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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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is the key to. downtown im deteriorate, the heArt'and soul of,the
t provementnot just the geranium community dete lorates." .
ess window box type of "beautification," Since the Kissimmee. project was .- ;
i ,j i i4d but a bold and imaginative approach completed in 1981, the once-blighted t
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.,.,",,.,,,,.,,,,, .-_-'''''_ ''' perty owners to get into the act by values have almost doubled, Herring
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-. p : ,";4"- dressing up their buildings said. Once there were 13 store vacan .
I I.J "' r!"'" That was the message' brought cies in' the downtown; and now there

,"" ..,"', I'.ab', y' I home by members of the Starke are only two, he said.
:: Downtown Progress Committee after Kissimmee spent $175,000 on. its, .

'" \If, conferring with community leaders ,downtown beautification 'project, ... ,
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..' ? rrf. districts to-. see dramatic results block target area in Eustis cost.
achieved in two Central Florida $145,000, Both towns employed professional -
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.", ",'; rr'fa Those who sparked downtown prodifferent methods to finance\ the. projects ;
*% in' both towns emphasized the ject. .. .:
necessity of having the support of city Kissimmee was fortunate to have
officials in all phases of an improvean old tax district already set up in .
ment program including changing the downtown area which could be used ,

a .' Y'r Y E, Mw4 4 I'A k I traffic patterns, providing adequate to finance the landscaping A bond .' l
C 4Gy parking areas, and beautification issue was floated to be repaid by j' .
work. downtown property owners. The '
"Without that support. you' cant| repayment added five mills to proper !
succeed," said Bob Herring, chair ty taxes in the downtown area, but i
man of Kissimmee's' Municipal that has been reduced to 2.5 mills as :
Developmenmt Board, who. presented values went up: i' / '
color slides showing dramatic change Eustis prorated the cost of. its ......
along the town's main street, from a beautification -work, 'with each property : I

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.. are wider than those in tlOlIloSt..ke.l the Kuslis project made ; \ .i ;
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  • uiin\vii. putting/ fiirh-higli' / barriers across the iii- ll lark a little time'for Ft/ drivers l nei'used to.the'blot; -ked; i hiter.ec-' JY, ..' .;,".'.I,'". ,. i S'::: :; ;'
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    ;t Cause of Phone Outage Still a MysteryIt's :;. tion.I pressed.. I am many things. and many people. I am'the::na .

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    ... still a mystery (Kip O'Steen. Hescue unit personnelhad Alachua County; and the Alachua i iSheriff's ;\! Thompson Streets in back of the Post am 230 million living soul$, and the ghost of millions i
    Continental Telephone still has to a normal night of three or four Office could relay that signal'to ,tOfficeuntil; the, phones worked again who have died for me.. *. *. '

    :',' pinpoint the trouble that knocked out5e1N1 calls, according to Paramedic Scott the Bradford jail, pointed' out Y.' .. I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood atXexirigtbn
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    phones in Lawtey and Taylor.
    :: Kingsley Lake for a 25-hour period Taylor.Several people had to contact the .t 2 Days Credit... and fired the hot heard around, the, ,world., ';I .am

    )last Wednesday.and Thursday rescue unit or county jail in person to The-Mystery..,? < tf The phone company is going to giver Washington ". :" ';'u,> .';- '?' .
    ijr Phone service went down intermit get rescue service. Once contact was .iStarke, Lawtey and Kingsley Lake Jefferson and rPatrick .i. >
    "We sure changed out a lot of equipment i r "
    tently starting about 10:: p.m. June made radio 7i '
    however, .2-way com Robert Powell exchange customers two days credit ,$
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    munications took of the situation &
    care services superintendent for Confj. >n their bills Powell said Wednesday Henry. I am i. '. .
    *"fc>.m. Service was restored to about 90 sheriff ; '> 'r' f, .,
    The hospital jail, police, tintental, based In Bonifay: ; morning: July 27. :;, \t', s "
    percent of the area about .about 4:30: and rescue services were not put out ''c" An insert will appear in 'July bills John Paul. I '
    : ,p.m. June 21. ,of communication by the phone A week later ,. Powell says, 'the 5 S notifying customers of the credit, and Jones, the 't 5 I ''
    outage. phone company Isn't 100 percent cer-. u the credit will show up in August bills, Green Moun i ,
    ',No Emergencies.., The hospital had one.direct line into tain, still hasn't pinpointed the problem -' Powell[ says. ; 'V 'T& '. kdt tain Boys and
    The inconvenience didn't turn into Waldo that worked. k '"ir1 '''r :
    an emergency, though there was People in outlying areas, such as' The fix came rby changing outffi '. ,1"" ', 'DayyCrockett
    some apprehension at Bradford Hampton.Graham, or Brooker, could equipment in the central officevin1"*' (See..PhoneslP.':! \ ;: I am /u, I
    Hospital, says Administrator C.E, ,phone the emergency number in Starke, on the corner of Jefferson and >. Lee and Grant

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    I :'; .Local Doctors Join to Create Bradford Medical ;;Society '. : coin I remember 4 I't .,,,' I

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    ;;; A Bradford County Medical Society to join with other county medical laws to promote friendly relations., Dr Sarnt Sarntinoranont Is ,Maine I'
    has' been established by local phys societies in the state to form the among doctors of medicine; to: secretarytreasurer.a/'\ : and ,' .
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    ,cians who united, and requested and Florida Medical Association extend enlighten and alert the public,and to" Other members include Dr' H.H. Pearl Harbor S S 'J" '. .. I
    received a charter from the Florida medical knowledge and to advance merit its respect and confidence i- Adams, Dr. John(dCienkt; Dr. Pete When freedom .'
    Medical Association. medical science, to elevate the stan- Dr. Carlos M. Hernandez was -'Gianas, Dr, HumbertQ Rebollo and called I answered and stayed until it was over, over there;:', '
    dards of medical education, to strive elected president of the local medical, "Dr. Kiert; Sundusadee .;Other physicians : :
    t ," Purpose of the society is to unite the I left heroic1"dead in Flanders Field?; on the rock of Core,
    x 'medical profession of Bradford Counfor, enactment, preservation and en- society at its first,meeting June 8. Dr., are expected", to join in the near my '
    :. JY Into one,compact. organization and forcement of just medical and public Pete G Felosl vice-pres\denrad.\ !future from neighboring counties. regidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea' and in the steaming. i !
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    I anrt the Brooklyn Bridge; thewheatlands of Kansas and t

    I 4 Fun' ? A the granite hills of ,Vermont' tram) the' coal;field of the'; \ ,

    ; 4 July Virginia and Pennsylvania, ) the fertile lands pt.theVest, :t!

    ," S. the Golden:, Gate and the Grand Canyon: 'I 'am' Independence -:-"; I!;
    }<' f/ a Hall, the Monitor; and the Merrimati.. CI '

    ,*1; Head Keystone Heights, Lake Butler: 'am'bigV I sprawl from Ihe'-Atlantic; to the Pacif\c'mY| :'i! ,l !

    'f Bradford residents will have to journey to an adjoining county to lake part arms reach to embrace Alaska :nd''Hawaii> ,.. 3 million 1 1 I'

    ''$ in Fourth of'July activities this year; no one seems to /have. anything planned '"! miles; throbbing.with industry I, am more than 2v,>million;, ,

    I to celebrate Independence Day in this county. farms. I am resMield, mountain,, and desert. I ani quiet J, ;
    *. However, the enthusiastic Bradford Fourth'er has three Very good opportunities .' ,; i ,,
    to celebrate nearby Keystone Heights in Clay County is planning its l 1kY villages; and:cities that never sleep'; *& ; 3$" j t;,? ;;f "

    ,.\ 15th'.Annual Our Country Day celebration the Lake Buller'' Veterans of'" !' A, .,.. :: You can look at' me and see.Ben'Ff anklin walking down;',j':?!| : ,

    ''Foreign Wars Celebration Post 10082, and and the Ladies Department Auxiliary of is State's planning Bureau their first of Florida'Fourth ,, '\' !.,' the streets of PhiladelphiaIwith. :hi? !)r 'adltaf(, Qder.'' h>s's;, : ;
    of July
    ">'. Folklife Program will present its annual Old-Fashioned American Music to:/' S arm You can see Betsy floss with her needle You earl!\ see ,{ &
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    Celebration\ .at (the Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Center In White Spr"Keystone's ;I! the ljght,, of Christmas* and tiea'the strains of Auld! Lang "w I ,
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    *'*,*festivities beginning.Our'Country Tuesday Day night is with"a a long-established street' dance and'celebration.lasting until.. dusk with \,\; 'I (am Babe.....Ruth .and'\ ;' they: World!( ;Series. :f.fam. oa.QOO, 4: ,

    fireworks and and :l.iXHl< ( churches ,irnyf people
    .ion the Fourth with a display v ., : schools colleges ) ? ?'
    Our Country Day features everything from a tennis tournament and 5K' ,Y) worship God as They; think besti J rim a.briU1)top in a :'

    L run, to interesting displays, to old-fashioned, fun,games 'and. new-fangled I) box the; roar of a crowd, lit JV stadium.1ind. ''voice of a"' fl 1

    "/y water The competitions.Lake'.Butler VFW (s set to go with its first' annual1 Fourth of July jnVcathedral} l-I am; an editorial in a'newspaper' and a ..'':ii i i ii

    ,'o\ Celebration which begins wittt a'buQ. tournament at 1 a.m.. Wednesday a V i tetter; to. a Congressman. ,, i'i' p
    > ,Lakeside Park in Lake Butler. I foster. I' n.d"om'EdiSOa1 #i, \
    I Eli Whitney and ;'
    J; Old-fashioned; fun game like'a baby crawl, watermelon eating contest/ Aw r 1l'r tA yt am Stephen
    street dance; and rack races are set to begin at 4 p.mJ\arullast until around to M ;t Albert Einstein and.Billy Graham. I am Ilorace, .: Greeley; ,'. : .
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    9-30: p.m when the piece de.resistance, the fireworks. display' will' light. ,up' wVfiiKj ,f Will Roger, ,and thei'Wright brqthersf.? I 'um; ,George "',!) r
    '(he sky over Lake Butler and Lakeside Park. t t t Carver Daniel Webster \ncJJonas Sac !
    Washington
    Beautiful music will be the order of the day at the Stephen Foster State'I %? wf U : ; '
    ,' Folk CUtlur Center In Whit Springs. "' '' > ., WMSSfo** 'j! I am llbngi'ellWi. l iflarrlet'B{. <5ccbef Sjo f ei;W'atf'WhHr+ -: a V \, y
    ,. ,I The'celebration begins at 9:30:: a.m. with the silvery'sounds of a curtlloll.IrC' /'' .. 'and ThomaS'PaineM' :' ;l r+t 'Y ": yi I'' ''t-. ;'e" t.t. 1'

    l{al. of popular America and Stephen Foster selections. Old-time game Blueberries Blooming.. I (.. YesKAmthenation hndlhes are'thelhing'thatIIun.:' fit ;
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    and cont* *will! get underway at 10 a.m. and continue until noon a ).
    ,,delieituavarletrofdown-borne: dinner*will be available. / ,, Vlsitlntf;u blueberry p tfl. ittvultfartf{ V ""l.V vno/|MVI 'llilivausyv+,'1 ':' )Yt1g, conceived in ,freedomAand God, wf HmgM" : f(e m:'1 S
    A wide variety musical I performances ranging from turn'-of-the-century:., 1 1ptpular.sons 8 (pcrknca'atJeuaJrchlhwCgrptmdfmidirrtangly/aangstd/stantyu4(, ll. { ':' will'1 speijtcl !1\ 't.ogt.9"B1\", : ito 1 'V J' w .r.flipl} i ';
    to hfuegrass to gospel will begin at 2 p.m..and last until 8 p.m.bi:, '; Iv Ull you. (V ; I ,
    ; Admission the SItphenfoster..Certer will be $2 for: adult? ,antt! $1 for|\ I Jean alongwltlrifersostsFdd4E'as4Datktzare'sPenhereItlYou'; | ; i F .. ''May V'posyesii a'lways't-W (lnte :nt..1he: : t'otnXNfe! ,Ti4tthee+, ;j''
    t" 4 children ages 6-t5 I'lck" /Ui-Auae'ii Bluclwrry lami fat south of ;Iarkdir1f$wy toil.{ 6 W ,I : Strength to '*' 'rPt lftlha.'WTkiir! gt'M !" \
    .ttetaifsonajf< J l Three'orthee'Fourih'or'July.Celebruti| n*,.tI ee. \,, 'For nwiTjC' anbluvhwRryu! Kep our f Y-srrf1nl, 11'' freedo ( \ : 'ti
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    Is iPairyPrincess of live oak trees In;' and "We are confident there is no nard and West Hew over this area in Don't panic...
    around Keystone Heights has been attribute disease" he added which was at first order to estimate the damage, Dr. Barnard cautions residents not
    \.i; to the hard freeze experienced feared by area residents and Clay Dr. Barnard took samples and examined to panic and to wait a month or so to I
    of\ ', here last winter, followed by the County Forester Bill Rutherford."We the crowns of the trees. One assess the tree's potential for :
    hot, dry month of May. definitely ruled out the dread. tree was cut down and examined at recovery before pruning or cutting' '
    '"'' "We iced it to that" says Dr. Ed- ed oak wilt," a specific fungus disease the site. Root samples were also the tree down.
    ward Barnard the local expert forest known In Texas and in some areas of taken and examined He suggests that those with tree '

    , .,.. pathologist in forest management for South Carolina said Dr. Barnard. damage watch for new growth in the !1
    Bradford beauty Michelle Stilwell the state Division of Forestry who has This disease has found in crown and along the major branches.
    ' of Brooker is the new Florida Dairy been researching and investigating Florida. Oak wilt colonizes the cells Why Keystone...? Then, after a month he suggests f
    Princess of the Dairy Farmers Inc. the numerous tree deaths in the lake of a tree, preventing water from flow "We're not sure yet why the pruning the trees back to the healthy ; ,
    (DFI). region that surfaced early this month. ing upward. Keystone Heights area was hit so green portion."Fertilization.
    The high honors 'graduate of the Trees were also found dead up aroundthe What led to the conclusion of freeze hard said Dr. Barnard. is optional but inmost 't
    Bradford High Class of 1984 was Orange Park area and Jackson- damage, Dr. Barnard stated, were "V e do know that the damage Is only cases unnecessary,." said Dr. "
    crowned June 14 in Clearwater ville area but not to the extent in the the telltale longitudinal fissures to one variety the sand live oak -a Barnard "and in some cases would
    Beach. Also active In student govern- Keystone area. (cracks) along the branches and variety of the live oak species," said be detrimental" '
    ment and a cheerleader at BUS Miss 'By and large the trees froze>to stems. Dr. Barnard. Dr. Banard says the Keystone area
    Stilwell 18, is the daughter of Mr. and death last winter," he said in a June The concern of a mysterious "Sand live oaks are common in the trees bear no evidence of nutritional
    Mrs. Lloyd Stilwell. They own and 22 telephone interview "and this is malady affecting hundreds of central peninsula of Florida and need and that spraying to eliminate
    operate Valley View Dairy at evidenced by the late manifestation of beautiful oak trees in the lake region, most of the live oaks in the Keystone disease would be unnecessary, as
    Brooker where replacement Heifers freeze damage." drew-a visit from Agriculture Com Heights area are of that particular there Is no disease affecting the trees.
    are raised. It is believed the reason the freeze missioner Doyle Conner, who along species," said Barnard. He cautioned that over-fertilization ,
    Miss Stilwell plans to attend damage showed up in such abundanceand with Dr. Barnard,his assistant S.P Barnard conjectured that the can cause the trees to develop root :I
    Florida State University this fall and when it did is because of the hot Gilly; Clay County Forester' Bill physical geography of the lake sprouts which if fertilized late in the ''r
    plans to major in political science. dry month of May, "They just croaked Rutherford and District Forester Don region its sandy rolling hills and season could create new and sue- :
    ," Dr Barnard said. West: other country officials and high ridge area might have been .culent growth making the tree more I
    As the Florida Dairy Princess Miss members of the press toured the conducive to so many trees being affected vulnerable to another freeze this t i
    Stilwell will participate in numerous No Disease Found... Keystone area June 11 by car. Bar in this area. winter. '
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    events Legislative dairy include farming Appreciation industry.Agricultural Day Such in ,x Speed .Lots Rezoned to, Allow Mobile Homes', ,\

    Tallahassee June Dairy Month promotions
    television am, 10 approve the two'requests..
    appearances
    state and county fairs and a variety of Michelle Stilwell Two 2V4-acre parcels on Speedville final approval Monday July 2.. ed Caverly's reclassification Kobiata's request at. That would better serve the public '
    Road (SE 43rd St.) off SR-100 (wo and brought up request, allowing the number of mobile
    milk Florida Princess than 'I)
    other promotion programs.Downtown. Dairy
    Land Deal. Brown pointed to a conspiracyby
    Sneaky ..? torney
    I miles east of Keystone Heights were homes to grown through such rezonIng "
    rezoned to permit mobile homes Attorney Terrence Brown, 'the same board developer members. Courtney if parcel by parcel, the attorney ''i
    Tuesday night June 26. representing Mrs. Sarah Wood who asking the they stated.
    (from page I A) Reclassifications from RSF (single owns 500 acres of land across Speed could not see the trend. Zoning board member Jim !h!
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    ,family residential) to RSF-MH1 ville Road from Caverly and Kobiata, Brown said Courtnay attemptedlast Womack made the motions to,.approve 1
    structures but left the decision to individual merce. (single family residential and mobile termed the two requests for mobile year to have the entire area both parcels. On the, first?request 1
    owners. Eustis has just completed its first homes) were approved at the request homes a backdoor effort by KH area reclassified for mobile homes. But Caverly's, Womack'', said., he ;
    "We found that by letting each merchant 4-block square beautification,, work of Guy Caverly and Michael Kobiata. developer Jack Courtnay who was Brown said opposition was so strong believed Caverly 'wanted the'mobile
    or landlord renovate his own and property owners have already Caverly told Bradford zoning board at the zoning board the request was withdrawn: home just for himself not to build a
    way would give the downtown a members he may sell his house suddenly meeting, to inject more mobile homes high density area. "It won't'be the j
    character of Its own and it workedout started to follow with improvements and in that case would place a into an area where he owns property. It was an administrative rezoning first time I've been wrong but I
    surprisingly well" said Patsy to their buildings said Al Rivett, executive mobile home on the property. Kobiata Caverly and Kobiata both said they request by the zoning board and the believe Mr. Caverly," said WomacK 1
    Heffner executive vice-president of director of the Eustis said he has purchased the land and a bought their property from Courtnay matter was dropped by the board '
    the Kissimmee Chamber of Corn- Chamber of Commerce. double-wide mobile home and plans to when attorney Brown questionedthem after legal problem developed said New ZB Member... 1
    make the Speedville Road site his.permanent Both said there Is no backdoor Zoning Director L.M. Gaines when A new zoning board'member, Mrs. j
    home. effort by Courtnay and Kobiata said questioned after the meeting. Mrs. Lit Griffis of SR-16 in Starke, sat 1
    Phones..... "rBIII page I \I Caverly's case was approved he'd approached Courtnay about buy Wood who does not live in the area, through her first meeting Tuesday I
    zoning board member Kick his southern of the state '
    Replogle ing parcel. was in the part night although she did not vote.
    opposing! because he considered Brown pointed out both single family and did not receive the notice of the Mrs. Griffis lives at the old Ralph. '1
    A Long Night... problem. Caverly case speculative zoningJnthat homes and mobile homes In the rezoning request until 10 days before Alvarez Place on SR-16 east.
    Sprouting a day-old "' appreciate the understanding of Caverly was uncertain whetheror mixed areas require half-an-acre of hearing, Gaines said; the The new 'appointment leaves' the
    beard Thursday afternoon. June 21, our customers" Norman said.! "We not he would place a mobile homeon land. If more and more parcels are law requres 15 days notice and the 7-member zoning board one member
    Starke telephone service supervisor have had excellent coooeration from his property.Kobiata rezoned RSF-MH, more and more zoning board backed off in the face of short. The six members are Mrs.
    .Glen (Shorty) Norman said he hadn't s request was unanimously mobile homes will appear, thus driving that legal technicality.Attorney Griffis, Robert Scott, Jim, Womack
    been home since 7 a.m. Wednesday. the people who lost service.. They approved. down the value of Mrs. Woods Brown told the zoning AI Richardson. Rick Replogle, and
    Norman and other Contintental were patient with us as we tried to Both classification 'requests willgo acreage, attorney Brown contended. board if it wants a high density area Morris Starling.
    employess worked through the night figure out what was causing the pro- before the county commission for After the zoning: : board had approv- with mobile homes on every half-

    last Wednesday trying to solve the blem."


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    materials that would otherwise be have already given generously, S Swing .
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    I, Jam. V, Crosby Jr., Mayor-Commissioner of th. City of Starke, Florida', by Crape; Myrtle Perfection
    virtue of th.Authority ested to m.by law do hereby call a First Primary Election sprayer
    UIJp, ., In 3 Gal Container
    ,M. ,to b. held at th. City Hall, In th. loresaid City of qualified voters on Tuesday. .
    September 11 l, 1984 A.D., for the purpose of electing the 'ollowlng'o"lc. : .
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    Ella Mae Chastaln .I Etna Schafer $$ SAVE, AND FUEL $$ gl1-
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    Mary LawsonALTERNATES .Elizabeth Walker WE COVER EVERYTHING Mow .s

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    A special meeting to close out the be false economy to reduce the eoatat+iL ,. '
    It I L98IWM. budget year Is set for 7 p.m.torsig' proposed cafetorium \I'I'the
    r ff II ht (Thursday, June 28) by the 120,000. > ,; } t
    f w r ? k+l Bradford school board. Other items expectedtocome d ip at.., .'j!
    Of primary importance is the tonight's school board meeting are- '.
    ere mount of carry-over funds so\ the r.
    board can determine if the proposed -A public hearing on the.contract : ':
    afetorium can be built at Brooker with the Job Service of Florida for .. "
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    cs 9 .'\ I Ir Elementary! The board budgeted.t50.000 space in the vo-tect center., % !
    [ for the project but the low bid Year-end budget amendments '
    (>f Triest Construction Co. of Keystone front various schools. I
    It Heights came in at $201,000. School -A recommendation from attorney "" ... I
    It t ward members have committed
    Terrence Brown about the board's w I I
    hemselves to build a new cafetoriumit liability to for damages to a car \
    pay
    a c .. ., V rM x' BE if funds sufficient
    a aq carry-over are which struck a school gate across a city .; (
    w r l w 'o" n : to make up the difference. street in Lawtey.A "

    .-.j t recommendation from attorney '. I
    j. Supt. Tom Casey has been in Tampa Brown on how to resolve conflicting I' ;
    this week in meetings with state statements in school board rules concerning '.. I
    I Department of Education officials at death benefits. I
    : which he Raid he will get an Idea of -A payroll l ,audit report will' bet j:! i igiven. t
    what to expect |In funding for the com .''t .I i iA l
    .1 ing fiscal year. nutrition education and training >. "

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    BMS 1 photo bV Mark,F I. tin I tonight (Thursday; June 28). dinator DeloreS Morgan. ,,"" i
    Summer:Band Members.. Architect Al Dompe told the school An agreement,for Lawtey Correctional r.
    These students Mill have u good head Mtart'uu their classumU-s when .Irff Foster (till) Starling Karen llwdgeH and Jimmy| ((uirtlf.In' I board at its June 18 meeting he had Institution to build portables I
    ,school begins again next Fall. 'the reir| from left to< right! :, Paul Colemun, Sean Powell.. BudaWoolard "discussed the matter with contractor for the' school board will be' con .:l
    From left to right on the front row:Therelill ItuKNelt, Steven Thornton. ', Derrick Long lt WlKhurtt; K"Kltl|? I t'rum, Mr. I'enmto; nU"I Y, Ernest Triest and felt certain the bid sidered. Details of the arrangement !,
    Holly Shields, Karen Black, Mickl Becker Kim I.ee. Celeste Carter. Anita l.yonllt.John!,Tyler, Roy McKlnney, Jared l {Vletcalf, Chad Whltaker und) would be good until tonight. have been worked out but as of,Tuesday -
    Moss, Angrla Davis Itence I lew tit. Noy/Srivigale.Alniec Ferguson, Scott Mark .Harado.. -- i I .It was determined by architect it was not known if the item could J :
    Duncan. Adrian Kuhn ZellowM Montgomery, Kristiun I'femiiger Craig Not pictured: UiiHly ..:bt rle. Kelly llatton. David Kloyile( '(' rft II' I Dompe and,contractor Triest Jt would be placed on the. agenda. i i
    .Williams. Jennifer Seller Inga Crum and Sheila Stewart, DanlelK, Shannon Tucker Sheila "I' khllm. Debby Browning.. ''Sharon'BiiNh : J
    I Jn the middle from left to right: John taper Greg Griffin, Belinda Clark. John '1"'n. Dwlght Allen Karen Schaeffer, {Charlotte Terry,.A<|.uJn .... _J _........ :a l
    Kathy Burton, Lori Starling Jeff Sellers. Mark Williams! Jusmi! Murin. Cubbedge. C trlstlne 'uhbt'CIJt'l Und Michael, Becker. ,

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    Land Use BrookerTonight's == mtroducang-- .
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    ,special meeting of the Brooker City property which is subdivided three or the present time, can pat a; .
    Council is scheduled to take up more times during a one year period. there are Itwo .
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    in the city land use plan It will not apply to inheritances or to 'available foe! sale In' :in order :
    Major item of consideration is the court-ordered divisions of property.If have drawn the attention :to 4 hours 'Owned & Operated : I
    second reading the proposed city developers. These are \
    ordinance to regulate sub-divisions in an approximately 40 sh Featuring Maxwell House, Folgers or Brim coffee.. !
    the property compiles with all requirements ready t .1'. '
    land south of the present \ I
    Brooker. Installed & serviced freocleaned !
    it is forseen the.council a Professional equipment
    division and another,, '
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    will final at the time of, i up" ::.sss)i :
    grant approval the same size on the \ ) every visit :;I.t I ,. ,I .: .
    .bad Citing two previous sub-divisions as application. However, Blinn intendedobjectives said if ;across from he Shady your tcbaooo, in order tost,aalr I Complete line of products -teas, soup, boichticoatel: etc.! :( ,( '. I
    examples, Councilman Gene the project does not meet the
    ment, according to .time N labor with ivngrt-1 .. I
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    Melvin told The Telegraph that it was preliminary approvalmay I "The areal is .. Ordertitf, Machine For PRE | Free delivery every 2 week.s. ; "'!.< ,.i( 1' "
    time for developers to"Foot the bill if be granted, with the final nod be- have a foundation,then ,send your addreeaaf. '' ,100% deductible .' ,, '., '," J
    they're going to put them in. Now ing given when the project comes into have problems," said : number: ,. Only pennies per<:up' < .> : '" I
    we're trying to take the burden off the compliance. _
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    ,"We're looking to the present, said
    Councilwoman Sue Davis, "Becausewe Apostolic For New Customers '
    The ordinance will cover therequlrements !, really need some guidelines to go United '
    .for paving' streets, 'oni" ,,N.E. lAd, St., Lowt.y,
    .sewage disposal, drainage.,; utilities 'Impetus for the ordinance appears _..Immmtl W. rM : Hampton Florida CALL TODAY FOR A FREE .
    I and lot size.; : to have come'when a developer ap Sunday HMrnlng ''Christian Church I i
    to City Attorney Roger Sunday Ivmlng I
    According( proached' the' 'council about sub-
    Thursday Worship Sunday School 10:00: A.M. I '
    if : fro. Mom* Blbl Sermon 11 "....M; I 3-DAY TRIAL, .

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    J.R. (Jim) Lawson HardwareUS 4 SPECIALS! 1

    Announces for Reflection .r"I

    ,<, To" School" ,Board.' i Th Week Only June 28 July 4.' 1984

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    7 I post. for re-election to his District 3, SUMMERTIME FUN !, Systemic Insect Control I Ii I

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    County. Lawson i la seeking a second, .. I '
    full term: Lawson was elected to the '.' I S ll ;Pricesystemic'action,. .
    ,. school board in 1978' for the unexpired 1888, / Reg. ; flowers' ornamentals, trees '
    term 'of Doc 'Holiiday,. and again'' in' I s ,1rotectsroses, ,

    .1980 for a fuU term of office.;With six R... Prlci '$ "Tf'1,8: : Hits thrip,'whitefly, gypsy moth '
    years of experience with the system,' .
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    tree Area Gets a Taste of What .LifeLike .

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    I tr vi ,; Was; hi Days Before Telephone ServiceDowntown
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    Citizens of Starke, Lawtey, and Kingsley r sometimes on especially interesting con
    Ii Lake got a fair sample last week when a versations.
    berserk computer put all three exchanges Mrs. Johns' dedication to her job and :j
    \! out of commission for incoming or outgoing loyalty to customers were shown time and .
    calls for almost 24 hours. The lapse in again over the years. An episode occurring \ I
    service doubtless inspired a greater ap in 1921 proves the point. A new telephone ,
    preciation of those who had to endure life office was constructed by the Bishops on 'l
    without the convenience of phones in the Walnut St.,where State Farm Insurance is '
    "good old days" before 1900. today. During the move from the old of-
    flee, then located upstairs in a building on '
    Starke got its first telephone service the southwest corner of Call and Walnut,it \I
    about the time it rejoiced over its first was necessary to hoist the switchboard '
    electric lights the late 1890s. The first tact, on a dolly rolled along the sidewalk r: ,I
    r I "service", if it could be called that,was an In order that no one would be without I!
    : ....-,' ..' amateur set-up of four lines devised by telephone service, even for a brief break '
    / 11 't ;
    .. ",,:.. lt'I 'Of.l' I'ij', Avery G. Powell for use by local doctors in Mrs. Johns walked down the street behinjthe .
    t ;,-.' "ifi! : ,.t/.'/,<' .... -,' J: "p'1 'Iti '1''.; .,' ',; ;. I.'" communicating with the Starke Drug Co. The Advocate reported that City Attorney dolly, plugging and ringing numbers '. i
    on Call Street A.V. Long "will prepare papers for for her customers while a co-worker walk- >
    In Eustis.... 'The Florida Advocate, an early Starke the franchise, and everything will be completed ed along side, carrying the cable. Imagine ,
    What can be done with a bit of landscaping and a small gazebo against an old brick wall Is weekly newspaper of that time, said in its in a few days. The telephone poles getting personalized service like that from '
    shown In this picture of an attractive nook In the newly beautified downtown district of Issue of July 13, 1899: "The phones give will be 40-feet in length and seven inches today's computers I ''j j
    Kustis. Compare this with some of the drab "nooks" along Call Street. across the top and will stand above, the
    perfect satisfaction, and connect the Mrs. Johns also recalls one humorous i
    residences of Doctors Stewart and Wills, trees. on Call Street. story on herself which occurred one day 1 i
    and Mrs. Morgan with the Starke Drug Apparently, Temple's franchise was when she urgently needed to locate her ,
    Starke 'Tourists' Given Good Advice Co.".It was not explained why "Mrs. never exercised,and it have been soldin boss, Mr. Bishop. She knew he was off '
    Morgan" was included in the hook-up. 1901 to M.G. Rowe mar Madison, who somewhere up a telephone pole repairing
    Two weeks later it was announced that started the first real telephone operation lines.She picked up the receiver on her old
    Cordiality and cooperation seems to street, from the drab, half-vacant strip telephone service had been expanded to here, with first phone installed for N.J. crank phone and gave him an extra hard
    be the hallmark of Chambers of Com- it was a few years ago into its present connect Dr. J.L. Gaskins, owner of the Jones, father of DeWitt C. Jones, in his ring.She waited a minute and tried again,
    merce in Central Florida, and a group lively shopping area with landscaped drug store, with his residents. The Advocate mercantile store on Call Street. even more vigorously. After Mr. Bishop '
    rom the Downtown Progress Committee medians'' and eye-catching store commented, "Telephones are get- The franchise changed hands several "recovered from the shock" he informedher
    of Starke received new ideas last facades. Herring's own business lies ting a start here now, and before long they times over the years until the companywas that the first crank gave him such a
    that he couldn't let i
    of the
    charge
    will be all over the city. in go pole, ( '
    purchased 1919 by H.A. Bishop.
    week from visits to Kissimmee and outside the downtown area, but he and the second time he was almost knocki I
    Mrs. Lois Johns who
    started to work for
    On
    Eustis. It was inspiring to see what has spearheaded the movement to improve August 10, 1899, The Advocate an- Bishop in 1926 and retired several ed to the ground. Needless to say, she ;
    nounced that the years
    City Council had
    been accomplished in the downtown Broadway, believing "if you let the 10-year franchise to D.L. Temple granteda to ago after half a century of service as switchboard never made that mistake again.. '

    districts of these two towns through per- downtown deteriorate the heart and operate a telephone exchange,provided he operator, recalls her first yearsas The modern dial system didn't arrive in i t
    sistent effort merchants soul of the community deteriorates." had it completed and in full operation operator when there were only 159 Starke until August 19S8, and with the '
    of property within six months. The Advocate customers with numbers in the phone book demise of the old hand crank phone, Mrs. t.
    :owners, with the cooperation their ci- The enthusiastic hosts in both towns that Mr. 'Temple represented reported C.L. ranging from 1 to 159. The old number of Johns missed the close personal contact 'j|

    ,ty governments... stressed the importance of having the Goodrun of Athens, Ga. "who is in the The Telegraph was 29. she had maintained with customers over l

    At both places, community leaders "support of city government," without telephone business on his own hook, and Frequently five or six customers were the years.A ring from a customer was like 4
    responsible for transforming their drab which no development project can suc- has put in a number of exchanges in Nor- on"party line"and it was necessary that a visit from a friend, some taking time to i
    thern inquire how she was feeling that |
    Florida and Georgia with success. Mrs. Johns memorize the right combina- day, or
    "inner-cities" into eye-appealing, ceed, they said. They found that both He informed the paper that in all probability tion of rings for each family. She would asking her to call their doctor or a friend, I
    income-producing areas, met with the cities ultimately benefitted because increased Starke, Lawtey. Lake Butler, and turn the crank on the switchboard phonefor giving the name instead of a number Imagine I
    Starke visitors at their chambers of property values in the Hampton would be connected by phone, one long ring, or one short ring, or a getting that kind of service (and \\
    commerce and shared valuable advice downtown areas resulted in increasedtax and that connection would also be made at combination of both, which would signal a sometimes any kind of service) from toj i

    gained through experience while revenues, and increased business Lake City for Savannah. particular party (a answer--and others on day's computers I '

    achieving their goals. resulted in increased development ,\ :.


    Bob Herring, chairman of Kissim- deteriorating"A town with inner a core dead hurts and Patrolman Questions Fairness of Grand Jury Report : ,,1.

    'mee's.Municipal Development Board, everyone, while one with a sound and ,'''N' ,I
    presented "before and after" color ,,,1
    vigorous heart benefits all is the
    Editor ; shown? What police officers were respon- If the Grand Jury found fault with of ,
    slides showing the dramatic ,;Telegraph: any
    change message brought home from Central sible for this? Why blast the whole Police the cases shown to them, then let's name \
    along! Broadway, the town's main Florida. This letter should actually be addressed Department the or responsible and not ,
    to the citizens of Starke, for it is ,to them person persons :
    that I am writing.An Another finding was that the police officers criticize the whole Police Department for ;
    were lacking in knowledge and something that only one or two persons are
    article has appeared featuring the education. How do they know this? Did responsible for
    findings of a Grand Jury here in Starke. they subpoena each individual officer in to
    Still Grand Report Chief Bowen Is making drastic changes,
    City 'Mulling' Jury
    These findings are supposed to be about
    check on his(taw enforcement credentials? and no doubt changes for the good, within
    the Starke Police Department. It seems
    Did they even ask Chief Bowen to producethe the Police Department. I ask only that the
    that the Grand Jury was empanelled to
    With tongue placed firmly in cheek not required to have a certificate in law enforcement educational citizens of Starke not judge the whole
    look into some alleged negligence on the background on his men? No, they did Police
    the Gainesville Sun, in its Tuesday basic police standards, they are, in effect part of the Police Department in reporting,, NOT I Grand Department Jury, but to keep by this an report mind from and the
    and/or investigating two or three certain open
    editorial column 'suggested that administrative" officers withoutthe
    give the Chief time to make any changes
    | perhaps the best way to settle the right to make arrests other than the, cases.. Apparently It went. beyond. this.. that be,'eels wUi better,the Police Depart-

    J Starke Police Department issue wouldbe traditional "citizen's arrest" which consists -' The jury was supfbsedly glued ALL the. LETTERS j I melt. ; 1 :1 3f1J' I.. 'ruatN':

    -for tbese-on eitb ride 01 4he..issue. of.boldingthe' .culprit until..a ,facts after opinion which, the they results were to of make which an have objective Starko t eeiitsPolee/ Department,:and

    to stand at opposite'ends of Call Street qualified police officer arrives. been published. But..I do not believe that Was the Grand Jury shown two or three it has a darn good one, regardless of what k

    and '. hurl epithets at each other. Hopefully day the State they were given all the facts. Some ques- certain cases, which admittedly were bad, the findings of the Grand Jury were. I
    some but not shown believe that the Grand
    very good cases so they Jury had only
    tions to mind after reading the arti
    made of words won'thurt come
    Epithets being Legislature will make the requirementsfor could make an objective comparison? Who limited knowledge of the facts. The police
    anybody as bullets or other harm- qualification in basic police stan- cle.What was guiding the Grand Jury? Who was officers working on the Police Departmentat
    ful substances would..and: epithets cer- dards to elected police chiefs as knowledge, if any, do the jurors showing them these "facts"? Were they this time are qualified to do. the job and
    tainly woul< \'t be as harmful to the apply possess of police procedures or practices? shown ALL the facts or just enough to they can prove i iIf it:
    peopie do for chiefs and
    they now appointive Do they know what the duties of a police officer justify someone's assumptions?
    of Starke as ignoring charges level- other members of the department here in Starke sometimes entail? changes are needed, then let's have
    ed by the Bradford County grand jury I'm not saying that all of the Grand Jury them. I'm sure Chief Bowen will make the
    Time was when the laws did not requirea They found"'according to their report, findings were wrong. What I am saying is needed changes to ensure that the citizensof
    last week of 'shoddy performance/ county judge to have a law degree, but that the investigative response was that although some of the findings do app Starke will have the very best in law en-
    'degeneration of morale', and that was finally changed, and so should "deplorable and woefully lacking In even ly, not all of the findings apply to everyone forcement, personnel. ',
    'deterioration of public respect and protection' the qualification requirements for an the basic requirements of proper police ... in the Police Department. This letter is in Sincerely, i
    techniques." Was this finding based on the defense of those who Sgt.Wayne Wilkinson j
    on the part of the police depart. men are trying to,
    elected chief of The qualifications -
    ment." police. two or three(certain cases they were capable of, and qualified to do a good job. PU.David Crum j
    could also be changed by amend- "

    After quoting at length from the Bradford ment to the City Charter,. subject to approval 'j

    County GraJury's critical by the voters in a referendum County Agent's Notebook -- Bobbyraylor; i i'I

    report, the'Sun comments: "There the In regard to the present situation

    matter rests, unless the Starke ,City Commissioner Charles Schaefer, who .

    Commission picks it up." serves as liaison between the chief of Vacation Ii Care for Plants Even if you can't find someone to per Plants kept indoors require special consideration r I

    The Commission delayed any con police and the City Commission, says Summertimels vacation time- for sonally look after your plants while you're Before leaving home, place j
    sideration of the Grand Jury inquiry at that Chief Bowen submitted a report to NOT PLANTS.While! getting ready people away, there's plenty you Can do prior to your house plants In a room which receives ,
    the Grand before its critical fin- for that, awaited departure to make sure you don t come indirect sunlight. Direct exposure to the
    its June 19 meeting because the report Jury long trip, it's easy to home to a limp landscape and house
    made setting forth forget about "your lawn, landscape, sickly sun will dry the soil too quickly.Of course: ,
    had not been made public until the day dings were public, plants. Outdoor container grown plants
    don't want to in room'
    put plants a
    you
    vegetable garden, and house A lit your
    before, and Commissioners had not had corrective measures that would be tle time spent preparing leafy plants.friendsfor should be placed in a shady area to con- that's too dark either. Too little light will
    time to study it:The next opportunity to taken to remedy deficiencies in your absence could save your you needless serve moisture. Under a tree, or on the almost always result in leaf drop. And,Just

    comment on the ''report will be at its discipline and supervision of the depart- worry and hours of extra work when you .A north thick side layer of a of building mulch are will good help locations. before you depart, be sure to water your

    meeting on July 3. ment. Such measures have already get back. This week I'll discuss some moisture for landscape plantings.conserve Mow house plants thoroughly. This Is especiallyvital
    said and things you can do to keep plants healthy because unlike lawngrass and land
    into Schaefer
    been effect lawn
    put your before leaving, cutting the
    In its editorial comment the Sun said: while you're away.A just scape ornamentals, house plants cannot
    officer is his "stan- grass a closer than usual. ,An
    carrying
    every now benefit from any rain that may fall whileyou're
    "Instead of that happening the com-
    vacation be relaxing and unkempt lawn can disease and
    dard operation procedures" as a guideto may rejuvenating encourage gone.Weatherization. '
    mission should seize the initiative and and out his for you and your family but it it's a telltale sign that no one's home.
    ask a blue-ribbon panel of Starke and writing reports carrying can be hazardous, or even deadly for your
    Bradford County residents to examinethe other duties asa patrolman. The State plants.: Unless you made adequate Do a thorough job of weeding..If weedsare Program ",
    grand the operationsof Attorney's office reports a marked improvement preparations before leaving, you could allowed to go to seed while,you're Still Active In Bradford CountyThe
    jury's report, in paperwork submitted by return to vegetative disaster.! away, you can expect to encounter much
    the department and recommend Suwannee River Economic Council, ..
    difficult
    more problems later in the
    the Police Department, in accordance One of the first things you might do ,
    it finds to be Inc. announces the Weatherization Program
    ways for'any problems before season, or even next year when the seeds
    with upgraded outlined by leaving: home is ask a neighbor to
    procedures Is still in Bradford County.
    And operating
    remember that
    cleared But the Sun "Mayor sprout. weeding'
    up. says in his to' the check your plants periodically while The and laborat
    Chief Bowen response eliminates program provides materials
    a major source of
    competition
    should take the lead and
    Crosby All need :
    some
    Jimmy plants care
    to make the
    no cost
    the
    recipient to
    Grand Jury report. you'reduring for your landscape plants' food and water, ,
    the commission to and an extended vacation, con ..
    ask
    appoint which may be short supply during your home a*, weatherproof as.funds.will per'mit.
    charge a review panel soon, even before One issue remaining to be addressedby tainer grown plants require special attention absence. ,
    the July meeting." the city is the Grand Jury's concern and different species have' different Priorities are given to the elderly and
    needs. So, be sure give friend
    "blueribbonpanel" about the problem of,discipline in, the specific instructions you for the care your of each Give lawn and landscape plants a heavy those with the lowest Income and/or whose.
    The suggestion of' a watering. house is in most need of,Weatherization.Proof
    to study the report and recom- Police Department: which Chief Bowen type. N' of income for the entire family and,

    mend remedies ,for' ,the >obvious problems acknowledged 'as "partially correct'In :,1'', proof of ownership must ,accompany the",
    his response he said, ."We, have experienced application. Tax receipt for the land
    might serve'some useful purposeif difficulties in this area which /'forestry Bradford County and/or trailer title or tag registration will
    Starke had chief of
    an 'appointed collective be accepted. Rental property may also be
    police. But the voters have signified in are the result of a poor ':it, ".. .._. considered, with written permission. of the
    between the City
    bargaining agreement : landlord/owner. ,
    three elections that '
    two or past they '
    prefer to elect' their, chief of police and the ,police union." If such' is the 'Are Vulnerable One1 of the,most common ways trees get Weatnerizatlon." ,repair or, replace\ ,
    .
    ''should be' injured is by windows, doors, broken ,
    case the new contract To Conditions pouring concrete or asphalt panes
    thereby limiting he.City.Commission'sauthority negotiated to eliminate the barriers that Adverse near the tree, or by leveling the ground seal and/or caulk cracks patch hoes in,
    in matters' concerning' a effective disciplining It's not difficult to figure'where peopleget around the tree and in the process adding floors, ceilings..),exterior: wails or patch
    chief's actions or inactions. Under the allegedly prevented the Idea that trees are strong.hardy too much dirt over the roots. This disturbs and/or kool seal roofs to keep the.cold, air
    present charter chief!police can on- pf.police officers in?the,past objects, because they seem to withstand the roots'''"breathing" and water intake out of your home. >,' i ,
    be fpr In ,submitting its report the GrandJut' everything from' tunnels for roads; tolovers' ability and can result in the decline and Weatherization cannot repair or replace
    ly ,suspended( 29 days on chargesof '
    possible death of the tree. steps,porches or ...., .
    end of its initials, carved in the bark. But screens .'" 'o "'v' ""
    to the
    malfeasance 'misfe Such said that prior
    >, sance. ) trees have their vulnerable points. Nature knows exactly how much'soli a If you would benefit from this programand
    charges were not made'.by1, .the Grand term in November'1984 it would reviewthe While it's true the giant, redwoods;of tree 'needs over,its roots. You shouldn'tadd think you might qualify come by our i
    Jury,as result. of its Inquiry.There / results of.any improvements,made, California have survived a'lot of punish more than six Inches over ihat which Outreach Center at 136 North Temple Ave.
    '. to the Starke Police Department in conformity ment and there are probably',trees still ,'mother nature knows is best If you do,you in Starke and flU out an application! ,or,call
    i with its findings The ultimate' standing with :"Ole Dan Boone'a Initials in may be sentencing to death the tree you'd 904-6096. ,
    rare other'unique conditions them, trees are not Indestructable. So sensitive counted on for.shade and beauty,la ;your NEW INCOME OUIOSUNS :
    concerning an,elected 'chief that the, (control that' the City Commission does in fact that they're often damaged! S_,of family Unit 'AilowtlouerioidInc./: ) ,
    have the Police,Department is fun- A tree", planted ina Urge .\: :. :, .. .. ',$6.2:>>
    voters might dq well to consider if the over even killed .-' for being innocent young dry well .1..0\1. \> \ ,., ".. I,!".;.. ..
    ; .r
    over' ;can adapt:to living in',that environment' (;. ,",,,.'.. .," ;
    its totaling
    While ding budget currently ,bystanders construction sites.- ; ., "' '' ''\.e:
    issue ever'goes to a;vote again. annually The near obivlous to and will usually grow to maturity.But construction : ':I. .., :... .: .,. ;,.,':;;J:'. ...10.575 '":
    Florida law r quke:<<* all police officersto $350,000't around most ways is damage of a dry welt around a mature ':4,),1 .," "'. "" '..,:.''\I.'''12SO" ""
    sites to '
    have .366'! 'OC"tra1 ingin'basic' As the Grand.Jury.'said, '''This com their roots construction and their trunks with tree may not always protect its especially t.,b. .. .,. ..'c.:.'::',''. :; '(I,,;'.14.900 t.a. t.
    police standards' no suchjrequirement} munity cannot afford the: luxury"'of a" heavy'equipment,crape. ; if. the well is too,,small. '. .I., .. ....r, ,.AA" 4',4.i'itvt7d00: ,/
    demanded of.elected chlefcof police.' paid law enforcement agency andagen- There are other more'subtle" c M"ways la' For more information abouthostl'youcaq .,. "),s/ .. '.. ....tJ.m'} f, ?F .vI k., (f 19.ir2
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    the
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    earn of age -=with nd cap and age without'being informed-, several sometimeoccurs! .4 r flee, and ask for a brochure. on tree protec-n' :: Member*, _dd ".17J! for.each wWMtowT&F. ,
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    Mt.-:".and Mrs. 'Emll l Raymond Miss Alescia Odom, Mi's Linda Carlisle pearls.. r :
    Schiavone of Gainesville, and John Mrs. Judy Sykes,and Miss Jeanie A reception was held in the Hilton ;
    Daniel Odom, III, son of Mr. and Mr. Jurrlson. They were attired alike in Hotel in Gainesville where the guests
    J.D) Odqm of Starke, were united in ankle-length salmon colored off-the- were received by the bride and
    marrlagi Saturday June 9, at |(7:30 shoulder gowns with alecon lace over- groom their parents and 'maid of
    p.m:: in Holy Faith Catholic Church, dress. They carried cascade bouquetsof honor. Mrs. Larry Johnson find Mrs,
    ,' Gainesville, with Father Fla nan woeurnabby roses, alstronmeria Philip Odom kept the bride's book aa :
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    Walsh performing the nuptiala'.l j lilies and dendrobrum orchids. Guests walked into the ballroom 9 at ? A, I
    Highlighting the were fou*tall Little Jolie Todd served as flower between two pools of waterlilies with" t We've
    brass urns with sunburstarrange1n !I girl and carried a brass basket. with floating lighted cherubs. t IlIS A i111' s ? aft
    nts of white gladiolus and mixed pastel petals uraniceratestss.
    fugi mums. The family pews were Given in marriage by her father, The bride's table was covered witha
    marked ,by white satin ribbons with the bride wore a lace gown with high white lace cloth and centered with a
    Flusters bf white flowers. sheer neckline renaissance sleeves three-tiered wedding ,, cake
    J.D.'Odom, Jr. attended' his sdn as and body accented with lace appli Decorating the cloth were sprays of i .drivers.|f
    best men' Ushers ,Were Charles ques and encrusted with seed pearls white roses. The groom's cake table ri
    Odom, Bill Enneking, Ralph Peters. and sequins with.* cathedral train. was covered with a white linen cloth We believe feature
    Stan Sykes, Ronnie'' Newman, I and Her crown encrusted with pearls and centered with a chocolate cake. ry drivers deserve lower
    Carmine, Schiavone. Ryker Peters secured her floor-length veil. She car Following wedding trip to Hawaii rates on auto insur
    was ring-bearer. ried a Lady Di cascade bouquet of San Francisco and Mexico,the couple
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    .',. Miss Emtlee Schiavone served as tendrodium orchids, white roses, will beathomeat2259N14thAvet, ance. A
    .' maid of onor. Attendants were }$rs. stephanotis, and lily-of-the-valley Gainesville, after July 4. Hartford. be.
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    ... :.., .. 1 to prove it. So
    Church of God was the'setting and train of the gown was edged with white sheer net over pink linen.Small The Hartford; wants to
    for the marriage of Joy E. Starling lace. Her cap, trimmed with lace and white wedding bells and pink ribbon reward safeti mature
    : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo seed pearls, secured her waist length streamers were attached to each end : drivers with special
    4< R: .Starling of Lawtey, to Jack D. veil. She carried a long cascade of of the tables and at the middle. 'r h ti auto insurance
    Schiller,Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs.Jack white roses,miniature pink and white Lois Wilkerson and Pat Wilkinson discounts 'i'I
    'D. Schiller, Sr. of Starke, on Friday, carnations, pink mums and >baby'sbreath assisted In serving.Amy Starling,the you're 50 or I
    .1. May 25, Rev. Alton B. with white ribbon streamers.A bride's sister, served the wedding 411E over and have good
    '"' Coleman performing the nuptials) reception was held In the church cake and Gene Passwater presided at : driving record, don't
    The font of the ''church v...as'B" reception hall which was decorated the bride's book table. Madge make dec
    with pink and white streamers and Akridge assisted and directed. the a Ion on I
    'wedding. auto insurance without
    large wedding bells.
    Fern and pink mums were placed Following a wedding .trip to Gatlin- a quote fjroin us.
    .i x around the wedding cake and punch burg, Tenn., the couple is residing in
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    decorated with palms and ferns witha
    background of a 15-branch wooden ''
    candelabra covered with green 'ivy. I I ( ?
    There were small candles in each ,
    window of the church with ferns,and
    pink mums decorating each one., \
    Lydia Starling,pianist and Deborah :
    Passwater soloist, presented a'pro"gt'anf'ot"lu'Ptldl I I
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    the bride was an usher. '
    Mrs. Helen Fulgham served; her Buy A Classified I '
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    floor length pink gown with a bussel '
    back and the bodice was trimmedwith in Sffarke' '
    white lace. She carried a lily
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    Get Free in Keystone,
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    To Wed I I June 29 '. : : ,

    The wedding of Janett Easley;and .'
    Victor Heidelberg will take place Fri j ?. '. 1
    day, June S3, at 7 p.m: in New Hope 1'1' : ; j' \ I,
    ; Baptist Church on old Lawtey Road,; What .better 'way is there to, : ,P ,': I % I!
    with a reception, following at t the., 1 "l I .
    Woman's All friends Club.and relatives!I.are' invited, .<, ;:.., : our long 4th ',;rof Jul't' fi"l "t't'..: :', : =' i ,

    I_ to attend.; I I IVlck ", GET 1 CLASSIFIED "' weekend,, than a Garage, '"SalerlIV : !* HI ,;' : :.;..J\;'I., ,. i "' .

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    The approaching marriage of J I --; I I If
    Vickie Norman and Brian McCulloch) t q d. '.'. 8l5 werisJust I
    will take place Saturday, June 30.at ., f;t5R9.,.; -: Jj\f! ,, ,Vi l-: :. : ..',v up J I

    7:30 Starke P.Mfl.,,!i "i,at"i' -f/First" ." Baptist. '\ /.Church,"Invlted, of GET. 1.CLASSIftED'' ; t\it ,)6: "let Rid Of It Now! i .1 CaN, ,.,964-13051 J

    ,<. to All attend friends"" '"and' reladves, are' 'r( "'- ,V.. .' -, FREE ;"') : ,, :t. "" "." 'A VERTISEYOUR < I'< ',, *:f f.:: '?t:,&: :" UIl.V'I"I !

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    Birthday Luncheon Honors



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    Mrs Mona Canova Mrs. Leola 'In hw/om'l-i. ,
    Christy and Mrs. Ruby Hayes whose 4 ot Woman of the Year
    birthdays were in June were honored
    Wednesday June 20, with a "Dutch life' with Mona hot had many ,
    Treat" luncheon at the Western Steer Interesting en/oyab'e/ e"..'..". ,
    Steak House with Mrs. Leila Mundy,
    Mrs. Eunice Searing Mrs. Dolly Certainly' there It na music teacher .
    Spiers and Mrs. Muriel Norman as than that which we hear
    hostesses. When Mona sits of the organ.
    About 25 friends and First Baptist or ot the piano. Y
    Church Sunday school members attended j Mona I is the greatettC tc l .0 's
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    the luncheon. In my classroom "Music with Mo_
    The tables were decorated with fern was the happiest time of 'the day.

    and daylilies. The centerpiece on the
    head table was a beautiful birthday One summer Mono and I went to a Music
    cake. Seminar at the School cf Music at f.S.U. )
    Mrs. Clara Mae Knight told special We hod Rebecca Rodenburg's "Cucumber
    anecdotes and stories of Mrs. Hayeslife. Punch", Mary Reeder's "Cropefloot" and
    Mrs. Mona Canova read poem glorious' musical' time. -
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    about Mrs. Christy. Mrs. Muriel Nor .
    man read happenings about Mrs. We went to Miami' for a OKT Convention;
    Canova. Other friends added Interesting A thunderstorm come the efectrlcty was
    things about the lives of the knocked out; and we climbed" down the tr
    three. stairs' for 14 floors In high heels and 'long 1e "Tel Yvu ,
    Each honoree was given a gift. Mrs. evening gowns to a banquet by y S' J
    Canova the T.E.L. Sunday School candlelight.Mono' 1Grandparents !8y, R
    class teacher,was given a Thompson
    chain bible by the hostesses and Sun- goes everywhere to play' accompaniment n y

    day school class members.Mrs. for students and friends. by the dozen.......
    Canova who was born in Lake She returned to school' to substitute for
    Butler June 23, 1904. moved to Starke the Music teacher when he was sick. Grandparents of little'Uyan David Carter are (first row, l-r) Mae hitch/ S"'IHd row ,(\I-rl Jimmy Kitch Marks Hitch Ben Rowland, Clyde Hall,

    early in life where she finished school Jessie Hitch Tlney Rowland, Laura Hall. (with Ryan In lap), Mrs KUNM-U Russell Carter. William .Carter., > ,
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    Blanche 4 Mono traveled' ,to theEfderhostefs ? ,.K ,
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    and college in Tallahassee; she Carter; Kay Carter. .. ,
    taught at FSU Starke Elementaryand on the but no I.... f1r''
    Bradford High School. She mar- Mono spent wonderful' weeks with Blanche "' "

    ried they Levy have Canova three sons Oct.,21 Levy, 1954 and Jr., following the hip' surgery. Carter Baby Has.: 12 Grandparents ., : '::. v. f'I

    George and David. Mono 'led the eautlflcotlon Committee ,..
    Muriel Norman composed the and'prison' workers while they cleaned Twelve grandparents and great His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, all of Starke. Out-of-town guests were Mr,.' and Y
    following anecdote on Mrs. Canova'slife and planted' to beautify Storfce. grandparents were among those help ''Jimmy M. Ritch of Theressa and Mr. The party was held in the late afterMrs.. Joe Lee Jennifeer and Sarah of a
    which was read at the luncheon: ing little Ryan David Carter celebrate and Mrs. William Carter of Starke. noon in the yard where the refreshPalatka, Mr. and Mrs. Norman 1 \F
    Mono ,It different, she I* ip.c/ol.' Mono played for the many performancesof his first birthday on Saturday June' Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs: ment table and decorations carried Traylor Stephanie Monica and Und-
    Unique In a thousand way the ploys' and musicals' 'In Starke. 23, at a party given by his parents,,' Clyde Hall of Theressa Mr. and Mrs. out the Care Bear theme. The birthsey Traylor of Lawtey, and Benny
    She ,It giving' ./>. li 'loving' Mr. and Mrs. David A. Carter- in Marks Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. Russell day cake also was topped with a Care and Lisa Carter of Starke also attend.
    And w.'ll love her always I could' go on afternoon/ and you could' Starke. i Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bear. ed.
    odd much more.

    I found a poem that fits Mona to a "I". But time runs very fast now Cindy Tetstone '," ...

    Take II toy a cup: of /klndn' ... Mono has the gift of understanding. Shower Honoree .,; A.:<, '.. t a:. r .
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    Mix It well with lav*. She makes us : ,
    Add a 'lot ot potlonco To share the secret heartaches Miss Cindy Tetstone whose mark. "'.(""" .- ,Ii{t'.1:' Ia I -.-
    And faith In God obov When we need some sympathy rlage to Buzz Alvarez will be an event!! ''ro. I.''i
    Sprinkle nrouify Or o friendly hand to touch of June 29, was honored at a \ ''V. ; ) ';
    very ; .
    with joy and thank and choor An ear that "listens tenderly shower Thursday night, June 21. attt;, ..' .... (''.\'''"' I',,, '' .'c.
    And you'll have lot' of Mona love And speaks words that mean so much. 7:30: p.m. given by Mrs. Kenneth\\'., "\,'1\ ,. ', ,I,".".. '"i"'t., ,
    Tetstone Mrs. Sammy Alvarez Mrs. i "',f I, .;!: I.
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    through year. .. '
    X'v -., Mono gives/ more Bobby Edwards, Mrs. Tommy Edwards -;" :', .. ,. : :: ,:tr -.
    frets lest, "' '" '. ,11"., ":'
    Mona hot boon a friend (ought more Mrs. Henry Sweat and Mrs. "
    for many years does more unselfishly, Keith Tetstone at the home of the latter .- .I',. ""t. '>, .
    But !I.". don count ... "lives more abundantly on N. Epperson Street. /'.\J;: :'!':,
    hot more to spare One game was played and the prize :: /vrt" .)
    Friendship It a prlc/." gIlt loves more was won by Ms. Donna Carter. "\', Y'
    that cannot be bought or sold' ., finds that fife Is better The refreshment table was covered
    But Its value li far greater and friends are kinder, with a baby blue cloth and centered Our 50th
    Than a mountain of gold. with a basket of blue silk flowers Anniversary Rates \
    Mono ,It a friend' In the schooIn /. For we know what we give away balanced, by crystal candle holders'with
    the church. In the communIty. Enriches us day by day. blue candles. Finger foods and
    In the Woman's Club' punch were served. ,
    In the Retired Teacher's. People' need people' Among the guests was the Are Worth
    In the Delta' Kappa Gamma Society Friends' need friends honoree's mother, Mrs. Mildred Celebrating A

    In the Community Beoullflcatlon Committee And. We need love. ", Tetstone and out-of-town guests Mrs.;""".. .i iIn
    Louis Wainwright and Mrs: Herbert'Hildreth ,
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    The fellowship hall of the Starke with red linen cloths centered with With t; od" as his theme. :. '- % "

    Church of God was the setting for a airplanes greenery, red, white and ..; ;
    banquet honoring their graduatesfrom blue pom-poms and white burning A highlight of the evening was the"reading 11.00
    high school Saturday June 23 tapers air balloon place cards mark of their last will and testa-
    with the theme "Up, Up and Away". ed the seating arrangement. The' ment by Farelon McClellan and Mrs. Month
    The hall was gayly decorated in the walkway outside resembled the en- Ida Sue Schmitt and bible presenta- ,
    colors of red, white and blue. trance to boarding an airplane with tions by Ralph Martin (o the' Simple, Interest :
    The wall behind the head table was flight attendant Miss Tammy Henley graduates: Vicki Thomas,. David 0,
    covered with blue and accented with a passing out airline tickets (the program Cooper Barry Carlton and Daniel I" I, '. I' .
    Martin. Pastor of the church; Rev. r 'j .', ..
    huge airplane model placed on either ) as the guests arrived.
    side were red, white and blue hot air Mrs. Diane Hughes sang the theme Walter Montz gave the benediction. ." : ., ,.,' :: ,. 11 842 011 35" !": i''
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    balloons carrying pictures of the song, "Up Up and Away' as Miss ( 1, ';, : ,,1,:::,,;
    seniors. Red white and blue hot air Marsie:Brantley passed out helium Servers for the evening were Mr. l 1 Year Simple Interest ",' v'" I
    balloons airplanes, and streamerswere balloons and red roses to the seniors. and Mrs. Kenny Scarbro Mr and 'l. .; Compounded Quarterly ,
    hung throughout the room Mr! and Mrs. Willard Crawford Mrs. David Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. EJfecllvt Annual Yield "; .

    Featured in the center of the room delighted the guests by singing to the Royce Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. Randy .. .. '. -/01 f,', ," .
    was a parachute filled with red white. seniors. Rev. Randy Morris from Jo ncr, Mrs. Alberta Johnson, Bob .". }. ". -.
    and blue balloons. Jacksonville was:the guest speakerfor Adkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murray :.. x '. '" j
    The U-shaped tables'were covered? the occasion using Soaring High I. 12" 129" 11 45" "/ .. :'. 't .,
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    Items of Interes't.. Vickie Thomas :, Effective Annual Yield "aiv: :; k RgsE'T ,.

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    Dixie Hold Honored at Party : { "",
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    Family Gathering Cookout and Swim Party Vickie Thomas was honored at a :" 12 : i ."." .
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    80th BirthdayThe Mr. and Mrs: John A. Reddish gavea Woman's Club given by her parents, k. :"
    hamburger fry and swim party for Mr. and Mrs Doyle Thomas .2 Year ,;,
    home of Mr and Mrs. George the Dixie Boys Rangers team Sunday The club house was decorated with t. 'I'.flectiveAninlatYield. : .\ .. .. y, : f'
    Alderman Canova on Kingsley Lake afternoon at .thelr' home on Morgan 200 helium balloons and streamers in
    was the gathering place for Aldermanand The the school colors with a giant replicaof ',; ,: '
    Canova relatives'on Saturday, 10 boys attending had grilled a graduation cap. ')y f.S ? t\
    June 23. The occasion was In celebration hamburgers and swam in the pool 'Entertainment was provided by 4 'r 12 ::
    of the 80th birthday of Mr. between the hours of 3 and 7:30 p.m. -Jose Sponte of A. & M.' Enterprises., '3320i);; fr. ,
    Canova's mother Mona Alderman 'Assisting in serving were Mr., and D.J. of Jacksonville.Fred + ';a''; 'jEifertivdAnnti 'J \ 3
    Yeat .
    Canova. Mrs. Marvin Brown, Mrs. Bill "'s [b

    Hosting the party with Mr.and Mrs. and Heavner Coach, Mrs.Jerry Wilson.Robert Whitehead, : : Yield'' ; ''I' ',/: I., .i: 't
    Canova were Mrs. Huston MacClane, .
    Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips and George ...--,--- "' "'':'
    Canova Jr. 20 Yrt. Down : ': ." .".',.... ;:':.\, '
    Mrs. Linda Paterson King of Spar % .
    A lifetime to Go 1 --
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    A covered dish luncheon'completewith tanburg, S.C., daughter .of Mr and ;; :
    three-tiered birthday cake and Mrs. R.G. Paterson'' of Starke 1[ These are our' 4-H>".- 12'. : 5500 ...12.00'U: \ S4"
    homemade ice cream was served on graduated May 20 with'''a dual'degree "Good Tlme!$" ; Intti-est .( ,11',''.010., .f "
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    the lawn. Sixty-five family members in early childhood and elementary JulyS.. IM4JulyS Love you, i'"s 4 Year Quartvrly \' ", ; :'
    attended the affair. Out-of-town education with honors from' Converse" lt.. Sylvia !' "': dive '\nh al Vield .: ; ,. ; \
    relatives traveled from Gainesville .
    College Spartanburg. .. "
    Fort Walton Beach, Jacksonville {Mt' 'S ,
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    Macelenny, Seminole ,and -(J.";...,.... % h ,, i>'iI !,

    .Tallahassee and Chapel Hill Fla., N.C.; Fort Denning Ga. Nellie's World of Hair Fashions .;.'., \: .. 11' ,819 12.30"": t I

    Assisting in serving and caring for } I
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    Canova. Brian and Jason Canova : :Cumpoundeil. Quarterly
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    Mrs. Levy Canova. Jr. and Mrs. 820 Connie $t. (1 block' Northeast of RJE school) .: a;J, fedivl( Annual YIdJ' -

    Stuart Vandivlere.Am. .

    Announcing the Newest Curl "Etasta Quadra"

    Legion Auxiliary You.haven't had a curf unfMyouVe( had an Elastal' to to1'', KW."Hin\fnun\/ \ Deposit r ,. l:: ;' ; !?) : : 'ut notice' 'i.';j!

    Holding Membership Drive : .;;' :jl llyimurjfdiijr( q[JlOMOtf.( ) { f ? uA ligtialpehaltiriforgart'Gs: /hJril\ri1l. _' '
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    .Schaffer at ,City Hall. Bring : J. ...\ ;'-''. .'. i.. ....41 .-' \' .j*. ':'<.; : i'f f,:.. ...'4, ,"''.<.":.fl'.i'! ; '/ 'fni'. '. .n P Olfu"; t ;I era iri jdlY ofQces.. ., ire': ,.r.f9f1dI', ,a: rtoh: }.t'Il'. :y f,
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    # Former Bradford County Propr.:ty 1077. lie was also employed by the director of the Division of Ad Valorem relationship as well as a petyanal I
    I'' yJr"t Appraiser Gene Long and his wife, Department of Corrections In the late Tax, Richard Dunmire .of relationship over a perils ao more.
    Y'I' Marian were honored at a retirement 1940's. Tallahassee. Dunmire stated that than- 20 years, >

    dinner Meld in Long's behalf at Lake Long, in. accepting the honors though Long "was one that we would PropertyAppraisers.; ) associated' rl

    + City, Tuesday, June 19. stated "every one of you present holi.a rather not see retire, we" are. not sad, with Long over the year and attending

    f More than 60 former employees,' special spot in my/ hear" He singl- but are glad for Gene. included Wilford* Croft of Unto, "
    <. y, friends, appraisers and ,coworkers ed out Mrs. Valaria Shuford of Also present was At| Leath of Lake County, Lawrence "Mickey" Murrayof
    1AI property gathered from around the:* Lawtey for her dedication and good Bedford, one of the two original Clay County; Josie Davis, of Baker '
    state to recognize Long's contribu-; work as his long-time,,secretary during employees of the DQ1\'s Assessment County. Tbeo Kirby of Columbia
    and 23 years of his county service. Standards Division from the early County Ray Harrison of Gilchrist
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    of _
    .tions through 38 state ; '
    years ; .Other former ln. 1950's until his retirement' in 1975.
    employees present County, Hal Chewning of Dixie County ,;
    service. *
    county ", eluded AI Coston, Lee.Hardenbrook.and Leath stated that Long was responsible Ed Qrapo of Alachua County, J. '1.,
    Long was presented a plaque by' Sissy Outler. -i > for helping secure that job;\ and Sealey of, Glades County,' and Sam
    Jack Hudson, supervisor of the North From his years of employment With( added.. "he remain a friend until this Colding Collier County.!! "
    Central East Region of the Department the DOC, R. P. McLendcn of Starke day
    yx friends included Al Long andi wife,Marian, plan to
    of Revenue, to honor service remembered Long as one "too Other long-time open
    which included 24 as tax' tenderhearted. to witness''' an execution. Clarke (retired) and Ray Vaught an antique years representatives of Photography} Building on Call Steet in ,
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    personal property ,
    : '; ; ,. assessor, then as property '
    .j : ; ,'., of Bradford County Long has'been. 'Many of those attending were co- .Florida Gas, Florida Hydrocarbons, Starke; a long-time wish now made
    'I/t', t:' ,. J. employed by the DOR as an appraiser ', ,wqrkers from Long's last years of ser- and Continental Resources of Winter possible> wth his retirement. from*

    '. \ ",} in auditing county performance since '"JT'ce with ,the DOR,' including the Park, wino,'enjoyed'. a. professional" state. serving. ,
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    plaque Honors 38 Years... -.'. '. ., ..., [,. .'. '' }; .
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    Former Bradford County properly Appraiser Gene Long receives a plaque : : ., It. ::!i., j<. SecurfJ. ,
    from Jack Hudson supervisor of the North Central East Region of the "
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    Department of Revenue in honor of :SH of dedicated service. Mrs. James Otto of Seminole and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish spent 'family'reunion''was:
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    Marian, is at left. yearn ,1.o..g'lI.wire. Mrs.Stuart Vandi vlere of Chapet Hill, 'the weekend with Mr.and Mrs: Glen at Stephen Foster person who wishes to appeal*
    The to N.C. were weekend guests of Mrs.: Reddish In Pensacola. Memorial at White Springs with 83 decision ort a Social Security or'supplemental
    ling's plan operate an antique store on East Call Street In Slarke. '
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    decendants of the SSI)
    L.A. Canova. J.G Jackson. family ; security income (
    Mrs.. Mary Manning of Johnson City attending. ', claim'should make certain 'that the
    Mr.. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin return- Tenn. and Mrs. Ethel Clark of request i$ submitted within the
    ed'' Sunday from a 10-day' trip to Elizabethton, Tenn. spent last Saturdalv Rena Akers, U. of Los Angeles, specific Utae. A.:Glenn Moore; Social
    of :. England, Scotland: and Wales to Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Calif. U spending.thi*month with her Security{district '''manager'InGainesvill4
    interest "' .
    Items in Williams at Kingsley Lake. grandparents, ',| r, and lure:!. JD. said recently.' <
    Alescia Odom of Port Richey.:is warren "U a request for a review IS riot sub
    spending the summer with her grand- Mrs. Frank Mitchell visited her '''mitted before the end of the time

    .Sfarkeites Attend World's Fair June 16-19 parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown ,mother, Mrs. Nell Rogers, .Thomp Mr. and Mrs.,J.T. Carver attended limit, the person may lose his or her ,
    and her half-brother, Kerry DeWitt of son, Ga. last week. the wedding Saturday afternoon for right to that/ review and may not be "
    Among those from Starke attendingthe spreading out 'the red carpet for Port Richey Is here with the family Tonnette Perez and Stephen Barrett,, eligible fort the next step in the review '

    Greyhound Bus Tour to the them as they emerged from the bus. for: two weeks. !Mrs Cindy Starke and son of at Cecil Field Chapel in Jacksonvilleand .processMoore said ,

    World's Fair in New Orleans, La. Besides touring the World Fair Dallas,Texas, MrS. Jimmy Walker of also attended, the.."bQ (:atIeer" f
    June 16-19 were Mrs. Jerry Hooten, grounds, some of the group also wenton Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Starke and .Savannah, Ga. and Mrs;Steve Walker ,debut for Paula Lynn Armstrong at
    Mr. and Mrs. William Rink, Mrs. a guided tour of the immense Louisiana Mrs. Fred Thomson and son, Todd of and children of Franklin, Va. were the Ravine in Middleburg Saturday. .
    Joyce Riherd, Miss Lillian Superdome. The group also Tallahassee spent last week with the last week guests of Mr.'and Mrs. J.H. evening. ekeHERITAGE
    Blackshear Mrs.Stump Ida went on a guided tour of some of the tatter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moncrief. The Moncriefs also had as ,
    Mrs. Beverly ,
    Mae Shaw Mrs. Cecelia most beautiful and expensive homesof Wallace and family of Franklinton, Sunday overnight guests Dr.and Mm. Mr.. and Mrs, J.E. ,Hardy visited
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    Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour Terwillegar, Mrs the city. Majestic and unusual La: They spent one day' at, the World'sFair R.W. OnderiU of Palm Bay. their daughter and family,,Mr, and
    cemeteries were also visited including in New Orleans. Mrs. David Mendenhall and Miss
    Mr. and Mrs. A.L.Crosby .
    arolyn t Redgrave
    which housed the Hardee and June Hardy in Atlanta to Tour of EuropeAustria
    Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Dees, one only Mr. and Mrs. James Friday Mon
    and Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi. Mrs. Bob wealthy. With the area being so far Robbie 'Johns son of Mr: and Mrs. children of Leesburg and. Mr. and day. Mrs. Mendenhall and children, I ranst
    below be Dale Johns of Barnsville Ga., spent and of Ashley and Wes returned with (
    sea level people have to Mrs. Chuck Coty son Tampa. them
    hannon wife of the bus driver
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    joined buried above the ground. last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Spent the weekend with their parents, for a week and David will join',the Belgium' Germany
    t the and group and at the her husband for one The guests stayed at the Le Shirley Johns, at Kingsley Lake.-,His Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Chris family on Thursday. ..Switzerland Liechtenstein,
    day night Fair.
    + Pavillion J-Iotellocated in the French mother joined them for the, weekend. and Carrie Hardee remained with 15 ':Inspiring Days
    >Quarters The guests were 'able to their: grandparents for the week.
    On the way to the Fair the group .walk to the tourist gift shops;:'visit the Sherra Deann Mott was on.the' J Mr. arid Mrs V:V.J/Speriger.'ahd! !under espirituallQadershipofFa \l ,
    spent the first night at the Admiral halls of music entertainment, and eat 'Dean's List for the Spring semester at Col.! (Ret.. and Mrs. R.G. Kidd, Jr. Rodney Hall .attended the' school'boaJrd
    Semmes Hotel where the manage at the restaurants that served cajun William Carey College, Hattiesburg. :iof Fort Walton Beach and CWIII and conference atrhCarponrSmtngs her. John H.DUX' .\ :
    ment surprised the group .by and "soul" food. Miss. 'Mrs. James W. Kidd and children of 1820.. ; ,' .'
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    Columbus, Ga. were weekend guestsof .
    Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsori and Mrs. J.H. McClane and attendedthe Mr. and Mrs,Bill Parks'of Atlanta
    Armed ForcesDay SE vice at Hope Church family spent. the weekend wjth his family reunion at the Canova are Wednesday and Thursday visitors Diecmi Director at Liturgy: Pnter
    of his mother, Louie Bell SL MiiUlelM' Parish. HHh Springs
    brother Robert and wife Elaine In home at Kingsley Lake on Sunday Mrf parks.: .

    A'special Independence' service served our country in the armed Middleburg and enjoyed a pool party. .1'

    is planned for Sunday, July 1, at forces to join us in this worship ser- ,, ,, .. ,
    11 a.m. honoring all military personnel vice. It would be appreciated if those I ;

    Church.and The veterans pastor and at. Hope members Baptist ex- attending would wear their uniforms.The Brooker News. ,'.. :". :... ...', ,,> ,

    tend a cordial invitation to all men church is located miles southof .. '
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    :>; *,' Christian Church. friends' at the home i>fher/gr.IV* E_ 'CoxAir ;, '" rApplJ
    Miss Christie Faulkner was given a parents, the Lonnie 'Jetstones, in'
    During the reception hours punch
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    housewarming party Brooker last
    at her home on Southgate the coffee served, to nuts the, 65 mints attending, and cake. wer' e After several Tuesday games evening.the 14 guests y v Im .1990 ($fl& Aug., 31 -

    i bv the Lydia Circle members of enjoyed cake and i Ice cream served on ;. 7,11 ( ', HistortcRRUSSELStheincomparable, :

    .M 'the lawn. w City,"off Light PARIS>> : ; peaceful f I
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    "Praise Assembly News... i .':. ". -Li' '.\,', ,x', MONT SUX Viand Ira! serenity of
    ft FellowshipAt jEa .'J ,' the/ Jwisi Alps:: Tyrolean ,.tradition!
    pun Praise Christian Assembly Churchof of INNSBRUCK, singing bells of
    Victory ChapelOn Graham honored Lone Snow with a' ConditioningSsrvics, SALZBtyRQ/ ; Glittering MUNICH;
    BIRTHS w ,graduation dinner last Sunday evening. 1 ,the! romantic,, Rhine Rivet' Valley')

    Saturday', June 30, at 3:30 p.m.: and COl.OONE.:
    everyone is welcome to attend a Fun ; .\ The Church presented Lorie with an :

    and Fellowship Day at Victory Bapfist amplified bible along with a check for i '\ r\\, OberammefqauPassion I
    Chapel in Hampton. $50.. t ; .

    during, Games the of afternoon.Softball All wilt ages be played are invited John O'ShieMs Hancock, III In the early evening Praise Christ JOB COX, >Owper' Play
    with Elem Pen-
    tian Assembly, along
    to attend. Mr. and Mrs.. John Hancock; jr. oi tacostal Holiness Church in '
    is located
    Victory Baptist Chapel on Orange Park announce the birth of a servicesfor ThepernmanceolthePASS10NPLAYI
    held baptismal
    pine Street in Hampton. Everyone is Gainesville; Jul" celebrate 350 yearn of faithful devotion.
    son,; 'John O'Shields Hancock, IUf
    0 25 candidates at Sampson River in --P* "
    welcomet. born June 20.Maternal I ;, You will njiver forget your Visit to quaint and
    Graham. baptism from
    ,'1' Receiving colorful OPERAMMF.RGAU. the
    J grandparents are Judge Praise Christian Church were Eric middle agfct come to lift before your eyed!
    and Mrs. Buzzy Green and great Mason, James Smith, Jason Pardee, 964-7462 + '
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    are Mrs. Luclle Green,; ; f
    David Hall, Mike Smith, Brad Snow,
    grandmothers
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    grandparents are Mr. and Mrs ,Jim J Rectory' I
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    Church announces a new Young Kelli-NIcole McMaban Mrs. Edwin Prevail' of ctearmontand ( 16, r Raiford. Rd) t p Please snd your txoehur id. '1' I

    Men's Teaching Ministry which has : her mother-in-law, Mrs.Williamsof Starke Florida '32091 |I''N.me; I '- : --lr. iKI : a,e. :\ :
    ompleted six successful weeks. Starke,' were Wednesday guests of 1 '.
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    Steve and Ella McMahan Lawtey I Address . I
    .:The ministry,presented by Deacon Mrs; W4a.: bl and..tan; Jimmy.! .
    announce the birth of .daughter, LC!! ,. j. . Zip, .
    from 8-9 a.m.
    ;,.c.McCutchen, is open = -
    each Sunday morning. Let our adults Gainesville.Kelli-Nicole, born June. 14 in. : l

    Join in with, the Young. Men's/
    Maternal grandparents are Harold .
    Ministry, and 'Janet,v Starling 'of,, Lawtey and ,

    everyone" Pastor.to''Jasper attend,Williams invites Louis Maternal and'great:Gloria grandparents Mann! of' Starke.are :ERE: Every ne Invited"

    ) ." Paul and Lorraine Bennett of Lawtey "
    Paternal grandparents Charles
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    Carol Smolensk of Clarkstco, Wash; i .

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    l'.l rMTfcXKCltAIMI: June.'H, I'lHI! r i I

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    Lawtev News ------- -------- ------------ "' I
    It'c.I, Man Has
    Jellr Improved Tremendously
    We are happy to report that Barry CU'llan and his son, >! c.
    r Watts Is getting along fine. Our Clellan I have been In the hospital 1 twice; this year, once in Marsh and again in
    by Elizabeth Terry' prayers are with him. Mr. and Mrs Robert! Lee May with medical problems and severe pains. The doctors In he hospital
    phone 7H2-3300: Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Starling of celebrated their 37th wedding'anniversary said there was nothing they could do for my pain except prescribe pain
    '; Church Activities... Mulberry were weekend guests of with a surprise dinner at pills and muscle relaxes One doctor said the reason .. couldn't put my
    Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and on Sun the Western Steer Steak House given arms over my head was because of arthritis Medication did no good ..
    Grace United Methodist Church day,June 17, they attended the Starl- by their children, Karen and husband When 1back came to Dr. Dopson I was fealty nervous. The pain was bad. I had .
    ti observed their monthly Supper at thee Manuel Martinez, and John and
    ing reunion at Macclenny. wife no appetite because Of pain. I felt downright lousy. Dr. Dopson has worked
    church on Sunday, June;:17. At this Linda.
    Ronnie McClellan of Vidalia Ga. I '
    for
    with me approximately,three weeks. Now I can walk a lot withoutmy {j
    time of the month those who had birthdays Karen and Manuel Martinez and
    spent Wednesday night with his v
    getting tired. My nerves tire much steadier. I am sleeping better '
    or wedding anniversaries are daughter Eugenia have been
    parents Mr. and Mrs Les McClellan.Mrs. visiting
    recognized. Karen's parents, Jeanne and Robert without taking pain pulsar c1 relaxers.I'm eating much better. I am
    .
    Mildred Cox of Santa Fe
    First Baptist Church observed their Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Wilma was a Lee. They all spent a weekend in able to scratch my back where I haven't been able to in three years. I am\
    I birthday supper for those who have Wainwright Tampa taking in the sights of Busch much more relaxed and my wife says. she can live with me now. Dr Dop- .* r
    had the month of Gardens and the son has worked miracles with me..
    birthdays during We are happy to learn that Cecil Kapok Tree \ ..
    June. They sang a song and had Whitehead was able to come home Restaurant in Clearwater. I I .
    I prayer and then served different from North Florida Regional Paul McClellan of Vidalia, ,Ga. : Kent Dix
    i\ items of food cakes and drinks for all. Hospital, Gainesville, a week ago and spent Saturday night with his cousin 15 Years Experience -
    Jeffrey McClellan of Starke. Office :
    Hours
    I
    , is doing fine. Our prayers are with
    Personals....
    I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hatcher and Mon:-Wed., FrL 9-5
    We regret to learn that it was him.Paul McClellan of Vidalia, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Young and Mrs Dr. Ronald Dopson Chiropractic Tues. ft Thun.. 9-12
    necessary to carry Mrs. O.J. Phillips spent Saturday and Sunday with his Rosea Lee Hamilton all of Mid-
    back to North Florida Regional grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc dleburg, visited their relatives, Mr. ((904)) 964-8018
    Hospital Gainesville on Wednesday.Our Clellan. Other guests for Sunday din- and Mrs. Wayne Hardee, and familyon No Charge for ConsultationTHURS.I

    prayers are for the whole family. ner were their son. Robert Mc. Saturday afternoon. 4. ,
    , Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ,Jenkins of .
    r Hilliard visited their mother, Mrs.
    . O.J. Anders on Friday afternoon.
    Mr. and Mrs. Toni Brantley and I
    I daughter Jessica and Misses
    i Kristine Brantley and Karen Futch
    . visited their parents Mr. and Mrs.
    I Ralph Futch and their aunt. Miss
    I Elizabeth Terry on Friday evening
    1 June 22.
    I We are happy that Mrs. Purvis
    Brown was able to return home from

    ,, North Florida Regional Hospital I
    Gainesville on Wednesday. Our
    prayers are with her.
    Mr. and Mrs. Toni Brantley and
    daughter Jessica, of Fort Knox. Ky. GOOD
    will go by North Carolina Sunday to
    visit their parents Mr.and Mrs.Fred
    Strickland and from there back to

    Fort Knox Ky. ALL & COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS.
    PRICES
    Mrs Daisy Boch and her mother SEE STORE FOR DETAILS
    Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson attended the JUNE 28 THRU WED, JULY 4,1984.GROCERIES. '

    wedding of her granddaughter and
    Mrs. Daisy Boch's niece. Miss Pam =
    Gnffls and Jeff Bedenbaugh of MEATS
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    Palatka on Saturday.
    M...and Mrs.Chuck Moore and sons
    of Hollywood returned to their home PANTRY PRIDE
    after a weeks vacation with their Hot
    mother Mrs. Fred Moore. Dog or CUMBERLAND GAP SMOKED 1" '

    CORRECTION: Saturday,June 16., HamburgerBuns Bnls. Dinner Ham .
    Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye, Jr. and 3/$1 >'<; ; .
    children and Mrs. Mildred (not ChickenFAMILY ;"
    EXCELLENT FOR COOKOUTS
    Wildred) Tye visited Mr. and Mrs. i I ,
    US.OOVT.TOP QUALITY : ; :
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    .
    Tommy Tally and family in Jacksonville 8 PACK SI19 .'
    Later in the evening,they all en- Fresh Pork Butts ,, ,
    joyed dinner at the Chi's in honor of PANTRY PRIDE 2DOZ
    Pam Tally's birthday. King Size Bread. . .i 3 LOAVES 1.49 USDA: TOP CHOICE WHOLE BEEF
    Mr. and Mrs. George Guthrall of AAA FAMOUS RYE OR CUT& WRAPPED FREEPumpernickel .

    Baltimore, Md. are, visiting their Bread .. 16Z .99 Bnls. Rib Eyes $389 "
    mother Mrs. Rossie Reddish, also .
    us D.A.
    another daughter,Mrs.Pansy Henleyof PANTRY PRIDE 75OZ DIP N'CHIPS OR REGULAR 5 9
    Jerico, Mo. are with them for aweek's Potato 6Z LEAN MEATY COUNTRY STYLE FAMILY SIZE PKG. GRADE A
    Chips . .' . 69 119
    vacation. SMOKE,REG.OR HOT FLAVORS oz Fresh Pork Ribs

    avcPwHTIEBar B-Q Sauce . 1S3f .89 LB
    s CUMBERLAND GAP SMOKED '

    Lawtey Elementary Paper Plates. :& .89 $199
    School News Leisureway Polish Sausage LEAN FRESHLY
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    School is out for the summer. We Solo!::arlyCups ., . .aoz .89 2 LB P, $119 Ground ... '
    hope everyone has a safe and happyone. SQUEEZE a..Jk.K.BRANdDSa'' ;I' .

    I We would to like Coach to say Acree a big who"congratulations" is- Ploch mans Mustard- . . n oz .69 ., ,r, i3IInI: :.!Icl" : LB vOw a, 9 g. .
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    .It Bee .
    J BI40OZPKO PURE '1IIqI'! Www _
    HOTDOQ
    : :the proud father of a baby girl; born 499 OR 20OZ PKCL. ..' ( .' *' 'II.U' .,.
    Castloberry Chili . 3 1.00
    on Father's Day.She weighed 9 IDS. 2 ws-oz. $269 ";'.
    oz. and was 22 Inches long. Beef Burgers SKINLESS MEAT OR BEEF u ..

    Teacher's Pre-Planning will be Ball Park Franks . 160z 1.
    and students will Pantry PKa ,
    August 20-22 the > | PLANTATION BRAND FRESH BNLS. $969L8M
    return to school August 23 $ 99 GRILLMASTEn 160Z',. .
    (Thursday). PrideCharcoal 2 Pork Loin Roast ,. Hygrade CHICKEN FRANKS PlIo. '

    Several students are attending SKINLESS MEAT,!BEEF! OR CHEESE _
    Summer School. Mrs. Hamilton is MARKET{STYLE FAMILY SIZE PKGL $139 Lykes> Franks . . &, 1.39.E
    teaching grades 4-7.and Mrs.Goodallis Sliced Bacon .
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    SLICED CHICKEN LUNCH MEAT.SPICED LUNCHEON .
    teaching grades 13. 20. LB. BAG LIMIT WITH A$750 1 PICKLEO PIMIENTO OR SALAMI "V-. .:

    Reminder swimming to parents lessons: Registrationfor at Lawtey TOMATO OR MORE FOOD ORDER' 12-02 PKG.-NEAPOLITAN PEAL ITALIAN ;, $1 59 Lykes Power Pak . 1.59. ..,

    Elem. will be July 11, at the school. Del Monte Catsup . 3202 BTU .99 ,PKa SLICED REGULAR OR THICK 160E;; w <
    ($10 per child or no more than$30 per REGULAR OR SUGAR FREE ," Dlyner.Sausage Lykes" Bologna . PKa'. :1 .79'- ..
    PACK I '' : r '
    family.) A&WRootBeerCHOCOLATE . 12OZCAN: 1 .1:9 BALL PARK : x '
    The last day of summer school is EXCELLENT Knockwursts Pad l .99 ;
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    TOP QUALITY . ,
    July 31. No school will be held the <.OUTS ;
    week of July 4.Honor. Hershey Syrup w . . a.G21.49 LEAN MEATY FOR COOl

    LEMOWJME,ORANGE Of)FRUIT PUNCH Fresh Hy rode .

    Roll StudentsFor Gatorade . . '.' . 40OZen.. .99 $139; fI Ot'/' ;

    5th Six Weeks ASSORTED FLAVORS Spare ,
    "A" Honor Roll Students; Faygo Diet.Sodas 41S 1.OO I. .
    First grade Matthew Griffis, Tina 32-OZ '0' Ribs Dogs i1pzO 73r

    Eunice,Melanie Osteen and Vernoica Sliver Floss Krispy Kraut . .99 LB "
    Williams. Second grade: StephanieCox
    Ruth Anne Harris Joni! Griffis, KOSHER .
    Shannon Edwards, Crystal Greer June Boy Dills . . . 64oz 1.49 M; -DAIRY-' .
    Shane Griffin Sheila Harvey 'andAudrey ITALIAN,WOO HLE OH FRENCH 4 BUY I''
    Massey, 2/3rd' Grades: Wtehbone Dressings . 1GOZ .77 ONE.REE= -
    Latecia Alston and Mark King.Sixth MOZ BTL. GET : TROPICANA GOLD Nl PURE AlFG lCTN'. .
    Kim Johnson and Jason
    grade:
    Pitcher Seventh grade: Micki Becker Nabisco Fig Newtons 1.59 1 : OrangeJuice
    GRILLMASTER ONE PKO.
    LB
    .and Unissa King. 18QZ !

    .Nabisco Oreo's . . . 1.69 SlicedSalama_ '$159 '
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    "MADE FROM CONCENTRATE ,
    QRILLMASTER SUCED ONE LB PKO. ,

    First"A-B"lIonor grade: Tamara Roll Students Austin, Kyle i VAN,CAMPSPork& Pickle Pimiento Loaf 1&O2PKO. .'

    Fishburn, David Sherman Ross Don- Kraft's Squeeze Parkay .89'L," ;
    nie Koehler,Angel Lanier,Jistin Redding .3"$1' ;
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    Chamberlain. Greg, Darrell Johnson Diggs. Jamie Second Beans i.sage .5S Cheese . P .ir''

    Rod AMERICAN SINGLES .
    grade: Crawford Clara Jenkins
    ONI LB CANDak '
    Laura Goodner, Danielle Davis, 16-OZ. CAN. LIMITS WITH A ir 50 '' SHcedCheeseFoocI '13OZpKa:'1.6L
    OR MORE FOOD ORDER Ham t i
    Brian Fogarty, Denise Hankerson Chopped PANTRY PRIDE MILD,LONG HORN' ,.. \.!' ,
    P.J. Harris Jason Kilby Shawn Lee, r.a"ss.e.-eras---w ,OR SHARP "" ; ;: ,\:, t

    Heidi Sapp, Mark Sapp. 2/3 grades: melt ; .. FROZEN FRYINOKB,PKO. Cheddar: Cheese . ,.LI .S'
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    Virginia Belmarez,Skippy Crawford .
    on's.'Chicken Livers' SQUARES OR,CRUMBLES
    Brian Jones Reubin Lee, Yolanda TAO I 'ry' : '
    Hankerson bale Pendarvis, Audrey CHIPS WHILE. SUPPLIES" LAST. TreasureCave.u.ctt.iK+ ; ...j' ,
    Tisdale. Third grade: Laterra REO),UNSALTED, SOUR CREAM &ONION I' ;
    Johnson,Tory Kitties Misti! Padgett. OR BAR-p KJE7OZ BAGLIMIT I t. KaftCheddarCheest218
    David Starling.Erin Wilkinson,Misty ,COUPON:: PER CTEMGCXPO I"1 f.I' NATURAL.MILD OR SHARP f" '" -' .."1 I'lA,
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    .Prevatt. Fourth grade:. Bridget .I I Kraf ,
    Holder Maryam Jenkins Brandy : ?
    Ross,Angela Redding,Metina Smith '
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    Bentley, Gary Veleta)
    Norman, Deena Parker, Glenda 'I
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    Michael Becker, Kim Ross_.Chad GREAT AMERICAN 11 ICE 11 SNACK.. I I '' I .-- CTN ,. .", ? ..
    Coyle, Donna.Padgett, Maria Scott I POTATO II II I I DORTTO6COBN. I 'o;/
    Sixth grade: Dana Norman, Jim CREAM+ I. CRACKERS I I'', .TACO NACHO COBNUQMT8
    I 'CHIPS'III 7.QZ OWXMR ftSOZ OR TACO UQHTS'SOZBAQ I. < 1
    Starling. Mark Harris SAVE 50
    Shuford. Cindy I HALF GALLON I I SWISS CHBHf.,oazvmEArt f CASH

    Samantha, Kendra Jones Butler, Leo Sarah Starling Hodges, Lori, 1I neauLARonRppLED12OZ8AG I I LIMIT COUPON PER THEM. I I TMN8 TlX aapASLEa OBaoAY ,. '1 I LMT.t COUPON PER' /ITEM ,1 .

    Sellers. Seventh grade: Jill ,I.' lies oaoo'f1olAU COUPON PER ITEM., J I Q00011-iRJWEDNESDIIY..* .4,1884. I I LIMIT I COUPON' aER DEM.OCCO ::1 i I i ,waO D nnii4wieiDAY'." I. ". :

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    June=tK" IBM TELEGRAPH PgePA .
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    St. Edward's News I.. ..... ,3.H V*.;;1 );.1'iL Hampton Hilites:' '. .: /,

    CYO Retreat Trip : ; i ..- .,
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    Canton, N.C.During thepa.i; ma&fby Mai' O/nd Ton* .
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    The St. Edward's Christian Youth the trip they enjoyed C& ph v Kiua3\ T
    Organization spent from June 9 to cookouts, swimming, fishing, hunting those attending and explain the At the conclusion of the meeting by,,polores Meng Mineola- Lorraine .Smith of Ft.
    June 15 In WaynesvlUe, N.C., where diamond chips in the river, riding spiritual goals of the RENE' ; Pro- Father Finlay was presented by Mrs. phone 468-1815 Worth; Clarene.: and BdMh"'8mKh of \
    they were guests of their former CYO horses, riding the railway to Ghost The "l' O'Neal with a decorated birthday Canton Joyce Stateham of Gran-
    Instructor, Barbara Conner. Mountain,and taking the 1.5 mile hike St. Edward's RENEW Direc- cake holding lighted candles. Reunion... bury.itI1e; and Annette Morris of
    Father Jim O'Malley conducted a up steep Mt. Pisgah. They were all tor, William Marchese, introduced: Mary Milton and Muriel Gilhoolywere Bennie and Vivian Patterson of Mabank; Lillie Mae and Melinda,
    Day of Recollection at the Skyland refreshed by the beauty and coolness members of the Core Team and Coordinating in charge of arrangements for Hampton Lake attended.the Patterson Morris of Canton; Jimmy, Lorreane
    Farm of Miss Conner. Providing of the mountain area. Committee who in turn explained the dinner. family reunion held at the First Bill, Clemmie,Harold,Barbara.Mattand
    guitar music was a.friend from the CYO members taking the trip were the duties of their respective x. Monday Grounds in Canton,Texas,on Loris Kruse of Simms Mark and
    area Sandy Williams. Bobby Dunne Teresa Dunne, ,positions. June 9 and 10. Jeanene Patterson of Dallas; John
    Upon arriving at the nearby town of Claudine Greenly, Diana Phillips, On display in the hall was an attractive Among the 58 relatives from Texas and Birdie McCommas And Alene
    Cruso, the group. was greeted with Michelle Hendrix and Lisa Rix. Also banner with the heading attending wer Mildred, Eldon and Burnett of Texarkana; David R. Patterson
    outdoor banners which read accompanying the group were Joan, 'RENEW YOUR CHURCH..'Depictedwas b- Lillian Patterson of Canton; Frank Kay,, Billy and Karla Brown, I''
    'Welcome, St. Edward's CYO'. They Mary and Ann Dunne, Gerrl Phillips, a' large tree/trunk with green J'\.\ and Melba Patterson of Hurst; Lisa Jack and Hazel Martin of Abilene;
    appreciated the warm hospitality of Ordy Greenly, Randy, Sallye, April leaves inscribed with names of parish I';. .."',,, Gibson and children, Jake,Jeff and Ronnie Patterson. Jake and Nelda
    local residents.On and Erik Scoggins. RENEW leaders. Also displayed wasa Water has ( e' greater Leslie, and Jamie Depiazza of Guthrie,' David 'Rodriguez and Erin
    Sunday they attended Mass at RENEW Dinner Held ,. large Organizational Chart showing molecular' density In.liquid ., Euless; David, Sherrie Jimmie and Ohler of Claremore, Okla.; Dolan
    the Immaculate Conception Church in Members of St. Edward's Catholic In wheel form the 10 committees and form than a* a solid. .This Is Darren Rogers of Monahams; Leroy Stiles of Tulsa, Okia.'and Charles and
    -. .- Church. held a covered. dish dinner 1 t In functions. The banner and chart were why Ice floats. < Brinda, Bryan; and Jana Davis of Rosemary Patterson ,of' Ontario, I
    Calif.
    ., -""" ., _-:':::0.- Following the reunion Mr. and Mrs.
    I .- Patterson visited Harlan and, Ann
    / / ---' v Morria'' and ,family in Arlington,
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    ; ",4 ( (" -v ...... : Texas. Then they.aw Mrs. Mary Pat. j
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    %; terson and family in Halton City,

    MANUFACTURER'S, ,\ Texas.Next they ;:went, ,to Whittesettlc-

    I m/ ment, Texas, to ,visit Genevieve and \
    .a, rw.
    Rogers Chambers and family.
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    I ,/ :.. r : They returned home from the 12
    ':.4 ( day trip on June,It. r
    ::;. (/ ;the following article were left out I.
    CO'UPON: \ of the June It and 21 issues of The I
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    '1T ,; .Telegraph.,;Ware sorry for the' tafkaflpace I
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    ( I torus thlt news.LastDayofSchool ;
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    # ? Thursday morning, June 8, the en-
    tire student.body, staff and some I''
    : I parents were welcomed to ac I
    JUNE 28 O. 'iJ I r Nl assembly by Principal Connie Clark.

    r ,..I ,. Among certificates presented that.
    :.-", k./LIIU/ ow. '" ...,.JJU. day were those to the 7th graders who
    .\ ,:r I 11, t IIr I I 7lI will go on to the Bradford Middle
    i School in.'August. Receiving Certificates I.
    of Completion were: Kevin
    \ ,,",, (j r w ll.. % I Ii flf/ IjJI Barton, Ginny Bennett,: 'Tracy
    'v Bradley,Wynn Collins;Denise Curtis,
    ,, I I Dennie Darley, Brian Davis, Kasey

    r-/ull i "J Ford, Joey Forsythe, Cindy Frey,
    ., :A ') I Carla Gutda Billy Home, Terri Ken-

    ........ (' ,4r nan, Robert Moorhead, David
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    RIk _, Parker, Donna Peeples, Rob Powers,
    ......... p"" ,, "i a I" r.. 4'.' Jennie Rhea, Mark Rhoden, Donnie''' ,
    \ Roberts, Michele ''Robinson, Brad'
    FOR YOUR SHOPPING r t ) ,Sharpe,Timmy Slater John Under
    \.,> "c ,, .
    CONVENIENCE / ,... W wood and Michelle Wood.
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    '-I ) .. Elem.School I
    WE WILL Hampton
    BE ... \l 'ra .t '\III n u,
    -.L '' ("f/ I r '" i'D J,! '" News-June
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    I On June 7 those receiving Certificates
    OPENJULY \UIv I 'II
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    ,, : of Merit from Principal Connie I
    I !P \ Clark were the following who were t
    WEDNESDAY, 'tJ.S. N listed on the A-B Honor'Roll for the .
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    A 'H..I. entire school year; I
    ) 4th : I. : \ 'Kindergarten-Tort Hersey Jenny 'I
    f Johnson, Melissa Dyle, James ?. 1
    ., Rhoden, April Scoggins, David
    7 A.M. TIL ip P.M. f( Carrie I'
    I Grady, Ian I Marney, Meng,
    Shannon Smith and Jennifer'Glenn. '
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    SEE STORE
    FOR DETAIL ON HOURS
    I First grade-Christina Broome, Tim

    ...... .... ...,: a., Crews, C.K. Fuqua Steve Lewis,
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    _- .. I.o;;:; -"IV .. -r r7.I. Tracey McCullough Laurel Sanford, ,

    ...... ..... : .H"I/I. Julie Collins, Jennifer Darley, Sonya \
    Hodges and Jennifer Jones. Second
    I. grade-Angela Baker, Morgan Esty
    .. .(, ', Samantha Truman,.Kim Wilson and
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    (,..J'," ,.,.'",,",," .0'.',' ", Stacy Young.Third grade-Billy Kyle,
    11 1-1- ''-'; : Angelina Crewst ..
    ,' J eenl4DICk'gb' ponald
    ,, .. r..j. a \ l .. 'FayeCru ; '
    4. ;y1.. .. 9RI)' oPI' A to ; '. ;1'''...,.... ',' \ : ,.: ; ,'.,Mtri'lll? arna'::Fo' 111:'81' I it; .M.rk, ,)
    ty f" ... *-'i:. "-'" .t2 -..... A C"J.It RfM Y; I Crawford Josh 'CrUze, Jessica I
    BSg u .. Fisher Dana Hail, Joey Hall, Regina }
    4' g' Padgett. William Price and Fletcher ,
    Ice An Rodgers. Fifth grade-Wyatt Collins. '
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    Sixth grade-Allison Archey and Cindy
    Ear Davis' I
    I I I ORANGE juiceMinute Library Aides receiving certificates 1

    Maid . ..FROZE 1.59 1 were Cindy Frey, Carla
    J BANANA.COCONUT LEMON. PRODUCE Guida, Terri Kennan, Mickey Robinson -
    I CHOCOLATEOR N60POUTAN and Michelle Wood. >
    I Pet Ritz Cream Pies FnoozE0zN .89 Special awards went to Mike Coleas
    Most Improved Kindergartner An-
    CALIFORNIA'
    'CALIFORNIA RED dy Hall for Most Improved in

    BUSCHOR 6 PACK Lettuce Plums Most Reading Improved and Adam in Writing.Crawford for

    Large Large Super P.E. Student of the Year i
    NATURAL $178 awards went to Tori Hersey; Pam
    McWilliams, Christy Cole, Audrey f
    LIGHT Ford Josh i ruze, T.J. Orton, MaceyRhoden

    BIANCO OH ROSATO AOC" <: Home. Nicole Clark and Billy., 1

    1.8 4.99 Physical'' Fitness ''Team Awards j.
    Celia Lambrusco *... IrrEA
    ,i: .. .PER 5 9 were awarded to Jana Lester,Regina
    UEBFRAUMILCHGolden Padgett Aimee Hodges, Kim Hodge
    Chapel WINS M, 1 ..99DEEP HEAD' POUND Macey Rhoden; Angela Truett, ,
    '. Michele Strickland, Donna Peeples,
    MOUASSESOR BROWN PORK* BEANS "-'-- FLAME FED OR Denise Curtis, Cecil Woods; Joey
    140Z .39 Hall, Rob Padgett 'Wyatt. Collins
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    u lby, SVEGETARIANBIANS. CAN WhiteSeedless : Jerry' Loiacano, Randall Smith.
    WHOU OR SLICED "-. '. 4'soz' Thompson -, FLORIDA ''I;..: Kacey Ford and Robert Moorhead.
    Green Giant MUSHROOMS CLASS 99 i Adults receiving Certificates of Appreciation -
    Large .r
    .,.. t for volunteer help during
    MUSSELMANS Juice .,840Z'' .19 OQ ... '. !yy k ,'Ui the year were Debbie Broome, Vicki
    Apple Mangoes :
    Arlene Rich
    1"'tcJ.50Z' Crews, Judy Orton, ,
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    1 Grapes >l Sallye Scoggins, Arbutus Johnson,
    Helnz57Sauce..ppp1.89 ; :S-f .... Susie' Marney, Debbie Donnerstag,
    89 Beverly Padgett and Dolores Meng.

    French's Mustard . .89 CALIFORNIA EACH ;'. ', ) :::1'' iJRIIiIl' The ceremony concluded with' the

    .' l"i. FLORIDA\! I' .' presentation of an engraved plaque to
    TOMATO Jolene Friese for her nine years of

    Heinz Catsup. . *oz 1.891 .'Large Nectarines: \ Laige { dedicated Elementary service,School. This to Hampton'included '

    Oft P.EO ORIGINAL,SUPER,SUPER HEOLTampax Tampons PLUS 10 ..99 #' 1.LiOmes/59. "j: Q C1 II classroom Halloween'help Carnival as well Chairman as serving and as

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    SUPER UNSCENTED OR HARD TO MOLD \ 5, 9. ,,- j i IVI.' 4) : other school activities for many .i,

    .88 PER '.,,' years.
    Style Hair Spray sot I I :::: -.I :' '

    PARADISE tbLLEcnON ONLY It's License

    Cover Girl tail.S1ICks . .88 .' ,Renewal Time !

    : oFF -T TOOTHPAST &AOZ, .99 _IN STOREDELI/BAKERY. Stumped for an original present fo
    Pepsodetlt, give Dad this' Father's Day Takeiapeek +
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    JC* tale<\a ai on Into Dad's wallet and you may
    RED, .
    eve Cry .99 ';-; / FRESH BAKED, .. discover that his hunting and fishing
    Colgale '. license expire soon. .:c'
    Country Pride: 12: PIECE S Tq.-t17L. Kaiser 'Rolls' : Most annual i license and permit'
    __ I Issued by the Game and Fresh Water
    ==-- ,Fried ;" Fish Commission expire June3Q '
    r ".1" ," $ ,. ) :,t' fact the outdoorsman In your life may
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    Chicken: 'S"9' 6/59 : have forgotten. .
    \ ; : Why not surprise him with a
    "' ; combination hunting and
    statewide
    3 BREAST:-d THIGHS"!; .
    'WINGS. *3 LEGS, fishing license? Just 17.50 can bring
    %jC1 1W .
    -T*(MATISTCOUfCTieK $ : hours of enjoyment in Florida's'woods
    OreOUMlIIrMrK I and waters. And you can pick
    :
    r206WAT STARS!' one up for'yourself at the same time'
    'eau i BoIled Ham. .1.19, so you can both, enjoy Florida's out-:,
    aOGMEATIILBUMS! HALPPCUNO'Hormel doors
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    Luncheon Meat .99 For the voting anglers and nimrods,
    MExauswcouJcnoN .... ,
    : :they graduate
    RKOiiDglb.w this may be the year
    WWIMVOMTI front underage status. If your'child
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    [{ SPECIAL 4 ; : :.Austrian Swtoe Cheeee '0. POUN0,1 HAL" 1.89FR6SHMAOtWffHC2AWJBAT turns 16 this year he or she will be r*%
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    CTOg' license to hunt or
    u red to posses a ;
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    1E4TUR ".u.- -- r',. 't .' I" J' ., .1; .. fishing license' cost t6.5IAand"statewide ,
    Teat; *WITH TWO N0. : I'r''r: i hunting license cost f11,50'Young (
    ALBUMS.t .yC'i li'N1M' '\' ,1.99MI holdets't"an"be
    ; ADOITIOWALA t 'amok. : ... ; adult license
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    Larry Brown Honored at Appreciation, DinnerAllPro i ; \\\1:11\ : I



    Pittsburg Steeler offensive Brown during his talk at the end of the Brown's Harry Hatcher and Coach; Larry as an i ideal tight end." I, rr q ," ,'"/' t tt q qI '
    tackle, and former Bradford High dinner. David Hurse honored the 64, 270 l' Excited about the dinner Hatcher I f I, .ti., I'1
    footballer Larry Brown was honored.by In his 13th year in pro football for pound football star. said "I'm not trying to embarrasshim .;:;!.' l'} '
    some 80-90 guests Tuesday night the. Steelers Brown told the group "He had a lot of natural talent, a but, how,many times do you get ...'
    during an appreciation dinner at the that his biggest hero is his dad Willie great attitude,and the quickest feet of to sit by an alt pro.1 "I'm proud of his ,
    Western Steer Steak House. Brown. "I can fall short of him and any kid his size I'd ever seen" said success and when he's playing foot-
    "Let us remember him that walked still be a decent human being." Hurse about Brown. ball on television that's our football
    among us,"was the theme for the dinner Brown also said "my mother keepsall Then 6'4 and 190 pounds Brown player on the screen." .. '!Ur:
    organized by Ross Chandler. of our feet on the ground. No mat didn't play organized football until his In a reply to all the honors Brown '..
    During presentations at the dinner, ter how many touchdowns I,make or senior year at BUS. He was the first said "this diner to be an appreciation .
    Brown was given the "Key to the good plays I do my mom always black to play ,organized sports at for me but it shouldbe I
    city," by Starke Vice-Mayor Travis says hey get back down here where Bradford. That year 1966 was the second an appreciation dinner for you. "
    Wood you belong. year in a row that BHS took the:' You people have offered encourage
    "Trying to prepare for this was dif Brown who played his college state championship. "After the first -', ment and that makes you want to-be ." .> .
    ficult. When you're a 1,000 miles away career at Kansas State, now plays offensive championship, all we needed the next successful." i "
    you can get up and act like a big shot.I tackle after years of playingas year was a quarterback and a tight;"', Brown was also presented with a '.
    know everyone here and they all offensive tackle. end. Wayne McLeod filled ,,the;,. plaque from the Concerned Citizens of
    know better said modestly voiced Former Bradford teammate of quarterback spot and then there was':: Bradford County in appreciation. t .'
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    second place title of the Starke men'schurch Smyrna 510 104 11 Airpark : ,020 010,03 .
    Softball league as First Grace 20-1 First Methodist leading hitters: Stevens Stars leading hitters: Shoenlng' 3'of-3 .,. .. ..,
    Methodist and Starke Stars will with a doubla'and triple; Carroll with a
    meet
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    First Methodist 4-of-9! with a triple, Mundorf f with a home '''..'
    Thursday night to decide who takes Starke StarsNorthside 14-7 run, Prevatt with a triple. Alday with adoubt. double and triple Bennett 3-of-4 with a .>'
    triple, Warren 2-of-3 with a double,
    second. 13-12 .. )u.'j;!I.
    Whitehead Polk 3-of-4.
    3-oM
    New River 10-9 Smyrna leading hitters-: Henkel .3'at.4
    Grace has landed the number one Airpark 2.13Jr. with two doubles, Davis .' :, Airpark Olive'leading 2-ol-4..hitters- Padgett with a Night,of Appreciation...
    triple
    title with a 20-1 record. The Stars and .Stars 0-20 30''i i; Larry;;Brown Pittsburg Steeler offensive tackle, All-Pro, and former BUS
    First Methodist are tied for second \I.i footballer was honored at an appreciation dinner at the Western Steer SteakHouse
    place with identical 14-7 marks. RESULTSJr. Northside 100' 003',04/*' FlrtMethodlat 000 700 463 21 ( Ist Tuesday night. .,,.. ;',
    Grace 733 013 :J*,'n Airpark 314 08 In that!!; picture above Brown IH given an award of appreciation from the
    The two teams will meet Thursday .Start 000 000 00 Northside leading hittersMilliard First Methodise leading hitters: Thomas Concerned Citizen of Bradford County by Ross Chandler.
    night at 7:30: p.m. at Edwards Road N.w River 410 091 15 3-of-3, Prevatt with a triple. ,', .3'of-S with a home run and double Eaves Brown was honored throughout the evening by former teammates
    Complex for a one game Jr. Start leading hilts: Green, Grac. leading hitter Boon o', ".with a double, Douglas 3-of-S with a double. friends and ,former high school football Coach David lIur e, family
    playoff. The winner will take second Thorp.. Polk l-of-2. double, Johnson 3'o'-" with a home rurvMcClellan ', ,
    place.The. New River leading hitters: Anderson with a home run Howard Airpark leading hitters: Olive :of-5
    Stars have beat First Methodist with a double. Barton 3'of-4 with a double 3-of-4, Griffis 2-of-3 with a double. Nazi" with a double and triple

    2-out-of-3 regular season meetings. Allen 2'of-3 with a triple. worth. 3-ol-1. ,,;W,. ,
    \ Stars i 021 064 13
    : u'1': \ !' Grac. 170 006 15 I
    ':)' Stars leadinghitters) : Chapped 3-oM Florida; National Bank
    :'_1 with double Francis 2
    o 'of-1 with a dou-

    I Three BHS Runners Qualify for Nationals: ;f' 1:>.'.Grace. leading.' : hitters; Duncan' 4-of-4" WILL BE CLOSED

    ty, with two doubles. Boon 3.of-4. Warren
    Three Bradford High thinclads ;state because she is too young. Sapp will be a freshman next year, with a double,Z Johnson 3'of-4 with a '
    have qualified for the National Cham- Sapp, a member of the Bradford enabling her to officially place in run- home run Dlcardio 3-of-3 with a double, I 4th
    pionships in August at the AAU Junior: 'Road Runners and former BMS runner ning events. Last season Sapp along i July
    Olympics National Qualifying meet in ] took the second place in 2:52: with other middle school runners ran Grace ..-.-.._..._AGO-004 ...!_.._ I '
    Orange Park last Friday. i minutes.In with high school teams at various Methodist 100 000 1
    The three Bradford High trackstersand the 1,500 meter run, Sapp was meets, but could not count as Grace leading hitters: Duncan with adouble.
    Road Runner's Club are Eric I fourth in a time of 5:44 minutotrT" placements. J
    Lane Eddie Tennant and Alan t7 r ; Have A Happy Holiday e'
    Stokes. All three had at least a third Northsld.f 351 201 12 .
    placing to qualify for the champion- Stars 520 000 07 I Business As Usual July 5, 1984
    ships. Northside leading hitters: Milliard .
    Eric Lane placed third in two 2'of-4 with a double. Cubbedge with a :i \
    events. Lane ran a 10.45 in the 100 double. Pr.vatt:3-of-4: / with a double. Florida National Bank:
    yard dash and 23.77 in the 220 yard ras rY, Alvarez 3.ol.4 with! a doubl., Mottox ,,
    dash. Lane is still coming oil.a 4'of-4., \ S I :,i aa'26rprs.l.eding J : :105 w. Jefferson/ SMrstatla432fJt ((904f9 p qo rlmV
    hamstring pull and has to run "With o i ine.nCimpp.Hi4wf.11 l al", "'. I'-__ hlhwfltbN 4lwn. ,. \.\.\'" t.t". .." "''OJ .k..
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    caution. o
    Alan Stokes took two first,places '
    and a third. Stokes placed first In the ;
    shot put with a throw of 39'6". In the
    javelin throw Stokes had a throw of liUW1:
    132'0" for his another first place. fl
    Stokes took third in the discus throw j
    with a distance of 114'8.5".
    These were the only three competing

    Younger from runners the will Bradford be qualifying area. ft1t f I 20-Piece Boiled; Seafood Salad '

    Saturday July 21 in Mt. Dora.

    IJH Shrimp te Supreme. .
    Lori Sapp Places ,l

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    13-year old Lori Sapp placed in two ChiIled.PeeJPLight: f : .
    events at the Sunshine State Games qI I i
    qualifying meet at Orange Park High fawn- -.,
    School Saturday.

    Although taking a second place in Eric Lane Alan Stokes!
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    I Woodchippers Top Teal Tile 14-10 For Title f Y

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    After a 10.10 standoff in the fifth In- LWCI won by forfeit against Olins 2-of-S with a home run 1 p; Wise 3'of.3. T. .
    ning, W.W. Woodchippers score( Moble Home Center. Wise 3'of.4, Hull 2'of-4 with a home run. A I
    tough hitting by Teal Tile,while Teal Tile leading hitters: Stratton 4'0/-4 "
    ing four runs in the remainder of the Woodchlpper 110 220 14 with a home run. and triple, Craws with a 1 ..' Shrimp, crabmeat clams and whitefish '1- ,
    game to take the top title in the men's T.atTll 102 700. 10 home run. tanner, *-of-3 with a doubl., f I :
    city Softball league last Wednesday Woodchippers leading hitters Wheeler Paladlno I-of-3 with a home run.Hudson :. \ / with special dressing'e Crispy crackers '
    The Woodchippers crossed the plate 20 pieces of boiled shrimp .. Served on a bed of lettuce Lemon wedge ', .r
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    SAVE i cole slaw, southern-style hush! puppies and,tartar sauce. V W%/ :" ,

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    Enjoying Florida's outdoors
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    natrual wonders of the state with all "' site .
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    younger generations," says Col. fries fresh coleslaw and 2 hush'puppies-} I' .;ih.
    Robert N. Brantly of the Game and 8 Utility ..
    Fresh Water fish commission. 4"a! Sprayer I
    Special ad SATURDAY AM SUNDAY.e.ALL SPECIAL '
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    BranUy executive director of the ', -
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    Stars 3rd at Tifton -


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    Starke Stan took third place honors game and beat the y c+f ., il4dw v q w x 'i 'ji

    among In 15 Tifton teams, GA at a the softball weekend tournament of- their ment.second' meeting Plowboys,of. the, ,tour 13-6 .in.. ;/ v "Rllr ,, n, r' i Tttird Placers...
    June 117.
    In Starke's Stars softball team took
    game five
    After dropping the first game 10-7 to Kenny's A's from, the Stars beat third place In a tournament in Tlfton,
    the Plowboys from Tl/toS, the Stan Tenn, to into Johnson City GA., weekend before last.
    go the final
    won four straight games before falling the Wrecking Crew. game with Picture left-lo-right, front row:
    11-5 to the Wrecking Crew from The Stars Coach Jerry McGrUf Tony Dlggs.
    as a
    team
    Moultrie, Ca., to put them in third games hit 101-of-188 for in the six Kyle Harrison. Andrew Tlmmons
    place. average of .537 a team and Coach Dave Bennett. Back Row:
    Jason Bennett hit Leading hitters for Randy Alvarez,
    5-of-5 Jimmy Shocning.
    in the second the Stars were;: Randy Alvarez 5-of-9
    game of the Mike Carroll.
    tournament to for an Jason Bennett Jason
    help of
    the Stan roll 25-1 average .556; Jason Bennett Polk. Jamie Whitehead, Kevin John,
    over the A's,from '
    Moultrie. Then in game three the"A .%;1Mr? %Chappell?; Andy Chaff 8-of-15 for and Barry Warren. .
    Stan beat the 's from Leesburg, John David Francis 12-of-17 for .706; Not Shown Mike Ch ppell, Rick
    Georgia 11-2. Jimmy 12-of-W for .632; Welch. Shaun Robinson,Andy Chaff
    The Stars took revenge in the fourth Rick Welch8-oM6 Shoenin8 H-of-22 for .773; John David Francis,' Donnie Thorn
    for
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    I Legal NoticesPUBLIC 1 HUNT and ...
    I GRACE! A. 855. Orange park ;Fl .

    HUNT, his wife; are the 32067(904, ( '264-6000, rilifie's-Lee
    Tourney
    Plaintiffs and ROBERT L. 6212tahg,28': take Lipton

    NOTICE GEORGE FIRESTONESECRETARY HALSEY and NANCY! B. I '
    I i 9l'I 'JH" RE)1 i WURT \ liff. ,
    The Bradford County OF STATE HALSEY his wife, and 1OF'T I. "
    School Board S'orke. 6/21 2l fie and Gayle Lea had to and 4 halt bourn before McGriff beat and
    America, throughthe CIRCUIT, Kettles and Jerry wltefa Ella
    Florida, will hold a Public acting ,
    FARMER'S ADMINISTRATION IN AND FOR ,.,.If Into a 9-4 tie-breaker set to beat Lee finally won. Coon In the semi finals 6-4, 8-1.

    Hearing. on a ProposdL.ae. IN THI CIRCUIT COURTOF HOME, United BRADFORD COUNTY eityl Foster and Jerry McGriff In Kettle and Lee beat Cliff LaWSOlKeUlas, and Lee WUljltr l' Yel to
    Agr..m.nt b tween FLORIDA EIGHTH FLORIDA. the finals of the local Lipton Iced Tea and Marie
    ' the Bradford County State. Department of Wynn In three sets during, Jacksonville later In July for.. the
    JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PROBATE DIVISION Mixed. Doubles tennis tournament. the
    semi-final match. F..t40. and tournament.
    Board and Agriculture are ,th. :!IJ regional
    School the AND FOR BRADFORD CASE NO. 84.62-CP v J!;| The final match lasted some two ,
    'Defendant, I will sell : ;
    , \ Job Service 01.( Florldo.I' to ,
    COUNTY, FLORIDAIN i I ((1-3558)) .$t. ,
    Th. Agreement will b. REi The Marriage of the highest and best bidder ,

    lor, the us. of office CHARLES SLIFER, Husband for cash, at the East IN Rtl the ()state of ,

    .p c. In the Bradford and LESLEY H. DIX door of the Bradford ,MICHAELWAYNBPIKE, ;. cndiif: Alert Good For '
    1 J\ Union I u Vocational- SLIFER, Wife, County Courthouse In ;Deceased.' i. e Fishing 'Resources ,

    Y! Technicol C.nt.r by the CASI NO. 84-251-CA Bradford County, Stark, .:.. I
    > \ '
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    1 Job' Service of Florida. NOTICE/ OF ACTION ,' Florida at 1I00; 'a.m.Jan NOTICE i 'W dltfe Alert, a citizen-funded for the Florida Game and Fresh Other" violations" encountered by of.peward

    l 4 J '.' This Public: Hearing will TO:, ladle DIx Siller July 23. 1984.the fellow, ADMINISTRATION program Is readily identified Water Fish Commission. titer-are gigging or spearing of mh

    .t't- ,be h.ld Jun., 28, 1984, at 49 Watts Rood Portsmouth Ing described: : real, pro', Th* ad4inis i notion' of '/."With the wildlife of the state. Some things fishermen might look this Is usually done in clear water or,
    7 In the School party .
    p.m. Haunts, England A of Sections the estate! of MICHAEL However, fishermen can also help for include floats or corks that appear at night with the aid of a light.
    portion
    Board Room of the Coun
    freshwater in unusual areas which
    indicate
    protect fishery resources might
    Fishermen
    WAYNE PIKE Deceased, or boaters reporting
    U.K.YOU
    29 and 32, 7
    ty School Board Ad. ARE NOTIFIED South Township File No.84.62-Ce.Ispen. ', t' through Wildlife Alert. the illegal use of nets or other devices these violations may be eligible for a
    ; ministrotlv.Offic.., 582 that a Petition for Range 21 East, ding In the) Circuit Court ,:"' "Fishermen utilizing area lakes or Other Indications to look for include reward ranging from $25 to f 1,000

    North Temple Avenue, Dissolution of Marriagehas Bradford County.. for Bradford County, "" ,, rivers should report any Supicion of 11- wires or ,ropes fastened near theshoreline To report fishing violations,.call the

    "I Stork., Florida, \ been filed against Florida being more particularly Florida Probate Division s 1 legal";;activity, said U. Dewey and extending out Into the commission's ,Wildlife.. Alert 'Hotline

    Thomas L. Casey, Jr, you and the petition follows described a* ,the address of f J J!!.;IWmwr.. ;, ,.Public Tnfnrmntlrm. Officer water.. which could. mdicatq, the Illegal at 1-800-342-8105. ,
    Commence ',
    at p. "
    of Bradford ; ae car IIrN ,
    Superintendent ,, "'
    ,: seeks o 'q
    to restore your which I I. Bradford County' pr;';;" "
    the SE L
    corn.r of the SW ;
    ,/' ', Ii County Schools previous name. You are Courtt ous'Post Office {" "

    < .' ', t 6/21 2tchg628'J: required to serve a copy 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section Drawer" !>B. Starke, ]" ,

    : i ',.... '" I;:"fl, ," of your written defenses, 29, and run thence S 89 Florida' 32091. The -: 'I\r",a race, Stork. FL 32091 I and for Bradford C'unty,

    ', '. NOTICE OF'. INTENTION If any, to the petition on degree*' 08 minutes, II name and oddt eases of'' ." ; r Le al 'NotIces 9n or before August 2. Florida, wherein CITY

    ...-;- 'TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS petitioner's attorney, seconds W along the the personal representative 1984, ond' file the CONSUMER SERVICE OF

    .. NAME," !-'j\ \ ;S*:" ,, Kenneth E, Brooten, Jr., South Boundary of said + and the p.rsonalr.pr..entatlv. ,!- ," original with the clerk of flORIDA, INC.. .to'I' ; .
    ,,..' Pursuant'1' to .S.cllon Post Office Box 788, Section 29.336.06 feet to $ .'* attorney :jot :'' ........ ..... from this court either before ,. plaintiff, and TOMMIE',
    n s
    .t' .
    865.09, Florida Statutet Gainesville, Florida the Northwesterly right .or. set forth 1 f':t: I locdted ground In Section waters 20 .rvlc.' on petitioner or CASON JA. and
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    of way tine of SR-223 and below. 'ijt NOTICE 'Imm.dlat.'v thereafter: CHARLENE T., CASQN4
    notice Is hereby giventhat 32602 on or before July Township 07 South '
    the underslgn.d.David 12 1984, and file the the Point of Beginning Interested personsor AIt1"OFAPPLICATION Bradford oth.rwl..ajudg.ment his wifegrsdefendants; '
    Range 22 East
    will b. .nt.r.d'' for 'I '
    file the 'th.
    required to with wilt sell ,
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    thence N 12 degree 45 to.
    Tuten 01.own.r
    R. with the'clerk of Florida "
    original County for coinr.lI.f demanded '
    In
    the
    this court, WITHIN THREE highest best
    On bidder
    business minute 56 second E p/18/198/, RADmerclallndu.trial oml
    doing this either' beforeservice '
    ; court uses petltiDn "
    THE FIRST : for'ca.h,
    FORD ARC "e"lobby of
    under the firm name of on petitlonerrattorney along said Northwesterly PUBLICATION OF" THIS E f 509.STARKE' Pi32BOX, Written objections or WITNESS my hand and 'the firth floor of the main

    S/W Muffler and) Immediately right of way line NOTICE: ((1)) All claim .; made Icatlon' 0:1: comments on this ap' the seal, of this Court on Courthouse. North Tern.plicotion .

    '; A u tomotlv.1 ',' thereafter: otherwise a 162.72 feet. thence South agalnit th* estate and r+ I water app may b. flied June. 25"+1984. pl. Avenue Sttirke;
    ,
    Maintenance, Rt. 2, Box default will be entered 89 degree 08 minute 11' ((2)) ,any "ubiectionby,, an iIInterested /)(;, 2.84.00265 use for permit on with the Governing GilBERT 5, BROWN Bradford Colint'yo:

    335, Starke. Fl 32091, Intends against you for the relief second West parallel to persono 'r .overage daily Board of the Suwannee Clerk ohh. Caurt Florida a. '11:000'tlock'

    to register said fictitious demanded In the peti said South boundary Whom notice was mailed "''! ,withdrawal of 0.0021 River Water ManageByIMarlonMcRae: A.M"on the of'

    name under the tion. 228,41 feet thence S 00 that challenges: the : 1,f". :, million gallons day ment District, Rout. 3. 'Deputv Clerk." ; July, 1984. the follow!)

    aforesaid statute. Dated July 18, 1984. Degrees 11 minutes 02 validity of ,,the will. the I;':f\; from ground p.r'waters Box M, live Oak, F 4 '. 6/28' ltchgX/19 describe property req as '

    Dated this 7lh.'day' of Gilbert S. Brown Clerk seconds E 75.00 feet, qualification of the personal ,'..:; located In Section 2', 32060. until 1I16/198. .....;u.: set forth In .ald Final'
    1984" Bradford thence S 86 degrees 11 representative, ""! 1/chg6/28' I Judgementtowitf :
    June. In By! Beulah Moody, Deputy iVenus '' Township 06 South,
    County Clerk minutes 24 seconds W or jurisdiction" of ', .\1 : Range 22 East Bradford ..-.... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .. ,The-NW'/4' SE'I.o"
    796.79 feet thence S 00 the Court. I WY. 0" S.ctlon 23
    6/7 4tpd 6/23 6/21 4tchg 712IN :'! County florida, for EIGHTH JUDICIAI,,"'
    .., degrees 21 minutes 02 ALL CLAIMS AND OB. I.If-/'I/'" water utility u.... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, .tow..hip6South, Rang; ,

    ''NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THE CIRCUIT COURT seconds E 42.20 feet to JECTIONS NOT SO FILED .1of\\, Written objections or OF 8RADFORD COUNTY IN AND FOR 2' Eoat.. dlord coon'

    REGISTER FICTITIOUS EIGHTH JUDICIAL XCIR- said South' boundary WILL BE FOREVER BAR.1Li ..... Comments 0" this ap' FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, ty Florida. ,
    NAME CULT 'IN AND FOR BRADFORD thence !S i 89 degrees 08 RED.Publication 4, 5 plication may b. flied CIVIL ACTION N0 FLORIDA DATED this 2Sth dog of '

    Pursuant to Section COUNTY, minutes I II). seconds W of this' li j I, ,'. .' with' the Governing 8 4 ::2 3 2 CASE //'IQ." B3.480 CA .Jun.. 1484.
    FLORIDA. \ along said South boundary Notice has begun on :28 : d bA, ..,:' Board Df the Suwonnee ,.1, "
    Florida Statutes,
    865 09, June 1984.Attorney' River Attorney (for Plaintiff,
    21.13 feet thence 5' yt' Water Manage- IN RE CITY CONSUMER SER
    CASE NO. 14-62 : The Marriage Of
    Is
    notice hereby given L. JOSEPH HOFFMAN
    FLORIDA ,,TITLE MORTGAGE 00 degrees 56 minutes 42 E'. m.nt Dlltrl t. Route 3. JOHN G SCHAK VICE OF FLORIDA. INC.. .
    the t Drive
    'that undersigned for Personal 1541 SlIn.et
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    BOil
    64. live
    Oak FL Hu.band '
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    COMPANY seconds W 44627 fe t. t ; etc.. \ T ,
    a
    Frank H Brown, Jr. sole Suite 202
    Representative: ,. untll7/16/1984. t "',
    ,2060 "
    thence and I Plaintiff. :
    owner,, doing; businessunder1 Florida corporation N 77 degree'05 TOMLINSON & BROWN. ;' ,1. ... 1 IIchg 6/28 JO SCHAK Wife V.. '' ,:v J. ,''CoroIGabl"FL331 :I
    "' the/ firm 'home of Plaintiff vs. / minutes 17 second t "P.A. ;" i'". 'i : 1 Telephone I ; ,,
    ; ,/ ", it'r t TOMMIE CASON, JR. and r : .1 i,''' t
    jt S/W Discount, Ports:; RC DANNY LEGGITT and 981.48 feet to said Nor I'.0. Drawer 40 'i ; '" ........ ((3o5)5Mf9) ,, ,
    CHARLENE .T C"SON rl,
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    3,. Box 335, Starke, FL ,ANN M. LEGGITT Defen thweiterly right of way Stark, Florida 32091 u'Telepkone:904964.8272 '1' his wile. .:, '" Clerk clrcult;i Court

    3209) (Intends ,' ,to'. dants. line 267.40 feet to the ( NOTICE TO: JO SCHAK 2520 Defendants( ) '- B y'; 8.utah MoodV'
    flcltious NOTICE Of SAL point of beginning. Containing By: James Tomllnsort ) 'OF APPLICATION Deputy Clerk
    register name Brl.rwood Drive,
    'Wi
    Notice Is hereby; giventhat 10.00 acres mora PersonalRepresentative' 61282tchg705"Albony
    under the aforesaid, GA 31705. NOTICE OF SALE .
    I.... .
    or On 6/19/198
    : pursuant to an I GRIF
    ) ,
    statute. YOU NOTIFIED.
    ARE .... f' r
    Dated this.7th day of order or a final judgmentof As set forth In the WILLIAM R. BROOKS ,-FIN INDUSTRIES. INC that an action for NOTICE-tS HEREBY ; ? .
    entered In Order of the Final Judgment 4691 Autumn Wood '" :' "PO 80X J. HAMPTON,' '
    foreclosure .
    GIVEN
    Dissolution of to a .
    June, 1984,: In Bradford. ',, Marriage pursuant .. .
    County. the above captioned action ; of Foreclosure. Way : i FL:320: mode opplica has been filed and you Final Judg.M.nt 'of' ,

    6/7 4tpd 6/28, I will sell the property Gilbert 3. Brown, Clerkof Tallahassee Fl 32303: I tlon for water use permit are required to serve 0 \Foreclosure dated June. '.,
    6/28 7/05
    .*- situated In Brad the Circuit Court 2tchg ( 2.64.00307 for on copy of your ,written 1984. entered In Civil : ,
    '
    ford County, Florida, By Beulah Moody, Deputy i.... i i I average dolly defenses, If It on Case No. 83.480 CA of "," o
    NOTICE OF INTENTION described as; Clerk ; withdrawal .of 0.1050 petitioner JOHN G. the Circuit Court of the, 'i-'L'. ;.. ''M

    TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS. Begin at the Intersection 6/21 2tchg 628k IN THE FOR CIRCUIT COURT '/ million gallons per do)', SCHAK' ;J21 Bullet T.r. Eighth JudlcClI! Circuit In .''i 'j .' r +
    <; '\ \ BRADFQRQCO 'IIi n '
    NAME' ; of the Easterly right- U N 'I 1vdPc 'J'' i> $'' ;;. ;
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    Pursuant"1q : ,. 'af.way line of Seaboard .PUBLIC "NOTICE '.If,If,i Ii: FLORIDA I s>...n.w .car fSTAN'S ;

    865.09, Florida Statute, Coast Line ftallroad and The, Bradford County 'PR08ATEDIVISION' r. ',',': '. '. '
    notice Is hereby given the Northerly right-of. School Board Starko' .'File Numbr 84-53-CP ,

    that ';undersigned i l way line of Lawtey and Florida, will hold a Public ", 'r"f"Lk" ",if''' BOOTERY, ,;

    Douglas; S. Miller sole Middleburg Rood and Hearing on a Proposed IN RE: ENat*of < "

    Owner doing business run Easterly along said leas Agreement between WALTER ALBERT DAVIS. E. Call Street Downtown Starke

    under the firm name of Northerly right-of-way the Bradford County .Deceoted.; :. i j ,

    Lawtey Auto Sales, Rt. 1, line 179 feat; thence run School Board and the NOTICE'Of "

    Box 1086, Lawtey. FL North and parallel with Job Service of Florida.' ADMINISTRATION ; s :{"''t Game Out of Business Sale

    :32058 Intend.to aforesaid The Agreement will be
    Easterly right. The administration of ,
    register said' flctltlo"u.nom. of-way line a distance of for the us. of office the estate > of WALTER I, I CONTINUES!
    under the 100 feet thence In the Bradford- '
    ; run space ALBERT DAVIS deceased :,
    aforesaid statute. Westerly and, parallelwith Union Vocational- fife; Numht
    ...
    Dated this fourth day the> aforesaid Northerly Technical Center by the ,8 .53.('. I Is pending' In t,. 'Women's Nurse Mates

    of June 984! In Bradford. right-of-way line Job Service of Florida.: the Clrcullj Court, for ,I r -."
    Ir0 <
    County ,179 feet: thence run This Public Hearing will Bradford i Courlty'J; ; Soft Spots )r

    6/7 4tpd 6/28 '*,Io '" South along Easterly be heidJune,, 28 984.at I'I"rldoProbot., Division (, ,15.00 .
    ," ,' Tan Black Navy Taupe "" _. -' ,
    light bf-way line a 7 p.m., in the School the :address of '
    NOTICE OF ELECTION distance of 100 feet to ,Board Room of the County which i I. Bradford County "Y r $33.99 :

    I I. GEORGE FIRESTONE; the point of beginning, School" ,Board Administrative Courthouse, Starke, + OJ ::22.00
    of State of the ,
    Secretary Florida The ,
    ; ; also being the Westerly Offices, 58i names
    State of Florida: do addresses of the 'and1' .
    notice 179 feet of Lot 7, TOWN North Temple Avenue,
    hereby give that a sonal representative ,
    ,OF LAWTEY, East of Stark., Florida.. .
    GENERAL ELECTION will I the personal represenf' '
    ,Railroad;!, according to Thomas I. Casey Jr., .
    Bradford tatlve' *
    be held In attorney are set
    '''mop of plat thereof In Superintendent of Bradford .
    ,County, State of Florida, forth below"v.. ;-
    Plot Book 1, page 6;all In County SchoolS All Interested n
    the First Tuesday person"
    on Section 23 :Township ''S' 6/21 2tchg 6/28 ___ 'f
    ,after the First Monday in are required to file with i h il}
    NovV; : ;AD.. 1984 the'saldTuasdaf ', South, Rang 22 East IN THI CIRCUIT COURT this court,WITHIN THREE ."-*+; vrHdni, *' All Women's
    the At public sale, to th.hlilhe.t MONTHS OF THE FIRSTSPUBLICATION \
    being and best bidder FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Of' Dress Shoes' 'Children'sWestern .
    ,Sixth Day of "Nov.,tQ "H r. ; PROBATE 't, .
    FLORIDA claims'' '
    front NOTICE ((1 oil .
    for cash, at the en- : > \ Now Reduced Boots
    or retain the,following. : dranc of" the Bradford DIVISION. against the' estate and ,\: to

    officesr County Courthouse In File Number 4-41 CP ,((2)) any objection, by an, ..'4Interested ,$ '
    President and; Vic* Stark*, Florida between Division FII. No. 1-3556 'person; to\:? ;f Group Men's $15 00 $500 1'885l'
    UnitedState. .
    President pfthe. II 00 : and 2.00 IN Uli ESTATE Of whom ,this {notice 'vW!**? r
    : a m p.m.
    ., .;i off, July 17, 1984. GEORGE KOPELOUSOS.. mailed that, 'challengesp):I Western Boots I
    1R.pr..ntatlv.l,; Cory Deceased the of the will, '' t
    validity ,
    '.,' \ Clerk of Circuit Court I It' '):
    gr... for the 2nd congressional '., By Beulah Moody, Depur NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATION ,, she qualification of the. :'\{. Laredo, Dingos, Acme

    District. ; Clerk personal ,representative, .' j;*. Values '72.99S35.00

    RETENTION''of': twO'" ty 6/28 The administration of 'venue, ,or |uisdiction.ofs.,:: !;"
    6/21
    '-Juetlce'i:' of the Ftorida"Si .. 2tchg ... ; the estate of GEORGE the count 'ANO' fiiJ\ >:
    pr.me Court.RETENTION KOPELOUSOSdeceas ALL CLAIMSDEMANDS 7 f' ,ro,
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    of three NOTICE OF INTENTION NOT SO FILED I a;W ,<
    ed. File; Number 84.61 '
    .
    District TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS WILL, BE FOREVER BAit Rt"( i',
    Judges of ,the' '
    CP. 1* pending In the Circuit
    ,, '
    RED. ._
    NAME
    Court of, Appeal. Firsts, Court for Bradford h
    \:
    '
    Publication' of. thltl :/
    Pursuant toSection
    Appeltat, Court( pittrlct ; Florida. Probate ; t
    C ; '
    unty Notice hos \ r
    665,09, Florida 'Statutes, begun 'on ;
    Circuit Court;: "Judge*. '' gAttorney : i
    Oivisfon'th.!; address of June 28. ,1'1.l ..... '( ,
    : I 1. hereby given
    Eighth Circuit.",Group, ;notice which Is Post Office Box.B. for Jf t _
    PersonalRepresentative f
    that the undersigned, .f
    ,
    on. through five: Stark, FL 32091. The .,' : ,
    ; f. : \
    ,"" County Ca'ur, Judges Daniel McKinney sole ''nom.. and'' addresses of ':, { ,
    t ;VH :
    Harvey f. Baxter I ,
    none. owner, .doing business the personol'repres.nk PO.Box776I* : 'I, I ... : Good Quantity 21'Pair of Tony Dorsett 6
    under the firm of 0 s'
    name
    ,I Public Defender* Eighth" I I'Sat.IIi..V., F O. ,tallve and,th* 'personalr.pr.sentafive'i Gaineevtth, F(+ 326 ';:F" of Fresh 'New Football or Baseball .1. r'\
    : (
    Circuit. "
    attorney Telephone : P 1v' (
    Slat Bow B9: ,Starke, Ft, '904377.70361a' ; ,
    Eighth
    Attorney
    forth'
    'are set V.i Women's Shoes Cleats t
    3309r, Intends to '
    Circuit: f. below, ,.P.rsonof J ::1'1

    State 5.iatoqtorvh.following ; register said' ?fictitious. All Interested. person Representative: ':" t on Our Table ..
    'name''und.r $7.REDUCED 88 "
    the c
    1\'hna\( +orlalDI.trlrts' 'or* required to file with' MILDRED O DAVIS .k"

    ; FIve y4';/A' ) ."':: .lor..olI'"atut. this court,'WITHIN THREE' ., P.O. Bea i160'' 5 $1'0' .!IVafu.es
    Dated IhiSISthday'OfJune -'
    lie Waldo,
    Members" Sta.' MONTHS 'OF, :THE FIRSTPUBLICATION Florida l,
    "House''i'C of j; fie"ir.n' 199Vlrt" Bradford',. OF ,THIS! e/28: 2tchfl 7/0 r 1 ,
    County, ... 'e ta *30" ,
    totlyes.orfth!* following, .t.{
    NOTICE: ((1J' all, claim .r
    6/21 4iprf712IN y r
    :House '(.;tr'icts? ?)32r, )0 r.. I agalnsr'th' *,, estate and: NOTICE' :. f' tick J

    Clech pftlhe<}< ", ',drcult; '; THE CIRCUIT' COURt., ((2)),'any objection, ,,' an OF? APPLICATION! I A.,,I' \ +

    Court," >; '' ySherMf Of,, FLOROA..IIGHTH, .lnt.,*std p.r.on', >i'",: d.' r

    .. .' JUDICIAL CHKTUtT., ''IN'", 'whom thisnotice wee On ,6j18/191Wr-; DEPT':' ''' :Band ;
    'J. ,\ Shoes !
    Property Appro)*.* :AND. Kt ,' MAOFOHO. :mailed : that challenge Of GENERAL 'SIIt\lIC. ;$,:' n IIGirls

    ,:Tax Collector / cCO NTY.CA/N.i,8/. the validity 'of th*'will,'' DIVJ'OP'SURPLU51'PERTY '. ..t $ 5 4 ,
    at. 4, Box tSlb.WJ '
    5upeclnterr' '; 19
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    District CIVIL ACTION' ;thel'q"allf\c..tlon': \ ot'thepersonal' .
    '
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    ,d.nf. ot School. ,, ," STARKE. Fl :3RIil91r'mocW ,W,. Styles *' Men's I
    ROMT, J. :HUNT .nd* reprosentonv.Svenue epplicatlan for water us.f'Ii' ., Many "
    Supervisor+ of (Elections, ,GBAC A. NUN|. Plain. ," sir jurisdiction of' permit 284.Q 27' for a taverage i Dress Shoes *'22frum 94 11IIII.. k

    Members, of the 8ootdo1 tI/f.?ve.ROBERT. the courtsALLACLAiMS ; dolly1'withdrawal' ', Boys
    County Cotr'>m|.4 L. HAL$ Y'' endMANCV ; AND OBJECTIONS : All," '0.0020''million )',?, Jarman. Wrangler,' Stacy

    sloner J*. DutflelS\!; 'An..; I. HAU.'ond'tha' ) NOT SO FILED''WILl gallon per'; day,., v +',.

    three"' ,flvi Un| ." Stele of Be FOREVER BAR. ,from ground wet vR; :

    .', Mpmbpts' "'el' Jh..v l\America,, ecWs g tti...uhts ' located In .Section- .ft fi i 'from $17'1 U p', "J., .
    "
    gE0Puubhg : ,
    District School Board. F AMMWS HOMC A V : : ) it' I e( :this Township Q7;''h SA aw' ?" k "

    \t'7(1Nstrlcts, '(: ),hr*..'foxf.1 It's' 'A\d'-,MJtWHATW*''r' .\tnl.' .*a' ,I;, 'stance; 'r hat,,begun "on f '2'l""' ; -i:,1 'J.. :; ,', ,\{. J.t, ,, 'Ments.Safety Toe Safety Toer
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    -\ Bradford Soil 1. Water, Ssslpas Bpertas.td'"ef :'Jurt*,2i; .194 -" '< < ** ,'; ,County, PloHofc 1 ,, J,' J e; I'''.. ,. .
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    Blueberries are bursting out all over in Bradford and Union counties, weighing
    down the bushes on roadside farms in the area as farmers scramble to pick the
    luscious fruit which is now at the peak of production. I
    Roadside "You-Pick" farms seem to be the most popular way : for local
    blueberry lovers to get their supplies for use in everything from putting up
    preserves to sprinkling on top of a bowl of cereal In the morning.
    "We're having a good year for blueberries here and I'm finding that more pea I
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    down and have never looked better, but said the word is.still getting out to. the :
    pickers who come to his farm looking to fill their own baskets. I
    "This year's crop looks real good," Arnold said as he looked over the heavily
    laden bushes covering his farm. "We haven't seen the big crowds yet this year to
    pick them but sometimes it takes a while for the word to get around." t

    II y Louise Hightower, owner of Lou-Anne's Blueberry Farm .in Starke-s.1Ys the :
    ; i i'P P I} rl cold spell early in May helped the berries this year.

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    Square Dancing... Beginning In June square dancing will be held the second and A Welghtwatcher Club... ..s'b.ind held In Slarke' on Monday night qt 6:30 p.m fall 1. .* >' '
    fourth\ Thursday of.each month at 8 p.m. ot the Masonic Lodge In Starke. corner of Peggy, Register 1-264-4155 for more Information.' ...t.1tt/M Call and Orange St. Caller >I. Jim Duncan. Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing. 'I' i 1,7'u i 1";' V ", '.." .,''f i'r
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    Melrose TOPS The weight reducing club meets each Tuesday at 9:30: a.m. at the Ellam, ,< ,. \ ., '"
    Sweet Ad.lin.s... This woman' barbershop music group meet each Monday at 7:30: Baptist Church In Mejrose. C (t'I.I 't;\," >-T5*' <" \ kV.ii j \ ',, ., ';,." /' d" ,"! I i. ,
    p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Women ,Interested In singing four part harmony ,i '.h* -'Il"f to' : p \
    : or. Invlt.d to visit. So 4,;;''' .;, .lake Butler;TOPS Tak. Off Pounds S.nsblyClub meet each Thursday evening at 6:30 ,;
    ', **t *i p.nv at the Faith Baptist Church on 1 1200 S. 1 12th St. In Lak. Butler For furth.r information Tegi'pli .
    trinity Episcopal Church.; .. Meeting ir.Id'.acit week In the Parrlsh House Include: call Linda Durham ot 4963384. ,. .!:?,"... .
    Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday ot 7 p.m. .
    Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.m. Th. Florida State Mus.um... ,jj I ,
    .'B ownl.. meet Monday ot 3 p.m. : :+1'tq.. :;'. y..r ; ""' 't' VThe/ Gainesville mus.um,,f.atur.e a Florida cave,' five'Florfda.co.yst.rn".,', the Hall '
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    Boy's Chorister meef Wednesday night or'7 i p.m. I' oJ' 'J"} Saturday;:,Tuesday open till 9 p.m.j: t-3p.m! Sunday and, .holiday. Located on: thq car-.-' ., stafferwin&two
    < -1'* '''v- :$K': : i ,:' ne".of Newell Drive/ and Museum Rood at the University of Florida (ampUI'j"h Aryk'>> .
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    Hippodrome Film Club ,feature* a variety of .films of q contemporary- nature eacft'' <;.more' Information' 'c'all the,B.H." Center,., at. 964-4210.. '**, "Kil"d! ; ; 1: ,! 'J, .I, .' .. .
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    High School cafeteria.Junior classes will b. held from 6:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m.and, senior .t.( ,,, 13'\Fee\ : $T pet,,clasi.'.Babysitting service soon to"be avai yablelt, .Information! call the ," i >"; .,. I I Ir
    classes from 7:30 8:30 Coll 473-3964 for more Informatlon. t yr ,B.H. Center of 964-4210, ? ,.' .' Nl. '
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    and 7:30 p..r; and on Tuesdays and Thursday at 5:30: p.m.*at the Keystone H.Ighls1Woman Aerobic Clones, ore being offered' in Lake Butler or* Monday, and Thursday afternoons *- it w. : ; ,
    ' at 5:15: )In-room 136B at S : 'Falt964.5078 for Info, ." ., {II '/. M > rt. f. : .aI
    Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. f" 'i: .J- .".*" p.m. UnionCounty High Thooi ; ."', \. /'I-J' ;
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    behind the tennl courts on Pratt Street In Storke.'"'w ,"' S <* "'C M' >*/ .' vfiperlmental ." ." ",.'..,,' .' :.h't''!...j. .." ., ;,MarkFrie, _v' ? ,

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    Aircraft Association... The group meets and discusses aircraft, each ,, : "" I '" t', : n t''b'p' t 7, r
    Sunday'at 4:30: p...., at Kenn-Aire on the north side;'of.fh.'Gainesville-! Regional, Airport ". ; S- ; ,.t' .M Gb ,1, ;: :', Brad/nrd CouWT i Airplane buff w.lcom. Coif 377.5822 for Information.' '<-J.,. \..'.". t ; Old Fashioned Fourth The Lak.Butler! VFW post Is planning anold fashioned.Fourth ot I :,, 'winner at the 19& Florida Press Association Better Newspaper Contest Which
    ... ( ;v July et the Lakeside Community Center (lake Butler beginning at 4 p.mt r" '
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    Tentative plane Include polif leol speeches, same and a community pi nlc'. Definite; The contest is the largest: of its kind in thq"nation'With; more,than 300
    Keystone Nlghtowl Night version of Homemoker Club meet second Tuesday of plan or* for a'4$ minute firework display to begin at 9:30 peat Everyone f1 I welcome'' newpapers competing and it is very unusual for anyone to receive more than

    each month at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church In Keystone. '' to come and join in this patriotic celebration. .,. 5 one award. Even more unusual is the fact that This is the.first/ ,competition! 01.this

    Keystone Height key Scout Troop 10S "; .. "'at Keystone'> United'MethcK/ist: : Church -1 1 Bas Tournament 'Is 'being "'planned for'the morningbf: (he-Fourth;;;of; jury; < lri I take.' .There kind Friedlin... IS categories has ever under enl red which, stories. can be. entered M' "h nd.a..t4tal. r; of IS>

    .ach Tuesday:' "night from 7,30.9:\ pl.m. t .' f 1 ',? ;' ,ks Butlei.. :Tentative plans;,.... for' the tournament',to. b glrnat>, 4....."" 9nd.nd'around' first place awards. : ""
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    "ueslie C........., a program; offering pool/( 'II.cl'e. (lor'fitness;; ; ..or. scheduled' at 4"J l ,- sS I. 1.1 .-*1 [< ., I n p.m. and i p.m through the 'ra<1forcl. Ha.pHal. Centerfor Health and Fitness The'J i iclausewill :" :.i" : ,' J "> \
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    'August 10. ;The classes ore taugbt by certified Sovlpg lnstructor '" 't 1//1 + ,.a ory on County personal
    'pvero.lt; bod( Conditioning and aerobic benefit*. !>$$''* ff '", /!::',"" f .v''' t .. : 1 44. ;.y'!' ;>..1'ii: i'I", I,\' JI. f;'#. Hove Lo itf ;lass 1) In >, | !by Mon4aysat S '"'. and we con If,Irt ,
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    .., will continue through July'' 13 and will begin again on )uly 16 for 6 week ,;/ ( wilt b.Included ion requvtl' ,.WJ must ask rhot you' keepthem a* concise, I' Friedlin !has been writing naWS, features and sports fur TIM Bradford CounI -

    The fee for.the si-week session I is $25 prereglslration' : +d$3o? !OF'the' door Call'the/ possible. ? S ?.T.eU'Krep'*. :The l-nfe*,Kuala/ Monitor/'*on4 th B-Svtlicn tor ifawMMt four
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    ;' :\ .. ,::1' was a big day for Rob Morford
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    : < ; ii;.: of Morford's ordination.It swimming and diving around the R
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    ,8. the large church's history and church Morford was ordained by the
    ,'i W'fj' _ 't. Clay county deputies had to assemble services at the church Sunday ..
    'in the front of Poston's house to of more than 250 members.of the local ..-. -- .. I::;
    ,,' direct traffic, an extra lot( was openedUp congregation. ,"
    for parking and former Clay Coun- Morford is a 1972'graduate of the .
    '. ty Commissioner Hank Bruning couldbe University of Florida and a 1983
    seen driving a trailers full of peo- graduate of Rhema Bible College in r ; ;
    ple behind his tractor down( to the Tulsa, Oklahoma. ;! : I \
    festivities being held lakeside. Morford is currently serving as \ .w..FSS:: ; : !
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    A'., ... Poston, as is his custom,donned hischef's youth minister at the Community' : :
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    (Top left) These kids enjoyed fun in fit your needs.
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    (Top right) Just when you thought Hospital stay necessary No abortions performed Sales,. Services & Supplies Op All Major Brands ...131 N..Cherry St", .. .

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    61 cases scheduled beforeThlg dismissed. cost. ',' Bell unlawful speed' fined $64. I
    George H Pierce on June 18. Ronnie Lee Frazier no valid driver Jeffrey Blake, Jackson: 'allowing Itichard Roy Fuller allowing! Ib
    Allowing. cases received final license, pay $25 cost and produce unauthorized person to dr.lve; unauthorized person to drive, $as
    license or pay $50. dismissed. cost! .
    Harmon Vasco Underhill, Jr. driving Juanita May Cloud no valid driver Caol K. Looney driving wtiielicense \ Gwen Gleen no valid driver license, b '
    while Intoxicated, fined $$281.50, license, fined $55.25 Salvation Army suspended ,or revoked! fined ": fined $55,2S.Gleen B G tlm
    Salvation Army supervision for six supervision 60 days. 11175. ,i' failed to drive within a single
    months, license suspended six months Jesse Cleveland Hunter driving Willie Lee Davis driving whileP'!lane, cost $3S.
    must attend driving while Intox- while license suspended or revoked, license suspended or revoked, 'lined, '<,;f Harley Johns driving while license Ae
    icated (DWI school, ,50 hours com- pay $15 cost. 5925. ''I'" ,,> suspended or revoked, fined $111.75.
    munity service work. Hunter improper tag, dismissed, John Allen Jones wilfulwantonreckless "i;1 Johns no tag, $23: cost.
    Richard V., Hamilton driving while Hunter ran red light, fined $59.25. driving, fined'$59.2J. f \<::;,':'',>o'"' Joseph Lazier unlawful speed, fined e Ae'
    intoxicated, fined $281.50, Salvation Robert Dewayne Godwin wilful- Thomas Lee George improper tag, $89. I .
    Army supervision, six months license wanton reckless driving, fined$59.25. dismissed $15 cost. .' '" ,,', George O. Kenney no tag $35 cost.
    suspension, 50 hours community Kelly Michael Moulton wilful- Joseph Bell, Jr.driving while '.',; Kenney license suspended or revoked -
    wanton reckless driving ".,Nt $59.25. license! Sii Of>nrt>rl nr revoked final j, $59.25. 0

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    I 'Iwo ; -week land sale mark in Bradford,tops.... S80CKOOOI.. I ; .1 ,

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    county during the past two weeks & Eileen B. Smith for $10,700 and Just & Robert J. & Agnes A Harmon for ''original town of Starke ,to Freeman t
    ;totalled $819 300. Two large sales under 20 acres In the same area to $5,000. "* Register, III for 10500. .
    1'were recorded, the property on William T., Jr. & Carol L. Gnann for George P. & Edna N. Ogletree; lot L. J. &Audrey Kite a parcel of landon 0 '
    i\-US-30180uth of $25,600. three of block Subdivision -
    \ the former Lighthouse A, Dalewood CR-225 near Sampson Lake to
    Restaurant was sold to Fried Chicken Helen Ann Pearsall an acre of land to Bobby T. & Michelle G. Smith Wayne M. & Joyce E. Salvatore for
    .',Factory, Inc. for $250,000 by Steve L. in Hampton to David Michael Pear f oSeabboard ,,' $4,400.
    .Whitehead and the New Life Temple, sall for $1,200.Donald System Railroad, Inc. Walter,Jr. &Mary L. Peek unit 9 : '
    ;,Inc. sold the Desert Isle Motel proper- E. & Lorraine two acres of land on Edwards Rd. in of Geneva Springs III a condominium 1 f''rt-ti'y'' &&& }$'
    i ty on US-301 north of Lawtey to Dan- SVt acres on Adkins St. in Stare to Starke to L. K. Whitehead for 45000. to Dorothy P, & Peter L. Klinge for 1 ft
    ed, Inc.,at Merritt Island for$215,000. John W. & Carol L. Spencer and Thomas H. & Marion F. Beaver a $61,900.
    y:; Earle W. Jones a parcel of land just Robert J. & Agnes A. Hamon for parcel of land on SR-230 east of Starketo Salvatore P. & Evelyn M. Varl sold
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    :ricers were among 56 law enforcement hear other decertification cases in a as being decertified was William W. contraband. Adjudication of,guilt ,
    '' officers statewide decertified or few months, said Fred Schneyer, a Eckler, 60, who worked at Union correctional was withheld and he was placed on '
    denied certification by a criminal spokesman for the Florida Department Institutio in Raiford for five years probation. aJ 'J
    ",justice standards commission Thurs of Law Enforcement. three years until he resigned in $ r{
    day. In 40 other cases, the 16-member 'January 1983 amid an official 'in Sherilanne Stevens, 30, who workedat i
    j The Criminal Justice Standards commission ordered suspensions of vestigation into "parole selling." In-> UCI for a year until she resigned in i
    and Training Commission heard administrative varying lengths. In six instances, officers vestiators recorded a meeting in May 1982 was also decertified. In October I k if f
    charges against 96 pea voluntarily gave up their certification which Eckler was given $500 for 1982 whe was found guilty of it
    jple.,: A day earlier, subcommittees a state requirement for parole by an undercover officer. He .manslaughter and sentenced to 25 1 & 1 1.I t
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    (\ was arrested June 24 and charged lord County was arrested June 21 ar id .icated, according. Sgt Wayne' .I 'I ,,
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    the law enforcement officers. the patient. start taking care or the unconscious ;,.''rescue unit was called to assist in REASONABLE RATES ;.
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    was found unconscious'at Faulkner arrive another' patient from the Police officers Paul Rhoden Gainesville. The Keystone Rescue SINCE 1969. I. !
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    responded, picked up the patient for, hospital after being kicked by a horse. provide lights for the helicopters to ''1'four miles west of Keystone, just past 2
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    ,: "''', bullet wounds to her arms,:.Their two-;, Coleman .facps !three .possibly life ',!
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    been charged with,grand theft- .,,.mlner..sorflc., '' ,"/ ,,', ..... i
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    auto and were being held in Indianaby The man was identified as-Frank '.
    ':. ., .: In 18-year-old'' Melrose! youth was local authorities. Other.charges ,.John Karpicky,57;.after a skull found ''T
    bitten by a five foot rattle snake in the are pending" against Thomas and in some woods near Waldo was compared .. 1
    :, \. CHRONIC & DIFFICULT CASES woods near the Yo-Tech in Starke Lamonte, said Bennett. to Karpicky's X-rays.'.Doctors
    Monday afternoon while working on a The 1983 Ford Ranger pickup truck, said> Karpicky. could have died
    ,'LJ; HEADACHES land surveying crew. < > belonging to Barbara E.:Thomas;was anytime In the last month but said it
    NERVOUSNESS Rodney Daughtery and another left parked in front of the apartments was unlikely foul play was involved. 'J
    PAINFUL JOINTS worker were walking in the woods for a'short time the evening of June .According to a worker at a f
    when he was struck in the calf 15. The truck, owned by Barbara E.!: Gainesville funeral home, where the ju{
    LOSS OF SLEEP Daughtery Was taken to' 'Bradford Thomas,was driven by her daughter. remains were taken. Karpicky had '
    NECK, SHOULDER & ARM PAIN Hospital where he'was treated In the When the driver,of the truck returnedshe come to Gainesville to receive treat-
    NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARM$ emergency room and then hospitalized found the truck missing but ment at the Veteran's'. Administration. ,I,
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    Daughtery is in stable condition, :did not report it missing until,the next, I, :' :
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    The' truck.and the two men were ,
    MOST INSURANCE PLANS located, and will be returned to Starke Cylist' Seriously. -, 'f

    a COVER CH'ROPRACT'CAutoAccldellt&Whlplah 1 Starke Police Return and this Bennett.week by Captain W. 'S. Rhoden Injured, in Accident'" It'

    Union. Insurance Worker' Comp Qi -'he-Job tnu| l.J Bly* Crow : Two Men and Pickup Edward Lee.Hart,30,driving a 1980
    " Matter Medical Plant,. Medicare Etc i'' ', From Indianopolis ,Lawtey Man.Sentenced Kawasaki;. ,received a fractured

    : i! ,f Two men who took a pickup truck For Drug,Charge and femur ho when was ejected his cycle June was IT wrecked south. of "
    I 473-3604' :1 from the Southern Villas have been Carl Edward'((pee Wee) Griffis Jr. Starke. .
    located in Indianapolis, Indiana and of Lawtey was sentenced Monday Hart 'was taken by Rescue 7$ to ;,
    are being returned, to Starke this June 25, in Bradford County.Circuit Bradford Hospital' then transportedby
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    Keystone Hvlght Florida 32654: Ricky Bennett. grams of cannabis 'Hospital, according to'Emergencies!; f
    Judge Elzie Sanders sentenced 'Supervisor Cliff;: Chapman and :
    Griff to 12 months in the county jail Paramedic" :01110'Neal. .
    which ,is no additional Jail time Hart. vas southbound on CR-18 and 5
    because Griffis is in a federal prisonin failed to observe it.was a ,dead 'end / .
    Tallahassee. The local sentence is :road..The front tire of the cycle struck \
    SPECIAL to run concurrent "with' a. federal. 'a cement post that was lying on the '
    CELEBRATION SALE sentence he is now serving. ground, (The dead end sign and reinforcement -
    Griffis had been placed on proba- were*down from a privous .,
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    counterfeiting arrest'September, The cycle went off the roadway Into '
    ,Your number one Chrysler Product Dealer1' In North 8. 1983 for possession caused hat probation a field where the driver was ejected.The .
    Florida for 45 years has just been presented,Yfith' qth revoked and he ,was sent to cycle came to rest' on its sidebeneath'some
    prison Feb. 1, ,1984r to serve the re trees, according to
    of the highest service awards given by Chrysler' porp.;; mainer of his'seven ,year sentence Trooper D. F, Peseta.' f

    The Custom Satisfaction Honor Roll,. and the coveted (six years,nine.months), 'Damage to the 'Kawasaki was
    1938 1984 $1,000.Hart was charged with. i
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    commitment td quality! service, to customer! satisfaCtion -. arrested on, charges of disorderly: in- Brooker Man Arrested
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    We intend to continue our winning tradition ;with a -. officer following a scuffle with Andrew Jackson ,Knight,,, 28_ iof i(

    special sale! \& 4 JLit JL ..nHil1 .. i. 'BrookerwansrrestedwIwUe charged' with disorderly conduct. 82 and,' according 't j !

    'slrficliriA!bead; to' Marshall Tommy! Hauler'son. L,1 Deputy Eugene Lee received: a head '*, '> jc r '
    NEW 1984 PLYMOUTH'C'OIlT ---- injury requiring five stitches when he I Knight was arrested In Shadys Oak
    --r- and Lt. John Dempsey' answered a 'Subdivision where he was causing a
    r disorderly intoxication complaint disturbance. Knight was released on
    Monday at 'the' Underwood Motel a f 50 cash, bond. "" *,'; ''r.1
    as low as north of Starke on US-301. The scuffle
    occurred as the deputies approached
    Tony. Henderson for questioning. Two Arrested
    $ Henderson is being held In' the 'On Pot ChargeA
    Bradford County Jail with bond for ;
    156 PE38 Alr J 10 and much morel\ arrested two Bradford County men I
    M0a June 21 for possession of less than 20 i
    Remains of Body grams of cannabis.,' > '
    OOLORIVLIAM' Identified SkullThe Cory Randall Brown,22,and Walter I .
    NO DOWN PAYMENT; ,44 mo. Mood wd MUM plut 14. ( _; by ,', Jordan Paddelford 20, were arrested "
    bilMd art 1S.OOO mllM Mr' yur, vrttM wormy 'I
    ndapoait pfu* flrit month paynMnt raqulnd onMlvryr remains of a body found June according to Trooper R. E. Williams. j
    < All'III cpprovod or* 'as those,of a Daytona Beach man.. <'Brown and Paddelfprd were\ released i
    Foul. play 'Is not' suspected in?the after",surety .bonds were posted. I t
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    L::T:1 NIW 1984. MODEL :t"It'?:'\,\ ,' ". : '- Olbiiuiaries: .. .." : I Hi

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    Mat taik( "'\'. r.. Scott F.Logsdon' : Starke,' died Wednesday, June 2Or in I
    speed, air conditioning; power It:. Airman Scott Flint Logsdon, -21. Alachua : : General, Hospital,<. I
    windows tilt steering, stereo, 'P"- 1st only. 'A ': formerly of Keystone Heights died; Gainesville, following a long illness.
    #B213. ,\ Thursday morning June 21 in Baptist Born in Ashland Ala.;Mrs. Grimes
    .. .. \ ..' Hospital, Pensacola. from 'injuries -: moved to this area,ten years ago from I
    received. In an.automobile accident -' Jacksonville. She was, a registered :
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    nurse and ;j graduate of the Henry I
    ; ;; Born' I n'St rlte. Airman Logsdon'had Grady Hospital School of Nursing in. :
    been stationed at Eglin Air Force Albany G.; was a Elkette in the- .i
    1984 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER. Base for the past two year* as an Airman -, Starke Elks; Lodge and a member of
    First Class with the U.SAir the Avondale Baptist Church In.Jacksonville. .f
    Force and he was a member-the ., :
    : First Baptist Church ',of Keystone Survivors include, her husband..
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    ,6th AVENUE" Heights. H.E."Simon"; Grimes of Sterke; two
    ', Funeral services-were'held Mon- brothers, Grady Glenn of Lake City j
    ,7'. day, June 28. at,2 p.m. In the First ,and M.P. Glenn of Winter Haven; one
    ,Baptist Church:, Keystone Heights sister, Mrs.,Fannie Money of Haines .
    < \S" ONLY :; with Rev. Charles VanZant and Rev.; City;" and; ..several! .nieces and
    Jack Wingate officiating. Burial was ,nephews.Funeralservice
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    : in Keystone Heights Cemetery with' C were held at 2
    J full military honors under the direc- p.m. on Saturday June 23, at
    tion of Jones Funeral Home, Cypress grave ide' with Rev. Michael L.:
    J4i37TA St.,& Hwy: JOG, Keystone Heights., Holland officiating. Burial was in
    Riverside Memorial Park. Jacksonville
    ,rs.sara, G.'Glllnes'Mrsg under the direction of?Jones

    """ii Sara Glenn! Grimes!, 77,- of' Funeral Home.Q( Keystone Heights. .

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    fi NOTICE CARS & TRUCKSIS FOR SALE FOR SALE 4I I


    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submItted IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 Readers. .
    : to the Bradford County through the U.S. Government? Get the BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES 7823172... FRANKLIN WOOD HEATER Open front
    I
    facts today I Call ((312)) 742-1142, Ext. Lawtey. 2/23 tfn never been used $275. 964-7512 days
    T.I.groph office In writing and paid In
    t 6O9. 5/31 EOW 7/12 BEAUTIFUL new wood constructed 12 x 6/14 tinCOLOR Th. 4th of July fallson ruJiUCJiJr
    unless cr.dlU, ,
    )' advance olr.odyestablish.d 20 building. Big window., large door, TV) $99 and Next a this
    with this off ic.. 1975 CHRYSLER CORDOBA) $1200. call up. to Starke Wednesday r
    florescent lighting, work bench. Ask Truck Stop south of Starke. rj
    9648212.
    9645318.621 6/28
    2tpd
    THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD y.ar..So we ask that t
    about or other options. $1393. Will 11/24 tfn
    RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 178 BUICK SKYHAWKi Good condition, all .REALTCECELlAA.
    deliver. We finance. Call 284-3007: after MOBILE HOME ads and any ortlcl '
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ,V-6, PS. AT. 431.1050.6/21 2tpd 6/28 SUPPLIESt Windows I .
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    THE TELEPHONE. 1912 DODGE RAMPAGE TRUCK Front 5 284 0732. 6/7 4tchg 6/28 doors, plumbing and elec. supplies; .. (social sport ,

    '; Classified deadline is TUESDAY FWD; 4-speed: clean. 40,000 miles. USED FT. 2 light (florescent fixtures, $5 also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER 1. or oth.r hard new) .. PHONE 964.7776
    each. Discount for large quantities, call mil. South of Starke. 3/01 tin
    $4500.964.151. Itchg 6/28
    NOON, prior to Thursday publication. b. turned In to The
    Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 1974 CADILLAC DEVILLE SEDANiEx- 373.7523.614tchg 7/5 1976 NORRIS TRAVEL TRAIlERi 8x24; fully ERwiutGAR 205 N. Tempi Starke I
    ,
    LONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES U-Pick or loaded. $3700. 964-8171 after Telegraph. Monitor ,
    th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter cellent condition. 9647184. Itpd 6/28 3 p.m. -' AA ".'
    ,1976 DODGE MONACO Good condition. we pick on order. Open Mon..Sat., 8 Itpd 6/28 or The Times as soon -Special-- "
    a.m, 9 p.m. Sunday 2:30 6'30: 130 FARMALL TRACTOR
    964-6530. 6/28 p.m. Front/Rear lift
    Orlg. owner $900. .
    a* possible to Walnut.
    ensur TWO STORY ANTIBELLUM) 425
    YARD SALE Earlton area and see signs. 468.2483
    3tchg 7/12 or 3-pt. hitch, turn plow disk cultivator
    1910 DODGE ASPEN WAGON: PS PB, 473.2702.6/14 tfnchg bedders. $3500. 964-8122. i Itchg 6/28 publication In the Lovely, spacious on approx. 1 Ac. 2-car

    AC Beige. Runs good. $2415. 182.3307. PEAS, CORN, BUTTER BEANS. FORD TABLE B. 4 CHAIRSi Dark pine Ethan n.xt lfue. garag., many pecan tree Estate settlemerit. .'
    2 FAMILY' YARD SALEi Fri. C Sat Tool, AND
    HOOKS. OKRA. MARIE MELTON: Allen rocker with cushions
    ; Lazy Boyrocker
    6/28 Thank
    Itpd for
    furniture, and household Items. Manynew you your .
    1\ 964.5845.6/21 6/28
    2tpd
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    reclin.r
    Items. 315 N. Clark 5..6/28 Hpd 1980 PLYMOUTH HORIZON FASTBACK. OKRA Cantolope, watermelons, Country Clb. Road. Cooperation. This will ............
    AM FM 964-5667. 1 Itpd 6/28
    PB AC. trans.
    PS 4-speed enable '
    staffs
    the
    FRI. A SAT.i 9.6: 1103 E. Call St. Fifth 964.6528.6/21 2tchg 6/28 of the BUYER BENEFITS. READ CAREFULLY
    and louvers,
    r/window
    house on left post hcopital. Appliances radio defogger ANTIQUE HUTCH with flour sifter and BUILDING FOR SALI OR RENT 24x64. papers to put out a better
    r and TV ports, roll bar, hospital bed cast aluminum wheels. 32,000 miles 70,000 BTU Perfection Gas heater with Will Invest. South of Starke, 6 miles on Issue for you, our valued -4 lOTS .....nt. Mimosa. Beautiful, wooded. In city .

    ti rug, many other Items. Hpd 6/28 Nice car $2475. 7823307. tpd 6/28 blower. Best offer single water bed, 301 18. 6/281tpd 7/19 readers. limits. Only ".900... A rare offering.
    .. TWO DAYS-FEI. t SAT.' Clothing and 74 MERCURY COUGAR AC new tires, $60. 782-3459. 6/21 2tchg 6/28 .-. FOR RENT 3 Bft, 2 IA In country. CH&A $3SS Mo.

    I blu. (eons, household "Items, bike, runs excellent. Asking $1,000. Contact 12.6282tpd705 TOMATOES Sweet onions, melons. HOMES FOR SALE ... il COMPLETELY RENOVATEDi Cosy brick stucco on
    Motel Room
    Richard Beale at Jo-Lu H- _-. Rd. 230A. 3 BR, 1 IA. QUA. decorated.
    toward ,
    books, skates, etc. CR-16 W.st Please phone between 1 p.m. and 6 Beautifully
    Hellbron Springs. Watch for __, $31,000.
    prison. 9646454. / Itchg I
    p.m. FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FE 2
    1981 FORD CUSTOM F-IOOi 6 cyl., air.
    signs. Itpd 6/28 SILVER QUEEN CORNi the dozen SECLUDED, CHARMING unique hideaway home.
    By by
    or .
    radio radials, manual trans.. 18 MPG BR, 1 BA. 29500. Any reasonable offer
    GARAGE SALEi Saturday Jun. 30. Good the bushel. Call 964-6553 after 5 p.m.or will be considered. 964-5010. 3/08 Only 6 yrs. old. 2-story. S BR, 3'/i BA, CHftA.
    miles.
    stuff* No unk.| Car,furniture, clothing, city, 20 MPG. Hwy. 45,000 weekends. 6/28 Itpd tfn seperate office. In city limits, fish pond on 7 acres.
    Clean 6/28
    $4900. 9644979.
    baby Items, etc. 901 G.n. Drive. Itpd MOVIE CAMERA OUTFIT
    COMPLETE Have to see to believe
    CARS $200: TRUCKS $100: Now FOUR BEDROOMi Den large living roomand
    .
    (Gr..n Acres) Itpd 6/28 .
    available In your area. Call/ $200.964.6447 ltchg628SIMCO dining room. Kitchen has eat-In "NEW"Immediate .NACRES BESSENT ft FLUME RD-excellent owner
    SATURDAY. '-Zi 822 Stansbury St.
    SADDLE For
    pleasure riding.
    1-(619)S69-0241.( ) 3tpd 7/12 bar. Newly remodeled, tile bath, new Occupancy financing will sell one acre five acres or more
    Southslde School. Dlihes, blouses. 50 Beautiful markings. Used a few times.
    c.nt pock.t books, Avon, bedding, 2 VOLKSWAGENS Same price and parts. Very good condition. Looks like new. carpet and ready to move In. Nice 3 BR, 2 IA GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 250 on US'
    towels, silverware. Itpd 6/28 $350. 468-1000. Itchg 6/28 $220.' 9647512. 6/28 tfn shaded f.nc.d lot. Priced right "L"Shapd ft D Rooms 301 X 120'. Jplns old Gulf station on 301 SR-U.

    FRIDAY I SATURDAY! Jun. 29 I 30. Twin 1984 FORD F-150 PICKUPi Fully loaded. PEAS-U-PICK $5; We pick. $8. Purple 33500. Call 462.3998.af'.r. 5. n/14\ Highlighted by Stone Busiest corner In town I

    canopy bed curtains, clothes, shoes, Take over payments. Must sell. Hull, Silver Queen corn, $S. Norton', 4tpd 7/05 F'pl. 8 Coth. Cell. -SMASHING.CONTEMPOIARY. Architect Tom Ton-
    misc. Corn.r of 225 and 29 (Bay I... 964-7013. Itpd 628MOTORCYCLES 7823752. Itpd 6/28 BY OWNER, 3 BR, I Vi BA. CH/A. In Clay $54.500 nerear designed this handsome, 2-.tory, cedar, at.

    Hwy.) Several families. 9.4:30.: Itchg U-PICK PEAS. $S Bushel Starting June County. One year old. $47,900. Call VA, .HAI Canv..Terms Country Club. 2SB4 sq. ft. on 2 lots. Beaut. Insul.;

    6/28 28. Zipper Cream White Acr., etc. 6 473-7272.705RAIFORDLAKE 475-1387 or 1.259.4320.6/28 ".....31t BUILDER fir.plac. Only 3 yrs.old. SP 175000. mtg.$73,000
    2tchg
    FRI.. t SAT. Many new Items all miles South of Starke on SR 100. SE BUTLER CBS home. 3 BR, at "'//. Mo. Pmt.$498.94.
    guaranteed. Earrings, watches, rings, 46th Ave. Earl Batten, 473.3088, or Ben $1.000,000 VIEW FOR SUS.OOOi Truly magnificent
    1982 HONDA CX SOO Water cooled drive 1V BA. Util. room 1404 ft.
    garage
    what-nots, .'c. Also household Items. Loper, 473-3079. Itpd 6/28 sq. residence. 207' on Little Lake Santa Fe. 3 BR. 3'/r.
    shaft, Includes Sear. best fairing on 1 oc. $29,900. $1,500 down. Near
    1148 Clark St.. 1 blk. behind Powell'sDairy TWO COWS Call 9644916. Itpd 6/28 Don't Be AStatistic BA. 3,000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront.LAKE .
    SR-121 and Sinclair Rd. Call
    engine and trunk. Less than 8,000 By owner
    Freeze. Itpd 628BOATS BROYHill TABLE ft 4 CHAIRSi $200. Call IROOKLYNI 100 sugar whit. sand beech,
    miles. $1300 or trade for street legal .1.755-4149 or 1 755-6238., ev.nlr.gs.
    -- 964-8237 after S weekends.. :
    Itchg at
    dun. buggy. 964.8442. Itchg 6/28 or 41.000 Chimney Fires last Ideal for leisure living. $47,000 w/mtg $2t.SM.
    6/28 -IF THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHAllENGE
    WANTEDAXLES
    ., BUSINESS SOFA BED ft LAZY BOY RECLINER Full Year.$9 million damage to Roomy 3 BR, 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac At Country Club.
    set plumbers tools. Also gas pump for homeowners Don't let this .
    904 RAIFORD ROAD Comfortable, 3 Ig. BR' 2 full
    15 FT. BOAT.MOTOR TRAILER with ex- OPPORTUNITIESSOLAR 50 gal. drum. 964.6896.6/28 3tpd 7/12 TIRES Two axles and four tires happen Call to 96.c..27.you. Estimates baths, Enc. garage, scrn'd porch. fenc'd bkyard. CB

    tro. Ready to go. $1650; G.E. washer GAS STOVE Used. Apartment size Highest price paid. Green's Welding .$ storage bldg. Pav'd driveway. Nicely landscaped.
    good condition $90. 964-8424. Hpd SALES local dealerships Phone 964-4875 after 3:30 p.m. Itchg Shop, 301 South, Stark., FL. 964-5007, AMtllfPM METICULOUS DESIGN ft CONSTRUCTION Brand
    6/28 Monday Saturday >
    6/28 available to Starke. In-home .'01... No $2001 11/03 tfnchg new VA. FHA ft Cony.terms. 3 BR,2 BA w/cathedral
    GIANT GERMAN SCHNAUZER or AXLES TIRES For mobile homes.Olin'sMobile Blan i'p
    investment needed. Government subsidized .n6 cellng fireplace, skylight fan. 54500.
    best offer Has papers. 96-4.8813. Itchg: Home Sales. Call 9645606.
    Chimney Swee
    LAND FOR SALE funding for energy conl.rvo.tlon. 6/28 10/13 tfn TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming nearly new

    : Will train self-motivated honest ALMOST NEW ROTO-TILLER: With 'attachments. GOOD USED brick :3 BR, 2 BA home on 1 Vt Ac.Near Country Club.
    FURNITURE On.
    person who wonts to make real $$$$. $250, 1974 Ford Torino piece or Great FR, fireplace, scrn'd porch, 1BSO heated $.P.
    house full.
    I will old. Call
    buy
    TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. Coll 1.475-2524, 9-5 p.m. Itpd 6/28 I anything 65000.,A..um mtg. appr. $39.471.
    needs motor $185, room air ,
    964-8088. Wilson. 7/05
    Mary 6/144tpd
    3995. $400 down $70 a"!rjonlh.' tioner 75.: 964.8809 after 5:30 GOLD ETC..We Buy, Sell and Trod. Shop & Compare!! BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING:. Clean S.yr.;.!old X
    Call 964-5606.; 9/15 Ifn .. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
    THREE 1 ACRE LOTS SR-227-Brooker '. ,6/28 2tchg 7/03 'C1dl. gold._ .ilv." lewelry. Hornet phone, Special l jjur p Ear BR, IVi BA. CH/A., Double carport on 3 Ac. f
    on
    Rd."S2,995$300'down$5Su'month: RENT ILEASE.!" .Jl -. ANTIQUE 9646678.DRESSEB.rIwfror.en Itpd 6/28 964.4238.6/28 3tchg 112WANTEDHARDWOOD MM'j'' "1 tw ,'.m,()m myt.ncle i**,:.k\l\ ''3/441.$3',50O N. qWACNurvdln''Appre6AT2b10J3igllOft: Investors, take note. '
    964.5606.9/15 tfn :Will cut trees off **AH of home-
    types
    3 TON SEARS air conditioner land for firewood. 9646974. Itchg 6(28 SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM KITCHEN 10 great oc.
    ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. TWO STORY DEPARTMENT STORE ,, for
    policies
    cellent condition, $450. Bobby Hampton owners w/hame. Over 2,000 sq. ft.; Oversized. double,
    3000. $400 down, and $70 month.. BUILDING. 1 block from City Hall, 964.8156. !>In 2tpd 6/28 Want Ads Get ResultsFOR mobile homes. garage ft workshop. Close to UCI ft fSP;
    9645606. 1/12 Hn Starke. With 3720 ft. on each floor. _
    NEW DEVELOPMENT Appro V oc. New roof. Will exchange sq. for single' Call for Quote HOME ft 7.23 ACt Nice 3 BR- Bethel Church Rd.
    lots Paved streets, central water $100 SALERAIFORDLAKE $14,000-3 BR frame home off Rd. 100-E.
    family homes In Jacksonville' or. C & C Olin's Mobile
    r dn. $75/mo. Owner financed. Galnesvlll or other Income property BUTLER ELF $27.500-Comm. lot. Madison. Great locale.
    CBS home. 31t CH. Utility "S29,900-15 Ac. born, timber. Own fin.
    I l 473.3451.3/29 Hn Clyde Simpson, 1119 Barnett Bankk U Home Sales Septic
    I LOT AND ACRE for sole In county and ci Building, Jacksonville, FL. 32202. room, garage 1404 sq. Mini-Storage \lOO-or -$3B,500-CHftA-3/r/t.,In country. Fireplace,deck.
    ty. For Information, call 964.6853. 6/28 904-356-6849.6/14 3tchg 6/28 ft. on 1, Ac. $29.900. $1,500 Elaine M. Olin, Agent -$40.000-11 Ac Edwards Rd. Septic well 3 barns.

    3tchg 7/12 dn. Near SR-121 ft Sinclair Hwy 301-South-Stark 964.5606 "$50,000-20 Ac,Prim. Bpt. Ch. Rd.3 well., 2 septlcs.

    13% AC. NEAR GOLF COURSE 2 wells Subscribe Today I Rd. By owner. '/ Nil S.of Shopping Center ''.S100.000-S Ac,,MO1 301 frntg. Timber. Flnanc.

    and 2 septic tanks. Will divide. ALSO. BRADFORD COUNTY 17SS4149l7U6238Eves. .._. -$120.000-40 A*, off Rd. 235 (Whltehead RdJFIn.)

    6-plus Acres Crosby lake Shores. Well TELEGRAPH VACUUM We or.now o/rer/ng-/
    and septic. Zon.d houses only. ; 964.6020''AU 'Appraisal/ 4 Notary ServicesVfNINGJ .
    964.6305 """'
    964.8813.6/28 3tchg 712FLORILAND 1 MOBILE HOME 1 y SALENEW * *

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    ''M..I e' Ol'.f! r. iti1MY9Bllr & USEDWe CAVERN OUTLAW 964-.7' IHv/NG/ CM f.oJ/t. 9 64 JIMCUACOONEVW4
    REMODELING 4U TCWMrCHASMIN 96.' l";
    ll'ET.RIC( ;S... RV. E"'f"ot S, : :. Fully qualified ft Finance Our Own MAXIHl SOOTH.15.IttT 'NOVUWAOt6474MMVIMU1I .

    {.(l r;A.". *. .$1.,$ 'QOAo.'I/-: /- : 6 :r, perienced. FREE LONGCHAMP HOMES KIRBYS IN*4111.ESQ IANOKMO 4NA79te WAYNI DOUGLAS M4 NN'JOHN

    REALTY cQ ,.., .ralI.ot14ftS r: jIi oUl!! hj; ESTIMATES. Work r ROYALS
    ;I' fill 1.vI4 ..W tl\M: '\i o.hC'oo1n i f. : guaranteed.(904J75552S. I INC. ,EUREKAS,

    CIlI1.Wqld, I. .n::t"I\l.1o.! t;. t'tlirI"t: iI : ( ) *' HOOVERS '
    964-7700 __ Lake City Stark.. Florida ELECTROLUX U80' sq.:ft.on 4 pcres. Park-like.setting stocked fish

    393 N. Temple\ Ave Bedroom. Brick Veneer Homes FILTER QUEENS pond. 30'.:Stark area. .,
    Janet M. 1379 sq. ft, on 3 acres, low 30'.. Starke area.
    Vernle P. OdomBroker.GRI .1 'Ia Bath; CH/A: Carport Utility Room SEARS
    $12,500 equity and takeover payment on this S BR, 4

    StarlingRealtor PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS arpetina.- COMMERCIALWe full; bath Executive brick on S acres. Only 3 yr*. .old.,
    FOR RENT On Your LotStarting repair all makesAl .Sork.'orea.

    Nice home, 3 or 4 BR 2 At$33,80QOO Young's WALTER WILLIAMS ;

    BA, nice location. -2'/ Ac1..llooodn.

    LAWSON BLDG: Call for -S Ac. $2.000 down. Since 1957 REALTY ,. Inc ,

    details -5 A. Well ft Septic. $3.300 964-6918

    -I bedroom cottage, dn.STATELY I.. *8 Different Plan.01 Financing 3 Miles north cf 389-8888. :
    Hampton. OLDER HOME-2 at I J% ,'.r
    .. Interest Sjartlna 4Jo
    1.2 & ,3 Bedroom .t' StartonnUS 301
    -2 bedroom trailer Apts.
    city front porches, beautiful Also have lots ft Acreage For Sale

    limits available 7-1 shady lot, fruit trees, 6.con Foirlnl.rmetlon. '
    From 150M to 297" 8,4.6853.ISEra
    Lawson Bldg., form.rly !". trees and shop. I ,

    Lawson Meat Market,walkIn $45,000. n ERA Tiffin' & Owens Inc.
    coolers, tonne equipment REMOTE QUIET SETTING. I ,

    buildings, bldg.; could has 3 seperate be used. room.Ham. Screened w/2x36 porch family ft \12 ft 3 Bedrooms Available Now"] ,Realt r'l','

    for offices. Retail trade, double car garage, IJIJI! ii,

    you name It. $37,750'. ...RJRECOVERYr ; i formerly FAtLKt'ER.RE
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    -S Ac. land. 301 S., owner -14 AC-Lawtey. Beautiful 'rE.r"

    "r will hold mtg. Imp. pasture. Fenced. 3 ROOMFu
    .6. 964-5065
    -2 Bldg.-Use one Rent wells'' ft 2 culverts. $1750Ac. .. i I itI 1

    : 1530 W. Madison '
    on.181 Ac. land near 1I '22" lofayM. St. Aero** from Wlihbon j"

    'r Graham good hunting ((904)) 782.3931 EBUI.IWSIM Phone 984-8312,, I. time position for a Mon., .Frt, &. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Saturday, : 9 p.m. 12 noon' %
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    woods '
    P.O. Drawer M BrframirrT registered nurse with operating .

    '301 S. Lowtey clear sand bottom lake, All could has all the..
    and/or room ex *DREAM HOUSE on you ever want, :
    recovery '
    OtllBfrJOeocczr If I tros. Priced below appraisal yalue. -. ;:;;'''' I
    .' Itit96wxow perience ,is available. Competitive *NICE COUNTRY SETTING with beautiful trees. Comfortable: 2 BR, ; BA'an 3 A

    iYpeFAny( $ 15 sootcbrardCIaning '' saia/y l with 'calf compensation I ,Lovely landscaped with chalnllnk f.nce. :' ,
    COMPLEX: r.paIrSOnlyi $43,000.:'
    OUVMMeOOM 1" 4' "* *S-UNIT APARTMENT ; Needs ,, ],
    f AllV3 Room I, ,, '.*. LARGE FIX-UP HOUSE: 25900. ., ,',

    t Hall) AtailabUD As center of, *WALNUT STREET* One of the "Stark landmarks"; :Jj; s '" 4'.,?i iI
    i _J.OOI1s... I a health care *CONNERIY ESTATES: Brick. '3 BR, 2 BA, Fireplace appliances.. 1" Ac.
    ( ..p Soil Eitratlo 11 l Alt* Available) i American Medical International I 'A."mobl.rtgag.byquolifylng." ." :* \. ",:,''','.'; > ,
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    *HWy J8-E: Get that form )you have always wanted. 34 Ac;, some pasture $5t'OR'
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    '' Whola' House Special, Cu.., IILI 1.11p air.). ., (AMI), we offer paid basic! and 'and cultivated. All fenced with large D/W. : ,

    I 1195 medical insurance retirement *COUNTRY.STORE with gas pump., reported good Income. .
    Carpet. Dyed ((1E12).f./) ., .. ...,,'. ,. .,. major *42'/t ACRE FARM with 4 BR,,12 BA. Beautiful new hom.-priced to sell t tIr ,
    I stock purchase and brick rood. *:32 ACRES-Nlce home Mostly cl.oradQnpaved ,
    ", Furniture Cleaned ($, >'lHuilr) 'i. ..1. transfer Other' '*M.Hi! ON BEAUTIFUL.I Vi Ac. Only $18,000. ,
    .. opportunities. '
    \ "Not"Delight ed. Don't Pay" I ,,LARGE 4 BR. 2 BA HOME on V* *e. It\' lownHa hardwood floors,pecan Ireesi
    benefits include ,dental, vaca : screened porch ,

    .... .- Serving Bradford t Union Co. and swrMmding area tiori sick and hospital dis- :*YOU MUST SEE THIS LOVELY MODERN HOUSE.and'tO acres within city,'has p co T

    'AI1 trees and many ..tro.. 1
    .Jjdoid le'.NwwQ Ala FlerMe Carpet '.Cleaninc I..lye Go. counts. ; *MINI-FARMr Only ) mile out of city, has lovely 2 BR. 2 BA brick, screen porchvCH1A
    ,,..edW03 ,put HI aWe:) .. workshop,, greenhouse/and'; other1 building,' Owner financing or 9X "' '
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    V3IS3WV SSOJDV TTW (UI.../it \"ed) (I"I. rtiJ jawiarofalf) Call or make application, to per: ,s POULTRY FARM with nice hou e. Reported good Income, Owner financing. ,

    ., 'iy813 pejJ"I : ATTENTION! Do-ft-leiirieMl! '' sonnel. "''d<* itIji' ;; :i ;4 M NICE ACRES with Hwy 39Q paved: road frontage, Fort wooded.part cleared with,

    'eBoiuoj) peAod 'pepoOM f. ,qt>:>,S iij.{ ",t4-, dug ponct, ':: : : :;''' :/2: :M ,\: '":* d'I )( ,:",t. ,I..'.;( ,,/ ::': 'j\) ,. ,"-

    'eiiseuiCHf30; 66'1-LSc/ ,;to, Wt ire now. rwiHns small ,and l diNlrl'slia ooers.. : Iii etrI' '*LOT AT ktARLTCW Bt tifor building Qulet-NI' <*,sating" ro, 7' r
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    'OOO'C9t01' Rakes for SatoSenior *J"4.IAonly$37.900BroodwoySt, "j k 'fg
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    'MJIO: linld S '.$noyrNUB Citizen Discount_ ..' IRENE FAULKNER 964-3143 SUSAN FAULKNER 964-440

    '.'IJtM4: 'vt LIg: r-aCl 964-4997 Ml 'I. .J / W
    Call :, J1M'ONMPKIN$431.1255l' LOUYOUNG964.'
    '060'ISt '. niiod I. IBOSk1ATFIEW416f-a48u'"r: ; '

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    NOTICE FOR RENT ,HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMES, FOR SALE '>'. ;.(t PERSONAL SERVICES"
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    CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted KEYSTONE HEIGHT! MATURE WOMAN&to live In and cta'r' : .\ I \ THGkO L16MlRQJJAItE4Ft( "f' .. \ NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE* tail Chuck

    tics In to the Lake and Region Monitor of. REALTY. REALTOR elderly! womani: ,Roomy board!;,5salary. M''HIGHRIDCI ESTATE;..;:. 1983 FleetwoodDW Ga .tliin' .t of' tt$ Can';, 47S or ', (atterwhlle, Stat. Form Insurance.Lawrence .
    writing paid fa. advance Rental Property "Available' 8" ':'1M .', .
    1I73.1 : 947. ;
    or .473- '": '
    unless credit It already .established ZONED FOR BUSINESS location ... mobile home with fireplace 3 379.6393i'2tchq'4t! < Blvd''.. Keystone. Height
    Centra) '
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    A/26 /1 Sk.ggji''oIW
    4 iy' ,:
    .. } i YEARLING FILLY by fink ; ,
    with this office. '. on HWY-21.:'850 sq.ft.. 3QO pefmo.2BR TO WORKHrt BRs, 2 complete balhs,; HI A. corner "73.7272".6/7.tchIl6l20
    MAN Gate Factory. Muhove 475-2482 3726313. 6/28-7/3 '
    MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ; ,lot. Storage building and chain link or 2tchg NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call ChuckSatterwhlte

    RESPONSIBLE! FOR MISTAKES IN COTTAGE on LAKI BROOKLYN driver's license. Apply In Melrose.Itchg personolden fence. Very good price $32.300. Phone TWO-YEAR-OLD Klrmp Elmer :filly State Farm Insurance,
    $ ( 4752482or
    Indu.trl.Hwy'26.;
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER weekly $200 plus refundable $SO 6128'\ '<>"< 473-7905 for appointment. 7lpd Pleasure or game 6/28-7/3 propsect. Lawrence Blvd., !Keystone Height
    312.6313.2tchg
    ; THE TELEPHONE. cleaning depotlt. 62128. 4737272. HI :4 chg 6/28
    CABLE TV INSTALLER- technician lorKeystone TWO-YEAR-OLD Elmer Gliding. :
    lake,
    NEW MH Krlmps
    14'WIDI on Deer Springs
    Classified, d.adlln. It Tuesday noon Heights area. 473-3391. Itchg.. deck $31,500 15.2 hand. Hunter/Jumper prospect ., ,
    large with awning
    prior to Thursday publication: MELROSE-2BR, 2 Bath home, fireplace, '
    '' $5OOO down. Good on balance 475-2482 or 31 ,6313. 2tchg 62973.1M4 ;,. GREEN GODDESS
    Minimum charge 15 screen porch available termq ,
    word for$2.75 utility room, ? ,
    1 YARD SALE.J. WEANLING APPALOOSA stud colt "
    .. : 473-2232. Itpd 628LAND y'
    10 for \ thereafter' 15. '
    then cents each word July $300 a month. ,I. by Boogie John our of Krlmp Lulu, k

    COMMERCIAL MOVING Washer and dryer. $100. Like, FOR SALE 475-2482 or 372.6313.2tchg 6/28.7/5 Bumble Bee
    PERSONAL'SERVICESCARPENTER VACANT PROPERTY off new living and bedrood furniture. 21 WASHER AND DRYER $100 like new living 1 can U3. ex.)
    Hwy 26 and latchstring Road Melrose. Solid Whit. Tuna
    and bedroom funlture 21 north left
    ) left ,
    North Flretower Rd. 500ft.Itpd
    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY ': 6/28 on PROPERTY INVESTMENT-1 Acre, at Flretower Road 500 feet 473-3749 I 2 ..<<.110." '.'., ,

    WORK Remodeling work Realtor .73.4'" GARAGE SALE Mechanics tools, garden 4-mlles outside Keystone. Newt Itpd 628.'BLUEBERRIEYoo. t "l r'Crlep..l.d green i
    ;1 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR furnished, tools, carp.ntry'tool.' Miscellaneous, development wooded lot'' $3.200 pick SO. cent a pound. I 1/2 cup mayonnaise .
    Reatonable prlcei. Can 473-4018 after A/C $170 a plus deposit. 684.6634 negotiable on cash or financing. Call taints '' Call '
    mo household Items, prldVo.Saturdoy"Jun. Pick to order 90 a pound. **. 2 teblmpoon tarragon \
    S:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg for more Info, Scott-1-373-7682 2tchg '
    6/14tfnchg 29,30 and Sunday afternoon July, 659.2233 Grandlni,1 tchg 6/28 vinegar"
    CARPET AND VINYL, repairs and In. FURNSIHED 2-BR, 2 Both doublewlde 6/21.28 2 tableapoona sliced
    I. Located on Lake. Geneva Take Rt-21'towards grueit
    ::; ttallatlont. Free estimates, Ten years lakefront acreage, CH/A, large deck. ONE ONE-EIGHTH ACRE LOT for sale by OFFICE DESKS23.00; Chest of Drawer

    !\: experience. Call 473-4217 and" ask for Fish boat swim picnic. Mowing fur Point 473-4089 Melrose., Itpd Turn 6/28 left on Nelson'. owner In Keystone. Height' Call: ((2)) at' $23.00' each; headboard Water bed ",1,I 2,Uatpoonp colon* ,anchovy y, paite
    Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 473-7770. Cleared for house or w/heatr/bookcae:
    nished.
    No pets. KeystoneMelrosearea. MOVING SALEJune 30 10 u.m. 9 p.m.Mist Dark Pine Student Desk S23.00t, 1 teaspoon sweet basil, ''
    HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, doublewlde. Asking 3600.tpd 6/28 $75.00;
    $300 month
    : a $ISO deposit.
    z .
    household Weber
    Items\ toys, crumbled -,
    mobilehome'repalrt, and needs. Cedar Book Shelf $20.00; Old Bikes
    t fix-up Phone collect 729-8949. 2tchg 6/28-7/9 grill Jon Boat king size bed. barstools ,
    In ,
    I cut wedge
    No fob too small' Minor plumbing $10.00 each. 6/281tchg :. tomato, :
    repairt. Cleaning service Light haul PANELLED OFFICE ft RECEPTION AREA etc. Free cats, Baker Road. FOR SALE TRAVEL TRAILOR1983 Holiday Rambler 2 herd-cooked gff v '

    ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. Available June. 19. Parking SR-21 In Follow signs. Itpd 6/28 31" Rear BR Large Refrig.'Roeg air-self quartered 'I', .
    Keystone shops. 4737707.517 tfn JUST MOVED -FURNITURE TOO LARGE- SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC, contained elec-ack) many,extra. on.) Draia tune, Halve,,peel(! and
    PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE! Complete OFFICE SPACE Suitable for medical of.flc. Captains trundle bed mattress, n.w;.. pipe and fittings. Water softeners. 264.98356/28ltpd. ,ft' / seed avocado Place each belt

    lawn care and maintenance. ... Available June 15. Parking SR-21 Bookcase with secretary; $uff.t'Ar; -" Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgt.,. 197J PROWLER T.T. 23': 'All extraVerygood on naiad plate lined with

    Commercial or residential. Free N. Keystone shops, 473.7701.5/17 tfn moire; Klngslze bed with cane head, 473-4006 3/24 tfnchg condition $3,800 473)4828) 2tpd salad greens Combine may

    ..timato. 479-2197 evenings' 6/28 board, Oak dining table; assorted end AMWAY PRODUCTS) Call to place your 6/28. onpl.S'VTaegt.: ; green onion
    4tch WANTED tables. Location Camp Immokalee Rd, orders. Need extra Income? Call us for CHEST OF DRAWERS and Dresser, 4 and and batiS. FoldIn

    719MISCELLANEOUS lust. off SR-21 north 4733788. Sat. 10 details. 473-3671.3/10 tfnchg 6 ''drawer Curtis Mothl Center TV anchovy tuna,'putt Spoon onto/ avocado
    a..,. 12 noon. Itchg 6/28, OVER I-ACRE wooded lot on Alligator Stereo and radio 35.00 each! Pottery "
    VACATION TIME? Is your secretary taking halve.;'Garniah" salad plates
    Creek. 150 plus f feet on water $6.800, Wheel 60.00. Kitchen China Cabinet
    vactlon sick In tomato-and Makes
    a ; soon or someone with egg*
    ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS! Closed.meetings the office? I will fill In for you. Good CARS. TRUCKS no' closing cost. Phone 1466-3967 20.00 3/4 folding bed with mattress 4 serving.' '.
    Monday 8 p.m. Open 'r.' after 7 p.m. 3tchg 6/14.29 20.00 Call 473-4220ltchg 6/28
    ,
    reference) Call 473-2898 after 5:30: 4'tomat.1 .
    & BOATS Or
    meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alonon, Monday p.m. 9/4tfnchg LONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES-U.PICK OR STANLEY HOME PRODUCTSNow nee, ., ,' .

    8 p.m. All meetings at Educational; CASHIER AND CLERK Part-time. Abl. to WE PICK ON ORDER. Open MorvSat.,8 available. locallyt Direct sales, home

    Building Community Church 473.2790 work weekends and:\ night. Mutt apply 1971 CADILAC- Good body Everything' a.m. .9 p.m.; ,Sunday 2:30: p.m. 6.30: demonstration, and fund raiser Call Steve Broaaway
    or 479-2130. 6/7 tfnchg works $299. 6/28 '. p.m. Earlton area and see sign. 473-4126. Itchg 6/28.
    In parson at Chevron Food Mart. SR.l00 4732252., Itpd 'TREE. SERVICE
    468-2483 473.2702.6/14 tfnchg '
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    OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No duet, between or I; .'
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    21 9 a.m.9 Monday
    p.m. 23FT TRAILER_All self- > .." .
    fees or weigh Ins. Open me.tlng..Tu..oy' TRAVEL l
    through Friday tfnchg 6/14,, HOUSES FOR SALE"" ,, Removal,.
    contained. 6 8 A-l
    or Shape
    .. 7:30 p.m. Community Church Sleeps ;
    Educational Building, Keystone $2,500.473.2931. 2tpd 62128. Tfimming>
    Heights, 473-2790. 1/5 tfnchg LOSTFOUNDFOUNDS.t FOR SALE OR RENT- 2BR 2 Bath home, ROTO-TILLER for Gravely;/ mower;; ''on. 'iT ''Stump Removal

    BINOOAMERICAN LEGION 1'IALLPo.t on Immokalee Rd. Call 17449343. horse drawn scoop; on. horse drawn .-r Lake Area Firewood
    _
    202, SR-21 north. Keystone Heights. of keys found on ground 4tchg 6/21-7/12. smoothing harrow one B-blade disk '
    Saturday Bingo 7:30: p.m. Public Invited. outside Monitor office. Flu Toyota. On 3 BR-Nice location; $8.000 down $291 a; Call 4733100. Itpd 6/28 Auto'ervutFactory SAN Free Estimate

    ,9/31 tfnchg Florida Farm Bureau key ring. Pick up monthly payments 473-4928. 1 tad 6/28 MOTORCYCLE TRAILER. carries 3 motorcycles Imported 473:47,32;

    FREE TO GOOD HOME 2 (Irish setters, at Monitor of tic.. 2tf $1 SO; Australian shepherd Trained Mechanics: All Work Goo anted

    male, 3 \yrs.. old; female, 2 yrs old. 2 BEAGLES Females, IBk/W sllnder; '; 8mo. with papers $50.4737506.ItchgSubscribe / 47S.1042-Hwy.26.Melro.* After 5 P.M.
    Need fenced yard for running. ruoom. Bk/W with brown ears and fat. Lost In Subscribe/ I II mergency Service Mobile Phone 47S-4 ISO Keystone Heights

    Call 479-1761. ltchg6/28 aradlse. Ridge, area. Call 473-4229. I Tune-Up to Major Engine Work, Uc'tt
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    i I union uountyPERSONAL Ads. ;' 'I (904) ea'-ease" -1'Specld( "


    475-1890 '.10 B ndl Q $S6..':'

    SERVICES FOR RENT HELP WANTED 2O.Yr, .

    ,, orrosld.} Guar! ,

    DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK"' TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR PROCESS MAIL AT HOME $75.00 per Sh.lte $529

    Package deal; wells drilled, water RENT Union County Tim., 150 hundred. No Experience. Part Detail-send or lulltime. '. I Asphalt Sealing Striping 0 .12.1..8_ .____....'!""'+...'_....;:" .
    new Installation of septictanks ; Start Immediately "
    pumps Main Street Lake Butler. Phon. r
    drain fields and lift stations. 496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1 sell-addressed stamped envelop to & Patching I ,,Trampoline Sct4 $299. ,
    C-R.I.' 6092 P.O. box 3149. Stuart. Fl) I Established 1970 'I --
    Mobil. home pole available., work MOBILI HOME 2 BDRM 1 BH air cond.. Von Sirmopoulos '

    guaranteed call Tommy Dorman located In Worthington Springs. No 33493. 4-pd 614.75GOVERNMENT JOiS. $16,359. ((904)) 473-3622 CURLES CYCLES

    2752151. UFN 9/1 .. Phone 4963762. ufn 6/28
    NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tr. removal and pet .S50,353/year. Now Hiring Your Area Hwy. 301 South 96 .602Q !i
    Rt.. 2 Box 373 A .
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    pruning. Also firewood oak and pine Call 805687.6000 Ext R 1136. 4-pd
    for sale Call Thomas Nettles 496-3823. YARD SALE 6/7.28/84 Keystone Heights FL 32656
    ufn 12/22 CITY OF RAIFORD ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS ''

    for pari.11m. clerk and port. ,
    LOOK FOR THE BARGAIN THRIFT BEHIND tlm. policeman P.O. Box 325 Raiford; ,,' "
    't "
    FOR SALE CLARK'S MEAT STORE.Freezer. hlde-a.. ,,,, ,' Starke-t'ds t. "
    .4 'clothing'and l ; much; ; i mucA Fl 32083. 'J more'. ... :... ,iI." >12 .... :-"L JIJ'3.11:, :aP4T: .
    bed, lamp}; ,, NEEDED Fo sale !
    ,eb41.; ." e., ..' iEOBSELtOTRA0i.19S4 \ & tti .r'LICENSED LIFE AGENT \ *,, II -
    CHEVUIClK..uP So, and service e' of'IdrgVempToVee''"droup,"
    '' P horn 496-2628TRAIN: SHINE }
    Like new mud.. to appreciate! Call OR : t pd ,' Bradford/Union'area? W 'colr. tlon.. PERSONAL SERVICES '"OST IFOUND MISCELLANEOUS

    4962308.ufn 5/31 6/28 Call Rik D.Vo. 496-3978. 1-chgLOSTFOUND '. I II
    J HUGE SALE EVERYTHING GOES CHEAP.
    1972 AMBASSADOR STATIONWAGON crulsamatlc. Corner of HWY 18 and 121 Worthington ,. SEWING :MACHINES REPAIRED*', All REWARD) For return of blue and white I I CLAY HILL FEED. .Mlddl.b ig. 12 p.'cent
    f Full power w/tilt steering call Springs Sat. 6/30/84 8:00: a.m.-tlll 2 makes cleaned oiled and adjusted 20"* lawn mower stolen from Raiford. horse: 1001 Ibs. $9.50; 13.S percent
    Can be 560 5.W. 9th St. or
    teen. at freezer, 2 cold drink boxes, electlrlc $|S. Work guaranteed.. James NO QUESTIONS ASKED. I am poor and steer 1001' Ibs. $3.40.: Ammonia

    f 4963766. stove, 1200 X 20. truck tire,'.and lots Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and can't afford another Please. return \It. 'mltrote, per 'ton" $199; 10/10/10. per
    1979 Chevrolet 4X4 AM/FM PS/PDB REWARD Lost or Stolen near Sr 18 2 mi. 47" field fence $69.95
    $152 ,
    : alter more. 1.chg3FAMILY Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn Contact Cindy Stearns.. P.O. BOIC.I,3. ton ; ;
    AC/H 3500. Phone 496-3607 YARD SALE By Clark' Groceryon W. of Worthington, Sunday June.17 4. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free Raiford FL 32083. 6/21 ,2lchg= 6/28 3-3V' posts 51.95,'6/21 ..tch97/1:1:
    6:00 p.m.. 2-chg 6/21.28 old BEAGLE; PUP. Phone 496 3107. LP ft GAS CO owned and
    t SR-231 Saturday Juno 30, 8:00.2:00.: : mo. estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. REWARD FOR LOST LABRADOR BAKER Family'
    PS/PDB
    1979 Thunderbird. Phone AM/FM".3607 alter, 1-chq 6/28 1-nd 6/21 .. Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559.3/29 RETRIEVER: Young black male dog operated. We rent bulk tank*'and furnish
    t AC/H. 3000. *. tfn wearing a blu. collar. Coll 964.6756. cylinder We solicit customer
    6:CO. 2- chg 6/21-28 who own bulk tank We-strive to give
    INSURANCEMAINES All newborns
    CHILD: CARE ages Itpd 6/28;
    j TOMATOES CORN AND PEASElery better price and service, We hove 500
    6/28 limited. State, license, certified first t_ ,
    Grlflii 96.3655.1-chg aid full time only 6/7 chg'tin and 1,000, gal. tanks for commercialand
    964.5610. RENT
    ONE MILK COW Four calves two monthsold. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. FOR agricultural' accounts Call

    S85O.00. Call 4962270. 1-pd 6/28 Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. $1'49pe BABYSITTING) In home anytime day ", 964-4890 or 259.6810, 6/28 4tchg 7/19 i
    my
    ,, ', 1984 CHEVROLET CAVILIER By owner Complete Insurance Serviced TFN. or night. $25 per week per child. Call'' MIMOSA MANOR MOBilE HOME PARK. MICHIGAN RANCH located on US-100 SE

    assume balance no down payment .' 964839.6128 2tpd 7/05 .Mobile home .and .spaces for "rent, '..of Starke', Invite you to,visit us for fun
    Call 96.2152 after 6:00 p.m. 1-chg REAL ESTATE ,MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size Recreational Vehicles welcome.;: Phone and laughter o special welcome to Na

    6/28 Also ,have quilts for sale, Assorted '468.2912.9/16 tfn ,tionalGuards., .We appreciate you

    ,I,. LONGNECKER BLUEBERRIESt U-PICK orwe LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY -, 14x66. size 'anddesigns.. Betty Hildebrqnd, ,MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT) ',On* mile .Regulation.pool,, table & etc. 6/28 3tchg.7I12..F'
    limit: Clean Hwy;; .16' *
    If don't have It. I'll find It. Ju.t.o.k. 964.8122.6/21 tfnchg from Starke city ?
    ? I
    t'' '' order. Open Mon. Sat., 8 '
    pick on SHOE STORE Is
    lO/07tfn: $7,774 pTHE ONE
    PRICE
    4681323. '
    I W. Call '
    Saturday
    aim9 p.m.!, Sunday 2:30 6:30., JANE S. USHER REALTOR 2 BR 2 BATH AL-ANON Family Group. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES 'Or"f.n.'On' coming toStark.. No franchise f....
    458-2483 or ...96.2126'o 496-2903, ewe "Your : p.m. 964-7959 after 5 p.m 6/231 4tpd
    and tee signs, ,.
    Earlton area boss fora total Invest
    \ Realtor." 8/04 tfr 7/12 Hwy. 16.W. Close to prison Can); r B1' yovr''pwn
    473-2702.6/14 tfnchg Union County! of less than $7,950. Interested?
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    ELECTRICAL Reasonable prices, 468-1323 10/07
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    468-1119. Hampton or 964.4093.6/28' ,rotes. Palms Apartment; 2314 N.Temple 6/28
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    1 Subscribeiah 'I/ : Help Wanted: Mobile Homes ,LAWN 4tchg 7/19 NEED MOWING: Shrubs" (, need. NICE Ave.ROOM 7/28 with tin private. bath 964.6035, Want Ads- Get Results/
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    Experienced pruning? Phone 9644116. Itpd 6/28 12/22 sinBRIGHT. ,

    NIghtShift Cove Springs BILL'S SAW SHOP! Complete sharpening SUNNY ROOM with bath. Opposite HELP: WANTED' '

    ; Also N .d' .service. circular hand carbide, chain, Starke Post Office. Ask for Mrs. _
    j : Buffer mower blade hollow ground and Lyons. Must see to appreciate.: Affordable I
    : SNIP
    } ExperiencedLunch CRUISE JOBS Great Income potential
    284-5823 Building rates.FOR
    balanced. Leave at Jackson
    i, Call/ Vicki 46.2261' & Breakfast Cook Supply In Starke, Keystone Heights or SALE OR RENT: like new 3 BR. 1 BA all occupations lor Information I
    toll, ) 742.8620. ..t. 362 6/7 4tpd
    Lake Butler. TFNchg CB home with 26 acres On Griffls ((312). n ,
    (Make Biscuits) GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors window, Loop. Starke;'$300,$325/mo. 964-544S 6'28

    ,No Ph n >.Calls, Pleas etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, 5/03 tfn EXPERIENCED MH CARPENTER A REPAIRMAN
    .NETTLESTREE : Orders also token In Lake ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH' : Apply In person, Olln's Mobil
    .: 964-6078., Home Sale.. 100 West; Starke. ,
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    GARDEN RESTAURANT Rooms *, Butler 496-3079. and 'Keystone, Swimming pool. Maid service
    "73. 973. 2/26 tfn linen Included Restaurant and:\ lounge Florida, tchg 6/28 .
    U.S.301 South- 800 N. T.mpl.Av.. *To Rent *, Height on premise Utilities included. EXPERIENCED MH ,SET-UP:' A DELIVERYMAN
    Econo Lodge of )Apply in personal Olln's Mobil
    $300tnoFree parking
    SERVICE
    __ *Weekly *Month/ ;".. MOBILE HOMES Starke 964.7600. 5/03 tin. ,Hom.'Sale*. Hwy. 100 West) Starke,
    '' t APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, .Florida. Itchg 6/28
    TAKING
    FOR SALE5KYLINI' NOW
    f Tree removal Or the Nlghf :" INSURANCE AGENT needed
    By BA apt. For more Information call lake ,, LICENSED
    t Also pruning, demos Do-Drop-In Located by, 'if;- Butler Apt... 496-3141. EqualQppor ,"for sales and service of large

    ("9. '1/ MOBILE HOME CENTER:. Hwy tunlty Housing 6/7 tfrchg employee group Bradford-Union area

    FIREWOOD Bargain House Starke Post Office f,301 NJ Stark. '964-4414 or 964-4778 WHY RENT? $199 mth will buy you a new No collection Coll' ,Rik D.Vo.. ,

    Ook ft Pine UjMlSouth-Starke :i Reasonable RatesMagnolia -;;. ., ,:-'. Come but and check out the bargain, 24ft wide or $149 mth a new 14 ft wide 496-3978.: Itchg 6'28 ,

    + Fr. Delivery Hotel \Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvarez for a great mobile home, AMERICAN, HOMES of EXPERIENCED RETAIl SALESPEISONt
    Rlkensedilnsured; I Is Closing :' 1 'deal. For1 ',more..Information, call-Roy Pol atka. Hwy 17 ,S, East Palatka. Neat appearance and'must be able to

    j Quality Work ? vnh "., ,Wells, 96 -5764; after 5 PM, 964-5251, 328.500, or 328.5002: 6/21 2tchg 6/28 meet the public. Minimum'
    ;Thomas D. N.ttl.s Final Week of Sale '4/26 tfn LOT IN MOBILE HOME PARKt Keystone requiremenlMiglySchool' graduate

    ""-3823 :EVERYTHING REDUCED fir '-,'FREE APPLICATION, by phone! ,No, Heights. $55 month. Acres from lake. .' ,comfortable withEnglish, and( Math,
    Own rr SALE NOW"AT ,, deposit required. Call us,,, now I" Geneva..473-7560. 6/28 f tpd 811- '' ','' tf'ond' willing to ''do i It all from stocking

    DrapesSpreadsStovesBods ON- AMERICAN( "'OMEOF PALATKA.' Hwy,, ( .12"S MOBILE HOME: In the country..Unfurnished ', shelves waltmg'on customers; to

    ft Much Much More ; i-17; 5.E. Palatka328.500t, or' 528-50021.... ; with stove and refrigerate, management: Send'resum fto P.O.'
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    .', THOFFICESHOP/ ? i SEMI-FURNISHED trailer1 and lot In good. applications. 964-5734 '1 tchg 6/28, confidential. .'

    10W.tlll.: .. )',condition.; Fenced,trr' bock yard. AC, :3 BR, 'IV BATH KOMSt Carpet one WEEKEND. PERSON lergroup dome In
    iR r-- ,, B'--' tank already Call 964.8747 for
    twill.
    ,It" ',' well pump and septic. drape, kitchen equipment.: Out In the' l Ck. pppoint-

    sTpoTI C 'n.1 i' 'Used Desks..$50 each dawn call after 5 p.m.:, 375-4860. 6/31 Country. $250 month 2339.6/28.tln tin _,,, ment. tlpd 628EXPERIENCED J'
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    | 3 BR' 2 bath: Cesh. Register, chg tin'MOBILE ROOM FOR RENT In brick D/W 4 BR MHO; .'.:to. .
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    Visit; this charming'ranch tye ,* Dept.. ,' HOME Short on tash7 Slack Ont' located SR 6W. For* presentablaV' ,House furnished'Call.468 1443. 6/28,
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    U.ed Copying M.h"o."SI.400 ,, "' c CARE FOR elderly/ lAdy. Colt
    efficient features A gallkltch r 'seryev:' ; ; i, AMERICAN! HOMES OF PALATKA Hwylr f Itchg 6/28' LIVE-IN .

    area and breakfast nooki Complete -*, ,' or.'rent $75 per' ", t"J < .. 17 S.. ', East Palatka. 328.SOOt or 2-ROOM.EFFICIENCY.. Furnished.: .. ,ln'Uiwtey. 96". ... tchg 6/28' ?' AyNLPN'si
    both dining < Electronic Heavy Duty Cari
    Swlntee" 328.5001.6/212tchg 6/28 782.3458;6/28 tin ,, Whispering Pine CenterIn
    RentalsAvailable with spacious deck ,and garage. Typewrite Sal*, MM.cosh or rent lei' t. ,VEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Handyman Special- .EFFICIENCY ONE ROOM* Prefer workingman Stork* ''I I* hiring for philosophy, expaniiony -
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    Walking distance o( Keystone'Schools and ow,,. ISO dwflv.114$ per mth. 12x60 Champion. Nothing down and only, Clean: ,', quiet, 301,,South No.,. << Application are being token
    Club Mpus41> 57900. '* ,'D.m.ged''Fice ;Proof 4 DR Fit. ..53$ month Need kitchen and bath.. 'drunks. .See fiesta/Aporjmelti.: .v' ., for all full .qr'port time nursing; poslnotwi. -

    Golf Course Cabinet would sell new far $915. ,NOW ,, 473-7MO; ether from$6.t5,eY28 Itpa, '964.7589. Itpd'6/28 .' ',9 .1' '" App:,to, D.ON.. WhiiparlnjiPtPOsIPO
    "? Builder/Rvoltor. $4tS. 1116, LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS ftAtHt', ..Grower t>>Sl
    Used Executive Chair, $50. ... : 10x10 2 BEDROOMS Excellent condition* '$150r'and,$75 security dep. No pet..' Call (V>' ><*6473OH iK:.g 6/2at ,

    atMffetSki ,Jack Courtnay'The *..New Check Writing Machi...?S19., On 225, next:' to Gasklrtt< Egg Form. 'Also: hove one 3-roomiandboth; fur> *...j,',, THE CITY Of STAftKE. will accept:, Applications ,
    '* De hev compurerT The Office'I '$2800 Cosh. ,Coll from 9.4, 964..56. pished apartment.,$160 and$75 .s' ;forlh. '"iitlon of GRADEROPERATOR
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    ; i MOMId HOME..3'' Acres fenced. at ;City Hatl/Wkerkell Dee1 office,
    disk, end other accessories, 64x14 t t 964 8071, I tpd 6/39, *? K .'.
    D.v.top.rr' f ,d! floppy : Deep well 'and.ptlc' 'bn>' Nor 4 BEDROOM HOME NEAR MAIP MD<*200'per I4 Must hov*" ,0I1ft ,lrMla Chauffeur.
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    Celebrants will find everything they want in Keystone, Lake Butler and White SpringsBradford

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    Union and Clay residents! lake ftutUr Fourth.. Music performances, ranging from and John'Johnson, the Cross Creek from Interlachen; Marshall Dukes American Music Celebration ts'spon-
    have a good variety of choices for The Lake turn-of-the-century popular songs to Cloggers, and the Bucksnort Barn- from Lake Butler; and the Dixie sored by the Department of State's
    places to.celebrate the Fourth of July Auxialiary Butler VFW and Ladies bluegrass to gospel, will begin at 2 dance Band all from Gainesville; The Jubilee Singers and The Sunrise Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs,
    this year.Enthusiastic the with co-operation from p.m. and last until 8 p.m. Cousin Suwannee River Five and The Ex- Singers from Jacksonville.A assisted by the Department of
    Fourth'era can go the Union County Chamber of Com- Thelma Bolton will act as Mistress of pressions from Live Oak; The Suwannee newly Installed "Florida Folklife Natural Resources' Florida Park Ser-
    Lake Butler, merce, and the enthusiasm of almost
    Keystone Heights or the Ceremonies.A River Cloggers, Zion Temple Exhibit" will be on display In the vice. Admission is$2 for adults and$1
    Foster Memorial at White everyone, is putting everything in of Florida's talented Holiness Church Choir and
    Steen program singers Stephen Foster Visitor's Center during for children ages 6-15. The Stephen
    participate in a wide variety readiness Fourth for their First Annual musicians will be featured on the out- from the Church of dod, all from the hours! of 9 a.m. to S p.m. This Foster State Folk Culture Center is
    of activities. be held of July Celebration that will door' stage where plenty of space Is White Springs; The Deepwater Family permanent exhibit was produced by located on U.S. 41 at White Springs,
    at Lakeside Park In Lake for lawn chairs and from David Fuller- Park miles of[ SRI36. No
    available St. Augustine; the Florida Service. just 3 east -75 via
    Our Country Day... Butler.The blankets. Included will be Lisa Martin ton from Palatka, Ann Townsend The annual Old Fashioned animals or alcohol'allowed,
    Our Country Day in Keystone will celebration will begin early on
    be kicked off on Tuesday,July 3, witha the morning of the Fourth at Lakeside .-- -- L _
    Park Lake "
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    street dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. in fishing enthusiasts -
    the parking lot of the Clay Electric will set off for a morning'ajaunt
    Co-op. I in the bass tournament whichbegins

    On Wednesday,July 4,there will be at 7 a.m. and is scheduled to
    plenty in KH to occupy the ardent end around noon, Something definitely Normans Market
    Fourth'er. The finals of the tennis fishy will be going on there with r't: "' ';. "
    tournament will be held beginning at trophies at stake.
    9 a.m. in the Our Country Day Theme General festivities will begin at 4 ,
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    Park beside City Hall on South pm with a band concert at the park.Gary t, ', U.S. 301 South 964-6071
    Lawrence Blvd. Whitten's Band will entertain
    The 3.1 mile (5K) run also begins at listeners, and at 4:30 p.m. pint-sized "The Country Store For Mor ,' .' It :
    9 a.m. along Lawrence Blvd. A one- speedsters will compete in a baby ?
    mile fun run begins at 10 a.m.'. at the crawl. Open 9-8 Monday thru Friday 9-7 Saturday'. .
    Theme Park, registration time and At 5 p.m. sack races will take place .
    location for both is 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at and at 5:30 Fourth'ers will practicethe tc Cpmpare Our Prices & Savelll I "'' .
    ultimate in co-operation in the "
    the Theme Park. .
    Several attractions will be open all three legged races. : .Open 4th of July 9 am ta 4 pm ,i
    At 6 p.m. there will be ladies'w terraces .
    day long on the Fourth. They are: a .'. ;,
    nostalgic photo art display at City and big appetites will enjoy the .i :
    Hall; an arts, crafts and antiques watermelon eating contest at 6:30:
    display; a. civil war encampment pm.
    .display; and a crime prevention Fourth of July hoofers will enjoythe
    display, all at the Theme Park. street dance at 7 p.m. and there FORTHE
    will be a brief patriotic at 9
    While adults program
    are running the fURrun ,
    at 10 a.m., the youngest p.m.The
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    Lion will be competing in the baby big day
    crawl at the Theme Park Shuffleboard .the fireworks display at 9:30 p.m. 4fh
    Court.At with a grand finale of 128 rounds and
    10:30: a.m. a flag dedication many stationary fireworks displays.
    Refreshments ham-
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    ceremony at Theme
    and burgers, coke, ice cream, etc. will be
    Park at 11 a.m. a street parade
    available at the from until
    will begin along Lawrence Blvd. park 3pm.
    the grand finale.Everyone ,Small Lean Beef Fresh .
    Fryer Pork
    At 12:15 a dedication '
    f.m. is Invited to attend this

    Keystone ceremony Heights wll Public place Library at and the day-long independence celebration of our commemoratingthe country. Pork Riblets Spareribs Leg Qtrs Spareribs119
    at 12:45: p.m. there will be an aerobic
    dance demonstration' so Fourth'ers Celebration... ,

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    I The big day has finally arrived. The get away from it all, some people Safety belts have been found to prevent fresh water for the radiator.Be belts are comfortable and east to get Ing that most of us have experienced i
    car 'la loaded to the gills with forget that there are important differences 50 to 65 percent of all fatalities in sure to check the tires for tread into the habit of using. behind the wheel at one Urn or
    everything \but grandma's china fend between local driving and car crashes. It's the first and last auto and pressure. Badly worn tires are Small children should be properly another.
    I you and your spouse are busy cross.ti ,vacation driving. Trips around, twon safety tip whether,, you're driving/ m extremely dangerous and should be buckled into a safety seat. In fact 46 A few other tips to cover specai
    'I examining each other about having are not the same as driving long mile to the store or travelling across replaced.Flat states now have laws requiring them situations should be mentioned. Driv-
    . 1 enough money for the whetherthe distances on interstate highways in the county. tires are a nuisance but they for children under certain ages>,and ing in extremely hot weather, for example !
    doors are locked trif'the paperboy parts of the country that are not Your vacation: shouldn't begin happen to everyone sooner or later. If chances are that you will pass calls fot special precautions. :
    was give the word to stop familiar to you: however until you have first you have a puncture or a blowout pull through one or more of these states. Carry extra water in a canteen for
    " delivery, There are a few standard but simple prepared your car for the trip. Don't off the road completely to change It... Second keep in mind that speed your family and your car. Make sure
    The kids are arguing over who geta driving practices people should wait until the last minute, start your the further off the road the better. At limits should be carefully observedfor the radiator and battery are full, and
    III to set by a window and stepping on follow on long or short trips... like preparations, at least a couple of night put flares out at least 100 feet both highway and city driving. watch the temperature gauge on the
    ; each other's toes to put the first scuff everyone iu the car wearing a safety weeks before you plan to leave. behind your car and turn on your Take a little time to plan the day's dashboard carefullY. .lt 8 often'the,,; t
    I ,;: marks on their new sneakers. But belt and obeying posted speed limits. There's'Bome extra equipment you emergency flashers. travel and repeat the, process every first sign of Impending..trouble. Anddon't
    1,1;. eventually everything Is as ready as it Simple things, really, but they may might want to 'take along, for < Now 'for the'trip itself first and night during the trip. If you like try take a chance oC running out of t.
    ever will be, 'and you back down the mean the difference between life and emergencies. Included are a tool kit,, foremost wear your safety belts. If'you're' using a felt-tipped pen to markyourroute gas Especially if you are in a rural or '(
    ,I! driveway and set a course 'for the death and can go a long way toward flares flashlight and extra batteries. not among the growing on a map so you'll know exactly remote area.Remember. I
    : vacation that seemed like it would making certain that your vacation is an extra quart ''of,''motor oil a five number of Americans who are where and how far you are going. safety first will help you r
    never come.Unfortunately. a safe and enjoyable as you want it tq'be. gallon empty gasoline can, replace regular users, you might be pleasant- Plan to stop frequently to rest. enjoy your vacation and return home !
    ; ,, id the',excitement tot '.a",", : 'r; ... ': ;, Ii. ment drive belts" and a container. ,i,1.1)1 surprised to find that, today's'. safety- You'U help prevent (hat drowzy feel- Date y' ',;i II
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    'I Starke Police Officers Crum Is a former member the Damage Aldjret'a 1977 Ford was,)' ;,j Charles Williams 33, was located motorcycle three miles' north of for that charge was'set at $2000.; Gibra
    Police Chiefs Association.: 2000. Damage to the second vehicle i'\\'near the center after the counselors Starke on US-301 traveling at an excess son remains in the custody of the .'g
    ;u I I Say They Are, Qualified was $3,000, a 1984 Oldsmobile driven 'i;V'by 1'called the police to report a black speed. When the trooper attempted county jail. :'; '.V-"
    All officers with the Starke PoliceS Wilkinson 'holds current certificates a New Jersey man,' 'ft.. male in a red truck was harassing to stop the motorcycle the subject I .
    Police all approved by FDLE, for Paramedics Scott Taylor;and Paul! 'i 1 them. Williams was identified as that attempted to elude the officer. Leewas
    have the Basic FHP Predicts
    ,. Department Basic Police Standards, Line Supervisor ; West responded to,the 9:33: p.m.accki,ii@[ ,man, according to' Captain Scotty apprehended on a dirt road just
    and ,
    ; Standards Training as required Sex Crime Drug Importation, dent but there were no apparent in-, .. 'Rhoden and Patrolman David Crum. north of Starke and placed under ar 11,.Will Die Over 1th
    l tn' by state law, according to Sgt. Wayne Radar and Fire Fighting, Law En- juries. Williams became belligerent and was rest. '. "'
    ,rf. Wilkinson. forcement Officer .Shooting Certificate .__ I arrested, he admitted to drinking and Lee was released after surety bonds The Florida Highway' Patrol
    Patrolman Davtd Crum, who has and Pistol Training. Man Arrested smoking marijuana. totaling $400 and $250' were posted. predicted 11 people will die on Florida
    approximately 15 years in all facets of streets and highways'overthe 4th of
    :' Wilkinson has been in law enforcement Williams was charged with
    police work has certificates from the For Pot Charge July Holiday.
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    six disorderly intoxication bond was set '
    years.Gainesville : '
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    following schools (all approved by the t '1 v The Independence Day traffic count
    I l fiat $50. He was released on his ownrecognizance.
    Glen Wilkerson of BradolJ
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    Florida Department of Law Enforce- Arrest in Starke will begin 6 p.m. July 3 and will end
    I ment): Man ford County was arrested June 19 and :. 'midnight July 4, 1984.
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    Homicide Investigation Bank Robbery Arrested,,' in AccidentA' 20 grams David of\'cannabls according to 't a.' .,Speeding Cyclist Gregory Steven Gibson,22 of Starke Highway Patrol, Colonel Bobby R. 'I
    Photography Fingerprint Gainesville man ..was arrestedand Corporal Goodner and Trooper) ;-' Faces Several Charges was arrested June 22 and charged Burkett said, "On this holiday we will '.
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    Classification, Fingerprint Techniques charged with driving while intoxicated D.'F Pescla. "%:'sy' ,, 'with disorderly intoxication, according face. very heavy traffic traveling to .'f
    Radar, Poloraid Crime Scene and careless driving causingan Wilkerson was released after a $250'* ,' 'A Lawtey man was stopped north of to Lt. John Dempsey. and from the beaches. If this heavy '
    ,'S S Photography, Classification with accident June 20. on US-301 in cash bond was posted.. Starke June 23 after being clocked on Gibson was arrested at CR-223 and traffic is combined with the numberof 1
    Identi-Kit System and in 1967 servedas Starke according to Sgt. Wayne "',.radar at 96 mph according to TrooperB. SR16. persons who have ,been,drinking,
    ( a patrolman) as a crime scene Investigator Wilkinson. Man Arrested .. A. Williams. Bond for charge,was set at$50. Gib-- you have a potential disaster looking f
    In Manatee County Crum Joseph E. Aldret was charged with For HarassingA Phillip Louis Lee was charged with son was released'' on his own. for a place to happen: The' drinking
    served as senior identicatlon officer the accident at U$-301 and Steel Mill unlawful speed, wilful-wanton recognizance. driver and drinking pedestrian Wil be
    In 1961 Crum had 304 hours of police Road when he pulled out between Lawtey ,man was arrested in reckless'' driving, fleeing or attemp On June 25,Gibson was again arrested our primary target.
    school, before it was required and traffic Into the path of a northbound Reno June 22 after he tried to prevent ting to elude police officer and posses- on a capias for failure to appear In the 27 fatal accidents over the
    holds a current certificate for Police vehicle which could not stop and two youth counselors from leaving the sion of less than 20 grams of cannabis on a burglary charge according same holiday last year, 70 percent of
    Standards and Training Commission. ,!struck'Aldret's vehicle recreation center!in their vehicle. "Radar clocked Lee's speeding to Investigator David Aderholt. Bond 'the deaths were alcohol related;.

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    who estimated they would earn less in : CARS & TRUCKS
    1984 than in 1883 those who plan to
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