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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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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A 'concerted effort to unite' all outlined five steps 'needed to aCcomplish :!
\1"r. Bradford County into one"Blue Chip this goal: -
Community" was,unanimously approved 1. Suitable, Industrial sites, -;
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f 'j'" '. Chamber of Commerce Thursday 2. A good labor supply,available
;\"'rti '.... p.. night, July'19,' in the. 'Western. Steer to do the job required by>new' industry .:'
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,a+.m, .... take," said Vernon D. Silcox, a organization to coordinate the visit "i
aa 13-year veteran member of the of industrial prospects".and create -'
Starke City.Commission; pointingout cooperation between various city \.
that lack of planning for the and county agencies involved in providing
future; had kept the county from the necessary services. ,
> ; realizing Its full potential Of growth Sound fiscal management practices -
j and development. Silcox said efforts' by local government agenciesin
in, this direction'had failed in' the order to assure that money is '
past,Jarge y, because of a lack of available for needed services. .;-
.direction. "" 5. An aggressive community :.-
Predicting' that' Brlidlord County tion group to actively coordinate all
would have a population';; SOJOOO components necessary to insure that
;-7f.. within the'Tomlinson "next five' years' ...E. an attitude of positive growth exists; ".... .:-
t'' P' fll! ', bank ,president, and. and to promote a good image for the --:,
.w Chamber of Commerce head, said area
<':;'.1 a "We don't have any of these things Frankland reminded the group
;'; EJ' at the moment" -speaking of assets. that a thousand new residents move .:
; : :; tJ CJ needed to become a Florida Blue Into the state every day and some of ,"
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'., Chip Community. Purpose of the: are looking > :
.t ,' ". -- r.EIS ,. .".. v., ," ',' : meeting, he said, was to "identify their businesses or industrial plants. "': -' --
"" \ where we are going..and how to get, After' approval of the'Blue Chip ". ::
I t ; ,'g 'Q;; : More Efficient pliableI .; there." concept by a show of hands,Tomlln- \ '
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;;:; Bureau of Business and Community director' of the Chamber of Com- ;"'
i',"< I !'' .. Development, Department of Com merce.. to head Fhe countywide ef- -ri
Above: Starke Power Plant Supt. Bill W+fldon points out how eratlc the' merce,:Tallahassee, said "Leader- fort. fomlinson said that commit- "'
r- S generating plant was on the paper In his hand. To the right a straight line ship and money makes things hap-, tees would be named to work on each ::
t "" Indicates how efficient the system is working now After the two way tie-In. ,pen." He stressed that industrial phase of the program, and expressed : :2:!
r h, All phases of the system can be operated;from'the office in the power .development could be a multi- hope that these would be in place :::
} plant or at the sub-station on Call Street. cj county, or even a regional effort *- .by the next meeting of the Board,of' ":;;t
t .X i. >( if not just confined to.one,municipality'" ,Gover .on'August 2.", 1., ':'
.. Lefts Weldon shows how two sides of f the system canoe turned on or off and its environs. The' Bradford Board ofOWlty <,- .'

.;,. d; uisld. the circuit building at the sub-sUilttp. ,, .,* tJ.., .*44i.., ..-t < 'Frankland said Florida has changl1bditghnagtelrlrgtbalkyF Commissioners, Starke. pity m' "".'rd
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;;v, L ;Drained to monitor what goes In and)!hat goes out, 1 the power system; with industrial prospects due to the 100-percent of their membership for
emphasis placed on positive growth the meeting. Also attendinglwere the
;?, a? by Cov. Bob Graham. He said there county's three-member' Legislative,
is a natural resistance to the delegation. Sen. Bill Grant, and
changes necessary to accommodate Representatives, George Crady and
q )' t iR growth, and this must be overcome Frank Williams. The City.Councils
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,, The Blue Chip,Community program was unanimously endorsed
by a show of hands at the well-attended meeting conducted: here by'' '"

Two-Way Power .. .j. .. the Florida,Department of Commerce last Thursday. ""'.Vg ,/ :t

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Options that's the key word to Starke Is the smallest of the 16 ,can be on-line In IS minutes. .') plant generators,'and is tak.1 I
the 2-way power tie-in the City of Florida cities which generate elec- wear
'Everybody is banding together to In little f ;
Starke now has operational.It's tricity.The 16 cities are all members reliable service power as possible mJ'PL. ; ''The Starke Congregational for single-family oh uhl-iami1i1
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far reliable cost'of' Of the five ," Jehovah's Witness Church Is path residential ,
more the Florida Qperalhig ComnTittM Weldon. \l/.Wlien and i use. '
< Gainesville St. Lucie'
electricity\ will soon be reduced, the of the Florida Municipal Power tinning the City Zoning and Planning .
system is far more automatic, it has: Association. Though the smallest. Sitting Pretty,.. Weldon No.j: 2 power is available, Supt. Board for reclassification of proper ,County Zoning Meeting, ,
plans to use one megawatt, at the corner cf Pratt and Christian Tuesday July 31 i.
'many more options for buying Starke is still a full-fledged member,. ty ..
Starke was getting Into a pretty from FPL, l.s megawatts from St., Streets from Rl C (residential) '\\
power, and it comes at a time when with all benefits that accrue to the '' '
the city needs more capacity. The larger members precarious position with the amount Lucie No.2', '2 megawatts from to BP (business-professional). Two petitions r rezonln* will ben b',!
new substation capacity is 20 For Instance, in. of power it could produce ctrl buy Gainesville, and one megawatt from: ,:The property and building'werevformerly' heard by rite County Zoning Board. at' '
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emergency from FPL with the 'the s city generators Thei balance its 7 p.m. meeting..Tuesday, July 31. .
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megawatts, up from 11 megawatts the contract with the one-way tie, used by the Jehovah's.Witness .' .
In 1983 the city's power demand in- members calls for each generating city to ,Supt. Weldon points out. ,when demand lit higher, will be pur-, congregation, under Special In city'HalhGust ,
Facing a peak demand of 11 ;chased on the open market via the, ''Kalloa'' for ,If(
creased 11 percent and Supt. Bill receive one hour electricity at no Exception No;10, for services before w petition a
Weldon expects about the same rate cost other than the payback (or the megawatts limited the reality was the city state pool power broker system, their new church Wall recently cone, ;change: in rand amendment to: '
of Increase this year. power. There would be no''eo t for'wheeling' was to what It could produce (jfrom whoever ,has 'the/ cheapest structed. If" rezoning is granted the, the'land 'two acres of ,; .
The|1.5 million project is nearing !' the power into Starke 'itself and buy from FPL. ,It would price.I : property will be sold to' the;.. land 400 feet ,east of Highway 100 'l t .. ',
completion. control room in the or no premium., above the actualgenerating have been in a begging position if the Through" the state pool computer,; American Civil Defense Association, '(south), on the north side of County '. \ ;,
Starke power plant Is complete and charge. : 'entire power plant went down, for In- ;one of which now Is at the fingertips' publishers of the Journal. of. Civil Road 100A (Grille Loop from Open ..
operational. Work on the new "We can lose the whole cotton- stance, as the largest engine;.did (of Starke's power controllers,Starke' Defense, a national publication. The ,Rural to RSF-MH,, (single, family !
substation on East Call Street at pickin' power plantpoints"out several years ago. operators can ask for more power 20 ACDA office Is now located in the residential and mobile hOme mix). ,t,
Alligator Creek by the J.T. MaloneCo. Weldon, Starke's new power The two-way tie-In, by which the mtoutes) before the hour. ''In' 10 ,, area Civil Defense': on Edwards -. The rezoning: will allow up' to four a
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out of Georgia Is still under way' superintendent, and.still supply the can sell as well as buy electrici- 'minutes" the answer comes back as Road,but needs more space mobile homes to be placed on the. '
but nearing completion. city. ty; has put Starke in a much better 'to which of the generating utilities for expansion: property.'

'"- Starke will begin August 1 receiving In addition, each generating bargaining position. Even before the' ,haS spare capacity and the price at' The petition will be heard at 7 p.m. ',Sanky M., Miller* wtD,:wtqueat the
I,. two megawatts of electricity system in the state, Including giant city has begun drawing power from, ,which It is offered. Starke can take Thursday;,July 26! in City Hall, reasoning 20,000 Iq.ft off northeast
I from the City of Gainesville, and FPL carries a "spinning reserve", Gainesville or FPL's St. Lucie No.:2. tee best choice and wheel the power Also heard at thte tune will be a 13th St. from. RSF-t'(single family ..
\ Sept. 29 will begin 'to receive. 1.8 allotment prorated by size and peak; the giant utility has eased up its con' ;in:,Tbere is an additional.wheeling 'patitton by Robert Harris and Hnry'I residential) to I131=>rwl (o''aHwpiacenMMt \ \")' .
megawatts of nuclear generated load requirement which means a tract requirements; Now, for ln-j! ,charge, however, : *, Cook for resorting and amending, Of mobile home. :
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,electricity from the St.'Lucie No. 2 certain amount 01 each generator's stance.' the, city can buy a. low as Just I ,m city's land use plan on anpHw- '\The Couaty'Board of Adjustment /
J r; unit of Florida Power & Light. The on-line capacity'is,held in reserve. ,1.080,charged KW from FPL'.without for1' being j a Beginning,., 'j.v ''I lately< :ao aciw Read in the 400, will (iconveni 'at '1:. p.m: on' the '
i city owns that portion of the St. for emergencies.More than a premium using less i 'phial-wayelectrlcalt1e.h la Juot a, block of W. Raiford (Including same .hear appMcatton' hy- "
II Lucie No. 2 plant via a lawsuit which reserve is available throughan' required J.. Inning, points out Supt. Wehlatr' : '......... 1* late:..* IM PetVMt, Jerry date for,abavaIameeaa6xrO
forced FPL- to sell portions. of Its "operating margin" reserve, are Right now, 'city power controllers ./u. .,.,..) ,.... AlA:'(rMrtdmtial( feet of Lot 7,Biotic 1 11VIMa P. '
1 1 io nulter cities.p'- ,,which trying to run.the city: at night, ,:; 'ae.Tte:: M F ... -.j"'i ..tt.l..1'VIUIIIIIIIII. '
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t:' ', .. Five Candidates 1 Qualify in Election ;:

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Only five candidates had qualifiedfor qualified and presently has no opposition City Council seats that,are, up, tor "
u8: election this year, incumbent Bruce
the 'Hampton city elections by
for re '
noon on Wednesday.Qualifying ends' Present City Councilman Duane Roy Roark has qualified
in Hampton at noon on Friday, July Mitzell has qualified as a candidateIn election and will be vicing with
and George
the race for the position of Hampton Delmar Williamson
27.In the race for Hampton City Marshal Mayor and was without opposi- Werre for the two seats.
Incumbent .Tnhn Hodges has tion as of Wednesday.In 1
the race for, the two Hampton
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A new sidewalk has been constructed east of my Lawson, the slate was contacted and engineerIng r 5'' I
Starke for the safety of children that live 'at was done for the state funded project. ;-? 1
'. Orangewood Apartments and go to school. "We wanted It for the safety of the children. I ", ::1:1j
Above workers are pictures pouring the cement parked and watched every morning, (or"- three ,' j
", into the forms for the sidewalk that leads from the weeks-It was definitely needed said Lawson. > "1

t'i '' entrance to the apartment complex to Pinehurst According to Lawson some 30'students from the 1.
I,, Grocery which Is just across from Southside
apartment go to school at Southside and another 40
Elementary. catch a bus at the crossing to travel to other schools.;. I
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tentative agreement from In addition to Flynn, members ot Norma Donn, Marjorie Thomson,
the State Department of Transporta- the HBC are Floyd Settles Debby Beverly McGee, Christy Torode,Bill 0 '.I
Hon Starke's new Highway Connaughton, Charlie Schramm. McRae, and Walt Westcott. If you're still using arotarydlalyou're out of
out touch.. ,
Beautification Committee, chaired I style.What's moreyou're
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by attorney Reggie Flynn, is moving see Touch Calling you'll I
ahead with plans for planting 16 U.S. S have access to many exciting electronic Ii
,I 301 medians within the city limits. .. services of the future. ','
r,' Bring lifestyle to speed. Call j
your up 0 .
,,' Following a meeting with Flynn The Law Firm Continental and order Touch Calling service 1
and other Downtown Progress Com- joday.You'll take to it very
mittee members at the district officein fast.'I' "
Lake City last Thursday, DOT of ,' ;$*!,,,'
staff members saw no obstacles to ,j
the project,providing the planting is ; I "
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and done within assurance department is given guidelines that TOMLINSON & BROWN:; PAI* ; C6sLContinentaITelephone ;"

necessary maintenance will be provided ',!( ';d'' IannouncesNith
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pleasure
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detailed drawings of 301 through kt .\' "
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beautincation cities. These were designs studied used at in other a re-,, ; '\" ,, J ,HEARING CI
,, JOHh.II'JYIR ,l-InRaS''I''J'B F i" '" BUDGET I I ON FEDERALaNRrCwHrIMPIpdBkNer : >
( cent HBC, meeting the and plans were>,'t %! ," : ; !. .,, /i'". i1.Jot ,);: -.p ,:
: made to present proposal at the--,, ; "' ,, fHEVENUE .,.,.
'". next August. City Commission 1; i if I m -Jff v It j 'H" ( ''' v' : ,

meeting.The group. also plans to seek support has i joined the firm' : ( n SHARING'The I : rte

from local businesses and civic i ... ,
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groups toward underwriting the cost
of median improvements. Walt as an.associate', \ Bradford County -' Board of County Commissionersof '
Westcott, landscaping instructor at I ,

it fl! the would Vo-Tech be available Center from, said horticulture some help I J'; ., i"J Starke will hold a public hearing at 8:00: p.m. on'Mbn-:

n ,. students expected at from the area center.prisons Help is in also the ,,4rl '' day, August 6, 1984 in the Bradford County Courthouse at

work planting. R.M.and Ray.also of maintenance the Florida 142 'Vy; Call Street//; ; :...' 925 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida; for the purpose

.' :," Forest Service, has offered the services Starke, ,Florida ; 'I' '
f. .. of a group of short-term offenders hearing written;) and oral comment from the public concerning -
f' he supervises in a special 9648272I .;;
work program. 0.I ,"Vji the proposed Budget for fiscal year 1984-85 and

$,. t the, use of; Federal Revenue Sharing Funds as contained' in

wEEKIEEEATURESnderBiteSize that proposed budget, summarized below. '

i Federal Revenue Sharing is a program of federal fiscal

support from the federal government to state and local

1 Seafood Salad ., governments with limited federal, requirements about'kiow' ,

,Shrimp Dinner SupremeLighteCool.DeIicious the ": '
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}' All interested'citi'zens" groups,, ., senior citizensWand' ':.

&,: 'I Iii' organizations are, encouraged ''to" attend 'and. "-.to. sufemit;

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extra large serving ot delicious bite-size Shrimp, crabmeat. clams and white I '.j 1 -')','\. ,'I' t" '' :&'4
fried shrimp fish with special dressing Crispy crackers ,.\ 40-01-516-54" Law,Library Books and Materials i : :'' 1
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two .,
southern-style hush :1
puppies Served on a bed of lettuce Lemon, wedge : 40-02-523-10 County Jail Salaries/Personal '
: natural-cut french fries Services & Vl"07i805.00,: ;
Tomato wedges I 40-02-523-30 ,County Jail :' Operating ,Expenses ,' -.., 4:\ / ${ '
fresh cole slaw Boiled ,t, : < % t 39083; :00:
special cocktail.sauce $2.99 -< Choice;egg of 3 wedges dressings $2.79 ,/ 40-02-523-60' County Jail. ;, Capital Outlay '" ,;'', {?<: ;; ?1 '200':00'
40-02-523-99 County Jail : Reserve for; Conti nggen'cy ;i'Vi'3000.00: t / '.

7 40-03-523-46 : County Jail : Repair and Maintenance' :.'. '
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SUNDAY ALL DAY& WEDNESDAY 4 PM Tilt CLOSE 40-21-511-45: '' '. ; \l
''County Insurance' and Bonds ?: ; :' ;:: v 38000.00,
All-You-Can-Eat 40-21-511-46 County,Building .Repair and '
''Country-Style' Fish.Dinner t' Maintenances.1Qw000,00: .
.' Specially'breaded country-style fish fillets naturatcut french fries,fresh i 40-21-511-64 County New Equipment oven:, 100.00' ;.' ,'' ,!'s; r:! ,10000.00' ,

cole slaw, southern-style hush puppies and tartar sauce. $2 99 40-21-560-49 Medic ri /DQc' or.Veridor: Fees/Payments ?.' ,':%:l,*,:{":' :';:6.OQOOO' ,

;' 40-21-590-51 Computer Cost ,Allocation ., : -. v.M111': // :. '15,000 iOO'I9i500'.00
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July 28. 1984 TELEGRAPH


Three IncumbentsChallenged ; ---


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t Three late-qualifying candidatesfor Wilbur Waters for the Democratic;
County Commission posts nomination in District 5.
assured competition for all three incumbent
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Waters, who lost ,, to Hart by 23
runners, adding' bit of
a'
in
votes a 1980 squeaker qualified
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gusto to otherwise drab
election. an .county earlier for another try at the seat zw r
Whoever wins the Democratic
'The final hours before
qualifying
nomination in the September
deadline at noon Friday brought
forth primaries must face Republican
: Ben C. Holtzendorf inNovember's
challenger
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Mitchell Brown, Lawtey Insurance General Election.
agent, to compete with incumbent -
Brown, a native and long-time
Lawrence in
Mosley resident of Lawtey, served as a
District I.
councilman and also Chlet of
Lawtey
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Poultryman Lawrence Griffis of
,
Police during the 1950s. He has beenan
Starke, for a rematch of his 1980
insurance agent for the past 23 I
I"
race against incumbent Maxie
and feels he knows the needsof : :
years :
.Carter, Jr. in District 3. .
'Former Brooker Blake the county, roadwlse and other- ,, Q
Mayor wise, by covering the area on his insurance -
Hamilton to make it a three- a
cornered with incumbent / debit. U M 4 yI,
race
Homer Hart and wood-chipper resident Griffis,of also Griffis a Bradford Loop, has native been and in 4J ? 7 4ttr

the poultry business for the past 12

df'r years, and is making his second try U '
at unseating Incumbent Maxie EV ypvt wl n, "W'' (

Carter, Jr.Hamilton. ,' t ,, r rh
a tobacco grower and -
former six-year Mayor of Brooker, "
I r< (. ..dm; 'i ry a t. 4i
is making his first bid for office in th t7

countywide politics as a challengerto
incumbent Homer Hart of New :a'. '4 .,
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W River. elected, Hamilton would be, :
Brooker's first resident commissioner -

since his ,grandfather Z.W.
4.\: : (Zedra) Hamilton served in the post J5.Pitnicipate in Summer Majorette Clinic '

in the 1960s. '. Y .
Clerk of the Court G.S. (Gib) '. < .
Brown remains the only courthouse L 'i '

official to draw opposition, being, Members of the Bradford High Majorette Corps are having a summer Heather Carter Christy Crawford, Yemeaka Fountain, Crystal''
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challenged by Starke Insuranceman clinic for young ladles kindergarten through; the sixth grade. Scheyder, and Dlterolonda Gates. \,, .
." '. Harold Davis. Second Row: Angle Ferrell, Rolanda Lennon Kashaundra, Hendr'ilh,
.. The contest for Superintendent The clinic provides practice for i he' high school majorettes and also Michelle Mattox and Sally Coins. \ <: >'

Schools remains a two-man race at serves as a fund raiser. Funds are to be used for body suits, pounchos and Third Row: Deedee Jones, Erica Cleveland, Rosalee Coins and Trlcla

.: ,qualifying deadline pitting' two.. other Items needed by the group during the school year. The majorettesalso Parado. ,
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< bMitchell veteran school administrators, have car washes and bake sale as fund raisers. Back Row Donna Parado, Melissa Williams, Lorrie King Cindy .>
\ Charles Francis and Jim Duncan, as Pictured above are from left to, right, front row Latrlssia Williams.: Rogers, Rosalind Lennon Donna Langley, Ana Ward and Kim Casey.

(. opponents for the post being vacatedby I I .
veteran superintendentTom '
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Brown'h Casey, ,I 1.-
No City Election will be held :
f September. since all three Incumbent ,'

commissioners with expiring naasmser
1 1 terms. Mayor Jim Crosby, VernonD. THE BRADFORD ,

Silcox, and TravisWoods are COUNTY TELEGRAPH

home free with no opposition. Published Thursday, 14ANK Y04j
every
There will be no non-partisan elec
tion of Circuit Judges on the primary at 139 W. Call ,Street

1 ballot since no opposition developedfor Slarke Florida 32O91
1I incumbents with expiring terms

Ocee Fagan, John, J Crews, R.A. Second Class postage paid at

Yawn.(Buzzy) Green, and Theron A. Starke, Florida'' BRADFORD COUNTY

Rep. George Crady of District 13 Subscription Rates:
will be opposed by former Baker
In-trade $10.00
area: per year
County Sheriff Ed Yarbrough. Rep.
: For YourConfidence
Frank Williams, of District 21, will, $ .5Q.x"onlhs[ ,

have Republican opposition in the .
.General Ect'utfl > l. of j months I \\1..1.M.' .
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Orange Park. I', .. .
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by Returning
; Aug. 4, at 3 p.m. is the
deadline for voters to register
new 4
for the Elections primaries. Super- I Apostolic Truth Your School' Board.
visor of Neva Flynn says UnitedPontecoetol Church ? 4

registration has been brisk in spite N.E. 2nd SI., Lawtoy, Florida,. 4 a. ,
of the seeming lack of "election r eia> tumult W.BrlgM 112..H. '
Blake Hamilton fever". Sunday Morning . .'. 1O AM *
Sunday Ivenlna Worship 6130 PM
Thursday Worship . \ 7i3O PM '
rre> Horn Bible Study '

ACTS : SALAVATION RODNEY P HALLINUOFMKITM. f
I '" Tie-In..... ((rom page tA) I Coma Worship With U. .. t{

needed "re-1'" '
Many improvements
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Lower Rates Possible,..? main to be made: ; OVE nttM IT .
Yes, lower rates are possible in The city has a heavy.load on Its: I ',

the near future. feeder lines. That needs to be reduc- . '

But, how much Is uncertain. ed.The .. .. .
City fathers must first be certain entire city distribution III l' ry
funds are available to pay off the system, the power lines and poles all "> '

I" 20-year( bond issue which built the over the city, are growing old and. District Board of Bradford County
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,< $1.5 million 2-way tie-in. need replacing or upgrading. <

L The Proposed Operating, Budget Expenditures. District School Board are '2.9'0/0.


I :>,;<'; .-" ," N more than, Last Year Total Operating Expenditures .

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_,.f approaching visitors. LOCAL EFFORt,1''. "y' 4.550 .',. 1 ,

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I '. r 'Federal ; :\Uv: ,'1..1j>. KlV":{ : i IHft 2t,50Q,00'l. ::' r ;;425.189.00'. ''h''I.\' .''il54.000.OO'; !t. :'!>\ 120000.00' >" h./,7' { ; -.v ;X4'i i?

.- ,Sfote?Uf'c"h.. . .., ffiBroiV' :046.285.oo": ", '.565,799.95'. ,;. (184000.00 .' ',' '. ''2000.00 1' rn> :-1">.Ia.-!t.,a.Sd. .K r : ,I

localbourati.. / .i.: .+sr'm..t: ( : ; : 'fUfff ." I.154.489.0Q, ;.. ..265,327.35tfi. \ 308000.00. ," !' 1"- 22000.00 ? .P'.. .""I\,
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AlRSytNUES. .'. ,, iv> '/i. . .. W8.M 10,22X274.00 ", ...1,256.916.30 i'..'*. rfb; : .''ft't" '. ''". .;V. !>rh. :), *:'' tv' ',/ ''r";. -r'-I 'd,: to.Ki.'

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Total Revenue* and Balance* .. .. ; '. . 'k +' 10583893.00 ft{ ; il,294,915.95 i/l.I.I'1 69..041.00". 16.168.00 61.112cOO flUltin .

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a.j Page4A .-B. I '? .'=.____ New Playground Named <

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J In Honor of Beclett '.;;t-t: ;, ( ,',, ,
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jJ Although still incomplete, the new
playground and tennis court at the

; Kingsley Lake Civic Center was dedicated
.alQ9id"'AtM Saturday, July 21, and named in honor of
4 + Stewart W. Beckett, Sr., Lake, Property
r dent of the Kingsley
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Owners Association.:
The dedication ceremony took'place' at
the annual KLPOA fish fry, attended by
I some 150 members and guests of the
c G Nat q association. In announcing the name selection
R which came as a surprise, County
,
tAIAAI ,Commissioner Talmadge'Bennett praised
N r q'r tvac" the,86-year-old KLPOA president for his

long-time interest in zoning, environmental '
protection, and other matters to improve -
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j the quality of life on Kingsley Lake. -.1' ,.

A property own''r on the lake since 1946, II! '
_, .r EDITORIAL Mr. Beckett was born in Clearwater in 1898
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and refers to himself as'a "Spanish- :; f
II American War Baby". His long career.in
W. I Message to Call Street newspaper work started at the age of 16 asprinter's : .JW

devil" -- the youngster found .... oM..tJ1Stewart \ ,,
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around all early newspaper shops, who,
: L You've Come Long Way, Baby sorted out "pied" type, mopped up spilledink W. Beckett wearing til
,and performed other menial tasks that'no trademark "yachtman's cap", is visibly
one else would do. proud to have the new Kingsley Lake.
to Go! )
Still
(But There's a Long Way
From there, Mr. Beckett progressed to playground named in his honor. "

operating a Linotype, the amazing
:- in order for the community to at Community College, thus opening new machine that set words on metal slugs, ; ,
Don't let the pictures shock you. met industries or even new opportunities for our young people to long before today's computerized compos- the new tennis court and playground, 'being 1,I
tract new and under 'the
They aren't current...They were residents. Not the least of these is to attain a higher education in their home ing employed room on put the them St. Petersburg on 'paper.:Indepen-He was Clay constructed County recreational equipped program. He I ,

taken along Call Street in 1966 before put on an attractive front from a community. dent before serving in the Navy in World sees it as fulfiling a need by providing i I

sincere efforts to reverse our "urban visual, cultural, social, economic, *A grant of Federal money has been War I,and later working his way up to production entertainment for youngsters when they .''
under of of the (Conn.) tire of swimming, fishing, or other water 4
blight" were way. educational, and religious standpoint.A received to help finance a survey manager oldest
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Of the 13 store spaces shown above, "Main Street" such as buildings on Call Street with a view to Courant, the nation's daily sports. 1
town with a newspaper: He remained there untilretirement "We have needed this facility for a longtime
historical'
11 are now occupied and one more is depicted above simply won't do the having the area declared a in 1962, after which he becamea and are grateful to the Clay County !
scheduled for remodelling and future job. Fortunately, we have already'ssed district, entitling those who make im- full-time resident .of his favorite spot, Commissioners and County Clerk George ;\
occupa cy. this crisis and Starke's ailing provements to their property to benefit Kingsley Lake. Carlisle for their cooperation in making

These pictures, published originallyto 'heart" is now on the mend, and show- from maximum tax credits. Always interested in improvements to our said.dream come true," President Beckett 1

shake up merchants and property ing new signs of life every day.A Benefits of the new "Main Street. the lake area, Stewart Beckett welcomes

owners' and show them graphicallywhat town with unsightly streets, Program" designed to assist towns i

was happening to Starke's "Main decayed buildings, and burned-out under 50.000' in revitalizing their cen- '

Street'should give us courage and in- homes and businesses won't do the job tral business districts will soon be Commodity Distribution July 26 27 30 ;
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from ,
that with matching grants :
spiration to meet the challenge either. But at long last, steps are being available
still exists today -though not as bad as taken to rid our community of these the Federal government. This program t"

that would frighten away any is particularly suited to help fill Cheese, butter, honey, and corn meal will be distributed in Bradford ;

1966.More encouragement was forthcoming eyesores prospective new resident or in- Call Street's present needs. County July 26, 27 and 30 under the surplus commodities program' ad- -'' '"
ministered by Suwannee River Economic Council. :
last Thursday at the countywide dustrialist.The Efforts are being made to obtain additional '. ''As usual, the first day of distribution at RJE school in Starke will be '

leadership meeting where unanimous elimination of such unsightly parking area for the conve- reserved for the handicapped and those over 60 .'

endorsement was given to the conceptof scenes and a general clean-up of all nience of customers -- including ,.I The schedule for distribution is as follows: ''
Bradford County and its tourists who will be attracted to turn Thursday, July 20 .,'
making
municipalities in the county is a fun- ': RJE School,Starke, 10:30: to 4:30 p.m (for disabled and over 60) ';
four municipalities into a combined damental factor in obtaining designa- off .U.S. 301 and S.R. 100 to visit the t Hampton City Hall, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ',' ; ::l,

"Blue Chip Community" where aggressive tion as a,"Blue Chip Community". historic district shops'and concessions.Main t Speedville (Pleasant Grove Church) 8:3ga.m.to4p.m. '.'"
steps would prepare us for the Street towns throughout the Brooker City Hall, 10 am. to 4 p.m. in Already many steps have been Friday July 21 ; >>
this
growth that is coming to area and
taken in this direction, even before last U.S. have a heritage to preserve RJE School,9 a.m.to 4 p.m: )'
the next decade. Thursday's meeting.A an economy to redevelop and expand. Hampton City Hall; 11 a.m.to 3 p.m.. "
Half a hundred county ,and city of- And because they are small communities Monday, July 30 ,I. ,'; r
ficials, directors of the Development conference was held last week with limited sources, they Lawtey, Recreation Center, Middleburg. Road, 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. 'I .!'

Authority, Chamber of Commerce, and with State Road Department officialsin must plan carefully to revitalize their Identification must be shown at each distribution point and no notes to "spick 'ii'
various other cilia groups gave Lake City with a view toward ,traditional business districts, and to up for others will be accepted. Outreach workers will deliver commodities "'
unanimous endorsement to.t.he."BlueChip beautification of U.S. 301 medians'throu present an image that appeals to shop- to homebound clients who are bedridden. Call 964-6696 for home '"',/, ;
h the city as well as a major delivery. ,'\4\ I "
Community concept as residents investors and yisitorsr
of beautification effort along Call Street. pers, ..1'" ",, An3'0I'D'ishl! 10.rt lueeei $o assistmay >call:p rJ"1 t/
presented by Florida Department end DOT.-ha&t been ia ked... tt\. e t high degree-of Crisiiping'show 964-N)96.) : I aiM fan* ," .JloO'SdO"3b"lflHi'poa"' "r

ComrjL- re. "m Rite'+: Toward) changt,this+:the toufe 1 ;CSU. 2311' ti ij .; >?,*and Jhe 'I ,.".-.e... '" 4- ,w/o3,' .. ,v9sb. <' fins. .. irvrtOCounty -'('rIII'\l fl'! "

Th Mf1'ffiPbeen" with SR-100 at Water St, east; of the, ', $pir.t.o bon that now prevailsin 'j'' :1'1'/
-ve' 0'(0 assist communities power plant. If approved, this will free" 'the-Tommunity, Starke and Brad- ". ,', ',' ', ,1 :'+:/ ,to'

in achieving their goals for new job op- Call Street of DOT restrictions that ford County have the potential to '\
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portunities and improving their overall would curb any change in traffic pat capitalize on their strategic position at Agent's bYBObbYL.TaYI
of life. this goal crossroads of two major highways I,
quality Accomplishing terns as well as beautification in the the .
will not be easy, but those attendingthe downtown district.'Educationally carrying more than 25,000 'vehicles 'is'
meeting accepted the challenge. through here daily. To fail to take ad- 'Beastly Burrowers'On sooner noticed,baits the are more applied effective after they'll damage be. '

; With this kind of cooperation and support planning is proceeding vantage of this opportunity would be to warm evenings, you may have notic- ':Baits may be applied by hand, but be sure
Clothing is impossible. on use of the old courthouse as turn our backs on a potential source of.. ed some strange looking, six-legged critters to wear rubber gloves; For sprays, a
to be a Bradford County center for Santa Fe benefit for all I crawling around beneath nearby garden hose attachment applicator 'is.
There are many requirements street lamps or other outdoor lights recommended one that requires 15 to' 20'

;. because of their odd appearance, you've gallons of water passing through the hose"to ;;
probably tried to avoid these insects. Actually empty a quart Jar. Regardless of;!
: you had nothing to fear because whether you use a spray or bait, a second;
Bradford-Union Joined to Celebrate they're harmless to humans. But, they can application in 10 days to two' weeks will-.::
I : ,be lethal to your lawn and pasture. These provide better control.

insects are mole crickets and I'll try to ,For specific pesticide recommendations :

Opening of New River Bridge in 31It these describe beastly their burrowers habits and, how to control ,,check with your garden center,.or';
your County Extension Office on North 30K::
Mole crickets live in the soil and feed on In Starke. ::

in the history of Bradford and A guest of honor was one Gold Star Mother,Mrs. plant roots. Their front legs are short and
day
big
was a
Counties when "the beautiful and stately J.W. White of Starke, who the audience rose to 1 stout and well adapted for tunneling. Their
Union
concrete bridge" across New River was finally honor as she was presented. Another guest of velvety skin is light brown, and the adults, I FORESTRY----
i dedicated in May. 1931, removing the detour and honor was Chief Engineer William Kratsert, who which reach a length of about one-and-a-, -
linking the two segments of old State Road 28(now was greeted with cheers. half inches, have prominent wings folded ..iJ.' ; ,
IN !
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their backs. COUNTY"
over BRADFORD :
SR-100) that had been completed from Lake. Cityto Speakers of the day included Mrs. Iva Townsend ,
Grandin at that time. Sprinkle, superintendent of public instruc-1 Each spring, mole crickets lay eggs in' By David W.,Norton '
In its issue of May 22, 931, 'The Telegraph proudly tion of Marion County, State Superintendent of the soil.The nymphs,which hatch in about
announced "Bridge Over New River Formal Public Instruction W.S. Cawthon of Tallahassee, two weeks, look like the adults except "
Opened Thursday Two Thousand Attended and Rev, John Muffady of Jacksonville.W.P. they're smaller and lack fully ;developed, ,Provide for Wildlife':
wings. These '
Services and Barbecue Held at Celebration." .Axson of Havana and Hon. C.M. Durrance, ,. nymphs 'mature 'very
State's Attorney from Jacksonville, two can- gradually reaching adulthood the follow,?-,",'.,''WiMlife and wood .be grown at'$he
In a front page article, The Telegraph reporter llS. ing spring. Thus, there is only one can
didates for governor, were present and presented genera-1 same. time ;' landowner -
painted the following glowing. account of tion per year. on the same land if the
festivities: *.[ their cause to the crowd in ten-minute,speeches.The takes, a few, simple steps to'hn-
Although mole crickets }live mostly prove the habitat for anlmato;Came
Congressman
main address of the day was made by game
State Road 28 is now open from Grandin to Lake below ground the adults ','" ''
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are. readily at-t :animals: need diversity in habitat.
Lex Green of Starke. lie was greeted ,
the detour in the link be traded ,
City, sixty-mile highway to lights
in ,
ing removed last Thursday when the memorial with loud applause and was at his best as he told of Y, Y. and, throughout especially the 'summer;the At spring these,,, /If you're clearing land to plant pins for
bridge across New River, marking the boundaryline his childhood walk of three miles to the little J times, they're commonly found under,, timber growth, leave a few oaks or ether
between Bradford and Union Counties, was school house on the hill, now the New River Christian street lamps, electric signs,and similar il hardwood trees to produce food for')the

thrown open to traffic. A conservative estimate Church, and recounted othestories\ of lumination. ,, : ,, animals Also leave a few old, dead trees
placed the number attending. the opening at two childhood as well as the weightier subjects of for"shelter and roosting areas. They may
thousand.The government.After Mole crickets are most active at night ,be used by;turkeys,. squirrels raccoons: ,
a bountiful picnic dinner, and barbecue especially after.a rain or irrigation, and woodpeckers and other,animate.. ?
:beautiful and stately concrete bridge shone the audience reassembled for the fiddlers' con- when Fahrenheit.the temperature. is about 70 degrees In'the site preparation for pine{ planting. .
in the morning sunlight as citizens from Bradfordand test. First prize was awarded to G. Guinn of Lake windrows of debris and brush pile V ul
Union gathered on each side for the formal City who proved to be an artist Indeed with all the Under these conditions, they make bur serve as sheltering areas for wildlife,1
opening. The Stars and Stripes flaunted gaily old favorites, and brought the audience to their Miss LibertyNeeds rows,in the upper Inch or two of the soil. ; value1
from each side,and at the sound of the bugle the toes with the "Arkansas Traveler". Second prize ,Our'Help ;And,occasionally: they'll partially emerge. It is important to understand the to
j 'American Legion, in a body swung down the long went to Rome Parrish of Lake.Butler. to gather bits of I,loud. These surface bur- wildlife of the"edge effect":An edge Ie the
hill to,the river where the gateswere opened by Other entries in the 'contest were Charley The famed Statue of Liberty raising its rows, which range from about one-eight to boundary between two different |>Mt
Misses Marian Rivers and Mary Dekle from three-quarters of an inch in communities such 'as a1 pine plantationand
Lake torch high over New .York Harbor:'to diameter look,
O'Neal Lawtey Louis Johns, G.V.Phillips, '
Union, and Misses Hazel Adkins and Eloise Ritch ; welcome immigrants, visitors, and returning like miniature mole runs.. This burrowing a field. These' edges have anftfcer'
Butler; Bryan Pursell,Lakelty': Z.G. Braddock: name,- wl8if
from Bradford. shores is in the loosens the soil, causing plants to dry out. ,"ecotone"? and attracts
Orin Bradley, and J.O. Milton, MaccleMY; and natives to our processof However because, If.' .of foodand'''
the most : offersiavariety
Lake Butler. The Judges were J.H. a multi-million dollar,restoration, serious'damage is '" "
J.W. Gainey, shelter '
Th&Americ&tt caused by the crickets In a limited area, Ai'
marched 'central feeding the
gfon on
> a K.R. Richard Alachua and W.W roots
point" n.'.( ,bridge-and took their:places. 'TheywererjfoJJoV Scarbrough Baisden, Starke., ; .. and When beautiful completed as she, she did will in 1886 look when as fresh the, of' lawn. grass and. other. "plants, '" { Another tip'to'encourage wildlife on yourproperty )
: tct by;th -Boy.Scout Troop of Lake .ea contributed two million Mole crickets can be controlled by either Is to keep any itreamscl of
Butler and the other civic organizations of the two people of France sediment: "lW J
cost of the sprays or baits: Apply sprays or baits A:treawv,orwaterway ,
francs to the sculpture M a
counties. Prayer was offered by Dr. E.A. Mac- in 'that it pay when with sand blocked will lose
This Joint''celebration was symbolic American people. 'overnight temperature 1 Is' expected or with debris
gift to the
Dowell,chaplain of the Legion.The audience join- was held ten years after a split that created Union to be 70 degrees Fahrenheit or its attractiveness to,, animals. A hw ed In singing "America". County by dividing Bradford by legislative act in With the generous help of the American higher, 'and be sure the soil is moist. ,If keeping the streams clear ,Is to limit tagg
Commander A.J. Thomas made! an address, 1921, with the dividing line between the two being people,Miss Liberty will still be lifting her necessary, sprinkle the area for1 about 'an', ing. and clearing operations in the vicinityof
stating the purpose of the Legion In paying tributeto New River, scene of the mi; bridge dedication.This torch of hope for,all to see, Just a. she has hourbefore application. Moisture aids soil streams.:Wide strips of ve g tatlon :1n-
the boys who laid their lives on the altar of their occasion: was likely the first big Joint done for the past 98 yean.If penetration of sprays,and with baits it at' .eluding grasses and trees,should,be"left
country. He introduced Major Emmett Saffay, celebration held with the, two counties participating you would like to'help' In this restoration tracts the mole crickets" ,to the surface to\ calong.,banks of.streams; ,:-t:|
commander-in-chief of the Florida Legion, who ,after a prolonged tug-of-war for almost send your contribution to: Statue of J *d. ;Finally, the landowner;can 1d;> ood.clearing
t delivered fine and Impressive tribute to his com half a century between Starke and Lake Butler for Liberty Foundation, Inc., Box 1986, New ,To Insure even pesticide'covers geult's '. *or old] I logging roads to. puit Mod
rades, many he stated, from the two counties, designation as the county seat of Bradford.After a York,Ny;10018, 'best'to treat no more than 500 square feet'" strips' r.cwn,.: nlnet,.chuf.. and I tsttwr
who had served bravely and well. At the sound ofUpaall series of elections, during which the courthouse at a time. Mark off the area to be covered; "food The plants also rill contain ttJRWi iJ!,:
heads were bowed in tribute to the dead. moved back and forth between the two towns fouror ,and apply half the recommended amount, preventing erosion: Good presoril3"1" '
At!the close of exercises on the bridge, the five Umes, it was decided by leaden of both evenly,. back and forth In one direction hog techniques by themselves t'
crowd moved to the top of the hill where Chairman cities that the only way to bury the hatchet once Then,.turn at right angles and apply the\ toot :-in foreetrlf'toe' ", Improving H .-. -,.'e"'
Hat Maines called the speakers to the stage and for all was to split the county in half. rest. After spraying, irrigate for:: about 4tt ,habitato, ., : .ul
including. many' officers of Bradford and Union 'If thetwo, sides had met on opposite sides of the ,minutes. But, do not water after,applying. .1'T': ,;
mars, and a number of state officials:' river 20 yean earlier, it might have resulted in a .baits. ', ,:, .) 't.Iqt Y expe0 Is, urea : ,t, J
ftsMMsenUtives from the Woman's Clubs of rather than a celebration -.that to. if theydare :Baits are most effective'when 'the ta'8 f4rowing more. | mow ',O. :
.....' and Lake Butler were also seated on the to cross the old Iron bridge In use at that 1!:, Araleto,.num4r5Nt"wee: ,,"!1:,, ,nymphs need 'a lot of. food from about.."ies4. .nd leer.!:..: ; .i.
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July Z8. 19S4 TELEGRAPH Pale IA

Tina, Leigh Brown .
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL -
William McRae .r _

Plan' Sept. 22 Wadding' July 30 August 3, 1984

The Social Side b:45to9:00PM:: o< '
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown of .,er< e Transportation- ,
F Starke announce the engagement A Class for All I.Ages ,1 Je\coM MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST C'It1UEfl s

and approaching marriage of their Nursery Provided CR 233 .$iwk*. Florida .'. I
daughter, Tina Leigh, to William Gladys MootySociety Of The -
Michael McRae, son of Mr. and Mrs. "
Donald F. McRae of Starke i ,
I ', Miss Brown Is a graduate of Brad- Editor, r '.,f''I"' ELECT .
{
ford High School, St. Johns River \ .., "
'/' -" ''''''':'''' Community College and the Univer- 964-7608 News '.;?" ", : .
; / : sity of South Florida. She is presently ., JIM "
:l teaching at Lawtey Elementary
,i:, iiyj- Schoo 'J; ,. .
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Mr. McRae received his B.A 1" :
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.t ::. Bobbin Wadlwortb degree!: ,from the University of Ann Stefanelli and DUNCAN I. ..," .. U
'. Florida and his Masters degree from' Daughter ""; ,
Rusty Barrett fit i
\ the University of North Florida ands '. .: '\:. ,.:ci: I ;. I"
( presently the principal at Brooker .' I < :" ,
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JRobbin'Wadsworth.Rusty 1" Elementary. The wedding School is. planned for Elissa ,,Biggs'Tourltaly: Supt. of Schools .:i.i, ','"

Barrett September 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the "
First United Methodist Church. Henry' and Antoinette Stefanellt Henry, Raymond,'and '
To Wed 15 son, Paul'traveled for Bradford ;
Sept All friends and. relatives. are In- visited their daughter, Elissa Biggs to Pennsylvania to spend County.
vited to attend. and in and the Fourth ,
family Covington Ky. of July week with .,
j 'Mr. and, Mrs. Jerry j. Wadsworth, t<'\ w their son, Raymond Stefanelli and Henry's two brothers, Joe and ... .'
Sr. of Hampton announce the 1 r t family, in Milford, Ohio,.for the past Angelo, and three sisters, Irene LEADERSHIP GOALS ""'J'
.engagement and approaching mar- ,> four weeks. Viett, Agnes Finalle, and Della : ,: '

to riage Rusty of their Barrett daughter, son of, Robbin Ms. Dale Gay F., ,. .yBI During this time, Antoinette and stayed Murone,at and the their families. They 1. To Improve the standing of Bradford County students': '' : I ''.

Barrett and Donald J. Barrett, both Elissa flew to Italy touring Milan, small village of on the State Assessment Test > i'Vi'jsi'
of Gainesville. Florence, Rome, Capri Naples,Sore Wishaw in the homestead Henry's program. ; : ; ",.
a rento, Cosenza and Amantea. Whilein parents had purchased in 1910,when 2. A countywide textbooks ,, that is consistent "
program
they moved to this
'The Amantea, they were able to locate country from Italy I
Bradford bride-elect High is School a graduate and of Is where Antoinette's father, Fedele young, at which boy. time Henry, was only a among schools grade levels and subject areas. (t.,;:: ,f a) ,
Caruso, had lived approximately 190 _
.employed and Loan by Fortune, Starke.Federal Savings years: ago.Amantea. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Mr and 3. The maintenance of a firm and fair Code of Student ,

is a beautiful Mediterranean Mrs. Raymond Stefanelli attended, Conduct enforced by all personnel at all schools. '
.. ,Mr. Barrett graduated from Roll Sea town In Southern Italy; the opera La Traviata, by the Cln-
lag Green Academy, Alachua,and is They also found the small town of cinnal! Opera before returning! home.: 4. To develop a school communitybusiness partner
'employed by Ocala Fire DepartI I Falerna where her mother, Elisa
jnent, Ocala. I Caruso, had lived. Seeing these two Henry and Antoinette returned ship that emphasizes cooperation with governmental'

I towns was definitely the highlight of Tuesday,July 17,after their exciting agencies school-based parent': organizations and tha; "
The is Sept.. months vacation. i\ :
wedding planned foi their journey.The \, J.
IS, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and I Chamber of Commerce. ., ,. '" .., ;'/, I ..
Mrs: Harold Crawford at Hampton ,

;1 Lake!AU,friends with a reception and relatives following.are invited I Special Activities Plannedfit, Victory Baptist Please read my ads in the'' coming weeks r'for 'more A' of Y/:; ;' r

: to attend. Tina Brown tir"' my platform statements.. i. > .,> <$ ','r >.''
th above :
youth of Victory Baptist e time and place. This > ,
Chapel, Hampton will be meeting quarterly event Is being sponsored ;- f i,. .
Items of ,Interest again this Friday, July 27, at 7 p.m. by the Elfie Alderman Prayer Clrcleof PO PCX ADV by Jim Duncan 'b.np:I :I(," + '
--"'--- ---- ----- All youths (ages 12-17) are Invited to "ctory" Baptist Chapel.:' ''" 9 64-5.. 56 4 ,.,' c. .J,'r J ,. .
attend. This is a special time for the '.; "- -- -
The ,AJ..Eaves, 111 Bummer silk'flowers. A beautifully youth to enjoy, Fellowship with one '

Give Rehearsal DinnOr.Mr ; ': end decorated of thetable,.cake was and served punch from from one the weekly another.activity This will for be the a youth continuous every 1 1;.. ,. "' f<,v'Su ,_ <
t other end along with finger foods. ... \ \
Friday at 7 unless otherwise '" ., .
.p.m. I
and Mrs. A.J. Eaves Ill The .bride-elect received ; '
many stated. ; ,
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entertained at a dinner party Thursday useful wedding "gifts and was Senior Adult Luncheon (ages '80 ,. '. "i. '; ,"
night, July 19, in the Methodist presented the, bowl to' her' ,5 -. /.,. _
sugar and up) will be Sunday, July 29, at 1p.m. ; ,' ,"j, ;,.j. .,: .... "r '\ \-, .
Fellowship Hall for their selected china by the hostesses. '
son. Jay after '" "
morning services. This :) .
and fiancee,Vickie Nicuta,following Among the. the' ; ", ,'.f ;,f-I. ., "'" ,v,.
guests were activity will be held In the .'. .; I" ; .
the couple's wedding rehearsal honoree's mother, Mrs. Joe Sapp,. Hall at > ;" I \ I,,"." '
Fellowship Victory Baptist, : : ;:: : :
The U-shaped tables were covered and her''grandmother. Mrs.. Eldon,, ,Chapel, Pine Street in Hampton. All I'. .,.1 q'.' ,'/ '
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With lace cloths and held Ivy;run- ,Sapp. 'senior citizens are Invited to attend a 1 ""::1.:1'.:]f',, '!,, 1" > '' ', ,. ;. ",. >> .r( "\" ".;. .'
The head table centered \
ners. was .
delicious chicken pilau luncheon at d't '.,: ; : ', ""
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I with a pink silk flower arrangement : 'It.. < ,., ,
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: and the side tables, held white :
ceramic hurricane 'candleholders .:
trimmed in pink with pink candles. it, '"' H. ''

The 40 ceramic place cards Experienced, Qualified I
', decorated with pink hearts marked Our 50th Anniversary Ratesi cAre
the seating arrangement for the im- and Dedicated, ,. i '
; mediate families, wedding party.
i and out-of-town guests '

The honored couple gave gifts to ,, 'n -ELEC Worth :
their attendant following the din' i Celebrating
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l ner.Assisting'rinr'seriring .were Mrs.'- Gilbert S'' 11 ," ) \ .
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Gibe
Hardenbrook '-.. ''.. ,',
Don Mr. and Mrs. q ,A '. '. .- I -" -fiar!'q
Harry Green and daughter Eollne,"?"f JJJjr ** *f "'iIIl"\'*<**<, '"I-f # 416 fete'!j
.Mrs. Henry Godwin, Mrs. Lonnie ; Fortune i .,
BrownClerk CDs
Fullwood Mrs. R.S. Mullins Mrs ,
Lola Johnson, and Mrs. Charles.C. ., .

1Y7 Johns., Circuit Court + %
Michelle N
Sapp f 10.60
"Shower Honoree < ,, Bradford, County
', ,.'. '91 Day
,J,, Miss Michelle Sapp, whose marttriage ., I '
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to Ruben Liceaga will be ana
1 event of Aug. 11, was honored at a Please register to vote by 5:00: p.m. on August 'j "' ,.
,bridal shower on Thursday night ., ,,'t\:
v"July 19, at the home of Mrs. M.A. 4, 1984, as the'books close at that time. ,\ ,'I.. ."",. ."',"'I'.': 0 >,->* ,
1, Payne on Bessent Road with cot < 11 35 '
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t, hostesses Mrs. Wade Winkler, Mrs. '
t. C.A. Baldree, and Miss Nancy Your Vote & Will Be ii,. Month k< :
Support Greatly Appreciated ,\, j. 6 e,, .' '., ; .. : '
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Corsages were presented to the I'
'('honoree and her mother, Mrs. Joe "
?;;Sapp. Games were played and amend LETS KEEP GIB! BROWN, "'i.Li}, .;' ,<)oj _' O/ ,"' ,, \.,"..: 'G-I.'.r-.1 I!;
1 won by Mrs.: R.AJ GreeniJiv ; ': /O < ;' \."" '!''fh
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)j I Jack Hazen President of Starke Golf and CountryIb, ;: ,.j" ,,.,, ':ya ,

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I I I'J Starke Golf and Coffin held The business of the evening called was held with: the I following slate plembil' ",
' its annual membership meeting and for reports from the board of directors finalized: president Jack: Hazes; In a brief meet new board
JI I election of officers Friday night, July the year end financial report vice-president. Bill Adams; reappointed 'as. ,office
i 20, with a crowd of well over 125 and a report from the club manager. secretary Evelyn Chastain; manager Herb 'Herres 118club
members ftfoylnga complimentary Trophies were presented to first and treasurer Richard Gaines. Other manager and Bill Adams was reappointed -
chicken dinner served prior to the second place winners in four flights newly elected board members are as club Pro. The board will*
business meeting which was conducted from the club championship golf Wiley Clark, A.B. Howard and hold an organizational meetin
:Iir r by out-going club president tournament held in midMay.The Charles King. Al Coston and Ben Thursday,July 26,at 7:30 P.rn.1n' thSL

Ben Moxiey. election of officers for 198445 Morley\ form the balance of the nine- clubhouse. All members\ are. ", ,ntfS.couraged. '>aV.
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) Thelmo Dinkins Honored Jeremy Scott McRa Airpark Baptist' Church' Mrs. Kevin Tillman (Mary\ Anelh''nl/

With Birthday LuncheonMrs. Birthday Parti*... Revival Aug. 6.12 Miller) and son,'John Ryan arriveMonday'
r ?4: ,; from Goodyear; Ails, to '
? ? Airpark Baptist) Church, 521 N. spend the month of August with her -*
Virginia Darby, Mrs. Jeremy Scott McRae, son of Jan Orange St..will host revival
a beginning Mr. Mrs John
parents, and Miller
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Dorothy Sale and Jeff McRae
and Mrs. Leila Mundy ; celebrated his second ..
Monday,. Aug. s through Sun- and Mr. and Mrs.?Carl TUIman.Aridman
I entertained at a lovely luncheon at birthday Wednesday, July 18, day, Aug. 13.Relreslunent8.
Tillman of Luke AFB
the 'Kingsley Lake with a "World of Water" party at his will join
home of Mrs. '
; will be served at 7 the family on Aug. ?. :;
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Mundy on Friday, July 20, honoring home in Theressa. Jeremy and 12 p.m. on the grounds. Rev, Jack. Hall, .t I :)
iS Mrs. Thelma Dinkins' 72nd. birth "toddler friends"enjoyed two kiddie Evangelist. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegeroa
: day.The: pools, a slip-'n-slide and a water

n S tables were 'covered with sprinkler the backyard.A Did You Know........... tour returned of Washington Monday from state.elght.days, Alberta'
--- white linen cloths and centered with "Sesamei Street" lunch included "
lovely arrangements of varied- grilled hot dogs, hamburgers, and Herbert Thomas underwent eye and British Columbia, Canad4; ?w 1
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colored flowers in small lemonade. Everyone's favorite surgery Tuesday. In'' the Gainesville where; one day there was 8' of snowunderjhelr. ;
milkglass
Womanless Wedding? containers. "Big Bird" made his final appearance VA-Hospital._. .. \ .r pojnjwindqw.>> <
;, The First Baptist Church, Young at Heart Club put on a special After a delicious luncheon, laurels as the birthday cake, I.
womenless wedding for the Starke Senior Citizens. and darts were given to the honoree, which was enjoyed by everyone,
Festivities Included a dinner and the make believe wedding. At the left as well as nostalgic reminders of the . JAMES R. (REGGIE) 'FLYNN ; 'i:
;lathe bride Doug Sides and to the right al., father Harry Fertig. past. Also, Mrs. Dinkins daughter I
Mrs. JoAnn Stith, called from is pleased to announce (,. :
; t Gautier, Miss. to Jeremy also enjoyed .
extend her. best a family par it
wishes. ty Saturday, July 21, with his grand- the Opening of His Office :\ .
News Also after the luncheon; the guests mother, Grace Searle, whose birthday "' .3a'
1 Development were served a beautiful birthday was July 17. A barbecue supper for the General Practice, of Law .. ., .:,! -
1 ; cake and ice cream from a table was followed by cake and ice cream ''!Ptit, !
From Terwlllegar Realty.... centered with a white lace cloth. for 22 family members. ; : 'III! a'M
':' Surrounding the cake were white ..,,;1(. .
I Jim Walker and Ron Anderson was handled by Lavern Outlaw of daisies and ivy, Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp 405 West Georgia Street a'n:,

purchased 301 South approximately last week to build 14 a acreson new Terwlllegar Realty. Approximately provided the beautiful cake. '.' ;" Starke Florida:; 32091 .t\., 1 \
3 acres will be used for the car. Assisting the hostesses in serving .. .; ; ,,<"T''f!
Starke Chrysler-Plymouth dealer- dealership and the remaining acres were Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp and Mrs. Chad WelchCelebrates -\:964-4667 / 964-4874 '. "'" "./'- \ ,',
ship. assistanceof Louie '. : .
owned will be developed with the Wainwrlght. Seventeen BirthdayChad "I, \ I Ii.
The formerly
property was friends of the honoree
I Terwillegar enjoyed this
Realty "
by Mac Baldwin and the transaction i
1 lovely occasion. Welch celebrated his 11th the :' ;: '
I birthday Monday night when his Located Adjacent 't; 11

in : Cleanup, Beautification Continues Given Recent ShowerLori Bride gave parents a, party Mr. and for Mrs.him Pat and Welch eight; Bradford County'Courthous'e'':' ':-.\\g}.

\\i.. The cleanup and beautification of ed by LaRue Movers and the property friends at their home on N. Walnut ; ',,.r :.)0 t
Starke continues. The block on West was cleaned up by Norman Ann Lawson,whose marriageto Street.
]; Call Street, owned by Joan Traylor. Cecelia Terwillegar The Punk Rock theme was carried 1(1e"f
Scott Taylor was an event of
l'j,i' Strickland Neer of Palmdale, Calif., Realtor, is handling the property for 14, was honored at a bridal shower July out in the dining room where
I formerly known as McKinney property Mrs. Neer and said it is refreshments of ice cream and cake "
a good candidate ,
on Friday night, July 6, given by \eC
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served. aS
has been cleared. were
for a parking lot for the Santa : :
Mrs. R.O. Dansby, Mrs. Robert '
r; Two houses were torn down by Fe The young folks enjoyed games ;a
College coming in or for apartment Mathews Mrs. Harold Epps, Mrs. GEORGE .
$ during the hours.
George Ricks house party
one was remov- development. BUI Dodd; Mrs. Ruby Howell, Mrs. '
Leaton Morgan, Jr., Mrs. Leaton
I Morgan, III, and Mrs. James Nor

Did You Know........... man, held in the Madison Street STARKECHURCH CRADY'1'STATE'
: NOUNCJtjG Baptist Church Fellowhip Hall. OF GOD
The two tables were covered with
/say lace cloths over yellow linen and 422 N. SL Clair 964-5449
Mrs. Olin White visited her son, one
I Mr. and Mrs. Mike White and baby table was centered with an arrange- Walter F. Montr. Pastor
Whitney Rae Wise daughter, in Atlanta from Saturdayto ment of yellow and green silk We invite you to worship with us. REPRESENTATIVET
Wednesday. flowers while the other table held the AttandaMsnary

Tommy' and Cheryl Wise of crystal punch bowl, and decorated Sunday Sehaot. . . . .11 MH When we ,need him,..,, he's thereOF ,I b1aNLAW
I Kingsley Lake announce the adoption Katie Collins of Tallahassee is sheet cake. Minting. WMTN, . . . 11 amEnding 'S1tIL'
of their daughter, Whitney Rae, spending several wreks with her The hostesses gave the honoree a Stnrict . . . ( fm II
., born July 14,1984.Maternal grandmother Mrs. Huston Mc- electric can opener as a memento of w Yaultl . 7:30:
grandmother Is Voncille Clane. the occasion. ,
;. Bessinger of Clinton. S.C. and ....... -------- -

maternal great grandparents are Mr. and .
I Mrs. George Loper and 1 '. ,,.M .
Rev. and Mrs. Schiley Rhoden of ?
I Starke. children have returned from three Did You Know........... .. ...ub ,
weeks visit with their daughter. Ail i. .'. 4f Ihj' ''It
I J' PaternaYi.'",grandparent $, are Mr. Lynn,'in Esslngton, Pa., with Mrs/ -Mr; : and;Mrs. Robert i.1t'to&iJer! "
I f an4Mrs. Ralph Wise of Lawtey and. Loper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben and daughter of Los,Angeles, Calif ,'1 : 7 vt: NdIE
paternal great grandmother is Mrs.Purvis jamin Lodeskl Brook Haven, Pa., spent last week with Mr. and Mrs..'
Brown of Lawtey. with his father, George Loper, Sr. in C.L. Cooper '
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1 j Media, Pa. and with his uncle Rev. .. ". ;., : h. J, r 48vnts k s q.
I Jeremiah Lamar Scott Frank Davis in i .,
Ocean City, N.J. The J.S. Andrews reunion was '' 'J'f'/ ;

Jimmy and Rhonda Scott of 14 K GOLD CHAIN held Saturday at the-Raiford Community : [''Mr, f'{
Starke announce the birth of a son, Center with about 40 present.Outoftown ,
I' Jeremy Lamar born July 8 in 20% Off guests included Wanda tAX J asw, f: xttn l ltfr
General WILLIAMS JEWELRY*2 Locution
Alachua Hospital. and Darrel Edwards, Carla and INCREASE
t Paternal grandparents are Mr. Charles Street and baby of Plant City .
f and Mrs. William L. Scott of Starke Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned and Emma Crews of Wauchula. ..)->?,-1' ; ,
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j and paternal great grandparents are Wednesday of last week.from three ,, Vs\, '.' '
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Mr. and Mrs. William G. Scott and weeks visit with her son and family, Mrs. Emma Crews of Wauchula p, .. r.( t ( .J
last week here with ,I : ", ,' i' 1- ;;j I' ". ;stir, i: +, :.t1
Rev. and Mrs. Schiley Rhoden. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire, in spent her<<: '." .. '
I' Maternal grandparents are Mr. Toledo, Ohio. She had as Friday to brothers, W.H. and John Andrews., $." 'I :......:.' ", ;iY.:"'1.1.. '' .',. '. ;
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I Freeburg, Ill. and maternal great and Mrs. Mike Goldwire, and Carolyn .Gundlach and Joe -\, : ; '"
grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. E.A. daughters.Fort Lauderdale. Newman were visiting her parents "
Trapp and Mr and Mrs. William H. Mr. and "Mrs. W.H. Andrews on Sun- The School Board, of BradfordCounty \ '.' ;

r Riggs .and maternal great great Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins day. '; ;. .: '; ", 'f' .... .' tll
t grandparents are Mr. and .Mrs. returned Monday after 10 days cam- "
Albert Massey. ping at Hillsborough State Park. 14 K GOLD CHAIN will. soon consider\\ measure: ;' <'

j.; Kasadee Erin Warren Mrs. Jack Trawick of Kingsley WILLIAMS" 20% Off to increase its ::
JEWELRY Location tax i;
property levy by
Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy y. :.
Buddy and Phyllis Warren of Trawick and family of Lake City .. ..hi.
Starke announce the birth of. a weekend with their Mr.and Mrs. Eldon R. Sapp aod':: 3.3784 .
daughter, Kasadee Erin, born July daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Rhonda, have returned percent. : .' _
J 17 in Shand's Teaching Hospital.She Ron Kelly and family in Sanibel. from visiting their son, David, and' .

I joins old.Maternal a brother, Shawn four years Pattie and Med Connelly of Hampton family friends in in Tyler Bossier, Texas.City, LA. and.. A portion i of the,Y tax; .J l0ky" :.i squired >es. ; .,<


,. 'I and Mrs. Perry grandparents Lyons of Starke.Mr. week Lake from enjoyed their daughter a four day and visit family last- Charles M. Williams of Starke,.'a, under .state', 'l l W'1r.1" .order' for' :ihe .
Paternal is :
grandmother Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Kreisel student at Florida Southern College,
Dorothy Warren of Starke. ... and Christie of Raleigh, NC. will be spending the 1984-89 school '

., Christina Marie Bassett Christie remained three, extra with days her grandparents before year Studies in program London on conducted the International there by school board to receive;: '.$a, 0Q2>, 11 8:00:. ::''

meeting her parents in Hilton Head. Central College of Pella, Iowa. The I '
John and Tina Bassett of Lake Ci- program in London is designed to in state education grants:!, 'he're; : ,
ty announce the birth of a daughter, Among those attending the provide an international experience'for .
: Christina Marie, born July 3 in The' Michael Jackson Victory Concert students who wish to study : \
Birth Center, Gainesville. She joinsa Saturday night were Lillian Stump, abroad without a second language. .quired portion ha&i.h'Gr0jqs: d;>}' '/4.478: :
brother, Preston, age 4. Drene Barry, Gladys Goldwire "
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Mike Goldwire and daughters. Karen Joan Chitty daughter ,f' '
and Mrs. Verl R. Best. Maternal Joan T. Chitty, recently completed' .' percent. 'and, .represents :app>rp Xr rnripter-' .:,.;
great grandparents are' Mr. and Mr and Mrs. R.W.. Underill of In- her academic program as a : ":
Mrs. Sankey M. Miller, all of Starke: dialantic and Dr. and Mrs. Rob graduate medical respiratory ly eight-tenthVpf: the total:< ::
Paternal grandparents are Mr. Underill of Palm Bay were weekend therapist and was awarded.an. prpppied :
and Mrs. J.H. Mon-' Associate of Science Degree from, I
and Mrs. Lester M. Bassett of Lake guests of Mr. ;, fil.r!
City and paternal great grandparents crlef. Santa Fe Community College.Karen 'r .,,'" ." "- ',jo
I I are the late Mr. and Mrs. did her clinical studies at the,. "-, ., \\I
John Bassett of Sikesville, Pa. Mrs. Blonnle Derkman Mrs., hospitals in Gainesville and Ocala taxes.The ",
Ruby Cooper of Starke and Mrs.' and graduated with an honor point remainder of the .t 'x s'iS'lp'O: : *; ,
Marie Siemer of High Springs average, ". ,
i > Casey Lynne Cuddington returned 20 from 20 lour of \
July days '
the Canadian Rockies which Included {FOSSIL BEADS posed solely afithe? discretion of thschool $
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Cud- 23 states and two provinces. ,! of R... 4.50...Now$3.00 f.r fraud J .i
I dington of Starke announce the birth Canada. WILLIAMS location .,,
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,I Johnson Johnson Paternal of of Orange Jacksonville.grandparents Park and are Cecelia Mr., I OF BRADFORD COUNTY :' :! to a public hearing 'bnthi. :n1 : I ..: :


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1 Wednesday.' 'A Blood Accreditation 'I. ,: ';
by Miss Elizabeth Terry Oq Thursday, Mrs. Bank '" :\t1!
phone Z.33Gt1 Thomas .and her mother went to

Tampa and were ,guests of Mrs. Hospital Transfusion Ser Transfusion Services are written by a Committee on Inspection and Ac- '
Church Activities... Jewel Wade. They returned to Live been distinguished panel of experts in the .
granted renewal of ac- creditation assures compliance 'j
Starke' Seventh Day Adventist Oak on Sunday afternoon and Mrs. by the American Associa field composing the AABB Committee before granting; accreditation.:: )fl
Moore returned home :
Tuesday.
Church bad their graduation on Blood Banks (AABB) on.Standards. The AABB National ,
for accor :
Mr. and and ltIia
Mrs.
Futch
Bible Ralph : .. ... >.
Vacation School to CE. Bradford -
[Saturday O'Steen '
and
Karen Kristina
night. They had about 23 children. daughters Wild Administrator, and Carlos \' '"
at
spent Wednesday Waters
Refreshments were cookies and near Ocala. There were lots of people M.D. To The Citizens of Bradford Co : ;1 1Ii'
punch. Everyone had a good time there for the day. follows an Intensive ;

Personals.. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Inspection by specially trained
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of the Association
SUrke, who, are Bible, students at ., ','.
Mrs Fred Moore visited her that the medical, f
son- Graceville hosts for !
were a supper vI
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs; at Grace'Baptist Church on Friday and administrative perfor Thank for 'd''.'""I
Wesley. Thomas; ,of Live Oak. on' honoring their brother-in-law and within the facility meets or ex you ] 1 (

rr rL sirs wrrrrr" sister Mr. and Mrs. the rigorous standards set by ::1
,Ralph contirruec
By successfully meeting your \
Fachtmann and Carla of .
daughter, \
Did: ,, You Know........... Japan. Those were Mr and requirements, Bradford '
present similar I 'look ..
support.
can join 2,200' '
Mrs. Futch and Bruce .
Terry
,Mr and Mrs Marion( Langston of sons across the United States and t
and Dean ''of Jacksonville Beach
; that have earned the Ac- forward to
Columbia, S.C. are guests' Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Futch and serving
Dolly. Spiers. daughters Karen Futch, and rating and recognition. ':,
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Kristina and their aunt explains "The AABB's in yqu for the'1, '
Brantley, ) ;
and accreditation
Club
July Duplicate Bridge winners pro
Miss Elizabeth of
Terry, Lawtey. J
were: first Ida Shaw and are voluntary It is not legal
Another aunt !Mrs. C.E. Strickland, blood next 'four'years
bank
for a or '
Griffin !
Evelyn second Myldred'Cuttino
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Gainesville, Mrs. Chuck Jones
and Lillian Stump; third' and' Bon, Andy, of' Newberry, and service to be accredited, as Property Appraiser m''r : '

Tom and Mine Brews; and fourth .- JMrs, Steve ,Futch and daughters, many others our facility has, ,"?
RhearJohnsonand Lora:Francis: ; ''Elizabeth .. accreditation because it
and Stephany, of Starke.We of Brad
!! a level of professional and

Mr. and Mrs. A.J.. Eaves, Ut liar) ; Rosier are improving happy to report some that Ray Our expertise that exceeds ,.

Visitors during the weekend, who thoughts and prayers are with him. The primary goal of the ford County. "
is to assist facilities like
attended! the Nicula/Eaves wedding:
Mrs:Willie Green, her son-in-law
Friday night: Mr. and Mrs. Bob achieve excellence and thus .t
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Eaves of W. Palm Beach, Mr and Futch, their daughter, Mrs. Lisa higher quality blood blood :
Mrs. Wallace Wroten and. nts and other services, to pa- JIMMY ALVAREZ
.son Morgan and son, Andy, spent Thurs L6
Davldt and Ms. Sandi Tanksley day.'to'Sunday' with Mrs. Green's . ,, ,
Standards for Blood Banks and "- : .
Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Walter sisters ii) : West Florida. Mrs. =, :, ". .. ,
Woolfe and son, Wesley Boyce of Green's daughter Mrs. Ralph Futch

Mandarin.Mr. and her(daughters,Karen Futch and'

t Kristina Brantley, stayed with her e .
and Mrs. M.A. Payne returned lather, Mr Green,.and her aunt Mrs : Factory Authorized Sale I
Friday after two weeks tour of' Lavonia Griffis while they were
New England and. ,
Quebec !Montreal. gone. -I
Friends 'of Mrs.. Nellie Wilkinson '

l regret to learn that she is patient in 84 FIFTH: AVENUE. / '' ':. !.f
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Maury Overstreet is home from North Florida. Regional Hospital I 84 ARIES K I :. ,
Ftt Bliss Texas, for 18 days visiting Gainesville, Our thoughts, andprayers '
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his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice are with her. 4 Door America's Edltlon'f ,, ,, ,

Overstreet of Keystone Oaks and. Mrs. Ronnie McClellan of ,' No. 1,, Selling Loaded ;"
other family members before going Vidalia; Ga. spent the weekend with ..

to Germany for .18 month;.duty! )n. their parents, Mr.andJMrs. Lea Mcg Compact List 16.832 ,

the V.S"Annv; ,, ; ::,.Clellan?, .', ,r se. ; .Demo Sale ,
.(. .J ), I"" ',. M, '; tttftfflna g ) Mt ana"% ,(Mrs..4ljle\.j Shuford5hnd '

and Scott Branham I of and Hicks Mr. ,
Nancy, Mrs.Jlester "
Chipley are spending a month with and Mrs. Danny Shuforfi, and Bran- :" Below Cost Thousand .\

their! grandparents, Mr, and Mrs*;s'.,;"dort\ ,'.Mrs. Cheri Morgan and Shauna : .. Save ;
C.I-' Cooper before returning to*" 'attended the Hicks Reunion, in ,'/ ; ,
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school. Jonesboro,Tenn,. on Sunday. ,July 15, -
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;;,;.:....;f VI and visited MF\ 'and<<;Mrs. Broyles for \ .
: ;' ,fa:few, da.rt'heyfeturned.. through ::; B3sDDGEPPU
I UK GOLD C..IAIN'f20OH
I' I the SmokiesDd ;spent the.night; in USED TRUCKS. USED CARS
: ',i \;' '
3 peep reek N.Cfcff: *
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JEWELRY. ILoiotloes'ji. ,;:j bi.. Mrrand P4,s,rieem'Starling: were ; t 5995

', ,.supper guests of., their son and \ "
HEAP OF THE WEEK
Cody Barksdalei! 'cf Humbuldi :daughter-ln-lawi" .Wand Mrs. ( ; 73 TOYOTA r
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Frankin and 82 FORD PU 78 GMC 314/ Ton,, iSfiMd, UOOOMIIM 72 BUICK
Starling family of (
Teiin.day' with spent his last uncles Monday and aunts to Thurs-Mr, Bryceville. on Saturday night. ; ?SV B, lovy MIlM j'5 1295 DON'T,NEED ROPE +f
-, $2'9
and Mrs. James O'Brian and Mr. Mrs. 'Minnie ;Ttston{ return ; ; 4895 BRING CASH
home last Sunday after spending : : ( .
and Mrs. Lee Sparks. 695 :
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three weeks with her mother Mrs. \
II': ., 82 REGENCY 98 Olds I
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J. 70 FORD
:.' and.1< \ u M o rIloir. '"AI"Y; el"._ t! .. .' '\ \ : \ ten/ic/ SIERRA Work Truck Fully loaded, Now cof Hod.-ln 80 FORD PU,,
Mrs.'Cfiarles'1VIc ai ? ,
Cyl I AlPS PBt fC'Sh""Wh4195_ *CM
lYfryoroM'. and>Beau MaCk jrjf'' b:, $ '
9600 ,
gerald; CAT Spent last Wednesday, 5695 w ,85O.,. ;, ;' ,
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,>Sunday with Mrs. Mack Williams THANK : '. .. "I ,,
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000BEYYi,.PIAoJf nM Me 7VORD G(9aoid4rw( 7a' notuat PEUAPItu' ; WG 1 'I! 80300; SO MERC DESra"Beautiful I'. : ,\ ,"'

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I am gratef .for the -f '
WILLIAMS JEWELRY-1 LocNlonsV'

opport n i r"j tQ: ;,4 have ':80, Mustang .' 83 Aries 81 Datson fI'j

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years 80 Aspen Aspen '

'i'l Airman First Class David M. ,'Wagon : SEE BOB CALLAWAY I.
I the "
Wagon
of appreciate -
app, son Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R. ) :

ISipp nteted of Technical Starke, Training has recently School com-atCbanute confidence,you have ;\s' 3195, : :" "sls $1850' I EDDIE STARLING'I I,

Air Force Base, III.,'and shown in me and I -

peon assigned to Barksdale., Air ,CHRYSLERPLYMOUTH' !
'prce Base, LA. f I looK'forwarc.to,; | "
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'Airman Sapp is a 1982 graduate of
serving another ; I
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lItradford High Schoo1and is current. you STARKE

:studying for a Five Skill. Level In:", '. .",.". ,
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Engine Maintenance: ; DODGE : :

-s.pp is married to the formerSb&ron :
Sincerely! S
; ;, ,STHER; :
Harrington,, of Macclenny ,, 301 964.6081
1320 N. Ave. U.S. N.) -
Temple (
nd they have one sans, Josh, andMside 'Vv: Tax Col II

in Bossier City LA.Legal. .

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this business I I. to deal In : on: A*Clerk'of told Court. seconds East', along-maid --FAME dance '-with the. local .ri': '

; Notices, all (lawful builne, and', ) ': By: Lisa Alvarer Westerly boundary. 'MERCER THOMAS: Government Com- '
'th. underalgned or. th* 1 As Deputy Clerk7194tchg816 437.40 feet to a set Iron STEVEN ELI prehenclw planning Act .. ,.' "
., sole owner of ,said,' ....' '. pipe; thence North 59 EVANOVITCH: 'and ANNIE of 1973 as provided for In .

NOTIC! 'f'UBL bu.I.' )..... : (a';,,('J". "' degrees, 28 minute and ,M. BARKER, Defendants Chapter 163 of the v
') ''Ooted of lake. Butler : ..... '
OF INTENTION .&.,.p. l f, .. f. -'" 27 seconds, West, 66.10 Florida Statutes. .' '.
'OJ. TO REGISTER.FICTITIOUS Florida this 24th day of ", ; ALt FOR" feet to'a set Iron pip.; AMENDED .
'Br ;for(h)County:;, July,1984. A.D3 .' A C BIDS '
NAME"v.Punuenf ; Sb.riff sOHIn hoi In lr.- WhIH.n1Fay. / thence North 84 NOTICE OF SALE TO: All Citizen, Taxpayer -.
'\ / Ann
'" po..lon.th. following'd..crlbed ,/Mary / .Hall f 1.,1." Th. City of Starke wilt.Call dearees, 19 mlnut hod BY CLERK and other. .Interested '
'to Section I 39, .seconds'West 239.70 .
f"'i .. persons.
aircraft
: for scaled bid on-" NOTICE IS HEREBY \
,7/264tpd 8/16 ;
i'
.09 Florida Statutes, ? feet set 'Iron pip. .I''
869 to a ; .
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On. HCI\I974 CeMh4 '. ) .' ; ;. :the sale :of a certain, GIVEN pursuant to an ,
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'' otic. I I. hereby'given 310 Q Aircraft; ID- N-80', ......... ; parcel of land described. thenc South 43" degrees Order Amending the You and each at You
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:hot th. undersigned.. OC S.rlal31 -Q-0921. .1 ;,;, follow. 39' minutes and 20 Final Judgement ofForeclosure and hereby and herewith .
... : 1r sINIcME as seconds West, 30.77 feet, '
CR-le end Above oltiroft'io'bi'' "-,, given notice In accordance :
: COURT ,lancl entered In
widest CIRCUIT ,;- \ A parcel of containing ; .
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> : 'to a set Iron pip.; thence with Florida ,
Street : Hama. ohfto hltfrwit. bidder fo.' EIGHTH JUDICIAL I 1.70 acres .more this case, dated July 9th, "
FL 32044, sole cash on Thursday XIRCUIT;IN AND FOR ,_ or less and lying ,.In the South 18 .degree*. SO 1984. that I will sell to Statutes that the City ',' ; ,, doing busln*/. 9U1leta" 'IAJIOO" ( OROCOUNTY. '' NE'A, of NE'/ ol Section minutes and IS seconds the highest and best bidder Council Breaker, Florida: .f ,
;,8RAD .
Itd"; the firm tiam of r : "n. J.i FLORIDA ... 32. ,Tewmhi4",6.Sounn. East 464.24 feet to the 'for cash, Irr the First will conduct a public ', i \

ALLEY; CR-1 floce. of-' s.1.Nor; ,,CASE NO. 83-333:;; ,:. Range; 22 East In the City Point Said of sealed Beginning.bid to be Floor Lobby of the Brad hearing at held a' regular' '
,DivisionStreet. : !ethw.drldoor40. ( Bradford '' 'iYf.\ I of Stark.. Bradford ford County Courthouse meeting at 7:30
."FL' 32044: "' In- ", County .Cour'thouto, I:tN'tRE:The Marriage.'Of '.County, Florida; sold filed with the City Clerk P.M., In Stork.. Florida, at 11 P.M. Ira the Town Hall of ."
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before 7.30 ,
& '" on or Breaker. FlorldO, onTuesday
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lipids. Florida. -
Starke. .
.f1J 3rd of
,JOHi WARD :<; parcel b.ingmar."porttitularly .m. on the day
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Tuesday 7 1984.
: August 'Augu.t13;
under tbe REDDISH I.
nome E.
;i''iou DOLPH Husband, ; described ,a* August 1984.1 the following '
be
sealed bids will
oresord stotut. SherHf, Sold described 1984 to consider amending f
and follows ; properlyas .
Dated thlt Sth day of Bradford Flo.I : opened by the City Comrnlsslon the Comprehensive : ;
W ,. County. JUNE MARIE STOUT Commence at a foundanc'.f. set forth Tn the J'i, f'Judg.m.nt ,1 i ,
"}19ly. A.D.J 1984.'' InBrodf --, ." ..",:',. pnhn 7t{! r'os .WARDTWh! {' :; ( monumentlocated .meeting/ at In 7:30 a public PM to-wit: Land that Use land Plan currently to provide ,
ord County. Southeast Lot Two ,Three ((3). ( '
at the ((2)) ) '
7, : ,,
/ 4tpd/a6. ... ... '', 'AMENDED i I' August 1984. and 'designated by the plan ,
.1. NOTICE corner' of said NEV. of The Commissionof Four ((4) Five ((5)) ', "
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..... "" .,' ',' ,' I +; (14i3i1C 8' .t' '. t''*'.,' '(tor? ;ACTION: .' ; ., .NEH' and run North 0 Stark City reserve the East half of Six ((6)). Block a amended* single' family ,and'b* :

: ,1"-" 'OF INTENTIONTO ,.;,, .degree. S4 minutes and to or .36, Peek's' Addition to .'.,
right accept mobile < '
rejectany designated a*
NOTICE REGISTER ''TO: JUNE MARIE,' ) :*''.H." seconds. West, along all bids. the Town of Vgrk. ..SfC'lion s ,' 'j
; or home, the of '
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ft. 't'.r" FICTITIOUS NAME' ,STOUT:' WARD; lat' ::,*.,(,'. the, .Easterly .boundary For the Stark;,. 29" Township 6', J,T. BASS, ,described property :a* '\Ilx*' -r: ''I
:,NOTICE .H hereby given, know)* residence od': '' : ,.\..'ftl'(wit| thereof.,, 60.Q1 feet to a City Commission: South Range 22 East OS follow ,_ .tt rl. "\'"

',>ot on Monday, August.H". S 'Purtuanl 'to'S.ctIony. .dr_r;. 300 lake Wood : / 'i', found 'Iron pip focated ,Neil U.Tucker, per plat thereof recorded : lots 6 and 7 of Block$. -. ..! f r,
j 1981.'of,10-OXC> 'clOck .rks.QT, Florrida'Slatut.anotice ; 'Drlv; tutlnaV\ LA 70070.; !'" fat\ the .Southeast cornet'x'ef City Clerk In Plat Book 1. page Town' tcf, Ward City... "'', f
YOU ,ARE NOTIFIED' '" parcel
CA-IM.. th ''is a
undr1gnd..TOR hereby given ,2 19 21chg 1/26 .
: / (Known a* Breaker) Sec- .444lion .
that action for P. 618 of the .. Bradford .
.ani .
FH6KJMTWAYS., ;thq,. /tnderllgned;;,, O.R.B.,200., : County 8, Township 7, South, ,. :'
;dissotulloh,of ;marrlag' *. 1 Of sold Florida. {. ,
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c. will;sell at., lcrpcHan ,Foye.Hollqll Mary,Ann > >A" ptsblle..cords .-rw4, Rang. 20 East. ; .
hM 'bart filed against' ""* "Kf 'County) thence North 89 DATED this I lib day of % 1'ti''b/! ,y"
for seek.at 217Sjeommonwealtri Whltlen, each half H'', Vow''ar* further given'; .i, : '(
,'You required to' '' : **-"; and' 1984. I'
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are July
All. owner;* deInq"mime' you d.gr.:1l9 minutes IN.THE CIRCUIT COURT thot ', A I' :
NOTICE a o/f'r, '
fjtehsonvlll*, florlda.N YMKler| tfve-. ""' *"''$!! ,copra of your Is ',11 r, 12 seconds West along OF FLORIDA GILBERT S. BROWN sold proposed; coPY'ORn:, > ;:n:; '
D..IVORYORKJINAL3 ., !;
IT .
Written defenses ''the Clerk6ytFayeN.Whlt.heod
fan* tot of roper Porfn' EBONY A any. Southerly boundaryof ,EIGHTH JUDICIAL DINANCE I Is available for .
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Modern with rnalllna,. to the action on peMtlonf'vajtom -." "t sold parcel ((0.R.8. : ;
f9 ,
lonelgn.d ,, CIRCUIT, IN AND i FOR, th. ,.
.fjWtho. M......... 'lor..., \ed .Ve.*(.;;..1cf ..ploc.': of.1buslrreM '" ''' y who.,' ; "\' 300, P.''618)), 210.88 foot ,BRADFORD COUNTY,; I: \ Deputy Clerk your Offic{ Inspection of City at Hall, /MI. '" ?',
'oddre .
< and to !
one lot W Pap.frms at 321 N.'Tem,10 nome ( :to a found Iron.pipelocated ( ts192tchg7/26
FLORIDA ........ Breaker Florida. .
co".Ig".4.tat aAv : ( tork' ::Ft, WAYNE M. 'CARROL ,/ ',;0;. at the Southwest { ''I .' ,
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CIVIL ACTION, and :
a N | Each ,
.. ,1(3( : t .W. lit Avanu*., of thence :NOTICE every person ,,, dr
*n lllho.,, Mloml"l r3704)/b/eny: t ,.. t cor nor )i thereof; pt' 1.avlnt"any'" t" '
.to seedy .t4IIfhi. sold fktlttou'name at .k.'' Butler, Florida' '' on, ; 5;North' 22 degreesi 25 FORTUNE 'FEDER'At SAVINGS '. "\T OF'APPLICATIONFOR 'whatever In'' tt.'Interest.enoct': :!!!!,:! ',,1/ .. ;
'utoropa' dM... 'Ifi* oWe of the Clerk of 38094 onbaler. \{, 20.:;I Ii.t minutes arid 14 seconds AND LOAN REZONING ment .of'thl' 'Jt '

Ih*. plravftan' of' th*i .Circuit'' ,Court..ot, .August ,30th,< )1964, and, | *-* |Cast along the Westerly ASSOCIATION formerly AND AMENDMENT proposedORDINANCE'shouid'op.11Y15'j *t r
III. the with the { .,OF THE ..
original said
of UnMorm of parcel
boundary
4 ( Union
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Sounty-Un4on b :"M1
GUARANTY FEDERAL >ear and *heard ,
the
at
'I .:' 'clerk of ttil either .' ., LAND USE PLANAn"ORDINANCE
.1tpdp 'Count,., Florida. 'onreceipt *court; ((0.R.8.00.; P. 618) SAVINGS AND LOAN '" time and plot ,'.Krlbl'< 'u<' ted ) .;
TeM foIIIIIGHTWAYs{ el,proof of before '*.rvtc*:,an" F.tl-l'tbneY.'olronwy .... S9.34'feet ,to'a set- Iran ASSOCIATION. :OF. t ,> :' > f r",
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; "ti"' IIMo1..CarrWJ publication;; of thlt ortm ; pIpe for Polnf'Of Begl ri. GAINESVILLE Plaintiff omen- TOWN COUNCILOR: ..I'.": \, 4 J

." xltOtlc .... .,. : ) 'mediately' th.r.oftor", { ing. From Point of Beginning V* ding the Comprehensive'! ... '.' BROOKE. FLOtOA,",I4'"".', ,; .
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f,. .. relief.' .'" dmande. ,i.s". ," ,W't'th* >'I''' ;1,125', ,. minute and 14''. IVANOVITCH, FAYE County, Florida In occor- .,: 71JU1CheIlOf 5
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Kendall-Hall Phone Sales and, Service-,t6, Have Grand-Openl: : : i.g," ,


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A Grand Opening is set Saturday only 1 by special 1 orders. be free cokes, hot dogs, country Also, K-H has signed a contract Starke and in Atlanta. lines for' Starke, Lawtey and t:'
for the new Kendall-Hall Kendall-Hall is nearing the com- style chile, door prizes, and a with Motorola to construct a 350 It will be the first Flanders Steak Kingsley take exchanges owned
Telephone Sales and Service Storeon pletion of completely drawing for a Mickey Mouse or foot communications towers. This and Seafood in Florida. It is a fran- by Continental Telephone.: Hall is ',.' '
Call Street In Starke. rehabilitating the area's phone Princess phone. will enable beeper and paging services chised chain firm which has contracting with the division, ,of,>
''Kendall-Hall recently purchased system under contract with Con- The festivity is scheduled to to be purchased in the area. restaurants in Texas, Mississippi, Continental. ,
:' the complete inventory of phones tinental. The business is not begin at 10 a.m. and last until 2 Presently the closest services of and Georgia. Both Kendall and Hall live in'ihecounty .
'' ', and equipment from the Continental limited to the surrounding area. p.m. at 108 E. Call St. that kind are in Gainesville and Local contractor Steve Cub- Kendall coached Softball
I Telephone Company in Starke They do phone servicing WPXE will be broadcasting live Starke is just out of range. bedge will supervise constructionof teams here for several years .
'J and will have the only' phone retail throughout Florida and presentlyare from the Grand Opening. Partners' of in the company, the half-million dollar where he met Mayor Jimmy ,
, outlet in the area. working on the system in the K-H will not only be doing Dale Hall and Mark Kendall are restaurants. Crosby and the two became good. '
J t Phones, can still purchased Bahama Islands.At residential hook-ups but commercial also going to build a Flanders Kendall Contractors for the past friends. In fac;Crosby now Works, .
I through'-the-phone company, but the Grand Om nin0 there will as well Steak and Seafood Restaurant in 10 years has been installing new for the irm. '

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I .: Cajun Cooking...


" When the first Acadian settlers arrived
in New Orleans April 6, 1784, it
,) didn't take them long to discover
amid what looked like deprivation the
i beginnings of America's most exotic
I ana comprehensive cuisine.
I These same people, who took the L-J '
iTAVIN.I
.; name Cajuns after their old section of AMERICAS FAMILY@ DRUG STORE J, S S
Nova Scotia, quickly turned up their
I noses at the rest of the nation and settled
,'1 into a glorious lifestyle relishing SPECIAL. ;
the bounty of Louisiana's forests, its

''j bayous.marshes its lakes, its lovely winding .,,

i It wasn't until 11 years ago, \ .. ..
I however, that Al Copeland, New '\\Cl c.ir'' ij,'! ,;;1 "
Orleanian by birth, Cajun by de- S5 \\11 : I 1.1): "
meaner and entrepreneur by inclination L6' "
I. harnessed this ethnic group's ) Th hi:.'
love of spices and launched a revolu-
tionary fried chicken chain that show- 5 \ '
. ed the world what it had been missing 5
all along
! ."We have this unique taste and this
unique food," says Copeland, who
recently parlayed global success with
Popeye's Famous Fried Chicken intoa
casual theme restaurant bearing his
family name. "We know we're going
to be different and stay different
because not many people know how to
copy it."
Copeland's assault on the taste buds
of America could not have come at a QUICK DRY
I better time. Inspired by its fervor for ANTI Pf8SPIRANT.DIOOORANT I '.
the Bicentennial, the nation is only .
now discovering that great foods need
neither a French name nor a pompous
.' presentation. 'I

4" In cultural pockets across America
-and nowhere as dramatically as the
colorful triangle linking New Orleansto J

Lafayette Louisiana meals were S .; '.'_M>lJ.'J .
served generation after generation
,
I I S that rivaled the Continents best for :- i ,"
subtlety, complexity, and good old- .. ,,,".' *5 "* I 'v""

' fashioned taste.Copeland grew. up: in New Orleans, = "' )

free to sample at will two magnificent < 149
cooking traditions. The first, called 99 78e. 2199
Creole, was most often prepared for
French and Spanish aristocrats by .
. their black slaves and servants. LADy'BIC.or, :', '
! These dishes combined European CREST COLGATE, BAN ROLL-ON BIC. ',1" ADVIL, '" :. :: ; ;

finesse with smoky undertones from AQUA-FRESH Of ANTI-PERSPIRANT SCHICK DISPOSABLE'AIM ; .' 'RELIE\l D "5'
the Dak COntinent.
i iLlkeCzeole,cuisine the Cajun food ST 1-OZ.ASSORTED TYPES I r e n 4 9rroo ''AIIUTI: ,. .TI 1'
,I tkat"yo v djal69g.tb..baybua west of/ I '., I I t2Q '!I I II 3'J mit.;" JrJQ;, (
: ftC Pa I
Nw Orleans was,and is celebration i ps E i ''or" 1,1" r ""v
of freshness -just-caught fish, crabs While quantities lastIEA
,
6.4-OZ.to 7-OZ.YOUR CHOICI '
: .....1'j
and shrimp, just-shot duck, pigeon While quantities last ,
and venison, oysters lifted shining
from their shells

.. better Yet the-and Cajuns captured went Copeland's the Creoles fan-one tlril eifflif ffii FOG 1 & SfeltCl If 1 Wll

cYfor life. They dusted virtually all PETROLEUM JELLY 3%' -os Compare to Vaseline 66
their creations with tingly blends of .
; spices including and MITCHUM 1.5-OZ.Route 2-OZ.SOLID or 4-02.SPRAY 1.77 "
fiery cayenne VANDERBILT COSMETIC BAG Includes ,
r jalapeno in the bravest kitchens of all. .
The gamble that sealed .5-oz. Eau De Toilette Spray,2-oz. Lotion & 2-oz. Body COFFECCO COFFEE PACKETS ._.w.._,..-3/1.00..
Copeland's 12.99 SAFEGUARD
Powder 18.00 Value Limit 2 TANG: BREAKFAST DRINK MIX3eaOL. 1.99DURKEE
fate (and made him his fortune) re CAMAY ,,
quired every bit as much courage as COTY '2V LIPSTICK 2 TYPES -. 2.59 Or BATH SOAP O&C POTATO STICKS I ....?. ,.:,.. .,.'89* .
it took to sprinkle that first wiggling JONEL NAIL FILE CUTICLE! STICK S-OZ.MM -GELATIN DESSERT ASSORTED FLAVORS-3/99' *, "
I crawfish with hot pepper. In laun- Limits.. 31.00 YOUR CHOKE Mw1. :

ching Popeye's, Copeland bet his JONTUE COLOGNE SPRAY-oL Limit 2_._ .......4.69 00 WRICLEYSPLEN-r.p "

devised then-meager in his bankroll spare time that could a recipe make SELECTED WOMEN'S FRAGRANCES..... 20% OFF 2 / 1 "' ,"',' '

giants of the fried chicken industry MEN'S FRAGRANCES .. '" 20% OFF FOR S "' <

E\ seem hopelessly. bland by com LEE HIGH FASHION or FANCY FINGERS Limit ties 'SUU-MAID : ;'" 'B :! .
.5 parison.The NAIL TIP KIT 4.99 last I rr' :>'Vi:" .
wager paid off so well that today RAISINS .., ,:
Popeye's has over 400 outlets in REVLON PURE RADIANCE DECANTER 6.79 r -PACK' .
no.'.1....., S r;rJ'i
the United States and several parts of VO5 HAIR SPRAY 11-or........ "1.97. Ir j 1..11.oj \,
the Far East, Latin America,the Car- NATURE'S ORGANICS '"
ribean and Canada. Another 100 are flOrVE COTTON SWABSSOD'S 1.39 SHAMPOO or CONDITIONERIe-ozw,: ..... ''77' y 8'9"..' : '
due to open in 1984, spurred on by the Compare to Q-TIps< SALLY HANSEN DEPILATORIES 1.00 OFF I,
previous year's remarkable business DISTILLED WATER I-CALLON Limit 2 _.. ._ 58 ,
volume- $230 million worldwide. JOHNSON & JOHNSON FIRST-AID TAPE ESOTERICA FADE CREME s-oz. .1.00 OFF ,. ', '- '" :
"Product quality is the single most S TYPES ft SUES Limit 2 .." i 1.19 ALL HAIR COLOR KITS..... ...?...,,....,.. 1.00 OFF ," w h A'

important"factor in a successful MIDOL PMS ALL TRIAL-SIZE PRODUCTS _._. ,....., _41.00MAXIMUM
operation Copeland says, adding DENTAL PRODUCTS ... ..50* OFF ..
1.49 ALL BUTLER
that since he has been on the scene STRENGTH 16 CAPSULES ,) ? '. ,\ ;); \
both Kentucky Fried, Chicken and VISINE EYE DROPS 1oz. Limit 2 ,1.99 FLEX NET HAIR SPRAY 7-oz.SPRAY or 0-oz.PUMP 1.49 I

I,, Church's have added spicy chicken to SUNBEAM DIGITAL BATHROOM SCALE CEPACOL MOUTHWASH i$oL _;.... ...,.,.....,,.?1.39 : a i '

their menus. "I worked for over ten JBBOO .... 29.99 TROPICAL BLEND LOTION or OIL a-oz._ 2.66 ,', '"
years to develop and "
months on the homemade my recipe buttermilk 36 fipfffr> NATURAL Ct-ALPHA VITAMIN E : ., : .
biscuit recipe." .. ,, 4.97 SUNSCTtfiiN or SUNBLOCK spa or 15. *oi. .1.88 ... .' o" "'
WOMEN'S CANVAS CASUAL SHOES *342 .. 5.H"BOX ,
'.fJoI: :,:, I.NATURAL VITAMIN C ion 500 IKL_ 1.49 ALWAYS MAXI-THIN PADS S ", "
Popeye's. the official l chicken and 2 66 TWILL JOGGING SHORTS p ,:,.,25.00COVER
oPa0lTYPE3llmit2 .. .
I'' biscuit of the 1984 World's Fair in New Contouring LADIES,TOTES & HANDBAGS _:"--,:40% OFF'
ij Orleans backs up the two famous Blu* : SELECTED

items In that citation with red beans GIRLMOISTURE BEACH SHOES'& SANDALS .,,., 50%"OFF'
I and rice, Cajun rice, cole slaw,onion KMoistureWsar ?
, rings, french fries and desserts. WEAR THERACRAN-M ENTIRE STOCK SWIMWEAR, ......fO..' .. '"'.4O% OFF."
I.: F_.... ....... BLUSH VITAMINS .
Only last year not content with 0obig "c-r C., MUCTBO SHAMS I_ ,.
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too aosees 1
of + :CAI.R.C RE ,IftMS
the king spicy chicken and '
wealthy enough to drive fast and ,
cars 99 .. ....
:,1, race even faster powerboats 7O0'a ""HG :" ': \

line Copeland once again.put his reputation on the Limit FOAM SEAT CUSHION'\ I ,,

" limit CAR AIR FRESHENERS 3 TYPES __, ........._3/1.GO
lIe was convinced that America's ',TURTLE WAX ZIP WAX CAR WASH'ioxj: :..__?:'1.4S
restaurant fans were ready for a SIMONIZE BODY CARD LIQUID Of
1 (MSTE' WAX
'i,) awareness change of of taste, and growing had;; CHAP STICK LIP BALM CHOICE OP FLAVORS _2/1.CO ." selJdfor 2oq Rebate By Mails'" .:.'t";.'"...:;;,-'..-.:...",,.:;' .... 4.99'S'
Cajun "
specialties ,' -
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: created an adventurous spirit. 'MAALOXANTACD12-GZ._ 1.99 ASSORTED HAIR. ROLLERS .to 2.99 .hi,, .1.33, ., J.i.

I Copeland was ready; in the kitchen CONTRACEPTIVE Eaox OP>> !s_ 2.77 PEf NEEDS ].
and at the bank to challenge the stan .
IT"'M'
, dards with a menu combining Creole MUSCLE! RUB- :Compare to en-cay: 1.69 : TO B.. A.r.C' 0 .... .. ..... -'" ."".. ., ,0< \ .
and Cajun to create a product all its BABY OIL 16-ot Compare to Jdhnsoii's.-.1.69 ." ,;-, ,"" ,
I own. HYDROGINP&RCXIDE1! +bz. *"68- '* SULPODINi'SCRATCMBKBOXEO ,I ",,; 1\,1.,

"When I was kid growing up In INSOLES 1-PAflt Compare to Or. SCh ll'$ 58*' ,CIGARS & 14.OZ.TOBACCO TINS---. S.19 PLIA a TICK SHAMPOO*.oz.'r. "-,; T_:' "4-, ,.;;q'2. !;'.:


j ," neighborhood New Orleans bars, that we were had" he really the, When you're.serious about 35mm ', '., SHOP What ',.to, \KnowAbout S :' ': ,
neighborhood restaurants
ex . .. ., .
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;,.'i According to bl.bltesfbattle plan, I.. -" 'J'I,' .\ .. . I .. ,' Info'Eclwrd''ll todoy i s'M: : py ."'
, I Copeland will build five or six of his PftOCfftStNt* 'Wemeetalrlocal/Y/ I 1 ;of trwfiraMadJnKifrnwit. OuJcto: 'Th*!,flM* : Jf : ;:t I

new restaurants in different parts of PHOTO JXcwtMLYATIe, advertised prices on [,in 4 eaty.stops what to,den for thoee, othomgoncte ems"w., !
his hometown then expand to New Identlcal.merchandlse. : : *. Val trrobltt'coupons tor- ftntf-oid:juppixIncluded "' elw-it\ .i J, f,
finally .
York and San Francisco. If all 3ti%tllfiiER e SUSWfD' 9LOSCY KODAK .
espials remain GO the world bad bettor rmtn. MSOATIVW ,PAPIR ------ ; ', iUfcr Brjrig In current ,; your'. Eck wd'::.pharmqci> t':,con, ,:, Yot.t it "a;h"' ;

, look out.. Fettucini Laraborghini.; MAaPStOCESSJNO < .'. '
,:t. pasta With hot Cajun pork,'oysters en T. '
I \ broeltette and outer standouts from 1. I t:'.'k''I' ';S "' ,' :' '.t, '! ,'rIi"I: ,:'. ';,. j jr
I Cayetand's vast menu will be,well on, ; ., ,,'- .. \' p. ', '.'i ", ." 'i'. 'i" ".: I. ', '". v"" '
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"C"" ,. ': Carter'to Run A g ;/ .1.1zr'lr

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er GEORGECRADY The Youth Bowlers of Stark,jgarnsworth & Co. CPA; Winkler .._..__... ..,:. t t "
Lanes would like to thank the following :Electric, Inc.; Gus Kopelousos; Maxie Carter Jr. announced
sponsors who made their trip to Stump's; Do-Drop-In; J. CUnn- Tuesday July jw,his Intention to
State Tournament, Ocala, June 15& ingham; Stai-ke Radiator Service; for a third term oil the Board run of I
16, possible: Chub's Sports Center; Durrance County Commissioners, II
Terwillegar Motors, Inc. for team Pump & Supply Co.; Mosley Tire District Three."I representing
shirts; Harry Green Auto Parts;; Co.; Western Steer Steakhouse; Ron I
Acme Hardware; Slade Gas; Starke Silcox; Carlos Hernandez M.D.;
Shoe Repair; Peter Gianas, M.D.; Cowart Appliance; Patrick Welch respectfully offer my can-
STATE REPRESENTATIVEWhen Douglas Battery of Starke; Hodges Assoc., Inc.; McDonald's; Hardees; didacy for re-election to the Board of
Paint & Supply; Jackson Builder's and Sunday Striker League; And County Commissioners." Carter
; Koch Drugs; CUlligan of Several Friends.A stated. "1 believe that having servedas t I
we need him. he's there Stare; Century 21-Neighborhood special thanks to Rene Garcia Chairman Vice-Chairman and ,,
Properties, Inc.; Davis, Monk, who made it all possible. on all committees, as well as my
hna ssv .... Limmie MaseySec/Tree. continued involvement in civic and

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>c. .. .. 'oO... "... . .." .. .. k ', community qualifies m to
"-" "-,", ..- -.-,. '''" ...."...", .''' .' '., ...._ .' continue to serve as your commie
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Compare Financing'.Plans II

Before Buying Cpn puter,

< '.'1 r ;,: j jNIIA J JJ. 1: Before purchasing a personal com I''I
& .
.' '- puter for the home or bustnets- ,
Florida Institute of Cf As says one I
should be familiar with financing\ oj*;
lions and tax, rules relating tcf com.
,, puters. ,' .* '.
A.ea MG 'I bought a $1,000 system' .ftr taking .
out a$5,000 bank loan," ..",'John
Dinsmore.otecvitive\ director of the.
=
.._,...:":':?......- I Association of; Better Computer I
Dealers. Pinsmore,! who baught'the\ "
computer to aid him in his rt-tim. !
FIDE consulting business avid'"My CPA \
told me I would J have be /owlish" to f
"-"MI Mt E ERGIZER t
, =.-_. pay cash.
Like Dinsmore, ybU may find It adv t r
vantageous to purchase a computer
A I i 1.1 on. credit even if you have the.cash I
available. You are entitled tea tax

H DI l 'q deduction on the finance charged you 4
pay, and buying on credit can help I
P
you establish'a credit: .history for ,

.,t yourself or: your business. I I
I i ,/ ? In financing,a' computer, you can' ;
,
eS 4 A choose from a bank loan credit: card .
.RIMTON, w .v financing or manufacturer or store- I
.. ". ::t\'>I i1 sponsored, financing. ThU"' |last type !
'
,, : : can be found In most ',major'retatlchains !
"''c ", ,:;,; and in computer product ser )

DOWNYTRIPLE ;,.;/. .'\ vice centers. Credit is usually\ accessed t
I through a credit card,.which la coir-' l
139 CONCENTRATE 2' 7. ge 229.. venient if you want to add to your '
FABRIC SOFTENER tr; :. system later'on, and a (revolving
FORSILKIEPJCE credit line Is offered. You apply for
; the credit card at the retail outlet and
FINESSE, 21.1-GZ.SS l ASSORTED;DISPOSABLE EVEREADY ENERGIZER. the processing: and credit .check!; Is-
HDR .:'Sale Price made while you wait. -*
or AFFINITY' LIGHTERS "C" Ol "D" '
: ,. ., .I Fora small business.or individual)
SHAMPOO or t'";' YOW CHOICE BATTERIES computer owner; the bank loan may'
'h/lall-ln/ Rebate-. : :/1'I :' l" Yy'pl Uf4 l ClII: t1titl last provide tote r best solution; It'allows

CONDIT f1Rn" "" I I ""'" '' ..... ."' "'""" \ '.'. ."...''''',",.'\,.'"..,,., ... ""I.\'P,.CKO'" ., : .:" .....' ',. you;to,establish'a',ireiatldnatubWtih
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i _oz....;,0.0, ; i 88 l" 1t!lit..'.\ :atCo It., .: 'I .. ". I 14'PAC .illII... 1T"1IIW- .11'.1i ',' ,.59. 1 YbUM> calrJ>,pnkelif and>\\.IIIO'1Ii1
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\I While.QuantJtleS"last, uR I ,Umlt 2 ,....J"11." ,..;:' .. \ t u. _. .'" ..... W IO '""., lower sponsored; nl'l6l1eIJlat financing(\ thanvcredii"cor plans tdM1

Here's why:' Manufacturer'1-
store-sponsored .financing' -'- Usually
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B 0 ; GRAN PRIX AMFMTVWEATHER offers rates that are equal l to of above

'. '../." PORTABLE RADIO #sao ;.. s_ 16.99 rates levied on' travel cards or bank
f credit cards. These rated>> currently
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GPX AM/FM .
4.;.. f from 18 percent to 22 percent in
range
SYLVANIA PENN! '. ',, '. STEREO RADIO with HEADPHONES*S30 --?..;;..??.? 9.99 most states Fixed rate financing on A

BUG FOILER BULBS.O.WATTPACK OP 2 .. .. 2.44 TENNIS BALLS GRAN PRIX AM/FM \ business or personal Iraq will.be threeto
CAM OPS, -' PORTABLE CASSETTE RECORDER elms 27.97 five points'below that rite with .
.2n90'
COMET CLEANSER im. honks offering'' 'non-business
"";' some
TWtCE-AS-FRESH AIR FRESHENER .., ,, .990 l'99 ; NORELCO 10-CUP customers a. 36-monlh,: unsecuredloan $
PUREX n-at'OT:: ARM & HAMMER 1,1.\, \ : \ OIALABREWHCOFFEEMAKER. at 13 or 1? perc However Instates
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with rate ceilings below 16
percent
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LAUNDRY DETERGENT es-OL,,,.. '.990 ; i ,'a bank loan may be'about the
ENTIRE STOCK Of! DISH DETERGENT jaoz.1.09, : aasls9Las ."'w same as other' financing :ar

BRAWNY Of HI-DRI PAPER TOWELS .-: 21.00 "' '.- 19.99? Ptn rangements. manufacturerfinance (' .
.1 : The store or "
KORDITE- LEAF BAGS BOX OP! 10_ 2.49 s.oo.taa ratesare.the game-as those

DAMP IHD DEHUMIDIFIER 13-oz. -__.. ..__. 99* :e 14.9:9MILDEWDISC : KSBrC .. offered. by conventional! credit cards..
BAGK-TO-SCHOQL is
Using the 'store's ,flnanplan'
u-oz. ., ; ,, ......,79*, : usually''speedy and It:'Will) net tie up
'
1 '/ -OT"or 3-OT. CASSEROLE DISH _, ,___. _w,. 3.99 1K VIP PRO 1200-WATT LITTLE TURBO existing lines of credit you may needon I

MICROWAVE COOKWARE YOUR CHOICI ..- I ,... 3.99 I .. DRYER ,vp.. !Reo. 12.89Sale Price.... ? >,,.. 3.99' a; r jstore's your credit credit arrangements cards. In addition usually*the I,

NYLON KITCHEN 'UT6NSH.S" --x-., .,: ._..21.00 ERASABLE PEIUS.PACK' "__ "'.. irt. "" ,880' GALAXY 20 3-SPEED FLOOR offer a bigger \line of credit than most !
.. ? BOX FAN 6713 Reg.37.99 Salt_ 1c.22.ss .17.99 iIf ft '
bank cards'offer.'The average price
RUBBERMAID< DRAINER TRAY ," ,. ,. ?? ..,.- CONSTRUCTION Is
for a home computer system about
RUBBERMAID*< DISH DRAINER _" ______...N 2.99 PAPER 40-SHWITS i.: ..; ,...?....,... m' ... 2 pcas i.OO GALAXY 9"2SPEEDOSCIUAYtNC $2,500, With most;bank\; credit*cards

RUBBERMAID WRAP 'N.BAG ,._...'_,_ i. N:. _'4.49 S-SUBJECT offering a. $2,000 ,maximum ;''credit
W'' BOUND NOTiBOOKaeorPACBS. I _. ....,1.37PAPERMATt = FAN .\ .' ceiling, the store or manufacturer-

". "1V.YI VINYL| MiMOfiR. + m s COLORS, v.."w\',N.',,; ,.,. .w. ::1.7., 2154+....1..,. ., ..... r sponsored make things'credit simpler.arrangements* ". may'

Ml PINS.. "' "".!\\J.::: '. t. U' 21. ._'. .-..-- -! ."" (. No matter which finance method
.. 1V .3. ._....... ... ', select, the interest on the
-d '. PLASTIC SCHOOL BOX';_1'_ ." .n./ ..J..-,.-, + iTr 1. you you pay
MIt"'COfIfIEI' Is deductible you.Federal income
loan on
C0 Fu.'S ,SPtNDlDCDlCTIOHHY.u>, "' ,, I 1.Hi 11.981CCMI. ,. .. 'I' .f" 'tax'if you itemiM your deduct'lions
lOX 01'1 ".. ." I .au&Rp.DLU-SC--S". ..., : "".....211'18.f ', ?".And f if you use your: home computer I
.
/ : I '
i. 'I : ," ." system partly', (Job-related
;' .
TATUNG12"3SPEED purposes or for managing your: Investments
,v' 67. j h II, .. 36O ROTATOR FAN iFB-12 ?,., .. 29.99 ( ,''part of lhe.cost may ,be I

I I .TEXAS INSTRUMENTS / deductible, under current law;"If. you I
.
II .Rte, HANDHELD CALCULATOR #1100 .,." "". ,.N 4.99 are self-employed: and use your. personal ,I
and
1 I computer for business non-
BASF' .
I I ( COV r_ BLANK VIDEO TAPE VMS T-1M or MTA t-7so a___ 6.66 business purposes and costs, you for hardware must prorate and

\\ B ,./ : CASSETTE TAPES-Pace. 2._ expenses software. between business! and other

.. .. \ ,IM60 i PLAYING CARDS --'"",.,..,:;?...i,, 2PKW 1._ uses, ,
ASSeffTVO,BAKING PANS YOUR CHOicr.2.99;. .,. \. !J! 1,00 WATCHES wn or jjsow x ,..14.9S' If you use the system, THfiRmHM4 79MCH-TPP BARTBNMR-uTetf '1.!.. '20PACEPHOTOAL8UM'1., ._ you may be able to claim a 10 percent

_" .._ .. .. 90* L-. : Investment tax'credit on the purchase'price
AMMBIVE
SUPIR GfcUt S-ORAM : :i POLAROID SUN 600 LMS CAMERA ,.,., \,21"H 'of the computer.-Software for

11,1'1: ,0,:< .,. KEYSTONE TELEPHOTO CAMERA>XR3MAPPLIANCES .: :1I ?. the system is eligible for the credit only i
If ills purchased as part of tlWcom- :
(, o":' ;'., ti .. .,. ; These tax breaks couldbe "'I
I I I ; ,, ; : :. ,KODMVR puter system
.....
& CAMERAS ....._ .
TOYS .& AM'c.'S .' h. "" DlkMM more difficult to receive, however.

.. ,, '. .. ... ,, ., r" .' 1'WtN -., because of a new tax Fill I now.* I In Con-
........., f:/--iT J.r >* "I' 'M' ; .. '0 >. ., {, 10 i tfrc tiw Jf* 'S""! '
--.4.$ : A The Senate version of the (tex .bill
AOVANTAGRTMAVBLIMOMVH '
SWJKTWD A39pRTMiNT., 7 7.' : "f ";.a : /\\ 99. : :. would allow you to take an Investment!
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MINI IRON
x PRO SKINNt CURLING .J.iw R tax credit on a computer purchase only
NvPIMh1c.... sale .8II ,.., 1.88,-. s of lit for I Ibwiine5ll
LA1 IMlp. '. -," -r. .... jf at iepst 90 percent Its use ,
imHLS. .DII-CASt.CARS ._ 2/1.00; Farshorthalr, !' '!(.-t' ". ,,\'In:a dillon those who use< I F1:i
.their computer 'only{ pa rt-tiryre for
y. to 9, SUNDAY to e. ...e, Prlae flOO. heft ... JlllY.2: ....' i business would be required write It :

.... .. 1"11I. TIIA, _iMT'IQ. LIMIT OUA "f_.. fIIIIIIIII1! off with over current: a 12-year law,period allowing,'in,five-year contrast
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i. ,:''S''ShO' .nlr'c lit r';" .' .' to year find direct out;expensing-whether This1 You1 provision may want of

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WY. Frank WilMaiiis a liff or Seventh: :;'l'I"' 'ermIn'- IiOii.. ,

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r4I Representative Frank Williams full-time legislative offices'in Green campus for St. Johns Community Cob and has fought against all gun control''' Inc., and has been 9 ilittle .
(D-Middleburg) qualified Tuesday Cove Springs and Starke, and will lege in Orange Park securing funds legislation. league football and, basketball coach.:
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July 17, to seek his seventh term in continue to do so. for the transportation needs of the 'New challenges of today require a
the Florida House of Representativesin Williams has been assured by District, including funds to four-lane broad and progressive outlook and an Williams 'a'volunteer for
District 21. District 21 includes all Speaker-designate James Harold and improve Blanding Boulevard and overall effort focused on solutions'- serves as Defense Area.
of Clay County the eastern half of Thompson that his legislative leader- planning monies for Brananfield not more bureaucrats, more useless, the North Florida Civil American Civil
of The
Bradford County and a part of the ship role will continue during his ad- Road, securing' 4-year status at the laws and more confusion," he said., He is President Association and Is Public
northwestern section of St. Johns ministration. University of North Florida, Williams Defense I
preventing served In the U.S. Army Relations Director for The Journal 01
I County. Williams labels his 12 years In the peat mining in the Santa Fe Medical Services Corp Is Past Com- Williams Is a memberof
Civil Defense,
Ii Williams is currently Vice Chair- House of Representatives as a Swamp, once again increasing the mander of American.Legion Post 56 Church' and is
i man of the Tourism & Economic Decade of Progress Plus". He takes land area of Clay.County by annexing and Is a disabled American Veteran.As President the First of FWE Baptist', Inc., a mortgage
Development Committee, Chairmanof pride In playing an important part in 10 acres of property from Putnam a civic and community leader, '* '.!
the Sub-Committee on DisasterPreparedness bringing new growth and economic County, securing library monies and Williams is Past President of the brokerage.firm. .;,,
and serves on the development to the Northeast Florida many others. Jaycees Past President of the Brad ''I .
Transportation Committee, the Com- area, in increasing funding for education "My record on crime, education' ford County Fair Association "
merce Committee and the Committeeon in providing additional care for economic development,service to the member of Lav/ley' Lodge 189 F & Williams is married to the former
r Community Affairs. senior citizens and through working elderly and disadvantaged, and ,A.M., Jacksonville of the Susan Weigel" Middleburg.' They
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"My main objective over the with local government and its agen- general progress and prosperity Scottish Rite, Morocco Tempe of the have two children: BuzzieL'! o
years" said Williams "has been to cies in securing improved and addi- speaks for itself said Williams, Shrine, charter member of the 'a sophomore at Middleburg High
be of service to all the people in my tional services for thepeople- his "and that record Is what 1 intend to Volunteer Fire-Department, charter School in the next school year;and
Frank Williams district. That will continue to be my district. Specific accomplishments include run on." Williams voted for the member of the Elks Lodge Past Richie; who will be a 7th grader At..
No. 1 goal." Williams has maintained roles in securing a permanent reinstatement of the death penalty; President and Chairman of the Board J.L, Wilkinson School'in' Middleburg t t ;
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I sion.Grant you'll luv our. :
I I'' serves on the' influential .t.
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Appropriations '
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I Economic Community and Consumer 'a4k '

Affairs Committee, and'also ,. ,
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Committees. He was chosen as a HuItsKetchup : tAI '
member of both the Appropriationsand : : .'r :
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Education Conference Commit- TOMATO, 8 8, ,,. ", I
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tees during the 1983 Session, the only
first term Legislator so honored by ",/ ;
his peers.The 'j
Senator has a major interest in ', l U.S.D.A.' GRADE A, UMIT-1 WITH A $7.50 OR MORE FOOD ORDER ... '
the Appropriations process and fiscal WHOLE
matters in Florida, as well as its .'; : i ; I
GRAPE ORANGE OR ...

educational From his system.three district. offices in 5 FI3rer.. HI-CFruitPunch. ...'1 .,io '. .PACK.', ','.''..,'... ..\1., .. .. 1
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Lake City Madison, Tallahassee _
Senator Grant's constituents find him f--; o'1.0: : .
readily available to listen and help. : I

He is a new type of North Florida .'. Frito Lay Chips . . '. 5S1.59.HYOROXCREME ,
who finds it to .
challenging
legislator
plan for Florida's future while still OR VIENNA\ FINDERS '-IIi .,'....w Vf' '>:

traditional of XI.S.DA TOP CHOICEShoulder Sunshine Cookies '.
respecting the values f < w. i* >;l ,,
the area. '' Boneless ,SOLID PACK OR WHOLE NO SALT njw l l '* '***V'Hunt's
'During 1983 the Senator was .. '!. $ 170| Tomatoes .1. ..2,cSSi 1 .'.OOvOUTDOOR ; .,. I
recognized as the most outstanding ri 'j .. **?* <.&**>+% I
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member of School of the Administrators Senate by the Association and the '"-J.t.,# 1HJ: : :;'qa ROast! : Y ssaL-M* '' _* '* 7 Raid Flea Killer I . .< ..'II':' s ( _.

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Association of Home Economic t .. ...;.'-...ti -. ." .. '" ..--..-.. .. ...-... .. .... .- --...-..... .. ---- "rmRr PUNCt 9" +'5 JMt ri.lff x
Educators. The Florida Veterinary t Gat de' . . . -" .-
Medical Association named him as its is FAMILY SIZE PKQ. DIET C UGHr ; ''**""' ,;
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I 1983 Layman of the Year.The Florida AppleSauce..3 150Z1"O I
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I most outstanding first term member J.K. Brand Burgers : 9Gro.und | dunce '.., ,'., _i.'/: re' .'
$179 Fabric Softener.: : :;.2. ?
I of the Legislature, and the Alliance of FROZEN .: ,1 I 1.f

North Florida Educational TySOn'S CMOUNUvera ..3 PKO& 1 O ',", Chuck GLASS;APPLIANCE*CABINET CLEANER :i :.. :

Employees awarded him special V Glass Pius . . . saoz 1.29 \1 .
commendation for his efforts to obtain SUCED .' ;."
sparsity funding for rural school Armour Bacon .. a 1.99 ;,' ,. ""
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FAMILY SIZE PKa French's
After the 1984 session the Florida Pork Hocks . LB.69 Smoked : .
School Board Administrators and the ; ''ifR
GOLDEN BROWN FRIED JUST HEAT t SERVE Turkey Idaho !{
Association of Vocational Educators 2 lB $159 ,,,
each presented the Senator with its Mr. Gloucester I'ItIHSTlCKS PKa 1.3x118TOZZ : ; ,

highest award for achievement. USDA GRADE A BASTED Ham Spuds 99\"Yi:, ;.t
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Virginia I I Bacon. PKa : : -Y
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\ GREEN KITCHEN SUCEO OR FRENCH BTna '':'**ILhn; ,}.
J.K. Brand Sausage &a L8 1 .19 BEEF CHUCK'' '299 1OOi
HADDOCK Green Giant..... ....3 CANS 1 ..OO.f;;
CELLO WRAPPED RED SNAPPER.COO OR Steak
Frozen Fish Fillets LB 1.99 e1 : oz OREo DOUBLE STUFOR, jH"i"'f? '
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Pop Warner Football Association

National All-Stars...
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registration Members of the National League
Dixie Majors All-Stars team are t :
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Robinson Kevin Wise C. Motley. _
,: at 5:30: p. m. Bryan Hunter,'Andre O'Neal and
David Norman. ,
; >- ,;, ,August'I Back'Row: T. Hamilton Coach
r Wayne Prevatt, McNeal Johnny
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"' FIRST OF TNORTHWESTERN SEASON ,

SWEET RED !L,

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Hurse Wants< ,.-:.

Large c ; \\ Gridders to Workout..1.. ,::

Head Bradford High football'Coach
David Hurse is urging all BUS
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( ;' : lifting to make use.of the weight,'
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facilities at the field house

this summer. "
Also ninth grade footballers will
-herries be requested soon to have practice
sessions twice a week with Coacb'Jimmy .
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Prevatt-

Class 'C' Tourney

This WeekendTen

PER POUND. teams will battle it out in the
2 LITER Class "C" district Softball tournament
Franks : in Starke this weekend. .
The tournament will be at the
Edwards Road Sports Complex
Sodas ,69' .


ASSTD.'FLAVORS Junior Stars '... .
4th ;at State ,

SMAU.64 CT Mea M CT.OR LARGE:sa CT. Starke's Junior Stars took fourth '
Luvs+ DiapersICOUHT .: . QiOICE YOUR 7.99;' rt place at the state jr;boys Softball a
I tournament in Davenports last
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Black Flag Roach Motel. . .99 ,'..rSWEETJUICY weekend. ; '

DEEP BflOWN.MOUASSES.
,TOMATO BAUCS Oft VEQEIIUM4Ubby's Half ,
Pork & Beans 'AN ..398OJTl'l. HogRaffled ,
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CAFIOUNA Ili'to r FRESH .... "r MaxieB.:'Strong of Lawtey won
,3.z1.00: Large, "Green aBUgNCH.. .. h"BrOCCOIi half a hog after being draw from a

Dog; .Food. .. '. u 1.79 aPER9POU rt ." ,fund Stars.'raising' raffle,v-tj\ by,,\J.the'.Starke'\..,'.".v,''t ,' ','

vM614w'tO.ct: "'e tat' .VI\'"4 nm.Basnea.Wee .-f 1 ..y Peaches O.Sl .. ;. 1:V.,,,,,, -"" ....:.....,..-'Mlc',.. '.., "v! f'1''>'' '-j"a'MJ''''''''' ):

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Qlamorono" Rug Fresh . .. .89 FRESH FLORIDA Can Get;Help.*,, .;/ '

UBBYS LargeAvocados : Players that intend to' lay on the
Vienna Sausage. . ., 2 CAN! .89. 89" gFIA1'g89C Ninth grade football squad have an
PANTRY MOl TAOZ DIP W CHIPS OH opportunity to''get in some extra
PotaftoChlps :f 2 .69 :. practice time '. "
:3MK* Monday and Wednesday evenings

.F 'Mustard .' . . .89 STALK, PER 'POUND Ninth Grade Football Coach Jimmy
Prevatt will be holding coaching session -
FRESH FRESH 7 to 8.
6 ROLL

PANTRY:PRIDE; PACKAGEam99 preenCelery. 5'9'.;,. GreenPeanuts 79 C tra"This chance will 1 five the need players,help an with ex-

anything," ,say!! Prevatt. The sessions
will start,next week and will go
until spring practice begins in
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aouhaiu+r .1, I''" FROZEN ; ,
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Raldlomb' '\ II''I"j' :: & CM4;,1.59CMOOfXATB Freezer Queen ,,32Z FROZEN' T1ivin
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DtthWASMW Hershey DCTBWENT Syrup.' .x. r;.,v. a' ... :MXt;1.4.' ,. EntreesSAUSBURV STEAK. '$ 1'I' REGULAR SUCE(7p pR BUTTERMILK Tallahassee-In a state known, for its '
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Ivory Uqukl . ,. .. aaoz'1.39. + 1UFjt< 'MUIr ::Jl'Oft Pullman Bread sunshine residents don't and ,realize alligators that,Florida many,,

Wta'jAnv v A i. has a thriving' population of black

HeInZ Catsup.. . ;. :. o. :,1.80 Freezer Queen ,5:! FROG,, bears. ,
.1 Boll N' Some'find out the hard way when
VIO! M 1 Bag
MIx.d Vegetables. ,.. 2 PHS'IIOZ .OO I ENTREESSUCEO eai.SAUSkjRV <;.1 2LOAVES they accidentally hit one of these
auronr.cEOCNIGEN 49 lumbering Florida'srural
. .' "'w 1 4 STEAK, giants along
, a QIII' ALA WNaCREAM CHIPPED BEEF >> roadways > .
Old DutCh Dres Ir1gS .. %* .89, MACARONUL CHEESE OR MCATftAUS .. Already 'this' month, four bears ,
MsONnTa PLAI/ORS p ... 12 CT. FROZEN, ,PAMTHY..0s suM>asroER OR have been struck by cars in the north
..4 :.eo: HotDog Buns ., 2., .89 and north central portion of the state
Diet o1IIvuaD.r. BTVa-I.OO "
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ASOZOLMSVAOUOffSUCfO .99' 'Puddig pops's' : ONE GET ONE FREE ; ed.David
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Green Gtanft Mushrooms.::.:. '. Maehr,wildlife biologist with
CARPET nfSKttptt J> ; ; 'OR N AL' <" 'I ,the Game and Freshwater Fish Corn-,
.. ., .. t"i Bacon English Muffins mission, said such run-ins"are ;inevitable -
'Or4da0 .''FIlOZM this', time of the ''year

I'I'j p; der kMlXe9"MXt'1i2'' : ',' Tater. $: ,:m.oaaeoawa Check-Up.Toothpaste,( 1 .9: 'beacause.the bear it's breeding Fright season in the middle and the of '

f., ; 1 149'' MOULM Oft' BTTRA, SOW SHAM'OQ. males bavel''.expanded their home
Tots'Pantry. < .. RnuuM on Bcnu scar comrnoNEn! range looking for females.?*, .
I ill GIUART'r i" .I' RevlonA.------e'. .99; Not only that, Maehr said but It'..
i" ''' "family break-up time. Yearling
6oz FROZEN' MUSK'MQULAII on' reran OBOOOHANTOW ,
j ; Spice Stick. .. . 1.29 bears are being driven off by their.
; $ : .Pride : uoz ; parents and'having to establish their
'16 P' 't' /4/sI Tort MEDIUM OA HARD own home range.:Their leaving allows
tI>ii.J., ._""- '. :.*>:! '">! .' Tele Toothbrushes, ". .' ", 411 room for the next Utter of.cubs In
,. f'IEQIJ\.AA' OR PINK .- fact, 'most of 1 the collisions involve'< ;
these yearling bears." r

Maehr has been working on black"s' .
,t WNEE: ; 'resea< 'BII Wildlife Reaserch Laboratory in ,;ii
S VI ',0' c s ..J ,G); i Gainesville! and' said ',the;':blMest a
r PACK'S' : collisions' '
.number of (far/bear occur
Old. :12 oI.J r R" ,I :I COCk.COLA, 1., '"., I 2.OZCAN. ,. I in the/ CypressCollierCounty ',

I :BLEND$ [I. I 'DIET COKETAB,.SPRITE, I ,''Milwaukee 1 J/ :area,'' followed' by the 'Ocala area and (;"' ,,.",-,'
I I then the. panhaa gponot1the/ < "
I 'MR P1B8 OR MEUXJ YEUX> "
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COFFEE I I s PAGE 169Zno:;PLUS DEPORT I : 39"R rotate $ -vv "i'a' : _
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A.bQ CIA U,130!CNI I.'' YOU PAT IIIP PUJ9 DEPOSIT WTTH I .3"0 He predicted the bears would continue ,, +;
.I UMfT-t OOUPCN' PER'OOQOTHMUWEDNEl rtE>4. THIS CXXIfCN.' UM1T-1 COUPON to move around through July ,
I' .. 1 1 Pen ITEM.GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, I 't.IGHt before setting up their home ranges fr
{IL ... AOOUBT1, tS8-,',_> j". .. ,L r.r.r APQOST... t8M J Tragic bathe loss. of the bears to ?'
pl" ir.M. ,., 41W.1." w.cMI. ,' ". M'rr ? --,--r-- ,', automobiles, is, when, one occurs I
said the Commission ."
Maehr has been ;v
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'Pttdr I examining the carcass. Information :
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ji y I1: ''a' LGER I ,, ,' ...'.. .. .. ,t2 been obtained from 4arcaeiM. .. ._f...wi4. ,.i !
the $'! ."
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one bear's lowa eR I
>; /; 'KKMG') "/ I I .: . .. I'II ''If / ...... vas filled with alligator ,", he f< "7.' ,'
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f.vannmit I.\ ,' I' : .. ,,, ,,' ?' : said;,.mat bear hadbee.*, M '* MM
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kEYSTONE HEIGHTS CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work 473-4006 9/24 tfnchg W7 4 WO Scout 4 speed 4 cyl $700 chen w/BIRO and dishwasher. (Drape, also piano and daybed.
REALTY REALTOR kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. AMWAY PRODUCTS. Coll to place' your 473-7824 Itpd 7/26 '. carpet plenty of closets, celling. Brooklyn Bay road, call 473-3271 for Information .
Rental) Property Available Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after orders Need extra Income? Call u* for WILDCAT 473-7824 HIDING! MOWER 8 .hp. $350 beam, malntance free, energy elfielenf. tad 7/26 .
e ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntrallocotlon 5:30 1/5 tfnchg detail. .73.3671.5110 tfnchg Itpd 7/26 Well and Septic tank. Many extras. .
: on HWY-21. 850 sq.ft. $300 p.r mo.fi' CARPET p.m.AND VINYL Repairs and In. LONCNECKERS BLUEBERRIES. U-PICK OR FOUR PIECE couch $65 473-7824 Itpd ,. Beautiful Setting on I1/ acre HELP WANTED
stallation Free estimates. Ten year WE PICK ON ORDER. Open Man-Sat. 7/26 Crystal Lake one of. Keystone Height
2BR COTTAGE .. LAKE BROOKLYN experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for a.m. 6 p.m., Sunday 2.30 p.m. .6:30: BED LINER for Import truck-lang. bed desired lake*. Very nice and 4 must to
: k weekly $200 plus refundable $50cleaning Craig. 5/17 tfnchg p.m. Eailton area and see signs $300. Call 473-3488. Itchg 7/26 see. $74,500. Call evening or EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER Salary
. deposit HANDYMAN All kinds of home repair, 46B-2483 or 473.2702.6/14 tfnchg SOFA BED good condition, Call weekend Keystone-473-4197. Noanswer guaranteed. Taking application, at
: 473-4108. 726.HOUSES Sand) Hair Works, SR 21 between
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i ., mobilehome repair, and fix-up need. 71 APACHE POP UPsleep 5.6 stove, Icebox \ Jacksonville ,7254813.
j/ tl.J MELROSI- 2BR. 2 Both home, fireplace, No lob too small. Minor plumbing sink new tire and gears """" 2tch0 7/19-26 Keystone* Melrose. .21.0.1112 tfn
I screen porch, utility room, ovallabl. repair Cleaning service. Light .haulIng Sl,200-negotlabl. Call 473.3571-2 tpd FOR SALE R''
July 15. $325 a month Call Jim 473-3671 day evening. TILLER PLOWfor Gravley Tractor, B blade LAND FOR SALE fli RQonis *
""I 5/17 tfnchg. dish harrow; 1 horse drawn smoothing MELROSE AREA-CLAY COUNTY. Energy ,I I
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY STEAM CARPET CLEANINGiS Room harrow and 1 horse drawn scoop.. efficient home, complete ready to ;100 FT LOT. Hillcrest Lake $500 down. To Rent
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Realtor.473-461 house special $80.00, 7ft sofa or 2 chair 473-3100 2tchg 7/19-26 move in at $39,950. Term arranged.. $120.02 month. Call 473-4058 after 6.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR furnished special $45.00. Quality work Call REFRIGERATOR 25 cubic feet side by Phone 475-3009 or 473-2187 to see p.m. tfnchg 7/12tfnchg. / *
A/C $170 a mo. plus deposit. 684-6634 473.7009 or G'vllle 3767667. 3tchg side, Frlgidalre. 6 years old, good con model. 7/12 tfnchg. ,127 COMMERCIAL. Lot betweeen Midway Weekly MonfhyOr i
OCEAN FRONTSt. Augustine Beach r-12/26. dltlon. $300. Call 475-2186 Itpd 7/26 KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATESi 3BR.2B C.n. and Melrose Hwy-21 $500 down. By the Night j
New 2BR condo fully furnished 3-day- JIM AND JOYS- Home cleaning service. STANDARD POOL TABLE $125, Franklin tral H/A w/w carpet; fireplace, Ig, .' $124.83 month. Call 473-4053 after 6 Located by
week-month pool tennis, racketball Free estimates. Call 328.1371 or Wood Stove, Good Condtlon $150 Call fenced yard $43,800. 473-7164 offer. 6p.m. .: p.m. 7/5 tfnchg Storks
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2BR FURNISHED Mobil. Home,with A/C SERVICE WATER PUMPS AND AIR CONDITIONERS KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES' New roomy -Reason bl.Rates-
: Dyke Electric Motor Co., 3BR 2BA Home. Garage, Laundry Subscribe Today I
$170 month plus deposit. 1-684-6634 For emergency services 473-7706 roam CH/A. wooded lot near golf Want Ads Get Results LAKE REGION MONITOR Magnolia .Hotel
2 IA MOBILE HOME- '
FURNISHED 2BR. Keystone Heights 4tpd 7/19-8/9 course. See to appreciate.. By owner
CHI A, on boating private watersport lakefront. Lorg.allowed.Mowing op.nd.ck NORMAN'S Yard mowing Itpd 7/26 S54.OOP 475-2398 4tpd 7/2
f furnished. Couple with one NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call -

child. No pets. $300 mo $150 deposit. Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance r. .more Starke Ads. .
Call Jox collect 725-8945 2tchg 7/26- Lawrence Blvd., Keystone

FURNISHED 2BR/2BA Mobile home, Height. 473.7272.7/19 tfn HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE
lakefront private drive A/C Keystone NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call Chuck HELP WANTEDA

Melrose area Single party or couple Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance, 'i /' : University of
only. No p.,. $175 mon'1 'ly, $100 Lawrence Blvd, Keystone Heights SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE Florida hot expanded opportunities for I9B3 NIGHTHAWK MOTORCYCLE, 650
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deposit. Call Jacksonvil cot'ect:: .73.7272.1/19 tfn MANAGEMENT position In Mocclenny. secretaries and typist and are accepting $2.000; 15 ft. aboveground swimming 3,/. TON AIR COND. COMPRESSOR Unit
725.8945 72682.PANELLED Good starting salary.,AC 2 BR opt. In. application for all part or full pool. .Sear Best $400, 1977 station '., heat pump (GE), opprox. 5 yrs. old.
OFFICE R RECEPTION AREA MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS cluded. House Ins. Plan available Additional time High school graduation and up to I wagon Mercury Marquis, $2100; 1975 Pries Neg. Contact owner offer 6 p.m.
Available June 15. .Parking SR-21 In fringe benefit. Call 1-466-3534 2 yr. secretarial/clerical experience Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham, $1300; 964.5129.1112 3tchg 7/26
173.7707.517 tfn ANONYMOUS Closed for interview 7/05 tfn Min. tvolng speed 35 ''WPM. Also 25 ft. house trailer w/AC & Heat 11PT.. SLIDE-IN CAMPER: Self-
Keystone shops. for medical of. meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSERi ,Salary vaif, -'. spotting salary plus excellent $1,000, 5.8'utility trailer $200. contained. AIC", gas ,or electric
OFFICE SPACE Suitable meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, Mon. guaranteed. Taking application at fringe benefit. Apply at Central 9645263. Itchg 7/26 refrigerator, furnace; hot,,, water
fices. Available Jun. 15. Parking SR-21 day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational Sandl's Hair Work, SR 21 between Employment Center 4th Floor, University SEARS KENMORE ELECTRIC RANGE ft heater $1800 Call 964.8278.'7/193tpd
i N. Keystone shops 473.7707.5/17 tfn Building Community Church 473.2790 Keystone and Melrose, 475-3140, 7/12 of Florida Gainesville 32611. DISHWASHER Excellent condition. 8/02' ... eK.;>

or 475-2130. tfnchg the EEl/AAe. 7/19 2tchg 7/26 Selling because of remodeling WHIRLPOOL, PORTABLE DISHWASHER!
WANTED, OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR lit Full 964-5033. Itpd 7/26 Good condition. Call 96..6254.;'Itchg,
fees or weigh Ins. Open meetings MOBILE HOMES time position available./Applicant must :'REFRIGERATOR: 22 cu. ft. Amana with 7/26 :'<#';:'
CARPOOLto Jacksonville. 4751513. 4tpd Tuesay's, 7:30: p.m. Community Church FOR SALE have 2 yrs. exp. In sewage treatmentor Ice maker 964.8816. Itchg 7/26 TABLE a 4 CHAIRSi Dark pine'"' Ethan
1112.8/2. Educational Building Keystone water purification. plant will hold a VICTORIAN ft OAK FURNITURE: Allen rocker with cushion Country
SECRETARY TAKING VACATIONor someone Heights 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg current operators certificate, In' compliance Glassware, and bras Good used fur. Club Rood. 961.5667.7/12 2tchg 7/26
tick In the office I will fill in for BINCOrAMERICAN LEGION HALL- Post SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER 'Hwy. with Florida Statute. 403.101. .niture. Wilson Antiques, 3Yi mile on
you. Good references Call 473-2898. 202 SR-21 north. Keystone Heights.Saturday 301 N. Starke. 964-4414 or 9644778. Full state benefit pkg. Contact Mrs. South 3OI. 7/19 4tchg 8/09 HOMES FOR SALE
after 5 p.m Bingo, 7:30 p.m. Public In. Come out and check out the bargains. Kearnior Send State of Florida application 10 CU. FT FREEZER, White Cold Spot.
tfn vited. 5/31 tfnchg Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvarei for a great with copy of certificate to Work good $175. Ice Maker, $15 for
LADY experienced In health car. will SELL OR TRADE Yamaha Console Piano deal. For more Information call Roy Northeast Fla. Hospital Personnel, refrigerator. 909 Cypress St. 964.6809. FORECLOSED HOME-HAKE SANTA FEt 2
come Into your home. If you have a excellent condlton for a horse of equal Well;, after 5 PM 964.525126 tfn Macclenny, FL 32063. Ph. 9042596211. Itpd 7/26 __ BR, 1 BA. $29,500. Any reasonable offer .
n..d call 473-2041 for Information. Can value. Piano priced at $1300. Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Handyman Special. ext. 125 EEO/AA Employer. Itchg 7/26 40 ACRE FARM High A Dry) Half In" will be considered, 964;5010.I, 3/08
furnish references on request 10 years 473.2183 or 473-7947 tfnchg 7/26 12x60 Champion. Nothing down and cultivation; Half In woodland with sprig tfn .
experience. tchg 7/26 PAC RAT Buy Sell and trade. Used $35 month. Needs kitchen and bath. FOR SALE fed creek. Fruit tree MH lot with 3 BR, I BA: Furnished, 11x24 screened
WANTED TO BUY old (ewerly, bated furiture applicances, household Items, 473-7560; others from$69.9'.6128 8tpd hook-ups. 3 BR house. ,964-8548. 7/26 '; *'j parch, 10x20, workshop,;,* V4 acre.
handbags, old lace, buttons, belt collectable, glassware, old jewerly, 8/16 .: -. 2tpd 802ADORABLE 'gaix 9648417 7705 4tpd '/..
buckles, etc. Call 473-2183 or 473-7947 tools, etc. tfnchg 7/26 1983 SKYLINE: 28x48, Central heat/air.3 BRADFORD LIME ROCK SALES: 782-3172.Lawtey. PEEK-A-P00 ,PUPPIES j CEDAR HOME ON 4 PLUS ACRES: 1 8R'2
tfnchg 7/26 .. BR, 2 BA. Take over payments.. No .'2/23 tfn Wormed. $100. Seven week old. Call' 0\BA. CH8A. Firepkco. Approx. i U Otq.ft .
CHILD CARE I will care for you child In CARS TRUCKS equity 4682372. Call after 6 p.m. Itch SIMCO SADDLE For pleasure riding. 9647056. Itpd 7/26 Priced to sell 964-S691. 7/19 3tpd
my home. Starting Monday, July 30. 7/26 Beautiful markings. Used a few ,times FORD BOO FARM TRACTOR $2,450. 8/09
Call 4733342. Itpd 7/26 & BOATS 12x52 MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 ,BA.'Win Very good condition. Look like new, Phone 7823239. Itpd 7/26 VERY LARGE LOT W/HOUSfcV., Centralheatair1 '
dow AC. $3300. 4732317. Itchg 7/26 $220. 964.1512.6128 tfn 1975 CASE BACKHOE DIGGER. 580 BModel ;: 2 BR ': BA.: ,wall to wall'
Steve 10x50 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. Window PIANO FOR SALE: Wonted-Reasonable 1976 Ford Dump Truck both for carpet; washer/dryer, stove & garbage
Broadway 1970 FORD TORNIO 78,224 miles PB, AC. $2300. 473-2317. Itchg 7/26 party to assume small monthly $10.500.: 1977 4-Wheel Drive w/Power disposal. Near by City, Park. Sun porch
TREE SERVICE PS. recently tuned up. 1984 FLEETWOOD 14x70; 2 baths. Excellent payments on spinet/console piano. steering and brake and A/C. Long and fireplace Cri H,.9o4-7236. for appointment .
$1.000-Negotiable. Call 4733571. 2tpd condition. Pick-up payments, Can be seen locally. Write: (Include wheel base V-8, big tire. $3250. Call 7/19 2tt': g 7/26 '
Removal 1961 FORD BUS: 6 cyl. Seats out. Runs $240 per mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT.Just phone number) Credit Manager P.O. 9644897. Itchg 7/26 4 BEDROOM HOME Large LR. large DR.:
Trimming Geod--$450, 1970 Honda 175 CBI00. good credit. Olln's Mobile Home Box 521, Beckemeyer ILL 62219. 7/12 COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stark. kitchen with eaKIn bar/ lots of
Both for $S25 CASH. 473-2879. 7/26 Sales, Starke FL Hwy, 100 W. 7/19 tfn 3tch 7/26 Truck Stop, south of Starke. 9648212. cabinets; newly carpeted, painted and
i Stump Removal 1 12x60 MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. Owner FOUR CHICKEN BARNS 30 ft. x 500 ft. 11/24 tfn decorated, large fenced yard. .13,500
Firewood will finance with down payment. Equipment tanks, fans, etc. Call MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES: Windows a ..will consider holding small.2nd me
Free Estimat I! 964.5734.7/19 tfn ,964.7893. 1lt9 4tchg 8/09' doors, ''plumbing and elec supplies, tgage. Call 462.3998. 7/26 4tchq 8/16
? HORSE LOVERS-BUY THIS 1977 24x60 4 MISCELLANEOUS: .Refrigerators-Sears furniture BARGAIN CENTER I. 3 BR. 2 BA BLOCK HOME FlreplcK .t.
473-4732 Lake Area BR, 2 BA. Only'$10,500 and rent thepace Cold $85 Keivinator\ Model lR; mile Also South of Starke, 3/01 tfn: trol heaVair, 23 acres.oll paf' After 5 'P.M NISSAN with pasture or, move.-it.; $140; EI.dric''rbnge.--.tlnJjlh, ;JHH. .SHASTA TRAVEL TRAUERir $.4f- ,Ad"'*.oecon trees i.2 miles from 8r&i 1
Imported Auto ServiceFactory 9644993. t tchg 7/26 '$50. dE.$80':; Sears Avot jo. $130: contained 6 cu ft. gas/elec. ford Hospital; Inc WilsohrRov ) .b iSR230
Keystone Heights f 12x40 WITH EXPANDO living room;:tub washing machine-G.E., $50: lounge refrigerator, 3 burner stove w/oven. A. 964.7264 or 473.3305. ,
Licensed & InsuredDavis Trained Mechanic All Work Guaranteed ly furnished; Central heat/air; 2 BR,.2 Chair beige fur excell. cond., $75. 12-Volf water system Sleeps 46. 7/26 .<
415.1042Hwy.26.Melrosemergency BA with fireplace, washing machine Call after 3 p.m. Raiford. 431-1200 $2,0OOMUST SELL. Call 473-4032 7/05 SUNDAV-OPEN HOUSE AT SAMPSC:"t
Service Mobil.Phone 475-6650 and much more On Vi Acre lot with 7/26 2tchg 8/02 tfn LAKE: I to 5. Nev. 'lakefront, o/o '
Tune-Up to Major Engine Work septic tank and central' water. 18000. MUST SELL Quarterhorse Buckskin ROOF COATING SALE S gal.' aluminum Deerfoot Troll. This home hoe It all I US
Owner will finance. Balance at 12% Mare. Make offer.96/-7725. hchg 1/2&; $30; white acrylic $35. Save Even 301 to C.227. to right on C.225 to righton
with $4,000 down,No qualifying Large IS FT. TRAVEL. TRAILER Many new Morel Call for free estimate. We apply Edrnond Drive to ,sign ERA Don
Tree Service discount for cash 473-2317, 7/262tchg features. Ready to roll $1200. roof coatings Clean and install gutter Jones & Associates, Inc. ,Realtor
.33 Yrs. Experience Over 100 Channels 8/02 964 8498. Itpd 7/26, and clan Call 964-8961 after 744.4,644. t tchg 7/26
PIANO, Must sell No pressure 3 BR, _1'BATH CB HOt't, \ town. Carport
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.Tree Removal l Pruning Home Satellite Systems, Inc 7126 $35.000. Negotiable 7,26 2tpd 8/02
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473-4873 721-0433 3-Keg Draft Box. . . .$800 DINING ROOM '' !

Electric Table Top Fryer.$300 SUPERVISION .
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Toastmaster Bun Toaster. .$150 Captain D's' The __ .. .' $t.rke). Florid,_ A..C- To Your House

FLORILAND 2 Dr.. Upright Refrig. . .$800 volume fast Seafood- Restaurant highest ", '*Bedroom, Brick Veneer Horn** CRE'b' DELIVERY

Ice Machine. . . . .$500DiscoEquipmentComplete In the U.S.A.We \ [ 1V4C Bath, ",CH/A'. Carpor'.. Utility Room_ '

REALTY are now Interviewing lora: "irpetlng,, i
$1,000.00GARDEN unique mar.aje ,.lent position On Your LotStarling TRAMPOLINE1SALE/
964-7700 which la a big reason we've : __ '. .
grown from restaurant In 1909to ... ,.At .' '_ _
393 N. Temple Ave. RESTAURANT over 460 In 1984. A Dining :
Vernle P. Odom 800 N. Temple Ave. Starke Room Supervisory Management $33' 8. 0000} $2 99 'i 1'' "
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BrokerOKIOWNER See Robbie Robinson responsible th* I _'
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SELL ; ''People. Call us to discuss your Also nave' lots & Acreage Peiele CURLfS CYCLES '. ..
PRICED RIGHT: Assum. future with Captain D's ; a. 'inlormetlea. j .>\
\ 11'/.X mtg. FR, 3 BR, 3 BA. Good SalaryBenefitsFuture'Call '2.11EOC .96406853 Hw/ 3015uvr. 964-od> i iFree ,
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cloth. kltch.n owner. Good tins SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK r '
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.tc. 8:30 a.m. -2 war.:30 p.m.jewelry 1421 Randall llneni, .1914 CADILLAC DEVILLEi Sedan) "4-door,; CHAIN UNK FENCES Installed Freeestimates ',. : W.from Call Starke city limits. Clean Hwy. 16 ,1': REALT
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Both In excellent condition. 9647184. Tommy Reddish 964.8559,3/29 rent. I
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FOR SALE OR RENT MACHINE QUILTING Crib 468.1323.10/07 tfn. & !! PHONE 9647776
; 197. BUICK REGAL Blue with white vinyl' to King size. Shop Compare CECILIA
top, power iteming, brakes 4 AC. Also have quilt for sale. Assorted'.,,t'' .STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly Special Insurance for 205 N. Temple, Starke I Lip
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( 168.2830.7/' 3tpd 7/26 964-4968 offer 4. 7/19 2tchg 7/2 .'.- 964.8122.6/21, tfnchg ,"', I ." "BRIGHT pie Ave. 7/28 tin i .*AU types of home- -Special-
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BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENTi Wilt also 1912 CAMAROt Power steering; power THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ? poslte Stark. Post Office Must see to owners policies for REDUCED I This won't last long at $39.0001 I
I build for tenant. Also will Invest. 301 S brakes, AM/FM. 5.0 Liter V-8. 8000. & l ,
Rt. 18. 6 mile S. of Stark.. 7/19 4tpd 964.8721.1/12 Hn WANT TO STOI"TItAT'S ? appreciate. Affordable rates. mobile homes., 904 Ralford Rd. Comfortable 3 Ig. RR't, 2

I BUILDING FOR SALE OR RENTi 24x64 1975 CHEVELlEt 4-door sedan. 9647276. Alcoholics OURS ROOM W/SwImmlng FOR RENT pool BY":Mold THE MONTH service, Call,for Quote full baths. :Encl. garage;, schi'd porch,

f Will build for tenant. Horn 2 Ac. Will Itehg 7/26 Anonymous9644150.9Um4.9644434 linens Included R..tauran1 and lounge' Olin's Mobile fenc'd backyard. CB horn.. $Storage bldg.

r lnvst. Rt. 301 and 18, 6 mile S. of 1975 DATSUN.2101..peedj; A/C.$900. ALANON .on prcmls. Utilities', Included. Pav'd driveway. Nicely landscaped

Stark. S.. Tony or call S'K" .IS 964-5997.IT TRUE Itpd 7/26 FAMILY GROUP .. $300/mo. Free parking: Econo I Lodge ofStark. Homo Sales .............. '\I, ,
I YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR
1-8I3-6S9-BOI1 '
4 I 7/26 4tcho 8/16 $44 1: Through the U.S. Government., 14-421 ..964-7600.' 5/03 tilt Elaine M. Olin, Agent WOULD YOU BELIEVE 10.99%
8/i4' NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS 'for 4 BR 2
I'd thru |
4t i MOTORCYCLES Get 1-312-742-1142 the facts, ext. 609.today 1/26) Call EOW LAWN NEED MOWING Shrubs'' need ,. BA apt:For more Information call Lake, 9 4-56Q6 ., Financing for 30.Years?

9/06 pruning? Phone 964-4116. 7/26 2tpd Butler Apts., 4963141. Equal Opportunity Call us for more Information"
HONDA 1980 8/02 Housing 6/7 tfnchg *,
77 MOTORCYCLE Also 4x8 CHEVETTEi Two door automatic. Ex-
utility trailer'. 964.8792.7/19 7/26 cell cond. $2500.080.964-6741.1 LAWNMOWING SERVICES We will mow .LOT IN MOBILE HOME PARK). Keystone VACUUM ..q'.t.
2tpd tchg IIO'AMI dome
j, 7/26 any size lawn. Whether It's large or Heights. $55 month. Across from lake ROOM TO I This 255 Is locatedon

; 1977 DODGE VANS Tradesman 200; 318 small anywhere In Bradford or Union Geneva. 473.7560.6/28 8tpd 8/16 SALENEW 3'/i Ac, w/3 BR,S BA I CHI A. Beautiful panellingand
BUSINESS counties or adjoining areas. 485-1861 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobil. home 2 BR attractive fireplace SP $10S.000,
{{ OPPORTUNITIES V-8; AT deck; PS, ;cruise PB; AC.control AM/FM stereo- or send us a card to George L. Hoyt and Across from lake Geneva $155/mo. & USEDWe 230-Ai Beautiful 3 at. High ft Dry with CB home _
tap. captain'sseats
sofa bed, carpeted and panelled. Son P.O. Box 116., Breaker, FL 32622 Furnished/Unfurnished.' 473.7560.6/28 Finance Our Own ,.w750aq.ft. 3 BR. I BA. IK.La,.kitchen w/plenty of i
cabinet. SP 65500.
7/12 3tpd 726HOMEMOBILE Stpd 816FURNISHED
$2750 cash. Ph. 473-4508. Itpd 7/26
KIRBYS
i 1 OWN YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, 196 PONTIAC TEMPESTS' Trans needs. HOME REPAIR SERVICE 'I 1 BR DUPLEX Nice with' QUIET LIVING 3 BR, 1% BA. Located el 1320 SearIng .

,I Ladles Apparel Combination; Accessories work. Body real good. $250.131.1177, All repairs large and small. Serving private yard! and drive No children; no ROYALS St. CB w/appro 1700"q. ft: N.w..K.II.wln."ow. .
Larg. Size store. National Itpd 7/26 Bradford Clay 4 Union counties. Free pets. Please 964-5464, 7/19 tfn EUREKAS .. Come by for more details.

brands: Jordach., Chic, Lee, Levi), 73 DODGE SWINCERi PS/PB AC estimates 964-8961 after 4 p.m. 7/12 NEAR GRAHAMI One bedroom. In country HOOVERS THINK COUNTRY With this converted DW on 10/ Ac.
: ex.
Vanderbilt, trod Esprit Brlttanla, cellent condition; Interior Immaculate; 4tchg 8/02 Completely furnished Including ELECTROLUX of fenced land. Grow your own veg. on cleared 2.5
Calvin Klein. Sergio Valente, Evan good rubber $1450 OBO. 964-4992.; YES, WI DO WINDOWS WINDOW utilities and air. $60 per week FILTER QUEENS ac. 3 SRI 1'/ BA w/icrn'd back porch. Patio and

Picon., Clalborne, Members Only, 1 Itpd 7/26 CLEANING. ,WINDOW',REPLACEMENT '4851371. tchg 7/26 SEARS Utility room. ,,
Organically Grown Healthtex, 700 Repair Burglar bars Installed. Mini '; 'SMALL RESTAURANT For I'ease, '
19S3 GMC, PICKUP Short box loaded COMMERCIAL TWO STORY ANTIBELLUMs: 425 Walnut. Lovely
others $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory, Blinds t Shades Installed: Freeestimates. '964-7184 Itpd 7/24 ,
with 1'Ac,
Low 2-car ,
mileage. 8000. spacious on'appl'9x.
airfare, training, fixtures, grand openIng Evenings topper., 964-4322. Itpd 7/26 964-8961 ,after 4 p.m. 7/12 1 9 BR, 2 BATH HOME $350 per month. We repair all makes trees. Estate settlement. gar. many pecan
.tc. Can 15 days Mr. Larson 4tchg 802WILL .!: Call 964.5123.964.6221. ,1 tchg 7/26 ,
open ,
1965 FORD PICKUP $600. 782-3176 after PRETTY HOMI IN LAWTEV NW 75th .t.vi2't. AC. SP
((612)) 888.6555. Itpd 7/26 BABYSIT IN MY HOME 9 days aweek. '2 BR HOUSE) Brown from on Clark St. AI, Young'sSince
6 p.m. Itehg 7/26 543,500.Own.r fin. 20%,. dn:, 12% for 15 yrsl:
FLOWER SHOP FOR SALEr'Cool.r, wedding Call 964-839. 7/121tpd 8/02 964-8404.; 2' ,BR 'apartm.nt, $175.
equipment. Small Investment, PLYMOUTH ASPEN station wagon, 1979 BOOKKEEPING SERVICES Reasonable 9648404. ttpd 7/2 1957 ,..4 LOTSi Bessent Mimosa. B.autlflll.'lIWoaded.ln city -
496-2952.7/19 2tpd 7/26 PS. PB. AC. Automatic, good condition.' rates. Phone 964.8588.7/19 tfn "3 BEDROOM HOUSE 1'"Bath. For rent limits Only $6; 00 ea. A rare offering.

AGENTI Airplane Car Combo. 25% Com 52250. Phone 7823239. Itpd 7/26 CHRISTIAN WOMAN will babysit In my first of September. Call 964-7653 for In 964.6918 COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cozy, brick stucco on

mission. $3000 to 40000. Sale price FOR LeBarom SALE AC OR; AM/FM.TRADE) 1978 1979 Ford Chrysler f-100 home Monday-Friday Ages 3 and formation. No pets, 2 children., Close to '3 Miles north 01 Rd. 230A. 3 BR, 1 IA. CHftA. Beautifully decorated.
over. Come 513 E. Stark. schools. Itpd 7/26 SECLUDED. CHARMING, 'unique hideaway home.
No Inventory no competition. 48 yrs. Best offer trade both'for'' to Adklns St.
development. Write AECAR. RR 7, Box 4-wheel pickup. drive of or value. 4682677. LADY TO*CLEAN YOUR HOUSE Fantastic FLEA MARKET SPACES $5!I per'day. Call Only 6 ,. old. 2-story. $ BR, S'/t BA, CHI A',

481. Lake City. FL 32055; Phone Itpd 7/26 same references All kinds of household '964.7653 for Information ttpd 7/26 r3S6-10 Wooded Ac. Paved seperate office,In city limits, fish pond on 7 acres I

904755.1786 or 7524676. Itpd 7/26 1911 FORD FAIRMONT Station wagon. cleaning Calf 964-8617 Monday MOBILE HOME 2' bedroom stove & frontage.. 3 miles to town. Have td see to believe) 100000. 'I I

Luggag. rack AC: power steering and Wednesday,5-7 p.m. Ask Christine.. refrig. (ONLY). Clean. Retired couple Viced 18000.' -53 ACRES BESSENT t'flUME RD-excellent owner ,
LAND FOR SALE brakes. Cruise control. Automatic SERVICE WATER PUMPS AND AIR CON preferred AL YOUNG. 964.6918.' Itehg 1354-3 BR 1'BA Rancher financing will sell one acre; five acres or more !

transmission, 6 'cyllnd.r. $2675. DITIONERSI Dykes Electric Motor Co., 7/26 on 1 Ac. In Waldo near GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 250'* on US
7823307. Itehg 7/26 For emergency service. Call Keystone ROOM EFFICIENCY A/C: quiet; no canal. Priced $44.500.1352Lov.IY,3 301 120'. Joins old Gulf station on 301 t SR16.
THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brooker children or, pets. Utilities paid. 301 S.
"S4 FORD TRUCK Short wheel bale Heights 473.7706.7/19 4tpd 809THORNTON" SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Tom
; BR 2 BA
Rd. 2995. $300 down. $55 a month. Siesta 9647589. Itehg ,
Apartments .
slid PAINTING Residentialand designed this handsome, 2 story, cedar, at
964.5606.9/)311n AC; AM/FM; Power Steering; '' 7/26 Split-level, English Tudor nerear
glass window and much] ; more Commercial' ,tainting 473-7846. ACRE Lake Country Club. JS84 sq.; ft. on 2 lot. Beaut. Insul.
ONE ACRE LOTi Facing Forsyth Rd. ''ONE TRAILER LOTS 8 mlles'South of fronting Asbury.
3000. $400 down, and $70 month. 7823945. 7/26 WILL BABYSIT IN ,MY HOME 782-3971. Starke, on Rd. 100. Water furnished. $139,000.FOR ,Fireplace. Only 3 yrs.old. SP$175,000 mtg. $73,000
174 CHEV. I'ICKUI'TIUCKI New tires, 7/26 ;3tpd 8/09 9Mo. Pmt $"1.96-
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964.5606. 1/12 tfn ? $75 mo. Phone 473 4508. 1 tpd 7/26 RENT: Avail'. An 30.
per ? '
NEW DCVELOPMENTi ApproX. nA> JacC battery, starter, good condition,$1,000 ,,PID YOU KNOW ,,YOU CAN .,.SHIPe'AtdKAGH MOBILE HOME. '7 BR. NW carpet, Furnished l 2 BR, l' BA. 1000.000 VIBW FOfl:'liS.OOuVfruIyMiagnlllcentj)

lots Paved streets, central wo"' $Joo cash. Cart be'ieen'pnorplnd''hodnl'qtAvenue. :; ,i' Mare.C>OVRNI9HTt, .W>',1 orFftusfiCaU '- .,'-Jrrip. .i'...LC.lo..ll, 3 ViBA.
'-'S1faWtJ''ffv 1'I H Ihl1111'w' of the Greyhound Bus Dramatic
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dn. $7S/mo.: Owner financed.: "'. priffls Loop. 468-2374 'alt.t'.6:7/26 carport &'covr'd patio. J.OOOSq. WaterfrontsLAKE
:: 7/26 Station 964.6090.7/26 3tchg 809.BILL'S 'o. .
Itehg ? 8/02 BROOKLYN 100 white sand beach.
473 :3454. 3/29: tin 2tchg $350, first, last plus sec sugar
20 ONE ACRI LOTS In Pleasant Grove 178 TOYOTA PICKUP Excellent condl. SAW SHOP Complete sharpening ONE BEDROOM' HOUSE Clean nice, Ideal for 'leisure living. $47.000 w/mtg of $28.898.

3500. $350 down, approx, $65 per tlon. $1900. Ph. 782-3960 or 964-5767. service, circular blade hand carbide, chain, '.' quiet.. Furn/Unfurn. ,Hampton. .IP THE BEST HAS ALWAYS! BEEN A CHALLENGE:
hollow '
mo. Call 964-5606. 7/05 tin mower ground andbalanced. $135/mth. No. drinking Prefer ,older Roomy 3 BR. 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac At Country Club.
Leave Jackson "n
WANTED at
11 ACRES OF LAND Back of Underwood Building couple. 1-373.8566.7/12 4lchg 8/02 REDUCED TO $36,900-642 N. ,Walnut St. Approx.
Motel All or part. 9647184. Itpd 7/26 Lake Supply Butler In Stark.TFNchg Keystone Height. or TRAILER SPACE ON SAMPSON LAKE On M. 2080 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA spacious family room. Investors .

ACRE LOTS FOR SALE at Pleasant Grove AXLES t TIRCSr Two axles and four tlrs.Highest GLASS CUT TO ORDERt Doors, windows, waters edga.. Call after 5, 964-7412. Take Note) I.
Subdivision. Septic tank Installed. $500 price paid. Green's Welding etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Itpd 726INDUSTRIAL, 70S W. CALL ST Only 35.0001 Beautifully appointed .

down; $100 a.month Call 9645606. Shop, 301 South, Stark, FL.'964-5001. 964.6078. Order also tak.n'l" lake' AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS' 2 BR super living and dining rooms Plus 2
FIVE ACRESt Beautifully wooded 11/03 rtnchg AND 'EQUIPMENT Backhoe motors, enclosed kitchen
Butler porches. Cozy Separate garage.
4963079. and
homeslte In Cloy Cry Belmore Creek AXLES ft TIRES For mobile homes. Olln's 473.4973.2/26 tin KeystoneHeights tractors mowers,.box blades, tlll.ri.plow. 131 N.Temple As,.. NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKiOn 2'Ac.. Located

(near Gold Head State Park). 14000. Mobil. Horn Sales Call 964.5606.. ., disc, trailers, and MORE. B & K''. I StarketFl32g91STROUT Roberts Rd. off Rd. 16- 3 BR 2 BA. CrWA. Carport.
By owner 475.2197.7/26 4tchg 8/16 SNAKES WANTED Coral. Red Rat and RENTALS, Waldo Fleet Mafket.r METICULOUS DESIGN t CONSTRUCTION Brand

LOST/FOUND Rattlesnake Top dollar paid.for hide*.: FOR RENT J-ROOM 468,2255.7/26 I BATH 4tchg FURNISHED 8/16 APART REALTY new VA FHA* Con .terms 3 BR,3 BA w/cathedral

964-5691.7/05 4tpd 7/26 MENT $160 mth., $75 security deposit. ,MCOIIPOATtOUtOKM cllng. fireplace, skylight: fan. $54,500,
LOST BLACK AND TAN DACHSUNDI No POSITION DESIRED Preferablyport :THREE BEDROOM'.HOUSE $200 month Utilities Included. No pets, 964-U071. TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming, nearly new

collar. Answers 'to "Charlie". Reward. time Secretary. stenographer, $100 sec. dep. No pets'. References re- ,I'J tpd 7/26 964-B731 473.3096 brick 3 BR, 2 BA home en 1'/ Ac. Near Country Club,
Call 9645120. Itehg 7/26 clerical typing ((80 CWPM). filing ex. quired. 964-5161 or 9644474. Near'' ,? .---= .. Great FR, fireplace scrod porch 1S50, heated S.P
medical
LOST CHINESE PUGt' Small female. perlence' Include 'legal, ..=Raiford. Itod 7/M ... -- --- -. --- '65000. Assum. mtg. appr. $39,672.'BEAUTIFUL ,
Spayed. Has trouble breathing and engineering Insurance etc. 473-3497 -- COUNTRY SETTING Clean 5 yr. old 2
7/22tpd 8/02 EARN EXTRA MONEY
seizures, lost on North, 301 near INTERESTED after 12 noon.IN BUYING Used White R Wanted BR, !'/. BA. CH/A. Double carper bit,3, A c.

Farmers Mutual and III Champ. French Provincial bedroom! suit. Call : Help Keystone Heights Area* We Now Offer' Appraisal ServicesLAVCNOUriAVVM4.147 -

.9A4-8077 Reward .off.r.d.or Sheriffs Call Office.,964-4866.Itcha.7/26.or. :::-.:9645376.:.-- Itpd___ 7/2- Experienced .. Applications are now being! taken for -leie;IVfNINOf' .ee '
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'Owens--nC': +itt.r,., plicants most be 'able to post a cash' BOOTH<...
:.ERA Tiffin & ,, WaitressesNeeded, ,, .. .. bond, have reliable transportation and a ,PAYE MUUINJ/Q-U4J JOHN IANOFOHD4W.:JJfl *}

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wo.: ,: Formerly FAULKNER {REALTY: u.s. 301 South-800 N.Temple Ave, housewife, retirement couple, teacher etc, BRADFORD COUNTY

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Saturday- 9 p.m. 12 noon MiniStorageHwy Root I
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1 Acre In City limits :
D.W. WITH LARGE ADDITION. Approx. B '
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*CON N E RL Y ESTATES: Nice 3 BR 2 BA on 1 Ae. $39.900. : ,

; HAMPTON! 34 acre form with spacious D.W. and large addition.. r
d *WHISPERING PINES: 12 w/Moblle Home on IV4.Ac. Only $18,000.: : .9646020DoltYo.v '\J)

BHSSENX ROAD AREA)'4 Ac. Mini-form Bring your suitcase, everythlngelse there. "
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Has several pecan trees, workshopgrnhouse.'etc, !
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HEILBRON SECTION 3'4 Ac, with 3 BR. 2 BA stucco. 1 AUCTIONFriday ,, i
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS: Auto repair shop w/w.o equipment. ., '1 to.&JJJ :

*GOOD OWNER, FINANCING! Just received on this 3. BR, 1 BA,.CB,home' on 1 Ac. .. ALd -':'JI1I1 I
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EVER ASK FOR In this waterfront property,Have approx!" ,3.000 sq..I $ $ ) '
WALL YOU COULD 3 7.0O P.M.f '
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.25 \NICE ACRES ON HWY 25. Part wooded part pasture, has dug pond, lot of,road,t: "
'frontage. financing. !,.: '; ( 'I'', Plumbing Supplies"From !! i ,...: <:',' '
:* POULTRY,Owner* FARM with;,,nice hound on? I'1 ci<; *.:Reported good Income.. ,: I ,. ..:;i.:0.! '.,".', ." .1.., ,,1, .'... '.'I"

HWY. 301 S: 38 Acres, versatile site f ..w.. :' 1 -.-. i v
[ *HWY 16 E: 6 Ae.'rarwhette with beautiful pecan tree' and'postur.".,: i',';": sDurrance 3 Bedroom Doublewlde Mobile Homo! on'i"Wl', plus.' Land'with"good ,

j 1 *WATERfRONT' South side'of Crosb{ lake.:'Restricted building. ,"' fences, ,well and barn. < ,, v .,.'", II, '1
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I of, yesterday with 11.21 or 40 pecan groves;
,,*HWY ,16 E!, Th'l; lovly.home ,
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I **COUNTRY HAMPTON CLUB 100:acres Building.Priced lot on at''$800 1 W ae.per Beautiful acre, lots. treas.i of .paved rood frontage .. ',: Co. --- 'Hero Is your chance ,to enjoy .real. country. 'living'' : and...at''J an :,

i!, ,; '' ACRES SOUTH HIGHWAY 301. J, auction price.. '; \\t.< > i ij
*;2'/ 1; U..s *01 tired N. ,: .
nfce : : Temple
tree workshop :
with .garden -
beautiful acre* spot, 'J
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BA 964-7061 .
.tCI*HWY;22? 2.BR, J ort 'St.rk., FkwWe i ,<' :. I

" .*4 UNIT APARTMENT; CheVry Si..Need.r-mod-llntf-400-, )' \ ", Review: Sunday;'July' 29 1-5 P.M. Friday 3,1tllalTlme'I i| !I I
houseNeeds some repair*.Owner (Inane-" : r .
Goad Prl
*JUST REDUCED TO$39,50013-lrnit! Apt : .\ -; \
" ;;lng.Ci"RK'S1'REETt Handyman Sp"iat. $35,900 .< \" ,';: J 'I For, Water> Heaters' rerms.nOOO day of'sole, balance Est closing. .i Ir!
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, BEAUTIFUL SETTING ON WALNUT$Tt,House need renovation. : t Water Pumps? "

..,**SUMMER SP' OAC. /NEAR" ,LAKE" like:' new 0' ,. on* a. Oe." :, Price' reduced. .. to. $*3.000. ,,::: And Other Supplies r DIRECTIONS:.From rarrner'i Market go East 4/tt) mile onMarket Road. Turn (left on 20th:1, :

: Save M.OOO ,: fw\ ., Street'- left .sale "'?, .:
, r .SMALL FARMS'85end10Ac7e' with Mobile Homes Priced to .elr. |i : were ;;r-' ..'*' Street One mite to 11th turn to silo. ,.
I Nlr. location.; Remodeling storiedyo: : '.(:,' , *"DO IT VOURSEir'':i/ I" t .8A M 1""' '''.,- ; ., sMcDougall
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location ,
"a'w BLOCK! 8 e.ltnt BPP $26.000, ,
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':'i *APPROXi'' ))400 SAL. : T to 4":- State, ......d.. 4' f" '
'J '.CQNNERLY ESTATE. LOT; rX ;ASSOCIATES" : ((904)) 794.9989t :," : J 'I '

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Stars.Second at State... Dlggs,Randy Alvaret,Jason Polk. Coach Chappell and Donald Thornton. 3 Piece ,-' For Sliding, Rear Windows
Members of the Starke Star team are from left-to-rlght front'row Not shown are Coach Bennett Jason Bennett Mike Carroll. ,Andy $
Shane Johnson, Sean Robinson.Kyle Harrison John David Francis. Back Chaff Kevin Johns,Jimmy Shoenl g,'Andrew Tlmroons' amj Barry War LOUVERS 3 6 8 9
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II11 stars Place second at state lournev <,'" BED Full MATS Size .

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Starke's Stars Softball team took Beach in the championship game. Andy Char John'David'Francis' was by Barry.Warren 49. ltdth
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second place at state competitionin Sattelite Beach won the squeaker and Kevin johns all 500. Mike Chappell was,one of the $9995
Davenport last weekend, ending .11.7. Throughout the season the Stars strong points on the team during ;
the season for the 35-23 season for Mike,Chappell led the Stars in played 58 games. .Five, of the the season. He had the most hits -
the traveling team. hitting during the tournament hit players are 18 years old and will with 94, most at bats with 144 most Mini
The Stars were knocked into the ting lO-of-13 for a ,769 average.The not be able to play next season. runs scored with 70 and the highest .1Jed. _
loser's bracket in the first game, team as a whole batted healthy They, along with their batting' batting average with .653. $9295 v. / ,
losing 8-6 to the eventual champs ..521.Other averages are Randy''Alvarez .504, Other high batting averages dur-
Satellite Beach. i leading hitters during the Mike Carroll.597,Andy Chaff.500, ing the season were Shane Johnson -'
After that game the Stars beat tournament were Jimmy Shoening Kevin Johns'. ,436. and Jimmy .648,, Jimmy Shoening .629, Mike : made of
Davenport 9-7 then Live Oak 16-7, 8-oM2 .667, Barry Warren 4-of-5 Stioening 629. Carroll ,597, Barry Warren .580
pitting them against Sattelite .800, Shane Johnson S-of-14 .571, Most pm.piayed. on. 'the team. And John David Francis with ,576.
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II .. Record Bass Gets Published State Magazine I CAP RUNNING LENGTH COUPON "


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.Tallahassee. Florida Wildlife; the .To be certified, the Commission's pion personnel. ,: ..J t '' Florida anglers Who think they may BOARDS . . . with coupon 6
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish. record freshwater fish program (in* Of.the.y4 Pl lftdoL( ( cettlficatlonrecord h", 'have.a record freshwater:fish cart
Commission's wildlife conservation stituted in 1976) requires fish be In- species leflgible' for Contact'any .Gafre and Fresh Water COUPON ,
magazine, has published a story In spected, indentified and weighed on a weights have been recognized Fish Commission office for more In-
the July-August 1984 issue about the certified scale by qualified, Commis for 20, of which 15 are certified. formation, or to have the fish certified.
biggest largemouth bass reported to I .
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have been A formal form Is Thomas Auto Parts
in Florida. _
caught ----------- -- application required -
The 20-pound, 2-ounce record catch and if the fish is record, the
was listed in the 1926 edition of The Register'VoteElect, director of the Division of Fisheries 430 South Temple 954-5611 Starke,
World Almanac and Book of Facts,, may appoint an investigative panel of
said John Waters Jr., Florida experts to rule on. the pffical status of
Wildlife's editor. Waters is keeper of CHARLES FRANCISSupedntendent' the catch. ,
the state's records for 24 species of '' The telephone number of the
fish recognized in the Commission's nearest Commission office is locatedon
record freshwater fish the inside front of
program. cover most
"Working for the Best Interest '
telephone directories,
of You and Your Children"
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Waters explained "We had listed a > ., --- .. -- -. --.. --, -
1961 largemouth bass catch by Riley "" "
Our Should lle
Witt as the state record for that Goals :
species. When our records were first I,
assembled in 1976, the 20-pound,
2-ounce 1923 chatch was unknown to !

the Witt's Commisson.big bass"was on the record as JO have the school board, superintendent! 'SAVE
weighing 19 and had been WARE S1 HARWARE S10RuP.
having pounds been' caught in principals, teachers, and! parents,wcrking

Lake Tarpon In Pinellas County. together for the students' benefits. '
The Florida Wildlife story was written
by professional outdoor writer Bill TO reduce the excessively h drop-out rate at TO
Baab,who did a considerable amount Bradford School.
of research to find documentation for High .

the 20-pound, 2-ounce bass caught by TO. test, counsel, and place students in pro.
now deceased Frederick Joseph ,
"FrlU" Friebel, Waters said. grams that will allow them to enter academic -

stories"Baab from.obtained The"Tampa old Tribune newspaper, and or vocational l''programs and be sucCessful -

the April 1924 Field and Stream, '' 5OHOUSEWARE%
magazine as well ,,is Interviewed a .- ;v; ';. '; ;, ,.

witness bass to at the a small weighing grocery of Friebel'sbig store in TO maintain credibility and'trust, In the' ,offic'eof:

San Antonio FL)," Waters added. superintendent, .:, .i';', ; '
The fish was reported to have been
weighed on a Toledo meat scale. "Twenty-Seven Years 'of..Successfy, J 1 ServJqe: '
Florida Wildlife confirmed Baab'sfindings .
and has obtained copies of In Bradford County"VOTE' I

four early written .accounts of; '
Friebel's bass,'and has a notarized af- :
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fadavit on file signed by Walter J, j" >\'h i
[00 CHARLES E FRANCIS Superintends
Friebel attesting to his presence at ,,: !
the .weighing, and to the 20-pound, ...
2-ounce weight on the day the fish was SALE .
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caught.
Friebel's giant fish was frozen in a To Citizens 7 1 ; ." -" ; V
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block of ice and displayed 'in the., 1 \ ;' ;,; .' ,.t .,... .
Roberts Building.opposite the U.S. 'I. '
Post Office in Tampa for several days of'4 ,bt :\ ;'
after he landed it that Sunday in 1929.. ; ., 'i* Gifts, Pots, & Papsfiv4r: :, -

Afterwards, his family ate the fish. ,. '; I "" .t : r
Two ,of, Friebel's friends, Matt; .BradfMd ,Co.My r '
KtaMn and Allan Pratt;;.,were'with Cooking Utensils LqpndryrSiippIiesJl1 ::
Mm:whin he caught'UK.bats on a J f I

Pikl Creek Chub M uIow.'Bait There Company is 'one Straight old /_. *4 > .I"<1;*>Cleaning .Supplies" r.t

'photograph of( the three of them show.. .
1&FrWW holding the day's biggest '' ':staff and I wfsh I ." ", ,
owch. t tq, i!!! ;20 % to 50 % 0SETTLES. ff
'Fri bel'. largemouth ("black 'thank you for allowfng'usthe'opportunity-* ; .n :
bos'*) was'considered the national
record by Field and Stream until 19X2, {" '

'\when George'. Washington ,Perry ,t tp serye, the next four' ;Our '
caught the present ;world record you ; 'years,, goal[-will
22-pound 4-oune: largemouth in be to; continue the ;
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Georgia, ., ,, .
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by Linda Wharton "Single ply yarn is for weaving, and ferocious dogs we've seen) and five has the knack, which apparently he those days the 30s, was pretty good Price said he first started shearingwith
LRM EditorIt two or three ply yarn is for knitting," sheep"Alice" and her twins; does; as Mary's fleece came off all in money, he said. the band clippers graduated to
was sheep shearing time in Margaret said, taking examples of "Lamb Chop;" and the latest addition once piece just as the professionalsdo "I could shear one'in 5-6 minutes"Price the mechanical clippers and then to
Keystone several weeks ago and that both from her yarn basket.In "Yankee Doodle Dandy." Each said although Mary took a little the electric, which he used on Mary.
incident though insignificant as it order to, make double thickness one has its own.story. Price said he started shearing longer It has been quite awhile since Price and Mary had quite an au-
might seem, led this reporter from yarn Margaret takes two single ply in fora sheep at the young age of 14 as a sum- Price had his clippers in hand, but one dience that afternoon of her defrock-
the beginning of the wool (on the spools, places them on the bottom of Alice was acquired said.exchange Alice mer, job when he lived in Maryland! wouldn't know it from the way he took ing, but that didn't appear to bother
lamb) to the finished product. And on her wheel and brings the yarn up rag rug Margaret retired from sup- Price said would shear roughly 100 the sheep and showed her who was either Price. Mary the lamb or her
her way, she became acquainted witha together spinning it in a counter posedly had been but surprisingly having to sheep in a day at a $1 a head which in trwa at the very beginina. owner, Alex Brokas.\
Interesting and talented artist clockwise fashion the wheel. offspring
very on "' .
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Margaret O'Brien (no relation to the A "hankwinder" at the top of the Alice Margaret was delivered of twins this year; ..........., r Jn't v .
child movie star) of Melrose and an wheel, that resembles a rack for '
in the middle of the bad storm
old time sheep shearer Bob Price ofNelson's hanging coffee takes the right s
mugs, yarn
that hit the lake region in April. .
Point in Keystone Heights. from the spools and forms the easy to II. i" a
Even though they are strangers handle "hank of wool." Margaret said she bought Lamb /..; :
Alex Brokas of Keystone, owner of the At this stage of the process, the Chop to keep Alice from being lonely,. ( i
sheep that started this story, and hank of wool is washed. can use but of course this was before the twins ;
Margaret of Melrose) have one thingin any kind of soap, but the best is the arrived. .,4, Ns r, S PS
common the raising of sheep as a homemade soap made from the fat of The latest addition is a black ram,
hobby. But Margaret's hobby goes a the sheep," she said. "This is my next known as a Jacob Sheep, a four horn -'
bit further. She spins the wool from project ed sheep popular in England. '1t4&"
her sheep, then weaves it by hand on a After the wool is washed, Margaretthen "I wanted the natural black wool to -
loom. She then takes this completed places it in the washing machineon spin," said Margaret of her recent

piece of fabric, some of which has spin cycle to remove most of the purchase. "And I named him Yankee .j r tq
been woven in different patterns, to moisture. Then she hangs it to dry, Doodle Dandy" because I got him the t : ; YrP
construct attractive and stylish wear- the finished product either ready to weekend of July 4th," Margaret said. i
ing apparrel for herself as well as use as is or ready to be dyed tea Sheep raising in Florida although ; s ,q ri
others. desired color. there is plenty of land suitable for

Many of her products are sold dur- In weaving the yarn, either into rag grazing sheep, is not very common,
ing arts and crafts shows in central rugs or fabric for clothing, Margaretuses Margaret said. "Because they are so
Florida. Some is now on display here the eight harness loom, a large susceptible to parasites' she explained ,'
in Keystone at the Art Factory. and complicated looking instrumentthat "I have the vet come and
The talented lady explains that the takes up a corner in her homey check them every 60-days." -'
first step in the process is to take the workroom/combination den adjacentto In addition to her weaving and her' J1
fleece right after it has been sheared her beautiful open kitchen. many other talents, among them '
from the sheep and "card it." This "Each thread goes through' each decorating which is evident in her

process involves pulling the fleece heddle on the loom and through each recently completed home Margaret
through steel toothed combs always harness," Margaret explained. She makes baby craft items which she'
going in the same direction north and attains the different pattern in her sells with a friend under the ?
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.south. fabric by a change of rhythm in the trademark of "The Gabby Goose." u-
loom pedals.A She said she and her friend started
"This cleans the wool, gets it nice widow a'.mother of three and a this'' little business just by chance I.. ".
and smooth, and all going in the same ;, '
said grandmother; Margaret is originallyfrom after they both became grand- 'H ,
direction, Margaret. New Jersey but lived in south mothers.

and central Florida until she movedthe
Then she takes the clean fleece and
rolls it into what is called a "rolag." ( the Melrose'area in January, 1982. Brokas farm.., 4 Ya'

When she pulls the wool from the east "We always lived in the country Now back to the beginning and ....
side of the rolag. it holds together as and as civilization caught up with us, something/ about the the little lamb '
she feeds it Into her Loult spinning{ we'd move,*" Margaret. !said! adding named Mary that Inspired this story;__
:. ,'wheeIJrnm Rnll1n'1'; : '"'4. 'o. -,- ." '- ,.that .she u-would go. taalmostr.any-,, .?'nr-MaryL auUYQ'byw/ .JeystonaatT ........
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'"You" can spin it either Wick or her here: mer has his lamb sheared. ,"

thin" she said smiling. '"A friend. Margaret owns iu acres south of This year Bob Price a retired Du- : .. rr .
Mary Frances Davidson, once told Melrose which she calls home along Pont man, who resides 'on Nelson's -
meyou can never be too rich or spin with her four geese, (who prove to Point, did the honors.
too thin." better watch dogs than some Price says he likes to see if he still

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Bob Price Is shown shearing a sheep owned by Alex '
Cathy Davis samples ,some of the wool wmle;,wary
Brokas. To begin with Price sits the sheep down sharply Brokas looks onat left). ,,' '
.on Its bottom "Just to let the sheep know who'i. In price says the natural lanolin from the Wool leaves his

charge", according to Price who then bas complete' bands soft after the Job Is done. ,. .
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Square Dancing... Beginning In July square dancing will be held the second and Aerobic Classes or. being offered In Lake Butler on Monday and Thursday afternoons Aquaslse dosses...Mondays, Wednesday, and Friday; 9 a.m. 4 p.m. anrf 6 a.m.

fourth Thursday of each: month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge In Stark,corner of. at 4:30 p.m. In Room 136B at Union County High School. Morning classes began '.For Info.jraU BH C nter. 9644210. $ 'i\( j$ }

Call, and Orange St. Caller I* Jim Duncan, ,' Visitor welcome. Mainstream dancing. Wednesday Jun. 13 at 9:30 a.m.:Coll 964-9078 t- for Information. ', .. '. ,Pint Christian Church... of Stark will honor the Minister "Roy Baer and his wife Mr*.
M" I I'i < JW> 1
;i Sweet Adelines... This woman' barbershop music' group meet eacK Monday at 7:30 Keystone Nlghtowl Night version of Galn..vlll.. Interested four harmony ecch month Church \ Boe r served Lake Butler Christian Church, for 14 prior to serving In Stark for
p.m.,ot the United Church ,Woman In singing part at 7:30: p.m. at First Baptist In Keystone, years
Invited to visit/, ''' me. past four years. ; .! < ;'
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: Keystone Heights lay Scout Troop 10S meets at Keystone' United Methodist Church' A covered dish dinner will be held,following the morning service All friend of the
Bareerootors... This male barb.rgaters'group meets each Tuesday at 730 p.m. In each Tuesday night from 7:30 9 p.m. ,$ Boers are Invited, to attend. '. ,1\!\
the P.K. music 1080 SW 11th St. .Visitor welcome. 1ftCtf
room
Yonge
I, Grlnter Goll.ry."Posters from Ecuador! ;, an exhibit featuring a portfolio of posterscr.oted Have en .,.. Get It in to us by Mondays at JJ$ p.m.(and we can Qut It In
Trinity Iplscoeal Church... Meetings held.och: w..k 'In.the Parish House Include: In 1882 a* a campaign against Illiteracy, run through August 3rd In The the Calender local events, church: ,gathering,, special speakers:' ..n.w groups

Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. Gallery, Center for Latin American Studies:! Grlnter Hall on. the U.F. compos. Hour organizing.will, he_ Included. on request., We must ask flies you .keep..them as concise as
Cub Scout Pock 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.m. ore 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through_'rld r.. :. -i ., ,........., :
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I Girl Brownies Scouts meet meet Monday Monday at at 3 3 p.m.p.m. Prlnt-A-KM... The latest child fingerprinting campaign will begin for preschooler July Swim ,.,.....m... The Community Education Swimming Program, sponsored
I I 21 at the United Methodist, Church on Jefferson and Walnut St. from 9 a.m. to I the Bradford-Union
Boy' Cholrster meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. ; p.m. though Area Vo>T ech. Center will begin Monday, July 2fl w;
The program I I. free and the child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.. : Please contact the Bradford-Union Ared Vo-tech Center at 964-6150 for Information.
Art CoU.efsr's Gallery.., "Florida Images", an exhibit of work by Florida artists, ''p mission slip must also be signed before entering the program, s;Pre-Regtitretlon, for Sent ,. Community College...Classes Thursday, July 26. 6 to 7

twatercolor* by Kate Barnes Everett Draper and Robert Schorr liver print by Anna for, further Information call. Laura. 'Conti" ."'.at.. 9648498.. .'; f', p.m.. Bradford.. High Campus. : -', "' .. :: 'I'i"''* ,1.0"1 t i i"Stsnfce
mod. Michel and the'gallery. -
Tomczak, hand. paper by Tuegel other run through July 28 at )
'te"' Boy Scout 70 from 7> 8:30 Tuesday; the "
Troop meet : p.m. each In scout hut \ "t 1
.602 W University, Ayo. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4.30: p.m. Monday through I Friday. behind the tennis court ,on Pratt Street In Stark. Roving"... ,A 100-record( limited edltlon-'ol the album recorded In Stark* by
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;;: Sterke Poe Warner '......11... Pre-reglstratlon for Bradford County will be held July ,1tii, I comedian Jerry Clower on February IT. h{
2f and W at the Bradford Square Shopping Center 0"'- 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. A' "IJ!' ") The record I I. on sale at the Bradford Chamber of Commerce at the comer of Walnut

'Girls and boys between the age of 7 and 14 who are Interested as all division. will be rChurchoCiubb.and. .Organizations, .. and Madison streets In Stark. Call 964-9278. J.
filled on a fll'St.c_ bo.,.. Call 964-8692 for Information. 4' t The special album come with a Jerry Clower autographed sticker.. from Y.IOO
A Welghtwatcher' Club... Is being held ,In Stake on Monday night* at 6:30;: p.m.. Call! Mississippi and Mil for $9.<13. tax Included. .' <
Hippodrome.. Chit feature a variety of film of a contemporary nature each Peggy Register .' -473-2730 t .for. more Information, '' "V" .. 1! '
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and night at the Hippodrome, 23 SE 2nd Place In GolnesvilipyJule ,
.Friday Saturday Melrose TOPS... The weight reducing club 'mesh each' Tuesday at 9:30 G.",/at the'Eliam Clower- 14th album. ', i", .'. yIfc
Ckusee wilt be held Monday and Thursday night In the Keystone Heights' Baptist Church In Melrose. ''.It ,t :: ," ? r
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High School cafeteria. Junior'classe* will' be held from 6:30: 7:30 p.m. and senior1'classes rk.,ria Stt* Musum.u. ;. *& t. \! .a I :-
lake. Butter TOPS... Take Off Pound Sensibly Club Thursday event t. ,
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meet
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830pm. Call4T.J.3964. ; Gainesville ft,;
from 7J30-J / further museum features a Florida cve;, fge.4. .. Che Hall
6:30 the IMO
at Faith Church Sri 2th St
p.m. Baptist on : In Lok.lutl.'or In-: T:1WrI.
Cfnsses are being offered Monday and t Wednesdays of 9:3641.1",'U4''ppm; ;, format n colilindo, Durtlam at 496.3354 ., #'tfj. ,'" ,.1 j ','. ,"'rl r': ( I of FlorMa History'and a Mayan Poloce and O4s(>ct' da.y. and
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.and 7:30 p." ;; and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.rn.. at th.l Keystone Height cor I
Free Weight. Disoalntten.Thursdoy; : 26 and T'ue.day'Jufy P.MJot: nor of Newell Drive and Museum Road
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.; k'' BH Center for Health and Fitness 927 (. Cej?St, Free and Open to the public For Info V .j" "/ "'" .
ixperiwMMtol Ainmh'AuoclnNa.., Thegroup" meet and discusses aircraft i inch, 964-42TO. "..f ifc ,, ; t -;! '". ,Jolt ervke Pf.rldee Curnetiy f....... J1ppHeNOn.TSta Jeh.tvv c of Florida. ts currently -

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t ? I port. Airplane buffs'welc_. Call 377-5822. l )r Information/ '""* vlded. For Info call BH Center, 964-421(0.'U\ "- '> -. .....' 'w J ?.?the: Job" rvic Offiee at the BrodWr U9 A.Y; 47 TIIC'J;>.JI'.IM(""' ,6l gsii,. ;1

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." palette of vibrant colors, fabulous sherbetIn herbal tea bags; cover and ;
fragrance and exotic brew 5 minutes.Remove tea '
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The, wide variety of unique mint; cool. pineapple In natural at high speed until smooth; '
flavor are aromatic and refreshing. In 5-cup blender,combinetea juice, undrained Garnish, if desired, with : \\964-5879'
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A bar on Bundy's cell had been cut Taking one option,.;; they would "The etlem 4.was detected In very. the sonity .Is rs. The court hasn't 1 1 / 1 1III
and, hacksaw lades and other have to cut through the;grill work early stages,' bugger said. ruled oo an appeal of the schoolgirl'smurder
escape item* were found in his cell that stands inside ,t.h.e.outer wall, Bundy has been on Death Rout: !
at the maxlrtium-securtiy prison then cut through the bars orj the win. since 1979. He is under death: "He's been doing a lot of "running
.aid Bradford. Bundy had a pair oi. .,:'s.dwvs. .Bundy and.Valle are locatedOn sentences for killing' two Florida lately In the" exercise yard, Bradford --
gloves and four quarters, Apparentlyto the third ,level, meaning they State University sorority sitters and said fllllm.lUne had changed s
be used to make phone calls. In would have a 1$ foot drop to the a Lake City schoolgirl and is' and that's' one of the" things prison officials 'rt
mates are not allowed pave/cash',"-' ground. Owe; : on the ground, the men suspected In dozens of killings in the watch for. -
Bundy, 37, ,considered.an escape !' would 1uv'eW\ spate an; eight foot Northwest. 'Bundy is under constant watch;we
artist and master .disguise; was fence topped with arid\/ pass through Bradford said Valle of Miami was, have had trouble with him before,
still in his cell when the items! were coiled -izor yiJre; Between the convicted 6f killing a Coral Gables Mid one prison official I IluiAtzCb
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found. ppt- 'iieter fen es without being police officer on April 2, 1978. Bradford' declined to say bow
Bradford also said one of the bars detected by' tower guards. They Bradford said a bar In each ecUhad -' many hacksaw blades were found inBundy's e
had been cut In the cell of Death Row would then'have to scale another been cut at the top and at the' cell or what the Death Row
prisoner Manuel Valle, who was imprisoned eight' foot fence. > bottom and were being held together Inmates' reactions were! when
four cells away from Bur.. Another alternative'' would be tot by an adhesive-like substance, guards discpwed the' escape
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said Bradford. and try to escape by walking down' Bundy was taken to a disciplinary- ?
Each of the more than 200 lnrm ts! the, corridor In a guard'! uniform. confinement cell. A prison report on* See 1I
on Death Row has a cell to hinteeif. That would mean passing througA the incident has been sent to the Bundy.; ..,
Beady and Valle were in the same eight checkpoints where 'correctional state attorney's'office to determine ; .' 'See p'all'e,8;
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,' "1r he was:: stopped,: ? p Ioti Pot Bust Nets ,15percent, eman then raped qig nwholivadwithDavisa .J58.25. and Lewis were returned to
observed weav. .
after he was Bogle
SR-100 'citation state filed
n4uu9ttlf Reru8ed' to sign libel case against CBSTVby
:: 250ElantsOne Arrest in and out of the parking lane.- Tampa July 23.
101 ing Judge )V'Ytle jM.tr Carlisle dismissed. two former guards at Union cot
after a $300
/ One arrest has been made lit the Kelley was released st'nEenccd ,Qoleroan aj&htb lICe in Wilful-wanton reckless driving FreedomFor rectional Institution has been
1 i wlzunp: of a marijuana patch located surety bond was poeRedrThomas ; ;pr idon Wi out the OT iHty' of fined Illl.TJ.Lloyd Bad Taste of returned from federal/ court jurisdiction .

v '1\ btfttitfsurveiliance( on the Santa:Fe Richard Welles of Duval parole fofcW;least 3JM: tarlisloass \ FSP InmateA in Jacksonville to state circuit
.1';:. .I Rivet WUnion County July 24. arrested July 18 and sentenced Cole in to"'fftotal of Davis Jr. driving while intoxicated court in Lake Butler.
County was life fined *344, license Florida State Prison inmate; suit alleges that Donald t
; ;'l Walter E, Godwin of Worthington with driving 'while license 3t$ brears,*secullve.wltrr"the brief, 'bad' The
with traf- charged suspended five must attend dured a bumpy ride for a and Marvin
Springs has been charged to Trooper sentence for the crimes of attemp- years Jackson Snyderwere
[ .ticking in marijuana and growing suspended according ted first-degree murder,,sexual battery DwI school and remain under super- taste of freedom recently. hide In a libeled in 1981. by a.SO Minutes program !
to Assistant Abrams. of He vision of Salvation Army. Attha B. Gallespee, 37. which said the men directed
and
; marijuana, according Bond for the charge was set 'at burglary a structure. .. i inside the a"goon
bin)
1' Harris.Tobin be t during dumpster (trash squad" of inmate
!State Attorney released on his own said Coleman cannot paroled loaded on
,"', I Approximately 250 plants with a $200. Welles was the first 100 years without the prison July 11.The bin was In The suit say the broadcast was
value of a quarter of, a million recognizance. court's permission }.ordered the Two Arrested a truck and taken to the dump problem false and defamatory and seeks

dollars were pulled in a combined ef. Ernest Bell of Miami was arrested 300 yean to be served !after1.: the life In HamptonFor Union County. A slight he and compensatory and punitive
,' fort Florida of Law and after a prison sentence developed for Callespee as .
by Department July 22 and charged with no validdriver's sentence Grand TheftTwo unloaded. A correctional damages.CBS
I: Enforcement the state attorney's according, to Coleman is now serving for carrying were had the case removed from
license, was
office and.Union County Sheriffs.Officer D. C. Roberts. .a concealed firearm (violation of Tampa youth were arrested officer with a shotgun of the garbage state to federal court in April on a
Trooper
'j '. : Bell was released on a $50 cash probation). ', : in Hampton July 17 after the motorcycles watching the unloading claim that federal 'jurisdiction erf.
tf. Also taken In the pot bust were bond. Judge Carlisle told Coleman they were riding proved to be truck to FSP' but U.S. District Judge Susan
fi radios and Other electronic equip "You .obviously cannot, live. in an stolen; Gallespee was returned Istedi ruled the case belonged i Instate
filed against
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ment. According to Tobin other Coleman Gets Life orderly society. ? Charles Robert Bogle, 20, and where charges to will Assistant be State At- court. No trial date has been.
charges are pending. James Wyatt Lewis 18, were both him according set.
Bond for Godwin has been set at Plus 300 Years Two Change Plea charged with grand theft with .a torney Thomas Elwell.

.100000. and rapist ... ... ..... .., .- "' ,
l{ Convicted murderer In Bradford Court .. :

;t'1 Correctional Officer Anthony sentenced Michael to life plus Coleman 300 years was in Two defendants appeared aaamaammm

Charged In Conspiracy prison July 23 after agreeing to before Judge George H. Pierce in
h j never appeal his sentence if he Bradford County Criminal-General Putnam Medicare Supplies.
H A correctional officer has been received a sentence of life In prison! Court July 16 to change their'plea to M
+it charged with conspiring to help two Coleman was found guilty of the guilty of traffic charges- .'" Road
minimum-security Inmates'escapein murder of Vernon Lee 'Ducky"Davis Ronald Lloyd Byers charged with ,sent 107E West Edwards
return for a payoff of (3,000. according 30, on May 27, 1983. He shot driving while I intoxicated;; case .

,it County. to an arrest report in Union Davis when he was caught breakingBundy dismissed. "*-i Starke, Florida 32091

ij David Robert Bott 31,. of Starke. )!al,
Correctional M BlMHSSBnBHHBB
1 who worked at Union "
Institution, was arrested July 20. --=- from page, 5- ,
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The report Indicated he agreed to
: drive two inmates,, who were not ,, Y? .
named from the.Insitutton in return LIQUID OXYGENNow
for the Bradford indicated the prisonershad nurse vacationing in Aspen. He got ,, .
I Assistant money.State Attorney Harris some assistance, but prison officials out by way of the Jail ceiling, after
Tobin said charges would soon be filed aren't sure whether it came losing weight so he would fit throughan carrying Liquid Oxygen..
::1 '
from another prisoner or someoneon narrow opening in his cell. ;
the two inmates for
against home.
,for the Patient at
the outside. FBI mugshots distributed After
i! bribery. He said a confidential ) ; j.i/;
: ; ,.
., source alerted authorities 0( te Only one inmate has successully the Colorado escape and before his .' ii', I' '
scheme and telephone taps and escaped from Florida's Death Row. arrest on Florida murder charges \ )' ,; '"
surveillance led to the arrest of Bott. On Nov. 18, 1978, Robert Lewis showed Bundy was able to frequently r' I ; 9
The attempt was never ex- dressed in a smuggled-in guard's change his appearance by addingor : \ HOSPITAL' BEDS ,
ecuted.escape uniform, walked away. He was cap shaving his facial haunc. :{chang-, k'M '
tured the following month. ing his hairstyle. :: I. ,WHEELCHAIRSWALK
Bott was released on a $1,000 sure- In- .
bond. Extra security measures were After Bundy's Colorado escape ,
ty after Lewis'Bundy ,
'c
stalled on Death Row '; AIDS -
B.
FBI Director James
then acting ,., .
ViolationsIn
Traffic
wanted for
Adams said Bundy was
Bradford County escaped from a Colorado 'questioning in 36 sex slayings in the PATIENT LIFTS 'ryt 1
jail on Dec. 30, 1977, while awaiting t
trial in the murder of a Michigan _Northwest. \ '" .- "
Loral: authorities report four arrests -' l OXYGEN'p '
for traffic violations during the ..\, /
past week in Bradford County. 1'J'
William Edward Drummond of NMARM _IIISURINCEe
D
Jacksonville was arrested July:21 1111 ., ..
and charged with driving while in 24 Hour ServiceWe
toxicated according to Trooper W. Home e, Mobile Home Free Delivery -
[t A. Abrams. Drummond was stopped ,
\ on US-301 north of Lawtey. Bill Medicare for You!'
I Drummond was released after a, e Auto e Life. .',
$300 surety bond was posted.
U.S. 301 North 964.4037 1-800-342-2094
'Frederick B. Kelley HI of Starke 2117 N. Temple

was arrested 22 and charged
while
\ with driving intoxicated 'stc- 96 -7071I
.I cording to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.
Kelley's blood alcohol content was
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man failgftjp I Show for scheduled rial wail set for July In Volusiai revealed Moody and Chester
Court apri pants in Flagler and County for the' perjuM-: charge Saunders had procured ana made IAA t AAoul' 40 Wd>enntPK tdtT T'd6Y Nf lilt E ''H ,
yolusla; GBptties last week. Warrants Moody failed to appear f that time. available a plane for the use of hauling -'t rOVlt 1dlMt 11SIItfP TifNiGl1 i P(1,'
for Eflfvrrvst have been issued Charges of drug trAffKlUnS and marijuana, according to Assistant ,/ Morsel.. 5 a r +c rr .L, ,
accordingFro authorities.fChet fiI, de ree ndmg in ; Attorney Clyde < GfQUP; Cr! fafffr5l' -
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charges of aiding and'abetting for",, a also. ; surveillance. as it approached the' 4'
for his part in a plane crash In warrants$ were issued for his arrest : Florida coast and attempted to land
which a passenger was burned and with a 'no bond'. in Flagler County .<
killed in Flagler County in 1982. The Judge Robert P. Miller<< revoked The plane, which was loaded with. ..,
investigation into that crash and cir Moody's bond in Volusia county marijuana; crashed when an engine\ 'I' ; L
cumstancea surrounding the crash issued a warrant (or his arrest andbet went out. A passenger in the < ':, .
was conducted .by a grand jury:M.. '" a new $5,000 bond for the perjury was burned and killed at that lime, .
Volusia County.. .... charge. ,, ; ; said Shoemake. There have been *
t.Moody: asj";called before the..? The whereabouts:::of Moody are ,' four arrests In addition to Moody In '. _
grand Juryrana denied any involvement unknown at this time according to :;:; the accident. The pilot and\ threo ", H ?
; Ate the. conclusion of the ins the state attorney and Moody's at.I'1 others who set up the deal/according -, t 7 y 1 f "

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Pull More Pot '. Army supervision, must attend license 'suspended or revoked.''rested July 19 after. a ,'cbase on ,in the truck\ : railroad trOfl5 Corporal& [' David.Coodnerwa -
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(Approximately too. marijuana .school. Pate unlawful speed, $23 fine. v Eunice .spotted ,the truck on* Pendarvls stopped an4 was. >ttt ted .
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The plants ranging'' in size from days' in jail on' weekends, attend !: Wagner driving while Intoxicated, heading north on US-MI in a 198i and: attempted to stop tbd .vehicle? grand theft,.:With bond set*t |5,6oo:, '
three to five feet tall were destroyed; DWI school, Salvation Army'Supcr- ., fined $281.50, license suspended six Ford semi-tractor truck accordingto jvlilch! .was" !!P.\J"g1ittli, tl at him! by He remains in' the custodyof'\ ? th
July 23, according to Lt. Glen Moore. vision for one year; license. suspended months; Salvation Army supervision Lt. Glen Moore.-The sheriffs of firing at the right} trQnt Urll//.TMoore* Bradford! County,Jail.. .
and Deputy Sammy Eunice: indefinitely.( :' '" 50 hours community work,,attend lice was notified and a search began said he hit the tire but Pendarvis.! ,
;The plants were spotted by an officer Woods' driving while ,license '. DWI school. in the Clay Hill area for Pendarvto. ,.. .
of the game',commssion and suspended.or.re vokedi 10 days'In jail Kenneth Eugene Brasinger improper and the truck. "*" ;t( 1ft !if.
were on private property.No arrests (five weekends). 5 i ,1' ,1. I, driver license, dismissed pay Pendarvis had asked a, salesman
have been made at this time. Theresa Lloyd Merrill driving ,i', $10. cost: for the: !keys; said he wanted to.seeLouAnn's ;| i .
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Heights, Karen Harrison of Lake Butler, Renee J. the Dallas-bascosmetics company and marks the, "
Wolfson of Jacksonville, and Sandra Reddish of Starke.To first time that Mary Kay has offered use of a car as an '
incentive. to independent beauty consultants. Famous .
earn a car a Mary Kay beauty consultant must Mary Kay pink Buick Regals and Cadillacs have tradi- errannounces g .
have $3,000 in sales for each of three months plus offer tionally been awarded only.to!sales directors. ; '.
the opportunity to be a May Kay beauty consultant to Mary ,Kay Cosemetics, Inc. id an internatlonat'manufacturer .,, '
five persons a month. and distributor of skin, hair, and body-- ,
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business-women who are charter mezmbezr, of the com- Net sales in 1983 were $323.8 million. ,". his candidacy ..:;. ,
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District 13 Is composed of Baker, West Bradford,:West Duval,.'Nassau and Union'. "' .
Now. during the in-between season ,boxes or other containers, and perform shoots of young plants may be pinched '
for planting colorful summer and fall well until the arrival of winter. back to form a more bushy and Counites. i ,
annuals, it !* an excellent time to Lush summer'greens for pots may well-branched plant in the'container- A third generation. farmer and cattleman( .J 9.ket County, owns a security/ "cor-':: '.
include fatsia, banana, English before it starts and
select plants and seed and to locate :yarns even flowering .
.easy-to-care-for pots and containers. ivy elephant ear or aucuba. Unlike during early stages of growth. poration in Northeast, Florida and grow'tornr; melpns and regltered?poHedv'
Annuals are easy to care for and most of the flowering annuals and Colorful The wide selection of colorful sum- Hereford cattle. ,' -
are fast to perform. They adapt readily foliage plants, the greens de- mer and fall plants for pots, and the : ; V ,
to containers provided they do not mand a shaded location in the garden. portable aspect of pot gardening A former three-term Sheriff of Baker: County' arid'''':former Plredor f..1 1rcf.FJcridafSheriff'sBOreauF.D.l.E.lnTaUahassee. \ !

,. outgrow 'he size of their containers. Even though container plants are' which allows for change or rearrangement ( .! ; 'r ,. ': : .:. :w',,; :;.

may Dwarf be planted varieties several of summer to a pot annuals,spacing easy demands to care for success, they;.The do have major their re-., ings,-,will guarantee in placement fun or and pot attractiveness group- -'"1"9." back}to t lh' 'RepPj*,.ff,1 11''L W.II: th'. )}, ,W. gtlclanAip... !|5if

each Plant approximately six in- quirement is that of watering.The hot in home landscaping. Pot that! we were accustomed { .J-'fl c mttnyt'n-lq' 1 : : : \: +:N

f enough ches f apart.for a six One or eight plant/should inch: pot.'Be'be days of summer quiejdy/ 'tiry'rfut the of gardening room and also a usef small.aJjmJtetJ'. investment mount for I Ast campaign/ p'rbgreSidS,?! I.'llf pnf' .' :; ._H" rP.? I 1" ,8r1'Iwill premm. N ;:-. .

: .. 'r sure fei the annual you choose is a ..umer container. );. 'therefore. .. ., they" ., -will- .. ..geed. ... such big rewards The ardeJ.1er'who >i | not. appoint my a"paign..fllp.9g:: ,!: : 1 % !4 fi). tithehtilp of eyery'pQrq,, i tirijf., .

'ure u._ .1 nd<"...b nxAi'Dtikr. !st"rr'-1'0."::4,
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marigold Dwarf ,and zinnia compact, dahlia varieties begonia and of shallow loose root and area.well Potting drained soil to shouldbe Insure poolsiae, wall or doorstep. '"- ; K sset,..../...""" -."'''vv.,'.,.or".\..v'rv: ,.,.......,,v: ;..,'I' '. ". '..;

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reward summer days with vivid and Plant foods in the potted ; :
continual color In include quickly washed from the soils with "f'i: } I"
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vinca gaillardia namental or peppers.or periwinkle blanket flowers, portulaca, and or-. continued of replacement a complete watering with liquid a bi-weekly-feeding houseplant thus need fer- N orma" IJ,.,: \,;.' {,l..''._' .!; ,7j 41.r k. t., ;1'


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Child Protec Laws Quantity R 9h sRosetfffiaSify 'y c'J.Y,Spq& Foot $tqmp}:-<

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child protection legislation ever : -
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,! written is now pending before the House Bill 186Permanentlyestablishes : I
Florida Legislature. the Florida Missing : .; .
"I hope that every parent in' the Children Information Clearinghouse.
state picks up the telephone and calls House Bill 186--Permantly .FRESHGround .' .1'
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his or her legislators to urge supportof Missing
these proposed new laws, John Children Information Clearinghouse.House \ :. .
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the package. 237-Extends the age of child Beef \ ;... J
witnesses who give .videotaped \ ; ",
"Children are our most precious mar CD go
legacy and our country's most important testimony in battery and child. 3 Lbs. or more '
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House 799-Creates the crime'of .
tunately, there is no organized lobby ,
"aggravated child kidnapping" and .1
representing them'in Tallahassee. I'is _
provides a first degree felony penaltyand I FRESH FRYER \
up to us, as people who Jove
children, to make sure. that this' minimum.term Imprisonment Sirloin

legislation Walsh hailed passes.the" passage. ,:of ,a of Senate 10 years.Bill 154-Provldes" that car-, $ 279 4'I

measure making child abuse, that nal Intercourse with any unmarried' Steaks ,lb. kih79';:
leads to the death of the victim first or person under the age of 18 is a second< t _
second degree murder rather than degree felony without regard to suchpenon' ,
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manslaughter. Defendants convictedof previous chaste character
this crime wiD 'now face a max. Senate 149-Prohibits the pract LARGE
imum penalty of death in the electric tice of keeping student fingerprints by, M
chair. Before enactment of the'new any educational institution. SHRIMP _
law.. maximum: punishment was ,1$ House Bill 134 and Senate 'Bill
404-Provides that family members
in '
years prison.
Walsh said the package of laws pro- 'and other persona In charge of $ 7'V4x
children aged'u'to18 who solicit a 4' 99 '
posed in Florida has been:designed to 'lb..on
child for sexual activity shall be .
gull' .'
serve as,a model for the nation.J
ty of:la third degree felony;' further'' _. r"I' ',. '' N4 4 toaP1 R71M,ap,- ";"V 4 I .e. .C' !aFi' '
Programs and serviced offered by provides that anyone in thIs
the center'' include safety tips forparent. classification who engages in sexual
$ and children, a Safety with activity with a child shall be guilty of '
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Strangers presentation for use In a first degree felony. ' BANAKASI .
elementary schools, an inklesa fingerprinting .* House Bill 1036 1 and .Senate bill { 15 1/
; systeroi.and a court monitor* 138-CIarifiea ,aga, "of' sexual .battery .' ,; ,, '
Ing ..program that places trained victims ? ii > '
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observes in courtrooms where child House BUI'873..This is an omnibus 'Ib". : ,''. i 'r 's 4.v x .wOLIAND
molester trails are being heard. For child abuse bill that significantly Im) :.- '""I'o t .
more ''information write the' Adam proves the existing ,child abuse I ',,/ "I,
Walsh Center 1876 N. ; statue.
Suite 306,, Fort Lauderdale Florida House .Bill 587 and Senate Bill
3332$, 369-Requires the State Department
::71/ ;Th* following 1&1 a summary of the of Health and Rehabilitative Servicesto n $ I TA4UCCQ1A
legislation\ that the Center is backing., notify the sheriff rather than the
Whei contacting:your state represent 'state attorney; of, report*' of child
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and senators, refer to the blUe .r'" .y ,1ft ;r.
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.'v," .. set ttonf JMMiPfcf<* ?.' require the age or 18 or wiU :u.e.:'oW ,t-",
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' Larry Lamar Hartley,', .tt, 01 Joe Edwin Shuford, (9, of Lawtey and Hemeopefated FriceAD WiSOtore.,' :
: Keystone HeightS,died Tuesday,July died 21', In .
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I 17, In SUrke. Bradford Hospital Inc., following along :/ ", : Born in Aberdeen Washington illness. r-
, Mr. Hartley moved to( the Keystone Born in Randolph, Virginia, Mr. I- 1 P w :, ; GOOD THHU AUUU5 i i, i 984

Heights area four years ago. He was Shuford moved to Lawtey from St. ... .. .. 'r""
I construction: 'worker and Was attending
a Augustine 13 years ago. He was a
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i Church. War II and was a retired General 1i'Ji
: i Survivors Include his wife and two Manager from Farmbest Dairies, in .
:" children of Springfield, Oregon; his Jacksonville. lie was a member of J '
l .' mother and step-father, Thelma and the Rotary Club of St. Augustine and : Boords Lord.
(i': Jay W. Sttpf of Keystone Heights; Grace United Methodist Church in Ancient Jack SeagramsVO
t, ', five. brothers, William J. Stapf of Lawtey. : Vodka Schenley : Calvcrt,
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Keystone Survivors include his wife, Mrs. ,
.. Hartley,of Enumclaw, Wash., Don Lucille Plummer Shuford of' : 100% ,Grain Vodka jaiaoIan% 750
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.: Stapf of Centralia, Wash., and Lawtey; one son, Kenneth W. .. :' ,, Black
Robert Buckwalter of Keystone Shuford of Lawtey; one daughter, ) UP LTR
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LTR : 1.75 r 91
"' Heights one sister,,Dett'a Garris of Mrs. Rebecca Ann Wells of St. -t ;
i \ Keystone Heights. Augustine; four brothers, John H 599 7: : '
Funeral services were held at 11 "Sid" Shuford of Starke, David L. : 499, 599.
a.m. Monday, July 23 in the DeWitt and George Shuford, both of Lawtey, : 6" 2099
C. Jones Chapel keystone Heights, Philip C. Shuford of Tallahassee, ..
Rev. Eddie Hoosier and Rev. .: ,. .. ,
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Emmett Bright officiating. Burialwas Funeral services for Mr. Shuford (d .' .,
In Keystone Heights Cemetery were held at 11 a.m. Monday, July ..
l., with Jones Funeral Home of 23, in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel :,:?:c; .r.
':. Keystone Heights in charge of arrangements with Rev. James T. Tompkins officiating ..
Burial was in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery under the direction / Bluo
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke. '
Mrs.Charlotte C. BerryMrs. Bacardi Gilbeys Philadelphia J& BScotch Kahlua
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Charlotte Grossman Berry,
78,of Hillcrest,died in North Florida Card of ThanksOur Rum Gin Blend Liqueur -'
Regional Hospital, Friday July 20. Wine
A native of Mountain, New LTR 750 LTR 750 '!. 750
recent sad loss leaves us with 750
Brunswick Canada Mrs. Berry
moved to the area 20 years ago from grateful friends thanks Their towards comforting neighborsand expressions 'o 99 1

I L Waltham faith., Mass. She was of the Baptist thoughtfulness of will sympathy always and be 6" ., 599 0" 379

Surviving Mrs. Berry is her husband remembered.
Chesley Berry of Hmcrest.I' Roger,Carolyn ,
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. & Marilyn Redding "!w'
Monday,July 23, in the DeWitt ,
.,' C. Jones Chapel keystone Heights .
with Rev. Charles VanZant, pastor STARKE \ 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STARKE WALDOOasis
of First Baptist Church, officiating( Facts when combined :
Burial was in Keystone Heights with'' Idea, constitute thegreatest Jessies lounge'Model A, Lounge 301 Liquors,, Lounge
under the direction of force in the world."
Cemetery '
Mile North of 3 Miles North of
Jones Funeral Home, Keystone -Carl W. Ackerman 801 N. Temple Ave Highway 21 North 1
Heights. Starke Keystone Heights Starke on U.S. 301 Waldo on U.S. 301

Paul II. Greene 964.8080 473.9627 964.7771 468.94

Paul H. Greene 73, of Keystone .. ...
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Heights, died in the Veterans Ad- -
ministration Hospital Gainesville,
Saturday, July 21. Out TheseRANGERS ,
Mr. Greene moved to the area two r
., i months ago from Dublin, Ga.; was There's Only 6 of these left.DON'T .
born in Jacksonville; was a retired
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veteran of World War II and was of f WAIT
the Episcopal Church. ((4x4)), V-6 .
Survivors include two sons,WayneR. COMPARE THIS...., :
Greene of Jacksonville and PaulT. Gauges, Speed Overdrive
Greene of Solona Beach Calif.; ttiilii M 50 133" Wheel Base Anywhere ';l
two sisters,Mrs.Dorothy Beckner of Power Steering' .
;I St. Petersburg and Mrs. Etta Davis six 4 speed manual, power steering, power brakes, 5450;package,

i of Keystone .Heights; and threeJitrand'hlldrpn. $' 00, air conditioning( tinted glass, aux.'fuel tanks, tilt wheel, cruise control..:ceih: rp '

Funeral services were held at 2 U- 195 verence group light( group, knitted vinyl seat, low mount mirrors. sport. '. .

p.m.. Jones Tuesday Chapel, July with 24,Rev.in the Charles DeWittC. \ I \ I -- wheel covers heavy duty battery. t

VAn'7.Ant. rutstor of FI""t Baotist \ \{

Church Keystone Heignts, otficiatmgC INCOMING TWELVE Factory List Price: !124 5.OO.. Former Dealer Invoice '9221.50' '
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Heights Cemetery under the direc-wi J>\ .
ion ,of Jones' Funeral Homely F-150 4x4's ""$'

Keystone Heights. 1r9 9500 ,

Card of Thanks 302 auto, air, loaded, tilt, cruise, tu-fone paint, AM- "

Th.thank family.v.ryon of Michael. who Gilhooly extended wl kindness h.ito FM stereo cass., window & door locks. List '14,995 ,

and sympathy for our grl.f at th.
death of our husband father and grandfather ,
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Or sal quietly/ In a chair 12 895 ) ;
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H so we sow It there.Perhaps TRADES.WELCOME' :..t .
you spoke the klndnt words ) .
As any friend emdd.v,. ,
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Jut thought ol us that day 'f

port.Whatever,thank you you did so to much console whatever/ our heart.We the.' Get A 84 Because the 8S's are oin to cost- more.;; l lBill }


By the family of

Michael Muriel MICHAEL(Clay C.)Cllhooly Gllhooly CILHOOIVs,wife"son Epps has 24 Used Cars &'. Trucks listed below -' all -at. : ";:


Danlka Gale Elaine Richardson Richardson,granddaughter daughter a rock 'bottom price., Came :get' them between, now' and:,. ,.,: ;'


Governor appoints Saturday, ,July '28. ;Workday, prices' go back up!! '. :. ::.: ., / :f fI .

.new regional t84EldoradaCadill3C$19 \ '' '. ) .... ., "
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coordinator.Governor .
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nounced the Bob appointment Graham today of seven an 995 _.:!'...raytry;' . .".'. .,.. 'Ptck-Up'.x4. ; >. . ..J. .,. *,.:-4':. --v-..."*',I... ., .<...,/,.. .. .. "_""" !, '.

persons to the new' Regional Coordinating 79 Chevy Monte, Carte', ffi K' }
Council for Fairmont 82 9S: Cufess' $ JO Q 'I..i:
Education Adult General Vocational Education, 83 $ 599.5 : ,7 49.5 . .,. ... ,.,.,.. . : : U ''' .
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and Community Instructional Ser Auto., power, air, AM radio . > :r:::, /.r"" '" "'I } : ,

vices.The Council will be responsible for 81Fefd Escort'. $ Q fl' Q C '79 Dodge Difriomat 2795 !?' !
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the budget and oversight of all 83FOrdWindOwYan$12 \ O 7 ; J 2 Door : "" ... a ; '
tional programs in Region 7 which voca- y O W U. Au'tBlrilnsMolrAIIIFIAndb.) f J.; :: :. )':: :.;, p t. ::

serves includes Lake City Union Community, Baker,Columbia Collegeand 83 Ford 1-350 ) 89 0M. Statim, Wagon. ,, :$'469'5 78 Mustang;'' '''./-,'$3595'f))(: .:;'

Dixie, and Gilchrist Counties. $12 795 >_' : .. .. Auto. trans'ak .;.,t."i..i, 'iI' .
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Until.the 1983 Legislature created Diesel . . .'. . r vWVywl)l.( *'# f -e--'i ** ,:'.-, ."

decisions these councils were made planning solely and by funding com 83 Chevy S-10 Pickup $ QQQR 800Mc98: : 'A978F? .OD. Ford : '$3.19$

munity district superintendents college presidents school with topper.83FordF250. O SIU 4 p .. :" ,, : '.. . .,. ..: .ire +
their staffs t + fi' 'tt

School and selected district community and community leaders.college -: 8QNiNlMt' *t.I', : '$ 1: .995'" 78. ...Toyota. .! Coffca. $39'9' .5'. ; t: '
representatives will continue to $12 99' .. ..,..,!... ... '
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participate in the decisions but the 6.9 Diesel with pplr. f ''i'P',:''. n' : : ("' I< l
newly appointed lay members must ,'-'78 :
represent si percent or.more'of.'the. Impala ,, 80 Mlk,.".. .litla. ) 1r'." i< I, \$" 5495 "1 'Jeep'o'E"" ': :\ 'J ,..',.: "
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trade and from business nominations organizations provided by' 82 Buick 80..1. ', .7601dsC tI !C '$2"' r '95'I'

The appointments to Region 7 are: $ 10 70 0. 'fI:, : .. $2995 T.t s " "4, z" ,., ,,'t> ,., .1''
Attorney Frank E Maloney, 40.;;of Bectric. Park!, Avenue . ,p 22D rlr : \ 7 .tl'i'J..I: : .nl ,' .. : : :--- --" .. a '., 't
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Late Pharmacist City. Charles S.Snipes,42,of Rnandna AVI r s'

J.e. enny'. Manager LB.:Count?,
$1,01 Like City. : F OR D
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Retired Employment Counselor : ..'
Louis WUliama, Jr.,08; 01 Lake City. TerwiI1egrMotors? ;' *l l8w At

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