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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 19, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:04375
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... County Schools will mean more ,'said. "
guidance persons to assist students in .In' other business, Board.Member
the middle school and elementary 'Rodney' Hall, suggested, that 'a, cer
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Supt.Tom Casey presented the list 'provide" procedures to avoid over- .
of positions to the,school board at ,the ppyPants} .such ad those brought\ -

regular monthly'1 meeting./ Monday before the board iastlnonlh.The .

night. July 18. board was told that an audit by .
The total number teachers projected ,the state Burned, up Unpaid social
i is. 30)iv); an increase four security payments'' Casey said the err r

teachers over:last year' total. Casey., ;irpra., Occurred,because the, 'count
said the adjustments werein line with..; 'payfoU : joffl<:tr'. was ;
Tallahassee officials> that the persondin
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f/ACMK.LL h dividual behavior problems .errorsi. ..". R :. ':: E xs .r.... :.

n the .....e which cause':distrupt ions' in Hall-Insisted thaiia'; /CPA-Would- rJte .

y t..wK +'" + 1.+Mi rAi4't n.- r the regular ,helpfullnnvoidipgerrors-; ;;'Jfij-u:
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I education i and guidance' in'youngeryear the Ixmf4
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,.. ': : ", The total number of students is ex- cepted I the bid from .Register ,Oil Co. "
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I the 1984-85 school year; Casey said .
'i"' : Architect At Dornpe reported the
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\. : enroll In K-12 grades The Vo-Tech ject will begin, soon but projected jno-
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)tLj total to Jhf countyJn; addition '1 school!\ l tract a uMhclnp."lyompu .ald' .....
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.. FIiing'Touches'\ .. guidance in the younger grades is be1ing The board voted to ask for bids on
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made in hopes of heading off some the, track. project again next month
Workers have been hard at1 work individual behavior problems which

.'' .+.,, putting .the finishing touches on the cause disruptions in:' the .regular Casey.'reported that thee(contract
,a k? VP; \ new Jax d!Liquor store, dubbed to open classroom The guidance personnel had been .signed''to officially: allow

,r .?.\C,_ e .,. next Monday. Above' 'workers are will help students to adapt,..to school 'school board useof,, Camp Blamlintf'
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a ,w .. front of the building., .;';.. problems: they may be facing driving range. The loo-acre site will

: y: r -. To the 'left, a building being constructed because of a poor home environment. ,be located about lour miles' east of
i .y.At by J.K. "Gerry"1 Ely. This Starke on theoutl'side' of State Road

'' .5- -, : ., .'.. building will house the local Health In addition 230,. according\ to, lIall. Hall Was instrumental -
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i < Construction Close $2 Million Mark: !Millard Brrtwri told the< board that
tiNew to.. Casey said some vocational courses the' land will be'cleared and prepared

*'. kl/lV. would be altered: at the high school by'School'boardequipment% which
( '1 ijC'/ ." because of lack of enrollment: At the will mean >la 'sizeable savings. 'Con'tracts ...
r ;/ Close to $2 million in new construction is under way.'or about to begin, in Welch Building... '!' ($};, Vo-Tech a day time home economics ) will later be', made to- have the

the Starke area. Surveyor Pat Welch has a 2,500 square fool building going up on thtf south 'course will be dropped'I because' .of roadbeds graded and paved.'The total
doesn't count the $10-million in work in the addition to >).' stale
And, that going on side of the Pizza Hut on US-301: north in Starke. ) !.t;i lack, of enrollment funding for the driving range to
and Whispering Pines, the nursing home. will about'the be Used the ctalll'ls
Bradford Hospital Welch plans three offices in the 2,500 square foot building'being built by Other adjustments leave by- (ruck-driving.
.There is also restaurant planed for US-301 north in Starke (see ac each 2
a new same number 011 teachers$ at $ I.OOO.
Scott Whitehead. of the three offices is rented lo Family Hair Designers ..
companying, story which will move from its current Call Street location which it now owned by ,
(he legal firm of Tomlinson and Brown. The attorneys are crowded in their
Jax ..
Liquors present building especially since taking in a third lawyer, Johnny Hobbs,
The new Jax Liquors store on US-301 south; next to the Pepo station and and are looking to expand by relocation or expansion into the present beauty ot'SR: ] "
across from Wendy's, is set to open doors Monday July 16. shop next door. < Reroute 230' '
', Builder Bob Harris says the construction cost Is half million and that will :4 t$ I I mti''l .

double when the store is stocked No lounge is planned for the store, only New Factory... "'' I i 1\ d"' ) .

"t, package The Jax sales.Liquors building Is 8,000 square feet, now the regular size store for So-Mark,Garrard a new manufacturing business US-301 has about moved five miles from north Pittsburgh'intothe of \ '
former building on SJarke
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considered of the best buildings in :
the: company.'The store is one looking next to Carradine's.. >",(\' fy I'tt ,
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.town. ,. Owner is Monti EI-Souessi.llilj company makes engraving tools stumps.pres'les ... ,

numbering heads', and marking equipment. :X ..1t<
.Chicken Factory... El-Souessi who expects to employ 50 eventually and already hired about Aii allor.nafive! ,: parking' 'pVAn nriiiH'I'ly' I ru 'gc4talluh:: poHSl| >iiili'
The Chicken Factory 'opened last Thursday in the .former sea-food 15 employees, has found it difficult to find qualified personnel such as lathe lH> restaurant building just south of Alligator Creek and next to the :Western operators and machinists. ;3P.&K! '-W' *' ';" area, and a mini-park were the'main Idea, (or I he mini-park( came f rum'lush II' :
Steer Steakhouse. :::1 topics Thursday, July '12." ,of the greet pork ugalnsj... u hd prick

;Marvin Dye, operator of the Chicken Factory In Hawthorne, bought the Doctors Buy Land.., ;.tl .. "< Mali;, l Y.? Downtown Progress Committee1' it building In l;uatis; ; > !
property from developer Steve Whitehead for 260000. ; ? offices 'gropes: i i it wtijC fnl 'arc). ,
Two doctors have bought property on US-301: south and plan rental "
*-t' ""here. *i, */* ,' .i! >< Wall' Wt tcoU 'p" ; >iv rf. /JIt'nCII l
Ely Busy... Dr. Sarnt Sarhtinoranont has purchased the former Food .& Scat propertyon Kernullng'of(SH-ZMI:: In SWInii'l at ht'Starke ,- drawing: a proposed! mclluxt of r
Contractor Gerry Ely has some$400,000 In construction under way, with 10 : south Walnut St. at its intersection, with US-301. |: M : ptiwvr plant( "wni!l'll.rn"."'' topic! dfi'iihtitinit' rnlni'J>lIrk. Mrlt; ut r.'
fobs just finished, under construction or about to begin. Ely has three-;'two Dr. Kiert Sundusadee has purchased the Do Drop In property on US-301: \ 'of discussion..'Next,move plnnm-d if ttm.minipai'k' would Ullu, first" ,
under construction, buildings of his own behind the Tastee Freeze and has south' 'I' '1 ,1 ig;i ,r ,trip Friday'.;.July )Il" \tIt lnke City tl* 'ehowt.t/1'/ Downtown Progress corm:
won the contract from the local Department of Health and Rehabilitative. Ii' ;! $'!f ,,;ask the:Popart net wfMion' P'lIl1tptll'l millt e'Iroully1mecuis'! taia";ina1 .,,,lhtllll
Ely; also has a mini-shopping mall contract on US-301 north plus Ely's, Hospital Addition... >,. tiJ :' If Slt-2: > (can he; rerouted; redeveloping 'I I he hlHl\ ri< urvn
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trew recently added six new units to the Temple Motel a 20-foot addition on million in bond anticipation notes have been sold and plans for the; addition "Mt-mllt'rslIt j( thiChumlKr: nf Com 'Wt-stcoU wan asikwK. '";atxtjitS't'ctkt' .
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to Winkler Electric, and is getting ready to start an office on US-301 south for to Bradford Hospital Inc. have been submitted to the state Departmentof merce'slaew Highway t't'uumllntion' )draw I (Cplitrtiif, ; d wnt
optometrist Leonard Schlofman. Plus, more is coming that Ely Chiefland.isn't ready to Health and Rehabilitative, Services (HRS)I. according to Administrator: .Cnmmitt't'! i wil' | 'ht l 'jnctudcd/ lithejleiegnttnn. ; :! .,cJ t'!h,5Jill? ',tit.'l"1't '}onem'?< ?.' '

'talk about. He Is also doing three commercial Commission buildings in will be housed in CE.ItipO'Steen.FIRS MiS!i '" f' ; '} "115, ';, '( .,". \ '. "
and Probation ,
Parole Commission
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has 60 days evaluate the plans go O'Steen doesn't expect to +
the new Ely buildings. The Probation Commission will move from present th "' 'Hj anything until September.'Meantime, pllll1llllnd specifications are ready and, ImcuHKeri 1U.1'lt'n' iWUH. I lie
to into .hl'u/4: :fw hullding'rv'rswitediar
quarters in the county courthouse' allowing the Public Defender. move will be submitted to bids so construction can begin when the HRS okays the possible formation of a corporation to 1 ewhk JK| rcdcvrlopm .
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5- i plans. ?&, ; ? I ;Ii'. purchase, Itrw-nlx-ru building and "'pg, I, :
property; nl' Thompson and Cull '1., ,
V, Nursing Home Addition..,. ';) t : A; :f 'Streets! ; which UPC'meinlwr"' .:.1.- ,

;?''Mental Health Building;:.. Delivery of electrical I components and the emergency generator have gotten 'IJ: :,"Matthew lerm\ i ; l'tk"y;-4.1'Jf..tht. .r.,.. \LtiiMII'If1' ..{,fI"/ .luire>.

tour-? the $3.5 million addition to Whispering Pines Health Carp! Center u little t, redevelopment V' Jh hlstim-ic are&of-/ /t'rtlllf will t M aildblfUriiMml t Ault. 1.
< behind schedule, according to Administrator Pat Scanlan. -, ;' Sl !rk.-// p,: ,' I t.. J uf I Iho'\ $\isE't grime; will* lxrreulrkk'd ..
!Cost of the cedar building, project coordinator Kerry Clifford, a mechanical The project looking good other\ than,the delay, says Scanlan who iuww' n '( |14',i |,.Mhwi"ItIUld"archit1-
{engineer before he changed to psychological work, says the building lends looking for a mid.Auguscompl thnf. f'1 ), .' 4' J: '\ m t'I.. fUral.1Ino'Y.! : 11I(';, i lit, Matlhews) said,

itself inside to more,effective energy costs. The wood building will have an 71 beds are being added to the nursing home, which will go'from tiht t 120.rt'' wljolefieartedly Th.ecomml: wfth/ I"(qAK a lyn"Autr,, uKr *'a :.,'Ao"''luivt' Ihi-.(liiK tiriiiif; ur, v...,rfr.t'jiUl, '

R-19! insulation factor compared to an R-13: rating for standard concrete con1 beds when the renovation of the<<: present building, the second phase of con; rstruclian r. suggestion! ht rievi-liip1')>lltnler ar 'a, I .t+,trvct plnl" nip 11w ncliuiial ,list. ,'-

.., 1 struct Ion.; Is complete. C Cannot he started until the new addition is coma') in theshaped vacunt- lot betty cn' ,.ttpterlpj" .!: buihlifgs. .,'". ; ,
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WThe cedar shake roof.wlillast SO yeareClifrord, siyss'outlasting three < ''T j '' '
plete so patients can be moved &, #? wf- 'the' KiChnrge-l uce-'uHdinii"aml She
asphalt roofs. > fa <,,1e' .Work under way on the present phase includes: adding a bath and fclotfrt for MerriU..McMillan office, bothw' ,"Hex&ht'tX meet lnis sit Au ,\\t:1t: I,
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'i f 5.Vrne Senior Citizens portion of the new building should complete and each room along. the.front. of. the nursing i ,horn*,plus? a sc'reened-in, porcFiynn hr owned by Freeman itC'Miftter lU.-fh, o- .p.In..in tlwCtmmber, .a.rd v sin(,
'ready for occupancy by mid-July Clifford says. If the weather holds, Clifford '\ \ 1 Vacant lot faces both Thompuson i\t; /.t.\ e.. ':. ., \ '

: forsees an Aug."'' 15.Rats,(for completion" [ the menial". ..health* portion of !Moves In,.. ,p7: ( i,4.,A'tif''\ ;Cglt I tl+,/,P'1" -" "i" ., I, 'it'riafrntari! ';:ri hti.: Mflrr'i' ',uiInH'mlkrs ..
:lh building. )! Flynn has moved 'into his n*W' oiMoe r :' ; .
Attorney James R.Reggie,( ,1jn? m. 'nstiee 1it".will bt.tt.w
(,The new building is a product" of excellent. architect: ; Louis' Bt ovn, CliffordEsthetlka'lyp Georgia Street,.across from the Bradford County courthouse;. Ww ", ..J 1'1.iii t" + ", .b.y.Ot"iueelhig'Weekly'flint '

by.flf,1i Contractor Warren Stevenson bUiIt""'the zgno square f Mrtl,;,...Wcli veneer. t @MMS.tAulrY h.,"'.J wlitr % beautiful is functional {
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second budget preparation session The budget proposed for law en- nIr,
, Is set at 8 p.m. next Thursday forcement Is $490,310 an increase of "4, l lt ly
} July 26, in the courthouse by Bradford $35,912 over fiscal 83-84. n v
county commissioners. The increase are the 5 percent ., vl 1 7 t'
: f, Commissioners face a proposed$4 2 salary hike plus matching funds, and alp Utit Nf
million spending bill for 1984-85 which three new cars. nl '{
new requests have pushed some Sheriff Dolph Reddish points that is (
$3.12.000: above the 83-84 level. Commissioners still the lowest per capita cost for law
got the new budget Thursday enforcement of any county. in the '
night July 5, and heard from state. r ?
general department heads. They'll Florida sheriffs are required to sub-
hear still more requests explained July mit proposed budgets to the state by .
2A May 1,which makes it difficult to project
Increases requested Include a five over the next 12 months. SheriffReddish .
percent salary Increase plus mat says that !is a drawback to 1 I IT Iy
ching Social Security payments and the budget-making process.
withholding taxes which total some There is money for three new patrol '
55224. That figure does not include cars in the budget. Reddish says.
elected officials or the tax collector's That includes one for the sheriff, Y .r iv'r S Sy
office which is on' the fee system which Reddish buys every four years. i '
points out Clerk Gib Brown. That way, he can buy whatever kind r
County employees were given a of car he wants or if he's beaten in the t
belated 2,7 percent salary increase election, the new sheriff can buy It t l 1Jlq
Jan. 1 after the commissioners saw whatever he wants. ,
the money was in the budget. That I s ,J ,l '
raise is also included in the new Reddish said patrol cars are traded {, S1SM1
budget figures. after three years now, a saving of p : ;t t
Health insurance is another in- thousands of dollars over the past .,
crease in cost, with clerk Brown expecting four years considering the department i,
employee premiums to go has 10 cars and buys three most '
from $64.IS now to $79 per month, a every year. Money was budgeted for
$15 monthly hike which could add up three cars this fiscal year' but only ,. !
for the county's 96 employees. two were purchased.
Commissioners face cutting some
$132,000 out of a $4.2 million proposed "I really didn't think it would
budget. The commission could in- work"Sheriff Reddish admitted. But
crease taxes to the 10-mill cap set by the third year upkeep cost has been
the slate by a simple 3-2 majority and less than the sheriff thought it would
raise some $93,759 additional in be.One
revenue if it so chooses. Or it could reason for the low per capita
go to work and cut the budget back to cost of county law enforcement is that Olin's Named Number 1 Distributor...
Sheriff Reddish's is not in ,
the 1983-84 level except for the salary department
increases.It the traffic control business. A lot of Concord Homed Division of Champion Home Builders Company of Lake Pictured from left to right are Bob Nelson, Concord Sales Manager Jim-
was agreed between the cour- sheriffs are into traffic control. Reddish City, recently acclaimed Olln'M Mobile Home Center of Starke as the nations my Fowler, Olin's Sales, Manager, Elaine Olin, Mark Olin and Tony
thouse elected officials to include the says and it's a matter of number one distributor of Concord Monies In I 1911-1. WeHtberry. Concord Divisional Manager.4mE .
five percent pay increase in the new philosophy. The Florida Highway
budget. That is the figure they saw Patrol is trained and very capableand 1
published in newspapers for state traffic control is its job, ...so
employees said clerk Gib Brown. why not let them do It?" The FHP is i
Later Brown said, a 4.29 percent .supported by the entire state. If he got
raise figure was printed for state into traffic control it would be
employees.The primarily supported by Bradford
county is not flushed with County Reddish pointed out. \

money but "...is in sound financial .
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shape."clerk Brown told the commis- Employee turnover hurts, Reddish i
sioners. To leave a nest egg for told the three commissioners present I
emergencies the clerk suggested the : Maxie Carter Jr.. Chairman

commissioners screen the new spen- E.W, Hodges and Lawrence Mosley. ',. '
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Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Librarian employees to higher paying jobs si OFFICE We Have : : I
Arnold Weeks County Extension elsewhere and the county is going to : \
Agent Bobby Taylor and clerk Brown have to look into increasing the salary 'SHOP
presented and explained their of veteran employees to keep from a Large, .. '
budgets in the first session. losing them. Reddish said AUUNOEMONK near
Call
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new seafood and steak restaurantis for themselves, and recently formed ,
going to be built on US-301 north by Kendall-Hall, Inc The restaurant will '
Kendall-Hall, Inc., according to Dale be a subsidiary of Kendall-Hall, Inc.. L1. --' _:._.:
Hall a general partner in the cor i ,, Video Record"r'u : '
poration. Financing for the restaurant is I De- ;; .i (" : .
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It will be the first Flanders Steak Bank where officials have "bent over 1" For As Little As "e e 1 ,-

and Seafood Restaurant in Florida. It backward" to cooperate with him. ;', '
is a franchised chain firm which has Hall says. J.':" ?) '$' BE? of& tfi H Model.615
restaurants in Texas Mississippi. W- mbi H $ wRag.
and Georgia. Kendall-Hall has the Both Kendall and Hall live in the : Ir., : .., RENT'TO OWN
Kendall coached Softball u
first franchise granted to a Florida county. '
corporation.Local teams here for several years wherehe : 599.00 1 per month
met Mayor Jimmy Crosby and the
contractor Steve Cubbedge two became good friends. In fact
will supervise construction of the Crosby is going to work for the com- whJi. TV's for Rent

half-million dollar restaurant. Plans pany. '.1 :,1. You Rent A Movie ', '
local subcontractors for
are to use I "
various phases of construction. Hall! lives off Crawford Road and by the. day -
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The family style, restaurant' will east of Hellbron Springs. Hall You Can Buy .. .
seat 348, but Hall is considering in- operated the Interconnect store in Illinois -
stalling a waterfall fountain which for a year but had sand in his (:A Blank Jape week or month.
could cut the seating capacity down to shoes. He sold out moved to a farm in
332. the Heilbron area. Hall's father T-120 Video Cassetter
An early January completion dateis recently died. Hall inherited the Illinois "--
anticipated for the restaurant.Hall telephone interconnect store "
declined to say where the and decided to invest in this area r ,$6.99aUR
restaurant will be located because the where he wants to live.
property transaction was not closed
when he talked July 9 to The "
Telegraph.' Crosby Joins Firm... UUILE FEATURI .

Principal partners in Kendall-Hall, Starke Mayor Jimmy Crosby Jr.
Inc. are Mark Kendall and Hall Who has been appointed vice-president of l 'SPECIAL\\ \
have been engaged in telephone: con operations for Kendall-Hall'Inc. .
tracting work with Continental Crosby, who has been an ad- '
Telephone for some time. They ministrative assistant to a HAS IIIH EXPAMIEI
recently purchased the former Starke superintendent in the prison system
Hardware building on Call Street and has resigned from the Department of t.'
plan to open Kendall-Hall Telephone Corrections.A Rent 2
Sales & Service this month. Steve graduate of the University of Movjes J
Cubbedge is remodeling the store., Florida, Crosby will be primarily .
and Discachiroe '* IT **".
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responsible for general managementand ,f
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It will be a telephone interconn: public relations functions for .V''H S' 'and '
business which means the firm will Kendall-Hall, Inc. : TapeRentals 1
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Install and repair private and "When we decided to move our _
business telephones and telephone from
telephone contracting company
systems as well as sell phones. Acworth. Georgia to Starke and expand $5O r I
Hall's family was in the phone in- into the retail business we MN .
terconnect business in Illinois thought it would be important to .get j

assistance from someone local. Jim Men.. T I'.,,Wed. $ 11.50.
Kendall Contractors for the past 10 Crosby has been a good friend of mine '
years has been installing new lines for for several years and was an ideal ww'. $85' 2, Mevies ft NUtefcine ,I
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'.- Starke. Lawtey, and Kingsley, Lake choice, states Kendall. _.
, :=i:;.:+ exchanges owned by Contfntental "We were just real pleased he was .SL :*Hfc'"fMHSlumber ) :
'.L -:-" Telephane. Hall is contracting with available and decided to make a Sfiso I ..
the marketing division of Continental. career choice to come with our com- FRI BjMT: ''wllft. cIOP011t i .. I

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'1"HrClmpalCe; ::. sections.building which Attorney is divided Flynn I.U will into occupy three i' Published'Stark a* lag" ,W.Florida every Call Thursday Str..t I RESERVE..,...#! .< .' .:,.<''.>'t,-,;..\:',,::' ",','':T:1'1: : :: ':\VMS, or'o.e..DETA1'Moobh, ... -' .

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;. Wilnon Florist lit In process of moving Rates: $1000
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Heal Pit Bar-B-QQ.
There i* more space there and Bill $'.50slx_ months ; Must Call.Ahead*: ana* R.serv.

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W ith _... l .. I
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cit9' ust per. Dist. 3 The ; 10'
city election
Land offices } is set for Tuesday ..- ,
hours away (12 cent of the registered voters elf his So far unopposed School Board ii.Statewide. f .. ,
Goon Friday, July 20) only three in- party In his residence. ;. ,, -
county Since members '
tumbents have drawn qualifying( are: Jim .,. ,
opposition in only 557 Republicans were registered l.awsonDisl.. 3; and Rodney P. Hall,' \
fhq' September elections up to noon In Bradford County in the 1982 elec- Dist. 4.The Primaries... -_. ',fI" ,,
: Wednesday.' tion, HoJUendprf had to obtain only 17 qualifying period was shorten First primary for state voter'ls+ set ,
.;Incumbent G.S. Gib ; '
Insurance ( ) Brown and signatures, but actually submitted 24 ed this year to four days by state law ept. 4. Candidates will qualify'from t '
agent Harold Davis have on his petition. Another requirementof In order to allow county election July 16 to noon July 20. < .'I' (.
qualified for Clerk of the Circuit the petition route"of qualifying is supervisors more time to have ballots The second primary is Oct. Z.:The ,
Court. Two veteran School administrators to submit an affidavit declaring pay. printed and mailed overseas to ser general election is Nov. 6.
Jim Duncan; principal ment of the fee would be an "undue vice men and women, and U.S. On the primary and general elec. f
of Bradford High School,and Charles burden" on.:the finances of the can citizens abroad. These absentee ballots will be representatives to ,
\ Francis, In charge of personnel and didate. ballots must be mailed by July 31. U.S. Congress, all state senators r
secondary curriculum, have qualified On the City Election front, only the odd numbered districts, state I.
for the office of Superintendent of three incumbent Commissioners Former Baker
County Sheriff Ed 'i,1' members, circuit judges, state
Schools to be vacated by incumbent'Tom whose terms are expiring--ChairmanJim Yarbrough of Macclenny, visiting In public defender, all county II II
Casey. Crosby, Travis Woods, and Bob\ Starke Tuesday, said he would qualify county commissioners, and I I
by Biggs had qualified In in Tallahassee
A three-man race has developed for up noon Thursday to run board members.
i County Commissioner District with Wednesday.All against Incumbent State Represen- Locally, the ballot will Include Dist. '
i I the qualifying of Republican, incumbent courthouse officials tative,( George Craay of YuJee In U.S, Rep.Don Fuqua,D-Altha; Dist. ,I
Holtzendorf to with Incum-B.C. have qualified, with no opposition District 13, which includes most Of State Sen. Bill Grant, D-Madison;
compete
bent Homer, Hart and, developing by noon Wednesday ex Bradford County. Rep.; Frank House members, Dist. 13 Rep.
i Wilbur. Waters, who lost to Hart challenger cept for Clerk; So far. unopposed incumbents Williams has drawn a Republican opponent Crady D-Yulee, and Dist. 21 u
ly 23 votes in 1980 by,on qualif! Property, : Sheriff in House District 21, which includes Frank Williams, D-Middleburg; Qualifying Time...
Dolph Reddish .
; Holtzendorf Appraiser the eastern portion Bradford Circuit State Attorney Eugene
went the "petition Jimmy:Alvarez, Tax Collector Esther Starke Commission incumbents 'keft and
: route" in County. and Eighth Circuit Public Bobby Biggs < > Travis Wood
rather than qualifying the for the race Hall, Supervisor of Elections Neva \ The first primary for state voters isprimary' Kick Parker, appointed to (right) hand their qualifying checks to City Clerk Neil Tucker. .
paying $552.82 qualifyn Flynn, and County ,Commissioners 4, with ; Neither of the Incumbents have drawn '
the second
| ( fee. A candidate can qualify September '(: Alan Parlipiano, who resign- any competition for the Ilptomln". ,
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:Volunteer firemen who $spent! overtime compensation. The' 'blu/.e! was contained within '':Jackson) Building Supply on U.S. :301 south at- Starke on the westside: of driveway a public,.road.| '" ..Sheffield
'several hours fighting the huge blaze, .'The fire destroyed the abandoned about 90 minutes, but Schaefer: said" at Alligator Creek, be declared U.S. 301. Sheffield said he purchased owns about five acres adjoining the
:hat( destroyed the old Starke Building building last Wednesday 'when the time out and clean up took six and'. surplus and receive bids to sell It. the property from Fred Mueller and 360 purchased by the city .
;:Supply deserve extra compensation\ first alarm sounded just before 5 one-half hours. -The commission approved the is surrounded by land owned by the city -- Each of the three incumbent city '
,''for their efforts Commissioner p.m.. 'Owned by Florida National In other 'nation ui' the regular ,'recommendation and will advertise to He said an attorney.(old !him al the commissioners up for reelection has ;
Charles' Schaefer told the city com Bank of Starke, the structure is meeting: i receive bids on the property. time he purchased the land that the qualified by paying the $240 fee, but
mission.Tuesday night. estimated to have been worth Sfio.iHW -.:The commission approved a -An ordinance was approved to easement nll'rom the highway to no candidates have as yet stepped for
After a brief discussion, the commission and was insured building site plan submitted by create a board of adjustment to function his gate. However. closer Inspection' ward to challenge according to Clerk'
passed a special expenditureof Starke police arrested a young Ronald Denmark. Denmark wants to in the city. Members of I the of the legal documents indicated he Nell Tucker. .
$:n2. drifter who admitted slee ,the (mild u structure near U.S. 301 and 1 Slarke Zoning Board will also be was landlocked. Those up lor election,.are Bobby
'Schaefer said that would give the 10 building five days while looking for ,Market Road. 'to be ''used for mini members of the special adjustment'sboard. The' commission agreed to ap- Biggs, Jimmy Crosby Jr.,.,and Travis >
men $5 per hour for helping to bring work and setting some papers on fire storage.;; prove the personal easement to allowSheffield Woods > '!
the fire under control. He said the two in anger when he was unable to get a -The commission heard a recommendation -' Frank Sheffield received an'easement Io enter and leave' his land; I Qualifying for the city positions up,
men on duty would receive their normal Job. He was arrested for arson a few from City Attorney Terrence approval so that he can legally but stopped short of declaring .the for election this year close Friday at
pav and, tlu chief was hot due any hour r after the fire was under(.,;",....I Br:>wn 'trrnt nn'noif" of land behind!' 'drive'' in his Innrt lorn'nrt haze a mila noon. I

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": A zoning board decision to allow Bradford zoning board members he Sneaky Land Deal...? mixed areas require halfaq-acre of til 10 days before the public hearing! ; board ''if it wants a high density area' : i
,Guy Caverly a dual permanent and may sell his house suddenly and, in land. If more and more parcels are Gaines said; the law requres 15 days' with mobile homes on every half- I
Terrence
'.mobile. home classification becausethe that case, would place a mobile homeon Attorney Brown, rezoned RSF-MH, more and more notice and the zoning hoard backed acre, to' approve the tWI).requests.
I request is considered speculativeby the property. Kobiata said he has representing Mrs. Sarah Wood who 'jmobile homes will appear, thu*driving off in'the face of that legal. technicality : That would better serve the public I
county commissioners who have purchased the land and a double-wide owns' 500 acres of land across Speed ,down the value of Mrs Woods' i than allowing the number of mobile
final say. mobile home and plans to make the yule Road from Caverly and Kobiata, acreage, attorney Brown contended. 'homes to grow through such ,
Commissioner, however, asked to Speedville Road site his permanent termed the two requests for mobile Brown suggested to the zoning Attorney Brown' 'told! ''Jhe zoning parcel by parcel the attorney stale t
homes backdoor
effort KH
be certain,Caverly can apply again home. a Jack by area board that Courtney attempted last I
'once he decides definitely to place a County commissioners, leary of developer Courtnay, who .was year to have the entire area I
t mobile home on his property. zoning, changes request just to increase < 'commission not: present at the zoning board or reclassified for mobile homes. But The Guardian Life Insurance; I

> Two 2'4-acre parcels on Speedville property values,,turned down' mobile homes meeting;into to inject where more'he Brown said, opposition was so strong Company of America Is proud to. announce
Road (SE 43rd St. off SR-100two Caverly's request. an area the request was withdrawnl that John E, Watson III has
miles east of Keystone Heights'were owns property "'It was an administrative rezoningft1luest earned the Chartered t Onder-
x commended for: rezoning June 26 by 'Onlyzoning board member Rick (averly and Kobiata both said they by the zoning board, and the"atmatlerwas"dropped Life ) 'I
r Bradford nlng.Bojt. '
I ,. t tlehomea, r isidered Caverlp'acasespeculative when attorney Brown,:'questioned"them'Botirsaid \ oafter a.I lecal problem developed*saidi'iQagDmevtor' ',, !ono designation ,
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M. frornRSFt single 'zoning-in that Caverly was, uncertain:. there Is nu'backdolaeffort \ ) : I .M. Galn en "S : The'CLU certification' ,'l "'awarded' -f.
'family residential to RSF-MH1 whether .or not he would place 'a by Courtn y. and Koblata said' 'questioned.! \ Mrs. Wood, who cWhot to. persons'' who successfully completi -.
(single family residential and mobile 'mobile home on his property. Commissioners he'd approached Courtmiy about buy liven\ the area, was in Ihe southern Jen-cou'rse '
}.homes were approved by the Zoning pinned down Zoning ing his parcel. part''of the state and did not receivethe program of study' ;
? Direcotoi" L.M. Gaines, who'termed notice of the rezoning request, un- and examinations and 'fulfill rigid
:Board at the request of Guy Caverly Brown pointed (out both single family
an i Michael Kobiata. 'Caverly told Caverly's request speculative. 1 .homes! and mobile homes in the It experience and, ethical require..
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1 IY:: ; Beautification Committee Holds First Meeting ii I..ft.. in past John the 18 Northeast has years.been The Florida serving CLU area designation.his for clients;the ,I ,I Ij


' I Is another; example or his continued
The newly 'formed Highway Other comittee people are Bill Starke. With safety'the most impor modeled after the city of Umatllla \!' education tn-order to provide up to
Beautification Committee had their McRae,. Charlie Schramm, ,Christie' tant factor they; .hope to have the and other cities in Florida where the date. ideas and services In our'
j first meeting 7:30: p.m. July 12 at the Torode. Walt Westcott. Norma Donn DOT'S approval on (their idea. people have decided to make their ci- .'oj ,' changing I business" ever
..Chamber of Commerce. Elected to of' and Marjorie Thomson Chairman,Flynn:will be meetingfleet ,tya more beautiful place to live or "" .
,)Yere,,Reggie, Flynn ChairmanMikejCooney.< has been, named, Ad with DOT in Lake City with landscaping drive through. I hope that you will loin us in extending
.' visor.. c ideas for the median strips which The next meeting of the HBC,is JOHN E. WATSON, CLU ( our congratulations to
'. Floyd Settles, Co-chairman; Beverly The main purpose of the committee will be done with the help of our local scheduled for July 23 at 7:30 p.m. at John.
,i McGee,. Secretary and Debra Con- ,is to beautify the median strips VoTech School and the University ofFlorida the CofC ,
.,;;naughtpn,, Publicity located on US-301 in the City of in Gainesville. This idea is



I ;4.:Owens Illinois Recognized by Defense Pept WEEK1YFEATURESi;


I, -Owens-Illinois ( Southern and Reservists. sions In 'partnership"with regular' i!

, ''Woodlands) in Lake Butler has Support by employers the' 1.4 military forces', Department of ;
'received a I'Defense miUion men and women of the Guard Defense research shows that supportive -- I',.1 nder Bite-8ize' Seafood Salad
Certificate of Appreciation for sup. and Reserve Is critical to the national personnel policies by employers k '
-port of the National Guard and defense. Unless allowed time off for .are'one' of most'critical factors Shrimp Dinner' :SupremeLightCocd'Delicious

Reserve. > : training; Guardsmen and Reservists determining whether a Guardsman or
653rd Engineer Detachment , I ''HE) of Starke presented the award on required by their current role' in the ,In Florida, the State Committee for .
I behalf of the National Committee for American armed forces. Currently 40 Employer Support'of the Guardand .<
t >. Employ Support of the Guard and percent of the nation' forces are in Reserve Is headed by Fred Learey: of .:'' ".

j ',J Reserve.. ?,Owens-Illinois .Southern the'' Guard, and, Reserve,..and ,units, Tampa
/Woodlands) was nominated' for',the from 'the' reserve components, are .,
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I award: by Michael D. Brown; an assigned] critical mobilization,.mis! r SftII'lEApottlo ,
lj 1> employee and a Staff Sergeant In the -."
I Army National Guard.-The award is Truth CHURCH OF GOD t
''"fpart"of" 'a' ,national program torecognize United .ntecostal Church; 422 N. St Clair 964-5443 1,
'/ 'employers.of Guardsmen i iI Walter F. Montz; Paitat:
Nt.,2nd St, lawt y, Florida I ,
/ ; ifr.W_W. Bright.nJ...* We invite, you to worship with us.
--k'Hminpton I Hire, .' \ >
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.:'j t ...... tvMilna Worship.' ASSOfMThurM&yWonfclp Illf4a! ,ltth.al '' .'. .(. '1" 10 Ml A
,: :'cifc' t i Horn Blbl.n'f 4,Mly TtMPMrrM Manila.. .Wsrsp .., ',' .,11 an,
< Certified Inspector ACTS 3M SAtAVATION Evelllnt SlIVa ,-. ...". .'. . .. 0 pili
Coma Wor.h With UtI W.&naw ra ,'. . .1:
.V" City'Attorney Reggie Flynn recommended .. ,extra large serving of delicious bite-size e Shrimp, crabmeat; clami and white'
1'''" to Hampton City Council[that fried shrimp fish with special dressing ,. .Crispy crackers

i "\>"they acquire: a state certified building !. two southern- tyle hush puppies. .''Served on a bed of lettuce Lemon dge '

',inspector struction in,for the inspecting city new',eon-' ; The'' e/entof'/ 'office, 'of Denrr\ark.\ and IM archese takes *.natural-cut french fries Tomato wedges '

"+\ ;ti\Slnce., Hampton baa passed 'an'or- I pleasure/ anjrtQuriclng
Hldinance turning responsibility, of to the practice of'generalc1entistry following er: shortternjllrlessr *' special cocktail sauce v Choke of cj dressings I V. e 0 7 :
regulating"' ita own land use. requiring S f.
tsthecity.to accomodate state inspec- / .. \Ve: thank'all qurpotJenrs for theft concern ..

t turn Presently regulations the city is using' "the'. services ; and understanding. ; during his 6s nce, SUNDAY ALL DAY & WEDNESDAY 4 PM IlL CLOSE I.

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Inspections. The possibility '.of Loll D.DS.: A. '
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taking a correspondence course to John: E. ,Denmark. ,- ,Speci dly breaded countr-style fish f1l1el"-" ,naturakutfr nch fries,fresh f

become state certified was discussed. cote slaw, southem-sryte hush puppies and tartar sauce. $2' 99'
WJttiam Marchm D.M.G. P A.
at the meeting.* ; Offer .e .
Further Into,t the' meeting j Councilman i ', ,Good For Dining Room Service Only. -' ; '" .

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Flynn
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,... .. ''1': '(n other.> ftion.llampton( fcHyCwin! +" : :.TDinner includes 2 golden brown fish fillets, natural-cut french fries, $1.99

'./. cllf.,,, ,' 1'tausN I. fresh cote slaw and 2 hush puppies.
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x ,eru.i _lid u".lthU within the*', ,, ...ILaNNR TIIIIWr .. iMrhd M acts IAaMr at ai, j "' Cap"Iii 'D'. :1 "
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, Starke had no newspaper until The ; ; \ '
Telegraph was founded in 1879 consequently through here in 1857, "This area was a About this time ((1857) George W: Cole of "Here having heard whilst making
: little is known about the community wilderness a vast and unbroken pine ,Fernandina, bought forty acres of land\ camp,rumours of disaster to Col. Harris's !
s"', before during Just after the forest where deer, bear wildcat, ana the "the Original Town of Starke" and laid and all but SO! had been killed or I ', I
. Civil War which startedand in 1861. Only a stealthy panther roamed at will" according out streets and avenues. He was appointed captures we put out a strong picket and i
few documents and old letters smi exist to an article appearing in an 1887 Starke's first postmaster, and according to awn our camp very compact. We sent out'I' I
;, throw light on life here during thoseto issue of The Telegraph "There was not a old letters printed in early Telegraphs, >s the night several scouting parties. :
: troublous times. single house worthy of the name..only a was given the privilege of naming the town One of them visited the residence of Dr.
few little shanties occupied by railroad for his sweetheart a Miss Starke. Others McCrae (probably should be McRae), a'
t Before the'coming of the railroad hands." say it was named in honor of Madison bitter rebel, and gathered his horses and .
r Starke Perry, governor of Florida during d1-- b"S stock. In the morning after, we made him ,:.
, those early years. .Rt a further visit and burned a large amount '
of cotton, 4,000 pounds." ,
N
When the slavery issue threatened' to
i divide the country a few years later, opinion The late Mrs. Rebecca Rosier who lived :
", Opinion and Commentary differed on whether Florida should west of Lawtey told of a bang of Union 't'

.; secede from the Union or not. 1 troops who came through the New,River I '
: area, where she grew up looking for d
Governor Perry; a native of South horses. According to her story, farmers in It'
Carolina' delivered a fighting message to the area received word that the raiders, ,'!

t,: GOP Sees Possible 'Squeaker9 the 1859 Legislature calling for "eternal 1 were coming and hid their horses In., ,
separation from those whose wickedness'and nearby cypress bay. Many years later the
fanaticism forbid us longer to live with J
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v them in and safety." bay .was still known locally asYankee ,:,p
peace Horse Pond. ,

!r, In November Election This difference of opinion also existed I Capt. J.C. (John Charles) Richard, an ''
locally, with the few citizens opposed to ;
:"i early Starke merchant, organized a com ;
: secession, stirring the ire of those who A' \ l pany of volunteers early in the war. He and ;;"
favored breaking and forming the ,
away
three of his brothers fought in the Battle of
,' Vote Margins (in millions) Confederacy.At Olustee near Ocean Pond in Baker County. :
least one instance of local friction is On Feb. 21, 1864 he wrote to his wife from "
:, Landslide ? mentioned in the book "Civil War and +.a Olustee Station:
{
': :''i ; Landslide (Nixon) At1 Reconstruction Days In Florida". It was "Dear,Wife: The enemy came in force "j

.' (Johnson) MS I recorded that Dr. William Hollingsworth yesterday and we met them I1,a miles of,, ,1
million was attacked at night in July 1860 In his ? ,
Ji.t,: ., te '" / this place. Their'force :was much larger
", million Landslide / Bradford County home by "regulators"because than ours but we whipped them, ,;
:'. (Reagan) / of his anti-southern views. badly..The fight lasted about or near four ;i4,

; +' a.51r' Starke was not the scene of any real bat- hours, and night put a stop to our pursuit. \
: million. tle during the war, but after Jacksonville Our loss is about 50 killed, and among,
If '-: @ was occupied by Federal troops in 1864, Bradford'Men FoughtAt them some good officers Wounded about ,
," '\ this area was visited several times by Battle of 300. We have killed and taken about 1,009
'\ \ Union raiding parties who sought to tear Olustee Yankees white and negro..Some of the. "
1 \ Up or burn parts of the new railroad which boys have Yankee overcoats caps ,canteens \
I \ was being used to ship supplies to Con- etc. Some good blankets. Many little' ",'
l. \ federate forces in other states. buildings"and taken this and
1fI!!' said that after burning "all the things paper envelope.
tt, Squeaker Squeaker Squeaker \ According to an early writer for The the superstructure of the railroads among them." ':

i' (Kennedy) (Nixon) (Carter)' 4t Telegraph a Union raiding party following centered at Baldwin the raiding party During the harrowing period of" ',.i i
1 .5 ,11 ? ( the railroad down from Baldwin started marching south along the "Cedar Reconstruction after, the war Bradford :,
'million; W million .e,''million dumped a large amount of turpentine on Key and Gulf" railroad. County had its first black county commissioner '
the ground at a lumber mill near Saxton, appointed to office by the then) J I
1960 1964 1968 1972 1976 1980 1984 between Starke and Lawley. Traces of this "We made our camp at night full 2lt: Republican governor of the state. ,1
resin could still be found in the 1920s. The miles east from Starke at a fork of Sand '
raiders also burned a commissary at Hill lake now called Lowry Lake in the With Confederate money then worthless
Regardless of President Reagan's the party are looking forward. It adds a Starke where food and other supplies Camp Standing Reservation),the east and paper the county was in dire financial 'c!

reputed personal popularity, even the certain vibrancy to a campaign that will were stored for shipment to Confederate west roads running to Slarke The next straits. At one board session, when the'. 'I.,1
Republican National Committee is war be aimed at a 73-year-old President." forces.Activities. morning we' continued our route board was discussing some needed .improvements '
southward by the road running through the that would require financing 9I
.
ning their party leaders of a possible"squeaker'
Sand Hill Lake beautiful the newly-appointed black commissioner, ,
of another raiding party were country, a most I
contest in November. and We offered this, sage advice: ,
described by a Union officer in a teller to interestlng'region encamped.atlIight t !
In spite of early summer political his commanding officer. Written horn at Shake-Rag corner (near present "Mr. Chairman." he said "I moves WP .f t )
north'I of Green Cove Melrose), the junction of the road we had until '
polls that showed Reagan "swamping"his Magnolia, a camp don't spend any more money we get r

Democratic challenger by a 10-to-20 \ Springs, and',dated Sept 4. 1874. the letter I travelled with the Bellamy Road. some. i ...;"" :'+'I 11, t

percent margin, the latest issue of 1R '

"County Line", a GOP publication, r
Notebook '
says: "Come September, new polls County Agent's --- by Bobby Taylor' ;

could well show dramatically different

results with the President's turning -
sweep Poisonous
;
Plants Poison Ivy may have a variety of leaf pea ranee of many other poisonous plants ,
into of sweat. As the. 1984
more a Summer is'a great time to enjoy things shapes. But one identifying ,feature re- Poison Sumac is often found near swamps *
vas
campaign heads into its final days, Mr. ,like hiking and camping. But. before you mains constant the leaves always come in and ranges from five to six feet to as much
Reagan might still be favored to win, go off into beckoning woods you threes, with two of them directly opposite 25-feet in height. The leaves are divided,
but by a margin so narrow as to make tramping yourself with some of each other. White waxy flowers may be into seven to leaflets that grow in pain., ,
the outcome a squeaker." the more common poisonous plants. A lit- found on smaller branches. These ,. A single leaflet is found at the end of each "if
tle preparation could save you days of un- sometimes stay on the plant even after the stem.; In the sp ng the leaves are bright Ifina1ora.nge
"County Line" points to "the '" ;cemtor table !jereSfects. resulting from leaves have tall n.,, oison, Ivycommonly( ,. : andelv, tY In''tJ't la f ul
remarkable: cycle'' '(in 'recent past ...: rY. ',"f"wI'''sr""Ov'"I" contaCt wjU".5uch' ,nIJXious' weeds This ',' grows as & the Sided, '; trees.over.; ',I'.. ,'''I.\mmer' glossy wtui .;.( ./ m\
) of close elections followed ' history by general,./and 'then go into a little detail in open fields Poison Ivy may look like a a paler green. .iJ l
landslides, followed by close elections, An analyst for the New York Times about some of' those most frequently encountered shrub.

which would indicate that 1984 may service said: "Ability to act as a bridge Poison Oak usually has the appearanceof These are our most common poisonous al!
again be the year of the cliffhangersee between the Democratic leadership and Usually we think plants as a low-growing shrub. As the name Implies plants. But there are many more that you q
( chart). species' found only I'llddescribe Actually; ,, the slender, upright branches bear should learn to recognize and avoid. It's,nj
factions has established Mrs. Fer
party leaflets which resemble oak leaves. Poison
they're everywhere. the three especially important to keep young (
"Republican workers from top to bottom raro s reputation as an astute politician most common poisonous plants: Poison Oak also grows in trees, like Poison Ivy. children away from such dangerous ,it ",
must be prepared for what we call during her three terms in Congress. Ivy. Poison Oak and Sumac, and tell you Usually, the undersides of the leaves are species. And.. in case of suspected plant ,d l lWbisoning
'the September &" rprlse', poll results where you might find them. ,lighter in color, .because they're covered regardless of the victim's age, '.,> I

and campaign developments that "As for Mrs. Ferraro's qualifications Now is a good time to be discussing with fine hairs. it's wise to contact a physician immediate '

shrink the President's present comfortable another analyst said: "Geraldine Fer- poisonous plants because the sap of these Poison Sumac grows as a woody shrub,' Iy especially if there are signs of internal ,1
distress shock. .
leafy enemies Is most abundant during the or small tree. It never has the vinelike ap-, .or. "
margin, says the GOP magazine, ,d
And it's
the
summer which
cornpared ; usually sap
the record that
"Historically, suggests ,
causes the problems. Poisonous plants can
Republicans and Democrats will be run- Washington in 1980. Reagan had been be divided into two 'groups: those which' Elderly Taxpayers Pena)]zed By Ta;dng Code ,,: !
ning very close as Election Day ap schooled only in right-wing ,ideology. cause skin irritation and those which

proaches. If history repeats itself, the Ferraro has been schooled in a Congress -; even cause death internal'dlstress<,< and in rare,cases by Sen. Lawton Chiles '.

1984 winner will be within a hair'sbreadth that has fought bitterly over proposed perience with the IRS such as I've descrlb- d
of his'opp nentAs ." control agreements with the Many, factors influence the poisonous About 300,000 retired taxpayers nation ed here. This information should also be ,
arms nature of kind of wide are failing to comply with the federal
a particular plant. The shared with Sen. Robert Dole,chairman of"I J
examples, "County Line" points to Soviet Union, military involvement in poison may be dispersed throughout tax code each year at a cost to them of the Senate Finance Committee, which has .J
the elections of 1960 and 1976. The Lebanon, sending AWACS plans to plant, or it m4y be localized in a specific ,some$40 million an average of $133 each., the proposal under consideration. "Just,

switch of a few votes in Illinois and Saudi Arabia, funds for the MX missile, plant part such as the roots bemes, or This happens because under the provi- wnte us at: U.S. Senate Washington, DC..; *

Texas could have won the White House money for binary nerve gas weapons, seeds. And, the amount of poison in a plant sions of current tax law; it is necessary for' :,I(
plants of the
for Richard Nixon in 1960. In 1976 President and policies toward Cuba, Nicaragua, may vary depending even among on the time of samespecies year, ''people quarterly living estimated on retirement tax return.income;Since to file this a 20510.Letters .' "

Ford would have beaten Jimmy and El Salvador." weather conditions and the soil. Also: is a little-known requirement the first ',;,'. ,fl'.8 ,,

Carter had Republicans' won about mong people,'depending time most learn about it is when they .
heal ", 8 <
on their age, and sensitivity {o the receive a tax bill from the, ,Internal_ ; ',
11,000 more votes in Ohio and around Some commentators feel' that the' J I '", ) I
poison. ? Police -VJ2 1
Revenue Service with-surprise penalty Department .
in Hawaii.If selection of : 1
7,000 more a woman, especially one added. Dismay and distress is the usual Commended '
the landslide-squeaker cycle is from an urban area of the Northeast, reaction.As for : .,,1\1;
Prompt .I
FORESTRY Response j j'j
repeated in 1984, as the Republicans ex will not help and may actually hurt Mr. wage-earners during their working '
pect, then Walter Mondale's selection of Mondale in the South. But to believe ", years,retirees were accustomed to having As a citizen of Starke,, I would like to;, -,

Geraldine Ferraro as his: running mate this, before Mrs ,Ferraro has had a 'IN BRADFORD; COUNTY Income taxes automatically withheld from Starke take this Police opportunity to say a word for.,the ,''. '
Department.
might just tip the scales in favor of the chance to prove herself, is stereotype By n.vM W. Norton their pay Retirement income such as pensions -'
; annuities interest and dividends I've lived in
the South as lagging behind the ,"ad. are Starke off and on for ten
Democratic ticket. Even those who are not subject to withholding, however. years. For the past year and a half I've
uncomfortable with a woman candidate vance guard" of political and social '"q Thus, in addition to filing the annual tax held a Job from 1Ip m. until 8 a.m", serving -* ,
for vice president will have to, admit thinking in the Nation and accuse it of Freeze Damaged TreesThe return by April '15. a retiree must make the public at a local motel, ', TIn '.

that the"three-term Congresswomanhas clinging blindly to traditions of the past. ,severe,. Christmas freeze'caused payment each quarter based estimated! the performance of my Job I've had
much"'more, to bring to the ticket This might still be the case in some widespread damage' to the citrus crop in income. Failing to do so can result in the' several occasions to'call the local police,"?*
the fact she is areas of the South, but hardly in north-central ".Florida. Just recently we i unexpected bill plus penalty. In one known' ,, and they have always responded in a pro,
than just a woman. Florida, ,which with its influx of new have also been, informed that this freeze case 60 cents. due in taxes resulted in a $50 mpt professional and very courteous:'I

Most commentators on last Sunday is of the was the major cause of death and dying' penalty. manner,which.makes me fcef very secure.,
population, now one more '
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morning's political talk shows, Meet the cosmopolitan areas of the country. It live oaks in the Keystone Heights area. But wait! Don't lash out this time at the at my work. _
In areas of Bradford County about IRS cruel and inhumant Officials there' I'd like to them especially
Press;* Face the Nation, Agronsky and has many as thank now?',
already elected a woman to the U.S. the of this destructive freeze insist and would like, when
and David Brinkley's only sign left they are sympathetic ( perhaps the actions of one or two ,8
Company, pro- Senate. is the camphor trees. Many of these larger to waive the penalty for elderly taxpayers people have brought discredit on the whole' .
gram, agreed that Ms. Ferraro had the Ms. Ferraro herself the of trees are trying to bring themselves backto who are blind-sided by the obscure provi-, department, .
necessary ability and qualifications, daughter health by sending out thousands of tiny sion but are blocked by the law from doing ''
an Italian immigrant, says "American branches. of the trees aplX'Dr' That ball in i.L' l1Y believe if our courts (lawyers;
and conceded,that Mondale had, in his Most larger so. puts the Congress' court. judges,, and 'District I office
history is about doors being opened to be big shrubs with large dead brunches ,,Attorney's
neW interest vScnior .
selection, injected some .. The Citizens Tax Improvement would support them (the police)"'with
and hope in what 'seemed to be a slug- doors of opportunity, for everyone, no sticking up out,.of c them.Is Act (s. 22S7 has been Introduced In the speedy; Just, 'and equal dispensation for >
Democratic campaign matter who ,you are, ,, as 'Jongas you're. there anything you can do to help Senate in an effort to deal ,with the problem each case we'd have better and more effective .,' \
: gish willing earn it." these trees? Yes.' but you first need to It would give theIRS specific law enforcement. "' "'
Wall decide 1) is this a job I can handle. 2) can authority to waive penally when officials '
A Street Journal commentator' Judging from her record, Mrs.; Fer I afford to pay a tree surgeon to do it properly t tad there was no intent to evade taxes bi' ,Norma,. .A concerned p tizer.," "t.
said: 'Ms. Ferraro is, a formidable raro is "willing to earn it," ho matter and moat important :3) is this tree a taxpayer actor olden ;Hragg.,Starke. ,

symbol, a strong voice, By'adding her to what task political,. or otherwise, -ton- valuable shading & to ,my property? because. pf As a sponsor of the bill )with Sen...Nancy 'Residents'ThanJt ', ,

the ticket, Walter Mondale may avoid fronts her. Her willingness to work for placement 0 \ KftMtebaum of Kansas, I would like to hear Fire DepartmentFor ," ,

criticism that already was. beginning to what she, gets and the favorable' im- For most people J these camphor trees' from i any Klortdian' whohna' ", .,had an,, "ex- \ Efficient Work .

be heard that 'this fall's,campaign 'pression'she creates might be' just,the 'root were sprout a nuisance and seed u>begin In by with the because hundreds they' .. ., .,-'I', ','.-. We:'the residents avrroundini.staiBuilder' -..' "?
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would be a rerun of the 1980 election. By thing Democrats need to vie- '
,emerge Camphor trees Knowing damaged parts -- Supply, would like to give a blgl "
|f.( putting a 4tt-year-old woman on the torious from that "squeaker" the should be pruned off where the green or No Commodities ,.. ,'. '"Thank.You to all members of our Fin 1
fticket.: he seems to be saying: that he and Republicans expect in November.il live tissue meets the dead brunch. This la Distribution ,Department for the fast,,and efficient man'
I ner in which they hencN ri the fire that con- '
Improper pruning for other. trees not .,
Set for WeekThis 'turned I
Thin the building "
,,freeze, damaafd.v A fertilizer treatmentcan old last went;;
,,. be given M* coming winter for next months distribution of surplus .Jad It not been for their diliiMit efforts,.
: year's growth ;n. you fertilize make lUre. ".commodities: ,will be later than usual ( "t. that the grass ....'| receive all the )'according to the local office of the could have been .......... ,,,.... f o:"
benefits A paJnaWet on proper fertilizing Suwanne* EconomicCouncil.Thcritx .; ., ;;lhiI great of flf I"II.n ttw V"l
A1Al ,a techniques can He obtained by calling the' I will<)iber no i distribution this '" vohan...., none of our homea wm tavcteThanks -
; County t.ore Wr'. office. If you decide to, ''week, but it i* expected the release ,elf. again i l; and God Www J:
k .7 s. :1f 1 do the pruning; when finished your tree 1 data should; bc", received in time.for' ; ; ;' yowl !.r
should rrHcmHfc large shrub with a hiMe .- dwlrtbution next week. 4 ,; &ia".ndD.VW 1. .,.
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I Carol Jean hussell and Jeffrey Powell Marry July 7 Tina Hayes and- Bobby :Epps; :


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and Asi.b- Fussell of Brooker, Given iii marriage by her father, I .I Exchange July 5
Jeffrey Allen Powell,son of Janet the bride wore a traditional wHdinjz 1
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Starke M Powell, were and Edward united In M. Powell of gown made of taffeta, nylon net ana I I I Tina Marie Hayes, daughter of Mr. Miss Angela Epps, sister of the

Saturday July 7, at 0 marriage In chiffon material with lace fitted 4 : )//1i !I I and Mrs. Phillip D. ((ayes of Lawtey, groom. The bride s book, kept by Mrs.
p.m. New
bodice studded with and Harold
River Baptist Church sequins ,i and Bobby Epps, son of Mr. Kenneth "Skeeter" Howard, was
Brooker '
with pearlsl'; off-the-shoulder long puf-- .,, and Mrs. Harold W. Epps of Starke, placed on an antique tea cart in the',
pastor ReY.JllB.Countryman, performing the former cOOrlan sleeves, and, chapel were united in marriage July 5 at 9:30 living room. Arrangements of
I. nuptials. length train with cascading rows of p.m. at the home of the groom on Bes- assorted. flowers were used "
lace. lece made of lace and sent Road in Starke throughout the home. '. '
Tne'altar Was decorated with two pearls secure the three-layer veil Mrs. Michael Johnson of Lake City The bride's cake, cut by Mrs. Ronale j
brass nine-votive cup candelabra trimmed with lace to match the gown. served as matron of honor and Harold Kinsaul, and punch, served by ,
trees with attached baskets of flowers She Carried a peach' and white silk W. Epps served as best man for his Mrs. Ron Denmark were i served \i
consisting of Sonya roses,ferns and. nosegay with long peach ribbons. son.The from the bride's table which was I
white, accents. Seven tall white bride and groom exchanged overlaid with an inserted crocheted .{
candles Were in the background, and A reception was held In the church st d I vows in the foyer facing a mirror linen cloth made by the i groom's,.-'
there were brass unity candle sticks Fellowship Hall where' Mrs Nancy which reflected a candelabra and an grandmother, the late Mrs.*";Lacy .,' {
and kneeling benches.Palms were used Parrish greeted the guests at the door open family bible with Rev. 'Ronnie Silcox. ytyv'Iww&B';
to complete the decorations. Peach and Su Johnson.6f Orlando kept the ;II Kinsaul of Raiford performing After a wedding trip'to \\4. .

bows and greenery. marked. tpefami- 'guest book/Standing in the receiving ; ,,'. nuptials.? couple are at home at 409. North .' '
ly pews.: <, < line were the bride and groom and... .\ Guests were greeted at the door by Orange St., Starke. ';. ... .
I ,their parents. ,; :
Music was provided by Mrs. Anita "
Countryman, pianist, and guitaristand Wedding bells were hung at the entrance ,. ,
door. Palms green plants and .' .' ;
soloist, David Fussell, brother of \
the bride, who sang"There Is Love",. .fern with peach ribbons highlighted
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"Little Sister", and "With This points of interest. The tables were; : ,'t !

Ring''.', the latter two were written by silver covered with whitecJoths and held : o' :: J The Social Side

David especially for the weddina. candles.candelabras Peach napkins with were used.peach 'O'l' l .( .,!

dreg Jackson I was best man. The six-layer wedding cake, baked ..
Grdomsmen were LeVance Gay and and decorated by Mrs. Mary Ann An- Of TheJ
Johnny Sweat. .Ushers were Randy' drews, was decorated with peach Gladys Mooty
Starling and David Fussell. flowers and a'bouquet of rosebuds''on 4 y

Sharon Fussell served as maid 6f top and a bride and groom on a lower, \ Soct.etyEddor", ;:, ,!, Ii ,
honor. Michelle Kimutus and Tammy level. Karen, Kimutus 1 served.the ; Y
Mann were attendants. They were attired 'cake. "' 964-7608 News !
'.alike in,, peach colored gowns Peach colored punch was served by, : ,
made of sheer polyester with acetate Priscilla Welch from,a, silver punchbowl R / &
taffeta lining, ruffled neckline and with tray,accented with fern and

fishtail back which was trimmed with carnations: ,. ., 'i ,
satin ribbon. The full skirt had a Following a wedding trip to Savan- -"""!" f :

flounced hem.'They wore short White nah, Ga. the couple is residing in Spring -'
lace gloves and carried a'silk Sonya Lake, N.C. '
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rose bud bouquet. I : :
The bride and'groom are both Mr.and Mrs.Jeffrey Powell .' y '
Rebekah Welch was flower girl and graduates of Bradford High School. 'd"I' ., ATTENTION. School, will hold their reunion Saturday M
was pressed as. the other attendants work ... night, July 21, at 7 in the '
; She graduated in June 1984; was active Fort Leonard Woods, Mo., Fort Gor- p.m. ,
and carried a basket of rose petals. in track, cross country and road He graduated In June 1983, joined don, Ga. and is now serving at Fort CLASS OF 1979! I 11 I Starke Golf & Country Club.'A D.J. (
Will Dukes was ring-bearer and the US and has and food will be provided.The ''.'
wore races,. enjoys piano and youth church Navy been stationed in .Bragg, i.C. I
class of 1979, Bradford High Seventy-five percent of the class i
has already paid. their dues, so hurry .

I Bobbie ,Sue.. ancj, James O'Brian Visit Exchange, Students in. Germany i ;!r E yours: toypetSherriWaterhous ;:W f,E,,; .

Call St., Starke,, FL 32091. 904-8708 or'. f
Mr. and'Mrs. James O'Brian spent Erdmute Schrodter'. and Ute'' teacher at Ville Gymnasium. Mr. and Lutheran Church, took the group on a cathedrals and monasteries amongthe 964-7763. -. !i
June 23;.through July 7 in West Ger- Kesselman. Mrs. Steve Miller of Keystone, walking tour of the main avenue. He Alps. Don't wait\ ,another IS years!' Your; ",,
many visiting friends inErftstadt and. Mr. and Mrs: O'Brian were the, Heights, Brenda Bawek of Starke, 'pointed out buildings and monumentsof The students of Bradford High promptness in sending in your money "'
sightseeing throughout the country. house guests of Mr. and Mrs: Helmut Sam Williams of New Port Richey historical significance and School will be hosting another ex- will be appreciated. ."..-r1'. .-
As. part of the exchange program ,Chelius. Susanne, their daughter the O'Brians, .Mrs. Wachholz, andseveral answered the group's 'questions on change group from Vie Gymnasiumin '; ,', .
between'Bradford High School and I spent last summer with the O'Brians. German students spent three many different issues. They toured the spring of 1985. .Also,' prepara- '0"' "
Erftstadt's high school; Ville Gymnasium who"she met as a member of the days In Berlin where they toured the the Pergamon Museum before return. tions are being made,to) take a group .Eastern, Star Supper, ".' ,'A" ,'!.'i't':

the O'Brians visited the' original exchange group which. came, city, went to two museums, and met ing to West Berlin. of. BUS students to. Germany next Saturday, July 21 '
school where they toured, the to Starke in 1981. with the mayor of Nuekolln,one of,the During the second week of their :summer. If you are interested in pro ,
facilities, met with the principal, and 'As dinner guests of many families,, burroughs of West Berlin. visit,. Susanne Chelius took' the .viding a home for three weeks to one Starke chapter, No. 224. Order/1't
attended the graduation ceremony. the O'Brians enjoyed a variety of One of the highlights of this excursion O'Brians and Sam Williams, Mrs. of the German students, or'if your the Eastern Star, will have a Covered r'!I"t" J>,
Several students who have lived with delicious German dishes and wines.A was a one-day Visit to East O'Brian's cousin, on a five-day trip to child would like to go with the groupto dish supper Saturday, July 21,, at,7 .
families in Starke graduated: special trip to Berlin was organiz- Berlin. Mrs. Wachholz's cousin, an Bavaria, where they were fascinatedby Germany next summer, contact' p.m. in the Masonic Hall. .- <;; < :r*>{,,, '.
Susanne Chelius, Dorot ';; d''t by, Gisela Wachholz, an EnglishNorthside' East German who is a bishop .in. the the medieval .towns, castles, Mrs. O'Brian at 964-7717. All Masons and their families,are '

invited. to attend. .> < "'r'-,
Susan Faulkner '" ''
Methodist Minister'' '

I Vickie Nicula Party Honoree. Randall Reddish Honored At ReceptionThe Vickie Nicula, .

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T Announce<<: Engagement ,Jay Eaves '
I minister of the First
Miss Vickie 'Nicula: whose'"mar; Baptist Church I rMa i new "
United Methodist Church irt-Starke To Wed Friday Night ;; ,
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riage to Jay Eaves will be an event ot bridal shower ,Monday, 'I Mrt'and Mrs. Paul H. Faulkner an- honored in l. ,,
at reception
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was '
Friday night; was..honored\ ,at Open'Vickie Nicula, bride-to-be nouns' the engagement of. their Hall Sunday following the \ r9T'w 'I : ,I ,''
Hou qI a day1 t, ..-,. '. ., I 'dliUght'et' ;'Susun Maria, to Ra'ddallh.:' Fellowship; .:.,. Friends and relatives are invited to ,("> ->r.attend' r."
i ,ytJo J ;!i& 'Jt f y V "R tdishl'sori.'of-Maxie' ReddislOrvd!\, ;:-"mormngwotshipReverendBallard i.and"Catherlne.f., the-wedding'Pf> Vickie-Nicula. srynl: tJ.'lmchJay .
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E E ar i'r. faves-.on 1I'rday.tJi8bb1'JuIJf y; J, f
fi 1 K>>fl! "' + ? 1 "iVtr'4t ., r'Jq U. Tomlinson, all Wilson were introduced to membersof 20 at 8 : Northside {
Mrs; m1rurJ tt 'Jl Q )( :It dl'1 ,14anJfr.a: ri 's.. .t cl .orsta e. the Leader p.m at BaptistChurch ;';
congregation by Lay
with a reception following in
latter. Waterhouse. fr Miss Faulkner is' attending Santa Harry Green. The members were .. "
the :
:1 church Fellowship Hall. '
Pink carnation corsages with Hostesses were Mrs. L.C. SappAngie l Fe Community College and is greeted at the door by Gainesville ? '
lavenderand pink ribbons were Sapp, Mrs. Perry.Nicula of employed by ERA Tiffin and Owens; District Lay Leader Dr. Richard -. I
presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs.-George! Shuford. Inc. Odom. Gospel Set (
Mrs: Octavian Nicula, Mrs. A.J. Mr..Reddish is attending Santa Fe The food tables in the hall were Sing
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Eaves III, and Mrs. L.C. Early. The --- Community College.Therwedding covered with white lace cloths and For Saturday., July 21' ''.' ;
hostesses: also .gave the -'honoree a Vickie Nicula was given a bridal is planned for Oct. 27 'centered with arrangements of' silk 'I 1 IN tf'' 'i,
barbecue grill as a memento' of the oc- shower on Thursday, July. 12, at the V in the First United Methodist Church, spring flowers. Congregational Pine Hill'Methodist '''
casion: horne of Mrs. Leon Starling with Starker President of United Methodist Church, Brownlee Road; one mile'

The refreshment table was covered' hostesses'Mrs. George Shuford, Mrs. Did You Know.......... Women Mrs A. J. Eaves and Chair past Vo-Tech.wlll host a Gospel Sing : .
with an ecru embroidered cloth and Glen.Starling, and Mrs. Leon StarlinLrs. man of Council on Ministries Mrs. R Saturday, July 21, beginning! 'at 7:30:
centered with a basket of baby's Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeWitt spent S. Mullins presided at the punch '
breath flanked by silver Octavian Nicula';* ''Mrs. A.J.f] the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. G.S. tables. p.m.Local singers are welcome, and :.I i

candleholders with pink tapers j '. Eaves, III, and Mrs.L.q,,,Early were Brown, and picked up their son, Mrs. Richard Odom was in chargeof refreshments will be served. i
Julie and Aimee Ferguson assisted who had three weeks Everyone is cordially, invited to:*at- .
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j,[among the guests, : Susan Faulkner Kerry spent the affair, she was assisted by Mrs. 1
in serving the 75 invited guests. with his grandparents. D. L. Thornton. tend.
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Miss Vickie Nicula,bride-elect,was
honored at a bridal shower Thursday ,
Vickie Nicula and Jay Eaves were
night',' July 5, given by,Mrs Carlton
Faulk,Mrs;Mark Reddish,Mrs.Shad givens a couples pool party 14aatdthe- i
Saturday, July ;
Starling and Mrs: L.M: Norman'Jr'! home of Mrs. Betty Kelly in Lawtey. Voter and Eltcl ,

at the home of the latter table on SR-225.covered Hostesses were Betty.Keljy, Melissa B .
The refreshment was Baldree and,. Zita
Kelly, Tammy .
with a Army/Navy cloth and centered Shuford. ." ,
with a green dish garden. The informal supper was served on.
Among the 25 guests enjoying the i ,
between the hours of 7.30 and : patio at poolSide
affair "
Mr": and
the guests''were
Among
9:30 p.m. were the honoree's and mother mother, Mrs. Octavian Nicula,.Mr, and Mrs. Jim Duncan
Mrs. Octavian .Nicula 'A.J: Eaves Ill. ''Mr: and Mrs. U.C.
and grandmother of the prospective and .
Mr. and Mrs
Early, Perry
groom; Mrs. A.J. Eaves, III anct Mrs. '
Nicula. ft.
L.C. Early. The hosts gave the couple a set of Y
Nicula a'
The hostesses gave Miss place mats with- matching napkins: H
G.EV as a memento of 'For '
oaster-oven
and napkin rings as a memento. of the,
the occasion.. j .,, ,occasion.: ".' .

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!h' Honored. buffet dinner at their home, at Hampton -: Jim Duncan ,has a Bachelor Sclence'Degree, a Master of Physical .1.,; r !+r.
.Sapp
Michelle Lake on July 1. Education and Health p.gr .,'and an Education Specialist D.gr..ln School .. ; "
With,.Bridal'Shower Attending were friends and Administration and ;Supervision from the University of Florida. H. has also '
relatives Including Mr/ and Mrs.: been admitted fo'candidacy for the Doctorate lif Education Administration. .1', ,
MiSs Michelle 'Sapp, whose mar- William L. Jones, Sr. of Perry Ga. Jim' Duncan has teaching experience at,the elementary, secondary, and : '
riage to Ruben Liccaga will be an and Pamela Jones, sister of the lunior'college levels. His experience has been In Bay, Columbia Jackson. 1 W-Y; '
event of Aug. 11. was complimented> 'groom. Also attending were grand- and Bradford Counties. If!!
Thursday night from Jacksonville and
at *"bridalshowe& parents Jim Duncan has been administrator ol federal in Lake City :
an projects j
July 12, given by Mrs' Carolyn I parents of the, bride .from Turkey' "
Taylor, Mrs. Vicky McKinney, Mrs. Creek and guests from. Jacksonville,.; the principal of Lawtey Elementary for five( years, and Is beginning his 7th ". .4,
Patsy. Lawson, Mrs...Lucy Hodges( Gainesville, Alachua and Georgia.. year as principal of Bradford High School. ?I
Lewis Mrs..Vi Starling, The buffet dinner was served on the ". 'I" .' \S
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Mrs.;Cathy Nix and Mrs.Adcle Mitchell lawn and the young guests swam and I. I ,//4t ,
-at the ,home. of the latter. in skiled as part of "the entertainment., Jim Duncan will bring a record of consistent'' leadership In the community, l Mil '" ...... : ,?dt? ;
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Green Acres, his profession; and church activities < '
.Arrangements of silk flowers and Rehearsal Dinner Jim DunCan was a member of the University. Florida Honor Court; Captain ,college as well offering, the opportunity for citizen involvement. and ad-' .1..
greenery highlighted points of interest of the University Baseball team and was selected for the Don Flaming \vise men. on matters affecting the school and the cdmmunlty.
in the"party rooms. for the occasion" Honors Couple Memorial Award as the outstanding captain a varsity sport during his 1 Jim Duncan will seek a cooperative relationship between the' Office of the ,
!: senior year; :.Superintendent and the School Board as well at other elected officials.
I The refreshment table ,in. the Miss' Carol FusseD and Jeffrey 'Jim Duncan'was elected' to represent If counties on the Florida Elementary .,' Jim Duncan is dedicated to the Improvement of, curriculum ''for ,/tall I''

sunroom was and covered centered'with'-e with an gold"linen at'}'< 'Powell dinner at were New honored River Baptist at a rehearsal Church ,Principal Board of Directors. He now represents these Counties as amember .students With a program of countywide adoption ot textbooks, all. subect| j .
cloth
areas, a district-wide committee of administrators teachers and parents, '"
silk of the Florida Secondary School Principals Board of Directors. .
of gold and eartiitone Fellowship Hall on Friday night,July .
rangement
flower arrangement. 6, at 7 p.m. before the couple's wedding Jim Duncan, served as President of the Starke Rotary Club and on the 'to review comprehensive plans for computer literacy' in all school and an' l 1
Corsages were presented to the rehearsal. Finance Committee for all Rotary Clubs In'the .r... '. evaluation of the time'that teacher'* actually have with students 'In the basic f "
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honoree. and her mother; Mrs.! The Hall was decorated withgreen Jim Duncan has served on the Fellowship of Deacons of the First Baptist .,subiecti. ,
Carolyn' Sapp. The hostesses a'set') ;plants, wedding bells and red and Church and has taught an Adult Bible Study!" class for the past ten years. Jim Duncan Is I also. committed to evaluating the' need ,Of'studente'whi! '' 1.
gave Miss Sapp a' Crock;-Pot as *, white tablecloths accented with ivy, : ,have handicapping. conditions ,that require special learning. 'situations,, ,ft
memento of the occasion; The bride and groom and their Commitment to E xcel ence..... .." !.'i
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parents were seated at the head table. jlm; Duncan Is ieemntltted'Mr having Bradford. County. do its.. part to 'bring' ''' ''.. 1w
and. the.wedding party which consisted educational distinction to the State of Florida > Please read my political advertisements In the' coming weeks for sp.clflc'Jim
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i7feMefod.'Couple! ,Honored'W of 39 people, enjoyed a "make Duncan, will work toward Increasing the test score performance; by 'goals of my'administration., ,!| 'will be glad to spah, '.io anyone or'any; group, r-

hnner Party '. your own chef s salad tea.bar rolls. ,;1 which the State/compares districts with one .another Improving the vocational concerning the educational, progranl'of' ,Bradford County and my de.ir..o 0't.t.' ...
crackers: : desserts and offerings to youth and.adults so that Bradford County schools will pre 'fer positive leadership to employees.students. parents,and_ .othec..;,citizens, j r'

!; Mr aZY iMlrs.honored .'H.: Medford 4 nnelly"" Did. Vow Know,..,.).... duce graduates capable el entering the competitive fob market, stressing of our county. 'J;,

VIcki Louise'Jr.! Daughirty.who will and be Mr. and Mrs.."J.T.:Carver spent last .the academic preparation necessary for working at .any,|lob 'r entering, any' f .'Denxicrat, Phone 964.5564 ./';'Pd; 'Pol.'Advertisement ,',
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I Cindy Tetstone and Buzz Alvarez Novelty Crafters. Club Have "Christmas In July! Program \


Mrs. Doris Tuskey hosted the'!'ues- presented with a gift from under a fully demons and Mrs. Maida W amst:
day, July 10, weekly nkeeting of the decorated tree. .
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: Wed June 29 in Outdoor Wedding Novelty Grafters Club at her home on Christmas music was played and Ms. Diann Douglas Economist Bradford Counw

West Pratt Street using a Christmas cookies candies and hut* ty Extension Home was '
"Christmas in July" theme. d'oeuvres were served throughout the an invited guest and briefly explainedthe ,
Miss Cynthia Elizabeth Tetstone. Given In marriage by her brother, Each guest was greeted( at the door afternoon Door prices were awardedto function of the Cooperative Extension -", ,
daughter of Mrs Mildred Tetstone of David Tetstone, the bride wore a light 'I with a Merry Christina and was Mrs. Elvira DeVoe,' Mrs. Ethel Service In the county. >.*\..,'. 1
: Starke and Zenas Tetstone of blue satin floor length dress with lace

:'Ii.. Gainesville,and Leavy Buzz Alvarez, overlay featuring a V-neckline and ,, .".,.'" .
, } nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy tied at the waist with a white satin rib '" "I II

'i' I! Alvarez of Starke,' were united in bon. She carried a blue. and white : I Lawtey News ------.:....;-...; -.;..-----.-.r----------....ri' I
Ii- marriage In a outdoor ceremony at flower bouquet. ", '. ., j' ,
j the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith A reception was also held at the I
Tetstone N. Street on Tetstone home Mrs. Keith Jeanne Lee and her aunt/Coral"' :
:, on Epperson where by Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch of ,
,,' June 29 at 8 p.m. with Rev. James Tetstone greeted the guests at the phone 782-3300 and Titus of Hawthorne, celebrated their; I
Lawtey Kristina
r daughters '' '
Tompkins of Starke performing the door and also kept the bride's book. birthdays last Wednesday with lunch; :; I
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Brantley and Karen Futch were '" -''i' '
Personals... at the Sun Coast Restaurant. '' I
: The bride's
nuptials. table in the dining room
Wednesday dinner of their "' I
j Appropriate background stereo was centered with a two-tiered wed- guests On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.1' ,
Correction Mr. and Mrs.
r w : Ralph parents. Mr and Mrs. Willie Green. "'
Robert Lee attended birthday party;
music was used. ding cake decorated with light blue a ;
Wise visited their son and daughter. Mr.andMrs,Clyde Wainwright and was' ,1'I
i\{ Sammy Alvarez, uncle of the flowers. Flanking the cake were for Mrs. Titus in Hawthorne. She I
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Wise and Van of Lakeland spent the weekend '" '
n groom, was best man. Ushers were crystal candleholders with light blue son, Oilan of Hampton, July 4. with their mother Mrs. Wilma WainWright 80, years young on,Wednesday; &. -" {: :
Tetstone, brother of the bride tapers. A crystal punch bowl was at Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves visited and took their daughter, Kim Heather Wise Celebrates \ 1
t.I and Stevie Alvarez, cousin of the one end of the table. Mrs. Sammy friends in Blountstown, and relatives home with them. ,
(i:.t; groom. Junior Alvarez, son of the Alvarez cut the cake and assisting in in Dothan, Ala. during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. B.L.''Wilkison.Jr. and First Birthday ","
groom and Freddie Sweat, nephew of serving were Mrs. Kenneth Tetstone Friends of Mrs. Charlene Brown family. Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., Mr. Approximately) persons gathered: ,? .
,,j' the bride, were ring-bearers. and Ms. Tammy Raish. LWL )f will be happy to know that she is home and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Mr. and at the home of Mr' and Mrs. Donny''r''' .
Mrs Henry Sweat of Macclenny at The couple is residing on SR 4. and getting along very well after hav Mrs. Billy King and family of Wise of Keystone Heights to celebrate I
tended her sister as matron of honor. The bride is a 1977 graduate of last week in Riverside Jacksonville attended a birthday din- the first birthday of their daughter,;
'. She street length blue dress Hospital ''little Heather' Wise. she have
a
wore
; Bradford High School and is presently ,Jacksonville. ner for Roger Edwards at the Ryan May
(/;. ; and carried a blue and white silk employed by Sunland Training Center Mr.and Mrs. Buzz Alvarez Deepest sympathy is extended to Steak House in Jacksonville on Sun- many more birthdays..and live'a/ hap. .
flower bouquet. in Gainesville. the Jim Bowman family because of day afternoon. 'py life. ,
Cindy Sweat of Macclenny, niece of Sr his sudden death last ",
i The groom is a construction we. Monday night Friends of Ray Rosier regret to "
Wt 1 the bride, was flower girl. in Jacksonville. Our prayers and thoughts are with learn that he is seriously ill at this
f" I nIIN II\ them. time In North ,Florida Regional Cpl. Randolph Blankenship i
!'I. / A.J Miss Arthurine Blan Ether was a Hospital Gainesville; 'Our prayersare Promoted Rank
of ru,. 'tV"" .W I"WI luncheon guest of Miss Masonof with him.Friends .
I'k:' ;; I Items Interest-------------. Nichol Wetzel Jacksonville last Tuesday. Miss of Jerry Teston regret to Marine Cpl. Randolph R. Blanken-
k' Jennifer Mason has just returned from a three learn that he was injured in an ship, son of Gerald and Murley
Leah Gail Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Wetzel are weeks tour to Japan China and Hong automobile wreck and is In Room 455 Blankenship of Starke, has been promoted !
."I! Sue Ann McMullen, William SandbachTo announcing the birth of a daughter: Kong. In Alacbua General Hospital to his present rank while sere I
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Lavern Outlaw Jr. Jennifer Nichol, born July 9 I in Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her Gainesville. Our prayers are with lag with the 2nd Marine Division
itl i Wed Aug. 18 Alachua General Hospital. She joins a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Bach, visited him. Camp Lejeune, N.C v,at"I I
Plan Sept. 1 Wedding brother, Timmy, age 3. Mrs. Maines Griffis and children and
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Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Aultman Coburnof Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Palatka '

k Saturday, Sept. 1, is the date Albany, Ga. announce the engage- Mrs.John F.Wetzel.Maternal grandparents from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. 'WEiGHT t
f't selected by Miss Sue Ann McMullen, ment of their daughter, Leah Gail are Betty Beaudvey and Mains Griffis and children came GUARANTEED LOSS' '

r' t; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Coburn of Augusta, to William Andrew Jerry McCollum, all of Pensacola. home with them. Heard about the newest discovery In the war agaInst fat? It is I .,: .
i.. McMullen of Winter Haven, for her Sandbach of Augusta, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thompson and "' '
ir{y marriage Lavern Harrison Outlaw and Mrs. David Franklin Sandbach/ of Phillip James KnightMr. sons, John, Steve, and Ryan, of Indiana absolutely amazing. Believe H or not this great new discovery!, .
r: Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavern H! Valdosta. visited their parents Mr. and allows you to eat any kind of food you like and still lose all the "' :

Outlaw, Sr. of Starke. The wedding is set for 4:30: p.ir and Mrs. James C. Knight,Ji. Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake Worth want! It's called EC DIET PLAN'or "KONJAf "
The wedding will take place In August 18 at St. Paul's Episcopal of Jacksonville announce the birth qf recently and on the way to their new pounds you
, Beymer Methodist Church, Winter Church in Albany, Ga. a son, Phillip James,born July 11. He home in Indiana,they spent Thursday Mannan and here's how works:All you do is take 2 capsuleswith

Haven, at 11 a.m. The groom-to-be is the grandson of joins a sister, Ashley, 17 months old night with their grandparents, 'Mr. water about thirty minutes before each meal This gives r"t, ,:.,]
; Miss McMullen attended the the late Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Sandbach and brother, Austin, 6 years old. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. the natural feeling of fullness without even picking up your' '
University of Florida where she of St. Augustine and the late Dr. and Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Friends of Earl Prevatt regret to you
.received her B.A. in Special Educa Mrs. Erie L. Biggs of Starke. Mrs. James C. Knight, Sr. of Lawteyand learn that he is pneumonia patient fork.Imagine how you'd look carving:7*off your hips .up ." .

tion. She taught at Fruitland Park in great grandmother is Mrs, in North Florida Regional Hospital, to 4* off yoga"thigha. .up to 5' off your buttock and up <
Lake Alfred and Magnolia School in Jacksonville.. Gainesville, Our prayers are with .
I Nelma KeenCelebrates Charles Moneyhan to 7" off your waist. No more need to suffer exercise feel,
Orlando. ,
;" Mr. Outlaw 'graduated from the 80th Mrs.Maternal Bob grandparents Henry of Jacksonville.are Capt. and him.Mr.. and Mrs.. Bernard Rosier of deprived or guilty while you lose.EC DIET PLAN is 100%safe ,'"

br; I I University of Florida with a B.S. in Live Oak and their daughter,Doris, of and,contains no drugs. It was first checked out by members of JU
Animal Science. He is manager of Mrs. Nelma Keen celebrated her Arkansas, and two granddaughters, MEDICAL ASSOCIATION). EC DIET .' .'i
JMA JAPANESE
i Hall Ranch in Punta Gorda. 80th birthday on Friday, July 13, witha visited their aunt, Mrs. Rossie Red- the ( : ,
small party given by her daughters, Did You KnowJeanette dish on Friday afternoon.Mrs. 'PLAN.is so effective;it is actually being sold with an Iron" clad j": ('' ;. "

: Heather Wise Carolyn Keen and Patricia McConnell Genelle Underwood of Green unconditional money back, guarantee. rMITCHELL'S ,.'1 "
at their home at Kingsley Lake. Hamilton and-Lou Wainwright Cove Springs spent Wednesday with It'':' ,
Celebrates First Birthday Friends dropped by during the last week in Grundy, Va.- her mother, Mrs. Earl Prevatt. ., ,, 't ;

\:'J I: afternoon to offer birthday greetingsand visiting spent friends and relatives and also Henry Hodges and his daughter, DRUG ,
Heather Wise, daughter of Mr.: and received refreshments. visited the P.T.L. Club in Charlotte, Sarah, went to Nashville. Tenn., to kP.'a.
i Mrs. Donny Wise of Theressa, the stock car races Friday night and
r celebrated her first birthday Sunday, they expect to return on Sunday night.
N.C.Mr. Starke
July 15. Musical July 20 Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling wentto 127 E. Call Street -
and Mrs. Bob and "
To the Ralph At New Bethel ChurchThe Grapentine Wildwood on business Friday and .J 1 '.
begin party, Papa ". \
children of Dharan, Saudi Arabia, I .' I< '
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Wise because it is Saturday
gave special prayer Mrs. Marian Conner of Orlando, Mrs.
God's will that little Miss Heather is Jacksonville and Gainesville \ ,
Vivian of Merritt Island and
Harley ---' ----
;, with The us table today was due covered to her heart with a defect.white' Components Choir along with of The the Florida J.L. Littman Mass; Mrs. Barney McRae,Jr.of Lake City ;: d' :, ",: ,J ) : ': :..:: \;.. .y i : ;,:;:.- ;'<..Vs'v'.!\:\Pp M'1'li '(',;!>

sheet accented with clowns. Centeredon Fellowship Choir and The Expres- were Saturday guests of Barney .. ,, ,. ," ,. ','l',,' ." .. 'd '' ." 1 ': ,f d.i ,i j.' Yltl; I
1 the.table was a clown cake, made sions'of Joy will render services'on :[worth McRae and"t Mr and Mrs Cary Naz- ". ,}, I \ ,.. .. ., r .f', {.lsinilrairt. ;y. ; 'c("? .

It,I, |by her'mother,party hats,plates and Frida 'night July 20, at"the"New;[ ) fridge"Club'!1.o 't Manr'I', \ '3"1/11 J;!dloll "I1-\lfnll\ I lalr'cJt, 10 ql'Jd 11U linN ,IHit"'IiJt(}'I uiidot'' a'''

I ) I napkins' to match. 'Fruit punch 'and""B Bethel Baptist Church..Star\ /;.Revt;! |10 Dup/icate"first Mr. and resulta.JiW'Mrsack': 't I r' ,j ,j ,; .,11 M,171'1,. dlyunfl. ."aalgai'y'' :,. 1 I,
orange drink were served with cake A( .-I. Simmons, pastor. were: ,' <
and ice cream.Approximately. Guest speaker will be Earl Mason, Burnett; second, Ida Shaw and N"f.(
45 guests enjoyedthe vice-president of The Florida Mass Evelyn Griffin; tied for third, Jack "
party hours. Miss Heather was Choir of Tampa. Riddle and Lucile Green. and Mike : :,' '1'.
given a rocking chair from Mom and Service will begin at 8 p.m. at New and Mabel Faikel.! 'I.J. ." ,. 1

t Dad, and received many beautiful Bethel, located corner of Florida and Mr and Mrs. R.O. Dansby returned ,
r r dresses and play toys from the guests. Keller Streets in Starke. last Friday after a weeks visit with ". ; 1
( I Attending the party were Heather's relatives in Ozark, Montgomery and ,J' :

great grandmothers, Mrs. Purvis Prattville, Ala., and also visited Mr.
y: Brown and Mrs. Millie Starling. Did You KnowMrs. and Mrs. P.T. Nolin in DeFuniak Springs. : HEARING ON PROPOSED .
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Grandparents were Mr. and Mrs. : .
\ Ralph Wise of Lawtey and Mr. and .. *.'.. ,
Mr. and Mrs, Mark Trimpey and
Mrs. Robert Beam of Jacksonville. Patsy Godber of Orlando, Mr. of the weekend with .....j, <.'
son Tampa spent
and Mrs. Ron Lemon and daughter of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. :
Orlando, Mrs. Marie Allbright of Haas. : USE OF REVENUE, SHARING'l

: egNVLGs' 'N't Lakeland and Mrs. Sarah Casey of :
Auburndale were weekend guests of 1 '.',1',
Caitlin McLendon returned home 16 :
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Jr.
Casey, Blowing Rock. N.C. Saturday after
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Youth Night Friday ,'
: five-weeks visit with her' grandparents I"r.. .
Keith and Tetstone have moved ,
I Joy ,. Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLen- 'Jr
At Victory Baptist
& from N. Epperson Street to W. don

: Mimosa Drive. Bradford Board of Commissialerswvill'hold' r :
The County County
r Victory Baptist Church Youth Night : II
,,,+ will be held Friday, July 20. Carol Pittard of Ocala was weekend r .' '
This meeting is for ages 12 through guest of Cana Schmidt. .a public hearing at the Bradford .County'Cour: ,'
w. leaders Lewis ;
17. Youth are Cooper
:', and John Tilley. Millie Haynes, Lou Struth, Virginia thouse, 925 North Temple Avenue on Thursday, ,July,, '26, I
rr'' All youth are invited to attend this
Darby and Maggie Miller spent Sunday -
a I time of fun and fellowship. The public to Wednesday of last week at 1984 at 8:00 p.m. for '.the purpose of obtaining 'written ,.and.i I
is also invited to attend Sunday morn- Hors, Shoe. t"2v
;, ', ing and evening services and Wednesday oral comment from the public on the proposed uses of :
9 f ; evening services. Bob Cooper Mrs. Anita Green Wilcox of Fernan-

: r': pastor. dina Beach received her AS degree in We've cut1i1Surance\ Federal Revenue Funds ;
I nursing on July 12 from Florida Sharing in the, upcoming budget _,
; 'j4 i! Dedan Baptist Church Junior College. Her parents, Mr. and rates .- I
Mrs. Herbert Green and her brother, for Fiscal Year 1984-85. i
Bible School I
.ii: Vacation Herbie Green, and Miss April Rooney for mature

;:'1:t'_ July 23 July 27 attended Parkwood a Baptist pinning Church ceremony in Jacksonville held at- drivers. All interested citizens' groups' senior citizens and y I

Dedan Baptist Church will have 'organizations are encouraged to attend the hearing. Persons -
t i Vacation Bible School July 23 through 'We believe mature

:+, .1 July 27.. Classes are from 3 years Michele McNeely of Lakeland is drivers deserve lower attending the Bearing shall have the right to provide
several weeks with /her :
h,,, through adult, from 7 to 9 p.m., Mon- spending rates on auto insur ,
day through Friday. A bus rode has grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ance.And so does The and oral comments and
"Written suggestions "regarding
been set up and $ .anyone needs a. Thomas. Hartford.,That's be- I

ride, please call 4851127. uses revenue > : ..,,).<< .,*; ,; *, : '
cause drivers over funds. "
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:II and workers. Everyone is welcome. 82nd birthday at their home on Clark The Hartford wants to 'f tseA'L' n I. :' "'. ." .! ,,," ', -.3" ;Io': "',I'l" ,", '?

Street. reward safer,mature i* m.i. '" n ." ii,fek t;*,l""tdr'\ '" "I,' '" ., i", ':"' ",'.,".4;',"'t' I, ,, I. ,, < ; ,,1 j'r .:i iM ,"".,;
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three'' auto insurance -, ., ,- ,isil d.'I I \, :. < ,* 'H'i\t.
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( her Mrs. discounts.If ,\ < II"t ,",, t Ly" 'y11.94dtC, +hi,,,',.II. Ni,/.r,, '; I" ; (' d 'J: "<"" ""I "' '
visiting mother Hazel Guy, t 1"I
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this week. over and have a good 1 .
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.j special guest speaker at Pine Mrs. C.R. Scoggins and Mrs. Linda a decision on', i f'1\ : (l' 1',Amount'.of :Revenue expected'for4l984-8'5f! ") ai. '.I' _/ ,.,*'thy$221.037.00'( :
\ \j.y i Level Baptist Church Sunday,July 22: Patrick and son visited Mr. and Mrs. auto insurance with- < "." ',1 \ : <" )b Y@V'117' : '' >i'n.Jftry{ .'q't"{ >
1 ',: Rev.Kingston will be preaching in the Mike Sistrunk and in ,,' j ,,; '"
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:L I:..: end his wife are wonderful singers, !- N" !( :; f ;" ::: .5..P..r. .}: T.;; ,t :
and will be tt h '-n; ''\/.11'; '" 't ltgi'u ,,'ar'v' ,fitivl't.4"/ ? .]'' # """ dlr,,'', i
providing the special 1 : : 1'; fe "'I' 1'" 3\
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;After pastoring for over 20 years, Angela ,Carolyn t ''a' ,? 's.' : '" M : jlFJ',4) '.'of''bu' p'; ; ,n ""r.j'. (!!r qjJ '\ p1r \ +f1' '
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evangelism, and has been preaching Chiropractic: Seminar at Resort the Sad 1 /I 4. '.,..... ",,,, wy'i;! d, v-" ,,1"x,, ,.'i l' ,yL 1 !P4' \, lil, a." :,, > )#, a.tfl ,i'' l 71 'i' Nfrr; f
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V.: .Pine Level Baptist Church Is spent last week in New Orleans ,., t'1 t ,,,, countiltt, tia !!
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Still in the r, .," ,!IIi'> i
Running This is the Starke American League
ft-- ,, ". ,.., All-Stars. They are from left-to-rieht.
l i :'. a front row: Lance Wiggins, Donnie
I.I' The Bradford National League Dixie scored only one other run, allowing to Francis, Jeffery Smith, Devin
") Youth All-Star team was still in the Middleburg team to edge in front ldtt Jackson David Elder, Chris Noegel
J",. running at press time in the district 16-12 by the end of the game. I and Wayne Patrick.
showdown in Starke. N i. Second row: Coach Edwardwere
Leading hitters for the Starke team t 1 1 6 Abridge, Reggie Sheffield, Coach
Lance Wiggins 2-of-5, Chris Simmons 3. + t 1
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Lonnie Zurfluh, Chris Simmons, Alan
I', .' Starke's American All-Star team 2-of-3- with a dome run,Wendell 1 p' ,{ ,K Jenkins, Bo Hersey, James Long,
was eliminated from the tournament t
Hudson 2-of-5 with the Ir Wendell Hudson and Coach Dwight
after two loses, one to Middleburg grand slam homer. Elder.
:i Monday night and then to Lake City ..
National Tuesday night.
'H 1 The Bradford National team, made
i up of Lawtey and Brooker players -
; that were In the Starke City League "
lost in the first round to Lake City
American. In the second round, in the ,
looser's bracket the National team + s Y, t r Q't'r'

'., Stars.rolled 9-1 over Keystone Heights All- ,

The Bradford National team was
dubbed to take on Lake City Nationalin
the final round of the loser's .
bracket Wednesday night. Results of
that game will be in the next issue of
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James McNeal hit two back-to-back
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the 9-1 victory over Keystone. Necdnes!
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Bradford 002 230 7r
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v Lake City American rolled in five
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three in the second, putting them just / .%
out of the reach of the Bradford National .

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,.'<. third and fourth innings then another
three in the fifth, just shy of tying the .LL
Lake City team by one point. ,
Bradford leading hitters were
Wayne Prevatt 2-of-4, Terry Berry
j 2-of-4, Tommy Hamilton 2-of-4, Vince Nctannes !
C[ Robinson with a triple, Kelly Dyal
and Johnny Prescott 1-of-3. 1

Winners of this tournament will
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ahead Lake City team in the second .

b'-. round Lance of Wiggins the tournament.hit,a lone home run + lti.: 1VJ "400JJ'"ITI".=.Q'. "" Apple CA.UFORNfA;, ''" ;
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substantial lead early in the game. ASSORTED FLAVORS _
Singles from Bo Hersey, Donnie
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C\ A grand slam homer by David SMALL 64 CT 5''
Elder along with three other runs In MEDIUM 48 CT.bR and '

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'( 4 Head Bradford High football dye COM? 1.39. Welch'sQrap* .Juterauaz'' .89'' .......WIn:'., 3.00BREYEITS
rr: Coach David Hurse is urging all BHS '
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After taking second place In the M b-c rittld fumpHI- To Have "''I:;Ij'.
i /'.lion MortttHldr Baptist IH brad totlUtrlvi foniH-Uloii. in
Lake City this wrekrnd. .
Jackson Prevail wait the leading hitter (INT the tram / 1 :;' :j:
with a .400 balling uveragr. "I"

12.learns will be comprliiig al the itlHtricl wmprtilitm. 'M Defensive <".. ':)"'\. ,

Members of the NorthsliU- H.i|>llHt team uri from "" 1'
\, Irrt-UHTlghl, front row: Halboy.JrH, fhllly. Buddy ', .. 'j : :;

... Revels'.:,, llobrrt 1-111':1':; Mark Mallwx and Jimmy {", 1.i" :""lix:1:
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Crosby will be playing at the defen ; ;'"
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rI season. "He should be much Improved ': .,":
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Hurst.Crosby.Vll and 10 pounds will ,,,." ,
also be a reserve defensive end. .. r',;!,
A roster of five will backing up -<
the defensive tackle position. Ron '! ,.',,)
Brown, Robbie Boone 5 9.. 190;' Rusty .'.;..-'Ws,
Sullivan 6'0 135; Tommy Parker 1 :
5'10 205; and Chris Doughtery 5''', .<,'
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the upcoming season at defensive' .:. ,
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going"to. Juniors Erin Mathews and Clinton ';::'
will be on reserve at the rover back 1"
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'Luv ourNectarines 170 pounds. :
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linebacker position are Keith ,Gill- .<
!, Ingham. 160 pounds, Danny Manning ';.'1i
+ 170; i Chris Cribbs \30, and Greg r,.. ,

J Luscious ripe, Juicy nectarines...nurtured by Mother Nature to the very Jackson 165 pounds..., ". "
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stop to your Pantry Pride.The only nectarines that are. fresher. are still on IJ V/ a. Jones and John David Francis!

'the,trees. There will also be rotation at the ".,
corner back spot.Gerald Brown.BillY" I.+
LARGE Jackson and Jeffery McClellan area II '
dubbed to see action. Brown started f,
CALIFORNIA last season 'and will also play rover .. I
back. "He is a fine athlete,:' said '. I IHurse

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Nectarines Andy Ncuyen. Tony Diggs Wesley \ ,'. ''I
Johnson Brett Russell Jess McSwain
SWEET AND JUICY I and Wesley Thomas. "Brown. .
i Jackson. Mcuyen and Diggs have the .
(PICK YOUR OWN) inside truck on experience," added '

ALL PRICES& COUPONS Hurae. '
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19 THRU WEDNESDAY, ,IULS( 25. 1984. 9th Grade Gridders .

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PI..I'tIlhar. I inh'IMIIII pUiymi(lie ,
/,1Y !', Largeteaches ,1-. AIRY & Ninth urutii-lootliall,wiuutl lung mi ,: ..\
TENDER TASTY HICKORY LI opportunity! togot in mum-\ ,- ext,\';I ; 'I
I"'l.t Ice Ilnl'i ": ,
Smoked 6' 9' .. PANTRY PRIDE PURE Monday! and Wctlimtday tfYvningKK ,;,:,, '
Ninl It (:radr MHl l'onlch Jimiuy. .. ,
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.f.1"""::1.;. "I p "". ',ftt.JII." '," "'., .) .S Round Steak. UB GAL lf npniin. pniftic't1 In'gins 11AUJUMI. \ .: .
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: ,1, CALIFORNIA Sour Cream. c u. 1.59
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usDA TOP sct
J Jumbo Boneless Rump Roast .L52.69 I : .89 Farm Credit Gears + :
For the Future
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Ground Round . .'sJ.*& u1.99j Vega Oil Spread : .99 One'of the most beneficial changes h
Honeydews poll SAUSAGE SAUSAGE PATTIE PANnIY PAlDI'SUCEt/ in the history of Farm Credit in the ,;;,!
I OR SAUSAGE a BISCUIT AMERICAN SINGLES third 'district is underway. This 4 "
I Tennessee Pride Sausage Ii: 1.79 Cheese Food.
ASSORTED VARIETV Ma nT ER" PACKAGE Credit Associations and
Breaded MeatFR Patties : %S .99] | KRAFT MtU OR MEDIUM' Federal Land Bank Associations to; '
249 Cheddar. Cheese .2.29 1 serve identical areas. r,-.,
FAMIL/IIIZEPACIAGI! this .
To' accomplish realignment.
Market I Style Sliced Bacon u.1.391 Gwaltney's North Florida PCA. Northeast PCA
and Mid-Florida PCA have merged to '

Town Roll Sausage .. RD f .99] Great Dos form North Florida Production.Credit
Association. .
SQUARE CUT CHICKEN TURKEY OR CHMe
FLORIDALargeMangos r
North Florida' Federal Land Bank
New Zealand Lamb Saaouadei&.99USDA
Association, formerly FLBA of, ,
GRADE A FRESH FRYER, Gainesville will maintain its same
.. 99 North Florida PCA and "
LB territory. Jj'
Thighs orDrumsticks .. PKG. North Florida FBLA will operate ..;.
8. 9. jointly as North Florida Farm Credit ":
I REa OR SMOKED Service in eighteen counties. These '
&LB AVQ..f'KG MR TURKEY 8UCEOTurkey counties are Alachua. Bradford. ...
89 IE OOMTMENTAL Breast :::: 1.49 Gilchrist Dixie. Levy Marion. '
TEMOCKTASTY MOIVIOUAU.V WHAPPEO ..SLICES OSCAR MAYER I OOOKEQ Union Suwannee, Hamilton, .1
SflicedCalfUver.JLtC t ., :2002 PKa 2.39 SlIced Ham 1.59| Lafayette. Columbia Putnam "
EA. aoz: I'KG.fIR02EN | MEAT OR BEEF JUMBO Flaaler. St. Johnti. Clay. Duval, ,
Brand Sandwich Steaks .99 Lykes Franks ".-l1,89o Nassau and Baker. -:'",
| SUNNY\.AHD SLICED Jerry Thomas President of North
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Green Cokes or 1!!;!-ouiider WRAPPED' .FiSh Fifes ,..' ", . .L.1.99J | LB Meat PKOMEAT Bologna OR BEEF ION.....!. 1.19 'The Florida merger Farm of Credit these PCA's Service will said.certainly .:.:,',,

1.791 give us a much stronger financial ;.,
Ball Park Franks. .. ,
base from which to operate. Our .
Bell <
Y Peppers >IN< STORE PCA's net worth will be in excess of
% AT AKERY $24 million and we will be serving "
\ Dell/Bakery ES B 'excess of 1-KK( member with loan of ?$:'"
over $11$ million. The FLBA in this ,
same area has over 3300 members 'oi.
/ 5/l 80Z PANTRY PRIDE with a loan volume of over $241 "
z 'Italian0 ; <= King' Size million. These figures represent
r 2169 significant number of the' farmers "

Bread, Bread and the agricultural money loaned In :' ;
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JVMdd .;
u--s--'Buns'; .... '. .O 'FOA ,.88 ;2KZ! LOAVES, "The' expertise of well trainedemployees ;.
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',==' ': ; utilized 'communications improved ;- : .

,.ngl.t. oc1a cue. $ ....>\, 1 : 3/l and structuring also allow loans.more In the flexibility future. The in

''s LAYEA. future l IH what this realignment II all : '..'.
Chocolate, Cream "Cake. . 2.99c&MfMm 13OZ FANTRT PRIDE about.We must be able to provide the
'f : B-B-Q Bread. 211.19 financial assistance needed by the
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the food and fiber needed
; Bread 211.09 producing
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AL4!WHITE' McAT'.1, '' French by all ot IM. We think these mergers\ .

: Turkeyo3.'. .. ':'\'<4'-;.' \'.. ,;. .14..9 1s Party PAK Flake Roll 59* and stop the financial ability organization lo operate a*is a a one-big! ... :

.,Unoo-LAwa MALT WFAHCtoverteafRoM step in that direction."Thomas mid. ....,.
Cheese 1-49 . 59-
American *: La North Florida Federal Lund Bank
I" Association has a five member board
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< 'WInlllCAUOI'ID I'OTA-rot'IIa 1.SUI A Rte :. .'1,29 of directors.They are Allen B.Tyr<<.
Wnn r
.Cube"' ,., ., )0 +.f> chairman of Hamilton County

.... ., James'A. Acre, 'vice-chairman of .:;
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,. d \ i Of. F'B" 10' OFF ',. .) SAVf.5; CA.6i.. ... 25; OFF "gji.HALLARD '..'\V" n ( MHi ''ima. I Alachua (' County Richard Barber ;';''::1'
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,', BisccurreMKwuwonmirnm ., COFFEE' TEA BAOS.e, OR JIIII'. DEW f f'Offit, of directors; 'They ant T .Rklwrd ," .
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I' I 1 1 ,FALY8HS. !. Barber 'JrU. : chairman of ..
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,n'.'"'j, ', 1984. and file the' d..crlbed. property .as rj( ..7t' :Ztc.h91/191 ,- ..;'. : 'l5bi1l" ,, CndCl1arsin''OI.cetSe32t'riendlyofficesinFiorida'' lJa,1 f\: ;* (i.:. ; .. '. ",I
t I' '" original with the clerk of, ..1. forth ;'ln,, said Final 55 5 5Judg.mentto I '" .J.J.' : : : : : r'' '
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on'petitioner or The NW'/i of SE'/V. and IN 'THE J pi' S. '1' k ; '
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otherwise a (judgement Township 6 South, Rang JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,'' 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT call, for, sealed bid' on "," secpnds W..t,239.70' '; 'NOTICE OF SALE', Chapter I63 of .the .
.will b. entered for th. IN AND FOR tit. A FLORIDA th '101. of' a certain "' BY CLERK > ''
21 East, Bradford County : /OF feet to o set Iron pipe! ;! : :FlorldoStetute.Jl'' "' ?
', relief demanded, In the Florida. '" BRADFORD' COUNTY. 'II' .' A<( IN AND FOR parcel of land described. .. thence. South 43 degree. t. *
.,. WITNESS my hand and July, 1934, S :: S, M1 CIVIL ACTION '"". CASE NO. 84.329 A parcel I of (land con* ,seconds VVesf, 30,71"et," .' 'T 6lVEN purfwant >ci, On ..payer and other:' Inc J,
th.'".01 of this Court on, Clerk of Circuit Court, ,: CASE NO. 8 -321 CIVIL ACTION talnlng'I.70ocr..Imor.' too set Iron pipes' thence-. '10rd.rkA."cfirg th. ,!rested personf'.V */
NOTICE June 25, 1984. By: BaulahMoody,, : or less and lying .Irt th.INRErTh.Marrlog.bf South 18, ''des ' OF INTENTION/ :, GILBERT: s. BROWN Deputy Clrkj IN. RE:,The Marriage of NE'/4 'of NE'of Section minutes and IS seconds ,Forecloiure entered ;'m. ,; _.ond each" f
TO REGISTER : :, clerk<<; of th*Court" Attorney for Plaintiff; "RICHARD', w. MURRAY!; "TOM J.VEREEN.: 32. Township 6 South, East. 464.24 feet to. the this coie.'doted''July 9th, herebyond herewith .

FICTlriQUSNAME.VPufiua'nt", 1 "By:,Marlon McRa L. Joseph Hoffman .' 'JR.\\ S", u.band., Rang. 22 East.'in the City Point of Beginning.. 1984?" that I 'IW..lf to*, given notke m'/accor- j,
: ,' ; S'D.putyCI.rk. ,Suit 202 \ "u.bondI"' and It It fc'4: ; af! ,.Starke Bradford Said sealed bids to'b.' i\the highest old besf bidd done: with : Florida >

.tet Section' ,' /284tchg7/19} 1541 Sunset Drive :and \ rftTltliV"'t l \ ,* PATTY ANN VEREEN. County; ,'Florida; said filed with the City Clerk' ;for1 cash.; >; n Jh. Fl stFloor1 {Statute that' Jh*. ,CHy "
I 865.09'Florida' Statutes,"'' Miami, FL 33143,' CHERYL A. MURRAYi5tfp, ; .; ( ;,,!1 nollro is herebygiv.n i .....a... 7/12. 2tchg 7/19, Wif.. ', .. described ,os. August ?, '1984', ford County 'Courthouse Will ,tonduct a;:public '
that th*' undorslgnod.J.A. IN THE CIRCUIT, ., ,' ? ''NOTICE :NOTICE OF SUIT follows: Sold sealed bids will' be 'in Stark. Florldq;;aMI .hearing '00 regular :,f

MOSS;, CR-I8, and"" : COURT EIGHTH, ......... . OF. ACTION, ,).NO PROPERTY' Commence at a found''' opened by the City Com 'a.m.. 'on-the '3rd day of 'meeting held at 7:30
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Division! Street Hamp. > JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. monument missionin, ; "a publIc August; 1984the followIng .
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:, :N;; \\\I"\ 1 Y.c" P.M. In the Town Hal) of
ton' Jr ,.32044'/)1.| ''? 'l '' IN AND FOR ADVERTISEMENT. TO: CHERYL A. MUR, .TO:', Potty Ann 'v.reen... located at the Southeast meeting ',,at 730 P.M. ,described,' property ''r* It.,,. florid, on
own.rt ,doing 'business. ? BRADFORD CCHJNTY r: RAY e/a Mr. and Mr*. e/o Drj, Edward Rogr corner of said NEW of August TK 1984. :a; set forth Irv' Ih* Final' Tuesday. August ,13.
under'' the firm name,, of 1 I .r'' >. FLORIDA Pursuant to* Chapter Gerald Johnson Rout ,Thoma.yllle. Hwy.:; ;'NEV4. and run: North 0 The 'City'4onmis.Ionof ; Judgement; to-wlt;' 1984! to consider amen'
.. GASOLINE ALLIiY"CR-IO: 'i : CIVIL ACTION 932. Florida Statutes, the I Box 308 Vancoborov"North MultrtoGA I 31768 jdegree*, :34 minutes and'' Stark reserves[ th' '' Lots Two ( )," hre.((31); the C and Division Street; 'NO. 83-480 CAOVCITY' Bradford County Sheriff Carolina( 28566.' ':.YOU-AM, HEREBY '18 seconds West, along;' right to' accept fn! reject, ,Four ((4)),_ Flv. ((3)); and Laid u.. Plan to provide
Hampton 2944, tn :/ ; .. .:') Office at Bradford Coun. YOU ARE HEREBY NOflFlflO that an action th* Easterly boundary any or all bid!.\ East halt of Sl..'((6)) Block that, land" currently '
tends to register said ti"- CONSUMER SER. ty Florida; Intends to fit. NOTIFIED that an action'for for< Dissolution of Mar th.reof"" 60.01 feet to a For the Starke' ''36, ......'. 'Addition ta .d*.lgnoted ,by Vtft, *, plan,,::;
,1I100000"no. ,'und.r'heu 'VICE.OF FLORIDA INC. 'a Mule' to'.' Show'Caus*, dissolution of" mar.ring .; 'Hog*;; ha*, ;b.a', filed found trait pipe located ,Clty: Comml.iion:, th* own of Stark. .. Sc4: V1 "slngU' famlh/, beii
aforesaid statute- ", t '' .tc.:1' i ,whys, *followIng ,I (and other relief against you and you ant J .at.JtIe Southeast corner' t Nell L. Tucker, tier 28.t.4'fownship.6'' i", .to"ot, t,
Dated this' 5th'dayo, ( Plaintif .,,, ., S" described1 property ',-, has been filed against' 'required/ to **rv* a copy: of :parcel, described Inl '; '.- ." e City Clerk 'South;, Rang 22 I"f'! ,_||| *; ,..> mobile dS
July, AD.19 4" In BroaV. :v-: '. : should not ;: IN forfeited ,> you in the-cbove-styled' of your written defenses,, l iORB.200.P.618ofth., :,7n42tchg71426. pei< plot' thereof recorded /-, .4th .'r..rty. ,of '?. .
ford(( County '- TOMMIE CASGN. JR. andTQ4Ipd7136 to th* State of Florldoj.Court, and you. are ''required > If any tai It. on the plaintiff 'public'' 'record*;; of ;sold, In Plat Book.! jtpu6M5 .\J" .. ,,'iwwq.d! r'V \
S : -. CHARLEN6 Tn; CASON IN RE:"' DONALD R, e's.rve a copy : '. .,.attorney. whoa County; thence North 89 ..... .. 40 of the public, records! +( '1 .,...Itow, j .$
\'. : hi* wile, j GRIFFIN d/b/o Grlffco of yout Written, o nama"I" I arid ,address I., degrees.,29 minutes' and of .Bradford/' "", :0",1.11.: ........' to, lot* 6 on .., < .. .r(p.,. S I Defendants/ Plastics Post Office BoM. 'defense. If any to It DUDLEY r\ HARDY.-P.A, ,12 seconds Wra.len0' '"lisi"THE CIRCUlfCOURT' ; Florida. r Tow* f.'A'W irtf .'City' :,
'IN THE\ CIRCUIT tOURf 43261: Atlont;'Geotgla. ort JAMES 1. TOMLIN- :POr Drawer, 1030; ,the Southerly. boundary \ : OF FLORIDA, OATEO /hlstJ l th doytof'i j !(known bs Brookerf Sec y,. "
OFBRAQFORDCOUNTy1. ; :;:''NOTICE OP SALE On* 1974 Cessna 310'O ,SON. FSOLI: RL Post Of-: Stark. *," i Florida' 32091: 'of ",old' parcel: (O.R.Sv .EIGHTH JUDICIAL duty. 1984.; j : tion f. Township South' '
"I.( .'Fl I A' Aircraft, air :'ID* 'He.Draw.-40.Stork.,. ((904J 964-9701', Attorney 200 Pi 6111") 210.88 fet; .CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR "t l 1 TBERT.Sr BROWNNtj "I'I |h ..** '20let.t.' 7;v ., ,
1CIVIl>CTIQN, NO. NOTIC. :.: ''I$' HERESY' N-eOGC| Serial '',31& '''Florida 32O9I-..;and III,* 'for Ht.i...... and III. *.. ,,Ya, V found' Irot''pipe ', "BRADFORD,' COUNTY. .. .1, /:\...i'- ,'|,1.You-iar. forth** 8iven't n
a 4.2U: ". '**>' <", GIVEN. pursuant; td d 'O-O921, with all Instonrwed ( the 'original' with the;' 'or'flrtahrith tile :,1.? : Fina!"' 'Jllcfg..llt.; of 'avtenlc*. tool .box... 'Clerk1; of lh*< obov; ,th. ofoov* styled court on ,.cornerthereof' :, ,th.nc., ]', CIVIL ACTION.: { ,;. 4,''A." '''+o.,to'6o4'OR} i
IN RE'ThMarrrol'gebf'JOrWG.'SCHAKj'; ''Forck>surf dated' July' .rot styled -Court on' 'or or :bf addition nr before, 13 August 1984.jo .; fudged minute* 'and 14.ocondo 'FORTUNI 1! FEDERAL SAVINGS ,, ,.,.
31'', )964. .nterd In Civil In ; 'ptlr.u : ( ; lW tWsbol'Kt' COM NO.'83-460 CA-O1 of ; Chapter ,932. Florida' Otherwise. a.. ludcH ,m.nt.. may ''b.*, .ntrdogolnst East along; the WesterlyS AND LOAN. rt.t ,;,:t .tea f.of: Ity" HolI.."
and fh*,Circuit. Court of the Statute., ,the operative' ment 'shalt b* *ntrNagalnvt. r you far.the relief .boundary! of aid. "parcel, ASSOCIATION, formerly .;P; Ftaldts. 4;: ,, :
the you' far the comp' (O.R.B. 200. P. 618). GUARANTY FEDERAL NOTCErOf :; tBefhy f I
JQ SCHAK.; Wife!> Eighth.\ ''Judlctaf Circuit In'; fact concerning demanded In the : 'trdtn.ry Donors
and lot Bradford County,; ..*.I ur."ot th* 'proporly1: relief i rpgt,.'s4tid.i then, .' 59.34 ft.to *J s'flron.I SAVINGS ;. AND LOAN ACP1ICAT10N 't,.w4vfn, g r\1\ t.f.Sf. I
J : vNOTKfi Of ACTION, Florl// :wherein CITY iar* I id* follower' "' >./ 'Petltlonh 'r 'ttVtNIfNS6m,, y hand and, i pipe for Point of B glnnIng. -. ASSOCIATION "Of'vVNtiSI'lalnMff ,' ; 1 I" r.- ,,ntaatrP' \
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roy bond and: Point of + FOCm', \1, ... .'
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The latest dance conies' Starke .
summer craze to ..'

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Ky !Mark KrledlinBCT << New
Dance Form. ;
Staff WriterKids
in Starke and surroundingareas Break dancers ,are the rage In I
Starke this with demonstrations .
are dancing the summer away summer I
Break Dancing that is, the newest gponsored the city recreational .
summer dance craze since disco department.
became a household word back in "" Andy Juhnsttop( I..nlllhowil) a hand
1980. spin, while Willy Williams(middle I
The new dance fever is sweepingthe and bottom>> left shows his moves to>> a

nation and here in Starke a groupof 'crowd. of admiring youngllt .rstllp
talented local students have been right,
giving free lessons and demonstra Dancers' performing for the kids at
tions sponsored by the Starke Recrea the rec center this summer are(bottom .
tional Department on Pratt Street. left) ; Leon Jackson Todd
With the Michael Jackson tour on at Kru/.ler. Andy Johns and Willy I '

last and with fans gearing up for his William. T IIr
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big three-night performance in the
Jacksonville's Gator Bowl dancing j
has become big again in movies JL --
videos and the theatre. ... '

The latest summer movie "Break J :; i
Dancing" is a hit coast to coast but it S 1 1l
was the movie "Flashdance" in 198.1which ,
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started the country on the 7 ,
dance track once again.
"It's great exercise it's artistic and G n
it gives some of the local kids a good

activity for the summer," says Starke .
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Recreational Department Director ; ':.>,!, :\ I
Cheryl Godwin who first thought of '" '
the idea of holding the dancing "
demonstrations here in Starke "All 1' ,, ', ,I J.
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the kids in the area were talking '4

t about it so we decided to get some of
the most talented dancers around
here to come in and show the kids J'

their stuff. We'vehad a big crowd ,
down at the rec department building I
every day since we started." I

Willy Williams, a Starke resident .., .
his socks off when this
was dancing '
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reporter visited. Williams spun .....
around on his back pushed off with ,
his hands, then pumped his legs in the 7s
air to the beat of a blaring tape deck
then tried a "hand-glide" putting all
his weight on his left hand, he hoistedhis
body into the air and started spin-
ning by shoving off with his right.
Sound a little too complicated? & I __

Well, you could always try the"Moon- .,. MI'I _
Walk1' ';;lag popularized by. Michael
Jackson in his videos. ,,. -, ..
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'.- dance.tbt ing !js an acrpbatlcjoriw!! .
of > the Souttt .
Bronx in which- the -dancer often

spins, seemingly! barely in control, on
his head of his back or his hands. It is
a form;of dance not recommended for sd
the faint-hearted even good local ,
dancers like Williams say some of the
routines can be very strenuous and
,_some> health officials have put out
"_' Variflfc warnings this summer that
some of the moves can be risky to
those not in good physical condition.
"You have to set your own limits"
said one of the dancers in the Starkerec
room. "You have to try some
things slowly so you don't 'break'
yourself in half."
"Some of the kids who did nothing
but watch at first are now out there on
the floor enjoying themselves,"
Williams'said. "You find your ,own
limits and then just do what you can ..
do. It's all a lot of fun. ,
"I don't know how long it's going to .. l

last but we think it's a good activity ... .. ,i
for the kids the '
during summer I !
Godwin said. "It's a good social activity -.......
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as well. 4 ., 0 ., 1'' "'-\
So next time you're traveling ,' \ 00:"" !", Ii
through Bradford County watch out .., ,., :'.0 ".1. .".. ;," .. I. :'. ,, :. ,::

for that brightly dressed group of .' '" 1.". ,. It'."" ......y : ". fif"" !!"..ii>: ;",.,....n'. .J t"tt
sidewalks : ".'. '
students breaking on the l 'JI" .. ... u: .', J'
they're dancing the summer away in 0@,. d to, ,, .. '. .'

Starke. rnoo. by Mork ,. "'&"-":' '. ";" "" _
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Art Collector' Ga ery... ..Florlda'mag..an."hlbltof' work by Florida artists,,, ti '.. .. Starke op War''.''Oo'b' ...' Pre-reg'istratlon" ''''\}or- ..qdford..Cow'unty)/W b"." hold' July
water-color by Kate Borne.. Everett Draper and Robert Schott, diver prints by AnnoTomciak. Aircraft Association.. Thegroup meet and:! discusses aircraft each 21' and 28 ot !the Bradford Square( 'Center from a.m.//until
Shopping' }\0
hand.mad. paper by Mlchele Tuegel' and other, run through July 28 at the Sunday at 4:30: p.m. :at Kenn-Aire on the north side of the Gainesville Regional Air.. > Girls.and .bays between the ages of seven and 1 4 who'" ,interested
gallery 603 W. University Av. Hour are 10 a.m..: to 5:30: p.m.Monday' through Friday''', port. Airplane buff welcome, Call 377-9823' for' Information. will be fillo I :. on a fim-eome basin. Coll 964 86 2fornfp{ : .metbny, ;;; '_ 'j
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-. Aerobic, Classes are being offered In Lake Butler I on Monday and Thursday after Melroie TOPS., Th. weigh? reducing club"meet I each Tuesday of : df
4 u.r. Dancing... Beginning In July square dancing will be held the ascend and' >noons at 4:30 p.m.;''In room 1368 at Union County High School., ((Warning classes begin Eliam: Baptist. Church in. Melrose. vi+ 9i30.on.:i ai' < at tho
fourth Thursdays of each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic lodge In Storke;corner of Wednesday. Jun. 13 at 9:30 a.m.; Call'' 9645073 for information.. ', "'' ti/ ",;' ," "{'' 49L"- '!/
Call and Orange St. Caller r* Jim Duncan Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing t1;\ v:. lake Butler TOPS..,, Take Off Pound* Sensibly Club meet each" >' thuVdoy'evening
Keystone Nlghtowl' Night version of Hememaker Club meet second fuesdoy of 6:30 at
the Faith
: p.m. at Baptist Church on 1 700 S. '12th SMnlak.' Butler: For further In.
Sweet Adeline. .,This woman' barbershop music group meet each Monday at 7130; '. each. month at.7:30: p.m. at First Baptist Church 'In KeystBxperlmental .. ', r\*" ; formation'toll Undo Durham. ot 496-3384., '' ."1/."a'Hi : "X" ""i
I. ,; :, I, .' ., t--vow, \
p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Wom.n Interested In singing four part harmony > \ "la 4a'm. r .'J'" "
are invited to visit. Keystone Heights Boy Scout Troop 105 meets at Keystone'* United Methodist Church Trinity Episcopal' Church.. Meetings held each ;week'in the Parrlsh I House "cI;"' .:
each Tuesday night from 1:30.9: p.m.-/i it \ Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7. p.m. 'iWi'S Ja3f, $; 'X3' I J
Barberoators.... This male barbergator group meet each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m': In ff ] a w t' : '" i\' ''* Cub Scout Pock' 109 each Monday nigh'' ot 6:30: pj.mV-',* .;>:*;< s:1t 1 (>.(\,<< \

the P.K. .Yonge music room 1080 SW 1 Ith street.. Visitor welcome. ,. .' Prlnt-A-Kld.' .. .The latest child- ling.rpilnlingcampaign, I will begin: I for preschooler. July, ., ,1, Irownl..meetMonda.at1nm') ', ''':$ "''"\t.'&' fiiJ\J
i *. A1 Girt Scout meet \ ,. .,
Monday ot3 < .
21st at the United Mothodlst Church on Jefferson and Walnut St. from 9 o.m, to 1 p.m p'm ; '"
'" 'd .f1" '' '' Th. program 1* free_ and the child must b. accompanied bio parent or guardian. A' '; !: lay, .Chorister' meet Wednesdaynight; of > p.m.. v ,,>-'Iiolbumecord.d't'HrfVrt ,a':t.a :*\
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Hippodrome Film Club 'feature a vari.ty'of film of 'contemporary nature oachparmlulcm slip must also b. signed( before. entering the program" ,', ,,. ,. *.1' "., ,,,'?' .' >,., "Sterke;' Raving".".., AIO0.r.cora limited edition of. the TfW;: 1\ h J'frV; tt* l In I. Starke fi,
Friday and Saturday. night at the Hippodrome. 25 SE 2nd Place In Gainesville. For further information call Larua Conti at 964-8498. comedian Clpwer' 11. by 1
.''j' Jerry on F.bruary ( f ; .
I a.. The record Is an sale at the Bradford Chamber of Commerce; ? b':the corns; of Walnut
Judo Classes will be held Monday and Thursday nights In the Keystone Height s ,
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High School cafeteria. Junior classes will be held front 6:30: p.m.- 7:30 p.m. and senior Microwave Cooking Class Do you, use'your microwave for defrosting and reheating f. ,and Madison'street' In 5torko..Call. 964.5278.I'\' rv il-t-f' ; '"',"{ "r" ;.
8:30 Call 473-3964. ',' "* i Well now I.I your chance to' learn to cook with a microwave.The Bradford County't' ,< The special album come with 0'Jerry'Glower, aiiiogVaphed'sticker. .. Pram". Yotoo.
clastes from 7:30: p.m. : p.m. *' -w.' ""
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Classes will be offered on July,23 at 7:30 p.m. A SS fee must be paid advance to' Clower's; 14th album.; v ,"rv'J,f.. ,t.;*' "/ ,(J4'L'T' -,'

Crlnter Oellery... "Porter from Ecuador. or. exhibit featuring a portfolio, of posters cover. the.cost ol food. Enrollment I I. limited to !39. Contact Diane Douglas.' Bradford ix1 Concerts a I i. i I :.,, .ft. ifiMQafn.iii/ri! ,,
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Concert Phene Numbers.., Jacksonville Coliseum and Civic Auditorium :
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Semite el Flar....Currently Taking AppHceton*.'The Job Service{ of Florida I I. currently PInt ChrtoMsm Church... of the Minister Roy Boer ,' ;; Carr Center
For fnformqtlon contact Mr, Lou Boer on July. 29 by holding Boer Appreciation Day ,' .'., ;, .l. % '1-305-843-81; Civic C.nt.rje 1,305-3-65-989fr.La"Iond; Civic Center and Theatre
taking application fq{ job-training( program* more Boer served take Butler Chrlllon.Church) for 14 year prior Io .ervinflht, S!<" k.1oe.''\ # .813.60*.7l26:. Tollaha.*..' Civic Center, '1,991-i1.INJi l r!:, Tampa' Theatre -
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County was well the Gainesville Civic Ballet's travel- participation is frequently a marry off her daughter to marry A Headquarters Hundreds to Choose From
represented in the world of contemporary Ing production of "The Nutcracker"last deliberate or sometimes inadvertent Charles, played by Michael Beistle,
drama last Friday night Christmas which performedhere result of a play'a confrontational herself
when Starke's Consuelo Dodge appeared in town during the holidays and presentation or the theatre's Myra'a character is described in L
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-, IY ANNE H. SPONHOLTZ Lion and last year she was honored by North Florida. Living is now in its monthly, and it appears in honorary title of Dean Emeritus at create such success for his raagoaine.
SPECIAL FEATURE WRITER the Florida Press Association when third year of publication. Until the newsstands and food stores as far the University of Florida, serves as And In the July issue of North Florida
"Yes, we are definitely interested she was awarded a second place first of this year, the magazine was;. south as Orlando and as far north as Editor-in-Chief as well as Presidentand Living Keystone Heights becomes apart
In doing a full ned?e profile on award on a feature story she had writ published every other month under; partsnew of Georgia and Alabama under Publisher of the magazine. of this magic. '
Keystone Heights. ThIS was the ten for the Lake Region Monitor about the name Guide,to North Florida LlvIng. < its name, North Florida Living. Besides teaching writing at UF Dr. "I love Keystone," said Mrs.'Whar-
ly Linda Wharton receieved when rep-she a local architect's alligator farm. The magazine is now published John Paul Jones. Jr., who holds the .Jones spent many years with hands- ton, her eyes flashing. Then her,pret
made an inquiry to North Florida tJv- on experience as a freelance writer. ty smile leaves her face and a more
Ing last Apnl about writing an article And in just three years since North serious expression appears. "Maybenot
", on Keystone Heights for the *: Florida Living began publication, it Just Keystone itself,but the people
Gainesville-based publication. ? can already take great pride in the I know here. A lot of them 1 grew up ,Y "
There is probably no who could fact that its circulation now includes with, and there are still a few of the +I"
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better tell the story of the'lake coun-1 I ). J \ \ "50 states and some foreign countries. originals living here.
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.1 try than Linda. Linda moved to ." 'JtI.1"!. "" "I've learned that the word Floridais It Is this love for Keystone,this love
Keystone Heights when she was two I,I"I"P..fi:< .' 'years old. Keystone was a sleepy little ;"1- vr- a recent writers' conference in Orlan mirrored throughout Linda's article
.. town then. Most of the businesses now 1. do where he was a guest speaker. Dr. and which lends a very special magic
lining SR 100 and Lawrence Blvd. Jones added that it is this magic to the July issue of North Florida Living
word. Florida, which has helped .
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During Linda's high school years, %sr rlrj
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IN 1973 when Linda accepted the "

position of editor for the newly- ,
formed Lake Region Monitor, the I Coins were first Issued In the eighth century B.C.
newspaper office was in a ten-foot by
five-foot corner of the old Walker's' .
Service Station which was formerly ... .'
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.' was purchased by Linda and her husband d-2cN'A ,
Jim. .
.. Linda never planned to be a writer. '_--1' r
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wrote 'a gossip column for the Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine 1
Gainesville Sun and The Bradford.
County Telegraph. ,1900 N Temple Avenue Starke, Florida 32091 I!

Telegraph When/ ,The which'Bradford owns The'County Lake (Tp-Rena Motel l) ", tt

Region Monitor, decided to start a For Reservations or Take Out Orders'
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"I've had to learn by trial and er- e Lunch Specials (Served 11 2:30): ) f
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''" speller Linda's she responsibilities admitted. as editor. Linda Wharton Dinner ,{(Served 'S':' 9:30)) ''>i

'? stretch beyond its meaning. She is
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Monitor when she does every Tuesday Florida Bank earnings jumpFlorida : !
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->w' Linda is married to Jim Wharton National Banks of Florida, reflect Florida National's recent I
who runs Wharton's Self-Service Inc. has announced record earnings three-for-two common stock split.
"y', Food Mart on Hwy 100 and SR 21. of'910,132,000'or $.80 per common '"Our record earnings resulted from I
'They live on Lake Brooklyn and Linda share for the second quarter of 1984;a the Company's continued ability to In- tl II
has two daughters and two grand- .45" per share, increase over 1983 se- crease its net interest income during Ij I
daughters. cond quarter earnings of $6,333,000. or periods of accelerating interest j
Linda still has ;a great love for $.55 per common share. rates,'' explained E., Bruce Bower, !
,...\ -music"and sings In the United Earnings for the first six months of President and Chief Operating Of :
!Methodist Church choir 1984 reached $19,935,000 or $1.57 per ficer. "Another' key element in 'the II"
'' ': "'IUke to do anything that keeps me common share, as compared to'1983 'continued strong: earnings; growth' 1
j busy lIP said Linda when referring to six-month earnings before 'extraor 'was the performance Alliance Mor. r"r"J'
I's her other hobbies. of sewing and dinary Items of$13,190,000 or$1.03 per tgage Company, mortgage bank- GIQSEQUT SAVINGS! ,
crocheting. ; common share.,This represents a 52% ing affiliate. '
i a. ; "Linda is also a member of the year-to-year per share increase. In the key balance sheet categories).
1\i :Florida Freelance Writer's Associa- All earnings' per share amounts) net loans'totaled $ .74 billion i at June11 -

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vehicle,which was recovered in South verification. health insurance.', GUSTAFSON'S 99 FLAT
Florida the day after he escaped. Hazelwood had a previous felony 1 -J99
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probation otherwise. Public Defender Rick Replogle.

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I. county jail for failing to pay $35 per AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
week to support his child.
Hazelwood testified that he was NEW INSTALLATIONS
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1 liy family did not So Instead, Iile Even though they i
be eve my tory about chosen PlrKmy and Mort. only work In the theybava f II ,
new coffee business in Starke the fresh water shark two food friend meat department,, '" 0080. : i
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brands and has been in operation 12 "J
Susan fee Rigdon of Starke,Rigdon's Cof- allied products including sugar tear and services over 400 nearly account get proof. that the shirk exists. to join my uett. :: ,
businesses Service caters primarily to cream, hot chocolate soups, etc. Cost tears area. A graduate of Florida j",
and restaurants. In just for the .'
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approximately an University Susan was previously -
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months, Rigdon's Coffee economical 6 cents per cup. Marketing Services Director of
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. : already experienced Both Jody and Susan believe that Ravines Resort in Middleburg priorto
, outstanding response in the Starke Starke and Bradford County is an branching off into her own "' ,,, ,, ,!
area. Currently servicing close ideal ( t
to 40 market to open a small business business. ,, .. l
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into the Keystone, Lake as the area grows. They see Starke as trucking business with his father in lJ, ,
Butler and Green Cove Springs experiencing a "spill-over" type of Jacksonville. When working in ::,'. ;;.tr: ;, .'%,,k': ,
areas. Susan Rigdon owner attributes growth from the being "M. "
enormous growth Starke,he helps Susan with the coffee .
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experienced In Jacksonville, service mechanicaland (
by handling the s
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key areas: Orange/ Park and Gainesville. Both technical work required to keep ; ", "t, :
,i i L Support from local marketplace. believe that it Will just be a matter of the coffee-makers in excellent work- '.r, I\\". \I1'A: '" ; /
2..Well-known products. time before a"" :j" '': "
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quality service. tivity. The CD I. .
Rigdon family has been a partof .. '
AS a coffee service the company installs Susan was raised in Jacksonville, the Starke community for nearly LET ','1 ," .{';i!I jlV ,','...
commercial quality coffee- where her family owns and operates a 300 years and Jody and Susan plan to J '( vl'! ., !;! >t. ': _
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machine is delivered and serviced Service", the credits much of her recently built a home on the old ; : :',.. ,. .. ': :<' '
freei KENDALL.HA'll" : ; ;f
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see to it that their knowledge and know-how of running a Rigdon place on Morgan Road, ,: .\ .
customers have everything they need coffee service to her parents,Bob and where reside for ''It 1, '
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tn hnvA rloHM"' hnt /vff_; this l... Betty
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Lawtpy' wishes tokindness thank a Floydwho And law a little' boy H. greatly loved, So h. called him home to!Heaven above, : ."'
extended and sympathy for';.With''big brown eye*. t q,dimple or,.fwei.'So' Kelly could enjoy God great love., .;\;,
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help
our'grief'at the death of our brother !
and uncle. he looked at you. 't; ;i .' There he await for time! fa end >, ''''\ '"
"So h. could welcome his family In. \ .
I. .Wh.n. you look of him, Do not be ad, don't hed any tear, \' "
'. : > you g.t a suspicion :' ."I 1 like 1 It .o much, cauie God I la here... ., ",I ,\,
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sunny dl.poiltlon,' !t ,'?,' # ,He k..p. me afe, H. keep me warm, i "
jf' In Loving Memory He ha*d heart full of love '* Here In Heaven there I la no harm; '
t Of. ,.. he never fall to glv., .;' Th.r. I I. no death no tin no orroW/ 'I.
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"', .fahqleftu*for a Better Place' God 'loved this child, hie family too Sadly Ml .ed By: ,,. "! 1

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JDuf" to aural' error In last __k'a John Lawrence Sullivan Michael Williams, : ; three daughter, *..i., : list Church with Rev."R.C.:)Bradley J family members offerings for' their.given prayers us,
\ in of Lake Geneva and Rev. Gene Bass offl latlng. food and flower
copy tn tree Bradford County John Lawrence "Jack" Sullivan was Keystone Heights recent loss of our loved
, Tef.graph, the following obituary on 56,of Melrose,died Saturday,July 14, with arrangements handled of Stark and Burial was in Hope Cemetery under during Wealso the would like to thank Archie -
one.
Funeral Home of of Starke the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
Keystone 27
Mr. Donald Whitaker hat ban correct in Alachua General Hospital ; Tanner Funeral Home and Rev.
. ''; and rune aaoflowtDonald : Gainesville, due to injuries received Carl grandchildren Starke. Edward Harvey for the lovely service -
, Eugene grandchild.
Whitaker in a boating accident.
/, Born in Enfield Conn.,Mr. Sullivan Carl Eugene Murray were held We. the family of Donald Whitaker. .
Donald Whitaker 51, of LakeButler of Donald Whitaker
i the Family
moved to Melrose from Jacksonville Raiford, died Wednesday n p.m. in the Hope would like to thank all our friends and .
, { died Friday,Sub I. in a fire.
,,:' Mr. Whitaker was retired and was 12 years ago. He retired as a Cleats 11, in Shand's Teaching i i I"
of the Baptist faith. nant Commander from the U.S. Navy Gainesville, following a brief'
I ; Born In Miss., .
Magnolia ;
Survivors include his wife Betty with 30 years of service; was a '
fP l t s Whitaker of Lake' Butler; one veteran of World War II and the ray moved to Raiford four SPECIALIZE IN ,
f daughter Ruth Ann' Boudenweiser Korean Conflict: was a member of St. from Dade City. lie was a : '.. ,
; Williams Catholic Church, the Force veteran and a
one. stepdaughter, Brenda Flemm- '
Iraq one Blume ofLakeland Retired Officers Association, and wasa cian at Florida State .
; stepson Ray
member of the Starke CUSTOM BUILT TRUSSES
;his mother and stepfather, realtor with Trend Realty in Survivors include his ,;" ,.. .
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Eddings of Starke; Gainesville. ." \ '
Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Arlene Vivian Steen
six Mrs.
oaten Alma Robinette of
, ,: Tallahassee Mrs. Doris Adams,Mrs. Jean Mary Moriarty Sullivan of Raiford; one daughter, Mrs.Klondes'I
'. Allie Pollard, and Mrs. Shirley Melrose; two daughters, Mrs.SandraJ. Manning of Starke; one son, r.
Furman of Jacksonville and Miss Murray, Jr. of Raiford; his '
.' Gauthier, all of Starke, Mrs. Mary : r;,
Mrs. Lillie Allen ,
Murray
Dlxson of Orange Park and Mrs.Wan Shannon D. Sullivan of Melrose; one ,i
da Green of New Mexico; five son, Michael J. Sullivan of Melrose; La.; one sister, Mrs. '
brothers, Maryland Whitaker of one sister Mrs. EUeen Lawless of En- of Seattle, Wash.; five
tis Murray of Leroy, N.Y.,
Daytona, Damon and Thurman of field Conn; one brother, Jeremiah
Starke, Gene Wbitaker of Jackson Sullivan of Enfield, Conn. and three Murray of Wisconsin, Carey
of Amite. La., William and
and also of grandchUdren.
ville Gregory Whitaker both
, Starke. Rosary services were held at 7:30: Murray, of Louisiana Manufactured
I Funeral services were held Monday p.m. Monday July 16, in St. Williams Funeral services were By ., "
a.m Saturday July 14, in "i
Catholic Church with Father Michael
July 9,at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of God (f !
Church of with Rev. ;
Williams officiating. Funeral Mass
the Archie Tanner Funeral Home.
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Burial was In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith was held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 17, Montz, pastor conducting Ward's Components Inc.; ,
vices. Burial was in
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in in the church, with Father Williams "
of conducting the services.Burial was in Cemetery with Jones '
charge: arrangements. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL '
Jacksonville Memory Gardens 514 E. Nona St., in :
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Newn D. Burney Orange Park, with military rites at rangements.Mrs. ''':.;:
Newn D. Burney,75,of Starke,died graveside Jones Funeral Home,Hwy WORK WITHCONTRACTORS
Mora C. "
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Thursday July 5, at the Alachua 100 and Cypress St., Keystone '
l General Hospital, Gainesville, following Heights, in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mora Clark OR THE HOME BUILDER. .
Starke. died
Friday July
a brief illness. .
General .,
Mrs. Olga P.Berotto Alachua '
Bradford
Born and raised in Countythe FREE ESTIMATES
son of the late Will and Amanda Mrs. Olga P. Berotto, 77, of Gainesville, following a I

Green Burney former pioneer Keystone Heights, died Wednesday lness. We 25 Years In The Truss Business
residents of Bradford County, Mr. July 11, in the North Florida Regional Born in Starke, Mrs. Represent Experience
: lived her life
here all
Burney was employed by the Bradford Hospital. FRED C. WARD SR 21 North 2. Miles
member of Grace
I County Road Department for Born in New York City,Mrs. Berot Baptist '
some 30 years until his retirement in to moved to the area 11 years ago Survivors include two 473.7417.473.4185 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Clark and Richard F. Clark
1972. He was a member of the from Hollywood, Fla. She was a
4 Primitive Baptist Church and served retired dressmaker, member of the Stark; one stepson, Billy -
as a deacon for the past 20 years.I A.A.R.P. and a member of the St. .
I Survivors include his wife Mrs. Williams Catholic Church.
Gladys Parmenter Burney; one Survivors include one son, Nestor
Prices good thru July 31 1984
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daughter Mrs, Ruth Marlene "Skip" Berotto of Keystone Heights;
Roberts;-one sister,Mrs.Eva Libby; one brother Roy Puccini of Pequan-
six grandchildren, all of Starke. nock, N.J.; two sisters. Mrs. Angie SENTRY
Funeral services were held at 3p.m. Guinchi of Hillsdale N.J. and Mrs.
Saturday, July 7, at the Union Marie Marchi of Delawanna, N.J.;
Primitive Baptist Church in Starke four grandchildren and one great
with Elder James Land and Elder grandson.
Harry Brooker officiating.Burial was Funeral Mass was held at 10 a.m.
la Lawtey Cemetery with Archie Tan .Saturday, July 14, in St. Williams SENTRY
ner Funeral Home hi charge of ar- Catholic Church with the pastor Rev.

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I I Buster Waggener spent many disease doctors were unable to posure to the hogs make them par- drYM
:thousands of dollars during the year diagnose, it must be brucellosis, she ticularly susceptible to the disease I I
::or 1978 and 1979 struggling to find out thought. With Nicoletti's assistance, According to Dr. Robert Degner, a
what had caused his malady, which Waggenor was tested, and sure researcher whith the Institute of Food ;,
:was marked by' intense headaces enough, found to be suffering from and Agricultural Sciences at UF, hog .
stomach upsets, continuous swine disease, is is .
hunting a popular state sport that "'"
drowsiness" and "kidneys that went "If it weren't for that girl, I'd still particularly important: to1 the social eating Infected wild hog meal. t But If hog hunting is too importantan ''?r "
.'berserk, be walking around with it today," fabric of rural life in Florida" Ingesting the meal', is not a element of Florida's social,fabric ", ". .,\ .. ,; '
[ Waggener visited many physicians Waggener said.Waggener Degner and other Uf researchers problem," he said. "The organism to be eliminated or curtailed, as, ., ". ,
:but none were able to correctly Is however, still walking performed an extensive study of hog does not localize in the dible parts of Degner suggests, steps will need to be '
I Diagnose<< his problem. around with brucellosis. Although he hunting in the state during the 1980-81 the body" taken to reduce the threat of infectionto Hoavy Duty 30 or, 4O
pespite the physical and emotional was finally diagnosed correctly and hunting season They estimated a Becker suggested that curefull hunters. Sale Price 'I1.99Cose:
torture, Waggener a Gainesville-area streated, chrome brucellosis is difficult population of close to one-half million cooking Is a wise precaution, never Although a number of physicians, "
rancherworker a fortunate man to cure. The disease continuesto Wild hogs living in as many of 66 of the theless. Hog hunters, however, are, veterinarians and researchers,have last,Rebate 3.60 Case
Fortunate because he was dating at linger in his body. state's 67 counties, .. not the only group highly exposed to called<< for the creation of health "
the time a student enrolled in a class Waggener's frustrating bout with Degner and, co-researchers also swine brucellosis. Because wild hogs education programs to make hunters'' Your Cost839Case:::
with Dr. Paul Nicoletti a veternarlan swine brucellosis is not an isolated learned that more than 20,000 hunters Occasionally find their way into and others aware of, the risks, none Your Cost .69 Quart i-
,and faculty member of the College of case. Waggener said that,many of his killed more than 100,000 hogs during domestic-swine slaughterhouses, have been undertaken thus far. '
I Veterinary Medicine at,UF, fellow hunters have become infected: that single hunting season. workers in these slaughterhouses In the meantime, however, Nicoletti IMMEDIATEItUATE
Nicoletti, along with other researchers with brucellosis and also had. dif To veterinarian Becker, these face a significant threat from the. recommends that people, hunters in '0rf_.r than If hat"j had just completed a study of ficulties finding treatment. numbers' are'' staggering. "The Implications disease particular, exercise'caution. "They
"'Florida's feral pigswild hogs as With physicians largely unaware of are for dangers to hunters "Two years ago; these,was,an outbreak ought to carefully wash themselvesafter S&W, DISCOUNT
they are called by hunters. Results of the disease, It seems' that who kill and dress out these animals," up in Jasper at a dressing.a pig," he suggested,
I the investigation, which Nicoletti veterinarians are carrying an he said. "They get blood all over slaughterhouse," Shands said Wash? In a, remore field, three AUTO' PARTS,
(shared with his students, indicated unusual share of the burden of them. If you killed one of these "We're still following two of those miles from nowhere? "Then they US, 30t 49RTM1STARKE[
that an enormous number of pigs diagnosis."I've animlas and had a cut on your hand. people who hav i never gotten well." ought to buy ,themselves a 'pair 'of' 964-4126
under study. More than 5ft percent diagnosed three or four cases you Could get the Infection" While the vast majority of wild hogsIn disposable gloves," he said.
showed evidence of being infectedwith since I've been here" said Dr. Neil According to Nicoletti, however, this country inhabit Florida, 5I
swine brucellosis, a bacterial Becker,another UF veterinarian Who brucellosis does not need an 'open hunters in other states are not exempt t
disease distinct from the' brucellosisin .has Studied brucellosis. "Physiciansjust wound to pass through. Nicoletti said from swine brucellosis, According to
cattle; which'' has been subject to don't know what it is." 'the disease organisms$ willpenetrate Degner, more than 800 hogs were
rigorous indus ry-contfol'' programs According ,to Dr Joseph Shands, unbroken skin. shipped from Florida in 1980 to hunting
for years. however, brucellosis is less of an But Nicoletti also said it is not likely 't preserves in the mid-bouth, the.
Although the reported cases of unknown to the medical communitythan that people.would be endangered by Southwest and New England. '
diagnosed brucellosis are on the in- some may think. Shands is a i -
crease and hog hunting in Bradford, physician and faculty member at theJ.
Clay and Union counties ,is heavy, Hillis Miller Health Center at UF Starke Family Practice I
there have been no reported cases in "Acute brucellosis is not! difficult to :
this area. diagnose if one thinks of it at all," 4 ,-/ (TVAMERICAK
Florida's wild hogs are th descen Shands said. "It's true though most T' & .,,1 a a sa
dants of domestic pigs introduced to physicians just don't think of
,f'nnt'npnt' hv parly Rnrnrwvin set brucellosis. Urgent! Care Center
tIers Although the extent of swine I
Waggener's girlfriend put two and brucellosis infection in humans is not .
two together, he being an avid hog known, it Is known that Florida's hog W
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June 24 ,14, Matt Traylor Florida Council. Once a year for ( I 1
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night, according to Sgt. Wayne The same group of authorities seized ing across SR-121, said Abrams. BC Land Sales Keystone Developers of Bradford,
Pickup Hits Bridge Wilkinson. The police had been called and destroyed several plots of Griffis was charged with careless[ Inc. 2.5 acres of land on SpeedvilleRd.
Sends 1 to HospitalA to a local lounge where a fight was in marijuana near Graham July 10. driving and exceeding safe speed. July 1- July 6 to Michael P. Kobiata for $6,500.
progress, when they arrived there The posted speed Is 35 mph and the' Total William E. & Kathleen C, Grtggs lot
passenger in a 1964 Chevrolet was no fight but Harris was in the Camera EquipmentStolen truck was estimated to be traveling land sales recorded in Brad- in Seminole Ridge to Jesse H. & JoanT.
pickup truck was taken by Stat Flightto parking lot shouting obsenties at between 40 and 45 mph. > ford County during the week of July 6 Bidanset for $18,000.

Alachua General Hospital July 11 passing motorist, said Wilkinson. in GainesvilleThe Damage to the truck, belonging to 1 Were $256,500.Plum Irving T., Jr. & Carol A. Clark a
after the truck struck a bridge west of Harris was released after a$50 cash early morning of Mid-Florida RockHaulers, was about Valley Investments, Inc. solda parcel of land in lots 142: of block 23,
Lawtey. burglary a parcel of land on SR-21 south of to
bond Starke
was posted. vehicle June $10,000. Temple'e addition in
on 17 netted the crooks Keystone Heights to Marino J. &
Jerry Earl Testone, 30 of Lawtey Frederick & Wendy W. Replogle for
some very uncommon merchandise. Doris E. Calli!
1 suffered from a broken leg BC for$27,000.
a large Sheriff's
Starke Man Arrested'For Around 12:30: a.m. the Office $26,000.
owner parkedhis Glenn S. Gnann lot In Eastwood to
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cuts in accident at &J.
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Jack M. Marilyn R. Courtnay
1975, silver,Dodge van, downtownin Harvest MarijuanaA James L, & Evelyn T. Womack for
"; 9:15: p.m. on Crawford Road. Testone Assault & BatteryA lot Brooks Brown a parcel of land in
a parking located in the unit $31,500
j' was taken by Rescue 60 to Bradford Starke has been block of N. E. 1st Avenue patch of marijuana was Keystone Oaks to Robert J. Eraine \
'r t 27-year-old man directly Fleet Finance & Mortgage Co. lot in .
Hospital then ,
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\ where he Is listed in fair condition. arrested on charges by the state attorney behind Harmonica Joe's in harvested July 16 west of Lawtey by Lake Hampton Oaks to Albert E. & Sabo for $16,000. -'"i "

The driver of the truck, James Allen stemming from a May incident Gainesville. A few hours later the the Bradford County. Sheriff's Depart- Ruth Muniz for $1,200.
ment.
where he alledgedly struck a woman owner discovered that burglars had Andrew & Christine E. Vargo a
.:,\ Norman and another passenger were with his vehicle. struck. Approximately 28 plants were seiz- parcel of land on US-301 north of Juvenile Charged ''

Paul uninjured, according to Paramedics Robert Alan Norton was charged The thieves forced open a windowon ed and destroyed early Monday morning Starke to Christine R. Rewis for With Starke
West and Scott BurglaryA
Taylor. July 13 with aggravated assault and the side door of the van, reached in according to Lt. John Dempsey $8,000.
Crawford The truck Road was when westbound the vehicle on aggravated battery, according to and unlocked the vehicle. Inside they and Deputy John Tilley. The patch Harold C. & Clairnell C. Branham aparcel 16-year-old juvenile was charged
f; Deputy Sammy Eunice. On May 13 discovered various cameras and was found on timberland. of land just south of Hampton with the burglary of a home on
struck the rail followed the rail
guard There have been no arrests but the Washington Street in Starke
1 f Vickie Kerchaine alledges Norton equipment which were stored in an to George William Cardin for $41,300. accor-
to the abutment and then
bridge struck her with his car in the lot of the ice chest. Among the property taken investigation is continuing.The Betty N. & Jackson S. Warren a ding to Investigator David Aderholt.The .
;. struck the bridge, according to Econo Lodge causing her bodily were two custom Leica cameras, two sheriff's office will continue parcel of land on CR-16 in Starke to W. burglary occurred July 9 when
'.: Trooper Dean Pescia. harm. Canon cameras, various lenses and air-surveillance during the growing H. Roger, Jr. & Patricia Ann Par- approximately $1,200 in old coins and
Norman cited for careless driving
I was Bond for the charge was set at meters and one beige canvas camera season. ramore for $46,000. jewelry was taken from the home.
totalled.and having no tag. The truck was $3,000, Norton was released on his bag. Most items are unique readily Worker Suffers Jennie T. Schaeffer three acres The juvenile was charged July 16,
own recognizance. identifiable and very valuable.If west of Pleasant Grove to Timmy E. said Aderholt then released into the
you have information on this, or Heart AttackA & Pame'4' P.!: Padgett for 35000. custody of his parents.Perm .
More Pot Patches ..
any crime in Alachua County, you are
Starke Man Arrested West of BrookerFour urged to call Crime TRAC, 3778722. 62-year-old construction worker
DWI In Accident Your call will remain completely suffered an apparant heart attack
last Friday and died at the
of hospital.
patches marijuana were anonymous and may be rewarded up
Kenneth Alonzo Smith, 23, of Starke located and destroyed west of to$1,000 for information leading to an William Riggs of White Springs
\ was charged with driving while intox- Brooker last week, according to In- arrest. passed out while working at the new "
icated and reckless driving July 16, vestigator Don Denton. mental health building in Starke. I Special
according to Patrolman Dwight. The marijuana was located by the Rock-truck Driver Rescue responded to find Riggs was I
Groves. Alachua County Sheriff's DepartmentIn sitting on a sawhorse talking to his
Smith, driving a 1984 Pontiac, was i conjunction with a Federal training Hurt in EffortTo son. He said he had been painting in
southbound in the inside lane on 1 program. The class of 26 students as Avoid TrainA the parking lot and just got too hot but
US-301 at 3:15 p.m. when he suddenly 'well as officers from the combined thought he was alright but Rescue
changed lanes striking a 1974 i narcotics unit (Alachua and rock-truck driver from Lawteywas persuaded him to go to the hospital,
Chevrolet pickup which was in the soutside lane.Damage 1 Bradford County Sheriff's Department July 10 when his tractor-trailer flipped and Randy Gaskins. Riggs suffered WITH
to the Pontiac was $2,500. were directed to the plots on the over as he was apparently braking another attack on the way to Bradford
Damage to the pickup was $1,200. round by the air control July 12. Approximately to avoid a train that was crossing Hospital and later died at the TammyOnly

Smith was released after a $300 I 352 plants ranging from SR-121. hospital.
surety bond was posted. four inches to six feet were all found Jessie Vernon Griffis, 40, was taken
c n private property near the Santa Fe by ShandCair to Shands Hospital in Traffic ViolationsIn ,
liver. Gainesville were he was released July Bradford .
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Starke Man Arrested 14.
a One patch was so secluded the
:: For Being Disorderly round: crew had to cut their way into The loaded 1977 Mack truck driven authorities report three ar- .
I he patch as they were directed by by Griffis was traveling north just i rests for traffic violations during.th ,.,.
A 24-year-old Starke man was arrested ilr. The marijuana must have been past the Lake Butler Middle School ;past week.
July 12 and charged with ilanted and tended by person or per' when it veered to the right and swerv- Marvin Tyre, Jr., 42, of Lake City
disorderly intoxication by Starke a ons coming in by the river as there ed to the left before overturning on was arrested July 12 and charged PERMS : s '
r Police. iras no land access, said Denton. the sidewalk about 12:30 p.m, accor- with driving while intoxicated and ] \.::' 3000

Mark Lee Harris, Jr. who had been There have been no arrests in the ding to Trooper W. M. Abrams. 'driving while license suspended, ac- Reg. MO.00 ..: H . .
drinking was found in the parking lot s eizure but the investigation is contiluing. -> The truck did not reach the tracks cording to Trooper D. C. Roberts.
of a service station late Thursday n where a westbound train was travel- Bond for the charge was set at$500, VISIT S 5 .
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A 21-year-old Keystone Heightsman The circumstances surrounding own life due to his depressed state. $59.25 fine.Danny df ? '. :
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found hanging from a shower stall in the State Attorney's Office, Prison In- were no indications of any suicidal W. Arthur of Starke was ar- (
the Bradford County Jail Tuesday Office and the BradfordCounty tendancies nor were any revealed to rested July 17 and charged with driv- robert harris salon

afternoon. Sheriff's Office, according to the jail personnel or inmates, accor- ing while license suspended, accor- -
Larry Larmer Hartley was pronounced Investigator Don Denton.At ding to interviews with both, during ding to Trooper B.'A. Williams. 964-843? 504 W Call St. .,
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Arthur was released after a $200cash I /\ '
dead at 2:15: p.m. July 17 by the period of Hartley's incarceration.
Dr. Kiert' Sundusadee. Hartley was the time of his death Hartley was bond was posted. _..
; discovered hanging by a jail trusteeat locked in a cell by himself with no access Hartley was booked into the Brad-
approximately 1: The by any other Inmates, According ford County Jail on June 5, 1984 under r'' \ eo't7
trustee immediately noted Chief to statements by other inmates who the charges of burglary and grand
Jailer Arthur Brock. CPR was Im- had seen and talked with Hartley theft which occurred at the Jr. Food TRAIL' RES ;AUR NT\

mediately started on Hartley and con- earlier, he was depressed over addi- Store on SR-100 near Keystone
tinued until assistance arrived at the tional charges being filed against him Heights on June 4.
Jail from the Starke Fire Departmentand 'and an additional bond set at a hear j j
Bradford County Rescue Unit. All ing earlier the same day. They fur- On July 17 Hartley was first ap- LAWTEY, FLORIDA US, 301 NORTH
efforts to revive Hartley failed. The ther stated that Hartley had talked pearanced on a charge of criminal ,
body was transferred to the medical about being depressed over a recent mischief which stemmed from the
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I examiners office in Gainesville as re- separation from his wife and original charges and an additional : a.m.. to p.m.
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county jail. investigation that Hartley took his charge making his total bond $6,000. Phone 782.9844
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A 22-year-old Puerto Rican has help.. He said he needed a place to minutes fire vented through/ >> the rootand ;:*-'rrs'pectal j for the evening Fall Term preregistrattonfces9iorf at Santa'Fe Now Open Mon'.Sat.7t30' to dark
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been arrested and stay, a policeman sides the ;a 1
charged with the lound an organization totally involving Community College in Gainesville
arson of the building 01 the former to pay for Rivera's lodging and building. Hardee called and received will be held Thursday evening, July New Shipment of '

Starke Victor Bullder's Rivera Suppy in starke. food at that time. assistance from the county forces at 26, from 8 to 7 p.m. at the SFCC LANlIC..1II. PLANTS
was charged with arson that time. Starke Center
office in Bradford
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after he confessed he had set fire Rivera returned to the police station "Not enough good things can be School.
to the building, according to Sgt. the night of the fire looking for a said for the way the surrounding area Classes in Students Gainesville planning,but wishing to take to Hanging Baskets, Fruit Treat, Custom Made' S.lnp
Wayne Wilkinson handout and was questioned at that
firemen responded t am really leas- register
through the Starke office
Rivera said he time. Sgt. Wilkinson said he had been '
had been staying in ed with the cooperative effort, said must
the building for the past five days and looking for Rivera and had searchedthe Hardee "Approximately 40 or 45 men register during the preregistration 964-1109 All Ratan Slap sfJosms
period from July 23-26 After July -
was' mad because he could not find building earlier last week since responded and did an execellent job of 26 all registration for ,classes in
work and could not get back to Puerto several neighbors'bad seen a Puerto maintaining the fire and saving the Gainesville will be at the Santa Fe
Rico H* alledges he started a fire Rican man in the area and thought he surrounding buildings." Main Campus.
with some papers'before he left the was sleeping in the building.: The fire was started with paper according It Is also possible to preregister
Wilkinson said Rivera is illiterate
building. to the Puerto Rican who was
next week
during the daily office
The Starke Fire Department had and not sure of his birthdate. He said arrested Wednesday' while the fire hours in Starke from regular 8 a.m. to 3
been called to he came to Florida from Pennsylvania still burned. The building and its con- No .
p.m. appointment Is necessary.
where fire beenlstarrted with but no one is sure when he
a had tents were combustible and the only The Fall Term begins August 21 and
papers, the firemen put. the fire out arrived in the states. thing you could do was to let it burn:: ends December 13.
immediately on arrival at 12:05 p.m., Bond for the charge is set at$30,000, said Hardee. For more information call Lila
according to Assistant Fire Chief Rivera remains in the custody of the 'Law ley Correctional, Lawtey Yawn at 964-5382. .
Dwayne.Hardee. Rivera said he did Bradford County Jail. volunteers, Heilbronn volunteers,
riot start that fire. Starke Fire Department received Kingsley Lake volunteers, Rescue 60* '"
Rivera was taken to the scene of the call for the Police Department of afire county tanker 13 and Kingsley Lake t Multi Mile Glass Belted 78 II '

fire Thursday with an interperter and on East Washington St. at 4:51 tanker all surrounded the fire or stood oad Hazard WarrantP2os ?SB 1'4. . . 31.88

again admitted to setting the fire, according Fire July 11, according to Assistant by at the main fire station Incase.of P165 BOD 13 . . 24.88 P215 75B 15. . . 33.88

to Investigator Ricky Ben Chief Dwayne Hardee. One any. other emergency calls.owned the 'P185 750 14 . . 28.88 P225 758 15 . . . 36.88

nett.Friday 6 Rivera had found engine heavy responded smoke to was the showing scene from and Carl The Johns building family formerly is now owned by by, A to trillion end dollar would bills circle laid and the P215 75B 14 . . 33.88 P23575315 . . 38.88

been at the poke station seeking all sides of the building. Within two Florida, National Bank. World 3.882 times. Multi Mile Radials XL

P15580R 13 . . 32.88 P21575R 15. . . ..43.88P185
Starke Toreno Motel 80R 13 . . 35.88 P225 75R 15. . . 45.88
Sold For $280,000 P195 75R 14 . . 37.88 P235 75R 15. . 46.88
tiRtS Who 'Can You Call 1 I For COMPLETE FRONT END & BRAkc: SERVICE
: Land sales during,the past week ,
totalled Forelf Car somas' Repair
18 transactions The largest
sale was the Toreno Motel on US-301: Front End White SDokeAlignment

In Starke,' sold by Ashok M. Patel to All Your Landscaping Air Condition Service Wheels
Chuan An & Susan Ying Chen for :. :: $
$280,000. 12.95 $7.95p1U1fNH 269.Mast .

Jack Courtnay&Associates &lot Ift-C "I" Needs ? W* will etnek!! wt itut tytltMlor Us Ie 11 > 1
of Geneva Woods to James M. & and Sprinkler Cr *. Truck Uw ''''11III'.
Dorothy M. Arrington for $5,000. ,
Seldon Anne T. Longley lot 12 of 1 Rebuilding ..CampfeteMechanical '
; Steam Clean.Engines 1
Smokerise to Thomas D. & Linda L, r Carburetors Repair
Dreher for $14,700.W. eAAfleJtanti. .
II Our IpecIaIty 'Corbor.tor Volv. Job*.
C. & Mary H. Emery lot 10 of '
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Geneva Lake Estates to Robert H. & --r u" 14 10c
Catherine B. Thomas for $6,500 and 0 Off Repair
lot 9 i of Geneva Lake Estates to GO9645879

William$6,000.Joseph &. ;Mary Beth Thomasfor CORBE1TS TIRES & SERVICE ,

Clark W. Sr. & Mabel V. Murf lot 1 1! 301 Temple Av.nu.. Stork. f pIIIIII! !
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of Lakeview subdivision to Joe & LANDSCAPING SPRINKLER SYSTEMS SODDING Financing ( Starke Firestone)LJ 964.6436
Susan Baum for $12,800.T. .
J. & Nell Mann a parcel of land
near Brooker to Dewey A. &. Shari K. .- "'.
Jenkins for $6,000.,
E. L.'& Mary L. Birt 'parcel of
''land on CR-18 In Hampton to Ronald .,.

.Joseph, Bin for $12,000. .
Audrey M,, & Marley Griffis sold a .j' ,f w, ','
parcel of land on US-301 Starke to ;'! .
Dr..Klert Sandusadee for $100,000. i .' \IS. '.0;
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Starke to' William E, & Mary B. .
Rosier for 10000. 4M : 110 W. CALL STREET STARKE ,
Gary D. & Tia J. Osborn'a parcel of S : .. ;;: x
Jand on Church St. in Starke to Kenneth r, R. & Carolyn R. ,Hinds for \:: 'JI)' \ 964- 5764. ,
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iWendy.Replogle for $12,500. : ': _:. .. 'f : / '\<1 t9 .' aft) f'H''H '!"" "1.t> 's \ r'': .,
f'-UoydRr odte.S.tIllweI.e: ,b fl hi Iw.kw'/U>'y +( U'1.\ H.au.I''r.... 1i' d r'>".I..1. >;;/d110f I ':; ..boJluet f&.I.i '" ,, ""bon, _. .
.. W t (3reh+tpl Sandra b'fX1U hifdl r. ("1.11IAj'(1 r ;. .."'!-Ifffl'... } I."' '?Irr'j /\I\ '!;"l.I bl Nrt"Vr1J 1t : ., ..":
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Joseph J.: McGulness purchasedlots '. ,' .. ",, 'f .AliA. ,, I, .
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Anthony R. & Sharon D. Hayes lot ,, c'
,In Livingston, Truby& Co. addition in ,, :',:'-) .r''.
Starke to Wayne' Wetzel, Richard BUY ONE
Prill & Brian Bjorgen for $21,000. 'r .J \: ,. ,, .' r., '.,'
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1 than an acre on US-301 near CR-227 to :' )::'Y "; :. "

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- MOVING SALE Final Sale. EverythingMust MACHINES REPAIRED AU
NORTH 301 On Hammond Road. Three Statistic
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, : mitted to the Bradford County .Household Items clothing makes cleaned oiled and
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:. Telegraph office In writing and paid In color TV; stereo console; grandfatherclock family yard sale. Furniture, household. $15. Work guaranteed James ..1:000: Chimney. Fire lo fYear. a#
and clothes
children's
'.l: advance ,unless credit I I. already ; high chair; strollers; decorator goods small appliances. Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and .$9 million damage)to Erwm
established with this office. dressers Friday only, 95. Itchg 7/19 Starke. homeowner Don't let this '
fi i' tables; choirs; ; Bedside Hwy. 16. 12/29 tfn
GARAGE SAlEi 8 tit :
Frlduy 9
Saturday
;: THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT IE tables; depression glass; Hummel CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed Freeestimates. happen to : .
9S1$21B
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Lawtey one from Han
:\'i i; HElD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN figurines: craft Items; handmade rocking 225. Clothes, householdItems Handy-Man Fence Co. Call . ..
: CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER dolls handmade dyway on ,8 AM til 9PMMonaey
r I horses; adoption ; and '' Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8599. 3/29
more Itchg 7/19
:: THE TELEPHONE.. wooden toys, antique oak toll top Ifn .$atwrday 'PHONE-94.477i 8 '
t Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY desk: oak dressers; round oak tables; MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. BlanktMichlp I clcnlA-

: '::: NOON prior to Thursday publication. oak chairs; oak tables; oak sewing FOR SALE OR RENT Also have quilts for sale. Assorted ChtmiMy low.... IRWHLLGAR 205 N. T mpU. Starke1r I
.;:. Minimum charge I IS words for$2.79, basket, brass bed; oak dining table, 4 sizes and designs. Betty Hlldebrand, '.. ... .' ,. .... d" _', .M,.1.;
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. chairs I hutch; maple dining room HOUSE IY OWNERt Lake Hampton Oaks 961.6122.6/21 tfnchg (I'' -Sp.cial-; I I'

suite, 6 chair, buffet and china 0468.2830.7/12 3tpd 7/26 JERRY'S ELECTRICAL) Reasonable prices \", ., .. ROOM TO ROAM I This 2565 tq.1,1.f. home*;,

cabinet; Honda motorcycle; bicycles; IN STARKE: 3 BR, CH/A. large room Free estimates 24-Hr, service. U.located. on 3'/. Ac. with :3 BR,,JvBA S
'j and chair Shop &
desk 4.1 119 !
BUSINESS secretary's ; 964-7402 or 4812774.712 2tpd 7/19 Hampton, or 9644093. 6/28 Compare !!
file drafting table CH/A. Beautiful panelling and orlroctiv*:
map/blueprint ; large 4tchg Special !
OPPORTUNITIESOWN BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENTS Will also 719WANT Insurance for
A stool; many other Items. Sale Thursday build for tenant. Also will Invest. 301 8, TO DRINK Mobile Home Parks! frr.pfac..SP( ,$105,000.
thru Sunday 9 a.m. til 6 p.m. THATS YOUR auSINISSWANT .. ... .
Rt. 18, 6 miles S. of Stark. 7/1911pd eAU of .y'U
types homeowners
YOUR OWN Jean-Spor' ,, ....., Located Smiles S. Storke on US 301. 8/09 ,,' TO STOP '
7/19 __ policies for| HOME OWNED .. HOME OPERATED'
: Ladies Apparel Comblnutloi. Accessories Look for sign. 468-1187. Itpd THAT'S OURS "
;: large Site store National THURSDAY ft FRIDAY July 20 ft 21. MOBILE HOMES Alcoholics Anonymous96W150.961.6194964.6434 mobile homes. TWO STORY ANTIBELLUMt 42S Waln t. lovely

: brands: Jordach., Chic Lee, L.vl. Household items 1222 Bradford St. Tti Call for Quote j spacious on appro 1 Ac. 2-con: gat., many pecan'',I
FOR SALE '
Vanderbilt, Izod, Esprit Brittanla Itchg 7119 \ ALANON trees. Estate settlement.
Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, EvanPicone JULY 20 21 22i CB radios and equipment FjIMILYGROUP aUn's'Moba'leHome I PRETTY HOME IN LAWTEY! NW 75th Av. }% Ac, SP .

: Claiborn., Members Only books, clothes, misc. Items 228 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy. 964-6219 Sales $43,500.Owner fin,20" dn.,"UX for 1 14yrs'.
;': Organically Grown Healthtex, 700 Cypress Drive, State Prison Compound. 301' N. Starke. 964-4414 or 964. 778. pd thru 1/16 .4 LOTS! Bessent, Mimosa.: Beautiful.-wooded.city .,'
: others. $7.900 to $24,900 Inventory, .ltchg 7/19 Come out and check out the bargains.Talk LAWN NEED MOWING Shrubs need Elaine M.. Olin Agent! limits. Only $6.900 ea. A rare offering.

airfare, training fixtures.grand open SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Books.blouses to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for a great pruning? Phone 9644116. 7/12 2tpd 964.5606 COMPLETELY RENOVATEDt Coxy, brick .....cOft"'
8 small .50 Dishes
7/19
large : '
:;; ing etc. Can open 15 days Mr. Keenan deal. For more Information call RoyWells Rd. 230A. 3 IR, 1 IA. CHtA Beautifully decorated.
bedding toys, jewelry tires, LAWNMOWING SERVICES! We will mow '
678.3639. l 7/19 pots | : .
f ((305)) Itpd after 3 PM, 964.5231.1/26 tfn SECLUDED, CHARMING, unique hideaway home.
shoes. July 21 Sat., 92. Itpd 7/19 size lawn. Whether It's) large or
FLOWER SHOP FOR SALE Cooler wed PORCH SALE Sat 8 Sun.. July 21 and 22. SEMI-FURNISHED trailer and lot In good any small anywhere In Bradford or Union VACUUM Only, yr*. old; 2-story, S, BR 3V4 .BA, CHI A.eperate .

ding 496.2952.7/19 equipment etc 7126BOATS Smalllnv..tm.nt. 8 til 2. Take 16 W. to 229 A. Left one condition. Fenced In back yard. AC, counties or adjoining area 485-1861 office, In city limit, fish pond eel' .,...(;(

2tpd mile, follow signs.. Brick house on left. well pump and septic tank already or send us a card to George Hoyt and SALENEW Have to see to believe I 100000. '
Household items and plants.. Itpd 7/19 down call after S p.m., 375.4860.6/21 Son P.O. Box 116 Brooker FL 32622. ,-53H ACRES IESSENt;, ft, FLUME .o..e. I."> owner J
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TOOLS FOR SALE: Final Sale. Closing chg tfnKEYSTONE 7/12 3tpd 726HOME.MOIlILI & USEDWe financing will sell one acrei five acre* or moist ,

Building Construction Business MovIng HEIGHTS: Handyman Special. HOME REPAIR SERVICE) Finance Our Own. GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 2MC.On US.. ',

: 1982 13 FT. STUMPKNOCKER with 1982galvanized to N. Carolina. 5 hp air compressor. ; $35 12x60 month.Champion.Needs Nothing kitchen down and bath.and All repairs large and small. Serving KIRBYS 301 x.120'. Joins old Gulf station on 301 4 SR-1-:, Gator trailer and 1976 6hrs.'Johnson Craftsman. shaper; paint shaker; metal Bradford, Clay 'Union counties Freeestimates. SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect tern Toni
473-7560 others from$69.99. 6/28 8tpd ROYALS.,
J motor $1400 neg. cutting band saw; engine hoist; concrete ; 964-8961 after 4 p.m. 7/12 'nerear designed this,handsome, 2-story, cedar of S

P 4737846, Itchg 7/19 finishing machine; 20 T. shop 66x14 8/16 MOBILE HOME 3V4 Acres fenced. 4tchg 8/02 EUREKAS. Country Club. 258" sq. ft. on 2 lot*'. I..ut. Inlul....I

I. .1 press; concrete finishing tools; Deep well and septic tank on Northwest YES, WE DO WINDOWS WINDOW HOOVERS Fireplace. : .'Only 4 yr*. old. SP$ 7,5.000.mta.173.OQ9. ...1ot i
rotovator; brush rake; turning plow; 32nd Ave. $25,000 or CLEANING WINDOW REPLACEMENT ELECTROLUX *'/,%. Mo. Pmt. $698.96. .J
LAND FOR SALE' assorted hand tools red cedar lumber bars installed Mini- :'
; Repair Burglar
t ., reasonable offer Financing available FILTER QUEENS $1,000,000 VIEW FOR $165,000) Truly magnificent,'
I, .\ 2x4.2x6.2x8's; yellow pin., 2x10x16; Call Roy, 718.7681.6/28 4tchg 7/19 Blinds 8 Shades Installed. Free .SEARS residence 207' on Little lake'Santa Fe. .3. 111.,3. :

1' 'r. THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR.227.Brook.r mist lumber; misc. elec. supplies; 1913 SKYLINE 28x48. Central heat/air. 3 .tlmal..964.. after 4 p.m. 7, U4tchg COMMERCIALWe BA. 3,000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront! : I,
! Rd. $2 995. $300 down $55 a month. scrap metal; misc. building supplies; BR, 2 BA. Take over payments. No 8/02 all makes LAKE BROOKLYN 100' sugar white sand beech.: ".I R
cafe doors shutters closet maid shelving WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 5 days repair .
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964.5606. 9/15 tIn ; ; equity 4682372. Call after 6 p.m Itch Ideal for leisure. living. $47,000 w/mtg of $3: ...8B8.IF .
used windows, door, etc. week. Call 9648396. 7/12Itpd 8/02
\ ONE ACRE LOT. Facing Forsyth Rd. ; ; 7/19 AI Young'sSince THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN.A CHAUENGEi: 1
secretary' desk and chair: AUTO PAINTING ft ENGINE a BODY
3000. $400 down and $70 month. table 1982 EASTWOOD TRAILER: 14x60.: 2 BR. 2 Roomy 3 BR, :2 BA brick on 1.7 Ae.,At Country Club., i y
file REPAIR Used
map/blueprint large drafting Free estimates. Parts.
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9645606. 1/12 tfn full baths. Fireplace and garden tub. 1957 .. '
904 RAIFORD ROAD Comfortable.4 Br., 2 full
8 stool, other Items Sale Saturday Ph. 4311809. Itpd 7/19
I NEW DEVELOPMENTi Approx. V, ac. many Total electric. Take over payments. baths. E
Enc. scrn'd porch feix'd.
bkyard.C6
j o 8 Sunday, July 21 8 22. 9 A.M. 6 BOOKKEEPING SERVICES Reasonable garage ".
lots Pbved streets, central wqter. $100 9644419. 1 Itpd 7/19 964.6918
bldg. Pav'd londa epeci.
P.M. located S ml. S. Starke on US 301. rates. Phone 964-8988. 7/19 tfn storage driveway.-Nicely .
dn. S7S/mo.tin Owner financed. Look for sign. 4681187. Itpd 7/19 1977 MANATEE MOBILE HOME 14x64; 2 CHRISTIAN WOMAN will babysit In my : 3 Miles north of REDUCED TO $36,900-642 N. Walnut tpApproi;:: :
. 4733454. 3'29 used BR 2 BA. CH8A. Stove 8 refrigerator 2080 ft. 3 BR, 2 IA Investor _I
, MENS AND WOMENS new and home Monday-Friday. Ages 3 andover sq. spacious family room. -
20 ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grove. included. 9647197. 7/19 4tchg 8/09 .
clothes kitchen utensils misc. Items Adkins Starke. Take Noted. '
; ; Come to 513 E, St.
3500. $350 down approx, $65 per 12x52 MOBILE HOMEi 2 BR, 1 BA. Win Su scrfb.Todayl
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Thur.. 8 708 W. CALL STt
600 W. Adklns St. Fri. Sat 7/19 21pd 7/26 Only $3S,000Ieaetifally appointed
mo. Call 964-5606 7/05 tfn dow AC. $3300. 473-2317. Itchg 7/19
Rd. 9-5. Itpd 7/19 LADY TO CLEAN YOUR HOUSE Fantastic BRADFORD COUNTY 2 BR super living and dining rooms..;Plus Z.I q
,I'/i 125.
ACRES FOR SALE on County 10x50 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, 1 BA. Win
CONERLY ESTATES Off Raiford Road All kinds of household HLEGKAPH L
references. enclosed porches CoIyhklHhen.Separate,.:
7323459, after 4. 7/12 2tchg 7/19 dow AC. $2300. 4732317. Itchg 7/19
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IS ACRES OF LAND Back of Underwood third house on left. Saturday, July 21, 9 1984 FLEETWOOD 14x70; 2 baths. Excellent cleaning. ,Call: 96 .8617 Monday. '964.63( *NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKiOn 2W' Ac. Located, +
Motel All or part. 964.7184. Itpd 7/19 a.m. til ? Rain date 7/28.: variety of condition. Pick-up payments, Wednesday, 5-7 p.fin, Ask for Christine' ," .Rbb..... Rd off Rd. .U 3 .BR,"2 BA. CH&A.,Carport ) ,

things. 9645645. Itpd 719nWEST $240 mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT. 7/19$tpd7Va6>I,, .,nosey, D* lloV, j r ijiMEJICULOUS DES //III., {;ONST'U(,"' r4q.. ra>ne\, ., L
1 I p ON LAWTEY ON '2I5i 8 per BILL'S '
NT"EUJ" Friday Just credit. Olin's Mobile Home SAW Complete sharpening'.< JanetM.Starling.' new VAt'FHA* Conv.terms.3 BIt.2aAw/co.hedrolj'
good
W/ Saturday 8.5 Childrens clothes, service, circular hand carbide, chain \
p.m. Sales Stark., FL Hwy. 100 W. 7/19 tfn c Ling' fireplace, skylight fan. $54,500.
sz. 3-7>women clothes, s::. 744. men jj mower blade hollow ground and
)' TO SEE IT 1 IS TO LOVE Charming; nearly new,
clothes. Bread and butter pickles K balanced. L.ove.'at Jackson Building '
AXLES I TIRES Two axles and four tires. ; LOSTFOUNDLOSTBLACK brick 3 BR,2 BA home 9n 1%. Ac.Near' Country Club y a3
I crock pot; women. handbags and Supply In Storke, Keystone Heights or .
Highest pric. paid. Green's Welding Realtor Great FR, fireplace,1; scm'd porch..1 50 heated $,". I
much Follow off of 225. Lake Butler.
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more. signs .TFNchg '
$45.000. Assum. appr J9,47j.: : i' I
Shop. 301 South Stark., FL. 964-5007. mtg. $
7823171. l Itchg 7119 GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, Y'i< Ac..$1.000dn
ANGUS CALF 5
I 11/03 Approx. BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY.SETTINGi Oean ft gid,4,
tfnchg 514 EAST NONA STREET: By JonesFuneral etc. JACKSON BUILDING, Sl'PPlY .5 Ac. $2,000 down. ,: ,.", ,
old. Heilbron .
AXLES ft TIRES For mobile homes. Olin's months Springs ar.a. BR .
I'/i BA. CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac.We
Home. 9 til 2 Saturday 964.607B Orders also taken In lake .
a.m. p.m. :
Mobile Home Sales Call 964-5606. REWARD. 91<4-8828. 7/09 2tchg 7/12 S A, Well..& Septit $3,300 .
10/13 tfnSNAKES July 21.. Misc. Items. Itchg 7/19 Butler 496.3079, and Keystone ,I J1'STATELY Now Offer( Appro.olc.l;
Heights, 473-4973.2/26 tfn bLOER sees. ** ,
1 WANTED Coral Red Rat and 's Get Results MOTORCYCLES HOME EVrNtNGs' t
Rattlesnakes. Top dollar paid for hides rant porches,, beautiful IAVUIIlOUFLAW96..t1 iRVtNGCLAIa'At'96. +1111
961.5691. 7105; 41pd 1/26 ..V.JUI.'...L..... Aet a r m, 'j>....Dix..., Want shady lot, fruit trees, 6 UACOONer964KIJ TOMMY CHAJMIN9M.4.f"
77 HONDA MOTORCYCLE) Also 4x8 ; Ads Get Results MAXINEBOOtt444S 't5' NO"W"'D-'OS.J
and
J Lawtey area 42500. pecan trees shop.
utility trailer 9648782. 7/192tpd 7/26/ ... 45000.. rAVE MUUlNS4U ,54J MMrNCDOUGiAM4.M J
financed.
Owner
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i 359-10 Wooded Ac. Paved REMOTE QUIET SETTING.

I PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS *'356aLako$18,000.access & home Help I Wanted $I.I,' : Immedlat.Occupancv"NEW" room.Home Screened'parch'w 12x36 family 8 \, ..

only $11,500 Terms. Experienced I ;J 3 BR, 2 BAV'Shoped double car. garage. .. .
Now taking listings for $37.730. -
., ': LAD Rooms Rentals
catalog .call. Free service Breakfast Cook Highlighted by Stone .14 AC-lawtey.: Beautiful .. '.,.
for national advertising' F'pl. ft Colh. Cell. Imp; pasture. Fenced. 3 '. '.:

ALL ACROSS AMERICA GARDEN RESTAURANT ss4'BB. wells ft 2 culverts. $1750Ac. Available ,' J; '

Come in and compare VA.FHA&f".onv.T........ .. '
301 South BOON Temple ..I.tOfft.
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our commercial proper1.2 9U..u19 BUILDER Tb'
& 3 Bedroom Aptx. ties. ((904)) 782-3931 ,.. : \'jo!

From 150M to 297M .41111!!!: : P.ODrow.rM 301:S. Lowtey ceS"r' : '
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38 N.Temple Ave. REALTY.i i ; .
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@ 221 St. Across from Wishbone Farmer's :> : :J
1530 W. Madison Lafayette Home' ;: t4t:;

tNCOtIf'ORATIalOun Mon-Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 D..m. Saturday 9 p.m.13 noon \ 'I" '; :'i
IOIISI" Phone 964-6312 IHOK" .. '
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OPPORTUNITY 964.1931 7:1.3096: O.W. WITH LARGE ADDITION. Approx. I Acre In City limit. Applications ,. : n
Or 461.1730It's *CONNERLY ESTATES: Nice 3 BR. 2 BA on t Ae. $39.900. I.J ,. .. .."" -:t'

HAMPTON: 34 acre farm with spacious D.W. and large addition. ..'I : :: '. ';., : f .
WHISPERING PINES: 12' w/Mobile Home oil I'/i.Ae, Only 18000. '..i" ,' .

*BESSENT ROAD AREA: 4 Ac. Mini-farm. Bring your suitcase, everythlngelse there. ." '. ..' If
$41 '
t Has several pecan trees, workshop greenhouse,'etc From ,500 t.t'" .VI ;*l ;
HEILBRON SECTION 3'Ac.. with : -
: 3 BR, 2 BA Stucco < ,
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.""" I/1Ir'TIME ESTABLISHED BUSINESS: Auto repair shop w/w-o equipment. t : -.' _I' ..

*GOOD OWNER FINANCING: Just received on.this! 3 BR, 1 .BA.CB .home. on 1 Ac. ',< ,-,7.>v'.;. .--" ,; .,
100 S. "
Hwy. < ; ,
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'CE' BUILDING LOT on Earlton Beach. ,: 1. .
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*ALL YOU COULD EVER ASK FOR In this waterfront property.Have approx,9,000 sq. : -acrehomesit'es, .. ,

; of ft. and many ..tca.. '?-. '. ,
Thlisllttg atItIiRc-H1 r8MHeliRc1or 25 NICE ACRES ON HWY 223: Part wooded w part pasture, hoe dug pond lot of road !paired, streets w.IL&.:septic, :: : :


just plain startin'. ,from. scratch frontage.* POULTRY Owner FARM financing.with nice house ore 19 acres''f y/io'Reported! !{I\..* good' Income.., Pmts. from'$115 to $..220Dependlng.Upo / ., \';': :: :

*.HWY. 301 5: 38 Acres versatile site. & i '*

; HWY 16 E6: Ac. ranchetle with beautiful pecan frees and posture. Income.' ]
for that dream hcata? t, \y / WATERFRONT' South side of Crosby Lake.-;Restricted building. .
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"t, HWY 16 6: This lovely home of yesterdaywlth 11.210" 40 acres. p.con graves. .
barn fenced. !''i/''''' >x:; '. I '" : ., ,,;
Look for our e CAll ST EAST: Lg. :3 BR, 2 BA CB home Mane'estras' .' '." ', I "I..J t .') .fi? '

COUNTRY CLUB: Building lot on I'''/ oc. Beautiful tree*, '

HAMPTON: 100 ocr... Priced at $800 per ocr.i Lots oi paved rood (rontooe.. Call forQua 1i yinglnforrritatia f l i. '"l-1
MomllmprovemlntIIISlrt 2''s ACRES SOUTH HIGHWAY 30T. 1r p,' .i \

e HWY 225: 2 BR T BA on 4 beautiful acre* with sit4',; : tree*,'garden spot,,workshop, ..AW. ICAN CLASSIC HoM. S'/INC. ", :i\.
etc :Mfl.. t1't-;, V I '

in theTelegraph e 4 UNIT APARTMENt: Cherry St. Needs remodeling. $45,000.. 1-282-1234: <

t. e JUST REDUCED TO$39,300: 3,Unit Apt hau... Needs some repair Owner finance ,.'1'
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Times Misttery CLARK STREET: Handyman Special. $23,90dtfT'k| *;: ,.ti! : .,
BEAUTIFUL SETTING ON WALNUT ST: House'nee.'s ,.renovation.: ; ;

e SUMMER SPECIAL NEAR LAKE; Like new on,on* acre: -j Prke, ,.-reduced, ; to 65000. Direcff'eF14" :'North on, UC 3>1 W wt oil'S* 2U :'v! ,; J
thdse where Sore $5,000. $5r*$?' ," f It : )." ,""it
For answers to to \ / '
go ; 'e SMALL FARMS: 8.3 and 10 Acre with Mobil Home*. Prk"ecf.to'sell" Or? .Nth on Sit xlr'.i2.it! I! '21t, to" E } '. ,.: '

< e DO YOURSELF"-. 3 BR, I BA. In town. Nice 1MI'.. IOIt,. Remodeling started you Hammock > ," ,j'
who to'talk toat;. what, to buy in 1ml..h. Mt&ft.,' i. /. "ti"ti'Salle

e :3 811I. CONCRETE' BLOCK Excellent Ot OD BT 26000. '_ f f J "''y J iV. ..
SO. FT. D:W M.H. condition, S acre.I lot hi ;
t' order to spruce-upor; begin that e APPROX. 1400 Excellent oiv t' '. '''U (. ,
'. *CONNRRr Y. I5TATES LOT FOR ; V: ,,' : ;

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DANE Block w/whlte marking
Mobile: home. and spdc1'} for'rettt' It;i ., $16,559-$50,553/year. Now hiring. For BRADFORD UMEROCK SALES 7823172. 3F COATING SALE S gal. aluminum, for return or information
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Recreational vehicles welcome. Phoni, 'Directory/ call ((805)) 687-6000 Ext. Lawtey. 2/23 .. i white acrylic, $35. Save Even $ to his return Louie Noegel
SIMCO SADDLE For riding "
468.2912,9416tM': +' ,Vi;:.V < .1. 115504.6/28 4tpd 7/19 pleasure 5rel Call for free ,,'Ima'..We apply .
? Beautiful markings. Used a few times / 1--chg 7/19 e
MOBILE 'HOMES FOR RENT) One mile A SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE W coatings Clean and Install gutter
Very good condition. Looks like nay",. nd pressure clean. Call 964.8961 after4m '
front Starke city limits. Clean.jHwy. 16 "' MANAGEMENT petition In Mocclenny.: '!
W Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. Good darting iolory. AC 2 BR opt. In- $220. 964-7312. 6/28 tin / 7/12 4lchg 8/02 FOR SALE
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CLEAN:.MOBILE\ HOMES 'for rent. On cluded. House Int. Plun available Additional '3V5CTPN AIR COND. COMPRESSOR Unit .
Hwy. 16 W. 'Close to prl bn. Call fringe benefit 1-466-3934 Will Invest South of Starke 6 miles on heat pump (GE); approx. 5 yrs old. : FUTURA Block, A.C., for
468-1323. 10/07 Hn. '. for interview 7/05 tfn 301 ft 18.6/28 4tpd 7/19 .Price Nag. Contact,ownor after 6 p.mv Information cell 496-2338. It 7/19
STUDIO monthly- ',FLORIDA TIMES UNION MOTOR ROUTES ANTIQUE PIANO Upright good Condi < t6+5129. 7/12 3tchg 7/24 MB f Low mileage excellent
: l.IfoP.ARTMENTIWeek IV,:
'" ties $37$. 468-1707. 7/12 2tchg 7/19 ONE.2 YR. OLD FILLY, One 2 old colt. Phone 496-2911. 2tpd 7/12-19 ,
Palms Available
rates. Apartments,23.1IIi/ Tern; ; In Stork. Lawtey and PIANO FOR SALE Wont.d R.asonoblsl ,e. yr.
Both by Krlmpt Elmer. Barrel OPPOITUNITY-FLOWER SHOP I
pl. Asa 7/28 tfn ", Florahome. Must have reliable prospect.
BRIGHT SUNNY ROOM with bath.. ''Opposite transportation telephone and be ableto party to assume small monthly.payments Krlmp's Ranch 473-2482 3726313. Bud' Cooler, wedding equipment
on spinet/console piano,
Stork* Pose Off Ice. t>' post $250 cash bondt.po.lt., Call Thompson. 7/122tchg 71911'1t Investment. Phone 4962952.
My see to Writ. Include
'Can be seen locally. : ( :
r. la//.: Affordable'rot. ""* FT. SLIDE-IN CAMPER Self. PIECE DINETTI SET Good condo
aFJ 964-9613 Mon.-Frl. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 'or' number) Credit Manager P.O. ,
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ROOM FOR RENT BY THE WQNTHlWSwImmlng come by office at 605 N. Templ.'Ave. Bow 521. Beckemeyer, ILL 62219. 7/12: contained A/C gas or electric 496-3197, Itchg 7/19 '
pool. Maid service; 7/12 2tchg 719EXPERIENCED refrigerator, furnace hot water PT 44 MAGNUM CARBINE With
3tch 7/26
heater '
liner", (Included,Restaurant and loung< HAW DRESSER Salary HAY FOR SALE Call) 782-3978 or 8/02 $1800. Call 96.8278.7/l93tpd' '4.9 wide angle scope excellent
oh' premlsits. Utilities Inilyded. ",: guaranteed. Taking application at 7323883. $1.75 per bale In field. Itpd LARGE $300 best offer. Phon. 496-2979
ao/mo. Free parking Ecpno Lodge of Sandl's Hair Works SR 21 between 7/19 YEARLING FILLY Out of Mr. Jet- call back.
Storke/964-7600. 9/03 tin,' 'h"' ':" Keystone and Melrose. 479-2140. 7/12 POUR CHICKEN BARNS 30 ft. x 500'ft.; magic. $900: Alto race-bred quarters. : : : AND APPLIANCES Wosh.r

NOW TAKING,APPLICATIONS$ ferU BR, 2 ,'4': tin Equipment. tanks, fans etc ;Call i 9645078. 1tchg719REFIIGERATOR dryer $89, frott-free refrigerator
BA apt For mqr. \Information call.lake V,P INVENTORY AND SERVICE VARIOUS 964.7893.7/19 4tchg 8/09 I7S, Two electric GEranges 12,000 BTU A/C $150 18,000 BTU
LINES OP PRODUCTS In Stark. $100 each; 1975 Ford Courier Sola/chair oak'sofa/
ButJer.Aptt.! 496.$141. Equal OppOrtuMty store OLD FASHIONED ..-..EG TUB Can be $50
; "V* Several hours month. pickup truck. 964-8522. Itchg 7/19 $200, twin bed $40 small
Touring. 6/7 tfhihg daytime per Rep ;
Church Good condi "
seen at 320 N. : St, 10 HP 3$" SEARS RIDING
LOT'IN MOBILE HOME PARK).!KeystoneHeights. ly to UMI 89 Central Ave., Box 148 tion. Itpd 7/19 MOWER Good $100. 792-9259 Providence,
$53 month.:Across from Lok.GYnwa. Clifton N.J. 07011. Include your phone TOUR ISRAELI Ten day. Nov. 27. $1299. irtriidltlon Ford: PU $400, cottl. rock for LWB 9: SALE 1976 Grand Prix Pontiac
$50. 964-8733.
473-7360 6/28 8tpd 8/16 number. 7/12 2tchg 7119SECltETARIISTVPISTS. Call (I)546-2167. John Harris, Rt. 1 Box -. Itpd 7/19 .B.. am/fm radio CB, A/C looks
3 kill\ 1% BATH HOME Carp.t and 'University of: *342 C. Hawthorne FL 32640..Itpd 7/19 runs good.Wholesale price$1495
drdpet i Klfcheri. equipment.' Ouf In the' Florida has expanded opportunities for "11x40 MOBILE HOME on 1 acre Owner CARS & TRUCKS Phone 752.5259. Itpd 7/19
country.$250 month. 468-2339,6/28 tin' secretaries and typists and are accepting will finance with down payment BIARRITZ Fully loaded
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile home, 2 BR, applications for all part or full 964.5734.7/19 tin 1910 PLYMOUTH, HORIZON FASTBACK sun roof, A.1 condition,
Across from Lake Geneva. $155mo.FurnishedUnfurnished. ?. time.. High school graduation and up to 4'* r ELECTRIC: SIGN Portable. No legs. PS, PB, AC. 4-speed trans AM.FM I Phone 752.5259 Itpd
( 473-7560.: 6/28 2 yr. secretarial/clerical experience Complete with changeable letters and radio,'r/wlndow defogger and louvers, HOME FOR SALE 1971 12 X 48 2 i
8tp* 8/16 Min typing speed 35 WPM. Also numbers. Bolt to 4x4 post or hang.$300 ,Cast aluminum wheels. 52,000 miles. I BA, excellent' cond., one.
2 II:1';: BA HOMEt |In< town Lke) new. variable spotting salary plus excellent or 1 lease, $45 month. 964-5904. Itchg Nice car $2473.,7823307. Itch 7/19
CH8 only' / $330: month plus. security, Employment Center 4th Floor', University t.B ACRES One acre zoned commercial. A/C: stereo; $400. Take overpayments
91>>4-8931.7/05 tfn' of Florida Gainesville 32611. Good pasture. 4 BR, 2 BA MobileHome. 9644166. Itpd'' 7/19 MAIL AT HOME I $75.00 per

EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS; Furnished for EElI""e.7/192tehg7/26. 9644993. Itchg 7/19 1969 CHEVY IMPALA 350 engine; one I No Experience Port or full,
$145 a month. Call Tiffin ft. Owens, Inc, TWO SOFAS WITH 2 MATCHING CHAIRS; owner. Good fires 9646528. 7/12 HnI97S Start ) 'Detail-send
9645065. Itchg 7/19 HOMES FOR SALE 110 lb. barbell set with bench; 4 mag CHRYSLER CORDOBAl :2 I Dr Loaded ; ; .. stamp envelope to

,, TWCt BEDROOM HOUSE '$150: 1V4 rims. Call 782.3886, Saturday and Sun o 'AT/PS/PB. 8-trock tape AM/FM radio: 964.5142'n' 6092 P.O. box 3149, Stuart, Fl
Bedroom Apartment, $175. Call FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA Fit 2 day. Itchg 7/19 velour and leather Interior. 750.212 4-pd 7/19-8/9
964-8404. after'9:30 p.m: Itpd 7/19' BR. 1 BA. $29.900.: Any reasonable of. fURNITURE 3 refrigerators, 2 gas Redgrave St, Starke.. 9645318.! Itpd JOBS Thousands of
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT! Can be seen f.r will be considered. 96.5010.3/00 ,ranges, living room suite; 2 gas space < 7/19 : must be filled Immediately./
I by.falling 964-4909.; $123/mcr. plus $50 tin heaters; bedroom suite; 2 dinette sets. '70 FORD X-Li :2 I door. In excellent condI- to 150."2. Call 7168822900.
I sec.,dep. Itchg 7/19 3 BR. I BAi Furnlthed 11x24, screened 964-7231. 8-5. Thursday and Friday tion. Has new engine, trans Point and 2-pd 7,9.29INSURANCE: .
FURNISHED, 1 BR DUPLEX, Nice with porch 10x20 workshop 'A 'acre Other odds and ends. Itpd 7/19 new Interior.Good transportation Call. """"
, private yard and drive. No children; no garden. 964-8417. 7/09 4tpd 7/26 DELICIOUS SOFT PEARS For eating or, 964-5630 after 5. Itchg 7/19 I
I pets. PI_.. 964.5464.7119 Ifn. 3 BEDROOM I'A' BATH CONCRETE canning $1.50 bucket. 9648170. ask 1977 MONTE CARLOt AT/Alr/PB/PS., _-"
NEAR' GRAHAM On. bedroom.In covn.I BLOCK home. Carport. In Storke. Asking for Morba. After 5 and weekends, Swivel bucket ..at.. Needs paint INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
Completely furnished. Including 9647581. Itpd 7/19 $1,000 negotiable. Call 964-5879 after .
I try 35000. Ph. 964-4243 evenlngt. Avenue, Lake Butler, 496.3978,
; utilities( ond: air, $60 per' week 7/12 2tchg 7119RAlfORDLAKI ONE AIR CONDITIONER. 18.000 btu, ,5. 7/19 2tchg 7/26 ... Insurance Service. TFN.
41 & j37t.. 7/19, $150 ,_ chain Poulan Deluxe .
! Itchg BUTLER CBS Home. 3 ; saw 1980 OLDS OMEGAi 4 door, AC::, '
I SMALL COTTAGE $125 mo. plus utilities BR, I'/i BA. CH ft AC utility room 25", $60. 36& N. Cherry St. 964-6957. ,Grey with dark tinted windows Good etc. CBSt :3 SR. I'/ BA. W/W
, Older couple only. 4682751.or. garage, 1404 sq.: ft. on 1 acre; near SR Itpd 7/19 condition. $2800. Negotiable CHftAi new refrl,. ft rang. Utll
I 4o8'17'8,6,njlles,sovt|) of,Starke, 'Itpd 121 and Sinclair Rd. 3090000. $1,900 OKRA FIGS Will have grapes later. ,>': 4737846. Itchg 7/19 i ...., 1404 sq. ft. en % Ac. (Wood.
SMAlL' RESTAURANTI For Lease, down by owner 1799-2291 or ,I-7698.,1tpd 7/19 ,> 1912 CAMARO Power steering, power on E. Side)*'concr. drvwey; On u
964-7184. Itpd 7119. 792-6238 evenings. Immediate oc 10 HP EV1NRUDE MOTOR with 6 gal gas broket. AM/FM. 5.0 Liter V-8. 8000. street near, school S blk. off
FURNISHED \APARTMENT FOR RENT 3 cuponcy. 7/12 2tpd 7/19 tank. Call 964-4329: anytime. Itpd 7/19 964.8721.7/12 tfn In Lek.'lutl.,. $31,300$1,575'
BR,'; BA. Utilities paid. $329 mo..$100 CEDAR HOME ON 4 PLUS ACRES) 3 BR/2 WO KAWASAKI 750 LTDr 1970 Ford Van; '.1978 TOYOTA P.U.I Excellent condition. owner. .
d.|*l964.6747..ltpd 7/19 BA. CH&A. Fireplace. Approx. 1400 sq. Customized 1968 Road Runner; 1963 ., Assume payments $103.78 per month. or .752.623t Evet.
ONjr.BEDROOM HOUSE, .Clean" nice, ft. Priced. to sell. 964-9691. 7/19 3tpd Chevy two door. Ph. 4311809. Itpd "* 782-3960 or 9645767. l Itpd 7/19 ;"'"
Forn/Unfurn, Hampton. 8/09 7/19 --111':
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h.. d i'"k '.'.' 1_. Id LAKE BUTLER r.e. 'I... 1'A bA UU/UU STORY ft CLARK UPRIGHT PIANO Like, o ,
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couple.-1-373-8566. 12 4tchg" 8/02 carpet, CHSA, new refrigerator; ; and new. Must see ,to appreciate. $1900. '
ranch style 3 BR 2 bath
Call after 6 7823249. 7/19 ,
4 BEDROOM, 2 BATHs Front and rear range. Utility room, garage 1404 sq. p.m. Itchg Reduced to
p rch. No pets., $300/mth.! $100/securl- ft. on 'A Ac. (woods and creek on eastside COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Storke with. all energy
tvideoosltV964-636S. 7/12 2tchg 7/19 ) concrete driveway on paved Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. 1.96 Acre with BR, A golly ''kitchen serves
street near school 5 blk. off SR-121 In 11/24...tfn--. ._.--_!_',__. t''' and breakfast nook. Com
', MISCELLANEOUS, Lake Butler $31,900: ; $1,979 dn, By MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES, Window. B r i
i'BA owner. 1-799-2291 or '17526238. ,tpd doors, plumbing and elec. supplies deck and garage.
t" 7/19 alto furniture. BARGAIN CENTER: 1 of Keystone Schools and
IP1* GASCdi1cmiiyownedarid' : VERY LARGE LOT W/HOUSEi Centra* mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn 1 Club House. $57,900.
op.vfated. We rent bulk tanks ond fun .
n, SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER Selfcontained ,
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heat/air; 2 BR, 1 BA;' wall to weallcarp.t 18 '
Wa"tbhcit'customers
nltucylinderW! : washer/dryer stove ft garbage 6 cu. ft. gas/elec..
lka'nkw.. strive to'* give ; ;
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'8dd4m4e"We 1M. .b41 IlidtapoioUNeaif W City Park Sun porch refrigerator 3 burner stove w/OYflffj ". ,
IWr\'b' PNf318afTbf'YrArlerCldfl 500 '10 1 ,, ?ioooluHrBj>lQeeii6T1"SltlEJM'| Wr6V'"lO ? 2.Volt water system. st e'sh'469' '. '1<1'1l :: .Courtnay" '" ;
iIUlWASetl6nii'1aHr! ; *polntme-,f7/H =h i'26 1 'A'nn| ; 1 F l: .000.'MOST: SELL:,'Colt, 474032 W d47'liPrte .. : rtv; i **>,;
4 BEDROOM 2 lATH HOME 4921 SW .. '.:... .-.; ,, 'Inc.
90.4890 or 259-6810.6/29 4tchg 7/19 ;
16th, St., Ft 'lauderdale. S40.000.
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$10,000 down,,12X Interest 468-2791 Develop Builder
kitten; 'i64-83921tpd 7/19
or 4681718. Itpd! 719CARS SPECIAL Golf Course
FREE LAB$ SHEPHERD PUPPIES 2'A.mos.Block. ,E..a&M
9647138. 1tpd 7/19' & TRUCKS 10x16 Building IRENE L, 1354-Keystone Hats. Fl
10 FT,JON BOAT, Ilgh/w'ight.oey handleXf :473-7060
Tiffin & Owens,
Double End Doors
Its In truck bed. Call '964-9630 call for Information
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aft,r5., Itchg 7/19, 1H74 CADILLAC DEVILLEi Sedan; 4-door; 221 Lafayette .ft Maps,
j $144100 ,Ph. 964-5065 or
; \ fully equipped. 1972 Datsun pickup. ___ __.....:.:....:..:.=__ :._. I
Both In excellent condition. 9647184.Itpd -- -
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3": : BRADFORD COUNTY 197 BUICK REOALl Blue with white vinyl

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Yernle P.'OdomBroker : .*. mergencyS.rvk.MobilePhone 475-44S4 Mobile Home Poles Beautiful 4 PR, 2 Bath {
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5 SEU'PRIC <" 964.4824 *Interest Sjartlna at 4%.Jo,13%, IRENE L. FAULKNER, Assoc

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1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS J.iJ. ';..: YARD SALE CA7R; /CKS

: REALTY,REALTORI'' New 2BR condo, fully furnished. :3-day- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY July :20-21 & BOATS
PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTED Rental Property Available week-month pool tennis, racketball I, North 3-mlles Road 2V tq 332. 2-miles de. \
ZONED FOR BUSINESSCentral .''< |ocuul. 904.471.0932.4tchg 7/9-36. paved rood, White
v locatfe* Sands Lake Large 170 FORD TONIO78294.a mil.. ,...
on HWY-21. 850 HOUSE-ON LAKI GENEVA. 3BR. 2BA, window
CARPENTER sq.ft. $300 per mo. alrcondltloner; Dinette suite PS.
WORK Remodeling work, ,,:'' Brick recently! tuned .
rr IXFERIENCID HAIRDRCSSEKi Salary V; on lake Lon. CH/A, $400 a with extension table up.$1.000.Negotlabe4
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kitchen : Stereo
cablneti and trim carpentry.: guaranteed. Taking oppllcotlons ..0'Sandi' 2BR COnAGI en LAKE BROOKLVNT month plus security. Call 473-7777 for speakers: Ladles shoes, size | Call 473-3571. Jtpd
: 8 and IHI FORD
Reasonable SUM
prices. Call 473-4018 after5:3O Hair appointment to ._. 8AA. ftylSects out mm
p.m. 1/3 tfnchg Works SR 21 between weekly S200 plus refundable $50 >;" 7/12tfnchg 2811' Most'new. Many more Items good. Included packed deal 1970 Honda
Keystone 8 Melrose, cleaning deposit /' FURNISHED Mobil Homo, with A/C k '
-475.2140 7/12 Hn Follow.lgn'ltchIl1119
CARPET AND VINYli 17S C.D. Firm, cash $525,00 Ph.
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repair Installations $1N month plus ,
deposit 1.681.6614r GARAGE
I Free ftJ I. SALE Sot July 21 from 9-4 on 473.2879 '
I, .xperlenc. Call estimates.473-4217 and Ten ask years for WANTED MELROSI-2BR, 2 Bath home, fireplace r., 2tpd 7/19-26 21 B Just off hwy 21. Everything .
." screen porch utility room available'' "" household Items, -piano to I .
tools
Craig. 5/17 tfnchg ( AAU__"_" 1......U-. J.a
HANDYMAN All kinds of horn repairs, CARPOOLta Jacksonville. 4751513. 4tpd July. \5. $325 a month. LAND FOR SALE n "" "* ..
{1 Sub crffa,, # Today I
71282. '
'( mobllehoma/ repairs, and. '
fix-up needs. '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ? ,,$tJbs rlb.
; No lob too small. Minor plumbing SECRETARY TAKING VACATIONor someone REALTY r 4I' FEY ACRES near Keystone on CR-214, LAKE. REGiON MONITOR
repairs. CleaningvIce., light haul. sick In the office, I will fill In for Realtor73.4941 \ $300 down 138.03 month. Coll Today I 473-2210' .
ing. Call Jim 473.3671 doy,,/evening. you. Good references,, Call 473-2893 PANELLED OFFICB B RECEPTION AREA! 473-4058 after 6 p.m. 7/12tfnchg I
f 5/17 tfnchg alter 5 p.m. Available June 15. Parking SR-21 In"I 100 FT LOTHIIIcrest lake, $!500 down ." .' I ,
TEAM CARPET ClEANiNGS-room house Keystone shops 473-7707, 5/17 tfn $120.02: month Coll 473.4058 after 6
I special: ) $80.00, 7ft sofa or 2 chair LOST IFOUNDFOUNDDo.hound OFFICI SPACEt Suitable for medical of. p.m. tfnchg 7/12Hnchg.
special: $45.00. Quality work, Call fie... Available June IS. Parking SR-21 127 FT COMMERCIALS betweeen Midway .
473-7009 or C'vllle"' 3767667. 3tchg found 'u'. Owner of N. Keystone shops, 473-7707. 9/17 tfnMOBIlTHOME and Melrose Hwy-21, $500! down. c i
7.12/26 tfn.IIM the dog call 473-7333 after 6 p.m I $124.83 month. Call 473.4058 alter 4
AND JOYShom. cleaning ...rvic. tchg 719FOUNDEnglbh FOR RENT"jTRluVSshedT, p.m. 7/5 tfnchg. s '
Fr.. estimate.. Call 328-1371 or setter, black and white A/C, $170 a mo. plus deposit 6B4-634, ONE ACRE LOTby owner In Keystone riV 'a tOt1
377-9624 4lpd. 7/12-B/2 found on SR 21-B 473-3014.. It o/4rinchg Height, Call 4737770. Cleared for
SERVICI WATER PUMPS AND AIR CON. "'' OCEAN FRONTSt. Augustine Beach house or doublewlde. Asking $3,600
DITIONERSDyke Electric Mtor Co., For MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS .'
emergency s.rvic..413.7706 Keystone r I
H.ights.41pd7/19.8/9 ANONYMOUSi Closed BBi'
meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open Over 100 Channeli'
PROFESSIONAL lAWN SERVICEl Complete meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alonon, Monday
lawn car and maintenance. 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational CARLSON
Commercial or residential. Fr. Building Community Church 473.2790 Home Satellite S..tem..lnc.
estimates. 475-2197 evenings. 6/28 or 473-2130. tfnchg Hwy, IOOW-KeytoneHelghts Ei )
4tch 7/19 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, (9041473$666Freedom 14rlI'LAISATSHOWt
NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call fees or weigh) Ins.. Open meetings of ChoiceGCator'
Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance Tuesay's, 7:30 p.m. Community Church
.S Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Educational Building, Keystone
Heights. 473-7272.7119 tIn H.Ights73.779890. pd thr 7/26Hnchg
BINGOtAMERICAN LEGION HALL- Post
NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck
202 SR-21 north Heights.
Keystone
Sotterwhlte Stat. Farm Insurance; t
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Saturday Bingo. 730, Public ins
;; p.m.
Lawrence Blvd.,
Keystone Heights.
vited. 3/31 tfnchg
473.7272.1/19 NnMOBILE 19=... EJI/...ra.w. 1a'eyCorr
u... .'WU.K3TREE
HOMES JJteve, Broadway

FOR SALE SERVICE Davis;
ctkal
Tree Service Grading' Bulldozing
FURNISHED :2 M2 Bath mobile ham. Removal
CH/A on private lakefroot large open Trimming .33 Yrs. Experience Lot Clearing Fill Dirt '/" 4t
I deck, boating, watersports allowed Stump Removal .Free Estimates Backhoe 'Beach Dirt ins / i
Mowing furnished. Insured j',
I Couple with on. F. Roads Built Ponds Dug '
child. No Irewo..Tre.Iemovol
pets. $300.month $150 'Pruning
deposit. Call Jox collect 7258945. Free Estimate Tree Topping Cabling
2tchg 71219. I1 r1t7 .
473.4732 FeedlngCavlty Repairs
MOBILE HOME BR on 5 ocr. In Oak Professional Work Free Estimates I
Forest. Partially cleared nice lot fenced After 5 P.M. Performed'Keystone '
nice-out building. Must see. Jacksonville Tim Murrheo 473.4175
473-7414 day.' 473-1485 night. Itchg Keystone' HeightsLicensed 473-4173 721-0433
.7/19 & I Insured
FURNISHED 2 BR, 2 Bath Mobil home,
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CH/A on private lakefront. In Keystoneand -----:--- =.,.. -. ___no
Melrote ar_. Lake open deck, Zrr ,
boating, wotersports allowed. Mowing n
furnlshed.Coupl with one..child. No .. .
pets $300 mo. $150 deposit. Call Jax '

2!collect BR MOBILE 725.B945.ltpd HOMEfor 7/19 sale 12 x 64 A/C, ]: ors .

Awning Skirting Furniture like neW I .
Curtain., drapes, TV antenna Terw1I1ea9
w/booster, Jim Rod Trailer Park Lake ""
Geneva Srloo 473-2488 Itpd 7/19
TRUCKS

FOR SALE. has the

SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC
pipes and fittings. Water softeners.
473-40069/24 Bryan Ac. Hardware/tfnchg :Keystone Hgts., n Selection' of Trucks

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AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place .L
ord.... Need extra Income? Call us your for and the Best Prices .. .
d.tall. 473-3671.5/10 Mnchg .
lONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES. U-PICK OR $ .
WE PICK ON ORDER Open Man-Sot.t : An where 89 9' 5,00 : ';
a.m. 6 p.m.; Sunday 2:30 p.m. 6:30 e see } in Florida.
p.m. Eorlton area and 'see signs. C Q
468-2483 or 473-2702. 6/14 tfnchg yy'118V f ,
'71 APACHI :
FOP UPsleeps 5-6. stove, Ice DEALERS
box sink, new tires and gears we, have more coming.... .
$l,200-ngotlable. Call 473-3571-2 tpd ', TRADES: WELCOME
7.12/19 ,. k
COUSHION RATTAN; COUCH with ,
I 2/cholr, Dining Room Suite, Exercy-: COMPARE THIS.... r..s :';
II cl., Ladles Gold Clubs with bag Exer-
els. Twlstsr, Smith Corona Portable F-150133" Wheel Base Anywhere ,

i I I Typerwrlter. Call 473.49371$07/19. 300 six 4 speed manual brakes 5450
12 HP ALLIS CHAMBERSrlding mower. power steering power ) package.

I $$400.473.3652.2tchg 8215 7/19-26 air conditioning tinted glass aux. fuel tanks tilt wheel,"cruise control, con ,,
HP EVINRUOEnever used.Asking
I $1.200 473-2621' ttchg 7/19 verence group, light group knitted vinyl seat, low mount! t mirrors, ,sport '
TILLER FlOWIor Gravley Tractor, 8 blade '
wheel
covers heavy duty battery '
dish harrow; 1 horse drawn smoothing ,: /
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harrow and 1 horse drawn scoop \.. li.i: i'

SIAMESE 473-3100 KlUENSPure-bred 2tchg 7/19-26 $100 ,and Factory Ust Price '12,295.00 Former Dealer Invoice 9221.50 7

up. 473-2955 Itchg 7/19 '
$II' ELECTRIC RANGE range, with eye '

loaded level Itchg oven 719ORCHID runs, $30 good;, 1974, 1000.Lincoln Mark 473-2229 IV, $ave. 'Thousands tin these I Like. New Quality,. Used 'Cars at the Starke lot.

PtANTsate-hlghway '21 across
from United Methodist Church.
473-4646 Itchg,7/19' '84 CHEVROLET .'83 'CAD 4DR 82. CAD. 4DR 81 BUiCK ELECTRA
1FT. SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER Self

contained.refrigerator, 3 6 burner.Cu. ..ft.stove gas/ele w/oven.' CORVETTE COUPE ,:SEDAN' ;DEVJLLE '. SEDAN DEVILLE LIMITED 4 DOOR,

12->Volt water system. 'Sleeps 4-6. 'Two-tone 'gold paint and Like New ,'. : Onlyr13,000; : miles! ,. .. Leather Interior i 1 So so clean and loaded with equip.

$2,000. Call 473-4032./05 tin. Only" 7,000 miles .',. Loaded Llke'New' .' '; '. Light gold with tan Interior.

HOUSES FOR SALE *
$22",69500'$14 500$12,69500" 10,19500
FOR SALE OE RINT_'2BR, 2 Both home : ,
On Immokalee Rd. Call 17449343.. .
4tchg 621719.

MELROSI AREA-CLAY COUNTY. Energy T' !' .: .

m.avel"efficient homes at $39,950.complete Terms'arranged.ready to 84 CAD ELDORADO THUNDERBIRD 82 BUICK .ELECTRAPARK 81 LINCOLN

Phone 475.3009, or 473-2187 to .
see
IYSTGNE model. 7/12 QUI tfnchg.BSTATtS3Bft-2B:: Central", Sport Touring Coupe COUPE AVENUE 4 'DR MARK VI. ,,2 ,DOOR

H/A ,w/w carpet-fireplace' fencedyard .. I this .r.11 like brand new! Dark blue;;: white leather trim. Loaded with. all options and leather This Is a Oil Blass series with

or w.kend.3lpd,.$48,800.473-7164: 71226.After' 'o00; p.m.' 'S4M btack'wlth.an the/optlons. 'Only 2."', miles, real nice! One owner In dark & light Redwood every option Including a carriage reef ;

NEW HOMI FOR IAIE By owner .' $ 00 $
Keystone Hills Oak Drive 3 Bit i 1/2 BA '$20,49508 9,95M $11,995 14,99500r
1 acre lot. 473-7414 day, 473-1489 ', 1 .:
night Itchg 719AKEFRONt : "" i .
HOUSE FOR SAllStucco, 3
yrs old. 3 BR 2 8*. living, dining kit, \41. ,,' .
chen w/BIRO and dishwasher.. ,Drapes;, ,' 80 FORD MUSTANG
carpet,'' plenty of .clo....* ceiling -L t-. 84 ,COUGAR' ; AUDI 5000S ] 82 CAD FLEETWOOD. _

eentj beams, Well, molntance..and Septic fr.:,Conk,,en.rgtr. Many:.effi-.x,\. :... :.2, DOOR ;COUPE: TURBO:;4 DH SEDAN BROUGHAM' : COUPE 2 DOOR HATCHBACK ,

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Ira Beautiful setting on 11/2 of AM-FM stereo sit cassette .l'
acre SfeeM
'Crystal Lake;cW ol Keystone Heights' ., UtM.tM t Mini( .. wtth:dark tan valeur et..dli Mtmsoad;: silver paint Soffd dark!maroon, with everything and
desired' Jak...Very nice and a must fdo Only, 6,000 ml. a loaded w/opMens. ; LMINM. with options: 'Cad::has, tp offer. Look at IMs one! ,Blue white paint sport."wheels' .
see. $74.100,. Call evening of ; I. ,and more one, owner, tisane,,
weekend Kyston-473-4197: *, Vro' ., .2 $ '
answer Jacksonville 723-4813.: .) 2tchg I I19.26 .9,995"D89500' '13-995M I ,3'69510"
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