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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04374
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Basically routine summer weather will continue in the coming week- SICTION At 13 n'ega
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There Is a cold front north between here and North Carolina, bu t laclcal. . . . .Toga 5.4
forecasters are unable to say yet if North Florida will get any rain fron::1 sp...,. . . . .Peg.10.12
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But no. important change is expected through the weekend.
In Monday rains 1.56 inches of rainfall was measured at the Louis Hi)ll SECTION 1ObltuarlM

fire tower at Highland north of Lawtey a half-inch at tde Santa Fe towel r The Sweetest Sin .
on US-301 at Hampton Lake south of Starke. but only a trace wai II ;.Pag t ',' oPcrrksThis; Side ofSTARKE JI gven105th
measured at the New River tower. N.w. ..1..*.P.g.. 10.12
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building formerly Starke Building
''Supply, blazed to the ground.
Starke Fire Department rushed to
the already engulfed building within Up for aEoi'LA
five minutes after the fire was

reported by business owner across ,
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was reported to the Starke Police + 1r
$4.2 million'
spending bill for Sheriff WantsA
Department at 4:51: p.m. by the ownerof : if 1984-83 with all new requests pushing
Joe's Saw Buren Wall. New Car..
Shop, it some $332,000 above the 83-84 level
According to Wall a Pepsi Cola '. was presented to Bradford commissioners The' budget proposed for law en-
deliverer walked into the saw shop k ? a+ 4 forcement is $490,310, an increase of
Thursday night, July 5.
and said that smoke was coming from r ,,( I f r $35,912 over fiscal 83-84.
the corner of the building. +a 3 2 t increases include a five percent The increase*are the 5 percent
Just after noon Monday, the fire j 41P l S7 + t +i,1, i salary increase plus matching Social salary hike plus matching funds and
department was called to a minor fire 4' Security payments and withholding three new cars.
at the same building. That fire was taxes, which total some $55,224. That Sheriff Dolph Reddish points that is
reported by a resident about a block "__ i : $ figure does not include elected of still the lowest per capita cost for law
away.According. ficials or the tax collector's office enforcement of any county in the
to Assistant Fire Chief x. which is on the fee system, points out state. .
Dwayne Hardee the state fire mar -s'<: Clerk Gib Brown. Florida sheriffs are required to sub-
shal has been called in to investigateboth County employees were given a mit proposed budgets to the state by
incidents. ;. E ti belated 2.7 percent salary increase May 1, which makes it difficult to project -
Fire Engine Number 3 was first at !Ii, "JJ.f5'M:: Jan. 1 after the commissioners saw over the next 12 months. SheriffReddish
the scene then mutual assistants was the money'was in the budget. That says that 11&'a drawback to
called for by the city from county fire pia raise is also included in the pew the budget-making process.
departments. I 3R budget figures.Health There is money for three new patrol

Lawtey Correctional, Heilbron Springs cars in the budget, Reddish says.
insurance '
is another
Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake increase That includes one for the sheriff
in cost, with clerk Brown
Volunteer Fire Departments were ;, expecting which Reddish buys every four years.
called in to assist "We didn't need all employee premiums to go That way he can buy whatever kind
the help so we sent some up to the ci- from: $64.15 now, to $79 per month, a of car he wants or if he's beaten in the
$15 hike which could add
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ty fire station to be on stand-by in k / dY i. J L a.ltr. up election, the new sheriff can: buy
for the count 96 .
case of other emergency calls," said co f '' a. 'a' t r'.s employees whatever he wants

Hardee. Commissioners face cutting some Reddish said patrol cars are traded
It took firemen an hour and a half to $332.000 out Of a $4.2 million proposed after three years-now, a saving of
get the blaze under control. Most of ''', budget The commission could inCrease thousands of dollars over the past
the concentration was placed on the ,\.. taxes to the 10-mill cap set by four years considering the department
residential buildings west and com the state by a simple 3-2 majority and. has 10 cars and buys three most
mercial structures south the burning .m $ raise some $93,759 additional in every year. Money was budgeted for
building on Washington Street, near r revenue; if It chooses, Or, It could three.cars this fiscal year but only
the SCL Railroad. : go to work and cut the budget back to two were purchased.
Some damage from heat exposurewas zec the 1963-841erclexcept for the salary
incurred by the commercial ?; increases. "1 really didn't think it would
building! soutH"of the fire. work,".Sheriff Reddish admitted. But
-'o'\'he'building\ W'prfcseflViyiSWnBit' *>$- 'It was .g ed.'bt-tween'' the cour- the) third year upkeep cost has been'
the Florida National Bank in Starke. t 4hoyeelec!i; ted Officials to Include/ the .Jess than' the sheriff. thought it would. .
It was formerly owned by Carl Johns .- liv pereen..erlicr! lkrttl!'hew: be. ;)- $ 1r(:* ;';i !: -
who ran a building supply and hard- -' figure they saw One reason for the low per capita
in for
ware store for 29 years. The original MIll published newspapers state. cost of county law enforcement is that
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store was built by Silas R. Johns r ,. r employees Glb Brown. Sheriff Reddish's department is not in
around 1925 and was taken over by t.! qa 5.J N Later; Brown said, a 4.29percent 'the traffic control business. A lot of
Carl Johns in 1951 A ..wkw..w. raise figure. was printed for state sheriffs are Into traffic control, Reddish
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'.. :;: .' ._ money) .but "...is in sound financial Patrol is trained and very 'capableand
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: )... sloners. To leave a1 I nest egg for why not let them do it?" The FHP is
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y i emergencies the clerk suggested the supported by the entire state. If he got
commissioners screen the new Spending Into traffic control it would be
.. '. ",R4iiI1C! requests closely. primarily supported by Bradford
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Sheriff Dotph Reddish Librarian County Reddish pointed out.
wauM Y Y Arnold Weeks County Extension Employee turnover hurts\ Reddish
i Agent Bobby Taylor and clerk Brown told< the three commissioners pre
; presented and explained their sent Maxie Carter Jr., Chairman
budgets. More department heads will E.W. Hodges and Lawrence Mosley.
be heard at the next budget workshopset The sheriff's office lost two

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t:.,..._.......... July 19 Meeting Set by ChamberA

..,., meeting that ould,IIhape the' future of, Bradford, County (luring
-- Florida's years of accelerated growth will be held Thursday July lit! to
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% lyLetters have.been mailed by the Starke-Brudford County hamllE'r: of
,, : : Commerce to some 5fI civic leaders and elected officials, .asking their attendance
at a dinner meeting in' the Western. Steer Steak Mouse
Representatives of the State Department of Commerce Will UIIUIMthe requirements ,
and benel its of becoming: u Blue Chip Community This: 'ceptification .
has been developed to assist communities: in achieving their
gal for new job opportunities and improve {he \'erall.quulity of life,
The program, if adopted,'would be on a countywide, basis, including. Hit
municipalities. .
As designed by the Department( of Commerce program provides u
'framework for a community to assess its strengths and weaknesses and
provides: guidelines of basic standards make communities more ultrac
tive to new industry. The availability of property for an industrial park is
(Photos by Larry Oglesby and Mark part of the package. ,
Frledlin County Commissioners arid City Commissioner of Sluike, I..awley.
Hampton and Brooker have been asked to at lend the meeting together
with members of'the Development Authority. chamber: of Commerce

Hot Work... :.""Ird. tind )InCllr legislative.! delegation,1, unit other1 community Ieaderyc.IJBSetion. .! ,' ; .

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AHuUtanl Fire Chief Dwayne .a.4; '
Hardee aims water on the south side d a .' .'

of the structure, helping to cool down ''i''W.,. ..."' r. ", ;\ ,,;'::4""
the fire next to the commercial _... I 1
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building: across the street from the : c ____________ Champs;:.. ,V":: '
structure. t r Kids in keyStc. ) noHQighyi) p.r.lding' to d rieW; t.4"i6 *; sum-:

Center Left... m*'; bik! a,'rocng''' 'art o *P9
City Firemen with the help of"olunt..en 'youngsters are bu.yhoningtheir skills for the'upcoming no-
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pull fire hoe closer to the Honor $hamp on''P.AugJt'..' / VW'-5'f: ;: 'v'51-.I '

'fire fin* a better aim. J t. .-.t.u I."j m,;!..Y r I I, !;,v '
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., for.une Federal-Sold..1, ,' ,', a /> ;;'. r".i./, < .. '() '''
Center .. '
Right. total(Forf Jne' I edereI' bfticos/ In Starke,'Keystone and lake

iiiMrtbrr One. fireman sprays thai sprays fireman the fire ht helpln1.p and fI I d Butler'hove' ''been. od( 'to p. new;"owner.. ,''MrtSjt.'i.,\,1\ ; .." "4 r{;I'-;-' .

him cool! down from he "t'n- J "
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'''''tC .. 4'' :Ii .Four art lovers in Keystone Height hoted to see> their,. .
;, ;' .tl gbt.!. II '>'-'ovo' -ite arcs, store!!-$(dowli.I' ,I badly; they"ended up buying

,. f i j/lprrlirrmen got. $et. up. the fire ,i .... ..ihoistQr.., ... omielves, .. ..,. "r,,;' .;/. /-vl[;: :liJr.t@:: :! ",\ .
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.::.:.: ; i,f just one yoke ..f, the bullring.y i Y'i. S'0 .iII'J, ,l.'(N.vs8r .....'ry" "" ; ; ;{'c; I';: ;d';.: m. t { :b hr6t
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Gas .. 16" Bar & Chain
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Trimmer ilus carry'Ing( case,
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City Policemen are tailed In to direct truffle which i fire departments an hour and u h""i.. hrlntr under ton- 26.2 cc engine .
carried curiosity seekers trying to near the "full I irol. Solid State I
blown" fire which engulfed the old Sturke Building; Bla/es could be Keen through the black bellowing Ignition "
Sliliulv building. smoke Home I50-2IHI: fret in the air and smoke could be Precise balance ., adj. handle p 244..95 value
wren for miles away. which drew the traffic jam Tap-n-Go auto. line advance 9 9
Seen ubovr the fire engine above a power pole isseen "r l' 5 9
Heat could be felt well behind where tills picture wataken. on fire along with Iruimfwrmeni. Poles IImok..1alld 34" shaft 15" cutting path Only
No InjiirieH were reported in the Mate Mint too ,
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Slarke Fire Department und other assisting "OIUllt..I"I r flames Reg. 139.99 QQOO 2.0 cu. Inn. engine 1 2 o 0 ,0
Now Only OO > s. Auto chain oiling or a moat / ,

New Finance Plan Makes .
$4.2 Million Budget Proposed for County It Easy to Own A New'r. ANt* M 0 00'1 dEM1* I '

from page I A) .. Toro Right Nowl! CRER! 10 p J\' i
County Agent. which loses its information when the FOR N.\'i'
employees to higher paying jobs Bobby Taylor still is after his new electricity goes off but is a good, 'Uul io 8U'fERS *fVliooo"' .
elsewhere and the county is going to typewriter. The county's share of the typewriter ,
have to look into increasing the salary Extension Service budget is proposedat ; # 56125 TORO RIDING MOWER'
of veteran employees to keep from $45,333 up $5,200. Judge Pierce said he can see the
losing them Reddish said Taylor echoed the sheriff and day when there will be a screen on thejudge's 25" cutting( deck 7 h.p. engine with
librarian saying his budget increasesare stand so the judge can press a.
Library... limited to the typewriter, salary button and call up the latest law when* electric,start. '
increases, and office supplies. making a ruling or call up a defen ,
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The proposed library budget of dant's history which would eliminate Reg. 1079.95 42.019
.$7 ,()48 is up$6,454, said Librarian Arnold many pre-sentence investigations :, ,? "( \"" ::1.

Weeks Weeks.has $1,000 in new book County Judge... Sale. 5 0 0 0 ot,4 10l1a.\ \ B'yefs
money in his budget but like the Judge George Pierce asked for
sheriff the only other increases are $6,538 Including $3,388 a down pay Clerk Brown...
salaries and matching funds ment on a word processing machine, No additional expenditures are in Haven't you done without
Chairman E.W. Hodges asked as $2.250 for travel to judge's conferences the proposed budget for the clerk's office WE TAKE lID a Toro long enough \,
Weeks was leaving the meeting "If $600 for dues to legal said clerk Gib Brown. TRADE-INS
the board goes with the 4.29 percent groups. His budget is up $19,000 primarilyin i
raise would it bother you too much?" The judge offered county agent salary increases, matching funds COMPLETE PEST CONTROL SERVICES INSIDE & OUT 964.5745
Weeks indicated it would not. Bobby Taylor a used word processor and health insurance costs. ,

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August 6, 1984 in the Bradford County Courthouse, at HEARING ON PROPOSED ,

925 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida; for the purpose: t ;. -),

of hearing written and oral comment from the public concerning |L::. .. USE OF REVENUE SHARING < \ : ,'; k:

the proposed Budget for fiscal year 198485jandthe / j I'' '. i. i >\\" ,

use of Federal Revenue Sharing Funds as contained in K ;I"'

that proposed budget, summarized below. ty')h",>' ..The" Bradford County Board of, County Co mmissionerswill "ft, ,*i' ."'']

Federal Revenue Sharing is of federal fiscal ; :
a program ,,;, hold, a public hearing at the Bradford County CoUr.ttiouse 1"

support from the federal government to state and local .. 925 North Temple Avenue Thursday, ,July 26, ::

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governments' with limited federal requirements ,about how 1
1984at 8:00 for the of
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the money should be spent. .oral. comment from the public I ,, on the proposed uses of :f:" :,
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,.,; SUMMARY.,. OF, ,PROPOSED, 1984-85. BUDGET. I'I : "u' organizations't5, are encouraged to attend the hearing: Persons =";kI.I.} ;4' ,

\ ,', Bradford". County ''- Board, of County Commissioners '. attending the hearing shall have the right: fo." provide; f
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40-03-523-46 County Jail : Repair and Maintenance 5,000.00 ., ; '!',v'' .An u tofunappropriated'Revenue; balancel'i'l ''ff, : rt'? ; "t t64V367tOQl; ;" :
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Qualifying begins at noon Monday, retired National '
Guardsman also
has lion ballots Starke
will be Pmelaursl
July 16, and four representatives to 'numbered districts must run.
runs days its : They
throughnoon eye on the Disl. 5 county commission the U.S. Congress) all stale senator-. ''are commissioners I
Friday, July 20, for Lawrence
what
so far post and will take on whoever with odd '
has been a very quiet pre-election in ,wins numbered districts state( ,Mosley, Dist. I; Maxie Carter Jr.,
the Democratic S
primary in the House Upholstery
members, state Dist ,
I Bradford County. I attorney public defender, all School
Only three races have county board members up for elec.
developed BO has already opened a campaign ac- officials Hwy 100 South
county commissioners, and lion
are JR.
far::' (Jim) Lawson, Dist. 3,
Two, veteran admlnstrators ount., school board members. :and Rodney P. Hall, Dist 4. VarietyHwy.
Locally, the ballot will include Dist. L I 964-5587"
"j Charles Francis and Jim In the County judges whose terms expire ,
Duncan City. 2 U.S. '
have announced Rep.Don Fuqua,DAlthaDist.. In January 1985 must run, but that 100 Sooth
will seek
; being they the It has been even mol'quiet fa the 5 State Sen. Bill Grant, D-Madison;" >does not include Judge George Pierce
vacated
post by 16 year veteran City:: of Starke state House Standard Sofa
School Superintendent where three of the.five members Dist. 13 Rep. whose term expires in 1986. 964.5587
Duncan Tom Casey. ommission post are up for a'vote in a George Crady, D-Yulee, and Dist. 21
43, has been principal of J Francis Bradford is High for the past five years. Nobody is making sounds as if they Eighth Circuit State Attorney Eugene; 1985 must run in 19H4. In the Eighth a."T if Includai l Fabric & labor 25% Off
currently on the county of- t will challenge' Whitworth, and Judicial Circuit these include Judges
any of the' three incumbents Eighth Circuit Public. _fMMUftfflil

the lice secondary staff In charge curriculum.of personnel and Starke Jr.
has announced insurance he man will Harold challenge Davis ]Bobby Biggs, Group 5.:' ed. and Theron A. Yawn Jr. All Fabric in Stock Quilting Supplies

Brown 12-year for, veteran the county Incumbent clerk's seat.Gib County Officials Up... \! >Florida Up for Supreme retention Court votes Justices will be'' Home Auto Boat ., 100' %, cotton: +, Fabric

And,' wood-chipping firm owner Statewide Primaries... All county office officials must run Leander J. Shaw, Jr. and Raymond Quollty Work Redtonobla Rates .
Wilbur Waters he will In 1984. They are Clerk Gib Brown;' Ehrlich. and judges of the District 6.M.Is 5 f.M. CandlowScking Supply

District Incumbent'5 county Homer says commission Hart challenge for seat.the 'S Sept.First 4.primary Candidates for state will qualify voters is front set Sheriff Dolph Jimmy Reddish Alvarez, ;Property Tax Collect Appraisep *;,. District Courts ,of Edward Appeal Earle, First Zehmer Appellate John MON"jo' 13''i [_=] Crafti5! \
16 to
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noon July
tor Esther Hall, of Kline Wigginton and Ralph W. Nim- :JIor
Supervisor Elecrl.?
Waters lost by Just 23 votes to Hart in The second is Jl
primary Oct. 2. The lions Neva Flynn, and the school': mons, Jr. Voters can mark ballots Full line of fabric, pat
1980 and says he just has to try again. j general election is Nov. 6. 'either "for" 964-4956 '
superintendent or
"against" on these terns and'hofiot's
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pubHo.Ti Re- lr'uendorr :
i On the hrimarv and general elec odd-'I judges.
County commissioners in >
FuJI Service Florist OPEN 7 DAYS-:

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Power outages have been a way of Florida Power & Light. There GOOD BUYI I
was no ,
The city began
Wednesday life in Starke being this caused week by, the the latest burnIng good time to do it, says'', Electrical the Inflow, or the Tuesday amount of controlling power jt l CITY FISH I &
Superintendent Bill Weldon, but it.houldn't '
takes from FPL, and is taking less
of the old Starke Builders
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Supply
happen for that reason with the city generators .producing Hamburger'MEAT
building on Washington Street MARKET
The 2 -hour outage Monday mornIng again. more. By today Thursday, July t2)), .
Weldon afraid
was somebody would
Weldon
to also be
expects controlling S
was due'to the hooking up thecity's get hurt making the connections .
new substation which will allow night. The evening meal would have at outflowi with the city's new computerized 89 607 E. ,Brownlee Road 964-8077

the city: to 'have a 2-way tie with been a worst time. power broker system ; 'Ib.


Farmers Must NEW >. Shoulder Steak $1 5'9

LOW fQIEAGLEI3BIODAYS 12, : : and Roast ., Ib. .
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Tax RefundRep. err
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George Crady r. D-Yulee, $1 69'
reports the Florida Tax Refund ,lb. ,' .
bin passed legislature and Chuck Steak

was Graham.This immediately legislation signed grants farmers by Gov. Bob and :. and: Roast $ 1. 2 91b.

fishermen 90 days .from June 2 to r' q I
August 31, '1964 for filing with the Full Cut Boiled All MeatSTEW
state Department of Revenue for a \
permit to be used to request a tax rotund I r' Round 'Steak HAM S f.
on the special fuels tax paid dur- tW :
ing 1983. 18 ? .

The original law, passed In special 23.M $2.09b $1.98b $1. 9Ib. r.1I.
session in the Spring of 1983, did not air BOX FAN ,
receive adequate public notice Rep. Kaap cool tMaaummarwtm _
Crady says. Many farmers andfishermen thla I
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did not realize they must up a.p..d to 4 avaragaalndrooma.tan Hood* Flowers.20 oz. ,
apply for a permit from the Dept. of 1 + t
Revenue to receive the refund Crady BREAD2I9903
says. They were further penalized in 207 6 8 Pack -16 oz.:
obtaining the full tax due oy a flaw in AugKNIT y '
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the law that state tax refunds would SHIRTS CHDICS Q u PEPSIs
I* paid from the date of the Dept. of 79'I, Poty/ootlon collar.polo lox ahlrtawplacfcat R.aa.ar +
gfvenue'spenpit, Crady'points out. .1.14 MEN'S TENNIS I j ,
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applying and obtaining permit HD M MOTOR OIL R 0 "s' bolioina Matching fn lop aaaorlaoatylaa. *and Old Mil eel& : fit._ ''Zif* ; tf, : dep<'
anytime during the year the refund is Haloa prexact waw.rutlMEN'S DRESS PANTS .Polyester cotton. ..:=, '
to be claimed would,be eligible to from pramatura douMaftnlldrata 8XL.Tannia. BEER .
receive the tax refund .for the full and Iwsi. i quart. panta.SoNda.8-XL. haUL44 I Azar (Hot & Mild)

year. All PorkSAUSAGE
Rep. Crady urges all farmers $799 12or.fl 79
fishermen, and other claimants to im- 24 pack case lb.
mediately request the Dept. of ,
Revenue permit, then file for their I fl
1963 tax refund before. the 90 days I

elapse.Crady futher states the one permitis 'tt, f ;pllonEL9 '

food for each succeeding year a
claimant files. However if a claimant Lighten U
does not file one year the,, permit w
becomes invalid, a new permit must ,
be applied for before he can claim a 9 3 92

tax refund in the year following. tog. 12.M R.a 2.55
Crady says if there are'any questions DSLTAR.0 20-Piece Boiled Seafood Salad
concerning the procedure and PAPER TOWEL HTH CHLORINE 2-1 QAL.CHLORINE 1
the permit to phone the Dept. of 11S MMaU Ol MM,, s1h lb.Improwd Algaadda.bactarMda.dlilnlaotant* ,
abIorb.nt aprwu granular dryeMorlnalor. r Plate SupremeLight'Cool.Delickwis
Tallahassee.Revenue ((904)' 488-5336 in h I ; \, Shrimp


( :.' Chilled P el.Eat :'

Corn Shuck WeavingTo ,
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At Folk Center
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IcottOft topamaaataummar
shuck weaving will S4 ,
Traditional corn aiylaa. > )
'be demonstrated 91-year-old folk 673 2 boo 496 83

artist Rufus Adams of Mayo, at the .1.13 FOR U7 BA. S.MBOYS' 8 Rag. 13,C8 ,', ,
Stephen Foster State Folk Culture ..SAND CHAIR T-SHIRTS, LEVfS SHORTS LADIES'JEANSPotyoolton
Center,July 17-20, Secretary of State',, MuMtoolorad wabtotoigon Conan T'a'In aaaortad Boya'poty/cotlon |aarw.3-6 '
George Firestone elated recently .......tubular', aeraan prtnti.9-t.,, ahorta*/ 4da pockata. pockat ityllng.WhMa. { crabmeat clams and white
r.-.. NL E61S16.Rag.S.M. ", Shrimp; ;
Mr. Adams learned the time consuming
fish with special'dressing a crispy crackers
corn shuck twisting used in ,
weaving the bottom in a cfiairfrom., 20 pieces of boiled shrimp Served on a bed of lettuce Lemon wedge

his wife many years ago., ...;Served on a bed of lettuce'' Tomato wedges '
''''--weaves a few each. year'for peoples in I .Fresh, cole slaw* Crispy crackers, Boiled wedges CO
.the Mayo area. Cocktail sauce '' Lemon wedge $3.69 Choice of 3 dressings vaft*79
Born in Coffee County, Georgia ,
1893 Mr. Adams,has worked in a

sawmill"? a rock quarry, and farmed 'WEDNESDAY..J\LL DAY ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT
for many yean in Lafayette County. .
.. Mr. Adam.'* now" does general Fish Dinner
Style
.,,. ,maintenance work Including carpentry Country
,: and painting for the CETA.Headquarters -, Specially breaded country-style fish't fillets,natural-cut! french fries,fresh Q OO

Corn shuck in Mayo.weaving is the. _sixth, In a ? 54e ib, cole slaw, southern-style,hush puppies and tartar sauce. $, JP oWM*J
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XORI SANDALS MESH CASUALS
oI'ed ASSORTED CAM CUtAJMRS
Florida folk n
artistes Cheoaa from Star RrHapaaM wait 14 ac.or quld> Aaaanad Coin.Man'* ,Llphh..IQM braaiy.Rag.Up .
by a grant for the from Arts the which was awarded Endowment rw'.L 1 14 ox.01.or T..wrBryhW..Mt N WtaM.10 a*pasta1. ?-.1.Wam.n'.6.10r o1-IISS.. Rueo.rtr..4ar MONDAY TUESDAY ALL DAY SPECIAL

.jointly to the Department off State's
Bureau of Florida Folkltf Programs 1 ; 2-Piece Fish DinnersEach .
and the Department of Natural ,
... Resource Florida Park Service to dinner Includes: 2 golden brown fish filletsjiatural-cut' french $3.99

i,:,develop a year-round calendar of folk, ':' fries, fresh Cod,;slaw,and 2 Mush puppies. '
Folk craftspeople remaining to be
featured in the series will Include The' SATURDAY AND SUNDAY..ALL :SPECIAL
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Suwannee River Craft Guild quitters
I from the seven counties bordering the TENDER BI1SIZESHRIMP DINNER;
-.'. river ,(August,as-M; and Lottie NEW Cllle4tJ1! ,mad.-. r Each dinner includes:extra large serving of delicious bite-size shrimp '
':,, Shore''a 71-year old Seminole Indian' PMt __..... Rator l-rtC.Raj). 1.16
w ba k..tmak: r.'' and 86t'' special cocktail sauce natural-cut french fries: ,;creamy cole slaw two $2 99
patchwork' !dollmaker from. .Qkoec hobee ii::;;;+i+i owM"i'a ;aIa i 673 southern-style, hush puppies
aMtrdaa Of Sk.....Rao. 20..1.27 7. ,R. 00 tp fia.
will end '
(September 13.1e.1Le series .*....CMnM Common.mmpoo, 1101. "
with cane grtndb sad syrup ._IJmIt Z.WhIle 1 MAR-B-O-ORIU. SWAN AIDS : .
a sugar Phla 4 Sir.. .. ........ .. .1.3'1'' .am.PW 1 .
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making event hi Mtd-Nov mfeer.> "-t. l'" \ "! ? r.gotl,1' grM wrm MaalRagutaf =d '
All demonstratteM are. OHM to the I t SCdl/ .!.. .'./ YIO a awes CaDtainD's.
.. ,I,"..ie: between the .he.Bi J* 9 a.m.CIF .
: .m; at UM Staoben t--State 't :312 W. Madison :' I a great little ood irfaecI ":i
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the time of year when budget pro- reading this reply for the Commissioners !}J.
II I plague the School Board and the they stated that they could make no provii
I of County Commissioners and it sion. r' A l
thus. The dollars involved in the
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I chicken feed as compared to to- "" flGa This being the case,we are compelled to .
dollar headaches, but ,. follow the advice of the State Supel'intentSf.
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I were just as serious to those dent and reduce the term of school to three sit
: with them a century ago,as months,and ask those teachers with whom '
expensive problems of today. we have already contracted to 'plea list

I fall of 1887, the School Board was / L I return them and get a new contract J
because its requisition to the J.w.SmU8YChalrma.. I Commission for$7,335 to run the 51 R.T.Dowling,Supt. '<'*'
then located in Bradford County I
four-months term was cut to I At its June meeting in 1889".Chalrmu jf
.This would necessitate cutting to I Smiley and his board members announced: ?, '
I term the board said. At I their plans to run 52 free schools for five'months t
Bradford County also included and to ask the County Commls,0,
I I that Is now Union County. sioners for a five mill tax for that purpose, VR \

nine-month term of 1983-84, the I The monthly budget for all teachers in ow
'I budget for the eight schools now the county,was $600; assistant teachers "13 :
I in Bradford County totaled over $500; and the establishment' of new I
; Of course, a dollar went a lot c::::: schools, $250 -tn I

in 1887. ...... By 1896 the number of schools In the, J.If.?. \
open letter to the public, county had Increased to 55 with a monthly; -
On learning this,we appeared before; the '
the financial plight of the appropriation of $1.990 for the lot. Apparently : .
Board of County Commissioners and asked *
Board, was" published in a there was a school at every }
for redress and sl I
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a cause of their
1887 issue of The Telegraph: crossroads In the county, as the foUowInlnames !
treating us in such a manner. They stated would indicate: Qu
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TO THE PEOPLEOF that they misunderstood our requisition In
BRADFORD COUNTY asking for $600 to "pay outstanding in Highland, Dowling, Dobson, Thomas, ,s('
debtedness after all funds due are receive New Zion,Bllckcrape,Lake Butler,Casonb
I Nov. 10,1887 ed." In this way they accounted for$600 of Andrews, Pine Grove Lawtey, Starke tft
us to make a statement in regard the amount wanting, which was their Rising? Vanderbilt, Green, W ffW River te I
of public schools of our mistake,not ours, for we stated our mean- Unity, Rosier; Midway, Bloxham. Pro.;
ing in plain English. vidence,Hope Church,Litesville,Prevail ,,8 I
made also accounted for Sparkman, Alderman Sampson River* ,,j
season we a requisition on They $342 which they
of County Commissioners call- said was caused by a falling off of the taxable Starke (colored), Water Oak (colored), I
colored) Pn,
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$7,353 and stated that the requisi property of the county to the amountof Cain Chipley Hopewell
colored colored
Mathis ( ) i
based an appropriation for a vidence ( ), ,
term upon of school. A little later $76,000, which was a mistake ortheirs Nebo, Swift Creek Palestine, Hampton, "
for should levy a tax on the real (colored) r
i informed that our requisition was again, they Reddish, Gaskins Lawtey ,
value of the taxable and not on Blair Rivers Varnes ,
of dollar. property Donley, Belling, ,
with the exception one
I, with the supposed value. Leaving $503.45 that Thurston(colored) Zif.Brooks Little Spring ,
,for.we a began four months contracting term. Now, they could not account for at all,but would, Hampton (colored.Roberts.,;.Sampson
say something about additional lists, Pond, Sampson City, Guilford, and II
date of our last meeting, when
which of course, meant nothing to the Whitehead }
were made out and accepted J. School Board for they had already stated .. I
Commissioners; we could the falling off of the taxable property. be ;
reference to the tax books that the $76,000. Remember, the ichopl* of'.89..... I
assessed for school purposes, both We then stated the case. to the State Nebo Midway Palestine." .. "' .'" -1"1. ; l
County, is $5,888.55 showing a that there was
who
County Superintendent replied Bucfescrape, ZI/( Gnd Wat roak.,<. :
$1,446.45 to bring the Com no redress unless they would, as reliable .
to their promise. citizens make some provision for us. On Schooling then was sure no/ofcef
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put finishing touches on the newly decorated front of Bad- A new front I i. being completed on the old Starke Hardware ,1
Co. on S. Walnut Street, The covered area at right is building just east of Williams Jewelry on Call Street The Interior ;,
to be a part of the original cotton gin that stood on this corner has been completely remodeled with wood panelling and .-
The old brick and original timbers of the overhang were will be used for offices by Kendall-Hall Telephone Sales .*,Service ,
In the remodelling. ,,opening soon>> in this location. "

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might call them Cowpeas. A Eye Crowders the Black Crowders, the), group; the Brown Crowder and the producer i
call them Black-eyed peas. Brown Crowders, the Speckled Chowders, ; !'rom'Brown Crowder group; the I;
restaurant waitress might call the Creams,the Cream Crowders,the Fur- Bush Conch (Conk), Texas Creams, and ;
peas. But they're all taking pie Hull group and the Field Forage.' Snap peas? for' the Cream group; and the
same vegetable] the Southern group. And, to make mattera' even more' Zipper .Cream, from the Cream Crowder J:
think you re confused now,wait confusing; Southern peas also'can; "be group. .
learn some of the other names for classified according to plant growth habit. ; '''
This week I'll try to clear Pea plants may be bush,, vinmg,_or, semi- Southern peas can be planted in our
of the confusion surrounding vining types.Southern lathe spring,summer or fall. For more
classification. formation on how to grow,Southern peas 1
pea pea varieties recommended check with your local garden center or OIl!
for Florida., gardens include the Black-Eye: 1 county extension office. ., ,
probably never guess what crop '
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clues some such Crowder of the'common as Red, Knuckle Snapper variety'Purple,Blue Forestry in Bradford County r 'I I

21, and Dixie Queen, Why ,,
so names for,and much
many so
over, Southern peas? Now that those lazy hazy crazy' days of' more, ,' information, aqd an' application. ; '
summer are upon us, parents are busy' '' J
part' of the confusion over hunting last minute places where they can FFA Forestry Camp?. \
pea variety names is due to the ship their kids off for awhile.School hasn't :Donna' 'Elnrmine ; y' :peeple;
gardeners can easily save their: been out one month; many summer campsare PriscUla; Welch,and yAmy Williams will be
pea seeds. Over the years filled,kids can't find a. job what's a attending the.50th annual FFA Forestry
identity gets lost So, mother to do? Camp In plena I next week, '
think Up new., local names for c' :. ,
pea varieties they grow. As The Division of Forestry has an environmental -* These students from' Bradford High'
are spread around,what started camp on Blackwater River School along with other FFA students In
variety may become known State Forest near Milton U you don't north Florida will be Instructed in forestry
names. Add to this the fact that mind a 7-hour drive you can send your kids, techniques which they can utilize on their
so many recognizable Southern to camp for, a week for just $75;There'are farms if they become landowners.,' '

; ; and its easy. to see how! con Jour Weeks available to apply. This .is'' a' .,bnew*_ 'forestryN fteldinstruction
result. Students explore concepts and relationships -typecamp almost Completely'
ago, more than SO Southern dealing with soils hydrology; plants, sponsored by l local:: r t'induetoiw aweh I
and strains were identified and animals with plenty of' free, time for as:"Containers, OilmanfT. < :, Hyeer',,:
testing. Since then plant recreational activities such nt swimm' ar-:- have added many more varieties ing, volleyball fishing}and canoeing.: Everyone should:ihave i a good taim_?:'
. list. Today, 11 Southern pea: Parents, if you are interested, please and a great time at camps; wherever ym'i.
characteristics are 'recognized.associated By looking,with contact the County t'orestersoffice; ,for: goo ". ', --.q

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Lee Ann Green Jerry Blalock tj-1- Lisa Carter and Mark Cowart Wed June 1

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Sharon Lea Ann Green daughter of tired identical to the honor attendantsand '
l\f.r. and Mrs. Edward dG *n and also carried lace fans. 1 Baptist Church was tho lace headpiece decorated with seed die. The cake was encircled by yellow
Jerry Michael Blalock,son of Mr.and The bride, given matching in marriage by her .netting for the marriage of Lisa pearls. She carried a bouquet of and white daisies and fern and flanked
Mrs. Charles ,Blalock, all of Starke, father wore a white gown with Jewel Carter, daughter of Barbara Carter yellow and white roses and daisies.A by candelabra arrangements of
were united in marriage Friday,June neckline, overskirt of organza and I and William Carter of Hampton, to reception was held in the church wasocovered white daisies. The table
13, at 7:30: p.m. in Grace Baptist satin overlay. The organza bodice 4 Mark J. Cowart son of Mr. and Mrs. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Marty with a white lace cloth
Church,With' Rev. Eddie Blalock and was embroidered with silk roses and ;John. J. Cowart of Starke on Friday, Clemens, who directed the ceremony, and cutting the cake were Mm:
Rev. Don JBcheet*performing the nun-- the chapel length train was enhanced June 1, at 8 p.m. with Rev. James' greeted the guests at the door Mrs Shirley Gaskins and Mrs. Larva' .
tials. with embroidered silk roses. Her Cowart performing the nuptials. Pam Schultz kept the bride's book. Dowdy.
The a backdrop of finger tip tulle veil with matching Centering the altar was a heart. Standing'in the receiving line were Miss Barbara Pearsall and Ms.
wooden t sills Intertwined with white lace trim was held in place by a crownof I II shaped candelabra flanked by two the bride\ and groom, their parents Faye Mullins presided at the punch
silk flowers. Brass 'candelabra of lace outlined with pearls.A I smaller candelabras and palms. Two and attendants table which was covered with a white
hearts, double-rtg Intertwined with reception was held in the church arrangements of white and yellow The bride's table was centered\ with lace cloth and centered with a large
white silk flowers. Altar baskets of all Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Lisa mums, daisies and wedding flowers two four-tiered cakes connected by a candle arrangement.Mrs. Dee"Baer
also centered the altar. staircase with fountain in the mid- cut the groom's cake.
white gladiolus, a
lavender carnationsand Morgan kept the guest book. The hall
white daisies \ Mrs. Alma Mattox, pianist, and The reception was catered by Mrs.
were used to complete was highlighted with ferns,candles In
Miss Stephanie Kennan, soloist, accompanied Betty Kelly and Zita Shufford.
the altar The the windows -
setting. pews were and flower ar '
marked bv brass candle globes. rangements.All by Mrs. Carolyn Morgan, uIr After a wedding trip to Daytona
Mrsf 'Beth Blalock, pianist and the tables were covered with pianist, presented a program of nup- Beach the couple is residing five
miles East of .
Hampton.The
soloist along with Mrs.Pat Crawford; organza over white linen and tied at tial music.
bride is
John J. Cowart Jr. served as best a 1982 graduate of
Ronnie Jones,guitar and
ribbon
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Darryl corners with large purple
Southslde
ushers Christian' School In
worth,,bass.guitar, presented a bows. man and the were John J.
program Gainesville and also
Cowart, III and Jackson Cowart. a graduate of
of nuptial! music. The three-tiered pillared wedding
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Charles attended' best Mr.and Mrs. Blalock Miss Jenifer Sullivan attended as
Blalock cake on a round table was topped witha Jerry Fe Community College. She is
maid of honor. She a sea foam cur
wore
man. Ushers were Mike Jackson, bride and groom and encircled with r
groom's table were Misses Kim Sapp green gown with layered ruffles at the rently employed by Dr. Gray Flynn.
Ricky Griffis,,Chapman\ and Ran.d The bride's bouquet was
greenery. shoulders,' fitteo vralst and floor The groom Is a 1981 'graduate of
Maebbie placed at the base of the cake. Mrs. and Susan Sapp.Following length with ruffles at the bottom. She .;; ? Bradford High School and is
a wedding trip to the' J
Gray served as maidof Hiram cut the cake.
Chappell Is carried a nosegay of yellow and white employed by Register Oil and Gas Co.
Mountains the
Smoky couple living
honor. She' "floor
wore a length centered '
The punch table was witha daisies and breath. r and Florida National Guard. <
lavendar' gown with violet satin ribbon lavendar flower arrangement and on Griffis Loop. baby's ,
tied( at The bride Is a I960 graduate of Miss EdieParker and Mrs. Janice
the waist. With it she wore held a sliver punch bowl.Finger foods
pearl accessories and carried a white were served on crystal and silver Bradford High School and 1983 Mason were attendants and junior \
of the Santa Fe bridesmaids were Miss Rhonell Estes
'laceTan with fresh cascading laven trays graduate Community Nottl Provatt,
and Miss Deborah Cowart, were
dar cymbidium'orchids, gysopbelln in 'were Mrs. College Nursing program.She is a RN They .
I 'Assisting serving attired similar to the honor attendant. T.S. Hogsed ,.
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at Bradford Hospital, Inc.
and with white ribbonstreamers I Chub Miss Lisa Lawson,
greenery Johnson '
Miss Connie Jones Mrs. Randy The groom is a 1978 graduate of Dawn Carter was flower girl and To Wed July 21 ":rhi ; .'

Misses Debbie Jones Sarah Paulk Crews, Mrs. Inez Fauik,Mrs.Charles Bradford High School and Is Mark Given Lee in Harris marriage was rlnfi-bearer.by her father, 1.il n A,,'
Stephanie' Wheeler and Mrs. DonLajoiewere Hall, Mrs. Pat Welch, and Mrs. employed by the Reception and the bride wore a organza gown with The wedding of Nettle Prevatt and
: attendants and were at Charles Bryant. Presiding at the overlaid with chantilly lace dotted July 21,.at 7 p.m. at the home 01 Mr.\\

', -:-., -- .- .- -. --......- ...... -- .." with tiny seed pearls, and sheer and Mrs. Charley Williams. ',,..709 W.. ,
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'--II bishop sleeves. The full skirt with Starke. r'
1 ," .'". chapel length train was encircled A reception will follow the

.,. with rdws of organza and lace ruffles d ceremony. .
Her fmir-tier veil. was, secured to a and Mrs.Mark Cowart All friends and relatives are invited
Mr to attend. ;
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Mrs. R.P.. McLendohMdrgranddaughter ,; i
Christy and Gina Montuoro of Tam- Caitlin McLendon of Blowing ," ,4 I
pa are spending this week with their Rock, N.C.,were guests last Tuesday i
Laura Christine Reddish grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac to Friday of Mrs. Nell McDonellin ,I
Baldwin. Their mother will join the Tampa and visited Busch Gardens. I
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of St. family for the weekend. II
Augustine announce the birth of a Members of the First Christian \ Ii I
daughter, Laura Christine, born July Mrs. W.H. Thomson! Mrs. J. Ellis Church held a picnic Saturday at the i
6 in Baptist Memorial Center, Byrd, Mrs. Francis Merle and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Grif
Jacksonville. She joins a sister, J.M. Blackshear attended the fis at Kingsley Lake with 30 enjoying f ,aNew
Pamela, age 2V4. Hospital Auxiliary workshop in swimming and picnic lunch from 10
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Orlando on Wednesday.Dr. a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mrs. Vincent Lewis of Kingsley Lake.
Great grandmother is Mrs. Leona and Mrs. R.E. Dopson gave a The Charles Hardy family were
Lewis of Kingsley Lake. Paternal champagne brunch July 4 at their among the 200 attending the Mattox
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.Drew home on Santa Fe Lake. Guests were family reunion at Strickland' Lan I
Reddish of Starke and great grand- Sam and Rita Ludwig and Tom and ding on Sunday.Mr. i
mothers are Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Brenda Davis of Melrose and Prof.
Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards both of Jerry and Dorothy Bennett of and Mrs. P.D. Loudon of Tampa
Starke. Gainesville.Mrs. were July 3-5 guests of Mrs. Em-

maRene Weaver and Mrs: Margaret officers of the Starke Rotary Club .(from lefOi Wayne Hersey, secretary i. Al Crosby,.sergeant-at-armt
L.H. Gibson returned July 3 Jackson and family. Barney Ruckdeschel. Ken Teal, director Maxie Carter Arnold Weeks, treasurer; Rip Q'Steen! Hilary Erin White from two weeks visit with friends and Jr.. vice president Drew Reddish, President; John .
relatives in Florissant, Mo., Canton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael White of and Lincoln, 111. Special points she Jacksonville visited his mother, Mrs. :
Atlanta announce the birth of a visited were St. Louis River front J.H. Fields and Mr.and Mrs.Herbert Rotary Installs New Officers at Ladies Night '
daughter Hilary Erin, born July 7 in area, Nauvoo, Ill. resort area and Green on Sunday. .1'

DeKalb Hospital, Atlanta. Pere Marquette State Park. .I', Gainesville architect Lewis Brown, Maxie Carter, vice president and previously received their Paul Harris
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. chairman of and medals from International
the District Rotary president-elect; Wayne Hersey, pins
Lillian Redfearn of Tampa. Paternal Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee Scholars Selection Committee, which .secretary; Arnold Weeks, treasurer; President Bill Skelton at a banquet in
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Olin daughters of Ormond Beach spent Friday tQ Monday with her recently chose five students'from and AI Crosby, sergeant-at-arms.The March9y,: v .
White of Starke. Douglas Seymour of Miami and Hal mother, Mrs. W.B. Mundy at Stare
local District 597 to study overseas 1984-85 board of directors includes The Rotary has given $2,000a
Seymour of Gainesville were Sunday Kingsley Lake. ., served as installing officer Rndspeaker John Miller, Wayne Douglas, Ken year for Paul Harris Fellowships to
Jeffrey Eugene ChampionMr. visitors of Mr. and Mrs.J.D.Seymourat i at the Starke Rotary Club'sannual .Teal, Rip O'Steen, ana Barney 'support the Rotary Foundation which
Kingsley Lake. A. Russell Norman returned Friday installation banquet at the Ruckdeschel. sends district scholars to study
and Mrs. Donald E. Champion, after two weeks in Riverside Hospital. Starke Golf and Country Club Friday The outgoing president Berpie overseas. Both -new Paul Harris
Jr. announce the birth of a son, Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of where he underwent surgery. night, June 29. McFadden, presented certificates to Fellows are past presidents of the
Eugene, born June 27 in Alachua Jacksonville were Sunday guests of New officers installed at this time Paul Harris Fellows Duke DuPre local club DuPre {in 1947-48\ and Whif-
General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. were: Drew Reddish, president; and Wayne, Whiffen, who had fen In 1978-7J.. .'
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and 'I
Mrs. Donald E. Champion of Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Mer- The Harley McRae family reunionwas ,
Keystone Heights. Maternal grand- ritt Island were weekend guests of his home.held July 4 at the Tullie Norman Leslie Crews Jr. Community NewsGuest f .
Approximately 63 Sgt. ,
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson, while attended.
Those from out-of-town were; .Mr. Arrives for DutyIn
Miscuf of Interlachen. enroute home from a vacation in the
and Mrs. Robert Taylor and son, Mr. West
mountains in Tennessee. Germany
and Mrs. Randy McRae and Speaker sAt Concerned Citizens Plan 4JTrip j

Steve Futch and Paul West were daughter, Mrs. Charlene Taylor and Army Sgt. Leslie Crews, Jr., son of Evang. Pentacostal. to Wild Waters, )j i
son, Mark McRae Mr. and Mrs.
Rick Church
Paramedics at the Daytona 400 race Viola V. Godwin of Lawtey has arrived 1 JC '<
Of Local Interest on July 4. Mrs.Lykens, all of Lake City; Mr. and for duty in Hohenfels, West Ger The'Concerned Citizens of Bradford
Benny McRae and children of many. Evangelist Austin of Jacksonville County Inc are sponsoring a trip'toWild :
Club York, S.C.; Mrs. Odessa Taylor of will be hosting services beginning Ju ..
July 3 Duplicate Bridge Crews,a telephone system Installer Waters July 13. Admission ,
'Melverlne Morris, results: tied for first wer. Mr. and Raiford; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mobley with the 5th Signal Command, was begin through July 13. Services will will be FridaYI or adults;; $5SO
Harold CunninghamTo Mrs. Jack Burnette and Marjorie and son of Houston, Texas; Pansy previously assigned at Fort Lewis, nightly at 7:30 p.m. at the Ages 3-11 yrs. t
Thomson and Lucile Green; tied for Taylor and granddaugter of Alachua; Wash. His wife, Barbara, is the Evangelistic Pentecostal Church 730 The bus will leave Lawtey Recrea-
Wed July 28 second were John Langford and Sue Broadman of Middleburg; Mr. daughter of Vernon and Louise N. Pine St.EveryoM'. tion Department at 8:15 a.m. and. old
Cecelia Terwillegar and Mike and and Mrs. Joe Hall and Becky and Mobley of Lawtey. is invited'to-come and RJE Complex at 8:33 a.m. '''"*
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Morris announce Mabel Faikel.Lawtey. Tony Lloyd of St. Marys. worship.
the engagement and approaching -
marriage of their

daughter, Melverine Morris to ,
Harold Cunningham, son of Eddie Newsby
Cunningham and Lunette Green of

Gainesville.The .

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day, July 28, at 4 p.m. at Mt. Moriah phone 782-3300 '. :
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All friends and relatives are invitedto Church Activities...
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attend. Pastor and Mrs. David Brown are OFFICE
visiting his parents in Carolina and
VBS Begins Sunday his cousin who is ill at this time. Rev. SHOP a Large
United Methodist Church and Mrs. Ira C.Salyers,daughter and --
.At son, of Green Cove Springs,came and ALiUNa6n.ONe.naoFto
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took his place at our church on Sun- 1 Section; of '
Vacation Bible School, The Bible in
'lour World, starts Sunday July 15. day.United 965764 '
Methodist Women will hold
Registration is adult at 6:30 classes.( p.m. for all another yard sale July 14 from 8:30 L 'Starke. Flo. Movies in Stock (]

nursery through a.m. to 4 p.m.atthe church. There, j .
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til 9 p.m. and Monday through Friday Personals f .1. ";,..r .
7-9 p.m. Miss Arthurine Blanchard made

her regular .visit to see her sister,

DAV Meeting Miss Enza Blanchard,on Thursday at ::11
Baker Nursing Home, Macclenny.
Thursday, July 12 While there, she also visited Mrs. < A .H.S. Fisher .

Dla' led American Veterans Minnie Phillips and Mrs. Thelma ; I
Starke Chapter 61, will meet tonight Wilson, who is Mrs. Ethel Reddish's / m
(Thursday), July 12, at 7:30: p.m. in sister, who now lives in Tallahassee.The I ; Video Recorder -I ; i

the Pratt St. Recreation Center.All Young People of First Baptist } .. ,
friends and family are invited to Church put on a musical program .. _.,-
attend this meeting. Wednesday night, July 4, which was / .. For As Little As 1 t
enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. Iva Campbell is spending the ; : ':"".. ,','Ii" ,_
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month of July with her son-in-law and :: Modes15. "" ",.
daughter, Pastor and Mrs. James \: $5'000 I .
Attention: Tompkins.Mr. RENTT88WNWhen : ': .
All Boys & Girls I and Mrs. Ralph Wise visited l Reg. '599.80 per month .

their son and daughter-in-law and ;,.
The second annual Bradford County son, Dilan, of Hampton, on July 4. ., 1.. 'I ..
Contest will be held We are sorry to report that Mrs. \ : i ,
Frog Jumping at, i"I TV's for Rentby \ \ "q'
the Public Library Thursday, 19, Harold Starling spent a week in a, ., .:! ,\" .
at 10 a.m. Prizes will be awarded.July Auburndale Hospital, Auburndale.She .J You Rent A Movie, .,......,. :.., : ... ...l'r ...... .. .,
able to leave there 3.She "' ...,," > .h.J;.. ,. .'... ''' ,
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Then pre-schoolers, Tuesday,will July feature 24, a programfor the color is with was her sister and her July daughter.Our .,You M 'I'Uf ..... .,.1'M: !' ",' the day, '"" '.(1'. .,...,."'..,.....,,..... '' .:, >' .
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are with them. .r-X. ; I. J
prayers
film, "Dragon Over the Hill". ;
On Thursday, July 26, the Librarywill We were happy to have Mrs.Purvis Blank' TapeT128 :: week or month. ;
host a tournament day featuring Brown with us at church on Sunday, i
games for ages 712. Prizes ana July 8. Our prayers are with her. ; r '
refreshments will be provided for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins of Video Cassette ,
participants.Our Tampa visited their grandmother,
summer program will end Mrs. O.J. Anders, on Sunday morn- $6 99 :I I
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August 2 with a watermelon party for ing.Mr. !
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all children. Come join your friends and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake c: I
for a summer of fun at your library, City and their brother,Arthur Meltonof ,: I
Graham, were Sunday dinner BOB BBBBLE FEAT_XE j )
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .:.

Harold Eunice : I : -I .
July 20 Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe and BPECIM *._._
Honored at Luncheon their son and daughter-in-law Mr. ',: r
and Mrs. Danny Wolfe of Cape Coral, HAS IUN EXPANiIE'
Vickie Nicula was honored with a, spent two days with their mother, .
Bridesmaid's Luncheon at The' Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. :
Sisters in Orange Park Saturday, July Glen Shuford on their way from Wilm- ,rr r
by Andrea Del. Rent 2 Movies: '
7. The luncheon was given ington, .
Waterhouse, Gayle Nicula, Tina Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and :e 1
Faulk Cathy Griffis Carmen Eaves family of Brycevllle were Saturday and a Disc Machine ;

and Angle Cummings.The supper guests of their parents, Mr. V.H.S and
long table was covered with a and Mrs. Fleam Starling, on Satur ,; TapeHtntais !
pale blue linen cloth and centered day.Mr. > i:1:
with a silk arrangement of violets. .and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and ::'# : i
The honoree was given the creamerto Kim and Van of Lakeland, spent the .. is 50 ? $
her chosen china pattern as a weekend with their mother, Mrs. & ', ,'; .l''""":,,, .' '
memento of the occasion. Wilma .Wainwright. Kim is spendingtwo ; 'IE ,: -" ',! :
Also attending were Mrs. Octavian weeks with her grandmother,, WE .M.r;: "., Weil.. $. 1 1:
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and Mrs. L. ;
Nicula. Mrs. A. J. Eaves Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. ;

,C. Early,and,Amber Faulk, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley andbaby' $ jfc movies "ln 11Slumber ,
of Jacksonville were Sunday '. .J J TII.'f ; ,
"" ', ,, F. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. *A i'li;!: i' ... < with. : ...... t'
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," Wilkison. Jr. ,: *&( ;' '$50 1w.t. -
Richard C.:Solie: ;'Jr. Mrs. Wendy Smyth of Atlanta, Ga. FRI & SAT d.p..H. '.., :' <
and daughter Elizabeth spent the .. F'<
Receives CommissionIn weekend with her parents Col.! and p. ., ." '. ,I, ," Party, 'p. ,
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National Guard Mrs. William Wilson. Elizabeth will <,' J
be here for the summer. '" .i '.r.. '
Richard C.Solze Jr.,son of Richard Little Heather Wise, daughter of'' Call .and Special I : p {'

Solze Sr. of Starke, was commissioned Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Wise, was ableto ', I. ,
April 27 as a second lieutenant in come'home from Shands Hospital, ,
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the Florida National Guard's 927 Gainesville,, after spending from : ...". B Movies !

Medical Company based. at Camp Thursday to 'Saturday there. Our RESERVEYour ;;: !
Blanding.) prayers are for her. MaoI I
LL Solze, who has a total of 8<4 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and .. \ :: : ;ijil; !JUS, or BETA
years at, prior service in the U.S.. daughters,: Kristina Brantley and ,,1\f F ( 't; I
Marines in the Aviation Maintenance Karen Fetch\ of Lawtey attended a > ', .t,t I: .
Administration Section, will leave Fourth of July cookout at the home of ;; .., 'Uti ': 580W..iC">, : ;' :: I:(+ ""

after the first of the year for Fort Sam their brother and sister-in-law Mr, : I ,.,1 1
in Texas for three months of Video ;;' i' .
Houston and Mrs. Edward Green and family. Today .
officer's basic training He will be Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. ::18Mon..ih; ; '
assigned as a medical service corps Willie,,Green Mrs. Lavonia Griffia, ,, ,, $.

I\cer\ Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sweat and son, Must Call Ahead';,a>I'd) ;, R.mcve.
ROTC at the .
Solze attended Army Johnny, Mrs. Lisa Morgan and son, <.", ,
University of Florida Gainesville Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blaockr! hr}
and is presently working toward a Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Michael Waters
degree in health education at UF. and Chuck Coburn.

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I 1:5:t Scouts Karn Arrow of Light Award... ,
_by!. dinn Schmidt
\1'1'0.I l.iuiu award wliiiHTK In Cub Pack
13. shown with
I 'r.puirulr, ....*.II.r' !Mihu| Becker with Mrs. their P t, Pack 73 endud, the yeur with iO CuL.
.and|, \lr.' mill Mi".. Ih', ifrmen Ilk hard Kaonlck Judy and Becker Eric Brown Scouts earning the highest Cub
: t'hnrfrr; IKiMik-k.. Mutt |",,rb n and Mr. and Mn.nay Durfca"Colby Scouting award available the Arrowof
*.nhilllllliIr.( ( Mhr i t Light.
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uml Mr., James SntilhJason'Morin
and Mrs,,,Wan
t The award hours of
'1.11'111'. ,Brian ttmova and (jWr, and Mn. David Canova, Anthony Wood da +l requires many
and dedication, from the boys.
work
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;iud \1.: Wood, Bryan King and MN Bonnie
r"y lung and Michael
their leaders andparents. The boys
Tierney '
; Mr. and Mrs Michael .
: Tierney.) were honored at the ,Pack; ,meeting
< with a special service recognizing>>
\ their achievement

--- .. s Webelos earning the Arrow of Light,
'r award are Michael Becker Eric
Brown, Brian Canova, Scott Durban
Bryan King, Jason Morin, RichardsRasnick :
Colby Smith, Mlchatet J
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AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE. ,Stop in and shop our., .. Tierney Other,awards Jr., and were Anthony: Wood.

The Bobcat Badge was earned by
Justin McElhanny and Matthew

Watert.Nicholas Bradley received the Wolf

; Badge and Michael Rowell added two
Silver Arrow points to his Wolf Badge.
Ray Maloy, Robert Sapp, and Matthew
Eunice were awarde the Bear
Badge. Michael Howie added a Gold
Arrow to his Bear Badge,
''4tlb Bryan King' and Erlc< Brown
Save to 50 unadvertised Earned the Craftsman Activity
-" MBiBtMiiHw ja WHJt. tip % on specials., ,

; On Sat. it Sun., July 14 &, 15 Come ''t tobour Badge Rasnick Three boys and, Jason Eric Brown Morin, Richard earned


; one .time Sidewall Clearance Sate.l CQPPERTONE SHADE SURE SOLID BEER NUTS their The Aquanauglit Scholar Activity Activity Badge Badge.was

PLUS 'ANTIPERSPIRANT'nothing 13-OZ.TIN awarded to Bryan King the Scientist
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All Items are drastically reduced and' SUPER SHADE 2OZ.2.TYPBS. Rtg.1.99 Activity Badge to Michael Becker,

or or LOTION and the Traveler Activity Badge to
will be back 9.Ritia. Jas Morin.
brought into .the -oz. "
.to 9.N .59! Dolby Smith and Jason Morin earn
store including houseware hardware ed the Sportsman Activity Badge
., Limit2 The Geologist Activity Badge was,
1 Limit earned by Scott Durban Michael
radios, clocks, appliances, shoes w EE Becker, and Bryan King.
Mmit2 fY Michael Becker also received,, the
clothing, automotive etc. 'Saturday 9-9 JiUT2 Naturalist Activity Badge.
Pack 73 earned a record number'of'
'Sunday 9-6.iiiAL awards this year and we look forwardto
an even better.year,beginning. next

.,. fait.Pack 73 would like to thank Dr.
'" y. "'' '10 "" ': "
,.4!; ,,,r t''" .If", ,,"'.w.A');,, John Schmidt for his dedication and
support for the past six years;and the
den leaders who gave so much to their''
1 boys: Bonnie King, Den 2; 'Cana
Schmidt, Den,3; Jean Hula. Den 4i
Peg Trimble, Den 8, 'and, Michael
Tierney and, Gary' Pavis, Wrbckw
Den, ,

Leave Newborn

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Wildlife Alone
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.'" ..1,"" time of year, one often comes across
newly born wildlife which might ap

.' pear to have1 been abandoned or or
." 'iy phaned.Before.
SASSOON CAPRI SUN :, GALAXY 20" gathering ''tip.. that cuddly-
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looking fawn, songbird or oilier' wild
SHAMPOO or CRAPE orFRUIT .BOUNCE SPEED WINDMACHINE creature, and taking it home to care

FINISHING RINSE PUNCH DRINK: FABRIC;; LIQUID-PIUMR H FAN for not it be, consider lost. Except' that.in the the criner.rase may of a

12-OZ.YOURCHOICI ';' SOFTENER ''' DRAIN OPENER #5521 R90.39.99 bird that may have fallen from' its

1 48 EHttiTB Reo.9.89 .1.79 II neat other ,wildlifei'youngJfnay,: be
\I .. ', ; \\ t4J..1.PACKrr-.92'"g' i + !I.. 24" 'inearbyooncealmenlf"- "f"; -"
The human urge is to try to taro for
young wildlife, to nurse (them to
vigorous healthy adults. All too often
:Limit;;2 limit 2 packs lightweight& durable. the attempt is literally shortlived. In

many cases, tM I young animal fails to
"I 6I'1IGI:1i respond and dies.
Even when successful, caring for
: VIP PRO DURACELLd'ALPNA wildlife out'of its natural habitat hall
SHOP ANYONE'S 1250WATTHAIR "AA" ALKALINE its problems. When released in the
LIQUID- + wild, an animal which has been
VITAMIN E ANTACID.1 AD AT ECKERD BATTERIES dependent upon humans for food and

BOIIUIOP1CO, We 1 t DRIER PACK or aReg. .. protection becomes an easy target for
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490 LU. with CC .1.99WEEDEATER ...... predators and i is the
; SIMCTHICONB. NYV 1950 transition from food handouts to\sear
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lll-OZ. :. citing for sustenance In a, new and
249 N, 119 : prices' on,identical 10.99 Sate Price strange, wild environment.
1 1'I, \ I.merchandise.Brih9 illI Making pets of.wild creatures can
Limits I, /TS.OU Mail-In Rebate also be dangerous. A baby raccoon or,
I 'Compare ihcarrehtad !;, skunk can rabies.inflict painful bites and
400IU 1OOAI'fjUOII; 7.SS may carry
Vowr Final CottJt
.Mylanta., .J ? & seel There are other hazards as well. A
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spgf d &4 heat levels fawn grows quickly bndat six monthscan

L : Ljj I knock an adult human, l 10 the
COTY 21" SQUARE RAID ANT& I ground. There have !been many ac,
,ALKASELT2ERIATVMTM THICK HCALTHY 10" ELECTRIC / counts of. pet deer suddenly, and
COVERED ROACH KILLER ,
MASCARA "' t WEEDER/TRIMMEft without\warning, turning upon human
1 9gwartusl' i GRILL 2AA12- lies I*.M benefactors,and !Inflicting\: bodily sinjury. -
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wIth FOLD-AWAY ,
""" M9.US r A young bird ,tailed. from its nest j
",, "' p SIM SHCUP. .2 999 I ,
', 48964IMO. SUNftAKEft should be carefully returned Other
WOXZ5MAfcWOICATSe CHAPS .".M VINYL STRAP line JeeQ. animals should 'be left alone: oc
.? TRAVEL SUB LAWN FURNITURE Autq returned\ to the .wild. Contrary to
'SHAVE CRtAM17CQnoz. ..COLOOiWTEARS CHAIR Ma.sa.. too OUTIIOOIIIXTlNSION oi.13.99 populalr belief', maternal instincts
.aYYrati Reato ,5 g88 + RYOBI SPINNING are strong and most wild mothers will)
:: FIlM...' MRiaents 9 29" \ REEL& ROD COMBO w reclaim the young, even with human
(Roll aboutWWheei''s \ "MOOftOt22ettef. ) ..41.! scent on them: i
imit : avoid ,
CNAtlR 33.99 Solrs far better to the temp
mvfti K.PflClt10:00
KMicsroro or QAKCHAKCOAL r
NATURALE ,..,. .19 : lation of picking up and caring for
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Mail aeeate
in
be
""""" wildlife which to
ARTIFKIALTKARS young appears
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pvfgotIJMLY' lSMI. ,: 23.99 v.ur taut Nt. abandoned. The 'U do much better.on
4 ar Limit 1PRINGLE'S ; .:. "0". their own.
*Oe ..LET iij I 'IGLOO PLAYMATE GPX AM/FM It is also illegal' to, possess any live

I ....to 2... 15-OT.COOLER, COMPACXSTEREO' wild animal, except squirrels without
R1O : a permit. Violators are, subject to
177.
Vane. to POTATO CHIPS. OfSUNKIST [Mi iI 1 R'B. ;:.:. fines up to( $S0 and-or, 60 days in jiiit

cHEEX UMS ,,*Y 13988Track
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a CAWMiN HOSE '
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l IL + Enjoying Florida's outdoor
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2' means
That
I FRUIT GEMS ELECTRIC I itca"...:.:r;.102. natrual together.wonders oMhe state with alt i

ALARM CLOCK e .\ generations. ,
Limit 11 r Mlaitl111 / '"When you renew your hunting ano
OiCl4l iliYIMO IMiINKIiR 4W t 4. S.Hlighted : license this year. rememberthe
REACH',PLUSTOOTHBRUSH ; t ?*. 4.S9'STATE ; fishing ," Col
CHAftLBSWOOOFUflNfTURf "' 1 younger generations says
-- dial.BtCYCLB '
Robert N, Brantly ell'the Cumt: nA
Fitt; OUA Fresh Water fish cotsimiHHion;'
: 25% Off Brantly, executive director of UK
PLAYING, commission?,said there 1\1'1\1) better'
: RSGULAR PRICK'u' CAK0S way to share the outdoors: than l If'take
, Compute ttefc Microwave 1u1 7 4: I i a Ju A kid hunting or fishing.
crrt stand.Entertainment wnter, a' 9RYY! 1A1 Under Florida law, children''muter
; TV or Retfore)CMbinqt. '
3etectianvay va'( ;tlfl'n l11i the age of 15 are not required to purchase
. a hunting W fishing, license
\. However,'once a child reaches. h4 r
or she must have a license to Wi or
i ::.....;'DAILY 9 to 9."sir 9 to 6.,Sate Prf s good. ttini Vie., JMly! .14th.nr hunt: ,
*l
'. available from\ fount
When you're serious about Emi *" moKT TO LJMRT QUANTITIES. License are '
i ''tax collectors. office '11'. theft
subagenlv-'Luca' fishing ;and worn*
': .' : '. convienc stores carry fishing licen*'v

I ttu rd '$: ;jS ring Center : In Uw Bradford County arts,
<, : 9j : : ""'So when you renew your license\ hyp
'.j! a'd' June 30, take an extra step awl buy
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13 Earn; btraignt- A/s. atBradford.A: ; : ;,: ; \ '

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Tliirlwn, or I.a percent of the.tu- Kelliene Baldwin, Donna Barker Kristin Alday, Barbara Balkcom. \ '
ih-nl biMly, earned straight-A's for the Amy Benson, Pencie Sue Blackburn, David Barnes, Lisa Blalock, Joel Like Father, Like Son...
scrnnd semester of the 1983-84 term at Robert Boswell, Marsenna Brantley, Brewer, Shllynn Chaff, Charles
Krudford High School. Patricia Lynn Browder, Amy Clark, Coburn, Vicki Crockrell, KeUi'Jo Michael D. Rieske, con of MnJ. and
Two seniors, three juniors, one Mrs. Terry Rleskl of Starke. wascommissloned
Tracie Clark, Allison Denmark, Dyal, Suzanne Dyal, Christopher
lieutenant In
sophomore, and seven freshmen Venus Doughman Cheri Green, Farmer, Angela Ford, Sharyn Ford, a second
the it the
US mt
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earned straightA's.Another Joseph Griffis, Polly Griffis, Edward Carrie Foster, Kimberly Gowens. Army Aviation April
120 students, or 11.7 percent Hall), James Hayes Sherry Herndon, Barbara Green, Bradford Green, Bill University of South Florida.
Ills
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of the 1.025-member student Lynn Holtzendorf, Nancy Jakob, Hamilton, Alexis Jenkins, James administer T.E. Terry
Riekul of
body, earned A's and B's for the second Tricia Lawson,Karen Martin,Sharon Johnson, Timothy Manning, Robert f the oath who commission -
to his U, will
semester. It means the students Martin; Tonja McCloud, Jill Moore, McRae, Ricky Moore, Tonda Moore ion Mike train
for In to tofly
wont through three six-week grading Paul Moore, Richard O'Steen Stacey Audrey Pierce, Terri Ragan, Logan report fixed duty aircraft.Mike's August.
periods plus final exams to earn Reddish,"" Rita Terese Richardson Ricks, Lisa Rix, Patrick Rowley, "I winged LTCRT) F.O.
places on the second semester honor George Ricks, Nancy Shuford, Deanna Stephanie Sams Shaun. Schmidt grandfather.
Rieske center and his father MaJ.
roll. Nineteen seniors, 28 juniors 34 Watkins,Ella Shuford Ann
Tomlinson, Michelle Stacey Starling Nathan T.E.flasks,left,pinned on his second
sophomores, and 39 freshmen earned Amy Williams, Cindy Winkler. Starling, Ruth Underwood, Anna. lieutenant ban. Ills mother, Anne
places on the semester A-B honor roll. Marie Ward, Greg Wiggins Hal
Rleske, was also'present for the
Freshmen:... Wood, Susie Workman. ceremonies.
The straight-A students, by grade, ..
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are: -

Seniors; j.

Sharon D. Griffis, daughter of Mr. .
and Mrs. Clifton Griffis of Starke, ., .
Miss Griffis was enrolled in family .' ';"..
living, basic functional math, and : .,
,
chorus. ( '. '
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Michelle Kimutis, valedictorian of .: '.< ...
the Class of 1984 and daughter of Mr. 'j."
and Mrs. Edward F. Kimutis, Jr. of
Starke. Miss Kimutis was enrolled in
advanced American history and
government, Spanish II, college
algebra and trigonometry, and ad- ( '
vanced English 12.
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Juniors:

Kay Allen, daughter of Mr. and .
Mrs. Robert Allen of Starke. Miss
Allen was enrolled In algebra II _

DCT-1.anatomy and physiology, andDCT2. .

Stephanie Redding,daughter of Mr.
iind Mrs. Lonnie Redding, Jr. of ,
Surke. Miss Redding was enrolled in JIhIII774I1IJ17ir 'z, I '
advanced American literature and
English If. Spanish II, computer : .h.
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/literacy, and geometry.
Dawn Scott, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Scott of Lawtey Miss
Scott was enrolled In computer
science I,advanced American historyand
government, and geometry.
REGISTER TO WIN

Sophomores: MICHAEL JACKSON
Lorena'R. Miller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James L. Miller of Brooker. CONCERT TICKETS AT THE iffy I f
Miss Miller was enrolled In functional ''' {
math, standard English 10, and PEPSI DISPLAY IN ALL

physical education. PANTRY PRIDE STORES. ,.

Freshmen: IDRAWING TO BE HELD 7-1&84 AT s P.M. ''r 1 \t

Stephen Akridge, son of Emmett NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN. y '7#j'iiV
Akridge of Starke. Akridge was
enrolled in standard American
government, algebra I, physical \ ,N :
education and life management.Deena .
Cox, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tommy Cox of Brooker. Miss a///l//I
Cox was enrolled in standard English ,

9, physical education and life .. .. . ,
management skills, and standard .- -. .. .
American government. .
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Sherri Harrell, daughter of Mr. and ,,' .- -' '-
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Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker. ; .
Miss Harrell was enrolled in standard.>:'

Spanish American I. government,algebra I,and Bon'e' I' es' s JJ.S.D.A.TOP CHOICE $39'A)1: -

Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.John Hsieh of Starke. Miss Hsieh
was enrolled in standard English 9,
standard American government, and .
I.Melissa CHUCK ROAST .
Miller, daughter of Mr.and LB"
Mrs. James L. Miller of Brooker.
Miss Miller is enrolled algebra I, 'BEEF PATT1E MIX 1LBP.KG.U.S.D.A .
modern scientific methods, and stan- <:
dard English 9. TOP CHOICE Great'5LB 99 'MR.TURKEY ,
Tammy Thomason,daughter of Mr. FAMILY SIZE PKG. UNDERBLADE $179 Atra CheeseFranks (
Ground 79
and Mrs. R.F. Thomason of Brooker. Irnls.
Miss Thomason was enrolled in stan- Calf. Steak JL
dard English 9, algebra I,and chorus. QJMBERlANDGAP' ,
Pamela Willingham, daughter of Smoked or PolishSausage $199 "
Mrs. Mary Willingham of Brooker. IMPORTED
Miss Willingham is enrolled in stan- LEAN FRESHLY Oak Sliced Ham .. "a 1.1.9FAMILYSIZEPKG. .
dard American government, algebraIA Bid EIGHT MEAT OR BEEFGwaKney's
and chorus. MROlCIUCEIITEAGOLDENIAOWN' ,
$179 JUST HEAT*EAT PRANKS ;.tla1 .59 ,

A-B Honor Roll: Ground Chuck Filed Fish SticksUAOA .. .. H ., fKOo lla 1.39 COTTO-MEAT OR BEEF IIOZ ; .

The 120 students who earned placeson .TOP FAHM.V CHOC SIZE! FKa Oscar i Mayer SALAMI PalitLONESSS 1 .19 "
the semester A-B honor roll 8UCID OlIVE LOAF OR SLICED V' t '
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grade: Chuck Eye FWet,Steaks .u,2.99Bonetoss Sunny land BOUOOMA. PSG .89 ::' : ?

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.'" Slark '..Suns took third pint in the district Jr.Girls tournament In Titusville last
'',. 12 and under | | weekend'
girl softball tournument TiluHvllle UH _ .
weekend. The Suns were 3-2 in the tournament
/' They are from left-to-right, front row: 'Cathy' Jo __ losing to the Melbourne Sharksin
,C Jackson. Krlttly HurrlHim, hher Brown and Chanda the first round then to the Rookies
,,'. '. WoodH..Back row: Jull Jackson Konda Bryant Cindy 'I of in the final round of the losers
Moutons I)e le Prevail and luilara JackMon. a aIr bracket.
Not hhuwn are Monika Williams pebble Hunkeriton. t & After losing 9-3 to the Sharks In th*
Wyntrlette Chandler Terri Kitties, Misty fill and first round, the Suns went for three
Charmln WlggliiH. straight wins before being
eliminated.
Satellite Beach Lassies stayed in
the winners bracket and beat the
Rookies up from the losers bracket
putting them in second place.
,. PRGCE&JCOUPONS CALIFORNIA LARGE
w Game One
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:}, of the ball game to take .the,
Suns. Later in the tournament the
CALIFORNIA RED'OR WHITE Suns switched, roles and beat the
Sharks in a 5-3 squeakers.
Rhonda Bryant led the Suns in hit
< : ting with 2-of-3 including a double

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summer fruitit's on sale CALIFORNIA \ point Bandits.advantage over the Osceola

Leading hitters for'the Suns in the
now. Sweet and delicious, second game were Monika Williams
2-of-3 with a 'triple, and Laura
big and juicy. We've got JUMBO Jackson with a double Jackson's dou
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nectarines $249 in the fifth Inning.
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South Sumter Bandits by one point.
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lead in hitting.Jull Jackson hit 2of4with
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WITH A$7 50OR 79 REGULAR( OR HOMESTYLE The Rookies took a 6-2 lead going in-
MOREFOOD SMAIleBCr MED 48 CT, 32-OZ PLAIN', MEAT OR MUSHROOM; $ 59 to the fourth inning. The Suns scored
ORDER LARGE 32 CT. 1 two in the fourth to pull the game
Ragu Spag Sauce within two points 6-4,then the Rookies
ASSORTED fuvoas ,I ,rallied in four runs in the fifth inningto
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'FROZEN .Pantry Pride, begin to stratify which,means splits
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Them will be eight reluming 8'0,19 pound Michael Early will be ; wic 1 '
I starters to the Bradford grid team on adding experience to the sam ,, S .1 ,
I defense making It the strongest assetto linebacker position. Early: has startedfor -S : JIi
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The. defense should be the strong, the defense," commented Hurse. rr'+ s., i '(
point of the team. We have more size Behind' Early at sam linebackerwill '"
and experience on defense than we be Ron Brown and Hamilton. If ".
have had In the last four years," says Brown and Hamilton can secure the '
I loud Bradford Football Coach David sam linebacker spot, Early will be ''J\
lIurse.I moved to an inside linebacker posi : 'JI''
I "Buy the end of the season last lien : : I'I
year, we had a pretty good defensive Tony Davis will be returning to the :
game and that experience'' will be an roverback position. Davis saw very : k
asset to us," said Hurse. little action during spring practice.
This week the Telegraph will take a Craig Falstreaux started at inside ''S
hook at the experienced players that linebacker last season, and should be ,i"
will be returning to the team this returning with good experience, ac
season on defense Next week a cording to Hurse.At '
review of the more inexperienced the middle safety position three n l J f S, 1 ,
players will be made. people will be contending for the spot.Frank J4 S S a, i Ties 4 1{,.,j w 'i S
Long, Andy Jones, and John Y !

Anchoring the defensive line will be David Francis. should see action at P t
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veteran tackles Donald Thornton and safety. err S
Jamie Whitehead. Thornton 511 and Gerald Brown started at corner last t
260 pounds is also a wrestler'' during season and should return as a starter

the off season. Whitehead weighs in at next season. "Brown. is a fine .all k I
255 pounds and along with Thornton around athlete; says Hurse.
add good size to the offensive line. "Our inexperience is in the secondary ,
"Both were starters,last year and but I feel like we have athletes
were improving through the end of that are capable of doing a fine job," ,
the season," says Hurse. added Hurse. "The biggest problemwe Dixie
Defensive ends that are returning always face Is that they report to Boys All-Stars.,.. ; :

to the squad are Lonnie Hamilton and the first day of practice' in good These are the menu-hern of the Stark..e Dixie/ Boys All-Star team, presently Team members are from kft-to-right, front row Dean Cubbedge, Ed :
Barry Warren: Hamilton, a 6'0, 180 physical condition' participating in the district tounmmei it ut Lake City this week. Douglas Richie Barnes Jody Brown Jason Brown, Manny Alcantara and j
pound junior played in most games Fall practice begins for the Tornadoes At press time Starke had beat .,akt( City In the first round of the tourna. John Berry, Jr.. Second rows Dewey Williams Paul Akridge' Brian : d ,
last season and will also be switchingto on August IS. "I'm optimistic ment then fell to tough Middleburg In the second round. So far In the tourna. Whitehead, Billy lleavnrr. Jerry Roebuck,. Alan Wood Chad .Reddish ; ,'
strong line backer some during the. we can get off" toe fast start when we ment, Middleburg ,lit undefeated. Robert Starling and Kevin Shealy. In front Is bat boy Kevin Blankeliilblp. i; h h5
upcoming season. begin drills. ,
Warren, 6'1, 180 pounds, missed Hurse also reminds players that .. .' it
11 spring practice due to back, surgery, summer work out with weights is
but Is expected to be ready for action deterimental to conditioning for foot 1 I '. : i f.
I by fall practice sessions ball ,', t) i WAWW, 1 : i n ,.

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beat Lake City, in the Starling tripled to lead off the fifth made too many defensive mistakes," i 1"
\ : : ( baseball team was 1-1 at the district first round of the tournament "Thisis inning then stole bases all the' way. 'Starke drew blood in the'second inn- ,j

Starke to Host DixietMajor Tourney.... ,'r. '''/' tournament shot in Lake City and still hasa the best hitting bunch of boys I've around the bases for a run. Ing with three runs. Shealy got to base 1 i '
the "
at taking championship ever had, said All-Star Coach Jerry
"The kids played defense real well, on an error then stole second.Reddish j f
Starke has been selected as the site. for the Dixie Youth Major j AllStars'dislrlct through the loser's bracket. Wilson. "The bats. were the hottest during the game," said Wilson. got to base on a walk, putting runners i
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baseball tournament s ,i.- .-, ; I've ever seen." first and second. j
The tourney is set for July 16th, through 21st at the Edwards Road Sports. Dean Cubbedge had a bunt single I Ito
The Starke team was dubbed to Dewey Williams went to distance to
Complex. Robert Starling hit 4-of-4 Includinga score Shealy. Akridge got to first on j
take on Gainesville West Wednesdaynight be the winning pitcher Williams hasa
Dixie Youth Minor All-Stars eliminated from the district tournament
were a single then stole second and third
All-Stars still in I too late for the results to be single, double,.triple, and home run; total season record of 10-2 pitching. I
the
in after loses. The Dixie
Middleburg two Boys were runn- then scored wild ,
on a pitch
lead Starke In ;
to the team, hitting. i
In the Te'e' > Should Lake used four
published Ilaph. City pitchers during
ing at the district tournament in Lake City at press: time. The Dixie Boys had Starke scored three runs in the first Starke scored its final two points in j ,q
Starke win that would face the
beaten Lake City 15-6 and fell to Middleburg 12-5 in the second round.. game they inning.,Alan Wood doubles then Starling game. the sixth inning on walks, stolen bases !{ f,1
the winner of the Middlebur -Lake City i Other leading hitters during the
Wednesday night they were set'to play Gaineville West. hit'a home for two of the 1 and a single by Heavner. '
game. A.win over take City would run Lake City game were Wood 2-cf-3 witha it, i": ;
secure the championship, but Slarke scores: Fifth batter; Kevin Shealy hit single and double, Akridge 2-of-4
?" 'I would have to play Middleburg 'a sew a hprner for the third .\run, ,., with two dingles Brown lof-1 with a Cubbedge was on the mound for the' :

Ceramic Caassflegin, ,: Monday, ... coed to beat Md! ,>-"'iln..the< Chad Jody Brown"slngledthen single, and Shealy l-of-3 with a home first, ;Three innings then Brianhileiep'd'rameitllorelieve. ."*.....
dleburg in'thefirs\ game."A' team/ ; walked ) I .
Ceramic classes sponsored by the Starke Recreation Department: will must' loose twice before being" ':and,Heavner got on base on an err to run.The tide turned on Starke in 'the ''Tl\\ lte: ..DUdE! -YotftH I'Mlno*
begin Monday, July 9. '. : "' eliminated from the tournament. fill the basses. Then Williams made itS Middleburg game losing 12-5. league All-Stars lost 'two straight
Classes on Monday night will be 7.10 and on Wednesday mornings will be Middleburg was undefeated at press ;!to first on another error then Wood "The bats just went dead on Us," games, eliminating them from the
912. Classes Wilt be held at the.Old. National Guard Armory time. singled and Starling doubled. said Wilson of the game. "And we district tournament.

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,. oI'; ",.II >' ; A.;', ';", ," ';' ; :,. Statutes, the operative ',*; FLORIDA this' application porol.'a specified In the regular meeting .held at are hereby and herewith
,copy of your written t CITY CONSUMER SER ,facts concerning the M CIVIL ACTION a* specified In the zoning Zoning Cod. of Bradford 7:00 P.M. In the Council given nolle In'accor
NOTICE OF INTENTION defense, If any to It on VICE OF FLORIDA, INC., 'seizure 'of the' property S. CAE NO. 84-321 J, ..codes-: .th.Wt'af r > County.'. -. Room of Starke City Hall dance' .with Florida
petitioner JOHN G. .te., ore as follows: I 'Starke. l.M. Gaines Stark., Florida on Tues Statute that the Board
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS. SCHAK 327 Butler Ter Plaintiff' 1. County,, of Seizures IN RE: The Marriage of y. 't ".M. Galne* 5 5 .i<, .* Director day. July 31, 1984 and of City Commissioners of
NAME 'Bradford. RICHARD ,(W, MURRAY ,t. 'iD ( "*.' '
Bradford Starke Florida have
race Stark; FL 32091, VsTOMMIE v ': Director, 5 County' make a recommendationto ,
Pursuant !O. Section on or before August 2, CASON, JR. and 2. Dot of Seizure: JR, ill*. .. Starke Bd. of Ad|. Zoning Board the Board of County designated' the Stark
865.09, Florida Statute, 1984, and file the CHARIENE\ T. CASON. April 30. 1984. Husband- ; .5 1tche7/2| 1 j J-,: ?r '.Itchg 7/12 Commissioner and the Zoning and Planning
notice I.I hereby 'given 'original with the clerk of his wile, 3. Law'.nfarc.m.nt and rt'jWCHERYL Board will consider on Board to conduct a public:
that the undersigned this court either before Defendant. agency holding/ above A.,,MURRAY' .-...,.. ........... ., Monday, August 6. 'J9B4, hearing at" a regular
Daniel F. McKlnney. sol. service on petitioner or described property! Wlfe.,;{" 'at the Commissioners meeting held at 7:00,
,Immediately thereafter: NOTICE OF SALE Bradford County Sheriff'sOffice Room at the Bradford ,.M, In the City Commission
owner the doing firm businessunder I of! D otherwise ,a, judgement Storke, Florida, .,'.NOTICE.. : .6f" ACTION NOTICE, NOTICE: .County Courthouse. meeting room.Storti' .
name will be eMered for,the NOTICE 1 IS HEREBY 4. Court having' Stark...Florida at 10:00 City Hall, Stark.,
ft E Satellite T.V., P.O. relief demanded In the GIVEN pursuant, to a jurisdiction Circuit .TO-; CHERYL A. MUR STARKE CONGREGATIONAL JERRY C. MUSIC has A.M an Ordinance Florida, on Thursday July -
Box 89, Starke, Fl, petition; Final Judgement of Court, Bradford- County, RAY, c/o Mr and Mrs. JEHOVAH'S made application for relating tor 26, 1984 and make a
33091 Intend toiogister Florida. "-. ,.Gerald Johnson, Rout SPECIAL EXCEPTION recommendation to the
:WITNESS my hand and Foreclosure dated July WITNESS hat made application The rezoning of the
.said fictitious, the seal of this Court on 31, 1984, entered In Civil 5. Anticipated 'date of 1 Box 306, Vanceboro, to the Stark. SIZE VARIANCE to the following described: pro-: City of Slorke Commissioners :
name under the June 23..1984. Cos No. 83-480 CA-01 of' filing: June 30 '1984. North Carolina 28586. Zoning and Planning Bradford County B60rdof perty and amending the and the Board
aforesaid statute. GILBERT S. BROWN the Circuit Court 'of the 7/122tchg.7/19 YOU ARE HEREBY Board for reclassification' Adjustment on pro Comprehensive land 'will consider1 on Tues-
Dated this 15th day of Clerk of the Court Eighth Judicial Circuit In., \\"J NOTIFIED that an action: of the property'describ pert that ,Is classifiedRSf :Use Plan to provide that day; August 7. 1984 at
June; 1984. I In 'Bradford By: Marlon McRa 'and for Bradford County,1 .."'.....1 "' for dissolution of marriage ed below from RIC to RP and described land currently zoned OR the some said plac at
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County, Deputy Clerk Florida wherein' CITY NOTICE and' oth.r relief Parcel 3267 at corner of below. and .designated by the' 7:00: P.M.'Of' Ordinance
6/21 4tpd! 71JNOTICE' 6/28 4tchg 7/19 CONSUMER SERVICE OF OF PROPOSED has ....... Iflled against Pratt'and Christian At Santo F. Shores plan as Agricultural be '''relating to: '
FLORIDA., INCan etc., ENACTMENT OF you In' the above-ityled Street, In Section 28 60'x70' of lot 7 Ilk, I, rezoned to RSF-MH, and The 'r.JlClnlng.Of the
.''',' plaintiff, and TOMMIE ORDINANCE BY ,Court and'.you, are required Township 6 South. Rang. Parcel 6219A.00701, In designated Residential. 'following described property
OF INTENTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,CASONft.. and CITY COMMISSION ,10"serve a copy 22 East; to use existing Section t, Township 9 the property of GUST and amending the
REGISTER Of FLORIDA EIGHTH CHARIENE .CASON., STARKE, FLORIDA, of'"iyour, 'written building for business services South !Rang 22 East to' KAUOS described CIa Comprehensive land
TO ,
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JUDICIAL,:CIRCUIT IN ,his wife ore defendant V TW .,h defenseA: any to it : with'special l exception build on less than 20.0OO follow: 400 feet Cosf of Use Plan to provide that
I .i FICTITIOUS.j NAME, AND FOR BRADFORD I'.; will sellto' the NOTICE <..IS5HEREBY: '.'on',JAMJ9| L. TOMLINSON. No. '0. sq. ft.The. Hwy 100 on North side land currently zoned
Pursuant to' Section" ,:COUNTY FLORIDA highest 1 ,and best bidder GIVEN that the *,rcpos4 ESQUIRE Post Office This change In Bradford' County of Ct. Rd. 100A (Grtffl. R1A;and designated by
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863.09, Florida IN NEt Th* Marrlag of 'for cash, In' the lobby of, ed' Ordinance,, .whose' Drawer 40, Stark, *.classification: -,!*< subjectto Board of Adjustments Loop), Two ((2) acre: out the plan a* Residential!
Stotut.slnonce ) the Bradford County title hereinafter appears Florida' 90091, and file a public hearing to beheld will conduct a public: of parcel 4491 /If Section be rezoned to PUP and
'I* hereby given,, CHARLM SLIFffl. Hue J'Courthous North' ;,. will be considered th' orlojnol with the on Thursday July hearing at their, regularmeeting 33. Township 6 South, designated Planned Unitperty
that the undersigned.. ...... and LIMEY( H, DIX ,
; ,ple Avenue-: Stark, for final enact- ''Clerk, ;.Jh the. above- 26, 1984 at 7:00 P.M., In held on Tues Range 22 East to be ableto Development the pro
J.A. MOSS, CR-a| and. ftlFM. Wtf. .Florida at 11:00 o'clock :m.nt on the 17th day of sty led, Court, on or the Council Room In the day. July ,,31. 1984, at put mobile home of ROBERT HARRISOWd
Division Street .Homp, CAM NO.: S4-2M-CA .b.fl)" IQ August 1984. ,, Holl 7:30: P.M. In the Council further I1' HENRY L. COOK.
\ a.m., on the 31st day of July,.A.D., 1984, at the Stark City on You are given'
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ton, ,H' 32044. sole ,NOTtCKOf ACTION July 194,. the. following CityCommission Otherwise, a |udge- .Thompson' Street Room of City I Hall on NOTICE, that a copy of described a* follows:
owner, doing ,butlnoM TO:, Leslie OlxSI'fer, ."' ..crlbed; property ,Meeting commencing, 'Mont shall be entered Stark, Florida. At this Thompson Street said proposed OR. APPROXIMATELY twenty
under the firm. name of ((49 Waft' Rood,' Port: set forth In' said Final;, :of 7:30: j).",.'. In the City oaalnst' .).you for the time, all person ''In. 1 Starke, Florida. ,At this' DINANCE l Is ovolloWe for ((20) acre: located In the
GASOLINE ALLEY;C@ol$, mouth.Havnt*., England ,Jucs.em ntt. to wltiThNW Hall. 209 N. Thompson ,;relief requested In the' terested shall be heard time all' ersonswlij be, your Inspection at the office ..1400 bleck, 'of West
end, Division"' Street; ,1o U.K .'of S!' 'and Street'Storke, Florida. Patltlon( .(; for or.against the proposal -'' heard concerning this 'of the Director,of Ralfurd/ \ Rood- .parcel
Hampton.'FL'32044.satIiC'In. "YOM,, ,Me.NOTIFIED'. .' ;AVVi' of, Section : 23, ,'A'' copy,',,of sold Ordinance iAnTMna. ( my: hand and a* specified In the, application, 'as specifiedIn Zoning and Planning, City / 2344-OO300 and
tertd to rcfllster, that '.* Ptllloi for ..Township South, Rang. may b* irV seal 10' sold Court on Zoning Code of the City the 'Zoning Codas of Holt. ThompsonStreet '3344-OOSQ1 (Including re
i' titlous nome und.tthe', ,'DIssoMkJn of Marriage,, 21 tost, Bradford CountyFlorida 'spec ted by any member ',t""hiJ'": }day of July' of, Storke. Bradford. County. Starke; Florida. maining lot of.Casa Del
aforesaid, .'atutoDoted ho* been flied ;ogalnst ... '''of the public at lh. Office '*. stLt? Walter WestcoM, l.M. Gaines, Each and every person Forrest) "In. Section 20,
ll\ls-5tti aaq'0f, and th*. petitions.ek4to''restore DATOD this 2nd doy of of the City Clerk In: "_'1" GfUl RT '.BROWN Chairman Director having'any 'Interest ''township/ South. Rang ,
July, A.O., |9 4i, In Bradford you : "July, f 1111I4. ''th*',City Hall Stork, .Clerk Circuit Courts .Stark Zoning ft )Itchg 7/19 whatever In the , County.: '.., > .;.; : i your : S '. Lisa Alvarez Planned' Unit. .
? ,Clerk of Circuit Court" Florida.,, On' the. date ;, ,fanning Board meet of this proposed .. \,, Development
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'.1raS ; : previous nome. You are;; ', .. ..... '.fl
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:; Byi Sol' ove-mentioned: all'', I M ((141 J Deputy Itchg 7/12 "'t. .ORDINANCE should op.
':r.qulr.d tio serve o copy Deputyclerkk, Interested parties may' l-tyl( ..tchg8/or: ,. pear and be heard at the You are 'fvrthef\1?given
."on. ;(*f your written def.nges. Atrorn.yfarPlalmMh' appear and be heard I t -.,..... NOTICE I time and place prescribe ;NOTICE j that '* copy of
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,, /If ony't the petition en L. Joseph Hoffman.Sul with respect to this pro- ,, .._. OF APPLICATION ed. 'aid proposed ORJDINAHCS .
I' OP BRADFORD COUNTY::' t ''pett.)on..'.. attorney / *. i posed Ordlna"" .. REZONING -. i .O.JJOOFBRADFORD : .to available for
FLOIItI II, Kenneth' Brooten, Jr., 1S41 Sunset Drive : AN "'"ORDINANCE S 'NOTICE NOTICE, 'AND AMENDMENT COUNTY .your inspection) a*tile office .
I CIVIL ACTION NO. ,po.t, :.Offlcfo* '7". Miami FL 381 J 'AMENDING. SECTION 4ff,;;'N'th* "'..' """ ',:<',..'W '" / OP THE / ., ''M' ;.. ,,*? COMMISSIONERS of,'the}Director of
'' 4.232 Galitesvllle.. Florida, 7/12 JlKhg 7/19 IS.I Of"TH8.CI7V'., j> CONGREGA-- '. 'SANKEYM. MIIIE#has .ANDUSEPLASL: ,r JiitJ; !( ;.;: '\ f 1iI'! ; G.'; Brown, Zoning'' ._ :"1),1"0.
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.: IN Ml The M4loeOf: ',\A Itv ......( ',..*, Hi.thei 1, r 1.j 1.-. ;,' TO MBSMIT'TMOCITYt Ihw, mad* oo- ', Bradford ,County Zoning 'An; ORDINANCE ame", -Ij,l'( ..:" ': 'fc'; ''7Of, ,th--" .., .1IIvrkIo.
JQHNG.5CHMC.. 'i ,rrHA tort ga'l' e.1': ; jtT SPECIAL IX- Board for reclasslllcotlon: ding ,the.Comprehensive. Each and ewpr p-
t f Husband'"s": *.' 5 .'... ceartiNMlar.ka/ot'e. .'. ; Ii'" for Na. 10. el the property-descrlb- torn! Use Plan''Element'-'. Ai ; ":"......;;,, % ?hovl tZ:., iNterest
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JO SCHAK.Wife. ':...... ..I"1 ... io Chaplet Tlot! 10. M.SIGILATEMtr1Nl I of Adjust .:.RSf-MHrOff 13th St.": ';County. Florida In occor. ;" -, ..hiJ'NOTICi, I a :
I -.w.:ehtir 'etkarviMar t' 'r1l' .......i tile M nil!. operty brad.tertghtioff done with the. local ;i y, y; ./OFAPMICATION m
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: ,1lsfatnh!will be tea d ......rcf Coon.ar ING BOMp TOP.. b.lowt right. 20,000'sq.IH.( preventive Planning Act ANOAMtt+MMNT ikrre esslt tslta.It. !!
TOo;; ''S4SI?.,7iRa', 'I;:::::::yaw for the nritotIn ....,. to..... FOaM THI FUMCTtON. ..7 at corner (240x100)( ) In Northon of 17) provided. for' kv Of niII" '
I 1,1.wood -,' ',' fh'1.! ...; sa,, oho, pftii Ruf4 to' Straw Cause ',Of'THC BOAM Or AD-; and ChrlsrtonHorK corner of Parcel 2012: fn Chapter, |6]:' of ,the LAND UN r tAP J : :
tmi, *; ClIo *',*. i\t, "hy'' '1Mr1'bfNwring' MtnttfHHt AN-- PRO< 36,. ,Section,2*,,, TowraNp.,* ,Florida "otvt ." w ',
fOU AMf ''NOTtftflfltho ,. = .Mt IO,,t9S1- described, properly VKNNO AN IMMMHATCecnv T 6 South Rang ..South flange M Ea... to JO; ;Ap Ci I :, TalC.poy. ft" ......,
! an" action: fttr, V S. Mown" ;,Clerk'Byz should rwt b* f i4eJtM f : DATE.ByrTererc.M 27 d'b' us* existing be obi. to place mobile'', ." end;': In- ding the Comprehensive. :t-M.: ..... '
i 1 'Diiwfvtlcrt of .Marti,**' Bwiall woody; --Y'-:.".' :to HMI SUM c* PIM! der rowWi, r business seer ..Isom on 2O.OOO *q. ft. tereiterf persami] \ and Us. Plan i Element ..
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,' .? .- .;..< ., :. ,' ';:The cpmpe.t\ onjs' tough AfJII1 i>d.khlteu, >i11ieevenhwglie' atthe*c.yt ?, 4 ? k''q ..., ;'.s..
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since we opened this track. They really Ore on par with some of the best riders '"1f t pi
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(1( ', tip.,,s,} 4 "' f r ,.. in the highly competitive sport, and is constantly challenging other riders, Ke stone's Christy Cogleyat lower right) has qualified for the'.national
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.. Beginning in' July dancing will be held the second and Aerobic Closes .11 ," r4 r, ;i. I .... .f.,,;!,' I, 'J':.g .
Square Dancing. square or. being offered Monday and Wednesday at 9:30: a.m. 4 p.m. II h t.tJ,;" ; ,.' .d n ,. ,, '" "
fourth Thursdays of each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic{ lodge In Storke, corner of and 7:30 p.m.; and on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 p.m. at the Keystone Height A Welghtwatcher Club... I.i being held in Storke on Monday nights at 6:30: p.m.' Call
Call and Orang. St. Caller i I. Jim Duncan. Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing. Woman's Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. Peggy Register .1-264-4155 for more Information. W: ". *' C' ." '
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Sweet Ad.llne...'chit woman's barbershop music group meet each Monday at 7:30: Experimental Aircraft Aooclatlon.., Th.,'group m..fs'and discuase aircraft each Melrosn TOPS.,. Th. weight reducing Flub: meet each'Tuesdoy'ot 9:30'qsm: at the

p.m. at the' Unlt.d Church of Gainesville. Women Interested In singing four part har Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at Kenn-Aire on the north tide of (he Gainesville) Regional Airs. Eliam. Baptist Church; in Mlrase.. V "y, ,,.,,' ,., .,'' > ', .,' ,
many are invited to visit, port. *'Airplane buffs welcome. Call. 377-5822. ; for Information.' f'', '' 'TV.', ., ?. ...'. :'. f' '*
it f v-jj., t &'tack., ; | Butler TOPS... Take Off Pounds Sensibly Club meet each Thursday .v.niny'at
Borbergotors... This male barbergator group meet each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. In Aerobic Classes are being' offered In Lake! Butler on Monday and Thursday afternoons 6:30: p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church on 120Q S. 12th St. intake Butler, For further, Information .
the P.K. Yonge musk. ) .room. 1080. SW 11th (tree!. Visitors welcome., *:?,' .; at 4:30 p.m. In rOom I36B at Union County High School. Morning classes begin call Undo Durham 496-3384.., I ; i* *,'i *j" '' ,j'\"'.'' "!,:'
: / -Pi! Wednesday; June 13 at.9:30 a.m. Call 964-S078 for Information-' -j '"\' :.fr:; ?: ,.1 : "' !. ; ''I..i' {; i' ( \
First Christian Church of Starke... will hold a special day July 29 to honor the" ,' '- '. I ;/ "Stark Raviny'.i A 100-4.cord limited tditlort! of"the album recorded (fn Slarke"!' ,bYj;
MinUter and his' family. The"'church will have dinner on the ground and the.public,I Is Keystone Nlghtowl Night version of Homemakers Club meets .second Tuesday of comedian Jerry Clower on February 11. !,. ,," '"*.'" ,, '".}\,90" I":' '?? .w''i'. : ''J,.;,
invited. ".. 'y./ '>,; > each month at 7:30: p.m. at First Baptist' Church. in Keystone.'':; ?," 'Jed' ?; The record i I. on sale at the Bradford Chamber' of Commerce at the caner of Walnut
'. ".4't "; ..'! -V' and Madl.on.tr..ta.lnStarke. Call 964-5278. ,"'. .,'A-V: <. ,'; ", > "v', 'V.'
lose Weight Now... Fun and easy way to lose 10.29 pounds. per month. 100 percent Keystone Height Boy Scout Troop 105'meets. at Keystones United Methodist Church 1 The special album come.' with o Jerry Clower autographed sticker'fern' Yoioo.;; '"

guarant..... Find out how Friday. July 13 at 7:30: p.m. at the Stark. Recreation' Department each Tuesday night from 7:30: 9 p.m.0 -$. Mississippi and sell for $9.43, tow Includ.df" ,!,'(."- '.ft<, I t/: '.* : ",',

Pratt Street. For further Information call 782-3415. ," .'. .' ;.iwt.'" ,, .. ,, Each year Clower. records,a live.album In one of. the( small towns .he visits This Is V.:
4 ,1.s'' Crlnter Gallery... "Posters from Ecuadoran\! exhibit featuring a portfolio of posters 'Clower'* 14th album: )- "" r i,,. '.
Beginning Sllmnostics Co....... Tuesday and Thursdays. from 9.10 a.m. beginning! created In 1882 a* a campaign' ogolntr Illiteracy,:runs through August 3rd Injhe ; ; ,.' :' '. .; ,
June 5 to July 12. Fee Is (IB with prereglstratlon. and $20 at the door. For Information Gallery, Center for Latin Ame/lcan Studies,Orlnter Half on. the U.F. campus Hours ."' '", ... ,,.W ..' I;1
call BH Center 9644210. are 9. a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday ,' 'i; >.''i|, T" .'' ','!i'., :"..', '.-& .. ; : 'i,
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Print-A-Kid... The latest child fingerprinting campaign will begin for preuhooler July
Trinity Iplscopol Church... Meeting held each week In the Parrlsh !House.I Include: gist at the United Methodist Church on Jefferson and Walnut $t. from.9 a.m. to 1 p.m. memberships for its :20th season which' fun. through August 18. The membership'. areF'
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Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. '' -, f"; '*" ;4 4': $ .{.< .?"* Th. program Is free and the child must be accompanied by o parent or guardian. Apermission opening night $25.', ( '. toe,.-
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Girl Scout meet Monda"a'3p.m. ] L yet:>. '.
Choristers meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m, Microwave Cooking Class Do you use yoU microwave for defrosting and reheating 'memb.rahlp''Sloo'andup.whlchprovlde'40r..rv.d.; t.fOf'Who"'youwl.h'Ioy' '
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watercolors by Kate Barnes, Everett Draper and Robert Scholl; silver print by Anna Storke Boy Scout Treop 70 .meets from 7 8:30: p.m. each: fu..dath, stout hut.,! j:, ,,1 "'acs ', :,./ '!-. '.,."to '\ ,1"''<1'n"'! "',:"' :,1.'" "2\jt":: ':1R :\\1 .
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packaged enriched precooked mushroom soup NUTS Flake, Want to see yewfavorite First pnparvAc frllil. Stem and thoroughly crush one layer
rice, crisp whole 1/2 cup milk slightly crushed recipes in print? Would youlike .at a time, about 2-1/4 quart Htrawbrrrim. Measure 6 cups
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J FEATURE Walsh. With five ladies running Art anywhere." happenings at Art Factors. some of the ladles
1 When Linda Walsh announced "'actorslJnda could have the desired "I shopped in here every Saturday, Beth Poppell who is the mother of teach their craft on the day of the Last week their committment was
j earlier in the year that she was clos time she wanted to go to shows and and it was the worst thing I'd heardall three young children still finds time week they work at the store. finalized to keep' Art Factors open
Irg her Keystone Heights business work on her craft, pineneedle weaning year when Linda said she would be for her craft of quilting. Beth also The ladies said they are always on when they signed a partnership
I Art Factors, the sighs seemed to echo and Art Factors could continue to closing the store,"said P.K. Brannon handles the bookkeeping respon- the lookout for fine artists and craftsperson agreement.
'.',1 in every corner of Keystone. serve the lake region. one of the new owners, sibilities for the shop. to add to the talented artists
" I But there were those who did more Art Factors, located on Lawrence Each of the owners comes to the- P.K Brannon who has some experience who already display their work at Art Saturday, July 14, the ladies will be
than just sigh. Four energetic, enthusiastic Blvd. in Keystone Heights, is actuallyan shop with a particular craft or' art,:'i\", In the retail business does Factors having a "Meet the from New 10 Owners"party
i women from teh outlet for many area artists and The consignment shop is open-Tues-i, suede work and helps with the store's The common bond these new at Art Factors, a.m.to 2
r i Keystone/Melrose area did craftspersons to sell their wares. The day thru Saturday and each lady is', displays. owners held was not their friendship- pm., complete with refreshments. It
't 1 something about it shop takes items in on consignment. assigned a day a week to run the shop/' i 1 Harriet McKlnney's lovely tatting most had only met on a casual basis. will be an opportunity for the public to
J "I couldn't see the shop closing. It Porcelin antique reproduction dolls, They also divide up the other tasks so' is on display at Art Factors, and Harriet It was perhaps the great American meet not simply five owners of a consignment -
: serves such a good purpose. There's a fine paintings, books, prints pottery, necessary to the operation of a'retail' holds the position of secretaryand spirit which was their common bond. shop, but to meet five very
, need for it," said Harriet McKinney, carved toys and stained galss are onlya business. handles publicity. For they have a willingness not just to special ladies who believed In.
, reflecting the feelings of the other .few of the lovely items that fill theMttUMA Linda Walsh whose craft III' Margie Ketter is well known sigh when they ser something go something and didn't let what they'believed
ladies n'" pineneedle weaving, acts as general throughout the area for her water col wrong, but rather they possess a will- in slip away with a sigh.
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summer sports like baseball," Mr. junior division and Is sponsored by for them to keep on practicing."' ,4 Limit 2. sets. Solids, qt !
Cogley says. "The kids aorund here. Pack Lumber of Keystone Heights. "If you; want;; 'to watch' some tough' &
i who don't play ball have really pickedup I Christy Cogley is sponsored by Sandi's competition be sure to come out and stripes prints
on it because It's a sport that girls, Hairworks of Keystone Heights in see our local races" Mr.Cogley says. regular sizes.
and boys of all sizes can participate: her drive for the number one spot, "Some of the contests are really exciting Aloe& Not all'styles
: in. The parents are getting involved i iit in; and Glen Cogley, Doris Cogley, Dan ." .
as well. It's just a good alternativefor t and Danny Dodd and Jody Frazier iIixIn available In all
local kids to have and it's a sport t have all qualified for the national 3 rs$1 w stores
r that you can take part in on a year: competition and are being sponsoredby Shear DesignPerms ,d
round basis. Cogley's Bike-A-Rama.
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Other local racers who have accumulated -
There will be two more local races I
held at the Keystone track before na. the right number of points 5 Aloe And ( .ea
to enter the nationals include: Ryan M
tional's begin. They take place this I LanolinBuy '
I Friday night and next Friday night at t Wheeler, Samual Tyer, Kevin Hall .u. .:1 4
i 7:30 p.m. Registration begins at 5:30: ; Brian Hall, Chris Ford, Todd Ford 'I .( 3, Get H A1oe "
at the track. and Dennis Austin. I' From Mfg. 3.5
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us Keystone
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in the required number of .tionai competition,"Me,.Cogley gays? ,oI! \ S.., ..... \.l.':. EA :.;-'-_. -- i
in-state races this season and are "The here ,
sport just keeps on growing : '.i
sponsored by Lake Chevrolet of and there's no end in sight yet. The _,;:t\. "'" :...;
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Carlton Williams, Chris Hughes, In- races here in Keystone should have L\\ 1II \',;' "

ny Schmit, Denny Schmit. and Chris. some. ..tough competition! as well,_with .. E :S"I:;:::.'" : '
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Local Fortune Federal offices soldi/' ;: i CHIROPRACTIC I CLINIC I

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,, ;; Florida Federal board and chief ''t /' '
Savings & Loan executive officer of pleted. i< i!
Association of St. Petersburg the Florida Federal said, "We welcomethis Florida Federal Is'the)/largest .'
largest Florlda-baeed SuTK the opportunity to more fully serve Florida-based savings and)i loan Institution
In
state, and Fortune Federal S&L of the people of North Central Florida, with assets in excess"of$4.5 Specializing !
Clearwater, have entered Into a letter an area where we've only recently billion on June 30, 1984; shareholder CHRONIC & DIFFICULT CASES
of agreement for Florida Federal to opened our first office." equity of more than $280 million and .
purchase six Fortune Federal offices Sweger and Greene both said that more than 80 offices throughout ... ,:" ,HEADACHES .
.. in North Central Florida. Included in advisory directors,officers,and other Florida. "' nffi l( NERVOUSNESS ,, ,f,4.
the transaction are Fortune Federal employees of Fortune Federal at the The sale of the Gainesville area offices /' il., PAINFULJOINTS ,., ',
branches In. Starke, Keystone. six North Central offices are expectedto is part of Fortune Federal's pro- \4' ..
, Heights, and Lake Butler,and three continue serving with Florida gram to expand and concentrate its ) '\ LOSS OF SLEEP ,;,; _
'; offices In Gainesville, Federal when the transaction Is com operations in Southwest Florida. : ..i. NECK, SHOULDER &ARM PAIN '
The letter of intent is subject to execution .'NUMBNESS IN HANDS'OR' ARMS '
of a definitive agreement, --'
1 PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS Dr, Richardson
with state and federal regulatory approval -
The ,all-cash within 30 transaction days. totaling Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm lOW BACK & LEG PAIN

an estimated$8-to-$9 million,involvesthe Take ]100 South to 24th Avenue turn right to farm MOST INSURANCE PLANS
assumption by Florida Federal of .
all checking and savings accounts at Now Open Mon.-Sat. 7:30 to dark COVER CHIROPRACTIC Auto Accident a Whiplash i ..k

, the six Fortune Federal branches, the of ..".. I" Union Inturances Worker' Comp On-the-Job Injurle Blue Cross ; .'j.ti, "
purchase of real estate owned by For New Shipment Moiter Medical Plant Medicare Etc. ', .
tune Federal at appraised value, and IAN3SCAPIN3 PLAITS vt 1 ,: .;
the purchase at book value of fur t. .
niture, fixtures,equipment,and loans Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made\Swings r. I 473-36O4 I .
secured by deposit accounts.No other ';'*:n T ,. I '
loans will be purchased. The six ; !'
North Central offices had total ','" Ml Nature Sing of Jesus Keystone Bank Annex DowntownHwy 21 ;
8847109 ,
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deposits In excess of$117 million as of < Keyitone Height, Florida 32656
March 31,1984.Fortune .
Federal board chairman -
John B. Sweger, of Clearwater, said 2
the transaction should contribute approximately ,Hems AvaHabto Al eY FamIly Centers Only.,
$B million to Fortune .1 ,
Federal's earnings.
Raleigh Greene,chairman. the ,I

Chief Petty Officer Williams
Returns from Bahama Patrol

; Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer
Charles E. Williams,whose wife, Linda -
is the daughter of Queen E.Albertof
Starke, recently returned from a
,, 30-day law enforcement patrol of the
eastern Bahamas
. "; Chief Petty Officer Williams Is 'a
crewmember aboard the U.S. CoastGuard
Cutter Reliance, homeported
in Cape Canaveral. The Reliance is
211 feet long and has a crew of 78.The
cutter spent nine weeks in the North
Florida Shipyard,..Jacksonville, for
repairs and modifications prior to the ,
I patrol, and then went to Naval Base
Mayport to ,conduct: extensive
refresher training in shipboard
firefighting and damage control pro /
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Soon after reaching the Bahamas 8 f 4 ,
the Cutter was ordered to Roosevelt [ ) r, M c +nMKrP Pl $
Roads, Puerto Rico because local
firemen had threatened to disrupt a _
major Naval operation. While there, __
it acted as security patrol around blade _
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Lizzie Adams, 19,of Starke apparently lost control of her vehicle just past '
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. Florida's Supreme Court cleared while an accomplice held him down. RATES
the way July 10th for the nation's first Three days later, Washington admit
double state execution since capital ted he brcVe into the home of Katrina SINCE 1969 "WiiJ '
'I punishment was restored eight years Birk with a gun and a knife. J '
ago. Two killers are set to die today, WAYNE KINNEY Gas Grill.
,' July 12. Court records indicated he shot and ,$, EIfCIA1CA( -.- Air Conditioner.
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stabbed Mrs. Birk, killing her, andThe IlYM6fNpINNIIAuQ v $98
state's highest court rejected tried to kill three elderly sisters-in- =::.,;;==='=-
6-0 the mercy appeal of Jimmy Lee law whom he had tied to chairs. 964-8786lt :::-- :.:_ Double Burner
Smith and two hours later,dissolved a I 1- .Automatic ,
stay of execution for David Leroy The third .murder victim was a .' Ignitor or
Washington by the same vote. 20-year-old University of Miami student 766 N THOMPSON STARICE
Frank Meli, who answeredThe 8 5 year Burner
court overruled a circuit judge Washington's advertisement of a car Warranty.
who had thrown out Washington's for sale. Meli was tied to a bed at
three death sentences Monday night. Washington's home and a ransom 115 Volt 5,000 BTU/Hn
note was sent to his family, but the Easy Installation
young man was stabbed to death the Desso
Both men are scheduled to die at 7 following day. Single Speed Fan AHJP49-2 FISH COOKERS !'54
1 a.m. at Florida State Prison, where '4. .Washable Filter '
4 six other men have been electrocuted Smith, 30, abducted Bonnie Ward ,
since 1979. Washington will be the and her 13-year-old daughter in Forman North Florida's Largest Selection of Refrigerators
i first to die since Governor Bob Marianna County. Mrs. Ward was
j, Graham signed his death warrant .stabbed six times and strangled. Her r
first. daughter was stabbed 10 times before FREE ICE CREAMSide.bySide
her chest was cut open to expose her joins i ', .
Washington stabbed and killed heart. t, --
, three Miamians between Sept. 20 and admpVA! !
;, October, 1976. Among his victims Smith's initial staff :':'. '
mercy plea was re- :
were a 20 year-old University of jected Monday by Circuit''Judge ...x I; Z, ." ,
Miami college student and a minister. Robert McCrary of Marinnna,who at r'' 12 :a t.
\ Washington,31,confessed to the three the end of the hearing declared: "1'11 of I'r DESSO FORMAN ;' t :',
murders and was sentenced to death do all I can to see that he (Smith) gets I ] Refrigerator i
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'Lake Butler, Man separate plots, according, to Investigator Trooper. W. D. Langston. Roberts Wi" s The suspect is described as a black were to patients with respiratory problems "' hierican--*'
Don Denton. ; released after a $300, cash bond was male in his mid 20'", SW-5'10". and. three calls were' to overdose -
Dies Friday .1 i The plots were located on, Umber posted. Stark medium build,with. 'care-free' curl victims,, *' .N ot by,.Birth;
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.:In House Fire company property-but.there are no Tim McCoy Green 45, of hairstyle thin' moustache, and a Nine calls'. were trauma patientsand :'n..ptb> Choice...
: "" r.-. suspects ''at this time.. The investigation was charged with DUI, according to gold tooth with a star design. He wore three calls'were, to trauma pa-i ,.1 i ,, '
"VA 51-year-old Lake Buller man died is continuing, said Denton. Patrolman Charles Carter. Green black baggies, a white, shirt and a. Went. resulting from' : Automobiles acldents. f :?, The fourth'''of,July has always beena
in the early morning fire of his home was released after a$300 surety bond. black bowtie. >, \\-L' .J, happy time in Keystone Heights.
July 6.Donald. T was posted. If you have Information on this, or, Two calls were cancelled and three This it has been even happier
Whilaker was found in the Runner Strikes Car John William Cook, 59 of Green any crime in Alachua County, you are calls were false alarms. for Mrs. Jeanette Brown, because it
house after the fire had been brought On US-301 RoadwayA Cove Springs was charged with DUI urged to call Crime TRAC 377-8722. Bradford citizens are reminded the was the first Independence Day which
under'control. The cause of the fire and driving while license suspended Your call will remain completely number to call for the Rescue serviceIs she has celebrated as an American
..: .may have smoking in bed or electrical pedestrian running east from the according to Corporal David anonymous, and may be rewarded up 964-6161 calls are handled by the citizen. After'' twenty months ofwaiting
\. according to Chief Jerry west side of US-301 near Market Road Goodner. Bond for the charges was to $1,000 for information leading to an dispatcher at the ,county jail, said. ; Jeanette took her 'oath on
Howell, Lake Butler Volunteer Fire In Starke ran onto the roadway and in set at $500 Cook was released on his arrest. Chapman. June 29, 11184, and became citizen of
Department.The to the side of a southbound' vehicle on' own recognizance. the United States of America.In .
one-story frame house locatedat July 4. :: BC Rescue RespondsTo a interview Jeanette
150 N. E. First Street was com Pedestrian Lois Rhoads Haencl, 45,. stated,'personal::' born in England,and
pletely engulfed with flames shootingup of Starke was taken by Rescue 62 to Sexual Battery 'r' 89 Calls in JuneThe := being raised in'' Australia, I feel that
through the roof when; the fire Bradford Hospital where she was' Near Skate Center. ,, .., Bradford County Rescue Unit America is my home."
engines arrived at 2:50 a.m. treated and released, according, tt) In Gainesville ., answered 89 calls during the month of Jeanette and her husband, John,
From the location of Whitaker'sbody Trooper D. C. Roberts. June, according to Director of have many times taken an active partin
it is probable the fire started in The vehicle Collins{ a 1981 Ford, driven by What*''had been a night of skaU'n'1i'fun ,Emergency,Services Cliff Chapman: the fourth of July activities: ,but this
that area and he was dead before the William 56, of Augusta, 1 turned into a nightmare for a fifteen 64 calls required transport while :25 'Independence Day will long remain in
,fire personnel arrived,said Howell. received only minor damage in the year old girl. required transporting. Five calls The state flower' of Georgia I fa. the the memory pf Jeanetteaa well as her
The building and contents valued at 9:35: p.m. incident. At 10:30: p.m. Sunday, June 17. the were handled by the backup unit. Cherokee* Pose, family.
$28,000, was estimated to, be a total 'youth exited the Sun Skate Center, Four patients were transported by
Jpss. i '. '. located at 3411 N. Main ,St..In Stat Flight and one,by ShandsCair. ,
1. Three Arrests ;.f Gainesville to. meet her friend. 43 patients were taken to Bradford
; Hampton Man DWI For DWI in Bradfordy'Authorities 1 ,', Almost immediately a young man, Hospital, three to North Florida '. ...... -.
Who' had been also been at'the rink, Regional two td Sheath, ten to
.Collides With Palms reported a very quiet', ,grabbed her, pulled her, ac 'she Alachua General Hospital, 'five to
old Hampton man was weekend with no arrests for traffic screamed,' across the 'parking lot, RMC and one to Baptist Hospital in
charge with driving while intoxicated violations in Bradford County. then forced her into a, light coloredvan Jacksonville.The .
after his vehicle collided with However, there were three arrests' where he sexually attacked her. of the calls, 30, were
trees CR-18 5. July 10, all for driving-while intox After the assault, the girl was taken to illness relate One call was alcohol
two palm on July '
icated. i'' the 3100 blk of N. Main St, where the related and one call was obstetric 1 r
Erwin Williamson, driving a I
1972 Ford Doyle, was eastbound on CR-18 Ulysses Roberts 52, of Starke was suspect let her go before driving. related. Six calls were to people with
when his vehicle left the roadway on charged with DWI,, according" to away. '. ; cardiac related problems 'eleven r
the south shoulder. The Ford collided 1 l
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tree. The vehicle spun around and ,G rncKS Oil flltl Z" Hldb ANT SWl/1 M '., WITHESS AS A MAN
came to rest across the roadway, according COULD ftAft I JUST .4 AMttHW4<< : LAIi'!! LEMM3 TO FLY. e A
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Juveniles Arrested AMERICAN( GAR STORE

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28 the Starke Police Depart- .
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.. occurred at 556 N:Cherry St. where
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subject left his bicycle in the REGISTER FOR MOO
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toward the front door. The second
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James The Roscommon County, Ireland, Born in Orange Jaric'; I fit t Redding Albert'Zanoni of Brannen'Jlckorii': ." -
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Bowman native moved to the United States in was two days old N.Y; five F. l1e, B. Survivor*include her husband Leo
t: James Bowman, 48, of Lawtey,died 1923 and lived in Starke for the past 40 In addition to his sisters Mrs. 'Pina Monica, Mrs. Antoinette Jones, Theressa; and Tracey A, DeSue;,?i*!.; five daughters Ms. LydiaD.
I' ,. ( Monday, July 9, at his home following years. He was retired from the Civil by one sister parents, he Is survived Bonora, and Mrs. Ida Jones, Hampton; one daughter, Nor'' Pii man. of Starke, Mrs. Marzie
a brief illness. Service at the Naval Air Station as a Redding of Mist Marilyn Zuscelli. all of Long Island, N.Y. and ma Jean Faile, Lancaster, S.C.; one Jenjcins" "of Lawtey, Mrs. Issabell
., Employed by Owen Steel, Baldwin, supply officer. Mr. Gilhooly served as parents, Mr.Lawtey aid Mrs.; paternal L.A. grand-, Mrs. Angelina Chungo of New York, brother, DennIs Brannen of Smith, of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Irene
as a structural-steel draftsman, Mr. past commander of American Sr. of Redding Mrs. Bruna Mortorro of New Jersey; Lakeland; one sister, Jessie May Kelly 'of Gainesville, 'Ms. Rosa
Bowman was a member of New River Post No. 56 and was a member Leon grandfather Lawtey, ; and his maternal of and two grandchildren.Funeral Brannen of Bartow; 11 grandchildrenand Thomas or Tampa; .three ,sons, .Leo
New Congregational Methodist Holy Name Society Stark George Roller mass was held for Mr. four great grandchildren. DeSue,,,Jr. of Starke, Damon DeSue of
I Church, Raiford. '. Lawtey. Zanoni at 11 a.m. Tuesday July 10, in Funeral services were held Gainesville and Julian DeSue' of
I Survivors include hilt' Funeral services were held at 11 the St. Williams Catholic Church, Wednesday Starke brother, Horace of
wife. Faye July 11,at Jones Funeral ; one Tyson
f I Bowman; one son Brian of Lawtey; Survivors Include his wife Muriel a.m. Saturday Church July 7, in Evergreen with Father Michael Williams con Home, Starke, with Rev. Norman Starke; one sister, Ms. Marzie Blake,
{ one daughter, Vickie Crews of ct Gilhooly; one daughter, Mrs. James Baptist Lawtey, with Rev. ducting the services. Burial will be in Suisse officiating Burial was in Santa 'of'Jacksonville; 32 grandchildren 11
Lawtey; his mother Louise',Rieker Elaine Richardson of High Springs; Saunders officiating. Burial Altamesa Cemetery Palo Alto, Fe Cemetery, Hampton, under f the' ,. great grandchildren. ,<
Bowman of Jacksonville; two one son, Michael C. Gilhooly of was in Long Branch Cemetery, Max- California, on Friday at 9:30: a.m. direction of'Jones Funeral Home of Funeral services will be held Saturday -
; brothers, Robert Coeoa'Beach, and Starke; one brother, Tom Gilhooly of ville, under the direction of Jones with local arrangements under the Starke. ': <;July) 14, at 11 a.m. at Pleasant
I Kenneth, Jacksonville. .} and twq New York; two sisters, Margaret Funeral Home of Starke. direction of Jones Funeral Home of .GroVe United Methodist Church.
,I grandchildren. Bolard Boyle, Ireland and Junny Keystone Heights. In lieu of flowers, Beatrice Tyson DeSue ; 'L :There will be no viewing 'of there
| Funeral services will be held at 3' Gilhooly, Dublin, Ireland and one Rudolph Frank Zanoni contributions may be made to St. Mrs. Beatrice Tyson DeSue, of-J' ,mains after the eulogy. The body Will
; p.m. Thursday, July 12, at New River' granddaughter.A Rudolph Frank Zanoni, 82, of Williams Catholic Church' Keystone Starke died Saturday, July 7, at lie in state at Haile Funeral Home;;' 802
\L New Congregational Methodist Melrose, died Sunday morning, July Heights, FL 32656. home.A N; Oak St., on Friday,'July 13, from 2
Church with Brother Johnny Yar- Rosary was recited Wednesday, 8, in the University Nursing Care native of Starke, Mrs'; DeSue wasa p.m. to 11 p.m. The body will lie in
II i I brough officiating. Burial will be in July 11, at Archie Tanner Funera Center Gainesville following a long Raleigh. A. Brannent domestic worker and a member of state at the church for viewing of the
r f Riverside Memorial Park. Jacksonville Home at 7 P.M. Mass will be illness. Raleigh Ardel Brannen, 72, of ", ; Pleasant Grove"'/United Methodist remains before the service front,0 to
; 's under the direction of Archie celebrated Thursday morning, July Born in Canada,Mr. Zanoni movedto Starke, died. Sunday July 8, at North "": Church. of Starke." i, 11 a.m.
; Tanner Funeral Home 12, at 10 a.m. at St. Edward's Catholic .
of Starke. Melrose from Pennsylvania 17 Florida Regional Hospital t'" ;
Church, Starke. Burial will be in coal miner brief Isadness
I n. 'years ago; was a retired Gainesville following a w )ees. ,
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I, jonn wesley crowson; Crosby Lake Cemetery. and deputy game warden in Pennsylvania A Hampton native, Mr. Brannenwas '
't John Wesley Crowson, 89, of Starke, He attended the St. a retired maintenance supervisorfor
'i died Monday, July 9, at Alachua Burl Morgan Williams Catholic Church in Keystone the Bradford County School Card: of Thanks ," I I
I General illness Gainesville, following Burl Morgan, 63, of Starke, died Heights. Board, was a member of the First \
)f.1 a brief : Saturday, July 7, at his home follow- Survivors include his wife, Mrs. In- Christian Church, Hampton, and wasa
A retired farmer Mr. Crowson had ing a bnef illness. ez Berti Zanoni; one son, John David former member of the Florida Na-
: lived in Starke for the past 12 years Mr. Morgan was a self-employed Zanoni of Redwood City, Calif.; three tional Guard. Our recent sad loss leaves us with and grief in the loss of Our
vl 1 and was of the Baptist faith. construction worker and was a brothers, Charles Zanoni of Ireland, Survivors Include his wife, Sue grateful thanks towards neighborsand beloved husband, father, and grimd-'
: Survivors include one son, William member of the Baptist faith. Basil. Zanoni! of Albany, N.Y. and Mildred; Brannen;, three sons Ardel friends, and members of Union father, Ernest beautiful.:: t,
1 Crowson, of Jacksonville; one sister Survivors include his wife, Jackie; ......... Church. Their comforting expres-- Thank you for the floral
\1 Cora Estelle Geouinozzo, Hernando; one daughter, Resse Mae Spike, sions of sympathy and thoughtfulness tributes; the food provided and servo
and one grandchild. Waycross, Ga.; one son, Robert will always be remembered.The ed; the lovely comforting notes, and
Funeral services were held at 11:30: Morgan also of Waycross-; two stepchildren Family of cards received; the phone calls; your
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a.m. Wednesday, July 11, In the Carol Crosby, and ,William Club, 25 announces. . _Tlu. Newn: D. Burney comforting and supporting visits and
1 Chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral Allen, both of Ware County, Ga.; one .-...-. presence; and all other expressions of
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Sq Home with the Rev. Jimmy Sullivan sister, Beulah O'Berry Ware County; -,...-. Itub"&"+ie love and comfort you gave us in our
and Rev. Gene Bass officiating. two brothers, Eugene, Alabama and want hours of bereavement. 't
) Burial was in Brown Cemetery. Earl Jacksonville and two grand- My family/ to express our God bless each and every one of
children.) BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND thanks and appreciation to all our you. Ernie has found his "Victory in
; I Donald Whitaker Funeral services were held many friends and neighbors for their Jesus". .ft
;I Donald Whitaker, 51, of Lake Wednesday July 11, at 10 a.m. at Ar- outpouring of love, comfort, and sympathy Phyllis Phillips, Beth Crtce,
Butler, died Friday July 6, in a fire. chie Tanner Funeral Home with the "The Wilder Gang"TNEFUNiOFNBrakdancing during our deepest hours of Neil Phillips and Families
Mr. Whitaker was retired and was a Rev. Hoke O'Berry officiating.
member of the Baptist faith. Cremation services followed I '
Survivors include two sons, Phillip '
Whitaker and Donald Whitaker .
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., daughter, Ruth Ann Bowenweise; one Roger A."Redding; Jr. ,1.00 Admission FREE COKE \ :IJ
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I stepdaughter, Brenda Flemming; Infant Roger Allen Redding, Jr.,
one stepson, Ray Blume of Lakeland; son of Carolyn Roller and Roger Allen
his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Redding of Lawtey died Thursday PLENTY OF OPEN BOWLING
E.D. Eddings of Starke; six sisters, morning, July 5, in University The dandelion blossom Is actually! bouquet of about ;
J Mrs. Alma Robbinten of Tallahassee, Hospital Jacksonville, of heart com STARKE LANES 150 to 200 tiny flower set In a solid head on a stem 'I
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Mrs. Doris Adai, Mrs. Alley Pollard, plications. __ North .964.8175
and Mrs. Shirley Gauthier, all of .
Starke, Mrs. Mary Dixson of Orange
Park and Mrs. Wanda Green of New
Mexico; five brothers, Maryland
t Whitaker of Daytona, Darmon and .
Thurman of Starke, Gene Whitaker of Terwillegar : -
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Funeral services were held Mon- 'j MotorsStarke .
day July 9, at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of d
Archie Tanner Funeral Home. Burial "
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Newn D. Burney, 75, of Starke, died We dare VWMm! :,
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:'1. t I Green Burney, former pioneer r lI, ./ ', .. ..
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;"" Burney was employed by the Bradford :
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as a deacon for the past 20 years. COMPARE THIS.... .
Survivors include his wife,, Mrs. ,,
I Gladys Parmenter Burney; one "Q" F-150133" Wheel Base 'Anywhere'
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daughter Mrs. Ruth Marlene Ranger
E I l I ; Roberts; one sister, Mrs. Eva Libby; 300 six 4 speed manual power steering power brakes 5450 package' '

six Funeral grandchildren services all were of Starke.held at 3. Includes Freight air conditioning, tinted glass aux fuel tanks tilt wheel, cruise control con- 8995 :.

: p.m. Saturday, July 7, 'at the Union verencegroup, light group knitted vinyl seat; low mount mirrors sport ?
q Primitive Baptist Church in Starke $ .. wheel No Dealers,, ;
covers, heavy duty battery.
'd! 'with Elder James Land and Elder 61 5 0 ..: i, : ,
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,.I Funeral Home in charge of ar Factory 12,295.00 former Dealer I Invoice 9221.50 ;
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',. IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 SALE ,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b*..ub.I through the U.S.Government?Get the FORECLOSED HOMR-LAKE SANTA Ml 2
muted to the Bradford CountY' fact today! Call ((312)) 742.1142, Ext. SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER. BR 1 BA. $29,300. Any'reaconable offer 41,000 Chimney '
T.I.groph office In writing and paid In 609. 5/31 LOW 7/12 Hwy. will be clftlikl.red..964-SOI0 Year.: $9 million ruJilIO
301 N. Starke. 964-4414 J
advanc. unless credit I I. already or 9644778. e i1r
1976 DODGI MONACO Good condition. Come out and check out the tfn homiown.ry
bargains.Talk
established with this off. lc.. Orlg. owner. $900. 964-6530. 6/28 to Walter (Bud)Alvare*for a great 3 BR, 1 BAt Furnished 11>24 screened happen to you! (!
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
7/12 10x20 workshop M acre Call
3tchg deal. For more Information call porch ; -
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RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1910 DODGE ASPEN WAGONS PS, PB Wells, after 5 PM, 964.52S1V26: : tfn garden. 964.841'1 7/03 4tpd. 7/26 .B AM HI''9 REAttL'I'I
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER BEDROOM, n, BATH CON RfTi
AC Beige. Runs good $2475.782-3301. SEMI-FURNISHED. trailer and lot In flood 3 Monaay-,
THE TELEPHONE. Stark. Ask.Ing'$35,000.
Itch 7/12 BLOCK home, Carport. In
condition. Fenced In back
Classified; deadline .I.I TUESDAY yard. AC .: Ph. 964-4243 evening. Blonk*>
1910 PLYMOUTH HORIZON FASTBACKtPS well and septic tank PHONE 964-7776
pump already Chlmnoy
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. PB AC. 4-speed trans. AM-FM down, call after 3 7/12 2tchg 719RAIFORDLAKI
Minimum charge IS words for$2.75, radio, r/wlndow defogger and louvers chg tfnKEYSTONI p.m. 375-860.6/21: BUTLER CBS Home. 3 i 205 N. Temple, Starke I .
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. cast aluminum wheels. 52,000 miles. HEIGHTSt Handyman Special- BR, 1V4 BA. CH ft AC utility"" room, Special- "
Nice car. $2473. 782.3307. Itch 7/12 12x60 : garage 1404 sq. ft. on 1 ocr., near SR -
Champion. Nothing down and
YARD SALE CARS $200 TRUCKS $100i Now $35 month. Needs kitchen and bath. 121 and Sinclair Rd. $30,900.00. $1,300 Shop & !! to $36,700-642 N. 'Walnut St.

available In your ar.a. Call 473-7560, others from$69.95.6/28 8tpd down, by owner 1.733-3231 or. Special .. 2080 sq ft. 3 BR, 2 BA spacious
1-(619)569.0241.6/28( ) 3tpd 7/12 732-6238 evening Immediate oc Take Note I I.
CORNER 229 E 22Si Bayless Hwy. Men 8/16 Mobile room, Investors
women and children's clothing shoes, 11 CHEVETTEt Good condition. $2500. 64x14 MOBILE HOME 3V4 Acre. fenced cupancy. 7/12 2tpd 7/19 -- : ............
964.8369.7/05 2tchg 7/12 BY OWNER 3 BR, 1% BA; ,CH/A All types
lawn chairs, bar tools, nlic. Items. Deep well and septic tank on Northwest
1979 DODGE VAN 200 power steering beautiful tree covered one acre lot In: owpers' BENEFITS READ CAREFULLY
Saturday 9 A.M. til V?? ng 712 32nd Ave, $25,000 or
GARAGE SALES Fri: I Sot., july 13 & 14. power brakes, auto M shift trailer, reasonable offer. Financing available clay County. On. yeari' old. 47900. mobile STORY ANTIBELLUMi 425 Walnut. lovely,
mochln., 13" B/W hitch, $5,800 1972 Aristocrat travel Call Roy. 778.7681.6/28 consider. renting at$350 per mo; 1 Ac. Seer ,
900400.: : Sewing 4tchg 7/19 Call for on approx. gar. mony pecan
i TV, baby bed. port-o-crib, car teat, trailer, self contained, air, sleeps 6. 1983 SKYLINE 28x48. Central heat/a' 3 'Call 473.7272; 473-1387,'or.1-2S9.U2q.. settlement.
carrier, pots and pan., dishes, silverware Full bath $2,800, 1965 Rambler 4-door. BR 2 BA. Toke over payments. No 7/12 Hn ,.... 'I' OHn's HOME IN LAWTEYi NW 75th Av. 2% Ac. SP
1 towels, sheets, bedspreads, Power steering, runs good. Needs equity.! 468-2372. Call after 6 p.m. Itpd "NEW"Immediate Owner fin. 20% dn., 12% for IS yrs.
pillow slips, carpets students desks, body work, $500. 386 N. Weldon St. Occupancy Home : .....nt. Mimosa. Beautiful wooded. In ci.
and a 1977 Dodge Van 7 miles South Itpd 7/12 CORDOBA $750. 212Redgrave MISCELLANEOUSCLAY 3 BR, 2 BA Elaine M. .. Only $6,900 ea. A rare offering
on Rd 100 on left. Itpd 7/12 1975 CHRYSLER Star.... Phone 964-5318. "L-Shaped L ft D Room RENOVATED Cory brick stucco on
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400 WEST ADKINS STi Friday and Satur. Highlighted by Stone 3 IR, 1 BA. CHftA. Beautifully decorated,
day, 94. Variety of goods, plumbing. 1980 Itpd FIAT 7/12 CONVERTIBLE In good condi HILL, 1001 FEED Ib*Mlddleburg.. $9.50; 13.5 12 percent pvrcenthorse F'pl.ft Cath. Cell. CHARMING j unique hideaway home.

HOME Itpd 7/12 INTERIORS SCRATCH AND DENT tion. Call for more Information steer 1001 Ibs. $3.40; Ammonia $34.500 yr*. old. 2-tory 5 IR, '3% BA. CHftA
Takeover VA.FHA ft Conv. Term office, In city limit, fish pond on 7 ems
SALE Saturday. 6 miles out on SR 16 9644818. 1983 Mercury Lynx. mltrate, per ton $195; 10/10/10 per ,
West. 964.4412. Itehg 7/12 payments. ,Call'for Information ton $152, 47" field f.nc.: $69.95, < '....4".BUILDER see to bellevel $100,000.
FRIDAY SATURDAY! 427 North Ch.rry 9644818. Itpd 7/12 3-3V" posts, $1.95. 6/21 4tchg 7/12 BESSENT ft FLUME RD-.xcellen* owner
St. Itchg 7/12 1963 CHEVY CHEVETTEt 4-cyl.: 4-speed;; BAKER LP ft GAS COt Family owned and 'LAND FOR SALE NEW & will tell one acre, five acre or more
BIG YARD SALE Hwy 16 and Wilson Rd. A/C; stereo, $400. Take over operated. We rent bulk tank. and furnish We Finance COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 250' on US
Thurt. & Fri. Lots of chlldrens clothes, payments. Itpd 7/12 cylinders. We solicit customers 120. Join old Gulf station on 301. ,ft SR.1..
dishes, knick-knacks. 9.3 p.m. 77 DODGE VAN Semi-Custom. Many who own bulk tank. We strive to give THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227.Breaker corner In townl!
9646971. Itpd 7/12 extras. Call after 5:00 P.M. better price and service. W* have 500 Rd. $2,995. $300 down. $55 a month. CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Ton-
3 FAMILY YARD SALEi Furniture, 9644133.1tpd 7/12 and 1,000 gal. tanks for commercialand 964.5606.9/15 tfn 5164'I" designed this handsome, 2-story, cedar; at
household good., children. and baby '77 FORD LTD Good condition. Call offer agricultural account Call ONE ACRE LOTi Facing Fortyth Rd. Club. 2584 sq. ft. on 2 lot*. Beaut. Iniul.
'clothes, small appliances. Friday and 5:00: P M. 964.4133. Itpd 1 7/12 964-4890 or 259.6810.6/28 4tchg 7/19 $3.000. $400 down and $70 month. ', .. Only 3 yr*.old. SP $175,000 mtg. $73.000,
Saturday, 95. NW 29th Ave. HammondRd. '77 CADILLAC. Coup. deVllle. 84000 REGISTERED BIRD DOG and three pup. 9645606. 1/12 tfn Mo. Pmt. $691.9
South 301. Itchg 7/12 miles. Brown with tan Interior. Mutt pies. Free to good home. 782-3777 or' NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx '/, ac. FILTER VIEW FOR U5OOOi. Truly magnificent
sell 964-6774. ask for Todd. Itpd 7/12 7823942. 7/12 lot. Paved central I $100 .
BIG YARD SALES Furniture, restaurant Itchg streets water. .. 207' on Little Lake Santa ,.. 3 BR, 3 %
supplies, dishe.. glassware. Thurs. 1971 EL CAMINO Automatic V 6, black; FREE TO GOOD HOMEi All red female dn. $75/mo. Owner financed. Dramatic Waterfront.
steering and brakes; A/C- shepherdt police dog. 9646996. 473-3454. 3/29 tfn We repair Sq.
J Sat. 9 a.m. til ??522 W. Adklns St. tpd power 100' white land beach.
7/12 AM/FM track radio, Rally wheel, LOT AND ACRE for sale In county and ci BROOKLYN sugar
j 4 MILES WEST LAWTEYi 225 to Carter TV good tlr... $2.800. 463-2063. Itpd 7/12 WANTED ty. For Information, call 964-6853 6/28 AI leisure living. $47,000 w/mtg of $28,IBS.
Shop. Follow signs. 3 family yard sale. 1914 FORD F-1SO PICKUP: Fully loaded 3tchg 7/12. BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE
I Clothes and odds and ends, lamp., etc. Take over payments. Mutt .tell. .11" 13% AC. NEAR GOLF COURSE 2 well ,Since 3 BR, 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac. At Country Club.
7/12 AXLES ft TIRES Two axle and four tires. ROAD Comfortable, 3 Ig. BR', 2 full
Friday ft Saturday, 8.5. Itpd 7/12 9647015. Itchg and 2 septic tank. Will divide. ALSO .
THREE FAMILIES Friday & Saturday 9 1974 CADILLAC COUP DE VALE White Highest price paid. Green' Welding 6-plu Acre Crosby Lake Shore,,Well! Enc. garage, scrn'd porch. fenc'd bkyard. CB
white interior 1972 Datsun Shop. 301 South. Stork FL. 964.5007. 3 Miles Pav'd Nicely landscaped.
A.M. Sunday after 1 p.m. Double bed vinyl top ; and septic. Zoned house only. bldg. driveway
Miracle Mold electric cooker small pickup. Both excellent condition. ,AXLES 11/03 ft tlnchg TIRES For mobile home Olln'sMobile ''964.8813.; 6/28 3tchg 7/12 Starke on IN THE SKY: Priced at only $34,000 3 BR
crib, high chair, Corelle dishes, and 9647184. Itchg 7/12 Soles Coll 9645606. 20 ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grove. on approx. 1* Ac. on SR 100 W.
Home
much more 301 North, |just before Textile 1978 GMC TRUCK! loaded. 81.000 mil... 10/13 tfn $3.300. $350 down, opprox. $65 per CB HOME 2S6S sq.ft.on 3V4 Ac Com
Town. Itpd 7/12 2500. Negotiable. 964-8711. Itpd GOLD. ETC..W. Sell and Trade mo.' Call 5606.7/05 tfn living space. Beautiful panelling
SATURDAY ONLY Children clothes, sz. 1969 CHEVY IMPALA 350 engine: one gold silver jewelry.Buy Horn phone, 15 ACRES: Behind Underwood. Motel. 3 BR, :3 BA. Attractive fireplace, CHtA. .
3.7; women.clothes, sz. 7.16, ceramic owner. Good tire. 964.6528.7/12 tfn 9647184. Itchg 7/12. .
what nott;: safety rails for toddlers: full 74 CHEVY PICKUPS New tires, brakes, NEED 964.4238.6/28 MONEY FOR 3lchg COLLEGE-:7/12 Will >1-WACRIS'FOR SALE on County Rd. 125. CALL $T| Only '$35,0001 Beautifully op-
beds, much Off StateRoad Can be seen morning hours, t .182.3-459. after.,,4. 72'2tchg 7/19
twin more. battery. u'
or Turn mowing,.' yard work,' odd lobs.SC:: 2 BR super |lvng| and dining roomy, |fII'I}
Acres, NE 50th Ave r ,
Follow t
7823171.16 on ItchgI2HOUSEHOLD SR :325 NE.' signs. right Strawberry first driveway. $1500 or best of. FEMALE ScottJ.9o4.970 WANTED'ORj964-89S9 to; take care; 1 of tch elder tl7/]|y, .., .' ', .. 'BOATS. ......""".",,"' NEW,..; ANTIQUE klteh.tt'b.flf'BRICIO'(: ..\2/sAc.! .JI..Located!:. 2Vf>t

ITEMS Miscellaneous ore for Itchg 7/12 lady. Live In, room and board plfalary. s Rd. off Rd. 163 BR 2 BA. CHI A.: Corp'oft. *|j
r tides, clothing canning goods.7AM. ( 782-3178 or 7823181. 7/0 DESIGN E CONSTRUCTION! Brand
16 FT. BOAT with 25 hp Mercury
til 4 P.M. Saturday, July 14. Off Hwy 16 FIBERGLASS '
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FOR SALE OR RENT w/cathedral
turn by Crosby Store left, out of Stark.. 2tchg 712SNAKES motor. Practically brand new. FHA ft Canv.terms, 3 BR, 2 BA
Red d'
WANTED Coral Rat an fan. $54.500.
toward Prison. Itchg 712MOTORCYCLES Want to tell. 964.8553.7/05 2tchg 7/12 ,fireplace, skylight
Rattl..nak.Top dollar paid for hide; IT IS TO LOVE IT Charming nearly new
HOUSE BY OWNER lake Hampton Oaks. It FT FUN CRAFTi 70 hp Evlnrude;
68-2830.7/12 3tpd 7/26 964 5691. 7/05 4tpd 726Subscribe Hustler galvanized, troil.r. 964.7207.NEL : BR 2 BA home on t'/t Ac. Near Country Club.
I S BR. 2 BA HOME ON 230 Next to Golf v FR, fireplace, scrn'd porch, USD heated S.P.:
Course Call 964.6000, Ext. 357. Itpd CHA < CATFISH FINGERLINGS A .um. mtg. appr. $39.672.
: 1973 KAWASAKI 4001 $350 or best offer. 712IN I rang'Hatchery(Formerly Dover*) COUNTRY SETTING Clean S yr, old 2
Needs tire. 468.2222 after 6. Itchg STARKE 3 BR, CH/A. Large rooms. Arm.iII; I be In Bradford Cloy ft Union Co. BA. CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac
I 964-7402 or 481-2774, 7/12 2tpd..2Q.L o July 28 We Now Off.r Appraisal Servicesp / .

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5396754 before July 25 OE/TLAW.64.$47. WVINOCIAUK M W4-7I"*
LONGCHAMP HOMES i l lI t Armstrong Hatchery ,.< till I IOAUHVCHASTAINM4-4JI9.''' '
Paul's 3M33PSME SOOTH ai Ittt NOVIS WASOr67436
877 Haven.Fi Office "
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I Custom Ftetching 1 I(' arpeting.i On Your LotStarting BRADFORD COUNTVTELEGRAPH '" 8x10 Building 2o-Yn $564

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10x16 Dldg.
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So, before you buy give ut a call. .. Lake Buffer' :,

Be that accomplished bow hunter *.Different Plan of FinancingA From '1Wr to !297"t Vfckt' 4396-2261 I Trampoline Sale $299
dream come true Is just| a phone Interest Sjartlna at 4%.to 13% >4.
i call away. Day or night till 10 P.M. Also have Lot ft Acreage For Sale J'. ... ."k : .' Keystone Heights: CURLES'CYCLES "

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Sale \00 f !;"'t., -if...... 221 Lafayette Sf..Acrot* from Wishbone : ,-

Do.il': oursalf.'And Save 'Mon.-Frl.' $JO ".m. to 5i30 p.m. Saturday p.m.13 noon

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*2 NICE DOUBLEWIDES on S.5 and 10 acre. .
< ;.... '"*SIX ACRES Pecan, 3 BR frame Frontage on 2 road. Call today Priced right.' ,
18 Supplies! +LAROE'A-ACRE LOT In town,with,poCl.ouaJ: : BR.2 BA home.Family room?,large. *(Itv-
Wednesday, July; : Ing and dining room* Breniaway\ double garage.' Must **.. ,(.>
: From '" "' '*LARGE ACREAGE! for tale I",.Country Club area. 9:30 A.M. til 4:30 P.M ,. .: ... *LOVELY WOODED$SETTING for'thl*'3 BR, 2 8A I M Southgate preovOver 1500 .qJ!:.'{.':,
) stone fireplace In family! room.. Buyer Protection. ;
DurrmwMcePutlgip' *REDUCED to $43,000: Butler Rd. 4 BR, 2 BA on t.96 Acre. .' .
At : & ,: ,. .*HAMPTON,'34 acre. DW Mobile Home'All fenced. ".'c '.:
,.; '*WE HAVE 3.6 ACRE MANCHETTES with pecan tree. Nice building spot: \u\
.1. c .. ,...:.;:i *YOUSHOULD SEE THIS: lovely BR,.2 BA remodeled house ewer 100 yr*.'old with
l.t Continental Telephone Co. Supfdy Co. .....-:=.. -"" several bearing pecan tryst Barn with,hay loft,toe,room and stall. WIII..Ir,with It,

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U.S.301 M.4 M. Tempt! .706ll *CALC STREET: East Large 3 BR;;3 BA C/B home qrtd' .nleal large lof. :

Sterko,PlarWs, l7AR COUNTRY CLUB LOTS FOR SALE. '! '
t 384 N. Temple Ave Starke !.f:1". ( *2H.AC-4 Mile S., Just] off Hwy> 301.':'$6.900. './ '. t
FI 4 Good Prices, '*LOVELY SETTING UNDER SHADE TREES With 3 A.,2 811:>I BA,Stone,..Only$49,900. i
WALNUT STREETr One of the tark* landmark*.Urge two slory. :
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WE. DIG, ; *4V. ACRES NEAR /LAWTIY; Good building location $13,20(1. '. )

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FOR RENT NOTICE CARS..TaUCKS, ;1 ; / FOR RENT HELP WANTED. ...:.1'-.'" :,.i :' '"OR SALE
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KEYSTONE HEIGHT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '1'' .,. ,. t ',MIMOSA/ MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. FLORIDA TIMES UNION MQTpII/1ttEfit;",' m FARMALLTRACTORr' Front/Rear 'lift.
REALTY REALTOR to the Lake Region Monitor office 'I 1:Mobil$ horn** and spaces for rent.SW Avallabl In Slarke' lawtey and 3pt. hltrh. turn plow, disk cultivator
Rental Property Available In writing and paid In advance 14' CKtFT CRAFT 1982 with 24hp M*r. \- Recreational' vehicles w.kom.'Phone fllor.hom.. Must hav reliable bidden, $3500. 964-8122. 1 Itpd 712IN
ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntrallocallon unless credit Is I already established cury motor; 1983 electricalstart/ : 1984y' 468.2912.9/16 tfn transportation, telephone and be able COMPLIANCE WITH THE FLORIDA
on HWY21. 890 sq.ft.. $300 per mo. with this office. trei .,. Asking $3,500. Call 473-701 3,,1 MOHIIE HOMES FOR RENT On mil to post $250 cash bond deposit. Call' SUP STORAGE FACILITY ACT W* will
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Ichgltfr 7/5-12 : t,';A from Stark city limit, Clean. Hwy 16'W. 964-5615 Mon.-Frl 8 am. to 3 p.m. of take bids on content of Bay No t.
2M COTTAGE an LAKE BROOKLYN RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN' BUICK 4 DR LSabr. One owner, Call 4681323. 10/07 tin. come by office at 605 N. Temple Av., Tuesday July 24 11 a.m., for the past
: w..kly, $200 plus refundable $50 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $1.000. Call 4733105. 1 tpd1 tfr 7/5-12 CLEAN MOBIll HOMES for rnt. On 7/12 2tchg 7/19 due rent from Jude Alklre.. Brief'
cleaning deposit. THE TELEPHONE. 1970 FORD TORNtO78224.a 11'I1"1" PB, 'Hwy,. 16 W Clot to prison Col) EGG PICKER Full or part time Experience description: on* old display case> one
Classified deadline I. Tuesday noon. PS. recently tuned ,u&,: "465-1323.10/01.1fn. preferred Call 964.8036 after old chest, one used dishwasher ono
MU.kOSt.2BR, 2 Bath home.fireplace,' prior to Thursday publication, 'looo.Negotlabl.Call.73-3571.,Jrpd' 'STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly 5 til 7. Itchg112EXPERIENCED ,.wind machine, on* lov* ''seat. two
screen porch utility room available Minimum charge I*15 words for/ $2.75, 71219. rates, Palms Apartment.231 4 N. Tern- HAIR DRESSER Salary trash containers, various. pictures a
July 15. $300 a month. then. 10 cents for each,word thereafter.. pie Av*. 7/29 tfn guaranteed Taking applications at books, ,,clothes. Ga:, Mini-Storage,
\ FOB SALS MIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath. Opposite Sandls Hair Works, SR 21 between, ,16-42:5: Walnut St.'ttchg 7/12
COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY- off YARD SALE, J. Stark Post Office Ask for Mrs Keystone and Melrose, 479-214T. 7/12 FAMILY MILK COWl Call after.6:00 P.M.
Hwy 26 and Latchstring Road, Metros. SHALLOW AND DEEP, WELL PUMPS PVC Lyons Must see to appreclat.ffor. Ifn' 782-3376. Itpd 712ONE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. and fittings. Water .....-,.. dabl. rates INVENTORY AND SERVICE VARIOUS 2 YR. OLD FILLY, On 2 yr. old colt. .
...ltor7W"" "'. TWO FAMILYyard ,sal., Children's fur. pipes Ac. Hardwar., Keystone Hgt*., ROOM FOR RENT IY THI MONTH) LINES OF PRODUCTS In Starke star. Both by (Crimps Elmer Barrel prospect.
6/21 tfnchgMOBILE : nltur and ether Items, mlscel. Lake 473-4006 Bryon 5/24 tfnchg W/Swlmmlng pool. Maid service, Several daytime hours' per month: Rep. Krlmp's Ranch .475-2482 3726313. ..lIdThClmp.o
Santa F. Hlwy 21-B off SR 21, between AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place: your linens Included. Restaurant and loung ly td UMI, 69 C.ntral Ave? ',Box 149, 7/12 2tchg 7/"?
HOMI FOR RENT 2BR furnished Keystone. and! Metros. Follow sign 9 order. Need extra Income Call u*for on premises. Utilities Included. Clifton. N.J. 07011, Include your phone "
A/C $170 a mo. plus deposit. "" ..663,4611'tfnchg a.m. 1 p.m. Sat. July 14. Itchg 7/12.. details 73-3671.5/10 tfnchg $300/mo. Free parking. Econo Lodg of number- 7/12 2tehg 7/19 S 5 .BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
SATURDAY JULY 14 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Ex.cercls LONGN.CU..IIlUI..IIS.. U-PtCK OK Stork.,.964.7600.5/03 Hn v CARPENTER Experienced Full tiro.. Call

OCEAN FRONTSt. Augustine Beach blk, T.V.. hair dryer, dishes, WE PICK ON ORDER. Open Man-Sat. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2'BA 9646054. Itchg 1(12FOR( ., ,
West Coast mirror, neater, and .,_,___ ,
New 2BR 1 condo fully furnished 3-day- go. Lak. a.m. -,,6 p.m.) Sunday. 2.30 p.m. ..6:30p.m. opt. For more Information call Lake V ------; THiLiuijnuim ,4 rv. -T"rfrmtmEARN
w..k-month, pool tennis, rocketball. misc. ,Items.;Ea.t on 100 to Twin Earlton erea and se* signs. Butler Apt., 496-3141. Equal Opportunity SALE UP TO $1500/MONTH Parr jlm In",
Road across from Gizmo. Itpd:\ 7/12. ,
Jacuzzi. 904.471-0933. 4tchg 7526. 468-2483 or 473-2702 6/14 tfnc g', Housing. 6/7 tfnchg H.qlth..and, Nutrition. W. n.ed"om.
HOUSE-ON LAKE CEHEVA- 3BR 2BA', WINDOW AIR CONCHTIONBRused 1 LOT IN MOBILE HOME PARK Key.ton* bltious people who work well with the
Brick on Lak lan. CH/A, $400 a PERSONALSERVICES': : month. 12.000 BTU. Whit culling fan. H.Ight.545 month. Across from lake BRADFORD LIMEROCX. ; SALES- ) 7823172." p bUc::.Find out how Friday July 13,
month plus 473-7777 for Itpd Geneva. 473.7560.6/28 Stpd:\ 8/16 Lawteyi/ :2/23 tin ,
.curity.'Coll nave usd. Make oHr.473-2703. 7.30 p.m. Stark Re<. Dept. Proft'St.'For ,
appolntm.nt to .... 7l2tfnchpQUiETCLEANcomfortable 7/12 3 iR, 1% BATH HOMIt Carpet' and SIMCO SADDLE For pleasure siding. '
further Info, call 782.3415 or
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2 BR CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work STANLEY HOMI PRODUCTS Available drapes;kitchen equipment. Out In the Beautiful markings. Used a few times

2BA house in Keystone Club kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry.; now locally;, Direct ...1.., .horn country $250 month.4682339. 6/28 tin Very good condition. Looks. (like new, OWN'782 3503.7/05 YOUR OWN'2tpd 7/12 JeanSportswearLadles -.
: Estates. CIII AC. weathered porch. Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 of tar demonstrations, and fund raiser Call 2-ROOM EFFICIENCY, Furnished. In $220. 9644512.628'tfnSOFA Apparelj Combination, Ac-
5:30 LAZY BOY RECLINERI. Full
1/5 tfnchg BED a
p.m. 782.3458.6/28 tin
Call 481-3109 nochg.7/12 4734126. Itpd 7/12. lawtey. cessor)**, large Six*" store. National
CARPET and tools for
Inatallatlon. .t Also
AND VINYLr.poln BATH plumbers gas pump
UNFURNISHED HOUSSfor rent year '71 APACHE POP UPsleep 5-6 stave.Icebox a LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS brands Jordach, Chic, 'l.., two;
., Free estimate.. T.n 50 drum. 9646896.628 31pd 7/12
yearsexperience. $ISO and $75 security dp. No pet. gal.
round. 2 BR. 2 BA-Concrete: block central sink new tires and gears11,200negotloble. Vanderbilt, Izod. Esprit Brlttonla ,
: Call 473-4217 and ask for BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENT 24x64.
Lake Also have one 2-room and bath furnished
H/A, on canal on 'Big Santa Call 473-3571-3' tpd Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Will Invest South of Stark. 6 miles on
F. No pet. $323 month 200 desposlt. '.'2/19 apartment $160 and $75 see.aep. Piton, Clalborn. Members Only
HANDYMAN All kind. of home 301 & 18. 6/28 4tpd 7/19
repairs,,
All utilities Included. No p.t4.9h.8071.
Call 1-264-6590. Itchg 7/12. BABY PAMAKEETS $10.00''each.Call Grown, Healthtex
mobilehome repairs,and fix-up needs. 7/12 DO DROP IN BARGAIN HOUSE ,Flnoli, Organically 700
PANELLED OFFICE t RECEPTION AREA 473-4089. Itpd:\ 7/12. tpd others: $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory, I
No job too small. Minor plumbing KEYSTONE HEIGHT Mobil hom.2 BR, Sale; Closing Sat., July.14 Many itemsbelow
Available Jun. 15. Parking'SR-21 In repair Cleaning service. Light haul II FT. SHASTA TRAVEL TRAttERt Self- Across from Lake Gnva. S155/mo. cost We wish to thank our many airfare, training, fixtures, 'grand open. \
Keystone shops.. 473-7707. 5/17 tfn ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. contained., 6 .cu ft. gaslc.rfrlgrator Furnlshd/Unfurnlshd 473-7560, 6/28 friends and customers for your support Ing etc Can open. 15 days. Mr. Keenan. ,
OFFICE SPACE Suitable for medical of. 5/17 tfnchg. 3 burner,stove w/oven. Btpd 8/16 and confidence In us and helping make ((305)) 6783639. Itpd:\ 7/12 \

flc...Available Jun. 15. Parking SR-21 STEAM CARPET CLEANINCJ-room house 12-Volt water system. Slps 46. ,,2 BR. 1 BA HOMIi In' town. Like new this a wand.rfuls."en years."'Marlie S; I PERSONAL"SERVICES
; N. K.ysrone.hope, 473-7707.. 5/17 tfn special $8000 7ft sofa or 2'chalr' $2,000. Call 473.4032.7/05 tfn CHKA, Fenced yard. No pets. Couples Audrey Griff. Itpd 7/12 1
special $.45.00. Quality work, Coll only $350 month plus security WASHING MACHINE Kenmore, good '.
WANTED '473-7009 or G'vllle 3767667. 3tchg J' 1)6<1.8931. 7/05 tfn condition; table and chairs' )' 'antique. ) SEWING "MACHINES"REPAIRED), All' :
JIM AND JOYShome cleaning service. HOUSES FOR SALE OFPICI SPACI DOWNTOWN! Available furniture 96<1.4491. I tpd 7/12 makes ,cleaned oiled and adjusted, I

Fr. ..tlmot... Call 328.1371 or now. 1)6<1.8698 or 9645389. 7/05 2tchg U-PICKt ,Okrd, tomatoes, and '$19. Work guaranteed James I
WANTED TO BUYgood condition mater- 377-9624 4tpd.7/12-8/2 FOR SALE OR RENT-2BR.2 Bath horn. 7/12 watermelons. ,The Reed Farm, road' ,Strickland corner' Morgan Rd. and
pity clothes. Size 12 or 13. Call Immokalee Rd. Call 17449343. behind Elem School':SE 21st
on Hampton .
PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE, Complete EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS Furnished for i I Hwy 16. Starke. 12/29 tfn I
4732457. 7/12.
tpd.
lawn and 4tchg 6721-7/19. $145 a month. Call Tiffin S Owens, Inc. St. From Thursday onItchg 7/12 CHAIN LINK FENCE) Installed, ,Free : / '
;" CAIPOOLtoJocksonvlll.,475-1513.4tpd car. maintenance. 3BR/2BACntral Heat and Air fullycorp.t.d 964-5065. Itchg 7/12 ALICIA HAYi Cow quality!, $2 per bale estimates. Handy-Men Fence Co.. '
7/12-8/2, Commercial' or residential. Freeestimates. paneling In living room and I.J BEDROOM HOUSE On. mil. South of Red Brangus bull, 8 months old. $350 Owner Tommy: R.ddlsh,964.8559,13(29CHILD I'
475.219.v.nlng.. 6/28. hall. concr.tepatio. 9647789. 1/12' .
2 car garog. fireplace Waldo. Pool and large garage. ,$300month Itchg tfrr Jv i
LOSTFOUNDCAR : Chrystal Lak occes. All this for plus $250 security deposit. Will 1977' MERCURY STATION WAGON, r CARET All, ,apes, .,newborn. \
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MISCELLANEOUS $49,000. Call 473-2102. 7/5-12 Itpd/tfr be shown Sat. & Sunday all day. '$2500; 1975 Cadillac FleetwoodBrougham limited.. Stale, license,. certified first' I
KEYS- Four on blue k.y chain. Lost MELROSE AREA-CLAY COUNTYEnergy 9644474. Itpd:\ 712UNFURNISHED $1800, 1978 Ford pickup aid, full, time only, 964.5610,6'l. chg I
on Spring lak Rood. Call 473-3459 tf.r ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed efficient,.homes, complete ,ready to 2BR, 1 BA HOME Town. F-230 series, $2200; 1977 351 ft. 5th tfft' w' J I
7/12' meetings '''Monday 8 p.m Open, meov.In at 39950. Term arranged $200/mth, plus $100 deposit. No wheel ,travel trailer $8,00015': ft. MACHINE" QUILTING)'Crib to King sizes I
., SOLID BLACK LAB. Go** by nom. of meetings Friday p.m: Alanon Monday -' Phon. 475-3009 or 473-3187 to ee Children/no pets. Phone 964-8051 between Fabuglass bass boot,w/50 hp Evinrude Also have quilts for sale: Assorted I
? Gypsy 2 year old* lost 4th of July' 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational model. 7/12 tfnchg. 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Itpd:\ 7/12 and Evinrude trolling motor, three live- 'sizes 'and ,'designs.: Betty Hildebrand,' 1
.' night In the area of White Sands lake. Building Community Church 473-2790', GOLFERS DELKMfT. New stucco home. 2 ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED APART. ,wells w/aerators and five ski lockets', 964.8122. 621tnchg \
( Has collar and tag*. Children broken or 475-2130. tfnchg blk. from Clubhous. 3 BR,.2 BA, CH/A. MINTS Stove A rfrg. furnlihed Con. $3000, 1983 Honda 650 /Night Hawk AL-ANON Family Group: Saturday 1p
;, hearted. REWARD.. Please call OVEREATIRS ANONYMOUS No ,dues, wooded lot, By owner. 4752598.- Itpd tact TacKI Box, 341 N. T.mpl. Av*. motorcycle, '$2,000: IS ft. :aboveground .m.'964-7959 after 5 p.ml 6/231 4tpd:\ I
; 473-4106 Itchg. 7/13 ,fees or weigh In.. Open meetings; 7/5-12 Stark.. Itpd 7/12 swimming pool. Sears Best, 7/12 1
'; FOUND Blkln ditch owner call and Tuesay'i.:7.30: p.m.'Community Church KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES3BR-2B Control ,EFFICIENCY 1 ft 2 rms. Working poop!.. $400; 16 hp garden tractor w/at- JERRY'S REa.ICALt Reasonable prices
describe. 473-7095 after 6 p.m. Educational Building Kyton' H/A w/w carpet-fireplace-- Ig fenced Clean quiet, AC. No children or pets. tachments, $1,000. 8 hp Sears Best Free estimates. 24-Hr service,
., Heights, 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg yard, 48800. 473-7164 Aft.r 6:00.p.m. Utility Included. 9647589. Itchg 7/12 tiller. Call 964-5263 after 6 p.m. Itchg 468-1119, Hampton or '6-4..093.6128-
HELPWANTEDCUSTOOIANK.yston. BINGOtAMERICAN LEGION HALL Past or weekends 3tpd 712.26.MOBILE ONE BEDROOM HOUSES Clean nice; 7/12 '4tchjJ7/19
202 SR-21 north Keystone .gh... Ii 'qulr. Furn/Unfurni Hampton. SOLID OAK ,DESK W/CHAIR, $100:I and'air ., WANTTODRINK1THAT'S
High'School. App Saturday Bingo, 7:30 p,m. Public In- HOMES 125mth. No drinking Prefer older hockey table, $30. Colt If In. YOUR BUSINESS
School Board vited. 5/31 Hncha 4 i couple. .313-8566.7/12 4tchg 8/02 terested.; 9646971. Itpd 7112 WANT TO STOP .
ly 473-2761. Clay County FOR SALE" ".4 BEDROOM,. 2 BATHS Front' and rear ANTIQUE'PIANO Upright, good condition. THAT OURS, 'I
'i EOC Itfn Itchg 7/5-12 LAND FOR SALE porch. No pets $300/mth. $100/securl- $375.468.1707.7/12 2tchg 7/19 Alcoholics Anonymous \:. .. .'.':
a IXPIRIENCID HAIRDRESSER Salary 1 '2B* MOBILE HOMEIn Jim Rod- Trailer 964.6368.7/12 2tchg 7/19 PIANO FOR SALE: Wonted-Reasonable ., 9M-4150-964-6S94-H64-5434: r ,
d guaranteed. Taking application. at J=(VE AtRISp.anll.yston..on.trR414: ,Park. Oot 4, 6-U>>w,lake-Geneva, } DONE deposit.ACK*,TRAILER SKACE\,FIrlvate. $60 'par y' to.o ume imolt''''monthly' '' I "". r. '. '. "AI NON F., 'aa..
,Sandl'i'Ma-lr' Woks SR 21"'WNw..rllII'' -'- -- ':t"P9y'"Gt.ti: spinet/console'' lano. .1Io?'wi' wvL'at; :1FL."L tRd I ':: Ji,
'--2"88-ttpcl7ft2-r ., ; .on y
..SSW'. : owri t3B,0 r 1Mb'i'iCgll.J vi-,.. t:',2".IIIP'\-" -$, I ..bed3opart. .
t cro 1M"Wf' +3 1Y-21 m;t.fl crn y;..,*,4/.j, :ewjs w"ejCTEjir tj ;rf 'ft"rk'iji c', FURNISHED JMsft/iSth, 'mobile home;; ', ..t>W'Adul.\ ..,'Only.$50.WlhJ'64.6643.. Can: be 'seen locally/ ', Write: (Include '. .*.4-219 '. i"S/.. ..
J 100 FT LOTHHIcrest lake* $500 down CH/A on private lakef ront..Larg*open 1.3 BR, 2 BATH HOMEt! $35O month Call phone number) Credit Manager, P.O. > pd thru'/"
$130.02 month. Call .73-M>58 after 6 deck boating, wotersports allowed. "964-5423 or 964-6221, Itchg 7/12 Box 521, Beckemeyer. ILL 62219. 712itch LAWN NEED, MOWING, Shrubs need
ON SALE NOW p.m. tfnchg 7/12tfnchg Mowing furnished.. Coupl. with*on* 7/26 pruning? Phone, 9644116. 7/12 2tpd:\
AT 127 COMMEROALIot betweeen Mid. child. No pts. $300.month" $150 ZENITH 21" COLOR TV $100.; coniole 7/19 ,
way and Melrose Hwy-31, $500 down. deposit. Call Jax collect' 725-8945. ,HELP WANTED stereo and radio $50. Call 4733105. LAWNMOWING SERVICES We.will mow

THE OFFICE SHOP $124.83 month. Call 473-4058 after 6p.m. .:24xM PEACHTREEi 3/2 Cn.: HA.Fireplace Itchg 7/12 any slue lawn. ,Whether It's large,or'
110(N:CaM! Si, 7/5 tfnchg. garden tub breakfast nook. GOVERNMENT JOBS TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS Dark pine small anywhere In Bradford or Union
!, ,5S9r$5Q,553/yar.. Now hiring. For Ethan Allen rocker: with cushions; Lazy 48S-1861 '
counties or'adjoining areas :
S ACRES OFF PRIVATE ROAD Well. No take over You
septic equity payment
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Directory, call ((805)) 687-6000, Ext. focker-recliner Club
Boy > Country card L. and
or send us a to George Hoyt
2 Used Office Desks, $50 each, tank, 200 amp pole, $17ooo..Cali move or buy property separately;Call R-5504.6/28 4tpd 7/19 Road. 964-5667. Itpd 7/12; Son,'P.O. Box 116 Breaker, FL\ 32623.
Used Swlnte 4 Dept. Cash Register, 473-744 after 6 p.m. Itchg 7/12 473-7447 after 6 p.", llchg 7/12 LIFEGUARD Certification preferred. GOATS Nice young does and bucks. 7/12 Stpd 726INTERESTED

$M awn..$35 mth. High school graduation required Call 964.8592 after 6 p.rm Itchg 7 t 12 IN MEETING PEOPLE t MAKING -
*.Used Copying Machine..$1400 cash 1 Herb Herres, ')6< -"",7/05 2tchg 7/12 ARGENTINA HAYS Pick up behind balerIn MONIV7' Become ,an Avon .
.rent $75 per mth. I .Ctr- Over lOOChannals Steve Sreadway \ A SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE field. SI.SO per bale 964-5083 of representative, If Interested, call

Swlntec Electronic Heavy Duty, quCAR L SON TREE SERVICE MANAGEMENT position In Mocclenny. 964-8942, Itchg 1/12' Mary, 964-4166 evenings Hpd 7/12
Typewriter Sale $." cash or rent to Good starting( salary. AC 2 BR opt. In FRANKLIN WOOD HEATER: Open.front, EXPERIENCED SITTER ,will deep Childrenof

own. $SO dwn., $.. per.mth._ Home Satellite System.Int. Removal,. 5, cluded. Hous Ins. Plan available. Ad. never been used, S275.96<1'7.512'doy.. : any aIn my horn day or night.
Dameged Fire Proof 4 DR File 'Hwy.looW.K.yto"eH.lghi. .. dltlonal fringe benefits..Call 1-466-3534 6/14 tfnCOLOR large!. fenced .in yard. Call 4681858.
(9941 413-2666 "* Trimming for Interview. 7/05 HnI .TV: $99 and up. :Next to Starke Also will do typing. Itpd 7/12
Cabinet, would sell new fer$'''. NOW any
$49*. ; ," Free om of Chole. -. .A Stump Removal; I*. 'TRIKIIT RICH I Truck Slop, south of Starke. ,964.8212.. 'HOME-MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICES

Chair. $50 Firewood: ie wlnner..Pot.ntlal 140.000.$100.000 11/24 tfnMOBILE All repairs large and$ small. Serving
Executive
,* Used i a HOME SUPPLIES Window, ft\ counties. Free
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.*' New Check Writing Machine, $79. Help Wanted. .' Free Estimate yr. comm.. Most have 1.2 yrs sales ."PI doors plumbing and else., suppliesalso Bradford estimates.Clays 964.8961 otter.4pm, 7/12
Do you have a computer?,,The OHIce .4734732Ex.perleneed jDo you'nettd' large Income to pay for furniture BARGAIN CENTER. 1 4tchg 8/02 .:
Shop ha. a full, line of computer paper, house, car family? Needed by AAAA mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfnl 'YES, WE DO WINDOWS WINDOW,
floppy;-disks,and other accessories. .After 5 P.M.Keystone ''Corp. w/25 yr. track record. 100X fin. FT. SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER: Self. CLEANING, WINDOW REPLACEMENT'

*. If you, are buying from .IBM, Butt Biscuit Maker i Breakfo.t Cook HeightsLlceni Exp paid train. Call Mr. Fox 8 am-10 contained, .6 cu, ft. gas/elec.. Repair Burglar bars Installed. Mini-
revgh. or oth.r vendor you are prey, pm CST J-800-247-2446. No Investment, refrigerator 3 burner stove w/oven. Blinds 8 Shades ,Installed. Free
bebly. paying tea mwchP, Call 964-S764. II GARDEN RESTAURANT LlflSifI w* Invest In you. Profit paid weekly. 12-Volt water system, Sleeps 46. estimates. 964.8961 after 4 pm. 7/12
The Office Shop. for comparison. ;. $2.000. MUST SELL. Call 473-4032, 7/05 4tchg 8/02 -" ,
THIS WEEK ONLYl'1000 Printed No. 10' U.S. 301 South 800 N. Temple Ave.. f34Q-Small ti oiler,. park. Subscribe I tfn DID YOU KNOW VOU CAN SHIP
Envelopes. $29.... Color slightly higher. :::iJ, Located nearJane's Maccl.nny.Prked ROOF COATING SALEI'5 I gal, aluminum, PACKAGES OVERNIGHT through' UPS
:. $28,000. Owner ,$30, white acrylic, $35 Save Evan or bus? 'For information! call
-, 4 Grooming at Janet. ,M. Morel Call for free estimate, We apply Greyhound Bus Station,'964.6090,.ask '
Dog fin.' ; 'roof\ coatings Clean and Install gutters for Marie. Itchg 7/12 '
u i /359-IOWood.dyAbt.3 and pressure clean. Call 964.8961 after WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME' S days a

James.C.N g.Jlt': L+ko-633291 I Ml.; from town. Paved road .StarlingRealtor 4 p.m. 7/124tchg8/02 week. Call 964.8396,1/12 4tpd:\ 8/02
d Kingtl fmtg. $18.000. : PIANO AND ORGAN SALES Friday and BILL'S SAW SHOP, Complete sharpening''
Electrical Contractor 1 1336-Homeslte wI lake :, Saturday. By Lipham Music of ,.rvle."llrcllla' hand, carbidechain
: ____""ALL BREEDS"Cats view and acc...., $11,500WS4600 ,,2't. Ac. $1..000,sin Gainesville at,TG&Y of Starke. Some mower blade hollow ground and
Wiring Residential & Commercial* dn:,.$7/mo. .3 Ac $2.000 down. i I less than %" price. Organs $695 & Up. balanced. leave at Jackson Building,
All ACROSS. AMEftICA : Pianos, $995 and Up. All guaranteed.Itchg : Supply In StarkeKerstone; Heights or
Mobile Horn Fold' S- I IlOO.aOOAMP .:--\ Com ,In. .and fcompare >3A-,W.118Saptic.$3,300. 7/12 lake Butler TFNchg

I J ,. ',,' our commercial proper- .dn.STAtElY OLDER HOME 2 TINT BROWN CHIHUAHUAt Female; 8, GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door., windows,
ucu'' !t. months old. $75. Calf 9645776. Had all 'etc? JACKSON 8UILDING"SUPPLYq'' ,
Free Estimate OPEN: MONDAY'SATWDAY .. Ij/i front porches, beautiful shots Itpd 7/12 ". ? '' .9646078. Orders also taken' In Lok.,
,- S shady lot fruit trees 6 ,'",.' TON AIR COND; COMPRESSOR Unit ," Butler 496-3079, and, Keystone
9644824JUOJft t Lill.rxpJN. I +, pecan trees and shop heat pump (GE): ,approx.'S yes old. Heights,'413.4973,2/26 tfr' '"', '
$45,000. Price Neg. Contact owner after 6 pm.. ,',
I ''I .OnsOL I .,:. .REMOTE QUIET SETTING, 9645129. 7/12 3tchg 7/26 '
I ." Horn wM23 family PEAS Purple.Hull Crowder. $5. UPlokl.! ,,' ._ ._..., .Subscribe Today ,!,

..;; J' room Screened r porch ag89N.T.etpl $8 We-Plck. Norton's, 782.3752.1Tpd.";". ; ': BRADFORD, .., COUNTY. ;
c C. -\ I double car garage. 7/12" .. '" TELEGRAPH ,
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Lake:AteaImported'Auto Ave,. :17.7SO. 10 MONTH OLD CHAMPAGNE POODLE '!9404.,63l)4' oJ 1 :\' ,

MiniStorage'Hwy '' pOt" ,.........'M IMN1',,... : .14'',AC-lowt.y. Beautiful Male;, price,negotiable. Calf. ,473-7979 ".,

[ ; ,. : \' fervicc ,t1O"'' Imp. ,pasture Fenced 3) evenings, 'Jtpd.7/12 .

: 901 South.Sta.ko''kMLLol All Work 6uaremid'475.1342Hwy.264M.Ite5 wells' & 2 culverts: $1750 .
> Trained Mechanics "l-TY '
Shopping Center: ;'' 1 Factory. .'.? '' Ac. Lrpet : : $cot larci. .
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I The Bradford office of the state attorney probation pled guilty June 25 to viola Jose Gutierrez arrested November ., Prank Bentley arrested April 19 for :: RICHARD C. TULLER, D.C. .
m received 44 new individual tion of probation and was sentenced to 10(>>for carrying concealed firearm, pied welfare fraud, motion to dismiss by Hwy21next '
rJ. cases and/or felony defendants for 30 months in Department Of Correc- guilty May 29 to carrying a con- r defense attorney granted to Dampiers Drugs
L prosecution during the month of June. tions to run concurrent, arrested May cealed weapon, found guilty sentenced Martin Garza charged April 10(>>with KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
, I Nine of the cases Involved' inmates in 23, 1983 for burglary and grand theftin to two days in Bradford County possession of a weapon by 'a state ,1 '..
v Florida prisons, according to Investigator which he was placed on probation Jail and fined $100. t prisoner, pled guilty sentenced to 18 General practice ., '
Wiley Clark. January S, pled guilty to violation of Leo Carl Thornton arrested May 10 i, months DOC. of chiropractic.
I Informations were filed on 27 prior probation and was sentenced to 30 1981, aggravated battery antishooting Joseph K. Harley charged October ,, : r .-
Examination
.. cases and there were no jury trials. months In DOC to run concurrent. into an occupied vehicle, 31 with escape, pled guilty sentencedto S V and J II ",*v, .
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Nine guilty pleas were accepted and I Gregory Watson charged May 11 June 1, 1982 placed on five years probation 18 months in DOC. treatment clinic1 .' ";s'r ; \ .. '
20 cases were dismissed by the state i with two counts of introduction of contraband June 18, 1984 pled guilty to Carl Ketter arrested February 27 Modern ..
, attorney. The office declined to prosecute S case dismissed defendant is violation of that probation, probationset delivery of marijuana pled no contest X-ray facilities \ A w
11 cases and the court dismissed witness for the state. aside, sentenced to 12 months May 29, adjudication of guilty .
three cases.One violation of proba. Carl Edward Griffis arrested DOC. j j i withheld probation for 18 months and Complete chiropractic _:
tion was heard and three extraditionswere i September 9 for possession of marijuana TIna.. Underhill arrested March 29 5 fined $300. c f physical.therapy' :, J
handled. and sale and delivery of marijuana for worthless check, June 11 court ; Leartis Jefferson charged, with :: :
I Pre-trial Interventions were com pled guilty, sentenced to oneI dismissed the case on a motion by November 22 with burglary-petty
pleted by four defendants. No judicial I I year in county jail to run concurrentwith defendant's attorney. theft, pled guilty June 13 to burglary, Most Insurance Accepted
action was taken on three cases: time now serving, 'Alexander Westbrook charged July sentenced to 30 months DOC. 24,HOUR
Informations were filed on 45 new r Roger Parramore arrested May 31ere IS with possession of a weapon by,.a ;. Russell Manning charged March 2 EMERGENCY T
misdemenaor\ cases.Nine cases w with worthless check, June 11 caseI state prisoner, June 11 pled' guilty grand theft, pled guilty June 23 placed 473.7213 473.7214
dismissed by the state attorney an !I dismissed, restitution made court sentenced to one year in DOC to run ) on three years probation ordered to .
one case was dismissed by the court. cost paid. consecutively with time now serving; pay $' 1l.63 restitution. Alter Hours Weekends: 473-7194
The office declined to prosecute 1 y i Margaret Ritchie arrested tor wore Henry Gros charged with resisting Leartis Jefferson arrested Otflci Houri Mon.-Fd. 8:30:: am $:ao i Ii-
cases and 17 guilty pleas were ac. thless check, dismissed defendant in- arrest with violence and battery of a February 4 for two counts of
ct ted. compentent. law enforcement officer, cases consolidated i burglary-grand theft, pled guilty
There were'41 cases received for Initial Annie D. Wilkerson,charged withI with,a companion case., sentenced to__ 30_ months.____m_ consecutive_.
arraignment in traffic criminal I I welfare fraud June 13, 1983, pled guilty ......_" 1It".. __..._ __ .11'
court. 19 cases were handled.subsequent o September 6, adjudged guilty plac- '
to arraignment. ed on five years probation and make
There were no juvenile petitions fil,. restitution, I May 29 pled guilty to "" He. Helped! Then and Now' ,
II ed in June. Two prior juvenile caset i violation of probation, modified probation BHS Ihadalofof ,
were dismissed and four cases received .o six months restitution center. back pain anything I did made it worse: I
nonjudicial action approval. Donald Arthur Smith arrested fore Majorette took medication but it didn't help. I could hardly

Cases dismissed in June and robbery, burglary-grand theft Junei mop my floors. I couldn't;, hardly put onq foot in front or?&
reason for their dismissal are a 28, pled guilty to attempted robbery -' ollie ; ;
follows: September 13 adjudication withheldplaced Clinic'July I.., I had been to see Dry .
on five years probation and Dopson a few years ago and he -,,
fined$1,000, pled guilty to violation of helped then so I ,decided to see him with this, back pain.
Leartis Jefferson arrester d: probation 29 to 18 23279A.M.till Now'I don't have ,more >
May sentenced any pain, an l don t have to take
September 11 for burglary, placed 01 a
months.II' I P.M.. any medicine either. R
>Dr. Dopson sure has helped me a lot.
Fie: $7" Ages Kind.-I1th Gr. .

Union Woman Gets BHS Bandroom 15 Years *
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,, \ Three Years in Shooting own* Participants baton Drinks and Provided must bagged;' bring lunch.their Dr. Ronald Dopson Chiropractic


I A Union County woman has been tant State Attorney Harris- Tobin said. Call......?. '((904)) 964.8018 ,Evelyn, Griffis
sentenced to three years in prison The husband has denied the charges, '9o4- 377.4311185
after she pled guilty to attempted according to Tobin. Chiropractic Assistant Chiropractic Receptionist No Charge for Consultation, ,
I first-degree murder In'.shooting her Johnson was given the mandatory Or 782.3900 Davis
three-year sentence July 9 by Circuit -. Gayle, Carolyn Hayes' Most Insurances Accepted
I Susan Marie Johnson, 35, shot Judge John J Crews.She was taken to ,
Tracy Lamoine on May 17 at a bar Florida Correctional Institution at .
in Lake Butier.ll'Ite bar was owned by Lowell on Tuesday, July 10. r +
Lamoine's stepfather. Sheriff's Lamolne has since moved to rI w + 1 +r +
records indicated there was no one in Odessa,Texas,where he Is living witha r 1 r ,
the bar but Johnson and Lamoine brother, Tobin said The gunshot / ; 11 tr
when the shooting occurred. Lamoine resulted in Lamoine being paralyzedfrom r 1 1 l
was struck in the back by one'shot the waist down. Lamoine had i 1 ,1 it ; i I
from a .22 caliber rifle. suffered from a muscle desease
I Mrs.Johnson said her husband toldher before the shooting but was relatively
to shoot Lamoine because!he was mobile until he got shot, said In-
I stealing money from the bar, Assis vestigator Larry Cochran. .

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FOR SALE HELP WANTED
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ItU He..ie Mi" I low milia;. xc.lbnt PROCESS MAIl AT HOMEI I $75.00 per +
I .cend.Phon.,4962911.2-pd 7/12-14, hundred No Experience, Part or full .. .
UTTER SANS,OKRA AND CORN Whit..but.r tlmo. Start Immediately. Detail-tend
*elf-addreed .tamped envelope to
beam peckled butter bean
C.R.I.6092.. P.O. box 3149. Stuart, Fl
and okra ready now Silver" queen Sofa & Chair
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corn ready'5ot. call ElUry Grlfflt.
SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERK JOB.

lUGS 4963655.1--chg Federal gold 7/12 rug 11 ft. 2" 12 ft. by Require heavy lofting, valid driving Ottomans Just .Atjflj
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'" $50. Sculptured hag.,Alto red 9 ft; license ttudent, and good for port-time math.klll.work.Will during consider Cotton, Fabric. + i !
3"by 13 ft.and 7"$79.1"foom'padding
school year. Reply In own hand writing tttr35-i
for both 4963226.pel 7/12
HOMI GROWN FRCEZER MI P.O. Box 128 Lake Butler, 32054. NOW $3999aXi jWr"
COMMUNITY MENTAL Reg. 499" ,
Slaughtered or on thw foot call for HEALTH POSI-
more Info. 496-2390. I-chg 7/12 TIONS AVAILABLE.1) Community Support .

1914 CHEVROLET CAVILIER By owns delnttltutlonollxatlon Program Director-service to'manage' .; 2)) Shop our Wicker 'Gallery'All
assume balance no down payment. Master Level Counselor or Ph. D. to
Call 496-2152 after 6:00 p.m.7/12' provide counseling and testing services ,f 4 e f N
HOUSI3 BDRM. 2 BH, W/W carpet H/A. primarily for children; 3))Master -
3/4 aero land or tamo haute and 4 3/4 level Counselor to provide general Accessories
acre land. Attume mtg. at 9 percent. our-patlent service., Contact jean Ar
Call.4963778.2-pd 7/9-12/84 nold. Executive Secretary North Fla.
177 ItOORADO' BERRirr Excellent Mental Health Center write 10 Box 25 % offS
cond. Intlde and out, fully loaded Including "18. Lake City, 32055. 9047526706EOEAA .
tund ro l. $3,650. Phon.7325259.1.pd Employer. I-chg 7/5/84 I
7/12 LICENSED UK AGENT NEEDED For sale -S n
BIRO DOG PUPPIES 5 mth.old.$20.AKC and service of large employee group.
". Dalmatian female $60. Call 2752410., Bradford/Union area. No collections.
1.-od7/12, Call Rlk DeVoe 4963978. 2;-chg LA-Z.BOY


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ANOTHER BIO GARAGE SALE Turn
RESPONSIBLE AMBITIOUS PERSON Opportunity
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beikle Clark'Meat Store on 231 followsign's
for advancement requlretlong
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BARGAIN'S./ Call
Lake Butler Farm Center 496-2628,1-rchg:
4963921. ll-cha 7/12 7/S/84 New Shipments
Job 0._.Big money fatt.S20.000 to
1 $50.000 plut'. per year. Call ,INSURANCE
12164533000. Ext. 24018. 2-pd a ; &
Carpet Vinyl
i ,71219I MAINE! INSURANCI'AGENCY, 160 S. ,,
Lake Avenue Lake''Butler, 496-3978.;
I FOR RENT, Complete Insurance Service TFN. :h Installation Available


TYPEWRITERS$ AND ADDING MACHINES REAL ESTATE
FOR RENTl,Union County Times. 130 'Used Furniture
,Main Street. Lake Butler Phone LOOKING POI A SPECIAL PIECE OP PRO- ,
496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1 PERTO If I don't have It, I'll find I*. Just :
MOBILE HOMI 2 BORM, 1 BH?air cond., ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. Excellent -Selection of ,,? : .r
located In Worthington .Springs, No 496-2126 or: 496-2903. ev.'. '"You?
pet*. Phone 496-2306,'ufn 6/28 Union County ._//01'." 8/04 Hn : r9 Y+:S

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FWRILANDREALTY 'Beds 'i', '
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DORMAN Wilt AND SEPTIC TANK -
Package deal;' well drilled water
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'pump; new1 '
tank? drain H.id.and lift, station. Solid Pine' 2"x8' Boards"Bookcase
96.C.."". 'I.l'. Mobil.home pole cval.'oble./ All work ,
'..< ,, guaranteed call Tommy Dorman 1 '
393 N. Tempt Ave.j 27S-2IST. UFN 0/1 Headboard Deck :
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: Vemle P. Odom ,' METTLES TIN IHVICI'Tr_removal and. ,1 ,,
Eroko.GRIOWNIR ,pruning.Also firewood. oc' and pine
lor tale. Call Thomas Nettle. -4963823.ufn Mirror ,./Sh lvesJ
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