Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04425
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1986
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04425
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Hot, humid, and sultry is the early July forecast,with a cool front Two Soctlon.'
coming down which may cool it off a little Friday, Saturday, and SECTION At I Papas
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day and Sunday, with a better chance of showers along the Atlantic Spy + \-o ...
coastline, and afternoon and evening showers in the interior. SECTION at u Papa aPof y \.
Highs temperatures will continue at 90-95, lows in the low 70s. Th.'Crock' Buiin.n. . . .IB t 11"10 Z :
New River measured .58 inches of rainfall June 29, and halfanDrug Raid N.t. 11. . . . .IB \ a ,Sao Doti- \ y{ y'-
inch fell July 2 in the Starke area, according to WPXE Radio. Stark a Man wn.d. . . . . July normally gets 7.99 of rainfall, August 8.10, and with June'e KH T nni. Tourn.y . . . SB L1N ., ,-
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7.07 inch average, are the three wettest months of the year. Tho KH Four!h. . . . . .68 d
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Management District shows district-wide rainfall has been below Araa D.ofht. . . . . SB The Sweett strawberries This Side of Heaven '
average. However, due to the 1985 hurricanes, groundwater levels Cla..ltlad. . . . . 9-u 8 -
remain normal for most of the area. Ar.o Daorha . . . . 128Wojk 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Swim Program...

The summer swimming program,
now operated by the Community Anew t
Education Program of the Begins IJ

Bradford-Union Vocational Center, #""' .
is set July 1 through August 1. w
Registration is set one day from .r.r+. ;
9-11 a.m. at participating t
school center: July 14 at Southside --, '............ ,',,
Ele., July 15 at Hampton Ele., July
16 at Lawtey Ele., July 17 at Starke .;,....:.. '-:'" For Coimnssion
Ele., and July 18 at Brooker Ele. .. :' ..t.. :." '.1'1 ,
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For information the "
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Vo-Tech Center, 964-6150, after July ., 1
7. f' Facing $807.636 less in revenue bags disposal and fire protection
99o : v ., i, than projected expenditures, Brad could raise money.
Upcoming... I It di ., ford County commissioners have The commission is currently pursuing .
% their work cut out. collection of mobile home
July 4. Have a safe, happy, and The first work session for the license fee taxes, which commis I
,. sober Fourth. Arrive alive Monday. 1986-87 budget is set at 8 p.m. Monday sioners feel the large part of trailer t.I
The Bradford County Commission 7. heads have owners do not Tax Collector
4 July Department pay.: \ .\
meets at 9:30: a.m. Monday, been invited to explain their span Esther Hall said it is not her respon
July 7, in the courthouse for its ; +G r r f ding requests to the commission. sibility to collect unpaid taxes with P
regular first-Monday session. no method set up. Mrs. Hall says
Budget preparation time beginsat wwrsiFFo Latest blow to the county budget county officials should work .
8 p.m. Monday night, July 7, in word from Washington to expect no together in establishing a system to ,
the commissioner meeting room. more federal revenue sharin funds, have the unpaid mobile home license ..,
The Lawtey City Council meetsat $250,000 blow. That money is gone, fees paid. Half the uncollected .
7:30: p.m. Monday, July 7, for its ; Clerk Gib Brown told commissioners license fees would go to the school 1
,: regular first-Monday meeting in June 30 in a brief budget board, half to the county. The com ','
the city hall. discussion after a public hearing on mission has been trying to collect
The Hampton City Council access to Silver Lake the fees through the zoning office,
meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, The carryover figures from the and did get some $25,000 collected
for its regular second-Tuesday 19 85-86 budget is still being worked up, that way. i
meeitng. -" the clerk s office reported Tuesday, Some method of finding the mobile !
The Brooker City Council meetsat July 1. However, lowered interest home owners has to be found. They
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, for its 11
? rates will lessen the amount of must be permitted through the zon
regular second-Tuesday session. ,. money earned on the county's uns ing office when located on a lot,Mrs.
The Board of Governors of the ,,
funds this past .
pent year. Hall points out.Alternative
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce w. :t I
The 1986 tax roll is thus to raising more money
is set to meet at 12:15: p.m. up,
to is to cut expenditures Clerk Brown '
next 10 at the ? decreasing the county millage from
Thursday, July coun
suggested Monday night the commission
fairgrounds where Chamber --- 9.322 mills to 8.906 mills for 86. That !
board members will tour the BHS Auditorium to Get Improvements... means if the commission goes to the might tell all county officials
to trim a certain amount from
facilities. full 10 mills allowed by state law it
The Bradford County Commission Supt. of Schools Jim Duncan, School Board Member improve the interior of the 32-year-old building. Schlof- would raise some 3200,000.One mill their budgets in an across-the-board
will next meet Monday, July 7, Len Schlofman. and Rep. George Crady. D-Yulee, man says Sen. Bill Grant D-"Madison: and Sen. Betty is now worth $184,929. revenue cut.
at 9:30: a.m. in the commission were Instrumental in securing $400,000 state grant to Castor, who visited here, were also most helpful.
The 85-86 budget, with expenBe Careful... :r
the floor of
meeting room on first .
'. the county courthouse. ditures over revenues by some "You cannot continue to deficit ",
Next scheduled meeting of the $700,000, was balanced last year by spend," CPA Pat Farnsworth told

.. City Commission of Lawtey is Mon $400,000 in New State jacking up the carry-over. Budget Battle..p.2A
BudgetTo User fees for services such as gar See( )
,;; day, July 7, at 7:30 p.m. in city
::><1'. hall.
t' Next scheduled meeting of the
=! City Commission of Brooker is

.." Tuesday hall.Next July 8, at 7:30: p.m. in city To Improve BHS triutu -- I AM YOURS

:. scheduled meeting of the

r" City Commission of Hampton is I was born on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of In
Tuesday, July 8, at 7 p.m. in city A $400,000 appropriation to im old auditorium, built in 1954 for a tion grant to redo the depressed central dependence is my birth certificate. The blood lines of the
hall. '
. prove the interior of the auditoriumat student testing center, and as a com downtown area.
world run in veins because I offered freedom to the
my op I
Bradford High School is includedin munity entertainment center. There was a change in the school '
" V-T Summer School... the new state budget. Compared to past years, Bradford millage formula which gives small pressed. I am many things, and many people. I am the na
It's a jackpot pursued with fervor County has hit the }jackpot in state counties more discretionary funds at tion.
Summer classes begin July 7 and by newly appointed School Board monies in 1986. Besides the $400,000 a smaller millage rate.A .
. I am 230 million living souls and the ghost of millions
run through August 15 at the Member Len Schlofman. Rep. for the auditorium, the Bradford move is afoot to return SR-18 ,
Bradford-Union Vocational Centerin George Crady, vice-chairman of the County and Starke have received: west, the main artery to the state who have died for me.

Summer Starke. Rules Committee, is credited by The school funding sparcity factor prisons, from Starke to the Union I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexingtonand
hours for the Vo-Tech
Schlofman with being a major factorin in which rural counties are County line back to the state to .
fired the shot heard around the world. I
Center from until
are 8 a.m. 3 p.m. education dollars lack the am
guiding the appropriation, small given they maintain. The Department of
For course listings see an adver by state standards but large by students to earn, was increased Transportation was to hold a public Washington
tisement on Page 2A, or phone Bradford standards million to million Jefferson and
County through from $9.5 $15 hearing on the return of SR-16 from
: 964-6150. the legislature.Schlofman statewide. That will be an additional county to state maintenance. This PatrickHenry.

: HS Enrolling... says Sen. Bill Grant, $156,000 for Bradford schools, com drive has been pushed by County I am
,L. D-Madison, and Sen. Betty Caster, pared to some $70,000 last year. Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.
:; '. Bradford Head Start is now accepting who campaigned through here in her The City of Starke has been ap who showed the state that BradtartiCounty John Paul
t applications for children race for the education commis proved for a $575,000 grant from the had more roads to maintain Jones, the 'e
jt 3,4,5 years of age. sioner's post, also helped push the state Department of Community Affairs leading to prisons than all other Green Moun .
i.t For more information, come by appropriation through. Supt. Jim to renovate 25 houses in the counties in the state put together.. tain Boys and f
; the Head Start Center at 1080 North Duncan also went to Tallahasseeand Reno target area. The SR-16 turnback could save the
Ii Pine Street in Reno, and ask for lobbied for the money, says Starke has also been approvedfor county hundreds of thousands of Davy '
't" Jill DeSue. Schlofman. a $575,000 commercial revitaliza- dollars in future maintenance costs. Crockett. I am
Plans are to renovate the 32-year- Lee and Grant
i!,. Register to Vote... and Abe Lin vW '

Register books close August 2 for coln.

.'. the All Sept.citizens 2 First of Bradford Primary County election.18 Two Public Accesses to Remain OpenAt : I rememberthe

years of age are urged to registerto Alamo, the _e '
vote before the books close. Maine and

Free Blood Check... Silver Lake But Autos Banned Pearl When freedom Harbor.

called I answered and stayed until it was over, over there.I .

t! be A given free blood the first pressure Tuesday check of every will Two SO-foot wide public accesseson At present, commissioners said, With the ordinance, the Sheriff's left my heroic dead in Flanders Field, on the rock of Cor-
month from 1-4 p.m. in the libraryat the north and south sides of Silver the vehicle ban affects only Silver Department will have something to regidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea and in the steaming
Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse Lake will remain open, county commissioners Lake.The new rules are contained in enforce, pointed out Commissioner jungles of Vietnam.I .
will issue blood pressure unanimously voted aftera a proposed new county ordinance Hodges. Residents have 30 days to
cards, record readings and check public hearing on the topic last prepared by county attorney Reggie appeal the county's decision,said at am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheatlands of Kansas and
your pulse.Game Thursday night, June 26. Flynn. torney'Flynn, in answer to a goes the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coal fields of the
Howeverlences with small gates Lake residents asked if signs could lion.SR. Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the West,
to Benefit will be erected so that people can use be posted "For Silver Lake
the Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am Independence
the accesses to get to the lake but Residents Only. No, replied Com
Highway Beautification will prevent automobiles from being missioner E.W. Hodges, the lake is -16'.Hearing... Hall, the Monitor and the Merrimac.

A Bunko Night, sponsored by the driven down to the lake. And, sunup public. A July 2 public hearing was set on I am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, my
to sundown hours will be posted,gar Another request was for the fences the commission's request for the
Junior Woman's Club of Starke bage cans will be provided. to be placed close public roads. In state Department of Transporation arms reach to embrace Alaska and Hawaii... 3 million
next Thursday, July 10, from 7:30 Commissioners differed on just that case, where will persons using to take back SR-16 from US-301 nor miles throbbing with industry I am more than 2 million
at the Starke
to Club 9:30: is p.m.set to benefit Starke's Woman's where the fences will be built, as far the accesses park their vehicles, on thwest to the county lines toward the farms. I am forest, field, mountain, and desert. I am quiet
Highway Beautification Program. away from the lake as possible or the public roads, asked Commis state prisons. villagesand cities that never sleep.
down toward the lake some distanceto sioner Maxie Carter. Don't provide
join Everyone in the fun is of invited Bunko to, come a dice and allow parking. them a parking place, said the real Voter Suit Hearing... You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down

game that is interesting and fun to Some 40 persons attended the dent.Why The county also has a 10 a.m. July the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his
play. Cost is $2.50 per person. For public hearing. The commission's doesn't the county sell the ac 3 date before Judge Suan Black in arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see
more information, phone 533-2505 or decision for the accesses to remain cesses, asked Travis Wynn. Deed federal court in Jacksonville on the the light of Christmas and hear the strains of "Auld Lang
964-5326. open to the public was applauded by restrictions prohibit the sale, said voter rights suit brought by the ,
about five residents who live up on Commissioner Hodges. Commis Bradford Chapter of the NAACP. Syne' as the calendar turns.I .

To Honor the hills around the lake. Most of the sioner Carter pointed out the board Commissioners hope the hearing am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 108,000
crowd was composed of Silver Lake
did not know of the deed restriction will'end the matter since a settle
Servicemen... property owners who wanted the ac until attorney Flynn did some ment has been agreed to between the schools and colleges and 336,000 churches where my people
A special church service to honor cesses closed to the public. research. county, school board, and NAACP. worship God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a

military service personnel is set at boxy the roar of a crowd in a stadium and the voice of a

11 a.m. Sunday, July 6, at Hope choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper and a
Church 8 miles south of Mini-Skirts Shorts for t BHS
' Baptist ,. Okayed BMS. letter to a Congressman.I .
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Starke on SR-100 7
, The American Flag will bet The return of the mini-sklrt7! behavior standard of judgement. undergarments. Halters, backless am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Tom Edison,
posted and several servicemen will Shorts and mini-skirts may be The amended rule reads: "When dresses, or tube tops are unaccep Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley,
speak. Everybody !is invited to at worn students by for middle the and high school stan<1ing in an erect position with table unless covered by appropriateouter Will Rogers, and the Wright brothers. I am George
tend and active and retired 1986-87 school term
arms extended toward the floor a garments.
military personnel are requested to if they are as long as a wearer's student's clothing will reach to or Caps or hats may not be worn In- Washington Carver, Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk.

be in uniform. outstretched fingers in an erect stan below the tips of extended fingers. side school buildings. I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whitmanand
ding posture. "This restriction will not be applicable Also unacceptable is: lack of pro Thomas Paine.
: Square Dance... Stated the opposite way, shorts or to elementary students per undergarments, clothing improperly
mini-skirt may be no shorter than where the principal will continue to fastened, clothing with Yes, I am the nation, and these are the things that I am. I
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley the outstretched fingers when the determine the student attire." words, phrases, symbols, pictures, was conceived in freedom and, God willing, in freedom I
Lake Civic Center. Plus level. arms are extended down the Bides in
big change is allowing miniskirts patches, or insignias which are
Dance, first Saturday of each an erect standing posture. and aborts obscene, profane suggestive. .will spend the rest of my days.

month, same place. 7 p.m. The school board Monday night Other modes of dress still termed Grooming of hair is unacceptable May I possess always the integrity, the courage and the
8 mainstream June 30, approved an amendment to
workshop, p.m. unacceptable are: except in restrooms.
unshackled to remain citadel of
strength to keep myself a
dance. student code of conduct what
A bare mid-driff, aee-through Bare feet, zori, thongs, or flip-
next term will be an acceptable clothing without appropriate flops are unacceptable footwear. freedom and a (beacon of hope to the world.

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"". .,,, TE1rkrRwu Julya inset .

\i1 r 1 Tl li BHS Grads Win ScholarshipsThree I

I -wto 1986 Bradford High value of each recipient's scholarship one-fourth of their secondary school
graduates have won college four- is $4,000 per academic year and can senior class and have a ninth grade
year teaching scholarshiploansworth be received for a maximum of four through 12th grade cumulative
$16,000 each. ypar grade point average (GPA) of at
r i + Based on their academic perfor- least 3.0 on a 4.0 stale
mance, the winning students are A scholarship-loan recipient may
Tonja McCloud Boswell, Melissa attend any Florida post-secondary Miss Tomlinson, daughter of Mr.
Williams Frampton, and Deanna educational institution. Scholarship and Mrs. Winfred Tomlinson of
L Tomlinson.The Starke has 3.3 GPA and an honor
money will be given as a loan for a a
scholarship-loans are called full four years of study. However, graduate plans to teach elementary
"Chapple" James Most Promising for each 180-day full-time teaching school. She plans to attend Santa Fe
Teacher Scholarships. The 198S contract completed after college Community College, then transfer to
Florida Legislature established this graduation, the loan will be cancelled the University of North Flo'-t-

scholarship to attract highly for one academic year. The entire Ms. Boswell, daughter of Mrs.
:} a1i qualified public secondary school loan plus interest may be cancelled Mary McCloud of Starke, compiled a
: i graduates into public school by holding a full-time teaching posi-
teaching in the state. 3.15 GPA In high plans to
\ t tion for as many years as necessary enter Santa Fe Community College
\ BHS is one of few schools in which
to match years of study covered by here, then U of F, and wants to be an
\ three students won the scholarships, the lnyn elementary teacher
\ according to Principal Al Rother.
1\ Most schools won one such scholar All interested applicants from the Ms. Frampton, daughter of Mr.
ship, and some won two, but few won 1986 Bradford High graduating class and Mrs. Lysle Williams of Hamp-
Teachers-to-Be. three scholarships, Dr. Rother said were considered by an institutional ton, entered SFCC after her junior
he has been told. screening committee and the applications year of high school and will complete -
These three 1986 Bradford High grads are headed to from the state and won the loan-scholarships worth The "Chappie" James Most Pro- of three candidates were two :years there in December.She .
college to become teachers. They applied for "Chap- 116,000 over four years Each year of teaching will mising Teacher Scholarship Pro- sent to the Department of Educationin compiled a 3.36 GPA in high
pie" James Most: Promising Teh Scholarships cancel $4,000 of the loan. gram is a scholarship loan program Tallahassee. The Office of Student school and has a 3.72 so far in col .
that must be repaid either by Financial Assistance made the lege. Ms. Frampton plans to attend j
Florida public school teaching service awards to all three BHS applicants.All UF to become a secondary high
or by monetary repayment. The apDlirfli mild rank in the top school teacher of Engli -- math

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I Electric Department serves varied needs of CustomersBy I

Buster Rahn "hoot and holler" line, which provides treight", it is called "wheeling Who is Bill Weldon...? ment, with the title of Superintendent trade school, DeVry Institute of ;
BCT Staff Writer conference calls, in which all charge" and billed at $2.15 per thou- W.M. (Bill) Weldon retired from of Power Resources.In Technology, in Atlanta. Weldon lives
What has the Electric Departmentof members are on the line at one time. sand KWH. This complex system of the Gainesville Utilities the interim, he spent three near Devils Mill Hopper, with his
Starke done for city residents late Other members of the group are: recording usage, charges, wheelingcost Chief Systems Load Departmentas Dispatcherafter years with a private utilities, but did wife, the former Emma Lou
ly? Gainesville Regional Utilities, and other information which not like the work. Weldon was bornin Nicholson, who Is employed in the
The biggest thing is, city residentspay Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc., changes by the hour,Is possible only Gainesville, and attended local Athletic Department of the University -
no more for electricity now than Florida Power and Light Co., Orlan- through the use of a large computer, 27 years service in 1980, and schools. Following high school, he of Florida. They have three sons,
two years ago when power costs natIOnwide do Utilities Commission, City of located in Flushing, New York. came to Starke in January, 1984, to attended the University of Florida, two having already graduated from
have been on the rise. In Vero Beach, Tampa Electric Co., Ci- assume the responsibility for supervising majoring in electrical engineering, the university, and the youngest,
fact, the city's purchase costs have ty of Homestead, Jacksonville Elec- Local Improvements... the electrical utilities depart Santa F* Communitv: College, and A who will graduate thin gearW'F
been going down in the last two tric Co., City of Lake Worth, Ft. The city Utilities Departmentmade
years, a Benefit of being on the Pierce Utilites Authority, Utilities a number of improvements in
Florida power grid and able to buy Commission of New Smyrna Beach 1985, under the supervision of
electricity from the least expensivesource. and Sebring Utilities Commission. Weldon:

Local Problem...
In addition, the electric system is Three generators were overhauled -
making enough profit so that new Starke's generators have capability painted and placed back in service -
concrete power poles and electricity to produce 15 megawatts (MW), saving 2,100 gallons of lube oil
distributiuon lines have been installed which exceeds the present demand, bv the elimination of )leaks.
in a $220,000 project. And, currently but is limited by distribution lines to
) two additional trunk distribu- a maximum capacity of 12 MW.
The warehouse roof
tion lines are being built to handle This situation is currently being was repairedand
the city power demand, now nearing corrected with the addition of two re-covered, the power plant
capacity, more efficiently.And breakers, a $250,000 project allowingthe building re-painted cleaned, and and heat exchangers -
city residents have heard no city to run a new line to the In- ( were painted.

plea from the city commission for In- dustrial park, thence to the Wal- -The No. 8 cooling tower was
creased rate to pay for these im Mart site, and add another line for cleaned and painted, and the fan
provements. expansion in the north end of the ci-
lubricated. The natural gas supply
Here's why. ty, when needed.Generating yard cleaned and equipment

On Distributing Costs... painted.
'Employee parking lot moved to
Electricity... The cost of generating electricityby SW corner of property, and a con-
Bill Weldon, superintendent of the Starke utilities varies from crete slab poured on the West end of LWWL
power resources, reviewed some of $42.30 per thousand KWH (kilowatt the plant to aid in keeping mud and '
the complexities involved in the hours)to $82 per thousand kwh, dirt out of building.A .
distribution and billing of electricity depending on which generators be- kitchen area was built to ac-
within the Florida Grid network. ing used. The average cost of pro- comodate employees, who are not _
Since the city has the capability to duction a thousand KWH in 1984 was allowed to leave their duty stations _
generate power, it meets member- $57.25; (in 1985 the cost was reducedto during their assigned shifts. The
ship requirements for joining the $46.84. employee locker and shower room ? I
statewide Florida Electric Power was painted, and a new heater in- 1 n
Coordinating Group, Inc. established Power Sources... stalled.A .
to provide contmuious power In In 1985, production in the Starke base station was added for
event of breakdown in the plant increased 5 percent, and expenditures communication, operating on the ci-
generating system of a member decreased by 16 percent. ty frequency.
utility. A secondary benefit to the city In 1985 the city produced 18 percentof Concrete power poles were installed -
of Starke is the lowering of cost of the power consumed, and pur- in the substation, with
electricity, which is passed on to its chased 31 percent from Gainesville.The heavier conductors for the four
customers.In remaining 51 percent was pur- feeder circuits.
September, Starke was tied into chased from other members of the The power plant maintenance of-
the Power Broker, and received an association.The fice was moved to the SW corner of
immediate reduction through pur- city of Starke adds other costs the warehouse, providing additional -
chase of electricity from the 12 of operating the utilities departmentto space for technical equipment. (
municipal and investor owned power the raw power cost, and resells to An additional 10 acres of land was
companies. The cost of energy purchased residential and commercial ac purchased on the south side of the
through the Power Broker is counts. In April, 1986, Starke billedits substation for improved access and -'
computed by formula, based on the customers $77.35 per thousand additional security. :
contract under which the purchaseis KWH, Florida Power and Light Co. A by-product of these inovationshas t v g
made. Generally, the cost is an charged $78.44 and Clay Electric been noted In improved attitudesof 4'
average between the cost of power billed its customers $91.40. Starke the employees, who now take an -
generated by Starke, and the producer consumers are paying less than the interest in cleanliness and efficiencyof
Since the coal or nuclear median amount charged throughoutthe operation. "Our insulation supports my puttering
powered units produce electricityfor state. Weldon says the next upgrade is new
lower cost, the city is billed at a Weldon said the statewide already under way, by purchasing and then some. I
rate lower than generating cost by transmission lines are largely own- into the Stanton Energy Center, a
the local plant. ed by Florida Power and Light Co., coal fired generator near Orlando. is that FPL paid for part of it."
There are five contracts, and Tampa Electric and Florida Power This joint venture has many other The surprising thing
Starke may be buying power on any Co Although the city may be pur- utility companies buying shares. advise
one of them, at any given time: (a) chasing power from a distant producer Utility supervisors, by whatever title Not surprising at all.FPL is encouraging everybody to We'll send out an energy specialist to you
Emergency, (b) Short Term Firm, the current is moved over must look ahead several years to manage their energy efficiently because lowering peak on how much insulation you need.We'll even pay for
(O) Economy Power, (d) Long Term transmission lines for a fee, keep production in line with con- demand delays the need for new power plantsan part of the work.
Firm and (x) Extended Economy.The something similar to a freight sumption. Florida is a growing energy must share. To find out how to qualify for this incentive and
13 producers are connected by a charge. Instead of calling the charge state. expense By insulating everyone your ceiling or adding to your to get more information on energy management

existing insulation you'll use less air conditioning.And call our 24-hour toll free number,

you'll lower your bills as you lower your demandfor 1-800-821-7700.

Locals Have Choice of Four electricity. vUl .

July 4th Celebrations = aQ I


mea residents nave a choice of vents include a 6 a.m. bass tournament . CLIP THIS COUPON anH .
several Independence Day celebra- home canning fair, a big-
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Palatka's grant review and possible council that the zoning board had
subsequent court injunction may reviewed two requests to rezone two
delay funding but Starke will receivea parcels, and recommended council
downtown revitalization grant approval.The .
grant writer Linda Day told the first request was made by
Starke council Tuesday night July David Hodges to rezone a house and
1.Palatka's lot at 741 S.Orange St. from R1C to
appeal to have its grant RP, in order that the house might be
application reviewed would be heard used for an office. There were no ob-
next week and if the grant continuesto jections from the audience, and the
be denied Palatka retains the rezoning was approved on a motion '
right to file an injunction. If an In- by Councilman Bobby Biggs, '
junction is filed the commercial seconded by Silcox. t w+w+++.awww.lf r ;.k.r
revitalization grants will be delayedfor The second request was made by
several months. James P. O'Brian to change the old
j Day said regardless of the out "Barksdale Home"at 636 W.
come of this action Starke will be Madison St. from R1C to RP. Plans
approved for either $575,000 or are to convert the home to a retire- I ,
$400,000 depending on its postion in ment home for the elderly. A special
the final decision."Confirmation exception was made by the Starke
of the grant could Board of Adjustment contingent on
come as early as the middle of council approval for rezoning.The I II
August," said Day.In request was approved on a
order to expedite grant ac- motion by Biggs, seconded by I
tivities, the city should begin immediately Silcox and carried. ------ ---
to advertise for engineering on the Field and in the Classroom...

and consulting services, Day told Second Reading... These Bradford Middle School students earned the Presidential and Tom Bradford.
the council. She stated that no con- Terence Brown advised Academic Fitness Award through a combination of academic
City Attorney excellence
the front row from left to right: Aimee Ferguson :Mark Shuford,
tracts should be awarded to and
prior competition athletic activities.
the council that second
a Allison Farnsworth, Dana :Norman; Len Looney, Cindy Davis and Valerie
receiving grant confirmation, but reading of a proposed ordinance was From left to right on the top row: Link Bishop. Jason Pilcher Kim Krack
getting "statements of qualifications" required which would bring the city Johnson. Jennifer Dodge, Steven Thornton Kevin Krack. Scott Duncan
from interested persons and into compliance with state statutes
firms would save approximately six pertaining to utility hook-ups. Under
weeks in the process and give the current city ordinances residentsare

council an opportunity to review the required to hook up within 90 Nine BHS Students Earn A's I INine
documents in depth. days after notification. The new or- Straight
Mayor Charles Schaefer called fora dinance extends the time to 365 days
motion, following a discussion of after notification in compliancewith

the recommendation. Councilman the state. Bradford High students or Thorpe was enrolfed in woods, Seniors... Larry W. Barnnm: Susie: noodard.Juniors. .
Vernon Silcox made a motion to Brown read the ordinance. Biggs .86 percent of the some 1,050( ( geometry honors biology I, algebra Marsenna L. Brantley, Tracie L.
advertise for engineering and con- and Silcox teamed to make the motion member student body, earned II, advanced American history & Clark Edward L. Hall, Irie John ... Charles M. Coburn,
sulting services as recommended to approve the second reading straight-A's for the sixth six-weeks government honors English 10, and Hamilton, Velessa M. Hampton Deena L. Cox Vicki L. Crockrell
and received a second by coun- and the motion carried. grading period which ended June 6. Spanish I.Robert James F. Hayes, Tricia K. Lawson Marilyn E. Dickison, Carrie L.
cilman Travis Woods. Motion carried Another 64 BHS students, or 6.1 H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and Karen R. Martin, Sharon D. Martin, Foster, Kimberly M. Gowens, Bar
percent of the student body earnedall Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Paul R. Moore, Katherine L. bara M. Green, Eric J. Lane
City Council Races... A's and B's for the six-weeks for Thorpe was enrolled in algebra II, O'Hearn, Donna J. Parado, MichaelA. Audrey L. Pierce Stacey L.
Chlorine Bid... City Clerk Neil Tucker advised the places on the A-B honor roll. general shop honors biology I, Rowley, Brena L. Skeen, RussellL. Shuford, Maxine Ann Starling, Cyn-
City Clerk Neil Tucker announcedthat council that terms of three coun- The straight-A students are, by Spanish II, advanced American Trainor, Sharon L. Vessel, Betty thia L. Taylor, Maria E. Thomas
the three bids received had been cilmen would expire September 30, grade: history & government, geometry, Tammy L. Thomason Anna M.
opened for the purchase of chlorineby and qualifying will open July 21 for and honors English 10. Ward, Pamela L. Willingham.
the city. those persons wishing to run for the Seniors: THE BRADFORD
The low bid was submitted by the offices. Councilmen whose terms expire Lynn Holtzendorf, daughter of Mr. Freshmen : COUNTY TELEORAPH Sophomores... Robert E.
current supplier Chemicals Inc., are: Group 1, Bobby Biggs; and Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf of Starke. Alisha J. Gruen, daughter of Dr. Published Thursday Boone, Jason M. Brown, Jennifer L.
with a bid of $340 per ton was accepted Group 3, Jimmy Crosby; Group 5, Miss Holtzendorf was enrolled in and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. every Brown, Todd M. Gillenwaters, Janet
on Tucker's recommendation. Travis Woods. standard world history physics, Miss Gruen was enrolled in Spanish at 135 W. Call Street L. Kennedy, Richard D. Kimutis,

Tucker said the preliminary brass band, Spanish II, comparative I, food & nutrition, algebra I, per- Starke. Florida 32091 Stephanie O'Steen, Kamlesh D.
budget will be completed within the economic systems honors English sonal fitness, honors English 9, fun Second Class postage paid at Patel Lora E. Sapp, Angel R. Spell,
Rezone two parcels. next 10( days and budget hearingswill 12, and jazz ensemble. damental business skills, and honors Starke. Florida Richard L. Taylor.Freshmen. .
Janet Turner (Title) advised the be held the latter part of August. Rita Terese Richardson, daughterof physical science.
Mr. and Mrs. AI Richardson of Subscription Rates: ... Patricia K. Bath,
Melrose and the valedictorian of the AHonor Roll : In-trade area: $12.00 per > car Michelle L. Becker Shawna J.
Class of 1986. Miss Richardson was Blom Yvonne E. Bobo, Sheryl L.
New Principal Goes enrolled in advanced American The 64 students including 18 $7.00 six months Brazell, Michele L. Bronson, Laura
seniors 16 juniors, 11 sophomores,
history & government, tutorial program Outside area: $13 per )ear
and 19 freshmen, on the A-B honor
law studies comparative roll Sfi,SO months See Page 7
are, by grade:
economic systems, honors English
12, humanities from 1500 and study .
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John Anthony Mazzella, 35, of Sherri C. Harrell daughter of Mr.
Middleburg was introduced to the and Mrs. William Harrell ol Last NAPA sold
school board Monday night June 30, F Brooker. Miss Harrell was enrolledin year;
as the new principal of Bradford analytic geometry, physics
Middle School. world history, chemistry I

"After a thorough search of two honors English. 11, photography anc two auto parts
months which involved the process- study hall.Melissa
A. Miller, daughter of Mr
ing of approximately 20 applicants,
including candidates from four other t and Mrs. James Miller of Starke
states and after intensive interviewing Miss Miller was enrolled in anatomy for every man woman child.
and careful check of all creden- & physiology, standard English 11 ..
standard world
geometry history
tials and recommendations Mr.
Duncan (Supt. Jim) and I are con- drawing & painting, guitar I, anc America.That's
hall.Phillip and in
vinced that Dr. John Mazzella is the study dog
R. Moore son of Mr. and .
man for the job as Bradford Middle
Mrs. Paul Moore of Starke. Moore
School Asst. Supt.
principal was enrolled in woods, geometry,
McKinney wrote to the
Dewey standard English 11, drawing and
school board in a June 19 letter introducing -
II earth & science,
painting space
Dr. Mazzella to the school M
board members. standard world history, and study
"John's educational and experience -

background, combinedwith Sophomores:
his enthusiam energy level
philosophy of education (child, student Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and
oriented), and philosophy of Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.
Brown was enrolled in algebra II,
school discipline, convinces us thatwe've
found the right person for the geometry, honors biology I, Spanish
job," wrote McKinney. II, advanced American history &
Dr. Mazzella has been dean of government, honors English 10, and
students/assistant principal at Dr. John MazzellaNew
David M Thorpe, son of Mr. and
Orange Park Middle School from
BMS Principal
Thoroe of Starke
Mrs. Robert
1981 to the present.From 1976-86 Dr.
Mazzella was also a social studies -.-
teacher in the Clay County Adult
Educational Program. He was also
administrator in charge of summer WATERS GROCERYHwy
school at Orange Park Middle
School 1981-86. 301 Lawtey 782.3737

From 1977-1981 he was a fifth Ad Good July 3- July 17Quantity
grade teacher at Montclair Elemen- Rights Reserved e

tary School, Orange Park. In 1976-77 .
Mazzela taught ninth grade social .,...r.,. .. -.\:. .
studies in Orange Park. From 74-76 f, .'- r
he was a sixth grade teacher at .

Grove Park Elementary School \
Orange Park. His teaching intern- .
ship in 1974 was in the fourth grade.Dr. .t."r
Mazzella's wife, Susan is a 1 \, .... ." .'''.-'1'
guidance counselor at J.L. Wilkinson :.. ..::.;
Middle School in Clay Hill. They <
have two children: Michael, 6, and Round 18 oz. Kraft
Amanda, 2. Steak "lb., $2.29.M.69 BBQ Sauce

Dr. Mazzella's employment was All Meat w SmoKey or Regular
included in the personnel action of Stew lb. 600,000,000 NAPA parts! Almost So you can count on NAPA parts to fit
the school board Monday night June $1.19
30, and was officially employed. He Beef Liver .lb.69G four for every air on the road. Every right and work right.
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PaKrl1!( TKI.K.H\IMI. July 3, 18NH

I fJ In! 1914 Starke Celebrated the Fourth As Never Beforefrom


I'iiuc was! when the 4th of July was a big "deserted village" described In a post-

d.1I11II SUirkiand. Bradford County-but no Fourth issue of the Telegraph in 1922 whena was enjoyed "t the Armory during the Chattanooga,while a great many assembled -
more frustrated news-seeking reporter wrote: .r afternoon and far into the evening. on the spacious verandas and the shady

This. Fourth will be different, of course, "The Fourth was celebrated in Starke bya The business men of the town generally lawns of the Burrin House as spectatorsand
bcc.iusf of the extravaganza being staged grand, orchestral silence. The town was contributed liberally toward financing the participants in the great tournamentof
in New York City to celebrate the 100th anniversary as quiet as the North Pole after Dr. Cook affair, and the good wives of the community the "crack crouquet cranks" of Brad-
of the Statue of Liberty. had left for home, and as silent as a hall in furnished the baskets of eatables that ford County.

Hut most folks here will be sitting by the | which William Jennings Bryan lectures on have made Bradford County famous. "At 11 o'clock an intermission was
TV Mulching the goings-on! at New York evolution. ordered and the players proceeded to caterto
lluriior.! joining in festivities being staged "Mr. Hull and Mr. Darby (two of the Earlier CelebrationsAnd the wants of the Inner-manlirllng up for
bour nearby neighbors, Keystone town's leading Call Street merchants) the good times started rolling as far lemonade, watermelon, strawberry wine,
Heights!: and Lake Butler Others will be have their places ornamented with flags in Christmas with which to celebratethe back as 1888 when The Telegraph reportedon and the fragrant Havana cigars. Other
trying to cool off at area lakes and honor of the day we didn't celebrate. The day. He ventured out In the yard to ex- "One of the most enjoyable picnics ever fluid extracts (herein nameless) were on
foearht"- only small boy remaining in town had plode it, but in the pervading,distilled,and attended. "It was held at Sparkman's hand as occasion demanded. Of the
But diul-largc Starke will be like the carefully hoarded a small firecracker filtered silence, it sounded as loud as a bridge near the elegant residence of our elaborate dinner nothing need be said.
cannon cracker, and the poor boy esteemed friend Mr. Wade Sparkman. On The broiled chicken, the rich soups, the
frightened out of his wits, ran home andhid arriving at his place I found over 400 of the toothsome sweet corn, the mealy potatoes,
\ under the bed for the rest of the day'I" neighboring citizens representing entire the beautiful tomatoes, the fragrant bread,
\ \ { families. A platform had been erected,and etc.,were all enjoyed and the occasion was
But it was not always thus in the days dancing had already begun with music by one of the estimable hostess's proudest
Lii&t1{ ; \ ; : ; ]IS before fast motor cars and four lane the Baisden Brothers of Starke. triumphs."
; highways made it possible for 95 percent of
the populace to evacuate the town in
search of excitement elsewhere.In .

1914, for instance, the town was hum-
ming with holiday activities sponsored by
the local "Board of Trade" (forerunner to
uit our present Chamber of Commerce).

If ppyIJirtltdlY In its July 10, 1914 issue, The Telegraph
proudly reported:

"Starke celebrated Uncle Sam's Birth-
day as never before. It Is estimated that
the city entertained 3,000 visitors from
Bradford and adjoining counties--the
q\; largest crowd ever gathered here on any
occasion. People arrived on foot, on'
\ horseback, in buggies and automobiles, byrail
f and all other kinds of vehicles.'
81merJc Airplanes were still unheard of, of course.

< "Chief of Police Silas Kite and Sheriff

:: vent Denmark any took disorder extra that precautions would mar to pre-the Baseball games used to be a Fourth of July highlight in the

I ., festivities of the day, but a more orderly "Good Ole Days".
crowd of the same size was never gatheredin
i I
one place.
Iw CitsGgE .SM,4 w ,; "After dinner, Mr. N.C. Petit, heading Coming of the Auto
"The main feature of the day was the
>[/ quite a crowd of patriotic citizens called
old-fashioned picnic and barbecue at the
Mr. S.F. Gardiner to read the
't upon Invention
But by 1916, that new-fangled ,
.. city park on Church Street, where
yLet :: Declaration of Independance to a most at-
,- barbecued beef and chicken pilau were tentive audience. the horseless carriage, was coming into
r served in abundance. Baskets and boxes of general use, and holidays in Starke were
other eatables including cakes, pies, and "Then, with a livelier step than ever, the starting to assume the "DesertedVillage"image.
homemade ice cream prepared the merry belles and beaus tripped the light .
fantastic toe, and all seemed bent on a
good ladies of the town were spread on After the Fourth of 1916 a saddened
long tables under the pine trees for the enjoyment pleasant time. Telegraph editor wrote:

of all. Lawtey Stages Big BangThe "The Fourth just passed was like all recent -
"Only one little hitch occurred to mar Fourths in Starke. The town was as
the occasion. Before the tables could be bustling town of Lawtey seems to deserted
as an English village when a Ger-
properly spread with all the sumptiousfood have gone off with the honors for hovers
man zeppelin over it. Almost
rain cloud the Fourth in 1890. Here's what every
a threatening stampededthe store in town was closed. Chief Kite saw an
crowd and an assault was made upon The Telegraph had to say about the goingson unmuzzled
stray dog and drew his to
the tables them clean. in that city: gun
sweeping young shoot the poor creature. But he couldn'tmuster
"Tickets for free automobile rides were "The Fourth was ushered in at sunriseby up courage enough to break the
issued by the hundreds, and the proud the ringing of bells and the booming of silence, and silently put his gun away".
jitney owners were kept busy for several cannon. The American Flag was unfurledin Fourths since then have less
more or
the breeze from the staff of the
hours providing rides around town for lofty
followed that
pattern, and this one will
guests of the city. Free motion pictures at Academy building."In .
us dedicate the day, Independence Day, to those Hopson Theatre were also much ap- short order, all the youth in town always likely be flip the and same.switch Of course and watch, we can the

dauntless soldiers at Valley Forge to the courageous farsighted preciated by the visitors. were busy in various ways and all degreesof dazzling fireworks surrounding Lady
"At 3:30: in the afternoon a free baseball uproar, from cannon down to Chinese Liberty.
leaders who signed the Declaration of Indepen- game between the Starke Grays and the crackers.Many enjoyed the picnic at Lake

dence, and to the hundreds of thousands of others who Jacksonville Red Sox was witnessed at Kingsley, others had a lawn fete at the Have a Safe and Sane
and Duncan Park by the largest crowd ever beautiful country residence of Mr. Sayles, Fourth of July....
helped form our history, winning for us our congregated in that enclosure. Dancing and still others took in the excursion to Buckle Your Seat Belt!

our liberty, creating our precious way of life. On this two "

hundred and tenth American birthday celebration we :
Forestry in Bradford County- On the Subject of Trees
wish you and yours a glorious fourth of July holiday!

By David W.Norton "punch-hole" methods. of assuming the amount of water suppliedby
Bradford County Forester The broadcast method is the easiest and an automatic timed sprinkler systemfor
can be used where there is no thick sod the lawn is enough to maintain the tree.
One of the nice things about living in cover beneath the tree. The fertilizer is This is not always true. Soil moisture is
Florida is the short time it takes newly measured out and broadcast evenly directly related to the time between rain-
planted trees to produce shade. Many of beneath the tree's falls and the amounts
dripline (that area span- average daily
Who Were These Men ? our native trees grow two to three feet per ning the outermost branches of the tree). temperatures and humidities, and the

year. The fertilizer is then worked in to the thickness of the soil cover. These variables
But as much as trees add to our land- ground with a hoe or rake and watered in. make it necessary to measure the output of
scape, they are also one of the most The the and down to
punch-hole method entails using a system physically dig see
As we celebrate the Fourth of July simply as a politician. neglected items in landscape pipe or old broom handle to punch holes 12 how far the water has penetrated the soil.

this year we should be reminded of Although they came from widely maintenance. The Florida Division of to 18 inches beneath the sod. These holes Adjustments should then be made to provide
what happened on that day, 210 years Forestry advises that a solid maintenance evenly spaced one to two feet apart extra water when nature fails us. It is
diverse and varied these
backgrounds, schedule should include annual pruningand beneath the tree's that these tree maintenance
ago, in the City of Philadelphia. dripline allow for an important
fifty-six men had one important quality fertilization,and in a low rainfall year, even distribution of the premeasured fertilizer items be programmed into your annual
Fifty-six bold and daring Americans in common: They all loved freedomand irrigation of all trees and shrub vegeta- for the tree. Do not punch any holes landscape work plan. Trees add value to I

from thirteen British colonies put their independence enough to be willingto tion.Pruning closer than 3 feet from a large tree or your property, shade your home and are
is important throughout all tree
damage to the root collar result. an Inexpensive source of energy savings
behind may
fears* them and gathered give their lives for liberty.
development stages. Initially is
Irrigation should become a regular tree when one stops to consider the minimal
together to sign a Declaration of In- done to shape the tree and to reduce its maintenance item cost of preventative maintenance.For .
And in the bitter and often desperatefive especially in years like
dependence. No more famous and en- that water loss through transpiration. As the this where rainfall is below average. A more information of tree care con-
of war followed beforeAmerica's
during document has ever been written years tree matures, pruning involves removal of common mistake made in irrigation is that tact your county forester's office.
independence was finallywon diseased and dead branches. This helps to
or signed. many of the fifty-six signers of the overall health of the tree and
These fearless fifty-six Americanswere the Declaration served actively in that the risks of limbs destroying property .

fully aware that by writing and struggle for freedom. To insure their The values most important during high aspect winds.of pruning is Drunk Driving Laws Get Tougher

signing this bold declaration they were victory, these fifty-six American where to plan the cut. NEVER LEAVE A -

actually risking their own lives. If cap- patriots mutually pledged their lives, STUB. All cuts should be made flush with
tured by the British, all would have their fortunes, and their sacred honor. either the branch or tree trunk. This allows Florida was already credited with the State officials estimate that more
been summarily hanged for treason. the tree to quickly recover and seal the cut toughest drunken driving laws in thecountryand than 18 percent of first DUI offenders
Such were the men who, 210 years area. A slow healing wound allows more now they're even tougher, have a .20 readme In 1984, for instance,
Yet not a single one hesitated a mo- ago, in a place known now as In- extensive decay to develop before the tree thanks week's special to changes legislative enacted session.in last out of 62,981 DUI cases 11,589 drivers

ment to sign the defiant declarationthat dependence Hall, struck the first blow can seal off the exposed wood. The new changes crack down registered .20 or higher

was to change the course of for freedom and independence in whatis Pruning a large or heavy branch requires especially hard on "very drunk" The new bill also increases the
undercutting the branch. Undercut- drivers, raises the penalties, and closesa drivers license from
merica for all time. To this very day, now our United States. suspension period
ting approximately one-third of the way number of loopholes which allowed six months to one year for drivers who
a firm and heavily inked signature is This year, the Fourth of July is more through the branch will insure that when some DUI drivers to fall through the refuse to take the blood alcohol test
called/ the signer's "John Hancock," a significant than before since it the final overcut is made (1-2 inches in cracks. after their arrest. This loophole allowed
tribute to the President of that First ever from the undercut) the bark will not peel Under the law, now in effect, a driver many drunken drivers to get off with
marks the 100th Anniversary of the of- off the tree as the branch falls to the whose blood-alcohol level is .10 percentor just a six-month suspension by refusingthe
Independent Congress assembly, who ficial dedication of the Statue of Liberty ground. higher is considered to be "legally test.
signed his name so large in order that in New York harbor--the symbol of Annual fertilization helps to keep a tree impaired" while driving. The new law
"King George can read it without his and vigorous and able to maintain the advan- effective October 1 increases the DUjpenalty The stiffer law also raises the penalty
glasses. freedom Independence proclaimedby tage when insects and diseases attack. To from a minimum of $250 to a from a maximum of five years to a
those who signed the Declaration of fertilize, one of two techniques can be used maximum of $500 if the alcohol contentIs maximum of fifteen years for leavingthe
Like that Fourth of July 210 Independence in 1776. .20. scene of an accident involving
years by the homeowner: the broadcast or vehicular homicide. It also providesthat

ago, ours today is also a time of deep This year's Independence Day will out-of-state drunken drivers can
and pervading troubles for Americans, be celebrated thousands pay $10 per hour instead of performingthe
but we should still take time to think of by upon minimum 50 hours of community
thousands Americans County Agent's Notebook .
of gathered fromall service when they return home.A
the pluses as well as the minuses and parts of the country in New York
consider how the breed who standard Is set for
of men new tough
City to pay homage to "Miss Liberty"and by Bobby L. Taylor
with four or more DUI convic
gave birth to our country on July 4, admire the multi-million dollar County Extension Agent tions. The potential maximum fine will

1776 would have dealt with these pro- restoration that brought back the double from $2,500 to $5,000, and insteadof

blems. beauty and inspiration possessed when Pork Producers Vote Next Week get up live.to one year In prison, they could

Their average age was only 44, con- first unveiled 100 years ago. Millions
sidered young by modern standards of more Americans will be watching this Area pork producers have the opportunity Temple Ave. The office will be open for After October 1, repeat DUI offenderswill
in U.S. Department of voting each day from 8001200100500.: : : : be required to show financial
to participate a
longer life spans. Nineteen of them historic event on television.This Agriculture sponsored statewide election, Pork producers can vote in any county in responsibility and complete a driver

were lawyers, nine were planters, nine majestic monument to our July 7-11, to help select Individuals for appointment their home State after signing a voter safety course In order to get their
merchants, four physicians, and two to an industry-wide body that registration list certifying that they are licenses renewed after the suspension
freedom as a nation still stands as a State. period ends.
in that
each were farmers, public officials, shining beacon of hope and faith for will administer a promotion, research and pork producers
and landowners. Others were a com and child who consumer information order for pork. Pork producers are urged to vote in per- Only in one instance does the new law
every man, woman All in our area are en- son at the County Extension Office. If thatis some drunken drivers a break. It
bination of vocations, including one pork producers give
values the better life brought to couraged to vote in the elections. Can- not possible, an absentee voting packet will allow drunken drivers with five-
who combined the clergy with his postas Americans by the document whose didates receiving the highest number of containing a ballot and registration form year or ten-year license revocations to

a college president. One surveyor, signing we celebrate this Fourth of July votes in each State will be eligible for ap- may be obtained from Jim Epstein, Na- be eligible for "hardship licenses" In
Samuel Adams, described himself pointment by the Secretary of the U.S. tional Pork Producers Election, P.O. Box one and two years respectively, basedon
Department of Agriculture to the State's 23762 Washington, D.C. 20026-3762; their records of good behaviour. The
allotted positions on the National Pork telephone (202) 4755407. Absentee ballots idea was to encourage drunken driversto
Producers Delegate Body. must be postmarked by July 11, and reform their ways.
received at the above address no later than
The Delegate Body, consisting of approximately July 18.Votes. One drunken truck driver took a toll of
165 producers, Including two four lives in Bradford County last year
each of the will be tallied at 9 a.m. on July 15 and several other highway deaths ana
members representing
or more at the local county office of USDA'S critical injuries in this area were
50 States and four importers will be
all Agricultural Stabilization\ and Conservation alcohol related In 1985.
responsible for administering aspectsof Service. The public is invited to be
the pork order. present at this official counting, and the Florida can take pride In leading the
Voting in Bradford County will take results will be forwarded to the Secretaryfor nation by setting stiffer penalties
Just one square inch of the Sun's surface shines with the Intensity of 300,000 candles. place at the Extension Office, 2266 North consideration. against drunk driving on Its highways.

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Norman-Griffis Webb-Brown "1'') ,I ,
New 1; i
Engagement AnnouncedMr. Engagement Announced .q

Social Side Club NewsO. Mr. & Mrs. Loyd Webb of Hamp i f Arrival ,

& Mrs. Richard H. Norman of A. NoticesChurch ton announce the engagement of )
the their daughter Janice Marie
Lawtey announce the engagement of .
'J Items Donald
Barry Brown of Mr. &
their daughter Barbie to Robert Tara Lynn TillotsonBill
Mrs. Kenneth Brown also
: of Hamp-
Griffis, son of Linda Sands of Mac- News and Rhonda Tillotson of Lawtey
clenny and Homer Griffis of Lawtey. "9.1- J ton.The
h WeddingsReceptions Bride-elect is a graduate of proudly announce the birth of a
The Bride-elect is a graduate of \ Calvary Chapel Christian School. daughter, Tara Lynn, born Friday,
Bradford High and is employed by June 27 in Jacksonville.
; Donald is a graduate of Hampton
Western Steer Parties Christian and is Maternal grandparents are Larry
itil' Academy employed
Her fiance is a graduate of Baker
by Davis Gas Co. of Gainesville. and Geraldine Norman of Lawtey.
County High School and is employedby
The wedding is set for Friday Ju- Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs.
Florida Wire and Cable. ly 4, 1986 at 4:00: p.m. at the First Ola Starling also of Lawtey.
The wedding is planned for July 25
Baptist Church of Hampton with a Paternal grandmother is Mn
at 7:30: at the Cinnamon Street
p.m. reception to follow. Myrle Sheedy of Miami.
Baptist Church in Middleburg.No Travel Holds All friends and relatives invited
Champion Open House are
invitations are being sent out. ,
.. to attend.
-- -- All relatives and friends are invitedto
Barbie Norman & Robert Grlffis attend. New River Bapt.

Awards Several PrizesJune B-U) Board of Realtors Plans RevivalThe

Wayne and Olivia Harper Meeting ScheduledThe New River Baptist Church

6 was "Open House" for Macclenny won a discount on a officers and directors of the will hold special revival services
Host Rehearsal DinnerWayne Champion Travel. cruise on the SS Emerald Seas for a Bradford-Union Board of Realtors through the week of Monday, July

During the afternoon hours, a trip four night cruise. will meet Monday, July 7, for a 14, through Sunday July 20.
& Olivia Harper were the candles. for two was given away to Mr. A Many nice door prizes were given "brown bag"' lunch at the Chamberof Rev. Ben Peacock will be the
hosts at the rehearsal dinner in The seating arrangements were Mrs James McCrae. Eastern away including flight bags, t-shirts Commerce at 12:00: noon. aimed special evangelist at this revival
honor of their son, Timmy Harper's marked with mauve placecards Airlines presented the trip for two, pens, key holders, cards, golf balls, The general meeting will be heldon to particulary of at youths, but
wedding on Friday, June 27, at the decorated with tiny ribbons and roundtrip coach class tickets to and miscellaneous items. Tuesday,July 15, at 8:00: a.m. for open Revival people ages.
Western Steer Steak House. flowers. anywhere in the continental United Also, Mr. Albert Miskuff of Inter "danish & coffee" in the private din- services will be held on
The U-shaped tables were covered States and good for ing room of the Chicken Factory.All Monday through Friday from 7-9
The host presented the mother of one year. lac hen won a trip to Nashville at the church.No .
with mauve and white cloths. Each Mr. & Mrs. Roland Stern the members are urged to attend. p.m.
the bride Mrs. Janice Joiner, and won (Opryland USA) leaving on August Saturday service will be held
table was centered with an arrangement the bride-elect. Miss Dawn Joiner, a discount on the Carnival Cruise line 7. President Cecelia Terwillegar said. but the will ,
of mixed pink and mauve car- corsage as a memento of the occa- which could be applied to either a 3-4 This is by the buslines, Sunways tinue with special Homecoming fellowship services con-on

nations interspersed with votive sion. The couple presented gifts to day cruise or 7 day cruise. Tours, which offers all the comfortsand McCall-Tyson Sunday, July 20, when Rev. Peacockwill
candles flanked with burning/ votive the wedding party. Mr. & Mrs. William; Russell ofHOW'S conveniences of travel. Family ReunionSet close out the revival.

Dinner on the grounds will be heldat
Did You Know American Legion Installs New '86-'87 OfficersThe for July 4-6 the church on Sunday and a group

The McCall-Tyson family reunion photograph for the church directorywill

George & Bernice Huggins, AI & will be held July 4, 5, and 6 at the be taken. Don't miss it!

Violet Crosby, Beverly Blackshear Jones-Lan ford-White Post Hess; Historian-Jerry Hitch; Sgt-at- home of Albert and Miriam Tyson in
Evelyn Griffin, Agnes Heath No. 56 of the American Legion held a arms-John J. Wadovsky; Service Starke. On Sunday, July 6, the family
Jeraldine Hooten, Agnes Knowles St. George's Church special meeting on June 29 to install Officer-William S. Haas. will join in a combined church ser- Community News

Joyce Richerd and Lillian Stump t Mission new officers. The meeting was call- District and state officers were vice with Pleasant Grove United Elizabeth Walker
were among those taking an "out ed to order by Commander Brown present for the installation and Methodist Church at 11:00: a.m. 961-6683
West" tour June 11 June 25 with' All Welcome who then turned the meeting over to spoke briefly they were: Northern The Young Adult Choir of Pleasant The thirty-second annual sessionof
Marion & Madge Channel. District Commander Bud Miller who Area Commander-Jake Steiner; 4th Grove will be singing and the the District Sunday School and
The group visited several sites and Sunday Services.. 11 am installed the following officers: District Commander-Bud Miller; speaker will be Rev. Joseph Gordonof B.T.U. Congress of Christian Educa-

toured in Carlsbad, New Mexico, in- Does Bradford County need a youth Post Commander-Robert L. 4th District Chaplian-Irving Trosell; St. Petersburg. tion with Rev Alphonso Jenkins,
cluding the caverns; El Paso, TX;; recreation program?Let me know-call. Brown, Jr.; Post Adjutant-Albert L. 4th District Sgt-at-arms-Teddy Ar- Everyone is invited to attend the President, auxiliary to the Mount
Juarez, Mexico; the Grand Canyon; 782.3080 1 Crosby Jr.; Vice Commander- nowioz; Northern Area Auxiliary service. Sinai Missionary Baptist Associa-
the Petrified National Forest and Jimmy Epps; Vice Commander- President-Helen Steiner. Centel tion with Rev. A.J. Simmons,
Painted Desert. The group also Rev. John George Wilson Everett M. Stallings; Finance The next regular meeting will be Employees Moderator will convene with
toured Big D and Southfork where Eastern Orthodox Officer-Joe Gissy; Chaplain-Carlos held Tuesday, July 8 at 8:00: p.m. Getting July 4 Off Jerusalem Baptist Church Olustee,
the TV program Dallas is filmed. Florida on July 17, 18, 19. & 20,1986.
The group took in several Indian Most employees of Central Bring your Bible daily. Transpor-
shows, outdoor theatre dinners and Telephone Company of Florida will tation will be provided as the churchvan
shows, visited several museums, THE FAMILY? have off on Friday, July 4, to (NBBC) will leave each morn
mountain and desert areas as wellas celebrate Independence Day with ing at 9:00: a.m.Jo .
touring a number of cities in the their families

eight states traveled during the tour. By Rev. Kirkland "....._".....".............".........-. ................J...........finrr""--miff'i,..."...." '
Pastor Kingsley Lake Baptist Church VACATIONBIBLE Hours 10.5:30: M-F j
Leroy Thomas, Jr., son of Mr. & THE FAMILY VACATIONThe Af 10-4 Sat
Mrs. Leroy Thomas, Sr. of Starke SCHOOLAT fl S South 301 Plaza

recently graduated from the U.S. ((904) 9648547Sldrkr
Army, First School in Munich, Ger following is a letter I recently received: A Speciality Gift Shop

many. "Do you have any ideas on how to help someone who is dying very quicklyof Smyrna Missionary I I I
He is presently stationed in a brain tumor? My uncle is and I don't know what to say to him if I get
GarlMedt, Germany, where he is home to see him. What can you say to comfort the family-brothers,sisters, 3 Baptist ChurchCorner "Happy Birthday America"Just

serving as 1st Sgt. of Hdqrt. Co. children? of Pratt & Myrtle St. in tune for your summer trips: beach, mountains, cruises or I
498th Support Battalion. I hope the Clay Today continues to keep"How's the Family?". I read it all July 28 Aug. 1 just shopping. Canvas totes in 4 sizes co-ordinate market
the time. loved your article "Celebration of Motherhood". Some stuff real I
Elbert Goins and friend, Lisa, of ly struck home as I'm the mother of a 21/2 year old, borderline hyperactivewho 7:00.9:00: Nightly minders, scratch pads, recipe cards. Handcrafted on Martha's1'ineyard

Clio, S.C., visited his daughters, is into temper tantrums.I Island just for you!
Rosa Lee and Sally Goins, this past certainly thank you for your comments and feel for any mother of a 21/2 Everyone Welcome i Closed July 4th Open July 5th 10-4

weekend. The girls were treated to a year old. In fact I'm surprised you actually had time to sit down and write .1" .......a un.........?.mmhhhh..hUUUh.U..........._...--...-..........__-.-n__._.---.-_..............................._...
day at Silver Springs, after which the letter I But now, let's turn to your question.
they returned with their father to First let me share some things NOT to do. When you get around either
S.C. for a months visit. your uncle or his family do not constantly tell them how sorry you are. They
fully realize it is not your fault he is suffering and do not want a ton of sym SAVE
Army Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Ricks and pathy. only reminds them of the pain they already feel and the unresolved
young son,'J.C.,"were guests of his questions they have. Christmas UP TO
sister and family, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Also do not listen to their situation and then say, "I know how you feel".
Wheeler, Jr. on Thursday. The Ricks You know you don't know how they feel at all unless you have gone through a
are from Autrvville. NC. very similar situation. Not only do you know you are exag in 50 %
know you don't know what your re talking about. Don't use this phrase for a n JulyClearance
Christina Carmichael daughter of lack of something else to say. -
Rodney and Phyllis Carmichael Now, let's switch gears and talk for a moment about some things you
celebrated her 5th birthday Satur- should do. They are: : Sale

day, June 28. The cake and decora- 1. Keep your families feelings utmost in your mind. Often we go to see someone L A W--
tions carried out the Cabbage Patch and say things we really shouldn't so inside we can tell ourselves, -ay- -

theme. Among the guests attendingwere "I've done my part". Don't have a selfish motive in seeing him, or his fami These Items Plus Much More.... Now ForChristmas
Christina's great- ly. Go because you genuinely care.
grandparents. Rev. & Mrs. Ray 2. Admit to him and the family you don't know and can't know what they Gold Ball Tri-Color Gold !
Williams. Many other friends and are feeling. I know you may think, "How can I say that isn't it cruel?" On Earrings

relatives attended. the contrary it is honest and they will appreciate it. In fact, people who are I 1/2 Price All 1/3 Off
hurting resent it when others act like they fully understand if they have 3M56mm

Milta Williams, Oletia Crosby, never experienced similar pain. '" CHOICE
Gina & Dennis Jackson were recent 3. Simply "Be There". This is one of the greatest things you can do. Be o LARESONVI
visitors to Cincinnati from June 28 there for a time then leave. Don't become a burden to them on your visit. l V. -y J WAWONO AND AVAILABLE IN GENUINE RUBIESOR
July 1 where they all enjoyed Sun- They have enough to keep their minds busy. But they will remember that Your Choice 49"m IADIES ELEGANT

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They all enjoyed a Cincinnati Reds kinds of questions, don't try to answer them. They don't really want the i I
ball game at River Front Stadium. answers yet. They just want an open ear. fANISM1'k ( "A Nwi RIFm E i. "l/lxk' ';:R' 'r cI o1khIIt
Little Dennis Jackson was lucky 4. Allow them the freedom to go through the grief process. This is especially Y nIAAIOMIAFFRW.I '89940
enough to receive a Cincinnati Reds true after a loved one has died. They will arrive on the other side far uYl'I'IIIHF LINLP '69" II
baseball bat. quicker if they are given that freedom. Saying things like, "You need to be Mn SDMlNn Ir sls.nhrt'Llli uxu-- Rue IIKIAMOND
Their sister, Beulah Cooper, accompanied strong", or "What will people think" are terrible. God created us as emo- (
them on their return trip tional beings. There are times those emotions need to be released. c AND GFN Di
for a two week visit. 5. Finally, if you are a Christian try and find out if you uncle is and his ?R
family. I have seen many people face death and have watched their families. QIYAM(1Nn( { clNUwkoru ri u.uvr AvotARxNnEMn Ann unl
Jennifer Wheeler of Starke; Mike When they all have the security of a personal faith in Jesus Christ,they have mFINAMIIM1UI/FAN1. r A.nIHAYlono f" '12900
and Debi Prescott and daughter, in facing death that no one else does. There is nothing wrong with xllA179" p"'i'q't '89" Y xl l M .,.

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Overstreet of Keystone Heights you, then seek out another family member to do so or a pastor in the area J>"' xM'Ao' \ ,'.
spent the day Saturday at Busch where he is. This is the greatest way you can help them all. 1 HK IIK
Gardens in Tampa. Ed Kirkland Is pastor of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway 16 at _, >.; "I '79m t 11 RIR'169Att FDIXME
Kingsley Lake. You may request nn answer to a personal need or respond to ;;'!::. : o '-----1 N, 1'' Ilk
Marine Sgt. Donald F. Slade, an article by calling his office at S333018 or writing to: HOW'S THE FAMILY _.......... Y I 11NAMONU' /
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Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class HotLII SH / I AND 2 DIAMONDS
Carlton E. Jones, son of David C. FOR IIK 119-
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and Myrtle L. Jones of Lawtey has AMERICAI p i urNI(

reenlisted for five years while serv- I All"'
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with 2nd Force Service Support M''
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1981 graduate of Bradford High our tribute.... \ '69
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Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class personal prayer Is that this work will bring glory to -.n___'_ .,

David Patricia M.A.Sapp Sapp son of of Melrose Albert E.is currently and God and will stir and move the hearts of those who per- Prices Good All Month WiLWilLBe i ClflSfid hf1 4&5f3Tj' -

form and those who listen .
participating in a Europeanand ; ,,

Atlantic deployment while stationed Please Join Us, Sunday July 6 Mcn.-Frl. 94:30::
with Naval Mobile Construction .
Battalion Seven, homeported in 7:00 p.m. for this event! Saturday 9-2'

Gulfport While ,deployed MS. Sapp will participate Directed By: Robert L. Kelley L 104 W. CALL ST. CASK BANK eA:roe' YAWA" I'.

in various construction projects Pastor James Cowart STARKE. FLA 32091 IIIJIJIII!
and .. ; ,
which range from building ... lQlI "I
pier rehabilitation to various Comer Sa less Hwy & SR 16 904.964.7271

smaller projects.



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.all"11TtI.EGRAPIl July 1, I QUA

I Methodist Tops Invitational Slow-Pitch Softball Tourney I

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First United Methodist Church of Parkview Baptist, also from Levi, second baseman Blake, center baseman Lee Austin, third baseman Tournament First Methodist beat -
baseman fielder
Mundorf and short
Starke went all the way undefeatedwith Gainesville, by 10 runs. In the fifth fielder Pat, left fielder Kelly, cat- Jamie Carver, second baseman Ron Hillcrest Baptist of Jacksonville Crawford had, hit.
a 5-0 record to win the Eighth game, Northside lost to HillcrestBaptist cher McTar, and first baseman Hall Thomas and center fielder Timmy each one third
Annual Youth Softball Association from Jacksonville 13-3, plac- each had one hit. Seely each had one hit. 118.FUMC catcher had Hillcrest left fielder Wright,
Stephens three and
baseman B. Legget right
Invitational Men's Slow Pitch Soft- ing them third.
hits, third baseman Gaines had two fielder Smith each had two hits
S. ,
ball Tournament sanctioned FUMC Westside
by the 13. 7 NSB 6, 8MB 2 hits, center fielder
Cooper shortstop center fielder Beckworth and short
Florida Amateur Softball Associa- In game 13 of the Mens Tourna- In game 16 of the Mens Tourna- Francis, pitcher d. Crawford, first fielder Aman each had one hit.
tion and played here June 2728. PV 6, NSB 4 ment, First Methodist beat Westside ment, Northside Baptist beat Smyrna
Winning two games in thewinner's Baptist of Gainesville
Missionary Baptist 6-2.
bracket and winning In game 7 of the Mens Slow Pitch
Softball Tournament Parkview FUMC right fielder Rick Northslde second baseman John
in the loser's bracket Stephens
game Hillcrest Baptist from Jacksonvillein put Baptist of Gainesville beat Nor- had four hits shortstop John David Lewis, left fielder Jimmy Alvarez, IN LOVING MEMORY

thside Baptist 64. Parkview short- Francis had three hits, center third baseman David Thigpen. short
second Hillcrest first beat
William's Temple Saints from stop Billy Umlauf, third baseman fielder Cooper and short fielder C. fielder Daryl Hillard, right fielderPat Jeffrey Carlton Parliment

Gainesville 7-6 then beat Parkvlew Kein Clark, first baseman Jim Crawford had two hits, and left Welch and center fielder Buddy
Baptist, also from Gainesville 7-1. Sweat, left fielder Clay Christ, right fielder Prevatt had one hit Revels each had one hit. November 7 1966 to July 2 1985A
Smyrna pitcher Buddy Broughtonand ,
Hillcrest then went on to play First fielder Rick Bryant, and second Baptist center fielder ,
baseman Chris Connelly each had Mike Graziam had two hits, pitcher shortstop Jimmy Schoeningeach
Methodist, who knocked them out of million
had times
one hit. we've needed
Stan Jones ,
one hit. second baseman Stan you
the winner's bracket 7-3. Their first
in the loser's bracket was Northside shortstop Stuart Dun- Mayfield, left fielder Timmy Aydt, A million times we've cried
game FUMC liB
7 3
against Northside Baptist 13-3. They can, first baseman Kenny Chitty, first baseman Gary Mull, and right If love alone could have saved you
again played First Methodist and catcher Pat Welch, and right fielder fielder Greg Sapp each had one hit. In game 19 of the Mens Tourna- You never would have diedl!
had ment, First Methodist beat Hillcrest
Tommy Kelly one hit.
lost by three runs, placing them se
Graham Jacksonville
11, Sr. Boys 10 Baptist 73.
cond. If all the world
ours to
Northside Baptist placed third. liB 7, WTS 6 In game IS of the Mens Tourna- FUMC right center fielder Cooper, We'd gladly let it

After winning one game in the win- In game 8 of the Mens Tourna- ment, Graham beat the Sr. Boys by shortstop Francis, first baseman Just for another chance go

ner's bracket Northside was knocked ment, Hillcrest Baptist, the second one run, 1110. third baseman Gaines, pitcher How to tell you

out in the second game in the win- place finisher, of Jacksonville won Graham short fielder had three Polka and second baseman much we love you so.

ner's bracket by Parkview Baptist by one run, 7-6, against Williams hits, shortstop Doug Gaines and Johns each had one hit.
from Gainesville 64. Northside went Temple Saints of Gainesville. third baseman Farlen McClellan Hillcrest center fielder You left 114 many loving memories

on in the loser's bracket to beat First Hillcrest third baseman B. Leg- had two hits, left fielder David Beckworth, left fielder Wright, and That we hold precious and so dear

Baptist from Waldo 12-10 in the first gett had two hits, center fielder M. Sparks and right fielder Rick Welch third baseman B. Legget each had But they'll never take the place

game, and won 6-2 in the second Beckwortht, second baseman C. had one hit. one hit.FUMC. Of being here.

game against Smyrna Missionary Leggett, first baseman R. Cain, pitcher Sr. Boys short fielder Randall you
Baptist,9-5 in the third game against M. Tew, and left fielder C. Polk and shortstop Sean Robinson 11, liB 8

Westside Baptist from Gainesville; Wright each had one hit. had two hits, pitcher Johnny In the final game which decided Cod smiled on us when He chose you for our son.

in the fourth game NorfrwinV "bout William TVmplo's pbnrt fielder Jackson, catcher Gary Wise, first first and second place in the Mens For we could search the world world over

And never find another one.

. Try These Delicious Recipies From Worthington SpringsDelectable And He's taken called your you home pain away.If to be.with Him,

saddens us to see you go

delights which arise Katheryn Epperson submitted this your mouth chicken pot pie that is Gradually add broth and milk and But we'll see you again someday.A .
from the pages of the Worthington recipe for a south of the border treat. sure to rival the fanciest dish you cook over medium heat, stirring

Springs Civic Club Cookbook for 1985 can think of. Fayrene Parrish is the constantly until mixture Is thickenedand loving heart

are enough to tempt the pickiest 1 and 1/2 cups self-rising corn meal Union County cook who submittedthis bubbly. Stir in next 6 ingredientsabove. Two beautiful stopped beating.
palate. 3 tablesp. sugar one. eyes closed to rest

From appetizers to deserts, the 3 teasp. baking powder Pour chicken mixture into a highly God broke our hearts,

ladies of Union County really know 4 eggs, beaten 1/2 cup butter or margarine greased 8x12x2 inch baking dish. To prove to us,

"What's Cooking?" 1 cup chopp.d onion 3 tablesp. all purpose flour Top with pastry. Bake at 400 degreesfor He only takes the best.

1 cup bell pepper, chopped 3 cups chicken broth 25 minutes or until crust is golden

Cheese Patti. I cup sour cream 1 cup milk brown. We love
and 1 cup cream style corn 3 cups diced cook.d chlck.n Garnish with sliced carrots and you,Jeff

submitted This quick easy appetizer was 1 cup grated cheese 1 can ((16 ounces) diced, mlx.d parsley, if desired. Yields 6 servings Mom, Dud Sltlrr 61 Bnilher.Viio's .
by Mary Strayer.
vegetables, drained
1/2 cup cooking oil .
1 can ((16 ounces) English peas, drained
1/2 pound ch.ddar cheese Mix all ingredients. Spray or 1/21.asp2 salt
2 sticks oleo
grease a 9x13x2 inch pan. Pour mixture 1/4 teatp. p.pp.r
2 cup. plain flour into pan and bake until golden 1/4 teaip poultry seasoning
2 Rice Krlsples' (trad.mark) PIZZA fdwawB
cup. brown in 350-400/ degree over. Butter pastry (recipe follows) .. poed
1/4 t.a.p. r.d pepperMix top generously while hot. sliced carrots (optional) .. ,: to k C4er g440

parsley (optional) .ttO "at' "
grated cheese with oleo. Add ; 1III'>t9 'II"'t'

flour and red pepper. Mix well and Chicken Pot PI. Melt butter in a heavy dutch oven. t "Largest Pizza In Town" ''">* .

add Rice Krispies. Let stand in Add flour until
stirring smooth.
refrigerator at least one hour. Sometimes the best things in life Cook 1 minute, stirring constantly. 964-5509
Pinch off small pieces of mixture are : simplest, !like this melt-in- ,

and for 8 pat minutes flat. Bake or until in 400 slightly degree brown.oven rffP'o. Free Delivery after 5 p.m. City Limits of Starke

DO NOT brown too much. Makes 9
dozen cheese patties. VACATION EAT IN OR CARRY OUT -

On. Plckl. BIBLE SCHOOLMorgan We Will Bring It to You While You Watch Your TV or VCR
Day -

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1 cup (red and gr..n) peppers, sliced JULY 7-11 ; ... ."._ .-:. ."! "" .ail' ,

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I Legal NoticesNOTICE C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Walnut St., 812 B., North Grand St. necessary Information to be entered In Publication of this Notice has begunon

.. FL 32091 964-8848. Storks, FL 32091 the minutes and In the supplementalminutes July 3, 1986.Attorney .
/ 2tchg 7/4 Attn: Tower as herein prescribed for Personal
OF INTENTIONTO .ith.r before service on Petitioner's attorney 904-964-6280 EXt. 237 or 249 I Itur TERENCE. BROWN. PA.

REGISTER or Immediately thereafter; otherwise NOTICE OF AUCTION P.O. Drawer
FICTITIOUS NAME a judgment will be entered for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Tower currently lighted NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. Starke, FL 32091
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida relief demanded In the petition EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Height: 245 feet day July 14, 1986 at 10.00: o'clock a.m., ((904))964.8272
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the WITNESS my hand and seal of thi.court AND FOR Leg Diameter: 2 3/8 Inches the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, By:TERENCE M. BROWN
undersigned on 18th of June 1986. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Face Diameter: 42 Inches Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at

FRANCES JOHNSON GILBERT CASE NO.: 86-175-CA 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville FL, one lot Personal Representative:
JANET M. LOWERY CLERK OF THE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Remove loose paint 'from tower of cleaner consigned to Olivo & Ramos JOYCE LEE BARBER

joint owners, doing business under the BY: Beulah M. ASSOCIATION Point tower Auto Parts, Hlaleah, Fla. to satisfy 7/3 2tchg 7/10
firm name of FROND IDEAS P.O. Box As Deputy Plaintiff, Paint type: Rohn Spec RustoleumEnielee freight and storage charges, under the
376 Lake Geneva Florida 32660 Intends 6/26 tchg 7/17 .. Type or Eq., for galvanized surface provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
to register said fictitious name 1. KING. LOIS KING FLORIDA NA. Standard Bill of Lading.
under the aforesaid statute. BANK WALTER/ E. KEARBEYX Paint Pattern: Per F.A.A. Gator Frelghtways. Inc.. Carrier NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

Dated the 11th day of Jun., A.D. 1986In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM-. KEARBEY, EDGAR"H. DUKES, All painting to take place after 4 p.m. or 14-771231 dtd 5/6/86 FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME

Bradford County. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DUKES. FLEET FINANCE. INC., on weekends. 7/3 2tchg 7/10 Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
CASE NO. and UNITED STATES OF Secure all loose hardware and ground Statutes, notice is hereby given that theundersigned
Glenn Grubbs, 2870 CreekSt.
IN RE: The Marriage of wires NOTICE OF AUCTION
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BONIFAY J. GRANT Husbandand Defendants.' Tighten and retention all guy cables with NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. ., Middleburg. FL 32068 sole owner
REGISTER NOTICE OF ACTION the use InlineDynamometerProvide day July 14, 1986 at 10:00 oiclock a.m.. doing business under the firm name of

FICTITIOUS NAME LOU E. GRANT Wife : WALTER E. KEARBEY and JANET M. Copy of liability Insurance the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, Advanced Electronics Heating and Air

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida NOTICE OF ACTION Defendants Last Known Ad. Begin work within ten ((10)) days of being Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at Call Conditioning St., Stork.Service. FL 32091 and Sales, 416, E.
Statutes, notic. Is h.r.by given that the ,TO: LOU E. GRANT ...: notified by telephone of successful Con- 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one register laid fictitious name, under the to
undersigned Address Unknown Rout.4, Box 467 tract award lot of prtd matter consigned to Diane aforesaid .
Thomson Submit billing at the time of completionBid Buchana, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to satisfy statute.Dated
Walter E. Heope, Sr. Georgia 30824 this
30 day of June, A.D., 1986In
freight and storage charges, under the
whose last known address
Mary Carol Heaps was opening: August 4, 1986 at 10:00 Bradford County.
joint owners doing business under the Route 1. Box 620 H. DUKES and DEBORAH DUKES, provisions of Section 4b( ) of. Uniform 7/24
a.m. 7/3 4tpd
firm name of Santa F. Insulation 'Inc., Arcadia FL 33821 .'. Last Known Address: Bradford Board of County Commission Standard Bill of Lading.
1105 W. Madison St.. Intends to register P.O. Box 340542 Meeting Room Gator Freightways. Inc., Carrier
said fictitious name under the aforesaid YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action C'a 5507 Taylor Road 7/33tchg7/l7 Pro.02-715950 dtd 5786732tchg710
statute. dissolution of marriage has been 'lled.and Tampa. Florida 33694-0542

Dated this 17 day of Jun., A.D. 1986 In you are required to serve a copy YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac KNOW ?
Bradford County. you written defenses, if any, to It to foreclose a mortgage on the PROPOSED SCHOOL BOARD DID YOU
6/19 4tpd 7/10 Petitioner's attorney whose name described property in Bradford RULE CHANGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
address MYRON C. PREVATT, JR.. Florida: 6Gx4-6.13 Financial Records.(1) .-. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Drawer 790. Keystone Heights, East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE ( ) The financial records! and accountsof BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Look at a medicine package
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 32656 Telephone: ((904)) 73. 993. on / all In Section! 23. Townshlpj6South! the school board shall be kept by the.up.rlnt.nd.nt CASE NO.: 86-24-CP before you buy It for these
date of : the forms and as IN RE: Estate of
before :20 days from the on
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 22 East excepting county graded signs:
this and file regulations of the State JESSIE LEE BARBER
CASE NO. 86-21"-CA publication of notice, prescribed by e No bits of paper or glueon
IN RE: Th. Marriage of original with the clerk of this been filed against you and you and Board of Education for the uniform DECEASED the rim of containers indicating
either before service on Petitioner's system of financial accountsfor
MICHAEL B. MORROW Husbandand of you are required to serve a copy it once had a seal that'sno
torney or Immediately thereafter: the schools of the state. Where such administration of the Estate of.
written defenses
your if to the longer there.
wise a judgment will be entered for any forms are not prescribed by the stole JESSIE LEE BARBER Deceased File No.:
MORROW Wife on John H. Haswell Plaintiff's e No breaks cracks
will 86-24-CP ((1.3719)), Is in the Circuit or
relief demanded In the petition. board or by law, a uniform system pending
NOTICE address
ACTIONTO Is P.O. Box holes in the outer
WITNESS my hand and seal of thl.Court be established by the school board. Court for Bradford County Florida wrappingor
: MICHAEL B. MORROW Gainesville. Florida 32602. on or for Probate Division the address of which I.Brod'ord protective cover or seal.
voucher shall be approved Is
Address on 18th of June, 1986. 28 ((2)) No
Unknown and.
July 1986. the original
e No disturbance of the
the Courthouse
GILBERT S. payment except In open meeting of County Starke,
your written defenses with the Clerk
shall be drawn Florida 37091. outer covering.
5LEKK OF THE school board.
whose last known address. wa.315NorthNebra.ka this Court before service on Plaintiff's .
Inopen The and addresses of the Personal e The plastic
BY: Beulah M. M only In payment of vouchers approved names or other
or immediately thereafter; Provided Representative and the PersonalRepresentative's shrink band does
As Deputy meeting of the board. ; not appear
default will
be entered
FL 33604 a
6/26 4thcg 7/17 In Section 237.02(3)( ), attorney or. set forth distorted or stretched.It's not
you for the relief. demanded In how.ver'Jur.uant below.
the county been slit or retaped.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that for Complaint or Petition
an action All 'Interested
superintendent and the chairman to approve person are required to e The Inner container
dissolution of marriage has b..n filed WITNESS my hand and seal of this cap
NOTICE OF AUCTION vouchers which become payable file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. is
and you are required to serve a copy of NOTICE Is hereby given that on the 20th day of June 1986. before the next meeting dote In order to THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS tight.The information and

your written defenses, if any to It on and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83 Clerk GILBERT of. S. BROWN receive a cash discount. Also, the board NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate the lot number on the container
the Circuit Court
Petitioner's : and ((2)) objection by an Interested
whose and
attorney name as Self Storage Facility Act. that may authorize the county superintendent any is the same as that on
address MYRON C. PREVATT. JR., P.O. undersigned will sell for cash to By: Beulah Moody and the chairperson to pay utility person to whom notice was mailed that
its outer wrapping box.
Drawer 790 Keystone Heights. Florida highest bidder at 301 South 1642 Deputy Clerk and telephone vouchers. At the next challenges the validity of the will, the or
/ For free
32656 Telephone: ((904)) "73. 993. on or Walnut St., Stork., FL at 10.00a.m.: "tchg 7/17 meeting the school superintendent shall qualifications of the Personal Representative brochure a copy of the
before :20 days from the date of first the 8th day of July. 1986 the contents = present a list of warrants paid since the venue or jurisdiction of the you can write to PA
publication of this notice, and file the !Unit! No. 29 belonging' to Jean Bid Notice last meeting signed by him and the Court. Office of Public Affairs, 1150
original with the clerk of this court containing misc. househoFd goods J : by Tower-County Road Department chairman, giving all detailed and ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Connecticut Avenue, NW
Bradford County Road Dept. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Washington DC 20036.


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Songwriting Contest SetNearly

500 radio stations cable TV's "The Nashville Network" and .
Kentucky Fried Chicken will Join forces during August to launch a nation- ,,
wide talent search for undiscovered songwriters-the lOth Annual Ken-
tucky Fried Chicken Amateur Songwriting Contest.
National contest winners receive a shot at the top-a chance to have
J&'K' tunes recorded Sylvia, the 1986 guest artist, whose songs
"Nobody" and "Drifter'have topped the charts. Sylvia will choose and
record the two winning songs which will be distributed to radio stations
V t nationwide.
"I know how tough It is to break Into the recording industry, having
done It myself," said Sylvia "So I'miust delighted that Kentucky Fried
Chicken has given me the opportunity to help new talent get started.."
In 1985, The Nashville Network catapulted the contest on to network
television.They're on board again this year,offering their spotlight to the
two talented composers who hit the winning notes.
It's a dream come true for the winners.Last year's winning songs were
j I featured on '85 contest guest artist Charly McClain and her singer/hus-
band Wayne Massey's album "When Love Is Right" and were later
released on the flip side of two singles. .
: The contest officially runs August 1 to 30 and is open to any amateur
songwriter who has never had a song distributed nationally. To enter,
songwriters mUSt compose and record an original song, no longer than 3
t 1/2 minutes, on a cassette tape. Entrants may submit as many different
songs as they wish,but each must be submitted on a separate cassette,include
written lyrics and a statement of originality for each,attesting that
each song is original and composed by the contestant
The composer's printed name, address, home and work phone
numbers,signature, date, and song title must also be included on the entry -
Writers may enter through the local radio station cosponsoring the
contest, or mail entries directly to KFC '
Songwriting Contest 86, Box
:- 1800-R( 8033 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood CA 90046. Entries must be
4er postmarked by September 2. Because of the volume of entries, no tapes
j can be returned. Composers of the top ten winning songs will be notified
9 by November IS, 1988. _

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Starke's Dixie Minor All-Stars Second in District Tournament... '

These all-stars team players from the Starke Dixie Minor baseball lfrv Pitcher, Jimmy Brown. JAMBOREE ''
teams placed second to Mlddlebur National In the District Tournament
here last weekend Second row: David Hodge, Damlen Ames Kyle Brown Jason Kilby HAMPTON
Adraln Eddie Norman, Chris
The players are (I-r): Rodney Padgett Alexander Sidney Hall ,
First row: Josh McClellan Brian Smith Vinnie Blye Chris Ross Jef- Coaches CITY PARK .
are Ronnie Padgett, Robert Norman, and Mike Lawson.


Middleburg wins Dixie Youth Tourney JULY ''


Middleburg National came out of Beating Middleburg Am 10-5( June shortstop, had two hits pitcher M: baseman Jimmy Brown had two
the loser's bracket and beat the 26, Middleburg Nat'Ps C. Fortncr. Tinney had one hit, left fielder G. hits, right fielder Adrian Alexanderhad &
previously unbeaten Starke All- right fielder had two hits, third Mack had one hit, and catcher C. one hit, second baseman Brian Picking SingingSTARTS
Stars twice to take District tourna- baseman Jamie Holeman had two Dodgen had one hit. Middleburg Smith had one hit, and pit-
ment championship played in Starke hits, center fielder Marty Schulte Am's pitching included five strike- cher/shortstop Josh McClellan had AT 7 P.M.
this past week. had two hits, catcher Justin outs and six walks, and had five one hit. Starke's pitching included
Other standings: Keystone 1-1, had two hits, shortstop Knit stolen bases. eight strike-outs,five walks,and had Snack Bar Opens at 6 pm *
Middleburg Am (0-1 and L. C. Na- Roberts had one hit, pitcher Ed 10 stolen bases.Keystone's .
tional (0-1 Keller had one hit, and right fielderJ. Starke 14, Keystone 4 pitcher R. Womack
Frazier had one hit. Middleburg Beating Keystone 14-4 June 26, had two hits, left fielder E. Capper
M Nat'l 7, Starke 3 Nat'l's pitching included 11 strike- Starke's Rodney Padgett, left had one hit, and right fielder D. NOT FOR PROFIT
Beating Starke 7-3 June 28, Mid outs and 11 walks, and had four fielder, had three hits, catcher Kyle Dodd had one hit. Keystone's pit-
dleburg National's Jamie Holemanwas stolen bases.Middleburg. Brown had three hits, shortstoppitcher ching included nine strike-outs, JUST FOR FUN!

the winning pitcher and had Am's M. Peeples. Chris Wise had three hits,third three walks and had six stolen bases. . .. ... . .. .
three hits. : ', '" .. .
MB first baseman Shane Ziegler, .
catcher Justin Knight, and center
fielder Marty Schulte, and shortstop
Charles Roberts each had one hit.
Middleburg National pitching fanned -.. Printers
? only three Starke All-Stars'arid _" 1- .u
walked just one. MB had 13 stolen 0 .
bases and a total of seven hits. o 110 W. Call Street Starke
Starke fist baseman Jimmy 0 ., ,\ (\ :
Brown, shortstop Chris Wise, and \ .
center fielder Vinnie Blye each had ,,' 0 964-5764tc
one hit. Starke pitchers struck out : \ \J'-
nine Middleburg players and walked .
seven, allowed four stolen bases and \ \
three hits.Mdbg \ :

Nat'l 10, Mdbg Am 5 \ (\'UC- Computerized
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Weatherization Operating Here ProgramStill \ t o Business Forms .

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The Suwannee River Economic ( -
Council, Inc., announces the \ :
Weatherization Program is still ,1" c. .
operating in Bradford County. The .
program provides materials and \
labor at no cost to the recipient, to \ '. 0 Office Printingand
make the home as weatherproof as 'r .
funds will permit. --
Priorities are given to the elderly Stationary
and those with the lowest income 0 0
and/or those whose house is in most
need of weatherization. Proof of in-
come for the entire family and proofof
ownership must accompany the
application. Tax receipt fcr the land
and/or trailer title or tag registration -
e Press
will be accepted. Rental property Newspaper Printing
may also be considered,with writ-
ten permission of the BRADFORD
landlord/owner. or I for Direct Mail
Weatherization can repair
replace windows, doors, broken
panes of glass, seal and/or caulk PRINTERS
cracks, patch holes in floors, ceil-
ings, exterior walls or patch and/or
kool seal roofs, to keep the cold air Innovative
I out of your home.Weatherization. Campaigning
cannot repair or 964-5764
replace steps, porches or screens.
If you would benefit from this program Literature to help elect you
and think you might qualify
come by our Outreach Center at 133

West application Call St.or in call Starke 964-6690.and fill out an ,. : to the office you are running for

Size of Allowable
Family HouseholdUnit
1 $6,700 I
2 9,050 '
3 11,400

4 5 13,750 16,100 Send for Free Catalog with samples.

7 8 20,800 18,450 and competitive prices. .

8 23,150
Over 8 add 1,880 for each additional


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I ie 1/20 Aw4Mtr I I r" r 1t, '. Enterprise Zone

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I k !k Program Approved

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? e N nN S By Buster Rahn south city line, and the east city line,

M O ay, ., t BCT Staff Writer running north to Edwards Road. It
1 1 I Ir Wt Doorttt Grant writer Linda Day met with runs east on Edwards Road to
,au A M.COLLUIn ... the council Monday, June 30, in a Orange St. then north to Weldon St.
0 N 0 workshop to determine boundariesfor The boundary runs east on Weldon,
I ,( (r( CMIDAM IT W t the proposed enterprise zone and to Grand,where it turns north,to the
6 yAj ND t + CONNR n M Tuesday night, July 1, the boun- intersection with Market Road.
I __ -- E (0LTAIr daries and program were adopted. The council did not take any for-
MON. CMtIi MM r' J[ t,1aL Prior to discussing lines mal action this
mtau u uw.J9 specific Monday night, as
Z2 / 1 t r Day recommended the area include meeting was a workshop to set ten-
WILDON STI I : 23 lea IT LAINIY the industrial park on south SR-16in tative boundaries, contingent on
A J order to have available land for population factors and other re-
I .IS J a ., r k y I I et J0 /T commercial development; to include quirements. County Zoning Director
/0 et .r NOIIrN t area around the hospital to en- L.M. Gaines assured Day that the
1 y ae = o not Iw nw compass the residential re- population count would not exceed
f I N : quirements, and to include the city the maximum of 2,500, within the
S twoalr nI owned property on south US-301.The area outlined.
I Ao01x, tf6 II area must be a minimum of 40 per Day had driven from Tallahassee
I/MNt iON w IrOOtnIND ti
9 watts k CaL a : D0/N1 r+l ,r wa+ N, "OWNLrI IT 1e 0 cent commercial and 40 percent Monday afternoon for the workshop,
W000 wL Ma! 0
.erg Jr residential.A and returned to Tallahassee on
IMDIMOT 21 I 1 A n nct0r(0 federal register, published by Tuesday, arriving before 8 a.m. She
0MO,7 07 I 11 Np I e TNOYA7 I Iro the Department Of Housing and Urban was back in Starke Tuesday even-
.N k +a4L Development (HUD), dated October ing, to attend the regularly scheduled -
I "e r I II 22, 1985, lists 130 towns in council meeting.
IT 0r Florida as being "distressed"and During the meeting on Tuesday
I '
LAID E BU R i 12 vat 0 o3 eligible for Urban Development Ac- evening, Day told the council that
MADISON ST A0D/Nf I to 117 iA r "A M I tion Grant Programs. Both Starke she had discussed the proposed
,DUrMT tr i w I B y A ao and Lawtey were included, but boundary lines with Ms. Priscilla
SOIL C t0 LAnrrTt IT j & 7 a Brooker was omitted. Howard, a staff member in the
welt t0 13 ii iL5 Since the entire community is Department of Community Affairs,
I k I, :k;; Lt010 10 y rN +r W n ..I"NT 00J designated as being "distressed," and that Howard had. stated that the
.-- :W- IeCL10-1 -- -1 d N N + -- D the city limits might have been "plan looks okay.. Day said the
-Dl' a --W 6 ll s, designated as boundary lines, except area has a significant number of
1" rr i I for one reason: Enterprisezones distressed buildings, both residen-
1 kMyiN cannot exceed 2,500 population tial and commercial. She will

A :a_ 1(001x! ? r 30 therefore, some residentialareas analyze the businesses located in the
0 had to be excluded. area, to determine all criteria are
/ .2 7f' Councilman Travis Wood asked met, and make changes as required.
.ZI 7 "How much will the city lose? How Day completed? her discussion of
wowttt ttCA much will it gain?" Day said "the the Enterprise Zone Program by requesting -
AL i IT i only cost to the city would be a 50 the council to submit an ap-
.LUO.ro., Ltt ,3 0 I/t. I V000000uNy percent reduction (for one year only plication. It has been generally
ITq' I ) in occupational licenses for those understood that Day would handle
0I ww businesses within the zone. Benefitsare the paperwork, and would be paid
nretaow Ir I PIN only as great as people in the $1,500 for her activities, if the city
000 POLO ,T area utilize them. enters the program.
i 4 : aourwar w : .. r City Clerk Neil Tucker stated that Mayor Charles Schaefer called fora
I y Dtwt 700 to 800 occupational licenses were motion, but Councilman Vernon
e I ,tttzt 17 sold last year, for approximately Silcox requested further discussion,
Ot10t 1TNar $18,000. Many of the license holders, in order that everyone might havean
[a b o such as vendors and contractors, do opportunity to voice objections,
Ave not have locations within the city, prior to having a motion on the floor.
and therefore, would not participatein Councilman Bobby Biggs ques-
the reduction. Tucker could not tioned again,the cost of the programto
estimate the cost of the tax reduc the city. Day reviewed the
Chamber Of Commer3oT \' tion without researching the responsibility of the city, citing the
records. cost as being the reduction in occupational
7w licenses for one year and
Lines Drawn... the amount paid to her.
e Tentative lines were drawn, with Schaefer again called for the mo-
1 r I the northern boundary being Market tion. Silcox moved to have Day sub-
Road; the eastern boundary, the mit application for the city to enter
SCL railroad from Market Road to the program. Councilman Travis
Call St. From Call St., it runs southon Woods seconded the motion. Silcox,
Enterprise Lines Set by Starke Commission Colley Road to Wilson Road, then Woods and Schaefer voted for the
east to the city line. The boundary motion. Biggs voted no. Jimmy
follows the southeast city line, the Crosby, on vacation, was absent.

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security income (SSI) are requiredto be the recipient's, regardless of just a few.Assistance. Ir
inform Social Security of any whether he or she actually uses the from people not living I
changes that might affect their con- money or the account. And even if in the household in the form of
tinued eligibility or the amount of someone else adds money to a joint payments for food and utility bills,
their monthly checks, A. Glenn bank account, this too, must be rent, or mortgage payments should ; ;;i SR 121 and SR 231 Lake Butler 496-2611 r j :#

Moore, Social Security manager in reported to Social Security. also be reported.This m: Formerly Chicken Palace, next to Handy Way ..:.:.:.:..::.:.
Gainesville, said recently. Some recipients may receive income is only a partial list of the In- :::::::: y .:.:.:...
Among the resources that must be from employment or from formation that SSI recipients are required $>m:::. Daily I Breakfast Special I . . . . . .:::;::::
reported to Social Security are items other sources. Any change in the to submit to the Social Security :m::::;: ::;:::
such as cash, a checking or savings amount of earnings should be Administration. Additional infor- ::;:::::: $ :;:::::

account certificates, a Christmas of deposit,club or money account set, reported, pensions,as well,as worker's income from compensation annuities sibilities mation about may be a recipient's obtained from respon-the :|:::;::::|:;:::j j Lunch Special . . . . . . . . na.m..2P.m. 1.99 lDinner l--

aside to meet burial expenses. If a Veterans Administration Social Security office, located in the :: :::
recipient's name is on someone benefits, unemployment insurance Gainesville Mall, 2500 N.W. 13th II::;:;::: $2.49 :;:::::::
else s account, that account must benefits, interest_ prizes, and sup- Street ::;:::;:: Specials Each Night . . . . . . :;;::::
also be reported. It is particularly :;::;;:
important that Social Security be
notified if the total amount of money Breakfast Served All Day'I,.
in the various accounts exceeds y m Sandwiches Galore
$1,700 if the recipient is single or B Pancakes Omelets ;;:::
$2,550 if the recipient is married and llr >m Hamburger Veal Parmesan
living with a wife or husband. < Eggs Hash Browns Even is one or more additional ,IJJ m Roast Beef Club Turkey Italian Omelet
Try a spicy eye-opener our ; :
people have their names on a Point
Bar-B Beef ,
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,Julie A. Ferguson,Karen A. -' 2 29
Hodges, Tonya M. Klein, Kimberly {;::;;:::: Burger Plat ,1b.bur erw/cheeseandbacon, French fries . . . . ;: :
A. Lee, Patrick R. Moore,Wanda M. JL-i L.A. Gear Candles
Mueller, Kristin L. Pfenniger, Viva Eyeryday
R. Riley, Holly S. Shields, Jill ErerY pelt Values Nina 9 West I'l

Cassandra Strickland,Denise Aaron Waddell.Lee Thompson, "4P5" Gloria Vanderbilt Clao S: }! Everybody Loves Ice CreamEspecially 1 I
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More than a hundred descendantsand
family members of Drewery Why Don't You k A World Of Flavors ::::;;?
Reddish, gathered Saturday, June : :::!
28, at the home of Drew and Ada
Reddish for their 1986 reunion. This Pay Attention !
largest family gathering to dat II
brought together members of the
prolific clan from as far as North J If you are tired of being accused of .- ----

Georgia and South Florida. not paying attention when you reallydidn't S 1 1m
Among those present were Dodgie CALL AND I
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Stockmore, of Villa Rica, Ga., and hear what was said, the new ;
his mother Marie Thede Baggett, of "secret" hearing aid may be the answer. ::..
Jacksonville,who were reunited at a ASKABOUT I S'.Vr: :
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of the Reddish m;; '
family generations were present, including j1 j1 1 CATERINGSERVICE All MaleIce Cream J|111|
descendants of most of the 14
children fathered by David William Audio Hearing Svc of Gainesvillewill Banana Sodas II i
Reddish, who was a son of Dreweryor 1 m1 Splits
( Drury) Reddish, one of the first be holding a hearing aid clinic { I :;::::::
landowners In the vicinity of Starke.A ;:::;:;:: Sundaes Floats: ::
7 9:30 to 12:30
highlight of the reunion was a Monday, July : :;1::;:
film and slide presentation narratedby atMITCHELL'S ff "
Drew Reddish,tracing the family -59;
history back to Thomas Reddish in DRUG STORE j 496-2611 W i$

18th Century England.Six of the l late 127 E. Call Street Starke 964.7810 Limit Coupon Per Customer |#|: |
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? e. i 3, lr i, t "Crack" has local lawmen concerned

T rv while dealers earn five figure incomeBecause

of its proximity to shaken around to separate the impurities The cooking process lor each two
Florida State Prison and the electric which are poured off, and grams takes from five to ten
.iiii Ih chair,Starke has already been dubb- the operation repeated several minutes It can also be cooked by
ed "Execution City" by some sensa- times. micro-wave in much less! time, threeto
I :dS tional publications.Now The remaining cocaine, now four seconds, but this! method I is! _
it is reportedly acquiring a hardened, is reheated to free it from not yet in general use here
k t tnw new name tag,''Rock City" by some the tube and, after cooling, is brokenup It's a profitable business! if you
drug addicts who visit Starke to into small chips of varying ailes.
make their purchases of "crack" or
"rock", as this most addictive form
of cocaine is called.A .
'Iti 4 4r well-coordinated "bust" early
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last made dent
Friday morning a in
,' !' r1tY'i YI the local rock market, but with all 4
but three of the 11 arrestees alreadyout
I on bond or released on their own 4r
II recognizance, there is little reason
I to think that brisk weekend sales of

crack/rock will long remain in.. lim- :',.

ft. rock (crack) market is broad,
: since it appeals to young users who R
can purchase a "chip" and get a cocaine <
"high" for as little as $10 to
i inh' $20.The uncooked coke is brought in,
usually on Thursday nights, and sold
to'!local dealers at prices ranging
from $1,500 to $2,000 an ounce,
i depending on its quality. Lower .
grade cocaine may be cut with some S w
adulterant such as "milk sugar" -r it ,. S
(lactose), a white crystalline ./I',. M
r4ee'r. ,
substance used in infant feedings, far I.", r.. ;>
confections, and other foods. '
Dealers, or their hired "cookers", :- I
.. who are usually addicts themselvesand ""r' J ... ... .' .
..-- --. "Y are paid off in coke, spend most ". "':'-" "
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Tools of an Illegal Trade... .kaarwseri.eil, of(Thursday night cooking the cocaine ..._ "'., ,' .'' .
in a glass test tube, about six '"
Bradford County Sheriffs Investigator Don Denton concerned. inches long, over a bunsen burner. .'."- .
Inspects a table full of implements used to make and The implements shown in the picture were con Equal amounts of cocaine and bak
smoke "crack" a derivative of cocaine who's Increas- fiscated last week in a series of arrests in Starke (See ing soda are mixed with seven dropsof Deadly Substance...
ing popularity locally has law enforcement offclals story below for details) water and placed over heat after Confiscated "crack" is shown on display' at the Bradford County.
the mixture starts fizzing. After Sheriff's office.
\ heating it turns into a thick oily Dealers lured into the illegal trade can earn big money supplying the
substance, and two or three drops hug to users but face stiff fines and a mandatory prison sentence if
more water are added. The tube is caught.

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S 11 Starke residents arrested in drug raid Ij
:<; Sheriff Dolph Reddish announced substance, delivery controlled Jail, according to Lt. Glen Moore
.. NF MM > arrests 0'-. el IJe1tpeople all substance and sale and delivery con- Demetries F. Bethel was addi-
charged with various counts of trolled substance. Bond was set at tionally charged June 28 with con-
SUITES possession and sale of cocaine. The 30000. spiracy to sell, manufacture and
arrests began early Friday morn- Carlos Ford, 38, Starke; Willie deliver control substance. Bond for
j :. $549 ing, June 27, in Bradford County Kenny DeSue, 24, Starke; Errol these charges was set at $15,000, according -
5-- o4: Four search warrants were also James Brown, 57, Lawtey; Shirley to Investigator David
executed at the time of the arrests. Ann Williams, 30, Starke; Carl An- Aderholt.
;' 4f One search warrant and one arrest drew Jackson, 30, Starke; Wanda All controlled substance was
was made in Lawtey and the other Thompson, 28, Starke and Charles 'Crack' or free base rock cocaine.All .
search warrants and arrests were Jackson Jr., 27, Starke were all of those arrested have posted
made in Starke (Reno area), follow- charged with possession controlled surety bonds or been released on
ing numerous complaints from substance and sale and delivery con- their own recognizance unless they
citizens of 'Crack' or free base rock trolled substance. Bond on each are being held on other charges
form of cocaine In the Starke area. defendant was set at $15,000.
Arrested was Debra Ann DeSue Thomas Levon Hamilton, 23,
26, of Starke, charged with two Starke was charged with possession Sheriff Reddish said his department -
e counts possession of controlled controlled substance. Bond was set began an undercover in-
v r vestigaton into the possession and
substance, sale of controlled at $5,000.
a substance, and sale and delivery Tom Lindsay, Jr., 36, of Starkewas sale of the illegal drug in Bradford
controlled substance. Her bond was arrested in Lake Butler June 27 County approximately four months
p set at $30,000. and charged with possession of con- ago. They were assisted in the
Demetries F. Bethel, 22, of trol substance and sale or delivery of undercover operation by law en-
Nassau, Bahamas was charged with controlled substance. Lindsay has forcement officers from" AlachuaSee
A- yF two counts possession controlled been transferred to Bradford Countv Page 311

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Drug dealers get rich on cocaine derivativefrom j

( page 1A) the base of the pipe. On a sheet which she said was her According to Cocaine Helpline, the
i get away with It.An ounce ol cocaine "grocery list" she entered crack rapid ad-
Dealers of
may provide the for : use causes more ,
purchased for, say, $1HM()) and cook- their customers, pipe diction and severe changes in tilt'brain's
or they may he
ed and sold in chips could bring the
40 $20 Rice
found in other locations called bags $000 chemistry. Inhaling purified
dealer around $3,000u net proft of smokehouses, cocaine (crack) gets the substance
according to Denton 35
some 1200. If this were repeated $20 bags Potatoes $700 into the blood stream within ten I
weekly for one year profits would be Al present the traffic in crack is 4 $50 bags Potatoes concentrations
-- $200()) seconds, and in higher '
in excess of$60,000. largely controlled and sold by
dealers Reno, 157 $20 bags Rice than snorting cocaine powdt'l'hllo
in the black communi $3,140.
According to records ,
kept by one the nose Helpline says.
dealer arrested in last Friday's ty. It is not known, however, 50$10 bags Rice- $500.
.,1 roundup his sales for one week whether the "higher up" figure who
.t totaled $6,880.According supplies the local trade is black, Total -- $5,340( "It is the faster and more potent
white, or hispanic. One of the men action that makes crack (or rock)
to Don Denton, chief Investigator arrested in last Friday's raid gave That's a pretty starchy diet for one more addicting more toxic and
I for the sheriff's office, his home as Nassau, in the week more physically harmful," according -
crack smoking is usually a group activity Bahamas. Four others were to Helpline "Lung damage,
Addicts tend to gather around residents of The Apartments on W brain seizures,and heart attacks are
a communal pipe,somewhat like the Brownlce Street (Highway/ 16 West)I. Denton interpreted rice as mean far more likely to occur with
traditional hookah (waterpipe) used One of the female "rock stars"arrested ing cocaine in powder form, and freebase rocks"
Y by opium smokers, but without the last Friday morning kept a potatoes as coke already convertedto
I water. Crack chips are placed in a rather confusing set of records rock, After "turning in" to the The appeal to youth is indicated by
small bowl at top and heated with a listing her purchases from the sup supplier, the books indicated a net Denton's observation that the
burner Turns are then taken at plier her sales, jmd t the amount of profit to the seller of $1,130 for the youngest known purchaser of rock in
rimwmtf; Ihroimh n fli'vililc ttitw' in "turn ins". wl'ck's operation. Starke was a 12-year-old boy

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from( page IA) pliers and dealers! in the area Al the
County. Also assisting in the arrests same time I am dismayed at the extent '
and execution of the search war we have found crack cocaine IDe Love
rants were four investigators from being used I can assure those dealing 13911
the Eighth i Judical Circuit State At- in drugs that we will continue to ,
torney s Office. 'look at them,' said Sheriff Reddish
'I am well pleased with the resultsof Along with the persons! arrested! <
our undercover operation We feel several thousand dollars in (dish America!
Test Tube Samples... we arrested! some of the main sup- plus an- amount of ('I'a'k11" waved t

These rounded pieces! of the"crack" form of cocaine were confiscated /'. "' '' .. ..-_ .... -..... -', '
List work in a raid by Bradford County investigators.!
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Hearings set on Santa Fe Pass I'' Magnolia Hotel Be Closed

Four important hearings on The developers were recently j Downtown Starke across from Post Office j jj -JIIr- ."...
various aspects of the controversialSanta notified by Alachua County Commissioners i_ July 4
Fe Pass development are that the 5,018 yards of fill dirt j "
scheduled in the next three months, placed at the pass site without a permit Rooms for
according to a news letter mailedout must be removed. The Rent
this week by the Santa Fe Lake developers refused to take such action Business & Banking will resume as usualon
Dwellers Assn. and have filed a suit against Monday July 7th
The first of the series started Alachua/ County Nightly Weekly Monthly
Wednesday,July 2,and will continueat '
9:30: a.m. today, July 3, in the Nightly 800 From $35flo Weekly
board room of Kirby Smith Center, A hearing on the storm water Florida National Bank
620 E. University Ave., Gainesville. facility at the Pass development will L (105 W lellerson' '* Slarke < ,nc 904 964 050
This hearing, conducted by the be held Sept. 15 and 16 in the small ." --.--, -. c .. ...0 .
Florida Department of Environmental auditorium of the Doyle Conner ._ .M. / .
Regulation concerns the Building, 1911 S.W. 34th St.,
disputed jurisdictional line fainesville.
established at the Pass in 1979.
Validation of this line "would resultin Further information concerning
the permanent loss of valuable these schedules may be obtained by
wetland habitat and condone the calling Harold Hill, 475.2932; Rose
scofl-law actions of the Pass Neal, 475-1029; or record message on
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:# Smile Camp at Neyati on Kinglsey week were Shannon Abrams with

1 st. r 1f d 9 y i iit Lake was a fun week for the 21 Brad- nature, Marian Sutton with singing,
ford Union scouts and five Pixies Dana Adkins with games, Kim
Dukes with crafts and Nicole
The Tuesday campout was floodedout Johnson. Cadettes from Troop 520
but the remaining activities wentas assisting with camp were Angela
planned, according to Senior Advisor Parrish, Sarah Douglas, Cathy Hep
Laurie Mullins burn, Melissa Haislop and Cheryl
Wednesday the cookout was a big Lynn Moss.
success. There was Neyati Girl
Scout stew and biscuits and cake Adults assisting Laurie were Judy
V baked in the new box oven. Friday a Dukes, Joyce Sutton, Cheryl Moss I
trip to Paynes! Pairie in Gainesvilleconcluded and Marjorie Wade who also drove I I
the outdoor experience. the bus and Kathy Hobbs who was
Pre-planning director was lifeguard.
: Stephanie Dukes of Senior Troop 669. Thanks to all involved for the successful -
-* ,. # t; t Senior Scouts working during: the week.

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Starke man shot and killed I., no charges filedA ,

31-year-old Starke man died Dampier stated that he has feared Greg Nichols: On Dec 6, 1932 a committee which !1! ;;:; n e

Sunday as a result of a gun shot for his life from Keuning's threats had been reviewing the application j
wound'. ever since Keuning physically at- Keuning, a former mental patient.was recommended the application be E s, je r
tacked Dampier several sentenced to six in a denied. The commissioners voted to
Albert Siebe Keuning of Mimosa years
railer 1 Park was shot and killed in according to Investigator Don Den- mental hospital by the court after he accept the recommendation of the
found not of in- I
was guilty by reason
t I.e home of Roderic Pee Wee' Dampier ton.June committee.The rah- ; v
the at-
sanity, according to state
72, of SR-100 south, late Sunday 4 Dampier filed a complaint olfice. sheriff's department in- e o.
:dternoonJune 29. against Keuning, who Dampier said torney's vestigation of Sunday s shooting will
Dumpier stated he shot Keuning pulled him from his tractor hit and In September, following the incident be turned over to a Bradford County i
'Her he discovered Keuning in his Kicked him until a motorist stoppedto Dampier submitted an application grand jury In the near future for
l"me uninvited and Keuning offer aid. Keuning was arrested to the county commissioners disposition of the case. No charges .
threatened Dampier and came at June 17 and charged with aggravated requesting he be allowed to have been filed at this time, said :

Illn. battery by then Deputy (carry gun. Denton. s .


I r.Two scheduled to die in electric chairA .

confessed muss-murderer and :Mcino: confessed to the murder of \Florida 1':1'Jl'I'"I': > and Pennsylvania FBI said! he was wanted tor questioning -
.in accused mass-killer are scheduled Barbara Ann Bauer of 1':1.Snn: rmi in 36 slayings and the agency ,
to he in Florida's electric chair Beach whose remains were l found : put him on its Ten Most Wanted list. I
at 7 a.m. this morning July 3. near the Keystone: landfill in 13radfnrd Accused mass-killer Theodore R. Bundy was granted a stay by the
'ounty in April 1974. U. S. Supreme Court before a March *
convicted in =
Bundy was a January
4 execution date. But on May 5 the 3g5S3 L t.
Mass-murderer Gerald Stano 13 !19711! rampage through a sorority court rejected his appeal and iM'
confessed -
Circuit Judge S. James Foxman house at Florida State University Psi ggtf; =
to authorities that he stabbed, cleared the way for a new death war ,
imposed two death penalises on that left two women dead. &
!shot strangled or drown 39 rant.
women Stano in June, lilBS, for murders in Authorities have linked Bundy to J I
between 197J\ and 1980.! Stano of the The second death warrant was i''Rryar4 r 'ey.4..
Ormond Beach-Holly 11111 area said the Daytona Beach area. the :slayings of young women in signed by Gov Bob Graham on May .... I
most of the from In the fall of 19112!! Stano began confessing Washington Utah and Colorado 22.
women were
to damns of murders: in beginning In 1974.! At one timed theE *.''
Florida) At The Pump... I

Melissa and friend at the ole pump. This has always been a favorite II
place at1'eyati.WeedEaters : .

E Minor accident driver arrested
Cut Weeds & Grass !

A 30-year-old Virginia woman was lit: percent Shfvas released alter .1 There were no injuries in the 4:25:
charged after with her driving vehicle was while involved intoxicated .$|Ii2( : :50) cash bund was posted p.m accident FPC Garden Center Cuts Price ;

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Patrice Micele Cooke of Locust: I 7 Be Wise. .
Grove, Va., driving a 1985 Ford sta .5 WEED EATER.WEED
lionwagon was southbound on Shop EATER'
('It-1011 south of Starke according to
Trooper Kenneth Ethridge Cooke PRICE-Wise Original GAS MODEL # 1500
and Still
passed: an unknown vehicle and
struck the left rear tire of a 1983: The Leader!
Chevrolet which was northbound. :
Damage to the Chevrolet, driven by ? Subject to Sellout-
Brian Charles Bowman of Law ley Line Trimmers 2h I'II VIII" I.." ,h.11I I
was $1, $1.500 said Kthndge I s"ud I
C'ooke's blood alcohol contl'nta" For small to medium size ,. .
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'''.t," 'I":"""""".t.'. Top seeds begin play in tennis tournamentBy II

" IICT Staff powering to most opponents in Starke.
among 6-2, 6-2 in the opening round.
? TI The Keystone Heights Our Coun- the highly ranked players in the Fourth seed Pat Pert1of Lake Other first round winner included
.. try Day Fourth of July tennis tour USTA's most competitive state who Butler,the number one player on the Joey Alford, top ranked singles
nament got underway Tuesday witha rate
just under the professionals in Union County High School team anda player on last year's KI1HS tennis
i wide open field of players from ability. Porter's style is to move former junior's champion in EC-; squad, who defeated Keystone
I.j I. Starke Keystone Heights, Lake Butler, quickly and constantly to the net, quador, opened his bid for the title 1 leights'Jeff Wilson 6-1,6-2,and Fila I
Lawtey and Gainesville forcing defensive shots by his opponents with a 6-0, 6-2 singles win over Joe Pereof Lake Butler, who defeated
competing in first round matches in to set himself up for put- Saenz,Sr. of Keystone I heights in the Keystone Heights' John Sturges 6-1,
the annual event which is part of thecity's away volleys or his devastating opening round.
Independence Day celebration over-head 60.Fila
smash.Secondseed'd Perez will face the winner of a second Perez plays Jason Brown,
Agranowitz is a round match between Keystone Jody's brother and another BUS var-
five-time champion who lost to Heights' Ed UeKeyser, another tennis in the
j .. sity team player second -
; The tournament is a highly com- Porter in the
,\. ; finals last year. The talented veteran in the draw, and rouid. The winner of that
" petitive event this year as some of talented veteran knows where to put Salavadore Perez of Lake Butler match earns the dubious distinctionof
f / >x the area's top players set out to the ball
'a $ in a variety of inopportune DeKeyser advanced to the second facing top-seeded Porter in the
,! '.. ,..' upset the top seeds and claim places (for his opponents) and has a round with a 6.1, 6-0 victory over quarter finals. .
" trophies which will be presented deadly,sliced backhand as one of his Keystone Heights' Keith Jenningsand Second seed Agranowitz will takeon
after the final matches set for Friday -
strongest shots. will match his serve and volley the winner of a second round
July 4 at the city courts in thepUblic Third seeded John Hendrix of game against Salavadore Percy, match between Alford and Gerald
. .4 I Iydl park adjoining Lake Geneva. Keystone Heights, a former highly who defeated Mark Friedlin of Hammond of Keystone Heights, a
:1:, i7 The two top seeds defending ranked junior college player, played Keystone Heights in the closest 3-6.6'1,7.6 winner over Joe Saenz Jr
, champion Russ Porter and Ed his opening round match Tuesday match of the day, an opening round in the opening round.
'. lf j Agranowitz, received byes in the with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Ed Teague, 7-6 ((10-8 in the tiebreaker), 6-4 win In doubles Porter teams with
'. 5_' opening round and played their first another Keystone Heights resident. Jody Brown of Starke advanced to AgranowiU to form the topseededteam
matches in the holly contestedMen's Hendrix will face the winner of a the second round in another close with Frieldin and Hendrix
.,.: Singles division Wednesdayafter second round match between two of match 6-7 (8-5)( ,
a G-0, 6.2 victory seeded number two, Brown and
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-- press tougher high school players in over D.J. Lourcey of Keystone Brown at the number three positionand
.: ", ''I'e';.b1s \','" the area Kris Gouin of KILNS and Heights He faces Kris Goum, who Pat and Salavadore Perez and
" ".. .., :.: ,.::: .: :}' : ",f. ; Porter, a current resident of Ar- Jolly Brown of Bradford High School defeated Lawtey's Archie Kitties! seeded fourth.
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begin school this fall in Clay County Friday, July 25. Hours for the program Rotary Swim Program, call Bar- transportation for t3... ..... 'ttZ)i 'h/))/ 'I
schools are welcomed to attend. will be from 12 noon to 2 p.m., bara Dunn 473-2433, or Julie Davidson stretcher & wheelchair J' tlfi',
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I Have a glorious Fourth of July- at home .,_'' II' II;it

The 1986 Fourth of July weekend George DeSha is this year's grand Last year the Big Bass winner Awards given at 12 noon. All typesof -
provides one of the widest ranges of marshal of the parade in recognitionfor received approximately $900 in cash artwork are eligible! II
summertime entertainment ever the community service he has and prizes, so get out those poles and
seen in this area with celebrations in provided in the past years. make sure you set your clock. Games GaloreTo II
both Keystone Heights and Lake The Keystone Jaycee's Dave Todd All boats must be off the lake by 12 Tease The Tots

Butler giving residents an incrediblelist will do the honors of lighting up the noon with weigh-in beginning at Games to entertain the children
of activities to choose from. skies with a fireworks display begin- 12:30: p.m. at the lakeside.For .
will be at the from 1.3
Fireworks displays will cap off ning at dusk. Commander of this more tournament Informa- park
both celebrations on the evening of year's events is Frank Duguid. tion, call Jerry Howell at 496-3496 or p.m. on the Fourth with prizes given
for first and second place in each
Independence Day, but there are 4963401.
game. (If a large number of entries
of other activities slated LB Sets Down Home I
plenty Watermelon show up,prizes will be given for first
before that.Keystone Fourth That's and second place in boys and girls

Kicks Off Really UptownThe New AdditionOne divisions.)
of the newest additions to the Activities begin with a baby crawl
Our Country Day Lake Butler Fourth of July Fourth activities will be a for tots up to 2 years old. The
Keystone Heights' annual Our Celebration is in its third year, and watermelon judging contest spon- treasure hunt, with goodies hiddenin
Country Day includes too many activities although still a baby as celebrationsgo sored by the county extension service a haystack will be given for ages
for one 24-hour period, so it's growing by leaps and bounds. with ribbons and cash prizes being up to 4 years. The egg roll will be for
they start early each year with the The Lake Butler VFW Post 10082 awarded for the biggest and best ages 2-4, the sack race for ages 710.
biggest events culminating on the and Ladies Auxiliary are sponsoringthe melons that can be found in the county The egg toss is for 10 years and up.
Fourth. celebration with plenty of help or surrounding areas.

Street dances, a water ski and from local citizens, businesses and Youth from 8.18 years old are The best will wait until last with
boat show, parade, foot races and merchants.The eligible in the first division and the watermelon eating contest opento 1I
fire works help round out the full dayof celebration is centered adults from age 19 up are eligible in all ages.Plenty .
Fourth fun. around Lakeside Park in Lake the second division.
The annual tennis tournament Butler. Take SK-100 into Lake Butler Any variety of melon is eligible, of Eats
and turn toward the lake (right, but one melon per person can be
began Tuesday, July 1, with the bestof Available To FourthersThe
the field in singles and doubles coming from Starke) on Lake entered in the contest. No damaged I ,, ,
competing in the finals on the Avenue. The road! ends at the park. melons are eligible VFW will be cooking ham-_

Festivities start tonight in 'A m1KU 1I

Keystone with dancing in the streetsat I
9 p.m. at the Keystone recreation
department ball field located on ." ':,'. I jIIII'II ,
Pecan Street and Orchid. .. '.
The dance is sponsored by the 1 h I
Keystone Jaycees and music will be ; I IIII
provided by a Fourth favorite band i !
called "The Shine." III IIIIII
If you favor quiet concentrationand N
sudden excitement, the Bingo ,
Bash might be for you. Numbers will : I
be called starting at 7 p.m. tonight at i is ; i !III '
the Keystone Lion's Club on Orchid gy i

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those state-of-the-art running shoes Fourth of July activities in Keystone Heights Include I I m
and join in the fun. T-shirts and p n.-p.. .",..... A .!'.. Mater skiing show and aSK run. CENTER /

trophies The tennis will finals be given.begin at 9 a.m. in Big Prizes Given The decision of the judges is final burgers and hotdogs all day long I I Hwy. 100 W. Starke a
and all melons become the propertyof from 11:30: a.m. on. Homemade ice
the begin city between park 9.11 and a.m.other in activities the park- For The Biggest Bass the Lake Butler VFW. cream and baked goods will be provided I fectALt FURNiT Available II I

including a baby crawl, fun run and The Fourth celebration starts Winners announced at 12 noon at by Union County Boy Scout I I NEW
almost before the Fourth does with the Community Center.To Troop 552. Plenty of other goodies- I
dance demonstrations.The
street parade, with over 40 en- the areas best fishermen crankingup enter, just bring your melon to including fresh, hot popcorn will be "THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITURE"! I
Shrine the boat motors and searchingout the Lakeside Community Center at available.The I I I
tries, including fast-moving '
will form at the elemen- the best spots at 6 a.m. at the the park between the hours of 8:30: lake and dock area will be Call 964-5606 for more Informationmi .
vehicles up ems eeee-.. -let - easnle .....
tary school, move down Pecan to public boat ramp next to Lakeside a.m. and 11 a.m. on Friday,July 4th. open to swimmers all day, but no
SR-121, then north through town, Park. For more information, call the lifeguard is on duty, so swimmerswill
dispersing at Flamingo. Registration will begin at 5 a.m. at Union County Extension Office at be doing so at their own risk.
the boat ramp (everyone welcome)! 4962321.
After the parade, a watermelon Fee is $12 per person with a limit of Live Music PlayingTo
eating contest is set in the Theme two people per boat. Black bass only Tasty Tidbits WantedIn Beat The Band <&5 MOTORS
Park, beginning at 12:30: p.m. are eligible and only artificial bait Canning ContestA
The KHHS football stadium will can be used. All fish must be 8 inches Lamar Witt will strike up the bandat EDDIE STARLING -
vibrate with the sound of revving longer to be qualified. second new addition this year 3 p.m. at the park and will play
long or
motors as the "Strong Stuff" truck The Big Bass winner of the day will be the Home Canning Fair set in until the fireworks display begins at
demonstration gets underway at will receive a cash jackpot, trophy the Community Center at Lakeside 9:15: p.m. CARS & TRUCKS
1:30 Park. There will be plenty of room to
: p.m.Fun and fish cooker including
in the sun activities begin at 2 accessories a complete from Texgas of Lake All the best cooks are bound to be dance to the country/rock music and Bring In your best
p.m. at the public beach with the Butler. there to show off their wares and any everyone is invited to attend. deal, let me try to
Gatorland Ski Club presenting a There are plenty of other prizes: type of home canned product is eligI-
water ski show __ -1st Place Most Poundscash ble for entry. Bring the best examples Can't Run 3 Miles? beat it! ,

The beach will be rocked by award, trophy, 2 rod and reels and 2 of your canning to the com- Walk it For A T-shirt! 1
center from 8:30 to 11 STARKE KEYSTONE
munity : a.m.
musical waves when a live band $10 gas gift certificates.2nd The politicians will be off and
a.m. on the Fourth. There are no en- 206 W. Madison Hwy 21
begins playing at 4 p.m. on the Place Most Poundscash fees. walking in the 5K Firecracker
public beach. award, trophy and 2 hand held try Bring your best efforts and see Classic and they invite everyoneSee 964-7200 4733873EXERCISE+-_
The afternoon musical show
spotlights. who walks with the most rib- Page 7B
features "Back to Back," a -3rd Place Most Poundscash away
Keystone-based country/rock band award, trophy and 2 lieftime bons! Awards given at 12 noon.
For information, contact
who will play on the beach from 4 memberships to AdventurelandVideo. more
Bradford/Union Home Economist
p.m. until the fireworks start at .
Pounds- boat Diann Douglas at 496-2321 or 964-6280
dark.A 4th Place !Most
(Bradford Courthouse).
boat parade will compliment the cushions.5th .
lake-based activities with the Place Most Pounds- $10 gas Arts and Crafts
Amvets sponsoring a wide variety of gift certificates.6th .
boats, due to pass the beach front at Place Most Pounds- quarts Show and Sale SetIf

6 p.m. outboard motor oil. you are a creative person who
Floating units of any size, large or 7th Place !Most Pounds- cans enjoys doing arts or crafts in your
small are welcome with the parade boat wax. spare time, bring your best efforts to
forming at 5 p.m. just south of the NoteSurprise prizes to be addedon the lakeside and walk off with the
public beach. For more information, tournament day. prizes.All .
2 for the Price of 1:
call George Manning at 4734764. The fisherman who hooks the big- entries should be brought to the
The awards presentation for win- gest trash fish will receive a cash community center between the Sign for one class and get the second class FREE
up ,
ners in the various events will beginat award and 2 big trash cans. hours of 8:30: a.m. and 11 a.m.
7 p.m. at Keystone Beach with Classes start July 7 4-week session
master of ceremonies Kerry Page
doing the honors.
Trophies will be given for winning
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The value of any home can be and techniques. An Intermediate class.M '
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easiest tion of carpet.ways to This upgrade Is one an of older the July 5th at 6 pm SHAPE & TONE

muscle tone and shape body
home or apartment. Carpet adds Improve
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General renovations, such as short movement session to burn

making changes In the size of calories. A beginning to Intermediateclass. .

rooms and painting takes a great Tickets at Gate .
deal of time and labor. On the M & W: 5:15-6 p.m. $15
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$1000 Adult $8 Kids under 12
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Installers, creating a "new" look

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, ,.. Early Morning Fire Recent ArrestsIn Raymond Allen Carter, 25, was arrested heard before Judge George Ji. Charles Williams charged( with Uracio Mario Hills chlll'WdIlh
Guts House in StarkeA Bradford CountyThe June 30 for driving while! Pierce June 10 in Bradlord County disorderly intoxication: ; case improper lug; lin ;d $!i<).75.
following arrests were madein license suspended (OWLS), according Court dismissed. BiLls charged" ( : with no lug, dismiss, ,
frame house David Aderholt.!
at 451 Georgia to Investigator Si.
loellllulhol.iti's. (
Street in north Starke was completely Bradford. County by Bond was Sl'tllt $105.75. Carter was William Gene Uhoden pled no contest -
destroyed in an curly morning I lire / released on his own rccogni/uncu.; to (driving while license suspended Bradford County Misdemeanor Court

last Thursday.The Raymond Randall Bell, 25, of New or revoked. Ithoden was adjudgedguilly Traffic Court .
Starke Fire Department was Port Richey was arrested June 29 Ir Verri Gen Aaron of Starke was arrested and ordered to produce a valid Luther M. Moody pled glllll:
culled at 2:10: a.m. June 26 to the trespass after warning, according to June 30 for DWLS. Aaron was hc'nlo'lInd pay $49.50! ()or pay $100.75.() The following defendants, ap disorderly intoxication "lined
dwelling which was fully engulfed at Patrolman W. C. Reno. Bell had released after a $210 surety bond Pierce before Judge (; 'orge II. $10075Thornus:
the time of their arrival, said ChielDwaym' been warned to stay away from the was posted. Charles Dwain Ilendrix charged in Bradford County Trail ic <> Trorilharn charged. |
Hardec. The of the Court June 17 and received( final with no Jill: avmg devices] paid &:. >
cause the
Econo Lodge, according arrest James with driving while intoxicated which
Kyle Arnett, 22, was arrested I me.
fire, which was brought under con report. When he would not leave June 30 for from the was reduced to will ul-wanlon disposition
trol within 12 minutes, at this time is he was arrested. Bell was released Jacksonville Work escape Release Center reckless driving; Hendrix pled no
undetermined after a $105 cash bond was posted. according to Investigator David contest WWKD. Hendrix was lin- Elmer It. Norman pled guilty
Occupants Charles Henderson and Aderholt. Arnett was arrested on ed $15:1.25: and must attend driving DWLS; fined $127.
Catherine Covington were asleep at of Starke Robert Parker pled no contest
Willie Kenneth DeSue, North St. He released to while intoxicated school.
Cherry was
the time the fire broke out. Hender was additionally charged on a authorities from the Reception Ilendrix pled no contest careless DWLS; produced valid license! COMMISSARYFOOD
son said he heard a 'whoosh' which capias with petit theft, according to Medical Cenler.Divorces. driving and was ordered to pay ordered to pay $10 costs. STORE
woke him, he then woke Covingtonand Investigator David Aderholt. Bond $41.50 costs. Richard G. Waller pled guilty SA 225 at U.S. 301, Lawtey
they ran from the house and was set at $500, he was released on GrantedIn NVDL; fined $127. 782.3017
called the fire department. his own recognizance. Bradford Grady Johnson charged with battery Richard H. Beale pled no contest 1"
Bones .
The the DWLS ea.
couple had just moved into was lound not ; ordered to produce valid "
house the day before and the elec- Curtis Lee Aldridge, 23, of Starke following marriages were license and pay $4 .50. Ribeyes . . ea. 69
tricity and gas had not been turnedon was arrested June 28 on a capias dissolved during the month of Junein Kendal E. Mobley was found guilty Raymond A.produce led no con- Ground Chuck lb. 1-*
said Hardee. charging aggravated assault accor- Bradford County test no tag; valid tag,
ol driving while license suspended
Chuck Steak . 111
A car and truck parked in the rear ding to Investigator Aderholt. dismissed. lb.
or revoked and fined
Alfred C. Jr. & Carol S. was 10075.
of the house were damaged by the Aldridge is charged with assaulting Crosby, Mobley found guilty of improper Linda S. Haney pled guilty no tag Chuck Roast . lb.1a9
fire but firemen hosed them down Carnell Sanders with a knife. Bond Crosby. ordered to pay $49.50 costs.
when they could not be moved. The was set at $1,000, he was released on Steve Fuqua & Lynn Fuqua. lug and was lined 10075.with Shiela C. Crawford pled guilty BarBQueRibs. lb.118
Mobley charged racing
Edwin H. Meadows Jr. & Judith
keys to the vehicles were in the burn- his own recognizance. K. Meadows. highway, charge dismissed and all violation of' driver license restriction Center Pork Chops . . lb. 1fio I
ing house, said Hardee. Ronald Eugene Willis, 19, of M. costs suspended. ; produce valid license and pay Country Smoked
Owner of the house Roy Ellison Starke was arrested July 2 for Michael D. Raley & Tracey $49.50 or pay $100.75 Bacon . . . lb. 1ca I

has requested an investigation into disorderly intoxication, according to Raley.Darrell Lee Williams & Sandra M. Gerald Williams found guilty Tony A. Hutchins pled guilty improper Deli Ham .. . . . lb. 231 (
the fire which is located north of the driver license, no chauffeur,
Kenneth Hinds, Jr. obscene
Patrolman or harassing telephonecalls
Williams. ordered to $49.50. Spice Luncheon . lb. 1"
courthouse. The fire marshal is expected pay
ordered to $75 court
this week, according to TrafficCarl John L. Connelly & Anna Connelly. placed on court probation pay and must, Jimmy K. Joyner pled guilty Dell Bologna . . lb. 199
David of Starke was Robert Padron & Linda J. Padron. .
Hardee. Cooper while intoxicated Robert C. Dudzik & Maria E. Dud- violate no laws. DWLS; fined $127. Pepsi . . . . 6 pk. 1"
arrested June for driving Joyner fined
Regular firefighters were Hardee, pled guilty no tag;
and accordingto Coke . 1"
expired $100.75.Michael epk.
Rusty Barrett, Rex Seimer, Tom zik.James Lucy Wright found not guilty of "
Rowe and Cecil Crawford. Sgt. W. C. Reno. Cooper's blood Kramer & Nancy It. harassing phone calls. W. Weeks pled guilty no Budweiser 12 pk. 5"
Volunteers responding to the call alcohol content was .21 percent. Kramer. tag; produced valid tag, pay $25
Busch pk.4M
arrested at 2:40 a.m. at Ralph Edward Link, Jr. & Betty
Cooper was costs.
Brian Davis
were Stephens, Jimmy Curtis Sumner Simmons chargedwith *
Jeff Johnson, Andy Moon and Jack US-301 and SR-100. He was released Jane Link. battery; case dismissed. Jesse B. Hall pled guilty !NVDL; Regular Gas gal. 79
Nunnery. after a $362.50 cash bond was posted. Bradford County fined 5075. Unleaded Gas gal. 84*

Thomas E. Welkins charged with Super Unleaded Gas 89"
Non TrialsThe gal.
Jury Betty Risby charged with petit NVDL; produced valid license, pay

4th of July celebration following non jury trials were theft, case dismissed. $10 costs.

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from page 6 or Farmers and Dealers Bank in Guys, you don't have to impress your girl Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

who total doesn't of 3.1 think miles they to walk could run it with the Lake forms. Butler Entry today and is pick$6. up entry by wearing a tux, and you don't have to Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on

them. Entry at the race will be $8. late spend big bucks, just shop at the "RightTurn" 24th Street, follow signs or

Everyone who finishes the race registration will be from 6 p.m. to Call 964-7109 & We will assist Tues thru Sat 10.5:30:
and be in luck because we'llhave you
(running, walking or crawling) will 7:20: p.m. on Friday, July 4th at you'll ,
receive a gold and black Lakeside Park.
Firecracker Classic T-shirt. The Fun Run will begin at 7 p.m. you looking like a million bucks. Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
The Firecracker Classic begins at Entry fees and age divisions are the
7:30: p.m. on the Fourth at Lakeside same. Ribbons go to the top three DAY LILIES -
Park. The course is shown in this places in each division in the Fun OPENING

paper and travels along flat, paved Run. NEXT WEEK! Rlghtlurn All
streets in residential areas Nature Sings of JesusSAWYER
"a trophy will go to the top winnerin
the men's and women's division Saving The Best The
with ribbons awarded to the top
For The Last
three places in each division. Right TurnMen's
Divisions are: 1)) ages 18 and The fireworks display will begin at
under, 2)) ages 19-30, 3) ages 31-40, 4)) 9:15: p.m. with the blazing show set Wear WEAR
ages 41 and up. on the darkened stage of the night 452 N. Temple Ave. StarkePREFERRED .
Go Lake Butler at Lakeside i { rr
It's still not too late to enter. by sky over
Spires IGA Store, Lake Butler Park.
Hospital and Hand Surgery Center Don't miss itt !

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t,.1 1 ( ster celebration set f\: ORIAN WELLSChevyOlds 8

On the day when all of America is Suwannee River Boys of Live Oak
celebrating our independence, a and the USA clog gel's of Lake City. Starke
Worthington Springs man will be Also included will be the Burr Oak 301 North -

taking part in a celebration Ensemble! from Gainesville award- 964-7500 372-0103 8
; memorializing one of our best winning fiddler Willie Jones, Frank 8
t American composers. and Anne Thomas from Lake Wales, AT SUGGKSTKD SKHVICK:
Stephen Foster was born on July The Adams Family String Band and
4th and he wrote Florida's state Anne Cameron from Palatka, and *Free Oil & Filter ChangeS

song, "Suwanne River." the White Springs Male Gospel Cash Wash & Vacuum
Each year, people gather at the Quartet. 8
Foster Memorial in White Springs to Admission is $2 for adults and $1 ,
celebrate the Fourth of July and the for children ages 6-15. "* 10 % Discount on Parts i1
composers birthday. The 250-acre Stephen Foster State
Marshall Dukes pianist-organist- Folk Culture Center is located on the
singer from Worthington Springs, famous Suwannee River in White
will perform at the ceremony for the Springs, on US-41, just 3 miles off
sixth straight year. 1-75 via State Road 136
Festivities include clog dancing, on j" iun > M uvj '">rwV]
acapella singing, old-time fiddling,
storytelling, patriotic music
bluegrass music, gospel music andplenty
of Foster favorites, as well as 1 :0.---
games for kids of all ages. We Will BeCOMMUNITY
The one-day event will begin --1 '

tomorrow, Friday, July 4th, at 9:30: tJ'Tanning; CLOSED r ..;._" ::
a.m. with a carillon concert of '.. _
popular American and Stephen Sessions 4
Foster selections. Friday,
At 10 a.m. family games and contests $25
will take place including: & Saturday, July 5
Watermelon eating and seed spit- ((10 Visits)

ting, cross cut sawing, greased pole
climb, 3-legged and sack races, egg Call Today! Business & Banking Hours will resume
balloon toss, and a
relays, water
bucket brigade race. as usual Monday July 7
Other contests include: horseshoe HairplanesU.S.

pitching, apple bobbing, bubble gum 301 South BANKOF 1
blowing, softball throwing, Starke
clothesline quilt show with awards
and an old-fashioned cake walk. STARKEBradford
Lunch will include a selection of 964-4645
barbecue ribs and chicken dinners, Square Shopping Center Starkeuddys
fried chicken, collard greens and 954-7830
cornbread, hamburgers, hot dogs, ,
sweet potato pie, snow cones, pop- n---
corn, lemonade and cold drinks.
A second carillon concert will be

I held at 12:30: p.m.
Continuous musical entertainmentwill

appear on an outdoor stage from ...
2.8 p.m. Seating room is provided for .
your lawn chairs and blankets. --, ..-
Mistress of ceremonies and "" ... ...:. < ... -., ->
storyteller Thelma Boltin of '--<'- '- .- -."'- .... 1 11 1C
Gainesville will introduce the acts at -.;:, I I j jI.

the Acts amphitheatre.;include the Suwannee River \ \ Seafood Restaurant' : :
doggers of White Springs, theJupiter's \I.. ; ; i

4)!J Off CR-1469 on West Side of Lake Santa Fe at Earleton : y I I Ili

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Michael 'isnovskyMr. Eastern Star Chapter No. 279 in Gordon Matthew Hill one son, Mark Hill, Jacksonville;
.Joseph Michael Visnovsky 82, Keystone Heights Moracco Templein Mr. Gordon Matthew Hill, 64, of one granddaughter Staci Hill, Restaurant
of Gainesville died Monday, June 30, Jacksonville a member of the Glen St. Mary died Sunday in the Jacksonville; four brothers Bur-
at his home in Gainesville following Retired Bus Association and Union Veterans Administration Hospital in nam Hill. Albany GA, Lawrence
a sudden illness. hall No. 1179 in Jacksonville. He was Gainesville after an extended illness Hill, Steinhatchee FL Nolan Hill Mandarin & Szccnuan Cuisine
Mr. Visnovsky was born in Mingo of the Episcopal Faith. Marietta, GA, Vance Hill, Tampa; 1900 N. Temple Aven e. Starke Florida 32091
Junction Ohio on March 26, 1004 and Survivors include his wife Mr. Hill was born in Georgia and one sister Nettie Yates Bainbridge ,
moved to Gainesville six years ago Mirian; one daughter Mrs. Mary P moved to Florida in 1945. He was uA, ."v. (To-Reha Motel)
from Punta Gorda. He was a Cohn Jacksonville; one step-son, retired from North East Florida
member of St Patrick's Catholic Frank W. Dixon, Jr., Gainesville; State Hospital as a purchasing ,, Funeral services were held Tuesday OVEOAFor Reservations or Take Out Orders
Church of Gainesville and was two step-daughters, Mrs. Susie D. agent. He was a member of New July 1 in New River New Con- '
retired from U.S. Steel Grice, Keystone Heights, Mrs. River New Congregation;, gregational Methodist Church with .1\1 Ly" '? Call !9647681Lunefc.Specials'Served
Survivors include two brothers Patricia D. Crawford, San Antonio, Methodist Church, Class leader:," t. Rev. John '
Yarbrough and Rev.Jo.tiChael
John G. Vincent Portage, Inc., Texas; one sister Mrs. Harriet the Youth for the last 20 yea!I-. Norma Burial ( 11 2:30): )
George Visnovsky: Gary, Ind.; two Webster, Jacksonville; two veteran of World War II, a lowed in Pine officiating.Grove \
sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Reynolds, Oak brothers, Gibson Poole, Keystone member of the V.F.W of Sande ; I nder the direction of Cemetery Archer ner (Serve 5 9:30): )
Albert Poole, Jacksonville
Lawn III, Mrs. Charles Glennon Heights ; Survivors include his wife. Jo Wuneral. Home of Lake Butler.
twelve and 3 I
Lansing, Mich. grandchildren great- '.
In lieu of flowers, donations may grandchildren. -
be made to the Memorial Fund of St. Graveside services were held
Patrick's Catholic Church, Monday, June 30 at Keystone .'.
Gainesville. Heights Cemetery with Rev.
Funeral services were held Leamon Ward officiating with : 1 ( ( ( '
Wednesday, July 2, in Dewitt C. Masonic graveside rites. Archie At'
Jones Chapel with Father Michael Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was 'fJ= 'NtORMAN.S .
Pendergrast conducting the ser in charge of arrangements. :'i?;":: !
vices. Entombment was in Royal .. ,.. ..;.... .. ...:.. RKET . .
Palm Memorial Gardens in Punta "
Gorda under the direction of Jones Albert S. Keuning Open July 4th.
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights Mr. Albert Keuning, 31, of Starke --
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died brief illness.Sunday, June 29 following a ) .<(JH; it'j\r-.0.4':6''Yi\ ." '?" ;" "'..- ''at .a '. .. .' ", '.'

Fredrick Ross PooleMr. Mr. Keuning served in the U.S. Air i.:'' ".....f"'1"r'3J

Fredrick "Fred" Ross Poole, Force. ; : "THE STORE THATELIMINATES :; fl .
72, of Keystone Heights, died Thurs- Survivors include his mother, -.
day, June 26 at his home following Mrs. Wanda Keuning, Starke; one ? ,} '?'l'rw!! t. ?;
an extended illness. sister, Pat Keuning, Denver, Colorado "..,-L.::: :: Wo' Ii
!Mr. Poole was born and raised in ; one brother, Robert Keuning, THE WAREHOUSE rt ;.
Jacksonville. He was retired from Jacksonville. t
the Jacksonville Coach Company as Graveside services were held l' & THE MIDDLEMAN 1 ". :
a driver after 41 years. He served in Wednesday, July 2 in Crosby Lake '. .i1i1t In. "
the U.S. Navy during WW II and Cemetery with Rev. Jerry L. Patton ,
belonged to Melrose Lodge No. 89 F officiating Archie Tanner Funeral .. -"}..' ,'""L'.r L" "" 'r"...,..'"'."' .,.....*fP': oI',.' 'i "
& A.M. He was a member of York Home of Starke was in charge of ar \ j.f' ; ] ,.
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July 2, 1984 -July 5. 19M ,
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t'Starke Area Want Ads.- i iCARS (N- M

LAND FOR SALE to Robert Lorimer, Director, Sunshine
Industries, P O, Box 509,, Starke FL
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ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement'
1f>] FORD EXPi. AM/I-M radio, ca *ett|, OUT OF AREA $3,500 $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Drivers, Mechanics,
AC red sports car good cond. $280f. 964-5606. 1 1/03 tfn Welder. Electricians, Machinists
For Info call 9645812. ask lor lei. LAND FOR SALE Mountain-air Realty, ONE ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Road: Carpenters, needed immediately/ Also REALTY
Slice located In beautiful North Georgia $3.000, no down payment, $70 per mo. airline lobs (Up to S6000/month) r
1911 COUGAR XR7 loaded, day Mountains. Come tee us for all your Call 964.5606. 1/03 tIn Transcontinental. Job Search ((308))
9648485 alter 6 p.m. 9644181. 6/26 real estate need, P.O. Box 1122, EIII- LOT IN CITY) 6000. Call 964.5764; after 382 3/00 FEE Iran 8ft 201 '-7 T PHONE 964.7776
2lchg 5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn OVERSEAS JOBS $20,000 to $60,000 plus
jay, GA 30540, ((404)) 2761122. fcan '
CAN YOU BUY JEEPS.Can-4x4's seized 86-206 I 3/4 ACRES off 227. $4,000. $200 down, bonus. Job offers guaranteed Free information 205 N. Temple. Storke I
In drug raids for under $100? Call for BE OUR NEIGHBOR North Carolina $75 per month. 964.5606, 5/BTF Doycorp Box 697 IGS CECELIA TFRWIllEGAR
facts today! ((615)) 383.3338 Ext 815. Mountains, homes, mobile hornet, ACREAGE a HOUSE. 44 acres with 2 Br. Pocatello Idaho 83201 'Icon 86.207
fcan 86.204 lot, view, creek, house, $2,200 per acre. House rented. REAL ESTATE LICENSING, only 4 weeks
1971 acreage Call 1)755) 4040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col SPECIAL
T-BIRD loaded, $1400. Phone lakefront. Financing avail Free listing 100 ACRES with 3 Br., house born _

197S 964 INTERNATIONAL 8503. 6/26 2lchg PAD 7/3 TRUCK-20 ft.( Information Carolina Country Real storage utility house, $2,200 per acre lege 7'3TFNDEPENDABLE* NEAT LADY needed to do e THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,
Estate, Hayetville, N.C. 28904. ((704)) ph. 19049647771.619 tfn
box, motor 12. MV404, 5 speed, wheel 389-8335 COLLECT, fcan 86-208 3 ACRES facing 230.East of Starke. $500 housecleaning and help out In small dock and covered dock patio clear water for swimming and
12. 1122.5 New tires on i rear & new down plus closing costs. $175 per business. 7823125. 73 l Itpd fishing. Budget priced at 33000. Owner financing.
paint. $5,000. Firm. Con see at Crafts! month. 964.5606 7/3 tfn' LIVE-IN NIGHTTIME COMPANION for
.'| BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 1 ACRE beautiful, wooded 4 miles West elderly lady. 9646859. 7/3 Itpd BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice home with con

1972 SUPERIOR 2200 MOTOR HOME All of I-904-3B87204 Starke. $200 7/9r-.r down, owner linon. NEEDED for three Elderly young lady children.to live Call in 7823019.and care venient location one block from school-1500 sq. ft. of excel liv,

new awning, tires and rear brakes, 7/3 1tpdMANAGER space-only 8 yrs. old-CH&A-selling price $43,000 with VA
dual air-4k generator 2dr. Ig. refrig., Make up to $20 per hour..work fulltimeor HELP WANTED WANTED 'for 82 multifamily assum mtg. of $35.000 at 9'/, % interest-Mo pymnt of $339. Includes .
; elec /gas, sleeps 5. $13,500. firm. part-time sharpening saws and apt units located in Starke. 40 Hr P&l. insurance & taxes. Also 14'x24' work
:;. 964.4459. 7/3 Itpd tools. We how you how. Write Foley EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS week and company benefits send shop56'x12'patiolarge
: 1982 CHEVY PICKUP at. ps, pb good Bel.aw Company. 20310 Field Building. needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. resume to 801 S. Water St. or call oak trees-garbage disposal-five ceiling fans- you
:: cond. no rust 964-4371 2500. 7/3 Kansas City. MO 44111. fcan 86-201 Coll Susan Cook. 9646220. 12/5TF 9644214. 6/26 2tchg 7/3 can get into this home for approx. $6,0001
tfnchg PENNY STOCKS; Opportunity of the 80' SALES POSITION: Must have soles ex OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service -MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terroce-3 BR 1 1/2 BA, CH/A
1979 PONTIAC FIREBIRD, runt great pi for free report and information call Ben perience. Call 964-5606. Olins Mobile military personnel in the Naval Air
Homes, Hotpoint D/W, stove 15 1/2 cubic ft. refrig. with ice maker,
pb, air shocks, am/fin stereo cassette Scharff toll free 1 800 4321335. Stuart IFHAIRSTYLISTI Reserve Program in Jacksonville, Fl
': $1 800 obo. 782.3110713 Itpd James Investment Banker, NASD, ) Florida licensed. Must Ground and flight' crew positions" washer dryer, four ceiling fans, drapes blinds tinted win-
,: REPOSSESSED 1984 TOYOTA COROLL SIPC. fcan 86.210 have following. Good benefits. Busy available in patrol transport helo and dows, freshly painted inside & out patio 10' x 10'utility bldg
;: 4.door ac, at, am"fm stereo. Call Du Shop. Holrplones. 964-4645 2/20 TF attack squadron. Call toll free nice chandalier in DR.
: pont Credit, Union. 8 a.m. 4 p.m BOATS GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 to 1 800.S21.1316 for more information
:: 964 6980. 7/3 2tchg 7/10 { $59.230/yr Now hiring. Call 7 3 13tpd 9/25 HANDY MAN'S DREAM- 112 year old cypress siding two story

1977 FORD, 1500. 6cyl!, standard 805.687.6000, Ext. R 5504 for current home 4 BR 1 1/2 BA, some remodeling has been done,
: trans, good cond, 9644600. 7/3 Itpd 14 FT. ALUMINUM boot with almost new federal list. 6/26 8tpd 8/8 MOBILE HOMES fireplace $33,0001PEACEFUL !
; 25 HP Motor and trailer. Call EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest.
YARD SALES 964-4752 Mercury after 9 p.m. 7/3 Itchg clean cut A MUST! References required __ FOR SALE RESTFUL SECLUSION-2 BR, 1 1/2 BA frame home,
1979 17FT. PROCRAFT BASS BOAT 115 ; possible $25,000 first year. Ap CH, A, aluminum siding, two acres with trailer space, garden
,; 2 FAMILY YARD Evlnrude trolling motor, air live well ply D & S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer an spot paved road.
SALE, Thurs.. & Fri New
':; & used Items 624 Lake St. 10 tit? 7/3 bilge pump. P.T. & T. Custom trailer. CLERICAL phone calls. 4/3 mail TF work. ex- one or all Olin's Mobile Home Sales I -BRAND NEW BRICK HOME-3 BR. 1 1/2 BA anmoe. $42,000.
: Excellent Cond. $5,000. 9647358. 7/3 easy handling 904.964 5606 6/6 tfnchg
i ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home
SAT Itpd pay, no experience required. 1984 DESTINY MH with 'fireplace 1
July 586. some furniture Don't wait, call now 9647222. 5/29 off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 boths 2700 ft.-10.09
mud tires. PU 1979 17 FT. PROCRAFT Boss boat, 115 Bedroom, and more. Take overpayments -approx. sq
15.161n, golf clubs,
':' children's clothes, lots of misc. Go out Evlnrude trolling motor, air live well -H HAIRSTYLIST -NEEDED: Experienced and Call 782 3358 after 6 p.m acres-many amenities.THE .
:- 100 towards Lake Butler, past bilge pump P.T. & T. custom trailer- following preferred. Coll 964 6777. 3/20 TF GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsomebrick
I cemetery. Left on SW 7th. watch for excellent cond. $5,000. 9647358. 7/3 6/12 tfnSHTERED TAKE OVER PAYMENTS, 1986 14X70. 3 & cedar home on 37'acres' 4 BR 2'/i bath plus a nice
: signs.. 7/3 Itpd Itpd Br, 2 ba, FP, furnished, $141 per
: ALUMINUM BOTTOM BOAT w/trailer, manage indoor work activities for 25 month. No cash needed it qualified barn energy efficient 133000.
$275. 1.12 ft. Jon boat 1.14 ft. Jon handicapped adult students in productive Free delivery & set-up, call 284 6000 OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY Twelve acres with

:: HOMES boat $200 each. 3 sailboats w/trailer work center. Desire production collect, or I 471 0611 after' 6 pm 7 3 home approx. 2900 sq ft., 4 BR 2 ba barn, workshop, pole
,. FOR SALE a* I Is $750 for all. Canoe trailer, $350. oriented person with strong organization pd 7'31 tfnchg
barn fenced and cross-fenced of fruit trees,
((31x42)) variety
and communication skills able to
wanted: 25 to 75 HP Outboard motor. 1982 14 X 70 FLEETWOOD MH on 1 acre
: THREE BEDROOM BRICK home CH/A 2 Rick salvage 964.5184.73ltpdCOMMERCIAL motivate and train the handicapped in 12 X 24 storage building, garden plus $85,000
:: baths LR/DR, fireplace, breakfast work skills Must be able to deal effec- more $27.500. 964.4166 7/3 2tpd 7 10 -NOT TOO BIG-NOT TOO SMALL! 319 N. St Clair St. $36.000
: room, game room 560 Glendale St. tively with staff, students and com TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1986 24 X 44, 3 1'/, bath
PROPERTY -WALK TO EVERYTHING 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, largelot
:: 964.5468. 3/13 TF ponies. Desire HS and 2 yis. experience Br. 2 Ba wood S shingles $152 month
;: LAKE HOUSE on one of the best lakes In RENT/LEASE In industry rehabilitation Free delivery, & set.up. No cash needed $45,000. You'll love to call this home.

: Keystone. Dock, nearly 2 acres, large and/or college. Previous work experience "if qualified, Call 284 6000 collect or ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES.... I
;: oak, clear lake call 904.725.3047.6/12 and training In vocational 1 471 0611 after 6 pm 7 3 pd / 31 LOCATION
i 165'
.:: 4tchg 73 NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call ft Thompson education or human service programscan tfnchg' on 301 by Econo

;:; 3 BR, I BA HOME with central heat & air Streets: 2 story masonry building. be substituted Base 11,000 to 1987 FLEETWOOD $7995 one left at this Lodge $120,000.eINVESTORS .
I ;-; and garage. Appraised at $36,000 will; Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/1OTF 13,100 (Based on training S ex puce., FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES
sell for 28500. 964.4082 or 964.8447. 3 RETAIL STORES for lease, Highway 301 perience) plus quarterly performance Green Cove Springs Call 284 6000 col : 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially subdivided
:;: 7/3 Itpd South. 473.3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF bonus. 4 wks vacation holidays paid eel or call 1 1471 0611 afte 6 pm / 3 highway frontage, close to school $1,000 per acre.
TWO BEDROOM furnished house on core 20 ACRES zoned for MH Park, city limits life & health insurance. Send resume pd 7. 31 tfnchq Hardwood trees. Developer's dream! .

?:: ner lot newly renovated. $26,000. Storke. 97500. 3054578265. 6/19 '" PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington

::'. small down payment and owner will 4tpd 7/10 South of SR 16, 262.5'on Hwy. 301. 105' on Washington St.
finance "n. 964.5970.6/26 TFNchg Accelerated Inc.
:-: 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, house and MH on 2 acres. Realty -PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven

:': On Morgan Rd.. 9644990. 6/262tchg. thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg with 150' on Hwy

: : LOG HOMES Be informed before you B UEBERRIES Phone 964-4544 301) by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars.
: : buy. Order the Log Home Journal, Free :
: : from American Lincoln Homes. Call us U-Pick or We Pick on order ( -GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 301 N. by Powell's Dairy
: : toll lice: (US) ((800)) 334.5166, (NC) ((800)) |1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Storke, Florida Freeze 200 ft. on Hwy 301 approx. 1.61 acres, $125,000.
: : 682.8127 Icon 86-205 Open 8.6 Mon-Sat ( Homes Lois Acreage Waterfront Owner would consider financing.USE .

2:306:30 Sunday | Forms Commercial YOUR IMAGINATION: 20.16 acres, $50,000 owner

,' of'' No Charge to List Your Property for Sale finance 3 wells 2 septic tanks, small barn tool shed. 2 temp
4 miles West
4- Longneck,,
The Singles Metros or 2 miles East ofj| Call and discuss!it with us. poles, property can be divided into 2 tracts each with well &

:: ConnectionStop Orange Heights 1.7 miles North LET'S GO TO THE COUNTRY Brock hone 3BR 2BA on 5 acres septic tank, $27,000 each.
I' NICE AND CLEAN--Mobde, Home 14x64 2 BR 28A w front porch metal il I shad 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
(Co. Road 1469))
; :
: being lonely and blue
on 2 lots Brooker $25.000.
'I will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
by joining Lakeside Singles TWO GREAT BUILDING LOTS-Neai Crystal Lake buy one or both
DAIRY QUEEN 89900. 169'on 301. Bldg. being
Day Hours 468.2483 I close < : Approx. Hwy.
and value
DELUXE COUNTRY LIVING Brick 5 ER 2BA 1 lot of beauty >
:; Club, At. 2, Box 530, Hamp Afternoons 475.1 151 or 4732702IRA'TiFFTN''OWENsriNO |town sold 'as IS", approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. paved for

ton. Fl. 32044. hod 113_ HIS ONE WON'T WAIT-On. Kingsley Lake 50 ft lake frontage 800 It deep 2i.>i parking. 1

: ages, dock nicely wooded, $95.000
lOT FOR SALE-Couniry Club Estates After Hours

--I OI NICE FAMILY HOME, good neighborhood 3 BR, 2 BA, Crystal Lake M-",...vus, ( Pauline Randolph 964.6323 <
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u - |lake access if desired, some furniture, 535000.
ATERFRONT LOTS-Sompson Lake S" Sampson River Stan at SB 000 i ..d! Randy Cory 475-2597

IPa single family residential. Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541 FDon't
OODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS"hnnre, and 5 acres, 23 miles from Cecil Field, 'J')< enfor '

family living, storage bkig fruit hoes stocked fishpond $74 900
PRICED RIGHT-Farrn for Sale, 131 Acres
1251 FEET ON 301 with home well, utility shod, excellent l location' $14 9OO
COMMERCIAL BUILDING approx ISOOOsq It. floor spore Mod"' "IJ. :u I '"I". | >

[B 9645065. ]301 street COMMERCIAL 74900. PROPERTY 146 It. fror.iago. South of S'orke BuyAnything. -_ -1 i



|Wayne Douglas..............................................,.,....964.6593
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOUI I Novls Ward.................................................... ......964.7454
John Greene... .......................................,...... .... .533.2121 '

Bill Dodd.......... ...... .... .............................. ... ...... ..964.7408 l---

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.ft. 100 Irving Clark..... ... ........................................ .... ......964.7188 CHECKED / __._ _

:; RESIDENTIAL I Evelyn Chastaln..... ......... ........... .......... ..... .... ..., .964.4319 OUR rail <96< l-6.U)5.;
: Cindy Kurimay.................................. .. ..... .. .. .. .... ,964.7498Don CLASSIFIED "
; *THOMAS ST. fix, home
up Hood....... ............... ... .... ... .... .... .. .. .. .. . 468.1905 SECTION?' -
r *3 BR, 1 BA. with den and FP A of
piece in the
country right city ONLY -
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: $38,900. .. .. '- f 196-2261 or .

*2 BR, 1 BA. partially furnished on 1 ae. of land. EXTRA SEPTIC. Lg. utility shed 311P =- :IDIID: :" "== == ====-=---2Bl 3III :JBD
: I with extra room. only 29000.

'; *4 BR, 2 BA nestled under beautiful oak on opprox. 3/4 acre In low 40'. 21
: IMMACULATE 3 Br, 1 Ba frame, secluded Call for dela.lj-138,000.. \ 11"I CLOSE IN LOCATION : SUPER NICE- In town: 3 Br.,

: LET US SHOW YOU this 4 Br, 2 Ba'nearly new house, could use as 2 apt. II 1 spacious 3 BR, 2''', bath, 2 Ba. executive quality home ,
: 2BR. IBA 120' x 325'. Kingsley Lake area. Only 32000.
fireplaces, CHi A, formal DR & Lots of living comfort features
: EXCLUSIVE HOME available In Golfview at the Country Club. Two story 4 BR, MCfuirTlmeAt
:: I 4BA home w/pool. Many extras, Call today for an appointment, -J.IMHM!* LR many amenities in this im LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH

.: GREAT LOCATION, 3BR, 2BA, overlooking Crystal Lake. octot maculate home with acreage. CH' A with beautiful grounds
: NEW 3BR 2BA, cedar home with lake view of Sampson Lake 964-4522 LOOKING FOR LOTS OF Keystone area.

." DAVID UDODGe. MSA .; SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3

;is COMMERCIAL STARKE. FL. r bedrooms, 3 baths and too many CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA
,: CAN PURCHASE THIS well established oil company or lust buy the property South 301. Plaza t <4t-537GV .;..;r ,. 'i features
': 103 x 230 In excellent location. to describe on 3 3/4 TION: 1 Acre on corner of 16 W
::'. INVESTMENT OPAl DICKSON >fApXKAV( EIDER acres. and Pleasant Grove Rd.
thru Fri.
Open Mon
Including 1 farm .
; pullet 1 1.30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
broiler farm Ask Irene for of other SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ren
i' more Information. Set. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in area lovely homes I

I: PRICED TO SELL 7 unit rental units furnished, live in house and rent 6 units Re.4-5 41 9 this 3 BR 2 Ba is on a corner lotwith tal complex, full occupancy firm

': ir rent all Excellent financing only 79900. 200' 'frontage on Hwy. 301 N. Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business many amenities. Super cash down payment required.
.:: GOOD RENTAL investment 3 BR, 1BA. Owner financing. nice. CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87
e Your Full Service
Estate Office e
: DUPLEX only 10'. down. Owner fin. Full price $25,000. Real MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19

: LAND A HOME THAT! DARES TO BE Looking for Land? Hampton Lake 3 Br., 2 Ba.. mi. to Gville.

,: 27 ACRES priced to sell at $23,000. i DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres We have it. CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff.
:: WOODED ACRE with well on Hwy 100. 1700 ft. featuring.3BRs, 2 Ba's Tell what
us wont EDWARDS
you storage bldg., and a I0'xl2'greenhouse. RD.: Adjoining
10 ACRES Owner financing. j den !liv rim kit din. rm dbl Insulated
\:, A LOT FOR YOUR DREAM HOME very close to elem. school HIGH POTENTIAL : 269 On 1 acre All Bradford Sq. 64x150 with
':.:' 1 ACRE In Keystone. Quite living. windows rng., refrg, acres with possibilities for 60000. building.
":, ALMOST 2 ACRES with well and septic on SR 230. Only $13,500. DW CH&A dble carport galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR OWNER MOVING-Must sell-

.: CITY LOT zoned BP-1. Owner financing. w/storage bldg. Sale priced at 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining beautiful 3 Br 2 Bahome.Featuring I
73200. acreage Starke Golf and Country Formal LR, DR, COMMERCIAL city
lake. Owner financing
LOT 140x143 on Sarnp on '
j WATERFRONTS: sand bottom Club. Timber valued at over Fam. rm. w/fireplace large kit. 144 x52 w22'x46' bldg., Ideal I
( lake w/nice mobile home. for laundromat
In City 58000.
$131 ,000.
1= William D.Tiffin Realtor. President | Ready to move into. 25500. AFFORDABL .ln city 3 Br, 1 NEXT TO North Fl. Chrysler

I: Susan Faulkner ASSOCIATES Realtor; 964.404 HANDY MAN SPECIAL. Br.with Owner Financing! Ba, fenced cor. lot. 34500. Plymouth Dealership. 2 parcels
.: 96. 5142 Douglas Conner 964-1420 lots of room. Close to town. I 49 Acres with well F A SOLID INVESTMENT: a LARGE HOME-ln I
.: Irene L. Faulkner | $17,600. city on ap
: 1 Louis Young 94-7525 Marty Russell'' ."."" LAKEWOOD Septic tank. Hwy. fmni .. world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba,

1". Lucille Debbie Spry Toole 964-8420 964.6983 Karen Bobby Adams B1S9! 964-7W1 964-4002 I home In exclusive AREA area: Executive, Crosby LOOKING FOR "COUNTRY"? 2 Ba, Fm Rm, and Liv. rm.. Din. Rm., CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum.
v-a sewing rm. more within
Lake COMFORT? NATURE? Then seethis mtg.
;:: COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL access. Quality construc brick i 3 br 2 ba CH&A 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000.

;is' Rentals Available ( tlnn..4 BR, 2 Ba, manyamenities. home on approx.: 5 acre's. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties I
t: Carol Warner. REALTOR ASSOC. Call !
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STEREO CONSOLE-62 In. GE turntable? 2 BR 1 BA Mobile home, large living
A/C. close to town. $235 month.
estimates. Handy-Man F.nc. Co. SALES 5 HP ROTOR TILLER-used three times, 1 Call room 4732730. 5/22 tfnchg Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac, Fridays and weekends. Call Shellle,
Owner Llmerock( Fill Dirt 4732521. 6/5 4733239. Itpd 73HOUSES
Tommy Reddish 964.8559. tfn seed planter call tfnchg
7/3 2tpd LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly mon
GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors window., 20 yd. semi-loads only NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable, efficient i
FRUIT & NUT TREES, thly 1 2 BR,
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, Phone 781-3172: 5/23 tfchg strawberry plants' efficiency apartments or computer printout letter quality. FOR SALE
chickens & ducks. 9644516.;: 7/3 Itcha. call 4732919. 5/22 tfnchg
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sole at
9646078. Orders alto taken in Lake : Call 473.4648 and leave message. Will
Butler 496.3079 and Doublewlde Home Center located 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished, swimmingand return call tfnchg 3/27
473.4973. 2/26 tInWANT Keystone Heights North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not FOR RENT skiing $250 a week plus $100 HANDYMAN SERVICE yard work chainsaw LAKE HOUSE on one of the best lakes In
deposit. 4733856. 6/5 tfnchg Keystone Dock nearly 2 acres, large
TO DRINK trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg work, tree trimming trash
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKt HOUSE ON LAKE BROOKLYN 1 removal any odd lob 4733321. 6/5 oaks, clear lake. Call 9047253047.
WANT TO STOP sale at Olins Home Center located on Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. Bedroom and great room stove andrelrlg.rator. tfnchg 4tchg 6/12.7/3
FOR SALE BY OWNER Geneva Springs
THAT'S OURS Highway 100 West This. Is not trailer Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone $250 mo.s deposit. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
trade for
Condo. Will consider
4733069. Itpd 7/3 property.
Alcoholics Anonymou. furniture. 6/13 'tfnchg 9647498. 9/16 tIn homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
HOUSE ON LAKE 4752133. I 7/3
GENEVA Across from tchg
96441509i4B949o4219 and one BR apartments estimates Call Rob 4733590. 6/5
made & installed. Homes golf course. $400 a month. Nice.
pd thru 8/15 custom Electricity Included. Low weekly tfnchg
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes Beautiful of N. Fla., 964-6766. 5/1TF monthly rates. Palms Apartments, 473.3083 or 475.2838.7/3 tfnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. LAND FOR SALE
cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE flashing arrow 2314 N. Temple Ave tfn RENT OR OPTION TO BUY 3 BR. 2 BA Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
sewing machines for sole James signs $2831 lighted non-arrow $2631 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 Mobile home on 5 fenced acres. Central Estimates. 6/5 tfnchg LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. $13.500.Own.r .
:Strickland/ corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Nonllghted $2371 Free letters! full factory BA apt For more Information call Lake AC/Heat with large 2 car garage. FLOOR SAGCING-DOOR DRAGGING will finance $164 per month
16 Slarke. 964 8733. 12/5TF warranty. Only few left. See local Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor Owner will finance Call 473-7857 House out of level? Call LoRue Leveling 473.4367.6/5 tfnchg
HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrlcol ly. 1 1800 423.0163 anytime Icon 86.202 tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg home evenings; or 473.7771 work Service, for all your foundation LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
complete home repair. GIBSON TRACTOR RIDING MOWER, 36 COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now days. Keystone area 1 Itchg 7/3 repairs. 4737721. 6/5 tfnchg acre wooded lot. $17.500. Call 473.7162
Reasonable rates Licensed contractor. In single blade never ujsed. cost available at C&C Mini Storage. 12 ft. UPHOLSTERY Chairs, couches, cushionsand after 5. 3/27 tfnchgOVERLOOKING
Call Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF $1700 will sell $1150. 964.6362 6/26 ceilings jlghts, power new reduced Lost campers. Addison Upholstery LAKE BROOKLYN Prettiest
PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING: all 2tchg 7/3 rote 94-8848. 1/9TF 4732452. 4tchg 6/19.7/11 lots you'll find. Five ((5)i) acre
phases obedience, personal protection FLA. WILD TURKEY CHICKS straw FINE ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE HOMES. $100 REWARDI! Black male Labrador. TKEE REMOVAL large 8 small jobs, lots. One mile north of Keystone
show ring. Experienced all breakers 964.8406. 7/3 Itpd Basketball, playground, private laundry mixed dark spots on tongue, Lost Nov. reasonable rates.FIREWOOD. 473.4512 Heights oil Hwy 21 and Brooklyn Bay
breeds. 964.5732 or 9647100. 3/13 TF GAS RANGE, yellow, lift off brass oven and road. Near prisons PINES 7 on SR-100 and Immokolee" Road. or 473.3160.7/3 2tch 7/10 Rd. Zoned RA. $8 00 each E-Z terms.
TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call door exec. cond.. $35.00. 964.6362 7/3 SRI 21, south of SRI00 Lake Butler' Call Answers to "Minor. 4737162. 6/5 473-7717. Itpd 73YARD

964.6766, Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. I Itchg 496.2366.6/12 tfn tfnchg MISCELLANEOUSPACK
We will tell you how to avoid that lob 35 HEAVY BREED RHODE ISLAND RED & LARGE 2 BR, I both house with CH/A, LOST JUNE 24 Blue-point Himalayandeclowed SALE
and increase the value of home. COMET mixed laying hens. Call stove and refrigerator. Suitable for male cat In vicinity of Pinon
your Road. If found please call 4751788. RAT Buy, sell and trod. collect-!
5ITF 782.3625 7/3 1 tchg couple or small family $350 month. 2 FAMILY SALE Sat., July 5.9 a.m til
LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates. Most HOMEMADE UTILITY TRAILER. 6X10 Coll 9647826. 3/13TF 2tpd 7/3.10 ble items and antiques. Used furniture, Seminole Ridge ((1 I mile north of
lawns $15. Phone 964.4238. 5/8 TF single axle. $525. 468-1000. 7/3 tfnpc APARTMENTS FOR RENT) Newly glassware, jewelry and much more. Melrose off SR-21)) Look for signs
/IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD WOULD LIKE to FILL DIRT FOR SALE 9049645606. Ask for decorated everything furnished. Laundry HELP WANTEDOFFICE Come see for yourself. One mile east Water heater, 4 HP O/B motor cedar
take piano lessons, call Lori at Mark. 73 TFNCHG facilities Included. Video room of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. closet large commercial sign miscel
964.4526 between 2 pm S 5 pm. Each PEAS FOR SALE. No kids under 12 Infield available. Will accept one child no SUPPLY SALESPERSON. Prefer 4732183. 6/5 tfnchg Items. Cancelled if rain. Itpd 7/3
lesson is only $5. 7/3 tfnchg Ph. 964.6780. 7/3 l Itpd. pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. retired person to sell In Keystone RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP JULY 4' Corner of 100 and 214 (across
DAY CARE In home starting Aug. 25. USED ROOFING TIN $3 per sheet. .. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF Heights area. Must be familiar with Needs spring and summer clothing from White Elephant). Modern clothes
Certified: preschool teacher and 9644738. 7/3 llpd 28 FT. TRAILER for rent by month, 1 or 2 community. For more Information con now! I 11 I Open Tuesday through Saturday all kinds, shoes, lots of miscellaneous I
mother. Fenced yard. Activities offered ANTIQUE PIANO, best offer. Call adults only. No pets Deposit required. tact John Miller 9646305. tfnchg. 10 am.5 p.m. Highway 21 North Items Itpd 7/3
Please call 371.3224 after 5'30 7823722. 7/3 Itpd 9648484. STARKE KOA KAM- EXPERIENCED CABINET MAKER Cabinet Keystone Heights Coll 473.3106 for
p.m. Fairbanks area-waldo Rd. MOVING: Elec stove, and refrig. $60 PGROUND 301 South. 5/15TF Installer and cabinet sales person. Apply time to leave Items 6/5 tfnchg FOR SALE
Rebekah Box Allen 7/3 Itpd each $100 for both. Dinette$15. 401 N. SMALL FURNISHED 2BR HOUSE suitablefor at Dyson Cabinets 2923 N.E. 20th
CHRISTIAN COUPLE wants to live-in and Cherry St., 7/3 Itchg Middle aged couple. No pets. Way Gainesville FL 32609. 3tchg CARS, TRUCKS l&/t fT. MONARK $-1 BOWRIDER -
care lor elderly person. Room S board LARGE WALK-IN REFRIGERATOR' 964-59706/12 tfn 6t973ASSISTANT & BOATS Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three
plus tome salary required. 964.5882. COOLER unit, 8x10'x8' assembled for UNFURNISHED HOUSE 3 Br., living MANAGER TRAINEE Must nice built In cooler/storages I Full in
7 31tpdTREE inspection $1500 3 cooler compressors room, dining room kitchen wall to have experience in handling lumber strumentation. Extra storage. Large
REMOVAL large S small jobs, $1200 each Contact John wall carpet, air cond., gas stove, and building materials, truck driving 1974 CADILLAC Coupe de VIMe, all elec. fuel tank. Bow rail canvas, boarding
reasonable rates-FIREWOOD. 473.4512 North end of Orange St.. Red house, refrig. 964.7771, 6/19 TF some counter sales, some tric, AC one year old paint job and platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
or 473.3160.7/3 2tchg 710I between 3,:30 pm S 7 pm. 7/3 Itpd $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one maintenance work. Available to work new vinyl roof A-1 working condition. GOOD! SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. Larry
AC TRANE 30 TON, Trane 25 ton bedroom apartments with refrig. and Saturday. Permanent with opportunity Asking $1700 obo. Call 4732566. Itpd 475.1267.6/19 tfnchg
I WOULD LIKE to babysit In my home Chrysler 50 ton 4 ea. 4 ton Bryan cooking facilities All utilities are Included for advancement Write to P. O. Box 7/3 ACT NOW 11 I Pet "ID"' tags. Pet's name
days. 9647321. 6/26 2tchg 7/3 w/gas ((125.000 BTU) heaters All used. in this price, so why rent a room 364 Lake Geneva, Florida 32660. All 1974 CHEVY PICK-UP 350 P.S..AT $950 & your phone number engraved on
3 pallet jacks, $275, $200 $150. Dust S when you can have an apartm.nt.Mantnly replies kept strictly confidential 2tchg obo. 60,000 original miles, runs like brass. Send $4 PP today to: Hodg.sEngrovlng.
MISCELLANEOUSFREE chip collectornew200. Platform rates are $200. Call us at 62673ORGANIST new 4737197. Itpd 7/3 Rt. 1 Box 387 Keystone
scale-floor model-$200. Stock carts 8 964.4262 days, 964-6566 evenings, or & CHOIR DIRECTOR Faith Heights, FL 32656. Itchg 7/3
CAT pure white year-old male cat. dollies, many types. Used castors, drop by and see the apartment Presbyterian Church. Send resume to
468.2760. 7/3 1 tod elec. motors, stainless steel sinks. 10 manager in apt. no. six at 314 North Rt. 2 Box 2733 Melrose FL 32666 or
ea. New GE 1/2HP 1725 RPM motors, Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Sta call 4734525. 2tchg 7/3.10
LOSTFOUNDLOST $40 each. Ricks Salvage. 964.5184 7/3 tion. 6/26 TF


CALICO CAT: between Raiford Rd, REFRIGERATOR works good make offer. clean, quiet. 830 N. Temple Ave.. PINES
(C229)) & Southern Villas. Gray.Ton. 468-27607/3 Itpd Houck Apts 9644296. 7/3 3tpd 7/17 I
has 20 CU FT. Hotpoint chest freezer. 3 ROOMS & BATH furn. apt lights 8 hot
White six toes on front 2 feet 3 Retail RENTAL HOMESOne
Answers to Prissy 964.6086. 7/3 Itpd 9"4-A4U." 7/3 Hod water furn. $160 per month plus $75.00 I SpacesFor
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. sec. dep. no pets. 964.8071. 7/3 Itchg I II
Measures 24x36'. 25 cents each. Great OR 2 BR FURN. APT. All utilities, cable Lease
REAL ESTATE for patching and repairs.. TELEGRAPH TV. HBO/MAX included. From $160 Two Three BedroomsAll

FOR SALEWE 135 W. Call St. 9646305. monthly Inquire 208 N. Cherry St 7/3 I h ,000, 1,250 & 2,750 sq. ft.<
: Canon-for rent or
sale. Canon home copier $799; Canon RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month I !
BUY HOUSESI! Threatened home or office copier $999; Canon office and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker I
foreclosure? We can help) any condition copier, $1399. Rent to own for as Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF Hwy 301 S.
legal problems solved. Were investors little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP, CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On I
not realtors, mortgage Co. Immediate 110 W. Call St., Starke. 9645764. 2/21 Highway 16 W. Close to prison I 964-8848 Cable TV Laundry Mat
cash. 18004628877. Ft. tfn 964.7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg
Lauderdale Icon 86.209 ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile I
homes inside fi .In ._ _. ,, Carpools Private
RIVERFRONT 45 SPACE RV PARK busy No down payment. Coll 964.6946. tfn city weekly monthly I ''- s ..
highway frontage. Waterfront MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. JO LU Motel & MH Park 964 8810. 6/5

bedroom furnished cottage 42000. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn 2 BR APARTMENT, unlurn., $200 per Playground BasketballSR
Waterfront bedroom mobile $26,500. FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale. month. 2 persons, no pets 9648404.

Citrus County Floride Real Estate 360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C-6 S HOUSE FOR RENT, in Starke, stove 121 Lake Butler 496-2368
1.904.726.6699 Jim Mayes, Broker. FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc., .
refrig, new carpet two bedrooms, convenient CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES Con I
Icon 868.211 miscellaneous body. parts, tires & mag { to shopping no pets $250 j' temporary stone & Cedar 3 Br 2 Bo.. -- --
wheels. Gary 964 8569. 3/20 TF month 1 Island lasts 1(
security.468-1509. CHI A. 3 car garage. Ig. lot fireplace. -
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- 7/3 2tpd 7/10 & !11 I
I CRYSTAL LAKE H/S: Approx. 2349 Shop Compare
side pickup. $75. 9645812.TFce' VERY CLEAN furnished 2 BR trailer. \( sq. ft.. 4 Br. 2 Ba. CH/A Water to air BEN & DON'SAIR ,
4x4 PARTS /,
: ton, anything you Private lot. Quiet neighborhood. Win Speciallnsuranceforofbp
need--Axles, front or rear auto dow air-no pets no children 964.5739 I heat pump, fireplace, formal Home Parks
transm, transfer cases, 2 different, or 9644468. 6/26 2tpd 7/3 \ LAWTEY AREA Beautiful 3 Br. 2 Bo. CONDITION & All .. homeowners
-- types, spring lilt blocks, big U bolts 5 ROOM OFFICE or house on Call St. brick veneerover 2,000 sq. ft., Fla. policies I for

( ,Call, 9645812. TFce New wall to wall carpet central air, room setting in nicely landscapedchain REFRIGERATION mobile I homes
Registered Pit Bulldog Puppies 6 weeks lease required $345 per month link fenced yd., "Must See". Call for Quote *
old. Red with red nose. Call 431.1 191 or 964-6305 ask for John. WALDO INVESTMENT 15 acres, COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC '
4311862. 2tpd 6/3 10 1 BR UNFURNISHED HOME in country. close to Formers & Flea Market. Air Conditioning Olin's MobileHome
Large yard, outbuilding window air HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE: 135 acre
Have you ever wished. that you 1.7 miles out of town. Adults only $190 farm, with lovely large brick home Central Window! Sales

were In a position to own a swimming NOW HIRING per mo. 964-8602. with all ammenities, Ige pecan DehumidifiersAuto .
pool but weren't sure that you SEWING MACHINE DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER access to lake, trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked & Truck Elaine M. Olin, Agent
could afford such a luxury? Well quiet no animals: dead end Rd. fish ponds, near '1-75 & 441.
having YOUR OWN pool doesn't require OPERATORS 1 964.8765 BR FURN after. 3 pm. 7/3 Itpd I NORTHWOOD SUBDIVISION: Family ICE'ICETMACHINES; & ICE MAKERS I Z ..9645606WALDO
APT., utilities furnished. Inquire -
a fortune anymore) With the Experience helpful, qualified at Tackle Box 341 N. TempleAve. living at is best good neighbors, Rentals ----
modern construction techniques and people start out well above' 7/3 Itpd I close to town. Don't miss this 3 Br. 2 RepairsREFRIGERATORS
the standardiied plans that Dynamic COTTAGE ON HAMPTON LAKE. 1 mile Bo. CH/A, c'b. priced low to mid
Pools has to offer you can have the minimum wage. Only serious'job south 301. Hwy 13. Large liv. room. 50s. FREEZERS VILLAS
poo' of your dreams for a lot less seekers apply. dining room, CH/A furnished. Adults -CR 22S: Close to Prison 2 homes to STOVES, WASHERS DRYERS

than you think VOGUE, INC. only, no pets. 4681829. 7/3 2tpd 7/10 choose from 3 Br. 1 Ba. In mid to Home Repair and NOW RENTINGA
high 30's or 2 Br. 1 Ba. In the mid
Prices Start At 710 S. Water St. I Few Used Models
3 BR MOBILE HOME: Furnished First and high 20's. Both come with CH/A. 1.2& 3 Bedroom
Starke, Fl6'a6 lost month rent No pets $250 per mo. GRAHAM: 3 Br. 2 Ba. carpeted ran TOTAL HOME COMFORT
$5,900 7>rh<| 7 3 I
Call 964-5251 after 5 p.m 7/01 tfn cher with CH/A, fireplace formal Unfurnished ApartmentsAt
.. A Reasonable Cost
-- formal, over 1800 sq. ft. Ig. work Equal Housing OpportunityBen

INSTALLEDTHIS I barn many extras. |$185 & Up
WALNUT ST. Here It Is, that or Don On Call
} rr LI beautiful Ig. 3 story home you've 24 Hours. 782.3564 468.1971-.r
Extra $300 OFF Broker j always wanted. Let's set the appt. to
With a variety of sixes and shapesto t REALTOR' \ 8/12 4tpd 7/3 Lawtey
choose from, there a beautiful .
Dynamic pool that's just right for David L. Dodge, I Starke, FL 32091 .
home Realtor 064-4-16! '11
your AND your budget. This Master Senior AppraiserMember

reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor 964-4522 of Not. Assn. Assoc. Harold Epp s ....964.6616.; : SAVE $ $ With
will take care of everything from of Master Appraisers Jf ::-
design and Installation to
FL. ec
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arranging. Homes .
100% Financing with South 301 Plaza Complete Property Appraisal Service BROADWAY & WALTERS aftgs ,('

NO DOWN PAYMENTNo Farms Homes Business Land I s(1WINDOWS 9

Monthly PaymentFor -- ---- -- --- -- ------ --- --- TREE SERVICE

90 DaysTo Open Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tilt
make your new pool a beauty of Removal -'fl'
summer fun Phone Anytime Daily 8 Saturday 9 a.m to 4 p.m. In Also

a.m. to B p.m. or Saturday > Sunday 9 Trimming e Siding Soffit & Fascia
o.m. to 5 p.m. -- Stump Removal
399-5685 Firewood a,. Awning Screen Rooms

Plumbing Supplies From Free Estimate -_ Carport Brick or Stone

Portable SPAS& Inground l iii Durrance Pump & Supply::.- 473.7097 473.7679 7E.anlng Call

After 5 P.M.
|[* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed .?
US 301 North, 844 N. Temple Ave., Stork 964-7061
Licensed & Insured
,fn i Starke Fla. 964-6766
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Office Space For Rent Carpet (Any $1495 Scotchgard -- :

Room is Hwy 301 South Handi'Housesmenti

One-Room Offices with Common Entrance Cleaning & Hall) Available.. nmoBit

Air Condition Share Utility, New Bill Carpet with ,Other ConvenientLocation Tennants Florida Carpet t Cleaning & Dye Co. (( EDM\r'-- ) No Down Payment

Rent from $100 Per Month PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDor Many Sizes and Styles

We specialize in cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture clean

Offices ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contract Quality
Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate 964-8848
work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment. t

Connected by Hallway Senior CII ill'" Oisiount No Milt-Jiff-Ch-iny!; !><'<' Atlvico
Must See Appreciate $399 Per Munth Iln Evenings
Roolnsover Call 964.4997 Call Member
For Information Call 473-3627
250 >q. ft. Check Yellow Pages In |local phone book Slarke Bradford 964-4073
964.6305, a"k' >r _'.jhn extra, : charge All|| Work cuarjnleed' Chamber of Commerce

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FLORILAND r FIIP .July' l!Nli || SKCTIOS. l'ai{|. 11 I
Summer Speed Enforcement Planned

REALTY I Florida Highway Patrol Director, This program will allow the Patrolan In addition, the Patrol will be con- The FliP is Many drivers have a misconcep
964.7700 r Colonel Bobby R. Burkett announced additional 34,700 manhours of en- ducting a media campaign entitled the strict; totally committed to tionthaldrlving5orlomphoverthe
393 N. Temple Ave I plans today to implement an Intensified forcement to the existing force of 'We Know You Know*; through the speed limit.enforcement As a result of of the that 55 mph speed limit is permissible. The
Vernle P. Odom Broker-GDI r Speed Limit Enforcement troopers during the historically use of public service announcementsand mittment all com speed limit is 55 mph and vehicles:
I (ISLE) campaign by the Patrol dangerous summer months. This additional literature aimed at increasing VASCAIt resources including traveling in excess of that :speed are
---- ------ I beginning June 26 and extending enforcement resource will compliance with the 55 mph speed craft will be Radar and air- in violation of state law and will tic
COLONIAL HOME 2 story good I through September 1. be a valuable tool during.! a time law. This campaign will be releasedto J Burkoll extensively, said dealt with accordingly said Burkett
condition nlc. I The federally subsidized program radio and television :stations in the
washer B dryer neighborhood.refrigerator CH/A ] I will provide additional trooper when schools are out and our sum- near future
Includ.d. Prlc.d to tell. Move I I r manhours to patrol Florida' mer visitor population is high. This
1 COMPACT 3 Br. 1 Ba home highways. for intensified enforcement program was planned so that it
motlvoled sellers, has very r ol speed laws.This federal program would include the Independence and -- ---
I NEED LOT-W. hove .. I will also provide funds for the Labor Day holiday periods, said
with ".r<1|, on. I purchase of new VASCAR speed timing Burkett. .
fronting 301 5 at. Also I devices to be installed in FHP 1AiILINETRAYEL
_1/2 4 oc lots patrol cars. SCHOOL J-- -.'. -.JC0

i Janet MrStarling -Cl _. ti

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I 98--21 oc., 4 BR, 2 ba, stucco home,
barn mobile hookup. Financed. -***********.*******
432--loke Butler: 2 BR, 2 Ba mobil.
$ BUSINESS : Lie Real Estate Broker
2 stocked pond, 7 ,
ac. Owner will COMMERCIAL .
PROPERTY Storke.Large
split ; ; UPI'ORTUNITYFASHION I corner lot, 2 bldgs. curr.ntlyrent.d. rl
U43Q..1 Acre., mobile, septlcs., lake 50000.
I access. Moke offer. i .2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home. 29900. =-= = 1-.:=r
J422--3 BR 2'both, brick home onacreage. : STOP is : .REDUCED TO $39.900 1.S ACRES TRAVEL AGENT 1; aa
I .
Owner anxious TOUR GUIDE T
with older
home, beautiful
I { [ developing a new pecan
*424 1
--Home, corner lot, could be trees. AIRLINE RESERYATIONISTS I unutr1oioM

I commercial, near city hall. Great shopping plaza adjacent $ .15 ACRES: Older home and DW STMIUUUT .ftL-TNf/PMT-Il I IIIIAa .
potential. i to their store on mobile home. 47500. mm M im HUM twmiiMM u
#396--Mobile Home Park Site, 20 oc.. .11.9 ACRES: 1 Well, 3 septic tanks, STIlT I KSKITTUMMtf
Inside city limits. Site and plans JIIwy.: 301 (across from pond, pole barn. $33,500 $ U ITtlLUU r *LL r-- I IeUlel
I already approved. See this nowl J high school ) : .5 ACRES: $12,500; 10 ACRES 101 PLUCMtKT USBTMCINAT1. i 1 0
IBA, mobile, 1/2 ac., 25000. Excellent Terms :
workshop, like TWO .
new. Unbelievable 50 Ac.iS50.000. urea
| price and furnished. J RETAIL OR OFFICE SJ ((904)) 7(2-3931 A.C.T.TRA% SCHOOL !

Investors' : Ask about our apartment J SPACES left P.O. Drawer M 1-800-432-3004 1lssooM xlsrAloS00M
are !
properties, bar & lounge, 301 S. lawtey Jcc/WnW Mtmhtt HHSC /
timberland acreage, and commercial Available for I
occupancy *
properties 1
TKOUT REALTY, by Mid-June! J

Ccm.OlMTID { Don't miss out on this *
s.WOMB J great location : BULLDOZER WORK WANTED ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc. offers Exclusive Homes
f" H31
473-3094 J CALL 904-384-0003 It Call ((904)) 964.5606 by
Tidewater Building & Land Co., Inc.
839 For Further S
STARKE. FL 32091 I : Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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II II I I r CYPRESS : Hnn".1 $37,500Custom

and $ Contact Susan Designs M Faulkner Available GRI, CRB

t PINE BARK : 964-5065 Eves:964.4048Tim's

f You pick-up or We Deliver j*

I I i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery : Custom Cabinets .
New Construction Remodeling .1
Your Union County Realtor )i i Cypress Lumber For Landscaping : Cabinets Hila.! Ceilings .

496-2126 or 496.2903 i *
964-6649 [ Free Estimates
360 W. Moln St., lake Butler tin .j. Call Tim Thompson _

-- FOR SALEWORTHINGTON ,...................*******.**.******..**.***.**.****.*. _964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TF

homes with -.- -. ,
Country -
one or -
more acres '- '. '.-.. .

.3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CB home, barn, pool, with 2 acres.6 acres-or 14 Roberts Real Estate PEACEFUL PINES KENNEL

acres. Also spring fed fish pond available. Extras Include done fireplace, 986 N. Temple Ave Starke, FL 340 SW 21 A Road Archer FL 32618
CH/A carpet, dishwasher,, .!;>ve, ref, drapes. Owner offers some finance "A Home
ing. R..>dy for Immediate occupancy 964-6262 Away From Home For Your Pet"

,! .3 BEDROOM, 1'/> BATH home and 1 acre In country setting with large oak 1. Under new ownership; we appreciate the opportunity to be of
trees and large barn Present VA mortgage is assumable with' proper .COMMERCIAL Successful service station on.US. 301 service to you. Inquiries welcome.

.down payment Available VA or Non VA applicant. I $50,000. Coll Today! 2. We specialize in OBEDIENCE TRAINING, in addition to services
3 BEDROOM, 1'/. BATH home CH/A stove ref, dishwasher, F-PI (buck ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only previously offered.
stove), carpet, home looks brand new. Also extra large work shop that is
enclosed and has opprox. 1600 sq. ft., with sliding garage door. Ideal for \I $75,000. Owner terms possible 3. WELCOME TO ALL THE PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS, AND WE
boat, auto body work or possible cabinet shop or home business venture. .CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat & air. WOULD APPRECIATE ANY NEW CUSTOMERS TO GIVE US A TRY.
for .. 4. Your well
Ready immediate' occupancy :- w -Reduced to 35000. "" pet's being and quality core is our purpose.

LAKE BUTLER I 640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly 5. Hours: Mon. Fri. 8-6, Sat. 83. No Sun. or Holidays.
*ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT* One of a kind 2 home, built
1896. Has 1 acre and lots of trees and shrubs Excellent story location 2 approx.blocks growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 Lloyd Nace Professional Trainer ((904)495-5148)

from Main Street Owner will help In some financing. I per acre! !I. -

ACREAGE DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.
.3 ACRES-paved road pine trees, several large oaks and old tobacco barn. I SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.
Owner moved out of area has assumable mortgage. Union REAL ESTATE
38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
4 ACRES-wooded has septic, well and power pole. Ready for service.Owner .
\ frame with out-buildings, CH/A
transferred financing available with assumable mortgage
.5 ACRES-fronts paved road and also graded rood. Has small creek thru .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements. County

property woods and pasture Assumable mortgage with proper down pay. FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no improvements 640 ft.. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY .
ment. 5 minutes from town. I ? If I don't have it, III find It. Just
frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well
ask JANE S.
PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY. pump septic tank.COMPLETE 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves "YOUR


George W. Roberts, Jr Broker NOTICE FOR SALEBird
496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves. I 964.6058 Evenings

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted dog puppies 8 weeks old. Call
"Your Union County REALTOR" Terry A. Gaines, CSM Salesman/Appraiser to the Union County Times office 4963279. Itchrg 7/3

964-4181 Evenings In writing and paid In advance Border collies purebred pups. Excellent
-- unless credit is already establishedwith working .stock good pets 496.3040
this office. M-F 8 a.m..5:30:: p.m. Itpd 7/3
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: ? l Classified THE TELEPHONE.deadline Is TUESDAY. Time Maintenance Mon. Must have

JULY : NOON, prior to Thursday publication. trim carpentry and some electrical' ex
!j I ", I :JI Minimum charge Is 15 words 'for$3.50. perience. General maintenance from
ati.I then 15 cents for each word thereafter. lawn work to pointing. Apply In person -
; -- S A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through

SENTRY( / ; :/: ', J \ .. ---: t'.t/ SR121. lake hard Butler.workers' References only. 65 required

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4'/ .
Hardware! --,1ii \ 'L-1 --. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Ward clerk-nursing assistant lake Bull.rHospital.
PRN and full
time positions
Located In Union County Times
building. Call for information. available. Apply to personnel at

Flea & Tick ,34 Qt./S Qt. BLufkin XL33 496.2261.Ifn. Fla.LBH/HSC, Equal SR-121 Opportunity and 100 Employer.Lake Butler

Measure Chain saw, lawn mower and small
Cooler I Combo INSURANCEMAINES engine mechanic. Only experiencedneed
KillerRidaBug apply. Call 496.2534, 8 am.5
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Mn. X 331 It tape. Shape
p.m. 2tchrg 7/3 10HOMES
Extra-thick insulation for fits hand. Wrap around INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
Main Street, Lake Butler. 4963978.Complete .
ke.pinfood and drinks grips Write.
stop slipping. Insurance Service. 2tfree
Rid* colder longer.Comfortable ( on wipe.off blade. Power 4/10, 17 then tInLAND
o return and lock button.
unbreakable, handles. Government Homes from $1 (U repair).
i 9 9 3 year warranty <<'!' FOR SALE Delinquent tax property. Reposses
fr 14 e;; lions. Call 1(605)687-6000.( ) Ext. H-1136,
7 -: zBOTH ONLY! LOTS. All sites from 1/2 acre lo 9 1/2 for current repo list. 6/5 8tpd. 7/24

#412 acres Half acre lots start at 3195.
Easy owner financing with 10 percent OUT OF STATE PROPERTYNorth
Premixed for the 8 down. Located In Baker County on
: strongest and longest. 23.59 VALUE
4 CR229. Convenient to 110. RURAL
lasting spray you can buy. Guaranteed to Carolina Mountains
REALTY. Call Jim Smith at 2593517.
kill fleas around the home.HOUSE 6/26 4tpd. 7/17 On. acre located In the mountains, good
access, large trees covers this tract
Owner needs to sell. $6500. Pay $1,000
frUUU, .. FOR RENT down, assume loan.
PAINT CI5000 Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 'levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting .
EXTERIOR LATEX RENT Union Count/Time, 150 large deck overlooking mountains -
SILICONE Main Street Lake Bu'ler. Phone excellent location. Built-in
496.2261 for information tfn cabinets very private, all for 55000.
Clear OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Pay $5.000 down, assume loan.
988 located In Union County Times Building Two acres short distance from Murphy
terbr La Silicone Caulk at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for good gOlden spot, ready to build on.
x Owner said sell $9800. $1,800
13.09 S\\. more information tfnPERSONAL
11 down, assume loan.
I VALUE 91J111\ These are a few of ever 2,000 listings.
Vinyl and acrylic xna......... 3 '10.3 0 z. SERVICESWe We have all types of property from
$700 per acre and up. We have mall
Ojr COdr paint with adecorative low Each speclallie in roofing carpentry ord tracts. We also have several cabins,
sheen flat finish. I734 r Improved formulation painting. Call 431.1145.4/24' tfn/chg. houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today
for a free listing brochure. You can
Cleans up easily I weatherproofs call free
with soap and MOBILE HOMESFor by dialing 18004387421.( )
water. =-= and insulates with Write or call today. 6/12 Btpd. 7/31
-"; Cherokee Land Co.
cQ I I arch 50 year durability.
2SHOO sale three mobile homes, fair to Murphy, N.C. 2904
good condition. 2-two bedroom and

Uilt At the locally.ownedSentry store. in your ...... fLOSEO I-four bedroom 1 1/2 bath. $2.400 FOR SALE OR TRADE

[ fr\ s"S:5 LAKE BUTLER FARM CENTER INC. julY4 Sat.JU''I each 6/19chg/tfn while they last! Call 4962366.
& "I j For sale 1980 mobile home 14x60 2 Beautiful 4 bedroom. 2 bath home, with
Hwy 121 South Lake Butler Phone ((904)) 496-3921 S bedroom 1 and three-quarter bath, :2 car garage and pool. In Gainesville.
*terllcleotMl .'.oMMtf le stock>D n_.dw< this ule MeMOs neon oveUMMtt. .|tkMalM from tho_ufMI_. elelltn menM"' of.... central heat/air. Assume Many extras Want property In Starke,
or 1M....,...11"or"ewe o rein coc>.rncoo km*on oLeooolo, *../>.o.._.........io...r eoloenolioo Mo owe ertcoio.e-rooor.es Ike inane mull. eu'initlIs.elm _. $160 month. Call 496-3293 after payments 6 p.m. Lake Butler or Macclenny area. Call

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