Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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JUL (0) 21985


Bradford C '. PKY LIBRARY

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Outside.. .' Two i Sections> 'I'/,i ii(1 .'i';. SINCE 1879 :

Fair weather, except for a chance of continued afternoon and SECTION AI' 12 Poges ,o'f
evening thundershowers. Nows. .. . . .. Pagos I-3A .,
Highs in the low !90s, lows in the upper 60s. Editorials. . . . .Pogo 4A / act
That means more hot, humid summer weather with a 20-30 percent Social News. .Page 5-7 "
chance of scattered mostly afternoon and evening thunderSport.. . . .. Pago e. lOA lIp&ci5 '
showers for this weekend.} Public Not tc... . ;. Pago 10A IZ< 1DAt
No important funnel system is seen, presumably meaning little CloMlH.di. . . ". .Pag.. 11.12 lq'17 '? \ f''t 1:. p1.0
liklihood of a tornado. 1 <
Wednesday's rainfall Marke.. Outlying areas received just a trace to none. Ski Clul . . . . .Pogo in ) 1
Rainfall remains well below normal. The 3-4 Inches of rain in Alr Show. . . . . .png*48 \. .t:
June is well below the month's average of 7.07 inches. Deaths. 6.9B The 3t'1
Aeries This Side of Heaven
I 30-year average rainfall January-June is 23.86 inches. Some 15.5 Fott.r Por.nn.SB
inches of rain has been recorded to date in 1985. Nw Brtf. . Pog.. .7iom 106th Year STARKE FLORIDA '25 Cents Copy
49th Issue Thursday June 27, 19115 DSPS 062-700

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Wok noting Coin ]Pay Telephone Calls, Directory.. Assistance to Cost MorePhone I

charges continue to in The latest increases are part of a' been a dime here. There has been no free call allowance for long distance implemented in May, 1984. .
crease. nationwide program to help keep the charge for directory assistance.The directory assistance calls in Florida. Coin; stations'in CONTEL's exchanges -
Tie a Yellow Ribbon... Beginning July 1, customers of cost of local service from increasing charge for local director Customers may continue to ask for will be modified to receivedthe
When employees arrived at the Continental Telephone Company of according 10 a June 24 news assistance call will be 25 cents with two number during each call, said new 25 cent charge.
courthouse, they found a large the South/Florida, which includesthe release Issued by Continental an allowance of three free directory Continental The Florida Public Service Com-
yellow ribbon tied around the big exchanges of Starke, Lawtey, Telephone. The plan will require on- assistance calls each month. The mission has worked diligently with
oak tree in front of the building. and Kingsley Lake, will pay 25 cents ly customers who use those servicesto number the customer dials tor local The Federal Communications the local and long distance telephone
"I'm coming home I've done my for a local coin pay station telephone pay for the cost of providing them.. directory assistance is 1411. Commission has already approvedan companies ;in the state to develop
time, and I've got to !know what is charge and 25 cents for directory The Florida Public Service Com Continental customers will also AT&T interstate directory these charges, says the CONTELnes
and isn't mine If you receive my assistance.Last mission has approved the increased pay 25 ceznts for each long distance assistance charge of 50 cents for release. The Commission
letter telling you I'll soon be free, month a $1 per month line access charges for tolls and directory.. directory assistance call in Florida calls outside of Florida. This plan believes this to be a better approachthan
then you'll know just what to do if charge was tacked onto each assistance. ((1-555-1212, 1-305-555-1212. allows for two free directory a flat rate monthly charge to all
you still want me. phone bill. Local coin telephone calls have 1-813-555-1212). There is no monthly assistance calls per month and was customers, the news release states.

"Tie a yellow ribbon round the .
old oak tree. It's been three long
years. Do you still want me?
) "If I don't see a ribbon round the
: old oak tree, I'll stay on the bus, New
I. forget about us, put the blame on
me if I don't see a yellow ribbon : t
I round the old oak tree. th* ;
, "Bus driver, please look for me ,
, cause I couldn't bear to see what I :: _ _
f might see. I'm really still in prison Warrant
and my love she holds the key. Ajl' '
simple yellow ribbon is all I need to J
jl' set me free. : J

"Tie a yellow ribbon round the : : __.._
old oak tree. Now the whole darn Issued
I bus is cheering and I can't believe I -ffttIjfWfffftItLh1Idth1JJis!
see a hundred yellow ribbons round .
]j the old oak tree."
, The song became identified with
the U.S. hostages in the Iranian .+
embassy, and now the symbolismis For
for the hostages in Beirut.

On Patriotism...

I, The Chamber of Commerce suggests NormanA

that everyone fly an
American flag July 4 to
, demonstrate their patriotism. new warrant was issued
I "We seem to forget just how Wednesday, June 26, for the arrestof
great this country is and how for L. J. Norman, charging him with
tunate we are to live here. It usually x&jgr&sgss& conspiracy to traffic in cocaine,
takes an incident such as the *9tySpS .''jHfi delivery of cocaine and traffickingin
TWA-847 highjacking to remind us cocaine, according to State Attorney
of this this fact," Chamber Director .- Investigator Wiley Clark.
Mike Cooney sayss'-. "We are not through with Mr. Nor-

"The Chamber directors,ask that *_,... .<*, .':. ........ .:,M.Mnii* B._,. *.* -<..*_....,. ':/fNC'Y.Ga..bage $'....... roan," said Assistant State Attorney
you business display and( your hour flag home both on at July your 4. "" Crfmpactor-lirOperation,.. t nnda j,"with"a .learfy! tii-cttni 'orpldfci/p'tfucki: 'I and'and jrge'i Barbara ,.time and money ElvtetU invested,.:;aya.Jiay:in,{this:;a.o; case). ,of""".".. _, .-r__-':,,;

Be proud of the freedom we so easi- Road Dept. Supervisor J.B. Crawford points out to mechanic Pete truck unloading. The garbage/ has to be compacted every day andco't'ecl and we are not going to let him get
with six inches of soil. '
take for how the 71,000 ad $107.000 Catepillar compactor grinds up away.
ly granted. Eberlin new poi
With its large cleats the compactor, which has the same motor as In a
last week in
down. Commissioners Norman aquitted
the in the Keystone landfill and mashes it was
1>-6 Calepillar bulldozer, ran up and down the steep landfill hole withease.
Circuit Court due
On Beautification. figure the compactor will make the landfill last a third longer. County
.. The cab is air-conditioned.
demonstration to legal technicality in a cocaine-
The landfill was a busy place during the compactor a

"Bradford CountyGrowing More __. m.n..,......_"", ,..,. t.7II'I! '!t.\b\I ,4-t.."" trafficking trial. and added
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old "We cured the technicality
1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon a new charge of conspiracy,"
car tags and bumper stickers. Compactor Helps Life n said Clark. This new case should go
The tags and bumper stickers are to trial in July or August.
on sale at the Chamber of Commerce Norman's attorney, in his opening
office or from members of statement last Thursday, told of
the Highway Beautification Com- Norman's involvement in drugs due

mittee: Reggie Flynn, Beveraly At Bradford Landfill .. to an individual weakness resulting
McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy from personal problems and said he
Torode. They are also on sale at planned to show his client was In-
Mitchell's Drugs, Arrival Monday, June 24, of the (DER) said the county was not com- sane due to drug use at the time of
The Office Shop, and Chastain'sGift county's new $107,000 garbage com- pacting the garbage enough with the the offense.
and Gallery. pactor signals a further step into the bulldozer it has been using. r 1S
Funds raised will be used in the ever growing more expensive trash The huge Caterpillar machine, i r PI ., Before he closed the state's case
beautification of median strips on disposal business for Bradford equipped with large, sharp cleats on V ..w e "t Thursday afternoon Assistant State
US-301. residents. the hug metal wheels, easily mashedthe I :t r"4ll Attorney Thomas Elwell presented
. The new 74,000 pound, compactor, garbage down and the cleats .r + witnesses who said they bought 42
the latest addition in the county's on- break open plastic bags which, full grams of cocaine from Norman.

j Square Dance... going battle to keep open its landfillin of air, have been hampering the
the southeastern part of the coun- compaction.The a.r. Attorney David M. Robbins, who
There is square dancing each ty close to Keystone Heights, will county is buying the machineon A $65 Book... defended Norman, restated that the
first Saturday of the month at the compact garbage better, making for a 5-year lease-purchase, under chemist who testified Thursday said
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. more efficient degeneration of the which Ring Power Company has Mechanic Pete Eberlin goes over the repair and parts manual which the 42 grams of powdered substancesold
, Next dance Saturday, July 6, will refuse, and making the landfill area agreed to buy the machine back at came with the new compactor with King Power sales representative to an undercover agent was only
: be a covered dish supper at 5:30: last a third longer. The compactorwas the end of five years. Scott Baker. This book will enable the Bradford mechanic to order parts 37 percent cocaine. Robbins pointedout
p.m., a plus-workshop at 6:30: p.m.j ordered becauses the Depart- and tell them how to work on and service the new machine. County com that Norman was charged with
I. and a mainstream square dance at ment of Environmental Regulation (See Ga..bage..p.2A) missioner Maxle Carter Jr. and Road Foreman J.B. Crawford look on. trafficking cocaine, which means,
8 p.m. with all singing calls by according to the law, that a total of
.1 callers Ken Perez and Earnie 28 grams, (one ounce) of cocaine
I Rollen. must be sold.Because .

I For more information contact Smith is Bradford's TeacheroftheYear
Millard Brown, phone 9647955. Sandy the powder had, been
diluted the pure cocaine didn't weigh
Puppet Show...! According to Miss Smith, she was teacher program at BHS. Last whether "one stays in the the necessary 28 grams, Robbins
but fair. That's Sandra interned profession, Miss Smith.
Tough born into that valued education Christie Redding Torode says said.
Attention boys and girls I Smith, the 1985 Teach of the Year at and a hard work. Her father under Miss Smith and is now Miss Smith was honred Monday
There will be a special musical Bradford High School. in the business as a teaching at BHS in the beginning night, June 24, at the Bradford Elwell contended that the powder
puppet show &t the Bradford County began grocery teacher with Miss Smith school board meeting. Supt. Jim sold the and
"Miss Smith Mavis Sandra stock and became Southern program as to agent was cocaine
Library beginning at 10 a.m. Duncan the teacher of the
1 her teacher. presented 42 of the
Ij Smith is known to her students Division President and Corporate peer weighed grams regardless
1 i Tuesday, July 2. teaches Advanced Biology andBiology Vice-President of the A&P Team Last year Miss Smith worked as a year plaque, and invited the reticent strength or purity.
Guest puppeteers Marty Rhoden Miss Smith to address the school
j II at BHS. Her early childhood edua- peer teacher with BHS instructor
and Paula McKinney will present Company. board "...for length of time
' any
Shirley Gillis. J Crews
I' Rueben Tex and Gator "She was a tough woman. She hada tion was obtained in Alabama, Circuit Judge John
j Ticklish you'd
wrestled with the issue than 40
i for your enjoyment. This program glance that could kill, says a Florida, and Texas. "This program places a lot of "No, Sir," Miss Smith replied, and minutes Friday morning more before rulIng -
I\1 will begin at 10 a.m. and is open to former student at DuPont High in After from Rice U., responsibility on the peer; teacheras retired to her seat amid com in favor of the defense.
all children ages 312. Jacksonville.She it many mean the difference as to pliments and a standing ovation.
is well educated she worked five as a research
I] be Thurs- very very years
There will no program School of .. "If this wasn't a serious problem,
I, well disciplined. "Kids won't take assistant at Bowman Gray -, r.J.4J awn: "-
: day, July 4. information her class if they're not willing to Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C. r + yw. I wouldn't be perspiring like I am,"
For more phone Crews said after listening to both at-
authored several
! work, says a fellow teacher.Of She publications
964-6400. concerning chemical changes in torneys. A trafficking conviction
t: Minister of Year...? herself, Miss Smith says best"I cancerous tissues.The research pro- carries a mandatory three-year pr-
believe that students learn
cedures, techniques, sion sentence.At .
The Kiwanis Club of Starke is through example and I try by exam animal procures she finds In- _
sponsoring the 3rd annual Ministerof pie to teach fairness, honesty, valuable in her teaching duties to- ? ci 9:43: a.m., Crews granted the
the Year Award. responsibility, involvement, excellence j defense motion for acquittal of the
I The club requests all interested of work, and critical think- day.Reaching the highest level possi- cocaine-trafficking charge.
persons to write, in their own ing and study skills. I see my content ble in research with her degree,
words why they feel their ministershould area as being one through which I Miss Smith determined it was time Norman was scheduled for trial
receive this award. Theyare can help students develop concerns for a career change. Since she en- this week in Duval County on
asked to include what the for the value of life and an joyed working with charges of trafficking cocaine on
,, minister has done for his church awareness"of the effects of scienceon and had taken some education May 21, 1984. Robbins ask for and
and community. The letters of society. courses in college, Miss Smith received a continuance until August
recommendations should be limitedto Two yearbooks have been returned to Jacksonville and 9.
several short paragraphs or less. dedicated to Miss Smith, one at BHS became a substitute teacher while
Deadline Is Friday, July 5. Mail in 1980 and another at DuPont Highin taking classes for certification."I .
entries to: Kiwanis Club of Starke, 1970. She is chair person of the Early DeadlineSet
! P.O. Box 125, Starke,.FL 32091. Science Dept. at BHS, a class spon- discovered right away I en- for'Next Week.
sor, on the committee for developing joyed teaching. I found it challeng
[ science curricula, was a STAR tag and always interesting as you Because of the July 4 holiday
Upcoming... (Student-Teacher Achievement are working with teenagers that are and fact that there is no mail
Recognition Program, Florida just beginning to think critically.The delivery next Thursday July 4,
The Starke Zoning Board will be Chamber of Commerce) in 1976, rewards come when each year a the Telegraph will be published a
tonight (Thursday, June 27) at 7 works on student scheduling in the few students return to tell you how day early.
'p.m. In city hall. summer, on the Library Commitee, much easier you made college. for, Deadline for all news items,
The Bradford County Commis- and was a member of the Blue Ribbon them. classified advertising, display
sion will meet July 1, at Advisory Committee to the As a teacher, Miss Smith also ,advertising, and legal advertis-
9:30: a.m. for its regular meeting. school board, to list just some of her finds it rewarding to be able to help and Sandy Smith, Teacher of the Year... ing will be S p.m.Monday, July 1.
Commissionwill others Into the
The Lawtey City work. come profession Plans are to mail the June 27
meet Monday night, July 1, at Miss Smith earned a bachelor of have a successful experience. Three Miss M. Sandra Smith is congratulated by Supt":Jim Duncan who lang edition Wednesday morning,July
7:30: p.m. arts in biology at Rice University, years ago Richard 0 Connell now a her praise. at the school board meeting Monday night June 24. Miss 3.
The Starke City Commission will Texas, and a master of science in teacher at Keystone Heights High Smith at blolcgy Instructor at Bradford High, received a standing ova -The EditorInside.
meet Tuesday. July 2, at 7:30: p.m. education at the University of School, interned under Miss Smth lion from the istembled group of school officials. .
Florida. and went through the beginning


1'agr'tA 1 TEUttiKAHII. June 27,1985

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Bradford Zoning Board Batting; .5OO "

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Batting .500, the Bradford Zoning single family i residential to open formed the board) = that he had been
Board agreed on one reclassification rural. Zoning board member Rick approached by local attorney Gene
recommendation and deadlockedon Replogle, Mark Hardenbrook and AI Shaw who had voiced his oppositionto
the second at the Tuesday, June Richardson turned thumbs down changing the zoning.
25, monthly meeting. while Robert Scott, Mrs. Brenda "It's not going to be anything
Keystone Heights area developerJack Thomas and Morris Starling agreed that's going to hurt the! property,"
Courtnay had three items on with the application.The said Bill Dobbs, who indicated Shaw
ar the list for zoning change action. The property is east of Starke just previously had horses in the same
zoning board approved Courtnay's off SR-16 and Northeast 13th Street area.
e requests, and the property will (Flume Road). Speaking for her Concern centered around a desireto
\" ., 1 1 b become part of a 36-acre retirement husband, Mrs. Williard Jordan said restrict mobile homes from com
,'- community if final approval Is givenby they had originally bought most of ing into the area.
\. the cqunty commission at its the family place with intentions of Because of the tie vote, the change
\ Monday, July 1, meeting developing it after his retirement. application will be sent to the county
The first parcel of land is approximately However,ill-health on her husband's commission with no recommenda
rL 15 acres in a planned unit part for the last several years has, tion.
development off Southeast 43rd made them cancel their plans.
L L M' g Street (Speedville Road Courtnay "We intend to buy the property if it Board of Adjustment...
asked the zoning board for approvalin is rezoned," said Connie Wiggins. Changing hats to the Bradford
t re-defining the boundaries of the "We intend to build a Targehome..we County Board of Adjustment, the on
e PUD, in effect changing the zoning. don't need 20 acres of ly request, by Madeline and Howard
) to single family residential land to build a home on," as she told Lowry for a set-back variance in the
"' '-":. .; ......" The second request was to take the the board of her and her husband's Little Lake Santa Fe was
15-acres, add 3.2-acres to it and then plans to have a few cows on the pro. withdrawn.

L, y ,a H.t have that parcel rezoned to perty.
multifamily residential. This "The primary reason I moved to
category allows a maxium of eight this side of town was to build a -Replog'i is Chairman..
units per acre. home," said Larry Noegel. "I feel In other action, Replogle was
aTr, The third portion of business was that this is just out of place to rezone elected as chairman of the board of
bt the changing of'an adjoining 17.9 this for this." adjustment with AI Richardson being
acres from single family residentialto Board member Rick Replogle in selected as vic -chairman.
residential and office. This .-. -
lf category would allow professional ..
offices, such as medical, in a .
primarily residential -, 1
f "We're Cox Appliance
losing very good people ,::
who are having to go to retirement ....,:if"'" 'F :
--- ---- communities in Jacksonville," said I ;.. t$
Mrs. Margaret Brown Receives June Improvement. Award._.nopel'at..s Courtnay. & .
The board voted favorably on all t
The recipient of the Bradford Improvement Awardfor a commercial refrigeration business. i
change requests and sent themto
the month of June is and
George Margaret the county commission for final Air ConditioningService
Brown. Decorator Donna Gruen used a French Provincial action.
Mrs. Brown receives the award from the Improvement theme and a Queen Anne's desk and chair in the front I .i'i
Committee Chairman Susan Reddish of the office which has polished brass fittings and Opposition to OR... : I .
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce. mahogany trim on the door above, and in the awn- .
It was an even with three ''l"t
Mrs. and Mrs. Brown remodeled their
ings over the windows. Extensive work was done to .
building on south Walnut Street beside the Chamber the exterior, including sandblasting the brick and members agreeing and three 'ioo.\" ,\I..., ...
office, now occupied by their son. Rex Brown who painting the trim disagreeing with Williard Jordan'sapplication t> -\: Service and Repair on:
to rezone 21 acres from L
; All Appliances
1/ Major
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Garbage... f..... Refrigeration Electrical

(from page IA) I JOE COX, OWNER

On-Going Battle... landfill, since the city contributes 25 -
The county's permit to operate the percent of garbage which goes to the
landfill has expired. landfill which the county figures it
Two of DER's main complaints costs $100,000 per year to operate. //964-74'621
about the garbage disposal systemwas City commissioners have discussed
the lack of proper compaction, such a contribution, but reached no
and the fact that the landfill effluent decision. Rt. 2, Box 2116 .
K. may be contaminating the local Faced with ever-growing garbage i
drinking water supply. DER also disposal costs, the county commis- (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd. )
wants more wells dug around the sioners are talking about, in the Starke, Florida 32091
? landfill to test for contamination of future, placing a garbage charge on Check the Yellow PagesOf
the water supply. all residents of the county and all
a' municipalities within the Our Local Phone Book .
The county has also retained county. :
d4'w engineer Glen Williamson of Baker For Quality Service & Repair N Mnr

d i I''County repermitted.fflu8 to work.-on gelling the. landfill ... .. __ ___.__ h_ _. .__., ._ .
? / ,,j the without a garbage control ordinance ,
since Judge George Pierce THANK YOU

.'1rr( xt constitutional declared the because county's it did law not sufficiently un-- Craig Salley & Assoc. and Mr. Ernie Triest, Jr:
define what is /litter and
what is garbage. For Buying My Hog and Supporting the Bradford County Fair
New county attorney Reggie
Flynn is working on a new ordinanceto
Grinding Up Garbage... control the operation of the land-
fill and which to define
Large sharp cleats on the compactor puncture plastic bags deflates bage and litter attempts gar- k I
them and the heavy compactor mashes garbage into tile ground much The county has also requested that
more efficiently than the bulldozer the county has been using says the City of Starke $25,000 '
Foreman J.B. Crawford. pay per
year toward the operation
; Lake ChevyOldsJones "
I Funeral Home
Contel Offers. Florida DisThis plan is similar to another stale calls. Reach Out Florida is a Doyle Archer Funeral Home
count PlanContinental I plan, "Reach Out America, which discount plan for long distance calls Davis Monk Farnsworth & Co..
CONTEL, began offering to its within the slate of Florida. CON- Hdlondole Farms
Telephone Company customers on March 1. TEL customers can now enroll in Howard's Auto Pans
announced May 21 that "Reach Out Dub Stearn, business office super. either plan, or both, by calling the ? O'Steen &Gaskets Feed_
Florida", an AT&T long distant dis- visor of CONTEL. staled, "Reach CONTEL Business Office at Mr &Mrs. John W. H.,.",
count plan, is now available to CONOut America, which CONTEL began 526.4410Stearn. r ts, Alligator Creek RanchCommunity
'TEL: offering March s
customers applies to oul-of- Slate Bank
explained the plan "Reach Lt .r Lewis Timber CompanxTnesl
Out Florida gives the cuslomer 1 t'1' f Construction Co
Southern VillasApartments hour of calling during the L. lake Butler Farm Center
night/weekend rate period for a $9! W W Wood ChippmoStump .
per month charge. Additional t Prparlment Store
minutes of calling are charged at a Mr & Mrs. Bloke Hamilton.
1 Bedroom Now Available prorated $8.25 per hour. This plan Mr &Mrs. HenrVMntehcsid' < !
Central A/C, Stove, Refrigerator also Wives the customer 15 percent Ms. Jill, Strickland!
Custom Drapes disc-'tad on in-stale calls placed dur LANCE WIGGIN S Mr & Mr*. Don Hues
ing the evening rate period. (5:01): ) Mr Jimmt, ('",.L',
Wall to Wall Carpet & More p.m.11:00p.m.: .) Mr SMis. Do IlcHwwsMr "
Call 964-7295 or 964-4214 &Mi V\o..1.I".i,

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I Hospital Moves into New Stages : :". ,' II IIWith

r',' an estimated 225 tons of deck and bring in electricians and bricks, ,special ordered to; blend
structural steel, the framework for plumbers will soon be under way.All with the existing building,have been
the new $7.5 million addition to of this work will be done on the new ordered.
r ry Bradford Hospital is up and con wing of the hospital.According The new 2-story facility Is going up
i struction is moving Into other to Construction directly in back of the present
. stages. Manager Ed Oemig, the electricianswill \ hospital and a new entrance will
\ : Presently, workers are busy first run their conducits to eachof face Colley Road. It will house all
d S welding on brackets and pouring the the electrical outlets. Then patients on the second floor. There
y y? footing for the energy buildin$. plumbers will run hot and cold water will be 4-bed special care unit and
< I'tA Next, the concrete columns for this supply lines and drain lines before 50 semi-private and private rooms.
building will be poured. the floor is poured. All of the electric First floor of the new facility will
II and plumbing procedures must con house the emergency X-ray,
", "The most noticeable change to form to rigid local and state regulations laboratory, operating, respiratory,
the public will be the construction of physical therapy, EKG,ultra-sound. ,
the energy building," said Bill The expansion of Bradford and recovery sections.
Alderman, superintendent on the job Hospital, a member of the not-for- The present hospital will be
for Gulf Constructors. The energy profit Santa Fe Healthcare Systems, renovated to house the support
building will house air-conditioning, Inc. of Gainesville, has brought in systems of the new hopsital, such as
1 heating and electrical equipment. 32,852 cubic yards of dirt, well over administration, business, kitchen,
k(I51 i ,, .u V+ The next phase, which will include 400 cubic yards of concrete for the housekeeping. maintenance,
i ri rbUrtl ? pouring the floor, putting on the roof foundation and footing, and 125,000 storage, supplies. and pharmacy.
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Hospital- Granted Accreditation I

Bradford Hospital, Inc.,
z r recently granted a three-year accreditation area of the hospital's operations the Systems, Inc., a Gainesville based
by the Joint Commissionon performance of Bradford was not-for-profit corporation, accreditation -
Accreditation of Hospitals evaluated by the team and has not been sought in 11
,JCAIl measured against rigid standards. years. According to O'Steen, the new
three year accreditation will cover
Being an accredited hospital
the services now and those
A of the services offered being
review means something to both the com-
Ntr that will be
offered when the addition
new -
and the levels of
performance munity and the hospital.
to the
is .
employees at Bradford Hospital "When you see the accreditationseal hosptial completed.The
resulted in the accreditation which you know a certain quality of findings of the survey team
runs from May 1985 to May 1988. service is in existence. We use the were shared with Bradford Hospitaland
.fg NN
The accreditation process,, whichis accreditation process as a ben- then sent to JCAH's central office
voluntary, means the chmark on which we judge ourselvesand for review and analysis by train-
N t to provide high-quality healthcare our performance," said C.E."Rip" After the review, recommendations -
0 Steen administrator of
wY+ r has received national and were submitted to the
review and professional Bradford Hospital. Accreditation Committee of JCAH'sgoverning
approval. O'Steen explained this is the se- body, the Board of Com-
A JCAIl survey team, consistingof cond consecutive accreditation for missioners, composed of active
four healthcare members, visited the hospital. Prior to Bradford's affiliation practicing healthcare professionals,
f Bradford's staffs to discuss each with the Santa Fe Healtcare for final consideration.

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boys and girls I at 10 a.m.; At this program the Frog Jumping Contest. Prizes will
The Footloose 'n Florida Program children will make "thumbprint be awarded for the largest frog
at your county's public library is in animals" and hear the story of "The smallest best frog jump and
J .w.+ I full swing. Very Busy Spider." most unusual frog. The program
,," begins at 10 a.m. Remember, bring
., There will be a special programfor Next Thursday, June 27, the your own frog!!II! Toads are also

/ RY'+l 1 ) e, f ,I ,1+w"n.. wlMwwr pre-schoolers Tuesday, June 25, library will sponsor the third annual welcome.I

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Photo by Mark Frl.dlln classes and bookkeeping classes
Going Up... currently in session at the Bradford- SHOP SERVICE
It's still a skeleton, but work I is progressing smoothly I is all as ,shown and win'kors air busy'at present pom'ing Union Vo-Tech Center in Starke
I at Bradford Hospital's planned $7.5 million addition the slab.. for the energy building. through August 2.
and renovation p'oject."Theloframewol'k The related piojcil' of rcno\ utmu(; the old bniilling Typing classes, which started '
(or..the, new wiiinj-sjiavnu.l ere"asw'*:!I"wiltnet.Undervva.v, after the uew witn&haiijbttvu.Graduation .,. o".. June 17, are in session daily from 8'wt"Wa.ml .NAPA .
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held the night of May 31 at Turkey help of everyone at BE through the the class Mr. McKinney addressedthe Lawley Post Office
Creek Country Club near years. graduating students, and helped
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children earned the money for middle school when the sixth Sunday School . 9:45: am ENGINE BLOCK RECONDITIONING JOBS
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of Creek Ripe for Flooding.

since low prone areas can help reduce future
It has been 17 years a "
pressure system stalled over Bradford flood damages. # yvl ?(. CArI t y

County and dumped a foot and a half of An examination of the Study Area / 343 .

rain on this area over a period of four Map of Alligator Creek shows, however, LAKE SAJlPSO.V .'I' > LIrl b t',1 t+,.F I

days.It that private homes and developmentsnow (s kWC= a' I Ip
exist in much of the ..
area i .
was the last week of August 1968 L.1MKW
designated as flooded in 1968.
and Bradford County was totally un <
Therefore, it can be expected that
for the deluge that a
in the next flood will far exceed
pronged damage
hot, dry spell similar to the ..+''
that in the 17
experienced county years
one experienced this June. Fifty-four RECONNAISSANCE REPORT

homes in Starke, along St. Clair and ago.Bradford r .
other low-lying streets, had to be County, as well as the rest of :r_ w STUDY AREA MAP 4. lo.n''

evacuated, and flood damage was North Central Florida, has experiencedbelow

estimated at over $200,000. normal rainfall for the past ten or g ( g ....

One year later, in October 1969, the fifteen years. This fact, together with ALLIGATOR CREEK ( ..
in the low lands has
more drainage ,
U.S. Corps of Engineers reported on
results of a study made of the cost of made these floodprone areas appear ... -
deceptively dry, and safe for develop .---
controls necessary to prevent flooding ii
along Alligator Creek and lowlands sur- ment. The next hurricane to visit this 1- _...._

rounding Crosby, Rowell, and Sampson area will doubtless prove otherwise. L _*

Lakes. The costs of such a project, Since Alligator Creek drains an area It Could

estimated at $670,000, would exceed the of about 25 square miles in Bradford Happen Again

benefits to be gained, the Corps County, the importance of keeping it

making it ineligible for unobstructed cannot be overemphasized. -
flooding in Bradford County
feral funding.Subsequently. Therefore, in view of its present con- seems Major lo come in cycles occurring about 20

the channel of Alligator dition, and the ever-present threat of a years apart.The most memorable was the
hurricane with accompanying torren- flood of 1968. but old-timers at that time
Creek and widened froma
was deepened
tial rains it is to do remembered similar flooding about 20
important some
its east of Starke to
point near source years previously when water in Alligator
the railroad trestle at Sampson Lake. planning now and not wait until the Creek was as high as it was in 68.

The work was done as a cooperative effort disaster is upon us.

between the county, the State The clearing of Alligator Creek will be According to<< this historical weather pattern

Department of Transportation, and the an expensive project, but not nearly so which may or may not be significant
it is about time for other
DuPont Company. But that was eight or expensive as the property loss that will mance. The question an isis repeat Alligator perfor

ten years ago, and now, once again, the come from backed-up flood waters. Creek, in its present condition,adequate to

channel of Alligator Creek is hardly Engineers have explained for years carry off flood waters and prevent another
visible and virtually blocked in some should 1968 disaster?
that improvements begin at the
areas by dense undergrowth, and trees lower end of the creek where it emptiesinto
that have sprung up in the past decade. River.
Santa Fe But too many times

With the annual hurricane season approaching in the past the work has been done on a I

it is entirely possible that piecemeal basis in the areas where the Whatever Happened to The 'Glorious 4th'?

Bradford County could experience a need seems greatest. This spot treat- ... ..L
repetition of the 1968 flood, and property ment, however, only serves to speed the
ties, the largest crowd that ever gatheredhere Dancing was enjoyed by the city's
would be far than water down to where improvements week
damages greater now areas With the Fourth of July just a upon any occasion. People came the armory throughout the afternoonand
they were 17 years ago because of the have not been made, away, it seems appropriate to I rerun a few from every point of the compass-on foot, until a late hour in the evening by the
many homes constructed in low-lying resulting in flooding at the lower end. pointers on how not to observe In- on horses, in automobiles, by rail, and in young folks of Starke. (The "armory" in
in the
dependence Day that first appeared all kinds of vehicles. those days occupied a large floor
areas since that time. Again we open
swamp The bottleneck has been the 3 1914
always at Telegraph on July : the second of
space on story a building at
would be almost totally unprepared for Chief of Police Silas. Kite and Sheriff
Sampson trestle which receives the the corner of Call and Thompson Streets.)
disaster since the Denmark took extra precautions to -
such a county no TAKE NO CHANCES prevent
longer has an organized Civil Defense overflow from Sampson Lake. To cor- OS TilE nil any disorder that would mar the At 3:30: p.m. a free baseball game bet.
rect this problem, the railroad company festivities of the day, but a more orderly ween the Starke Grays and the Jackson-
unit, which was in existence at the timeof would have to put in additional culvertsor Don't talk politics on the Fourth (it crowd of the same size was never gathered ville Red Sox was witnessed at Duncan

the 1968 flood. increase the size of those already in might run your blood pressure up). Park by the largest crowd that ever con-

At the time of its negative report on place.To Don't go on a crowded excursion. (No was gregated located in that on Thomas enclosure.Street(Duncan just east Park of

the cost-benefit ratio of a government- prevent another 1968 flood the danger of that now. The passenger trains Alligator Creek. It featured a covered
here the are just about gone, and Air Lines don'trun
financed flood control project grandstand that provided shaded comfortfor
should take the initiative in
county putting -
excursions, which Jhe dictionary
of issued this warning fans who sat behind a chicken wire
Corps Engineers :
together a cooperative effort by the defines as "a pleasure short, rapid "_ .. screen for protection from foul balls.)
f'lf uncontrolled development, of the Railroad, the Department of Transpor- tour". Tha railroads used'to run them in
> J Most of the business houses of the
the gay4'9OfJ, and groupgpliymakejyq/' city,
flood plain is allowed to continue (in tation, the DuPont Company, and the : and residences
would take
an outing nearby cities or many private were
Bradford County), future floods will county itself to put Alligator Creek in beachesj. tastefully decorated with the national colors -

cause much greater damages than shape to handle whatever Mother Don't'get' overheated early in the day. and the entire city wore a holiday ap-
those experienced in 1968. Local actionto Nature might have in store for us in the (Remember the song, "Mad-dogs and in one pla.e. uiny one inan was:: taken into pearance.
prevent unwise development of flood future. Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun"?) custody and detained until the fumes of the The business men of the town generally
liquor he had indulged in too freely had left contributed liberally toward financing the
Don't carry loose powder in your pocket. his mind, and then released. affair, and the good wives of the community -
(This no doubt applied to gunpowder, The main feature of the day's festivitieswas provided baskets of the eatables that
: which could lead to a bad case of hot-pants,
I Related To TV Violence } ; if someone held a match too close). the old-fashioned picnic and barbecueat have made Bradford County famous.
Child Crime ; :: the city park, where barbecued beef, Yes, sir-thank you,sir-the Fourth of July -
Don't laugh at the drum
major-pity which had been properly cooked the day was a very large day in Starke.
.,.'. him; and don't blow down the mouth of a before by Mr. William Tison, and chicken
the harmof loaded cannon. (Very good advice. pilau were served in abundance. These *0 *
Two separate articles in Tuesday's While recognizing potential two things formed the backbone of the Lawtey had a celebration, toobut
carried powerful TV violence on the immature mindsof and Hampton was "exceedingly quiet".
newspapers a meal, but baskets boxes of other
message to those who read them and children, many parents have found it Although Starke looks like a modern ver- eatables were furnished liberally by the / ccording to the Hampton news, "The
stopped to think how one related to the difficult to keep their youngsters from sion of"The Deserted there City" on the Fourthof good ladies of Starke. ma ority of the population left town for the
these time whenit
July days, was a
the shows that their day to Starke, Jacksonville,
other. watching was a mecca for all the surrounding Only one little hitch occurred in the din- many going
classmates are talking about, such as countryside. Seventy-one years ago, on ner programme. Before the tables were Lay tey, Lake Geneva, and Grandin. The
The first tragic item was headed, "Miami Vice", "A-Team", and July 10, 1914, The Telegraph carried the spread and before the food was dep >t presented quite a lively scene duringthe
"4-Year-Old Kills Brother, 2, withMom's "Magnum P.I." Then there is the addi- following glowing account of In- distributed-in fact, before all the baskets morning, while the early trains were
arriving. There were 168 tickets sold for
and boxes of mood had arrived at the
in Starke park,
Pistol". dependence Day : "
tional violence provided by even some a threatening rain cloud stampeded the the .wo morning trains.

The second article concerned the con- cartoons and the professional wrestling GLORIOUS FOURTH crowd and an assault was made upon the Although the Fourth was the occasion ofa
tinuing debate over the effect of TV matches. OBSERVED IN STARKE tables and they were swept clean. After big celebration in those days, most
the first assault, more food was spread Starke merchants kept their stores open to
violence on children. According to an informal survey of Starke celebrated Uncle Sam's birthdaythis upon the tables, and it met the same fate. capitalize on the large crowds of visitors

With a Live Oak dateline, the gun parents in the New York metropolitanarea year as under never the before.auspices The of celebrationwas the Boardof Tickets for free automobile rides were who came to town to partake of the home-

tragedy told how the four-year-old went methods of dealing with the TV Trade given (forerunner of our present issued by the hundred,and owners of autos cooked food prepared by the ladies of the
his twin wide including (which were rare in those days) were kept town. But the custom seems to have died
into the bedroom where problem cover a range Chamber of Commerce) and it is
brothers were sleeping and tried to removing the set from the home or estimated that the city entertained 3,000 busy for several hours furnishing rides for out never during been the revived.World War I period, and has

wake them up to play. Failing in this effort limiting viewing time to an hour or so a' visitors from Bradford and adjoining coun- the guests of the city.

the older boy began "plundering", day. At the other extreme is the "easy

as children do, and found a .38 caliber way out" letting children be the sole County Agent's Notebook by Bobby L.Tayior < I IA
pistol inside his mother's purse on top ofa arbiters of what they watch on TV.

chest of drawers. He pointed the Some newspaper readers doubtlesssaw

weapon toward his brothers and fired no relationship between these two farmer might call them Cowpeas. A Please Pass the Peas for Florida the gardens include the Black-Eye
Brown Crowdpr and the
group; producer
hitting one of the twins with a bullet that articles. Others think a fouryearold grocer might call them Black-Eyed peas.
And restaurant waitress might call them Iron Brown Crowder group; the
passed through the neck and cheek. The is too to be influenced by what Crowders, the Speckled Crowders, the
young Field peas. But, they're all talking about Bush Conch (Conk), Texas Creams and
infant died in the hospital one hour he sees on the TV screen. But, on the the same vegetable, the Southern pea. If Creams, the Cream Crowders, the Purple Snap peas, for the Cream group; and, the
later. other hand a child of that age could not you think you're confused now, wait until Hull group, and- the Field Forage group. Zipper Cream, from the Cream Crowder

The other article on TV violence have been born with an instinct to pointa you learn some of the other names for this And, to make matters even more confusing = group.
vegetable. This week I'll try to clear up Southern peas also can be classified Southern peas can be planted in our area
said: "Although definite links are hardto pistol at someone and pull the trigger; some of the confusion surrounding according to plant growth habit. Pea in the spring, summer, or fall. For more
establish, psychologists and other It is much more likely that he was Southern pea classification. plants may be bush,vining, or semi-vining information on how to grow Southern peas,
authorities in the field generally accept mimicking the violent actions he had You'd probably never guess what crop types. check with your local garden center or our
that watching violence on television can seen on countless television'programs.One we're going to talk about today if you had Southern pea varieties recommended county extension office.
to some of the common variety
rely on
affect the way children view the world mother interviewed in the New names for clues such as Red Snapper,Blue Offer Valuable Summer I

,; and the way they relate to others, and York survey said, regarding her young Goose, Pinkeye Chowder, Knuckle Purple Forestry. Camps-
that it can anesthetize their responses to ".. .sometimes he laughs Hull, Jackson 21, and Dixie Queen. Why

cruelty and suffering" or make them excessively son hysterically, at violent actions and that are confusion there so over many,Southern names peas for,and? so much Training for YouthNow Bradford By David County w.Norton Forester .

fearful. disturbs me." And well it might. A good part of the confusion over
Association Southern variety names is due to the that it's summer do all your Plenty of time is set aside for their
1 The American Psychological learned from the pea
: Another lesson to be fact that gardeners can easily save their children have something to do? Don't just recreation, which includes ",ames, con-
is the largest organization to join Live Oak tragedy, and one that all own Southern pea seeds. O\er the years, send them : the National Institute of Mental Health parents should heed, is not to leave any true varietal identity gets lost. So, on a meaningless vacation. Want an ideaon well as swimming, canoeing and fishing
the U.S. Surgeon General, the National type weapon, concealed or otherwise gardeners think up new, local names for a worthwhile activity that you can send Students study in teams of 7 to 9 per instructor
PTA and other groups in warning where it can possibly be reached by a' the Southern pea varieties they grow. As an interested son or daughter to? How and are given personal supervision -
to monitor their children's the seeds are spread around,what startedout about a summer environmental camp? Do throughout their stay at camp.
:: parents while the broad- child. as a single variety may become knownby you want to know more about it.? Well Each camp offers a free advanced weekto
viewing habits, asking Too bad that rule can't also be appliedto several names. Add to this the fact that finish reading this article. students who show extraordinary in-
casting industry to reduce violence in and off switch. there are so many recognizable Southernpea The Withlacoochee State Forest En- terest in the instruction. During the ad-
their programs. the TV on varieties,and it's easy to see how confusion vironmental Center,located 50 miles northof vanced week the students learn to live off
can result. Tampa, can accomodate 75 students a the land. The basic survival techniques
week. The Blackwater River State Forest taught during- this time are applied to
Varieties are called crowders if the Environmental Center can accommodate securing dinner for one night.
7eaeee4 seeds are spaced so closely that the seed 50 students a week and is located 45 miles
Because of the popularity ot the camps,
of Pensacola.
against each other. As northeast
ends pressed
students are limited to two at a
some of jW&e variety names suggest, seed Students who have completed the sixth
color be general over grade but not yet entered the 12th, are camp.
color Es.The can
Plenty of room is left for those who wanta
it be concen- eligible to attend the for one weekat
)7 the entire seed coat, or may camps
chance to to the Both
; .,- trated around the seed eye. Colorless a cost of $80. They live in modern air- are equipped go to handle camps.a total of camps 1,150
The conditioned dorms and spend almost
called Purple every
varieties are creams.
students and 600 have enrolled at this
Hull group includes varieties with some day in the forest learning about its plants,
Pc cc7: purple coloring on their pods even though animals and soil. For further information about the camps
% fit into Both are
t they may camps you may call, at 964-6280 (ext. 219) or stop
characaen.tlci.As with qualified personnel who are trained. in by the Agriculture Building and pick up a
'dentist say that the sun will continue shining at Its present strength for 'five bill''''" years. I said, there are 11 the classification Black-Eye multi-media first aid. brochure at the front desk.Pagr .
groups; the Black-Eyes.!


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I Nancy Lee and Ray Norman Wed May 25 i in Heilbronn SpringsMiss

Nancy; Lee of Lawtey, aapp ol Jacksonville. Groomsmenwere front. The snug, like bodice was accented circled by tern and flowers and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Randy Reddish and Dean Red- with seed pearls and sequins. flanked by silver candelabras with
Lee of .Florahome. and Ray Nor- dish of Starke and Jim Norman of The sleeves were double the inner burning tapers. Cutting the cake
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jacksonville, all nephews of the sleeve was lace Vv Ith a sheer overlay were Mrs. Barbara Reddish and
Norman of Starke, were united in groom. Jason Lee nephew of the which came down to a point on the Mrs. Ann Norman, sister and sister-
marriage Saturday, May 25, at 7:30: bride, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael wrist. The back w as accented with a in-law of the groom.
p.m. in Heilbronn Springs Baptist Lee, was ring-bearer. satin ribbon which fell % ways down Presiding at the two silver punch
Church with Rev. L. Dean Cassels Mrs. Cindy Roberts, cousin of the and fell into a chapel length tnain, bowls that were encircled with fern
performing the nuptials. bride, served as matron of honor. At- which after the edding was pulled and flowers were: Mrs. Sharon Ben-
Centering the choir loft was a sun- tendants were! Mrs. Darlene Lee, up and attached to the back of the nett and Mrs. Barbara Mosley:, bothof
burst arrangement of gladiolus, dodi sister-in-law of the bride and Mrs. gown to form a bu ssel. Her finger-tip Starke. and Mrs. Lori Williams
mums, football mums statice and Vorease Jones. Little Miss Brandi illusion net veil was attached to a and Miss Rachel Riles, both of
carnations. On either side Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs cap accented with lace seed pearls Gainesville.A a ;
throughout the choir area were Randy Jones, was flower girl. They and sequins. Shtt carried a airy two-tiered chocolate groom's
palms. Flanking the altar were two were all dressed alike in raspberry European cascade bouquet of white cake with a fountain decorated with
sunburnst arrangements of taffeta, long gowns with gathered roses stephanotist cymbidium orchids sugared purple grapes, was sur-
gladiolus, dodi mums, carnationsand off-the-shoulder sleeves. The and tropical foliages. rounded by fern and flowers. Cutting
statice in white urns. bodices were accented with small the cake were Mrs. Lana Dowdy and 1w -
Throughout the chancel area were embroidered flowers which were a A reception wa s held in the church Mrs. Sylvia Reddish.
spiral candelabras and heart-shaped shade darker than the gowns. They Fellowship hall where various Assisting were Nita Green,
candelabras with burning tapers. In wore a long sash around the waist. plants highlighted points of interest. Raiford, Faye Davis Jacksonville, : Tk. i :
each window were votive candles They wore white pearls and white Centering the food table was an arrangement and Ruth Murray, Faye King, Kelli
with ferns. A kneeling bench and aisle gloves with a large ruffle and satin of snapdragons: and car- Luke, Darlene Hardee and Anna
cloth were used. ribbon. The flower girl was dressed nations. Felos, all of Starke.
similar. They carried burning votive Greeting the "guests at the door Following a wedding trip to
Mrs. Carol Brown, pianist, Miss cascade bouquets of silk china was Mrs. Linda Norman, aunt of the various points in South Florida in-
Julie Brow, both of Lake Butler and mums, mauve colored anenome bride. Keeping the guest book were cluding Busch Gardens the couple is
Rodney Brooks of Sanford presenteda fugi's and white hyacinth blossoms.The Miss Sherri Norm an, cousin of the residing in Lawtey.
program of nuptial music. bride, given in marriage by bride and Mrs. Karen: Goldsmith, The bride is employed by WhisperIng -
John Bradley of St. Petersburg her father, wore a white accordian niece of the grooim. Pines Care Center. The groom is r
served as best man. Ushers were pleated organdy gown over taffeta. The bride's table was centered employed with the Community State
Danny Luke of Starke and Richard It had
I a high neckline with scalloped with a four-tiered wedding cake en- Bank.


I Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Offers' Tel-Med ServiceIf

you have ever wanted to l find information doctor, it can help relieve your mind itiating and maintaining the pro- diseases or injuries.To f,
about a healthrelatedtopic and be informative," said Mrs. Reddish gram. receive a TEL-MED brochure, j
but didn't want to trouble t!
your According to Marjorie Thomson, phone 964-6000 and leave your name
doctor TJo MED is the answer. Ther.e are over 250 taped president of the Bradford Auxiliary, and address and a brochure will be .. .''; ,,
TEL-MED is a library of tape- messages which are three to five the first month the service was in mailed to you. ... .. I
recorded health which minutes long and presented in there calls. "I
messages operation For
'were 383 residents of Lake
Kingsley Mr.and Mrs Ray Norman: "''"'"by II.Y. 1\I."d"' '
have been carefully selected to help straight-forward, easy to unders- feel it is a wonderful teaching tool. Lawtey Keystone Heights, and
people remain healthy, recognize tand language. Each tape has also My grandchildren. have used the Starke, the TEL-MED number is
early signs or illness and aid in adjusting been carefully screened by a panelof TEL-MED line and were able to 964-48 and is toll-free. If you reside
to a serious illness. physicians and other healthcare understand the (l.aped message," in Hampton, Brooker, Graham or
The auxiliary of Bradford experts to insure its accuracy. The said Mrs. Thomson. Waldo the toll-free number is
Inc. tapes are reviewed regularly and The service is flr all ages and in 378-0007
Hospital, TEL-MED
Alachua cooperation General with sponsors the auxiliary of in updated This is as the needed.second year the service order brochure.to use Inside it. you I the need brochure a TEL-MED will Lvi' LIFE & PRAISE MINISTRIES

Gainesville.Ada Hospital in has been offered and the response is be a listing of the tEl\ped subjects witha TEL-MED hours are Monday Presents
Reddish continuing to grow. "We have had number. To use the service phone through Thursday, 9 a.m to 5 p.m. rg
chairman of TEL-
MED at Bradford is excited about great response to TEL-MED and the TEL-MED operator and give the and Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The
the believe it is an asset to the community. number of the I tupe you are in- lines are closed on weekends and
service "TEL-MED
is very It is nationally advertised and we terested in. The operator will then holidays.
tant educational additional and provides health an education impor are proud to be able to bring this ser- play the tape for you. Some tapes Bradford Hospital and Alachua COWBOY DAVE
vice to our area," said Linda Johns, discuss various illnesses while General Hospital are members of i
does source not in and(the should community.not replace While it who as an auxiliary member at others tell of step you can take to the Gainesville based, not-for-profit & The GOSPEL STAGECOACH':!n
your Bradford instrumental Santa
was in in- recognize or prevent certain FE' Healthcare Systems, Inc.

Starke Elementary Cafetorium
Sandie Cowart,

Married Olie Sheppard June 1, Jr. Social i! Side Club News Come see the Western Puppet Show

Notices Featuring "Bad Barf"
Sandie Seleste Cowart, daughterof /l e Church Items
Clarice Powell of Starke and r "The Meanest Puppet in the West"Thursday

Emory Walter Stanley of Texas, and a-llr13 ,
I June 27 7:30: P.M.
Olie Jr. r News ,
Sheppard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Olie Sheppard, Sr. of Hampton Weddings
were married Saturday, June 1, in Receptions

Victory Baptist Church with Rev Gladys Mooty Parties YA'LL COME. . .
Bob Cooper officiating.
Highlighting the altar was a 964-''60S

lighted archway covered with pink,
lavender, and white silk flowers -

against a background of palms and ., .
candelabras. I '. ...... .... ,
Sarah Cooper provided music for i : EARl Y DEADLIINttrn I 'rt1"M'! !. If/ VWrIf''I': !!''' f '' yr+,1,'; + .l.y qu.yw. alMletnrt t hr 'It

the ceremony. I NEXT WEEK....
Stevie Sheppard served his Michelle Howard

brother as best man. It would be
Sheryl Jerosz served as matron of Michelle Howard appreciatedif
honor. She wore a lavender floor social news For Thurs-
length dress with a lace bodice. Winner in PageantMiss day, July 4, issiiie could be
The bride, given in marriage by turned in to Gladys Mootyat
Robert Starling, Jr., wore an off-the- Michelle Howard, age 13, her home 1!lover the
shoulder, floor length pink and white daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mike
lace dotted Swiss dress with which Howard of Starke, won in the Miss weekend as we will be get
she wore a double !strand: of cultured Florida Sweetheart Pageant in ting the Telegraph out a FREE G-PACK
pearls a gift from the groom's Palatka held June 16. day earlier next. week due
mother. She carried a nosegay of Michelle, who recently completeda to July 4 falling on Thursday -
daisies, pink carnations lavender ten-week course at Barbizon I I
pompoms and baby's breath.A School of Modeling in Jacksonville II i
reception was Held in the church also won the honors of "Miss
Fellowship Hall. The cake table was Photogenic" at the pageant.She I *
covered with an antique lace cloth will now compete in the Miss The Frank Normans WITH FILL-UP OF SHELL SU 2000 GASOLINE\
with a pink underlay and centered Florida Sweetheart State finals "85"
Host Rehearsal (DinnerMr.
with a three-tiered wedding cake in Daytona on July 1214.
decorated with pink roses. Michelle is the granddaughter of
Punch and other refreshmentswere Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Howard Sr. and and Mrs. Frank, Norman gavea for Get your free 6-pack of PepsiColawhen you fill up with Shell SU 2000" Super Unleaded
served by Diane Nipper and Sarah Fulgham all of Starke. dinner Friday night, May 24,
and fiance minimum. This Friday. Saturday and Sunday only-June 28. 29 30.
Charlene Da rah. their son Ray, hip; Nancy gasoline 8-gallon ,
Lee, in the Fellowship! Hall of the
Clint Morgan honored the mothersof Church Offer may vary and good only while supplies last at your local participating Shell dealers
Heilbronn l
carnation the bride corsages.and groom with pink Miss Sandra Chitty following Springs the couple's aPtist wedding

Dewayne the wedding.Winstead took picturesof Anthony Wed SaturdayThe NeadTo rehe.irsal.The o-shaped table with, were covered FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAYJane

After a wedding trip to Clearwaterfor with white cloths ivy runningthe
entire length of the tables. The
the weekend the is
wedding of Miss Sandra
head table was centered with an arrangement -
residing in Hampton.The Louise Chitty of Starke and Mr. Anthony of silk lowers in thebride's
Inc.groom is employed by Hercules Wayne Nead of Tampa, will be : chosen colors:!!flanked by bur-
on Saturday afternoon ning tapers.
June 29, at 3 P.M., at the First Bap- Tha buffet dinner consisted of ham
tist Church of Starke. and turkey and all ?'he trimmings.The .
Mrs. David Shoemaker No invitations were sent locally food table wa j also centered
but all friends of the bride andgroom with burning taper Place cards
Shower Honoree
and their families are In- marked the seating wrangement! for
vited to share in their wedding the honored couple and their
Mrs. David Shoemaker of Mid- and
ceremony to join them at a
dleburg. former Starke resident, reception in their honor immediately parents.The couple presented,I'gifts to their ,
was honored at a stork shower Sun- following the ceremony in the attendants during thi.- dinner.
day afternnon from 3 to 5 p.m. given Church Fellowship Hall. Approximately 40 includedthe
by Mrs. Spyros Drivas, Mrs. Greg immediate famiJ IBS guests and the wedding
'Puseteri, Mrs. Alice Hudson and Sandra party. l II\\, \\ Shell
Mrs. Warren Stevenson at the homeof
the latter Crosby Lake. Shower HonoreeMiss I I I' I
on Shell
VIII Lawtey
The refreshment table was The II I INN( I,, I ?
C. Flobbs +
covered with a yellow linen cloth and Sandra Chitty whose mar- I ,I, ,I, I II'I'! III I U.S. 301 North """ ; +' ,I; ,? IIII
centered with a decorated cake. riage to Anthony Nead will be an To Celebrate 5tth) I ; l I I I I Lawtey, Florida mI,+II I411 NI'I', II IuxliillliIVIIIIIIIt "'
The hostesses presented the ,
event of Saturday ( ,
was Anniversay Jun > 29 41" III 1. n I I,I INIIIIII, I
honoree with a infant carrier car honored at a kitchen and linen I I N ?lu
I rIaIII 11 IN
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seat as a memento of the occasion. shower last Friday night at the i' ii ,I ; ]

Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Jam!6 C. Hobbs will ?"IINNIII, ""I ?I" w, ;, WWWAlIIIi I gpIIIIIUlIitIIGII.I "
Carter. Hostesses with Mrs. Carter celebrate their gold wedding an- I I IIIIIIIIIIII! N III I '' x?
were Mrs. Jack Hazen, Mrs. Patsy niversary on Saturday, June 29, y I III IIIIIIIIIIII? axI
Penny Sellers Lawson, Mrs. George Winkler and from 7:30: to 9 p.m. at t a reception in II
Shower Honoree Mrs. J.T. Prevail Jr. the Methodist Fellowship Hall given I dll IIINII? '
The honoree was presented with a by their children Mrs Jackie Mcln- I I I I I I I ; I I I ,

:' Penny Gockley Sellers was the corsage upon her arrival at the par- nis of Knoxville, Te m., Mrs. Pat I (III I'I I"'NII "
guest of honor at a wedding shower ty and was also given an electric coffee Barry of Pensacola ,IFtichard Hobbsof I Igl I I I I I I I I (
given by friends on Thursday evening percolator as a memento of the Jacksonville, Ms. Darlene Hobbsof I y I II hill I.III I IIII IIII I I III I II I.r.III
.. June 20, at the home of occasion from her hostesses. Starke and daught' lr-in-law. Mrs. .I III I I ,: I o I II VIII I p?
Margaret Jackson on Madison After the honoree opened her gifts Maxine Hobbs of Ga11 esville. (III +I' I IIIyIII I I II"I I it +
: Street. refreshments the guests enjoyed the delicious front The family request, no gifts, t Illl Ill, "VIII u INIh IN, VlUll- q'I Iil/1.",. ,Il'uillh4"dl1' : "I III I(III{IIIIII I 1 II I dIIIII III II I ,MIL (III III II ,II III I I j I' n,IuIIIIIUIi I I II
Hostesses for the shower were on large please. tAll l nhdlll ,mil IlN III I
G .i 11 .e '
I Margaret Jackson Emma Rene porch overlooking the lake beyondthe friends and relatives. are in- (x41, p ?.a li 1ul.ur'l' l II I' ,N u ",I Id's I Ip II I I I II

' Weaver, Becky Scott and Donna Mc- tree shaded front yard. vited to attend. II IN' 1 111111 Illt ;I NN'j II

'I I Clain. Games were played with I, I 41 + I If'I ,;K. ;llll!I+ ,''I .N. Ca"' '1111, ( (III pIl htIy' 1IIuIll lulIIIII14 II N ,, 1; ,. IIIUIuI I IIIuII IIIN I NIII I II II IIx'
to Sheila Wilkinson, 1 I I I x III
I I ..: prizes going Tomlinson and Donna Did You Know........... Did You Know,... ...... IIIII I I 1 try.NNQ I14i;. NI. INulllsy I N'' I'N h' I pIpN, IINII I '/
,1 ': Geraldine LaFollette. A pink and green color + IIII"IIINI" I IP''I II III(I I III lil ll .'III, I .. ,a N"' II?II Slllllrylpl'1. ( 1 ',iry II; III II UIIu II (I III INb 11 I .
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i .,. scheme was featured at the refresh- I Mr. and Mrs. Gefr: y Gibson of Il I I lulxw 'II II n lll i 'III I ,,NI e I I I I Iiy 1 .Ir"tN VIII Ilhl, hIIdON l
ment table with cake assorted Mrs. C.C.- Hoppe of Tampa spent Merritt Island spent the weekend III IIN In, t IIIIII ''Milli i ti I ; xl II p IIIVIII Iu I lln IQ MdIIII( li w. IIlii .s. Ibl'q liun"INUNIwI N I IIIIlllllx
I I : !: mints and nuts and lime punch being the first of the week with her sister, with his mother, Mrs, L.H. Gibson. Ig\\ r ? IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iilNl.. N III III MINI 1 ,
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. ,, Iq 4
: served. +

I .. Mrs. Sellers is the daughter of Mr. Liz Bertholet of Arlington Va. Mrs. Gilbert Goldv re spent the II II II Ii iqdill I'IP'IIIII I;' ,, III III III"IIIIIIIIII' II I IIIIII IIIII l q'I IN' Ip' ,tp I flll INIII I IIN'" ,xxNIN+NIQVu II xlry'' IIIIIIIhllpllli] ,f' I I
and Mrs. Robert Gockley of Lake arrives I I I
.. past two weeks with t her son and I I I IUMI41''I N lmll, ;xe' 'I Q 41 II+"' IIINw N1 e I II IIIII
;t 1' ., Butler. Mr. Sellers is the son of Mr. Friday to spend two weeks family, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Goldwire,' III I I II ? II II111 I uNM ? "
and Mrs. E. C. Sellers of Lawtey. with her pen pal Julie Ferguson. in Toledo, Ohio,


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loge 1.\ TKI.KGKAPII. June 27. ISIHS! :

Did You Know Beth Moore recently attended a Bassist Steve }Moran of Starke is Mrs. John Griffin-''was pleasantly Mrs. Lee Hardenbrook spent the Annette Parker of Miami is

New Agents' School which was con- one of 134 participants in the 21st an- surprised at a luncheon given for her past three weeks with her parents, visiting her aunts, Mrs.Wells Carolyn for
ducted at the Home Office of Liberty. nual New College Music Festival in'' birthday last Friday>t tho Western Mr. and 'Mrs. Guy Grimes in Redgrave and Mrs. Edna ,
'fhe ladies of St. Anne's Episcopal National Life Insurance Company in Sarasota, June ;322. Moran Is a student Steer Steak louse+ by 18 Palmetto.Dr. several days.
Church of Keystone Heights donated Birmingham, Ala. Primary objectives at the Peabody Conservatory of Presbyterian friends.: She was
three boxes of rolled bandages to the of the school are to increase Music. Festival students come from presented with a basket of gifts as a and Mrs. D.W, Whiffen return- Gary Don Drewer, son of Mr. and
First Presbyterian Church of Starke product and sales knowledge and to all parts of the U.S. and from many memento of the occasion. ed June 20 after a visit with friends Mrs. Gary W. Brewer, returned Fri
to be used where needed. They were day after a week's stay at the
develop professional sales skills. foreign countries to study under the and relatives in Germany and
presented by Mrs. Dawn Crews and guidance of 33 distinguished guest Rebecca ringer of Pleasant Hill, Belgium. Mrs. Whiffen was there for "Fightin Gator Football Camp" in
Mrs. Victor Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas had faculty artists. Many of the studentsare Ala. is visiting her grandmother, five weeks and Dr. Whiffen was
as Monday guest, their daughter, already pursuing careers as professional Mrs. M.R. Judd, for! a week. there the last two weeks. The couple Kerry DeWitt and Alescla Odom of
Fewer'than usual made it to the Mrs. Iris Smith of Kanapolis, N.C. musicians or teachers of were fortunate in leaving the Port Richey are visting their grandparents
bloodmobile June 11, but the follow- On Tuesday, their daughter, Mrs. music. Held annually during the Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahasseewas Frankfort Airport on June 19 in less Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Brown.
ing hardy souls kept the day from Kathleen McNeely and daughter, first three weeks of June, the New home for the w cekend. than an hour before it was bombed, Kerry is here for two weeks and
bring a total loss. Donating blood to Michele of Lakeland, arrived for a College Music Festival allows killing scores of people. Alescia will spend the summer.Mr. .
the Civitan Regional Blood Center, week's visit. students to attend master classes, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reddish and
Inc. in Gainesville were Emory Duncan seminars and workshops and to par- family were in Orlando on businesslast Mr. and Mrs. Francis Curley Conn of and Mrs. Mark Vandivlere
Palm Beach and Hartford
Howard Ahrens, Paul B. Nick Hyde of Atlanta is guest this ticipate in ensembles or in the Tuesday to Friday They were and and three daughters of Warrenton,
James, Rick Welch, Richard Jor- week of Mr. and Mrs. John Torode. Festival Chamber and Symphony accompanied by M rs. P.D. Reddishwho were Tuesday and Wednesday Va. spent the past two weekends
visitors of Mr.
dan, Linda Osteen, Peggy A. the time with Mr. and
Orchestra, which perform in concert spent with their aunt,Mrs. L.A.Canova.
Keichert, Marianna Cooney, Phillip during the festival. Mrs. K.O. Padgett in Plant City. Norman. ,
Steven Futch, Michael Cooney,
Brenda Fertig, Mary Taylor, Harry
Green Frances W. Meng, Michelle
Kimutis, Eugene Meng, John
Wadovsky, Kenneth Grider, Jackie
Grider, Jackie Johns Thomas.

Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs.
Don Ncel Mrs. Susan Nichols, and
Mr and Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr
attended (the funeral of Frank Hem Y
ingway Jr. in Jacksonville last Fri

day. 1ruD.

Winners at Duplicate Bridge Club
last week were: first Jack and FAMILY DRUG STORESale
Louise Burnette; second Yvonne
Keiclimann and Lora Francis; third
- Mike and Mabel Faikel.

Mrs. John Miller and daughter
Mrs. Kevin Tillman and son, John prices good thru Sat., June 29.
Ryan, are visiting Mr and Mrs. Bill We reserve this. right to limit quantities.IM .
Meng and family in St. Petersburg the ytltew pages for Ow. Eckanl nearest yaw.
Wednesday and Thursday. They will
bring back Dana and Michael Mengfor
a week's visit and will be joinedby r' ilCKIRBi'COUPOM' r ECKERD COUPON ICKERD COUPON
I the children's mother, Mrs. Bill e .e YIA i
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ner Sunday, June 30, immediately I : : I I i'' r I I I I I
following the 10 a.m. service
welcome, the Rev. Gilbert Crosbyand I I II :
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rooney / f / I I..1JI.J' fr.'J I I / I LAUNDRY /
announce the marriage engagement of their approaching I, ."r I f I \. I I f I 32-OZ.DETERGENT

daughter, April, to Herbert Green a I I I I I I_, I I
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Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert : I _
Green, Sr., all of Starke I I I I I LAUNDRY DETERGENT

day, Sept. 7, at 3 p.m. at the home of / 1 11 11
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hildreth in II II i i 11
Deerwood Subdivision with recep- I '
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2-PACK : :
Kimberly Anne Brown, -
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Calder Coleman, Sr., of Starke an- [ ]

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children. Kimberly Anne, and Hilton c-

Coleman.A December Jr. 6 wedding is planned. CAPSULES ,-. PHOTO tXCUWVUVATfCKIRD PROCESSING

Miss= : Brown and Mr. C,1. man are
both graduates of Bradford High WtWJT.S'1' Now available at all Eckerd Pharmacies by prescription only ( VISA: PRINTS 30%IAROER SLEEVED NEGATIVES PAPER OLOSSY KODAK

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Items of InterestRev. ,

munity center in Lulu for their any RJE Classmates Rev. Ronald Strong and
age 2, and Kehekah, 10 months old. Class of 1970
Rick Jackson Bradford Baptist Church holds its nual reunion. Plan to be there by'10 Rev. Freddie Moody will be the
Guest Speaker services in the Auditorium of a.m t to swap stories and catch up on Reunion July 6 & 7 speakers. The.public is cordially invited
J' Southside Elementary School. Sun- family history, and bring a covered for worship service.
Rev, Kick Jackson will be guest day services are at 9:45: a.m., 11:00: dish for the noon meal. The class of 1970, R.J.E., has plan- Classmates may contact Shirley
James M.L. Anderson's father ned their 15th class reunion for Fayson Griggs at 782-3113, Shirley
preacher for the services of Bradford a.m. and 6:00: p.m. Wednesday services year
baptist Church on Sunday, June are at 7:30: p.m. Visitors are was killed in the Civil War. His Saturday, July 6 and Sunday, July 7. McDougald Ford at 964-6845, or
:)0) 'and Wednesday, July 3. Rev. always welcome. Rev. David W. mother, Elizabeth (Douglass) marred Saturday's activities include dinner Carolyn Brown Spooner at 964-5807,
Jackson is the pastor of the Battle McClam is pastor of the church. Sellars Cole and later married from 3:30: pm. to 6 p.m. at the as soon as possible.
Creek Daniel Sumner. Descendants of Western Steer Steakhouse in Starke,
Baptist Church
in South Pittsburgh -
'fenn.Broth these other two marriages are also for the classmates and their special
James M.L. Anderson' invited to attend the reunion. guests. From 0-7 p.m., Happy Hourat Classmates will meet at 10 a.m. on
<>r Jackson, a native of J.D.'s Place, corner of Brownlee July 6 for a short business meetingat
Starke, is a 1974 graduate of Bradford Reunion 1 re
Saturday For more informal, contact St. and Old Lawtey Road. From 9 Kelly's Night Limit while trA
High School, a 1978 graduate of
Mae Moore p.m, to 1 a.m. a social gettogetherat decorating. All classmates are urg-
Route 1, Box 2K Slarke
College in St.
Augustine, anda .
Descendants of James M.L. Kelly's Night Limits by invitation ed to attend.ECKERDCOUPOM
1984 graduate of phone number !4-84or( or CharlesE.
Temple Baptist Anderson
and Edna
Mary (Frazier) only.
Theological Anderson, 905) Texar Drive, Pen-
Seminary in Chat Anderson should mark June 29 on Sunday, July 7, church service at
sacola :32503: phone number
tanooga, Tenn.
He and
his wife, their calendars. That's the day the 4:1:1-4555.: : 11 a.m. at St John Missionary Baptist -
Clydie, have two daughters, Rachel, clan will be gathering in the com Church, Ilwy. 200 B, Lawtey:

Sgt J.E, Tomlinson

Sgt. J.E.Tomlinson

Receives Medal'

SSgt. James E. Tomlinson non-
commissioned officer in charge of
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Administration
received an achieve-
ii ment medal from Col. Philip Con-
I ran, commander at Arnold
Tenn.Engineering Development Center,

Tomlinson was promoted to the
rank of Staff Sergeant recently and
is an administration specialist at Ar-
nold Air Base, Tullahoma, Tenn.

He is a 4-year veteran of the Air
Force Seargent Tomlinson is a 19BO
graduate of Bradford High School,
and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Win-
fred Tomlinson of Starke. He and his
I' wife, the former Bonnie Willoughby
Jeanne, live in Winchester, Tenn.

: 1',11". 1 I i I ftf. 1- I ..a f 1 I I csees I rg=1

1 I I Y 1 Curlt hl r slfflnt. LCDR Barry Firth
Awarded Medal
I 1 tzela7i'
I I mu I I ; d. j I I I I rwt Navy Lt. Cmdr. Barry E. Firth,

1 I' I I I'MULn son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Firth,
; : I Starke, was recently awarded a

\ ,_, Joint Service Commendation Medal.
-- He received the decoration for


II II II fare Department, Atlantic Com
II II II 11 mand Electronic IntelligenceCenter

1 II II II from February 19H3 to

8 11 9 II I I III February During this 1985.time, Firth conducted

II II II extensive research and provided
TIDE 1 I DERMASSAGE. DOVE I 1-PACK 1 CHOICE OF TYPES documents that led to the
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Program he was also responsiblefor
p1. iI! .:{ j:4: 'j.lO.JIJ.J: : ; : ,' ,ECKERD COUPON! the development and implementation -
1 1 I I of a master plan which deli tied

2.99SIMONIZ AQUA I I 21.99 : : 39. I\_ 1.39 resources future manpower to support,this budgeting mission.and
PASTE 1 I I i Ji I YY I Additionally, Firth was responsible -
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18-02. CAB WAX( ij5IMOA\\ SURFHIDERReg. I COMBINATION I CRYSTAL LAMP I CHOCOLATE CHIP sistent analytic and production
I ; 9.99 1 with LINE I Reg 59.99 I 1402. COOKIES techniques, and for the developmentof
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'.' jj.j r-n- School', and a graduate of Jacksonville
66' I : f'991 y jai University, with a Bachelor of

j 1 AQUA Ll Science degree, he joined the Navy
Reg. CHE
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/'ICKIRDCOUPON . ; ECKEROCOUPON -_ 'imm Specialist Graduate

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12' I 18' I AQUA MATE I HOT SHOT I I LEAF WHOPPERS 1 I 30"I M*...,mo'PEDESTAL ( First Terrace, Gainesville has
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;ECKERD-COUPONt ;ICKERO COUPON ', :ECKERD COUPON and weapons training and earned
credits toward an associate degreein
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28.08 II 3.27 :11! 9 I11 4/1.00/ I II 6.88 College of the Air Force/
III Martin is scheduled to serve with
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1 2" I Completes Course
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ITALIAN 1 I JOBE'S yI I HOTSHOT i 1 a 1 Donald E and Peggy A. Neel: of
SPRING It II II I 1 INSECTICIDE 'd 1 HOUSE a S 1 KISSES I I BEACMCOMIEISANDALS*r Starke. has completed as Army tank
CHAIR SPIKES i CAROEN SPRAY I 14-02. a turret repair course at Aberdeen
Rg. 8.99 ,, -1 1102.mm I .... 2 99 pa*. Proving Ground, Md.
I I I I I I I 1 Students learned to perform

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and other combat vehicles.His .
.iI wife Tamara, is the daughterof
Thomas and Joann Dabbs of 2WU
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He is a 1978 graduate of Bradford
11 11 II County high School, Starke.
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; i i i i of Betty L. Nails of Brooker, has re-

ii i I 11 4 11 00 enlisted Mountain in Home the U.S.Air Air i-'orce Force Base at

11 99 II fOR Idaho, for five years
2'I 149 I II IIII Gainey is jey engine technicianwith
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MO NONSENSE 1 I "01'1, LADIE He is a 19K6 graduate ut the

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Clifton D. Prevatt, son of CliftonN.
w Prevatt, <>f Lawtey, and Betty J,
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Eckerd will replace It with the comparable national specialists with the 5th Signal com-
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Northside Wins League Title j.

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With only one night of action left, 3-5, and B. Whitehead 4-5 for the Jr. Northslde Baptist rolled'over the M/a I Ir
I'' Northside) Baptist has se\v !cl Up the Stars. Starke Stars 10-4 June 24. M1f
Men's Church Softball League Chant- Pat Welch was 2-3 with 2 doubles to ?
1 pionship. lead Northslde at the plate.
{,Smyrna 23 Airpark 0
Northside1 finished John David Francis
the regular Tony Diggs,
r season with a record of 18-3\!, Smyrna Baptist battered Airpark and Polk were 2-3 for the Stare. .
The second and third p1hCe teams, Baptist in the final inning to take a
Starke Stars 15-4 and Smyty Baptist 23-9 win June 20. Madison St. 13 Airpark 10
14-6 the final of < Duane Searle and Jimmy Scheon-
play gable tji) \e regular'season Madison Street Baptist
came up
tonight (Thut>sKiay) gt ?::3Q. ing were 4.5 with Searle hitting a with 6 runs in the final innings for a
home for
Other final records for {, run Smyrna. 13-10
pn> season come-from-behind win
over Airpark ,
Larry Roberts was 4-4 with a triple,
First Methodist
are J2-9, NjfiW.Hiver Baptist June 24. ,
and Lonnie Olive 3-4 with home
a run
Methodist 8-12, Madron Street Bap Jeff Johnson was the big bat for
tist 7-13, Airpark Baalist 4.\,', And the for Airpark. Madison Street,.going B-5 with 2 home
Jr.. Stars 318. Stars 13 New. River 8 runs.
Nugent was 4-5 with 2 doubles for
1st Metli. 12 Jr; SUMII The Starke Stars defeated New Airpark. :" ,.
First Methodist scored H VAS in the River Methodist 13-8 in action June "
top of the 8th inning end /held\<< ow for a 20.Mike 1st Meth. 18 New River 1 it5
12-J1 win over the Jr. Stars June 20. Chappell was 3-4 with a double First Methodist held New River ;; ,
and a triple to lead the Stars.
Kick Stephens was 3-$( DennisCrawford J, Methodist to just 1 hit in winning 18-1
Allen 3-3 and Jimmie
2-5, and L. Ennis :;!.4, each was June 25.Leroy:
O'Steen 3-4 for New River. =
with a double and a triple fl<)( the Win Ennis was 4-4 with 2 doubles .,
ners.H for the winners. w.w."E"E
Northside 10 Stars 4 ;
Polk and 'C
Judson Jacltgon Were Bill Barton was 2-2 for New River r o m'%' ,
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", -4' 7." "'!'....... ----- --;; Almost there
t-(:: ""'...". I .:... ,:: .--1""' :"' >!' .'11'''''' '!/II"f'W>6,.n ..
'...........::."" .+."..".)"it.'t: i-...'.'h4;..<* ":.., f1 roroi. ;.;; <..::+ : ;:+;:(.<;.:;: f-(:+ & Double Zero Lonnie Olive was ganged up on by park Baptist and Madison Street Baptist played last
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t'4 Fa'babebw4p?ymr wiibr' Jo.6 't'... t. : :4> Robert Carver and
"."w,.....l. 'N........ ,rrosrov+A/ "lae MAw .,..+ .......9.bA
+$.i':::.:..:.::t ::: :.:..d'::..:.:;.. ':rfA bib':S 111 ::'.Jt...., t.::..e 1Ib.+.o.::.::rbyr:.:.:: :.:::.:4'i.i. tl:....Iao...V6...-.#.""'g o'r ,.'. ,,

+.Pab1..cbT...t.:4' >>:.1t'A. :. ..R:: S O. ; ts ..:):3rrsAr.l+ 4
t::;+ sy:':"'?:;'A:4'k r :#,9 v, + .u, !fJ Sf t.!:j!:'b'1 .'. .3';; t ::N:4Plfbl::.:'=.4\f: Final Women's Games to be PlayedThe
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pin': -"-- .. i 101 'c.' 0 ./w 'r."JiJ ) H f. & final two games of the regular The Rebels rolled The Rebels scored 5 in
t Lawtey to a 17.6 Lawtey runs
plL f
et: ra4 Lw.:. ft: ; :t a1 1 I : : .}:;;. ; ," f :; for the Women's Softball
J. 4: .,... .:::(:'41 season win over the Starettes June 20. the bottom of the final inning to take a
.Ir. .. ../ .,. ?. ...,... ..,. League, sponsored by the Starke Kelly Richards 4-4 with 17-16 come-from-behind the Bits
was dou- over
:;: :. ,. ....'" + .. -.' "' r rI .. a
..."-....- --- ..... :__:"_, ". ..\ "l., .I :..4.!:( Recreation Department, will be ble and a triple for the Rebels. &: Pieces June 24.
+. ........ .%+,.... )r I ...+!..,bl i.!I ;#..4i.-ox.,., ;tf '\'.,.t"o b., ;.+;...,+... .4 played tonight (Thursday) at the Ed- Unissa King was 2-3 with a home Gloria Sapp was 4-4, Geraldine
++ .b 4AM+1 #14'bb1 wards Road Complex. Scheduled are run, and Tawana Kinsler 3-4 for the Crews 4-5, and Joan Saunders 3-5,

,,............. ... ....... .,,,. fr" .'.. .. the Starettes and the Cubbettes at Starettes. each with 2 doubles for the Rebels
7:00, and P G's and the Bits & Piecesat
I .* ...'] : Linda Shannon was 4-4 with a dou-
,>.> "' .4'' ,. 8:15.: ble,and Ann Nettles 3-5 with 2 doublesfor .
{ t.:;..;,.:1o::.:(:< ...-: '' 1)j:: :"I\: :i 2!" c The Cubbettes have locked up the Cubbettes 18 Fillies 0 the Bits &: Pieces.
i + v Championship for the 1985 Season, Cubbettes shut the Fillies
The out
:*lo ti.:+ bI'a1/G:YV .1.11 Pp i.Q Mrorofa t +.ft! .(:+o Ll>>1sleeay"w =1 currently with a record of 18-1, with 18-0 in a 5-inning game called on the Rebels 17 Fillies 7
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"':" .... ... ... ...,., 1ia.. F1J the only loss coming by forfeit.In 10-run rule June 24. The Lawtey Rebels rolled to a 17.7
"'. ;1) -' -""; second place is the Lawtey Lee was 2-3 with 2 home runs to lead win over the Fillies June 25.
: : Rebels at 14-6, followed by the Bits &: the Cubbettes' attack. Joan Saunders was 3-5, and Betty
...... Pieces 8-11, Starettes 7-12, P G's 6-13, Kelly Jackson was 2-2. with 2 Jean Hudson 2-5 with a double for the
....,.\,.....--.... "' ',.0\-,: -'--.-', ,'-, -.-.-..--. : and the Fillies 4-14. doubles for the Fillies. Rebels.
.. ...... Kelly Jackson was 2-4 for the
w ';- Rebels 17 Starettes 6 Rebels 17 Bits & Pieces 16 Fillies.

-Heading for: the field... ..,-. -
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Lisa Alvarez gets dr hit! for the Bits and Pieces Hcbels. Umpire Rick Stephens keeps everyone honest
while (iioria Sapp backs' ufr! the plate for the Lawtey from behind.



Jr. Softball League Results... Sao Ceep

The Jr. Softball League fixPoys Justin Johns, Bo Johns, Scott Dun- were 3-4, and Jonathon Ferguson, \)
and girls ages 10-13, sponsorei( by the can, Don Roberts, and Devin Wheeler Michael Groves, Cathy Jackson, and
Starke Recreation Department, got had 1 hit each for the Royals. Misty Filli 2-3 for the A's.
under way June 11. '
Cubs 18- A's 4
I Twins 15 Royals 9 The Cubs picked up their 2nd win of Cubs 17 Twins 14 SUMMER SAbE'.w
: The Twins took the fij-st gate of the the season, handing the A's their 2nd Undefeateds met again June 21 with
:, '85' season, winning 5.9)1I1'\ the loss 18-4 June 18. ., the Cubs coming out on top of the
Royals. Blake Thomas was 4-5 with a triple*, Twins 1714.
Ben Hawkins was'4-5 with 9. double for the Cubs. '. ',0'Monique Williams was the big bait
i y .. and a triple Paul Smith,J...# with 2 Cathy Jackson v and Shannon Smith. for the.eublJrgolng 3-0 vmH a homi.,. ;: :,! Huge Selection .,
". r triples, and Chandra Woods :3-5 I>,'Itl12 were 2-3 for the A's. runs and a triple. Andy Crews was 3-$
doubles to lead the Twins. with a home run. Of Ladies
Scott Duncan and Bo Johns A'et-e 3-4 Chanda Woods was 2-4 with' 2 j
S, with Duncan hitting 2 Dome (\1119 for Twins 12 Padres 10 doubles, and Paul Smith was 3.5 for 3 d
o\ the Royals. In a battle of the undefeateds, the the Twins. Nh
Twins handed the Padres their first 0 SportswearDresses
Padres 21 A's 7 loss 12-10 June 19. Padres.17 Royals 16

1 The Padres rolled to$ 21-7 Win over Chanda Woods was 3-4 with 2 The Padres scored 2 runs in the bottom
I the the A's June 14. triples, Paul Smith 3-4 with a triple, of the 7th inning to win a 17-16
i '
r Darren Evans and ftonda Bryant" and Freeman Register 2-3 with a tri slugfest with the Royals June 21. ,
were 4-5 for the Padres. ple for the Twins. Beau Ely and Eric Brown were 3-5, / > l
Shannon Smith was 2-2 aw Cathy Darren Evans, Beau Ely, and Ron with Brown hitting 2 doubles and Ely
Jackson 2-3 with a double for the A's. da Bryant were 3-4 for the Padres. a triple for the Padres.Leslie Folsonwas Shorts
3-4 with a triple.
t: Royals 14 A's 13
a Cubs Devin Wheeler and Scott Duncan
7 1
Royals The Royals squeezed past the A's were 3-4, with Wheeler hitting 2
\ The Cubs defeated the Royals 7-1 in 14-13 June 19. doubles and a triple, and Duncan a 0
action June 14. Denn Wheeler was 3-3 with a double double and !a triple for the Royals. Swimwear + A
14 Monique Williams and Cha'sea ,and John Loper 3-4 with a triple to Don Roberts and John Loper were 2-4 1tiL.
Bray were 3-3 with Williams\ /pitting 2 pace the Royals. with Roberts hitting 2 doubles and
triples for the Cubs. Andy Huggins and Keith Holloway Loper 2 triples.

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I' Youth AssociationTo tion June 28 and 29 at Edwards Road tniry ice and your oliicial ASA ". .
Complex in Starke. roster must be received by Monday, ,
r Sponsor 1985 ASA slowpitch rules will be June 24. Please mail to Jerry L. .
;, Softball TourneyThe used and enforced in the double- Mcgriff, P. O. Box 759, Starke, :
Florida 32091.
elimination tournament. "
Youth Softball Associationwill Entry fee is $65 and two new Concession stands and restroom' \
sponsor it's Seventh Annual Invitational restricted flight (red-stitch) softballs facilities will be open. ,
Men's Slow pitch jgoftPall Make check payable to Youth All proceeds will be used in con- ,", ,
I Tournament, sanctioned\ W the Softball Association. junction with Youth Softball (Junion ., ,
Florida Amateur Softball .
osacla. Olympic) activities. r
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'77 2821469.BONITA 6/20 W/115 2tpd 6/27 Mercury call 3 corner BR, 1'/lot.BATH Enclosed HOME garage: Saratoga CH/Alr.His., HORSE BUNK BEDS: Good: 30007823366.gentle horse 6/27ltpd.Gelding. NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. ''I,.:':' .--n" :':.','" .':. ...: J., '_:,.::.,- ;:. ';, 'if"''''; ''

for woman rider 9647877. 6/20/6/27 Measures 24x36". :25 cents each. Great
BASS BOAT:>4 it. boat w/trailer 25hp Phone 9648652. 3/21 tfn
Johnson motor and electric trolling 3 BR MUST SELL Central air and hoot.Enclosed 13r)978) : 35' filth wheel, American for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH,
low maintenance Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully sell- 135 W.Call-5t. 9646305. .1JIiIA Elle
Call ,
motor. Like new. $2,000. garage ruJ
contained 5332411. Call :
price !
fans neg.
964.6943 alter 6:30: p.m. 6/27 Itchg. ceiling nice neighborhood closeto J
utility trailer $650 16' dozer trailer,
Southslde Elem. $39,900.96..5952.. after 6 p.m. 5/16 tin ;
964.6915. 4/181tfn.( ROLLS OF HAY: Fresh cut Alecia. Arthur $1.700; 16' utility trailer $970; 16'Iawn '
built thru size
Custom for canoes any J'REALTY
Gasklns, 782.3727 after 5 5/16 tfn trailer$1,125, 10' lawn single axle
flat bottom boat. Have two boats In ON HAMPTON LAKE: Brick 3/BR p.m
BRADFORD LIMEROCK trailer, $878; 16' car hauler $1.150: 6 v,
one. Beach/land Sailors, hottest new Fireplace, carport, screened ft.
$100. Olin's Mobile Home
sport for the beach. Sail on the beach. porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301 SALES Center ramps Rd. Starke.: .. '"' < ..IJ.
100 W. 9645606. 'i':
Double/single seats Need a special $95.000. 468-1576.. after 6:00: 5/9 tin lImerock B Fill Dirt < PHONE 964-7776
part? If If can be built-we'll build It 608 S. WATER STREET: By owner, 2 BR, CB 20 yd. semi-loads only MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE: this Fri and CECELIA
PRESCOTT FABRICATION home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn Phone 782-3172 /23tfchg Sat. June 28th & 29th 715 S. Epperson IERWILL GAR 205 N. Temple. Starke I

HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 BR 1 BA, 18 STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at St. "Lots of Nice Things" 6/27 Itchg
21 I Hwy
((904)964.8348) Starke. 6 tpd. 'TODAY
Doublewlde Home Center located : quail for sale
Trl-Hull 16' 60 Horse Johnson between 301 and Hampton, days eggs 782.3942
964. North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this is not ItpdFOLEYSHARP
",,-6557 $600.00 6/27 Itpd 6848. eves 5332891. low 20's. 6/27 .
GOVERNMENT HOMES: from $1 (U trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg ALL MACHINE: All at
Repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for tachments used very little $700.00 **
LAND FOR SALEONE 1.805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In. sale at Olins Home Center located on 964.4536 6/27 1 tchq 1214 W. MIMOSA (OFF BESSENT RD.) BRICK 2 BR, 2 BA. VERY NICE 61000. j

formation. 5/30 7/25 Stchg Highway 100 West This (Is not trailer MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as {SARATOGA HEIGHTS $35,000.3 BR, 2 BA. LARGE FAMILY ROOM.

ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood no HOME FOR SALE: 3/1 on beautiful wood furniture 6/13 tfnchg $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. 4/04 (BUTLER TERRACE 4 BR, 2 BA. 1.96 Ac. IN CITY. $48,400.
down payment $75. per mo. Call ed lot just outside town. Carport, cen FLASHING ARROW SIGN: For sale or tfn NBROOKER1480
SQ. FT. :3 $45,000.1
rent 31.50/mo. Nortons Barn Sale. 301S.
9645606. 10/4 tfn tral heat/AC Wood stove, nearly new NEW PIANO: $49,99 per month, no credit
LOTS B ACREAGE: 20 percent down, $38.000 964.5997 6/13 tin of Starke 964.6509, 6/137104 4tchg checks Call 9646946. 4/04 tfn (HERE'S YOUR ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY THE RIGHT HOME BUILT I
balance In five years, financing by 3BR/2BA C/HA: Fireplace, ceiling fans, POST HOLE DIGGER: 6" auger with 3 hrp. FOR SALE: ADD a-ROOM 14'X22' I AT THE RIGHT TIME-IN THE RIGHT LOCATION & PRICED RIGHT I WE ARE PROUD J
owners, 964.6853. 12/13 tfn. Ig. screen porch, app. 6 acres in city 2 cycle engine, $250 9645734. 6/20 tfn 3,000/lnstalled 3,500 dealer I TO PRESENT A PLACE TO LIVE FOR THE BEST OF YOUR LIFE-CHARMING, CON.
ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. limits near Elem. School 964;5876, SIMCO RIDING SADDLE: Excel) Condit. 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg [TEMPORARY, BRICK HOME IN A BEAUT. GARDEN SEl TING AT THE COUNTRY

3500. $350 dn.( $70 per mo. Call $$76,000.00 6/27 7/04 2tpd used few times asking $225. Call HOUSE PLANS: custom drawn, phone CLUB. FOUR BDR.. TWO BA. FORMAL LIVING ROOM ft DINING ROOM,
9645606. 1/03 tfn APTS FOR SALE: 2 unlts/2 story buildingwith 964-6305 ask for Montez 6/20 tfn Macclenny 1-259-3538 3tpd 6/20 FIREPLACE CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, SPACIOUS EAT-IN KITCHEN, FAMILY j
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRV fireplace on Washington St. Dou PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted responsibleparty ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN ROOM-NUMEROUS AMENITIES. $120,000 WI1H $59,000 ASSUM. MTG. 9'/.%
ROAD: $3,000 no down payment, $70 ble lot. Next to Starke Elem. 964-5876 to assume small monthly LAKE CITY GLEASON's CORNER MALL llNTERESTI

per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn BY OWNER: 560 Glandale St., Brick payments on spinet/console piano. Fresh water Marine fish, Birds, Pup- ( YOU ASKED FOR ITI) KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE, SECOND HOME FOR )
1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD: (C-227)) 3BR '2BA, C7HA. Fireplace, formal LR, Can be seen locally Write: (include Ph. pie, kittens and pet supplies. Ten I RENTAL FAMILY
percent LAUNDRY
number Credit P.O. Box HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT.), 2-CAR GARAGE,
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3500. no down payment $70 per mo, formal DR. breakfast room, kitchen, Manager off with this ad. 6/6 3tpd 6/20 I HUGE STORAGE
Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn large game room. 964-5463 6/13 520 Beckemeyer. 62219 6/20 3tchg (
LOT IN CITY: $6,000. Call 964.5764; after tfnchg COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Starke DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I

5, call 964.5251.3/07 tin HOME FOR SALE: 3.BR, 1 1/2-BA, CIl/A, Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212. (INVESTMENT PROPERTIES IN THE CITY LIMITS 2 HOUSES, 3 DUPLEXES, 1 [
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: High and 1 acre, $45000.00. 6 1/2 miles from FOR SALE: Very gentle fancy hamsters AUCTIONCabinet I APART. HOUSE GOOD ASSUM. MORTGAGES OWNER WILL TAKE SECOND I
dry wooded lots suitable for mobile prison. Owner will hold mortgage $2.00 ea. 964.83196/20 :2tchg: 6/27 (MORTGAGES FOR GOOD CLIENT

home, cabin or camping, $4950 eo.w$150 964.4236 6, 20 tfncha BICYCLE Ten speed, ladies bicycle, good Shop Equipment |*.IF YOUR FAMILY COMES FIRST OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE .
dn., $63.14 mo. Exc, huntingand 3 BR I'/i BATH HOME: Saratoga His., condition, $40. Ask for Lynda at | BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 B HOME APPROX 2650 SQ. FT. 2 CHS UNITS FIREPLACE |
fishing. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Air. 9644210. 6/27 l Itpd. Commercial Real Estate, MANY OTHER AMENITIES $74.900. FLEXIBLE FINANCING.
629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 Phone 9648652. 3/21 tfn MISC.: Large black, office sofa ((2)) $50.
LAND FOR SALE: Six lots 1.23 acre per 3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. ea; rocking chair for two $60.. oak 13 Building Lots [ COUNTRY CLUB BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON I'/, AC. LIVING ROOM DINING I

lot, 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For. Enclosed garage, low maintenance, desk $50., 10 square brown fiberglass [ ROOM KITCHEN. LG. FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE PATIO, PAVED j

syth. Rd. No money down $75 mth. ceiling fans nice neighborhood closeto roofing $125. and more. 323 N, Walnut Saturday, July 13 | DRIVEWAY.
Call 964.56066/6 tfnchg Southslde Elem. $39,900, 964-5952 or St. 9647682. 6/27 Itpd. I *12 ACRES 8 LARGE FARM HOUSE $85,000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL. BARN, I
WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat 9646915. 4/18 I Itfn. WATER SOFTENER: 1 Used Autotrol 10:00 a.m. WORKSHOP 31'x42' POLE BARN. FENCED/CROSSFENCED. VARIETY OF FRUIT j

Woodland Acres Starke. Has well ON HAMPTON LAKE: Brick 3/BR, Water Softener Control System $550.R. [TREES: PEAR. PEACH FIG AND GRAPE.

septic .tank and ligl.t pole. 7500 selling 1'//BA, Fireplace, carport, screened M. House '964.4901 6/27 1 Itpd. Walker's Cabinet Shop |907 CYPRESS STREET BR. I'/ BA. STUCCO 6 YRS. OLD. 43000. ASSUM. |
price 500 down 75.00/month.. Call porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. MISC.: Geese2 hens, 1 drake$30.: also Hwy 21 N. Keystone Heights I MTG. $29.500 MO. PAY. $304.23 10'ENERGV EFFICIENT.
964-56066/13 tfhchg $95,000. 468-1576 after 6:00. 5,'9 tfn infact girl baby dresses excellent
11.8 ACRES W/NEW DW MOBILE HOME: 608 S. WATER STREET By owner, :2 BR, CB shape $1'.SO ea. Call 9645306. 6/27 After 20 years in this area as the J'CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR A BRICK, APPROX. 2295 SQ. FT. )
3.BR..2.BA. Great room w/ireplace.} !home..14681323. 11/08 tfn WHOLESALE LESS 20 PERCENT: best most successful cabinet and j STONE FIREPLACE BEAMED CEILINGS. SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.

$69,300. TL: 22031 Owners motivated. flashing.arrow sign. Dirt cheap! $259 cypress clock manufacturer, Jim (CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF I
Harris Real Estate and Assoc Inc. FOR SALE complete. Free letters! Warranty Low Walker is retiring and said to sell [ DISTINCTION. HWY 301 S. $425 MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.

778.7530, Jeanie Crawford Assoc. upkeep Damage resistant fiberglass, everything to the highest bidder. 1908 W. PRATT ST.-LOVELY BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON TWO LOTS. YOUR BEST MOVE 1
Eves. 7818012. 6/202tthg:: 6/27
LAND FOR SALE 8.24 acres w/3-BR, 1977 KAW-4SO Complete Bike Will run. faces Factory direct. Call Saws, landers, compressors. Power Line I WILL BE TO THIS HOME.

2-BA Mobile home 47150. TL: 22029. Sell for parts $100. Heavy Duty Step ADD 1-800-423-0163 A ROOM:,onvlme.6/27 14'X22' 3OOO/lnstalled 1 Itfcan and,Simco nailers and staplers, rowders, (EXCELLENT LOCATION-SOUTHGATE AREA: 3 BR/2 BA CH. NEW ROOF, 8% |
Owners motivated. Harris Real Estate Bumper Silver, very good condition 3,500 dealer 904-964.5606 6/27 tfnchg hundreds of power and hand tools plywood, I ASSUM. MTG.
and Assoc. Inc. 778-7530 Jaqnie, $25. Windows to fit P-yp, topper 'or nails, staples glue plastics, two construc I
Ml Ml FARM-5 AC., ENC.
,"' 'OawfbVcl' EV.i 8\.eoi2. / O" 'camper 'incl, vlldirig. front 'window-- 1I1III'.I/.II.rl": /: two utility traUirv.two/ utility
{lf.,,2tkhg: 6/2j! .Nom.i : woro'otB'cToiwNfefruVWfsr.: -tvtra oJ v Steve Broadway ;f\ .box van,boat w/rnolor
LAKE VIEW LOTS, 2"lots"on canal on COLBY PIT ENGLISH lLDO PUPPIES: SERVICE /and much much more. {
Goodson Prairie Luke 80X136 ea. Tl Solid White. $25. Contact Douglas TREE C REAL ESTATE GOLFER'S DREAM HOME-ACROSS FROM COUNTRY CLUB. SO YOU WANT THE\
23023. Harris'Real Estate and Assoc. Cribbs. Rt. 3 Box 1887, Starke. 6/27 FINEST-THIS is FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING
lU'moval 200 Ft. on 21 N. 3 BR/2 BA homeor
Inc. 778. 7530, Jeanie Crawford Assoc. : j'BROOKER-BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS AC. ONLY 5 YRS. OLD. 3 BR/2\
Eves 731-8012 6/20 2tchg 6/27 June 29, 8.2 Sale from 15 to 50 percent 'I'i'i lllllllll); display store. 3,000 sq. ft. shop X.$55,000 W/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX. $36,000 AT 11V,%. $396 MO.
FOR SALE 100 feet water plus off. On Brownlee Rd. 229 area. This complex Is completely
Lake. Terms or Cash. Highway about 3 miles out of town.
964-4236 on 6/20 tfnchgIN Look for signs or call 964.6451 6/27 1 Firi'XMMxl fenced. QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO!


ready to build. 80 X 1 125, no poles or jubilee. Field never picked; come load 473-4732 13 Building Lots on Woodland BARN. GOOD FOR KIDS a OTHER GROWING THINGS.

septic tank needed, access to lake, your trucks for $1.00 ea. Also patch of Drive, Keystone Heights. 'BRICK 4 BR/2 BA-1 AC. SEWING RM. COULD BE 5TH Bit FIREPLACE, DBL.
bell the bushel truck load.
Beach Club house priviledge. 3000. Call pepper 9645630.by 6/27 Itpd.or After 5 P.M.. e For more Information or a pictured GARAGE 2 UTIL. ROOMS. CHSA.

Call 6/2771.evenings.. 964.7521 or 264.8307 TRAMPOLINE FRAME: Large round Keystone Heights brochurecontactCAMPBELL'S j-LOTS: BESSENT RD 5 OAKS, CONNERLY ESTATES HAMPTON OAKS, CROSBY]

2tchg trampoline frame $50.; large upright I LAKE SAMPSON LAKE SOUTHGATE, KINGSLEY LK. VILL.
72 ACRES: Part 8-year-nld pine cleared,
Licensed & Insured
large old oaks $1,050.00 per acre 5 piano $"'00. Call 496-289,3 after 6 p.m. 36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.

acres pasture, $9,500 cash. 2.1 acres TRAVEL TRAILER: 14 ft. Scotty self- AUCTION SERVICE COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES.
contained. 9646974... 6/27 Itpd
scattered trees $1,000 down $69.00 {LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3V ACRES.
MISC. and
Call : Couch chair $50., 1 B/W
month. SandyRealtorAssociate
per ((904)) 497-1129 North Florida T.V. (portable) $15., 1 Stereo $15.. 473-7028 14 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A 8 WILSON RD A GOOD BUY

If can 9647377... 6/27 Itpd. BULLDOZER WORKFill -RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.

ding flowers $49.95. For more Information ,
write to: Jamaica Jake's, 2449 NE Janet M.
Tim Murrhee
Classified Ads 20th Terrace, Lighthouse Point, Florida i222' FRONTAGE 301 1 Ml. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.

Get Results 33064 6/27 tfcan Keystone Heights >> StarlingRealtor -INVESJ NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.jBRICK .

HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 $49,000 -
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ACRESWell: septic tank

SUPER GARAGE SALE > -pond/open air barn. $33,500 TAVERN OUTLAW ",,-5478 EVENINGS BILL DODD 964.7408
5 ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES .
$25,000. JR. 964-718s
House Cars Pick-Up Truck '- TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
NOVIS WARD 964.7454]
4.87 ACRES: Well, septic tank, 17x3:
All Furniture, Fixtures & AppliancesAnd FLORILAND Tolmon pool, fenced'cross-fenced WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 DAVID DODGE 964.5370*

Many Miscellaneous Items (, REALTY -$25.000.4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. $12,500. ********************* fr********************

-5 Ac.. Pv'd frntg. $12,500. *
Everything Goes 1 964.7700 -12 ACRE; Old home Beautiful Oak' NO MONEY DOWN
J: 1985 New )14x70 3 BR/2 BA ..
All Day Saturday !\ 393 N. Temple Ave. OLD 32500. .. 1985 14 Wide 2 BR. i Wood siding fireplace, stereo, fur .
Vernie P. Odom BUILDING: In Lawtey $8500.Ou
::Wood siding, carpeting throughout drapes and carpel
130 S.W. Garden Street Broker-GRI LIQUOR STORE AND I lOUNGE Jnished ::
SERVICE STATION $40,000 and much more No Money Down lo J throughout, frost-free garden tub. No .

-- Keystone Heights j I -50 Ac. 50000. qualified, buyer. Take over payments jL money down to qualified, buyer

LAND FOR SALE: 3BR :2BA Beaut. Land Scaped Lat. Jof'159" per month :: over payments of '222" per
Call Mr Ford Call Mr Ford
Rd. side*. $39'5 Tak.j
a..2 Acres frontage 2 <<
I ((904)) 782.3931 4 1
1-473-7237 : 1.473.7237
i a38 Acres Rd. frontage. 2 side P.O. Drawer MM301 ::
BLUEBERRIES wood **************
Econo-Cut 101 Acre. Good hunting ******
S. lawteyMOTORCYCLE 5**************** ..
1 I Trailer & Lot Owner financing. .
Lawn Services Longneckers Farm Country Home Excellent.condition. =-

782-3408 Lawtey U or We Pick (Owner Commercial financing.Bldg. Priced to s.11. Jack ClrnurtnnU &
In | Aiwnctaten
Specializing : CR-1469 Earteton, 4 miles W. of Owner will hold mortgoga. : inc.RealtorBuilder .

Mowing & 2 miles N. of R-26. Brake Pads
Beds Melrose Desired Area 3 BR/I BA. Assume'mortgage.

General Flower LawnMaintenance Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sun [ Parts : 473-7060

day 230630.: 468.2483 also $ 14 5 0 Large variety of Lots & Acreage in the hill region of BradfordCo.
Per Set
Exc. Local References 475-1151 or 473-2707. bas, A few Duplex & Triplex Lots. No septic tank mounds pave

#399-3 BR, 1 (block) corner lot SPECIAL: ed roads Our community water systems Owner financing
fenced In town. Central heat (?)
from $3950 Central
Palatka and
shade trees.
wall unit air condo Nice Oil Change
Roberts Real Estate $39,900. W/Filter
402--1 BR, 1 BA In Raiford. Neat
986 N. Temple Ave. Stark.-, FL clean needs finish work,In Kitchen. Filter & Labor Beautiful Golf Course Lots

964.6262 Nice iot. $12,500.:: ,

395-2 BR, 1 BA home In Whispering I $800 Oil Extra Priced from
Pines. Workshop garden!,fruit trees $10,950
bedrooms 2 baths Block Home on large city
'IN TOWN r 4 and berries. $30,500. % _

lot. Has central heat & air, single carport, swimming pool. '398-20 Ac. 4 BR, 2 BA home large ji i x -- -- ---
Full Face
$57,800.00. oaks. Pasture mobile home hookup. !

r '/ COMMERCIAL' Prime business location on U.S. 301 with $63,000. "*' lots MotorcycleHelmets

1 589 plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 square foot 1403-.((2)) One Acre water access ach. Carpet Qstiffl
1 (Big Tree lakes). $11,500, jaQ5 Scotchgard
Call for details.
building. Owner terms. 7 Room H
e40 ACRE FARM House with central heat & air, 15 acres In #385--Brick 3 BR, 2 BA with pool, From Cleaning & i Is
'; grove, various barns and outbuil ings. All In good horse barn wi tack.. room. wa.h Available

l\ f 'r-1 >. pecan conditlcn.. See this one today .J' down. /fiayloft barn. 15 ex. Many extras ..$29" Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
Terms. $139,000.
; e6 PLUS ACRES ON US 301 Excellent corner' lot with many to see
I I r' possibilities. 2790000. -2 BR Mobile! >> Home A 3 M horn*. STARKECYCLES OFFEREDWe
BROWNLEE ROAD Newly' remodeled home with' 4 U' N.,...'Ptork..P132091. Av.G specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wan to wall carpet furniture clean-

! : bedrooms 2 baths. Fireplace central air. A good buy at $ and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

f .. ,. 4250000. STROUT work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.

COMPLETE APPRAISAL SERVICE REALT Y Senior Citizen_Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

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CARS & TRUCKS PERSONAL SERVICES ', .','*/ ,,', ,YARD SALE ," ,i".: ',',"1\I";' mV ',. ''." .' .. ._..., .',, ;'..',", ..,, ., 'J ... .....' .,
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I 74 TOYOTA COROLLA. YARD SALE 3 families: furniture,

I.I:: new new ports.filters,Runs broke looks pods tyl.,good tires, 4 spd 32& Other 2 dr.. CHILD my home CARE In: Will Lawtey core, anytime for your Receive child In clothes St., Near, odds Vo-Tech.and ends Saturday 560 W.8 Weldon a.m.-4. '' FOR RENT HELP WANTED -. LAND FOR SALE -

mpg excellent care. Call me at 782-3869.
I: $600. Call 9646529. Itpd 6/27: HOW p.m. 6/27 Itpd KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE LOT Hillcrest
CAN loke.
I HELP Babysitting Elderly PART-TIME HELP WANTED Girl Friday. 13500.
71-LTD-3S1 Wnd.or! BIG YARD SALE: Sat 9... 4 families left
I' Radio. Heater Engine PS.pB. sitting,, Handicapped sitting, off Hwy. 301 North on Morgan Road REALTY Responsible, bright ft cheerful. Call Owner will finance. $164 per month.
(not hooked up). Housekeeping Shopping etc Call Rental Property Available Mike otter Juno 29 at 904-473-3534. 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6
Good 1 mile down left follow
running condition $600. 909 N. 7823916. (C.233)) on ; 1 BR, 2 BA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished.No LOT FOR SALE
6/27 Itchg. NEED PERSON Keystone Heights, ready
i For lawn and
Thompson St. 9645254. signs off SR-16 and Hwy 301 6/27 Itpd grove
: I work. 6/27 Itpd. Keep trying| I THE PERSONAL TOUCH: Professional YARD SALE: men and women clothing pets $400 per month. maintenance 2 days a week, with to move on. Power well septic and
2 BR 2 BA
cleaning for home office. Half Gator bone lake. Completely fence. $6,499. 392-0985 or 4733024.
y 84 CAMERO your or misc. household Items & appliances, good experience In car of equipment.
? Z-28 Loaded I top $12 500 furnished $400 month and $400 Ask for Linda
" day all per tfnchg 6/13
1 Will consider trade in. '6127 day, or by the hour. For more antique mahogany gate-leg table with' Must hove own transportation
96..6603. security deposit NORTH CAROLINA .
,1c Information call 9646886. 6/27 Itpd. 4751538. Itpd 621PERSONAL Mountain land
84 FORD ESCORT With. pods, sofa, w.st.rn books, Saturday .
14,000 miles CliFF'S OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Centei. large small cabins
DIESEL REPAIRS: 24 hr. toad ser June 29th 102. Cancel if rain. 311 acreage acreage, ,
I assume payments. 964-6557. 6/27ltpd vice. Spec. In Cummins, Mac $200 per month and $200 security SERVICES homes. DOCKERY LAND CO., 114 Andrews .
78 CHEV. MONTE-CARLO Lafayette St. ((2 blocks behind Andrews
Low deposit.
mileage Detrolt4737143. 6/27 tin Rd.. Murphy. NC 28906. Call Toll
PS. PB. A/C. Excellent Condition. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All 'Drug Star.) 6/27 Itpd 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages.By Free 1 ((800)) 3317947. ItFCAN
I Must sell Call 473.2703 alter 5. 6/27 makes cleaned oiled and YARD SALE Boys clothing 1-3 toys, week or month. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work 9-ACRE operating campground. 82 oak-

Itchg $15. Used sewing machines adjusted for sale. playpen appliances, etc. Sat and Sun LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR IBA, unfurnished. kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. shaded sites. Store, lounge, pool

r CATALINA PONTIAC door. 443 W. Coll James Strickland corner Rd. 318 West Lafayette St. 6/2'1ltchg $275 per month.KEYSTONE Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after apartment. Excellent Investment
St. Mrs. C. A. Knight, Morgan MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE: This Fri ft 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg
Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn INC.,
t I r:; fl It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Free Sat. June 28th & 29th. 715 S. Epperson Licensed Real Estate Broker 473-4961 CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and Installations. 611 N. Summit Crescent City, FL32012.

! at:: through the U.S Government? Get the estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. SI. "lots of Nice Thing 6/27 Itchg 6/21 tfnchg Free estimates. Ten years ((904)) 698-2100. Vivian Wendell EvenIngs -

I F. : facts today! Call 1.312.742.1142. Ext Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559.329tin YARD SALE: Sat. June 29th across experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for ((904)) 6982571. ItFCAN

, f:1 609. 6/27 4fpd B'8. Southside Elementary 9-2. car hitch FOR RENT OR SALE On Lake Geneva Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 72 ACRES. Part 8-year-old pine cleared,

I LASABRE power steering brakes win. WANT TO DRINK? tires, full size mattress jewelry 2BR furnished No pets if rental HANDYMAN: All kinds of horn repairs, large old oaks $1.050 p.r acre. 5 acres

.I:. dows AC 82,000 miles good over all THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS household. 6/27 Itpd 473.2455.5/30 tfnchg mobllehome repairs and fix-up needs posture $9.300 cash. 2.1 acres scattered
I cond. $500.964.5952 and 6915 OFFICE SPACE Available 21 No job too small. M'nor' plumbing
C: 4,8ttfn. WANT TO STOP on Hwy trees, $1,000 down $69 per
II In BUICK SKYHAWK: 1978. Price $150000 THAT'S OURS REAL ESTATE $100 per office, 473-3360 9-5, 475-1468 repairs. Cleaning service, light haul. month. Call Sandy/Realtor Assoc. ((904))

I"f." ? 1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964.4756 Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646894964S434 OUT OF AREA after hours. 4tchg 6/13.7/4 Ing, Call Jim 473-3671 day or evenlno. 497.1129.. North Florida. ItFCAN

.2 after 5:30: 5/30 tin FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinlshing. NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS Fr..

I :. : 1978 GMC VAN:1/2 ton $2500 964.7423 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, WANTEDWANTEDResponsible Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac Brochur. on property in N. Georgia.
ti' 1980 FORD VAN: 1/2 ton $3000 Call etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND: 4732521. tfnchg 1/24 Coll or writ.. CENTURY 21 Griffin Realty

, 1:.: 964.7423 Teal Tile S Carpet. 6/6 tin 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake large acreage, small acreage, cabins, CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior, exterior P. O. Box 683, Blairsville, GA 30512.
l FORD CAR FOR PARTS: 429 engine C6 Butter 496.3079 and Keystone Heights homes. Dockery Land Co., 114 Andrews small party to assume references. Call 473-7517 3/14 1 ((800)) 335-0021 ((404)) 745-9412 or
:.: transmission IS' tires good rear end. 4734973. 2/26 tin Rd. Murphy N.C. 28906. Call payments on tfnchg 7454389. ItFCAN
Ir I Gary 964.8569 6/13 Ifn"i BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infants and Toll-free 1-800-331-7947 Itfcan spinet/console piano. Can seen MAKE NEW cushions dining chairs, barstools

I I:; 83 CUTLASS CIERRA take over toddlers up to 5 years of age receive 9-ACRE OPERATING CAMPGROUND: 82 Credit locally Write Mnager: (include P. phone O Box number 520.Beekemey.r. ), camper beds No job too small. CARS TRUCKS
Cond. Call excellent oak-shaded sites Store, lounge pool, Addison Upholstery 4732452.
o" 964.85696/13xtlnl Gory care. Weekdays, 7-7. Call IL 62219. 3tchg 6/20-7/4 4tchg & BOATS
: Excellent investment.
: 473.7864.04 tin apartment. NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt
: ROOMMATE NEEDED sharebeautiful
I' 1984 RED FIERO: 4 speed. 8,000 miles. LAWN MOWING: Lg/Small lawns. Ball Financing. 27300. Triton Realty Inc., home in Keystone.to Own transmission for $150 w/warrranty DODGE MONOCA 1975 model. Tires,

S: :: Fully loaded w sun.roof. Excel. Cond. fields playgrounds. Phone 485.1861 611 N. Summit.. Crescent City 32012. bedroom and bathroom. $150 plus half (most cards) also do standards and body all in good condition. $800. Call

.t: : 431.1253 6/20 tfn anytime 4/25 tfnchg ((904)) 698 2100. Vivian Wendell. Evenings electric. 473-7742. Itpd 627MISCELLANEOUS foreign. Call 2727607. 4tchg 6/13.7/4 Gibson Poole 473-2627. East side of
:: GOVT SURPLUS CARS S TRUCKS: Under PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL ((904)) 698.2571 6/27 Itfcan WIND TURBINES INSTALLED Reasonable Paradise Loke Itod 6/27

t:;:; $100. Now available in your area Call COMMERCIAL: All types repairs & Installation NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINS: Free rates For estimates and Informationcall

:;:; 1.619.565.1522 24 hrs 6/20 3tpd 7/4 24 hr. service licensed call Brochure on property In N. Georgia.Call Tom after 6 p.m. at 473-3725.2tchg FOR SALE

$ 1984 TAN ISUZU PUP LONGBED: 4 cyl.. Owen Alvarez 9645219. 5/9 Btpd 6/27 or write Century 21 Griffin Realty 6/20.6/27

automatic AM-FM radio, CB hookup, MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: ADD-A.ROOM P.O. Box 688 Blairsville, Ga 30512. PAC RAT. Buy Sell and trade. Used fur. JUNE SPECIAL Carpet cleaning truck SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS: PVC

ii':, tool box, fully customized, $1,000 and 20 yrs. experience building setting up 1-800-535-0021 ((404)) 745.9412. or nature appliances, household Items mounted deep steam extraction. Five pipes and fittings. Water softeners

,:.: take over payments or $8,000 cosh. and repairing. Call 964.7724 for 7454389. 6/27 Itfcan collectable, glassware, old jewerly, rooms and hall. $89. C S B Carpet Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.,

, ::; 468.2063 6/20 2tpd 6/27 estimate. 5/30.6/20 ((6/27)4) tchg N.C. MOUNTAINS: New 2 cedar homes tools etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 Cleaning, Keystone Heights, 473-7770. 473.4006 5/24 tfnchg

y4 1984 HONDA CRX: $6,500.00 extras Call "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK": Rebuild land water, electric heat rock MUST SACRIFICE. Hammond 5000 series
::':: 964.8875 during day. 473.3924 even. transmission for $150 w/Warranty, fireplace, deck for 38500. We are YARD SALE BINGO SPARK SUNDAY) 145 on Hwy 441 organ with double keyboard, base

:r : Ins Jackie Thomas owner 6/27 Itod (most cars) also do standards and developing 1,400 acres surrounded by 1 mile North post Highway Patrol Station pedals and rhythm section $795. Call
;' lake. Pick and choose 2604 NW 74th Place May 19, June
0 I foreign Call 272.7607 6/6 6/27 7/4 rivers and your FRIDAY ft. SATURDAY All Day. Fur. 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648
: BUSINESS PRESSURE WASHING: Removes dirt, spot nowl) ERA Duncan Realty 124 Hwy niture housewares toys, clothes, 2 16 30.375.0251.5/95tchg6/27 weekends for appointment to see. tin

i g OPPORTUNITIES mildew peeling paint from homes, 64W, Murphy. NC 28906. Free misc items. Behind Friendship Bible, MOTORCYCLES WHOLESALE LESS 20% Best flashing or-
driveways mobile homes. Coll Rick Brnch..... I (8001438.81966/27ltfcan\ Church. Itpd 6/27 row sign. Dirt cheap) $259 complete.

:: 473.2452 4tcho 6/13 7/4 WANTEDWANTED SALE OF A LIFETIME July 6 only. 9-?. Free letters) Warranty. low upkeep.

OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: PERSONAL SERVICE: Typing copying Almost one of everything. Some dating 1984 HONDA XL 350R 450 MI, excellent Damage resistant fiberglass faces.

{;: Ladies apparel childens, Large size bookkeeping helping you fill out back to 1800's. Lake Geneva condition. 4737824. Itpd 6/27 Factory direct. Call ((800)) 4230163.

::; combination store accessories, Jor- forms for Insurance reimbursement : Hairstyling or Barber's Chair Estates-follow signs. 2tpd 6/27 anytime. 1IFCANATTENTION

.;:: dache Chic lee Levi, Easy Street. applications, ect. Notary Services 218S. Call Hairplones 964.4645 6/6 tin SATURDAY June 29, all day. Lamps HOUSES FOR SALE future brides) Silk wed
Walnut St, Starke, 964-7777 Opening WANTED Ride ding flowers $49.95. For more information .
y;, Izod Evan Picone Espirit Tomboy : to Gainesville. 8-5 baby clothes and furniture, dishes etc
Calvin Klein. Sergio Valente Liz Clair. lulv 1 1. 6/27 ItchQMOBILE Mon,-Fri. Coll 9648775. 6/27/7/4 Dove Street off Orchid. Itpd 6/27 NEW 2 BR Cedar homes, land water, write to: Jamaica Joke's, 2449 NE'

':1: borne Members Only, Organically HOMES 2tchg. WHITE SANDS l.VKE CR352. Furniture electric heat rock fireplace, deck for 20th Terrace, lighthouse Point Fl

:J: Grown Gasoline Healthtex. Over WORK WANTED: Light hauling small app., luggage children's toys S 38500. We are developing 1,400 33064. ItFCANMEDITERRANEAN

:| 1000 others $13,300 to $24,900 Inventory FOR SALE mechanics light welding prompt service cats Sass tpd 6/27 acres surrounded by rivers and lake. DINING ROOM SET .

:. Training Fixtures Grand Opening most reasonable prices. Call fl Pick and choose your spot fowl) ERA Solid wood pecan. Includes china

;'; Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan 3-BR 964.5956 Ask for Don. 6/27 Itpd H DUNCAN REALTY. 124 Highway 64W. cabinet, table with 'leaf 6 padded
Pre-owned Hurryl I Only One New Union chairs S table
:: (30S) 678.3639. &!27 Itpd I H Murphy. NC 28906. Free brochure. 1 runner. $500. 4733622.
Carpet Free set up and delivery, Only FOR RENT ? 6/
H ((800L431l-l.t2L.iffCAN)
N HELP $699 down as low as 119mo. -.u. TEMPORAKV :.kkKVICE Power pole. imt.
WANTED Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy., with' meter base and square D breaker
:<: Jax. Fla. 7330821. 6'27 Itpd. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK County box. $140. 473-5629. Itches 6/27

fl GOVERNMENT JOBS: $15,000 3-BR/2-BATH DOUBLEWIDE: One week Mobile Homes and spaces for rent.

:t 50.000'yr. possible All occupations.. only. Free Central A/C. set-up and Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone \WANTED Responsible person to assume MOBILE HOMES

:.: Call 1.805.687.6000 EXT. R.5504 to find delivery Masonite Siding; shingle 964.7498.9/16 tin CARS & TRUCKS small monthly payments on
t: out how. 5,30.7,25(8( 1)) RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET: Will
roof. Instant financing. Payments as spinet/console pipno. Can be seen MOBIL HOME Lake Geneva 84' on
It PART TIME: Excellent income for part low as $226./mo. Clayton Homes design and remodel to suit. your needs. 1982 GMC S-15 truck with blown engine.For locally. Write (include phone number) water 340' deeps $2,000 down $315 a

't* time assembly work. For info call 3965 Phillips Hwy.. lax Fla. 7330821. Call 964-6305. ask for John. 3/07 tin sale as Is, Call Farmers andVoutmnevHi Credit Manager. P.O. Box 520. month 12%. Total price 31900.
;v 504.641.8003 EXT. 9579 5/30 6'20 NEW MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT: 'One mile ..BeckemeverrU 63319. 6/20 3cng 7/4 -4058 after 6
REPO N w, never been -cUn..,,I 6"t '" &arjj *' < 4964t0Wlif be sold to i p.m. strxf
K; ((6/27)4tpd) 2-BR home. Save $1,500. You'll n.v.r'' frorH; STOrl city' IlirilPs')! : < No hiahest, offer bv June 28. 6/20 Ztcrio 1 1980 F-100 Ford pickup. Power steeringand

J.: CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great income poten- find another deal like, this. Hurry It children or pets. Hwy: 16, W.' Call. 1984 Dodge Daytona Sporty styling with brakes, 3 speed A/C AM-FM

,: tial. All occupations. For information will go fast. Call 7330821. 6/27 Itpd. 468.1323 10/7 tfn great MPGI Automatic, A/C. AM/FM .stereo, 'S35QO. See'ot.Lot 5. Powe.lt'. OUT OF AREA
:: call: 312. 742.8620 ext 362 6'6 4tpd FREE MOBILE HOME: This, used home CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent: On cassette louvre and much 'more; Trailer Park after 3 P.M. Itpd6/:27'
*' SOLAR WATER HEATING: bnergefnI Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call 1 1980 14'.55'' Guerdon mobile home 2 lOOKING FOR A
needs major repairs. You haul it, you $8750. Call 496.3284 alter 6 P.M 6/20 SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO.
:I; motivated person needed for Solar 964 7530 or 468.1323 10/07 tfn condition bedroom 1 bath fan PERTY? If I don'
:' can have It. First come first served. 1983 Toyota Tercel Excellent ceiling appliances hove it, I'll find ItJust
: ; Energy Audit in home. Sales ...per, Is Clayton Homes 3965 Phillips Hwy, STUDIO APARTMENT: Weekly monthly AM/FM stereo A/C automatic $8000. See at Lot 5, Powell's ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR.

*: helpful but not manditory., We will pro. Jax., Fla. 7330821. 6/27 Itpd. rates. Palms Apartments 2314 N. Temple transmission $5000. Call 431-1536 Trailer Park after 5 P.M. ltpd6/27 496.2126 or 4962903. eves "YOUR

;Sj vide the technical training you need to INSTANT CASH: Instant cash for your used Ave 7/28 tfn evenings or 496.3040, ext. 4 during UNION COUNT'REALTOR.." tfn 8/04
:ft earn top dollar. This Is an energy con NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2
Mobile Home. We need 'um bad day ltod6/27 -
servatlon program dealing with BA apt. For more information call Lake
; casll now. Free plck- Clayton
a; Federal Tx Credit. Several local subs Homes 2965 Phillips Hwy.up Jax., Fla. Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity HOMES FOR SALE
>J funding. For more Information please Housing 6/7 tfnchgf3
7330821. 6/27 Itpd
ft call 468.1898 6/13 tfn SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy. 301 N.Stark. HEIGHTS: Mobil. Home. Two BR, 1 BA. (or bale. by owner Home in Lake Butler ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

r OLDER MAN: At least 50 to help out at $150 per mo. Furnished or unfurnished. 3 bedroom 2 bath on approxiamately 2
.. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof
: ; motel for room and small salary according Lake Chevy-Olds for the bargains.We Purchase option. $69-$89 per month acres, corner lot. Family room with RealtorFormerlyFAULKNERREALTY
: : lot. 473.7560.7/01.7/12 fireplace dishwasher wall to wall
,, to work. 964.7184 6/27 Itpd and used homes. plus
:" HELP WANTED: Federal State Civil jobs buy 964.4778.26 move tfn HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR. 2BA carpet CH/A. 496.2253 after 5 P.M. 9 ,
::: now available. Call 1.619.569.8304 for or mobile dishwasher Garbage disposal double and weekends. 1tod6/27 221 W. Lafayette Street
::: info. 24 hrs. 6/136/27 carport and fenced bock yard In town. Mon.-Frl. 8:30 am.600 p.m.
home 2 br, 3/. ton central Heat/air, MOBILE HOMES
;:$ HELP WANTED: Complete housework looks lik. brand new. $6.000964-7312. $425/month 964.4236616 tfnchg Saturday 9 a.m. to S p.m.
:.: day week. Must FOR RENT: Nice room private bath.
plus ironing one per
Call FOR SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes in 1982 14'x56' 2 bedroom 1 bath, wood 964.5065KRENTALS
: have 964 6035 6/13 tin
cond. $2700.4500 each' roof 3 ton A/C unit
good to exc. siding shingle
after 5
: :
p.m. Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, split AVAILABLE t'
:i': HELP WANTED: 301 Quick Stop taking US 441 between Sylvia & Cherokee,
.; applications for employment. Apply 2 496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: floor plan. No down payment assume
MOBILE HOMES Make offer on and from Call
; 15 USED loan remove property.
1/2 miles South of 301. 6/20 2tchg 6/27 on. or all. Olin's Mobil. Home Sol... fishing hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway 496.3206.6/20 2tpd 6/27 100 FT. OF PICTURESQUE WATERFRONT on Silver Lake Vacation or year-
; OFFICE CLERK: Familiar with auto Mining New 2br Cabins-Furn Sunset
school and round home. Only 65000. Lots of
904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg For Sale by owner Near high extras
Send resume to Farm Rd. Cabins Rt 1 Box 216-C Whittier
1 dealership; exp. only. LIFT BAY WINDOW: Spacious 3 BR, 2 middle school. Call 496-2834. 6/27 4tpd *3/2 WITH THERMO ROOF. MH on 1 acre fenced yard. Furnished. Hampton
: P.O. Drawer A. Starke Fl. 6/27 Itchg NC. 28789 1-704-497-2200 6/6 4tpd ,
BA, Lots of Cabinets Lg. Closets, area
: EARN $4.87 HR.: We need assistance in FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX:
payments as low as $224/mo. We do SECLUDED Five acre homesite In established area. lake Butler' Priced to
evaluating and responding to daily Utilities included. Private yad and en
financing. Clayton Homes sell
: work submitted by our agents our own trance. No children or pets. PH.
: throughout the state. No experience 3965 Phillips Hwy. Ja..? Fla. 964,5970 6/13 chgtfn TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR COUNTRY CLUB Everything you could wont in a lovely home. Many extras.

necessary. Paid to complete training. 1.733.0821 6/136/272 tchg FOR RENT: 2 BR, 1 BA trailer with roof RENT: Union Count/Times, 150 3 BR/2V4 BA. Loft with spiral staircase, etc.
: Work at hornet For information send WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING: 15995. over unfurnished needs good renterIn Main Street lake Butler. Phone WESTMORELAND ST. 3 BR. 1 BA C/B hardwood floors CHSA. Needs TLC
BR 2 Ba Masonite
Dbl Wide 3 ,
New -
9 496.2261 for Information tfn 3190000.
envelope neighborhood.
. self-addressed stamped quiet country
. 1/2 Inches long to AWGA Dept. E, Box siding, Shingle roof, Clayton Ja.. Homes Flo. 46811756/27 Itchg MOBILE HOME LOTS! 7 to choose from in NICE LARGE building lot opprox. 1 V4 acre 230 E. Past hospital

: 49204. Atlanta Ga. 30359 6/27 Itpd 3965 Phillips Hwy.6/27, ? PRESSURE WASHER FOR RENT: good for our new addition. Powells Mobil REMODELED 2 BR, 1 BA from on pretty shaded lot. Only 25000.

HELP WANTED: Experienced bookkeeper 'MOBILE 1.733.0821 HOME 6/13 AND 2tchg 1 ACRE 13500.00 alum :aiding wood, block, or brick do Home Village. 496.3377 6/64tchg6/27 HAMPTON AREA Just off Hwy 325. MH with build on. wood heater swim-

; sales secretary taking care of small down payment owner will hold it yourself and save. $35 for 24 hours ming: pool porch fenced workshop. This I Is Ideal for retired couple or young

:: credit applications and sale person. 964-4236 6/20 tfnchoLOSTFOUND 964.8807 6/20 tinFOil PERSONAL SERVICES couple's first horn.

:: Paid by hourly rate and commission. mortgage. RENT: 2 BR unfurnished apart. CHURCH STREET 2 story olds home with 2200 sq ft. C/B. Versatile

: Write to Drawer 280 Starke. Fl. 32091 Utilities furnished. Sleeping rooms. DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK building.{ ? _

:.: Will hire within next week. 6/27 tfnchg 964.6643 7/3Itpd J Package deal; 2" or 4" well water INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTIES Washington St.. 4 rentals. Center St. 4
FOR RENT 2 BR trailer 12 X 60 2
SECRETARY: Apply Black and Tan Hound Dog in BA 1/2
EXPERIENCED LOST new Installation of septic rental units. Call today to see th... valuable offers.
: afto/ July' 1. ot 218 S' Walnut 964.7777 Lawtey Area Notify E. C. Moody. Reasonable middle aged couple children or older only. tanks pumps, drain fields and lift station. ( DEERWOOD One of the nicer homes In Stork. Good assumable mortgage.

. 6/27 1 Hchg Reward offered. 6/27 It rate; no or pets. Mobile home poles available. All work CUTE. LITTLE 2 BR, 1 BA C/B on city lot. Only $24.200.
..- LIVE-IN HELP WANTED: Child care Bhousekeeping. LOST Gold Color Pomeranian Dog, red Itpd guaranteed Call Tommy Dorman EUCLID STREET Reduced Imagine 3 BR 1 BA. CH/A. Has chain link fence
2 ,
Apply 'In person" collar and red heart shaped tag. LostIn very large rooms
275-2151. tfn9/1 and remodeled 1984. Priced to sell. 26500.
suitable for
f.:;. weekends only, Apt. N4 1650 W. the Brooker/Grohom area.Call and Air unfurnished couple or Has family.stove C/H and NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and LOVELY LARGE brick home on one acre has F.P. and greenhouse. Call todayto
the name of PRIS.
tpd to
Madison. 6/27 Answers and
pruning. Also firewood oak pine this
see .
refrlg. 964.7826 6/27 property
: HELP WANTED: New temporary and permanent 964.8181 until 5:00: p.m. Alter 5 p.m. Itchg
Nettles 4963823.
service In town. Apply 218 call 4851516. 6/27 ItpdLOST FOR RENT Small 2 BR mobile home furnished for sale Call Thomas RAIFORD Can you imagine getting a 3 BR home on larg'.lot and workshop
MI.Doc Vacuum and Sewing We buy
\ South Walnut Street, after July 1. .Ph 2 Magnetic Signs US MAIL. If on large private lot. Calf" vacuum cleaners for $16,900
working or not. >
964-7777 for Aoat.COMMERCIAL. found return to Post Office or call 964-7625 6/27 Itpd 496-3454. ltpd6/27 EVERGREEN Hwy 301 S. MH with built on. Furnished on V4 acre Only

964.5822 after 6. 6/27 Itpd. FOR RENT Small furnished. apartmentfor Reduce safe and fast with GoBese ,16000.
! PROPERTY LOST: Red mare horse, mane clipped rent 1 br, no pets Call 396.5584 Tablets and E.Vap "water pills" Andrews REDUCED 4 BR, 1 BA on large lot with' fenced yard. C. Heat.

RENTLEASEFOR bock hoof old & split. If found call JailHouse APARTMENT: 3 room and bath furnished Drug., 225 W. Main St. 6/272tod LAKE BUTLER Where else can you buy 4,000 sq. ft. with all the extras for
In Storke. 6/27 tfn $150 plus $75 dep. No utilities. No >$78.COO
[ SALE OR LEASE: IN STXRKE Two p.... 964-8071 6/27 Itchg MC/VISA Receive a MasterCard or ,* RAIFORD 3 BR, :2 BA veneer with satellite dish. 12x60 MH. Great profits

.\ : story building 7500 sq ft on corner of MISCELLANEOUSFREE FOR RENT Trailer, 1-BR near Graham Visa credit card regardless of your past from family business Has BPP. Call for details
furnished air.
1 Coll & Thompson Sis., needs '."tod.\ home. completely Including credit history, or present marital '* GRAHAM 3 BR, 2 BA CHSA. Dbl. garage Fireplace on "'n acres 20 min. to
Kittens cots to good $60/wk. 485-1371 6/27
: ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. : Itchg lotos.NO( SAVINGS ACCOUNT. .Gainesville. But still In Bradford County $70's.
Pound-Bound If homes aren't found. FOR RENT 3 BR, 1 BA..CB home In city
,\ 5/30 tinBUSINESS QUIREDIII! ) GUARANTEED! For application PROVIDENCE Norwegian brick. 3 BR, 2 BA. CH&A. Fireplace In the rolling
small ladies 964.8179.5903. or 4363. 6/27 Itpd ... $250.00 month $100.00 deposit. Ph "
SALE Nice,
FOR hills
call CREDIT 1.800.637.6680 area. BPP. $50's.MAKE .
Price FREE PUPPIES: To good home. Chow-plt- 96 .7972 or 964.5508
boutique. For Info. Call 9648169. coal black. 782-3344 6/27 tin RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month (toll free) 6/27 4tchg 7/18 AN OFFER;,. 70 acres with 43 acres In timber CR 125.

r negotiable.: 6/20 Itpd *. and up. Call Susan F, ReTddlsh Broker- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Ha. an Avon o ; ,* 40 ACRES 2 BR. 1 BA, Proven production.

I ...... Owner at 964-5063 or'7644043 6/27 .:.Representative,. knocked at your door 1.7 ACRES. 2 WELLS. Fenced Good for horses, cows, blueberry or
.recently? If not, your home area mightbe 'strawberry .
EXTRA CASH? UNFURNISHED i 2-SR DUPLEX: 132 N. Myrtle crops v, .
IN available for business of
your LET US SHOW YOU this beautiful In Hampton Oaks
for rate St. $225.00per month. $150.00deposit own. Find out how you can earn up to READY FOR YOUR MH 2 acres Well and septic.
applications .
FLORIDA TIMES UNION Is accepting ., Ph. 964-8944 days 6/20 50 per cent serving Avon Customers, '
7 ACRES Great
AND owner financing.
: b. 16 UNFURNISHED: 2-BR dupl.* 124 N. Myrtle Please call and leave at
Mutt a
: :people to sell!! fubterlptlont to n.w cu.tom.r.. yearsfag. St. $225.00 per month. $150.00 475-2467. 6/20 2tpd 6/27 message >* EVERYTHING YOU NEED 1940 sq. ft. on 3.31 acres near Connerly Estates.
Fish pond, fruit trees, workshop ond lots of landscaping make this home unique.
Excellent commission paid.Tran.portatlon pro.vlded. deposit. Ph. 964-8944 days. 6/20 AEROBIC DANCE: Lake Butler evening
or older. with '
RINT 2 BR. 1-BA.
class. Union Co. High Thurs. 7.30:
1 1i carpet. 964.7351.6/20 tfnchg :' Room 1368. For Information call >2.37 ACRES ; High and'dry between Starke and Raiford.. Owner financing

Call 964.5165 for details FURNISHED ONI BEDROOM DUPLEX: 964-5078 or 496-2043 6/27 7/4 2lod available.. .
i Utilities Included. Private yard and en *COUNTRY CHARM) 3 BR. 2 8A. Fireplace, eplit-floor plan on a paved rood. .

trance. No Children or Pet*. Ph. INSURANCE 36500.

964.59706113 ftnchg *COMMERCIAL PROPERTYOn 301. 165' frontage.

HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR 1 BA living room. MAINI*' INSURANCI AGENCY: 160 S. LAKEVIEW.-' 3 BR I BA C/8 home on large shady lot.

i; EXTRA MONEY dining.-.. plus room$250.00. family deposit.room, 964.7910$250.00K Complete lake 'Avenue Insurance, lake Service.Butler tfn 4963978. Susan Faulkner Reddish. REALTOR

EARN Sales Manager Evenings 964-4048

t KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREAApplications INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? L. Faulkner REALTOR 964-3143 ASSOCIATESIrene Ells*Johns 533.2816

Ire now billS taken for Ttaiw-Unloa Morning I Telephone l Solicitor Nd.d Suzanne Kitchen*964-7630 Bob Matthews 964.7281

*' to a cash bond lou Young 964-7523
must "
'Iptr Rout.. Applicants I Sell subscriptions for the Florida Times Union from the comfort of your own '

hive rtllaM. tTMSportotkw and a ,".phon.. horn. Set your own hours. M your ewes ko" N* I"0'.' Not a salary P..>- .Carol Warner 964-4992 Property Manager

Hon but excellent commission ttrvcn"" Lee Hardenbrook Appraisals
Nbn.., : en
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CALL 964-5165 to Phone 9".5165 for Details .



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I ..-r Winncrs'ttrcck'tt', : Game Schedule... I'I ,

..; ,.. '. '.',''v', ,'.*,2 k1' 1.>,y.*' f''I'* :''. Friday, June) 28: I 1 :
: '
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; ; Field 1 Field 2
,lnvitationalSoftbaUTourney Set\f\ ,'. .1.I .,t: ,'.J' ''iI.Vtjt.J"i 1 ;> \": ; MOl" ,' ,: \ '.. .'..If.tl.r.: : ,7:30pm. ', I.: Game ;Game
+:i : .9:00 : Gam. 3
: .. ; p.m. Game 4
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4" :
The Youth' Softball 'Association of Macclenny; Williams Temple tourney, with Parents and Sponsors f ;:" (', ". : ,,". "'.,; .1" .. .,' 4'!, Saturday, June 291 :
Martinez II of of the Youth Softball r ."" I. (3(; -<' '''',11. 'rra:\
of Gainesville .
will sponsor its Seventh Annual In- Saints ; Association h, ,: ,," ; .. ', Field Field
vitational Men's Slow Pitch Softball Moultrie, Ga.; Ovieda Lutheran of serving,fried chicken dinners with "ioI\I.\'; ,. WTS f! \ ; ,.' Game Game :
Tournament, sanctioned by the Ovieda, .'Ia.; Starke Stars Senior cole slaw, boiled corn-on-lhe-cob, I i! '' ''J"-: ,ii' ''I'; I. 9:30 a.m. 7. :
Florida Amateur Softball Association Boys of Starke; and Eline Baptist of and boiled peanuts on Saturday FMS .', ,':. i liI30a.m. 9 10
1 f ,1 r' 1 "
tomorrow and Saturday June Melrose. Parents and Sponsors of the ,. :.4i'- 1:00 p.m. 11 12
2U and 29, at the Edwards Road Com- The double elimination tournament association are John Dempsey Ted "'/ ", \ ." 1J !--. .... ;'h v.." o' 3:00 p.m. 13 14
plex in Starke. will get underway at 7:30: Clark, Glen Polk, Robert Whitehead : .:30 p.m. .. 15
Teams entered are: First United tomorrow night with game 1 on field Vivian Chappell, Harry Green, andDale \ W', ,. ,(1. ":""'-, -tr- --'-, ...,. ", ,/ 5:00 p.m 14 ..
Methodist Church of Starke; 2, and game 2 on field 1. At 9:00, Buchanan. Buchanan will also "I ;; h \ '' '\1'i' i 7:00 p.m. .. 17
Westside Baptist of Gainesville; game 3 will be played on field 1, and be in charge of the grounds crew. .WSB"i. 1- \':,,." t"k,!'". ". ", 9:00 p.m. .. 18 ;
First United Methodist of game 4 will be played on field 2. All proceeds will be used in con ((5 ', ,. 11:00 p.m. .. 19 :
Gainesville; New Oak Grove Baptist Concession stands and restroom junction with Youth Softball( (Junior I.. .. .,oJ ,
nf Ala,*hit..' Tnwlnf, Pmtrnb Prnnholq lilips/ will bo mvm throughout the Olympic) activities. '. .. TCP <,',:*1 ;. ;i.,' '' 'r TEAMS ENTERED:
-' ', I ,../; l "I, 'r. .. .\
I ,< FMS: First Un. Methodist
U ,;.. OL '. (is WSB: Westside Baptist-Gainesville Church-Starke

BHS[ Needs New Football Coaches ---r-: :' ." .. FMG: First Un. Methodist-Gainesville
STARS : 'v. : NOG-: New Oak Grove Bapt.-Alachua
Three coaches are needed for'the and defensive backs coaches for var- coach for football, has'resigned to be -(6 yam" i,,'".,\\1! ',. TCP: Taylor Church Prophets-Macclenny
Bradford High staff and Head Coach sity football, and a junior varsity dean of students at Bradford Middle "s.,\ v n"i" WTS-: William's/ Temple$ainlsGainesvilleI

I David Hurst has no idea right now football coaching job. School. A Bradford school system J( -"" ''"'".i., .'d'.,.;II, Xft, ,yr ,.': < /' Mil: MarllnezII-Moultrl..Ga.
where they'll come from. Coach Mike Hartley, head administrator cannot coach.' ,,.,til;tmrftJ .'., ., OL: Oviedo Lutheran-Oviedo, FL
The openings are_offensive line baseball coach and defensive back Coach Elijah Bell, offensive line --EB : ", ., ".".} ''I t'Il STARSS.nlorBoV.-Stark.:
coach for footba II, resigned to returnto ." a"1" : ;: "t EB: ElineBaptlst-Melrose
his home town of Jay. ;, : ((12 ," .1.1-. .

Plumbing SuppliesFrom Jay Godwin a BHS graduate and .. __' FMG '.t..,' ,F fHI.. >rV:;; "tI); O'\ :
." 'f\' .. () .I. .
the son of Hand Godwin of Starke I a .I l'
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and Mrs. Ann Godwin of ';"J,
: ... .\ .I ., "' ,' ., (18
Gainesville has been hired to behead ] ', ': '
,,", I .r- '," ; .., Winner :
Durrance basketball coach. Godwin will I ," ,' ... I.
replace Coach Mike Sexton in 4 : :
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&' basketball. Sexton resigned the I. '!\ ; I ,. ,. '':. .' I' '. .
Pump basketball job but will continue to be I, ,
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; \ '
defensive ...
football coach. : .
''Supply Co. Coach Godwin is o' ( ." ". ',til I. _
currently having .. .., 'r e'' '
basketball practice each Mondayand Losers; BrocketLoser '.: : ,. .. : I I'
u'.s. 301 N.-.... N. Tmpl r 964-70611 Tuesday from 5:30-7:30: p.m. .' : ;' \ ",.. .
Start. Florida Coach John Sanders will continueto .'i' . handle junior varsity basketballand \ '01. I ?
to assist in track. I'; >.
Coach George Loper will continueto "' ... ) \ ; .. .\, 'V'"t) i
Wo Drill Wells : !
''J '
> : ,
be head track coach. \ '.. : )" I "
2" to 6" Stat.lic.ns.dPROPERTY Two coaches will have to be found ., 'Loser 15 .', (191I -. Winner; ,
for baseball. 2 .1 "', \'
Head j junior varsity football coachis : h"I I '
Lamer: i Clyatt who moved; ; from the ,
FOR SALE Union County sytem before school t:3: I I .

was out. Coach David Tew returnsas --..--- (17 \. ..
BY a JV coach. :
Los!.'I' ,I i 't'


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)I-o.ser 5 I
Is hereby given that the United States of America acting throughthe .
Farmers Home Administration. United States Department of !. .' ---J

Agriculture will sen as Is, the following) described properties. Complete ," -., ...-" :,.__, Loser ,; >",. Loser of 18 "

legal descriptions arrangements for Inspection of the properties and additional !- Shop & Compare!! '. 'ff. Loser. 6 lIt if 1st Loss '

Information may be obtained by contacting the County Supervisor Sptuil Insurance for ,' .-: 10 :,

Indicated., I Mobile Ilium Parks .;!Ii : h- .
: :
I "All IHM'S| of homeowners iffI1....... ..:._

135 acres of crop and woodland with homesite located 6Vi miles North of I policies for' .. ,.
mobile hoins _
High Springs Florida. Property Is divided Into 55 and 80 acre tracts by CR I L"I.J..."" I : '
Call for .
18 with 'A mile highway frontage Columbia County (acquired 2/21/85)). Quote >H .
Olin's Mobile ;

32056-3299, PHONE 904/752-8465. Elaine M. Olin. Agent rI : i TiI '

The sale will be by sealed bid. Bids will be received until the public opening :, 964-5606 Under New=Management I

............ .r'rrrn.. ... '
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which will be at 1:30 18 1985tf of --- '
pjn. July ; nw offIce he State .- "0 :: ." '.

Director Farmers Home Administration, Room 319 Federal Building 401 AUCTIONFriday I I :

SE 1st Ave., Gainesville FL 32602.

June 21, 7:30 p.m. PINE
Bids must be entered on official bid forms which may be obtained from any Starke Auction Center I ,

of the above addresses. Bids must be accompanied by a 5% bid deposit. 153 W. Brownlee. Rt. 16 Starke VACUUM


Sale will be cash or not less than 10% downpayment with not more than 1

25 amortized or 300 equal amortized & USED
yearly payments monthly paymentswith
Living room furniture; dining room furniture; bedroom furnitureas I
the finance charge at ten and three-quarters percent annual percen- well as lamps, mirrors, mattresses. Also includes canvas laundry I 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. X\e Finance Our Oun

tage rate(10.75( %) on the unpaid balance. baskets, lawn mowers (need work), "Gone With the Wind" lamp KIKBVSKOYALS "
(damaged), ceramic chess set, various lots and other items will be arriving From *160 & Up I
too late to classify KUKKKAS
These properties will be sold without regard to race color creed sex, 1 HOUVEKSKLECTKOLl'X<
age,religion marital status or national origin. --- I '
STARKE AUCTION CENTERCol. 112 & 3 Bedrooms Available How 'I KILTER QUEENS;

Bud Auctioneer
The United States of America reserves the right to reject any or all bids. NOTE: This Auction is a completely Opdyke new operation with a new owner SEARS J
and is in associated with other I COMMEItflAi, ,
6/27/ Jtcho 7/11 no way any company.
I I We repair all makesAl 1 1I


I Legal Notices: I Classified Ads I I I 1..1'- 1530 Phone W.964-6312 Madison Since Young's 1957


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Dated at Stark, Bradford No. F25ACD43613.As for cash at 2600 Lloyd of he estate 'Is Get Results I L OPPORTUNITY Offlc Hours: 9 -.5 I 3 964.6918 Miles
north of
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT County Florida this the property of the Rd., Jacksonville, FL, $4.770.92, and that the
of June, A.D. t- - -
OF FLORIDA IN 17th day above named defendantand one lot of Computing names and addresses of ..
AND FOR BRADFORD 1985. Betty N. Warren that on Monday the Paper, consigned to those to whom It has -
COUNTY 6/20-7/11 4tchg 22nd day of July 1935 at Southern !rTf"" Miami been assigned by such
CIVIL ACTION CASE No. NOTICE 2:00 p.m. on said day on Fla ((02.596937 dtd order or.:
85- 271 the premises of the Brad. '3/1/85)); one lot of PVC Vicle M. Norman Route
LLOYD I. STEVENS Husband THE CITY OF STARKE ford County Jail I will offer Pipe, consigned to L.P. I. Box 984 lawtey Fl.:
and RITA G. will open bids for a Brush for sale and sell to Wholesale Distr., Port Janie Knlghton 3033
STEVENS Wife Chipper at 7:30 p.m. on the highest bidder for Richey Fla. ((10.278701dtd Simpson Drive,
NOTICE OF SUIT-NO July 2, 1985. Specifications cash: in hand the above' 4/30/85)); one lot of Charlotte, N.C.: Louise CLOSED
PROPERTY may be obtained at d..crib.d'pr p.rty of 20 ft. rubrail consignedto McCraney, Route 1. Box y i
TO. LLOYD L., STEVENS Utility Office at City Hall said defendant to satisfythe Cape Coral Marine 166B Caryville, Fl.; I
aforesaid Execution. Cape Coral Fl Katherine Norman,
Address Unknown daily between 8.00 a.m. 4th
YOU ARE HEREBY and 5:00: p.m. DOLPH E. REDDISH ((14.545245 dtd 2/27/85)) Route t t. Box, 984.Lawt.y. Judy
NOTIFIED that an action Itchg 6/27 .Sheriff Bradford Co. 'and one lot of KD furniture Fla .
"for Dissolution of Marriage ....... 6274tchg718TO consigned to All persons are required 1
Nicklos Riccli, 6f file with the
has been filed NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pompano to
against you and you or. REGISTER FICTITIOUS WHOMIT Beach Fl. clerk of sold court ,
required to serve a copy NAME MAY CONCERN: ((02-610397 dtd 42385)to ) WITHIN 3 CALENDAR t
of your written defenses, Pursuant to Section PUBLIC SALE satisfy freight and MONTHS FROM TIME OF L M tf
If any to it, on the plain' 865,09, Florida Statutes, OF PATROL VEHICLESThe storage charges, under THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF f
,,tiff's attorney, whose notice Is hereby given the provisions of Section THIS NOTICE; all \
name and address Is that the undersigned Bradford County '4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill claims against the estatein ,
J DUDLEY P. HARDY, P.A. WILLIAM DAVID Sheriffs Office will sell of Lading. the form and manner .
.VP.O. Drawer 1030 CRAVEN sole owner the following described Gator Frelghtways Inc.Carrier. prescribed by Section '"
Starke, Florida 32091 doing business under the vehicle to the highest 733.703 of the Florida
bidder 12 6/27 7/04 Statutes and Rule 5,49C
'ond file the original with firm name of STARKE CYCLE on Friday July 2tchg .
the clerk of the above 1640 S. Walnut St. 1985. at 3.00 p.m. Placeof of the Florida Rules of.
sale Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Probate and Guardianship
court before :
styled on or
Starke, Fl.32091. Intendsto .
July 18th 1985 .otherwise register said fictitious Jail. Vehicle may be Inspected .. FOR BRADFORD Procedure.
judgement prior to COUNTY
a maybe nom. under the "
you aforesaid statute.
for the relief demandedIn Dated this 19 day of vyt
4-door ..dan.- VIN No.: Number 85-57-CP RED.
the complaint peti .
or Bradford
Jun., A.D. 1985 In
,tion. WITNESS my hand County. 6/20 4tpd 2FABP43F9DB136617.: Division(1-3644)( ) Publication of this
and the seal of said 7/11 DOLPH b.: REDDISH Notice has begun on
Court on June 18th 1985. Sheriff Bradford Co. IN RE: ESTATE OF June 27. 1985.TERENCE.
of said Attorney r
Court By: SALE
Clerk 6/20 4tchg 7/11 Notice Is hereby given CREDITORS P.O. Drawer 40 e
-. that I I. Dolph E. Reddish I, Alton E. Brewer'of' (Summary Storke, Fl 3209'Tel.pho"
Fort Worth/ Texas, Administration) .
NOTICE OF INTENTION as sheriff of Bradford Op
TO REGISTER County Florida under formerly of Starke, ((904)964.82726212tchg)
FICTITIOUS NAME' and by virtue of Writ of Florida do hereby give TO ALL PERSONS HAV 7/04 J u '
J PURSUANT to Section Execution to-wit: notice that I have filed ''ING CLAIMS OR ...-.
I 865.09, Florida Statutes, Execution Issued out for divorce against Lisa DEMANDS AGAINST THE CELEBRATEAKiERlCA
: notice Is hereby given of County Court of Brad- Down Brewer and will no ABOVE ESTATE: :
I that BETTY N. WARREN ford County, Florida ,longer be responsible for
; desiring to engage In pursuant to a Final any of her debts. You are hereby Idmproudl
business under the fictitious Judgement for Louise /Alton E. Brewer notified that an Order of
name of WW PROFESSIONAL Knight of Starke,Florida I ltchg6/37 Summary Administrationhas
OFFICE < and against James Ad- been entered in the
i. PERSONNEL SERVICES at dlson, defendant. In the, NOTICE estate of JOE H. MARR,
i r2IB Walnut tr.et amount of $600,00 deceased File Number .
9 Stark., Florida 32091 Intends together with costs'of NOTICE I II hereby 85-57-CP by the Circuit .
to register the said collection. given that on Monday. Court for Bradford County Florida(National BankMEMBER
fictitious name with the Have seized and have July 8. 1989 at 10:00 Florida Probate DM- \
Clerk of the Circuit Courtof In'my possession the o'clock A.ty the under Ion, the address of TM
Bradford County, following described per. signed GATOR which Is North Temple It'
Florida. sonal property to-wit: FREIGHTWAYS, INC.. Avenue, Starke, Florida JULYA
1968 FORD PICK.UP. VIN will sell at public auction that the total cash value


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"' 11 It's show time! And what members of the organization, Rusty
.. ,, a show it Winkler, has been
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.. K 7IrT : ing skits dare-devil acts; and comedy The Bank's daughter, Joanna, is a
to bring laughter to the crowd. nother who has gone professional. I
All this rolled up into one delightfuland Home and skiing with the Gatorland :
4 colorful water ski show here in Club this
a summer Joanna has been
Mt Keystone Heights on July 4. skiing professionally for the
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crowds gathered at the Keystone "So something can come of this,"
'" Beach during the Our Country Day said Sandra.

: ; _, : festivities. Show-time is set at 2 p.m. Although the skiers give the im-
Over the past few years the pression that water skiing is a simple -
Gatorland Ski Club, formerly called task performing their daring
r the Lilly Lake Ski Club, has made acts with confidence and gliding
quite a name for itself all over the dance routines with grace, a lot of
\ nation. It is now an award winner in hard work and effort goes into making

,. ... the Southern Regionals competitionheld their show successful and profes-
." at the ski capital of the world, sional. Even for the people behind-
Cypress Gardens and in state com- the-scenes.
petition with its show routine and is There are the powerful Ski Nauti-
in demand for show performances que boats privately owned by the
bGraceful all over the United States almost Banks and Mel Winklers, that haveto
year-round. be kept in tip top condition. ThereSwiveling.

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trio with. swivel. escorts, are Darin VanLandingham Andrea Rescheter

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t xrj fdUs4 "just to give the kids something to rope handlers who must be alert and
do" with only about four membershas keep a watchful eye out at all times
: i turned into a full fledged, non- .ready to release that skier in trou.
ti profit organization with some 45 ble.Others
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mainly started the ski club to them parents of the skiers involvedin
give the local kids around the lake the organization, must keep
something to do on weekends, stated costumes in needy repair; water
Sandra Banks. And from these few skis and equipment accounted fort!
skiers just out for a weekend of fun, and plenty of food on the table dur-
this group of young people has ing ski practices in order. to
H mushroomed into a top notched, professional replenish that energy used during
M+ i precision skiing team ot this strenuous sport.
performers. Skiers in the organization "We are very organized and well|
not only come from this immediate supervised," said Sandra. "And we
area, but from surroundingareas. look the kids over good before they
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t Barefootn'... students students at the Universityof "We are. very safety conscious and
Florida or are residents of have rules that everyone abides by,"
Ballet routine... Spray surrounds Bill Banks one of the founders of the Gatorland Ski Jacksonville with summer homes in she added.

Performing one of the mixed double routines is Sue Owen and Dean Club as he performs the strenuous barefoot trick during a practice the lake region.Professional .

Muggeo. routine. careers have also See... Showtime page 4
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Taking off ... skiiers supporters and behind the scene helpers. drivers and show participants). I'

II takes a powerful boat to pull up II skiiers for Duguid Dean Muggeo Bethany' Wilcox Andrea They are l-r) front row- Jell Gilland Mike Morris, Rick Second row- Marvin Rescheter' (announcer). Mary t.
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Hunter (a Gainesville architect) in yellow and orange Pitts' S-1S another in the field seemed. to come
,I his Pitts Special. Ken Yetter in his through some of the maneuvers that with rapid succession.
Stevens Acro, and featuring Mark won him many awards in the various "The displays, even the ones not
Marsh in the worlds fastest Pitts contests around the country. He flying, seem to really be quite
t Special. The event promises to be an resides in Switzerland FL with wife, popular with both the older folks who
/ \ exciting attraction for the entire Joann and daughter Jennifer and is can remember them when they were
family with sun, fun, food and soft a frequent summer visitor in the top-of-the-line,"and also with
a ,) ,, drinks. The airport is located on Keystone Heights Starke area. younger people, said Aero Club
4 Route 100, 5 miles west of Keystone The Pitts Special is a uniquely Member Joe Pallone, who has the
ltl busy job of supervising preparationsfor
I Heights. maneuverable aircraft speciallydesigned ;
II Though a relative newcomer on for stunts that would stress the event. 'One first things
off"tp the air show scene, Mark Marsh is other craft past the limits of their people ask about the show is if we
wv well known In this area for his exper- "performance envelope" and well are going to have the old planes on
, tise in Aerobatic Contest flying. suited for Marsh's "high stress" display,especially the old ones.People -
show including a variety of rolls, are fascinated by the World War
Mark is past president of the Inter spins and stalls designed to bring to II planes in particular.
v a F national Aerobatic Club, SAC the crowd to their feet every time. Some of The more daring spec-
. I r Chapter 6J in St.Augustine Florida The prop driven plane can reach tators wil have the chance to makean
and placed third at the SAC Cham- speeds of up to 198 miles per hour in ascent in a balloon as well with
] pionship In 1983 at Fon Du Lac, level flight and Is also equipped witha rides on a tethered hot air ballon
Wisconsin. smoke release system, enabling avaialble most of the day.This event
He started flying Aerobatics with Marsh to "paint" colorful trails of ..'ill, he new to this show this year.
the well known airshowman and smoke in the sky. "The balloon exhibitions have
aerobatic instructor, Jim Holland, The static displays of military air been popular at other shows so we
and is now a likely candidate for a craft, both jets and W.W.II prop decided to bring one to Keystone as
future World contest. His stunts will driven planes, should be of special well," Pallone said. "If this show is
be sure to bring out the oohs and interest to plane nuts, and there are as successful as the last one was, we
ahhs in the crowd this year in quite a few in this area, who like to should be able to feature this each
1 Keystone.You get up close to the famous planes year. You can get a fantastic view
will see him in air shows flipp- which made aviation history back in from up in the balloon.The kids loveit. .
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I News BriefsLawtey June 22ONeil 'Hawthorne turned himself into thesheriff's "-- :

office, according to In-
Buss of Starke was arrestedfor
vestigator Aderholt Crun.pton: was 8.8"00'F'I'N"A'NC"I"NG'
Girl Struck There were no Injuries in the acci- driving under influence and no charged with burlary-grand theft on
valid driver's !
dent, according to Trooper Kenneth licenseNVDL), ac a capias with bond set at he
By Car Dies at SceneA cording to Trooper B A. Williams, $1,000, C-10's & C20'sStock
Ethndge Faber was transported He was released after a $400 surety was released on his own On All
Rescue M() to Bradford Hospital recognizance.
three-year-old Lawtey girl died bond was posted,
and released
where she was checked No. 5245
after struck vehicle
being by a
according to Paramedics Paul Johnel McCray 51, of Startle
Saturday noon on CR-225. West and Scott Taylor. Clarence Covington, 43, of Starkewas arrested for DWLS and was EXAMPLE:
fleeing at-
Heather Nicole Anderson from with
ran to the patrol car was$r>UO charged disorderly intoxication tempting to elude
the Intersection at CR-200A Into the Damage to according to C-10 PICKUPSave
according Stt! Wilkinson 85
Damage to the HIII21"ol'd was $Jr>())0 Trooper Kenneth Ethridge, Bond
path of a 1973 Oldsmobile which was Starke Police Department was call-
set at $472 /
was 50. he
westbound on CK-225, according to ed twice to a residence where Cov- his recognizance.Purvis was releasedon 8381$21800
Corporal David Goodner, Traffic Stop ington was causing a disturbance own .
The driver, David Phillip Barnes, Finds Wanted Man Bond was set at $52.50, E Griffis Mo.-
56, of Jacksonville, applied brakes, of Starke was
served to the left in an attempt to Thomas David Siemer .M: of Clifford Leon Smith of Starke was charged icated and with NVDL driving while intox- Burnt on companion with 12,1 APR cash pile' .TBB"with'1.000"dawn ash or trade
avoid (the pedestrian but could not ,j\ Jacksonville was stopped for an improper charged with burglary., according to according to Sgt. ,
avoid running over the child, said tag on his vehicle June 23, according sgt. Wilkinson, after no broke into a Wilkinson breathalyzer Grjffis\ refused the plus lax&He.with approved credit 48 Month
Goodner to Patrolman Paul Khoden residence Smith alledgedly slappedand
Medical help was on the scene im- While searching for the owner of the boat the victim at 4-20: a.m. He
mediately but the child was pro- tag, a check was run on Siemer was released on his own
nounced dead there, according to where an outstanding capias from recogm/ance
Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Dan West Palm Beach was found. Butler Couple
Cuddington. Lawtey Correctional Siemer is being detained for West I Kay Charles Smith 26, of Starke Arrested in StarkeA R V'4l
Volunteer Fire Department also Palm Beach authorities was charged on a capias for NVDL, rE4
responded to the accIdent. according to Investigator David Lake Butler woman and her son
Homocide investigator was Calvin Adoiholt He was released after a were arrested June 24 and charged
Pace, no charges were filed in the Recent ArrestsIn $;) accident Bradford CountyThe battery and threating phone calls, CgRs
Barbara A. Fuller 24, Jackson according to Investigator Donald
following arrests were made ville was charged with introductionof Denton
Starke Police Car recently in Bradford, County by local contraband into a prison (LUCI), Lillian George 45, and Johnny
Slides Into Vehicle authorities. according to Lt Glen Moore Bond Everett George, 20, were charged
was set at $1,000.)() Fuller was released with an incident which alledgedlyotunifd USED CAR BUYS :
Standing water on SH-16 and a June
19Steve ) on her own lecognuance on March 7, at a dwelling
police car responding to an accidentwere Starke..
Gene Manning\ the cause of a second accident Juno 25Tuinmie Bond was set at $5,000 1985 FORD
dleburg was arrested for driving They were 1983 CHEVY
June 15.Patrolman. while license suspended I dMlSi Allen Crumpton, 20 of released on their own recognizance
George W. Barrette of according to Trooper D. ('. K.ilnilsManning : F-250 Pickup CHEVETTE
Jacksonville cited for failure to
was lelr-ased on a $21Usurl'ty 9,000 Miles Nice
use due care after his patrol car bond
skidded into the side of a 1982 Ford,

driven by Kathy Ann Faber of Juanil.1Iay: Cloud of Sttiike was ICHIHY-OIDS
Starke. Barrette had been -
dispatched arrested I for retail theft at P.mtiv i $9888 $3988
to an accident on CK-16 at 10:14a Patnilm.i7rp.iulHhoden
Pride, according to t J
Faber west-
m Saturday. was
She was leltMsed! alter a
bound on CK-16, coming around the .
$210 bond
surely was posted.June
other accident when she saw the 1983 CHEVY 1981 CHEVY
police car coming at her. She attempted -
to get out of the way of the 21Raymond Welcomes" Vii'' Silverado 4x4 Malibu
but could not. Barrette's Scott Coney was arrested
proceeding car 23,000 Miles Loaded Four Door$9g
vehicle struck standing water for petit theft, according to Rick Wells -
and began to slide sideways on the Patrolman K.lthy1.; Best Ik- was ""
wet slick pavement, slopped at Starke Lanes by Sgt. To Our Sates' Staff t
counterclockwise, skidding across Wa>\\ilkinsoiuittcr he al1l'd l'llIy ,
the centerline and into the left side of took lumber from a lot at Bay and
Faber's Ford. Call Streets --a3p1

RICK graduated from Palatka High School in 1980, transferringfrom

St Johns Community College in Palatka to complete his BUY of t ie

ObituariesWalter education at the University of Florida In December 1984, RICK

graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 1978 Mercury Cougar.1288

A. "Bill" ScalesA

memorial service for Walter A. Card Thanks

"Bill" Scales,a long time resident of Words cannot adequately express During his academic years, RICK was active in campus activities x
Keystone Heights who died Thurs- our deep appreciation loi the inanv and worked voluntarily as a campus director for four months HIGHWAY ((3
day, June 20 in Ocala, was held Sun- kind and sympathetic; acts that
day, June 23 at St. Anne's Episcopal came to us at the hoe ot our recent following graduation with AAaronatha Campus Ministries
Church in Keystone Heights at 3 bereavement \\f would i especiallylike I 1901 A Ali TIMPLI AVI. N
p.m.. to express our thanks to Dr RICK, whose hobbies include surfing and tennis, is engaged to / "-
Mr Scales, a native of Monessen, f lianas and the Bradford ('0 i
be married July 2'7 to Tracy Bonham in Orlando. Following their
Pa..graduatedfromRostranerHigh Hospital for their main klndl1'- Sl'S
School in 1935 and attended the toward their patient and hifamiK wedding, TRACY and RICK will be working in Starke, even It I I I II

student.University of Pittsburg as a pre-med The Woodrow Smith Fainih though they will be living |lust north of Gainesville I I

He moved with his family to I r
Waldo Fl. and worked in the family
business while attending the
grocery University of Florida Shade Trees & Patio Stones I Full Line of Citrus & Fruit Trees

He came to Keystone Heights in
1941 and was for many years the :...,, -' ,
,> Lawrence ownerof Blvd Scales. procery; on .. ,. 11/\i. tir'e.vcliws" 'V. U'CJ.1- Ryr --r; 'J' w w Iw

Mr. Scales served during World 'It,, !
War II as a CIA agent, was a I I
charter member of the Keystone All Types or Shrubs.&! Flowering Plants r' m

Heights Lions Club and Keystone -- ,-- I
Heights Fire Department. He was a
member of Rotary, the American
Legion and St. Anne's Episcopal 1 1FREE"
Church "BUY .. G!ET

Survivors include his wife BettyS _
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daughters, Cindy Thomas, Melrose FRUIT TREESPear

and Sandra Sargent, Fort Lauder- Peach, Nectar me, Plums, Apples
dale; a stepson, Key !\t. Sargent,
Winter Haven; 2 sisters, Mrs, Dale RED CEDAR
Drew, Lake City and Mrs Douglas
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!Michael Scherffius of Atlanta, Benham was charged with failure to t }
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Drivers of two automobiles were
injured in a collision! at the intersec-
tion of SK-100 and SR-121 near Lake
Butler Tuesday (June 25) afternoon.
Both drivers were transported to '
Gainesville hospitals via helicoptor. 1 1 I
According to Florida Highway 1
Patrol Trooper B.A. Williams, June 0 e I
Anne Benham, of Virginia Beach
sustained head,back and internal in
juries. She was transported to1
Alachua General Hospital. Michael a
Scherffius, of Atlanta, was taken to m i i0i
Shands Teaching Hospital with internal
injuries. Stottcraft 14Va Bass Boat Powered with 35HP Mercury
Trooper Williams said Benham, Outboard and trailer.
driving a 1984 Toyota, was south-- 268"Down If
qualified A
bound on SR-121. Scherffius,driving
Regularly SALE SAQQQ only 'US0' par mo.
a 1985 VW Scirocco, was westboundon 6,123 12.9A.P.R.
coming into Lake Butler. r
Benham failed to stop at the stop Total'wlth tax and title '5268"
sign at the intersection of the two Balance of'5,000 financed over 60 months 1 I D ,
roads and pulled into the path of the at 12.9/ A.P.R. OUTBOARDS
car driven by Scherffius.
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By Mark Frledlin Mainly Bradford and Union Coun- No-one Is pressured or committed, for their children.Are needs a real home, so new laws were child out of the home sexual abuse,
BCT Staff Writer ties, although children are also but not everyone has the tempera- all children returned to their passed.If health reason, ect. The majority of
Picture a group of 16 children six taken sometimes from adjoining ment it takes to be a good foster parents? a parent refuses or for some children in the foster care programare
teens, six elementary school age counties when the need is great. parent. It takes patience and givingof No. Afew years ago the only options reason cannot make the right returned to their parents.
kids and four pre-schoolers all in Why are these children placed under yourself and your time. HRS staf- the foster child had were to changes in their households to provide Where can I get more Information
need of emotional support. the Foster Care program? fers say they never pressure anyoneto return to their parents or to remain a stable home, their child is ensured ?
Would you have room for one of Many reason.Financial problems, become a parent, no matter how with their foster parents until they a permanent home by being Call the Bradford HRS office in
them? marital problems, poor parentingskills far along they are in the training session were 18. Consequently hundreds of place up for adoption.Isn't Starke at 964-8875 or in Lake Butlerat
Several Bradford County families ,which leads to physical abuse if they should decide to foster care children remained wardsof that a drastic step? 496-2417. Leave your name and
have, through.the HRS Foster pro and neglect. Drinking and drug problems withdraw. the state, moving from one foster. It is never done lightly. You must mailing address. A card will be sent
gram. Now local HRS unit needs to abandonment, emotional What else'must I do? care home to the next. The state of remember there must be a compelling to your telling 'you the date of the
find a few more families willing to problems, ill health, death of A sanitation and fire inspection is Florida realized that every child reason. for the HRS ,to take a next training session.

,help out a dis-advantaged youth who parents, sexual abuse, ect. done on your home. If you live out "::1_ _MIl _!lIiliU) IT'"
can't stay in his or her own home. Why don't relatives and friends side the city a 'water sample is v
HRS Family Service Aide Diane take in these children? taken.The sanitation inspector looks t
McClellan and Social Service Many times they do, and the HRS for sanitation, sewage treatment, Norman's
Counselor Hilda Doherty assisted staffer first goal is to find the and structural problems in the
The Telegraph in compiling a list of nearest relatives who will accept the home. Your name must also be
some of the most common questions child into their homes. Sometimes cleared through the Abuse ,
parents have about the Foster there are no relatives, or the Registary. If there are any vaild MarketU.S
Parents Program-and the answers relatives are unable to care for the complaints you will not be licensed.A .
as provided by the local HRS staff. children to some problems similar to criminal record check is also
Wlial Is Foster Care? {those experienced by the child's made. Interviews with the prospec- 301 South 964-6071
Foster Care is a program designedto parents. Other times a child is plac- tive parent let the staffers know you, =
provide a substitute family life ex ed with a relative and it doesn't work your lifestyle, your parenting "The Country Store For More"Open
perience for a child in an agency approved out.What abilities, and your own problems, 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon. thru. Sat.
household, who needs care ages are the foster children? which we all have. Three written
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period of time. During this time the 18-year old has not completed high I become a fabler parent, can I We Accept USDA Food Stamps
child's parents are either .non- school and is attending classes have any child I want?
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provided on the assumption that parent training session and find out day or two. Usually its from six mon- )
all children are entitled to physicalcare what the program's about. Other ths to 10 years. _
emotional assurance and wise,anyone who has the room for a What are the child's parents doing
educational instruction. Foster care foster child can be liscensed to provide while they are in fabler care?
parenting is not a lifetime commit- the service for a needy child They are working on their pro-
ment to a child but a commitment to Single parents can be foster parentsas blems. With the help of the HRS Our 10 Pounders Are Back.
be meaningful during a child's well. counselors, they are attempting to .
lifetime What if I decide I don't want to bea adjust their lives and trying to make TurkeyDRUMSTICKS Pigs Feet orNECKBONES Fryer LegQUARTERS
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Rock, a notorious cellblock built by 1984 said UCI was the state's most '
inmate labor 57 years ago, is dangerous prison with the highest MULLET6.90s
scheduled to close June 30 but will average of inmate-on-staff attacks 1
hold legends long after its last and one of the lowest stafftoinmateratios. I 1.2910LbS.
prisoner has been transferred. 7.4910LbS. : .
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DOC spokesman David Skippersaid were sent there for punishment.Part a Choice USDA Western USDA Choice
that plans were on schedule to of the legend about The Rock, Boneless Round Choice Boneless Rd. GroundROAST
meet the deadline. As of June 24, all McLendon said it was given that
inmates had been transferred to new name soon after its construction, is STEAK CHUCK
quarters at the North Florida prisonor its fabled strength."I .
to others around the state. hears when they built it they put
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population must stay below 2000. '
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I ObituariesJ.W.

Kelley, Sr. Joseph W. Kelley, Sr. 66 of Teaching Hospital Box J-296, Dr. wife, Mrs. Alice Mae Sybrant
Brooker, died Thursday, June 20. at !Sameul Gross, Gainesville, Fl. Hamilton of Starke; five daughters,
the Alachua General Hospital after :32610. Jones Funeral Home, Hwy. Mrs. Rama Ormsbee of Spar- Bradford
an apparent heart attack Mr. '100 Keystone Heights was in chargeof tansburg, Penn., Mrs. Ruth Pence of Square by Stump's
Kelley was a life long resident of the services. Van Cover, Wash., Mrs, Roxanne
Brooker and was a carpenter with Parks of Warren, Ohio, Mrs. Rita 964-6946 Concepts
the Carpenter Local No. 127 in Mary C. Arnold Guida of Starke, Mrs. Doris Swan of .
Gainesville.Mr ;Mrs. Mary C. Arnold 66, of Jonesboro, Ga.; three sons, Ray-
Kelley is survived by: his Keystone Heights, died in the mond Hamilton of ,
wife, Mrs. Muriel Lee Sapp Kelley of Alachua General Hospital, Monday, Ronald Hamilton of Columbus,
Brooker; a daughter, Judy K. June 24. A native of Jacksonville Penn., Richard Hamilton of
,Williams of Hampton, Virginia; 3 'she moved here in 1969 from Enon Keystone Heights; three sisters, >
sons, Joseph W. Kelley, Jr of Ken- (Ohio. She was a member of (he Mrs. Mae Collins of Titusville,
nes.aw. Ga.. Willard D. Kelley of 'Keystone Golf & Country Club, and Penn., Mrs. Marie McCommon of Presents
Lake City and Randy D. Kelley of 'she attended the Keystone United Cranesville, Penn., Mrs. Thelma
Brooker; a sister, Jeanette Molt of Methodist Church. mcGuire of Union City, Penn.; two cAwr '
Brooker and 3 grandchildren' She is survived by her husband brothers, Edward Hamilton os \:
Funeral services were held Satur- ]Dwight R.Arnold, Sr.; a son, Dwight Saegerlown, Penn., Clyde Hamilton ..
day, June 22, in the Chapel of Archer ]R. Arnold, Jr. of Gainesville; a ol Townville, Penn.; many grandchildren .
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with 'brother, Edward J. Chapman of and great chandchildren.
Rev: Randy Maycumber officiating. Woodbridge Va.; a sister, Marion Funeral services for Mr.
Burial followed in Dedan Cemetery 'Prevail of Keystone Heights; and a Hamilton, will be held at a later
under the direction of Archer I granddaughter, Ann-Marie Arnold. dale in Drake Cemetery Little
Funeral Home. A graveside burial service is Cooley, Pa. Jones Funeral Home,
!scheduled to be held at 2:00: p.m. P.O. Drawer II, Starke was in !!i Technics
James Jay Moody Saturday, June 29, in Keystone charge of local arrangements.Wood _

James Jay Moody, 75, of Raiford, Heights Cemetery. Rev. David Adap6 Sound System
row Smith
died Landers pastor of Keystone United
Saturday, June 22, at his home ;
after an apparent heart attack Mr Methodist Church will officiate. Woodrow Smith 54, resident of
Moody was born in Bradford County! !Jones Funeral l Home Hwy. Iou & P.O. Box 2H6 Lawtey died Thursday By Panasonic
living his entire life in Bradford and Cypress Ave. is in charge of the ar- June 20 at the Alachua General z
Union Counties. He was a retired rangements. Hospital in Gainesville, Fl., follow- a
farmer in which he had specialized ing an extended illness he was born r3c;,
in the produce department. Mr. I Heather. AndersonMiss and raised in Brunswick, Ga. where
Moody attended the Baptist Church. (Heather Nicole Anderson, ::1.of he attended the schools, and then Reg. $699ONLY
He is survived by his wife: Wendy Grove and Madison Streets, was employed as a ceramic tile f 4
Kelly Moody of Raiford; a daughter Lawtey, died Saturday June 22, layer until ill health forced his
Camilla Brantley of Green Cove Spr-: 'from injuries she received, when she retirement He was a member of the : x
ings; 2 sons, James Edward Moody ]was struck by n i car near her home. Church of God.
and William J. Moody both of Born in Gainesville October 2. 1UUI! He is survived by a son, Daniel ',:
Raiford; 5 grandchildren and 1 great (Heather was a lifelong resident of Smith of Rincom Ga. ; two c
grandchild. Lawtey. She attended Norlhside daughters Mrs. Susan Lanier of
Funeral services were held Tues- Baptist Church. Lawtey, and Mrs. Barbara Malott of $64900'flte
day. June 25, at the Graveside in Heather is survived by her Eglin Air Force Base; two brothers
Sapp Cemetery with Rev. Ronnie 'parents Phil S. and Debra Starling Charles Smith and Joe Smith of
Kinsaul ofl ciating. Burial followed Anderson of Lawtey; a brother Waycross; five sisters, Mrs. Jelune Jlest;
under the direction of Archer Joshua Adam Tillman of Lawtey; a Ll'ggl'tl\1rs. Mary Rich Ardson, and ,I
Funeral home of Lake Butler. sister. Tiffany Brooke Anderson of Vonell Bacham all of Waycross,
j Lawtey; paternal grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Geneva Prevail of Ocean Way -
John W. Maxficid i and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp of Starke; Fl. and Mrs. Jeanette Peacock of Sound 8m 0
John "Jack" Wesley Maxfield, 59, 'maternal grandfather, Richard K. lilac kshear, Ga. Eight grandchildren
of Lakeview Drive. Keystone Starling ot Jacksonville; patl'l'mllgreat also survives. III j
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Heights, died at his residence Mon- grandmother Mrs Daisy Funeral services were conducted !
Thompson of Lawtey maternal on Saturday, June 22, at the Chapel --
day, June 24, following a long illness. ; ( -
Born in Minneapolis Minn., March j great grandmother, Mrs. Daisy ol Archie Tanner Funeral Home I :
7, 1926 Mr. Maxfield moved to Starling of LavUey maternal great with Rev. Willard Crawford of- roL
great grandmother, Mrs. Minnie lifiaimg. Burial was in Lawtey
Keystone Heights in 1969 from St. or.05 O fi
Louis, Mo. He was a Coast Guard ;butch of Lawtey; and several aunts Cemetery Home: with Archie Tanner rJl
Funeral I in
and uncles. Starke in charge
veteran of W.W. II
; was a museum ,
exhibit supervisor for 15 years for Funeral services were held on arrangements.. i
the University ol Florida; was of Tuesday. June 25, in the DeWitt C.
Catholic faith and was a former Jones Chapel, with Rev. James
member of the Keystone Heights Cowart, conducting the services. Cardof
Volunteer Fire Department and Burial was in Lawtey Cemetery
Rescue Team. under the direction of Jones Funeral 1
He is survived by his wife Marge Home, 514 East Nona St., Starke. ThanksWith

Maxfield; 2 sons, Todd A. Maxfieldof .
VanicS. Hamilton
Keystone Heights and John D. deepest
Maxfield of Gainesville3; brothers, Vanie Stanclift' Hamilton, 77, of this word of thanks gratitude for we the extend
Loren D. Maxfield of Weslaco, Pleasant Grove Road Starke. died kind acts of many
Texas Vincent J. Maxfield of Park Saturday. June 22, at his residence thoughtful friends.sympathy These expressed by
Forest, Ill. and Galen C. Maxfield of following a long illness. Born in have meant kindnesses
Seattle, Wash.; 3 grandchildren, Crawford County, Penn, on May :29.19U8. to thank the hospital to us.staff I would Dr. like
Jamie Joshua and Dustin Maxfield. Mr. Hamilton moved to Starke nandez and Rev. Roman
Funeral services were held at from Homestead, eleven years ago. and friends and Alvarez
, 11:00: a.m. Wednesday, June 26, in Mr! Hamilton is a retired machinist being many so kind in the death relatives of hus-for JJll Weg.k
the Dewitt C. and also a member-of the United my
Jones Chapel at "nile!. Clyde a
7'K"KeyStorTS<1 61S"W1th( -Father John- Brethrrn'Cthe : ..-tn!!' parcing I tvi'i T.Jjq"f'j, Irene I alF 'f ,i ,"'' '' ,
'W. Beatty officiating. Interment was late John C. and Bertha Mille

In the family plot in Keystone F"m" ;Itn" __ _
Heights Cemetery under the direc- 0 00 :
tion of Jones Funeral Home, Hwy nyut
100 & Cypress St. In lieu of !flowers, WANTED: NEW CUSTOMERS t
his family requests that donations
may be made to the Hospice of The Complete Lawn Service r I
Lakes P.O. Box 418, Keystone Yard Clean-Outs Landscaping \ I
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his home Friday. A native of .
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Ohlschwager was a Lutheran an Ar- Dr. Dennis Connaughton
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Heights; a sister, Sandi Andrews of
111. He was preceded in
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death by a sister, Sheri Steinert of '
Chandler, Ariz. PlusGl'tTo\"atch
Private graveside funeral ser-

vices were held, Monday, June 24 with, in 45 Days Hurry Sale Ends Soon
the Keystone Heights Cemetery
Rev. Virgil E. King officiating.
Jones Funeral Home, Hwy. 100 and RewardFor
Cypress Avenue was in charge of
the arrangements. information SAVE MOO00 This Weekend: 4 _
Marguerite W. Lowis any leading to the !

in' Margurite Keystone Heights W. Lowis at, 75 the, who Park-Of-lived whereabouts of two ((2)) grey : Camera & Portable

The Palms, died in the Alachua gamecock roosters yellow legg-
General Hospital Thursday, June :
20. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., stolen
ing Saturday night June 22. For Rent
February 7, 1910, and she moved VMS A rn
here 2 1/2 years ago from Whiting
New Jersey. She was a member of Call ((904)) 9648922SUMMER

the Park-Of-The-Palms Church. j Q Q 24-Hour a -
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Mrs. Lowis is survived by a sister, 5 0 r -
Ruthe E. Weber of Whiting, New I
Jersey.Funeral. SALE Period Panasonic
services were held in New I,
Hyde Park, New York. Burial was in /l U'/A'tt
Pmelawn, New York. Jones Funeral & _

Home, Hwy. 100 and Cypress All In Stock
Avenue rangements., was in charge of local ar (n1\'T'f6\ e4 JIe CClIIO Y Radios

: Perms $2500 I
Melissa K. HarrellMelissa JJJ/ .

Kay Harrell, 14, of .' M Haircut I & Style I ,
Keystone Heights died in Shands 10M I GllrrFlIrl( 15 % off
Teaching Hospital, Monday, June n Frosting. 1500
24, following a long illness. Born in r' WALK-INS"
Jacksonville May 6, 1971, she had ...........
lived in Keystone Heights since 1980. 118 S. Thompson St. 964.4151 In Merle Norman Bldg.
She was a Baptist and was a studentin
the Keystone Heights High School.
Surviving is her father, William R. I e !Co cCAR. goo
Harrell of Keystone Heights; her [ 7....000
mother Geneva S. Guthrie of Mid- CYPRESS MULCH i

dleburg; a sisterm Dawn Harrell of STEREO
Keystone Heights; her paternalgrnndparents. & PINE BARKYou
Mrs. Raliegh Harrel
of Keystone Heights; her maternal I
grandparents Mrs. and Mrs. Matthew pick-up; or We deliver

Funeral Smith of ser.ices Orange Park.were held Minimum 3 yds.. on Delivery 1 We Accept VISA, Cash only

Wednesday, June 2aL at the, CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING o = this sale
graveside in Keystoi.c': eightsCel1.l..n' 1 I on ,
RvJdck Whitley of-
fioutlng.\ with In lieu of flowers donation 964.6649 0o financing available.
may be made to the Mop CAR SPEAKERS __

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The Orlando'Police >Department is, ," Pleats if 18t\)'formation to
r i spearheading a community wide effort .the Orl '\\Jo Police Department,
to locate both the victim.Regina .3O5-849-2j /l49-218/ .
., '; Mae 001 '
r Armstrong, and the suspect in "
; an adbuction of the six-year-old girl.
"I A reward in excess of $6,000 is of Eyry> Changes
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Regina is a six-year-old white
i female. She is 3'6" tall and weighs 45-
a y iI She has blondish brown hair
down ,
wt, + iI I to the middle of her back and ,
t gip; st.1 t '. n I brown eves. She has a sore on hr
I nose and was last seen wearing a
t{ t sundress with blue/green flowers
.and no shoes. '
I! The suspect is a white, male approximately
37 to 42 years old. He is .
Est [ 6 feet tall and medium built. He has .
dark hair medium to short in length J I itAk4 J
r I / squared in back. He 1s.. lean shaven Don" yoU .y "lgh, for
tJ+ d a a ,' and has a split lip. He was last seen gran. HAJing good vision, often
k P wearing a., ..multi-colored meoNv t AvlIp the,, \wood sense to get
j ,,, ,; hl IE.S'S. IE. ,striped/checked shirt, old blue jeans' regular' lyA *i airand\ possibly.
r ft + ',.', and possibly wearing a gold watch wear I Nq S/&l<>a>" Make an op-
+ '
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Regina was abducted on June 18 at % __' Eastern i'
approximately 3 p.m. while she was I
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playing with friends in an apartment ,
." <((,'.;..' / complex in East Orlando. The RV i 'rl Ik, HOQk, M.D.Frteman .
.l1.1 :,. suspect distracted the children while
Geotpe W. I M.D.
; ,
he and the victim went to look for his
Regina Mae Armstrong.. Kidnapping Suspect... grandchildren. The victim never Dlagdrl, ii $urpyry of the Eye
victim last June IK at in East returned. 143 1 : Edr+drt1s Rood
Kidnapped was !seen apartment complex
The kidnapping is white male 37-42 old.Six feet .
suspect a years tan and h8A a58a
Orlando. She is 6 years-old! was Hearing sundress and no shoes. medium build
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I State Attorney Reports 26 New Cases in May THE HEAT IS ON! I :.U:tIt's 6

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going to be a HOT Summa
The Bradford office of the state attorney false imprisonment; case dismissed worthless check to Pantry Pride; evidence as to this defendant. Why not 'catch, -the..next heat w-.Jf!: f
received 26 new individual defendant incompentent, case restitution made. Anthony J. Lainbas'arrested into Nu Waves : x
cases and/or felony defendants for lacked prosecutive merit. Betty Masters Varnes arrested August 23 for resisting officer with '""
prosecution during the month of Tony Anthony Williams arrested March 22 for grand theft-auto; case violence; inufficent evidence as to for your Hot Nu Summer Cwt? "f'ttt"
May, according to Investigator N ov. 20 for possession of a controlled lacks proseculive merit. this defendant.
Wiley Clark. substance delivery of a controlled Mrs. Edward Leggett charged Kenneth Ash McNeal arrestedJan. Special HOT Price
One of the cases involved a prison substance; defendant sentenced on with issuing worthless check to Temple 4 for resisting arrest with
inmate. Informations were filed on other charges. Motel; defendant resides in violence and battery of a law en- $7.50
thirteen prior cases and seven pleasof Williams arrested Jan. 30 for aggravated another state. forcement officer; defendant pled to Haircuts
guilty were accepted.Two battery, aggravated James Lee Addison charged with other charges. 1
violation of probations were assault; defendant sentenced on grand theft; insufficient evidence as Charles Leonard Kinbler arrested ?
handled and no judicial action was other charges. to this defendant. May 13 for aggravated assault; victim W/Coupon (BlAwdry Extra)
taken on six cases. 15 cases were Clay Popham charged with issuing Boyce Sizemore arrested Feb. 18 incompetent to testify. '
dismissed by the state attorney and worthless check ($262.50 to Grif- for four cases of issuing worthless Eugene Franklin Norman arrested Get 'Em While "rh y'r1I Hat
the office declined to prosecute 13 fis & Sons); restitution made. check to Pantry Pride; defendant pl- March 2 for aggravated Offered by Conn.\'4 Apse, Rita
cases. Gregg Cunningham arrested ed to other charges. assault; victim does not wish to pro- and
68 misdemeanor cases were processed March 14 for issuing worthless check Louie Andrew Chaff arrested Jan. secute.
by the state attorney in May. ($554.10 to Lake Chevrolet); restitu- 2 for aggravated assault; defendant Thomas Edward Rodriquez arrested -
Informations were filed on 19 cases tion made. pled to other charges. March 20 for aggravated
21 guilty pleas were accepted and Cunningham arrested March 14 Johnny E. Sheppard arrested assault; insufficient evidence as to s gtake&iiCivcs
there were three non jury trials.The for issuing worthless check ($51.56 to March 31 for aggrvatged assault; this defendant. o \\tV
office declined to prosecute 29 cases Lake Chevy Olds.); restituion made. victim does not wish to prosecute, Sworn complaint of sexual bat
and 32 cases were dismissed by the Deborah Martin charged issuing unable to locate victim. tery; case lacked prosecutive merit.
state attorney. One case was worthless check ($54.85 to TG&Y); Ike Dell charged with aggravated
dismissed by the court. restitution made. assault; victim does not wish to prosecute
Six petitions were filed in juvenile Scott Bindley charged with issuing case lacks prosecutivemerit.
court and four cases received non- worthless check (Pantry Pride); ,
judicial action approval. Two guilty restitution made. Freida L. Holmes charged with .
pleas were accepted.The Bindley charged issuing worthless unemployment compensation fraud; -.-.;,:,- -----
following defendants received check (Pantry'Pride); restitution case dismissed at request of In-
final disposition and/or sentence made. vestigating agency. /
9 I during the month of May. Lonny At)?Manor charged with issuing Morris Williams, Jr. arrested!'
worthless check ($59.59 to 'April 8 for carnal Intercourse, raise / The
Gilbert Gay arrested Dec. 27 for Williams Jewelry; restitution made. imprisonment, child abuse; case rStak&Conhefionr.
lewd, lascivious act uoon a child. Manor charged with two cases of lacks prosecutive merit insufficient

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