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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: August 2, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The mutilated body' 'of Carl 'with Marion and Alachua Countiesas
Lawrence Brown ''was found by well as the FDLE in attemptingto

Bradford and, Alachua, County determine what, had happenedto
authorities In south Alachua County ;- Brown..
Wednesday. July 25, leading .to First break came in the case
$o the arrest of three men) connected. ,after Alachua County authoritiesand
with the murder. FDLE authorities talked with ,
Brown has been missing from two persons from the Grove Park
I II his home In Bradford County since area of Alachua County who had
I May 14. He was last seen leaving attempted to work ,a horse deal ,.,
Dowlings Stable In Starke polling a with Brown. 'i:
.horse ,trailer with'a pony in the One of. the persons involved In ,;
trailer to.be traded In.Citra for a the horse.deal was Gary German, ', .;
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I and the horse he picked up, were from Bradford and Alachua. .neied., ": ,
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I found the following morning at a authorities to the partial remains : ..
motel near the interstate in Ocala. of Carl Brown in a wooded area in
No crime could be established at South Alachua County near _
the time of Brown's disappearanceand Hawthorne, said Investigator Don w.
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.' Through complaints the family Joseph Bolesta, 39 of Grove Park "
and friends Of Brown, Sheriff and Adam Baine Chestnut, 29 of .;.
h '' polph Reddish was convinced that Hawthorne were also involved in :": ;;.
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Ift'l' <.r:: A proposal for more apartmentsto Located along the roads' to be .
be located On SR-18 northwest of constructed northeast of "the '
., Qtari4 op niDi--. 'the city met liternbppcfflitlon" from' :highway:.:\ver?21 proposed apart. I' ;'

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,Sales for and pew Service'Store In Starke Zoning and Planning Board. ,be !located on the roads within the
property ,on lots of 10,000
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l Saturday with,..'some 1,000 guest. The 20-acre site is directly) feet each. The'developers propos*
tf visited the occasslon. 'from Green Acres. subdivision '
across' ed 19 duplexes be built. .
a r Partners In the firm Mark Kendall and more than .a' .dozen .
-i: (7 ri and Dale Hall said over l.soo stood
residents from that
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hot dogs and, cokes were given in the meeting ,to oppose the I
away along with door prizes that in zoning from came from attorney Reggie-
change single-
Flynn, who said he represented '
offered.
a ,were,Above:fiven politicians/ made It development family residential(PUD'toa). planned. Mrs.: Henry Freeman: He said she
tdthe grand opening. Enjoying the sold the property with specific In-
} ,' free hogs. dogs are from' left-to- Owners Bob Harris and Henry L. structions that a development like :.:
right are State' Representatives Cook provided several drawings of> the one proposed .would .not be
allowed'on that land. Mrs.. .
r Georges Crady and Frank their proposed use of the acreage.
William, store owners Dale Hall wanted to'add four singlefamily Freeman' was not present' but .:'
Starke They Flynn:said she atill holds a mortgage : '
and Mark Kendall and
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Mayor Jimmy. Crosby. ..
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Bradford' 'County Commissioners stoners for care'' of indigent pa. I Is out for that long it almost outsletter '
heard eight more requests tlents from Bradford. A quote in a from Hospital Administrator rr'' V"J -

for departmental Budget, hikes .ec ted, according'to Chapman: Elwin O'steen said "Bradford t''' '
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during the second hearing for the' Hospital is providing this enor- ; ,. ?, i ',+i5 t'- k l,? u I
proposed 1984-83: county budget VFD's Need More mous community service that is.

Thursday night in the second Funds... totally unsupported by local
round of requests. government. This makes the' t .
Like the calm before the storm, An increase in $4,000 was re- hospital bill'more than it should'be. i ? $lt, s .ti !1,5 ,
commissioners listened to the quest for the Bradford County It is my opinion that this: cost 'I 'a bra

,itemized requests from the department ,? volunteer fire departments. Lastyear should.be spread overall citizens-
,; heads, while knowing a large the seven departments got of the county and not be a burden"just
.s sum of the proposed budget would. .$10,000 in funding and are requesting on those who are sick and In, Nr AN
have to be trimmed to balance the fiscal $14,000. for the upcoming the hospital." : r "s L.' ,
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budget. before' the, ,end of, year.Increases'were'requested from Last year the hospital requested; ,
September. '$265,000 from the commission; but 1I
!r:; Increases requested include a' the following departmentsiHampton not funds.
Aid receive,any, "
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-' five percent salary increase,,plus received$1,000last year, ,. ,d t'i i g gV
and is requesting $1,500 this year;
matching 'Social Security EMT Budget Request... :r
Brookerreceived last
;, payments and withholding taxes, and is requesting $1,500$1,200 this year A proposed budget'for"the'next .. a, ,Jrh, y7...
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I ,t>,which. total, some, $55,224. That' Theressa received $1,000 last fiscal year for the Bradford Cnun- .t. ':.
year .
include elected '
figure does not official ;
,. medical services
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ty. emergency >
and is this
requesting $1,500 year; .
of the Tax Collector's office "
,0 Heilbroun Springs received $1,000 I I' ''totalled $186,000 in a report> from" 4 ; ,
\ which is on the fee system.; "": w',
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last and Is requesting $2,500 '
year ,.
\ County employees were given a{ ." ,.r', ,
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this year; Bradford VFD received V i But, ?after deducting{ an j 1 .Rk' :"
belated 2.7 percent salary Increase'>- 1 .
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estimated income from,
$48,0001n
Jan. 1, 1984, after commissioners' $1,300 last year and is.requesting. ;' "lr ., '' ; ;
$2,500 this year the service ,the billslowetedto-: ; ... ;'m.. '<"..K
,f saw the-money was,available in "$140,125.Included. v '':;' :!.
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4g the budget.That raise;: is' also in- Communications... the'purchase'4f a iwyemergency S .r w
't; eluded the new budget figures 'service',vehicle: l V
5 the, Communications Director Jerry estimated to cost $32,000."' .
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are Just Thomas told the board he' did not"request At the beginning of Chapman's '
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X consideration. Final an Increase in the budget. '" MrL'
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,, figures; for the proposed' budget ,-'I'm tempted to come" down there presentation before the meeting And I was. .. :",:I
.II';: will be'decided and voted ,on In and hug you neck, said Commit I could find the pot of gold 1
future budget meetings, ,,' sioner Maxie Carter. ; hoping here. Jokingly be also said"and I .w,,.'
'. Supervisor of Electrons, Neva'Flynn There was a question from Comp hopew.'re not the ones haulding in)
,> ', was ,first-oil .the 'agenda. missioner Lawrence Mosley about al.those Indigent patients."" .
#'' "We'll tetyou go first since know the request' for a'portable;; Chapman told''the board.; that the '
.,; you'want-1to go watch*Magnum generator .'. emergency; '.ervlcU"''.'' have .. Ernest Allen Honored at Retirement Party
'%/ P, e4-!Commission, phaifw ThompsonlsakLthe, generator' {; 100 ,, :
JVA \ answered 976 calls, some more '
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electricalblackouts is yCar of hard Ernest W. Alktn :.-
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,. : dlsClPJ'with bard '' left-to-right are his daughters Jewel "
/ : in the budget .requested by Flynn ) ; He also \ ,, ....: '?' from business the Cjty Fish and Meat
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'. Total.ifunds requested 'for, the vices. :/ ---1 'washer and dryer and putting it'at' .., ,4- > -M / ? I :,
v; supervisor of elections off ice,was/ ;;' "Do we really need a.generator"tor"that'asked"Mosiey the county jail and let prisoners do To celebrate the retirement his family and faiemHu ,'- BWe. 'owning and operating the.CTty Ftaha.* .;:.- ..t.-
t W ''m.674 fok the 1984-85 fiscalyear.ilus "Well the laundry. "That sounds like a threw big bash at the Bingo Hall on Grilfia'La p test, ='Market 'ADwj lMuJbeen, irivoH l.in' ,."MW. .... '"al" \ :.
..';' ,' "L't... :'llr'i: j 8Qm -electricity could be good! idea '' ,said Commtssion\ ; 'i> Saturday nisht:' '' Ijt ; *\ "' '' : buaUiesses throughout the yeaM,,..;; : If i, t ;
.:' ; i al.Wa $&...t;,? out for' hours.-.the Christmas '11"h! \ ; \ >''l'' ;rto1"W'! & 'At,the affair were most of the IocalpOMICIans. Lank' for a feature story on AIM 'lit g MUM each'' ,u'tiof '

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: :, : Hamilton Resigns as Brooke>>Mayor
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The Brooker City Council accepted at all, when elimination would All members present: agreed city. This action makes Brookerthe customers !in the area, but cost the Railroad Bureau concerning
the resignation of Mayor save the city the cost of the that the idea was one that shouldbe only city"In'.the county besides questions still have to be resolvedon pavement repairs at the Track
Blake Hamilton at it's regular Mayor's salary. A consensus was put before the public for a Starke to have such an ordinance the project. crossing on SR 235
meeting July 26, prompting the reached that a meeting of all coun- referendum, a requirement by law
H, question of whether the town needs cil members was needed to deter- for any charter revision. The Approved rezoning of a portionof Heard that several needed
h' the elective position. mine if the matter should be plac- group decided that Attorney Blinn Block 8 of Ward city known as mowing projects had been com- Heard Melvin report that a sign
t'\\ Hamilton resigned to run for then ed on a ballot for city residents to would be consulted at the next the old Bass property to allow pleted within the last month. would soon be placed at the city
t; Bradford County Commission vote for a change in the town regular meeting as to the details, placement of mobile homes. dumpex lainingthelimitationaon
I. District 5 seat on the Democratic charter. particularly as to the timing of the Heard Fire Chief Tony types of garbage allowed to be
ticket. Under Brooker's form of Chairman of the council Gene election. Stalnaker report that the mutual placed within or on the grounds.
government, the Mayor has no' Melvin will perform the duties of Major concern was that the position Delayed approval of an application aid pager based in the Bradford Town Marshal Tommie Raulerson
voting privileges, only the right to the office until the matter is settled should be eliminated or retained by A'ltel' Inc. to expand the County Jail was in excellent work- suggested that the council con
make suggestions on matters with a meeting scheduled for before the next,scheduled city telephone plant within the city un, ing order, despite reports to the sider instituting an ordinance
before the board. Monday,July 30 to further; discussthe election in February 1983. so that til more details can be obtained, along the lines of that in Union
matter no one would expend money lot a hopefully by a company presenta.tion ntrafY"J Conty which has a fine of$300 for
City Attorney'Rger) Blinn Informed seat that the electors might do at the next meeting Agreed that a committee would illegal{dumping
the members that the SPECIAL MEETING HELD TO away with. check into cost of paving 8 tenthsof
Mayor also had the right to appoint DISCUSS CHARTER REVISIONThe Heard a ,report that water main a mile of street within Shady Stressed that all water bills
persons to fill vacant offices, but In other business,at the regular leaks in the Shady Oaks Subdivision Oaks Subdivision, to be headed by must be paid on time during the
that did not apply in the case special meeting was held as meeting the group :, had been repaired, but that no C. J. Stalnaker. office hours at city haft. Members
where he had himself resigned. scheduled on Monday, July 30, ,h" action had been taken on completion complained that too many
Consideration of these factors with members Gene Melvin, Joe Passed the final reading of the of a loop connection' in the Bead a letter from the Florida customers had been contacting ,
prompted the members to discuss'whether Tolleson, C. E."Sue"Davis and C. city subdivision ordinance, for area. It is thought that a' loop ,.I Department of''Transportationstatin Clerk Linda Robinson at home to
the city needed the office J, Stalnaker present orfWiv rules for growth within" 'I the would up water pressure' to the ', that the city, should contact see about late payments.

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Hart. Chapman said he has supplement funds for the use of the "\'a'll don't forget'we are'burying has been slacking in the form of
already' discussed it with Sheriff dent J.D. Tomlinson. Currently, total of $18.900 in matching fundsto
commuications director
county garbage from Clay Putnam and the waste.
Dolph Reddish and that it would be Clerk Gib Brown said he would get 'I se' rating the Commission contributes' $5,000
I everywhere else, commented 'We can't let the city get our -
to the Chamber.
feasible. of the with the city about getting reimbursed Darrel O'Neal, Sanitation Depart- land fill closed. I'm not going to It was noted that the Chamberhas operate the Sunshine Industries
Approximately 45 percent -
for services col- for the services ment Director. take any flack from them, even if functions within the Work Activity Center for the han
bills sent are "We. better not be still taking it is election time," said Carter,. county.many It acts as a nucleus for in- dicapped.
,those agencies'helpless., Mosquito Control.., care of their garbage said chairman of the mosquito control. formation for both newcomers and Of the $18,900, BARC'requestedonethird
Thompson said the generator The proposed budget for the Carter. "But there is no way to "If they don't start cooperating, residents alike The Chamber has or $6,237, from the com-
would be and could be
portable used Bradford Mosquito Control missioners to insure the continuation -
f' we'll turn the trucks back to been the catalyst in recent months
for other "I still it I .
fount/-uses. Department was increased 13 per- completely stop guess Starke." for of the program for the retarded -
., don't know if we need that cent. The present year's budget is The Bradford land fill Is just increased community 'and other handicapped In-
generator or not," commented $69,704 and the new request is several miles west of Keystoneand Chamber of Commerce awareness and positive board thinking.feel dividuals in the area
Tomlinson told the "I
Mosley. $80,175, an Increase of $10,471. for years garbage has been
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-The communications depart Most of the increase was in life dumped from that area Into the Request More Funding every dollar we spend will come
ment repairs, installs, and main- and health insurance. Main reason Bradford land fill. Due to the Increased costs and back to us in some form of Presently Sunshine Industries is
tains all the communications ior the major increase was O'Neal also pointed out that expanding projects for the better* another." "I feel that the requestis serving 48 clients in daily trainingand
equipment for all law enforcementand because the department was more land emergency agencies in the behind on payments for the in purchased In the future to handleall Bradford Chamber of Commerce 48 weeks out of the year.There are,
county. surance. The insurance cost\ increased the trash and garbage "Withus requested an additional$15,000 per BARC Request... 25 clients on the waiting list, but
When asked by the commissionhow 75 percent, or $816. seperating the different types of year. from the Commission by a Bradford Association for the program doesn't have the
much of his work was done for Next largest increase in the mos- trash like metal, wood, and presentation from Chamber Pres Retarded Citizens has a need for a facilities.
the county and how much for the .quito control budget was in rentals regular garbage, we shouldn't
city, he said about 60 percent in the and leases. Those funds are for the have any problems from the en- ,
county and 40 percent in the city. building rental and leases on vironmental agencies for awhile." 'j
The City of Starke is supposed to equipment used at the land fill O'Neal did point out that.the, city
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;; GAINESVILLEJuly 20: Constance' C. Riherd has' been named administrator Lets Talk CALL WAITING "
I of the North Florida Plant Inspection Region (Region I) of the
i \ I Division of Plant Industry.Mrs. Riherd WeVe cutinsurance
was an honor graduate of the University Vbull never get through to anyone at home If the lets them switch between the two calls.Just about
,"' '' of Florida, where she earned abachelor's rates phone's In use.And Call Waiting Isn't. puts busy signals out of business, '
degree in agriculture and when Vtou need Call So don't wait Pick
Call Waiting puts you through even your Waiting up your
,' I was a member of Pi Alpha XI,honorary for mature
; I I home phone s busy lets whoever on the phone phone and call Continental.put you through'answeryour
floriculture She
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l, V F i fraternity. a 1973 drivers. call and put!the other on hold It even And that's no Idle promise. ."' ,
';. r' 1 graduate of Bradford High School. ,
; I I In announcing the appointment, Dr. I ? ", I. .:!Vi i 'r V" Sbttoto';. ( t.',it'Mf'tfjfii > I
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AHie l U. director of the Division 1..J'Iw-.1 ,
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: i [of .IndMstay&ajairegjSonJfl\ ; /!y{*' 1I etsdesedvt A .
'it' 't. ., I ministrator is the highest position ever l ( lower .1" "1 r'iH t .if .'(roldoiq .UOI/MIU ) fro-i' i IB 'ftnlitlft'\ tl, '1'- ""-
rates on auto insur >; ... '
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,:' .. Mrs.Riherd's appointment was effec- Hartford That's be- i-I" I,/ 'a f
d I live June 29. The position was held for cause drivers over age :'I V" .i,"
I four years by Richard Clark, who 50 generally have safer .,i, .:;': ;,
recently was promoted to assistant driving habitsandthe ""I,"
I' \' i chief'of the Plant Inspection Bureau. good driving rec- ,.,
j .". .' Mrs. Riherd, 29,will supervise plant pest detection and! plant regulatory ords to prove it.So i''. I:" '
,..\\,1l'" ,1 .. activities in the North Florida region, which includes 41 counties from Her The Hartford wants to J
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;', \ nando, Sumter, Lake and Volusia counties north to the state line and west to reward safer, mature ..' :;,'
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Her region includes the Port of Jacksonville and Jacksonville International drivers with specialauto ,, ;.

a' Airport, which present great potential for the introduction of plant insurance ../,"it I.::" ,.
pests that are not now in Florida or the United States. discounts.If ,rtl'l ".
Prior to this appointment Mrs. Riherd was an agricultural products you're 50 or ,;<,:',,1:': ')"
supervisor for six months and was responsible for interpreting and over and have a good IC, :'1-0'; ,'.
disseminating import/export and endangered species regulations and coordinating driving record,don't "'ji'.'')"'". I
activities with agricultural tion stations. From 1979 to 1984, make a decision on ",'
she was an agricultural products specialist with inspection duties in the auto insurance with J ,1.v '
Gainesville district She started her career with the division in 1977 as a from I .\ .:
''I" out a quote us.
; : laboratory technician in the Bureau of Nematology "
if!; Mrs. Riherd lives with her husband,Carl,and their son,Robert,3, at High "
I 'i', Springs. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen of Orlando, HODGESInsurance ; .a
r',': former Starke residents. "
I&, The Division of Plant Industry is responsible for protecting Florida's or- ,.1
;k. namental vegetable, citrus and other plant industries from harmful pests Agency tV "
t, : and diseases. With some 100 agricultural products specialists inspecting 964-4571 ,.
nurseries,ports of entry,environs and groves throughout the state,the Plant v
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7. The maintenance of a business like approach OML y. : ,
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the financial responsibility of' ,all schools and: the district* L?'b'?'-_t'4,wy ol.r gaolai Captainwportioipadnocoot .,-,_..

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.: is responsible for mercury Seaboard Systems railroad crossing amount of mercury found in each sites for "split sampling"' i\h\ ; I ,
contamination In Santa Fe River? In' Hampton, at County Road 221 battery would "require a monumental DER. The sampling will t5 ,,done :t I
1 This question that has puzzled; crossing north of Hampton and a number of them for any leakage r, under DER supervision, 'and | ,; BROWN, PA. ::::.: ,)i ,) ii''
samples will be tested both !:
DER task forces for months by par.ties. ;
may crossing south of Waldo, to create measurable levels of contamination In the ,11 '
meanwhile Seaboard
have been solved by Dave Burkhart, has "
in
Burkhart Harold Hill
E notified waterways. '
,1 a hobby-environmentalist and hik president of the Santa; Fe Lake issued orders to iU crews that old an.n'ounce's'with pleasure / \ ,: It I
batteries ,
ing enthusiast who found mercury Dwellers Association, of his fin Mike Fitzsimmons, acting head of be turned in and pot .* '
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dumped at sites. < ( P A
crossing i
I filled batteries at three locations dings, and Hill in turn notified DER's enforcement branch in t\" r 1 ; l'I
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I along railroad right-of-way between Richard Vogh, manager of the Jacksonville, said Wednesday the office Carter said that at"the the 28 GainesvilleDER of V. .... ; that, ;' / '- !'r?..:';;yfy; ; ; ',
Waldo and grams "
Hampton Gainesville office of environmental is ,
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agency presently ,
Department "elemental I'. I' : : : '
; Environmental Regulation. drawing up a consent order a battery mercury" found in each ", !'& : i-.i'ge-" i : :t\J\:: :; I\ I -: '
,1 On one of his frequent hikes Seaboard Systems Railroad officials mutual agreement between' DER was sufficient to contaminate 0lNIY D iRi.' ,\:' j ':
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around the borders of Santa Fe acknowledged that the bat and Seaboard to do what the department four million gallons of ,, \ ''J.I'f"'I ;, \
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drinking water. ; \ "It' ,
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Swamp and the banks of Santa Fe teries were the property the rail asks in order to correct the I / ,' ,' : ,I' < .1' '
i River, Burkhart discovered 26 system, used to power signal lights alleged violations. Fitzsimmons said, "We are not only concerned with has ;: ;
mercury-filled batteries that had at crossings in remote areas They the meeting with Seaboard would the batteries current findings of discarded \ joined the ,firm ,. ,. 'I
been' dumped on railroad right-of-- denied, however, that the batteries probably be held during the week of but with the possible
; way near streams emptying Into the were to blame for mercury con- August 13. cumulative effects of such disposal ,
j' river tamination in the river,quoting their DER will stipulate that Seaboard.' ,which may have" been going' on for' as anassociate: ,

Batteries were 'found at the chemists' as, saving' the small take additional soil samples ,at the many The years three, sites Carter where said. .batteries ",'_>,\\11..'"'

were found are all in close proximity
to streams or drainage ditches from
which water flows into the Santa Fe .
II : Brooker Lowers. River or Swamp, Carter said. ... ,

Proposed Budget ; .,'').h''light:1:, -The early pollution this year problem when came a DELI to 142.. W; Call Street' '%;, ;]: "

'1 task 'force found high levels: of mer- Starke, Florida .
.' The Town of Brooker cury in fish at several' locations on '
set a 1984 apd the water system. Ah "r
General 964-8272
Administration : the Santa Fe River. ,, ,.
-:f budget about $2,700 less than the emergency reserve or $3,910 is In- 18773. "
.1 previous year in regular session cluded in the current year budget
4l July 26. ; for unforeseen system needs. Steels and Roads; $14,000. Major -'!; I ,
': The budget and property tax Other major expense, categories: portion of these funds is provided -
levy of 1367. mills will be con are retirement of bond issues and by Brooker's portion of the 4
: sidered at a public hearing salary of ,the required Class; C cent gas tax levied by Bradford
scheduled for August 30 in' the City operator to maintain the system. County, estimated to be some '
1 HaiL This hearing is For any public $8,750, '
comments concerning the budgetand The general revenue portion of THANK YOU
city spending priorities! the city budget, for operation of all Parks and Recreation: $1,600 '
't city functions other than the water .
Council members did not raise department, has been, set at Sanitation: $7,880. which includes 'I, ,
property taxes for.the upcoming $53,346, down $2,708 from the 1983 a portion of the billing'ex- ..
-i year, electing to levy the figure figure of,$56,054. Major reductionin pense for the water system, the { for
., that will produce the same amount this area is a drop, ,In State cost of which is split between gar- allowing me to serve
a
t of revenue as generated in 1983, as Revenue Sharing Funds of some ,bage pick-up and water revenues.:

certified Jimmy by Bradford Alvarez.Property Appraiser $3000. Fire Department: $4,683. Major 4; 'J, another :term As your ,

The Water System budget was The city budget was balanced bya portion of this item is purchase of a '. -
'J J held at a figure of $23,424. equal to reduction in the general revenue new base radio for the fire station Bradford
i that of 1983. The water system is emergency reserve to a figure of costing $1,500.Police rI' County
y required to be a self-sustaining $2537. The only new major expensewas
I operation as a separate'' entity of allocation of $1,000 for purchase Department: $ ;405 School Board Member -
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the city government '
of additional fire proof
.,' '. Clerk Linda Robinson added that
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The water budget, in-addition tbsystem ," ,\ 'the: city could expect -some carryover
operations, also pays for a ,, funds from the 1983 income,
; portion of the city clerk's salary as \ though 'this amount could not be I will continue, to strive \
well as a portion of$billing expenses -, Major expense categories ate, as known'until completion of the'
,t for both follows: ."- ; rt fiscal year September 30.
1 garbpgerpickup1Zoning ( .' '" 'f ", .. '" I, for quality education for, all

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were included in the sale agree land are much1 smaller than the' Civil Defense Association to occupy J.R., "Jim" Lawson rue nxicnu D EHT,EMEIIT '
" ment. He said he had been asked to ones in Green Acres and really the former meeting hall of
J represent Mrs. Freeman late look out of place. Adding more the Jehovah's Witness congregation
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Tuesday afternoon, and had not houses like that would '""degrade' located at Pratt and Christian "
been able to review the courthouse the area, one person said. Streets,west of the Bradford County -
records to determine what restric-, Another problem would Involve jail. .
\\h., .. jtions existed. ;': drainage according la Chairman Nearby home owners said allow;. t + :4'c. 'yy 'n'' I
I He added,,that Mrs. Freeman' Walter Wescott, who mentioned .Jng, ,,,,kind of ,biisltf '
.any a; "IRUDGE11 HEA'RINGi"O'N
-"- "" -v yn J FEDERAL
,7-- wns'three acres'across from the'" previous''problems In'that"'area', ', ,r "i : I' ,' ,' :- '
proposed development and she opposes with stormwater 'Welch pointedout residential area should not be per-
: the PUD. that the plans'' called for a mitted. Dewey Williams said he
1 In succession several residents recreational area which could had lived near that location for 36,, } REVENUE SHARING r'
'of the area presented reasons for store overflowing,storm water years and he opposed allowing a -
opposing the additional I business office 'in the "'J,. '., ,:,,,1
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residences. They included; Inman neighborhood. '
.1 Green, Robert Autry, Jewell Board member Spyros Drivas Advocates of the rezoning Board of Commissioners
Bradford
Brown, Herbert ''Green," Edward summarized the problems voiced pointed out that the office' space .& ,Jj-ie: : County County
Kimutis, Irene Faulkner, Harold by area residents and focused on would never bring more than 12
Davis, Kenneth Grlder, Paul congestion as the major concern. persons to that location and usually <;bf Starke will hold a public hearing", at 8:00: p.mon Monday -
Faulkner and Gladys Thomas. He said another apartment com only couple of ccrs would be
The opposition included adding plex had been allowed near the around No noise would be createdby August 6, 1984 in the Bradford County Courthouse at
, more traffic congestion to an area proposed location and other use of the business. '
where new ''apartments had just the land should be sought to avoid Board member.Johnny Hobbs 925 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida; for the purpose
.opened, less than half a mile away. .further congestion.The summarized the objections to the '
Addtional educational needs be- board unanimously rejectedthe rezoning and said allowing a of:
ing added to a nearby school. request to advertise the area'.' business in that neighborhood I !concerning.
Additional sewer and water for rezoning. would be "spot zoning: the Budget for .fiscal 1984-85 and'
hookups would be;required from' 'The recommendation to reject Hobbs made' motion that the proposed year
,the city. ,' ,;'' ', .'the rezoning request goes before petition' to rezone be rejected
\ 'Proposed single-family dwell.' 'the, Starke City Commission for 'which passed by a 4-1 vote. theijbse, of Federal Revenue Sharing Funds as contained inthcff
Ings are out of character with the- final action on Aug. 7. The final decision will be made .'
,1 .existing homes in the area Sevear' !1 In other business Thursday by the city commission when they proposed budget, summarized below.. '
!'residents mentioned that the three ,night the board rejected an application meet on the first Tuesday of, ,
( < 'houses.already -located, on that, to allow the! ,American (August. Federal Revenue Sharing is a program of federal fiscal
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f;I Brown (h'Ct 'l'pa"'l'" tar: ernmentswith: limited federal requirements' about how ,1 t.


"+i'; 'cessory to murder; depressed over his father's disap. late Sunday evening June 10, witha the/:money should be spent. ,
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In order to prevent the remains pearance. Brown, 26, was found
i being identified, Bolesta had 'dead in his trailer on south US-301 12-gauge self-inflicted shotgun.chest, wound_ from a V\l.|, l interested citizens, groups' senior citizens and
t returned to the scene of. the : '
,\u murder-several weeks later, 'and organizations are encouraged. to attend and to submit ,
moved part of the skeletal remains I :\, <;: '
. to another' location, .which have' "
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", comments. ,. ,1,
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also been recovered by law enforcement i 1 I '
.' '. ;authorities.. NOTICE .t I:. ; .. .; \ ._ ,: I '1' ,' ,
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t. The motive for the murder was, "I, ,< ,,<1:" : c' :'i', ..., ;' ;, '.SUMMARY,'OF PROPOSED 1984r85 BUDGET '';,:.' <;>"'1" .'':' JV f ; '

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1 k t-robbery, and .an. undertermined ,
Bradford CountyBoard of County Commissioners
'\ 'amount of cash was'.taken from; ?, : ; .. : i "' ,' > < "; ( V v.yA'it ., ;l'.jW
,r:. 1 ;* Brown. It was also revealed during'' Register 'to Vote ,-. ; .'/.. :') i ?. StarkeFlorida1; .. .!i;
the "
that ; .
: Investigate another Brad Iff]' '(' "
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Jir.- ford County resident was .also a )> 1-f' : "" .' ) ,
v "target of the,trip to,b6 robbed, and, '; I .'" I .'.. :,' .. \ ;1, ,
v lit murdered. <, I ; I j .
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. t !: *: ." 11 :" '" '1;:; I "; :CV. 'v" 'EXPENDITURES'i ,
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f. "t'The'unlawful i\ killing. of Carl ,1J' \ ; / v ;. '.' ,
fc1 Brown was one of the ''most REGISTRATION iDDKs'CLOSE 40:;01516544Q20252310:;: ,Law.Library.: Books ,and Materials' I $ 2,000.00 '

' {,''senseless brutal,murders ',I have: :: = : County Jail : Salaries/Personal Services, 'r 107805.00
'enc Untered. We are glad to have- : ', '.
Pala'list '
40-02-523-30 Jail 'r 39,083.00
County : Operating Expenses'
, \ i played a major role In the identity '"
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,", $,;and arrest of defendants' ..," said 40-02-523-60: County Jail : Capital Outlay < ;;" 1200.00
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. fit r:Sheriff. Reddish.- lime of ,and .2nd PRIMARY ELECTIONS" I 40-02.-523-99:: County Jail : Reserve for Continggency3,000,00
Duringthe Browns'mysterious 40-03..523-46 r* '..
disappearance his sonI'Paul -. : '' County Jail : Repair and Maintenance 1 ; 5,000.00
,, ,,, "! Brown, took: his: own We! 40:21511-45: ; County' Insurance and Bonds :" : *\ '\\:11.: 38.000,00

' f'Allhorlties..heorllttrthe" : 'mon was August, 4 1984 5 ,P.M.Etection 40,212511-46:: County Building Repair and Maintenance *\: .:' 10000.00
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..: : 40-2.1*511.64 County New Equipment pyer'SlOOeOOJfSSVMedicineDoctor.Vendor ::: :; :;' '' \V 10,000,00
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, nl 40 21 560-49 Fees/Payments :
, I ''( ; ; ,,, 6,000'.00'
. C : //THC BRADFOftO '', v'., ,40 21*:: 590-51 Computer Cost Allocation' '"*"": '15000.00
: I 1. '' Office ., 40-21 590.71 '
Ojwn Computer Principal 19500.00
'COUNTY'TILEGRAPt1' .. ,, "
; ,bU.h.d, vry,Thursday 4021590,72.; Interest "Allocation! -<;\; 10000.00

: ; at 133W. : U Str..t .Saturday, August 4; 9 am ,5, ,,J pfn 40-21..590-99 Reserve fpr4 Contingency;' :,.r ro.-!:* .12',OOO,OO.1i'

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The hazards of living in the "good old According to The Telegraph's account:
days"were no less dangerous than those of "The two dimensions of players have long
today, but sometimes they were more colorful looked at each other with derision,and last
and unusual than getting hit by an week the rivalry culminated In a challengefor
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automobile or losing a toe in the'power a game of baseball.

mower. mishap took place except that Bob

For Instance.who today could expect to Daniel's ball went clean through
be tossed into a syrup kettle full of boiling Strickland and hit Stump in the pit of the
water as happened to one adversary during Stomach, doubling him up as 1 it he had
a fist fight back in 1907? eaten a stale cucumber."

According to an exciting account of the After this staggering blow, it is no sur
affray in The Telegraph's December 6 prise that the final score was 12 to 10 in

: M -.'_ a ur G t'' A ... awkn t issue of that year, J.S. Bennett, who favor of the fats.
operated a farm southwest of Highland_ Game officials were: N. Sternberg
North Cherry Street East Call Street had employed Barney Johns to boil syrup manager; Bert Wall, umpire; and George
for him and ship it to Jacksonville, where White, scorekeeper.
Bennett lived.

1"" ........ ,_. But the shipments had not been satisfac- Runaway Horses DangerousIf
.
."" ;;"'., ", --' : I tory for some reason, and Bennett came other dangers seemed under control,
::1, "'....!......s.J '" down to see what was the trouble: A quar- there was always the threat of runaway
.,. .__. .. ..oIIr4 .. rel resulted. Bennett called Johns a liar, horses to pep things up in those days '
whereupon the syrupmaker hit his boss in
: :'-7' J.H, (Jim) Ritch the
.. 'ii" the back with a stick. Bennett countered popular
County
..J I _'' 'the attack by striking Johns in the face assistant cashier of the Bradford
r with such force that two bones in Bennett's Bank, had a serious brush with one ot theseon
"I P xlr hand broken. his way to Kingsley Lake in the summerof
:r1'rt. 1! "I II right were 1912.

I ly [2 The two grappled together and duringthe
Ai'l w wl i scuffle Johns chomped down on Ben- The Telegraph I reported:
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....,'\ la'' nett's left hand with his teeth. Johns was a ''Mr. Ritch was on his way to Kingsley
'.' ': t : powerful man and Bennett, being temporarily Lake and undertook to drive his hone pasta
'" i .. .' handicapped by having his right Brush automobile driven by, Edwin
"t. ,-, ; hand broken and his left hand between Freeman He was'aware that the horse
..,' r ? : : Johns' teeth, looked for, other means of was very much afraid of automobiles but,
\.. ,,'.'( ,1 + ;i :y escape. as the machine had been stopped, he
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Bo' : '. ; + thought he could without accident.
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: : ,Y+ ', ( The two were struggling near the sugar pass
; ,." furnace where the syrup kettle was full of When near the machine the horse seem-
boiling water. Bennett maneuvered his op- ed to go mad with fright and began to
South Water Street EDITORIAL Redgrave Street ponent toward the steaming pot and,at the plunge and rear,finally falling backwards,
I psychological moment, with all the landing with its head in the buggy. Mr.
strength he was capable of, dumped the Ritch was not hurt at this time and, dis-
panting Johns into the hot water.This gave mounting from' the'. buggy, soon ,got the
Good Image Is Essential to Blue Chip SuccessFirst Johns something else to think about and he' horse disentangled.When .
let go Bennett's finger in his haste to get
the animal seemed
quiet, he
out of the "steam bath"
undertook to replace the harness. But no
impressions are lasting ones, of us used to seeing (and ignoring) human habitation or are likely to Alarmed bystanders now entered the sooner than it had been replaced on the
and the overall of a town them daily rounds. It doesn'ttake scene and succeeded In breaking up the horse's back than the animal began to
appearance. on our cause sickness or disease so as to
fight since both men, by now, were willingto plunge and paw'madly. Fearing injury,
can "turn on" a prospective businessor many jungle-like vacant lots, lit- work injury to the health, morals, safe- declare a truce. Mr. Ritch made a step backward and, in

industry, or just as easily] turn them tered streets, and burned-out homes ty, or general welfare of those living Bennett returned to Jacksonville with doing so, tripped and fell. At the same mo
off if the image projected by the community -- and businesses to send a prospect on therein.", :-J x both hands bandaged, while Johns was injured ment, the horse tangled in the harness,fell
is negative instead of positive.Two his way looking for a more pleasant in the shoulder where he struck the on its side, and in scrambling to get up.
setting for his home or business. It is understandable why a community kettle's edge, and was scalded to some extent rolled over,on Mr,Ritch, breaking one of
weeks ago a countywide groupof allowing' such structures to exist his ribs and skinning his forehead' painfully -
officials and community leaders Fortunately the city's new or- within with its hoof.
its borders would not be attrac-
No! arrests had been made at ,the time
unanimously endorsed the concept of dinance dealing with unsafe, unsanitary tive to prospective residents or other the) paper went to press. Mr. Ritch was able to getup and make

having Bradford County, as a whole, and unsightly structures is investors, and would therefore not be his way to a seat In the automobile. J.F. j
become "Blue, 'communityunder and Kickliter, also bound for the lake, reachedthe
a Chip" finally m place the first citationswill eligible for certification. as a Blue Chip scene a few minutes later and took Mr.
a state-sponsored program to be mailed out next week, giving community. Fast Ball Hits Stump Ritch in his buggy. When they reached the

help communities achieve their goals owners of several such properties a Another to hurt in the dayswa home of Col C.L. Peek at the lake,a doctor
We who live here ,should view way get early !
for new job opportunities and improvethe period of 30 days in which to take cor- our < to stop a fast ball with your stomach. ,was called from town, Mr. Ritch's injurieswere
overall quality of life, rective action. If the property owner surroundings through the eyes of those Thin happened to Fred F. Stump, local attended to,and he is now safe on the

toward this end is refuses to comply, at the end of the 30 who come bee looking for a place to merchant and later postmaster, during a road to recovery \" t,
Organization invest their dollars, or to find a plea- baseball game between the 'fats and
he file with the
days an appeal
already under way and contacts have may sant place t' live and rear their I leans" in 1915. '
been made to enlist volunteers to serve Code Enforcement Board. If this appeal ,children. A B ue Chip'community will I I i ''''I" \

tin I thesix, categories,of community effort is denied he may,file a further appeal fill the bill for rath a residential and an ," ,

needed to achieve designation as a with Circuit Court. ro: of Count''nt'pn tlt."

Florida Blue Cfiip*Community. This If the City performs or contracts to the unsafe peqIJlPIHm 1th all IA'; h.J'U'; ) < ,1J i Q 3dVoteb. lUiw 9m!(ib 10ro D96ubbitt bl1ii 'Null'J'rtj"Inrl'1flln ; a#for I

organizational work will likely be com' have the 'demolition and/or cleaning- +. Jjber.ate, .. eComrrmunityChie 19ff ot b&i& .9S'XOrrotf 9t1)oj \_ ?*nit>-',. ??(, "ru7,sil9d, JI"ibh.tw:
pletctl'nl'ci'Jiiwtiii of llw Clid blot! ttf' worrnJ ;;The ca"sf"wecome'lein i a ?? JJe' this desirable goal. Upgrading Your'Garden( those grown 1 In mulched gardens will stand

Commerce oafd'Of Governors today on the property involved. tall. We've seen all kinds of materials used

(Thursday)':at'12i30; Jn the chamber,of- The ordinance gives the city authority 'ff 1Anonymous By now most folks have just about finish, for mulching including plastic, pine
fice. From then on it will be a matter of ed harvesting and storing all the straw,hay,oak leaves,and wood shavingseven
coordinating and implementing the to act in the case of structures that Writer vegetables from our spring gardens. touch things as peanut hulls,
are "damaged by fire, wind or other Although it's not yet time to begin making newspapers and. gravel.
desired goals. causes and are dangerous to life safe- Objects to Policy preparations for fall planting you should You may'1 'think of other summer chores

One of the most important requirements ty, morals, or the general health and not completely Even forget this about interlude your present there and new, gardening ideas. Meanwhile,
garden. during
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to be met is "Community welfare of the occupants or the peopleof Requiring Signatures are things to think about and tasks to per don't forget !the care of any plants that are
Preparation and Appearance", dealing the city". form to Insure.continued gardening suc- still producing. A little extra effort may
valuable from
squeeze some productivity
with the crucial first impressionthat Also. "those which,have become or Dear Editor: cess. your old plot.And, be sure to use any extra
a community makes on the pro- Maintaining a successful, productive time during this slow gardening season to
soective developer or investor. Defects ,are so dilapidated decayed, unsafe I wonder If you wouldn't put some vegetable garden Is a never-ending enter formulate future plans that could pay off in
unsanitary, or which so utterly fail to thought into a change of policy concerning 'prise Even though you may be experiencing a better fall harvest.
and unsightly scenes are far more obvious provide the amenities essential to decent letters to the editor? I sumbit to you, that a lull between spring harvest and fall
to visitors than they are to those Jiving that they are unfit for there would be a much freer flow of ideas planting, there's still work to be done.This
and opinions in your" paper were you to do, week I'll talk about how to take advantage

so.To of this,period by performing those,fine- FORESTRY-_
require a person to submit name, address tuning tasks that can make the difference
and phone number in order for their between a good and a great garden.If .
I Jillig.tbeNuclearBo; opinion to be voiced undermines one's con ''I IN'BRADFORD
: fidentiality. In a small town such as you still have vegetables' in your' COUNTY
Starke, one may be hesitant to voice an garden you should continue,'or perhaps By David W.Norton
,opinion that is unpopular or "goes againstthe even intensify, a regular pest protection
"How high will we pile the trigger nuclear replies, and,. the grain" of popular thought. In certain program. We re into the rainy season now,
missiles?" asked New York,Governor retaliatory process will cause''' global circumstances persons may feel that which means hot.,wet days, and warm, Natural reseeding to regenerate a forest
Mario Cuomo in his memorable dust and unprecedented soot storms. there may even be repercussions in voicing humid nights just the conditions that of pines is not a "Christmas present" way
idea stimulate insect and disease pest activity. to grow timber. Natural reseeding is by far
an Unlike that of his or her
keynote address at the Democratic National The results would be, they believe, like neighbors. I, myself, have several times Tomato and corn fruit worms and pickle cheaper than planting a stand of your
Convention missiles that we the storms surrounding Mars, and of thought I would like to express my attitudes worms can be; very. destructive at this seedlings, but reseeding Is not without its
dare not use because, if they are, "the such magnitude as to alter the climate, on this or that which was importantto time And, even those pests which haven't problems. '
the and block and me, but did not feel I wanted in been overwhelming thus far,often become' '
other side" will retaliate, and..pooofl freeze oceans,, light everyone Leaving the remaining trees following a
There goes planet Earth! warmth from the sun. town or even the newspaper staff to know severe like during the rainy months." Things timber' sale to,grow or seed your. next
who it was that was ,writing It's very, aphids. cabbage worjns. (Squash stand of pines is a big mistake. Unless
The Governor's widely acclaimed Chief danger, 'from a nuclear exchange frustrating that a concerned citizen cannot borers, and corn bud worms are common ,have made plans to leave:good quality you

speech also led to other questions:' is not the blast, concussion, or: voice his opinion on the basis of,being. just, 'alert problems.for signs So?of you damage should, and be be,especially preparedto seed trees you, can forget about natural
need the of cities that, a concerned citizen. regeneration :Once you 'allow helter-.
Does America really 334, major even collapse biologists I believe Th Telegraph's editorial apply insecticides as needed.
military bases in 21 countries, 25 basesin predict but the all-enveloping soot should be an /open forum for the diverse page In addition, maintain a sharp lookout for you skelter will timber'get just cutting what. you on bargained your property for..a,
American possessions, and 3,000 which, combined with smoke would ideas and opinions that are surely presentin the spread of plant diseases.Any diseased mess. '" "
auxiliary support stations worldwide? cut off sunlight causing temperatures this community' but. which' are being plants should be pulled out and disposed of: "If have
Shouldn an important part of the at- around the' gifobe ,to drop to five stifled by some sort of effort I to put"credibility" the as soon as possible. Plants remaining in walk you.out to the recently area and had see a what timber was sale left,

tack on the $200 billion deficit ,be a degrees F. or lower, freezing the seas feeling that The to those'opinions.Telegraph believes get that the good garden fungicide.should be sprayed' weekly witha and try to figure out why. Take a good look

verified nuclear weapons freeze' that and causing,snow to fall almost con- you must "be somebody" before you can at those trees and what :you'll find are
Summer is a good time to evaluate the poorly formed, low quality, undesirables.
over five could save $98 billion stantly. or should attempt to express your opinion,
years
seed varieties you selected, for the, spring Allow tiles trees to seed and
This is food for thought and I do reserve grow or you
and reduce the deficit by seven to The present position of the United my right to by signing off as "A garden. Ask yourself such questions as:: may cut timber again in about GO i years. If
privacy ,
twelve percent a year? States and Russia has been describedas Concerned Citizen" '," did the variety produce''strong, vigorous you are attempting' natural seeding,
plants?'' What about the quality of the leave at least ten trees with diameters often
How should the react to that of two belligerent men standing .
government .t l' ,.+ vegetables themselves How about inches or greater on each acre.
the recent declaration by reputable ankle deep in a pool of gasoline. Each DearConcerneed, Citizen: disease rcsistanceT-Try to make note of Another hazard of natural Is
mart'has six inches the varieties which did well and those thatdidn't reseeding
biologists indicating that nuclear war a match one long (Whoever :
you are,I once the seed has fallen,if it doesn't landon
could result in a "nuclear winter" that and the other 12 inches long. Is the man ,so you'll have some idea of the'onesyou'll bare dirt I it will not g.rminate.Annual

would annihilate the human race? with,the long match any safer than the We are publishing'' your letter even vegetable want to include. In your fall prescribed burning, of a' seed-tree area
one with the short one? though it was unsigned since it raised an' garden, must continue until a reasonable stand of
Summarizing ,new findings, the : issue and posed a question that we think, .Also, summer offers'a good opportunity seedlings exist,., Burning can keep back
biologists' report concluded: "..our A parallel may be drawn betweenthe deserves an answer. to observe the'' beneficial effects of competing brush, destroy logging debris
most thoughtful projections are that a two men and two nuclear armed Most if not aU, newspapers! have'pOlicy a mulching, ,If you mulched' your" spring 'and,scarify.the soil for a.seedTall.

major:nuclear; exchange will produce, ,countries.; both already''' have more for egainsppublishing a good reason; If such anonymous letters con-letters few garden.weeds you'll, whereas notice yourneighbor's that you have very un- ,Want to learn more about the use;and applications

among its, manYtlauSfble; effects the than toes warheads to :blow ''theother tail material (hat is controversial,. 'mulched garden maybe, overrun .with 11 of Natural Regeneration!
greatest ,biolo lcal and physical up, it really make'any; dip ,statements that may be Inaccurate or even weed 'growth. Nematode Injury also* is On" August: $0, .the Florida": Forestry
disruptions of.,this planet in its last 65 ference which has the most? libelous of another person,the paper would much 'milder on mulched 'vegetables. Association, -will host "a .free Natural''
million :" have no way of checking such charges and While nematodes will attack,; ,mulched Regeneration/Direct', Seeding Workshop
years Talk is said to be cheap but at this. ''of determining who is responsible. for making ; their, effects are not as, severe, for private forest' ,landowners in'the
Many scientists have concluded thatit point talk is invaluable. ,and,the two them. If a libel suit.should result: from because of the,healthier root done in| a: Alaehua: County, area' (including

is not possible to have' a "small" men standing in a pool of gasoline,had such a letter attacking a person or' an Individual mulched, garden.' BradfordTh'' workshop will focus on thead'vantages'and
nuclear war..the nation that off better start talking. unjustly or unfairly 'the paper The most striking observation you'll limitations of natural
sets could be held responsible for damages suffered Is how controls; regeneration and direct seeding.' ,This will
make About mulching it
the first explosion! automatically by the libeled party.We soil moisture( 'Vegetables;,IP'OWII'On .,un-'' be followed by complimentary {isilfry'andflod .
I for
agree(hat if anonymous letters were mulched,tote sandy soils will droop,while trip attendees. ,,
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acceptable there would be a much freer' ; Mkny londown.ra J are' unaware that '
flow of ideas and opinions our letters col- ,.
there are alternative to the high cost of
Registration Deadline'el' umn. But a signed letter,, in our opinion e ,
r a sit preparation and"tree planting.Natural ,
* 'carries much more ,Weight and, validity rejpMttratlon and dire seeding can be an "
than one whose writer,chooses to remain Ineapetwlve' way 'tl)' reforest, harvested '
VOTE anonymous. ,We prefer letters ,with .A forwrttand. 'The':workshop will begirt '*t
5' published signatures qT Coorse"but ,will. .Th.( av.ragypAmerican +. .' 10:cep a.m. and end at 33 >p>.m. ,

'p.-t1u:; 'ft.t-;4 withhold. This the procedure name of sfculd t writer provide Ugan'request. ade-: lite* about W poun t..of '.Igie r", \\ .tt'be' at' th*Atextfcu* :
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Vickie, Norman :,and, Brian, McCulloch Marry June 30 in First Baptist Church ,

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graduated from Dldasey High employed by Nationwide Insurance
Vickie Lynn Norman and Brian ,Miss Cathy:: Norman of Jackson- School, Timoniue, Md. and Wake in Gainesville.Forest .
Keel McCulloch were united in mar ville attended her sister as maid of University, Wlnston-Saleitt After a wedding trip to Negril,
riage Saturday, June 30, in the First honor. Attendants were Brenda N.C. Jamaica the couple is residing in'Mr.
Baptist Church, Starke, with Rev. Alvarez, Elaine Collings, and Cheri and Mrs. McCulloch are both Gainesville.
James K. Cowart officiating. Morgan, all of Starke, and Jeanne
The bride, granddaughter of Mr. Rosenquist of Gainesville.
i:. and Mrs. Leon M. Norman, Sr. oft The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
,. Starke, wore an Alfred Angelo Mrs. Harold McCulloch of 1 e
lace accented with lace and pearl brother, Jeff McCulloch of 4 ,M '
beading. The neckline was of I.\$ e- Longwood Craig Graham and Scott
I shoulder and leg-o-muffln sleeves, Schroenborn of Gainesville Steve
1which'/. were also accented with lace. Jeske of Charlotte, N.C. and his best 0
:' 'The was Henry Grandizlo of
empire fitted bodjce noted for man no
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flowing lines ended In' a chapel
length train. tier hat, also designed -Melanie Thomas of Wildwood was
i by Alfred Angelo consisted Of baby flower girl and Jason Bennett of "
r "I} ni pearls with pearl streamers which Starke *was ring-bearer, both, are ",, ',
matched the neckline of the gown. cousins of the bride, .
She carried a crescent bouquet of The bride graduated from Bradford \. }

'" mauve wedding ribbon.flowers entwined with. High. College School, and The Lake bridegroom City Community M', by Ri hard C. Tiiller D.CX


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,K of Interest r"ViV : Terry, Lyrm Kite, Fa does one turn for health information when well? More

'i .* ,'>r,V\:i joe people than ever are realizing that health Is q process of
Johnson
Darlene Floyd ** ,, preventive maintenance' not lust an absence.of, disease. The
Married July 28' : 'i i physician has been, schooled td disease-
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oriented view of health. He treats disease as It occurs with a
",_;: Marry July 28 Mrs.the Genevieve marriage Solano of her is announcing niece, biochemical approach.: In the absence of'a bodily crisis there Is

Rev. and' Mrs. James Tucker of Terry Lynn Kite, formerly of Starke, a lesser concern for disease prevention'measures. :One hardly
Starke announce the marriage of to Joe Edgar Johnson of Houston, ever seeijja.: physician when well. The chlropracto'rt on the other

their son, Donald Braddock, to Miss Texas, which took place on' Satur. hand, shores the concern of a growing number of people,who

", ,. Darlene Floyd, daughter of Andrew day The July 28, at 6 was p.m.performed by want to stay in shqpe". Chiropractic's concern Is for continuing

Floyd of Mayport and Shirley Floyd Rev Bradley ceremony C. Dubose, pastor at "wellness", .

of day DeBary, July 28., which. took place Satur- Calvary Chapel, Pasadena, Texas, When'cbntinging/ wellness becomes an Important priority In

; Mr. Braddock Is employed with with a 'reception following in the : \} your life, and you .decide' to see a chiropractor, call on Tuller
his father'atlacker Asphalt Co..in Social Hall. ,, Chiropractic Center, 260-B'S. Lawrence Blvd. (473-7213)( ) prac
in Houston
:.,' ,. Starke. Texas.The couple Is residing ;,. ,,IIi ) ,preventive health care for both adults and children, with

'. t Mr.and Mrs''. Brian McCulloch the total patient and Interrelatedness of body,parts and functions
'.' ," j In-mind. In this way, V differ.from, more traditional 1 physi-

: cians. Hours are by appt'? Mon.-Frt. 8:30-6, Sat. 912.

I Linda Crawford and Wayne;;Fernandez .Marry:; July! ]14 i This column is brought to you' by TULLER. !CHIROPRACTIC
,, ,; ,;, CENTER service., 260-8 S; Lawrence Blvd. ((473-7213)), as a !community


'; Miss Linda Dee Crawford, Everett Francis Fernandez, Maintain health through regular chiropractic

,daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Zachary brother of the groom, was best man. ._
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Crawford of Augusta Ga., and Robert Perry Mazur was usher, ..;, 1 care.'J ,
Wayne Scott Fernandez, son of Mr Miss Brenda Lee Crawford was ',' '. ', .. i':" "" \ ', .,
and Mrs. Everett Anthony. Fern her sister's maid of honor. Miss '" 'n.,
nandez of Julia Ann Crawford, sister of the ,:
Augusta, Ga.. were married 2 'u'w :: ir'/t ', .; :;:,
o" July 14, at 7 p.m. in the home of bride, was bridesmaid. '' :" I' "' ?

the groom's parents. TheRev. J. The bride was given marriage ,," "r' < ; :,,_;,. :
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Ferrell DrUmmond officiated: by her father. ,_" :: : \
The bride Is the granddaughter of Following a reception the couple .. J'.;. : : ,
the late Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie left for a wedding trip.'arter which ,,, .' 'J.Ijj'If-; : ) ) ,
Crawford and Mr. and Mrs, S.R. they will live in Virginia Beach, Va. '" ,_ ,
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Dawn Chilson 1 Street Hostesses Baptist Church.were Mrs. David .Q 50th RatE's'Worth

Honored With Show>. Lawson Mrs. Charles Mrs. Blalock Kenneth'Mrs.Etheridge X.M. : : Anniversary

Smith, Mrs. Bill Dodd, Mrs. Cary 'l'
The Fellowship Hall of the Starke '
Church of God was the setting for a Nazworth Mrs. Robert Mathews, ,
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Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Henry l" Are
bridal shower July 19 for Dawn Rhymer "" Celebrating
Harrell, Mrs. J.E. Denmark and :
Chilson Aug. 10 brl e- lect. ,
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wedding,bells hanging at points of "
law Mrs. They also,, Wa ,); :
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refreshment Boren
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covered with linen with $
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.>, an overlay of white lace. One table 'The refreshment eight. 'table \vas with a playpen. .. . _

.was centered wfth' a, five-branch covered i with\ a yellow checked cloth
white wrought iron candelabra ----
and centered with %'
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holding green tapers and surrounded of silk flowers. Finger foods
yellow Mrs. Frank Durrance 1'0 60
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green linen with an overlay of white June 26 by Mrs. Mike Shemer, Mrs. 9'1: Day .
',' and centered with a white tree limb Steve Register, Mrs. Bill Floyd, .
with yellow and green rice bags and Mrs. 'Frank Durrance Mrs. Doug Sides and Mrs. Ron Harris Simple Interest
j. bells with bride at the home of the latter on Bes- ',

I ", and yellow Games groom wedding standing were under played it.a and' Honored With ShowersMrs. sent Games Road with prizes and ::4''(."/ k.'tjJ.iii,,, 1.i..,;,1. /t.I'.;" ,,' "; % j;:', ',';' .. .
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Henley, Mrs. S.J. O'Steen, ',Mrs. Shirley Moore, Mrs Beth Moore, The refreshment table was ? ,"i" t\ ,.
Buster. Hughes and 'Mr,. Charles Mrs. Doreen Davis Mrs Bonnie covered with a white lace cloth and ,( Simple Interest ." f6'""

Schmitt, presented, the honoree; Padgett, Mrs. Diann Outlaw and centered with a Teddy Bear ar .
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roses bett, each and the with honoree a corsage with of a yellow set of\ .latter.Games and refreshments were en- honoree The hostesses with-a baby presented, corsage and the I.:; ., ,):., ;..,,. 12 55 Al 12.0' % -
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'rangement'lavendar and lavender centered: silk with flowers'an ar If ybuVe had enough ups and downs and would 1" Fully Insured Lip to $100.000. Substantial penalties for early withdrawal.

Qankedpy' doves and brl4e and 1il e to smooth things out a bit, we can help. With'v ; .
'"'groom dolls encircled withi; Budget Billing-virtually the electric bill
same. dry FORTUNE
The gift table was, "
greenery.
centered with' ''parasol' and bride. ?month' for the whole year. Isn't it nice' to have ;a choice? { 'y.f.,, #'r" ,fii ,
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'J Medford Connelly. 'Speaks. at B-U Realtor,Meeting., : : i .i ,' \I. i i>S : :7 Sl

,\ The Bradford-Union County Boardof was introduced. by Cecelia Ter, The "Summer Outing: >f the meeting will be. Aug. 13 at the > The' Social 'tte
Realtors held their regular willegar.The Board will be held Auguitrfi. at 3 Chambeiof' tfonMefce$.nd: the next

meeting July 26 at the Western Steer meeting was brought to order p.m. at the home of Mr'ad Mrs. .. '" .
,, Steakhouse Guest speaker was by president Susan Faulkner and Delano Thomas, Fire Lane 55, regular meeting'\' will' be" held on The
Medford Connelly who gave an In. regular, order of business was attended Kingsley Lake. > Gladys Mooty Of
f spiring talk on "Salesmanship". He to.I The next Executive, :,:Board Thursday, Aug. 23$12; noon.
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I t ;':, :, ,.'. :: i i ), ;.".;; Mr. and Mrs Mark Jackson and
Mrs. Jean Rathel, Mrs,;j',Cindy family were vacationing last week in
," jolone O'Steen ,!fr, Hurley and Mrs. Judy Plummer of Savannah, Ga., Greenville, S.C.,
Country ClubDirectors Salisbury Md. spent Friday to Tues Hendersonvllle, NC.'Blue Ridge
Luncheon Honoree Meeting day with Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- Parkway, and visited Rev and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. John Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch ahd
dish and visited Mrs. Mamie Lou Rick Jackson in Chattanooga, Tenn. son, John, Jr., of Titusville! spent; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch spent Fri.
Miss Jolene O'Steen, whose mar- The Boafti of Directors of the Edwards at Whispering Pines Nursing the weekend with Ms mother!, Mrs. day, to Wednesday touring North
Ii riage to John A. Parramore will take Starke Golf' nd Country Club will Home. :, Cathy Grider of Austin, Texas, is Mack Williams. Carolina and Virginia,
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place on August 5 in Marianna, was hold their monthly meeting at the I .. home on two weeks vacation
honored at a luncheon Tuesday,July Club on Tuesday night, Aug. 7, at
i 24, held in the fellowship hall of the 7:30: p.m. '.:.:::',",, -' '; ':"'" :,',, ',:' '. :::.,. "d,," ("",, ,: ::;:':: .::",'iC', ," ; ::"'.:' .:.:: ,.:;:: ;. ,: : .
First United Methodist Church. There will be, reports from the Cox Appliance
Hostessing the affair were Mrs. J.E. newly organized Committees con
i Byrd, Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., Mrs. cerning plans for the Qualified
R.A Green, Sr., Mrs J.W. Griffin, year All members are encourage Experienced, &
Mrs. F.L. Merlie, Mrs. W.H. Thom to attend. and Dedicated '
son, Mrs. C.B. Ruckdeschel, Jr. and
Mrs. L.O. Rund. Air
I Iced coffee punch was served as A11NOUNeIl1G Conditioning
'( the guests arrived. Corsages were RE-ELECT '
I presented to the honoree, her Allison Diane Durrance Service
11 mother Mrs. C.E. O'Steen, the prospective
mother Mrs. W.E. Gilbert S. (Gib)
groom's Frank and Charlotte Durrance of r ,
Parramore, of Marianna, and the attendants Starke announce the birth of a Mrwaaaw ,,
.! Miss Heather O'Steen and daughter, Allison Diane, born July Service and Repair on:
Miss Donna Warwick of Gainesville. 12 in Alachua General Hospital. BrownClerk r; All Major Appliances
r Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr. presided. Maternal grandparents are Mr.
\ Following the blessing, given by and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead, Sr. of ; Air, Conditioning
I Mrs. L.A. Canova, 50 guests were Starke and great grandfather Is Circuit Court Electrical
; entertained at the luncheon.A pastel Johnnie O. Dobbs of Lake Butler. I Refrigeration .
color theme was carried out with Paternal grandparents are Rev.
mint green runners on white and Mrs. C.F. Durrance of Jasper! Bradford CountyYour
JOE COX OWNER
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tablecloths, with myriad arrangements
of multi-hued roses, Interspersed 1 Benjamin .:Crawford vote is your voice in county government -
with white hobnail vases'of
miniature roses at intervals. The Mr. and Mrs. Broderick Crawfordof Last date to register to vote in the up-

floral pieces were made by Mrs. Lake Butler announce the birth of coming primary is Sat. Aug. 4, 5 p.m.
of
H.P. Herres. Tiny nosegays white, a son, Benjamin Earl, born July 27' 964-7462
trimmed ''with mint ribbon, '
green in Alachua General Hospital. s;+;
made by Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., were Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
attached to each place card. Elaine Griffis of Starke. Maternal Your Vote & Support Will Be Greatly AppreciatedLETS
The hostesses presented the is
great grandmother Mrs. Hazel
honoree with a gift of silver as a Carlton also of '
Starke. Rt. 2, Box 2116
memento of the occasion.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. KEEP GIB BROWN
and Mrs. Earl Crawford of Kingsley (Hwy ,16 Raiford Rd)
Lake. Paternal great grandmothersare WORKING FOR YOU AS YOUR CLERKPAID
., Byron Bagwell Mrs. Amelia Crawford of rOUTKAl ADVERTISEMENT Starke, Florida 32091
Has Summer Party Gainesville and Mrs. Pansy Griffisof
Starke.

Byron Bagwell was host at a sum .'
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Cherry Street Saturday evening July -
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Music, dancing and refreshmentswere
enjoyed during the party hoursof
8 and 10:30: p.m. by 18 of his
friends. THE OFFICE SHOP
Among the guests at the party A }1 d'J: ,
were Byron's cousin, Ben Dixon of
Hermitage, Tenn, who spent the r /4J. 110 W. CALL STREET ", STARKE
week with Byron.

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Dawn Chilson and Glenn Corbett, a ..r-" ,f1r' .. & t : efnad:)'1'm1o" "IIelltApprec.iation / iigoil'
son of Ms.Jan Corbett,which will be t i } ?i
an event of Aug 10, at 8 p.m. in the d
Starke Church of God. .. Day""i, "i'u
All friends and relatives are In- a
vited to attend.Duplicate "

BUY ONE ; .,
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Duplicate Bridge Club will hold a .'
tournament on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at T"i."
7:30: p.m. in the Starke Woman's ,
Club building. Bridge players are in- :;',, .' ,
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July 24 results are: first, Lucile ,,
Green and Marjorie Thomson; se- ,., .': ,
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Faikel Reichmann; fourth;. third, Ida Shaw Mike and and Evelyn Mabel ,. .i'; Buy One Gel One fREE Buy One Gel One FREE Buy. One Gel One' FREE, ) j,. .t" );y

Griffin. 'J-,j;- OEROL MIRAO \ While You Were NO.1Blu.; / \i\i1 "

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hold a meeting Wednesday Aug. 8, : '
from 10:30 a.m. til I p.m. at ''h ". ',t.' I t.... ''. ,, ,,.,'","' "" \'."
Skeeter's Restaurant,, 2601 NW 13th 'I,1: ,\, ::
St., in Gainesville. f", n. ,...." II r. h, .. ;0 t !l. !! : : : ,. \
Special speaker will be Kitty Kay, ,. I I',. ', 'I't", ,..'. I ,,' '" ."," .1' i ',11' \Gh.',) hoer, ,7D'JY; \0'j. ,,, ((1. ,;," ;'. :. t,..;...,. 0,' ,"

testimony and concert. Please use BU'lOnl'G tonefREE.: t Buy One Get One FREE ', t .,\, la' .':8uy-One Get.One FREE''' ",,fi .1, ,;
Prayer Chain Gerry 378-8458. Child Iv'' "" '. .314"800' "' ", It .tl"r,'r" 1(1ji r ", ". "
Care reservations by Aug. 6, Trish, ; i' Papermate Med:Pt: '- ? ( Eidem : .,; \ .,

373-3235. :i;.;, :'\.:>.': ; PE S I SCOTCH, TAPE ..ADD.. .A;.FILE, \\1-h\1\: ,:':'

"..," ", $ 4.20 I I I" $ 23.4o '", '. :$..1.7' ,I'9 ""',' ,'/" "" ','e','".".,'

Noteburnlng Service >, Doz. doz. .'
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sometime, to burn notes signifyingall : I

paid payments for. made and completely -x; '. Buy One Get One FREE i \ ; : Buy One Get One fREE 'OFF 5uMIX: !>''t'tx :.:,

f, All friends of the Lawtey Church ;. Y: \. "' ACCCl110 Bits}) %ii Plain or Window t't: I ;4 i tt'.. son fisher! ,. ,. ,. ';,
';, of God are invited Sunday 5 to P APE CLIPS No 1 0 Envelopes.\ : .r r satii; : "'.' uS. '
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iNO'C'"s:' ; Oran geSt..Baptist*a revival begin \; t\;\ >",', lUy! n. OetOne. FREE ba', I ;c Buy One Get One FREE' \); 100.oQ,OFF / W : (
: ", 'I". '", ,sing Monday, Aug. 6, through Sunday '" :";\'\,,-".- '" !? .. Bud Cassette on$1M ,) ,; ;r.. ,

7 Dinner-on-the-grounds,Aug. 12. will be MAIKEHS: ,, :, i 4F ;i.. :. ;,, TAPES' ;{ "I. : "TYNHS! .\ ''it ;: .:::
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'f" ,'(" >. i '' i returned\ Sunday after a nine day after 16 diys in North Florida
Mr, and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Mr.fRMiffeitltpeflt Mr.and Mrs. Raymond DeVoe',Sr. Attending the N.E.Florida Education Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cissy attendedthe camping vacation at Crescent Regional Hospital following a mild
/ forma have returned visit Consortium Summer Leadership wedding! of a niece, Cathy stroke.
from.a. nine day Beach.
last Johnson Mark Rivers July 21
to on
last Tuesday to
several Conference
with
days friends and in
family New Mrs. Betty
week at Daytona Beach. Jersey, Thursday at Daytona Beach were: in Atlanta and spent July 22-28ln the Mrs. Janet Turner Mr and Mrs Amos Sanford of
and Mrs Ann Godwin
Cullowhee Mountain, N.C. where Anne Phillips
John A. Reddish, Dewey McKinney, Tavares were Sunday to Tuesday
V.J. Spengler returned home Sun Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Mrs. Donald Billy McRae, Jesse Moore, Wayne they were Joined by their tcn-in-Jaw, spent last week at Panama City guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early.PIEHURST .

day after 16 days in Alachua General Hardenbrook and Mrs. A.J. Eaves McLeod, Robert Paterson, Tom and daughter, Jodie and Karen Beach."n.. n',_._. .___._.,. --..... -,.. ..
Hospital where he underwent attended the School of Missions for Casey, Lucille Payne Marion ,Johnson of Gainesville They also "". .,,, '" raWilWinllmHliliiflirIN" niirl",Vnrr, '_ ..iHTrnrTiniH- -...." _
surgery. \ Florida Methodists at Florida Payne, Michael Reddish, Carl ,toured Georgia, Tennessee' and,
Southern College in Lakeland Fri ClaflC:; Myrna Lou Rahn, David North Carolina.
Mrs. W.H. Thomson was In Birm day to Sunday. Smith, Eugenia Whitehead, Rick .'
ingham, Ala. Thursday to Monday Ezzell and Mary Ann Kyle..Attending -
visiting her son and family,.Mr.,and Mrs. Eloise Starling and daughter Secondary Leadership Conference Mrs. Dot Porch underwent & VARIETY
Mrs. Henry Thomson.Mr. Julie were in Miami Sunday, to sponsored by the Depart surgery last Thursday in Shands GROCERY :
Wednesday visiting son, Jimmy, ment' of Education' at Inessbrook Teaching Hospital: She la expected
and Mrs. C.L Cooper and who is employed with the. Florida was Jim Duncan. home Friday 954.5537 Hwy..100 South
grandchildren Tina and Scott Highway Patrol. .
., Branham, attended a Miss Royanne 'McWaters' of
ner for Marvin Stewart in LaCrosse Attending the Fer- Savannah, Ga. was the weekend t 25 OffLADIES
,- on ,Sunday, nandez/Crawford wedding July:14 In guest of Miss Pam Duffy of Starke, ''!" Mr. and Mrs. Frank" Mitchell of %
Miss two tickets to.the
Augusta, Ga. were Mrs. H.M. Duffy won
,:';%:' $1?'!Stephen Hail of Orlando spent the Richards, Mrs. S.R. Johns and Mr. Jackson's victory Tour'in'Jacksonville :Mr.Starke and and Mrs.daughters Chuck Coty and of families Tampasand CLOTHING
weekend with his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Randy Johns, ,Ricky and from Lil' Champ Stores. Miss Mr. and Mrs. James Hardee of
Mrs. Rodney Hall, in Theressa and Elise. Duffy and Miss McWaters are both last week in SUMMER STOCK ONLY
Mr and Mrs. R.O.Dansby In Starke. seniors at Eckerd College in St. Leesburg spent ,
Petersburg, Daytona Beach. They were joinedfor Slacks Shorts Blouses
Mr. and Mrs. B.D. Strickland and Mrs: Jeff McRae and *
a day by
'Dr.RE. Dopson,Sam Ludwig and Mrs. Bessie Strickland of Fort' '. son, Jimmy;and Mrs. Charles,Norman -. .' Crop Tops Tee Shirts Pullovers
Tom Davis with their sons, Walton Beach were Monday visitors! ; and children of Starke.
Christopher, Ryan, and Tom spent of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and : Fashionable Pinstripe Slacks & Cordlnating Tops
July 28 and 29 camping, hiking and family returned Sunday night,from : ,':, .' ', ,
,exploring at Gold ilcau Branch State Mike King returned to Leesburg two weeks vacation In the New, 1 j, .' ; :" : fj.t
Park. Monday after 10 days visit, with hip England states, Bar Harbor"Maine'' :..{oJ. :, \' ,: ,'(\.I., .: ,
mother, Mrs.'Walter King. and Arcadia National Park"They ; Bobby tayloru'and'Ms.: Dlann 25 % Off
Mr. and Mrs. AI Carlisle returned ,picked up their daughter Julie' who'' Douglas .are.attending.the Florida
." Wednesday of last week from 10 Mrs. Phoebe. Denham of Penn- had been at the Young People's In {Extension professionals meeting at ,
.weeks visit with friends and family sauken, N.J., is visiting Mrs. Francis stitute at the University of Connecticut '- sCaptiva Wednesday to,Friday: ; Mens Western Shirts (short Sleeves)
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I Monday, August 20, the Starke to our community last year: Christian I -\ now know Jesus 'as their personal; -! .i state-accredited and staffed with ac- 1 Yard & Get the Second Yard
Adventist Christian education -\ the alternative friend; One who helps them in every ::,'credited personnel The Seventh-day
,'Seventh-day 1649 W. Madison St., will ,education that offers each, child. a, phase of their lives and education. .; Adventists believe in young people C
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environ rand
its doors agali to community whole learning experience: Offering children a safe have'provided for for Only (summer.fabric only)
open children. First grade through eighth gradenot ment,free of drug problems and richIn them'since the 1800s, becoming the
: < all Christian love and understandingis' second largest Protestant educattjional -
the of the Starke only grew in basic subjectsbut
It priviledge
I Seventh-day was Adventist Christian they studied the 'stories and additional advantage of this.': ,: system) in the world today.Brooker .,
I :'Church of offer Christian education truths of the Bible. These children educational system. The school"sMr. STARKE UPHOLSTERYBoats .

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l' ty C.E. was a small child. Returning there,,,, ,f ,, ; "
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.3' Dinner. memories for Mrs. Russ. day guests of Mrs. G.W, Davis;* ,i, E. Ed
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Dept. Sue Davis visited Mrs. Janet Mrs:Mildred Green and Mrs:Lula <
A Real Success'Fire Mae 'Baxter' visited the Johnnie
Thompson who is a' patient in
" Chief Tony Stalnaker of the Women's Hospital) in Tampa during Lewis'weekend.in Callahan over, the

I Brooker Volunteer Fire Department the weekend. Yarbroughannounces
,, said, "This is fantastic!"'as
he helped count receipts from ticket "For Better County Government &
"+ sales for door prizes and steak din- : i
\'Iner"sales held at the BrookerFarmer's Equal Opportunity. for the' Taxpayer"
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Market last Saturday his ,candidacy
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: ."Public, response; has been good for ,'
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1 drive to upgrade the department's State Representative .
equipment earlier in the year," added {:
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tle slot as the planned dinner -, '''I, / "I"1'.., ..,."I ,- ..-!.." _,.......,\ ", .
schedulps'were met and our services' !.ti !i. j o', ti !ker, West Bradfprd Wq ,pqlrir;j as St!} nd>.Union"'l>'fC
T improvfajS'ith the aid of merchants lm fos.\'" ,.' :;:;....--t \ r .t I ,
and others in the area, we feel that I '
we are accomplishing a great deal ,x I V f1 r ',I .htrd generation farmer :and cattleman fn Baker County, owns a security corpora'tio -

toward v the purchase' of much- f: 1 in Northeast Florida :and grows corn, melons and registered, polled
needed equipment for the protectionof ,County 1" Hereford cattle. '." ." j< ,
the town residents and surroun- ;
ding area," Stalnaker boasted."I CommissionerDistrict A former threefer.m Sheriff of Baker County, and former Director of the I rlda'Sheriff's
would like to thank all who have Tallahassee. "
Bureau (F.D.L.E.in
donated time and effort in makingthe
dinners a success. Also those of 3 "I want to bring back to the people of this district the kind of effective readership

you Stalnaker who said.Stalnaker donated. door prizes," t .,, ..J.., '. \ I ,, that we were accustomed to for many, many years prior to 1977.

reminded the community J b '" :" .;M As the campaign progresses, I will continue to state my platform: and programI .

that this is their fire departmentand "Make Your Vote Work For You .. I will not appoint- my Campaign managers, but solicit the help of every person in
they appreciate any participation

calendar at these for functions.a fish fry Mark Saturday your on Election Day! .September. 4'.:'" 5 the district. PAID"OtITlCAl AOVCRtlSEMCNT

':,Septrv"2Z,, .beginning at S p.m. PO POL ADV "
Remember all proceeds from the ,
::*dinner.will go into the fire depart. "
ment funds. Drawing for door prizes
will be at 1 9 p.m.Gifts will be donatedby
several members in the area. JAMES. (REGGIE) FLYNN
ewMM
.Around: Town... .is pleased, to'announce g7i

't" Mrs.visits,Mary from Taibi several of Graham relatives enjoyed 'the Opening of His Office WwARE STORES SAVE HARDWARE STORES $

from New York during the summer for the General Practice of Law '
weeks and since Mrs.Taibi is confined .
to her home, we are sure this wasa UP TO
bright point in her life as each one '
arrived. There was her brother and u 405;West Georgia Street: ,

.., wife. Mr. and Mrs. Domonica Clc- I, .'f" "'"'\'Si "
Starke' Florida ,
cotto, Mr.and Mrs. Cologero Ciccot- 32091 ,
r to, a grand niece Allessandra Dad- J' ';, '
dio, and a grand nephew Domenic 964-4667/964-4874
Daddio. and Joseph Asaro.
All had 8 wonderful time visiting 5OHOUSEWARE%

, and reminiscing as the slow summer Located Adjacent' to the
I days slipped by before, the guests all .. ,
had to return homer ;Bradford Courthouse
I Mrs. Ethel Russ >has returned County !
home after attending the Price fami- '
ly reunion in Jackson Miss. Mrs.
Russ said this is the first time she :
had returned for a reunionof, .her, :
mother's in approximately 46 :
years.She said she enjoyed the brief .: 'v( I ILICHARLES ., ,
stay and visited with around 100 oft :'. '
her relatives and some old friends. .., '
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Beside the pleasure of being there,a : FMNCIS$11PEBlNTEHDENJ : ';
I great thrill fur her; was in having her : S. L E
picture made in front of the old Doc > '/: \ ::
Kerys store which stood by the t
'. her ,father,,'the,.late. Robert"Jessle'Apppohrle I ,Ht\ ." ,. 4. ,(jtS -,
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',tr _"'A-.Loznick ; wgrfra' ,school board, In positive, INM? >'r".I"j : ',\ ,

1 manner' '
( .Sergeant 0'J -'I .
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.George F.and Lillian N.Xoinicka of they ajfmptirtg"totaccompJs. ( amiSai 1'i, .
k J, Lawtey '' has been .appol ted a ore ; t, ;, ,/. ;" """
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r.Tne sergeant,;anew'in the'',noncommissioned US Air Force ,of-', Tq.K
fleer completed training in manage, To show 0 'genUir.concern: forprobferrts.tho1'IO'l91.ye ,
,menUin leadership,:'human rela..
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your.children: '
lions and NCQ responsibilities. ,' ..
awarded this status.Loznicka
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r .' is an electronic warfare '
t. systems specialist England Air 'Vdti, ( S' ETTLESnII"L4.

IJ ,Force Base, La.*with the-?3rd Corn- ( ,.1
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Jimmy Andrews To Perform In Summerfest


James (Jimmy)Joseph Andrews, in the hit television series "Knight through Aug. s. food and drinks before>> "each show.
formerly of Starke and member of Rider"; Patti Davis popular young Enhancing the festive air of Sum- Tables are available in the
Tulsa Dance Theatre, Is a memberof actress-daughter of President and merfest is the availability of table perimeter area for patrons purchas-
the performing ensemble of Sum- Mrs. Ronald Reagan and Richard seat where arena patrons can enjoy ing dress circle and.balcony. Beats
Kline star of television -- .
merfest 84 in Birmingham. the series iii .
Summerfest opened Its sixth "Three's Company".
season on July 2 at"Boutwell Andrews, who received his dance VOTECharles
Auditorium in downtown Birm- training at the Boston School of
ingham. Ballet the Jeffrey Ballet School andMiami
Thousands of theatre-goers are expected Conservatory has performedwith Francis
I. again to attend presentationsof the Miami Ballet Company and I
three major musical productions. the Dance Theatre of Westchester
V This year's series includes My Fair New. York. He'like all members of Candidate
for
Lady, The Pajama Game and Peter the young company, receive free
Pan. housing on the campus of
__ Each year Summerfest features Birmingham-Southern offered Superintendent of Schools
nationally-known artists. Edie hours of academic credit by
Adams, Tab Hunter Robert Alda. Birmll1?ham. Southern College and
Fannie Flagg Jim Nabors and Joe The University of Alabama in Birm- Bradford County
Namath are among those who have ingham, and a weekly stipend.
;' appeared in Summerfest produc My Fair Lady opened July 2. and ;
tions in past seasons. '. ran through July 8. The Pajama September 4, 1984
tJ This year the guest stars are Edward Game played from July 16 through PO POL ADV .
Mulhare, July 22, followed by an All-Alabama _
Jimmy Andrews and Edward Mulhare currently appearing cast In Peter Pan, from July 30 = w -.. jLW1E


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,j J Lawtey News ,\,4 f F r b

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by Miss Elizabeth Terry
: phone 7112.3:1110I :
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Church Activities...

The First Baptist Church observed
their birthday for all those 1 .
supper
who had birthdays during the monthof //1/i/ -C f ,, ,
July. It was well attended and m -
they had plenty of food. //T "
Bible'School Aug. 13-17 at Grace 50 '
United Methodist Church. 7-9 / I -'- I, '
Ages 415.Personals.. p.m. :: II.Ta : \
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... a /1/49

Mrs. Willie Green and her son-in- ; 1
law and daughter, Mr. 'and Mrs. ; 1
Riley Sweat Jr. and their daughter, u 5
Mrs. Lisa Morgan and son, Andy
spent Thursday until Sunday with
Mrs. Green's sisters in West
Florida. Mrs. Green's daughter,
Mrs. Ralph Futch; and 'daughters,
Karen Futch and Kristina Brantley,
stayed with her father, Mr. Green I
and her aunt, Mrs:'Lavonia Griffis,
while they were gone. ( I
Tammy Mosley, daughter of Mrs. LT:
Connie Mosley of Maxville, spent ; J1 '
Friday and Saturday with her 'iir

t Eunice.grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. Harold

Mrs. Wayne Hardee and childrenate
Sunday dinner with her brother, !
Faron Carter and Miss Julie Griffis. .,
Friends of J. 'Carl Prevatt,. Jr. ;:
regret to learn that he was a patient U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE CALIFORNIA WHITE
in Alachua General Hospital, LEAN MEATYCountry
Gainesville, for.surgery on Friday, BonelessBottom $ 19 Seedless
July.with 27. him.Our thoughts and prayersare Round $169" Style 1

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch visited Pork Ribs FAMILY
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Willie Roast LB BCE PKa<
Green, Saturday night. Their Grapes
daughters, Kristina and Karen,
spent Saturday night and
Sunday
with them. US DA TOP CHOICE ..' FAMILY SIZE PKQ.

LakebrtCitjjiyteiteditheurYpaventStriMrijand?.- Mr., ,and Mrs,Phil Eunice of,Lake t Whole Eye Round $239" Market; Style $139, PER POUND
t ttlJ

afternoon.Harold:. ., Eunice.. .'op. ,, .Friday' *w Roas4t4,? ,.1: ,'l i s JSIiCed&Bac. +onfi LB fjfq JJ'A'.G' I i, *rm w.
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After spending a week with their
mother and grandmother Mrs. '
Flossie Rosier, and two days at USDA TOP CHOICE .s.DAaRADEA ...
Disney World, Mrs. Henry Carter Boneless Beef $2' 69' ,Fresh ; ..
and daughters,Mrs.Thomas Curran FryerFAMILY 69. .
and sons, Nick and Matthew, and Rump Roast Wings
Mrs. Jerry Marks and sons, Paul f-t. SIZE :
'I' and Patrick, returned to Columbia, pr
S.C. Friday. .
.
Douglas Roberts of Ft. Lauder. Ground !A' SOUTH CAROLINA
dale visited his . .. . er. ''cr ml.99 Large
great grandmother, PURE PORK 0 Baking Hens . . ie.69
Mrs. Rossie Reddish, Wednesday I
'
until Friday. 'Old Towno Sausage i .99 ITALIAN DINNERNeapolitan '
Henry Hodges went to Columbia COOKED BREADED ROLL Sausage 0 %S 1.69 Large
County Speedway Races at Lake City On-Cor
Saturday night. Patties. .JSS uiio Cumberland Gap Sausage .u1.99
Mr. and Mrs. Booksey Futch of GOLDEN BROWN FRIED
Lakeland were Wednesday dinner Mr. Gloucester Fish BROWN SERVE PATTIES OR LINKS .
Sticks & 1.39: '
guests of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. FROZEN Swlfts.UtUeSausages' . 1.39DAIRYDELI PeachesI
Les McCIellan.
CELLO WRAPPED FLASH FROZEN
Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Wise and Tysons Chicken Livers 3 AS 1.00 Ocean Perch Fillets I
.
grandsons, Craig, Kevin and Chris, I . .u>1.39AS
returned from their vacation, spent
in North Carolina and Tennessee.
They spent last Sunday with Mrs. I
Joyce and Diane Bennett at Trite
Children's Home in Bristol, Tenn. 29cCALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. ANTRY'PRIDE PURE
visited their brother-in-law and HALF GAL.CTN. LAND O' FROST 2.5-OZ PKG.
OrangeJuice
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sister, Mr: and Mrs. Richard Dur-
ban and family of Madisonville,Ky. r ChippedASSORTED

Friends in Lawrence Kansas, and $ 159 .J, .. .
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with friends in
Rogers Ark. 'and IN THE DAIRY CASE ,
.their brother and sister-in-law. ..:! Meats ASSORTED
and Mrs. Earl Boyette in Columbus ,

Ga. ... '
Mr.and Mrs.Leslie McCIellan and MARGARINEKrafts .I. .

Clellan grandsons Saturday., attended Paul the and DuPont Jeffrey picnicon Mc- CHEESE: PRIDE AMERICAN Parkay SINGLES' . . 0 CTN.LB ..691Lykes;. \, Sliced' Ham .. . ... 33 '2.59 LargePlums

Sliced SURFSIOE /1"1 ';', I." ;' I :
Mrs. Elsie Norman Cheese -
was a host for Product
Sunday dinner at her hone honoring, PANTRY mice = 1.:19 1:: ;'f., Sunnyland Combination P 1.59
Jim Norman on his' 17th birthday Cream '",' V ;&i Wt. J'.,MEAT Op BEEF .' '''' ''...'.'.'''; .
Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Cheese : . 5'*. aoz I LS ,
.79rr5 ",,Oscar Mayer W' eIners "
\ L'SA.
1
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;I James Parrish and Pam, Stanley VANIUA LOW FAT WHOLE!MILK .. ', f 'lr.i. ; '
Crawford Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Donald 'i, i'i TURKEY BREAST.SMOKED TURKEY BREAST OH .' .PER;POUND. '
Brooks, Angela'and Donnie. and CRACKER Axelrods Yogurt. f'O .:..:. CUP .99. Wr. Turkey Pastrami ',, PERPKa.1.39 ;.
Chris, Mr. and Mrs..Chris Walker, BARREL SHARP OR EX4HARP REGULAR Oft CHEESE
iI.. Calvin and Julie Cindy and Pam Kraft's Cheddar Cheese. S& 1.99''J: ; Mr.Turkey Skinless Franks 'tea .79
'Taylor, Mrs: Ollie Wood and Allen, TREASURE CAVE ; >
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Mrs.Lissie Starling of Jacksonlillel Crumbled Feta .s' ""-',',,'.PANTRY W"6 COOKED SALAMI OR. .4'': \\.1. ",'' ,: .4

''1 her Kevin grandsons, Jim', 'Kenneth" ''ana' ';. "t SlICED IMITATION Cheese ,," PKQ. .99V-..;; : Spiced Luncheon ;..., . t,,,, PKa 1.69 9
Norman. '
,: .& iPOTATO 1lALAD0R .
The Robert Lee's daughter-in-law,. &Generic Cheese . . 2402
Linda Lee 0 r. = ..89k Mrs. Kinsers Cole Slaw . 1.39 ,
, weekend guest from,Palm Harbor' was a ".'" .0"........,..,-- ", ,CUP oJ

: Mrs. Coral Titus of Hawthorne IN STORE > .. '''. Iv J.Se >
! was a Sunday'afternoon' visitor of DELI/RA KERY BEER &;WINE I I ',2Sc OFF l '
NOT
the Robert Lees. I AVAILABLE ALt,STORES. im
Sunday dinner guests of the COORS'I .
I i I
.'' Robert Lees were Mr. and Mrs. ? LOW IN CHOLESTEROL RrdSSl*'*"" ,IW.I" 99"I I,. yt, t'.
;: Tommy Edwards : ojn MAYO1. La BEER { .
and daughter, .I-: TURKEY ,.Ice Cer ::
: :: m. '
f Alicia, from Starke, and Stacie fWOXHAR OR LIGHT "
Bentley from)Lawtey. ,:;;: HAM DUI I Hem.IW.I'. .1 .29 ........aouocoo. ....iIi M CIODO___ _
Bill Tillotson and Rhonda Norman p s, : rs 1 "
TANGii9IORaBLKEG $239'
were united in marriage July 21 in t ''' 6 PACK I I IRKNITE
Prdvoione '
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')?, Folkston, Ga. Their parents and i IIALF99ic . 't 1.59 12-02 CAN
!'. grandmother went with them. They + KITCHEN FR66H
returned homo after ; #' .. HALF Wise
spending a few ; "f. .Aa.R.to ..led .99
days at Jekyll Island and St. Simons J La ,I
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Island?Ga. (Y, ..r WTTHTWOVKl l AWXL.8MOKEO m ML Macho Bra vosL
Mrs. Minnie ,Teston visited her "," 4fae&?; BAKED Sa..... Dinh..r..1.9 9 E&A 9 1 rtlz Putt ,
son-in! .law. and daughter Mr.:.and'MrsMarcus ", I .: WHITEs ; GIOEAT(1 2 IMSCp.Y.r1e1..0000 d./K4/ Rai ,
,.Mosely .of : '. : : _. .' .
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.. BREAD ........
.on Sunday, afternoon o. : ,
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d 1"'r; ; 1 ..- itM Iat.C''Y '- k' 'e/1'' .;. .. -- ..
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:' A quick and.' t.sfrostingean .. e'k."t ., .'.jW, "', : % ...... ", .AI!. ,. ,$y&9UEBfKAtimiLCH I ....:..., ..... ',:

; >. be created H ; ; :/ LOAF :Lk.' 'J"1: ,
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" 'you' mix chocolate : .. 2.99 : ;
, syrup 1 0," r''' ,. .
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". with 'prepared. whipped .'. '" I' ". I '!' ,'" Ii. I'I1IIu' IMI ,-,.INrrrrr.r I

p ,topping.. .. ''", ST RKE.430'WEST "', M* '. ----'-. -.
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New regulation will tighten requirements for trucks passing':iripectiolii' ; "



'.missiOner of Agrk-ilture guard law unconstitutional,"Conner without pulling Into the inspectionlane and all vehicles with valtd documentation or boat carriers U.S. Mail trucaa; hauling agricultural .horticultural. .
Doyle Connor; announced recently explained. The suit alleged that inspectors Conner said.: Those vehicles except for fully loaded ones clearly marked parcel delivery' or livestock product jjj r :
that a new regulation will be taking had too much discretion in henceforth will have to pull into the carrying a valid inspection certificate trucks and vans open log,pulpwoodand If driver refuses access to the
effect Tuesday which will tighten up choosing which vehicles to inspect, lane for a visual check, at least. covering fresh citrus or lumber trucks; vehicle hauling a area of a vehicle which to subject -
cargo
movement of trucks and some other and Judge William Terrell Hodges Inspection will include examinations tomatoes ,in amounts compatiblewith chips, bark, mulch or charcoal; to visual inspection, or where< vehicles through the agricultural Inspection in the the vehicle capacity.At emply flatbed trucks, tank carriers
agreed 1982 case of bills of lading, proof of there is evidence to cause the inspector
stations in North Florida The legislative authority for road certificate of inspectionof inspection stations on the interstate of other than agricultural products;I', beUeve the vehicle is carrying
ownership
The new rule will require that all guard inspections, which are done at agricultural products included in highways MO( at Live Oak, trucks hauling rock, limestone, dirt agricultural to products, the road
trucks and vehicles subject to vehicle stations generally along the Suwan- the law, and other. related 1-75. at Jasper, and 1-05 in Nassau... or sand; clearly identified govern- will request p.search war
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inspection by the road guards nee and St. Marys Rivers, was corrected documents. County), every 20th other vehicle ment vehicles; and pickups or vans guards. ",'*,,
must pass through the stations to during the 1983 session, of the Inspection will Include a visual erfamination must Stop for inspection and at stations which have cargo areas' which can, rant. '
permit inspectors to decide whetherto Legislature of all livestock hauling on other major highways carrying be visually inspected. 'Commercial haulers'under' the
conduct a full Inspection, The regulations as applied to local vehicles, all non-exempt vehicles ot less traffic than the in- These vehicles still must pass' Florida Special Fuel and Motor Fuel
"The new restrictions come aboutas people who pass the inspection stations six wheels or less, all vehicles haying terstates,every 10th vehicle must be through the inspection lane for Identification 'Use Tax Act of 1981 are required to
a result of a lawsuit which had frequently allowed those people no valid cargo do documentation, inspected, Such vehicles lose the exmnHnn 'stop for Inspection of their' permit' '
fc Resulted,in holding part of our road known to the i In"nPf'I,," In na.o Exempt vehicles will include car from inspection if they are' decals. ,

I Rttglstrotfon Underway

For SFCC Fall Term

Registration for Fall Term classes
in Starke is underway dally from' 8
;-1 a.m. ,to 3:30: p.m 'at the Santa Fe
',; Comunlty College Starke Center. A:
special evening registration will be
held Thursday evening,Aug.2,from
6 to? p.m.
The Fall term begins Aug.21 and
,
ends on Dec. 13. '
Credit classes offered In Starke
this term Include College Composition
,Basic Writing Skills(and Lab),
Fundamentals of Physical Science,
Grapes Galore! ,Introduction to Ethics, Introductionto
Social Science, Fundamentals of
Art, World History, Computer Concepts
\ I, Effective Public Speaking.
/ Pick a of Introduction, to Humanities. Programming -

grape I in Basic and Elementary.
.
Algebra ':

For more information,please call
cho'ice' Red Green '1j '' ".
your b Lila Yawn at 964-5382 i :


white. l:' ; August ;'
Purple or a :
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delicious ;k. /. N Gardening/: \;

and .
sweet .
Always .1" '
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,'. ALL PRICES & COUPONS GOOD THUR&, AUG.'2.THRU WED4 AUG. 8, 1984. ,: I TipsAugust

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is a rough month lor
:'" ,'" i ran o.- '/*(i 'gardening in Florida. It's too late to, ,
FRESH torade plant many summer plants and too
G Franks TWO LITER early for winter varieties. And furthermore '
32-OZ BOTTLE it's Just too darn hot to
: spend all day slaving in the yard.
Quencher
Snap.Beans Thirst :" : But don't despair,there are plenty of
(: '

LEMON-LIME OR FRUIT ,PUNCH ORANGE 5 9 (: \'Sod' as. 69 easy'Roses''lobs of grow easy-to-do left quite to do garden large Here in I chores.a South potpourri

LIMIT WITH A $7,50 ASSORTED'LAVORS Florida and a late August pruning is
OR MORE FOOD ORDER. recommended. Remove healthy top
A,' growth as well as twigs and bran
ches that are dead, diseased, Injured
PER POUND ;) *unsightly or thin and spIndly
'
oh\.I, .. '':'_.. '}J.'t..,.... '.jo.IIIl II. Shorten main 'canes and lateral
:stet .
'" / '.&OZDlPN'CHlPOII M9 R6CU ,.'*,, branches removing small twigs and

II" 'I Glass apt I Plut.vr ioiJJ\\< '. '. 1m >6J(. FRESH.$"C tsUP'.sI. !Q t'n'''Potato CMps" r' ..89oz F ""Some least halt the'oldest the length eMl1es of each."I Le4 main-'at

STUFF .89 cane that is one to three years old.
Glarnorene .
Fench'sMtlstard..89
Nabisco *Ahoy i.oz 1.99 ,;.saoa. .t.I,'; '( The first flowers can be expected
soar CRUSHED CHUNK OR SUCEI IW> "1'- eight to nine weeks after pruining.If .

PANTRY PRIDE .99 3 dPln"PPI. .69 aid . 1.59 you're growing mums or
Bathroom Tissue ROLL ?<* this Is
,OZ VAN CAMPS \ poinsettias for winter' color,
GRAPE, Weerttse.3J1.00 CHOCOLATE the. last/ month you should,, pinch
HI. Fruit Punch PA* ..6912OZ wee Hershey Syrup a oz1.49 these plants to increase blooms.Pinching -
Kg KITCHEN eticm OR FRENCH STYLE back the' stem tips will pro-
: LIGHT REO,KINO SIZE OR B-M Beans 311 mote heavier flowering because of
Frito Lay Potato Chips 1.59 19= Ivory Liquid .'>>oz 1.39Detergent increased branching. But. if you

FRESH : TOMATO wait too late, pinching will remove)
Final Touch : 1.69
Rio 1.99 M Z flower buds and thus reduce flowers
o MX Ketchup 18.
,-npn; I wor
IOZ REtt.lOUR CREAM.ONION this fall
GreenCabbage OUTDOOR OR WOZ:DIP STYLEGolden oz SWEET a SOUR It's also about time to 'begin
Raid Flea Killer 32CZ 5.69 Flake WATO. .69 Old Dutch Dressing .89 disbudding camellias to increase
flower sue. As soon as you can
distinguish the rounded flower buds
"c from the pointed vegetative bud,
twist off,all but one of the flower
buds at each tip.Be carefulnot to Injure
,' : 48 CT. : FRENCH'S 'zr.QZ BOX the remainining bud which
LuvsSMALLo"if1k"e 32 CT. should develop Into a larger flower.
PER POUND IdahoDiapeis Sasanquas and: japonicas which are
-, (: prized for multi) blooms,need. not be,
'
: $ pinched.Common.
799m
99, ornamentals like

Spuds oleander, hydrangeas and azaleascan
1::9. be propagated by cuttings this
( time of year. For azaleas, take tip
cuttings 3 to 5 inches long ,with
----- several leaves left attached. Many
_BAKERY II FRO EALTH & BEAUTYPANTRY AID rooting mediums. can be used such
as sand or a mixture:of peat and
perlite. Place the cuttings in the
TOTIMO'S' media and keep moist by covering

PRIDE with' a plastic.. bag or use a mist
,FRESH:;: 'FLORIDA KING SIZE PARTY PIZZA.AC ,system. A rooting hormone may
RIME, '
.'' (I hasten root growth. If you have any
1) ,
eAUiAGE )
cold sensitive, ornamentals, try
BREAD PEPPERONI OB COMBINATION 'SHAMPOO&: CONDmOHEH16OZ
rooting cuttings before winter and

: 'iageAvoaido 20OZ LOAVES, -"" ",;,, :, : J. 'I keep the young plants In a protected
. : :' spot this.winter. Then if the or' .
99ENTKEES. 991113$149' namental freezes, you'll have
Ilr\ 103QZFROZEN ALL replacements for the spring.

', TYPES If you want to plant things this

.. .SAlIIM.'Rv'STEAIC.MEA. >s''r.tom : time of year, try bulbs of Louisiana
OH TURKEY as VANISHING OH TINTED iris gingers Crinums. daytilies
EACH WO2 PANTRY Freeaer Queen" ..5911AO2 ClearaeH --1.99 amaryllis ,and zephyr, lilies. 01
1MA .
IB- .- had. -. ,2' 11, .0. ; 'course.-YOU can still plant woody ornamentals
1 FROZEN Ca/AMGM.uaveEaar.' tact WITH MOMFHntstone, ,.,,but hurry up so that,
,PAK--PANTRY PWtC r" STRAWBEIWV oft BLUEBERRY VKamins2.99
>I they'll be well established before the,
HotDog Buns.IPAKBEEBO 4 a.'<21.89, Pttfefeury aO"TOra: -%..,,'1.09 1OZ KEG,MWT OM GEL '' ,winter arrives.: '
'PNmrtPADE.- ,'" Crest Toothpaste.. ,".'.48.' If you 'Intend to'plant winter'annuals ,

Dunkln .....x ;j.t lt. I. .89 ,."8000 liSP; eR.-' ,1IIQZ1. ..59Freeaer like Baby's Breath,calendulas' :'
:m
,.... '... 'or pansies start ordering your seed
u I PAl<-PANTRY PRIDE, '- QtI CIMMIIC1IL IIIIIJ'! .Mm'" 'o/fo'/'., F COeTiamburger Paper: ,1 ,, ... ,and preparing the flower beds. I
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Bunt 21.,89 Queen ;m .59 Keep watching for Insects of lawns ,
,- t-.AmA 'and ornamentals. Chinch s and _
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lMN'f4I9MlIeAt up7C WMa I Rit I I Coke, Diet Coke, i Flatware: FrQmSi Si I

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reception to new '
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for More in 84", thats k'fly .
how the Chamber
members as to
the slogan behind the newly
started membership drive of the, works. and haw( it represents "
Starke-Bradford Chamber of them.A .
chamber of commerce is an :; .' "
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Commerce.The "
drive was kicked off Saturday action agency designed to meet ,'\ .
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the community needs. It is a ." '
with the Grand Opening of
the Kendall-Hall Phone Sales and voluntary organization of in-
dividuals and businesses who I1L.J
Service Store Saturday. kL .. '
band to advance the
together Ribbon Cutting...
"Our goal is to increase our
commercial financial, Industrial
membership" by at least 75 per and civic interests of a ;'B t Pictured left to right I during the
'cent, says membership chair- community.It j 'y" 'r' Kendail-flall Grand Opening areStarke

man Steve Denmark. "This is is a civic clearinghouse, and Mayor Jimmy Crosby,
realistic considering what the Information bureau a researchand \ J I ti 7 Mark Kendall Violet Kendall and
Chamber has"accomplished in re-, promotions medium, and ,. Dale Nall.d .
cent months.
most thebusinessman'
importantly
"We have shown the business spokesman on .,
community as well as the peopleof .
legislative .issues at the local, )
Bradford that the
County state and national levels of ?, .
Chamber is alive and well and .
their best interestsin government.The
representing is
organization run by the
helping to plant the future of Board of Governors, elected by
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this area drive added is aimed Denmark.The for. the the Board Chamber, serving without members.pay, The sets .. .... .. Thank You I)
month of August and some 210 in-
the policies for the Chamber. The 'i
vitations have been set out in- i
administrative head of the
cluding business, civic organizations Chamber is the Executive Direc qt"V"d'; Citizens Starke ..

churches and individuals. tor, which in Starke is Mike .. \ ;
Plans for the future include a ,
buyers guide listing all chamber Cooney. $. . ." .,' ',., : .' '. Thank you for ,' f.'

and members residents.for Seminars both newcomers will be Financed on a voluntary basis, ,: .,: .<'>. .' your support and ., \Nt' ti.
offered through the Chamber your Chambers expenses are apportioned :11' << confidence have t
with such subjects as among its members CA.. : you '"

dealing advertising, how to apply for consisting of firms, profes- .. ., ... ,/ ) f1> shown in the past. :
the sionals, and individuals. It also ,
loans, sales and others that .. : ,
receives funds from and i I am looking for-
chamber members fell are need city n".E.(, L"'t.'
ed. Also a group insurance plan county government agencies. A ::S/r/ :IEntpREs: trt. ,. ,'. ward to \.
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Chamber is In- '.:. : you
for all Chamber members is be- membership an ',: ': . ; .. \
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the community's welfare ,, ,
Chnmherwill host member '
a new
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'The following defendants appeared Pamela Denise Nettles no valid THE "

in Bradford County Traffic- driver license, fined $59.25.
Criminal Court July 30 before Judge Sandra Thomas Rentfrow no valid OFFICE= We Have

George H. Pierce; driver license, dismissed $10 cost.
Catherine Davis no valid driver Nancy Caro Teston wilful-wanton SHDP _
license,, dismissed produced valid reckless driving, fined $59.25. a LargeSelection a. .
license and pay $10 cost. Johnny L. McCray no valid driver '""pIIS'
Edward Lee Hart driving while license, fined $59.25. of
license suspended or revoked, fined ,McCray ran red light, fined $25.
$59.25. Ular C; 'Banks no valid driver .. .. .... ,-..-_.. '
..Robert Lee ,QosvveU. n,9 Yalid license, prodicy4elicegse: !! fined rkeFla. Movies inYStck + Hur: a 'lr
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driver license, pay $10 cost: $59.25. .. to
Boswell unlawful speed, fined$64. Banks no tag, $25.
David Steven Gray allowing
unauthorized person to drive, fined Appearing in Misdemeanor Court
$59.25. were the following defendants;
Katherine Simmons violation of

restrictions, fined $59.25. Granville H. Tiberman criminal .
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Erwin Doyle Williamson driving mischief make restitution fined 'y,
while intoxication fined $281.50, $81.50. r r., 'A V.H.S. Fisher

license suspended, six months Robert Lee Whitman utility theft, 11.... .
Salvation Army supervision, 50 ten days in jail (sentence suspend :, -
hours community service work, at- ed) pay $81.50 fine and restitution. ,; ,: : Video Recorder ..
tend driving while intoxicated school Andrew Jackson Knight disorder. .; c> cj- '
(COWl. ly conduct, fined $59.25. "to; ," "' .
Williamson improper tag, pay $25 Stanley W. Richards petit theft, For As Little I I As
cost.Barbara six months probation, violate no .fI}'h'. I .
Ann Cronin improper: laws, enroll at Bradford-Union : ,
driver license, dismissed pay $10 Guidance Clinic for therapy. Model 615REKTT90WH "
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cost. Betty LoU criminal mischief, 60 :: : $5000 : '
Cronin unlawful speed pay $29. days probation, restitution had been r\':' i r-; : ,;: .
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Kevin Hamm no valid driver made. Reg. 599.00 per monthen '. :
license, dismissed pay $10.

Hamm careless driving, pay$25. ..' :
Randall Claudell Reames driving : J .
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while fined $license$59.25. suspended or revoked, ', When You Rent. A Movie TV's' ,for. Rent ," ,
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Tim McCoy Green driving while Apostolic Truth I ,
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intoxicated, fined $281.50. license United Pentecostal Church :.YOU Can Buy ",. by "day" ,
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suspended six months,Salvation N.E. 2nd St., lawtoy, Florida ..
hours ...... ... '
my supervision 50 community IIMMI W. .h.. TM.3301 A Blank Tape week or month.
work. DWI school. Sunday Morning . . 10 AM -
Lyndia Johnson no valid driver Sunday "' ...'ng Wonhlp o:3O PM .

license Johnson, fined careless$59.25.. driving,. fined Thursday fr*.Worship Horn BlbU,. ,. Study. 7:30'PM ,,;,, T-1. 28'. Video Cassette"" ;:;:';.;;,' : 'f"", '1-I' I ; T-1 -'

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$29. Coma Wor With U.
hlp $6 99'
Norma Killam no vlaid driver __._ _. __ ._ __n __ 'I' > .
license. 10 days in jail on weekends. "

LaCurlHair OUR I BOH BIE FEATURE 'i. it4I

CHURCH OF GOD Stylist ft \

422 N. St Clair 964-5445 Lynda Rhue Owner SPECIAL _
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Walter F. Monti Pastor -
We invite you to worship with us. "Grand Opening" ) '
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HIS IIIN IIPANDII
AtttndH NuntrySunday ,
Sell** " 10 amMonriiq Special fit
WoraNp , 11 am
wiring!. Service *. I pi* Custom Perms $ -i c Rent 2 Movies "'
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wane Touts . . 7:30: pm Now $20.00 . I O "" "'
Senior Citizen Discount and! a Disc:MachineWEi 1 -"" -

i Starke Seventh-Day $ t V.H.S., and ''Tape

f Adventist Now'$18.00 . 12 ', '' \. .

Christian Academy AlsoSpecials', on :' '

1649 W. Madison Street' (Hwy 100)) Frosting ;$550 Rentals .
Starke,'Florida T

is proud to announce that 'they ir Coloring : Men., Tue., Wear $115a
Shampoo & Set
will again be offering Christian .
$ 51 .. t ; '
education to our community! OPEN: ..,J R 2 Mevies Maebife', .
REGISTRATION will be Tues-Sat 95Open ) 'I'IIIII ., _
August 12 from 1-4 p.m. :," .. ','.,.,,' ,,' '"""iaL'. .........
: r' Evenings ': }' .t'" 1> '
and Aug. 13 from 9-12 p.nvfor r..... 'I, $85. 'ii"' .
grades 1.8 by Appt Only' FAIAT, .ith'tNposlt :; ;r:; "IJ.j: ': "
call Mrs. Across from Waters' S'lu''rnb'er
for further information .' Party'
Charleen Wright principal at Grocery Store, Lawtey; FL '
964-5499 or 964-4016 or Russ Nail, 782-3738 or 7823999i ; ,:\.\j?'. .....", ,' "
ty school board chairman 7S2-3464 ." 5 'ee' I a.1 > ,. .
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being able; to serve ,
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1 ; The Rascals went through''the complete T-ball'season undefeated to

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str They are ; ard, Ahmad Hudson;Jessica
\ titer _.. Wilkerson. AIIanlThitoHghtJermatney Jeremy Kilby Billy Moust,

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GOOD BUYIHamburger CITY FISH & ,



Fish Key ManagementThe MEAT MARKET '


I To Future FishingStocking GEORGE 7 9 C in. 607 E. Brownlee Road. 964-8077

private ponds and giv 3 His. or more
ing fish management assistance to Shoulder .
Steak
pond owners is one of several ser 5-1 RQ

vices offered by the Florida Game RADYESTABLISHED :! .
and sion.Fresh Water Fish Commis. and Roast I J 5Ji lb.


"West" AU MeatBologna
However the deadline for apply- I t Neck Bones Neck
Turkey
ing for fish stocking is August IS of
each year.Lake Hog Maws PIg Feet

Turkey Wings Pig TailsChuck ,
: eligible for stocking in- 1.69.

clude those between one and twen- .lb.

ty acres which are new ponds or
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have been recently renovated. 7 C

.Commission hatcheries produce Steak

bluegill, shellcracker and $1' 2 Q

largemouth bass which are -
generally accepted as the best ......... /n. and Roast ffl .
game fish combination. Those try '
per- 1 krL
sons interested in channel catfish tft [ Boiled ,
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much purchase them from' a com .... ,
mercial fish producer. Cut & Wrap HAM
1879 MEMBER ,
A list of commercial fish pro You' Meat Z. S
ducers is available by contactingthe BOB 0. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER PubUshers I $ Qg
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Commission's regional office. ubttifMtf sash Thursday' and tntertd is Second dais Matter at Bit : 15' Ib. Ib.Flowers t1
at Rt. 7..Box 440, Lake City Fl. ;
32055.' hut Office at .11"'. Fla under Act ft March 3, 1179 .' "" y _" ,

Ponds to be stocked are usually Subscription ran In buds ana: $10 P. Yea; $6.00 (U Months 20 oz. '
Old Milwaukee & Busch .
inspected during late August or .
OuttUa trade araa: $11 .Par Vaar; $8.80 Six Mwrtht
September to determine the best Phone 164-8305 starka, Audits ; BREAD -
lological'p'lan to I improve fishing f riti J ; BEER PE SI8. Pack

N I or Fo ftspQAmaiBagemmt:po i& stockin&3foficatiorgf Jwflst ,now, S ;4o" ".' III" a? j---' ''' .l'\l' : "' 4 .4. ''' I .. ..I 5 ;

,= contact the Commission's. Lake City 4 ".,.... ..*- ..,.- -2/99 .loaves: $ "' Ta sB.1"1 $1"9. Itfoz.

': ;. office 24 pack case plus tax & tie?

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August OF. Rezoning, opplko- dant; HAWTHORNE Township 08 South, NOTICE IS HEREBY
I Legal N UNIFORM MANUFACTURING Range 22 East, Bradford GIVEN pursuant 'to a

'. 1. Gust Kalfos' COMPANY INCon County, Florida, for Final Judgement ofForeclosure
/ ( off Grlffls' Loop October 31, 1979. by aquacultural uses. dated June
Rood RSF.MH) Instrument recorded Jrt Written, objections( or' 21; 1984, and order
NOTICEOF file the original with the BRADFORD COUNTY Breaker, Florida on Florida 33801. 2. Sankey M. Miller Official Record Book 177 comments on this application dated July 18, 1984,
INTENTIONTO clerk of this court either CASE NO. 84-329 Tuesday August 13, YOU ARE sq. If, off NE 13th page 663 Public Recordsof may' be filed entered In Civil Case No.
REGISTER before service on Petitioner's 1984 to consider amending NOTIFIED to RSF-MH) Bradford County, with the Governing 83-480 CA-01, of the Clr-
ACTIONIN
FICTITIOUS.NAME attorney,, Immediately CIVIL the,Comprehensive for .. Director's Report Florida. Board of the Suwannee cult Court of the Eighth
thereafter Land Use Plan to provide riage and Questions from the The time and place of River Water Management Judicial Circuit In and for
; The of
Pursuant to Section otherwise a IIId .m.nt TOM RE Marriage that land currently hot been ''ill". the Foreclosure Sale Is District, Route 3, Bradford County
J.
865.09. Florldo Statutes, will be entered '0 the Husband VEREEN. designated by the planas you In the Closing the front door of the Box 64, Live Oak FL Florida, wherein CITY
notice Is. hereby given ,relief demanded In the and single' family be ''Court and ', : Bradford. County Courthouse -. 32060, ., until. 8/20/84. CONSUMER SERVICE OF
that the undersigned' petition.WITNESS. PATTY ANN 'VEREEN amended and quired to ..", AGENDA: on the 30th day of tchg 8/02 FLORIDA, INC.: etc.,
Faye Hall and Mary Ann written August 1984. of 11:00 and
my hand and Wife designated as mobile your plaintiff, TOMMIE
Whltten. each half the seal of this court on home, the, property of any. to It on County Board a.m. Th. Foreclosure CASON JR. and
: owners,. doing business July 24, 1984. NOTICE OF SUIT J.T. BASS., described ,as BROWN. City Hall. Sale by the Clerk of the CHARLENE T. CASON.
under the firm name of GILBERT S. MOWN NO PROPERTYTO follows: Office p.m., August '14. Court will be pursuant to LEGAL NOTICEOn his wife, Defendants( ),
EBONY AND IVORY A.Clerk of the Court : Patty Ann Vereen 'Lot. 6 and 7 of Block 8. Stark.. ; the final (judgement of I will sell to the
ORIGINALS with mailing Marian McRoa c/o Dr. Edward Rogers. Town of Ward City and file the Minutes from May foreclosure In the above August 11,1984,'at highest and best bidder
address and place of By: Clerk Thomasvllle. Hwy.,. (Known as Brooks) Section the Clerk of entitled action as shown 10 A.M., Mini of America for cosh. In.the |lobby of
business at 222 N, Tern- ,/26Itchg Deputy 8/16 Moultrle, GA 31768. 8, Township. 7, South, styled 'Cour' Old Business In the caption of the action Storage on Highway 100 the Bradford County
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pl. A'.., Starke. Fl( YOU ARE HEREBY Range 20 East, before 4 New Business above. The name of In Keystone Heights, will Courthouse North Tem
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32091 Intend to register ......... NOTIFIED that an action You or. further given 1984. Application for the Clerk making the hold a public sale of pie Avenue, Starke.
said fictitious name at for Dissolution of Mar. NOTICE that a copy of (Judgement ) Variance Sale appears below. household contents In Florida at 11:00 o'clocka
the office of the Clerk of IN THE CIRCUIT THE EIGHTH COURTOF rlage has been' filed said proposed ORDINANCE entered 1. Jerry C. Music; WITNESS my hand and storage unit belonging to ,,,,.; on''the 21st day of
the Circuit ,Court of JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN against you and you or. I. available for the relief ( to Fe Shores) seal 1 this 30th' day of July RICHARD TILLMAN. August 1984, the follow .
Union County Union required to serve a copy Inspection at the the Petition. Closing 1984. 1tchg 8/02 ing described property
your
County, Florida, on AND FOR of your written defenses, Office 'of City Hall. WITNESS 8/022tchg 8/09 GilBERT BROWN as set forth In said Final
: receipt of, proof 'of BRADFORD COUNTY. If any to It., on the plain. Brooker Florida. seal 1 of said Clerk of the Circuit .--... Judgement tct wit:

..y' publication of, this CIVIL FLORIDA ACTION ,tiff's. attorney whose Each and every person 2nd day of _.... Court of The NW% of SE'/4 and
'I'. notlc. name and address Is Bradford IN CIRCUIT COURT
CASE NO.84-321 ''having any Interest GILBERT THE CIRCUIT COURT County W'/4 of SE'/4 of Section
Undersigned further DUDLEY P. HARDY P.A., whatever In the enactment Clerk of Florida. EIGHTH JUDICIAL 23. Township 6 South,
OF FLORIDAEIGHTH
;. ,, affirms that the object' of IN RE The of P.O. Drawer 1030 of this proposed Byi JUDICIAL 'By.: Beulah M. Moody'' CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Range 21 East Bradford,
this business to deal In : Marriage Starke. Florida 3209, ORDINANCE Should appear Deputy Clerk BRADFORD.COUNTY County Florida
IN AND FOR
RICHARD W. MURRAY CIRCUIT
i all lawful business/and ((904) 964-S701 Attorneyfor and be heard at the 8/02 BRADFORD COUNTY 8/02 2tchg 8/09 FLORIDA DATED this 26lh day of
,;> the, undersigned or. the JR.. Husband and file the time and place prescrib CIVIL ACTION NO: July, 1984.: .
.f '. sale, owners of .said Husband, original with the clerk of. ,.d. ..-. CASE NO. 84.128 -,..-- ) 83.80CAOrNOTICE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
( '. business. and .the above styled court on ; COURT
TOWN COUNCIL OF
::. ', Dated of Lok. Butler,.' CHERYL MURRAY, or before August 20, BROOKER FLORIDABy STATE BANK NOTICEOF OF SALECITY By; Beulah, M. Moody
Florida this 24th :day ,of Wife. 1984 otherwise judge APPLICATION t ,
y;,, : a ( : Linda Robinson Deputy Clerk
July. 1984. A.D. : mint may be entered Clerk NOTICE Is 'CONSUMER .SERVICE Attorney for Plaintiff
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'.';.. lilMoryAnnWhltt.' NOTICIOf., }, ACTION against you for the relief 7/193| chg 8/09 that on MICHAEL..In DAVIS for, On,6/25/1984. .BRADFORD OF. FLORIDA. ,'INC., L. Joseph Hoffman
bp': /s/FaveHall demanded In the com. : ........ 6,'' 1984 at 10 Bankruptcy FURNITURE INC.. etc."Plaintiff, Suite 202. 1941 SunsetDr.
CHERYL A MURRAY UNIFORM
TO: ,, P.O. Box 430 Starke. Fl
7/2Utpdl/16 plaint or petition. Vs.TOMMIE.
,, .' A.M., the .
: and COM-
eVo Mr. Mrs.Gerald mode
32091 applicationfor
hand and
WITNESS
my NOTICE GATOR CASON JR. and Miami Florida 33143
,V -.--- Johnson. Rout. seal of said Court on July INC will sell INC.. Debtor In water use permit CHARIEN T. CASON. ?
8/02
: .! 1,Bolt 'aoe..Vonceboro. "T'o.'' ,No.. 83.0013 of 284-00324 far on 2tchg 8/09
17. Is wife .
NOTICE hereby givennthat for his D )
po' \ auction, t.ndants.(
North Carolina 28586; 1984..GILBERT Stales .. .
Bankruptcy .,
ti ." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.. S. BROWN on Monday August \ ,average dally? ..
r' 'EIGHT tJJc I OA41 'S YQU ARE HEREBY 10 o'clock Northern'District withdrawal of 0.0010 -
As Clerk of sold Court IX. 1904 at :OQ Jacksonville
J' AND FOR NOTIFIED that an actionror'di.alullon'of Florida. Gainesville million gallons per day Wanf
: CIRCUIT.IN Byi Lisa Alvarex A.M., the undersigned one lot of to Help
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i FLORIDA 'rtoge and ether relief. INC, will sell at public lltho .. Chapter located In Section 16, A Do-I't"Yourselfer ?
r..'4 'CASE NO.83-J33: ', -' ho* been filed againstyou '. auction {or cash at 2173 and f one H lot of Title 11; U.S.C.)?, Township 06 South, '
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1\\,,': I'. : In the above-styled ..!....... Commonwealth... Farms;,. { UNIFORM Range 22 East. Bradford '-'o" :
: ': '. IN 'ETneMorribge"Of; Court and you are ,.-, Jacksonville, Florida Modern .. COM- County Florida, for ,
t:.:"' 4JOEt.WARDV'; | t!-, quired to serve a copy NOTICE ,one lot of PVC Pipe consigned Florida. to INC., ROBERT A. water utility uses. :Help Outfit That
; )c' ''Husband J f 'of. your written OF FORREZONINO APPLICATION'' .j to Paul Wright. and storage ROBERT+ L. Written-objections( or N.v .Or:Remodeled Horn

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AND AMENDMENT "' Today
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TOt .UNE MARlt' styled Court, 'on .orbefore land Use Plan Element -Carrier' ... Defendants. 32060.., until )8/20/84. '

W., ; ;' STOUT WARD, Last 13 August 1994. and' Mop by Bradford B/022tchg 8/09 1tchg802NOTICE Look for our
residence' od- ,Otherwise, a ,ludoe County Florida In accordance NOTICE OF .

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l4i.) that ait' action far. ,'Petition. of 1979 as provided' for'In THE EIGHTH, ,.HEARD ON the Circuit ,,Court for OF APPLICATION. : August.: t.. .. .

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.to. the ,'ositn n 'petf. Clerk. Circuit Court' teresled persons. Bradford I to be Sold Is: .Mart tor water use permit' ,-
it' \whose'' Byt Lisa Arvore o f i REv The Marriage! of:i:. certain leasehold 2-84-00351 for an
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Next year's Bradford High were over 200 participants at the
freshman Lori Sapp took first meet.
place in two events at the State Sapp will officially be on the
Junior Olympics TAC in Mt. DoraIn BUS cross country squad this upcoming -
the 13-14 year old girl's division. season. Last year she ran
In most of the meets and was
Sapp took first place in the 3000 among top finishers in most,'but
meter run with a time of 12:12.16 her times didn't count on the
and in the 1500 meter run in 5:24.18 scores because ,he ,was 'I\ot old
minutes.In enough.
both races Sapp eased into the Cross country practice sessions ; .
first place positions in the last 200 will begin along with fall football, r lz fW ; r
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Sixth Annual Fun Run has both races. t vA t4t ,'
been set.,to .coincide, with, Com- Second and. third, place, prizes _
munity Appreciation'' Dar again wiir'also presented In'all age"'
this year. V groups-.'Tnet'e will also be trophies
Date for the run sponsored, by given to the oldest and youngest
the Bradford County Telegraphand runners. r
the Community Bank of Activities"'for the Community 'I .. '
Starke is set for' Saturday\ ',' Appreciation' Day; following the Cubbettes' Head State ,
September race include: Blue Grass Band, to Tournament 'I
Benefits from the run will go to free hamburgers and cokes Na- \ 'Ii" -">0' ,"".,' ,
the Bradford Assciation For tional Guard equipment display, '
Retarded Citizens. petting zoo forchildrencloggingexhibition"and ; : The Cttbbettei.'of La wtey took second; place at District Competition last Second How'; Coach Willie Brown, Stephanie Mitchell, Brenda Butler,
The first race, the mile Fun Hun ; ,, much''more, ALL weekend and will travel to the state :women's, Softball league tournament Nurnell Lee Bonnie Brown. Sylvia Jenkins and Brenda Mack. ., I
is set for 8:30: a.m. at the Com- FREE. In Itradenton August 1012. ,.t\, Not shown In picture are Kathy Digg, Erma Hamm, Janet. William,
munity Bank. After the mile race Pictured above on the team 'are from 'left-to-righl, front rows Catherine Michelle Bright Antoinette Bright and Joyce Hooper.
the 10,000 meter race will start. Pre-registration ''cost $4.50 and Johnson Clara Oesue,.Judilh]Bright, LIllieMack.! Unissa! King and Hazel ,The Cubbeltes took the Starke City League Championship and this is
T-shirts will go to aU finishers registration on the day of the race King. the first time they have made it to state competition.
from both races. will be $5,00.Registration. o ,
Trophies will go to" first place forms can be picked ---
finishers in the 12 age groups;- up at the following, locations:
There :will' also be trophies, Chubs Sports .Center; Bradford w..wrss
presented to the first place male, County Telegraph, Community
and female winners') over all in Bank and Sunshine,Acres. OPEN 9 ,tit '9This
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star athlete of Bradford High School, Murphey 26-mile jogging visit to ,

ran the London Marathon last May. the sites of London was combined I
13. ; with a trip to Holland and Sweden to'
Murphey who spent his first present a paper at an international
university year at the Citadel play- conference,' visit researchers, rand .,r _
Ing football and his second at' gather more;data' ,, concerning his

Brevard received the College most, ,N.C.valuable, where Tennis he PhD True work.to. 'his athletic versatility /w ,,Sat Aug. 4 We Con .Do Magic 'I IUMfe
Player Award, went to Switzerlandto Murphey become a part time ski!
complete his undergraduate work Instructor to ,hep| (support. his! ,
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in French and German
In 1976, Murphey returned to the Tim is the son of Walter H. Mur. > .; ** m.
U.S., attending UF where he receiv phey, creator and long time editor of : -
ed his M.A. in linguistics in 1978. ''the International Journal of Civil : -
Then followed five years teaching at Defense whose home office? is in $ I_ (77 GKE I
the UF with /summers teaching m a Starke. Mr. Murphey, himself, is a ''t t ,
Swiss sports and language fine, athlete who swam against
1982 he stayed in Switzerland,were Johnny Weismuller (Tarzan a, I j
he is now,and began his PhD workin youth and he is, in fact,.still com- \. r r >
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The first annual 4 X'J Power Pull Is set for this Saturday,August'4beginn- THE 0ti* Price .. : -
,ing at lOa.m; .. '" : +a "h lJfrDm'
'The pull, sponsored; by Lake Chevy-Olds wilt! 'behind the business on ,

North US-301. ,- ,. .' '
For more information abouUhe pull call Starke 964-7500;. Gainesville
372-1354; Jacksonville 289-9350 and ask for Adam" Art, Gary?John, Jim,
:Joe or Sarah. ,
There will be four classes: 4 cyl..gas or diesel; 6 cyl'...gas or diesel'; 8, I
cyl..gasor diesel and unlimited... gas or diesel.,Entry to the pull will be
free **

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Attention 9th and 10th ,Graders... '

All ninth' and tenth graders that' plan to play football at Bradford High' isrrld.
should contact Coach David Nurse at the Field House. inf
Reason,for the contact is for the special scheduling of athletes. :


Young Athletes to be Tested... Rit.

1 With the 'Olympics beginning this week in Los Angeles the Bradford C.ndlsP 1
Olympic Pentathlon will off a local test of thj spirit and stamina for the.
young olympians of our athletic community ,
Starke will be hosting its own Olympic events this summer through the'
:combined efforts of Bradford Hospital Center for Health and Fitness and, :
the Starke Recreation Department. 0pl
The first annual Bradford Olympic Pentathlon will be held at the Bradford Ph .. ,. 1
High School Track Friday August 10 from 8 a.m.'to noon: '
The Pentathlon is a fiv vent contest It will comprise of.a'100' yard #" '
dash, long jump, .timed ttit-ups and push'' ups 'and'a: longer run: 3'''
-kilometers (L't m ties)) for 8-13 year olds and'3 kilometers (3.1 miles X for
'14-17 year olds. The Pentathlon,, is free and open to eight} through\ IT,year, I ,
,olds who register.' 7Olymaictype ,' ,. ,
medals will be gl vert to the first'threewinnersinthe5age "

groups' for both males and females" Certificates. Participation will Be $& e egan"t' .". .,
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7 ByMarkFrledlin the men have done their best main greenhouses burned out and we but they have done an exceptionaljob
yyr Y ar .J', BCT Staff Writer for this show" lost just about everything Jnslde," ," Wainwright continued. "This
Crowds of plant lovers gathered
/W of the inmates has been one of the most sucessful
Y show originated as an ,Wainwright said. "One
the Fourth Annual Plant Show at
) : Correctional of a special horticulture happened to be passing by at the time rehabilitive, programs we have ever
Lawtey
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Saturday, July had worked Hilton C. Coleman. some things but lost most of what was tremendous, from the standpoint of
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Coleman's instruction In- inside
previous weeks to make sure the
would live up to previous events the institution learn many

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>. of Gainesville. "I can't believe the for"i' Including the state capitol
: they have done with some of in Tallahassee and Governor ,

plants, particularly the cactus mansion. SS"t
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types growing at home for years by a number of displays "Si.. f'
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display here."_ of colorful hanging & /t'1 '" '' '

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wright was on hand to greet the center of the garden- .
the guests as they arrived and area set against a strik- ,!

thinks the event has come a long sand backdrop. .. .
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members of our staff who facility nearly .
worked so hard to make this disasterous loss last winter '
success," Wainwright said. effects of the record break- ti m4 : I
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Hove : Grlnt.r Gall. ... '|Porters from Ecuodor' f'on exhibit 'featuring'a of Club. Call
v an announcement?... Get It In to u* by Mondays at 5 p.m.and w. portfolio posters ov.,....'. ,,.0"'_....,.,_.* weekly at the St. Mark' Episcopal Church parish ;
:' can it In the Calendar Local event church new":created In 1882 as a campaign against Illiteracy runs through August 3rd in' The)
put
*; gatherings special speakers or For Inlormotlon. call 782 )931.,1: ,' 9
house. ot : o.m ,
Thursday >l:30r
I ''.': group. organizing will be included on. requests W. must ..k th.t you keep them es'-. Gallery/ ,, Center for I l-itln American: Studies;Grlnt.r Hall on the U.F,,campusJ.Hours' ,' ( : ,!_ : : ,
? ' 'are 9 to 3 Monday through Friday l' '''. p'ogram.i t''The Community Education Swimming'Program, sponsored
concise as possible. '- L- / "VA- ? ,a.m. ,p.m. { ',;-'/", .i li'PrlrtAKld. Swim' (
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I > ., "" ...!The latest child fingerprinting campaign will begin for preschoolers July through. ,
; ....Social) Events 21 at.the United Methodist Church on Jefferson and Walnut St,.from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. contact the Bradford. s -UnlonAr.a Vo-tech' Center"at 964.6150.for Information.f

The program I I. .free and the child must b "' 5,.' "Sterke !ftevlng"... }A i iotvirecord limited edition of'the album. r.c rclad'In'S.ak.; by
j* permission slip must also b.signed before entering the program. '
Square Dancing... Beginning In July square dancing will be held the second and ,.' For further ''nformallon,call Laura Contl ot 964-8498. :' comedian Jerry Clower.on February 11? ,
fourth Thursdays of.each month, at 8 p.m. at the Masonic" Lodg. In Stark., corner of ', + \ The record I I. on sal. ot the Bradford Chamber of Commerce at the corn.r of Walnut
Call and Orange St. Caller Is Jim Duncan. Visitors w.lcam.; Mainstream. dancing.. St..... Boy Scout Troop 70 meets from 7 8:30: p.m.each Tuesday .In the scout hut' and Madison streets In Starke. Call 96/-5278, ;(
behind the tennis courts on Pratt Street ln Stork. I ,, The special album comes with a Jerry :low.r, autographed! sticker from Vatoo, .
Sweet Adeline.., This woman's ..
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group m..ts.ach Monday at 730 S ', '
; .5 Mississippi and sell for S9.43. tax Included. *
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p.m. pf Women Interested In singing' four harp t
part Each Clower records a live album In one of the small town h.vhitF.This'; I I.
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Gainesville feature Florida "larldo..co. the Hall
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of Florida History and a Mayan Palace and Object Gallery Hour 9-S w..da1and.. \,
Scout ",
:{ -' Boy Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. 'I' ..,... TOPS... The weight reducing club; :meets each "at e.m.'ot the till 9 the
\,_ "Cub Scout Pack lot each Monday night at 6:30 '' Tuesday 9:30: Saturdays;Tuesday open p.m., 15pm. Sundays and holidays:located on con.
Brownies meet 3 p.m. ,, EllamBoptlstChurchk! I Melrose.; >'. Vi I I, ij(i U >M id-: i'. .fi.r of Newell Drive and Museum Road at the University1'of Florida campus'i / ?
4l; ,j' ; Monday at p.m. v! : '! : ,
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/; Girl Scout m.e Monday at 3 p.m. loke Butler TOI"5... Take OH Pounds Sensibly Club meets .each Thursday evening at'' i '? Wv-ff, > p '..
''Boy'* Choirsters meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m 6:30: p.m, at the Faith Baptist Church: on. 1200 S: 12th St. in lake Butler. For further Information Concerf.. / 55 K f : : .'-t:'.
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Sterke S.veeth-d.y Aaventlst Christian A .......'...wlll hold reaUtratlon'fof grade coll.ilndo Durham" at.496-33a.t. 1 ,. '" turryi'',
'_ I.' ot the Seventh-doy Adventist Church/School, 1649 W. Madison St.,. tark.,. on' Beginning SImn! .." ..Tusdoy. and'Thursdays, 10 to 11 0..... f=ree Babysitting pro ..... Service of F..fI..leu".n.v. Taking Appllc.tonsTh.Job Service of Florida I* currently
': August 12 from 1." p.m. and Aug. 13 from 9.12 for the '84-89 school year. vided., For Info; coil BH Center, 964-4210 $ '.. ,, ; taking applications for the |ob-training programs. For more 'Information 1=contact

:.' Hippodrome Film Club feature' a variety of film of a contemporary nature each Aque_ Cle.......Monday*. Wedn.a4ay.,1and Fridays. 9 a.m.r 4.p..... and 6'p.m. ,the Job Service' OHIee' ; "at the"8r dford-Unipn.yo..Tech.lphpne! ,M-lS;"
.Friday and Saturday night at (he Hippodrome!; 25 SE'2nd Place 'In Gainesville For Info, call BH Center,,964-4210, ((1 *, I "I "'" ;r.(.,,,.. '
AerebK Classes 'or. being offered In lake Butler Monday oriel Thursday'oft.r. SCentral .'' : t
;4r' : or) \ ;
> iKperlmental. Aircraft The'group t'
A..o..i..11"-1
: ; meets and dlscusse aircraft"each AudiKKIuM'1.633.29O0
i i. i'' Sunday 4:30: p.m. at l Kenn-Aire on the north side of the Gainesville Regional AIr. >noon at 4:30: p.m. In Doom )368 at Union' County High School,,Morning classes began' "" Nw n ors... jack.anvill. t 1I..um and CvlC( ;
'' .. W.dnsdayJun.13 pi 9:30 a.m. Call 9604.l 71 for information f., '. #ty, t.* Florida Theatre 1.118.2787; Playground South-,t.721.6t61k prtanda Bob Cart' Center
Call
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porf welcom.7 ormotlon, yf
B. 'Alrp-t6uff.! 377-S822 t.at' Judo Cloe.wlll be held Monday and Thursday' night |In l
Ii' Keystone Nlgfitewl Night verilon of Homemokers Club meets second Tuesday ofI' Schoof cafeteria. Junior classes will be held from 4:30-7:30 pmy ..nlorc'o..' ..* from 1.81.6I6-1fl6t.: Tallahassee (:lvIc' Center 1.9o1.1e7.fd9tkyiampo's; .; Thootr. .
i,eoch; month at-?::30 pjn..at, First Bof.iit: Church,lit. ,Keystone', .' :, '";. :'' '4' ;7: -8:30.: 473-3964* '*;". ",*:' ,i: '' ';r' 1.813.2'JB.Curtl.* Hi'ion Hall ba10.f3B5ttttsKlsollbme; : ..13.9U.31Ih. .

Keystone Height .., Scout Troop 10$ meet at Keystone's United Methodist Church Aerobic Classes are being offered Moadoy,and Wednesday o> 7:30: o.mr, 4:30'ortd.., ,Pe ersbura-4" Bayfron' Center ).e,3.893.7241Dogtone( : Earth Peobody' Auditarium1904393OWU.Ctxoa :. :.

I'.;, .each Tuesday night from 7:30: 9 p.m. ; 7:30: p.m. And on Tuetday and Thursday' ,ot..jfc0' p.m. at the Keystone Heights.Womon'i,.-. Orach Brassy's ,; t3C5784NjMj. ; ::..,:;:.
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ARTHYffJND Club 25 announces.....t ""Y1I"
MOW UNKNOWN/ i ram(/ 'IT /ONE CAN ONLY GUESS ';'J-..=l-'

FliP Deputy"Di eto .;,'",..Y...,:, mi AMUT WE 5HAJWWIT I FIND UNWISE TO / UIWT FIENDISHLY ; Itukt_
15 / my AM EXPERT mr mi UWDEKE5WMTEWE : I CtlVTR' PI5&UIKWE: .. pry +ii!. ;;' ,' '._ .C. -
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Retires July'31The r 5wtS OF DECEPTION HMO TO ) SHARK, I SHARK/ IS UoMWG ON '. : /I ,' \ :'; '" .J. "' r ;' ,

nounced Florida the retirement Highway of Patrol one of an-its MNO DISGfJ/5S > tiEUEYE... 11m....... VWLVTfiy W/1ENT./ .. D. t r "The Wilder Gang" l

top level managers effective July 31. Ah
Lieutenant Colonel Walker B. Oliver '" + r- 4 NEW GROUP
will be leaving the Patrol after t
thirty-six years of excellent service! BREAK DANCING 4 I :
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A retirement dinner was held in 1 Breakers" I
his honor Friday night, July :27, at A "Night Quarter

the dinner Capital Colonel City Country Bobby R.Club.Burkett At the, ,..,_.. 1 t ---T- SATURDAY AUG. 4 from 2.4 pm,

Director of the Patrol said, "Lieute '1.00 Admission
nant Colonel Oliver is to be com- v1 '1 : WINTER LEAGUES NOW FORMING- _
mended for his outstanding dedica-
tion to duty and contributions to the STARKE LANES us 301 North. 964.8176
Florida Highway Patrol and he will ; :,;
be greatly missed by all of us. He '. ..' t7:.....;.. "
has been a key member of my staff
for the past nineteen months and I --- --r rrrrr r.Rrrr.Re,
wish him and his wife,Betty, a very $AVE W Tti ; 1I+ I, ,
happy retirement. ., 1 /
Lieutenant Colonel Oliver joinedthe V y e SAVE 50t
Patrol November 1, 1947,in Pen- :\ nIO 4t,,, wPeReRANO
sacola and has served in Tampa, 1 ; ALL FLAVOR S
Lakeland Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 ,
Stuart, West Palm Beach, and WINI-DIXIE'S ,ICE CREAM ;
Tallahassee; during his long and iiI
distinguished career. He was pro- 1 c
moted to Lieutenant Colonel in ,,
January, 1984,and served as Deputy / HALF Il I/ ,
Director in charge of Southern Field
Operations.Lt. l I I?) GOOD AUGUST 1,198 Iti
Colonel Oliver has distinguished ,,
or man punshm mol. clg i
'MAY'COUPON ..
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himself throughout his career 1
with his professionalism dedicationand r
hard work. His retirement eEEF PEOP 1!
marks the end of more than three l

decades of outstanding service. REDUCE irOU R COSTS I /,



FLORIDA THEATREStarke TWIN PRICES GOOD THURS. WED.. ,, AUGUST 2-8 1984 I


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Mon. thru Fri. 7:00 9:10: n ". ./ I

Sat. & Sun. 4:45,7:00,9:10: I .oI" .' I

WED. MORNING MATINEE 49 '. ..."... ( .'" "" 49 88

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I THRIFTY MAID TOMATOES,CORN.OR CUT (COUNTRY FRESH ,,r.- !!LB8.A{ )
--THE LKitND OF-- 1 9 .; CQENFLAKES. ct NXUB. 'DISPOSABLE 99 .
BEANS..3 $1 99 $799 $3 ,
TARZAN a 'I. 'BI
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34.o*.LOAF DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE OVEN .
MIX OR CANNED GOODS SALE
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Deal of the Century WESSON Honey Wheat. ;

$269' l ( 4-... CANS THRIFTY MAID Bread .
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Sweet Peas
Tomato. Sauce
ASTOR $O29 :.V.''lCAN.TIJ"rTYMAID lenna :Sausages y No.211 CANS CRACK GOOD Hot Dog .
3
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OIL ... B".. &A Mushrooms ;''BUNS PKG8.. -
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VIENNA l IO4C.CANTHESrTYMAID .Corned Beef HashSAUSAGES DANISH .
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Chicken Noodle Soup
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Cut Green Beans Pineapple Juice
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Hash Brown "' ) D 0 9ge .Powdered'.j' 1

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will tell you that this is a '
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the fibers In the carpet'are .
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the yarn Is spun. On\ the other HARVI8T FREBN w HARVEST"IISII RUFKMBKAND

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are printed along the length PEACHES.LB/. PLUMS .r*LHARVBST 'H'" La POTATOES c. ,, JIAJ. .J. JUICE.,, ,, ,

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the !: FRESH HARVE8'I'FRESH', ''HAltVE81'FRi:5H: ,HM'YJS'' FRESKFLORIDA
carpet' Spacedyedcarpets'
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h colored, and quite beautiful. '
See us when you want lovely LIMES. ? JL Nectarines '' CABBAGE Avocadoes '
carpet. Look over wide
F our
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t" STRONG.", ,\' .,LEADERSHIP- EFFECTIVE, F '6 WillinQuaUfi J : i

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EL'ECT'y "The Star Bangled Banner." when It was first published nq
t tYarbrough bore the title "The Defense of Fort McHenry"
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Lou-Ann's Azalea &, Blueberry FarmTake :
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j. 100 South to 24th Avenue turn right to farm \,.
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I StateRepresentative r} i! !I Now Open Tues.-Sat. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm /, ,
in HouseRepresentative I
20% Off 3 Gal. Azaleas :

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LANDSCAPING PLANTS \
Frank Williams i

WHEN HE IS THERE Hanging Baskets, Fruit Trees, Custom Made Swings (D-Middleburg) qualified Tuesday, f
July 17, to seek his seventh term in \
HE WILL BE WORKING FOR YOU I the Florida House of Representativesin

Campaign Headquarters 259-2118 PO POL: ADV 964-7109 All Nature Sings of Jesus Frank Williams District 21. District 21 includes all
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Ifi'a of,, Clay County, the eastern half of :
T Bradford County and a part of the
; I northwestern section of St. Johns \i
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County.
Williams is currently Vice Chairman ti
wwrwr rw-wr ww rwrwwrr rww w..ll ,
; 1PIPItI of the Tourism & Economic ;
i--i i---i i
C j sAVE Development Committee, Chairman J
a
i\\\\E .. SAVE II 1 I I II wrry of the Sub-Committee on Disaster j
60
; SAVE 60 Preparedness and '''serves on the 5

c ALL I II \\t I I Transportation Committee the Commerce i
DS I ( O !SOUTH FEDERAL Committee and the Committee't t,
+ on Community Affairs. ,',
COFFEE MAYONNAISE
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"My main objective over the \\1'
k1aY0N stet years,:' said Williams, "has been to
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II j I be of service to all the people in my, :
$189 1 19c }:; district. That will continue to be
s i.- ...... IY" -I my
I 55\ \ y.I .a" r SiV OUANTITV RIGHTS/ No. 1 goal."Williams has maintained
,. _- I I tv _- I own RESERVED DIM mm, full-time legislative offices in Green'
) COUPON GOOD AUGUST EJ, 1D8. COUPON ooocPAuausT a-e,1D14 1 carwwS" ;'YN me Cove Springs and Starke, and will
Limn 1 with S10d1O Of'nova I J Limit t with $10.00 of mora purehu.net. CIgL 4 S continue to do so.
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QEEF PEOPLE' Williams has been, assured by I
Speaker-designate James Harold ;
_.. _.., Thompson that t his legislative leadership I
ON SALE NOW, ministration.role will continue during his ad., ;

PICK. YOUR Reserve Prestige Williams labels his 12 years in the '1
1)eaders FREE House of Representatives as a j
VBOKUS INSERT for those "Decade of Progress Plus". He takes
who deserve it.
_
l ,Digest. ,,. = $ oo pride in playing an important part in j
AUOUST 1IW MSUf \' "= YOUR '(And well throw in the gift wrap I 1'. bringing new, growth and economic
vnAp-our When you give Prestige Steaks 'from WINN-DIXIE, + I h 4'} development to the Northeast Floridaarea 3
A MAN AND HJSJBABYX wK DIXIE' you're giving ,the. very best What makes them so li '' Il'l4I ,in increasing funding for educa ,
ltfl t
DAUGHTER/nun: : COUPOAT special?,First':, ,these hand-selected strips./diets,and { ( +pt !yt t ;Q tion, in providing additional care for ,
rlbeyea are specially aged to bring out their max JprRa18T2erJI senior citizens, and-through working \
EASY WAYS TO SAVE imum flavor and tenderness,And,unlike the beet you II i4 ; 1 V fA with local government and its agencies J
,BIG BUCKS can specially order(from other companies Prestige r! sR s 1 in securing improved and additional 1
Steaks are packed fresh They're never frozen ?J1 4pLlt services for the people of his
THE BEST i
WAY TO RELAX I
,_ before they reach you For an exquisite gilt or simply district.Specific accomplishments In-
Teach Your Kids To a memorable meal,choose W-D Brand U S Choice elude roles in securing a permanent

+-':: Protect Themselves T 0 Sea \\L :r Id, WINN-DIXIE.Prestige Steaks from The Beef People at' campus for St. Johns Community Col, {
:' low To Conquer 'II 1 lege in Orange Park, securing funds
.;y Your Fears for the transportation needs of the
I
District, including funds to fourlaneand
improve Blanding Boulevard and 1
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t planning monies for Brananfield J
Road, securing 4-year status at the' r
University of North Florida, preven-'
ting peat mining ,in the Santa Fe
Swamp, once again increasing the
a. land area of Clay County by annexing
10 acres of '''property from Putnam
County, securing library monies and
many others.
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'I'G"I1"t. \- "My record on crime; education,:
Ba. pfy "- | | | / iTl\\\\ \ \ \ \ "" =j/ T 'economic development,service to the
elderly and disadvantaged and
WD BRAND US. CHOICE BONELESS USDA INSPECTED WD BRAND GRADE A' SMOKED

? SIRLOIN TIPROAST $'198 FRYERTHIGHS. : BAKING. '*' Qt: SLAB $119 speaks general for.progress itself,"and said prosperity Williams, I I
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i _-.. ,, ''41\1 ",:.1 .. *.v v tr! ,"" | ,\HEN& .yA,,,.,FA\ "**>*Jy;*' ':';: ,BACON\\\; ,1! ; r'- fruq"and,en.that/r11|i record Williams what voted'\\ I intend forty the to ...'
rreinskatewlenu'or;theNdeatlt4land
;.", f ffiUlRRU: ,GOO'WH; ORS AWED' *AUGUST''2-8, 'i9840W, .1. fM>>bit ': htistfoiifelUfa'galilst all'gun control penalty. .

I'i legislation r.
( t t WO SMOKED ENDLESS 1' "New challenges of today require a
: PORK NECKBONEa, CHEFS PANTRY CHICKEN'FRIED KAHN'S JUMBO broad and progressive outlook and an !

FEET or (ct p: LINK $199 BREADED $ 49 BEEFFRANKS $ 99 not overall more effort bureaucrats focused,on more solutions useless-
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laws and more confusion," he said.
I TAILS ; 2'h.aPKO' ; WD PATTIES La L&' '. Williams served in the U.S. Army (
Medical Services Corp, is Past Commander
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LEAN ALL VARIETIES OSCAR MAYER
of American Legion Post 56. )
GROUND CHIPPED 'n My and is a disabled American Veteran.As .
, $f 99 '$ 99 PORiBOBwIIITEMII.Dilluyr 59 a civic and community leader
-JL J& JL / Williams is Past President of the
:
I ROUND. MEATS... .; t BEEFLean . Jaycees Past President of the Brad
ford County Fair Association,
member of Lawtey Lodge 189 F &
.; ', A.M:, Jacksonville Consistory! of the ,
) 'IF00Drs Scottish Rite, Morocco,Temple of the., :

DR. CHEK EflIIIEM/ ) Shrine Volunteer, charter Fire Department member, charter of the f I

DRINK ALL PURPOSE member of the Elks Lodge, Past
+" r vim; ; ; P&DSHRIMP President and Chairman of the Boardof
NO..wI.......oeut i
2 $1 00 1 $199 CURB Inc., and has been a little I
TUIKEY:1 BAH . "s. league football and basketball coach.
UTL, '- BREAST. t1& Nft QUICK FROZEN, Williams volunteer for
Ldr-J1I TU. 'I" \ serves as a
JBiii : \ ? ,TROUTFILLET <1: the North Florida Civil Defense Area.
$189' $179 .. He is President of The American Civil I
: REGULAR m LIGHT . LB, elegy Defense Association and is Public i
QUICK FROZEN Relations Director for The Journal of ,
,COORSBEER IIAr.H tea,WINOS" WHOLI-...... ARROWTOOTH Civil Defense. Williams is a memberof
LI '. rmsH .. $t 29 the First Baptist Church and is
eoc4 SOUHN PIT COOKED CINNAMON, ITALIAN FLOUNDER La. JL, President of EWE: Inc., mortgage. ,
i FRIED CHICKEN! PORK ROLLS BREAD ALASKAN CLUSTERS brokerage firm. I
Williams is married to the former I
fi $239CAPM J.1 $699 .! $ 19 I c sNOw Lt. $ 99Is Susan Weigel of Middleburg. They I,
$299 | ,69|| &
i ( ...., ''CRAB . 812Ew s have two children: Buzzie., who will
I be a sophomore at Middleburg High f
--r School in the next school year and ,:
, Richie, who will be a 7th grader, at. i
I J.L. Wilkinson School in Middleburg ;
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CHICKEN,BEEF ON TURKEY, THRIFTV' MAID CUT. OR WHOLE OKRA. TASTE CVBEA SWISS STYLE ALL FLAVORS ,

L MORTON $-00 CUT .'89 PERCHFILLET! lea,99 SUPERBRAND '$ 00 A male emperor moth can "; \
i8S : YOGURT SI'LE detect And find a femal of ,
I7E. PKD .
. POT PIES,, ) : BROCCOLI tlU > .., ." \ his species a mile away, i
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. TOTINO COMBINATION,SAUSAGE..HAMBUItOKR.{ :: 'I'
f SUPE88RAKD' SUPERBRAND
j PEPPEBONI g>CHEESE ALL BEEF f \

t; PARTY 89*! STEAK-1 $959' ; RASPBERRY (|;' Choco-Charm, r ri..new TN r

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oAw Drinks A
UM y&tut SHERBET .
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were confiscated July 26 east Agency and Clay County Almost simultaneously, 'a:' drug and police department,the FBI and'. Hair Fashions '
of Keystone Heights' on CR-214(Jn the Sheriff's Department.The bust was underway in Rlverh: Sea he the Drug! Enforcement Agency. World of !
Lake Geneva area The search warrant In Palm Beach County at Gulf block NW of RJE) 1
was executed as a result of a 9:30: a.m. raid also netted two Stream Way. Approximately There have been no arrests in New location: 820 Connie Street(n
combined effort by the Gainesville- generators, a vehicle and assorted $400,000 in currency and 500 poundsof either case the investigation is continuing SPECIALS!!! Aug. 1st 23rd !
BACK TO SCHOOL
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now, .Announces. Home Mobile Home Elasta Curt up to 12 yrs. . . . .'. s35.00 ;'
TUES 12 yrs high ""Ml.. . . ', :40,00

EVENING DENTAL SERVICES ,! Auto Life SAT,: Elasta Curl . . . . . . 45.00
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Holes In step provide storage for tools such Variable-speed :
CWIV'.. as screwdrivers pliers,chisels.23"rule on 79032 -- Reversible Drill \
NEW 'I front|Jaw permits easy measuring.Dual : Holgun '
Black ; height:29-1/2"/ work bench height,22-3/4" Reg. Price "'82' No; 1172.10; '(0-1200 rpm) ; 1
The n &Decker 9" Power Miter ; .
sawhorse 23-3/4" ,
height. vise jaws open to "
Saw offers the d o.It.yourse and h 0 bb y I s")) $ 88 i.
the speed and repeatable accuracy once / wide.Swivel pegs hold odd shapes up 6 9 Rated' .heavy/duty/ for. full protection use. ,"
to 11-3/4"/ wide UD to 22-3/4"diagonally. "
found only In professional tools'. This miter Double insulated for added operator'saw ,
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commercial use but Is also fantastic for Reg. motor with ,
movement of hand polishing.Takes th$hard .f'leWt( /powerfuI3.5-
making picture frames and cabinets,for $14 4 8 8 work out of polishing'cars, trucks arid boats. f ull power in reversaf.built; for good, .$. 6'8 8 8
doing finish and trim work,cutting 2 x 4s and OffiO&E. 'performance,and long life. '
all other kinds! of precision,carpentry around aft A N .' Varlable-speed-reverse( feature o"el1l
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Disappearance':of Starke Man Solved, Brown's ,Body Found ." ." ," ,

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The body of Carl Lawrence Brown..' hone deal was Gary German, 28, of The motive for !the murder was Okeechobee County',also in 1981 was James C. Nugent
was found by Bradford and Alachua, Hawthorne. When German was approached robbery and an underterminedamount arrested for grand theft. In 1983 Electrical Contractor
County authorities in south Alachua by Investigators from of cash was taken from Bolesta was arrested for sexual bat-
County on Wednesday, July 29. Bradford and Alachua he led Brown. It was also revealed during tery and several violations of probation Wirings Residential&Commerclal
Three men have been arrested in authorities to the partial remains of the Investigation'! that another Brad according to sheriff records.
connection with his murder. Carl Brown in a wooded area in ford County resident was also a Bolesta and Chestnut are being Mobile Home Poles
'i Brown has been missing from his ; South Alachua ''County near target of the trio to be robbed and held under $100,000 bond each for 100.200 AMP 1
: home in Bradford County since May Hawthorne, said Investigator Don murdered. first-degree murder. German Is be-
If' 14 when he was last seen leaving Denton. "The unlawful killing of Carl ing charged with being an accessory Free Estlmat..

; Dowling's Stable on US-301 south Arrested were German, Joseph Brown was one of the most after the act. 964-4824.
pulling a horse trailer with a pony In Jackie Bolesta, 39, of Grove Park senseless, brutal murders I have. The mystery of Carl Brown's R
t the trailer to be traded in Citra for,a and on Thursday, July 28, a third ever encountered. We are glad to disappearance has been solved, his ,
horse. Brown's pickup truck, trailer ,suspect Adam Blaine Chestnut, 29, have played a major role in the identity "- death being the third family tragedy
,. and the horse he traded for were wan picked up in Palatka. and arrest of the defendants, in as many years. ,
i found the following morning in back German admitted to being present said Reddish. A 26-year-old son, Paul Dale \
"' of the Ramada Inn on 1-75 near when the murder occurred. German: The three men arrested for the Brown, apparently! depressed over .
; Ocala. told Investigators that the three men murder have a history of being In his father disappearance, shot ,
k In that no crime could be were living in Bolesta's trailer at the and out of trouble, according to Lt. himself in the chest with found
,I'' established at the time of Brown's time and that they knew Brown from Bowen of the Alachua County shotgun June 10. He was his Starke Family Practice j l'
;> disappearance, no jurisdiction could previous horse trading. Sheriff's Department. Chestnut was trailer home on US-301 south.
t be established for investiating the On May 14 the men spotted Brown arrested In 1979 for sexual battery June rt, 1981, the body of another &
i case. Through complaints of the driving along US-301 and flagged and German has had several traffic' song, Jimmy was found on the T I
j' family and friends of Brown, Sheriff him down. They asked Brown if he violations. Bolesta was arrested: In railroad tracks near Starke. Jimmywas
a. Dolph Reddish was convinced that wanted to buy some horses and when 1981 for worthier, checks; from; also 26 at the time of his death. Urgent Care Center

something had happened to Brown he replied affirmatively, they. asked .. 1
.I' and sought assistance from the him to follow them. :
,. Florida Department of Law Enforcement The men went to an area In the Broken Sprains Strains :
...." which. has multiple Lochloosa Wildlife off CR-32S. Back ToENUA'S Bones
:j,'" jurisdiction' There, German' said Chestnut hit Burns Cuts Pregnancy Testing f
t.:, Investigator with Bradford Brown in the face with a fiberglass
:;. Sheriff's Office continued to work sledge handle Chestnut then tookBrown's School Sale Arthritis Gout Diabetes Asthma ;
with Marion and Alachua Counties removed the cash
wallet .
PressureA
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as well as the FDLE in attempting to and handed the wallet to Bolesta; HEAR ,. Heart Disease' High'Blood

determine what had happened to Chestnut and Bolesta then took Look Smart ( Medical' Care Facility/ X-Ray, Laboratory ServIces/
: r Brown. Brown a little way down a dirt road ESIGN Compr '
I. Authorities have, been baffled with ,. ': :"<'
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since Brown disappeared, no one Bolesta beating the man in the backof ',a CutStylefor -\ "
had seen him since he traded for the the neck with a machete, accor NEW HOURS:'Weekdays 12:30 pm to 8 pm "
horse and no one had seen anyone ding to. German's version of the only 1LOOGet to ;
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leave the truck 'which was found story. ,
: behind the'dumpeter-at, the Ocala In order to prevent the Identity of '.. "
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that Carefree Look '
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t,. The first break came, in the case Bolesta returned to the scene of the M D
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after Alachua County' authorities murder several weeks later and PERM $25.00 S. ,
y, '!" and FDLE authorities talked with'' moved part of the skeletal remainsto with a 'I i
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two.,persons from the Grove Park another location, which have also 118 S. Thompson St. '.'
( area of Alachua County.who had attempted been recovered by law enforcement ncj-4151' .:
h Merle Norman '
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to work a horse deal with authrotieis, said Denton. ", BIdg Call 9.644819' !
Brown. used in the murder --- -
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,i One of the persons involved in the have also been recovered. (Night Emergencies.Only 1-498-3233)) !

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1654 South Walnut Road Starke Florida'

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on Friday, August 3' r ii
t Record OrlandoWoman' & GARDEN
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News ", from 4:00: p.mV (
In County CourtThe Arrested LCI .
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to 7:00: ;
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; following defendants appeared On Drug ChargeA ,.. SCHOOL ( f fONTROL

before the court to enter a Orlando woman was 20 /. Off Entire Stock' BUS 539 ..,'Call St.; Stark.

change of plea and.received final arrested at Lawtey Correctional Institution (icpl for' hat *' ];|ewelrv'j Open( 9-* ,Phone 964- 745
disposition July 30 Bradford County @ @) e
July 29 and charged with introduction 1rNEM/rAlW./
; of contraband Into prison. Let's have a good attendance;.
Hector Gilbert Brown Jr. driving Denise.White Money alledgedly record and don't ,be; tardy' .
while intoxicated, fined$544, 10 daysin took cannabis into LeI and was arrested O p.

1 revoked jail (weekend five years jail, driving time)while, license Intoxicated Eunice., according' 'to Deputy Sammy; KENWIN DRESS SHOP REPEAT OF A SELLOUT

(DWI) school. Money was released after.a $2,000 111W. Call St..Starke'* 964-8824 .,
Janice Alvarez Smith driving I
; while intoxicated, $281.50 fine,. six surety bond was posted.
( months probation Salvation Army 1ItL/ aVe

license suspended months at- .'\011 41, FOGGER
tend DWI school,50 hours communi- -< .

ty Vickie work. Thomas Klrchabe drlvinjg .t ." SAN1jA FE COMMUNl.ltCbtLEGe. stmt. \ .: \+ \. ,' Kills '.:exposed ,fleas;Oroachel' end ;other) r 4J :

'I: while lntoxl aledCined $281.50, tm'Co .oq.afl.11i! !'S..;.! : ( ." I", r","tiausetisild 'In the house.,
i '; license-suspended slx'/bwmths, SO i1'I ,,.- "..\oJ"..'..... I 1it\\\ S" T ARKE' 'tNTER:4:: ; !\.$'\ !(' 'J1c .d 'i pests "
r \ CI'' m "' 6 sire 14oz size "
hours community work, six months OtIE OZ <4 99 3fl8
probation Salvation Army: license out: .: BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL, \', ";, .. /, ., Reg. 3.99 I Reg. 7.99 *J ,
'I suspended six months, attend DWI N. TEMPLE AVE. PH. eW-5382 ; "- < '," : ,
school. 'r; STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 -f h '.<, i ie ..SyrPrepare .Subject to sellout of present supply I
Jack Truman Parrish driving )

"', while' intoxicated, fined $281.50. 50 ot{ :: :Your Garden Area Now
i b'f'Y hours community work, must attend I ", :q ,,;;FALL 1984 CALENDAR tvLvMorvThurs. | j;
"' DWI school, license suspended six .' .,,.h.', vi \ '. q(' 1 .l' Vapam Soil Fumigant
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months Salvation Army supervision. -
: .,i..fJuly": ; 23=::26,. . .PREREGISTRATION 8:00-3:30p.rrr: : : .
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i Kills Nematodes most weeds fungus .and son
Thursday. .,.;.. I i."July 26.. \. .PREREQISTRATON| 6:00-: ::00 p.m. (Last day to V4pgM
borne diseases. better A ytoU. Use
r ,< .' : : register for Gainesville Classes In Starke] .Alows growth toi
r I .. ...... ...." 't".I' ,'''is jl, ',. .. I ,\.(' ., ..', '.\." .u 'ii. 'r.'' 4-6 weeks before planting. 1 Gal treats 400 sq ft. CIan oa
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,Lake City Thursday' .' .,.Aug.. 2 ;.,. . REGISTRATION (Starke Classes Only) *a 7 J Quart

Found Guilty ." .. :. 'r ,*'s" r, ,, 8-3:30: p.m.li8&1 p.m. ,,?"''','",..' ", ."; ," 2 88 Gallon738
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Of Perjury ., Monday" '; .,.Aug..:': 13;." . REGISTRATION (Starke Classes Only) Peg. 4.49 Reg.. 1349WEDEAIIW ''
determined: .' i\"J': \: 1}+"; '".',' v {..', 8-3:30p.m.6-7p.m: : ".*"**',ff'J *;"' ;


w guilty of perjurywhen she gave her ?,I',;'j" 4''I;> \""> 2 8:00a-m-3:30: : p.m. _Classes'!1'''> >" ,
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boyfriend an alibi designed tc Monday ..'. .,. Auy 20..'. ...!. .,. REGISTRATION (Starke Only),j ';;\";; XRTII 85
&, mislead police in a robbery case' > v\, .).'"'''* '1.,1\ '\\ji". PI, o M-<*l..*A}|>''p.m. & |'"0-r" p.m'. "?V rf, "*''/;'.;..1 't .\yvf":t'tr.1'.J' Fuel Injection/ Starting

Valentine Allen, 21, could receive for the 'fw'' '? ''.' '" FEES DUE IN STARKE ,*,q\ !.t t; V''V '' 'V Tap-N-Go. Line Advance .
up to five years Inpri80n "> ""S. FREE'28.Occ
Plus Weed Blade
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third-degree felony. A presenters : ", '' '"" '"I r. '. \" "'I." BLOWER
investigation was ordered by John J Tuesday . :,.ug.,21,:V- .'. ; .CLASSES BEGIN/SCHEDULEADJUSTMENT/ ; e engine
Crews following the verdict. .. I. 1-year limited warranty ATTCH.
6-7:00 p.m f'% / 4'-: ,,,,
Allen told Assistant State Attorney ,.;:; ," ""tw'1:' :, -an>' ::: PLUS: Other a #4500 edger or WITH
1 Harris Tobin that she, was in tire 't\r ''tfiJsRHSVlSH.f S1<, 5500 Power Hoe PURCHASEALL
company of Robert Alexander,34, ii Monday.. ".",' : ",.Sept; ;f.,," .LabOr'Cay Holiday \ : '-
Lake City on the evening of January Tuesday; .,. .'i.\ .. .Sept.. 4.1.; .'. ,.. .LAST DAY'TO DROP. & RECEIVE REFUND FOR 'ONLY "

13 when he was accused oI1'Obbing '" Tuesday :. .'.;. ..16V---.LAST: DAY TO DROP HAVE.COURSES. ) I >, 24995"eg
'.: Mark Alvarez In Union County. j :.\, ,r',!,. '" '"'Hr1.1": ;';; "; REMOVED. FROM\ RECORD. /:,' .> ", ','I'It Value to $349.98

The state Alexander had four'witnesses in.Union Count who ..Friday(.,.,... -.," *...Oct! .19\1"-." ..... ,NO CLASSES (College ,,Op no\,\$;j. .;:41 ,-;? ,

.. placed that night. ?' '' ,.Wednesday. ,Nov. 21 ",.'. .NO EVENING CLASSES \ ONLY 1200 per month

I Alexander was ,Charged witl ,Thurs., & Frl. .Nov. 22-23 . Thanksgiving' Holidays (College. Closed. ) XR' 30 Gas Trimmer
< Union traf : .,i, .k 'I f\ \- 11888
another crime In County; :>; y' : 26.2 149.99 Now
NIGHT engine Reg.
ticking in stolen property am ,' : ';:; flson>Thurt.t.Dec.; ; 10-13 .. ,FINAL. EXAM DAYS FOR CLASSES
.,t received a several six-year prison in term. Hi. ? f" ,:, '* ',"'-.'; :' "' (Exam,Times (In Slarke Only7-900; )' : p.m.) Buy & Enjoy a New Toro NowSalea'
charges '
also faces ,. Columbia 1 / \ V &,
County,.Tobin,said., ". "' ", .t'J" \ Prices Easy Financing '
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I BCT Staff Writer Christian Church in Milford III. for 6 SALES
I 1 The"First Christian Church of years. His next move came when he I I lEPAIR? '. Dirt
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strong;Ho honor the Reverend Ray to the Lake City Christian Church in _.\
mono Baer a man who has served the Lake City for one year. .
communities of both Lake Buller and Rev. Baer then moved to Lake ,
Starke for the past 13 years. Butler where he served the lake.
Members of the church brought out Butler Christian Church for 11 years. 1. w v lu -/ BEACH CAUISt! A
I their best Sunday in an inspirational He moved back to Anniston when duty .. Bike
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assorted soloists and the First Chris Starke where he resies now'with his \ '. \ -Shlrnano and.Helmets Comp III Tire
tian Church Choir, then members of family and has served the First Chris- r'I: \ Oakley _
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dish rish House for a sumptous covered years, The Rev;'Ray Ilarr was honored by over 1 to members of the First Chris:: -
supper featuring "southern cook His wife Louise is -
a registerednurse tian Church of Starke last weekend. ,
ing at its best'according to one and has served as choir direc- Standing In front of the church(from left to right) are: daughter Sharon, .
church member'standing in the long tor in all of the churches in which the
wife Louise, daughter Elayne and David liner
Grandaughter Shannon is
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serving line."There's couple have served. She has the been in front. "" THE MEAT STAGE
the director of the nursing staff while Guests Including of the selbelow(
many left)
no one in town who has living in Anniston,Ala. and is presently dish lunch after the service younger enjoyed a covered 105 Edwards Road
served our community like Rev. Baer employed at Florida'State Prison 'Vr OWNED Custom
has throughout" the years he has been completing IS years as a state OPEsNEvVNmoSyVm BY Cut 'and WrapA
here, commented longtime First employee.
Christian Church member Jim Rev. Baer's son R. Neal has been( To --- WEEK Kenneth Crawford Meat
Faulkner. "He has been a source of involved int he farming and farming
inspiration to so many people here. equipment business in Indiana.At the CARRIER'SPriced
FRYER
This day is the church's way of saying time they live on their cattle
thanks for the years he has given us." farm in Madison Florida. 4 9

The service opened Sunday morn- One of Rev. Baer's daughters, Leg Qtrs . . . . . I Ib.
ing with an opening hym "Do You SharolY Baer Lyons, graduated from "
Know My Jesus" sung by a trio Milligan College, Tenn. has a CENTER wnssR CUT FIRST CUT
Elaine Smith, Carolyn Hayes and Master's degree in Special Educationand
Christie Faulkner,then came a hymn is completing a PHD in Educa-
of praise by Bob Jones entitled 'My tional Administration from Florida Pork Chops Pork Chops
Task". State University. She is presently
Gerald Griffis was next with a employed as a Vocational Job Place- $ $ -
warmly sung solo on "An Evening ment Specialist for the handicappedat l59Ib. J09Ib.
Prayer",then Elain Groff led the con- South Florida Community College. .
gregation in the communion hymn Rev. Baer's other daughter, Elayne
"Let Us Break Bread". Additional Baer Groff, attended Milligan College -
music was provided by the First Tenn. and graduated from Lake GROUND C
Christian Church Choir City Community College. She lives AIR CONDITIONINGHere's 99

Christian Rev Baer Seminary attended in Lincoln the Lincoln, III., a wioth Wild her Life husband Officer Thomas in the Ocala, who area.is is high efficiency BEEF . . . . . . .I.Ib.
the Atlanta Christian College in She is presently the Office S.E.E.R.
Manager ( numbers of
Atlanta, Georgia, and the Milligan for Dr. Ng, Neurologist, in Ocala. 12, oz. ALL MEAT LEAN & MEATYFranks
College, Milligan College, Tennessee. The Baer's have five grandchildrenand 8.0 or higher). Here's
His service to the members of three great grandchildren."We' solid1ighquality/ Spareribs349
various congregation has left its imprint have some wonderful people construction fordependability
in many communities and has here in this church and in this com- -

been as varied as it has been long, "a munity" Rev. Baer said as thememorial year 890pK8MARKET $
tireless preacher who never stops day came to a close. "We after year. And here's I lb.
working for the people he serves,"according have a real family atmosphere here the kind of value you're
to parishioner.Rev. in this church that has grown in the SLICED SINBEAMBacon
looking for. From
Baer served as Director of the past four years and is getting
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tor Deborah Johns. "We knew there Chevrolet.Oldsmoblle 'here In back pain.:I went to a medica'' doctor and was given triusclerelaxers and
'were a number of children in the Starke!" Ms4 Johns said, '. area who needed the service but' expensive and they are now required .didn't help the condition. At this point, I decided to visit Dr.Dopson with
\, ;were too far way for their parents to by state law. 1 d Ilk*',lo thank no real idea pf what chiropractic'could do for me. After several spinal r
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'' bring morning everyone, who helped .upstart* the manipulations .1. was put on,'a strengthening program which worked
work. Now we can transport up to 12 '
students 'at a'''lime from 'a large program, As I said'we'VC[ Io' opened ,woqders. During the strengthening program I learned a great deal more
radius around the area, giving more more doors and really gained needed'many the new. about chiropractic and the benefits chiropractic' :treatment, r rF 1I' e
children the chance to participate in, students and who unable to attend pro" ,,I have suffered no more disabling back palri since that time.Nos I
the program." gram The'center'were speclall e.. In pro. 1 am employed by Dr. Dopson. I would certainly riot work for him ": "
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NOTICE YARD SALE I CARS & TRUCKS PERSONAL SERVICES. VACUUM

SALENEW
169 CHEVY IMPALA 350 engine: on.ow..r. MACHINES REPAIRED, All.
SEWING
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted LAKE BUTLER CHURCH OF GOD Friday
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Good tire. 964 6528, 7/12 tfn' & USEDWe
to the Bradford County Aug. 3. 9 a.m. til ?? Itpd 8/02 makes cleaned piled and adjusted.(
T.I.graph office In writing and paid In GIGANTIC YARD SALE Four families 174 CADILLAC PEVILLEt Sedan; 4-doorj $15. Work guaranteed James Finance Our Own rwitlO)3

advance unless credit Is alr.ady Back to school clothes; toys and fully equipped 1972 Datsun pickup Strickland corner Morgan ,Rd. and KJRBYS ,
Both In excellent
condition. 9647184.
established with this office. household Items. Country Club Estates, Hwy 16. Stork. 12/29 tfn ROYALS
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE Itpd 8/02 ",;, CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free
Sat., Aug. 4. 9 a.m. til 12:00. For Info
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN call 9646930. tchg 8/02 1981 CAMARO Power leering, power, estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. EUREKAS LREALTA .
brakes, AM/FM. 3 0 Liter V-8. 8000.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER THREE FAMILIES Fri. ft Sat., 9 a.m. Blue Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329tfn HOOVERS
964-8721. 7/12 tin 'I|V'
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ELECTROLUX
THE TELEPHONE. Nordic English stoneware dinnerware;
1 IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS,,FOR MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. PHONE 964.7776
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY drill press stand, row honey; overstuffed FILTER QUEENS [CECILIA
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. chairs: carpet; kerosene lamps; collectibles $44 Get?: Through the facts the U.S. Government., Also have quilts for sal*. Assorted SEARS I riRwauGA 205 N.. Tomplo, Stark I

Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75, and lot. mar. North 301, just today $Call| sizes and designs. Betty' Htldebrand. COMMERCIAL.I I ......Speclal'I'r:
1-312-742-1142 ext. 609. 7/2oEOW .
word thereafter.CALL 964 8122. 6/21 tfnchg
for each 8/02
then 10 cents before Textile Town. Itpd
100 WEST BEHIND PINE LEVEL BAPTIST 9/06 WANT TO DRINK? We repair all makes REDUCED This won't last long at $39,0001
73 DODGE SWINGER: ,PS/PB; AC; excellent THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 904 Ralford Rd. Comfortable Bit's
TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON CHURCHi Fri. < Sat., 3rd and 4th. From Ig. 2
FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). 8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Furniture, clothes, rubber condition; Interior Immaculate; WANT TO STOP? AI Young'sSince full baths. Encl. garage, scrod porch,'

I For $125 ((25.words), your ad will go Into small and large kitchenware, lots of good 8/02 $1450 OBO. 964-4992.. THAT'S OURS 1957 i f.nc'd backyard. CB home. bldg.
Itpd Alcoholics Storage
56 Florida newspapers (dallies and what-nott, TV and much more. Itpd Anonymous
t weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 8/02 1911 FORD FAIRMONTi Station wagon. 964-4150-964-4894-964-5434 964.6918 I Pav'd driveway. Nicely landscaped

readers Make that money work for 2 FAMILY GARAGE SALEt Furniture; twin Luggage rack AC; power steering and AlANON ..........>.
3 Miles north of
brakes. Cruise control.
you.. .Sell the FCAN way. Call beds; sofa and choir; boy. and girls transmission, 6 eylinder7r'$2675 Automatic; / FAMILY 964-621 GROUP* ROOM TO ROAM I Till 2565 sq. ft. horn I located
964 6303, ask for Sylvia. Today. small and misc. 6 iittyuyyShop
appliances;
clothing; 7823307. Itchg 8/02 }o+ pd thru /16 on 3'/. Ac w/3 BR,1 BA ICH/A. B'e tHul panellingand
DON DELAY-CALL TODAY! Miles South of Starke on Hwy 301. Lak.
114 FORD TRUCK Short wheel base: attractive fireplace. SP 105000.
; LAWN NEED MOWING? Shrub need
house See
Hampton Oaks, l 1st on right. '
LAND FOR SALE signs. For Information call 468-1907 AC; AM/FM; Power Steeringslide; pruning. ? Phone 9644116. 7/26 2tpd & Compare!!, .230-A Beautiful 3 ac. High Dry with CI home

Itpd 8/02 glass window and much more 8500. 8/02 Special Insurance for w/1750 sq.ft.3 BR. 1 BA. I*. Lg.kitchen w/plenty of

TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Baby Items 7823945. Itchg 8/02 ,I; WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 5 day a Mobile Home Parks cabinet. SP $45.500.
THREE I ACRE LOTS on SR227Brook.r and maternity clothes. Other misc. Fri. GREAT SHAPE! '78 Chevette. 2 dr;, week. Call 964.8396.7/12 4tpd 8/02 'AlI types of home- QUIET LIVING 3 BR. 1% BA. located at 1320 Searing
Rd. $2,995. $300 down. $55 a month 81,000 miles AC At. AM, 2 tire.
ft Sat., 96. 61S Molten Terrace. Itpd new' BOOKKEEPING SERVICES Reasonable owners policies, for St. CI w/epprox. 1700 sq. ft. New "Keller"wIn.
964.5606.9/15 tfn 8/02 maroon coloring. Asking $2,000.; Call rate. Phone 964.8588.7/19 tfn dows. Come by for more detail
ONE ACRE lOT Facing Forsyth Rd. 964.4611 after 5:30 p.m. Itchg 8/02 SERVICE WATER PUMPS AND AIR CON. mobile homes.
CLOSE OUT CLOTHES. Chairs, guitar and THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on 10 Ac. of fenced -
3000. $400 down, and $70 month 1976 FORD DUMP TRUCK F700. 4000. Call for Quote *
DITIONERSt Electric Motor Co.,
lamps, dishes, lots more. 9644029. Dyke land. Grow your own "... on cleared t.S ac. 3
9645606. 1/12 tfn 964.4897: Itchg 8/02
This ft That Variety Store corner 16 For emergency service. Call Keystone Olin's Mobile BR. ,1Vt BA w/scrn'd back porch. Patio and Utility
NEW DEVELOPMENT 4 PLYMOUTH SCAMP '
: Approx. ac. and 301. Itpd 8/02 73: 2door. In good'condillo. Heights' 473-7706. 7/19 4tpd 8/09
lots. Paved streets, central water. $100 $600. cash 9647248. ream. 35000.
Itpd WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME 7823971.
CLOTHES AND SHOES FOR THE FAMILYtAll Home Sales
dn. $75/mo Owner financed 8/02 TWO STORY ANTIBELLUMr 425 Walnut lovely,
sizes also misc. Items. Fri. ft Sat., 7/26 3tpd 8/09
473-3454 3/29 tfn ; 1980 FIAT CONVERTIBLE Good .condition. spacious on approx. .1 Ac, 2-cor gar, many pecan
Elaine M., Olin
DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN SHIP Agent
94. Go 16 W, turn on 229 A, 3rd houseon ,
20 ONE ACRE lOTS in Pleasant Grave. Itpd 8/02 Take over payments; 1983 M.r. PACKAGES OVERNIGHTthru UPS or trees.. Estate settlement.

$3,500. $350 down approx. $65 p.r PORCH right.SALE Friday 9 tit 1. One cury Lynx In good condition. Take overpayments Bust Call Marl. at the Greyhound Bus 964.5606 PRETTY HOME IN lAWTEYi NW 75th Av. 2% Ac. SP

mo. Call 964-5606, 7/05 tfn Schwlnn girls bike AM/FM radio with ; 1980 Suzuki 550. For sole Station 964.6090. 7/26 3tchg 8/09 $43.500. Owner fin. 20% dn., 1)% for 15 ,n.

15 ACRES OF LAND: Back of Underwood cassette player; girls: clothes and two Inquire 9644818. Itpd 8/02 BABYSITTING IN MY HOMEi With lots of 1366-Home lokefront. .4 LOTS .....nt.Mimosa. Beautiful, wooded. In city

Motel. All or part. 9647184. Itpd 8/02 baby skate dolls, etc. 706 MacMahonSt. 197 FORD LTD till Tilt wheel power TLC. 9648407. tchg 8/02 on limit Only $ ,'00 *a. A rare offering.

ACRE LOTS FOR SALE at Pleasant Grove ., first brown block house on right steering and brakes, AC AM-FM radio- HOME-MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE Breezeway work.hop.dock. COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cozy, brick stucco on''

Subdivision. Septic tank Installed. $500 behind Cltgo service station. Itchg cassette; clean Inside' and out. $1675. Got a leak In the roof or hole In the boatw/motor, ridingmow.r. Rd. 230A. I BR, 1 BA. CHftA. Beautifully decorated.

down; $100 a month. Call 964.5606. 8/02 7823307. Itchg 8/02 floor? Your light doesn't work? You home Is furnished. SECLUDED, CHARMING: Only ,.. eld. 2-story. S

7/26 tfn FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 9-5. Three 1910 OLDS OMEGA Power steering ft need a lock on the door?W* fix all this Priced at $35.000.: BR,3/ BA, CH&A,'operate office city limit,fishpond
FIVE ACRES Beautifully wooded brake AC 69,000 mil... New tires.. D368-6., -Untt Efficiency
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families Children and adults clothing; and much more. August Special on on 7 acre. Have to see to believe $100,000.
homesite In Clay Cty. Belmore Creek $2350. 782-3307. 8/02 Apartment Rental. Room
shoes; lots more. Rain or shine. West Itchg Roof Coating. Free Estimates Coll -S3 ACRES BESSENT FLUME excellent owner
(near Gold Head State Park). 14000. 197 FORD FAIRMONT FUTURAl PS; PB;,, for expansion $73,000.
964.8961 after 12 8/02 8/23
Butler Rd. Itchg 8/02 noon. 4tpd financing will sell one acre, five acre or more
By owner 415.2197.7/26 4tchg 8/16 AC Cruise control roof.
; ; sun 2500. Terms.
JERRY'S ELECTRICAL Reasonable prices.
GARAGE SALE: $1.00. Antiques, GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 250' on US
Call 964-6558 after 5 p.m. Itchg 8/02 Free estimates 24-Hr. Service. 354-1 Ac. Ranchette. BR, .
dishwasher etc 301 W. Lafayette 301 x 120'. Join old Gulf station on 301 ft SR16.
1911 DATSUN 210: 5-speed; AC; AM-FM 468.1119 or 964-4093. 8/02 )1'4 BA Home. Mint condi
HOMES FOR SALE behind ERA Realty. Aug. 3 8 4. Itpd Hampton SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Ton-
radio new tires. condi
8/02 ; Engine great 4lchg 823SERVICE tion. $44.500.eCall .
nerear designed this handsome, 2-story cedar at
Color tion. Needs some body work. 9646095. WATER PUMPS AND AIR CON. 4
to
THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY! TV, see our
.' Country Club. 2SM ft. on 2 lot*. Beaut. Insul.
FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FE: 2 microwave, furniture, new tools tents, Itchg 8/02 DITIONERSI Dykes Electric Motor Co. bedroom 2 bath home on I sq.
BR, 1 BA. $29,500. Any reasonable of. household Items. 315 N. Clark St. Itpd For emergency service, 4737706. 21.6 ac. Priced at 63000.. I Fireplace' Only yrs.C ld. SP$175,000- mtg. $73,000at
"/ *. Mo. Pmt. $4f.'...
fer will be considered 964.5010. 3/08 8/02 Keystone Heights. 7/19 4tpd 8/09 Terms available.131Ntempl.Al. .
tfn BUSINESS BILL'S SAW SHOP '$1,000,000 VIEW FOR ''''.0001 Truly magnificent
ONE MILE WEST OF LAWTEY OM 223 NW Complete sharpening
CEDAR HOME ON 4 PLUS ACRES 3 BR/2 15th Street. Drapes and bedspreads, OPPORTUNITIESOWN service, circular hand, carbide, chain residence. 20r on little Lake Santa Fe. 3.BR 3 '/

BA. CH8A. Fireplace Approx. 1400 sq. clothes of all sizes, nice toys, chairs, mower blade'' hollow ground and I A. 3.000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront.

ft. Priced to sell. 964.5691. 7/19 3tpd dishes and more misc. Fri. 8 Sat., 85. .'balanced leave at Jackson Building LAKE BROOKLYN: 1001 and beach.Ideal for leisure
8/09 YOUR OWN Jean-Sportswear, living. $47.000 of $21.IF ....
Styles by Gwendolyn. Itchg 8/02 Supply In Starke, Keystone Height or w/mtg .
4 BEDROOM HOME Large LR; large DR; SATURDAY til 2i Grlffls Loop. Second ladles Apparel Combination' ,Ace" Lake Butler. TFNchg THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE! '

kitchen with eat-in bar; lots of railroad track. Morgan. Itpd 8/02 cessorles, Large Size tore.. Notional JJP--!I GLASS CUT TO ORDER'Doors, windows Roomy 3 BR. 2 IA brick en 1.7 Ac. At Country Club,

cabinets; newly carpeted; painted and ,416,WESTUTAH, STREET 8day. lll I'1-: r< .... ..brand.Vord.rbllv: jordache, Izod, "'Chic, lee Brlttonla, Levi),.!'' *fijetc: UACKSON /BUILDING: SUPPlY-,> ,, I *IAKI'ACCESS! 14x70 MH on,1 A.. "*Crosby Lok '
decorated; large fenced yard..S33.50O,i Aug.ItchgBXpZ( .prlt; EE 964'607.1iOrdlrl'ltll.o..tar..n' in iakejButlef .. J.i. Shore*(100W( ). 3 BR, 2 BA w/dllt..ptk.12s24.

will consider holding small 2nd more M&VING 5"LI/s<*.Mug. 4. r'V y r IV VpF4w a "'Pleone'Cohk,4fcMryx6.rgidxaVdemB, Cloiborne. Members' Only.SVolI'JIiIII; 96'3079. and Keystone7HelghtsT4734973. llorfce.'M: 1 1:07): ''J?; ed. SP $31.000. *--- -.- -_. *

tgag. Call 4623998. 7/264tchg 8/16 n ture, 2 ACs, W/D dishes, many misc. 2/26 tfn STROUT NICE ACREAGE Great prke-20 plus' acre. located
3 BR, IV4 BATH CB HOME Organically Grown Healthtex 700 I
town. Carport Items. 926 W. Euclid St. 8/02
Itpd
others. $7,900 to $24,900 inventory Subscribe Today I lM on Morgan Rd. 3 well' 2 Coptic tank, small barn
central heat 314 N. Water St, GARAGE SALE Three family sale. 1025 REALTY
airfare, fixtures, grand : and toolshed. Can be divided. $27.000 each or
$35.000. Negotiable. 7/26 2tpd 8/02 West Madison St. Aug. 3 C 4. From 10 training opena BRADFORD COUNTY, MccFoeAToMOKM' ,
Ing, etc Can 15 day. Mr. Larson $50.000 for all.
423 NORTH BROADWAY STREETCHBA open '
a.m. tit S Itpd 8/02 \ TELEGRAPH
3 bedrooms.. 2 baths Enclosed garage FRIDAY AND p.m.SATURDAY 94. Baby ((612)) 883-6555. Itpd 8/02 64-BMI 473-309 PLENTY OF TREES This lot at Hampton. Oaks I* .
964-6305 tarrlfic buy at only $ .oool
11'/% assumable
mortgage. Walking children, students and womens .
distance to schools $35,000. Call clothing. Good school shopping. I/ ; LOOKING REDUCED TO $3 ,900-442 N. Walnut St. Approx.

964.6919 after 5 p.m. 8/02 :2tpd 8/09 Household Items. Any and everything. FOR BEST COMPOUND? 2Lfb! ft.._ 3 I.. 2 IA Spacious family room

HOUSE FOR SALE Very large lot. central Corner of Ch.rry and Jefferson. Itchg ,Fort Wilderness -709 W. CALL, STi Only 135.0001 Beautifully ape

heat/air, 2 BR, 1 BA. Wall to wall e pointed 2 BR super living end dining room Plus 2

carpet washer/dryer stove and garbage WANTEDAXLES Campground enclosed. porches Cosy kitchen Separate garage.

disposal Near City Park. Sun Paul's w'r_ NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BtlCKiOn 3'/ Ac. located
porch and fireplace. Call 964.7236 for Shoal Creek Rd.4 Ml. S. Robert Rd. off Rd. 16.3 BR, 2 BA. OtBA.Carped:
appointment 8/02 8/09 ft TIRES Two axles and four tires.Highest of US
2tchg Cherokee, on 441 METICULOUS DESIGN 8 CONSTRUCTION Brand
THIS COULD BE YOUR RETIREMENT price paid. Green's Welding Custom Archery *Complete Facilities//' *Shady Sires new VA. FHA ft Conv.terms. 3 BR.2 IA w/cethedral
301
HOME: Panacea Fla. 30 minutes to Shop South Starke, FL. 9645007. HeoredPool "lit Store And Laundry |
11/03 tfnchg / *; reline fireplace, skylight fen. $...100.

near Tallahassee.Gulf Borders wildlife beach refuge AXLES ft TIRES For mobile home*. Olln's. { Moral ft Chuck! Wells Pal ft Buster Blakely TO SEE IT IS TO LOVI ITt Charming nearly new

bridge, fine restaurants.marina $39,900., fishing Mobile Home Sol... Call 9645606. Complete Equipment P.O. Box 157 Cherokee, N.C.2.B7H brick BR, 2 BA home on 1%Ac.Near Country Club..
((904)) _
Phone ((704)) 497-9331 Great FR fireplace scrod
perch IBM heated S.P
222.8199 POSITION DESIRED > ,
weekdays, ((904)) 670-8040 Preferably part- Soles
evenings weekends Three bedrooms, time. Secretary stenographer Call 533.2648 or 782.3722 $ 3.000. Assum. mfg appr. $3972.

2 baths, glassed In porch, appliances clerical typing ((80 CWPM), filing, ex- 'Custom Fletching i"f\'4 I For Local Information BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean S yr.- old 2BR
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8/02 FCAN. perlence Include* legal medical l D: .; ", BA. CH/A. Double carport en 3 A..

engineering. Insurance, etc. 473.3457 Precision Tuning -WNow Gffmf_,,__ Annmlmal,, ._..ww.Janet' '.'_...

alter 12 noon..7/26 2tpd 8/02 & Much. Much Morel) ...",?. IAvf.ciuriAwH4..7'" "V/NOaA./.HI.*M.7rIUACOONYM4.4IJ .
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Be that accomplished bow hunter StarlingRealtor MVlJHUUrM45-ll43. I WAVNfOOUCiAltM-, *. ]*)
ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.: A dream come true Is |usf a phone JOMNlAMOFOM04.I2flLONGCHAMP

it call away, Day or night till )0 P.M. Moving I

Selling Household
RealtorFormerly j Antique, Shop 8Equipment I e2'1s'Ac. Sl.OOOdn. i
533.2919 ;." Item 3 Ac. $2.000 '
: HOMES"INC.
FAULKNER REALTY : Date Saturday S A..Well'& optie'S3,300' .

Aug. 11 -10 A.M... dn.
c&cMiniStorage Y.D"1' STATELY OLDER HOME-2J
964-5065 : location S MI. Southof front porches, beautiful. I .

., goo 0 <;7. Stark. On U.S.,301 shady'i. lot,. fruit""trees, 61 -Itarke'. Florida
221 Lafay.tt. St. Across from Wlshbon. i ,(Look for Auction Sign) pecan trees 'and shop. I .r' I.
.'; 3 Brick Hot7s345AE,00.
Mon. Frf. 8:30 5:30 Jim Campen'i ,! Bedroom.. V/ ,
a.m. to p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. 12 noon Hwy 301'South-Stark. '
% MJ S. of Shopping Center .?.. :1) ,Residence QUIET 1 SETTING..! '!.* Bath;,CHI Ai; Carport; Utility. Room 1

SIX ACRE FARMETTE: Good for development on Hwy 16 Close to prison.' : arMrn yourtrucktroileren's Horn w/12x36, family] ., ))"petl.na.

*MADISON STREET: 3 BR, 2 BA home. Extras) large corner lot. Fenced Bring room Screened porch,ft I On Your, Lot

FIVE ACRES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS area-Only $13.000. Terms. ,: ": 9646020Plumbing : i; gotta go I of double' car; garage!; )

2 BR, ONE ACRE IN COUNTRY: Owner motivated to sell Priced at only $16,500: : Terms Full payment 37750. .I Starting, ,
CONNERLY : Auction time, .14:.. 1 I '
ESTATES; lot for tale. .9utl!

DOUBUWIDE: Immaculate. lots of floor space" Nice\\ Ac. lot In country. :, elt.m. Include ,mp. ure.Ft. 3 j $33,800B

S ACRES WITH :2 BR MOBILE HOME: 18000. Terms available ', '\/;:'. Household Items-- wells S 2 culvert. ,$17501 .
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SMALL FARMS: 8.' and 10 Ac. with M/H. Priced to sell : ? Choirs, tables, bed, Ac, DIHerent Pfame ol Flnencln

, DREAM HOME on approx. 3/4 acre with'.2 BR; 1 BA frame home. Dug pond,f.nced'1., : Do.lt.You".If. And Sav. :'.; 1 L__ dressers w/mlrrors, 'Interest Sjertlne et"'UtI""I
Owner'' matching bedside tables, ,((904)) Also I hCIV*lots Per- .
financing ., 11: ;: 782-3931, Aereoye Sal
RISING ROAD 35 acres, priced fight. .' : ,.., $ Y !1'J,:". 'Iron' (chair','and blanket r.O..D a.r'O\, 'Mlonnatlon. 4
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HWY 301 N: 4 VS Acres.. : 1 stands,, glassware$ 301 S.'lawtey' 'Cell.. .

BEAUTIFUL 2-STORY HOUSE. 4 BR,.2 BA(Jan'42'A Ac.:Only :3 mill from /town. :V. Supplies dishes; Dlcycles, .motorCycle .

NICE LITTLE COUNTRY GROCERY AND GAS business Reported good Income. : : map/blueprint

*4 BR. 2 BA On 1.96 Ac, with workshop. Nice pecan Ir_.. Only $43,000.: ,. ." file,.Christmas tree ((6').
A ACRES: Nice 301 Hwy. frontage lawtey Oreo. : 0 ,. 'i";" \i',*-: 4: FromDurrance. 't ''handmade'toys) hand >arpet (Any rd)

*ONE ACRE WITH LARGE C/B Home Hwy 301 N. *,'. t","* t1.: .''.'\, ((7". '". ': "' made rocking ;I horses, $1495.cht

*LAWTEY!: AREA: 107 acr.s. Good Owner financing ".' cradles, ...t.r.oomal.., Cleaning: aX :
*NICE BUILDING LOT In Club ,' old clock on ped..tal..I.ctrlc .
: Country area. Over I Ac, ? ; ,1' .,y.'r, : '
199 FT. ON MADISON STREET) With 2-Unlt office building., ., '" <- ;". Pump&Supply trains,.Antiques (401sep Stf ExtrMtton. .It Also AYI11.Nel) '
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""' Oak. ,top. desk) oak" "
*BROWNIES ROAD: Large building lot. ;; >. ,' .'''' '
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$14.500 BR BA i?" "' }' : :: ::7: table (round), :'oak' sewing ,, (! : ). ...
*PREVIOUS JEHOVA WITNESS CHURCH building. ) : ,,.' \,. "

and*'/,waLr-on to 10 ACRES property.'I with over 500* f frontage! on Hwy 301 N. !In city. Ha; ei.ct.r| ,s.wr" : U.S."301 N.-f161 N. Temple [' 964-7061 table basket w/4 chairs, oak,,,hutch dining, ,Carpet Dyed(9x12); ( ) ,:to ,,."' r.1 (, hlf'IJ .',,.1-.,> 'I.!.'1:

Sforke,Florida '
ed.* RAIFORD: Older frame home on approx. 3 acres with barn. Price.has been/reduc-' :, .. ,, ,oak bed chairs brass ,bed'twlm depres' size' _Furniture' Cleaned\M\ & 0* rg'w')' ; . : ,
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*MORGAN *;.r, *a, '. : : 'siort gloss, trains Shop 8 ''Not' Delighted' ,, Don't'Pay'' i
ROAD! 18V4 Acre with older fix-up C/B house. 4 t: I Good pJics! ir

ocr.*47''IIonl"9.ACRES AND OLDER. FRAME" HOME cm"Hwy.329. lots.,of highway ,frontage, One. d: J:. "" I ForW...rH.et.r. electric Building: ; Suppll Item.,*-rAl.c used:; I 'Serving'Bradford ':A Union Co.. and"surnumiiAfi.amat.. : :

*' LARGE NICE 3 BR2 i'cil home on Church Si..Can be purchased with 3 extra) tets : I -t: :J Wot.rPump$4And << doors,'',assorted lumber* Florida Carpet:
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EIF.TARTING COUPLf ,*lenpy /) WESSON MODEL 3944r'ijMACNUMt ; u ,.| .. ..,. ." ..b,1',,.. Wi'.fofrjTYPEWRITERS ; .I..J.i ,,'. ,
MANAGEMENT poeltipQ.in {" ; Shoulder hosier and, two r ." ." '
i f1OME$ FOR RENT Good stortlno.t solaryl Jyl,?BR opKlneluded. "' Moses. $393;'Call 964rTO15''oHet 6 p.m. : f FOR ENr1'" ," ;,; ::' ,, "f :":, "1'1F"'I"'D
MOFES : ,. ; House Ins. Flam availably( Additional 'V)'J tnH B/07 .,j'I\ ', I, ,

'fringe benefits. Call 1-466-3334 fl 'FT. DIPLOMAT MOTORHOMEt Ex AND ADDING DOG LoST OR XTOCEN, ,on Sunday July
.i' .. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK for interview 7/03 tfn llc.lI.nt condition. Coll 964-6019 or MACHINES FOR RENT Union 29, at lake Crosby Large red caille-
SKYLINE ,MOBILE HOME/ CENTER Hwy Mobile, homes and spaces for rent. EXPERIENCED HAIR pRESSERSalary .7461. Itchg 8/02 Times, 150 Main Street lake Bull' '1'type mixed breed female, recently
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301 .N. Stark.: 944-4414 or 96+..778. Recreational vehicles welcome.. Phone guaranteed. Taking applications at FARMAll TRACTORi Completely'rebuilt. Phon. 496-226t for Information TFN clipped wearing heavy blue nylon col
,\ Com out and check out the bargains 468.2912.9/16 tfn Sandl's Hair Works, SR 21 between Some equipment. And cattle 41OFFICI lar. Return or Information pl.oa..coll
Talk to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for a gnat MOBILE HOMES FOR, RENT: One mile Keystone and Melrose. 473-2140. 7/12 '' ldes, fit. long or short wheel base SPACI AND MINI 964-8285 evenings after 7 p.m. 6*mornings
daal. For more Information call Roy from Starke city limits. Clean. Hwy. 16'W. tfn plckup. Con be seen at 636 W. Madison WAREHOUSES For rent next to lake until 7:13 q.m. Reward, llehrg
Wells after 5 PM. 964-5251. 4/26 tfrt Call 468.1323..10/07 tin. SECRETARY WANTED Type 70 wpm; use St. or Call 964-40O4 Itchg 8/02 Butler Apartment's. Call 4963939days ./2 t
\ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Hahdylnpn Special l CLEAN MOBILE HOMES far rent; On Dictaphone; general office work; flexible YOUNG REGISTERED BRAMOUSINt Bull. or 462-1595 evenings.MOVINCEVERYTHING .t.o..chq "
12x60 ,Champion., No/hlflLdown' and Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call and confidential', Bring resume' to,,,'oVjjiBred Limousine COws. 9646411. 8/02 J I FOR SALE '' '
$35 month, Needs kitchen 473.7560: ; others from$67.95 6/288tpd STUDIO APARTMENTI'W..kly., monthly;> West Madison St. 1 Itchg 8/02 '".;rt{ /;,:,2 ,000 BTU WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER '
8/16 "' rotes Palms Aparlmentl2314\ N. T.m.1\ RESPONSIBLE PERSON WANTED t'o"worfej;.&;:.'One year old; one 50,000 BTU Selgler TWO BOATS, ski bout and fishing
1983: SKYLINE 28'l<48.'Cen:>ro'l 1 KeatVali'. 3 ;?.pl.'Av.i7/28ffn '!, with and feed dog. Col). 483-1174' forappointment. >!;'(,,",,space ,heater w/2-speed blower and MUST GO boet. Reasonably. priced.. Call4e2842. '
BR, 2 BA. Take av. payments. No' BRIGHT" SUNNY ROOM With bath. Op.'ipOI Itchg 8/02 ', :3.1" thermostat. One Toro 5 hp riding lawnmower Couches, chair, end-tables, dresser, Itpd 1/2 ,
puny 4682372. Colt attar 6 p.m. (itch It. Stark. Post Office.. Must see to/ IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR AUTO"MECHANIC ,, '''.' in good condition?, Call chests, stove, barstool, stereo FURNITURE hide-a-bed, couch'' and
'8/02.. '* "' appreciate Affordable rates. and Ports Dept. Starke 964-8650. 8/02 2l ;hg 8/09 washer sewing machineYou all chair, nice, $150, double bed $75;
"im.FlEETWOOb: 14x70rc,2 baths. Excellent ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH Chrysler-Plymouth Inquire' In. person,[., tTCREOt $40! Baby crib. $25; Early come to Worthington Springs to the dinette$25 single bed$10,, Powell's''.
condition. Pick-up payments, Swimming pool. Maid!' service, tchg 802FEDERAL American chest, $50. 964-7076 after 5. Handy Way and f look, for sign.I Sat. 496.3377Itpd 8/2
$243 per< Vno. .N& DOWN PAYMENT.Just linens Included Restaurant and lounge,,, STATS CIVIL SERVICE JOBS Itpd 802CITATION 800500.1chg: 8/2 MAGIC CHIEF GAS STOVI Good cond,
good credit. ..jOlln'i Mobile.:Home, on premises., Utilities Included. '' now available In your armor Call '., CHEST TYPE FREEZER 20.3 cu. ANOTHER GIGANTIC SALE- At the $100. Phone 431-1933. l'-chg 8/2 .
Sol... Stark, FL Hwy OOW.. 7/19 tfn $300/ma. Free parking. Eeono Lodge of,' 1-6.19-569-8304 for info. 24 hours; 8/02 ft. $250. 782.3376 alter 6 p.m 11pd Bargain Thrift. Aug. 3...?. turn, by 1979 LIBERTY MOBIL HOME 14 X 54 2
.12x60( ( WITH EXPANDOt Living{ room! fully Starke, 9647600. 3/03: tfn ;, 3tpd 8/16 8/02 Clark's Meat Market come to the BDRM, 1 BH, central air, front kit
furnished; 'roli.h.otI.Olr 2 BR, 2 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2' CRUISE SHIP JOBS) Great Income patential. : 'FROZEN FOOD CASE Slushl.! machine, Bargain Thrift on the right. 1-pd" 8/2 then $6500. Phone 496-3785. 1-tbfl
4 5 ",BA with fireplace; washing machine BA apt For'mor. Information call Lake/; all occupations. For Information. Coke machine, live bait tub w/screens, 8/2 '
and much more Ort.'Vi Acr.lot'wlfhf' Butler AptS.. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity call ((312)) 742-8620 ext. 362. 8/02 4tpd dlpnet other pieces. Neg. Will sell one MISCELLANEOUS 1979 CHEVY CONVERSION VAN On.
septic tank and central water. 18000. Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 4 8/23 or all. Call 9644029. 8/02 2tpd 8/09 owner, power'' steering, air loaded.
'Owner will finance* i Bolancn with $4,000 down. No qualifying large Heights, $55 month. Across from lake* Area Applications are now being Good condition. Also baby bed. REDUCE SAFE AND FAST With GoBese p.m, 1-chg 82MISCELLANEOUSi
discount for cash 473.2317.7/26,2tchg Geneva: 4737560. 6/28 8tpd 8/16 : taken for Times-Union morning paper 9648816. Itpd 8/02 Capsules and E.Vap'"Water: Pills".
8/02 .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile home. 2 BR, route Applicants must b. able to post 1912 VIKING POP-UP CAMPERi Sleeps Available at Andrews Drugs 255 W. RefrigeratorsSears
Across famak..* Geneva IS5/mo. cash bond have reliable Main St. 2-pd 7/26-8/2 Cold Spot$83;.Kelvlnator Model 761 R,
TWO MOBILE" HOMES FOR= $ALlE ::2 a transportation Air range, sink awning, jacks. In
bedrooms central Furnlshed/Unf urniahed. 473-7560.6/28 and a telephone. Colt 964-3165. good shape. ,,$2,000 Call 7823090. FREE KITTENS TO A GOOD HOME $140; Electric ftanges-Westlnghouse,
; air;, new carpet;,
12x50 bedroom an 'each'! end. 12x60. Btpd 816FURNISHED This Is an Ideal supplemental Incomefor Itchg 8/02 Males and females, solids and strips, $50; O.E, $80; Sears, avocado. $130;
468.1493.8/02 2tpd 8/09 1 BR DUPLEXI) Nice with' a housewife, retirement coupler ATC HONDA 200) 3 months old. Elec. Call evenings 4962652:1chg 8/2 Washing machlne-G.E. $50; lounge
'", prlvpte yard and drive, No children; no """ ,,chair: ,.beige fur, excellent cond.v$75.
1977 14x64 MANATEE MOBILE HOMEl 9' ; teacher etc. Excellent, profits Itchg. start and reverse, .1500. 9648351. '
BR.2 BA. CH&A. Stove and refrigerator pet.. Please: 964-S464.' 7/J9' sin, '.,, 8/02. i\ t 8/02 2tchg 8/09 INSURANCE Call after 9 p.m. Ralford.. 431 rl 200.
Included. 964-7I97.,74264tchg\ : 8/09 SMALL RESTAURANT For Lease. SECRETARY .FOR REAL ESTATE OFFICE :KENMORE ELECTRIC RANGES, Self- 7/26 tg8/02
ONE WEEK SPECIAL .24x48 Skylines 2' 964.718.4. Itpd 8/02 Requiring good skills and dependabili' cleaning. Excellent condition. j*
BR, 2 BA. ,Plywood floors; metal lap MOBILE' HOMES 2 BR New carpet, ;: ty. Real Estate license helpful but not ''9645032. tpd 8/02 ,' MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. HELP WANTED.
Lake lake Butler 496-3978. .
drapes AC, located on private area. ; Call Mr. 9645065.' Starke Avenue ,
siding;; shingle rood; 12' overhang;; / necessary. Tiffin. COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to '
delivered ft set-up free. $19,900. Griff Loop. .468-2374 after 6. 7/26 Itchg 8/02 Truck Stop south of Stark. 9648212. Complete Insurance Service. TFN, PROCESS MAIL 'AT HOMEl ,$73.00 per
i SKYLINE HOME CENTER, NC. Hwy,301 2tchg (802'FURNISHED: '.1'.",.(.11/24 tfn """" hundred!, No Experience Part or full
North, 964-4144 or 964-4778. /o2 APARTMENT Equipped, for ,FOR SALE ':' ',,. ,,MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Windows ft REAL ESTATE time Start,, Immediately.' ONE WEEK SPECIAL 24x$6 Skyllnet'3BR. two adults. Air cond stove and doors, plumbing and eleC. supplies; \ "send ,self-addressed stampedenvelopeto
refrigerator. .On,301 South of..Starke., CENTER, 1 C.R.I.6092. P.O. box
2 BA. Plywood floors; great room; also furniture BARGAIN LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OP
deluxe furniture; delivered & setup 964-7589. Itchg 8/02 BRADFORD LIMEROCK I SALES 7823172.\ i mile South of Starke. 3/01'tfn PROPERTY? If I don't have It, I'll findIt 3149, Stuart, Ft( .-pd 7/19-8/9
'fr... $23.900SKYLINE HOME CENTER, HOUSE ON KINGSLEY LAKE. 'Call Lawt.v.2/2311n 'I y(I:ROOF COATING SALE 5 gol. aluminum Just ask JANE S. USHER; GOVERNMENT JOBS Thousands of
j INC., Hwy 301 North, 964-4144 or 5332433.,. 8/02 tfn SIMCO SADDLE For pleasure riding.' $30; white acrylic, $35. Save Even REALTOR. 496-2126 or,' 4962903. vacancies must be filled Immediate
9644778. Itehg 8/02 6 ROOM AND BATH FURN. APARTMENT, Beautiful markings, Used a few times,.:.y More I Call for free estimate. W.apply eves. "Your Union County Realtor," ly. $ 7.t.34. to 50112. Call
ONE WEEK SPECIAL 24x4S Seotti 3 BR, 2 Central heat; Has "'C. $200 mth. plus Very good condition. ,.Looks like ,., .w".rl.;!,:' roof coatings Clean and Install gutters 8/04 tin 716-882-2900, Ex<. '31032. 2-r-pd
BA. Plywood floors; hardboard siding; $75 sec! dep. No pets. 964-8071, Itchg $220. 964-7312: 6/28 tfn and pr.llur.cI.on. Call 964-8961 alter 76.89 .
delivered & set-up free $14,900. 8/02 FOUR CHICKEN BARNS 30 ft. x 500 ft, ,' 4 p.m. 7/12 4tchg 8/02 PERSONAL SERVICES GROUND FLOOR OPPORTUNITY
SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.. Hwy. 301 FURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT; livingRm. Equipment, tanks fans etc. :CoH. H'FT, SLIDE-IN' CAMPERt Self- DISTRIBUTORS, WANTED National
'North, 964-4 1.... or 9 -4778. 1tchg 8/02. ., klt henet ., bath. No children or 964.7893.7/19 4tchg 8/09 /?/ ',contained. A/C, gas or 'electric manufacturer of steel frame homes
Hwy.! 16W, 964-5033 Itchfl 8/02 Refrigerators-Sears ':' DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK '
pets MISCELLANEOUS ;' ;refrigerator, furnace, hot 'water I I. seeking representatives for
FOR SALE" OR RENT ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS and One'2 Cold Spot, $85 Kelvlnatof, Model 761R/V heater; $1800. Call 964-6278. 7/19 3tpd Package deal; wells drilled water selected areas to market hottest Idea;
of
BR House, In town. ,Call 964.4048. or' $140; Electric ranges-Westlnghouse BV OWNER 2 waterfront lake lots pumps, new Installation septic In homebulldlng., law co.t..energy.
964.5142.1chg 8/02 $SO, 'G.!.. $80 'Sears Avocado, '$130; 'located 'on George's Lake' In tanks, drain fields and lift stations, efficient, single ,and multi-family
,BUILDING fOR SALE OR RENT Will 1 nUo EFFICIENCY APARTMENTSi Furnished for washing machlne-G.E $50; Lounge Fl raham.. Virgin land. Must sell. Call Mobil horn poles available. All designs and a complete line of metal
v, build for tenant. Also, will invest. 301 & $145 a month.' Call TIN In 8 Owens, Inc, Chair", beige fur, .excel), cond.; $75. J( ',".(964-5630."Itchg' 8/02 'work 'guaranteed call Tommy Donman ,,buildings, Proven concept, Dealer
Rt. 18. 6 rhlles $;,of Stark '/!> refundable .
Tree
NETTLES TREE SERVICE removal
8/09 'f" 'ONE BEDROOM HOUSE Clean, nice, 7/26 2tchg 8102VICTORIAN :y;;%Yamaha' dirt bike, $200; Shure M.68 P and Investment required. For com
Also firewood oak
BUILDING FOR SALE''OR RENT 14x64. quiet. ; FuVn/Unfurn.. Hampton I OAK FURNITURE ,s 'Microphone. Mixer $100. 964-5445, and pruning. plete Information call Mr. Bruce 0'
Will build fortenant.'Home :2 fc. Will $125/mfh.':"'-drinking. Prefer older Glassware; 'and brae Good used fur. DRYER FOR SALE $50: Air Hockey table, pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles' 1-I0o-.433.6556. 2tpd 1/2 to .19 "
Invest. Rt. 301,:and 18,'6' mites S. ofStork. couple.; 1-373.8566.1/12"tch9 8/02 niture. Wilson Antiques., 3'/i miles,on $30; lots pf misc. items.964-6257.1 tchg< 496.3823: ufn 12/22 GOVERNMENT JOBS"$"."9 through\
.. See Tony'o : 11,0' $.K. INDUSTRIAL. AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS,, 'South 301. 7/19'4tchg B09'r S30. _/vear.. Now IIJ,.ina.. Your
1.811-689,8011., .. 04lchgo8'l.16, 'AND EQUIPMENTI) Backhoe motors, 40 ACRE FARM High 8 Dry) HoW In area Call 05-87-000( Eat R-IIW.
,, ,tractor*, 'mowers, box: blades, tillers, cultivation}'Half In woodland with spring tIthQ .4tpd 1/2 to B/30 '
plows.disc/ trailers, and MORE. B & K fed creek. Fruit trees. MH lot with ,Sieve Broadway 'NEED STEADY RELIABLE PERSON for
1 Subs cr1be'V RENTALS," ,Waldo Flea Market, hook-ops.'3 BR." house' ; 964.85487/26' I Lake Area work In Worthington Springs area.
468.2255.7/26 4tchg 8/16 2tpd 8/02 .NISSAN. TREE SERVICE Nonsmoker, Apply In person at the
Lecanto' Tofu Shop, Elile Chapel
d Imported Auto Service
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Removal
I I Road. Phone'496-3714 or'4963698.WANTED .
TERRY'S Factory'Trained Mechanics All Work Guaranteed Trimming -I ," ', '

Lawn Care, Service=\ .75-10A2.Hw.26-M.lro.. Stump Removal .
,1,1t Service Mobile Phone 475-44SO
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mergency .
t TERRY i: BLAKESIEEJoJ Gator &:Q' Tune-Up to Major Engirt.Work Firewood ,
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v '01'U tAet4-re'M o'Sx 'r .u'' 'izIs1C ''' Di rt Wor.kS'f; a ae'9 '._, r '" furnished>'Int-loke-.'Buller tCall:Dry"'_' '
: Elea .-. ."" eels I: .(watt .....ti.oooru t ,,,, :I t' 1 ,. :'413-..73" v f' Marvin-Johnson'8132940459.2rpd' ''
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t b. r 1 ? Over Channels, After 5'P.M. 8/5-12/84
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.' '. Trimming;* Mowing Edging 'rt CARLSONHome Jobs Overseas Big money fasi.$20.XX. : ( '
'e Grasp Removal Garden TillingHigh I 11 Keystone Heights to 950,000 'plo* per year. 'Call
Grads and Weeds Mowed Grading "Bulldozing I Satellite S.t.m..lnc. Licensed Insured 1-2)6.433-3000, Ext; 24018. 2..pd
Fill Dirt HwyIOOW.Ke.tonelfelght.: 72682CONCRETE
Lot Clearing
.e Leaves \Deorif Vacuumed (904)4732666Freedom
Beach Dirt
i Lawn De-Thatching A Sweepings .' Backhoe of Choice .I. .1
'HorW 6 niche Dug to 6 ft.deep .Roads Built Pond DUG = :
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e Parking Lot and Drlve'wayi Cleaned \ Home'for"Sale lit TQQQ" ,'.'1'"''",\ ,,
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'light Landscaping Done 0 Free EstimatesTim > ,

>e Yards&Driveways FUledjtnd Leveled Murrhee 473-4175; Owner Financing to Qualified. Buyer ...... i We. Deliver. ,I< ., .

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964-8063 or 964-6427 v ", ,' "." ', ,
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Features Brick. Bedroom Home -2
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BeildanHal, Both Family Room double carport, inside 1 ,/*' ,1/2 yd. ,,,1,3/4yd.1-, ';! J.\ *f<*\ 'jh' s
SMALL BACK HOE WORK ,
Commercial: 1 ,,/ > ,' ;vj AI J'
utility roam. CH/A. Fenced reqr yard, f.'''" .\. 'f' ,
w/utility, building. 2400 total square feet. 473-7655 Open, 6,Days.a Week "..'; s1., < :: ,-

Location: 160 NE9th. Avenue Lake .i' '/ i '

Butler. Hwy. 100 West Keystone.rtefehts: ,

Real Estate. .,..The Largest and: Best'' Call 496-2948 or 694-6610 (Ocala)

Residence of Bernice Holmes I sr.ara..a

investment. You' Will' .Ever. Make- FLRIL' ANDREAITY NETTLES .
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FORSALE:

*HOMES WITH ACREAGE.............OUT OF ;TOWN* TREE
FOREST'A'PARTMEIITS
_3 Bedroom Home" PIUS 3 Acres. This home I. a picture of Country LI ln.'.'Finished Inside with REAL "In., PINE '964-7780. ,SERVICE,
,Pon.lingrgroded road no traffic s: located approximately 3 miles from' Bradford-Union County line. ,
S 3Jl.droom Home) >LUST/i,'AtVen This concrete block home located right off. SR 121;halfway between Lake 393 N.''Temple. Ave e Tree removals
'Butler and Ralferd.' FmHA'will help finance to. qualified Buyer, Vernle P. Odom e Also pruning, demoss- .
.3 Bedroom Home PIUS..I Acre.This newly decorated home located near Worthington Springs, also, has shop Broker-GR// ing.
.In backyoretf.Jd for HOME! BUSINESS Present mortgage may be assumed with proper down payment, FIREWOOD'
(lARGI kitchen special feature every woman's dream) > OWNER ANXIOUSTO Oak < Pine
.3 Bedroom Home PLUS 1 Acre located,near Providence, Country home.'Owner will l finance'with small 1-2 fi 3 Bedroom Apts Sill' ,e tree Delivery'
down payment: Priced Right. PRICED RIGHTS 'Assum. e Licensed S Insured
-3 Bedroom Home PIUS S Acres like new .;stucco-type home en country road In rolling area of Providence, 'From 1150" to 297M i 1 '110" mtg. FR, 3 BR. 2 BA, Quality WorkThomas : '
Has W/W carper,1)Cent.,H2 full! baths,fireplace: stove and refrigerator, Present mortgage can .be assum., CHSA.' : Near school. D. Nettle
ea"with proper down payment' STAITERH0t,41 Ow .r. 4963823Captain
,3 Bedroom Home PLUS 12 Acres. Ideal for. small farmer.. Has concrete facilities en properly, could be used .if8R: CH ft A. Saratoga

for vldence., ,hog ,operation'J l" ; (House" *'situatedon on.high, hill!pretty country view Is!. special: feature.. ;) Located In Pro. ]!12 & 3 Bedroom, Available! Mow]J J"t Heights. LET US SHOW' YOU


HOMES" WITH. ACREAGE..,,.....IN TOWN* SOMIINVESTMENT"PROPERTY. B*

.Beautiful'Executive Brick Home with Acreage...This large home on Main Street, Is In SUPER LOCATION for Commercial: Professional Business.;or Income Producing Property. In addition to Residential. Over 3,000 sq.ft. ; rent port.. [ BDIMING MaiMtf '' ,
4 .,this propert, ;ljonls' I streets for,easy' excess, ((4,fireplaces Is one of the many many special foc "r...) TAKE YOU CHOICE "I :
Custom Built :3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home PIUS I Acre. Located In very attractive neighborhood this horn has .t 1/a 1530 W. Madison, -Lotss Ac. to IV 110' Ac ROOM

beautiful fireplace2.; living roams with divider,W/W. Carpet Cent. H/A formal dining room.,\Also dbl. $500 dn.. mtg. I2X,' ,SUPERVISION'Captain'DB "
garagesmell grenhoue.2'/. blocks to' Hospital. '. ;HI&U951RB Phone N4431ZEPP .181,, 'Af' land Near. ,. '- -
.Extra-Largs' Home-Corner Property, with 1- Acre( Beautifully i decora..d. this home has extra large reams, .."m Grohom, Good ,hunting 4' ..Tha 'rtlghi
t p i: ,large'(orrWyiifeplaee i game room. also has swimming pool.An executive-type home end the Price Is Right. woods. volume fast Seafood Restaurant .

t I .:# Must .See;i"Owner will help In financing ? -? .. ,,In ?,U.8X '
I-1\fi', O"re\irv3rM >*:yJ*l( wi;CooWr let PLUS 2 Acres',Main St. Ownet will help In financing for this excellent buy ,We'ire now Interviewing tot i'IDEAL far 10.1 1eeCr> Professional'Commercial, er income Producing Property; Price/educed.;,Don't overlook' main gemen1 positIon'

1 ?.!this Investnjertf* '$, 'Jjf ',., ; v-' ; :I I. and AssociatesLocated which 1&1.i big reason>> we ve
..0'ca.it'IISwry' !' \ me'\i! "Blocks from Lake end 2 blorkefrom'Main St. Over 2.000q:'ft., carpet,new cent, 7 grown from iaurant In 1969 .
t H/A .Needs .Tjl I .ipwn.r will. finance! with' proper down payment to .."alltloaue,".,, yer., J.tics. ; ; to over 460 .In 1984J A Dlnlna
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Lake.. Woman 8 SR'1 Worthington Springs ;\, :
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YARD SALE YARD SALE. ,. JAOJUU5JHQMES, ,. FOR SALE
Keystone Heights Ads .. ,
SALE August. ; m.-4 ton SALE BY OWNER Furnished, 2BR MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2 811 on 3!: pens.
3-4,9 :
MOVING SALE clothes,, $1 a'ogklt.:" ;, ESTATI : a p.m. '/. lot, 12 27 r.f."ced r.
furniture mobil.hom. on acre x In Oak Forest, partially cleared, lot
Household Incfudlna EthanAllon
chen utensils, and mon ,mor.. .
toys ( .. front screen porch. Workshop manyextras : nice out building Must ee :
FOR RENT FOR SALE 100 East 3.8 miles ,fromV'ilght! ( In bedrooirj' .' hldob.dMdinn.tt.. .., Mutt ... to appreciate, near 473-7417 days or 473-4)85 8/2 Itchg, ii
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tool L AV ,
xlrfl on tu
Keystone on I.ft. Friday\( Ond Soiurdoy, :A ., ; Melrose 475.1587. 8/2 'Itchg. 2BR MOBILE HOMI12.64. A/C, awning, k
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC Aug. 3.4, 1 Itpd 8/2. )wSffiif 47MIU. )tchg8/r2g' "I' 1982 CORONA MQBILE HOME FOR skirting, furniture, drape. TV anten y
UALTYREALTOI pipes and fittings Water softener BIG 4-FAMILY YARD SALE Cor"sea1|,!Crib, SALE Carpet kitchen equipped no, w/boster, 6500. Jim Rod Trailer f
Rental Property Available Bryan Ace Hardwar., Keystone Halt.. play pen eof lee table floor'lamp, 'boa! CARS, TRUCKS dishwasher Buck Egg Market Put. Park Lok. Geneva SR.100 473-2488
ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntralloeotlon 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg motor toy. lot of nice children and A BOATS nom Hall. $8.500 call 473-2067 tchg 8/2
on HWY.21. 850 sq.ft., $300 per mo. AMWAY PRODUCTSi Call to place your women' clothe and much more. Friday "11.__ _
and Saturday Aug. 3 I, 9 am til OT Good
211 COTTAGE on LAKE BROOKLYN order Nutrllite Vitamin Need extra 'it TORINO transportation
weekly, $200 plus refundable $50 Income Call us for details,. 4 p.m. Hwy 21 between Peach and Sot. Looks good. reeds vinyl top. AM/FM
cleaning deposit. 473.3671.5/10 tfnchg suma Str..t. 1 tchg 8/2 Cassette, Good rubber, rally wheel Starke Golf
MELROSE 2BR. 2 Both home, fireplace, VAN ICEBOX. $1500 Van Captain GARAGE SALS- :2-mil.s north on HwV 1 21 $650473-2127 Itchg 8/2
screen porch, utility room available chair $25.00. Tabl. A chain (4)( ), Yellow building Mlsc building 1,67 VW SEDANAlmost black. $500 or and Club
July 15. $325 a month. $7500.; 473-7989 Itpd 8/2. materials and equipment furniture; best offer Call, Ken Blair 473-4766 Country

112 13% fT. Scotty Trailer $2,800 Friday-Saturday.-......Itchg 8/2 ..I'__ .... 1Ja'nr.'
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 473.7989 Itpd 82EARLY'AMERICAN "OPEN
Realtor, .73.."1 loveseat and choir.Exc.ll.nt -
conditon. Club .rNw: 4
6/21 tfnchg Keystone
Estates. Call 473.2525. $175 Itpd 8/2 SEVEN DAYS
J MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR tarnished, JC PENNEY CO. Big August Custom
; A/C. $170 a mo. plus deposit. 684-6634 Decorating Sale Up to 50 percent off i A WEEK" .
I 6/Urinchg custom drapes, bedspreads, carpet,
FURNISHED 1BR Mobil. ham., vertical blinds. Call 771.6361 and ask \
Lakefront. private drive A/C Keystone for Joyce McGee tchg 8/2 ,
Melrose area. Single party or couple EMERSON QUIET KOOl Room air conditioner '. ..
only. No pels. $175 monthly, $100 like new, $200 Call 473.2463. Come Swimin i
deposit. Call Jacksonville collect Itpd 8/2 Multi Mile Glass Belted 78 II

725.8945 726.82.PANELLED 10 PC SECTIONAL. Good condition.. Road Hazard P205 75814 . . 31.88 our poo!l...
Brown Tweed, asking $125 or best offer Warrant . 33.88
OFFICE RECEPTION AREAS P165 80D '13 P215 75B 15 .
Available June 15 Parking SR-21 In Keystone See Club at 110 Estates Ponc.after Deleon 5 p.m. PI 85 75D 14 . 28.88 P225 75B 15 . . .36.88 and play golf .
Keystone shops 473.7707. 5/17 tfn Thursday and Friday. Before 1 p.m. on P215 75B 14. 33.88 P235 75B '15 . . . 38.88Multi
OFFICE SPACE Sultabl. for medical offices Saturday Itpd 8/2 Mile Radials XL on our course f

Available Jun. 15 Parking SR-21 12 CUBIC FOOT Chest freezer, almond. PISS 80R 13 . . 32.88 P21575R 15. . . 43.88 ],. ,
N. Keystone shops 473-7707. 5/17 tfn old.perfect 473.3333.condtion. Sears 8/2., $150, 2 years P185 80R 13 . . . 35.88 P22575R 15 . . 45.88 tennis

WHIRLPOOL Washer tchg and Dryer working P19575RH . . 37.88 P23575R 15 . . 46.88 or play ,
WANTED order. $75 each Call 4734575 Itchg COMPLETE FRONT END & BRAKE SERVICE under the lights!
LEISURE TIME. Ft. slide.in camper self- ,
CARPOOlto Jacksonville. 475.1513.4tpd contained with air conditioner, Excellent Front End Forelf R Car S"lool..lr White SpokeAlignment I
712.82.SECRETARY. MEMBERSHIPS NOW :
AVAILABLENo
condition. 473.3049. Itpd 8/2 r
TAKING VACATION or someone Wheels
HEAVY DUTY BUNK BEDS- Good condition Air Condition Service
sick In the office. I will fill In for :
you. Good references Call 473.2898 w/matresses. 473.3504. Itpd 8/2 *12.95 $7.95dnrFn.n $,2611.Ws [! Initiation Fee No Advance Payments

after 5 p.m. Pay one month and enloy full club benefitsof
PETS win check tut your syitim Up, 10 18 B
tfn Moil Car a Truck for tilt summir. swimming, golf and tennis

LOSTFOUNDLOST SIAMESE KITTENS for sale, purebred,
shots. 473.2955 Itpd 8/2 Steam CleanEngines Rebuilding CompleteMechanical MONTHLY RATES

LUGGAGE between Keystone and NEEDS GOOD HOME SOON "Shadow". Carburetors Repair Family Membership, residents of Bradford County . . 35.00 :
lake Butl.r around July 14. R.word. .Black female lab mix 3 years old..poy.d Is Our Speciality Carburetor, Valve Jobs, Family Membership outside Bradford County . . . 25.00'Single

Please call 473.7078 Itchg 8/2 Includes, very large good dog pet house and and yard 25 dog.Ibs $1400 Rear End Major and Membership . . . . ... . . . 25.00

LOST of Millers PERSCRIPTION Call 473-3098 GLASSES-. Itpd 8/2 vicinity food. $15. 473.2127 Itchg 8/2 1 0 % off Minor Repairs.CORBETT'S Retired Membership (over age 62 and retired) . . . 20.00!

FOUND English Setter Black and white, Social Membership (includes swim and tennis) . . . 20.00
found in the area of County Rd 21B, 'j' :
& SERVICE
TIRES (The above rates to
HELP WANTED 475-3014 Itf 8/2 apply one year minimum)

REGISTERED BEAGLES FOR SALE. 13 mo.. US 301 Temple Avenue Starke The golf course, fairway'and greens or. In excellent' condition. Join now, I
PART TIME CUSTODIAN- needed to provide old $75 each. After 5 p.m. call [= "l and enjoy golf lot Its best with friends from Slorke and all nearby communities
clean up In evenings. Excellent 4733098. Itpd 8/2 Financing (Formerly Starke Firestone) 964.6436 Including Keyston. Height, lake Geneva Lake Butler, Waldo Melrose,
salary and benefits. Writ. to: P.O. Box Orange Park Raiford Lawtey and other
945 Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 jMKHutn.Prtiident. .. Her rtarrtl..
8/2 Itchg.UPEIIENCED. Miiugir"

HAIRDRESSER] Salary
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guaranteed Taking. applications at
Sondl's Hair Works, SR 21 b.tw..n
Keystone Melrose. 475-2140.7/12 tfn I I
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NOTICE I,

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted
to the Lake Region Monitor office TerwillegarMotors
In writing and paid In advonc.
unless credit Is already ettobllshed
with this office
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

THE Classified TELEPHONE.deadline Is Tuesday noon SAVE HUNDREDS
84
prior to Thursday publication. Mustang
Minimum charge is 15 words for $2.75, I" ,

th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. 84 Ford Tempo "GL' J. 1< ;;" ,1JUdi01;R ,, ,GT, (Convertiblettmuni : ,

PERSONAL SERVICES, -4,Dri/ Auto, '''Alr.. Steel Wheels "o.*., k+ '' IBkjctc, 39.1! A J '' !{

List '9099. f84 Mustang SVO Loaded'Llst'15,953
CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, :
kitchen cabinet and trim carpentry. '(' ,.< -3 Dr:, Fully Loaded
Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after 8295 $14,495
SALE
5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg SALE ;,.. : Original 'List 17,000
CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and installations. "
Fr. estimate Ten years ;/ f,
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for SALE $4,795Escort
Craig 5/17 tfnchg i
HANDYMAN All kinds of horn repairs
mobll.hom. repairs and fix-up needs. -
No job too small. Minor plumbing
repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul- LX Wagon
Ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening
5/17 tfnchg 4 Door, fully loaded, auto." air1, I
JIM AND JOYS. Home cleaning service.
Fr. ."Imot... Call 328.1371 or glass, 5 speed,. List '0,075
377-9624 4tpd. 7/12-8/2
SERVICE WATER PUMPS AND AIM CON.

DITIONERSi For .m.rg.ncy Dykes services Electric Motor 473-7706 Co., SAVE on Used Cars ',SALE 9,200

Keystone Heights. 4tpd 7/19-S/9
NORMANS YARD mowing Itpd 8/2 "

CHILD 473-7824 BOARDING, Day and night 82 Buick Electra Park Ave Sedan

Keystone Heights area. 473.7400 Itchg t. Loaded with equip., one own411 O Cl Rand .

8/2 84 Eldorada Cadillac $19 9 9 5 81 .Chev. Citation only 29,000 miles 5 513J '
NEED MEDICARE
Chuck Sotterwhlte INSURANCE, Stat. Farm Call Insurance Loaded . . . idog4'clean.eneowner w/PSPB,$Q 995

Lawr.nc. Blvd., Keystone AT, AC check this one out today J,
Height 473.7272.7/19 tfn 83 Fairmont $ 82 Olds Cutlass.Supreme
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NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call Chuck Auto., power air, AM radio . 5 9 9 5 ,1. Coupe. V6, PS PB, AC, Landau top $Q 495
Satterwhlte. Stat.
Farm Insurance,
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights. 81,Ford Escort $ Q Q Q 5 one owner, clean and nice Q. ,
473.7272.7/19 tfn 83 Ford Window Van$ O Auto, trans.;;air. AM/FM radio O 57 51
PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICES Complete I at. 3 9 5 \.4\\ -.
lawn 12 Passenger dual air. \it a "
h, Commercial core or residential.and maintenance.Free 80.1MdsSallonWa, oat $ / ''5 9 5' 79 Chevy C-.20.A995''' '

4 estimates 475.2197 evening. 8/02 tfn 83 Chevy S-10 Pickup $ 9 Passenger . . :. 'flf Picic-up, 4x4 '
with'8 9 9 5 .

MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS : 80 OMs 984DMrfrVi $ 79 Chevy Monte Carlo $ 2895

I ANONYMOUS I Closed 83FordF-250'1 .r $1') 995 :*. "." ." ',' 6495 . ... . . :' .r. .

meetings Monday 8 p.m. Open I 6.9 Diesel with tapper.Irnpala . U .. ,.'ti \ "
meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon. 79 Dodge Diplomat I $ '
day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational 80 OttIs'.c tl a ss' $ '2795
Building Community Church 473-2790 $ ,' .,,' 5495 2 Door . .'. . .
or 4752130. tfnchg 4995 ..I... :.I (..ti.]oT,t? ... s.;: of. ... .
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. due. S/W. diesel I . . . . 'v 5j '
f... or weigh In*. Open meeting .- Fairmont( $ 78 Mustang '$.3595
Tue,oy's. 7:30 p.m.Community Church 83 80 Fwd' 2995 Auto. trans., ahr78F100Ford. . . .
Educational Building, Keystone Lincoln Town Car 2 ... :\ ';I. '.' . .'. .
Height 4732790. pd thr 7/26tfnchg \(Like New) loaded with equip' $ -i '11>0'I' ,.'I. \ '.
BINGOiAMERICAN LEGION HALL- Post 4'' 9 9 5 8aietl !Sedan DevIHe 4 Door ;' '
See this one today If s nice : 3195
202 Saturday SR-21 Bingo.north 7:30, Keystone p.m. Public Height In. .SofH*. Wfork blue feather $.4 O 995 .,v. .'.,.".. ... .,..,..,;:,, '

SELL vlted.OR 5/31 TRADE-tfnchg Yamaha Console. Piano' 82 Datsun 4x4 $7795 only 10; one owner ml J y 78 'Toyota CeHca '> $,

value.excellent Piano conditon priced for a at horse$1300.of equal Call with I topper . . . . 82c," Ftoetwood Bran Coupedart . '.' .)...*,!,.,* ... "" *,/;* ,399 5 \

PAC 473-2183 RAT.or Buy 473-7947., Sell and tfnchg trade.7/26 Used 82 Olds .Cutlass $ brandy. wfburgandy 14 4 9 5 '78 Jeep C-J 7 ,
7 8 9 5 rtei... II tile IpUon ,
furlture collectable appllcances, glassware,household, old lewerly Items,, . . . . :' '.".texia.n..' .3,9.95
yIIII tools, etc. tfnchg 7126HOUSES
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efficient bcmes, complete ready to
move; In at 39950. Term arranged,: l

KEYSTONE Phone model. 7/12 475-3009 CLUB tfnch ESTATES or. 473-2187 N.w to roomy se. Terwillegar ;''''Motors I ( '5Td FORD


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: r roam. CHI A. wooded lot near got i
cau.... See appreciate. By nwnei Clyde Terwillegar, Byron Terwillegat/fC"IIT"lYson, ; "
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54000. Call 479-2598 4tpd 7/26 1/" N "j ..
NEW HOME for tale by owner Keys' Tom Routree' Bill! ;; ; S Hwy 21 Nwtti
206 W. Madison : !
Hill., Oak Drive :3 BR, 114! 10. lacrtlot. "
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Warren L. Boatwright
ObituariesCarrie Mrs. Margie Barkman of High Spr- Warren L. Boatwrlght, 53, of ,Lawtey Bluegrass
ings; four sons Neal of Lawtey died Thursday July 26 at '
bonald Lawtey Convention set for Oct.
Dale of Raiford, of Lake City the Veterans Admlnlstratlol1.Hospital ,. .
and Alton Thornton of Starke; one Co
The "
McDonald brother, Ronnie Griffis of Raiford; in Tampa. is for :_J__ Tfl
Born in Lake Butler Mr. .Boat-"" set
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one (inter. Bernice Clayton of wright lived in Lawtey. He served asa day, '
Mrs. Carrie Lang( d McDonald, Lawtey,and 16 grandchildren. Marine during the Korean War and Lawtey DIITIi
89, of Ray City, Georgia died in The Funeral services were held Sunday was a disabled veteran was a SR-225 ARK"PLl
Presbyterian Home,Quitnum, Ga on at 2:30: p.m. at the New River member of Calvary Baptist; Church, The ,
Saturday July 28. Funeral services New Congregational Methodist Lewis
Starke, and was also a member or
were held at the First Baptist Church Church at Raiford with Rev. John >I
Paralyzed: Veterans Association. Ave. U.S. 301 N.) 964-6081
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in with Burial in Temple
Ray City interment In the Yarbrough officiating. was Survivors include his wife, Linda

cemetery Mrs. McDonald there. a native of South direction Prong of Archer Cemetery Funeral under Home the of Crews Boatwright of Lawtey; one Larry Monroe Sale
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daughter, Linda Garland of Lawtey No Salesman
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had lived Lake Butler.
Georgia with her daughter, one sister Mrs. Merle Kinard of

Mrs.Heights John for F.the Roberson last ten years.at Keystone She was Samuel C. Pearce Yulee of Lawtey; one, and brother three,D.E.grandchildren'Boatwright. .t,- All Cars & Trucks Marked Down
.a member of the First Baptist Church Samuel Corbett Pearce, 85 died .
,In Ray City.Surviving. Wednesday night, July 25, ,in the day Funeral, July services 29, at Cinnamon were held Street Sun'::'.f 'rSome Below Dealer Cost -
Mrs. McDonald are Lake Shore Hospital, Lake City, bffor: The "''
Baptist Church Middleburg;with 3:1i "
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Mabel Roberson of Keystone Heights; following a brief illness, the Rev. Leroy' ; of*,& '. ",, ',(Prices Posted:on Windshield:, )
a son, B...., McDonald of Picayune Born in Union County, Mr Pearce ficiating Burial was 'In"Lawte11'r'i '*show Prices
Miss had lived of his life in the Union Check Our Cars &. Sunday
; nine grand children; 15 great most Cemetery under the direction of,Are % 'No
grandchildren; and three great-great County and Baker County areas. He chie Tanner Funeral Home of 'drugs!! ..(While Nobody's Around))
retired farmer and memberof
grand children. was a a
the New River New Congrega- Starke. ," concert No If You See Something You Like..... Come Back

THANK YOU' tional Methodist Church. ,,. I must be nday, Tuesday or Wednesday & buy at sale price! |
The family of Larry Hartley of Survivors Include one son, J.E. Card of Thanks Bring .
Keystone Heights who passed'away Pearce of Raiford; three .grandchildren i in. No. Gimmicks No Hidden Charges
July 17, wish to thank all their many and .seven great- Words cannot adequately expressour ,,Plenty *Plus Tall:''&' Title
friends and neighbors, ':their 'expressions grandchildren. deep appreciation for the many wlll .
of love and .sympathy in Funeral services were held Satur- kind and sympathetic acts that \''repairs 82 Ford Pick Up 81 .Aries, .K Car

their time of sorrow day River, July New 28, at 2 Congregational came bereavement.to us at the time of our recent. ,,av. .. Custom Six, 26,000 ml AT, Air PS, PB

His wife Stacey Hartley Methodist Church near Raiford with From the Family of ',. $4995 '3995
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stapf Rev John Yarbrough' officiating. Beatrice DeS il'"' ', ,
His sisters and brothers. Burial was in Ft. Call Cemeterynear Who !life T.
departed this July
78 GMC Truck 78 Aspen Wagon
Itpd 8/2 Worthington Springs. Archer May'happiness follow all the '.y.'Tick.ts.
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was. in way lik{ a shadow. you "it,,' A'j excellent condition Loaded. PvV, PS. Cruise

charge of arrangements ; :a.m., Must see ,to appreciate ,Excellent!: \ Condition
Homer Frame t.,A\,.
Eva E, AndersonMrs. NlcolettaC.DiNicola Homer Frame, 68, of Starke, died a.m., $4195 2495
Eva Epperson'Anderson 86, Mrs. Nicoletta Chiachiaretta in the VA Hospital in Gainesville .'from 6
of Starke, 'died Wednesday afternoon DiNil'olal: ,76 died, a longtime at the Sweetbrook.resident ofPittsfield .Saturday, July 28. W.Va.. ... { 79 Toyota 82 Mazda Pick Up
In ,
Born Braxton County,
July 25, in Whispering Pines .p.m,
Care Center Nursing Home in Willlamstown( Mr. Frame had lived in Starke;for Gospel A. Speed LWB Deluxe' ,
Starke following a
following a long illness. I "
two years. ; '
long illness. She had been a patient at the Nurs- Graveside services will be ..beld'Thursday 2195 M195
Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Anderson .
ing Home for six years. Aug. 2, at 11 a.m in I
area.was She a lifetime was a resident retired of school'this Born in San Buceto province of Mollohan Cemetery, Servia, West Free 79 Chevy Nova 80 Volare Wagon
Chieti, Mrs. DiNicola the
Italy was
Va. Archie Tanner Funeral Home in. '
teacher with the Bradford County of Frank and Maria ( 3395
daughter .
charge of'local arrangements.Wilbur 'lhook $2395
School Board; was a member of the Michaela Constantino Chiachiaretta ,
First Baptist Church of Starke; and attended schools in Schenectady, Kirkland ;
; A. 83 Dodge Aires.
80 Mercury Zephyr ,
also member
was a of the Retired
N.Y. the 1940s she was t
During
of Ocala .
Kirkland,
Wilbur A. 70 ; ;
Teacher's Association. AT PS PB
mi.
cond. AC ,
employed as manager of a dress died Wednesday at his home. AT 6 cly, excellent 17.000
Survivors include two brothers shop and later worked for the former; Funeral services will be at a later For $
andRaiford
6195
William J. Epperson of Starke Ken Whitmore '& Co, for 15 years; date. Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof a ;.and \ ,2395 I.
L. Epperson of Spring Hill:; retiring in 1966. )i -
of' local
one sister, Mrs. Iris ,Vansickel of Starke Jn' charge arrangements. 'ttl'wnert. 82 GMC, Sierra
She was a communicant of Mount : r..t. 82 .Datsun ,
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Beach and :
Newport Calif. several The
Carmel Church and a member of its '' *
Special'
nieces and nephews. Ladies Guild. Her husband;Gennaro is 200 SXSL "Eddie
Card of Thanks.. II '
Funeral services were held at 10' DiNicola, died in 1983. "Stetson Package, 22,000 miles Tu-Tone'Excefenl condition
a.m. Friday, July 27, in the DeWittC. Survivors Include one son, DanielM. : :
We wish to .Id our kind '''gcroft $6595' 6395
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Jones Chapel, with Rev. Ben P. DiNicola of Scotia,. N.Y.; three and express friends ; : I : :
neighbors thoughtful our
Bryant officiating. Burial was In brothers, Leon, John and Joseph ?:
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Chiachiaretta all Of Schenectady;, heartfelt thanks 'for their many' ex 1'111.'t'>' HEAPS OF ''THE WEEK
reaslon The
direction of Jones Funeral Home of 11Ers. Adkin- sympathy
two sisters Philomena
Starke. son of Starke, Fla. and Mrs. Valen- beautiful floral l offerings, were ,, 71 Datsun 240ZSB1295 75 'Toronado.
especially appreciated. A special '. itA. ,
tino DiNicola of Pittsfield,and three'
Mrs. Carma G. Thornton thank you to Jones Funeral Home of,.r<. ,850
Mrs. Carma Griffis Thornton, 61? grandchildren.Funeral services held in theBencivengaDagnoll Starke' and E.L Bradley and Gene. I''it ,
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of Lawtey,died Friday morning,July Funeral Home Bass. -. ;', SALE GOOD THRU WED., AUG..0. 1984,ONLY
27, at her sons homeinf" Ilaiford with a Liturgy of Christian Burial at The family oMoora, Clark' t
following a brief illness. Mount Carmel Church.Burial was in
Born in Union County Mrs.Thorn St. Joseph's Cemetery.
ton and her family lived;; in High Spr- family
In lieu of flowers, the sug
ings from 1953 until 1972 when they gests that donations be made to theAlzheimer's Prices good from 8/2/34Jhru 8/8/84
returned to Union County. Mrs. and Related : ., I "
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Thornton lathe widow of,the'late Disorders Assocatlon, Inc., either at N .orman 5 Mar k: e;i'

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