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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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i I city and county commissioners showing results. Miller pointed to '
i'I to put their priorities in the the remodeled and double-screen
right place a citizen's group asked Florida Theatre,, the remodeled ';
both boards this week to support the' building that now houses the .new '
effort to obtain a Starke Center'of KendalUllall telephone store, and
Santa Fe Community College in the the remodeled building that Isthe
old courthouse and revitalize the. Starke Shoe Shop, :

? downtown.Commissioner Miller said he sees no,K-Mart In '.
Bobby Biggs
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Tuesday night, Aug. 7 that successful businesses
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$600,000. will provide jobs-an "That's right,*'answered Guy Andrews tax base
principal pusher pf the local
SFCC Center project and a big supporter Mrs. Evelyn Griffin pointed to the
of the downtown revitaliza- expanding Bradford Hospital and :
,. ..... tion.Andrews, pledged to provide a the expanding Whispering Pines
.". major portion of the 'SFCC effort* Nursing Home in east Starke as part
returned from' vacation in North of the progress already begun.

Pitching for Help on SYCC'St>,"ke Center... commissions.Carolina to personally 'address. both, 'Andrews had sent letters to both ...
boards requesting $100,000 each but :
! fr' Guy Andrews, left, during his plea''for county help,both In-kind he did not mention that i a his presentations
' t and In'd n.rs.ln the effort to establish.* Santa Fe Community.College !- "Those of us who have been work- but asked for any committ .,.
v- Starke Center, in.the old 1902 courthouse. Ing on this project feet that it is ment or aide the boards can furnish.
r ,, County Commissioner Lawrence Mosley and E.L.NookjNors within reach,'*' Andrews told the No financial committment was
-t\\ '*# ? man, above, and Chairman E.W. Hodges and Norman lean back in county commission .Monday .night, made with both boards In the midst
:; y their chairs and peak over the top, below,., Aug. e.Andrews. 'of budget planning for 1984-89.. ._.
y I Andrews has pledged to see the renovation of the old courthouse .touting the value of
\ hrs. ) through to its end but wants help from local civic, governmental, education, said the SFCC center willf"anchor'r Both boards exp 'e8sedsuppoa1 for''
:' a" ii and private organizations,and from Individual Rev.A.J.Simmons the. 'over-all( 'downtown the project, and offered in-kind '
il supported the project Tuesday night before the Starke City Commission project. It will, raise the tax.base, ;'assistance.
+ '\ 'a saying members of his church. the New Bethel Baptist remove a blighted area, and create Andrews said the time schedule Is
t. 44 Church, could probably contributes least a dollar.. two years of higher education at our 'to have detailed plans and specifications .-'
"That's right" Andrews said, meaning that Is the spirit that.. will door step. :,Andrews said to turn the old courthouse into a :;
'. { carry the project through college center by Sept. 1, to begin an.
'' When Andrews goes at .something lt:,gets done,, pointed out "Any kid in Bradford County'can faction\ program acquaint the _
veteran City Commissioner Vernon Silcox. catch' the bus and 'come right into public With' the program by Oct 1, :
.Q Silcox said he's rarely seen the community behind a'project like town to college" said Andrews, who and to-' begin. construction 'on or ,
l' R '\ they are the SFCC Center'and downtown rejuvenation project.FirstBturtifedOuCBmiJlS. was able to go to school in 1930, the before'Jan. 1, 1985. Goal i 1& to have'
.. ; w '. .. .' depths of the Depression. because of the center' open for classes" for the
r! ,11\ /a small scholarship from the county ,Fall. term next year; :i
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"- ; ;;; : ill members of the DoWhtowrt Progress'Committee '''"Would! make no committment JMon-fr--V'
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.. Chamber of Commerce., and commissioners expressedmore
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t Three burned-out falling-in arrangements to demolish or of East Call and Chamber's Beautification. '
or Water Streets own- Highway 'We're trying to change the image "This is the first time I've seen the
V buildings were approved for demolition remodel to bring the cited property ed by Lou Young Jr. of New York. Committee Chairman Reggie Flynn of Starke," said E.L. Matthews;who i citizens get their thinking together'to
procedures under Starke's unsafe back up to standard.If told the council the city's agreementwas urged commissioners to take abroad this extent,"' said Commissioner
building code law Tuesday a property fails to meet the ,needed for the ,state Department view of the project; for the resident
; night, Aug. 7. agreement made with the Code En- In other action Tuesday night, of Transportation to agreed to SFCC center and to ,improve the Vernon Silcox. a life-long of
forcement Board,. the city has Aug. 7, the city commission: let: the Chamber committee landscape .downtown. Matthews.. l long-time Zoning Director L.M. Gaines Iden- authority to take the matter to court. the medians. publisher of The Telegraph interested council.
tified the three deteriorated and un- Buildings cited Tuesday night by Signed reciprocal electricity In preserving the histocical "I think something Is beginning to
sigtly buildings to the city commission Director Gaines are: agreements with the Orlando Utility i heritage of the county, is credited happen here We have the,opportunity -
as required under the new or Commisson, New Smyrna Beach, Set the next regular! meeting Aug. with saving the old 1902 courthouse to recreate: 'our image." said
i dinance. Next Gaines must notify .A lot on the corner of Cherry and and Seminole Electric Cooperative. 21 to go over the Utility Budget The after the county moved out in 1968 is Silcox, adding he's always been proud
the property owners that action is Adkins Streets owned by Curtis and council has already gone over the principal pusher behind the projectto of Starke and I is even more so
being taken on their buildings by the Lu Sanders, the site of the former Awarded $5,300 bid to Jackson ,General Fund budget in a previous. improve the downtowns. His effort now. ,
citv Nollman Home which burned.A Building Supply the only bidder for workshop. C
led to establishment' of the It Is refreshing to see this type of
f., /Once notified, property owners 1.7 acres of land behind the businesson l. c.I Downtown Progress'' Committee bythe 'public involvement said' Mayor
, have 10 days to reply to the city. Ap- falling-in building on Redgrave south 301.Agreed '' Chamber of Commerce, ;Jimmy'Crosbf''Thls '
peal procedure is to the newly appointed 'owned by Thomas A. Patrick.A Approved the 'appointment of '
1' Code Enforcement Board, to maintain the US-301 Gene Shaw as a new pension board, John Miller, chairman of the PPC, i ;:" Is our opportunity,'' Andrews .' ..
where property owners can work out burned-out house on the corner medians through town as part of the ,''member., pointed. out the ,effort is already' ', told the city group. .' ,
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It "garBA'ge" t; comedian employees may have to be hired,to charge of the garbage detail this '!Noitman, meaning to man each dumping Opening guns in the 1994 primary elections will be fired '
Jonathan Winters, but it'll take keep the five compactor sites at year, said Monday the choice is to site. '
.more than a trash bag to solve Brooker, Hampton, Lawtey Sampson hire full time personnel to see that ':Let' think about it," cautioned Friday, Aug. 24, when the Bradford County, Democratic J
Bradford County's Hefty trash problem. Lake, and Starke in operation. only household garbage Is put Into Commissioner Carter. Exeutive Committee will; sponsor Jot rally at'.a,. ;time. and
Trouble is, citizens are putting dum- the small compactors. The dumping Saturday is the worst'day, said .place to be announcednext week. \. : \1.
Sometime after the next five years ping refuse of most any kind in the sites now are open 24 hours a day Carter: Sunday Is ,not.sloucl'lJ' .s id Chairman Terry Brown and members of the Democratic .
but before the next 10 years the .mall.'com actors that are plainly but if they.must be manned because Norman. /" .
Committee met at 5:30 but details
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4O-acre landfill on SR-100 near two labeled for 'Household Garbage On- citizens cannot or will not follow Commissioners 'wondered If they p.m. ;
;, miles west of Keystone Heights will ly." For instance boards are stoppIng directions, the hours of operationwill could get by with manning the sites than the date. were not available at press time.:
$ be exhausted. So, the commission the operation of the small have to be curtailed Commissioner just on weekends. The Theressa volunteer fireman will state their traditional -.,
began Monday Aug. 6, thinking household garbage compactors and Carter pointed out. : They also wondered if arrangements fish fry and rally at the Theressa civic,enter Friday
about buying a compactor for the one employee has all he can do to Commissioners neither want to can be made for prison Aug.:31, in the final event of the,hot,' summer cam :.
$130.000 that they have been told make the rounds, remove the debris restrict use of the dumping sites, or inmates from Lawtey Correctional
would triple the life of the landfill. stopping up a compactor and get it to hire additional employees. Institution to man the dumping sites. paign. Fish suppers will be served' at 6 p.m.:\with. -candidate*
back in operation. "Let's try it for 30 days," suggested An inmate crew already .handles the.I I I speeches scheduled to start at 'rp.m', ': .'
More Immediate. additional Commissioner Maxie Carter in Commissioner E.L. .(Nook) Lawtey. compactor site, a

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Campaigning county commissioners '.. They still face a proposed $4,2' budget,. and says the county is in' $3,000 reserve for contingency! t. ?; ,
Or Does City Handle Just fogs have put off their next- million spending bill for 1984-85. Major sound financial shape. the county jailft', r, .jfsft'jji". : : r ,,,. .
\ budget workshop until Aug. 27,..a ;Increases in the'spending .requests $5,000 for repair and maintenance. -, ;
i "Do we have a full service pound for dogs and cats or'is It Just. dogs" Monday at 8 p.m. area five percent pay: increase ', at the county Jail.;'wj* -.' 'V v
,City Attorney Terry Brown wanted to know. ;, for employees. increased Federal Revenue Sharing $38,000 for county'insuranc-:, and w; .
rWe thought it was rabid,"said Brown of the large;aggressive?tomcat med With some $329,000 still to be trim.. hearth insurance- costs; and mat- Budget is Approved. bondsr* ; !*, V J\Q, # -.
.'in his west Starke gargage. It looked as if it would attack he said. from the budget requests, commissioners .;Ching funds, plus'a 2.7 pay Increase' In a public hearing Monday night: $10,000 for county building repair \i- ':
So, Brown called the Starke dog catcher and was told the city does not were urged by CPA Pat ,given em loyees'in January must be the board tentatively> approved its and maintenance4rh:I ', .'
handle cats just dogs. Brown said he expressed his displeasure as the dog Farnsworth to study the budget, and factored Into the new budget: budget to approve $283,404. federal $10.000 for new county equipment:. 'i;} -::
'catcher's reluctance to look into his cat problem. The dog catcher. would come to the Aug.. meeting, with, revenue sharing funds. over$100.:\ ; > \ ,,? *.j't.u', ; I fc.
not move,,:'; pencils. sharpened / The commission can it it wishes. 'The expenditures are: $8,000 for medicinedoctnt'vendorfees 'S'
*Reading the city's "dog f>ordinance" Commissioner Charles Schaeffer. 'After''meeting -all"day' Monday increase spending by $93,759 by increasing $2,000 for,Law Library. Books and ; payments. / ,?/ t/; _.=i..
the Safety Committee chairman; said his Interpretation is that law calls 'then 'again' Monday night for' a property taxes to the' Materials. $13,000. computer cost allocation( '.- f.,
for cat control too. budget workshop mostly taken up by 10-mill( cap but nobody.1O 'Car,has. ,$ 07,805 for salaries and personae, '' ;
"I think this is an isolated case,'' said Schaefer who said the city has the citizens group for'.the Starke mentioned that. Or, they, must trim services. at the county jail., l, $l{ ,1SOO rincipalpayinenfonCOIn; '? I,
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'two new dog catchers sharing the job.Schaefer said he will acquaint the' SFCC Center in the old courthouseand the:'spending requests. back'. aimoat) .' $3" ,083, ooer* tln', expenses T "( 7 .at' the'countyJail. "' <,'"" puler in clerk's officer< ,, dog catchers with their duties. .. the revitalization of downtown to the 83-84 revel' } >: c $10,000lnterestallocatlonei. ""' > i i'''; r r. :: I
Turned out, Brown's new pet cat was just hungry, Once Brown began Starke. commissioners adjourned Clerk Gib Brown estimates', a r.l1, capitatoutlsy alt' the, ;...county,I. $12,000' reserve for contingency ri. ',
feeding it. the cat turned Into a good pet .?, without. making. any; additional cuts. $$3< ,000 carryover /in' ,the .3-$4 ,[, t .''' "'' ,;". i. ; .' ,' ;,.;,r> .',-, > .v't, .. rt..: I
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go-ahttad to work on tin ordinance before, and he likes the
Commissioner Homer Hart, the estimated
ty $48,000 per year on dog idea Is to seek authorization ty's next big project.
when he asked If the City and County 3-county idea though he can't first to reply when Welty aske jf the" "", control, Hart said. Hodges pointedout to investigation cases of Commissioner Schaefer had
Commissions would'oppose remember who originated that idea. commission was unalterably opposed Clay County is now three times mistreatment."You already pointed out the city has botha
authorizing the Humane, Society Clerk Gib Brown was asked to writeto to the idea. Hart.expressed concern as large as Bradford and the two turned me off with that word dog pound and a dog catcher.
members mistreatment to of investigate animals.In cases of suggestion.At Union and. Baker counties with the "" "about dogs attacking livestock., cases don't make good comparisons.At (deputize)," Silcox said, but promised Bowen said two ladies from the
Welty said the Humane Society's to keep an open mind, and to look Humane Society acted as the city
the Starke council Tuesday the
will be City Council... at what the two attornies dog catcher for about two months
both approach more to come up
cases, said protect
attorney Welty
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night, Aug. 7, Welty ran some
City Commissioner
Charles when the city resigned.
he is animals from mistreatment."I'm with. employee.
prepared to work with
City At to humane society investigators -
opposition Schaefer, casting the first cold "They didn't long Bowen said.
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torney. Terry Brown and County Attorney ,,when the attorney used not dead opposed to it;I lint) t we water on Welty's proposal, said he Jimmy Bowen quizzed .
Dudley, Hardy to work on an the word In the end, need to talk lot attorney Welty.
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ordinance > "deputize. a Commit opposes deputizing Humane Society The chief asked, is there an active Bowen said for the Humane Socle->
however, Mayor Jimmy Crosby ask- sioner Carter said, suggesting thy members, though he favors dog con- Humane Society in,.Starke ? ty.to' handle the situation; it would Kneed '
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ed Welty to present ideas for. an ordinance 3-countyapproach. I .,'.',{ trol. '?/ "o" "' > YesWelty replied. a facility. When the IadIM'it\
accepted Welty's proposal as a com- in writing. The county board is concerned Commissioner Vernon Silcox asked acted dog catchers and dogs ..
ing thing; and Commissioner Does the Humane Society have a a city ;
Maxie about the cost of the project and who if Welty meant to deputize people, farmed out Humane [ l'
Carter Jr dog pound, the chief asked. No, Wel- were among
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three-county At the County. will staff it, said Chairman E.W. Welty said that might not be the cor- ty snirt hut land has been donated Society members, the chief said '

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traffic will be made and the the state prisons. It Is still SR-16 east make such a request to the DOT to be done by 'Quantative Means' Units and the rescue crews, on duty Looked at plans for a boat basinat
state Department of Transportationwill of Starke toward Kingsley Lake District Office in Lake City In after July of 1982. This quantative 24 hours a day, will make quick runs Cypress Run on the west side of
make a decision on the county's because that portion of Road 16 is a 'writing. method of complete roads will 'with first water to fires close to and Sampson Lake. The plans/drawn by
request that it resume maintenanceof connectin link from Lake City of Deputy District Engineer E.S. Col- hopefully be within the, .in Starke. With the prison buildingthe county engineer Jerome Kelly, must
CR-16 west toward Raiford. St.Augustme son's reply to Brown's letter was next several months. As soon as it is body, the county will have a new now go to the state Game and Fresh
County commissioners claim Commissioners talked about the read to the commission Monday, approved, we will re-evaluate Coun- fire truck for less than $20,000,a sav- Water' Fish Commission for ap-
CR-16 west from US-301 is possibility of giving CR-16 west backto Aug. 6. Colson stated: "The statute ty Road" 16 and inform you of the ing of at least $25,000. proval. Plans are to dig a basin Into
deteriorating faster than normal the state for months, and last that allows us to re-evaluate certain results. which boats can be launched, and to
because of more traffic to and from month asked Clerk Gib Brown to roads also directs our re-evaluation Accepted a $6,000 state grant for dig out the canal which keeps filling
In other action Monday, Aug.e,'the the library's bookmobile. with sand. '
County Commission:
I Agreed to purchase a new time Agreed for Sheriff Dolph Reddishto
City Facing 20% Rise in ]Health Insurance Took delivery of a new Ford 350 clock for the jail at $590. Rescue purchase a washer and dryer for
chassis, bought from Lake Director Cliff Chapman said the the jail for jail rescue unit linens. ,
Facing at least a 20 percent In- $123.90 with the 20 percent increase, Commissoners accepted news of Chevrolet, to carry the rescue unit. clock is used to record official times
crease in health insurance costs and $141.10 with the 35 percent In- the increase calmly. After all, they The chassis cost $10,751 and the con- for rescue and fire runs. The old Agreed to install two ,Crime
Starke commissioners were told crease. been through the same procedureeach .* version of the box will cost $6,250, clock, 14 years old, gave out, Chapman Watch signs on Rock Church Road,
Tuesday night, Aug. 7, the city's City commissioners just beginn- of the past three years. .. giving the county a "new" rescue said. also known as Dedan Church Road
health l insurance policy will be ing work on their new 1984-85 budget, unit for less than$17,000. A new unit, ,CR-231, which loops off CR-18 just
discontinued, and they must. choose accepted Etchart's report but madeno Commissioner Charles Schaefersaid chassis and box, costs some $35,000 Was told Guy Andrews has signedthe east of Brooker.
between two new options. decision. BS-BC agent Etchart he's read hospital costs are going deed donating to the county his
Blue Cross Blue Sheild is con- recommended the 20 percent optionas up 20 percent in the next year* so* Viewed the Ford 350 chassis and lot next to the public boat landing on Was reminded the lease of the J
solidating hundreds of health In- the best buy for the city. the 20 percent increase is in line with the fire fighting body mounted on it the south side of Little Lake Santa Parole Commission for space in the .
surance programs into a few basic The city's monthly premium, now that. '' .'.,I Iu y at the vocational 'unit of Florida Fe on CR-21B. Commission plansare courthouse is up Aug. 31. After that,: .
programs, agent John Etchart told $2,038, would go to $2.581 an In- Etchart said BSBC'pailHrut State Prison:, That chassis came to enlarge the Santa Fe boat the parole commission will move out
the commissioners. The new options crease of $542.64 per month. Etchart $63,090 in the past ,12 months}Ho from Terwillegar Ford.The new fire ramp, build a dock, and Install picnic of the courthouse and the, public
offer better coverage, the agent had all the figures ready for the Starke employees, but earned truck,will be housed with the rescue tables. defender's. staff in. t
pointed out, while he also, told the council, and pulled no punches other $51,481 in premiums, for a 122.54 per- -- -
council it will cost at least $6,511 than calling the rate increases cent loss ratio. -tag' .
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more per year. "premium adjustment." The current contract ends Oct, 1. ,." ., :'.,"' .
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surance policy has a $200 deductible I :" ,' "" ,\:\ ., 'V '," .;., /"" "l,'L,}..FI'n1 : ,,,
limit, has a 70/30 co-insurance ,, ',',' ,.,' I, ", ." ,, ,\' =;"II".," 1f 1\"VI>;",'I, ,
clause meaning BS-BC pays 70 per- THANK YOU ',fThank ; -'If,.,: ,; .,", : i//" """' ":' : ; .. "" ',,c.:::.imi'J! "' v"" "' 1
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figure, and a $1 million limit. \\ \','): ,' ;i'' t G.' '.''r," '".
The 20 percent increase option of- me the opportunity to serve on the city ;
fers a $300 deductible, an 80/20 coinsurance : "l/'i'IIf1'i' Lt.'i_ : '. : 1" .
clause,an$1,300 stoploss.For : "v,..., .lill\ ',' "
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deductible.The new. option also Includes R.E. Bobby' Biggs :' "' Our 50th Rates
unlimited accident coverage for 90' : Anniversary > J
days; the current policy is limited to PD POL ADV r .
$500. The new also offers
option
coverage on skilled nursing care and tD' !
home health care, areas not currently Ce ebraft1g
covered. ,; }Worthy !
The 20 percent increase cost will : ,, : (:'f" "' .; ,
place 'the .
I premium at $employee's sl: .63. ,up'fronn;//imonthly, the current ,,; CDIf&itCooperation ". "_. .. ,' .h."rt.'f'. ,'r,; ''R'Y"Y111ALA '
$52.58. The 35 percent increase
would cost $71.72. I 'Fot o.'ne" '(Ds, i r

An employee, however, pays $3 '
per week, and the city picks up the for Disaster Relief/ .
major portion of the insurance: tab.
Family coverage, now costing * I %
$104.78 per month, would go to Organizational Meeting ,
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH Church/ Simple, : '
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Starke, FloridaSubscription Cliff Chapman Bradford Co. Civil Defense DirectorJames ,6 :

Rates: Curban, Clay County Civil Defense Director .:, j I 1:: Simple Interest :' ,' ;

In-trade area: $10.00 per year Jerry Wilson, Lake Butler Civil Defense 1 \ / '.o' '
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$5.50 six months S 1 \.: V. 12 5SO /0 % ,:. .

& Funding will be through the aNew '
Outside area: $11 J Organization .3 ; '
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$500. Minimum Deposit ,Rite subject to change without notice..,''- ," t tf

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County's comprehensivesoil soil
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survey pot under way this week conservationist Ken Morgan, county
with the arrival of a three-man party forester David Norton, and exten
-of soils scientists, working out of of sion agent Bobby Taylor II
flees in the 1902 courthouse on West Data obtained through the countywide I
Call Street in Starke. soil survey can be useful in

,, Headed by a party leader, Harold many ways: I
Yamataki the team will start next ...II can help a homebuyer or I
week on reconnaissance work In the developer determine soil-related : 1 1l'

field as a first step In a basic system hazards or limitations which +

.of soil classification/ that will includethe adversely affect proposed 1l !
county's entire land mass off homes!tes.
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187.373 acres, excluding 4.672 acres ...It can help land use planners l//. ry
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of water. The first work in the ap determine the suitability of areas for ;
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proximately five-year project will housing or onsite sewage disposal : W
be in the Starke area, then will move systems as well as the individual .- E !

In a southeasterly direction toward! homeowner in determining the best : ... 1
Keystone Heights. location for a septic tank and drain. ; :h Bt ( 'It !
Yamataki, a graduate' of Ohio field. oJ' fj t' 'I

State University'with a degree in ,Soil surveys can help farmers : ) .
agronomy Is assisted by /soil scien- estimate the potential crop or forage .
''tists DArrell Leach and Kevin production of his land, as well as the I

Sullivan. All three came to Bradford location of necessary drainage li'.I. .'" ,.,:. 1. 1
from Sumter County where they just structures. They are also useful In -.I. 1 ':. J :. ,
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completed a soil survey under the determining the suitability and "" "
U.S. Department of Agriculture pro- limitations of soils for' pipelines "" ,' I
gram which will eventually include buildings, landfills, recreation !
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every county in the state and nation areas, and many other uses
.Of Florida's 67 counties 34 have Yamataki said he and his staff are .
already completed soil surveys and pleased with the offices that have County Gets Long-Awaited Rescue Chassis... The li
13 are now in progress. been made available for them in the Chevrolet county paid IO,751 for the Ford 350' chassis, and willw'lM'h pay se.....v re
It took a Ford from Lake to do It, but the county commission' boll transferred to the
new unit A
Cost of old and also with the new rescue unit, '
the survey is shared by the courthouse complete,
look possession of Its long-awaited chassis for the new rescue unit. cost upwards of 135,000. ,
county, state and federal govern cordiality of the community. He said It's not a bit too soon, laid Chairman K.VV, Hodges because both county Shown with the new challis' "-r7 Commissioner homer
will be their field work Hart. Lake
ments with starting
Bradford'sshare they
set at
rescue vehicles were down at the same time for a worried hour or two on Chevrolet sales representative Sarah Roberts "
$45,000 to be paid over a five-year next week and are looking forwardto The Is' .:.W. Commln.loi Chairman ,
a recent weekend. 'county operating with two rescue vehicles; nodges, Emergency Services Director Cliff
period, partially by in-kind matching meeting and working with property Chapman Com mis-
stoner {
three are needed. E.1. (Nook) Norman, Commissioner '
all sections of the Lawrence Mosley and Lake
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Emergency Services Director Cltff Chapman took the Ford 300 chassis Chevrolet Boss Charlie Schrantm. CominlsBloner '
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Water NEW LOW ? 3 BIQ DAYS!

,Lawtey Manager I-l PRICES OAWOearep 6 al 1W ..2l Il Ik Thursday, August 9.
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Friday. August 10.
r. Saturday August 11PRICE
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Lawtey Councilwoman Laura In other action, the council:

Harris regretfully read the resignation ,c1i.p vLlVI'S
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i '.Heard a complaint "
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Watts at the regular monthly Willie Strong that the garbage truck Wm /

;, meeting Monday Aug. 6. "drops more garbage along the road dd'p0p a w'
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GarbagemanBub '
than at the dump. .a V
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Watts recently underwent surgery a .aa.ow ;
that
'.. after having a stroke and will be Barber then explained I;'
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unable to continue his position with many 'times he picks up garbage, { } ;1
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have torn '
d; the city, His resignation is effective bags and boxes dogs open V/ ;
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\ Aug. 28. Watts has been in charge of and that wind blows garbage
the Water Department since its the truck on its way to the dumping "
site. Mayor Scott then asked street I iI
beginning eight years ago. Ir
to have' 4'O'FFI Il
employee Danny Phillips
In Watts' absence; resident Ben
the l
installed dump
sideboards on
McCulley has been running the ,
ALL PANS IN STOCK
", ." Water Departments;' but McCulley truck. Bring Back 1 boonlrorn.greai..l.ctod ,,
; has expressed his Desire not to.;;be cun9 lane, Don fans
Mrs. Rose tan- ,
Was advised that p.daal I.ns,O.cill.ling
permanently Council'members7 emp10 ed. their. caster would be leaving her part- Strong 3'' Ian.,mld Tana a auto fans, j jx I
expressed with the clerk Sept. 1. j Ij
time position
regrets and the City s loss, with
: Lancaster has been working in
.; Watts' resignation. V, "' ; Ji r. Mrs, Effective 4
since
'r'" ifI n.'j, Mrs. Barbara Watts position j ;
.r1; Mrs.Watts resigned recently.On the' "
I ." .' recommendation 'of Clerk'' Lucille
Leadership .1
1 MonltorlngSystem Shuford; the council agreed to hire :

?.I'.Pu.roU PPt9.f.L.... Mrs,'Edith Griffin." for..- the. .part-time". *.:;-.'. ratio' .,A 1 t t97t1.91
,At'e: ) '/ Watts'and Chair.eman post.:"n': : ElectE.

.Harris, ,the .Council Tabled, until the council) can Lj !; ''tI'

Unanimously monitoring; system' agreed which to purchase will check;a street assess light the problem to be Installed, a request on CR-123 for a'' Ed i

voltage, fluctuationsand the residence! of Rudy' Higgin-
neat
automatically 'restart nutors botham. T J188 5Bp.i91 I
without an operator manually doing YARBROUGHState leg 1.47 TO ni Ll 1
8 :'3'hls system will( cost $830. from MURIATICACID BATTERIES DENIM JEANSK.eps ,
eRecelved a history report alkaline level vaready Super Heavy Poly/collon w/4 pocket I 41 t
Need for such a safeguard was ''attorney Johnny Hobbs, of the firm down, On gallon Duty O. D. tV 2.pk and ityllno,iM4R ". and
, I made,apparent when the city lost of Tomlinson and Brown, regardingthe Representative AA 4-k ne"IM slim 1
4 ,water pressure a week or so ago and 1I
; that deed to the present city -
fact a
Watts had to restart the background and fife is similar ME '!3 I
{ manually has never been recordedIn My style to yours except t am a /

.\' motors,with the help of several peo- the property city a name.Council membersthen FORMER DIRECTOR of the Florida Sheriff's bureau in TallahasseeNow I I
-pie. If this had gone on much longer agreed to name three trustees 'and "'-' ; 0 I I
the FDLE former three-term Baker Sheriff .
it would have done quite a bit of the ( ) a: County ...
would have the right to relay 5
''f damage The monitoring system' will who city property, to the City of Lawtey. This will,be a big plus for you and 'I I when I ;pm your State' ta 5 77

: !'"' eliminate risks. The matter is simply a' formality Representative because the people I am close to In The slate fIag.7n '

" ,: since the court has retained jurisdic : ....__.:II' DENIM JEANS
and will' qualify me' for good comrhltlee: ,., Assignments that will" ___- 1a ;,. 100Keollon demur I
4 '1.\ ...t, tion over this land since 1937 and the Nana w/4 pockab 2e11 .
1.1<', .: Odor from Animal Waste'' court could appoint trustees.: : help our people .- 34. '

:II ." Draws Several Complaints' Trustees, for, this purposq'only, My background In agriculture will benefit you In. the same

"t'I'' Complaints caused will\ be Mrs. Laura ,Harris Councilman way. The voice of the farmer and cattlemen has been weak, in 1')63 017e 088 '
bad odor
from Emmett Bright, and Police ;f
,J.t' by the spraying animal ''waste'from Chief M.M., Jordan, Attorney f Hobbs debate in the House recently. I want to be the spokeman for 'the; Reg., 19.03 Reg. 1 87 rip, t2 ee

.. .. the dog pens of Councilman Marvin assured the council he would see all rural counties in N.E. Florida in. the tegisfature.
4 Rosier were heard by the council. the necessary steps are taken and he like ours only has one representative,, he has to be a strong, effective 7 10. trash bag Flla 20 10 granular dry
I' ""v. .: Roser.who offered to Stop spraying would stick this project until' the eonlainen 26 gallon en. eMnrl eta
,', i 1. the effluent from his dog pens, city ,land, is,by'indeed, In the name of leader to being, ,any recognition' to'your district I believeI II J 'Rubbermsldl ,
1 said he'd had before. < \
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no complaints the city. I CAN DO that _
!i1;,t VOne of our neighbors .(referring ,
Let's not wait any longer on promls we need Action Now. .r
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Learned that\ the budget hearing
t9''", ,' ,of animal wastes by spraying it fin the city's proposed use Federal I appreciate what. each of you are doing in my behalf and: rc4/k/ i 1

t,L' ,around and it is now going into the ''Revenue Sharing funds Is set' Aug.. will repay,you with service, 16 ,d 1 k
POPOIAbV! ,
I t Yf ) ... ditches. The city doesn't have an ordinance 30. 1 i
Ij .... about this, but needs to be /' f<'
4 stopped.*' the'council was -_ 93 BOYS'
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r<.','J.';"< aoAnnHarley .
Mrs. Myra Rafuse. Ms. Meg. 3 t7

,, and Mrs. Rafuse/appeared : L'--T' I I f MUSCLE SHMTSPolycollon ,
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'1 before the 'council about ''the ''pro- 'Vote hint In Mat ash *B-10 i 1
"a' /:blem. Sept. 4 forHAROLD 693 19 "TO 397 88 94W

*? "''; '"."I am just temporarily'' exyr" 13 Hi*) 2 97 To 4 07, L. '.
'; ;"perimentlng with the hopes of plan* WEB SAND CHAIR RUBBERMAIDACCESSORIES R.g S{{ W c' Price
>** Multicolored webbing LADIES ROMPERS lEVI'S SHORTS
for the the futures If
ling nursery'ln on sturdy lutoulaf' Wash b.ak.6disbdrainTarryclolbElaakna.d. Polycollonwnfaid.tram. .
'-this Is 4 health hazard I will stop it.. I er or tall kllch.n baek.l top end waist 8, M, L pockete. eipino) 8-XI.'
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''YLhaven't had any complaints before

I turfs",.. If it was bothering you. you should 4TT'J '
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n c It r Rosier said. '
i ,! :') *, When Harley said, the county DAVIS .
i -w t ,,'Health Department ,had said .its''would.contactMmRosierrreplied ,
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; r. v -'Well. I beg to differ with you but I ,
t i 'have not heard from them, r'crolcE
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j i Robert Scott then asked if, .Ms.:
would be satisfied Rosier '
.' Harley, '
; ':3J&' ;;,.; ould stop the spraying operation. bounty l Clerk: 47 "eg _?' 0 87'* '

" \i1\ MSM Harley replied ."Yes but they Rp,.t ir, Oupont CAR CLEANERS Qreil Rag 4.27 a Beg:art t':
;, .Clt should look Into passing a polluifTdinance : AIR MATTRESS Rellectlon liquid we*. LADIES* BIKINIS NYLOMSOCKS
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I on this,subject:Jf' \ ; "; : : 27">72" vinyl Inflatable ){a or paiile was 14at Pcxy/cotlon penile d., u.n'a 1OO%nylon Mf t'.J\,
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.f.. : :, :,1 '.' : elf mall,.... Tannery Wain N'oust..style 8, M.t. wad color*. One Mefn
f \ .,' ,I'"'" '", '" '"j", ';' %: ;. .,-irr"\ ,". We'rertYwinga'Bradford County Ou/vr, eed* are changing. No )onger. can we,sit back confenf : W.a, 1{0f ':'
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I which leaps bound, are inevitable. 6f1 f these will
"F IWiTi", are growing by prid ; change, : Many changes

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k ''111'i -(i odi j as the
I .t '. I have, greptiy,(ncreosedl'ova V'ihe'' pasf several! yeafi/-; nd"f financier. planning, investing and
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r J We firmly) belrrebq"that:: Harold''Davis' l Is 'qualifj d ''to, meet ,ihes!;/rowing changes and: I .... Ivory Shampoo o and corKrHnnw; 3'4

r manage! oor.clark'i office and expanded!staff (In q competerfilendiyaat4; elficienJ( manner. Rag./1 N.if NoNnaI.dr1,t.' ; '','a oily Miry 1_'.._... EA, .-' Prw., f4.p i er

f j' .,' j f 'iI Do'your 'part' to,.aid"! : .in tpmmunity growth ,And, dovefopmen' ; ; tl4 Harold Davis Bradford .d.n.re.anpnnr.,64allawr4ar'...... ..QftI. I''i' :' IM II...... itint; HIIM ,' .." .',< ... 't 't'" T('ount\ol o r.rktl.ep.7 ', :'r'ii'l'"l'' ) Sirengih_ terry lnanka. SUeaM. ,}I eeaw j
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Starke was still In New River County when heard in this area. Among these are the family Quigley Howell Baisden, the storekeeper, wasa \
the 1860 Census was taken, 124 years ago. names of McRae, Baisden, Crosby,Johns, An- great uncle of the late Addle Baisden and
Thirty-eight families were enumerated by the dreu, Hollingsworth, Wynn, Triest, Lee, Mrs. Lettie Stilly, of Starke. .' You've read about "EXECUTION CITY", as Starke has been
census-taker with an average of four to a Gatlin, Mansell, Norman Dowling, Martin, .
household, for a total population of 138. White, and Long. It Is interesting to note that among the occupations labeled by some of the more sensational news media now read
listed in the census, there were ten side of our 127 year old "home
about the' POSITIVE
Slaves (if Little is known about most of the earliest settlers more.
any) were not counted in this cen- farmers,six merchants,four carpenters,three ,
sus, taken Just one year before the outbreak of ,but I if a history could be compiled of them lawyers, three wheelwrights, two physicians, town". ,
the Civil War. E.R. (ves, the enumerator who and their activities, It would make interesting and one each: teacher, preacher, blacksmith, The other side of the coin Is presented In the current issue of

conducted this nosecount, found 137 white reading. and hotel keeper Myer Triest, Jas. C. Brown, "North Florida Living", a slick paper magazine, published In
residents and one Negro boy, Thomas Jane Andreu was the widow of Francis N. Thomas Dillon, Howell Baisden, John H.
,attractions and
Williams, who, it was noted, made his home Andreu, who received a land grant from the Burgheim, and George Pace were merchants. Gainesville, that describes the many delights
with the family of George Pace, in the large U.S. Government in 1843 to the 40 acres in west Lawyers were Madison Woodward, Minton E. enjoyed by 'those who are privileged to live and work In North
two-story home that still stands today on South Starke which now includes properties on the Bloodworth, and James Devine. Florida.

Water Street. Only "free inhabitants" were south side of Highway 100, just inside the pre Wm. W. Gordon and Wm. Hollingsworth The the tone of the magazine which
counted, according to a notation on the census sent city limits. opening paragraphs set
sheet, which accounts for the almost total were physicians, listed. Wheelwrights wereElberfE will go on sale Thursday at The Office .Shop The Bradford
absence of blacks on the list. Andreu was originally from Spain and for a e,Stephen Smith, and Wm. M. Cox. 'and
while operated a boat between St. Augustine Daniel McRae, Robert F. White and James T. County, Telegraph, the Starke Public Library, newsstandsat
The 1860 census, recorded on microfilm at and Charleston, S.C. It was there that he met Brough were carpenters. Winn-Dixie, Pantry Pride, and Eckerd's,

the Florida Library, reveals of Florida that more History than,half University of the early of- dants and married are the Jane late Aiken.Congressman Among their R.A.descen-(Lex) Other occupations listed were: John Hodges, "Good people. Good people, that Is, who love their community

settlers of Starke came here from Georgia or Green, and Senator-Governor Charley E. railroad agent) William Hazel, hotel keeper; are not afraid of work 'and are willing to 'work together to
Solomon Missionary
South Carolina. Surprisingly, the South Caroli- Johns. preacher F.Thomas Holiday B. Tompkins railroad Baptist Improve the quality of their lives. That's the secret of what
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tally nians sheet outnumbered,which might the lend Georgia some Boys credence on the to 1 Another of the 1860 census group, Abraham supervisor; John Dupree blacksmith; James amounts to a kind renaissance In Starke, Florida, accordingto

the story that Starke was named for a South Crosby,was listed as school teacher. He later Pickles, engineer; Franklin; Dees, Abram J.E. Tomlinson, president of the Chamber of Commerce and
Carolina native, Madison Starke Perry, who served as State Senator in the 1881 Legislature, Benjamin Gatlin; teamster; and the Florida National Bank."
was governor of Florida at the time. and was a part-time preacher,residing later on Crosby, teacher.
a farm near Brooker. He was a brother of Farming the most popular occupationand And so the story begins..and there is much, much more, 'In

Virginia There,was North a Carolina sprinkling, New of residents York, Connec-from Richard Crosby, the father of Phil Crosby,who Included was; Edward M. Lee, John Perry (or eluding pictures from the town's historic past, as well as up-to-

ticut, Nova Scotia, Ireland, England, and Ger begat numerous descendants now residing.in Terry), Jane Andreu (widow); John R. Pace, date scenes of.modern buildings and facilities constructed In re
Bradford County and other areas of Florida.Dr.
many. Very few were listed as being natives of Jonathan Beech, George W. Martin, M. cent years. Starke's humble beginnings from a crossroads townin
Florida, and among these was Mr. Pace, who Hollingsworth was the greatgrandfatherof Mansell, John S. Speir, John Gatlin, and 1857, to the hectic "boom town" days of Camp Blanding and
the late Frank C. Hollingsworth,and the late Leaston A. Winn.
was a 'partner in thetown's-eaille t "big Its present efforts to become a "Blue Chip" community, and
Mrs. Frank both of Starke.
store" Richarde & Pace. Hemmingway, Total value of real estate in the Original
,
home of a Santa Fe Community College center are all told In
Leaston Winn (or Wynn) was the great- Town of Starke was listed at$41,800, and total
Of the 45 different family names found in the grandfather of the late L.A., L.J., Gus, and value of personal property was $136,416. colorful story that spreads over six pages In the SeptemberIssue
1860 census, almost a third are still commonly ,Jack Wynn,and the late Minnie (Mrs: J.T.) of "North Florida Living",

This Is an article you wilt want to preserve for your childrenand

grandchildren, so get your copy (or copies) now while they

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Won't Cure Growing Pains -
You might not realize it by looking at the center and buy whatever you see. But
1 thermometer, but fall is not too far away. remember, vegetable varieties differ In
And, it's time to start thinking about plan quality. And they vary in both disease-
According to a State 'Capitol news Plans'for the realization of this'pro ting your backyard vegetable garden. The resistance and climatic adaptability factors
commentator Tallahassee officialdomis ject were explained in detail this weekat information this week should sound which can be vitally Important. To
coming to realize that small com- meetings of the County Commissionand familiar to experienced gardeners.But a find out which varieties are recommendedfor
I brief review shouldn't hurt anyone.And, I our area, get a copy of extension circular
munities have some of the same problems the Starke City Commission with hope it will help those trying vegetable 104, "The Vegetable Gardening
related to population growth as spokesmen from all phases of community gardening for the first time. Guide",from our County Extension Officeon

the larger cities. The main difference is life participating in the discussion. Asa Just about all vegetable crops can be North 301 in Starke.

that'the small communities, up to now result of this clarification and up- : grown in our area,if you plant them in the In the next few weeks I'll go into more
have not received any specialized help dating of information both boards were right seasons. It's even fun to try things detail about things you'll need to do to In-
with their difficulties.The given a clearer picture of the overall like asparagus, rhubarb, and globe artichokes sure a successful garden. Next week will
improvement plans in the Blue Chip' The Nitty GrittyMed although they really aren't well- be about designing your garden for greater
tendency among state policy- adapted to our growing conditions. The efficiency and productivity.
holders has been to look at small towns, program and other unified, how they Connelly, a retired executivewith most important thing is to grow vegetablesyou
and growth-related problems in all fit together in a approach to Kraft Foods International, nowa and your family like to eat.

the same light as those besetting the big the problems of future growth. resident a training of Hampton course Lake for C, of conducted C The first consideration in planning your FORESTRY-

cities, coping with their ofnevtfdomers. Tlw Florida Tlmai-UnJon starting Monday, Membership Drive workers Monday garden is where to put it.You want it fairly
should has turned its close to your house.8Q,It's handy to,, work,
: Instead they look at attention to the small
afternoon] in. And, you want It near an outside water IN Bi3ADFORD,6ouNTY: '
the needs of small towns and counties in Northeast Florida' .
pecifi
$ towns 1 faucet, so that irrigation! ;isn't a,..problem. <-
Rep. Ray. Liberti Democrat of West which "also have their dreams'-: and Chamber Named ". *H vl'But;qocate 'the garden'sO 'it g ts 'fuU'' .m )9sreyDadwsNeetoll* "Ponuoa. .'
with and sunlight all day. Unfortunately, few of
problems dealing growth", : us t'.
Palm Beach and chairman of the ,
how they are attempting to plan for enjoy that luxury. So, we have to choose '
House Select Committee on Growth growth. First in the series was "The CommitteesFor between morning sun and afternoon sun. Record Crop of Slash Pine
Management, says one inherent pro- In any case, plant fruiting crops, such as
blem in coping with growth in Blanding Corridor", Highway 21 from tomatoes, corn, cucumbers: and melons
small communities is that their many size Orange Park to Middleburg to Keystone Blue Chip 1 where they will get the most sun. Leaf androot Seedlings AvailableThe
stand little
Heights. -- crops generally. can 'a
-
puts them at a disadvantage in making Committee chairmen to head each of six shade. Division of the
capital improvements. "They have a Starke and Bradford County are main phases of the Blue Chip Community Forestry stepped up
You might want to fence your garden, to production'of tree seedlings by several
higher expense on almost everything" already beginning to feel the effects of program were! announced at the monthly i keep out nuisances. Dogs and even wild million trees this year in response to increased
because small scale projects are less this southward growth from Jackson meeting of the Chamber of Commerce animals such as rabbits can be a problem.A plantings by landowners. It grows.
cost-effective than large ones. Even ville and also the northward expansionfrom Board of Governors Thursday, Aug. 2. fence also will serve as a trellis for pole about half the 160 million seedlings planted
Objective of the committees is to make beans,tomatoes,and other that need each year in Florida, with large wood-
the Gainesville crops
when is not involved state officials area. the
money county .and its four municipalities, support.. using industries producing the rest for
tend to believe that local officialsin Starke, Lawtey and Brooker
The slow,but steady growth here, of Hampton their own uses.
smaller communities "just can't get into an area equipped to compete with In some cases,you'll also have to protect <
course cannot compare with the spec- other Florida cities and towns in attractingnew your crops from nearby trees and shrubs. A record crop of 33.S million Improved
their act together". I tacular growth of Clay County which industry and improving the overall Tree and shrub roots will compete with slash pine seedlings is growing in state

An instance of this is now occuring in gained. 34,993 residents in the decade.Between quality of community life. vegetables for nutrients and water. So, to nurseries this year to supply landowners
Gainesville where the city and county and 1980 to reach its pre-- The six committees and initial members give your crops the edge, dig a trench during the 198443 winter planting season.

cannot agree on what kind of growth sent total of almost 70 000. Growth in (others may be appointed) are: about around one-and-a-half the garden. Line to two one feet deer the all These Improved seedlings grow to good

should occur there and each govern- Bradford is inevitable, however and is Economic Development Richard,Wel- trench with roofing paper or plastic film, form than.ordinary and an estimated slash 15 percent This is faster good

ment is trying to make all the decisions.At already taking place. It is predictedthat Futch.ty,chairman'; Medford Connelly and Steve and fill it in again.This will form a barrier news for tree planters pines.seeking to boost

present if appears the matter will the county's population now just plants.against the' roots of nearby landscape Umber production on their land.

end up in the courts,which is the last over 20,000 will increase to 30,000 by Community Assessment and Im- "We hope to have enough to supply the
provements Bill Marchese, chairman; Of course, good soil is Important. Unfortunately .-
1990. demand, but
place an inter-governmental argument we never have had enough
Reggie E.L. Matthews Linda Gill-
Flynn, ,
as backyard gardeners; most of before. Therefore
landowners should
should be settled.Fortunately Are we prepared? ingham, Susan Faulkner, and Kitten Den- us have to do the best we can with the kind their orders to us quickly to be sure get of
Starke and Bradford mark. of soil we have; However, we can give our "
Clay County is already thinking about reserving a supply of these trees said
County so far have seemed capable of fees construc- Community Information Olivia Scott gardens a boost by mixing in organic Forest Management Chief W.R,Helm.
imposing materials
impact on new like
things manure and com .
solying most of their own problems. In chairman; Terry Vaughn, Ben Dickerson. ,, Nearly four million of the Improved
tion within the next two or three'years, and Susan Faulkner.Existingv'lndustry. post.With such supplements, we can grow
the current effort to assure ,the right such as those assessed in South and Central vegetables even if our home soil Is nothing slash pines already have been reserved by
.
Jerome' Johns, but sand. landowners, but some 29 million remain
kind of growth in the establishment of a
Florida counties. Broward County, chairman; Rip O'Steen Roger Jones, Len available. Order taking began July 1,with
countywide Florida Blue Chip Com it is said, has a fee of up to $800 per new Schlofman"Byron Terwillegar; and Keq Before you ever plant the first seeds or delivery.during,the winter planting season.
munity and other projects related to dwelling. Hopefully Bradford County Platt. ;, vegetables, you need to think about the ahead.,
vegetable varieties you'll choose to
the overall picture such as the will never have to resort to such drastic *Finance'Assistance Availability -. J.E. Of course,.you could walk into your garden grow. Another pine supplied. bY' the state
establishment of a community college measures, but if growth continues and Tomlinson chairman; Larry.Reddish and nurseries Is the rust-resistant loblolly also
center to serve ambitious students the demand for services and expanded .Ray Norman, Cancer Drive Aided 'a major commercial tree in Florida.Some
five
throughout the county, renew the"downtown" utilities is to be met,, such fees may Site and Building Availability Geor e' By Black Areas;; for both million Improved are still slash available.and rust-resistant The price
,Call Street district clean Roberts chairman L.M. Gaines, Bill
become inevitable.One .> ; loblolly is$17 thousand
Nearing Goal per seedlings.
up unsafe and unsightly areas, and provide Alderman Medford Connelly Gerry Ely,
adequate space for potential industries Clay County official was quotedas and. Jim Crosby. Several other species, of trees are
saying that one of the most important 'The Black Communities of Bradford available for purchase from the state
both bodies seem willing to Nine board" members volunteered 'to County have made a major contribution of nurseries; These include the Choctawhat-
elements in is citizen
assist these related to the controlled growth in the membership drive .chee sand remain
projects extent serve as captains $1,007 toward the success of the current pine, 3.5 million
of their ability. involvement. In recent months it has headed up' by Steve Denmark, who American Cancer Society fund drive,Miss available and the longleaf pine, with 2.8 ,.
been demonstrated that there are thosein reported there are 210 businesses in the Lillian Stump county chairman announced million still available.Both are in great demand
.:.. With a local center available for advanced our community who are ready and county 'that! are non-members of the Monday. and nearly half the total productionof
chamber the present time. The drive Under the each already has been reserved by landowners -
education people from willing to become involved with these leadership of Maurice White
young through August with a goal of The of sand is$IS
will continue and Mae Frances Jenkins the following price pine per I
every part of the, county will benefit, growth factors. This willingness has increasing (lie current membership of 172 volunteer workers raised funds in their 'thousand and longleaf pine is$20 per that ;
and it Is expected that the number of been shown to our governing bodies. by 76 percent i communities to contribute to the total: .- sand.A .

students enrolled in Santa Fe courses Together private citizens and city and Reggie Flynn, chairman of the Highway Starke.. Norma J. Cunningham Beulah total production of'250,000 live oaks
will double within a few years after the .county officials must begin now planning Beautification Committee, reported that: Lennon. Barbara :Reed,.'Evelyn Banks, and. laura oaks has already been ex
center is opened here. for the future. 'design sketches and guidelines for planting Clarice Fernandez, Evelyn, Taylor, hausted. btlt.adequate'supplf. 'cWI'a'"
; the U.S. 301 medians within the city Jerutha OeSue, and Mary Strong (Lawtey available for regulaNorth Florida stash )
limits of Starke had been received from and Starke). pine at 113 per Virginia pmea
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the State Department of Transportationand Lawtey n Eyelena Kitties,!and''Emma ( popular thousandse )at KO
It was hoped that work will begin on Strong. per. thousand. ;,

,. HELP SUPPORT : this project by November. Hampton Mozella Smith and Alberta '
> Other
t' Plans were discussed for the observanceof deciduous 'trees aWl available
,
It, Appreciation Week,Sept. 17.21, Dell.BrookerNew from the Division of Forestry nurseries-
7S The Industry River John Kelly.
,1: !? Many CountyWide Improvements :: with emphasis on recognition of existing Pleasant Grove Mary Alice Mostcy, duds red cedar and bald cypress,both$80
Industries already operating in the county. Annie P: thousand and flowering; dogwood'at \
r f NOW r .t :. Linda Leggett Tyson Murphy; .
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... ,L' "' : UNDER W'1"'X: # It was voted for the chamber to sponsora Keystone HeiglLlHarold Wanton. per thousand i
x ii: : series'of open-house get-togethers for Chairman Stump said that .,800 has Information about how 'to'order tree
; < In Bradford County and Starke :& '::*' members and their spouses to be held bimonthly been raised' toward the(10,000 goal which 8eedl1.,." is available from any local Divl.sion -
'' i'T. "jt** fef v ''**?*'''sf. **?'M* "'i-'i' :*- fir a trial period of one year.:A should be reached by September 1.Anyone of Forestry office, and landowners
.... 'T //'j: Blue ,Chip Community "'*,!;"'''"'''';' /;' ,..,,' different iSelness will host the open house who has not yet contributed may. do so by. 'may' obtain advice and other asaattence,, ,
r-:: .Starjce '. each monJb-PlaiM for these events will be, contacting the chairman: 'Fores ioM, at, JM ,County :
.t' ,-: Center-Santa,. Fe Community!! (ege 1. announced: later. v '
''*'* "" ,. Buslnesf''improvement awards for the

msr. );: ." i"(. Downtown Progress'd. Others. ." ." >:;' .*' ';, ,J.., '. the month extemntoe were presented remodeling to and'Le expansion Sparks for of --=: :

J'OINYOu' ? CHAMBER Of\COMMERCE the Florid*,Theatre to become Starke' .
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Vickie Nicula and Jay Eaves



I .:. Repeat Vows July 20Vfckfe Social Side i !:

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: Genell Nicula, daughter of Shauna Morgan was flower girl :;

|Lawtey Mr. and,and Mrs.Andrew OcUvlan Jay Eaves Nicula, son of and bearer.I Brando' Shuford was ring- Gladys Mooty Of The' i i r

of Mr. and Mrs' Andrew J. Eaves,' The bride, given in marriage by i
1 HI of Starke > 1.
Editor
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were united in marriage her father wore a white organza Society ,
Friday, July' 20, at 8 pm in gown featuring a mandarin
Northside Baptist Church with Rev. neckline, Leg-O-Muffin sleeves, basque 964-7608 News I
t James Cowart performing the pup waistline triple-tiered flounced : '
lisle hemline and all with Venise and ... .,,,- _
The = '!I-
I' : chancel area of the church chantilly lace attached. The gown !''i"V $i>'i"'i esssl
'was centered with a heart had a full chapel length train and bib .
candelabra flanked by two standing ruffle on the neckline. A white dou- : Mabel Wainwright'
arrangements .of. white gladiolus, ble floral headpiece secured the 'i Celebration '
pink carnations,' burgundy hand rolled "lettuce" edge silk veiling lii 3'i I Sunday
miniature carnations and white ; She'carried a traditional styled PIj' : / ,
:. jackstrawpoms. On either side were 'cascade bouquet of 'White bridal Mrs Mabel Wainwright will
< celebrate
her 90th Saturday
two spiral candelabra and birthday
large roses, stephanotis, pink sweetheart
areca palms graced the floor >area roses and mixed foliages and baby's ,.... Aug. 11, with a family picnic
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and other vantage points. breath. lunch and a birthday reception Sun-
, Mrs. George Canova, pianist, and A reception was held in the church {. ,, + ti day 'at the Kingsley Lake Civic to
Charlotte Young and Jimmy Fellowship Hall. Donna Moody kept w Center between the hours 3 and 9p.m. i
Alvarez.,, soloists, presented a pro'grMr. ths bride's book. i "4 I' \, t11 All. ..friends and r <'p'. Fi .
: relativeSQare'invited
E nvepstattended The bride's table was centered witha f ,\
his best ,to attend. I
son as II
three-tiered white wedding cake
.man. Ushers were George Canova, .p 9I. I
decorated with pink roses, towering It
Bret Smith, Jeff
Wainwright Jack
Waterhouse over a water cascade. The cake was t
.; and Perry Nicula, \ encircled with miniature wedding ta "
Mrs. Austin Cummings served as cakes. Mrs. George Shuford and Mrs. Mary Wright, f" \
matron of honor. Attendants' ?
Mrs Carlton Faulk; Kathy Gritfis Were, Floyd Jenkins cut the cake. r ,air Everett Rhoades 7' ,r ,; "
in '
Assisting Melissa
serving were a + 'I''
Carmen Eaves, Mrs Jack WedAug. .: > .{
Kelley and Lynette Wainwright I li lir liwr u To 11 a I
Waterhouse and Mrs, Perry Nicula presiding at the punch bowls; Cathy I. q1 1 ,
They wore suede rose chiffon gowns Higgenbotnam cut the groom's cake; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M.,Wright of ... .
over tafCeta'with off-the-shoulder Mrs. L.C. Sapp served at the foodtable Lawtey announce the approaching I
lines; empire waist' ,capelet sleevesr and Zeda Shuford and Betty marriage of their daughter.'Mary. to 'i ,
and "pick-up" .bustle baqk; and Kelley catered and directed the wed Everett G. Rhoades of Gainesville, Mabel Wainwright
flounce hemline. They carried mixed .ding. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rhoades

'nosegays1 of white1 jackstraw Following a wedding trip to Busch .....;...." "'..n".. 'of Macclenny. Jr>, .
pomspink* i miniature carnations; Gardens and Sea World, the couple is The wedding is'planned for Saturday
miniature breath, and burgundy residing in Lawtey.The Aug. 11, at 7.p.m. in .Morgan '' 1
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carnations. The honor attendant's ? bride is Road Church Class' of'59 ;
employed by Jack Did You Know,---- ----- ------------- Baptist Starke. .
bouquet :was\similar: except Besoner and Associates as a court ., All friends and'relatives are invited Planning Reunion ; i" ',
pink sweetheart roses were In- reporter. Mr. Eaves Is a mechanic for to attend. .
cluded.sYeti, \ '.-,1' "1 Harry, preen Auto Parts. Sandra Reddish has been named Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of The bride-elect is attending Santa BIIS I
The class of will holds
\ h : ,.' .,..' sales director for Mary Kay Humbolt, Tenn. spent last week in Fe Community'' College and, is 1959 ;
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I' Cosmetics, Inc. following a weeklong -,.> ,,Starke visiting friends and relatives employed by Dutch Pantry, Inc. In planning meeting for a class reunion l
r training session at Mary Kay's'al.d while here they 'attended the (Gainesville.Mr. Monday night at 7 p.m at the "
rl : International headquarters in' : of their nephew, Richard Rhoades is attending the Western Steer Steakhouse. &
Dallas, Texas. mwe4d1ng msin New port Richey. University of Florida and is also All and graduating members are Invited I

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Jr.-Sr. Golf Tournament B-U RealtorsHostingSummer Pro-School 1 Screening'

,Sunday, August 19 J Outing At B-U Vo-Tech: .
''At,.Country Club Saturday, Aug.' 11 '. l
.V : A preschool screening conductedby 1
V':' 'The Starke Golf and Country Club Mr.and Mrs Delano Thomas will the Bradford County Exceptional ,f A.
:":'will host an open invitational Junior. host a '"Summer Outing" for the Student Education Program and
.Senior"Golf Tournament Sunday; Bradford-Union Board of Realtorsand Florida Diagnostic and Learning' j. .
i,August 19. This should prove to be a friends Saturday, Aug. 11, Resources System, will be held' .it!f> .
."fun, affair for all ages, no' matter' beginning at 3 p.m..at their home on August 21-22 for handicappedchildren
''what your handicap. A cookout is Fire Lane 55, Kingsley Lake. children suspected of
scheduled to follow the tournament. Cecelia Terwillegar, chairman, 'being handicapped, ages two' Bradford Printers
"I Bring your'-'own-partner or Club said the response has been outstanding through four.
,/Manager Herb Herres will arrange and each office will furnish hors The screening will be held at the I
d'oeuvres with Chef Thomas Bradford-Union Area Vocational 110 W. Call Street Starke Florida
'one for you. Call today.<964-5441, for doing ,
'registration information:/' the cooking. Starke.Technical Center, 609 N, Orange St., 'I I



_Glenn Dawn Chilson Corbett, y"; : :& \; '., t t"To The James O'Brlans' developmental hearing The screening, speech/language measures.will include I L, ., :, ',' .,;:..... ,:,;POLITICAL; PRINTING.
Give be tli "' '
,r Ilnner.r-arty'; : Appointments may VISlon'1 ',,, ( I' -
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;.nounce their.dayghter th. c jw* Dawn elhlgemariage.-Chilean-and of,r'I.1; I ei 1 r : 1Ifhrl1l( I .-.. tiniald Hard/,''Jr: ;.rll": ":;,if'I w'rr.....:,;' t !" ",,.lIob'i'' r.I la....++fJ'W".1s.i,. ,., "- 'Wi. -Z,tf':. I t :'fet'jWW'J i r -'" 'J( ., /,'
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Glenn Corbett, son of Ms. Jan Cor- They showed slides of their recent ,Celebrates Birthday onDlg.
bett and Melvin Corbett of Starke, .
trip to Germany and served a menu .
which will be an event of Aug. 10,at 8 which featured a variety of German Donald Hardy, Jr. celebrated his';: .1 I fc 'Poster
p.m. in the Starke Church of God. dishes. seventh birthday Saturday Aug. 4, Ii
All friends and relatlvesarq in- The dining area was decorated when his parents Mr. and Mrs. Don I. a
vited to attend. with 'travel posters and German Hardy, gave a hamburger fry and SizeONE rsI
souvenlers. pool party for him and 11 friends bet I I 1.
'M Out-of-town guests were Mr. and ween the hours of 11 a.m.and 3 p.m:, II. ; :
l II Robbin Wadsworth Mrs. Robert Barksdale and grandson held at the home of Donald's aunt, ', .
Shower:; Honoree Cody, of Humboldt, Tenn. and and uncle, Mr:and Mrs. Bob Milner,' I I '
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Murray and on Debra Street. 1
:"Miss .Robbin Wadsworth. bride- granddaughter, Jennifer, of St The refreshment table was' I WEEKDELIVERY. : :
'M:.elcct.of Rusty Barrett,.was honored, George, S.C. centered with a Star Wars decorated 1 :\ ,' ,
'at a bridal shower Aug. 2, given by birthday cake. '
: Mrs. Alexis Miller, Mrs. Jean Nor- Ms.Jane Greene of Waldo assisted ...' '
toman. Mrs: Shyrer I Crawford- Mrs. GraduateHonoredWith ? in,serving and Don Hardy and Jim I : :
:L1nda Patrick, Miss Diana, Dinner Party Peronto were life guards. I
:crawford, Mrs. Tonya'Hodges and, ,
.''MrSiMlra Williams. TT
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Patty MuIIins and Betsy Yawn- ,
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l>, .. The honoree was pleasantly sur- i :
who
u i 2 prised,. Special after guests work on included Thursday Robin Aug.tr 's.. from Bonghi the University graduated of Florida Saturday, and Lynda A. Chaires, I *:|!fe have. computerized typesettingto, ; provide ,the', best quality''
Diane Yawn Mullins, who
graduated
Doyle'Conner, Jr. '
;,#mother.Mrs,Margaret!Wadsworth, from available in the industry. .r i ,; *". I '
the ;
of "' Saturday University of .. 'I, ; ,, .. :. \ "
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Hampton
1 -'After.refreshments; were served! Central Florida, 'were honored at a Engagement Told .',/x* I 'r.and gifts'were.opened i the hostesses dinner party Saturday evening given ''J' I '. '; ,

'%*'presented"' ,Miss Wadsworth 'with acookbook by Yawn Mrs and R.S.Miss Mullins Teresa, Mrs.Hobbs Lila at Rae the Chaires Mr. and Jr. of Mrs.Tampa Eugene announce Ellis the ,,1'<',''We have modern offset presses to print a quality''product.,
and a set of silverstone'
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engagement and ,
Mullins farm on Raiford Road. approaching marriage \ (
s i cookware.: The family room was decorated of their daughter, Lynda. of ;.,' :
with balloons and streamers and the Tallahassee, to Doyle Conner, .]r. .
V" dining' table was centered with a son of Honorable Doyle Conner and *;;ie: have competitive prices, bring your invoice, sample copiesofrrlnting

'n*II.1A'.Er.c Shower; Honoree Norman,,; ;'?f;n-v ;.>/. graduate.Garfield cat dressed up. as a Mrs, The,Johnnie bride-elect Bryant is of employed Tallahassee.by I ? : ;;desired and we 'will 'save'you' $$$ over what your last job

The 29 members of the family and Century College, cost. :- ,. '
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::.',' :Miss Nancy Aarts,) whose 'iinar-;; friends attending included Mr and Mr. Conner is employed by ; : .1 ...
Southern Consultant. I ',
Agriculture
riage to Eric Norman was an event, Mrs. Glenn Mullins of Orlando and i'i'! .. ... \
I The wedding Is '
for
planned Oct.
of Aug.'3, 'was honored at a bridal 'Mrs. Carolyn Izzler and Mr: and 13, .
":shower on July 17 given by Mrs. Mrs. Shelton Peddle and family of at 7 p.m in Tampa. I I ,
a-Velmarie Edwards and Mrs. Shan Ocala. '
'"'"John at the home of'the latter.ln' .. -' I ONE! WEEK: DELIVERY '
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"v .the prizes bride-elect.were won Refreshments and later given were to I, Experienced, Qualified a ,;t; Quality printing at a c competitive price' ...:.'<' '. :

served from a table covered with a II .
i white handmade crocheted cloth and and Dedicated, +. < c, Business Forms Letterheads {, ,: ":." f'
centered with earthtone colored *'' Stationary DirectMail Pieces .. ,',' ;I
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"arrangementof :
flowers "
.e'and punch'were servedii :' .. -.'. RE-ELECT ;',. ',,' ", 'I", '* Register Forms, *.Estimate Sheets,. ..../1tt "

oftThe. i hostesses presented, the,' 1. .:Y'f<'' *. .Business Car.ds: .* Work.Orders ." : ,. ;' I, i t!
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K-memento of, the occasion/ "' Gilbert S. Gib *: .,if. C,1 ', .' ,*' Fosters.', Maps:: Brochures a
''*',The "25 .,'attending between the ( ) \!flat':! ;;: ,
hour 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. included Ik4t '
.Leroy Norman Jrrtl mother-lnj Y
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MOUNCING Cook Sandra' Byrd 6f' 'Napa, Calif, the Martha Attending the Santa Fe
; Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer ,Jr. visited her grandmother: .Mrt.' Attending wedding Healthcare,Systems Board of Dirc-'
Boca Raton were Sunday Neima Keen and aunts, 4'arolyq' Farabee/Michael Jacksonville Bryant at Spring tors meeting at Hyat ;Regel\e,,"'.
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guests of Mrs.Grace Page and Keen and Patricia McConnell Friday Glen Saturday United Methodist Church were Grand Cypress Hotel In Orlando
ly. to Monday. over the weekend were: Dr.' and
Mrs. and
Virginia Grace Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Johns
Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mrs. Pete Felos
Mrs. Kathleen McNeely last Father Donald Sullivan of Dublin daughter, Kristy, Mrs. H.M. Jane Watson, Mr. and Mr, Joe, '
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron K. Taylor of Donald Harden
Mrs.
Lakeland is visiting her parents, Rlcharde,
Ireland, was last visitor Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
the birth of a ? Friday of Stephenson
Starke announce and Mrs. Herbert Thomas, brook, and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, HI.
daughter Virginia Grace, born St.'f'i Mrs. Randall Chism, Mrs. Kay Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bennett
and will
5 in Gainesville Monday to Thursday visit Richards, and Mrs. Robbie Sheller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and Mr:
August Maternal grandparents are Mr. home has visited her daughter her grandparents, Michele, and at the home of the latter. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. ,': '. '

and Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen. Mater- four weeks. Mr and Mrs Albert Lee Crosby Jimmy Andrews is home on a "
nal great grandmother is Mrs. have had their children here visiting weeks visit with his parents,Mr.and '
Lorinda Jacobsen, all of Starke. Mrs. Flossie Prescott has Mrs. including: Mrs. Dale Crosby and Mrs. James L. Andrews. He has Spending July 24 to Aug.. 1,In
Paternal grandparents are Mr. ed after a months visit with ",the children of Houston, Texas July finished seven weeks as a memberof Hawaii were Mr. and Mrs.:Freeman"
and Mrs. Aaron Frank Taylor, of on Long Island and Maine. 23-July 30; Mrs. Robert Little 1 and the performing ensemble of Sum- Register, Mr. and Mrs 'Bobby
merfest In Birmingham, Ala. He Jennifer lIaas,sally Patrick
Lawtey. daughters of Atlanta, July 29-Aug, 2; Autry,
Mr.and Mrs. Gene Ross and and Mr and Mrs. Dale Crosby: and will be returning Sunday to Tulsa, Mr and.Mrs. Richard Dugger' encMr .
ly spent Friday.to Wednesday at Monday Florida family of Spring, Texas are here Okla., where he is a member of the and Mrs. Carl Torode. .,
Glen Moore, II surgery
Jeffery .\ AUK 8 and 9. enroute to the World's Tulsa Dance Theatre.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Glen Moore,
I, of Starke, announce the birth of a AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE "
son, Jeffery Glen Moore, II, born
August 1 in Alachua General
Hospital, Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs Colon Dean Joiner of Ten
nessee Maternal great grand-
Mr.and Mrs.Jap Ray of
McIntosh and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee ""i' '
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of Ocala. .
Paternal grandparents are GlenA. '

Moore and Mrs.Dorothy S.Jones, ..
both of Starke. Paternal great :
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Cosby and Mr. and Mrs. Fred /f'
Bennett; all of Starke. ,

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L What to do?_ / MOTOR OIL NAIL CAREPRODUCTS COMFORTTOP'
Mrs. lee Hardenbrook NDs01.0r, KNEE HIGHS

Honored at LuncheonMrs. Ask Eckerd 8.0.1.19 fTftirffff m t TRIALSKIa. I S PAIRS/
your / .i.taSPECIAL

Lee Hardenbrook. June 2 Pharmacist. t FURCHASI
bride, was honored at a luncheon
last Thursday at the Western Steer / Limit 6 cans 89C oar eoN "
Steakhouse.A Your Eckerd Pharmacist Is ,ro ( 1'I
bud vase of yellow carnationsand
a balloon with Lee and Marilynon concerned about your family'shealth .

it centered the tables for the and wellness. MOTOR tc
guests.A OIL
place setting of her chosen flat
ware pattern was presented to the
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Calvary Baptist Church will host a 'v f ', A.6NUA6 .
revival August 13-17, beginning eacn v DIODotUUI
night at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Ray Lindsey .x
will be the evangelist.A .: r:
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nursery will be provided. EVEREADY "C" Or "D
Everyone is welcome to attend. 0 DIAL BATH SUPER HEAVY DUTYBATTERIES
ROAST FRESH 'N DRY

Evergreen Baptist Church 0 FINAL NET DRY ROASTED SIZE SOAP AIR & FABRIC PACK OP 2
S-OZ.Reg 64'each
Vacation Bible SchoolAugust HAIR SPRAY PEANUTS 1 DEODORIZERFLAVOR 33C "*''" .

13.17 / 0 CHOICI OP SCEHTOCompare
/ 99 L TM.P'MPLw.119 2 7OZ.Reg...1.69

Evergreen Baptist Church, Road to BARS RMD FLASHLIGHT
*! 12S:>> in Lawtey, will hold their Vacation R agteS umiti ,, ,x+nar D' TnRl4 !!t '!9 r+ i,
Bible Schjxjl AugugMjJ tjq 9S1gh
"1 ,August 17, from 6:30 fo 9pm. each
evening
Kick-off will be Saturday,Aug. 11.
Enrollment and special programsare SHOP
planned.Classes are for children
through adults. .. ANYONE'S

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r Vacation Bible School FLEA & TICK or AD ATECKERD MEN'S & LADIES'
FLYING INSECT dCO
LCD DIGITAL
At Bethel Church
Bapt. ova
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Bethel Baptist Church will hold /0 Reg 349 we meet all locally WATCHES
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their Vacation Bible School for all MAXIMUM STRENGTH advertised prices on Reg 499 -
t, ages, including adults, Aug. 12 PANADOL YGURCNOICI REPORT.COVERS
through Aug. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m ? wsulls 11-oz, Flea &Tide identical merchandise,
each evening. 249 Umlt 1 ori2-oz. Flying Bring in current 388II N0/
A nursery will be provided for preschool insect Killer.-
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Vacation Bible SchoolAt ALL NATURAL REVLON NORTHERN Or DAIWA APOLLO* T2i& sulgect4s
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SHAMPOO LIP MINI CHARMIN :
First Christian SPINNING COMBO '
LIPSTICK BATHROOM :
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I First Christian Church of Starke as9sweech aPenA PpRCxASa TISSUE Reg.".99 1%" VINYL
will hold their Vacation Bible School REGULAR PRICE 4-ROLl. ; '
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p.m. Enrollment will be at 8 p.m. & more! ( .. POI -
August 11 with a weiner roast at the p Selection may vary 97
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church. Public is invited.! by store. ('We'.. ;

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I OLD SPICE HAWAIIAN TROPIC COVERED. HAMILTON DEACH
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Did You Know........... ANTIPERSPIRANT ; DARK TANNING GRILL STEAMDRY57'0sSOLw
LOTION or OIL *6OC8-14 IRON ,ERASER-MATE 2
Mr. and Mrs. R.G.Paterson spent .Ha Reg.5'.99 II ) I \ ERASABLE PENS /J'//

Thursday to Monday visiting Mr. Umit..1 2"1-01.4.59 Il \ 1699"7111 VALU.Mac
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.. and Mrs. Kenneth Paterson in 2 .,a. 99..,on '
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BlairsvtUe, Ga," and attended theo h I Silverstone i
Georgia Mountain Fair, in 3EE "ua coated soleplate. ,
Hiawassee, Ga. 0-VEL MUSCLE .
RELAXANT ALCOHOL COMBI ; '
.: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of 30CAMUUS SWABS LOUNGER ,' SCRIPTO c ..
Miami were visiting Mrs. Carolyn ..... '! CASSETTE PENCIL'
Redgraves and Mrs. Edna Wells the 699.pmit2 q 7"BD GALAXY "
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OSCILLATING +
; Mr. and Mrs. James Weaver and

... daughter Christy of Peachtree City FAN Tr
,Ga.,visited his mother,Mrs,Em LISTERINE IGLOO 121MB Reg.19i10 .
maRene Weaver and aunt, Mrs. SIGNAL ,; PLAYMATE 16.99 Sale Price SHARP or BLUNT 4: :

i Margaret Jackson. last. Friday and MOUTHWASH = PECAN COOLER ".' 3.0O Mail th ftebdte. J ,SCISSORS'99raRaala : : I'
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Needham Hurst of Indianapolis, Umit1( 1 tl p ..1
X41 Ind. was Tuesday of last week ,..., 1499 .- f
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,; visitor of his aunt, Mrs. Clyde .
M Sinclair. MAALOX" GALAXY GPX i AM/PM S71iIEQ" .
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Friends of Mrs. L.D. Vining will obit' MEN'SVELCROSTRAP 3.SPEED. ERG'R ,1;
TABLETS 1.CALLON' LAS .
"regret to hear she broke her hip in a :
t"J fall in a nursing home in Atlanta last laTABUTMU kla _aa_ CASUAL PICNIC JUG FLOOR FAN 4S09Q
I week and Is confined Crawford LL SHOES With SPIGOT .1IIt! ggn15', R..22."
r .t; Long Hospital in Atlanta. 99, i'PACK *M66 .99 ",
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&i '. Bob and Faye Jones of Brownlee lightweight & durable "

(Ii w. Road spent July 19Aug. 31 In $'M > r' .' .. "f.'If:" !
<< ? Georgia and Alabama and took Mrs. ''- @.9'S$% hl ,

j. home Jones'in sister Jacksonville Edna Wilbanks., after, to she her When you're; serious i'35'"n+ OPEhI DAILY B to 9, SUNDAY 9 to 6,'Sal le Prices good-thru'Sat..*' ::1 ,

i t7t .. had spent five months here. White in WE. RESERVE THE" 'RIGHT'TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.Sq. : '

., Alabama Mrs. Jones got together .. . .1II1t8.. . .... ., .. .'"." .: "i(t,i::.
with some of her old classmates for "
.y" the first time in 40 years.On July 29, f III ( ) /\ / ,1J .,, c' /i "" '
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in Trion, Ga. ,,' If !It I ., I .' i ,, 'I '
PHOTO PROCESSING I ',.,, f radlei;': ., ;Shopping CsnltrMl I i,,', .)Ii.?, .,c' .. I. : ": .
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children of St.
Mrs. Bill ,
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..' :II.", Petersburg will arrive Friday to XCLUSIWLYATtCKIRO; :, t;. Walnut" atmt.Mcifci. ,, ". "" :'ti t\L.\ <' :.. ';' ,.,,; ." .., ...r. b',"
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spend several days!with her father .S 30%LARGER SUMVfD .GtOStVKOOAK "' ., 0 ",' I' < Chars}lit .. 'it.: ,. vW/i. ?; .... .. .$ J\1\ '
t argn.E..LaMalthewsa family,and also PRINT, NfOAVtW MMft' : ',', \\\ ,.i ;rtI i #;.;M'W,1<'II 1 J'i/II? ,..:j"i'7., ; Il',.,.'I '\\J '.".., ; .,r. : 'fh.fi.{ ;.( '11.. -t".1. ,,\ Ifti ,
, with Mr and Mr* Paul Meng. at >?l! \1" '" .1",1. J." .;':,!, "\i,'., ......d .cA.Ip'I' 'a' ., ..: : :
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f Pleasant Hope New Congregational Methodist Church, 301 North of "
Starke, cordially Invites everyone to a Gospel Sine, Saturday ,.night, ,'
August 11, beginning at 7:30 p.m. '
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The End Time Singers of .Jacksonville will be featured singers. 1
Refreshments will be served following the singing performances.
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, Five Generations Represented.... Alyssa Novls Salaman Barbara Ward' Pay,William. Robert Ward,Sr. PmsnurstGrocery :

The Sapp family of New River and the Ward family of Starke represent and Jeanette Louise Ward. .- 1
ij i five generations of the maternal and paternal members of the family. They celebrated Ethan Allen Sapp's (lath birthday Sunday at the old & Variety \

(,." Ethan,,Allen Sapp, Novls Sapp Ward, Marlynn Patray Salzman Sapp family plantation In New River with# 60 attending.
U i .1000 J S. Water Street((Hwy 100)) i

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II Lawtey. News --------------. I ,Mr and Mra. James L Andrews
spent Thursday to Saturday with Jeans. Entire'Stock j!
Janet and Susan Nfcill arrived their son, Jimmy, In Birmingham
'by ElizabetbTerry quana Country Club, of the com- Tuesday from Strasburg Mo. for a Ala. They toured the city and saw Western Shirts Entire, Stock i 1 '
phone 782-3300 Deepest sympathy two weeks visit with their uncle and several historic points of Interest.
munity is extended to Mrs, Fred aunt*,"Mr. and,Mrs. James L. Andrews Friday night they attended the
Church Activities.. ... Brown and family and cousins, Mr.of ', musical performance "Peter Pan", 25 % '''Off ;
and Mrs. David Brown because
at Boutwell Auditorium in which
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Missionary to the.Jews in the death of her husband and his 4 .
United .States Daniel Soloman of the with Mr. and Mrs James O'Brian and '. their son was performing. .
Jacksonville presided In the absence cousin. Our prayers are them.. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks spent then(< .

of our pastor David Brown, at the and Mrs. Tommy Wise and past weekend in New Port Rlchey Ladies Fashions
First Baptist Church ,on' Mr. of Kingsley Lake, Mr. and where they attended the wedding of >,. Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding Jr.,
morning services and Charles Staring Whitney Mrs. Donny Wise Craig, Kevin. their cousin Richard' Williams, ,' ,to'" Jim and, Alicia of Odell ton, Md. Slacks, Blouses, Shorts
presided on Sunday night Aug. Chris,and little Heather of Keystone Connie McDevitt. < spent last Sunday to Thursday with .
their Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Summer Fashions ,
5. Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norman parents Only "
Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. T.B.Barding -
and David, were Sun
Kenny
Personals...-
day-dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs :\ Sr
t'l,; Mrs. Fred Moore spent{ Saturday Ralph Wise.
("; night,.'July 28,'With,Jief'sister. Miss>. i'
Rachel Boyer,lid'JacksonVildlTheirbrother Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and
, George Bpyer and ,his Nancy visited their brother and
, .,Ii ..' daughter Mrs,JewtuGalloway, of sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ,I
Augusta Ga.,. spent the night in Hicks of Luther; Mich., Saturday, FABRIC... "
Jacksonville at a motel,:and all of July 28,for a week. They came back "/ have successFully/ served the Bradford 1 rt.
"them,were System
h Mrl08j I\M> i), W dinhei County .L ,Yard > < ,,,f\
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i r, I Church; ahd were Sunday dinner county/ev lJ:except (sum

: .1 guest .,'"or Miss Rachel Boyer ]in We are happy to report that Jerry Superintendent. : i.
'/l'' Jacksonville.Mr. Teston is improving some from his ,
\ and Mrs. Earl Denmark of Allow Me To Do,This For You.., I
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', accident. Our prayers are with him.
Jacksonville came by Sunday, July Mrs.Craig Carrel and Hillary,and I SEPTEMBER 4, 1984 ESCAPE TO
29, and carried their mother Mrs. Tommy of Boca Raton, and Mrs. VOTE
Lois Carter,.to visit their son and David Kelley and sons Justin and '
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ,Brannon, of Jacksonville', are spending [GO Charles. E. Francis Superintendent ST.: AUGUSTINE BEACHGet
Denmark and family of I
David
a week with their parents Mr
. Gainesville. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. PDPp ADV away for an unforgettable vacation on beautiful,
Mrs. Settle Wolfe of Cape Coral is unspoiled;uncrowded St. Augustine beach. Rent a lux-
spending a'week with her mother ,On Saturday afternoon, Mr. and urious condominium at THE OCEAN GAllERY 44-acre
Mrs. Hester: Hicks,-and her,son-in- Mrs. Robert Lee visited Mrs.Wilma walled-in hideaway, right on the beach. Bask In the sun.
law and daughter Mr. and'Mrs, Wainwright who is still in St Vin- Explore miles of white sand beaches.Relax at the pool. '
Glen Shuford and Nancy. cent's Hospital. Enjoy exquisite dining.Visit historic St.Augustine. Play
,, Reggie Norman of Ichetucknee On Saturday, Mrs, Robert Lee had tennis or golf at outstanding facilities nearby. Escape to
Springs was a Tuesday overnight lunch with her sister, Mrs. Marjorie THE OCEAN GALLERY on St.Augustine beach. Rentals
' '. guest of his parents' Mr and Mrs. Whetsel\ \in Keystone Heights. GEORGE from$225 per week, For additional rental information.
, Truman Norman. call ((904)471-6663.) '
We are happy to report that Earl 'Chief and Mrs. Wayne'Gustafson Sales information
I ,J Prevatt was able to leave the ''and daughters Christa and Anna,of call (904)) 471-3665, .' '

:.. ,hospital on Saturday,'.July 28. Our St. Marys.. Ga. spent the weekend Or write Route: ,. '
I prayers are with him, with their parents Mr.and Mrs.Bill CRADYVote
' {\Saturday night Mr. and Mrs Glen Dobbs and Chris, Box 17K.
(I .i1 LShuford>and family and their St,Augustine, ()(j p
.,' I mother*Mr Hester Hicks and her We are happy to hear that Mrs. Florida. 32084. .
' 'daughter Mrs. Bettie Wolfe, attended Nellie Wilkinson who is in North 1 es 0 '\f
the wedding of her great nephew Florida' Regional Hospital, Another .
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,l Robert'' ''Hogan and Miss' ,Cynthia ,Gainesville is lots better. Our development by1I'1t
;,, R oden. at First Baptist' Church, prayers are with,her.
.. Jacksonville. Rev Homer Lindsay Cecil Daniels came home Tuesday cow ui r alH .
r !: performed the ceremony. They also from Baptist Hospital and recover .
r attended the.reception. the Tirou- ing from surgery three weeks!! agd. UnrommonVlacetby Hwy.A1A S./St;Augustine,FI 32084

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'" .. V' ".: To develop a'sp'rlt of enthusiasm and optimism in ., ? .... '." Legs"work"from the''hip and provide us with our primary

; the office of t the Superintendent through district. officer means of locomoNonk, lower back however which It part
: COMMISSIONER of th. hip l Is particularly susceptible'' to certain painful' t'
'committed n Jo.service' Id the,schools and the community, V ,n. t '... ailment When? the n.rv.'which. carry-,nerve e"twgy.1O the
... i* hip and leg become Irritated neuritis may_.....The pain of
a JMh.:1O;Td,visit every school,on; p;regular, ,basis and par-; DttTWCT 1 wlallca can affect lha sciatic:nerve which la I the body large '
,.,.. II.a l the iclatlc which controls movement and...* '
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+ t :( ? .. I .i sory functions of thehips and;/ legs. II I Is. the,chiropractor coivcern
) prog'rarnsV ntl '/ ': ';, 1 lit many pressure. In,the lower, ba k. Indeed 'the pressure nay ....,
.<\ : ( ", to ,study"' thepossibility: : of,':a, county-wide"'accredited :- I anywhere 'In the spine. A chiropractor will,trace the. source of .. \'

:,f.fI school ''system'' !' J in, accordance with the ,standards Hell be o working comrolwior) r"t ;' ''.' your.An leg/hip essential pain'part of chiropractic: :care: I ih finding' .the source of '
of the'Southern Association'Secondary Schools pain or of on ailment and treating that, rather than simply; ,
e Hd'lltry to get this rnOHrom"yQ\lt ells 'li. Ie. treating the symptoms at traditional physician tend to do. ,

.and th,>Elementary, Commission'fj H)'H make'no anon ecsions.m':<' .:' \' ...,>,.Ijt.;) ; ,' When you com to IULUR CHIROPRACTIC CENTER.. 260-8 S.,'
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Local Resident Wins "Ch'Jlolate Ice Cream Case"The


case of a citizen: taking a big On Jan. 20( about'six months alter Walmsley presented hla" couldn't belteve it,"
company to court without a lawyer the incident occurred, he filed the and told his story when he heard about the Walsmley verdict. The attorney asked for a rehearing I
..{ ended happily for Charles Y. case against FlavORich."I "I didn't know at the attorney for..Flav"Rich'said on the case, which the judge denied. P
:I. Walmsley Jr. when he received a just couldn't forget about it and let Flav-O-Rich doesn't even." "extraordinarily McDonough also asked the clerk's office
check (or the entire amount of them get away with the pain and suffering chocolate pecan flavor" court decision. surprised" the.cost for appealing the case,
which
damages he asked in "the chocolate 1 suffered because of their said. Therefore, it had 'tq be from the General was,$75.
i Walmsley 35, who lives near SR-16 Walmsley said the court suit court decision '. Flav-o-Rlch site, In- appeal the ruling and sent
northwest of Starke, works at the became a joke around the prison with Walmsley suffered an allergic that the containers used in the Walmsley a check for $1,499.
| Butler Transit Unit While taking a no one giving him a chance of winn- tion called anaphylactic shock'AKo"I I"I operation are put in the box Walmsley of said he bought his wife a
break at the prison, he purchased a he took a bite of the ice assembly line by chocolates with the money, and m
they blew
of Flav-O-Rich ing.County the rest on some good
pint Ice cream labeled Judge George Pierce heard contained pecan pieces. times,
j j' chocolate. the case in which Walmsley The judge found in judge stated in ruling that a "It
that in
proves the American
!, While still watching the inmates represented himself and FlavORichwas Walmsley and awarded him' error was the only explanation ",legal the
system little
around him Walmsley spooned a por- represented by attorney Michael at 1 t i contained tion into his pecans.mouth,and then noticed it McDonough, of West Palm Beach. $51 ''n court costs. '. ," 'ft labeled chocolate. Walmsley said.big company. and. win/ with $1,499 pint of pecari. ice

He learned later that other persons "r'" cream.
who bought chocolate that day alsoI I
got pecans as a bonus and considered
I, it a treat. :
To Walmsley, who is allergic to
i\ nuts, it was a curse. He immediately
:. He immediately took medication to
counteract the allergic reaction he ex- You'llT GOi; ,
pected. The Benadryl kept him from ;"Ir
passing out, he said, but 15 minutes
later, the technician in the prison : 1 .
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clinic reported that one of Walmsley's
I I eyes was swollen shut and his I lips .
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Walmsley recovered from the ,
allergic reaction,but missed two days "' '"f'
t work and felt terrible for at least 24
hours ,
He took the ice cream home and putit ,'!: ,
in his freezer. That became his :

main exhibit in the county court case ..
'' which took place on May 27 after Is
Walmsley filed suit against Flav-O- Pantry Pride produce

Rich. n, ,. .-. J packed with flavor. It Is juicy,
He said the mislabeled 75-cent pint ..
of ice cream could have killed him ripe and just perfect for the ,
and asked for the maximum amount hot ahead.
summer days
; of damages allowed in small claims ,
court without having an attorney, Taste our plums, slice our
which is $1,499.Walmsley .
e said he forgot about the cantaloupes and go ape over

incident for awhile but it kept bother our bananas. You'll just love
ing him and he finally decided to take ,
it to court. \ our produce!
: "Several times I started to let my -
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11-year-old daughter eat the 1
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chocolate and pecan ice cream but I
decided to see If I could do something !!
AND COUPONS
PRICES
I about the mistake the company had I) ,
". made," Walmsley said. GOOD AUG. 9 "

k( his He ad called on television an attorney, but was after advise / j. THRU AUG.. 151984.: ; .

iI'i'' to forget it. WE' REDEEM ;! .
1,t; "They said It wasn't worth their / % '
: time and I couldn't win against a big 4 FEDERAL FOOD' ,
company like that." S 'STAMPS '
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;' Walmsley said he talked to an In- 1: %
mate who worked in the legal library
!;, at the prison and began to research
the law books to present his case.
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Keystone Ricky and Heights Danette proudly Brown announcethe ,of Beef LB Han LB

arrival of their son, Justin Davy 1
Brown. He was born July 9, at
Alachua General Hospital in LAND or FROST BREAKFAST UNKSunnyland
'J Gainesville, weighing 7 Ibs. 12 oz. HICKORY SMOKED Bnls. Turkey,Ham . LB1.59 Sausages Ka 2.69
1 and measuring 1914 inches long. .,., BREAKFAST MR.TURKEY EXCELLENT( FOR MCTERS '

, I Paternal grandparents are Emory Slab Mr. Turkey Sausage ,*OLU .99 GroundTurkey. . u.89,
L. ( and
'| Topsy) Van Brown of Hamp- 9 9 ..
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ton. READY TO COOK CHICKEN FRIED
'I f Maternal grandparents are Alcee Bacon3LB LB Pier 12 Shrimp . ..J-(: 1.99 Pantry Patties L.1 .,49''
, t\\ and Germaine Rodrigue of Starke, :
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; Mrs. Belle Brown of Hampton. BUY t FREE SS3 FREE..
"t Maternal great grandfather Is Mr. USDA. GRADE A GET-1 ''. .
a Ouelette of Boston, Mass.
c i Justin joins a two-year old Fresh Fryer 99t; Brand :'
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; brother, Adam I' : ,
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a The Hampton Christian Church'' 'j 80Z PKG. LB PKG. ." I ,
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'j services on Sunday' with some 40 USDA. TOP CHOICECubed TROPICANA" 'lit' ; ., -
\t i J persons attending.The occasion was Oscar MayerVariety :."
o I a vacation send-off for their pastor. Beef FAMILY Gold N' PureOrange ,: "
Rev. and Mrs, Norman Suisse 0{ 299 Pack ,
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High Springs. SteaksFAMILY SUCEDl.UNcHMEAts .
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]i Randy and Sallye Scoggins -; '$199 > ; :
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! five weeks with relatives and friends .
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Tommy's 25th birthday, : ,'. Fresh PorkSpare $ 1 39"::"' chick LLMASTE Franks . PK\t .89: OOUNTRV CROCK pr sad, ', ::1 t.8e .;

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' Rehearsal for the Tom iThumbrj;;..'' BEER, & WINE ; -. IN STORE DELI/BAKERY+ _
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wedding will be held Saturday, Aug, ,'I I ,''NOT! AVAILABLE AT ALL. STORES fML; ::
t 11. at 2 p.m. in the church. '1: 1lrva 1.: !
The wedding will be held Sunday, i'S SPICY FRESH BAKED i .' : : ""i:is ,
< Aug. 12.There. 6 PACK ; 1''f. /. ,\ .
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from 2:30 to 3 pm.. The wedding will, .'t .:,. StrohsBeer NR.BTL. : /? ", '('," .C\ : l't
begin at 3 0 I'
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The opening program will begin at : ,,,, Riunite. Wid. rl2.: : :': ..11... ....... . ., tS 1..69. Hot Dog RoMs .. <'j\' ".\\oi.'va1.A6,, \(
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There will be a Softball game at t .... "" T ., MCLTAWMT: aavwwuw CMAM, .'. I'
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again; 1p.ma Breakdance Contest; Golden Chapel. .4Uebfraumilch 1 1991J .",) 1itllC'S; KM" \ S;; tOOt'4.A11I ''.:('),;,, ".. ', ,1- l' P;
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'.. State Tne arrest of two lu rds at Florida ,\ into, the prison. The report indicated No Inmates have 'thuS 'far :been also had gloves and several quarters ercise and food is brought to that Bituation.- -
flscatkm Prison mad public the con- Harvey smuggled in hacksaw charged with possession of'>the which authorities speculate he would wing. An outer steel door separatesthe Bradford said the matter of security -
of several weapons, ammunition blades, alien wrenches and weapons. Prison officials say the investigation need to make telephone calla if he got cell from the corridor as well allan in Florida's correctional institutions1 -
and hacksaw blades smuggled fireworks. Is continuing. outside the institution. inner barred door, Bradford said. is a primary. and continuing
into cells supposed to be the A prison spokesman said the Accorrding to the DOC spokesman, FSP Superintendent Richard Dug- Cell walls are three feet thick on this problem
'most secure at the maximum securi powder from fireworks can be used Weapons were found on, Q-Wing 'at ger said Bundy would have had to cut wing to prevent Inmates reaching "After any serious breach'of con.
ty prison. in guns. FSP. That housing wing Is set aside through a steel grid another set of around to pass anything from one traband rules, such: as we experienced -
'" Acting on an anonymous tip other Vernon Bradford,official spokesman for inmates who create problems ', window bars before getting outsidehis cell to the next. at FSP this 'week, we always
'Item. iezed were cell keys, .22 for the Department of Corrections the general population or:' for wing. He was on the third floor After guards found the contrabandon review our secuirty procedures to
caliber ammunition, and a personal said were found along disciplinary action from-.- other'' institutions and would have had to drop about 20 Q-Wing, the entire prison was ascertain any weaknesses.. '
radio altered to receive prison two- with homemade knives. I'i feet to the ground and then go over locked down for two days while.Inspectors
way radio transmissions. McKenzie was arrested Thursday, Prison officials would not release two 10 foot fences and through the looked for more weapons. '"
Charged with introducing contra Aug. 2, and charged with introduction the names of the inmates found in razor wire between the perimeter By Friday, Bradford said the
I'' band Into FSP are correctional.of of contraband which the report possession of weapons but confirmed fences to get out. search had been completed and the
ficers Roger Gayle Harvey; 31, of indicated involved so rounds of that Theodore Bundy occupies one Q-Wing has a guard on duty inside prison was "back to normal." ""When inmates can get weaponsthe
Keystone Heights and Byrdus Ewell ,22-caliber ammunition. of the 30 cells on Q-Wing. He was the cellblock ana another guard outside DOC Inspector General Dave' lives of our officers and ultimately -
McKenzie. 47 of Lawtey Bradford Both men arrested had been with 'moved there after guards discovered the wing door which is kept Brierton spent several days at FSP citizens are in danger. Therefore
arrest records Indicate Harvey was DOC more than two years. Each was July 18 that he had a hacksaw blade locked from.the outside. heading the Investigation and DOC we take! every precaution to assure
arrested Wednesday,Aug. l,was ar- released on$1,000 bond after first appearances and had sawed through' one of,the Inmates confined on Q-Wing are Secretary Louie Wainwright was the complete" safety of each institution -
rested for introduction of contraband before,judge, bars on his Death Row;. cell..Bundy not allowed outside their cells for,ex- present on Wednesday to review the Bradford said.

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; :f+ $? CALIFORNIA ALL VARIETIES month cf July in Bradford County In-
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:': William Reeves and Joan Reeves.
Bert A. Williams. and Donna L..

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Teal Tile of Starke, won four home runs during the four games. runs. It was a squeaker In the third istration ,and teachers in the solution of
straight games, including the championship Higgs had a hitting average of .650 The total batting average for the game with Teal Tile edging out as '
game where the team had team in the tournament was .629 18-17 winners. A last minute home common.problems. J J
18 home runs to take the state soft- Carlton and Keen were team hit with a total of 38 homers.. run In the last inning drove in the To continue
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ball title last weekend in Sarasota. ting leaders with averages of .750 I
each. Carlton hit 15-of-20 with six Teal Tile took the first game 21-6 Carlton each had two home runs. positions? in the educational .
Teal Tile,also Starke City League home runs and Keen hit 9-of-12. over Pluto, the host team from f- process.
champs will now compete in .Sarasota.Teal rolled in eight runs In The 18 home run hitting 'spree To support our students In exceptional education
regional competition in St. the second inning and six in the sixthto came in the ,final game against
Petersburg at Wood Lawn Park the The rest of the team hit like this put the game away. Carlton and Stroller Stag of Titusville. The 18 and assist the, parents in the develop*
weekend of August 1719. during the tournament: Jones 4-of-4 McClellan were 3-of-4 with a homer homers helped in the 40-20! win. of .'.
with two home runs, Beggs 5of7with each to lead Teal in hitting duringthe ment new programs.
one home run, Goodge 13-of-19 game. To assist adults in
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named to the All-State Softball team. 6-of-9 with three home runs, Me- Goodge through educational and vocational
They were Sheldon Keen, Ken Clellan 9-of-lS with two home runs, Budman of Tallahassee was the three home runs, Johnson knockedtwo Higgs pro-
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Higgs was also named the Most Tanner 4-of-7 with three home runs, second round 10.3.'Stratton
Valuable Player of the tournament. Johnson ll-of-20 with four home Johnson,Higgs and Crews each hadhome were added by Beggs Tanner,Jones .
Higgs hit 13-of-20 including four runs. Stratton 8-of-16 with four home runs against Budman. and,Rogers.
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.Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. 'Over 20 trucks competed for the would like to host another. one' In the So look for FPL's Select:and SaveStjckrvhen, ,,".> /,.
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w area located between Avenue B and Avenue D," said Art Stockle,wildlife Paul King, Jr. and Billy Murwin of youjbuyone -\ \ ',P "
... biologist for the Commission. Starke each won in their divisions. This was the first power pull of And choose from 24 more energy-smart ideas .
:s Dates of the hunt will be October and "I'm going to buy school clothes this kind In this area. ,
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IlLegal NoticesNOTICE '.- -- "'" ,.1984 In City Hall.Stork. the. front door of the Unclaimed PropertyAct" Hearing on a Proposed NOTICE '' ORDINANCE:';'amen-

.. Florida. Bradford' County Cour, notice Is h.r.by"gly.n Revision of School Board' OF APPLICATIONFOR ''ding the ComprehensiveLand
., '( ,'. '.' j ', J thou.an the 30th day o' that the persons ,Rule 16 Gx43.37 Tormlnal REZONING Use Plan Element .
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: '-1' : : 'i \: 'AGENDA.: August 19S4oh: .11:00a.m. '' listed below appear ,to Pay Benfltj on AND AMENDMENT and "Mop by >Bradford :
OF FLORIDA'IN 'You ore. .further given The Foreclosure be owner of unclaimed August:'20, 984, In, the ''OFTHELAND .County. Florida: In accordance
INTENTION' AND FOR NOTICE that a Copy' of Bradford County, Zoning Sale by the Clerk of the personal or Intangible School Board Room, of USE PLAN with the' local
;., TO REGISTER BRADFORD COUNTY aid proposed OR. Board, City Hall 7 P.M. Court will be pursuant to property presumed the Bradford County Government Comprhenlv .
.FICTITIOUs NAME CASE NO. 84.329 DINANCE I Is available for August 1 14. 1984. the final,' ludgemeaf.of abandoned. THIS DOES School' Administrative' An ORDINANCE '0_. Planning Act

CIVIL ACTIONIN your Inspection at the 1. Minutes from June foreclosure In the above NOT INVOLVE REAL Offices, 982 North T.m* ding the ComprehensiveLand of 1979 as provided for In
Pursuant to Section Office 'of City Hall. _Gilng. entitled action a. show ESTATE.. pie Avenue, Starke, Use Plan Element Chapter 163 'of the
65.09. Florida Statute. RE: Ute Marriage of. 'Brooker Florida. 2,'Old Business In .the caption of the ac. Apparent'' Owner, Florida and Map by Bradford Florida Statute .
3' notice to hereby given TOM J..VERiEN.:., Each and every person ,,3rNw Business tion above The name of Casey $? -Box 261 Copies of this propos County. Florida In accor. ,
r that th* undersigned' Husband'and 'having ]any Interest a. R.conlng'applica the Clerk making the Stork., FL 32091 Account ed revision', of abovementioned dance with, th.: local TO: 'All Citizens, Taxpayers ;
k! Fay Hall.and Mary Ann. whatever In the'enact.menr'ol4 tion: Sale appear below, Number, Board J Rule Government ComprehensIve .and other In "
;, Whttten. each| 11o1t'ivm.n.doing PATTY ANN' .! 'VEREEN( ,,,. "" : proposed VGustKalloB WITNESS my hand and 1934-1983-0189 ; may be obtained at the'' Planning Act ,prated persons: .
business i "Wife" ,. 'ORDINANCE should op-.. ,,. ((1 Ac, off -Griffls loop.: seal,this 30th day of.July. Hamilton, Sherrod 356 Superintendents! ,, Office ., of 197J a* provided for In
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) NOnCE 0" SUIT ,time,and place prescrlb-; '' yr. 4 GILBERTS. BROWN .32091 0361.1983.0006;;> ?
EBONY. AND IVORY "t, "f 2: Sankey M.> Mlll.r' '' p.m.. Monday through Florida Statute given ,notice In accordance -
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Ii OIIIGINALS. with mailing NO PROPERTY ed. I ((20.000 sq. ft. off NE 13th Oerk of the Circuit'.", 'lendrum. Mottle A, Friday. with Florida
address and place ofF TO: Potty Ann V.r_, TOWN COUNCIL OF 'St, RSF to RSF-MH) Ar-1 Court Of '. Storks, Fl 32091" This Is In compliancewith TO: All Citizen .Tax. Statutes that the Board
: business of 272 N. T_ e/o Dr. Edward Roger ,,i',. BROOKER.' FLORIDA ,, 4. Dir.c ort R.port. Bradford' County, 034M983-0022; Fender, Florida Statutes, payers and other Interested of County Com mI.-
( pie Ave., Starke, Fl Thomasville, Hwy,.: .; By: Linda Robinson' '' 5.,'Question from the ?!/ Florida. William! Box 402. Stork, Chapter 120.'''. :.a* persons: lonr 'of Bradford
'!i 3301, Intend to register Moultrl.. GA 3178. \ Iy,.. 1: "" ,ClerIc". floor: ;i : '. Bye Beulah M. Moody FL 32091 enacted by the 1974 You and ,each of You, County, Florida have
yd aid fictitious name at YOU. ARE HEREBY 7/193tchgl/09 \16. CloelnJ.,:" tr D.puty Clerk' 0367.19Bt-0295: : Under Florida legislature, .are hereby and herewith designated the Bradford,
: the office of the Clerk of NOTIFIED that aft action1 .-.... '.". ,, ,' 8/02 2tchg. 8/09 wood, Salll.. Rout 3, Thomas t. Casey, Jr.Superintendent given notice ,In accor..dance County Zoning and Plan
a:! the Circuit Court of 'for Dissolution of Mart NOTICE AGENDA(' "I."t>--'' e II" ,Box 147 Stark. Fl of ; :with Florida .nlng Board to conduct a
v_ Union County, Union rlage hot been filed iR" '.'>>-4',: 32091 1695-1983-0024.' Bradford County School Statutes' that 'the Board public; hearing at a
\'" County., Florida. on against you and you are NOTICE hereby'given 'Bradford County Board IN CIRCUIT COURT; 1 Information conc.rn. 5/0921chg 8/16, of County Commissioner regular meeting held at
:;; receipt of proof of required to verve a copy' that on Monday August of Adjustment City Hall EIGHTH JUDICIAL Ing the 'amount or of Bradford 7:00: P.M.'n.tho. Council
i publication of >Ihls of your written defenses. ,. ,13,,1W4;at 10-.00 o'clock 7:30 p.m., August J4.. CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR description of the pro. .,n... County Florida have .Rocmof Starke City Hall
tic.. If any to It, on the. plain. A.M., the undersigned 1984 ", BRADFORD COUNTY, perty (such as unclaimed NOTICE designated the Bradford Starke, Florida., on raw
1- Undersigned further, IIff'! ."omer4wlt..._ GATOR FREIGHTWAYS,' 1, ,MlnuKs from May,' IV ,: FLORIDA checking accounts, sov. 1 County Zoning and Planning :day, August 28, ,1984,
.affirms that the object of name and address' I* INC 'dllsef|',at"'public, meeting. '. Jj .CIVIl ACTION NO,. Ings accounts, utility ALBERT W. RANSOM.SR. Board to conduct a and make a r.com".n.
thlt business It to deal"In" DUDLEY P. HARDY. ,.A:, auction for cash at 2175. 2. Old Business 83-480-CA-01 deposits, stocks bonds; hat mode application" public hearing at "' 'dolt n'to' the Board ''of'

all lawful business, and P.O., Drawer 1030, Commonwealth Ave., 3.New Business i ( rji1 Insurance policies, safe ta'th., Bradford County regular meeting held'at County ..Commissioner
the undersigned arc the. Starke Florida 33091, Jacksonville": Florida* o. .Application for NOTICE OF SAle'' deposit bo.*., *tc.) and Zoning Board for 7:00 P.M. In the Council and the Board will con.'

v! *ol. 'owners of said ((904) 9f4571AHorn.y One lot of PVC Pipe cooslgned Sli. Varlanc., '.. the pamsand of the holder addrsss of- reclaislflcotlon of thoprop.rty Roomof; Starke City Hall, eider, 'on Monday,
'lnoM. for Huibond. and file the to, Paul Wright 1.Jrry C, Music CITY CONSUMER rSER. described Stork.; Florida on Tuesday September' 10, 1984. at:

. Dated of lake Butler( .. original with the clerk of Nokomis Florida, to (Santo F. Shores) i. VICE OF FLORIDAnINC. such be personal obtained prop.rtymay below front" RSF to RSF.. August 28, 1984, the CommissionersRoom '
Florida thl. 24th' day of the above styled court on. satisfy freight,, and 4, Closing ',\V; '''. "' : ? etc, Plaintiff by any In. MH:, .86 of ,an acre and make' a recommendation 'of the Bradford
possessing on of
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July or before August 20.' 'storage 'charges, under' 8/02 2tchg 8/09 'Vs. i r| islMaryAnnWhltt.nsFay. ,1984: otherwise a udge-| 'the provisions of Section ; \ ., TOMMIE CASON, JR.and" trtt property by5addressing I SB 43rd St., on.-half mile County Commissioners.and Storke, Florida ot.10:00,
1 r,' be entered .;. ;;,.".;#''', I'I CASON an Inquiry to the Board wilt con.sldet'bit A.M Ordinance,
/ *Hall7264tpde16 ment may 4 (b) of Uniform Standard .,I CHARLENE ,T. ., 'Gerald- lewUt Slots. off,Hwy 21 onto SE 43rd an '
against you for the relief Bill of lading. IN THE("CIRCUtt COURT'' his wife;; Defendants( ), f Abandoned lane, Easterly 379 feet of "Mondoy.S.pl.mber relating tat
Comptroller, Attn: 10, 1984, at
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demanded In the complaint -, GATOR. FREIGHTWAYS.Inc. half of 'The rezonlng'of
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"< OF FLORIDA Section,
NOTICE IS HEREBY Property the CommissionersRoom
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property
01 or petition. -Carriereo2
EIGHTH Geneva
; Tract No 9.
JUDICIAL Stat. Capitol,
GIVEN pursuant toa 1401| of' the Bradford the
hand and and amending
i : WITNESS my 2tchg 8/09 CIRCUIT;IN AND FOR Final, Judg.m.t1 }ffc ofForeclosur. :;1 I Tallahassee, Fl ;32301: Woods In Section 25.Town.hlp County Courthouse Land
eal of old Court on July Comprehensive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
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1 BRADFORD COUNTY 'Jun ((904) 487-0910. '..TheJacksonville Range
doted 10:00
Starke, Florida, at : that
I : Use Plan to provide
; EIGHTH JUDICIAL \7. ,1' 22 East for placement of
1984.GILBERTS. CASE: NO. 84-128 and telephone
21 order Ordinance
s BROWNA. 1994 A.MS "" land currently :zoned RSP
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR \ TH CIRCUIT COURT \1' ,, 'a mobile home.
IN : number for Information .
; dated July 18. .1984, relating tor' the
Clerk of aid Court- : and designated' by
BRADFORD COUNTY ,' OF TH6 EIGHTH KEYSTONE STATE BANK. ; entered In Civil Case No. Is (904)) 339-608S. Be sure Jhls change In Th* rexoning of ,the.following '' Rural Residential
plan as.
Lisa Al ores lublecf''to ;;
tFLOItIDA By 'classification
,, "' ; A ,- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,Plaintiff 83-480 CA-01, of IhWCf-f' to mention th. 'accountl1"mb.r | described properly
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be rezoned ta
.L CASENO, 83-333 A* Deputy Clerk A >"" ''IN AND FOR ;rV; $. '?,': cult Court of the Eighth AFTER the name1as a public hearing to be' and amending .the ,and?designated G.norolComm.rclol.
'Ii j194khat116NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY. J, MICHAEL In this held on Tusdoy August,
< DAVIS ,Judicial Circuit In and for' > published Comprhnslv Land th .
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INS!: The Marriage .... "v FLORIDA Trustee In Bankruptcy for Bradford County; .., Unless, proof 'of 28i, 1984. at 7:00 P.M..ln ''1 Use Plan to provide that ''of JACK .M.: COURT-property
I JOE L. WACO.rfU ... the Council Room of the
CIVIL.CASE NO. -,01 HAWTHORNE UNIFORMMANUFACTURING Florida) wherein CITY ownership Is presentedilo land currently :zoned'RSFMH ,. NAY (Newman'describ; -
BOCKI 9.; COM. CONSUMER SERVICE OF ;, the holder by October Starke' City Hall an and designated
l follow 10.7 Acre
,ondi'. ." OF APPLICATION' ,'IN Rf"rne'Marriage: 'of: PANYi; INC.., Debtor .lit'Casth" '' flORIDA. ,'INC. etc.k ;.3O.'. ,,1984, the propertywill Thompson, Streetr'In., by ,the plorv' as Rural, ed located as one :mile South
JUNE MARK STOUT'' FOR REZONING JIMMY MARVIN KEENEDHusband Not 83.0013 ,of plaintiff, and TOMMIfi be delivered for Stark, Florida; At'this Residential be rzond of Keystone Golf Course
WARD. WHOAMENDED AND AMENDMENT United States Bankruptcy.Court CASON JR. and ; .custody to the Comptroller time all person \Interested to ILW and designated entrance off West side of

k OF THE and : .) Northern District CHARLENE T, CASON4his )/ of 'Florida, hall be heard' Industrial, the property Hwy 21, at 5... 43rd lane,
NOTICE LAND U PLAN{, VICKI!! LORRAINE/. /', af Florida,,, GainesvilleDlvlsloir wife, Defendants( ),">'*. Thereafter ''all further 'for or against the pro-, ', of JOHNNY JOHNSON. 'lot 19 of Geneva Woods
I Of ACTION KEENS.. Vvlfe. t' ef Florida' (Inrorganlatlon I will tall to; ,lh*',, claims mult be directedto pool as specified In theZoning' described,, a* follows In Section 29 Township 8
An ORDINANCE ''omen- NOTICE OF ., .Chapter highest and bat bIdder< the Comptroller of, Code of" Brad r located three miles Northwest 'South Range 22 East for
TOl JUNE MARIE. ding th.4orpr.lansiwv |! ACTIONVIN ,11 .of Title ,11 U.S.C.r for canh. In the lobby of,'" Florida. ford County: of Stark. off Ct. commercial retail Shop
jr STOUT -WARD, tasff ,land;U.. Plan, -Element ,'fdl< IMMV' : ,r 'HAWTHORNS/ ''UNIFORM. theBradford County GERALD LEWISCOMPTROLLER ,.M, Gaines, DirectorBradford Ra. '229 10, left |u.t post Center.
known 'residence'' od 'and Map 'by 'Bradford KEENE. e/o CM. Keene,; MANUFACTURING COM' ', Courthouse:'North Tam County Zoning NW 2tl1" Aver Porcell ping You furth.r

dress:: 300 Lake Wood County Florida In..accordance ''M_. Ro od. Lakeland. PANY INC./ROBERT A.TUCICER pla Avenue,. 'Slofk*..,.'. OF FLORIDA'L ;,' 1tehge/09. 2281 ,Inf Section 18. NOTICE are that a copy given of
LA 70070.,. with' [the local .Florida 33e01.YOU"ARE, ? .Ir .; ,, i,, O'093tchg8 IS-
Drive lullng .HEREBY ; ROBERT !Florida.*, l:00: o'clock ........ Township 6 South Range ;sold proposed OR
I YOU' AM NOTINjEOp"G..r"", *", /Coma" : :SCHNHDER.. LAWRENCE, a.m.m.arithe, 21st dayof f. :. 22 Eat*. ppproxImoKly' 'DINANCE I I. available for
:'that'' an "octto."m" .prcnensfve. ( Planning Act NOTIFIED that an action'' T. TUCKER. BARNETT August.:1984.the fall_t,, 'I' NOTICE 1,12 acres.ta b. used for your 'Inspection at the ol.Ike .
of MorHageTfiandotHer'trellef ;
dlssotutlon of marriage provided for I"dopt. for Dissolution I I iBANK 'I NOTICE' diesel,
of 1975* OF JACKSONVILLENA Ing described Apropertyas Automotive and : .. 'of the Director:, of
has I been flled. alrtt' ."' 63 ., has I bn>> ( ,, olmt CARTER ',
"yea, Yoo or. required rd ,, iFlorlda Statut., : ,filed, ag AMERICA and IN4 Judgement wit ,", Notice, 1s,; hereby, MAXIE You ore further given Hall Thompson
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to"the
9} HIVe a copy. of year*' you.In the above-styled. DUSTRIAL DEVELOP" Th.,''1w to'' SES''ond. ':, given that on.Monday" has made application' 'NOTICE that a, copy of, Street Storke, Florida.
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t If .. ,idi ;:: 'Court?and youor re 'MENT > 1984. at 1000.: Bradford County ZonIng ORDINANCE .
; :.written defenses any s 'All Clll: .n ; 'Tex CORPORATION OP.FLORIDA. < W% ottst'/i.: olSectl ni" August,20 Sold proposed Each and every person
) to.... ..:Hen -"'J: pass; .pay.r.\ 'Other' 'IIt.r..tod -' guard to serv a copy of .; D.l.ndantsi;! ,23. Township( South, 'o'clock A.M., the under. Board ,'far1 Is avallobl for ,having any Interest
\" t' HanerV ....... ..; ; perion.. your.written' djgens**. It; Range 21 Eo.l., Bradford,, ""'.I n.d. GATOR reclasslflcatlon' of, .the "'your Inspection at the of. ''whotever,, In' Ihe'enoct--, '
.,.iCT owho .. You end each of You. 'any, to It.on TtMRMCC M., NOTICBOP' County, Florida, 'P.1>S, "F.UUGHTWAYS.INC:, Will, property describedb.iow4 ,fiat of the" Director of, '''ment of this 'proposed
:: WAy... *'. CANItOLLt;:, and hereby and herewith BHOWN: NQ tM", Post' FORECLOSURE: DATED this 26th day of \'self' at public auction for fnll'lt'CG to CsOnehall \ Zoning and Planning. City ORDINANCE should cp.pear -
f, (15 N.W. let Awwnue, given ,'folk )I". otce-'. OMIc: Drawer! a0TStork.1Fterridr' July ,98<1. "/ "' cash'at: .21,75 Com'mo.ofth i (!t\ ) acre Nol,7.Thompgge.' ) '!. and be heard at the
j. :'take. ..!IN"4OVi \W East
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tafIU" 'on''< Statute tlhot tho. 'COURT: >;y; Each and every person VBOARD
tit ,: 301 i
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Augmt Sotf,? Courull; Brooker, I'lorldaywill .Bradford County give; By: BeulahM.Moody 4of having :anyInterest OF BRADFORD
'I!' Me the sighed. wW they. .' :,", conduct .. a, public';, 'tyld, Court on-li. or* !i'''notk.of'th. 'o low'npu'.uo"f I,;:,? DputyCIrk to Withers Storage and ;,4286. In Section 32, whatevsi'ln the enactment ;U ', .. COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
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'clerk of this court either:,' hearing'; ; -a'' regular ".for.' 4' September; to Chapter' 45 ,Attorney for;plolnt' H'. u ,Transfer; and one lot of 'Township 6 Range of thl,.. proposed .
b for Us
before'servke .on '.K- meeting held .at.'7:30i: 194. Otherwise a (Florida Statutes I, JoseffHHoffmanr." ;Chemical, consigned to 22 East to used 'ORDINANCE should' op. By: G.S. Brown' CteikltchgB09
I 'Honor's aittorney.or' Immediately ,P.M. In,the Town Hall: of..Broohvr :ludgement halt' b* T.....,description of the. ,,m. 1541 ,0urrs./ Daytona Fire\ A Safety, ed. Car }.t.' pear and be heard at the ,
,th.rftri!tt FlorlG9'f.on'. 'entered against yod' fo* property to1 be sold ,Is: \.f ... Hollyhlll Flo;, to satisfy This 'change1' In rims end. plat prtctlb '
'' she .....*..r"(U *td. In''< certain lane zornFlorida \ .P ; and storage classification subject ." ; "
{ .<...". ... *.I(udgawiwtt Tuesday: ; 'Auau ;)3, Thot Aoki ]; 31U : -freight beheld "ed.1' '"';"' ..
l; :wMI' be ,,entered to the ,1W4 to, con ldev, men- the ,....IiOo'I. '" ,Cstafe V 0>V "op.1 r; : .," 8012d'Qt l "'ch rg..1 under; the pro- to a public hearing to 'BOARD OF SRADFQRCOUNTY 0
and
,.isa demanded,>ln "the lUog Convtrehenslve'Land 'WI'y' bond located Ing I ,Bradlord'C'County ? r Fviston.;: ,." of Section 4b( > of on Tuesday August / '" ,, i
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problems With the power tie-in with Walden another pro top Iwia ,totta '' the
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,, been attributed to bad weather and shortly after the storm. in homes and businesses.
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Starke-Bradford .
E, Chamber of Corn.merco the best ways to serve a prospective cooperative spirit and recognitionof
;tend d Director Mike Cooney Vat business Interested in resident industry; 2) Where and
5 twO'day seminar in-July relocating" said Chamber executive bow to find money to finance new'and
3-24 Tallahassee,entitled Florida Cooney. existing industries 3) How to
Industrial Development Workabo The workshop was sponsored by work with a prospect interested in
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crease my knowledge concerning in- merce. Items covered in the Putting together a trained labor

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'. Award from the Chamber of Commerce. has. been done with cedar siding on the exterior. ,<,*, I ,
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Goodies
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15,from 8 a.m. to:9 p.m. at ''the J
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:' how to use the substance which is 10'Yfl.Service to E? I/ RIB 'Prices Start ;
poison to' fire ants, according to raidfard County C* Of; IWI., '" '1'24,50STARTER ; ;

Taylor.county extension. agent Bobby? & GENERATOR CQf' ,- Top 40 and CountrySelection .

The way to use Amdro is to broadCast REGULATORS-SOLENOIDS TWO LOCATIONS ';Jt.\
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leaving the hill undisturbed.The fire FOREIGN-DOMESTIC TOSERVE.YQU.' ':' ,1, :
ants will smell the Amdro, and will DIAL- : .I .\ of Albums $1.00: ea."
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.t Amdro usually', sells for $8-10 per ,
4 pound at area commercial outlets. s : TIMES,
(: The state ag department''carries,
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By Mark Frledlln their honey to a large chain of "They seem to get used to you
BCr Staff Writer grocery stores there but chose to over time," Miller said. "It's amazing
Summer Is in full force and the base their business here in Bradford how intelligent and organizedthey 9
gallberryes flowers are blooming county, where the weather is much are. Of course, some hives K .
around Bradford County more suitable for bee farming. seem to be more excitable than
That couldn't be better news to "We visited this area and fell In others. There are some hives I have
Guy Miller, a Bradford County love with it here," Miller said as he where the bees would bee swarmingall .
beekeeper who has more than 200 prepared to visits his hives "This over us right now. We have to .
hives of honeybees at his honey was our biggest harvest ever this wear shrouds when we work with 1 ,0'
business on U.S. 301 just north of year and we're planning on expand them.
Lawtey.In ding in the future when our son Doug The bees swarm throughout a two-
each one of Rogers; hives an intricate graduates from the University of mile radius around the hive sear
natural process is going on North Carolina this Spring. ching for gallberry blooms which
one that has fascinated beekeepersand Swarms of bees were clustered on gives the honey they produce a uni-
honey lovers from the beginningof the outsides of the wooden hives and que taste. Miller says he used to
time. at first they didn't seem to notice as have two harvests one here in the l' t
Hundreds of workers bees in each we approached. A few "guard" summer from the gallberry flowers +
hive are fanning out over the landscape bees, specially assigned to protectthe and another in the winter when he
: to search for the brightly hive and the precious queen from transported his hives to south
blooming gallberry blossems that intruders, flew curiously around us Florida to take advantage of the 1 P 4!
makes Miller's known throughoutthe as we examined the hives but settled blooming orange trees. Last winter
area. A native of North Carolina, down when Miner began lifting the ruined the second harvest this year,
Miller and his wife Joyce sell most of lids with his smoke gun in hand. however. :
"That record breaking freeze durIng
Christmas ruined any hopes we 4
had of a second harvest this year," ; r ,4
Miller said ruefully. '"It's really a vx
mesS down there dead trees all }

x over the place. We have beekeepers : 4 &yP :
from down south coming up to stayin +r a,.rl t t;tl u
North Florida right now. It will be 1 a ; '
at least a three to four years before W '
they recover enough and get enoughnew
trees in the ground to make it .
worth our while to go down there."
Bees produce honey naturally as a-
F A kind of food reserve, saving it in
carefully constructed wax chambersfor
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consumption during the harsh
winter months. Queens are erratic in
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Miller says you never can tell how
many chambers of the hive she will
"give her permission" to store
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n get around this

natural choosiness on the part of the
queen by dividing the hive into two
separate halves one on the top and
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t The free and the child most be accompanied by' parent guardian.' A'
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Have an announcement.. G.t It In to us by Monday at S p.m. and;" program the call the Bradford-Union Area Va-tech Center at 964-6150. 't'J,' :atTa I tft -
con put It In the Calendar local event. church gathering. ip.clal speakers or new' permission slip must also b. signed before entering program. Preschool. Screening... A preschool screening sponsored by the Bradford County Exceptional
group* organizing will be Included on request. W. mutt oak that you k..p them as.. ,For further information call Laura Conti "9648498..., .., Student1 Education Program and.deride Diagnostic and learning Resource.'
condo n ....lbl.. | .\ Vacation Bible School ot Evergreen. Baptist Church.Rood 139. lawtey, will be held System, will be held Aug. 21.22 at Bradford-Union Vo-Tech C. '"
I 6Social : Aug. 13-17. from 6:30.9 p.m..ach evening. Klck-oft will b. Saturday. Aug. 11. Enroll be made by calling 964-6800 before Aug. 21. '." ::' .-' -Ppolntmentr.' '
m.nt and special program will b* featured; Classe or. for.children through adult Calvary Baptist Church..wll! be having Revival August ,J3-17 at
;: ''agee" > ;:a : 7:30; Dr, Ray Lindsay wlll .* the evangelist Nun.ry will be provided Eva o. I Is,
.- Events ; First Christian Church of Starke..wlll' hold Yocotion Bible School Aug. 12.17. from 7 w.lcome attend. ,\.fat; ,_ '"' wiP1'
V to 9 pm.: each evening. Enrollment will be held at 6 p.m. Aug. 11 with a _.In.r.. ,roast. .:".r'/ : ."n" t
BRADFORD OLYMPIC MNTATHION.:..Friday, August 10. from 8 a.m.. to 12 noon.,at to follow at the church. Everyone I la welcome.fi :li: ..11' ,'J I ,i"" '\""1
the Bradford County High School Track. Five event plus medal to winner Free la Starke Boy Scout Troop 70 meet from 7 t 8:30 p.m. .ach Tuesday' In trie scout' hut "Starke Raving";.. A 100-recond limited edltlon'of fh.album racordd In Stark' by ..
8-17 year old.Participant mutt prereglter..For Info call the BH C.nt.r at 964-4310. behind the tennis court on Pratt' Str..t. In Storks c"I'. i 'comedian'Jerry Clower on February I'. '. '<.' Ifet' K," .
Square Dancing.. .. Beginning In July *quar. dancing will be held the second and' i-f The record I I. on sale at the Bradford Chamber of Commerce at the corner of Walnut" .
fourth Thursdays of each month at 8 p.m at the Masonic Lodge In Stark.corner of r 'r, ,. 't and Madison streets In Starke. Colt 964-9378.: i.tt3tt'? .
Call and Orange St. Caller I I. Jim Duncan Visitors w.lcom. Mainstream doncIng. f'JJBA i I s1. 'i'"I' The special album come with a Jerry-Clower'ouloarophed itickey5fro .Vajoo.Mississippi .' ..
each; Monday'at: 7:30 .Churches.Clubs and Orfnlzotlon f. ; and sell ,for $9.43 tax fncl dad."j.; :;; *:*G))?!
Sweet Adeline*... This woman' barbershop music group meet .'< record live of town* he visits., This" I I.
dower olbun4lnona lhemoll
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p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Women Interested In singing four part..har A Weightwatcher Club... Is being held m 51prk. on Monday nights' 6:30 p.m. Call' year ,, (i"' > i':1:: : ;: '
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...........,.... This mal. barfaergator group meet each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. In Mel,... TOPS..:,Th. weight reducing cluI mast' each Tuesday at 9:30: a.mat the The Florida State Museum._ : ? ,I';'',, .J1',* .* .k, 'II''(' -'' "
the P.K. Yooge musk roam 1080 SW 11th St. Vlltor welcome.' ,, a' Ellam Baptist Church In Melrote, 't;Jf 't j i'! I. The Gainesville museum feature a Florlda'cove,"f f.lv. florkta oco.ystems'fh. Hall ; :',
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Trinity. tplscopel Church... Meeting h.ld.ach week'In the Parish House include: lake Butler TOPS... Take Off Pounds "SenslbV'pub. m.. oath Thursdoy.v.nlnG af-. .., of Florida History and a Mayan Palace and Object| Gallery. Hour* 9.' weekday* and.. .
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. _< ,! ', 6:30: p.m. at the Faith; BaptIM Church on 1200 S? 12th St. In lake Butl.r; For further Information -,,,:i: ,Saturdays,'Tuesday open till 9 p.m.jrl-Sp.m. Sunday and holiday. Located on f ,
t : of Newll Drive and Museum Rood the Unver( Hy of Florida compuj. '
Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at. 6:30 p.m. _. II, call Linda Durham at 496-3334.: :-U. ': ;JJ; ,< .r"nor;.: '1Is: ;' : a. tic.' ,

.Brownie' meet Monday at 3 p.m and J1 "' Free BabysiItinipro't. 'I' ..
,"Beginning" Sllmnastlcs..Tuedoys ThurldaVat0IA, p. ;" .5',"i ";:h., ,, , CM Scout meet Monday at 3 p.m. vlded. For Info",call BH Center 9644210.j .:'k ,:
Boy' Cholrstert meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Aqueslie Classes..JMondays, Wednesday and Friday;;9. urn.4' ,.(\'j and 6 p.m. ', '
hold for :' c" ,, /{ %. -. .A/-} /, ?, ?1, >>:,..j&. '
....... Seventh-day Adventlst Christian Acedemy..wlll registration grade For Info call BH Center. 96A. 210. t-- .j
lat the Seventh-day Adventlst Church/School. 1649 W; Madison St.. Starke,'onAugust Aerobic Oosse* are being offered In lake Butler, en Monday and Thursday afternoon Job'E.ivk.ofPlald.CurreMlyl.kIOIApphatons.; The JoWelcVa/Florida.'cur: *!!
12 from 1-4 p.m. and Aug. 13 from '.12'ar the '.84-85 school year.Htpeerfreme qt 4:30 p.m. In Room 136B at Union County High School. Morning classes beganWednesday randy taking application forth |ob-tralnlng program For "more Information' contact,
Film. Cub feature a variety of film of a contemporary nature.each ,June 13 ot 9:30CI.m. Call 964-8078 for Information. ph.:Job Service QHiro! the .rodfordUftlonyTeeh.j phone': 964f,10.' "" .,,. : r
Friday and Saturday night at the Hippodrome; 33 SC 2nd Place: ) .In Gainesville. Judo Classes_.wlll be held. Monday and Thursday night* In K.y.tof.lohtf': HighSchool ;,<", -v.--' / ; \ HX'fHM\ ''' ""tf.;. .,,
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senior clascec from i: ', {
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A..I.........;.,The group meet* and dISc ,..* aircraft: : : '"" Nubs .. and avWA* l tarlum '
Exp.dmii.da'Atrcrsft 730830.: : Call 473-3964. ., ''. ,.. S '''I!<(' '., ,'I- .. ., < ';, :Ceiieer* Pfternt .,*' onylthV'.Co: urrt .4. .
Sunday at 4:3O p.m.,at Kerm-AIre: on the north .Id. of the Gainesville Regional Airport :,AerobU a..... or. being'oft.eeI Monday and Wednesday at 9:30 .4:30 and FIcKlda Theatre 1-35S-3787: Ployground South1.7] 4-6W; W'''- fc' Car Center.Civk : -
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; Airplane buff w hom.Lai371.5617': / : for Information. > 7:30 p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday$:"\"..> t h* Key'fone H.tyhts; Woman,; ',:,1.305.843-e11I Civic C-OI\ftI<<\,' t-JD&.34\ofI.lart4I: CM t+B Isrwid'Fha.ire ''t',
Htohtoyrli., Night version'of Homemaker Club meet second Tuesday of.each Club Call 473-3784 for further (Inform tlonJt1H. )! 'v' ,t..1"'l.1 s Tollohasa...." c.'i.'.,. X04.48 .l* Te"PO"/'TfsaWst'. V1f ..
'Keystene month at 7:30 p.m; ot First Baptist Church In Keystone. '*' .<:< ;%> :. .Overeater Ar..,.y1Mu....mMts'V"" le>. $f.Mark'. pjiscopofChurch; 'parIshhouw.ihur.dpysat130amrFodpdarnetFNii'arn152.33j4 181,......;Curti.*'-' ...., ...1..1S..HIIP ,,t8ep 9 11.8i11,5t, .; .
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I Tree harvesting machine_ that makes, poles demonstrated. PRIDE. ; .,j I II I

A tpeclal tree harvesting machinewas Ideal for a fence poet operation or aRaumaRepOlais based'in Finland tree length Materiel a '100 foot-cut- 6.S foot poles- and the.Mum a two-pump'bydraulic. /system,traction ":!*t,
demonstrated to PRIDE (which pulpwood. "It almost allows a one and has distributors world-wide. corridor spacing. A comparison of averaged W trees or 3.3 cords: per steering! a '24-volt electrical: :"'J:
manufactures fence posts among man operation," he said In a test by the. Southern .Por..t alternatives resulted in a cost saving hour, in a stand averaging seven inches '>"temnet ground pressure of 4.9 "
other things) at Union Correctional He also said that the small Experiment( Station, thinning a by cutting trees into longer pole dbh and $.4 poles per tree. pounds per square inch.
Institute recently.Bill machine would be good for forestry loblolly pine plantation, the Maker! lengths and using closer spacing between -
Frantz of Forrex Inc.,was on management since it allows the took an average of.80 minutes to cut access: corridors. During the second test in the same "
hand to demonstrate this unique removal of trees with a minimum of down and process a tree. The closer spacing was feasible stand cutting 12-lIOt poles, themachine It Is 8 feet 8 inche: wide, U feet I,
machine,the Maker 33T,which cuts damage to the remaining stands. Highest production (84 stems perproductive since the Makeri was smaller than averaged 56 trees or 3.4 long and 8 feet and 6 inches: high The
down trees with up to 12-Inch "This machine is also suited to machine hour) was ob many conventionally designed cords per hour. Each tree in this test estimated cost of the machine with "\
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In Local Hotel Classes for the Fall term? begin $3oo, she was released on her'own ;
A 67-year-old found August 21 anti end December 13. Willie Clifford i Brown of Jacksonville recognizance, '
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Magnolia Hotel in Starke, the victimof Trooper. O;Roberts:' Dewgtas tee,,Tlenan,$j, of Lawtey
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Gladys lone Smith was found by Traffic Violations own recognizance. on Williams, : Trooper ,,i
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family had called asking her Robert Charles Taylor 22, of Mid- cash bond waft.
to check on Smith. A .38 calibre han During the past week authoritiesin dleburg was charged with driving posted.'j
p dgun was found by the body, according Bradford County reported the while license suspended, according
to Patrolman Greg Nichols follow arrests for traffic violations. to Patrolman Dwight Groves. ,J, ,'.
Smith had been shot In the temple.. Olan a. waldron, 34: of Hampton
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After hemming the vehicle up, two to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.
black males were apprehended In Simmons blood alcohol content 1
the vehicle and were arrested for was .16,per ellt. Bond was set at Bucks Country Meats, Eggs, Ham, Bacon, Sausage .
grand theft on charges from Glynn
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An accident at the Intersection of DS-301 and Edwards Road Monday sent Fresh Cracklens < ID. 99c
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two people to the hospital. The traffic signal was Inoperative at the time.
Above,a passenger In one of the vehicles, who was treated at the scene ex- Walt Disney,,..*,
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charges had been filed at press time, but charges are pending. Computer Courses ''t'
James Sullivan of Starke, driving a 1981 Mercury was taken by rescue. Featured This Fall OPEN .
Susan Allen Wallace also of Starke was drlvng a 1984 Ford LTD, was uninJured '
Highlighting the Santa Fe Community t .* 7 Days)A Week ,
Fall Term two
College are V TECHNICOLOR
computer courses;: Computer Con 8 a.m. -' 8 p.m.

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Computer Concepts 1 is an In. Mon. thru Fri. 7:20,9:15Sat. : '.

troduction to the commercial uses of &Sun. 5:15: 7:20: 9:15 .
Bradford Rescue Runs data processing in business today.
Students will progress through a SCREEN IIG'REMLiNSe :Prices, Good thru August 31, 1984
study of basic systems, design, I
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Total runs reported by the BradThe majority of the calls,;30, were troductory course in BASIC I A WARNER COMMUNICATIONS,.......-...COMPANY-...--m
ford County Rescue Unit during the for illness. Eleven were to people in Microcomputer Programmingwhich '
month of July totalled 99 runs made trauma and ten calls were to trauma will give the student hands-on, Man..thru Fr|. ,7:00: ,. 9:10: Swim-Lite Aquatics
according to Rescue Supervisor\ Cliff resulting, from automobile ac- experience utilizing the latest Sat. & Sun. 4:45.7:00: 9:10 ''f',,' ::"
Chapman. That is the most calls ,cidents. microcomputer techniques. & 1 f '
responded to in a single month since ,Five. calls were to cardiac 'patients Other classes offered this term are WED. MORNiNG MATINEEALL t; :
the inception of the rescue service ,'six due to respiratory pro College Composition, Basic Writing SEATS $2.00 ::1:, "#V11Kt1
said Chapman. The monthly blemsTherewasonedrowningvicaverage Skills plus Lab, Fundamentals of ',Aqua Dancing
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1 1 Land sales in Bradford top $a ,OOO in lasth8lfofJulY: : : .: ... :. .. !;j



Land sales totalled nearly $400 000 parcel of land on CR-18 near !'i
each week In Bradford County during Theressa to Sandra Gayle Perry &: Lawtey to DuPont Corp. for $25.000. Larry D. & Delores Baugess for Schlofman &: Kevin M. McAuliffe A The Haven on Bedford Lake to
James M. L. & Virginia M. Starling $3,000. $115,000. James D. &:Karon J.Deleruyelle for
the last half of July. The largest George W DeGarmo for $$,000.
recorded sale was $135,000 for 13 W. C.& Mary H. Emery unit C-4 of parcel of land In the same area. Jerry T. & Janice E. Freeman a Delores L. Luke a parcel of land 14000. ',
acres on US-301 south of Starke sold Geneva Oaks to Margaret E. Hen- to beam for& Merrrill parcel of land in Hampton to J. A. northeast of Starke to Raymond L.& L. J. &: Audrey R. Kite four acres'
., M. W. Starunfparcel for 500. Betty Qualls for of land CR-225 south of
by M. A. Baldwin, Jr., J. W. Walker nessy &: Katherine E. Sullivan for Moss $12 $25,000. on Sampson
& T. G. Blackwell to James G. $38,000. in area to DuPont for $45,000,, Mark & Elaine Olin Just under an Victory Temple Church of God a Lake to.John R, & Linda D'. Adkins
Walker: & Ronald L Anderson. Bryce C. Titus parcel of land on Allen E. Sikes a parcel of land ot\ acre near Pleasant Grove to WilliamL. parcel of land on Middleburg Rd. in for $29,000. -.'' : '
Richard: H. & Dorothy L. Thomas US-301 north of Starke to Alexander CR-16 east of Stance to Rosemary ., Jr. &: Kathy D. Newham for Lawtey to Fl. District United Gary Douglaa;VKathie" Sharlena
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Scheyder for $4,000. < $3,500. Pentecostal International for Daniel a parcel'of and{ in Mt. Pleasant -
sold lot 19 of'The Woods' subdivisionto & Marie Estro for $12,000.
Donald... & Georgia E. Toole for :The Ott Corporation sold lots in Clyde L &: Callie A. Edmonds a G. K. &: Diane F. Ely 2V4 acres on $15,000.D on Silver Lake; to Kraft, Inc. for
$72,000.L. : Seminole Ridge, unit 6 to Wesley R. parcel of land on Forsvth Rd,..tout. US-301 in Starke to A. ,LeonardObituaries C. &Alva S. Akers lot 3 of block $52,000.

J, &: Audrey R. Kite five acreson & Brenda S. Harrell for $7,000. ....-....
CR-22 south of Sampson Lake to Foster S. &: Billie A. Hayes lots /. ... .
Donald G. &: Nancy W. Pearson for 13&14 of block 2, Dowling Park Sub- :
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$19,500. division to James R. Harvey for .1
Robert W. Ayers sold a parcel of $9,600. : ;
land on Andrews St. in Starke to Mark <4< Elaine Olin an acre on -
Brown &: Ely Development for Pleasant Grove Rd. to Mabel Steele Clayton G. Strickland Survivors include three Jones Funeral Home with Rev. Ben Bryant and Rev. Greg Douglas c aAt !
$48,000. for ;$7,700, & an acre on CR-227 to Services Friday .. daughters, Mrs. Edna Hill of David Brown and Rev. Raymond officiating. Burial will be in 4 p.m. ',,.,
Raymond E. & Bonnie R. Durban Stephen D. Talya Moore for$3,300 v Upland, Calif., Mrs. Margaret Baer officiating. Services were also on Thursday, Aug. 9, In Oak Grove "w*
five acres in Woodlawn to James D. & just under an acre on Pleasant Funeral services' for Clayton G. 'Smyth of Largo,Fl. and Mrs.Wanda held in Princeton,W.Va. on Wednes- Cemetery, St. Mary's Ga. Jones ,1,I..
&: Helen H. Massey for $9,000. Grove Rd, to Johnnie B. Brown, Jr. Strickland, Sr., 79, will be held at Godwin of Chagrin Falls, Ohio; one day, Aug. 8 with burial In Happy Funeral Home of Starke in charge of .;IT "
sister, Mrs. Hattie Thomas of Valley Memorial Gardens arrangements. "
Mark &: Elaine Olin just under an for $3,500. \
10:30: a.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the Elizabethton, Tenn. Jones FuneralHome "
Valdosta Ga. .
acre on Pleasant Grove Rd. to Paul ; seven grandchildrenand a
Edward Cohens, Sr. for $3,500. Raymond E.Jr. &Teresa B. Griffin graveside with in Kingsley DeWitt C. Jones Lake four great grandchildren. of Starke was in charge of ar Mrs. Gertrude A. McBride ./

Donald M. & Sue Ann Hingson a a parcel of land southeast of Cemetery Funeral Home, of Starke in charge of Funeral services were held at 11 rangements. Mrs. Gertrude Ashe McBride, 83, 'o'* ,..
a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, at of Starke; died Friday morning, .-.,
arrangements: graveside with Rev. Ballard Wilson Mrs. Ruth Jackson Aug. 3, in Bradford Hospital, Inc. < /'
Mr. Strickland, a lifelong residentof officiating. Burial was in Hampton Mrs. Ruth Goodson Jackson,88, of following an extended Illness. .''-. I
Kingsley Lake, died at his homeTuesday Cemetery under the direction of Melrose,died Sunday morning,Aug. A retired R.N., Mrs. McBride was ,'">'A
Full Scale Investigation night. Aug. 7, after a brief Jones Funeral Home of Starke. In 5, at her home following a long il born in Somerset Ky.; moved to 'v-,
illness. He was the son of the late lieu of flowers, contributions may be lness. Sunbrlght,Tenn.where she attended '
Alonzo S. Strickland, a pioneer settler made to the Starke First ,United Born in Melrose, Mrs. Jacksonwas school. She graduated from the Sun- .'..;.
I and founder of Strickland's Landing Methodist Church or to your favorite a lifelong resident of the bright High School In 1922; attended '' '"
i a popular resort on Kingsley charity. Melrose area and was a member of ,Knoxville General Hospital School, ''
Lake for over a century. the Eliam Baptist Church of registered .'
nurse.
graduating as a. .
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: Continuing Mr. Strickland is survived by his. Thomas F. Brown Melrose. She also attended ,the Peabody College : I
wife, Myra Lee; four daughters, Thomas Fred Brown, 66, of Survivors include her daughter, of Nashville. Tepn. and the ;

Jackie of Seiple Jacksonville and Phyllis Sandra Seiple Nor-, Starke,died Friday morning,Aug. 3, Mrs. Harriet Sikes of Kansas City, 'University of Alabama,Tuscaloosa 7 :
both in North'Florida Regional Hospital, Kansas; one son, Harry F. Jackson, Ala. Mrs. McBride was registered in /," : ;
and Garl-
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man of Lynda Gainesville, following a brief illness. Sr. of Melrose; one sister, Miss Celia Tennessee, North CarolinaIT: :
Seizure in ington of Middleburg; four sons, Boon In Widemouth, W. Va., Mr. Goodson of Jacksonville; four Alabama, and Florida. as reglsterea' J!
Worthingtond Clayton, Jr., Starke; Townsend, Brown moved to Starke from San'' grandchildren and. three great 'nurse. 1
Lake Woodrow, Mid-
Kingsley and ; Strickland of 1: Diego, Cal., over 17 years ago. He grandchildren. Mrs. McBride is survived by one > j I
: dleburg, Andy was a veteran of World War II, the Funeral services for Mrs. Jackson stepson, WI ford D. McBride of 'I
A full scale investigation is continuing Gainesville.Also were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7 .
and the Vietnam
Korean Conflict cousins Helen
board box near one of the cases of Meridian, Miss.; two ,
around the marijuana seizurein marijuana that contained $5,000 in 22 grandchildren, six great War; and retired from the U.S.Navy in Eliam Baptist Church with Rev. Criddle of Sunbright, Tenn., Iva \'a ;
Worthington Springs July 25. grandchildren; four sisters Ruby Jimmy Coyle, Rev. Milton f
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with over 30 of service.He also of Tenn.
$10 bills. Another $676 was confiscated years Hopper Maryville .
Callie Buller
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and Rev. Alfred '
retired from the Reception Medical Vaught conducting Graveside services held
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from another location. were ;
A routine air surveillance spotted confiscated tractor, mower and Lake Butler Pearl Weekly, Ocala, Center in Lake Butler after 10 yearsof the services. Burial was in Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Magnolia .If II s
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and Emma Barret, Beach .
marijuana growing in five different tiller valued at$2,000, were allegedly service as a correctional officer. Eliam/Melrose Cemetery under the Cemetery in Meridian, Miss. with /1
I Harbor two brothers, Sidney,
v' plots near the Santa Fe River in used in the cultivation operation, ; and Mr. Brown was a member of the direction of Jones Funeral Home of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of I J 1M|
southern Union County July 24. said Cochran. Homerville, Ga.Lake. .Frow Masonic Lodge in Princeton,W. Va., Keystone Heights. Starke in charge of arrangements.
Authorities confiscated live plants, Strickland, Kingsley the Morocco Temple in Jacksonville, t
I packaged marijuana, "cultivating and the York Rite Bodies in Lawtey. Mrs. Ella Mae M. Cottle 'u
Electronic equipment worth at Mrs. Bertha II. Pearce Card of :
equipment, electronic equipmentand He attended the First Christian Mrs. Ella Mae Miller Cottle, 75, ofKingsley :
off-shore boats and motors. least $20,000 Included a ham radio Mrs. Bertha Haynes Pearce,95,of Church in Starke. Lake, Starke, died Monday I
and hand-held radios, police scan Starke, died Sunday morning, Aug.. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. afternoon, Aug. 6, in Bradford Thanks :'
ners and other sophisticated radios 6, in Bradford Hospital, Inc. following
Alice Rosala Tabor Brown of Hospital Inc following a long il- i'
j The owner of the 15 acres, Walter'
capable of sending and receiving illness. +
a long Starke sister Mrs. Louise lness. To those who expressed their \
one sympathy
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r E. Godwin, 48, turned himself into
: the Union County Sheriff's Department messages over: long distances. Born in Hampton, Mrs. Pearce'was Vance of Matoaka, W. Va. Born in Woodbine, Ga., Mrs. Cot- in so many beautiful and practical II
a lifelong resident of Bradford Funeral 'services were held at 3 tie moved to Kingsley Lake from ways during our recent
the following day, according to
1 Investigator Larry Cochran. Cochran said investigators are exploring County, and had been honored in the p.m. Sunday, Aug.5 in the DeWitt C. Georgia in 1951. She was a memberof bereavement, we extend our heartfelt -> i
the of drug active in the First
possibility a past as being very St. Mark's Episcopal Church. thanks. <
smuggling operation based from the United Methodist Church where she Survivors include two daughters The Family of \
The search of the house and out site because of the off-shore boats >was a member.? Mrs. Shirley Moore of Starke and 1 Josephine Karpinski: J
: buildings revealed marijuana that and outboard motors found there. Miss Winifred Cottle of Woodbine, Ed.Sophie, Ed,Jr.,Janet

I had been cleaned and placed in Godwin was charged with trafficking _OPEN 10-6 Ga.; one son, Edgar Cottle of Wood Michelle,Karen&Rick j
and Mason jars CGLEY'S
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estimate of the value of the seven Reiman condi Mrs.Katie Cooler, both of Woof .
cases, weighing more than 100 ordering a special bine brother : ,
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available, according to, tion, Godwin's passport was to be To Rent
pounds Cochran.,was turned over to the court. Commercial Circlet Keystone Heights Woodbine; seven grandchildrenand *
seven great grandchildren. *
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1 YARD SALE MOBILE HOMES PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT


LAST WEEK OUT Of BUSINESS FOR SALE Subscribe I
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SEWING MACHINES MPAIRIDi All MIMOSA MANOR MOBIII HOMI PARK
wall.Everything mutt go. down to bar. SKYLINI MOBILE HOMI makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted. Mobile home and space for rent. t
Clothe ,V( pries; dishes;! CENTER Hwy BRADFORD COUNTY
., shelves; stereo Malt offer. Bryan' 301N. Starke. 964.....,.. 6r 964-4778. $13. Work guaranteed James' Recreational vehicle welcome Phone /rwilkar
Strickland, Rd. and 464.2912.9/16 tfn TELEGRAPH I
Come corner Morgan
Thl ft That corner SR 16 and 301. out and check out the bargain.
( 964029. Itpd 8/09 Talk to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for o great Hwy. 16. Stark. 12/29 tfn MOBIII HOMES FOR RENT One mile 964-6305
J deal. For CHAIN UNK FINCSi Installed. Free .from Starke city limit. Clean. Hwy. 16.
625 N. LAKE STMITt Saturday, Aug I 11.I more Information call Roy REALT
: W, Call
468-1323.10/07
estimates tfn.
Handy-Man Fence Co.
i 10 o.mtll\ ?? Itpd B/09 Well., after 5 PM 9645251.26 '
Owner ReeWlsh 964-8359.3/29 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On r
Tommy .
KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS ?
MOVING SALT All furniture living 'Handyman' Special.
Hn Hwy. 16 W. Close Call
to prison.
I room, bedroom dining set riding and 12x60 Champion. Nothing down and '
MACHINI QUILTING 468-'323. 10/07 Hn.
$35 Crib to King slie. PHONE 964.7776
tmall mower Lak. month. Need kltch.n and bath. i
!Hampton ,
) 468-2790. Itpd 8/09 473-760; other from$69.95.6/28 8tpd Also have quilt for sale. Assorted STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly ERWILLLOAR 205 N. I
.' AUGUST lIt 92. Southilde, Elem N.w 1/16 .lies and design. Betty Hlldebrand. 'rates. Palm.Apartments, 2314 N.Tem' ACUUM Temple. Stark.
'- of f
ple Ave. 7/28 tfn
ah...*. tllverware, sett jewelry, tap 1983 SKYLINE 28."..Central heat/air. 3 964.8122.6/21 tfnchgWANTTODUNKt' REDUCEDI I REDUCED!
SUNNY
.BRIGHT ROOM with bath.
Opposite SALE
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: BR 2
recorder household, baby BA Take over payment No.qulty.
clothing THATS YOUR BUSINESS ; Stark. Post Office. Must see toappreciate. 4 BR, Stucco with .0 separate apartment.
1 books shoes, Avon. Itpd 8/09 4682372. Call after 6 p.m. Itch NEW & USED,
WANT TO STOP, Affordable rates;
'/09ItI4 Situated 1.4
1 SELLING OUT CHEAPI Antlqu. blue on acres. Estate settlement.
I TH ATS OURS ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH .
We
Finance Our Own
wood cook FLEETWOODi 14x70 bath Excellent
stovered 2
'velvet rock.r, : Alcoholic W/SwImmtng pool. Maid service, ,Was $49,000 Now $40,000.
Anonymous
I dining table, also all (lie cloth., condition. Pick-up payments, .* -*'''-*4.44-54S4 linens Included. Restaurant and loungeon KIRBYS ............
shoes, handbag, !household It.m. $240 per mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT. ROYALS
Freexer. dining chairs dretser Friday Just good credit, Olin' Mobile Home AlANON premises. Free Utilities'Econo Included.8300mo. of EUREKAS ROOM TO ROAM I Thl SS6S se.ft. home! located

9 tll T? First house behind Bethel Bap. Sales, Starke, FL Hwy. 100 W. 7/19 Hn *FAMILY GROUP Starke, 964.7600.5/03 parking tfn lodge HOOVERS .on' SVt Ac.w/J U.S BA ft CH/A.Beautiful" panelling
*442I"
flit Church an 230 A, East of Hospital. TWO MOBILE HOMES FOR SAUl 2 and attractive fireplace. '101.000.no.A. .
TAKING 2
NOW APPLICATIONS for 4 BR ELECTROLUX
pdthruS/U
Itchg 8/09 bedroom.; central air Beautiful 3 ft
; new carpet; oc. High Dry with CI home
LAWN NEED MOWING Shrub. need BA apt. For more Information call lake FILTER
QUEENS
THRU FAMILY YARD SALE Baby Item, 68.1"93.1/02 12x50 bedroom on 8/09 each end 12x60. pruning? Phone 964-4116. ,Itpd 8/09 Butler Apt., 4963141. Equal OppOf'otunlty SEARS, w/1750*q.H.B BR, I BA: Ex. Lg.kitchen w/plenty. of
children clothe 2tpd
size. Infant to sx.: 14 cabinet tP SM.SOO.
6/7
: Reasonable Housing. tfnchg
BOOKKEEPING SERVICES
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and adult clothe and sots of oth.r 177 I4x.4 MANATEE MOBILE HOMIi,2 rates. Phone 964.8588.7/19 tfn LOT IN MOBILE HOMI PARKa Keystone COMMERCIAL QUIET LIVING J I'.,I'" IA. Located 1320 Seer

mlc. Take 16 Wet to'Rood 229 Aj BR. 2 BA. CHIA. Stove and refrigerator SERVICE WATER rUMPS AND AIR CON. Heights. $39 month. Across from Lak.G.neva. We repair all makes, Ing St. CB w/p.... 1700.". N. New"Keller" wi...
Watch for signs Fri Sat, 9.5. Itpd Included. 9647197. 7/26ltchy 8/09 dew. Come for detail
DITIONERSi Dykes Electric Motor Co.. 473.7560.6/28 8tpd 8/16 more
ONI WEEK SPECIAL 24x48
1/09 Skyllnei Al '
2 For emergency service. Call Keystone klYSTONE HEIGHTS: Mobile home. 2 BR. Young'sSince THINK COUNTRY Converted DW on 10 Ac. of fen*.
SATURDAY ONLY 360 W. Weldon St. BR. 2 BA. Plywood floors; metal lap Heights, 473-7706.7/19 4tpd/09 Across from lake Geneva. $155mo.FurnishedUnfumbhed.473.7560.628. ed land. Grew your ewe ..... en cleared 2.' ac. S

Near Vo-Tech School. Three families Ba.m. siding; shingle rood; 12' overhang; Will BABYSIT IN MY HOMES 7823971. 1957 I.. 1% BA w/scrn'd back porch patle and Utility
tll T? Itpd 8/09 delivered ft .st-up free. 19900. '
7/26 3tpd 8/09 Stpd 816FURNISHED 964.6918 room. B3S.OOO.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ,..Clothes and SKYLINE HOME CENTER.., INC. Hwy 301 DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN SHIP i ''BR DUPLEX'' Nice with TWO STORY ANTIBCLLUMi' 42S Walnut lovely,
clothe: North 964-4414 or .. tchg 8/09 3 Miles north of
maternity 8/09 724 North'Grand St. ONI WEEK SPECIAL -'14x3 Skyllnei 3 PACKAGES OVIRNKJHTthru {UPS or private yard and drive. No children; no spacious. on ." .... I Ac. 2-car gar,.many pecan

Itchg BR, :2 I BA. Plywood floors Bus? Call Maria at the Greyhound Bus pets. Please. 5461.7/19 tfn tree*. Estate ....1.........
MUUI-FAMUY YARD SALEiSaturday. ; great room;
II. 230 deluxe furniture;, delivered ft Station 961.6090.7/26 3tchg B/09 'MALL RESTAURANTS For Lease PRETTY HOMI IN lAWTfVl NW 7Sth Av. 2% Ac.SP
Aug. East Three setup
mile
St. Watch for to 13th free. 23900. SKYLINE HOME CENTER. HOMI-MOBILI HOME REPAIR SERVICES 9647184. Itpd 8/09 Shop & Compare!! $43.900. Owner fin. MX dn.. 12X for IS yrs.
lgns. Itpd 8/09 .
EFFICIENCY Furnished for
Got a leak In the roof.or.hole In the APARTMENTS .. _
4 LOTS .ent. MI "'utlful.wooded. In city
FAMILY INC., Hwy 301 North, 964-4414
MANY.301 YARD SAll MI. South 964-4778. Itchg 8/09 or floor? Your light donor work?, You $145 a month. Call Tiffin ft Owens, Inc. Special Insurance for limits.. Only' ".M ee.A rare offering.COMPLlTILy'nNOYAnD. .,
aero from Five Winds lodge, past need a lock on the door?We fix all this 964-3069. Itch, 8/O9 Mobile Home Parks
Prevatt Creek. 8 ONI WEEK SPECIAL 24x41 Scott 3 BR, 2 .. Cey, brick stucco en
Thurs.
a.m. and .
Frl.
and muchmore.. Special 12x70 MOBIL HOME Furnished or unlurnlshed. All of '
August on types home-
Rain canals Itpd 8/09 BA. Plywood floors; hcrdboord siding; On GrIHIs' loop. $175 Rd. 2MA. 3 BR, 1 IA. CHftA. Beautifully decor t.d.
Roof Free Estimate Call per
FRIDAY A SATURDAY Aug. 10 ft 11, delivered ft ....up fr... 14900. 964-8961 Coating.after 12 noon 8/03Itpd 8/33 mo. $100 deposit. Call after ":30 or all owners policies. for SECLUDED CHARMING Only 6,.. old. >-*tary.BR I
POrt O Crlb SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.. Hwy.301 mobile homes. ,S'A BA.CHftA 'Ic..ln limit,fishpond
,stroller; high choir car JERRY'S EUCTRICAli Reasonable prices. 'day on Saturday and Sunday 9648704. separate" city
eat, walker carpet, .Ingl. bed North, 964-4414 or964-4778. Itchg 8/09 Free estimates, 24-Hr, service Itchg B/09 Call for Quote kOI1n' en 7 acre. Have la see .. .believe I $100,000.:

sheets., bedspreads; pots and pans, KIYSTONI HEIGHTS New'3 BR., 2 BA, 468-1119 Hampton or 964'093.02 ONI BEDROOM FURNISHED ''APART. Mobile'Home -S3 ACRES BISSENT ft PLUME IID-e.cellt owner'

dlshe.. silverware, desk.,7 mile South furnished doublewlde an wooded lot. 4tchg 823SERVICI 'MENTi'Inquire at Tackle Box 341 N. ,. ilnenclng. will sell one ..re. five acres or more

of Starke on Rd. 100 on left. Itpd 8/09 Well septic tank and all hook-ups. WATER PUMPS AND AIR CON. Temple Ave. Itpd 8/09 Soles GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 2SO en US

$1975 down, $365 per month. Discountfor DITIONERSt Dyke Electric Motor Co. .MOTILE HOME! 12x70. 2 bedroom. Nice, 301 x 120V Join eld Gulf station on 301 ft SR16.

FOR SALE OR RENT 8/09 cash.2tchg Call 8/16((904)) 473-2669 for Info. For emergency .lervlces 473-7706. clean on GrIHIs Loop.. 9648816. Itpd Elaine M. Olin Agent SMASHING CONTEMPORARY; Architect Tom Ton'nereer

8/09 8/09 designed this handsome.. $ coder ,at
Keystone Height 7/19ltpd 964.5606 -story *
$199.17 PER MONTHt
Cheaper than NEED A SITTER twill keep children In 2 BR MOBIII HOME; Partly furnished. Country dub. 2S84 so. ft. on :2 ..... Lout Insul.Fireplace. .
BUILDING FOR'SALT OR RENTS 24x64. Rent! Own-this 1984 3 BR/2 BA home my home Man.-Frl, We have a fencedIn -A/C. Nice yard. located In Country on .Only 3 yrs.eld.. SP SI7S.OOO,.mtg. $73.000

Will build for; tenant. Have 2 Ac, Will with credit approval &. small del. ( backyard. .My address I I. 812 N. '$:.R 235. 9645630. Itchg 8/09 4366-Home on lakefront at t%". Me. Pint. $ *S.e. .

Invest. Rt.,301 and 18, 6 mile S. of charge. Call Mr. Carson 473-7993. Thompson St. or cal! 964-S882, ask for '3 BR, 'Vt BATH HOUSE A/C. Kitchen Breezeway workshop', 1.000000 VIEW FOR $16S.OOOi Truly magnificentresidence.
8/09 2tchg 8/16
Stark. See Tony or call S.K., $149.73 PER MONTH Why rent? Barbara. Itpd 809HOUSEClEANINOi equipment. Preferred 'couple only. dock.,bootw(motor, riding JOT an little lake Santa..,3 Ii.,3'Is
pay '
1413.689-8011.7/264tchg 8/16 '
/68.2339.09
Price n.go.Call, mower, homo I I.furnished. BA. UNIt Sq.. Dramatic. Waterfront.
When can this beautiful 1984 28R11.
MOBIII HOMEi 3 BR. 2 BA. 14x65. Call you own SMALL 1 BR MOBILE HOMIt Furnished.
.. wide. Quick credit approval ft 964.4793.8/09 4tchg20' Priced at 535.000.1360.6Unit LAKE BROOKLYN! 100* send beech Ideal lor leisure
533p2474 after 6 8/09 tfn Call 964-7629. Itpd 8/09
p.m Will BABYSIT IN MY HOMIt. day. o.
Efficiency (living. $47.0011
small del Call w/mdg.1528.888. .
charge. Mr Carson.
week Call 964-8396. 8/09 4tpd 8/30' :Nip FURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT* LR.
Apartment Rental. Room SIP THI BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN '
CHALLENGE
.. .473-7993. 8/09 2tchg 8/16 !
WANTED CARS IN MY HOME M-F have Kitchenette, Bath. No children or pet.,
CHILD
.\' t\" BUY AT FACTORY INVOICE Closing out. .four old.for co rlpan'oiK9646257.1WE ; 2207 Ralford Rd. 964-9033.,Itpd 8/09 '' for expansion, S73.000. loamy* BR, :2 IA brick en 1.7 A*. At Country Club.
All :)ioublt S'.lnplesi Buy of'Invoice1 year <| APARTMENT Call 964.6112 or 964-9261. Terms SLAKE ACCESS 14x70 MH on 1 Ac. at Crosby. LakeShores

AXLES"ES 'Two axleVanS' teQPtfres; omit! d.IPc .fitg'd. Ov ? 3dWcHoose,',",,. rJ Icht BUY 8/09 1st and 2nd Extom' ''Mortgages 8/09! Ttchg !/16 ;rjj.ceJ: / I P P334rtAc.Ka0shLJP.. ,. ( ) 2 ....12x24.h.. .. .
'iei3AtHtr"K. .
Highest.price :pold. Green's Welding from. GOLDHEAD MOBILE HOME and also lOOn*""% I BA Homes,Mint condition' \ ;
equity "
Shop 301' South. Starke 964-9007. SALES Hwy 21 No, Keystone orlglnate'home DNEQUiPMENTTsBockhoe .. .
FL. Height Call Liz Langley at 964.S010..8/09 Hn / motor, $44,500.Call NICI ACREAGE! Greef prlc.-20 plus acre located

11/03 tfnchg 473-7993. 8/092lchg, 916BOATS BILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete Sharpeningservice tractors, mower, box blades, tiller, to see our 4 on Morgan Rd. 3 well; 2 septic looks, small kern

AXLES ft TlRESi*For mobile Homes.011';'. ,circular hand carbide, chain jt>row..disc:. trailers, and MORE. B ft K bedroom 2 bath home on and teelsned. Can be divided $27,000 each or
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Mobil.tfn:Home .Sale*. Call 9645606. ,'mower blade hollow ground and RENTALS Waldo Flea Market. 21.6 oc. Priced at 63000. $50.000 for all.

10/13 balanced. leave, at Jackson Building 468.726. ;. .4tchg 8/16 Terms available. !PLENTY'OF TREES This lot et Hampton Oak I I. a

NEED IABYSITTER"IN' MY HOME 14 PT. MONARK BASS BOAT, 30 hpChrysler Supply In Slarke, Keystone Height or .' Subscribe Today I terrific buy at only $8.0001 I

Monday.Frlday. Beginning September. motor. Also electric trolling lake Butler. TFNcho ;u i COUNTYTELEGRAPH REDUCED.TO $36.00-642 N. Walnut St. Appro.
3 BRADFORD
old. 468 aft.,6
2tchg mo 8/16 -))798 p.m.09 motor, galv. trailer'51"000.964.5934. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors,window, j 2080 *q. ft. 9 BR,.2 BA.spacious family room. In-
etc. JACKSON !BUILDING '''SUPPLY, vector Take Note f I I..
"" 15 FT. BOAT trailer, with .
extra
motor
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LOST/FOUND $1400.964.842" Itpd 8/09 964-6078. Orders also' token In lake i 964-6305 70S W. CALL ST| Only $35.000( Beautifully ep-
Butler! .496-3079 and Keystone 2 BR and
FIBERGLAS FT. BASS IOAT.iohnlOn: pointed super living dining rooms. Plus 2
Heights 473.4913.2/26 NqMOTORCYCLES. J VOGUE enclosed .rch... kitchen
i ; Cozy : Separate garage.
55, electric start motor, Hardin trailer, --
LOST Black Femele Cocker Spanleli lost Minn-Koto 585 Foot-operated trolling I "' ;/MANUFACTURINGsNow'accepting $31 N.Temple- ... NEARLY NEW ANTIQUE BRICKiOn 2% Ac. located
August 1 around SR 229A area. Roberts Rd. off Rd. 16.3 2 IA.CHftA.
motor. Excellent''' condition. Can be ; < ) esp.plicatlons. Sterke,113301 BR. .Carport.
REWARD. Please 1 cal! 964U227 or TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming nearly new
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seen, one "mile East'off 301. CR-18 Several STROUTScEo.arTco
9645413. Itpd 8/09 : brick 3 SE.2IA home I'Ac..Near Club.
on Country
FOUNDS Medium Sized Cogs Call,and Hampton. Call anytime, 468-1119.. 181! SUZUKIi. 3"000'n iI i .s and In excellent V positions available Great FR, fireplace, scrn'nt porch. ISM heated S.P.
$2100 or be.t offer. 'Itpd 8/09 condition. $1,200 best offer.: ,
d.ecrib.:9643997. Itpd 8/09 or
in ,
--u -- 1 Apply person SeS.OOO. Assum. mtg. spar $S ,672.
Call 964-9879. '
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ONLY at mm -BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean I yr, old 2
1980 SUZUKIi Good shape $550 1976 -
'CHANNEL CATFISH FINGERLINGS ; (4-mi 473-30** BR.'lVi; BA, CH/A. Double 3 Ac.
Am.t.Hotch.ry will be making another trip ; We Now Offer .

to your area soon I To atocktr pond with this' Also, V.W. CARS across. ,- from..- .:,Bodcoek: .-Furniture... '.. r?, .'. Starke, Fl see.AppralsoServicesIVflWNO see..' .
pond-raised grain-fed dsllcacy contact Used VW Part FLORILANDREALTY / .

Armstrong Hatch.ry .,GRIFFIS AUTO SALES LAVRRNOUTIAWN4SiroWNoaARkJR M4-7IS

Dover's)((904)) S397$4 r/,Ml. N.on US 301 flLACOONfrf4-Mrj TOMMVCHASMIMM. +UI,*
(formerly
HOMES; /AMXIMf 100".50,..r NOW:WARD" 114..MMPAWMUUINSMSIMl
'.0.10.171. Havana Florida 32333 9647259"ERA'Tiffin LONGCHAiW WAVMIOOUGlASf465flJOHN .

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964-7700
AUCTIONAV
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Inc.1Realtor < ,'. 393 Temple; Ave
& Owens
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__ Vernle P. Odom > Want' Ads Get Results[
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: ; \ Selllngi Household Broker.GRIOWNER "
3 edyoom.Brickysn..rHomew.1'I .;:y

Bath;I.CH/Ar; Carport; Utility! !,Doom Antiques Equipment, Shop Item> ANXIOUS -

FAULKNER REALTY arp.tln s, .. .:t ,:*,\\j'; Dates Saturday TO SELL Hill Feed'509
Formerly geYout'Lo ,
.. .. I :. .,: ;..>:r. ', Aug; U-10 A.M. PRICED' RIGHT: Asium. Clay

1964-5065: 'Starting At wl: :::,. .. location S MI. Southof 11'010 ". mlg.Near FR school.'STARTER 3 BR., 21A.CHIA 4' $R.2''"' AAlddlebwrg

-.... ,jyI. Starke On U.S. 301,
$33,8000' '' !'' '(Look for Auction Sign) HOMI 282-1063
) > -3 BR. CH ft Ai$
,. 221 La ay.tt. 5*. Across from Wishbone Jim Cempen's Saratoga. s> Th. Prices i

,.11.... iMa.m. toStSOp.m. Sotllr" 9 a.m. 12 noon ., .S Different Plan ef Financing "J ,' Residence 'Heights.LIT .

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'' 'nte.rtIna..1Ut.!!% August .
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5> SIX ACRE FAflMtm: Good for development'on Hwy Ti, Close to prison: +Also have let B.Acreege Por.l. .'.' Sting your truck/trailer SOMIINVE'TM.NTPROPERn Livestock feed Solo .
'*MADISON STREET: 3 Ili!' 2 IA home, ExtrOst large cOrnet:Eat Fenced. -It's gotta' gel '
*Ave ACRES KEYSTONE HEIGHTS area. Only S13.000, Term.. Forkrl.rsiatery! '964-6853 ; Terms* Full payment at .3 Bldgs. Use port >13.5% St oc.,:. .) 100 Ibs.. $7.70

*2 BR/ONE, ACRE IN COUNTRY: Owner, motivated to" sell, Priced. ,. at only 16500.; ,Y'Celt Auction. time. rent part 14% Hog Mool. ..,100 Ib*.... ,S9.60

for "I, \' TAKEYOUR CHOICE. Hor Feed .I GO. lb .$$.75
ACONNERIY ESTATES: lot Iql.) ." -- /I -It.m. Include 12% ? *. ,
',DOUBltWIDEi: Immoculote: lot of floor spa.. Nice Vi A*, lot.In" country. . Household Items- -lot 'Vi'Ac': to 1!* Ac, Whole Corn .100. .Ibs. .$8.80U
,tf' r S500 dn.,,mfg,12X.
*5 ACRES WITH 2 8R MOBILE HOME. $18,000.Priced Term ell.available. .'. ;(. :, mzDoit I "Chairs, ,lobi.,. beds, -Ill Ac (land, "NearGraham %, G...' Dairy ... .100 Ib*....,. ,$8.95
'SMALL FARMS) 8.5,and 10 AC:,with M/H. to : .- You s.H'And;' SaV "''' drfsserswmlrrors,
*DREAM HOME"on appfox,':,J/"are with 2 Bft, 184 frame home. Pug poncUeneed. :, ,, matching bedside tables, wood Goad hunting'

'RISING ROAD, 35 awe,1>!prtcedfHjhU" "" :Iron chair and blanket -

<'.HWY301N.WA r..;. ." 4I:''".. : : stands ,.glassware' -
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STORY HOUSlJ4' BA on 42'x4- Ac..Onlyf 3 miles. from town. 4wa '
*BEAUTIFUL .m* dishes, bicycles, motorcycle
GROCERY AND GAS business Reported good InC me. It .
*NICE LITTLE COUNTRY Plumbing Suppli 'mop/blueprint Hale and
8A Oft 1.96 Ac-,Avnh workshop, Nice pecan trees Onfy $43,000,, .AssocictesRsaml"Estate'ifCe'
*4 M. 2 file, Christmas, tree ((6'), .
*BAOIESt Nice' 301 Hwy. frantae- Lowtey ore.,"a ..( handmade toys, .hand- v' .
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*ONE ACIII! WITH LARGE OB Home,,'H\lllY301 N. 'I tnurrance' 'mode Crocking ,.horse. I h ''i

LAWWY AREA: 107,acre*..Good oflnancl g.\" ''cradles: /, stereo''Console, 1',, '

*NICE BUILDING' LOT In Country dub area. Over, t,AC.. old clock on pedestal. V. t : ', ,fH'LV\ '
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*19* FT:ON MAWONISTREET: With 2-Unit. office building. electric' trains. Antique., localod Corner of SRMJll.1 \, :4l::

*81tOWNLEI ROAD LArge building lot j\; ,. A": >!1'' ." '" ;Pump& ,, Oak roll top desk oak & SR-18, Worthington' Springs, 7 ::1 t..;'
: I ,5 i' \
B* 1 BA frame. '
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$14.500r '' ""* lb> ,,.rocker; oak dresser! )? Oak' V'r'ti" ; '' 494.-39S9 4fe2-38, 'i
IpfKVIOUSJEHOVA WITNESS CHURCH bulWlng.rJ; i ,"to sewer, table (round)', ook ..w; ) ..

.90 10 ACRES wit.se w t, 500' !irontage an Hwy_30' N.In city Ha. elect r r Ing basket oak dining ,\ ,} .

and water on preper.y; t, ". 1X5.201 N:.S44 N. Temple table w/4 chairs; hutch; ,: 'Far. v;
.RAIFORA2OId; r frome home 01'1' !'fP"'.'3 acresiwtth barn Price hat been. reduce Starke.Florida aP oak chairs, twlm size > 'i/Sj ciciIxIng! In ;

ed. bed, brass bed deprev: and' e.g.i Btrihiln. Mobile I Home Lots
*MoRCAN ROAD H'/i Acre with older Fix-up cIa house. ", I ,Ion glas*. troln.-Shop V, or

*..*.ACIIE5"ANO; OLDER FRAME HOME on Hwy fl !Lpts .f sighway l !ironigae: ; Ono; Good f HC./ Building SupplleMlsc.electric '5OO dawn -, *72M per'ntOnth ?
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( WaNr 15o.e.rWater !
,doore anlnI j ; tear / items, .used
be wit hJ:!extra I lot '
LARGENICE318.2MCriomonChu/cg< ,St.Con purchased: ,
;. < PtNNi( ,, :doors, assorted lumber.acrop' ,
*2 ACllIIOU'/ : HWY 2'30' with 3 M. I BA from .1Iau., .. _Priced 10 sell f Arid Oth.r o. 'metolf 3Q',T' shoj t ., "
ON HWY 229 with brick: hou... a Sl/p Now<< Min1'WSarohou:
.Nlel FARM Ixcellent press, metal, .cutting : Renting .
with fix hauai'$ owner financing.
COUNTRY LIVING -up a'e '
a 17V ACRE tcf: ,' Il' bond saw) engine hql.fIvr'lng Chock: Our Rates ,
11.000 ;
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*a.* ACRES Just.H OrHf I loop ? plow,
z rOtOvatOrkbrush ;
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BA.B.quitfulb.aringyiaant'rws'Ciwn.r:

I,I I' .':,;.\.\uUtJnat", .2q WISING) S flOADr 1'.c"t.t (r T.tJY 20suo.and' 701 S:rG4-{.:'';eot2BR J L,e'ilJ. !.)J en :" WE, DIG 'WELLS! '1.'decks,,'shop(rake font, ''rnawe! .-. ,New"" Listings 'Needed -

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I Starke Ads<< .' LANDFoRSALE, Union .
.more '\, ".' ,,'" County Ads .:

THRII 1 ACRI LOYc AM *D *l I f HELP WANTED FOR SALE HOMES FOR, SALE $2,99S.: $300 down.Wm a ilrookesRd month.: I ,,

-- -.. t''. 964-9606. 9/15 Hn WANTEDSMALL LOST/FOUND
t, A SELP-STARTINO COUPLI FOR STORE 9-PIECE ANTIQUE DINING: ROOM !Juln. 3 II. IV4 BATH CB HOMIt In town. Car- ONE ACM LOTi Facing: Forsyth Rd. I .
MANAGEMENT In In excellent condition and on. 3-plece part central heap 314. $400
position Mocclenny. N. Water St. ".000. down and $70 month. APARTMENT Furnished
living room suite. Used on. year. or un DOG LOST OR STOLEN on Sunday, July
Good storting salary AC 2 BR opt. Includ.d. $33,000. Negotiable. 964.4243ltpd 8/9 964-9606. 1/12 tfn furnished'
In Lake Butler. Call Dr.
Perfect condition. Call473..826 until 4 29 at Lake Crosby. Large red collie..type'
423 NORTH BROADWAY
Ad.
Hours In. Plan avallabl STUn CHA NEW DEVELOPMENTi Approx. V4 ae. Marvin Johnson 813-294-6458.
2
dltlonal frlog. benefit' Call 1-466.3334. p.m. 964-5031 oft. 4' p.m. Itchg 8/09. 3 bedroom. 2 baths. Enclosed garage. lots. Paved streets, central water. $100 8/9-12/84 -pd ', mixed, breed female, recently.
k SPIRIT TRAVEL TRAILER 24 clipped, blue nylon collar.
for Interview 7/05 tfn 1974 FREE 11 Vi X assumabl. mortgage. Walking'i dn' $79/mo. Owner financed. KEEP MITCH BRANNEN wearing heavy
COUNTY
( FEDERAL. STATI CIVIL SERVICE JOBS foot, sleeps 8. AC/DC; A/C; gas or distance to school.. $39,000. Call 473.3451.3/29 Hn MISSIONER COM. Return or Information, pleas* call
For 9-A and 5.8.1 ,
electric;. awning; TV; trailer hitch In. 964-6919 after -pd i 964-8239 evenings after p.m. or rner-
5
now available In your area. Call p.m. 9/02 2tpd 8/09 tO ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grov. MALI ROOMMATE WANTED clean-cut
1.619.569.8304 for Info. 24 hours 8/02 cluded. Very clean and excellent con HOUSI FOR SALE Very large 'lot central, ".500. $390 down appro. $69 per conservative, reliable, Inquire at lot ,' i flings until' 7:15 a.m. Reward. Itchrg

( 3tpd 8/16 dition. 964-5630. Itchg 8/09 heat/air 2 BR. 1 BA. Wall to wall I mo. Call 9645606.7/05 Hn 9 Powell's Trailer Park Lake "Butler, 8/2
I CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income patentlal. RABBITSi IS. Mostly young. Somefeeders carpet waiher/dryer, stove'and garbage 15 ACRES OP LAND Back of Underwood after 6.00: p.m. 1-pd 8/9 '
I all oecupatlont. For Information and waterers. $50. 782-3872 disposal. Near City Pork. Sun Motel. All or part 964-7184. Itpd 8/09 FOR SALE

call ((312) 742-0620 ext 362. 8/02 .4tpd anytime. Itpd 8/09 porch and fireplace. Call 964-7236 for, ACRE LOTS POll SAW at Pleasant Grove '
.
UZh 9 mil. w/cas. S.mi-automatic. FOR RENT :
appointment. 8/02 Subdivision
8/23 2tchg 8/09 Septic tank Installed. $500 GOLQ"tAILI'
Call after six,9647015. Itpd 8/09 TWO.TALL LAMP* $2S
-495.
Lok.Chevy $ NEW BRICK HOME 3'
THI GREAT AMERICAN CAR STORE- mar Country Club. down; $100 a month. Call 964-9606. i' ,;
COLEMAN POP-UP CAMPERS Like poir. 431.1970 or -431.J616.1..pct: 8/9
I Olds-needs qualified GM techni 1983 bedrooms, 2 baths 2200 sq, ft. Call 7/26 Hn TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING t
'PIN".coNSOLI PIANO BARGAIN
I clan. Good pay and b.n.f, Including new. Used only four times Sleeps 5. 782-3670 or 9646213.8/09 2lpd 8116 FIVE ACRES(( Beautifully wooded MACHINES FOR RENT Union County
profit tharlng. Call Ray William., Opens to 19 feet. Lots of extras include KEYSTONE HEIGHTS New custom. built.n.rgy..fflcl.nt homeslte In Clay Cty. Belmor. Creek Times, 150 Main Street Lake Butler. Wanted., : Responsible party to takeover
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964.7500 for appointment. Itchg 8/09 ed. $2900. Call after 5 p.m. 9648856. 2 bedroom cedar '(near Gold Head Slot Park). 14000. Phone 496-2261. for Information TFN monthV payments on.pIftetpl.CbnI

LAKI CHEVY-OLDS-Th Great American Itpd 809HORSESI ham. on 1 acre. $8900 down and $-425' By ewner. 479-2197. 7/26 4tchg' 8/16 .41OFFICI. be seen locally. Write
I Credit P.O. Box 6033 Ft.
Manager
; Car Star !I. looking for a f.w good Registered stud. Registered p.r month. No closing cost Discountfor BY .OWNERt 2 waterfront .lake lots SPACE AND MINI .
Beach Flo. 33931
; m.n to round out our present sales gelding and others. 964-6112 or cash. Call ((904)) 473-2669. for. Info. faceted on George' lak In WAREHOUSES Far rent next to Lake Myers CLEANER
FILTER QUEEN VACUA
I fore. If you can .ell or wont to learn 9645261. BOATS: Call 964-6112 or 8/09 2tchg 8/16 Florahom" Virgin land..Most ..11, Call Butler Apartment'.. Call 496-3939. Good cond. sale for Information
how .you ow. It to yours.ll to call Dick 964-5261.8/09. 2tchg 8/16 Wl BUY lit and 2nd Existing Morgtage 964-9630.'Itchg 8/09. days or 462-1999 evenings 4-chg price $99.90 .
call 7926111.lcngB9
VAN loaded McElhon
j Robert for on appointment. N.w Sal.sClass 1984 DODGE B-150 CUSTOM and also originate home'.quity loans 7/19-8/9 .y's
I Call 964-75OO. and luxurious. Nikon F-3 comara Call Ui langley at 964.5010.8/09 tfn : ,. .
forming now. body speed light. MD4 motor drive, 50 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES MOBILE HOME 3 BDRM I 112 BH, with 14. ft.FIBERGLASS BOAT 201rp.C.lermotor
Itchg 8/09 12 X 16 add-on. 12 X 12
mm lens, 80.200 mm lens, 2x utility and trailer ,$1000. Phone.
PART-TIME CLERICAL HU.Pi Requiresconscientious CARS & TRUCKS building with
washer/dryer
hookup .
496-3644 offer 5:00 8/9
magnifier and gadget bag $1500. p.m.chg:
motur.adult with torn 9 X 12 pump hous. Fenced Yard:
PIGS AND SAL 7 25 Ibe.
knowledge of Insuronc. For appoint. lead European crystal Art oil treasures paintings featuring, Steins, china 24X "9 CHEVY IMPALAi 350 engine, on. OWN YOU. OWN Jean-Sportsweor. Phone 4962842. 1-chg each$10 each,2 pig pigs average 40 Ib*. each$15
m.nt. call 9646313. Itpd 8/09 owner. Good tires. 964-6328. 7/12 tfn HOUSE BORM horn In lake Butler
I cabin.ts-llght.d fi articles from Ladles Apparel, Combination Accessories each. 1 sal 125 Ib*. $45.. Phone-
i CLASS C OPERATOR for Lawtey Wat.rD.pt. 1974 CADILLAC DEVILLEi Sedan 4-door; within walking dlstanc to school.
; SI..
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collectibias. Large 196.33321-pd
Eastern Block countries. Rare stor National ,
For details, Inquire lawtoy City 1972 89YARD
fully .quipped. Oatsun pickup. brands Jordach 496.39561-pd MOBILE HOMA 12 X 65 2 BDRM.
: Hail, 782.3454.8/093tchg 8/23 Starting price $50 A up.473.7905 : Chic Lee, Levi, BH
Both In excellent
condition. 964-7184.
for appt. Vanderbilt lied Esprit Irl< I CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT now taking 8/09
for offlc.r.Mud COLOR TVt $99 and up. Next to Stark. Itpd Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente. Evan SALE MOPED Cheap needs some repair
I application. on. pollc. Truck Stop south of Stark.. 9648212. 1912 CAMAROi Power steering, power Picon.. Clalborn. Member Only. $150.00, ELECTRIC HOT WATER
standards.
have certified pollc. brakes. AM/FM. 5.0 Liter V-.. $8,000.
: Apply at City Hall Mrrll Ds offlc*. 11/24 tfn 9648721.712 tfn Organically Grown Healthtex 700 I TWO FAMILIESi Friday. 9a.m. Ceramic, HEATER 20 gal. practically new,.
r MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES! Windows s other $7.900 to $24,900 Inventory night stand bed frames, broiler $75.00. !Bath may be seen at Powell'
8/09 CAN
1 EXPERIENCED Itchg MOBILE HOMI REPAIRMAN doors, plumbing and elec. supplies; IS$.IT...'TRUE 1 Through YOU the U.S.BUY Government.JEEPS FOR airfare training fixtures, grand opening clothes, household Items. Corner Mobil. Park after 6.00: p.m.dolly. all,
with tools. In also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER 1 etc. Can open 15 days.Mr. Keenan Southwest 6th Av.. and West Main. day Saturday. 1-pd
I own Apply personat G.t the fact todayl Call ((305) 678-3639. COUCHES AND LOVE SEAT
mil. South of Stark 3/01 tfn Itpd 8/09 Itchg 8/09 Light tan
100W.st .
I Olln's Mobil. Horn. Sal.s, Hwy. 1-312-742-1142, .xt. 609. 7/26 EOW '
With Ic. NEW OFFICE BUILDINOi St. w/scotchgoord 'good cond. $350.
Stork., Fl. 8/09 SIDE-SY-SIDE REFRIGERATOR Augustln
Itchg 9/06
mak.r. Brown good condition. $150.! Appraised at 260000. Best cash offer Phone 496-3669 or 496-2265' after 6:00
LADY TO DO HOUSEKEEPING 4 or 5 daysa Eta OLDS OMEGA Power B MISCELLANEOUSREDUCE
Call 9645997. Itpd 8/09 steering over 199999. Must sell by August 31. p.m. 1-chfl: 8/9 .
w..k. Apply In person at Olln'sMobil. brakes; AC; 69,000 mil**. New tires. ((904)) 8296909. Martin DUN BUGGY With,fiberglass. body
Horn. Sal.s, 100 W.. MOBILE HOME ON ONE ACRE OF LAND Broudy P.O.
Hwy. 23507823307. 8/09
Stark.. Itchg 8/09 24x60; utility shelter pav.d drive.12x14 1980 FORD PINTO Itchg 4-sptwd with AC. Box 1689. St. Augustln Florida 32085._, SAFE AND FAST With Go...* $450. call 496-2210 after 6:00 p.m.

screened porch remodeled Great mechanical condition with low (fcon' Capsules.and E-Vap "Water Pills", I-pel 8/9
school. 782.3169 after 5. 7/10 NEED TWO Avallabl
near at Andrew Drug 255 W.
miles. clean Inside and Can
FOR SALE Super out.
Acre of cleared land In Lawt.y n.ar EXPERIENCED Main St. 2-pd 7/26-8/2 ,
b* seen at Stark. Paint Center;$2300.or HELP WANTED .
school. Access to city water 782-3169 belt offer. 964-8181 468-2976 < :HAIRDRESSERS FREE KITTENS TO A GOOD HOMI
after S. Itpd 8/O9 or Knowledge In Advanced Male and females, solid and .
SIMCO SADDLE For pleaiur. riding. after 3 p.m. (trip* PROCESS MAIL At HOME I 75.00
Beautiful markings. Uied a f.w tlm... 1969 NOMAD CAMPER Sleeps 6. Alsorefrigerator. 1912 CHEVY VAN Mark III. Factory conversion halrshaplng styl Call) evening 4962652. I-chg: 8/2 No Experience. Part or perh..ndredl full
good condition. Looks Ilk. n.w. Both In v.ry good condi ing. All call confiden
V.ry plush 4 captain chair. time. Start Immediately. Detoil-
tion. 964.8816. Itpd 8/09
$220. 964-7512. 6/28 tfn couch/bed stereo, electric bar, digital tlol.. Ask for Susan INSURANCEMAINES send *.If-drested stamped
RV-Sth WHEEL COUNTRY AIR 35 foot
FOUR CHICKEN BARNSt 30 ft. x 500 ft. self-contained with A/C. $7,500 OBO. clock. Cobra CB complete lighting Inside :-. 964HAmJanet envelop* to C.R.I.''6092. ,.O. box,
Equipment tanks, fans .tc. Call AC/DC adaptor: full power 3149.. Stuart. F133495.4pd71989GOVIRNMIHT'
Can b. seen at Olln's Mobil. Home INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
9647893. 7/19 4tchg 8/09
control. ''
VICTORIAN OAK FURNITURE Sales Hwy 100 West Stark. 9645606. cruls. Bought new" 19303. M.Starling. Lake Avenue, Lok. Butler, 4963978. JOBS .Thousands 'of
Sell for 9000. Itpd 8/09 vacancies must be filled Immediate
Glassware, and brass. Good used fur. Itchg 809HOMESTEAD Complete Insurance Service,,TFN.
1971 FORD RANGER PICKUP 1983 motor ly. $17,634 te $90,112. Call
DINING SET 5 set Includes
: niture. Wilson Antiques, 3'/i miles on piece and transmission. Low '
mileage nw 7168822900. Ext.. 31Q32.' 2-pd
42" table, with 112" leaf 4 highbacked
South 301.71194tchg 8/09 paint.' Whit. spoke wheels, good tires. R.altor REAL ESTATE 76.89
YOUNG REGISTERED BRAMOUSINt Bull. chairs. Dark pin. wood. I
$1500.964.8503.8/09 2tpd 8/16 GROUND FLOOR" OPPORTUNITY.
i I Bred Limousin cows. 9646411. 8/02 9645667. Itchg 809HOMES 1977 PLYMOUTH FURY station wagon. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF DISTRIBUTORS WANTED NeHenelmenufectwrer
2V4-10 Ac.r $2,000
2tchg 8/09 Light blue. 6 Cyl. 4-dr. 964-4353. $800. oc.S PROPERTY* If I don't haw It, ,I'll findIt of steel. trheM..
28.000 ITU WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER FOR SALE Ac.: Pv'd frntg, .
Itchg 8/09 Just ask. JANE S. USHER. ,I I. .ekl_g representatives for
f On. year old: on. !50,000: BTU Selgler 1973 DELTA 881 Good condition. $395. $12.500. REALTOR. .496-2126 or 4962903. selected eree te merkef hatless. .....

space heater w/2-sp..d blower and FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FEi 2 Coll 782-3834 or 782-3741.' Itpd 8/09 -20 Ac.; Cov'd In pin.*. .ve*. Your Union County Realtor./ m ...................'tew. ass ensrqy
thermostat. On. Toro 5 hp riding lawn 1979 4x4. F-2SO FORD PUt $4,000 Firm. !SO Ac.) $90.000.STATELY 8/04 tfr Hlctont, .....1. end mwMtonrtyelgit
BR. 1 BA. $29,500. Any reasonable offer
mow.r. In good condition. Call will b. considered. 9645010. 3/08 Earl Mus, 964.7535 after 6 p.m. Itpd OLDER HOME *eno e cemptev.line ev mtelBallaiitg

964 8650. 8/02 2tchg 8/09 tin '78 LINCOLN TOWNCARi 4-dr sedan. 3 BR. 2 BA $45,000.. PERSONAL SERVICES *. Proven -., eelectralnmg
FROZEN FOOD CASE Slushle machine. REMOTE QUIET SETTING end ,
1 Loaded. $5,000.080. Can b support. $3.9BB refmi'dable
CEDAR HOME ON 4 PLUS ACRES 3 BR/2 seen at
Coke machine, live bait tub w/screens, 2 BR, 2 BA. .. ,. .11'84.
7.750.
inue ti
BA. CHS A. Fireplace. Approx. 1400 sq. Olln's Mobil. "- Sale. Stark. : DORMAN WILL AND SEPTIC TANK Mnt Per **>*t>
Will sell
dlpnet oth.r pieces. N.g. on. Florida 9645606. Itchg 8/09 .14. Ac. $1,730 per ac. plete. Informetten cull Mr, Brwce et
ft. Priced sell. deal
or all. Call 9644029. 8/02 2tpd 8/09 to 9645691. 7/19 3tpd Package ; wells drilled; water '
t .3 BR 2 BA: Country. l-ea-413-UM. 2pd3 to 8/9 '
ATC HONDA 200 3 months old. Elec. 8/09 RAIFORD/LAKI BUTLER HOMES! 3 pumps, new Installation of septic GOVERNMENT JOBS $!e.C9 thrwh$60,563year.
and $1,500. 9648351. 4 BEDROOM HOMEi Large LR; large DR; $29,300. tanks drain fields and lift station.
start reverie. BR. 11'\ BA. CHSA. W/W .. '
carpet new Now hiring. Yeureree.
kitchen with eat-In bar lots of .FEED STORE45.000.. Mobil. home
; poles avallabl All
8/02 2tchg 809PERDUE'S refrlg. ft UtI!. ...
rang. rm.4 garage. Cell tM- $7..I. R-11&.oItpd
LIQUOR STORE
CHRISTMAS TREESt Largest cabinets; n.wly carpeted; painted and work guaranteed call Tommy Dor- .
1404 sq. ft. on 1 acc near SR 121 and 8/2 to $/30'
decorated, larg. fenced yard. $33.500 AND LOUNGE man 279-2191. UFN 9/1
1 Southeastern has quality 7 ft. '
grower Sinclair Rd. $30,900, MECHANIC 'SABURBAN FORD In Mac
$1,500 dn. *
will consider holding small 2nd more II"owner. SERVICE STATION NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree'removal
.
I ... (Virginia & Whit. Pin.) Pleas. for class A Jn thonlc.
*..1te: P.0. Bolt 781, Washington GA gog.. Call 462-3998,7/26\ 4tcha 8/16 .v... Immediate 1-755-2251 occupancy or 1,752-6238. $40.000 .pndp/ytting.'As9fir for ( wo4akand to,,). .Muff clennv nCeV looking Own fliof 'IHH|'i8)' fe > +..
30673. (fcon) .3 BR. $29.000: pin* sole Call ThonMStj4ttteSA.
\H'10 f'oect A0idlMbl..
.ttrolnaglvsd1186N .
32 FT SCHOOL BUS Motor home. Needs Pov'd frontage.; ,, 494-3823.ufrl: ,1222Subscribe %fc33 ,! H" "''"P'hoIMr295-2298.'ia work. 51700. Will trod. 964.6020. I -. BABYSITTER/HOUSEKEEPER NeededMon
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(904))782.3931 Today I .-Fri.7:30.4:90tran.pa. : etIcn required

Paul's P.O. Drawer UNION COUNTY TIMES 496-3078. 1-chg ATTENTION
( 301 S. Lawtey 496-2261 MOM'S Would Ilk. to babysit your

'- 10 .......... child In my horn. Experienced lunch

Custom Archery and, snack provided pick-up from

t, 'school. For more Info 'call Janice

I Noegal 496-3923 after. 5:00 'p.m.
1 Gator 1-
Complete Equipment __ __ .

Palm Sales Dirt Works NETTLES ..

'2.00 .Custom Fletching .
:
CRAPES .
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TREE
Reading Precision Tuning U-PICK. *: ,* \ ..


& Much.. Much Morel I .prod(.. Bulldoxlng SERVICE ,AAuscbdlnes'(ft Scup--. ;' ,: .

( w So before you buy give us a toll Let Cl_ (... *"" OIrt pernongs.. .( '
*B. that accomplished bow hunter Tree removals t fi r
eBeach Dirt
I A dream come true I I. |lust a phone BocfchooRoad Also pruning, demoss-- LllLVS VINEYARD ,j i'.:. .
.P0n4sD
,.j r1+t q7 } i call away Day or night till 10 P.M. BuiltFree Ing. ,FIREWOOD ,GOURD' MUSEUM. .,,*' I

I Oak E Pin., *T-" r '::1,>, ,

i -- 533-2919 ,'( Estimates a Fr** Delivery Look for big sign.,

Tim Murrh.. 473-4175 Licensed: ft Insured Hwy 100 FlorahamJ2

Ji'r S ,964>$03 or'4-6427 Quality WorkThomat I :MI.E' ; of
v YrC&C DS p. Nettles Keys.o'n.

: \, Own,. "'&-3e23, 659-2121 ..
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Mini-Storage'.J.OMt. '
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Hwy3Ol-South-Stark. ., Over Ch.niwls

'/ Mk L..oI Shopping Center g \, CONCRETE CARLSONHam

I Open ((1 .Satellite ,..._.In*;
House TO GO
964-6020 r Hwy. .100 W.Kyfon.Height' 1

I Saturday, We Deliver. Ir ltG41A73-2"'. '. ,, '
m fe

;'I 1:30 to 4:30 P.M. ,- .. .

'I' Hwy 16 East-lst House on Right LOOkINOPOIt.ISJCAMPOIOUNDf 1/2. yd.-- 1 1,3/4 yd. '
I Horn for Sole
Come and browse -- See this charm Fort Wilderness .

: (mg old farm house, beautiful land; .: Campground ;,A I '473-7655 Open .6'Days a Week Owner, Financing to Qualified BUyer q


I etc. ShooICr..kRd.4Mq. m Hwy'}.100 West ksysloneHeights: Feature*;. 'Brlckt; tr3 .Bedroom Home.; ,2 '
of
Cherokee.on US 441 l. I :
Baths. Room double
Family ,
*Comp/ete/ FaclllHft .. carpOrt.'Insldeutility
TIFflN & OWENS. INC. REALTOR *Heated *SfadySit.s "\ room! CH/A. "Fenced. .yordwutlllty
Poof ,rear .
*Store And_ laundry 'F. .
t J\\' 221 Lafayette St.-Siark Marnle Chuck Wells ,..a Buster Blakely building.'2400 total' square feet

'64-5065 P.O.Box 1579 Location 160 '
r Cheroke..N.C.2$719 MAKE MONEY ; NEt9tfi' Av.nti.fiLok.iButlert [ I II

,,1 Phone ((704)) 497-7331 1. I .,. ( :
,,1 Call 533-2648 : ""10 Ocela i
or 782-3722 _, ':. Ca11498.29d11or6nk ( )

( MAKE MONBYSAVB For Local Information \i '. \,SAVE. MONEY. ,,, .Holm, ; I I,


j MONOT .. I
: '
,1 Carpet (Any 95 t :: 'rEnroll In the H&R Block: Income Tax Course now, ,I :. ; !

Enroll the HSR Block Income) Room $14 It'f I, Make money during tax time. Comprehensive course PilE '.FORESTAPARTMENTS ..

f' Tax Course now Make money Cleaning & HalJ) AYf..i I'' taught,by.experienced, H&R Block Instructors begins ; .. '

'I.R i during course tax taught time.by Comprehensive experienced (Deap Son Extraction Is Also AvatUUe) ._" "" ,eoo'1ln your area., "'

r H&R Block instructor: begin Whole House Special I I .; ';7.5. CEU's Awarded '' . .

soon In your areav (uv. DIn.. .Hall 3 *,. t.... a .

1 7JSCEU'.Awarded :1' .,. _" I ......; .." ..lp.,,
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CARPENTER WORK Remodeling,, work; ,meetings Closed "THEOFFICE
SHALLOW kltch.n cabinet and trim carpentry.Reasonable ,, Monday B p.m. Open
AND DEEP WEU fUMPSt PVC 'meetings Friday 8 Hallmark Cards
REALTY prices. Call 473-4018 offer,, p.m. Alanon Mon. SHOP
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Property Available Bryan Ac. Hardwar, Keystone Hgt. Building Community Church
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.Oft HWY-21. $30 iq.lt.. $300 per mo. AMWAY PRODUCTS.Call td plat your foliation. Free estimates. Ten year* ,'OVEREATERS' ANONYMOUS. dues, : Video Players & :
SM COTTAOI on 1AKI enter Nutrillt Need experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for "
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4 cleaning deposit.MILROSS 473-3671AJ10 Hnchg All of home repair, .Educational 1 for the
2BR 2 Both horn, f fireplace. SINGER ATHENA 2000 Sew end!, look. mobllohome repairs, and fix-up, needs. Heights ,473-J790 Building.. pd'.ttir /K.r..ton.: DFFlce' ',:
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.u.en porch Balance No lob too small. Minor plumbing or SHOP Rent :
ut"lty I00"1'* available n w. Orlg. price $939. Dui NNGOiAMERICAN LEGION ,i
JiI,1s f I $323 ct month, $319or S23 monthly. 47S-20061tpd B9.Ie repair, Cleaning service; tight: haul. 4' 803 SR-21 north Keystone HALLPo.Height 'yve have Ptl! tr.w,0.t., of>*(.>',1'.,
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PENNEY CO. Custom Ing. 473-3671 day or evening. ,1lsturdoy
'" ".'* KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MALTY Decorating Sal. Up Big lo August 50 pr c.nt off, SEWING MACHINES CLEAN ol'ar.d, ad- ; vlted. 5/31 Bingo tfnchg, 730 pm. Public In. from pens to desks, and Buy' ,< ":1.:.

'.J' "' Reeltor/.n..1 Custom dropei, b.dspr.ods', carpet lust tension In your home. $14.95 Call SELL OR TRADE. Yamaha Console Piano everything in between .;( /; :"
MOMLI HOMI FOR RENT 28R urnl.hed.. vertical blind. Call 771-6361 and ak' 475-2006, Ttpd 89YARD ( excellent conditon for a horse of equal ,
'b A/C. $170 a tea: plu* d. 684-6634 for Joyce McOee 3tchg 8/9-23 .:Value. Piano priced at $1300. Call ,... '. '1. ', 'fJJf' 'ri
."3RK. KITCHEN EQUIPPED ios.-In. It fT SLIDE hi Open Hood camper. SALE .,473-2183, : or 473-7947 tfnchg 7/26
Avolloble Sepf 1. 904266-ara9'' 2tchg \fSelfcontalned. with lack stand, exten, IfAC RAT- Buy, Sell and trod. Used fur- i "
IM 1tA HOMI wall fa wall carpet Cer! dible bumper. $793 Call 4734092Itchg THREE FAA IIL V.. {t..,(fillure, appliances, hcusehold trol' H/A, fireplace. Ort Brooklyn 8/9 garage vale Saturday.",,y.l llectobles; glassware old 'jewerly' f V' ;'"
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23 a month. 473-440 tchg 8/9 etc. 473.21831fnchg 7/26
2M UNFURNISHED TRAILER $12 h.p. Johnton Sea Horse engine on 0, Nightengale. First house on left| | after TOUR ISRAEL 10 day*.,November 27. LAK'RE\ ION TRAVEL\
Ihly. Located between Melrose$ man and' heavy duty tilt trailer.,New battery. Extra MINI end of STORAGE pave road. Itchg 8/9 ....M,, ,''IJlmSignup ASAP..cl;546-2)67.) John;', ,
Hawthorn.. Weekdays, 1 tank; and equipment all.In good garage .ale. Highway ? ,Harris, Rt I Box 342 'C, Hawthorne :, '' ,' '
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STEEL a axle .' ,
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Avollobte Jun. 15 wing romp Just built, Asking right corner of .NOTICECLASSIFIED ') .
Parking Orchid. '
BR-21 In Saturday Aug. .' ,
Keystone shop 47J-7707,. 5/17"n $1095..,-' Coll'' 473-4052'"" Itchg H II-8/9-..,:- 'I.1'-*;'!"!!' elo h... games and book. .. | I '
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IAKB BROOKLYN MOKERISE SUBi Itpd 8/9 should be sub
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month.964-3663 and or 475-2634.refrigerator} $300 Saturday, Aug. 10-11, 95.Friday Fairway ", *?'... endp! already established LWIN I A FREE CRUlSE.l.|
tpd 8/09 14' WIDI MOBILEHOME on Deer Avenue. NOTICE EARLY BIRDS WILL BE? "wtih this office.MONITOR .
WANTED '"""" Spring, take. '$29,900 with $3000 SHOT ON SIGHT. Itchg 8/9 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
_, down. Good term 6n balance. THREE FAMILY yard sole, Saturday' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .
"7J-22'21tpd 1 8/9 August l 9.1 ,CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS ''
MED RCLIABU. PERSON 'for' lawn and | Hwy: 218 off 21. Between THE TELEPHONE. TAKEN OVER On the S.5.'Emerald'' Seas
ar ve cars maintenance. Must 1982 CORONA MOBILE HOMEl Carpet, Keystone and Melrose. Follow!
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kitchen Itpd 8/9
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care 'lroctor"cirVd riding mow.r. prior to Thursday publication. '
Mu.t have own transportation. 4 hr. a Egg Market. Putnam Hall. $8,50O. Call GARAGI SALE Sat. August 11, 9.4 p m., Minimum charge I 15 word for$2.75, REGISTER' AT'OUR'.
day 3 day Week. M pr hr. Melroraarea. 473-2067; I Itchg 809PERSONAL on 21.8 lust off Hwy-21 Household '.then 10 cents for each word thereafter. ,
475.1336.11pd 8/9 Items, tool., typerwrlter, bicycle, I" ,. ,} ,
MIDDU AGE LADY to live In and car.for piano and more Itchg 8/9 :' .. '
eldery lady ,In. Stark' 'oreo; Call SERVICES THREE-FAMILY garage sole, Catorbone LAKE BUTtER CBS 3 BR, "'/, BAs W/W : ; y ,
94-8789. ttchg 8/9 ., Lake westslde, FrIday. Saturday and carpet, f H8A, new refrlg ft, ronge, OPEN HOUSE"d" "I. ; \ "
NEED SOMEONE to mow and rake your NEED' MEDICARE INSURANCE? Coll Sunday 9- till. Itpd 8/9 Xiutll:?rm.. garage 1404 .q. ft, ;on '/ /. .G lawn. Coll George:4751930. I Ircha 8/9 Chuck SaHerwhlte, State Farm In.luronc. GARAGE SALE Friday and Saturday QC. (woods 8 creekon E. side), conCrete 'i"J//" 4'
JICRETARY' TAKING A VACATION or, .. Lawrence Blvd.. Keyctone Clothing furniture misc. Silvan Way driveway' on paved street near Sunday, 'August 12 .......,.... 3:00: 5:00: p.m.?.: ,. ,
:tome One tick In the office. will fill In Height. 473.7272.7/19 tfrt by Community Church, Itpd 8/9 ; ;,school 5 blk, all 5R121, lake Butler ,
for you. Call 473-2893> ,oft.r .6 p.m. NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE? Call Chuck THREE FAMILY garage tale.Saturday, .<:$31,500.: $1,57 dn. By owner 473-7234'
Good! reference*. tfn; Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance, Aug. 11. 9-t111. Furniture and misc.. 1.75S,2731' or 1.75?,6719 evesSubscribe '
"" Lawrence Blvd., Fourth house on left on Grove Street .... 275 S. Lawrertce Blvd.
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mOPlYMOTH"j ( 'DUSTER" 54,000, original. Motors

food condition rcnty painted;' Terwillegar .
<.....tt. radio ,6, .cylinder. Call ,. .

.1W7,479-1347 CHEV.Itpd P.U.8/9 A.T./A.C./AM-FM_ CB. '" .,. .. : has. the nicest selection. of Used Cars. & Trucks:you'll :find. '!''.'> '':I: .

.:.Asklno... ..HOUSES$1,395.473.225214pd FOR SALE 8/9 ". .:. : :We! 'can save you a/let of. money'' ,and 'put you in a .super nice ride. ': ,'. I" "

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KIYSTONE CLUB'' ESTATES.. New. roomy .COMPARE :- ,' COMPARE = COMPARE '
38R 2BA horn Garage 'laundry .-.-. ,. .
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$54,000. CaIl..7S2J598"tpd.726816'OLOE.3I1R. 1" : Mercury ,
14 Bath with on* land.Mle .' Two.'Tone vyl'alJ'options ', LS Sedan (Gas job), I like new .with ,only 5pO rnilesEvery .
gore paint : :,1.. ;: > pnty\' .: :OOO.miles w/al(l options .
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3BA Older doubt*wld.3 Outbldg
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,li special Mack: p.lntlob. Sold .wlhls year for over '25,000 $ "i Q :9 9 5''' Local one owner car with everything on It..This was r
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,.83" Ford Thunderbird .Coupe. ," "'''' 80 oletlCamaroZ28 \sone,o u\. .

S60ddark blue with white leather: $ O :*1\1\ r
: 9 9,5 Solid black paint CW ,

.All sptionj on [lilt one and Its Iken.w.. ,'.1.; '.' .'. . ;. W Check this one out . . ... . .,. . . . $6,995Special

V ,,STOCK-DYED? 82 Cadillac Fleetwood .'. : .' -; 80',and 81 Ford Big ;Bronco's

SPACE-DYED? Brougham Coupe,completely loaded with' option $ I 2 9 9 5', We have five to choose from,an In good condition' "

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'the fibers (fci the carpefy(!'i : 495 : .
x I StrockadyedtarpesfiberIaret : .ml .Interim, leaded with opt e ,mriy 29,000 mine -.tw'v; : I .j \ : .' \
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4hoia whithy74'" 1yO t before 82 Buick Regal Limited S.tkNP' ': ,;,' ,.a r !,., ':> ,

the yam" u If I" (JunlOn'' :! .' the'o: char' Gwd teetckig two-teM. Mm with wire'wheel covers', .,:. :Ja5"( \ 84 F600 J Van ",Body Power lath Gate Trucks

CM p+dnd whetwb/," spqce..mg dlfer.L\t t IJ!a -tpIl''o.tilor.are ; tF. stereo and air. CMdWrnhig,Mmvf\ >-.*. ....:. . .'. t1 .: :,,.. ". Only'3.000miles,2'speedreoraxlefactory' << : ''aircortdpower82'Trans ; .. ;. j

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