Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Typical hot, sultry July wcatner No change expected through the SECTION AI I PoB.

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A high of 99 degrees! was registered Wednesday at WPXE Radio Editorial Pag. . . . .4A
in Starkc. A cool front from th; west is not expected to reach The Social Scene. . . . 5-4A }f
Florida. Highs in the 90s I lows in the low is the outlook, -- ....
\ upper 70s Public Notices I A ,r .. ,..
with an increasing i chance of afternoon thundershowers, 20% Sport , : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :6A ... ... (Ott I '

Wednesday, 30% Thursday, and 40% Friday. etc *11 1 I 11/1/i ii\ill\ IdldibNiA
The New River fire tower on SR-100( west of Starke measured 2.58 SECTION BI 12 BCTFL
Pagninches H Y P f K
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of rain Saturday, the Louis Hill tower north of Lawtey 1.65 KH Air Show . . . .1,128 ( it
inches and WPXE Radio 1.2 inches Saturday and Sunday. Peach R.dpl.t . . . 2B i 111'11 I IV''I! !>;HI I I V HI") FLORIDA

July normally gets 7.99 of rainfall, August 8.10, and with June'e Ar.o D.otin. . . . . SB
7.07 inch average, are the three wettest months of the year. Child D.v.lopm.ni . . 4B r 3S611-
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Average annual rainfall for this area is 61 inches, through June 21 Crody Announc.i. . . SB ;'I I I f I /"
inches had fallen! and the area is about two inches below normal. Fabulous Fourth . . . ta ,,
A hydrologic conditions report by the Suwannee River Water Classified . . . . 7-98 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side I of Heaven

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Management District shows district-wide rainfall below average. N w Briefs .9-108 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
Groundwater levels remain normal because ol 1985 humcanes Tennis R.iulu. . . . lie 51st Issue Thursday,July 10,1986 USPS 062-7<>b

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Senior Citizens...

On-going weekly classes in For Wal-Mart ;
macrame/needlework and Bible ; >
study are offered at the Senior V
Center "lr
An AARP Chapter is being form- ki I''I r

ed There here. are free blood pressure :: ; 3 t.tr.1; '

readings every fourth Tuesday, \'f.-. On 301-S Site
courtesy of Upjohn., 1'lJy 1'-
The Center is open Monday } 'rio;
through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. : 11\ 1'f\1Ih!
and is located behind the
new cour
< Mark Fried lin saying the plan should move ahead '
thouse the of Grand and
on corner
: BCT STaff Writer "fairly quickly" after the agree-
Georgia Streets. Contact Beverly : : : Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.'s once- ment with McElroy is completed.The .
McGee and Teresa Woods, phone
\ delayed plan to build a multi-million
964-4545, for more information. dollar commercial shopping centeron construction project will .t

US-301 in south Starke received employ up 250 people during its peak ,"
Surplus Sale... further confirmation this week. period, according to estimates pro- *,
Plans for the shopping center, vided by Miller, with many of the
A School Board surplus propertysale which could include up to 25 different workers being drawn from the local .v
goes on every Wednesday from stores including WalMartand community for temporary employ-
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off a major food supermarket, were ment. Miller also said it was likely
Orange Street behind Bradford first proposed in May 1985 by the that the stores in the planned shopp- '.
Middle School. Wal-Mart corporation but were ing plaza would be employing local ,
... cancelled in November with no workers on a permanent basis after V-
The items, including materials
+ reason given. opening.
equipment, and furniture, are pre- Celebrations in The latest information about the #
priced. For more information, drew crowds of project was obtained by The 15.20 acres of land will be purchased -
phone 964-8780. fairs, com- Telegraph from Tony Miller, vice- from KOA for the project, accor- l
Game to Benefit president of Horne Properties, Inc., dine to Miller who said; the Wal-
( Lake Butler a developmental company located in Mart chain is looking tor a major :k
Highway Project... In- Bartow, Florida. food store chain to join the group of J;{
and blue balloons Miller reported in an earlier article stores in the shopping center.
A Bunko Night, sponsored by the at Lakeside Park that the project, to go on the pre- \
Junior Woman's Club of Starke, is of the third annual sent KOA Campground property on Difficulties encountered in secur- t
set tonight (Thursday, July 10)) sponsored by 301-South, is in the pre-drawing ing the food store and a major discount *T
from 7:30: to 9:30p: .m. at the StarkeWoman's stages at present and estimated that drug store chain was one of the '*:'
Club to benefit Starke'sHighway "t ( ) Tennant of construction crews could begin reasons for the cancellation last T
Beautification Program. overall In the working at the site, now marked year, according to Miller, who said 'M
Everyone is invited to come and of the 5K with a construction sign within six these problems are "in the process"of
join in the fun of Bunko, a dice in Lake Butler months. being worked out.
that minutes, 34 The site of the new shopping t
game is interesting and fun to
The decision -
play. Cost is $2.50 center is now owned by KOA Cam- corporation's original
per For *
person. to locate a store here was based
more information ( of the pgrounds, which, according to ?
phone 533-2505
9645326. 01 Gatorl.iml Ski Club enjoy their Manager Fred McElroy, will on the results of an extensive /
place in the sunshine during the relocate at a new location just southof marketing survey and research of fj .
parade for the Our Country Day the present site. the growth patterns in a three-
county area, with Starke as the hub.
celebration in Keystone Heights.
Square Dance.
.. McElroy met Wednesday with
During the evaluation period the site
More pictures of the Fourth in Wilson
Jerry a representative of
Each Tuesday 8 was visited personally Samual
p.m., Kingsley the B-sccllon Horne
to finalize the sale
'oj Lake Civic Center. Plus level. Moore Walton, founder of the huge
of the KOA land to the firm for
Dance, first Saturday of each Wal-Mart chain which now includes
of the
month, same place. 7pm. shopping com over 750 stores in a 20-state trade I

dance.workshop, 8 p.m mainstream plex.McElroy reported Wednesday territory

If interested in square dance afternoon that only "insignificantdetails" Other Walton enterprises include ';
remained to be ironed out
the Sam's Wholesale
Clubs and
please call 964-7955 for "
between himself and the firm and
information. Walton's Ben Franklin Stores.
predicted that that sale would be set

Active Seniors... at their next meeting to be held The Telegraph will release further
within the next two weeks. information on the project as it
The Senior Center offers various Miller confirmed this assesment, becomes available.
activities for senior citizens In-
cluding needlework, macrame, exercises .ri

bingo, etc. Passes FormulaFor I
Contact Beverly McGee or 7 County
Teresa Wood at 964-4545 for more
information. '

Swim Program... SR-16W Takeover 'il

The summer swimming program,
now operated by the Community t With some points stretched, SK-16 RepavIng ot SR-16W needs to be
Education Program of the west barely passed a Department of done in the near future and would "
x' Bradford-Union Vocational Center Transportation formula to take back cost some $40,000 per mile, Carter
is set July 1 through August 1. the road for state maintenance."It points out, or at least $360,000. Com-
Registration is set one day from made us really happy," says missioners said Monday, July 7, that
.- 9-11 a.m. at each participating County Commissioner E.W. Hodgesof SR-16W is on the DOT schedule to be
x school center: July 14 at Southside the move which will save the repaved sometime prior to 1988. I
w' Ele., July 15 at Hampton Ele., July county hundreds of thousands of The county raises some $220,000per
.t: 16 at Lawtey Ele., July 17 at Starke dollars. Instrumental in pushing year with its 4-cents per gallon
Ele., and July 18 at Brooker Ele. DOT to take back the some nine gasoline tax. The commission is try-
For more information, phone the miles of SR-16W, from US-301 in ing to keep up a schedule of pavingone I
Vo-Tech Center, 9646150. Starke to the county line at New local road per year. Eunicp
y. River between Florida State Prison Road north of Lawtey is currently

;1;4 IIS Enrolling... .... and Union Correctional Institution, being prepared for paving. Last
.':"" ':' 'H. -".' "" has been County. Commissioner year the county paved the Laura .'
"I' Bradford Head Start is now ac- ,.iI' '" I Maxie Carter Jr. Rep. George Church Road (NE 20th Ave.) and
:' cepting applications for children '. I II Crady, D-Yulee, is credited by coun- Ellington Road (NE 10th St.) nor-
3,4,5 years of age. I ty commissioners with working with thwest of Starke.

., For more information, come by :.,...." ...-.. the Department of Transportationfor
the Head Start Center at 1080 North the SR-16W "take back" (See SR16W..P.3.plus )
S4:'Jo Pine Street in Reno, and ask for
': Jill DeSue

J)'',.,.:.' Upcoming... Commission Determined to Collect Taxes On Mobile Homes I ::1:1A

The Board of Governors of the
::1: Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- determined effort to collect mobile home owners aren't paying county with a computer list once the of a conventional home should pay tors ride around the courthouse,
merce is set to meet at 12:15: p.m. taxes on mobile homes is being in- taxes the law requires, either buying mobile homes are located. And, property tax. through some parking lots, and, (
L today (Thursday, July 10)) at the itiated by the Bradford County Com- tags or declaring their mobile homesas commissioners are considering hir- perhaps, through a mobile home
ra, county fairgrounds where Chamber missioners, badly in need of new a homestead and paying propertytaxes. ing a person to locate the mobile Retired- Tax Collector J.R. Kelly park and that is that, commissionerswere
board members will tour the sources of income with an $800,000 Nobody reminds mobile home homes.In collected some $20,000 in mobile told by Appraiser Alvarez.
facilities. deficit staring them in the face. owners annually that they are sup- cases in which a mobile home home taxes shortly before he left of-
.Continuing to hear spending re- Commissioners think there is a posed to buy a tag, commissionerspoint owner also owns the land on which fice. For the few months the
past His office does not make annual in-
quests for fiscal 1986-87, the Brad- substantial amount of money to be out.Monday. the home is located, he can file for county's building inspector
ford County Commission will next collected. But they don't know how July 7, the frustrated homestead exemption. Only one Mundorff, has been devoting 2'a spections of every parcel of land in
meet Monday, July 14, at 8 p.m. in many mobile homes are in the coun- commissioners turned to Property such homestead is allowed per days per week and has collected the county, Alvarez said To do so
would take two three fulltime
the commission meeting room on ty, or how much tax money could be Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez who is parcel, however.In around $25,000 around a south coun- or
the first floor of the county cour- collected. Commissioners have set a looking into the way other counties cases where a mobile home ty lake. workers several years to complete.
thouse. policy of going back three years. handle the problem. Tax Collecter owner does not own the land, the property
The third Tuesday meeting of Neither is there a record Esther Hall correctly, the commis- the mobile home, could be However, Zoning Director LM. Commissioners have estimatedthe
the City Commission Of Starke is anywhere of the location of the sioners say, points out collecting the assessed as tangible personal property Gaines has asked that Mundorff be mobile home tax would amountto
'1' set Tuesday, July 15, at 7:30: p.m. mobile homes in the county. A per- delinquent taxes is not the respon- which carries the same tax relieved of the responsibility of as much as $300,000, which wouldbe
in city hall.'Budget mit is required from the county zon- sibility of her office. However, Mrs. rate as homesteaded property, but locating mobile homes which do not split by the county and school
work for the Bradford ing office before electricity can be Hall suggests county officials should without the $25,000 exemption.A have tags. Nobody, it seems, wants board. The money would come in
School Board is set to begin at 7 turned on to a new mobile home, so work together to solve the problem. few efforts have been made to the job. very handy in both places.
p.m. Tuesday, July 15,.when Supt. the county could keep track of the Commissioners want to find a way collect taxes on mobile homes,
it Jim Duncan, by law, must submit a new mobile homes going in. to idenfity all mobile home owners, enough to show the commissionersthere County attorney Keggie Flynn
tentative budget to the school However, a record of mobile homesis get them on a computer list, and is a source of badly needed tax says state law places the respon- "It's silly for us to sit here and do
board. Supt. Duncan must presentthe completely lacking, other than send annual reminders to buy funds. They point out a mobile home sibility for outdated tags on the tag nothing as badly as we need I
tentative budget 15 days after license tags. Somebody in the cour- owner should pay property taxes or inspectors, which locally is one man money," pointed out Commissioner I
having the new tax roll certified to that.But commissioners feel that most thouse should be able to provide the buy a tag,.just the same as the owner for several counties. State inspec- Maxie Carter Jr.

him, which was done by Property
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez on July

1. School board members have re- 4 Date Set for 911 for
quested that Duncan go through the Aug. Target Emergency County

budget in detail July 15, with cost -

center figures presented item by August 4 is the target date for Norton Communications, and now to doesn't want the 50 cents cnai ge on cy service through Gainesville, but $142.40 per month for three
a itemThe Bradford County to have the well- $2,071 by the local telephone com- its phone bill, and that might be one may lose that capability when lines, they say they'll cross the
regular monthly meeting of known 911 national emergency pany, the Central Telephone Com- reason the company is giving the Gainesville goes to an enhanced 911 bridge about the outlying exchanges
the Bradford School Board is set telephone number capability. pany of Florida (Centel). county such a good deal. system, according to Emergency when they come to it.
Monday, July 21, at 7 p.m. Commissioners have long thoughtthe Commissioners said Monday, July The agreement is for the local Services Director Cliff Chapman, That is a point that should be look
The July meeting of the Brad- 911 emergency number would be 7, they won't even impose the telephone company, Centel, to In- unless Bradford County works out a ed into, points out Commissioner
ford Zoning Board is set at 7 p.m. an asset to county residents in an 50-cents per month charge if the cost for the 964-,533and mutual aid agreement with Alachua Maxie Carter, Jr.
rl' Tuesday:, July 29. emergency, but have beet put off by from Centel only $2,071 per year. 782 exchanges it controls, plus program County. "It's a good start," said Chapman
''t- The July meeting of the Starke the prices given the board. The price Commissioner Maxie Carter pointedout pay phones to dial 911 free of Board members are so pleased returning from vacation to find the
Zoning Board is set at 7 p.m. charge. The outlying exchanges, with the cost of the agreement with
has come down from $250,000 at that price the county can pay 911 Number..P.2A: )
'.. Thursday, July 31 (source unknown), to $25,698 from the bill. Plus, Carter said, Centel 485, 475, 468, now have 911 emergen- Centel, a $362.20 installation charge (Sec

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Board Doesn't Discount Raises

ILI Despite $807,637 in Red InkHaving

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r )ti $ received word the county's have 80,000 to 100,000 miles on them library fines, $12,000 from a state aid

proposed 1986-87 budget is$807,636 in and the power trains can't be ex- grant $11 225 from the City of
k ::1 the red, most department heads and pected to go on too much longer."I Starke, and $62,712 from the county
% L i r k1t agencies have gotten the word to really don't know how to Weeks said no five percent salary

i hold the line, and most requests answer you, but if it comes down to increase is in his budget request
Monday night July 7, didn't even In- it...," the sheriff told Waters. because he was told not to include it.
clude a 5 percent salary increase. "If it would help you that much in

the short hall, I'll I try it," Reddish
County commissioners have not added. If there has to be a trade-off Emergency Services...

yet decided they will forego giving a between cars and salaries, the car "Mr. Cliff Chapman, come on
five percent salary increase, and goes, and he'll keep the 5 percent down," intoned Commission Chair
they requested raise amounts be salary increase, said Sheriff Red- man E.L. (Nook) Norman.A .
turned in so they can see what it will dish. $205,853 spending request was
cost. It is a matter of whether or not turned in by Emergency Services

the money will be available. 9 for the Retarded.. Director Cliff Chapman, up from

The amount of the carryover is Mrs. Iris Causey, speaking for $199,000 last year.
still being figured and finalized. Director Bob Larimer requested a Chapman again requested a new
"The county is not in bad financial $7,118 appropriation for the Brad- rescue unit which he proposes to
shape," Clerk Gib Brown told the ford Association of Retarded buy with $16,000 from the county

commissioners Monday night, even Citizens plus $4,000 of in-kind ser- $16,000 matching grant monies, and
considering the loss of $250,000 in vices. $14,500 in state emergency service
federal revenue sharing funds. funds which be to
Hopefully the money can be usedas can spent upgrade
Brown wants the commissioners to matching funds for a federal equipment.
cut as much as they can from the grant to build new workshops, said Rescue 61, the main unit has
budget find out what his carryover Mrs. Causey. Working conditions in 58,000 miles on it. The backup unit,
figure is, and then see what the the present workshops bad she said. Rescue 60, has over 90,000 miles on

music will be.Basically The shops are not cooled or heated. it, Chapman said.
the commission is just Rescue service collections are

listening now to requests. A proposed Concerned Citizens... currently running at 42 percent, and
budget and the departmental The Bradford Concerned Chapman said the service would
I budget requests were submitted to reach its this
These 5 Students Earned Straight-A's for the Year at BMS... the board Monday night. Citizens again asked for $15,000, said $50,000 goal year.

The session is set for 8 Ms. Carolyn Simmons telling the Volunteer
Kiv r III l some H.Vl:; students cariicd si-iighl-A's; for the Jane Stmmix-ll.t.v.I daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. Kay next budget commission "We come begging Firemen...
fiilui.. school scar at Hrailfoitl Middle f>tliool.'I St.iiuUx-lI.iy of 'iLiniplon Lake; ht.lluJinnrlall/ p.m. Monday, July 14, when the again this year." A $19,000 appropriation is asked
I 'hex are (1-rl I : Seated: Karen (i'olcnuti daughter/( of Cunovu, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Daxitl (':nut.n of Kinsley board will listen to more requests. The request was cut to $8,000 last for the county's volunteer fire

\I r, Linda Kay \\illi.uns of Sl.nkf; I)a niche Smith, Lake and Scott Duncan son ol Sii|>l. ol Schools< and year. departments, including $7,920 for
(1.III> ht..1' of .\11:. and :Mrs. nail Smith ol Sl.irko, and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Starki The Sheriff... two breathing apparatus for each
"I think this is my 14th presentation Guidance Clinic... station and $1,800 for repair and

and 'gar-an-tee' you it'll be the $72,115 is being asked by the maintenance for each station.
shortest one ever" said the usually Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic a 5 Individual station requests are the
talkative Sheriff Dolph Reddish, same: $2,500 for Heilbron Springsand
Police Car Parked Too MuchAt promising to hold it to 10 minutes which percent would increase go to offset over the last increas-year Theressa $1,500 requests for

then running over a little. ing cost of insurance. Hampton New River, Brooker, and

Presenting a $593,945 budget up $4,200 would be used for operating Lawtey.
$33,291 or up 5.94 percent over lastyear's
The includes expenses for the Multi-Purpose Mosquito Control...
Chief's Motel 560654. budget Senior Center $5,000 for matching
Councilman Says
for five in-
$35,291 a percent salary funds for the CCE program and Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal re-
., crease for his employees, the sheriff balance of $62,915 for the Alcohol quested $6,359 less than last year, or

Councilman Willie Strong and Trouble, Trouble... Fire Marshal's Report said. Baker Act and Drug Abuse treat $120,392.
Police Chief 1\I.M. Jordan clashed "Trouble Trouble Trouble" was Actual operating expenses projected ment.
sharplv Monday night July 7, about Commissioner Strong's Fire Marshal, Bill Crouse are down slightly primarily "That's good. I like that" said
!th,- police car being parked at Jor- when Mayor Robert Scott ask response for a reported that the fire departmenthad because of the decrease in the cost of No salary increase is figured in, Commissioner E.W. Hodges.
said Dr. Bob Lennon the director.
responded to 68 calls since the ,
(Thief Jordan reminded the councilat Department. beginning of the fiscal year, October commission noted there is mission consider putting? a special
the monthly Lawtey Commission 1, 1985. Crouse said the department $22,000 in the sheriff's budget for two Library... assessment on residents to pay for

meeting that he is on duty 24 hours a normally makes approximately 60 new cars. Commissioner Wilbur "The library has always been one the garbage dumping and cost of the
day Strong replied, On call and on Strong said the CR-225 water line fire runs a year and the number Waters asked if Sheriff Reddish of the more fiscally conservative landfill.
duty is two different things." When extension had gotten started, but made so far this year sets a new could get along with one new car agencies in the county," said
Strong made that comment, Jordan had bogged down for lack of help. record. He requested the council "...if it came down to it?" Librarian Arnold Weeks in presenting O'Neal said he included no funds
said "It'll be there when I'm not Greg Williams part-time city release the $600 budgeted for his Sheriff Reddish pointed out he's his $62,712 spending request for employee raises after having
working Willie and there isn't employee has been off sick for sometime department, and the council agreedto now keeping cars three years which Weeks said is exactly the been told the county has lost its
anything you can do about it." and there is no one else to do do so. The money Is used to rather than two years with good same as last year. $250,000 in federal revenue sharing
Commissary Food Store owner the work. Williams is employed by replace and repair equipment. results. But the cars running now Library income is $1,000 from funds.

hades Stalvey met with the councilto the Department of Corrections on
complain about the lack of police the midnight to 8 a.m. shift, and
protection at night stating that works for the town each morning -
burglars worked from "2 a.m. until for a short time. Strong said there -
daylight" rather than during the are 6 meters to be installed immediately

daytime hours. The council discussed on the CR-225 project ,7' JULY PARADE
flexible hours for Lt. Tillitston, with the US-301 South project on '
but took no formal action. Jordan hold. Councilwoman Laura Harris OF VALUES
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reminded the council that his hours said she would call Williams to AL" r.It. ,
at v.'ould all not times.be fixed, since he is on call work.determine when he would return to ::::; t ( ". .... 'Tool.'.' Chance ./...Y,!'


Hampton City Council J U LV 101112THURSDAYFRIDAY


Plans Water Hook-ups ,

Fills One Seat : FREE


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D.y jonn MurgesIK -The council also- appointed George R"P"7.88 STOCK TANKS Wiran ler CAP

T Student Writer Werre as vice-chairman of the city J"c"'tt' easy EP"IY' "- .. _. 9 .. .
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The discussion of getting water to by Chairman Ted Curtis. .. wm.POOrawreh.w .
!i1,Astela 2.3aSSsa APPROVE4. I, :;.:,.:aww'wve Qt1ep'a GppOSldop
Hampton Villa saw further development At PL =av. B8 Western/ tp..r/e/ M Sorae '
Upcoming Election... da.rw row 5 rr.w $51 \- Y' ,;{]
from the work of Mayor s rm.ww.wwE. ._:J-n
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Elwood Padgett in the Hampton City Election time is coming up againin ." '- =:'::::
Council meeting Tuesday night July Hampton, and the announcementof :-1.n.u.n.: NN, SHIRTS 21%DOG. CHUNKS.aM
H two council seats, the Mayor'sseat r : '... w ( 'tJ Fun_, tailoring win,Iron) Nulmlon"IY' COmpI: .n
==; I 41xPre1
Mayor Padgett researched the and the Marshal's seat was \ and Sioevos bach yoke. Two* .buncoPopular Short bO.need"a is.rytouted" ,end co'ed".... '"

construction of the project and says made with qualifying dates -a- nn I pock "L a plaid and lava .,8".ed..u" .' .
tim project is ready to be financed, follows; Noon July 14 to July 18. riilhri III"I; I ""pea. Long e wearingcomfortably 85. polyester, a a GoOd P"000'00"'1' 9ro'
but that he wants the project put out Election day will be Sept. 9 from "''I SV+ V 3000000 ,u,00aol.Plc '6SD

on the market to get some figures on 7A.M.7P.M.An _vm I

the costs to have it contracted out.No m ,..,.._ 210/0
announcement was also madeto
: specific date on when bids be II : DOG
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discuss the city budget with a I HII III I l/ i RATION .
altered! was made. II -' H_....ou\tll"""
meeting August 27 and a second __
Mayor Padgett still expressed that ....,od mum
meeting Sept. 7.to work out details
hi- wants the city to do the work itself and 1 I r"H;.:.doe .workmU dOY:
go over completely. m

b> buying materials and renting the the various WHILE w souyurn. ...
Among city depart __ pr.T m qrellrylollso '
equipment to install it. ONE..II ___ SUPPLY n..on"'P"cal, ,
ments a need for a new truck for the s6fsWAt1AAHTY
Street discussed .: LASTS! ao,,,e.
Dept. was and the
On Police Help... 1
council pressed the issue of getting FULLY I
The movement to advertise for support from the county for a new AUTOMATICY CANAAN
qualified part-time police help for fire truck. One truck is still opera- BUG KILLER til" 1 + FISH COOKER AUTOMOTIVE

Officer Ray Simmons has brought in tional, but two others owned by the .off Photoelectric..down.' Completely eye.lurns. unit weatherproof on it dusk ; Built Portable laThtgh table. .top with' single. BRAKE FLUID DOT 3 J..
only one application. Members city are just taking up space. e"e1 10 I round"iron burner.how and regulator, Minimum dry boiling point 4MT
". I
decided to advertise for a few more The problem of fixing paved / acr/ $69B8 'Surviveiqloo. : 24.OCX)6TUA Recommended for all'drum and
LURING RANGE ,u.'La.eanlra. $5488 .hoe"brake ayMtm*and for manyditc
weeks for a more diversified pool of streets around the .
city was also COOLERS "brake tyttema.including" all QM
applications. mentioned and a short-term goal of ELECTRONIC BUG KILLERS STEEL POT ..., 1dCMC Ci1nOpu....s 44
_._ 'J\
No harmful cnarmcalt; /laolalad An piatlic e tp got Wide mournM 2
circuitryCollacting .
cold-patching the roads is planned.The ( P....... ,ltd 2-wx e steel pole B-660
claan 22"
tray or aaty upPlugtiniolZOvoitouliat "
:McKinney Seated... prospect of long-term plans of Available lor Gallon !Gallon 10 Gallon e 2 Pouring gallon' capacity tpoule ( '" LUBRICANT eso

The meeting also saw the installa- resurfacing the roads was brought :1788 $2488 =3488 ,.r e t4'4ot mumpurposegrease
'run of Dan McKinney to the city up and city attorney James R. Wr S2OX3988 1:np. $ 1388 > ti i rj .si..e..'iremery"" hghmermal 78

uuncil.. McKinney was nominatedand Flynn proposed a several year build- r.n/ -t IGLOO 50 QT.EXPLORER ICE CHEST 9000 WIRE BASKET -' 75 HYDRAULIC

sworn in late in the meeting to up of money through gas tax ESEMIX e Holds 3-Mer' bomes upngrtle Heavy.duty mchal. ,pialed' Sturdy IV handle with end rtng s11 4 TRANSMISSION FLUID
.in open seat once held by coun- revenues which could finance the Hinged;lid Recessed .
c.msm Molt Withstands
10W20 .r
cilman Timothy Saxon.SR16W. work for the roads. W'':,a.; "p''I I 'I d, plug Cull.sLEISURE FURNITURE e elreme grade pressure e Bausfiea specsiQmoetrnanutaeturefa
"' .. 1 warranty e Ann loam
/ p.1 $2088 S 44 .
,rte [ Id PORCH SWING 48uamaoida agents.seal aweHmg addriivea,." .. s 10 eeII

I plbybp 2 "" r a EMra wg"i platad chainaa R&O HYDRAULIC OIL .
Handaoma durabla. mahogany woodS .
OBUOIWI-" Irama =".fowns'.o.ne: w.r:811
e nnblouenbrr.n. '
(from page I A) SK-16E to Kingsley Lake was adc.dar.multtlora, ::f.-.ii YAW FRAME $2744 Circulates, .gooey oak weather'h...i.SO .
wMtows kudiu
Commissioners are still debatingon never given back to the county for A rJih.rose..tltab. mwes.O POoP< Swing e Heavy gauge frame MOTOR OIL 8el
because it is QSE rx'fon tvy paws onk Blackbahed-onenamel e 70"wide7.Thtah .
which road to pave after Eunice maintenance con- :s:::: 10W40P 9CC ,
sidered arterial road to points
Road. $7488
DOUBLE GLIDER 10% Southern Gold
Whenever the county has to east such as Green Cove Springs, 11 + 8$ FIELD FENCE 6trawtde03 High ojuaMy mahogany wood
repave a major county arterial rood St.Augustine, and Orange Park. SW eta s9 galvanizing a lOga lop a and W Donom,3g* 4rhaighta wtraa a Typa I HORSE

such as SR-18 or SR-ltiW, it may stop LOGIC FIRE ANT BAIT
the paving of local roads for several sJr9sea7its6eee '., the and stope worker an| H..ftefIFEED
13"" e Mrirxls eo0 ">0 by ojoeen
AN reproduction..ilogelher Larvae eilrwr. die or are._... $3 560
years. ?R ASH ol mating 4U Box Heavy grain' bad!torhtghenergy
So it is a big load off the county for TIM BRJUFORO wry p. p e P0 lad
the state to take back SR-16E for COUNTY TELEMAPH 00"O"Ic"c' Wd ,dpr.nYll a GtA AtTEEO PEST CONTROL with vHamins extra minerals Porina and

maintenance. Published Thursday I li 1 'a'n"?MO 1'o"1r..ad Rr..d balom" .DIAZINON bugs 125 sod web% ..wormi For outwde.aphtde use.rmlee peat.Ihripa oontrolCrunch .leaf. $485.mawnpwlanl..... ,ow .
Commissioner Carter based his every S B$ mw M.soan bean_...._arlp alod.r. PInt
the state the fact at 135 W. Call Street I $ O 0 .
argument to on 1 'r'M_- < / LXJRSBAN2C Indoor/outdoor pest control'fleas ttcka. '
that SR-16W is heavily used by state Starke. Florida 32091 Am
c..II'm"L.. .
traffic to the FSP and
going prisons Second Clays postage paid atStarl
pointed out the
UCI. In fact. Carter -
here are longer ('. FloridaSubscription r ; '
road to the prisons IICI'C
than the roads to all other prisons in Rates: GREAT iL

the state combined.At In-trade area $12.00 per year PRICES. u.s.Sot odrd sutfoe By Fair Grounds
the public hearing were three EXCELLENT -
$7.00 six months
U.S. 301 North Starke
DOT officials the entire county
commission and SR-16W resident Outside area $13 per year QUALITY. t i 964.7871

V.H. Ferguson. $6.50 six months SUPER VALUES

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Silver Lake Accesses Open, New Law To Regulate- ActivityA -

new law regulating activities residents wnu m. .. on me hm surrounding ban trucks and cars from the ac and there
and hours p.m. Sunday were no was chasing kids away when they
at the two 50-foot the lake. Commissionerssaid
public cesses. The accesses will be open automobiles on the beach. tried to use the access she said. Entrance residents from up on the hill around
accesses to Silver Lake was approved the accesses, both 50 feet wide from sun up until sundown, and gar- Several residents, including Betty to the access on I the north side the lake filled the county commission -
I Bradford as an emergency measure by the and one each on the north and south bage cans provided.Commissioners Potter, who first brought to the at- of the lake was overgrown with meeting room three times argu-
County Commission at itsreguhir bide! of the lake, must be kept also said Monday of the
tention the County Commissionthat brush and fallen trees so as to ing whether to close accesses or
.Iu/v'/ 7The monthly meeting Monday, because the April 25, 1946 deed by the accesses will be maintained by residents up on the hill surroun- discourage the public from using it. leave them open to the public. By the
which Mrs.Jesse T. Stewart donatedthe the county. And, the new law will the lake could At-
ding not get access to No lakeside property owners appeared June 26 public hearing County
property to the county stipulates give the Sheriff's Department to the lake. Mrs. Potter said she July 7 to argue the case torney Reggie Flynn had researchedthe
new law makes official the the accesses must remain public base action on in case of infractionsby wanted her four children to be able again, however. The county com- case and found the deed stipula-
regulations announced June 26 by property.New Commissioner beach. to swim In the lake. A resident living mission's decision goes against the tions that the access must be kept
t the commission to a meeting of regulations include fences Wilbur Waters said next to the south access had a cable lakeside residents' wish to close the open and said the county could not
Silver Lake property owners and with small gates'( to allow people but he made a trip to Silver Lake about 6 across the public right-of-way and two accesses to the public sell the property to adjoining lake

If September is Elections Month, Qualifying Opens at Noon Monday '.

by Buster RahnB1' school board members and twi o must register prior to the close ot nounced for the office Fuqua is 2 Commissioners Up... 1 School Seats Up...
Staff Writer county commissioners.The business on August 2. However, if vacating, along with several other Bradford
County voters will elect
Bradford County has two commissioners
one wishes he Mon- hopefuls. Candidates for all
Qualifying at may register on county
opens noon Monday, lour school board members this
July 14, and closes at noon Friday, First Step... day, August 4, which would enablei and state offices must qualify bet- whose terms will expire this year. Three terms are expiring, and
July 18, for the upcoming September Supervisor of Elections Nevi him to vote in the Nov. 4 general ween noon July 14 and noon July 18, year. One of the commissioners: one is to be filled as result of the
E.W. Jr., has announced he
i election but not in the primaries.r therefore all candidates Hodges,
4 primary election. Flynn reminds everyone who wil!1 are not death of the incumbent, Mrs.
will not seek re-election to the ollice.
known at this time.
turn 18 before August 2 to registei
Residents of Starke will be voting since his business is growing, and re- Patricia Spengler.The .
It's a big political year with elec for upcoming elections. three times in September: First his attention. Commissioner: three members whose termsare
State Posts .. quires
lions set for a U.S. senator for This bit of advice applies also ti' Up.
Primary, September 2; City of 1J.: I. Norman has not committed! expiring are Judy Becker,
Florida, the U.S. House seat of the those older than 18, if not current):t' Starke election, September 9; Set The Governor's term of ollice will himself at this time Leonard Schlofman, and J.T. Par-
retiring Rep. Don Fuqua, and registered. Flynn says the registry cond Primary, September 30. The expire at the end of this year along nsh
District 13 Florida House seat of tion books do not actually close, bu t: general election will be held on with the Lieutenant Governor's: and

Hep. George Crady, and the District registration ends at certain time:* November 4.Primaries. all cabinet officers, including the Doug Nichols I A
21 state House seat of Rep. Chance for specific elections.To are held here by the two Secretary of State, Attorney
Irvine plus the governor and all vote in the upcominj g major political parties, Democratic General, Comptroller, Treasurer.
Cabinet officers, four Bradford September 2 primary, a persoi 1 and Republican, to nominate can Commissioner of Education and A Bu.'n..m.n

didates for various offices to be fill- Commissioner of Agriculture At-
ed. The actual election is the general torney General Jim Smith has an- a Should Be Your

election, although some races are nounced his candidacy for the
NAACP, Prison System decided in the primaries when only Governor's office. Commissioner of State Senator
one party is fielding candidates for Education Ralph Turlington is leav-
an office. ing the political arena to push lor the M1M
legalization of lotteries, which will
for New VotersA
Working Graham vs. Hawkins... be on the general election ballot for.
consideration the electorate I
The term of U.S. Senator Paula by as
title known Florida law provides for individuals or groups to act as Hawkins expires this year,and there amendments to the Florida Constitu-

volunteer registrars in getting people to register to vote. will be a state-wide race for the of tion.
There are few requirements, other than being a registered voter, in fice. Only two candidates have an-
order to begin working. The volunteer must take a two hour training nounced for the office, and it isn't Federal Offices...
session, and take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United likely the two parties will support Candidates for federal offices t

States of America. additional candidates. Senator began qualifying July 7. a week '' aa" tl
When the worker meets those requirements,Supervisor of Elections Hawkins, a Republican will face earlier than state and county can- '
Neva Flynn will deputize the volunteer to act as a registrar.Two Governor Bob Graham,a Democrat, didates.On .
local groups have qualified volunteers to register voters in for the seat. If there are no addi- opening day four men

Bradford county: tional candidates, the names of qualified for the District 2 congressional
The NAACP organization has qualified 17 persons to work in this Hawkins and Graham will not ap- seat being vacated by Fuqua.. 1.
program, and has established four locations in the StarkeLawteyarea pear on the primary ballots, but onlyon They are: Sen. Bill Grant ol r
making registration as convenient as possible. Those locations the general election ballot. Madison; Pete Skinner, of Lake City
and hours are as follows: Bethel Baptist Church,901 Keller St.,Starke, a former state legislator. Ernie

Tuesdays and Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Fuqua Stepping Down... Padgett of Maridnna, and Mario
Lawtey Recreation Center, Lawtey, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 to Rivera II of Branford. I a
10 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.St.Johns Rep. Don Fuqua, a long time ,.
Baptist Church, Petesville, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8 to veteran of Congress is retiring, and rLcLbRuJIState
will not seek re-election this
10 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. year. --y- :4
State Grant has "
RUE School Building, Reno area, Tuesdays and Saturdays, 8 a.m. to Senator Bill ant -

3 p m. and 4 to 7 p.m. [ ATTENTION:

Dept. of Corrections... St. George's& MissionAll Church \.1 rto Girls of All Ages I I

In a recent meeting of institution superintendents, it was revealed 'WelcomeSunday l Baton Lessons ,
that Department of Corrections had a relatively large number of Oi f
I employees that were not registered, particularly in four north Florida Services M will be starting
1 counties, Columbia, Union, Baker and Bradford. The superintendents 11:00: a.m. I _
ot institutions in these counties decided to give local Supervisors of /t July
Confused youths who would like to
Elections a helping hand in getting their employees to register.In .
solve their problems and help others do
Bradford County, one employee was designated to be a volunteer
registrar for DC employees and their dependents, visiting the various the same.Call 782.3080 For more information, calla SenateDistrict

institutions within the county. Donna Parado 468-2685 I
Rev. John George Wilson
I or 964.5547,964-7125 -------- -
Strictly Volunteers... Eastern Orthodox I 5. Democrat "'awl tvnitu' -VHi-1'> -

In discussing the volunteer\ program Supervisor of Elections Neva ,
Flynn emphasized that her office only qualifies the volunteer workers,
and records the information submitted by the volunteer deputies. )o>
I Flynn's office has nothing to do with the scheduling of the hours,or the TNT ;' THE

locations established by the volunteering organizations. OFFICE SUMMER SALE '' .lid OFFICE I

( ; SHOP
SHOP 9645764We !

'. 911 Emergency Number... t\\ HOW.CollSt f' : ]HOW CollSt

I1I1 II 9645764Storks. Quote Prices by Phone'! 964-5764
c from page 1Acommissioners) of the lines Is busy.With such a bash c .Flo. (r.. '. )1 Storku Fla.
system, the county won't have t e : .
had signed the deal .. I
additional communicationstaff. !5 "I''fI
with Centel.! Chapmen questioned if I ,...t:;, I ,..
the board might have decided too ( c.e..wJ\1:
Sheriff Dolph Reddish has agree i
ir 4 quickly to choose a system that to handle the calls through the jail
.' all its needs and if
[ might not meet ,
Reddish has pointed out severa I
| :; the county plans have been approv- 1s
times that you can spend about ai
i t i ed by the State Department of Com .
much money as you want on a communications Victor 800 Medium BIC 2'/4" Adding
I munications. But after talking to a
Centel official Wednesday morning new plan makes system sense, and for says a smal th : Chapman said the new proposal appears -
. such as Bradford, when
I to be a good deal.! there county aren't enough emergency call s; CALCULATOR Blue, Black, TAPE
"I'm not trying to throw cold
to justify spending more. Red Green
water on it," said Chapman,who has Reg. 139. $420
State law allows the county commission
been working diligently to get a 911 ; 1 Doz.
to levy a surcharge up
number for the county."I n $119 l
want 911 more than anyone in the 50 cents per customer, Chapmai Sale Box or 45 a roll
world and I want it the cheapest way
we can get it." r
'. The Bradford 911 system won't be ,t..
the enhanced 911 system such as a
few large cities have,and which will CHURCH OF GOD DE5725
tell a radio dispatcher the location,
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
name and phone number of an Liberty
Walter F. Montz PastorWe
emergency call when it Is received.
invite to worship with us. Storage Box Maxell
Local 911 calls will be routed you
Print Out
the just the Attended Nursery
through county jail as MF1-DD
current 964-6161 emergency calls are Sunday School . .. .10 am Bankers Box COMPUTERPAPER
routed, via phone or radio. The Morning Worship . . 11 am Reg. '7.20 GOLD
equipment will consist of three Evening Service . . . 8 pm
rotary dial phones which will switch Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: pm $595 STANDARDDISKETTES J
calls from one line to the other if one Sale 1/2" Green Bar

8Vz x 11 1 pt.

I I REVIVAL- VACATION 5V<," SS, S Reg. $38.50

BIBLE SCHOOLAT Letter Size or Double Density
Church of God $2987All
FOLDERS Reg. 25.00 Sale I
of Prophecy Inc.

2138 N. Temple,Ave. Smyrna Missionary Any Cut 100 count 10 per box All Other Sizes

Starting July 20 Baptist of Pratt ChurchCorner & Myrtle St. Reg. MO.80Sale $175 20% Off

7:30 p.m. NightlyRev. July 28 Aug. 1 $659

Thorton, EvangelistRev. 7:00.9:00: Nightly

W.T. Laney Pastor pd.o Everyone WelcomeJam'

1,000 FREE DOUBLE ROLL 81Jzx11


$ L when you buy $37 00
0 Raised, Black Print 6 Rolls 810 Scotch Case/10 pkg

_1 $ i 895! Tape $1495 or $370 ream


Family Designer Shoes FJ3 eRANDNAMES tESSA

L.A. Gear Candies 20 / ;
Every pa Off on All
y Values Nina 9 West
EvetY .
,45 up to Gloria Vanderbilt Ciao South Western Bell Telephones

1.I Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Starka Cordless, Office Style Answering Machines !

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.,: I'" "<"' ""' "',\ -r,,, I'j MiddleburgRejected Cross-State Railroad
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'- H ., '. ... n. .. ,. .. .., .. And Starke Benefitted from Rerouting

ll.ivul Yuleo's ,dream of a t'I't). stale
Mobile Homes Should Be Paying railroad from the All.intic Ocean to (he j
Gulf of MOMCO Inviiini) a reality in lhelll.r
:>0s ami affected,,' luMoiy of struggling! L
limits along llu route, from I'Vin.imlin.i" : loYil.tr III
Their Fair Share of Tax ( : Key, Kven: though the dream wall STATION !
slmi Ilivi-d duo lo the economic chaos
caused by the Civil, War, its influence on
growth of towns along the l 155,5 mile route
!K.u-oil \\ ith a deficit of over $iXHH: ( in good port I ion of the county's present projected Spurred he I growth Starke; FeriMiidin.i
$8lw! >.OiH) deficit VV.ililo, :11111 ti.nnesville, milt for a short
the now H!)$tH 87 budget and no carryoiler -
funds to Kil.nuv I the books, the I It is possible that many mobile lum1lOW1l'rs while, t'ed.ir Key

t'l'unlN, Commission is turning its ..ittnition would willingly pay the fees in- The route was originally |Illallm.tI l
MMIIYO of voUed since all of them benefit from through Middlelmrg, a thriving water portlotto
(to a long neglected
in I those days, but (he railroad was
ri'\ enue! in Bradford Tonntjmobile fire protection and by the use of roads not welcomed. by shipping! interests Micro 1'
tionie (tags and licenses.I that must be maintained by the county, so the unite was tli.ingcd! to come through
ist'Innttvl and many: of them have: children in the present lov.tlion of St.nke a slI'ngglyt'l'OSSl'lIIIl1I
I l' >-\ a Kill-park figure it
sill lement at that t lime .
schools" that not at "
\ ( that Bradford County has they are present,
'I'ht' Florida lt.tilro.ul. was org.imcdl
helping to support financially. Un
.i\pound :.1,000 tvnipiod mobile homes douhh'IIl'on1l' of them be l Senator; \'lIlt't'hlll'IIVis% lIIII.tI a hustling l- and passengers and freight were President elect Ulysses S, krauts visit
\Mlliin its Iwtlors gi\e or Like a few may port at Vil.ir Key replete with oceangoing I liiinsNiled| by ""Iagt'" from Starke to to F'el'naudina during his tour of Florida inIHHO
huiulreti.bout unaware of the fees they rightfully' owe vessels carrying c.irgo ami other towns and cities south of here during brought new attention to that ancient
for mobile home ownership and others passengers .aeioss the st.ite, destined for that period.Yulee's city and enhanced its popularity as a va..a.lion
\ ten percent of these are on proper may not pay due to negligence, since at shipment to (he West Indies This goal wasrclleelod dream Ix-came a reality in spot But ""' 'ii '
t\ owned b\ the mobile home oi'co- they receive no notilication in the rail line's early naiueAllantu -- March of Itttil with the completion of the began; to fade when two yellow fever
p.mt and are eligible for honll' h'oHi exemption front *. liitlf & West 1 Indies Transit ('0. Iriiik lo Cedar Key just two months after epidemics hit the area and Jacksonville
of the amount t they OWl
any source became the slate's key port on the East
Florida seceded from
I ho Union at the
while :)
perhaps percent (Cori annually.If Fernandinaw111111during theearly itttMis Mail of (the Civil War The West Indies Coast. As a further blow, most of Fei nandina's -
i mire) of the remaining niobile home had been called "a wicked: Spanish border railroad equipment as well us its
trade was hailed In-cause most
there are some 3.000: mobile homes loxvn" was headquarters of the Florida abruptly
1 n idents l are pacing no license or lag ships were busy running blockades or were main tourist hllll'l't'l'e destroyed by a
i i-s :Most of this money paid to the in the county and :U)0) of them are eligible Uaihoad I'o of sophistication and took on a earning new atmosphere .1 in Die hands of Union lorces. By IHI;2, both hurricane in IH')8.'!)
for homestead exemption the remaining Cellar Key and Feinandina Beach fell into Starke continued to benefit 1'1'011thu
Mate, is returned for use by the county place in the social columns with reports\ on
.iiid t the school I hoa nt 2.700 should be paying some (the activities of Vulee and other railroad the hands olfeder8lforces. railroad in the post-Civil War period, since
taxes or license fees for the support of officials. Shot lly after railroad's first anniversary it provided transportation for the growing
The state makes no effort to collectmobile services receive (he U S Army ripped its track as citrus industry (destroyed by the free/es
county they up
tile Yulee
Fur the 1'11',1 <0eais. of his ,
in the late I'XlOs! ), and its shipmentsof
fees major
home a job leHinre far as l ll.ildw, and Yulee was mi pi'isoned.
In the ollicials wens known \ilvitIL'vy.\ he( name that strawberries days when
past, SOli1t'mlnty in prc-trucking
thousands of additional enforce- Union raiding parties followl.tllhe tracks
his lather, !Moses, assumed when he left''
berries would be shipped' by the carload
statewide basis have been reluctant to bite the bullet (rain Baldwin\ to St.nke tearing up the
icnt i; personnel on a !\IUI'Ot't'O during a pllat''I'VOlutioll While from Starke and Lawtcy to the northern
I ,!k'\\ i ise, the county has made only and come to terms with an enforcement h\nag illl'uha.lUSt'S! ) Levy a contractor ofsupplies tails and burning the crossties in .in elfort markets.
piniodic efforts to collect mobile effort! that i is complicated "messy" to for the Spanish Army boughtl.uge to halt the shipment of food supplies from
in Florida from the this area. to Confederate troops in northern With the coming of paved highways and
with tracts of land
deal with and
home fees on a part-time basis- naturally unpopular Spanish Although David's formal education states A warehouse lull of such supplies the growth of I truck transposition the importance -
therefore, mobile home owners have mobile home owners who have been get- was limited, he apprenticed himself to was burned at St.u'ke during this period.At of railroads to Bradlord County

mostly: 'fallen through the cracks", ting by without paying their fair shareof a St Augustine judge and was admitted to the close of the war wharves, shops, have declined, No longer do passenger or
collection in Bradford County the expense for services they receive. the Florida BlI'I few )t'II'sllter. In 1841 and w.u'chouses were destroyed, both at freight trains stop here No longer do"dl'umnwrs'
while ,Florida w.is still a territory Yulee Fernandina and Cedar Key Senator Yulee (as travelling sah'sml'n're
I'he few efforts that t have been made But "necessity is the mother of inven- was elected territorial delegate and helpedto was imprisoned in Fort Pulaski for a year, called in those days) disembark at the
t'W.ud collection in the past hare tion" and the time has come to become write Florida first constitution.. and the ill-fated railroad was losing over "depot" and be earned in horse-drawn
inventive. The first step will bean effort $20,000 annu.illy-a big sum in those days. "hacks" to the old Commercial I Hotel on 10.
-Nm, n that there is tax moneout there Yulee was elected U.S. Senator from Call Street.
t1! .it rightfully belongs to the county just to benefit by the experience of some Florida in 18-45, but lost the election in 1851 The combination of the war, financial
.1-" much as the ad valorem taxes paid neighboring counties determining how and turned! his energies to forming the thll< I icullies. and the loss of freight traffic to ButI1I'n Middleburg refused to let the
Railroad Co and the hue other pOl'ls'I"'I'kl'd Yulee's grandiose railroad come to town in the 1850s that
i 1.\ of they have dealt with and successfully Florida getting
ant hers conventional single family fell decline liorn
town into
once bustling a
1806 his cross-state railroad
under construction. As president of the plans By was
d! v Ilings. For the past few months the solved the problem of mobile home company he obtained slate and federal in the hands of Northern capitalists. which it is only now emerging with (he
<. .llI1ty's building inspector has been compliance with the law. This effort land grants and began construction of the overflow growth from Jacksonville now
Although the railroad changed hands
toward enforcement long overdue and being experienced by North Clay County
A: two half-days a week to this new line in 1856
voting many times over the years finally becom- And if Middleburg hadn't turned the
:oh and has already collected around is a step toward correcting a situation By Jan I I. 1859 rail had been laid to a ing well-known Seaboard Air Line, it railroad down, Starkc-at that time consisting -
S.Ti.000; l in tags and license fees in the that is unfair to other homeowners in point designated as "Reynolds" about a opened up this interior of Florida to a new of just a few crossroads shanties-
-. .uthe.ist tip of the county At this rate the county but also helping to pay for mile south of the present site of Stdike. form of transportation, and brought amore might never have survived the hardships
This. was the terminus ot the line for a year cosmopolitan litest)le to the area.
it I is safe to project that a full.time min the shortages caused by those who are of the Civil War and Reconstruction Days.

"pl'dot' a y ar's time could collect a not paying their rightful obligations.

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President Reagan seeks Tucked away in a $1.7 billion sup- ,

billions more for an experimental Star plemental appropriations bill passed by ,II .
\\ars defense against possible Russian the Senate was a provision by Chiles

nuclear attack in say the year 2,000 directing Attorney General Edwin

the U S, is being threatened by an in- Mease to call an emergency meeting of

hmise enemy more deadly than cancer the National Drug Enforcement Policy

.ind aids--an enemy that is already Board, setting a 60-day deadline for this

Corking within the nation, destroying body to produce and begin implementing -

\merica physically, mentally, and "a national plan of assistance to
morally. state and local governments to halt traf-

Its a disease called cocaine making ficking in rock (crack ) cocaine. It also

its insidious appearance both nationalIv mandates effective law enforcement efforts -

and locally, in the form of a deadly] to arrest and prosecute drug of-
fenders and to foster public understan- ""
distillate called "crack" or "rock' ,
treating enormous profits for drug traffickers ding of the dangerous effects of cocaineon

at the top to the bottom of this public health and safety." a

murderous trade. Senator Chiles has already held four

The "crack" market was cracked in regional meetings with police andsheriff's New Rotary Officers Installed .
four members were made Paul Mains Fellows at this
Starke last week, but is still far from officials from over 40 Florida Pictured above are new officers of the Starke Rotary Club meeting: Fred McElroy Arnold Weeks, Bill Haas, and John
broken, with some of those released on counties in the past month, gathering in- who were inducted recently at a Ladies Night dinner in the Torode, in recognition of their service to the club. The
bond after the local raid, already backin formation on the massive new drug Training Complex at Florida State Prison. fellowship are named for the founder of Notary Interna

business. The ,supplier "at the top" threat, which is so addictive that treat- From left are: John Miller, president-elect for 1987-88; tional.
still remains to be apprehended, as is ment facilities are being overrun. Wiley Clark, secretary; Dolph Reddish, president; Johnny Directors for the new Rotary year are: Orrin Wells, Fred
Hobbs, treasurer and Rill Rps"i nt. sergeant at arm, McElroy, Ron Denmark Richard Dugger and Larry Noegel.
u -lally! the case.Smokable The deaths of two of the nation'soutstanding

cocaine, in free-base form, young athletes from cocaine ,
has already reached crisis proportions in the past two weeks has shakenthe Forestry In Bradford County Crackdown OrderedFor

throughout the nation. It is cheap ( by nation and publicized the dangers of

the chip), plentiful, and extremely crack/rock, and other forms of cocaineas By David W. Norton Driving Over
ddflictive-often fatally so. The catch is, nothing else could do. Bradford County Forester

one chip at $10 or $20 is good only for alive Len Bias the Boston Celtics recruit 55 Speed Limit
or ten-minute "high". After that and Don Rogers defensive back for the The longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) is a decreased range came along during the se-
cond half of the 19th century. The lumber
tree in American
steeped history. When
euphoric "high", the smoker is plunged Cleveland Browns, were both at the the first settlers landed on the North industry grew throughout the country and Almost half of Florida's motor vehicle
into miserable depression from which peak of their physical prowess yet they American continent, the longleaf pine occupied the timberlands were ravaged as all the drivers will be targeted in a special
the only relief is another chip. .. and were not strong enough to resist the vast acreages in the southern larger timber was removed, leaving only crackdown this summer, aimed at catChing
another. and another. deadly temptation of cocaine. Their United States It has been estimated that the small and poorly formed trees The motorists who exceed the Federal
longleaf having seed did not mandated 55 miles hour speed limit.
pure stands of virgin longleaf covered 40 to pine per
Gainesville is already experiencingan tragic and needless deaths should bringa 50 million acres of land from Virginia all in many areas. The The stepped-up speeding crackdown is being -
epidemic of purse-snatching by never-to-be-forgotten message to the way to east Texas totaling about 200 lighter, wind-blown seed of the slash pine financed by $700,000 in federal funds
youngsters preying on elderly women in students of all ages from middle school billion board feet of timber. Florida had was able to get established and took over for use by the Florida Highway Patrol in
lots through college and to adults both longleaf pine growing across the panhandle the area. an 11-week period.
center parking to get
Chopping and old. But no matter and on the penninsula as far south as The longleaf pine, known by nicknamesas The money will help Florida meet
money for their daily fix. Addicts also young messages Lake Okeechobee in pure stands as well as "fat" pine turpentine, or yellow pine, federal guidelines that require a state to
report to more serious crimes, including how compelling, are often too soon with the other pines native to Florida, Dur- has been long prized for its strength of keep at least 50 percent of its motorists
armed robbery and hold-ups to finance forgotten. It will take stronger action, ing those times, wildfires raged across the lumber Most of the old southern homes within the 55 mph speed limit or forfeit
their daily dosage of crack. such as that proposed by Senator Chiles, land annually eliminating those species of were built with this lumber. A great federal funds it would otherwise receive..
to slow down the cocaine roll. trees that could not stand such fires. number of logs 45 to 60 feet long were ship- Drivers caught traveling' between 56
All this while President Reagan has The longleaf, however was able to survive ped to England during the 19th century to mph to 65 mph will be fined $4150.:
consistently asked for a reduction of Two Australian dope peddlers in such areas quite well. Although this be used as spars and masts in ship Speeding' atu1 mph to 79 mPh carries a fine
while were tree is not tolerant of shade and will be building. In the 1880's some $20 million of $74,50, while speeds above 80 mph will
federal funds for drug control convicted and hanged in Malay this outgrown on good growing sites, it can worth of longleaf products were exported cost violators! ,50. Drivers traveling at
pleading for a hundred million dollars week, while a recent cover story in resist fire during most stages of its life. annually) more than 25 mph over the speed limit will
for Contras in Central America, and "Newsweek" reported that police in The seedling develops into the "grass" Naval store products have been obtained pay another $2 for each mile over the 55
assorted foreign aid around the world. every city where crack is now a major stage during its first year. The tree has on- from the longleaf pine since the first colonists limit.
ly its silvery-white terminal bud and landed in Virginia. It Is reportedthat
At least one U.S. Senator, our own problem argue that American courts "clump" of needles above ground. It may tar and pitch for caulking wooden
Lawton Chiles is determined to take the are too lenient with drug offenders. stay in this state anywhere from 3 to 7 ships were exported to Europe as early as ON BEINGA
bit in his teeth and do something about Somewhere between these two extremes years while developing its root system. 1608. Today the longleaf is used in the pulp
this in-house while there must be a more effective During this stage in the tree's growth, only and paper industry as well as for its
deadly enemy, the very hottest of fires could kill\ the seedl lumber and naval stores products. PARENTTo
others only wring their hands and answer to trafficking in ing. The well insulated bud normally sur The longleaf pine takes a back seat to the

deplore it from the rostrum. drugs. vives even when the needles are burned. slash and loblolly pines for most uses to help you cope with raising
The tree is only vulnerable to most fires day. Only recently have many areas been children call Tel-Med at 964-<4196
during those years from the time it grows replanted with longleaf. Due to its slower or 37A-0007 and ask for any ol
out of the grass stage until! it reaches about growth and the great difficulty of planting these taoes bv number:
2" in diameter. After this size \is reached, the long rooted seedling, it will no longer
ground fires will not usually harm the play as big a roll in the history of 133 AaVlce (for parents ot
longleaf as it develops a very thick, fire American forestry as it once did The 404 teenagers
resistant bark. mighty longleaf still has a place in good brothers end sisters getting
As the longleaf range became settled, forest management where sites are too dry along
wild fires were controlled to protect for the slash pine. It is certainly worthy of 405 Iha single parent family
against damage to homes and farms. In being planted again.. Discipline and punishment
I doing this, the longleaf range was depletedas Anyone who has need of assistance with 434 Child abuse
slash and other faster growing pines forest management, please feel free to lei,MeJ :s a free service broughtto
The first king and queen to be televised were King George VI"and Queen Elizabeth of England took over on the moist well drained soils. contact my office located in the Bradford you by the Auxiliary ot Bradlord
when they visited the New York World's Fair in June 1939 Another major cause of the longleaf's County Agriculture Building Hospital. .Inc

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'j Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Wayne
Woodham happily announce the
f>. birth of a son, Andrew Wayne bornin
WeddingsReceptions Charleston, South Carolina on
June 18, 1986.Maternal .
Parties grandparents! are Mr &
Mrs. Ray Cello, Long Island, NY. ft ,
Paternal grandmother is Mrs _
I Mary Woodham, Starke.
Andrew. joins" a sister, Itachcl. a: jig '"
years old. ,},
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Area Church News Mandy May Greenly 4 t I ( .. .
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Ted & Joy Greenly of KayetU-vilU-\ ,;
S.C. proudly announce the birth of a ,. .
Gospel Sing at New River Bopt. daughter, Mandy May, on July 8, ,,. ,
Full Gospel MissionA Plans RevivalThe 1986 in Alachua General in : ,

Gospel Sing will be held at the New River Baptist Church Gainesville.Maternal grandparents are Gern i t, i.: ;
Full Gospel; Mission, S.H KM\ ) at New will hold special revival services K. Markham and the 1 late llrrshol A ; \; ;
KIN'or on Saturday evening, July 12 through the week of Monday, July Markham, Gainesville ( :/ Q\f,
14, through Sunday July 20. },
at 7:30:: p inSingers Peacock will be the Paternal grandparents are Onl> 'Y. ,.
will he Sister Susie: and the Rev Ben Greenly; and the late iciuUI A .J. "'
1-.11I111)' ol God SingersSummer special evangelist at this revival Greenly, lawtey.Stephen .. "','f
aimed particulary at youths, but > 06..,
open to people of all ages. ift .J
Clearanceleila' Revival services will be held on George .hll, L. : '. ,
Steve and Kitten Denmark of :,cc j i. J '
Monday through Friday from 7.9 ",'
; Dress & Gifts p m. at the church.No Kingsley Lake lovingly welcome and ... ..,., i'K' J>>'
Saturday service will be held, proudly announce the birlh of their "
Baptist Men & Royal but the special fellowship will con- son, Stephen George Denmark, III,
tinue with Homecoming services on born Sunday, June 29 in Gaines ilk \.. .
MeetingTo Sunday, July 20, when Rev Peacockwill Maternal grandparents are Mr & : y" .
Be July 15 close out the revival. Mrs. Joel 1 M. Hull, Sr., of Pul.itk.i. _. .....-. .
Dinner on the grounds will be held Maternal great.grandmother is Mrs i
The New River Baptist Association at the church on Sunday and a group Katherine! Snead of Pakitkn. Spring Piano Recital Students... i
will have combined Baptist
a photograph for the church directorywill Paternal grandparents are Mr &
Men & Royal Ambassadors meeting be taken. Don't miss ill! Mrs. S. G. Denmark of Kin ,.h'y I'ianoNUdwilrofLouieStern' |iii.|urcdabusepleledin Julie
Riley Ponder, Lisa
at 6.30: pm. Tuesday, July 15 at Lake. llu-ir Spring ltecil.il .louday; June' U, at Hip ;MHImdislCliiuili Gillenualrrs, Lindsay Payne.
Kmgsle Lake Baptist Church. i.>..hm shiP| ll.il! Second row l-r): Jane Stanwix-llay, Misty Fill, Karen

Buddy Special& Bradley music will Ball he of presented Madison St.by Pleasant Grove United Jessica Irene Fog tin an First rou.r( > : II",.ii I'.Is. .liinni) l'iri
Baptist Church. The special speakerwill Methodist Church Baby Mr. & Mrs. James L Fogliii.m
be C'haik-s Itaglong, Florida FinalsThe proudly announce the birth of a DAV MeetingSet Mattox Reunion at 1750. He was a soldier in the Revolu-
Bat psit Men State Director daughter Jessica Irene, ton n July 3 tionary War who moved to Tattnall
The theme of the program\ will be finals! of the Pleasant Grove in Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs' 12 For July 10 Kingsley LakeDescendants County, Ga., where he became a
Lad Dad United Methodist Church's Baby ozs. and was 20( inches long large landowner.
Bring a 'l'herewill )hf' a Distillled American of Allen Payne Mat
There will be fun and games and acookout Contest are as follows: Maternal Grandparents. are Mr & Veterans tox and his wife, Mary Jane A more recent ancestor was HenryJ.J.
meeting tonight July lu.at!
Mrs. Robert L While of Starke Mattox, also of Tattnall County,
Candace Renee
1st Place Winner -
lit 6.30:: p m. the Pratt St Rcc Center South"ell Mattox, who moved with
church to form a Daughter of Selma Demps2nd Paternal Grandparents are Mrs their a Confederate soldier' killed in the
Any wanting( Demps At 7-M pm there' will IH- a 12 children to Wayne County,
Esther and Dr War the States.
Baptist Men & Royal Ambassadors Place Winner Nikita Jenkins, Cumberland Fogtman Kogtman covered dish luncheon and til 7 :ill a Ga., in 1903, will have a family reu- Between
Descendants scattered in
of Annie Mae of Maryland are
should attend Granddaughter
business mon at Kingsley Lake Sunday.
meeting will he held
Jessica brother Michael Texas California Illinois and
joins a ,
Jenkins Lunch will
All family members: invited, to served at noon.
but most of them live in
---- 3rd Place Winner Tanisha attend. Michael McKenzie Mattox was Virginia

Mary Kay Cosmetics Hamilton4th Hamilton, Daughter of Mrs. Joann -- --- born in Colleton County, S.C., in Florida and Georgia.

makes skin care Place Winner Edrick
Hamilton, Son of Lorriane Bass
simple. 5th Place Winner Travis Mr. & Mrs. Robert t Austin Sr.
Chandler, Son of Sherri Hankerson

With an easy to follow, proven '
BHS Class of 76
effective five step system and Honored With Reti i rement Dinnerwere
Class Reunion ea.
convenient personalized service. 1
Saturday, July 19Don't }
For a complimentary facial call Robert and Aretha Austin of also given several other gifts
!for an apPointment. forget, class of 1976, the .." Law ley were the honorees at a from friends and co-workers.
class reunion this year will be held c 'Y retirement dinner given by their Mr. Austin worked for Seaboard
at Ravines Country Club, Mid- .:t! P Ft children, Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie Railroad for thirty-eight years. The
l dleburg, Saturday, July 19, at 7:30: Johnson' Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs. last sixteen years was at the rank of
p.m.Contact Vera Austin Diggs of Starke, Mr. & Foreman. Mrs. Austin worked at
I Glenda Epps 9H4-4151. for w Mrs Robert Austin, Jr., Mr. RonnieL N.E. Florida State Hospital at Mac-
more information. Tickets for the d Austin of Lawtey, James and clenny for sixteen and a half years
evening are $20 per person. Sherill Glover of Jacksonville. She started as a psychiatric aide and
dl's''' The dinner took place on Saturday advanced to a U T.R. Specialist. She
June 28 at the Western Steer had previously worked as a cook in
Summer Clearance Steakhouse in Starke. Approximately various restaurants. "A great portion .
forty people joined in the of those years of hard labor
Leila's Dress & Gifts celebrating were given to us the children",
Lonme Johnson, Jr was the Robert, Jr. said in his speech. "To us
e Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. Sherill they are the best parents in the
B-U Realtors To Austin Glover gave the welcoming world."
4 15 address and was followed by the in- Remarks were made by long-time
h- Meet July vocation given by Robert Austin, Jr. friends and co-workers who recalled
The general meeting of the lilts Aretha Austin and Mrs. how it was back in the "old days" on
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors s Zeporah Jennings Barber sang a those hot, rigorous railroad tracks.
will be held Tuesday July 15 at 8.00 duel entitled\ "I Don't Believe He The common denominator of all the
a.m. at The Chicken Factory. k Brought Me This Far To Leave Me''. remarks was that "he was a very
Danish & coffee will be served. Mrs Gail Austin read a poem entitled fine person to work with and under,
Richard Welty, local attorney for :: "These Three Created He." you couldn't find a better person."

the board, will discuss in detail the ............. Robert Austin, Jr. gave a speech entitled
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SANDRA REDDISH Florida Association of Realtors & "What Are Parents For?"
Mr & Mrs. Hubert Austin, Sr. Summer Clearance
Florida Bar Association contract.All The honorees were presented a
Independent Sales Director members are urged to attend, .--- -- silver tray by their children with Leila's Dress & Gifts

964-7883 431-1203 Cecilia Terwillegar, President, said. Did You Know.......... 'Happy Retirement" inscribed each on Census BureauTo
it. A corsage was pinned on

.......-..N -. -.... 1\1"11111' Am i.ill Wing Mamie C orps parent by Sherrill Austin Glover. Collect LocalEmployment
The children also had a beautifully
Hours 10-5.30 M-F ," ) Marine Lance Cpl. Michael I) Air Station, Cherry Point, N.f decorated cake with the words Data
10-" Sat Jo Ann'sA ; i Cheeseman, son of Donald and A HUH! graduate of InloilachenHigh "Happy Retirement Mother and The Census Bureau will collect
301 Plaza Sdiiml he joined the Marine
o Trudie F Cheeseman of Melrose, Daddy written on it. The honorees current employment and unemployment -
((904)) 964-8547 Corps in April 1985!
Starke Special11y Gift Shop recently reported for duty with 2nd data for this area the week of
July 14-19, according to James
1fJ It's Our Second Holmes, director of the Bureau's

July Summer Sizzler Stile : ll'" our Si ct>//(/ \nnii;,.r,,SUM/ Atlanta The local regional data office.will contribute to I

Clink: Our Sales Table for Super Specials this Month and U'(' o\c\ r-it all in you, July's national unemployment picture '
all our fi; 1'1(1.Jld nci; libot/ sand to be released August 1 by the
Nevi St\lc Baskets .1 I Bureau of Labor Statistics.
hag Just V'' The June
the good folJ.IJ(/\ ;/ ;; llntninh/ / ,
It ui lia ui'l lifikctl out the gourmet foods \on have missed ai. data become available July 3. ,
ice have tried hi sIn ; ills Data
our vitkfi/ collected in May showed that
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... .............-. .-... pleasing; you is out 111''n\. military unemployment) rose to 7.2(percent including from the 7.0
andst'etpl0giefo10nronfsttiArs _Awww .n
percent in April. The rate for
I"nlu'f' fail /to do inn' /b rs/. gtED t CHICKEN civilian workers rose to 7.3 from 7.1

u'., rcnllij until t" 'thank'' !/"" till FACTORY. Inc percent
Information supplied individuals
lot u hat tin in d "ill In hi'. is
904 9644415HwySOl kept confidential by law.
thrgtvatr'stfirmIJeal" + nf"all/ 1 Only statistical totals are used.
rout we head for tlni'i open 6 am S Starke, Fla. "HL Dye Data on telephone availability also
will be updated during the July
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HOW'S THE FAMILY? Mets, Braves Declare Tie, Dixie Youth All-Star Tourney Set K, \If! (

By Kfv. Kd: Kirkland It has been decided that the Mets star tournaments which began July : rile "Francis, Kelly Dyal, Terry All-Star/ Tournament is set July 18 in

Pastor, Kiiigslcy l.akiItaptist Church: and Braves are tied for the league 8 for the Dixie Boys and will begin Berry, Devin Jackson, Lance Wiggins Gainesville.

lead In Dixie Major Baseball play, July 18 for the Dixie Major teams Cordell Strong, Reggie Sheffield Starke's Dixie Major all-stars!! are

YOUR WEDDING ANNIVERSARYOn and that they will flip a coin to see Allan Jenkins, Brian Mosley, Shannon Kelly, Chris Snow, Chris

who gets the first choice in next Dixie Boys All-Slsirs... Wendell Hudson, Jason Pilcher, Rodriquez, Larry Green, Emory

year's player draft. Craig Wise und James McNcal Prevail III, David Fischer, Kenneth

The Dixie Boys' All-Star Tourna- Carlton II, Jeremiah Crawford,

Knd.iy. July II, Donna and I celebrate our 11th wedding anniversary. No make-up or play-off games will ment began Tuesday, July 8, in Mid- Stephen McLeod, Richard Parrish,

Some of you look at that number and remember many years ago when you? be played, as was previously announced dleburg. Starke Dixie Boy allstarsare Dixie Major AllStarsThe Robert Cowie, John Williams! and

had been married only eleven years Others look at it and wonder if you willever because of impending all- Bo Mersey, Josh Crawford, Don- Dixie Major Baseball league Michael Wilkcrson

J So you make may eleven be asking years, "Why on earth is ho writing about this?". Well, to be

honest it i is lor two reasons, One I is: 'that everyone who is married happens to Starke All-Stars Fall Into Loser Bracketof District Tourney I I IThe

have an anniversary In fact, it seems like everybody has them during the _

summer Since so many of us experience them, they should be addressed.The Starke All-Star baseball team and Bo brought in the
And because Herbey runners Hersey relieved and gave up three Francis gave credit to Cordell ,
I'l'HMIis wile will reali/e didn't forgot ours. ,
other so my and thank God for opened the game with a bang in the with a sacrifice fly and an error runs over the last three innings. Strong, Josh Crawford and Devin
I am proud she has been my wife for illltht'w years ourmarriage first inning but shot blanks for the by the East shortstop. The Stars are coached by Charles Jackson for their strong defensive 'I

rest of the night, losing 12-3 to After the first inning the Stars Francis, Jerry Wilson and Gene play.

Gainesville East July 8 in the Dixie were limited to two hits, a single by Melvin After the game Francis Dropping into the loser's bracket,
this I have divided the subject into two different
In discussing topic, sec
Boys District Tournament in Wendell Hudson in the 2nd and commented. "I had the team poorly the Stars were then set to play
but truths that anniversariesallow
tions should simple very important Gainesville another by Bo Hersey in the 6th. prepared and over-estimated both Gainesville West, a loser to Lake City
and even force us to do. It is my hope you will make sure this Donnie Francis, Lance Wigginsand Hudson started and gave up eight our pitching and hitting. I told the Wednesday, July 9. Reggie Sheffield -

year, il yours is still ahead, that you will experience these as you celebrate. Cordell Strong each had singlesto runs in four innings. Poor defensive kids I would take the blame for the was scheduled to start on the
First! nn anniversary is a natural time to ponder the past. It doesn't matter open the first inning. Terry Berry support accounted for four runs Bo loss." mound for the Start
iI it's a first anniversary or your twenty-l l'lh or even much longer. The

point is YOU have a past together and you are going to at least mention it. As

you do, make sure you mention your accomplishments together which you Shadrack Reunion To Be Held 31I I
are proud of For instance, Donna and 1 have been blessed with two sons, Eddie Sapp Family August

and Chris. We are proud of them and rightfully so, '
Also, discuss with each other what your partner has helped you become. The second annual Shadrack Sapp ing a picture of Mr. Shadrack reunion. Someone else may have additional don't have everyone's address,

Remember, this is supposed to be positive. I realize some of you are readingthis family reunion will start at 10:00: (Shade) Sapp who was married to information we need to so please contact all your relatives,

and sa>'mg. "Yea, I just can't wait to tell him or her what they have a.m. Sunday, August 31, 19116! at the Elizabeth Holder. If you have pictures know to update your family records.I making sure that they know about

helped me become insane!". That's not exactly what I had in mind. home of Mr. James II. Sapp, Sr., of your ancestors, please bring will have my computer on hand to our reunion. Also, if you know of any

Remember we are talking about positives here. I know without any question west of Trenton, Florida-near them with you. There will be a give you a high tech look at your distant relatives or friends of the

I owe many positive things in my life to Donna, but she may not know I feel Wilcox. photographer on hand to make a family tree, as well as update your family that might enjoy our reunion

that way, I need to tell her. I can't help but believe if I need to do that, you Come early---and visit! There large group picture at 1:00: p.m., as information at the same time. pltast Invite them.

probably do too. will be many photographs of our early well as make copies of your

ancestors on disrlay. Some of the photographs and you will be able to Bring a covered dish dinner and Looking forward to seeing you

So you may say, "Well: what about all the tough times, do we just ignore older members stories take your originals home that day. something to drink for your family. there!

that'' ". Some would say yes, I disagree. I think you have a point. After all, of the old days. Bring your own Please make sure that you and Mitchell E. (Mickey) Sapp, 712

they are a part of your past together. And, if you came through them successfully mementoes to share with the family.We If you have any information about your family are on hand at 1:00: p.m. NW 95th Terrace, Gainesville, FL,

they brought you closer. If they haven't you need to discuss themto are especially interested in see vnnr family please bring this to the for the large group picture. 904-332-2065

deal with them or agree to seek help in dealing with them. But, don't end

your "celebration" so loud everyone in the restaurant is looking at you, let

the hurts be honest, but a minority for the evening.But Did You Know.
more than just pondering the past, an anniversary is a time to look to .

the future I also believe there are two ways to do this. First, realistically. If

you are having problems, don't be so niave as to ignore them, one dinner will Kervie D. Combass, son of Kervie has earned a BS/ED degree from Stuart Edwards Rich, son of Ruth Rosemarie also was on the Dean's

not make them go away. Whatever they are. discuss them in a loving spirit. H. and Irine II. Combass of Starke Georgia Southern College in Edwards, Pearland, TX, and grandson List every semester, graduated cum

has been appointed a sergeant in the Stateshoro. She was among the over of Mrs. Gerry Edwards, Starke, laude, and is a member of the Iota
Finally, look at the future with optimism. Remember, don't let the U.S. Air Force. 900 graduates who received their and his wife, Rosemarie Rich, Gamma chapter of Kappa Delta Pi,

negatives outweigh the positives on your anniversary. You may say, "I diplomas at Spring Commencement daughter of Sarah Sawyer, Arkansas education honor society.

don't have anything to be positive about." That's not true, if you still have a Exercises held recently in Hanner are two of the three Friend- After completion of army officer

marriage, that's more than many. Do something to brighten your future instead The new non-commissioned officer Ficltlhouse swood students at Stephen F. Austin training at Ft. Lee, Virginia, he will
of just complaining. And, if you are fortunate as I to have a wonderful in State University that have been accepted be attached to the 101st Airborne
mate and solid marriage, you already realize you have much to be thankfulfor ment, leadership training human relationsand manage- The Williams Family held their into Alpha Chi national honor Division, Quartermaster Corps at
I know I do. I can't another reunion at the lake home of Milta & I
imagine looking at eleven years without Donna NCO responsibilities before be- society. Ft. Campbell, KY.
She is the mother of my children my partner in ministry, my most ing awarded this status. Charney Williams at Lake Kerr Key Stuart s mother, Gerry Edwards,
faithful friend Even though we should tell our mates that all the time, you One hundred fifteen people attended Stuart is a graduate management is a native of Starke also.

and I both know w e don't. Your anniversary is the perfect time to do it don't this affair. The young people en- student and Rosemarie is a graduate North American Pairs

miss the Tell your husband or wife what I want to say right now, Combass is a missile system joyed skiing, boating and fishing student in elementary education.At Tournament Open
opportunity. maintenance specialist at Little while the older folks back Duplicate Bridge July
just sat
'Donna I happy anniversary' Rich is president of the
1 results
Lucile Green
Ed Ktrhland is pastor of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church on Highway 16 at Hock Air Force Base, Ark., with the and watched and caught up on all the Scabbard and Blade, military honor jorie, Thomson-1st are: Yvonne& Mar-

KmgAic'v, Lake. You may request an answer to a personal need or respond to 374thj) Strategic Missile Squadron. happenings of the past year. society, on the Dean's List every Riechman & Allene Brew-2nd Lori

an article b>' calling his office at 533.2018 writing to: HOW'S THE FAMI- His wife, Joyce, is the daughter of The Methodist Women's Sunday semester, a member of Sigma Iota Francis & Rhea Johnson-3rd.
Robert D. and Barbra
LY' Lake Church Rt. I Box 586 Starke' FL A Thorpe of Epsilon
Kingsley Baptist 32091. Your School class celebrated the birthdayof honorary management
name or address will/ not be printed. Starke their teacher, Wanda Smith, with fraternity, and received his commis- Bill Miley and son Ron of

lunch at The Hill Top in Orange Park sioned as second lieutenant in the Gainesville weekend guests of

Melissa Leigh Winkler Starke last Tuesday. Army May J.7, 1986. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Godwin.

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'--' Drawer 790 Keystone Heights, Florida Tighten and retention all guy cables with Advanced Electronics Heating and Air Records of Bradford County, Florida. DONNIE A. BURCH and

32656 Telephone: ((904)) 473.4993, on or the use of In.Line-DynamometerProvide Conditioning Service and Sales, 416 E. Said sale shall be at public sale to the CLARINDA BURCH .t ol.,
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO before 20 days from the date of first Copy of liability Insurance Coll St., Stork. FL 32091. Intends to highest bidder for cosh and In accordance Defendants

REGISTER publication of this notice, and file the Begin work within ten ((10)) days of being register said fictitious name under the with the oforedescribed Final NOTICE OF SALE
FICTITIOUS NAME original with the clerk of this court notified by telephone of successful con aforesaid statute Judgement. Said sale shall be held at Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida either before service on Petitioners at. tract award Dated this 30 day of June, A.D. 1986In the Main (East) Door of the Bradford a Final Judgment entered on June 25,
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the Courthouse, In Stark., Florida the above entitled Court In the
torney or immediately thereafter; otherwise Submit billing at the time of completionBid Bradford County County 1986 by
undersigned a judgment will be entered for the 7/3 4tpd 7/24 at 11:00: o,m., Eastern Standard Time, on above styled cause, the undersignedUnited
FRANCES W. JOHNSON relief demanded in the petition. opening: August 4, 1986 at 10:00: . the 5th day of August, 1986. Stoles Marshal or any of his duly
---- ---- -- -------
JANET M. LOWERY WITNESS my hand and seal of this a.rn. GILBERT S. BROWN authorized deputies will sell the property
joint| owners doing business under the Court on 18th of June 1986. Bradford Board of County Commission NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S CLERK; OF CIRCUIT COURT situate in Bradford! County Florida, "
firm name of FROND IDEAS, P.O. Box GILBERT S. BROWN Meeting Room SALE By: Fay. Whlteh.od described at:
376, Lake Geneva, Florida 32660 Intends CLERK OF THE COURTBY 7'3 3tchg 7/17 Notice is hereby given that I I. Dolph Deputy Clerk A parcel of land In the E 1 2 of NE 1/4

to register said fictitious name : Beulah M. MoodyAs -----.- ---- ----- -.- -.--.-- Reddish, at sheriff of Bradford County, TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. of SE 1/4 ol NE 1/4 of Section 28
under the aforesaid statute. Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF AUCTION Florida under and by virtue of Writ of Attorney for Plaintiffs Township 6 South Range 22 East In the

Dated the 11th day of June, A.D. 1986in 6/26 4thcg 7/17 NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. Execution, to wit: 7/10 2tchg 7/11 City of Stark. Bradford County, Florida
Execution Issued out of Circuit Court
Bradford County. day July 14, 1986 at 10.00 o'clock a.m., sold parcel being more particularly
--- ---- -------- of Florida
Marlon County, pursuant to a
6/19 4tpd 7/10 the undersigned Gator Freightways described at followsCommence :
Final Judgement for David Benesh, and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURI OF THE Inc. will sell at public auction for cash at at an Iron pipe located at
Nommiqje A. Nguyen, defen EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND ,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville FL, one lot against the SE corner of said E 1 2 and run North
dons In the amount of $15,000 together FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
NOTICE 0609' East
AND FOR of cleaner consigned to Ollvo & Ramos 0 along Easterly
with costs of collection. CASE NO. 86 280 CA
REGISTER thereof 27.74 feet' to intersection
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Auto Parts, Hialeah. Fla. to satisfy dory an
FICTITIOUS NAME Have seized and have In my possession IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF with of the
Easterly prolongation
CASE NO..86 175-CA freight and storage charges under the an
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform the following described personal GLEN A. PIPPIN Northerly boundary of the right of way
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the LOAN ASSOCIATION Standard Bill of Lading. property to-wit: Husband, of Thomas Street; thence South

undersigned Plaintiff, Gator Freightways Inc., Carrier and 8935'16" West along said: Easterly pro.
Walter E. Heape Sr. vs. 14.771231 dtd 5/6/86 1984 Datsun 4-dr, I.D. No. ROMILDA TUCKER PIPPIN longotlon, 16.96 feet to o concrete

Mary Carol Heap. PAUL L. KING. LOIS KING, FLORIDA NA. 7/3 2tchg 7/10 JN1HUO1S8ET252577 Wife monument located ot the Intersection of
point| owners doing business under the TIONAL BANK. WALTER E. KEARBEY, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO said Northerly boundary with the
--- ------ ---------
firm name of Santa Fe Insulation Inc., As the property of the above named : GLEN A. PIPPIN: Address Westerly boundary of the right of way of
defendant and that the 4th
1105 W. Madison St., intends to register NOTICE OF AUCTION on Monday Old Lawtey Rood for the point of beginning
day of 1986 at 2.00 clock on YOU ARE NOTIFIED that action has
under the aforesaid August o an of thus
said fictitious name L. CONNER. CAMERON B. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. From point beginning
said day on the premises: of the Bradford been filed against and are required
you you
89 35 16 West
described continue South
statute and day. July 14, 1986 at 10:00: oclock: a.m"the
County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell to serve a copy of your written 75.0 feet
A 1986 In
Doted this 17 day of June. D. undersigned. Gator Freightways. along said Northerly boundary.
AMERICA, to the highest bidder for cash In hand, defenses, If to JAMES R. FLYNN ESQUIRE
any thence North 0 21 29West
for Iron
Bradford County. Defendants. Inc., will sell at public auction cash at to an pIp.;
6l94tpd710IN NOTICE OF ACTIONTo 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one the above described property of said Petitioner's Attorney, whose address parallel with the Westerly boundary
defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Execution. is 405 West Georgia Street, 100.0 feet Iron
of said E 1/2 to
lot of prtd matter consigned to Diane on
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Defendants Buchana Ft. lauderdale Fla. to satisfy Starke Florida 32091. on or before July pipe; thence North 8935 16" Eoslporall.1
KEARBEY Last Known Address Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff 31, 1986, and file, the original with the said
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN freight and storage charges, under the with Northerly boundary,
; Bradford County, Florida Clerk of this Court either before serviceon
of Section 4b of Uniform 75.92 feel to iron on the
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Route 4, Box 467 provisions ( ) an pipe
CASENO.B6214CAIN Thomson Georgia 30824 Standard Bill of LadIng. 7/l04tchg7/31 Petitioner's Attorney or Immediately aforesaid Westerly boundary of the right
thereafter or a default will be entered of of Old Rood thence south
RE The Marriage of AND Gator Freightways, Inc., Carrier way Lawtey
MICHAEL B. MORROW, Husbandend EDGAR H. DUKES and DEBORAH DUKES Pro. 02.715950 dtd 5/7/86 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF against you for the relief demanded In 010''31" West along said Westerly boundary .
7/3 2tchg 7/10 THE EIGHTH the complaint or petition 100.02 feet to the Point of BeginnIng ] .
Defendants Lost Known Address: WITNESS hand and Seal of this
P.O. Box 340542 ---- ------- ---
Court on July 3, 1986. to the highest and best
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 5501 Taylor Road AND FOR at public outcry
MICHAEL B. MORROW Tampa, Florida 33694 0542 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA GILBERT S. BROWN. bidder for cash ol the hour of 12 00
Address Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR CASE NO. 86.83.CA BRADFORD COUNTYBy o'clock Noon on August 12 1986 at the
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA front door entrance of the Bradford

whose last known address was following to foreclose described a property mortgage in Bradford an the CASE NO.: 86.24.CP MILLARD C. BROWN and APPLEAN M. Beulah M. Moody Clerk County Courthouse ot Starke, Florida.

1315 North Nebraska County Florida: IN RE Estate of BROWN, his wife, 7/10 731UNITED Deputy Doted: July 1. 1986
4lchg Richard L. Cox Jr.
Tampa. FL 33604 East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE JESSIE DECEASED LEE BARBER Plaintiffs __ _.___ 00------ United States Marshal
1/4, all In Section 23, Township 6 South vt
Middle District of Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Range 22 East excepting county graded NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe GARY W. BREWER and DONNA I. STATES DISTRICT COURT
administration of the Estate of John E. lawlor III
dissolution of marriage has been filed road BREWER, hit wife, and FLORIDA NA.
and you are required to serve a copy of has been filed against you and you and JESSIE LEE BARBER, Deceased File No.: TIONAL BANK OF STARKE, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Assistant United Stales Attorney
86.24 CP ((1.3719)). is pending In the Circuit Attorney for Plaintiff
your written defenses, if any, to it on each of you are required to serve a copy Court for Bradford Florida Defendants. Court No. 8667.Civ-J. 14 7/10 4tchg 7/31
Petitioner attorney whose name and of your written defenses If any, to the County UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Probate the address of which I.Brodf"d is
address is MYRON C PREVAIL JR. P.O. Complaint on John H. Haswell. Plaintiff s Division NOTICEOF Plaintiff, .
Starke --- ------- --- ---
Courthouse. ,
Drawer 790 Keystone Heights Florida attorney, whose address Is P.O. Box County VS.
32656 Telephone: ((904)) 473-4993. on or 23879. Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or Florida 32091. PUBLIC SALE GWEN GLENN I'k/a GWEN E. GRIFFIS, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
the Per
The and addresses of MIDDLE
before 20 days from the date of firstpub' before July 28, 1986, and file the originalof names MELTON J. GRIFFIS. et ol..
sonol and the PersonalRepresentative' JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
Representative Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
nation of this notice, and file the your written defenses with the Clerkof Defendants
attorney are set forth the Final Judgement ol Foreclosuresintered Court No. 86.147-Clv.J.12
original with the clerk of this court this Court before service on Plaintiff'sattorney NOTICE SALE
below.Allinterest.d. In the Circuit Court of the Eighth UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
either, hclore service on Petitioner attorney or immediately thereafter; Notice Is that
persons are required to Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford County hereby given pursuant PlaintiffVS.
Immediately thereafter; otherwise otherwise default will be ..nteredagainst
or a file, MON. to a Final Judgment entered on June 30 .
with this Court, WITHIN THREE
Florida Civil Action No. 86.83.CA on
will be entered for the for the relief demanded in
a judgment you 1986 the above entitled Court 'In the
7 1986 we will sell the following
relief, demanded In the petition. the Complaint Petition. July ,
NOTICE (I) all claims against the estate described lying and being above styled cause, the under.lgn.dUnit.d NON and LINDA J. SHANNON
WITNESS hand and seal of this WITNESS hand and seal of this property
my my States Marshal of his duly
and ((2)) objection by an interested or any
any in Bradford County, Florida, to-
court on 18th of June 1986. Court on the 20th day of June, 1986. person to whom notice was moiled that situate authorized deputies will sell the property D.I.nda"tsNOTICE OF SALE
challenges the validity of the will the of situate In Bradford County Florida Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto
CLERK OF THE COURTBY Clerk of the Circuit Count 5.96 acres net, lying In the NW1/4
qualifications, of the Personal Represen NE1/4 of SW1/4 of Section Township described at: a Final Judgment entered on May 30,
: Beulah M. MoodyAs Clerk By: Beulah Moody Clerk tative. venue or jurisdiction of the 6 South, Range 22 East in Starke, Brad. lot 2, Parkwood Subdivision, at. p.r 1986 by the above entitled Court In the
Deputy Deputy recorded In Plat Book 3,
Court. plat above styled cause, the undei signedUnited {
ford Florida parcel being
6 26 4tchg 7/17 6/26 4tchg 7/17 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS! NOT County described: fallows: Page 5, public records of Bradford County States Marshal or any of his duly
_____ ____. more particularly as
---- ----- Florida
--- n BARRED authorized will sell the
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Commence at the Northwest corner of deputies property
Bid Notice Publication of this Notice has begunon said NW1/4 of NE1/4 of SWI/4 and run at public outcry to the highest and best situate In Biadfoid County Florida,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Point Tower County Rand Department bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00:
at.A :
3. 1986.Attorney and
July 30
88 55 minutes
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Bradford County Rood Dept. degrees o'clock Noon August 12. 1986 01 the
on of land 1.0
for Personal Representative: seconds East along the Northerly boundary parcel containing acres,
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 812 B., North Grand St. front door entrance of the BioHKird
TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. thereat 251 feet to point of beginning lying In the NW 14 1 of NW 1/4 of Section
NO. 66 213 CAIN
CASE Starke, FL 32091 Courthouse at Starke, Flpiida.Dated. .
P.O. Drawer 40 From point of beginning thus County 35, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
RE The Marriage of Attn: Tower Starke. FL 32091 described, continue South 88 degrees, : July 1, 1986. B.odlor d County Honda, ; said paicelbe.
BONIFAY J. GRANT. Husbandand Richaidl. Cox. J..
904.964 6280 EXt. 237 249
or described
((904)) 964 82/2 55 minutes and 30 seconds East along Ing mote paitiiulorly as
By: TERENCE M, BROWN said Northerly boundary 398.57 feet; United Slates.Maishol. I I'oicel Foui ((4)) ,f plot attached heieto
LOU E. GRANT. Wife Tower currently lighted Middle Dish Ict of f I. i Ida and made heietof,
thence South 1 degree, 04 minutes and a pail
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Height: 245 feet John E. lawlor, Ml the and best
Personal Representative: 30 seconds West 711.79 feet to the at public outcry highest
LOU f. GRANT leg Diameter, : 2 3/8 Inches JOYCE LEE BARBER Southerly boundary of said NW1/4 of Assistant United Slates Attorney biddei for cash at the hour of 12:00:

Address Unknown Face Diameter: 42 Inches 7/3 2tchg 7/10 NE1/4 of SW1/4; thence North 89 Attorney Ins, Plaintiff o'ilock. Noon on August 12, 1986 at the

degrees, 08 minutes and 10 seconds 7/104tthg/ front door enhance of the Bradford
whose last known address was Remove loose paint fo., tower West, along said Soulheily boundaiy, County Couihouse at $10'k., Florida

Route 1 1. Box 620 Paint tower. NOllCtUr INTENTION 346.03 feet; thence Noith 3 degrees, 08 Dated: July 1, 1986
Arcadia FL 33821 Paint type:: Rohn Spec. Rusloleum TOREGISItR minutes and 20 seconds West 715 feelto UNIUD SATES DISTRICT COURT Riche I I. Cox, Jr.

Enselee Type or Eq., for galvanized surface FICTITIOUS NAME point of beginning LESS AND EXCEPT, MIDDLE DIS1RIC1 OF FLORIDA United States Maishol
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Pursuant to Section 86509 flniirla{ thai portion thereof being previously JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Middle Dislt. Ict of Florida
dissolution of marriage has been filed Paint Pattern: Per F.A.A. Statute, notice Is hereby given hot the Cmi.t N... 86 306 Civ J 14 Dorothea. Beane

and you are required to serve a copy of All painting to lake place after 4 pin oran unciui&iyiiotJ, Glenn Gi ubbft 7ll/OCi..ok deeded to Die grantees herein at per UNITED S1A1U 01 AMERICA Assistant United Stales Attorney
you written defenses, if any to it on weekends that certain warranty deed as recordedIn rlaintilf for
51. Middlebuig. FL 32068, sole owns Attorney
Petitioner attorney whose name and Book 163. page 346, Official Public VS.
Secure all loose hardware and ground doing business under the firm name of 7/104tchg7/31
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County Telegraph

B -t Section.Thursday Luke Monitor
B Section,July lo. Itlsti Union County Times


Flying High. .

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I j Keystone Heights Air Show delights hundredsBy --

Mark FrledlinHCT growing in popularity in it's time The highlight of the day came
Stuff Writer frame Just after Our Country Day when Bill Hunter, flying a highly ,
The rains came on the second day activities conclude in Keystone modified "Pitts Special", thrilled
\ of the show, but opening day Satur- Heights, at the city-owned airport, a the large with a death-defying
day dawned clear and sunny as hundreds sprawling ex-military installation aerobatic display in his brightly colored -
I of aviation buffs gathered for built before World War II where little plane, zooming over the 1I}
I the third annual Air Show sponoredby there is plenty of flying room for crowds clustered on the tarmac with
the Keystone Heights Aero Club. stunt flying, parachuting, professional precision. Hunter is a
"We had a fine turnout Saturdayand ultrahghting and all of the various member of the prestigeous US,
we were very pleased with the forms of flight on display. Acrobatic Team. iy
show," commented Aero Club Featured events during the show "He was fantastic," spokesman
Spokesman and P.A. announcer for included airplane and helicopterrides Fryar commented. "He was really
; the show Scott Fryar. "The for the curious given by experienced going all out. The crowd gave him a Iy
f I rainstorm hit us on Sunday but it local pilots; the veterans big round of applause when he was i 'Nr, 1
wasn't much of a problem. We didn'tcharge giving the spectators the rides of finished. He was in the event last rru. 'NA
admission for the show that their lives during the day-long show. year and I think he was looking forward -
day and the people who stayed Ultralights, radiocontrolledmodels to coming back and putting on
through the storm saw some fine fly flown by the Flying Gator another fine show."
ing. We all had a good time and we Club from Gainesville, military The younger set in attendance at
are looking forward to an even big helicopters and World War II vin- the show particularly enjoyed crawl-
ger show next year. tage aircraft were just a few of the
The club staged the show, which I is exotic aircraft: on: hand. See Page 12

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The show sponsored by the Kll
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buffs of all ages who enjo>rd lookingat
the aircraft and
military Matching -
y i Kill Hunter and his aerobatic
hr ', r Pill's Special perform in the maine

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A ,1 for the next eenlhith gain
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\ pl..ldll' here once i yellowish( I in shude the Ul'lm'I' showing slushed pink or I hoy d,< ....,. improve In quali'y dui infj/ Quirk Pear Crisp Peec Cmgei Jam
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( hill i miniatine, Firm ripe! peaches will Value One ol hash, wafer and then In cold This piocessloosonR I cup tuyoi 1 '1:1: cups. sugoiI
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a' 3bO! I I. !Serve, worm 01 cold wl'h cream jus* lids Pi >c ess In billing wafer ba'h
n "KO MOO"". Yield, : Abu' 12 ,.,vlllg., Yelld.: Abiu 2 pi'4. .
RecipiesDelectable t

delights which arise 7It's time for gettin' in...

Irom the pages of the Worthington ,
Springs Civic Club Cookbook for 1985
Ire enough to tempt the pickiest

pal.tl'Front appetizers to deserts, the ',B :; to cookin' ouL

ladies of Union County really know
'\\li.ils Cooking'?? "
1 "I" 1 / "} BACK BY POPUl'AR Now Bingo is'more fun
Che.*. Pottl* I and more rewarding!

1'hi.s quick and easy appetizer was Xw...MMweli.laewM M"iP put_wren.
,uhm rated by Mary Strayer. ftA IDIIe DEMAND! :=':D,7tr-----: : : =' moo.OICtAL
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1 12
pound on
2 sticks oUo A IM MN !?elwrrM i ,hFLIx
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Pinch off small pieces of mixture

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One Day Pickles .
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This easy-as-pie pickle recipe was ---
submitted by Elizabeth Perry. r o

7 cups thin sliced cuk., unpeeled t
1 cup sliced onion. -
1 cup (red and gr..n) peppers sliced I I : 1 S I '1. I. i O a S CNOKI s
1 cup chopped cauliflower (flow.r."..)
2 cups sugar1 -
1 tobletp celery seed*
1 lableip. mustard ...d. 1 r r .

1 toblesp. salt- 1 1
I cup vinegar-

Heat sugar and spices (ingredients
marked -) to boiling, then stir
in other Ingredients. Set out of
refrigerator until marinated one or
two days then put in jars and keep
refrigerated. (Will keep up to 6 mon- .
ths )

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Texas Cornbread w art)

Katheryn Epperson submitted this CheeriosSAVE
recipe for a south of the border treat.
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1 and 1 I2 cups s.lf-rbing corn m.ol ,

3 3 teaip toblesp baking sugar powder 48C ..4 GP.n t ,
4 eggs. beaten a Q JP
I cup chopped onion
I cup bell p.pp.r, chopped
I cup grated cheese
1 2 cup cooking oil CEREAL WINGS

grease Mix a all 9x13x2 ingredients.inch pan. Pour Spray mix or C

ture brown into in 350.400 pan and degree bake over.until golden Butter 64oz. 9 9 10-oz. 99c 29C 98C

top generously while hot. SIZE BOX ,Ib.SUPIRIIAND. LB'sr .

sp t;' :.t
Chicken Pot Pie
Sometimes the best things in life 00 FRISKIES 100% PUll SMOKID ((4 TO 6 LI. AVO.) CRTOVAC
are the simplest, like this melt-in- AG FOOD 2 23-oz. $1 1SAVI 36CANs $100 I APPLE SLAB !!
your mouth chicken pot pie that is CANS BUFFET. HALF 9geJUICE. 98eBACON

sure to rival the fanciest dish you SAVI 40< SAVI tO CAT FOOD GAL . ia
can think of. Fayrene Parrish Is the OUT SITE COLA CHillY IC A ASSORTED FLAVORS PRIME
Union County cook who submittedthis FRISKIESCHEF $109 SMOKED
one. COLA 8ge I6 ea I NATURAL
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BTL SAVI 6435e .z HAMS . LB.
1 2 cup butter or margarine <
3 cups chicken purpo.broth FISCHER 6 PAK $139 PALMOLIVELIQUID SMOKEDHAMS

1 cup milk BEER or ALE NR i 2sZE 9ge ? SgeSLlC 98e
3 cups diced cooked chicken S PK GL . LB.

vegetables 1 can ((16 ounces, drained) English peas drained CHEK 79cDRINKS WHEAT 2 $100 DANO'S $129 PIGS FEET orNECKBONES 3 9 c

1 1'2 teosp. salt . 2B\Tt\ BREAD 2&s.ORANOE.CHERR PIZZAS . EACH I ia
1 4 teasp. p.pp.r
1:4 teasp poultry seasoning
pastry (recipe follows)
sliced carrots (optional)
parsley (optional)
Melt butter in a heavy dutch oven. .art
Add flour, stirring until smooth. c
Cook 1 minute stirring constantly. /
Gradually add broth and milk and
cook over medium heat, stirring
constantly until mixture is thickenedand
bubbly Stir in next ingredients
Pour chicken mixture into a highly
greased 8x12x2 inch baking dish.
Top with pastry. Bake at 400 degreesfor HARVEST FRESH IN OUARTERS
25 minutes or until crust is golden SALADTOMATOES PARKAYMARGARINE

brown.Garnish with sliced carrots and FRUIT' PUNCH or STRAWBERRY, DRAPE $929
parsley if desired. Yields 6 sere FROZEN SNACKSMINUTE

ings. .' MAID $100 l8


1 cup all-purpo.e flour LB. FRUIT JUICEE DELI STORES ONLY!
3,4 teasp baking powder
1 4 teasp. salt
1/3 teasp shortening
3 tablesp. Ice water

Combine flour, baking powder,
and salt in a mixing bowl; cut in
shortening with pastry blender until -
mixture resembles coarse meal. DIXIE
Sprinkle ice water evenly over the
surface and stir with fork until dry
ingredients are moistened.
Shape into a ball, roll dough to 1/4
inch thickness on a lightly floured
surface Cut into strips, place strips QUANTITY RIGHTS
over chicken mixture. Yields enough PRICES RESERVEDI .. _
pastry for above. THURS. 1986America's Supermarket.. "':_._ ,..
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t raraaries I

Christopher Lloyd Chelette George Sterling GoodellMr. & BPOE, Elks
Nashville Christopher! Tennessee Lloyd Chelette, 3, of George Sterling Goodell,83,of businessman & veteran of U.S. Ar- Alachua Gainesville General following an Hospital accident.in Santa Ke Cemetery in I Hampton with Ann Cooper, Starke; three sons
day, July 2, at home died Wednes- Keystone Heights,died Tuesday, July my, Korean Conflict. He was a Archie Tanner Jo'unerallome/ of Halph, Winsor, Grady Douglas, and
following a long illness.In Nashville 8, in North Florida Regional member of the Baptist faith. Mr. Starling was born and raised Starke in charge of arrangements. James Leon both of Starke; two
Born in Hospital in Gainesville following a in Bradford County. He brothers, Harry Nettles Morgan,
Chattanooga, Tennessee Survivors was a
include his wife Ter- Grady Nettles
long illness. ,
on June retired heavy equipment TX, Melvin Nettles Starke; two
Master ralene operatorand
in Nashville livid Mr. Goodell was born in Windsor Morgan Interlachen; two served in the United States Ar- Mr. Grady Nettles, 68, of Starke sisters, Mrs. Violet Stewart, Starke,
most of his daughters
Survivors Include his life. Massachusettes on April 15, 1903 antImoved Vonda Gladys Ann Ayer and my. He was a member of the Baptist died Saturday, July 5 at his home Mrs. Geraldine Blossom,
mother, to Keystone Heights six Kay Ayer, Starke; two step-
Uremia P. faith. following an extended illness. Townsville.! South Carolina; thirteen
grandparents Chelette, Nashville, TN; years ago from Starke. He had lived sons, Tim & Thomas Burroughs, In- Mr. Nettles was born and raised in grandchildren and two great
Mr. & Mrs Lloyd Starke for after terlachen; and Lill Ayer Starke.
Shaw, in ten years moving Survivors Hillard,Kla., and moved Starke at grandchildren.
Orlando include
Mrs. Shirley Cason a son, James
Keystone from Jacksonville. He was the Graveside services will be held Russell, Hudson three an early age. He was retired from Funeral services were held Tuesday
Heights, Mr Ira
Lee ; daughters
Chelette, Neptune Beach. His father former owner/operator of Goodell Friday July 11 in Prevatt Cemetery Sylvia Morgan Arcadia the Seaboard Coastline Railroad July 8 at the chapel with Rev.
was the late Dennis A, Chelette Truck Lines of Jacksonville and a at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Bruce Cub- McKay and Teresa Nichols, both Magie of after 35 years as a machinist lie Gene Bass officiating and Rev.
member of First Baptist Church, hedge & was a member of the Olive Burial was in
formerly of Keystone Heights. Father Fred Yerkes con- Starke; one sister, Ethel Mae Gram- Airpark Bap Leroy assisting.
Keystone Heights. ducting the services. tist Church of Starke. Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
Funeral services for Jones Funeral mer, Atlanta Ga.; one brother
Chelette were held Saturday Christopher July 5, Survivors include his daughter, Home of Starke will be in charge orarrangeml'nts. Starling, Starke; ten grandchildren.Guy Mae Survivors include his wife, Ix'lha direction of Archie Tanner Funeral ,
; one daughter, Mrs. Harbor Home of Starke.
in Friendship Bible Church, Mrs. Virginia G. Jordan, Keystone
Keystone Heights, with Rev. Heights; one son, Harold P., Ponte Funeral services were conducted
Clarence Hager & Rev. Ron Shafer Vedra Beach; one brother, BernardW. Russell StarlingMr. in the Chapel of Archie Tanner
conducting the services. Burial was Goodell,Jacksonville; one sister, Funeral Home on Saturday, July 5
in Keystone Heights Cemetery Ruth G. Hutchby, Brunswick, Russell Starling 65, of Hudson with the Reverand Robert L. SKIERSWANTED
under the direction of Jones Funeral Maine; five grandchildren and nine Fla., died Tuesday, July 1 in Thomas presiding. Burial was in
Home of Keystone Heights.uct greatgrandchildren.The .
Mens Sunday School Class of

obit First Honorary Baptist Pallbearers.Church will be FLA.TWIN THEATRE !

Loureda Perryman Starke 964-5451
Funeral services will be at 1:00: JUST ARRIVED.
Mrs. Loureda Perryman, 51,of Lake p.m. Thursday, July 10, in Dewitt C. Open Every Night .
Butler died at home Saturday morn- Jones
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Lester Perryman; one son, Ricky various children's healthcare prob
Harlow Perryman,Lake Butler; two 'i1IXrJ@'ij'1XJfE 0(12)3jio [ lems? 1el-Med has the Informationon
daughters Sherry Denise Carstons Lewis Mansell Ayer these and many more health ",' '!J.
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Hilton, Lake Butler; two Administration >
granchildren. Hospital, Gainesville following a MATTHEW ellOOfOlCK 3 Can medicines In the home '
Graveside services were held lengthy illness. FERRIS BUELLER'S poison your child? : Y

Cemetery Monday July with 7 Rev., in P.Elzey R. Lawson Chapel Born in Hialeah Fla., on March 5, DAY OFF 73 10 Poisons Earache In the home .w ft5aua -

officiating. Archer Funeral Home of 1931, Mr. Ayer moved to Interlachentwo On man\1t"&R1o to cal...h...p. 225 Croup Also... Complete line of
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The third day of hearings on the way through the wetlands, Tommy Fri., Sat., Sun., 282-3115
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Watson Gainesville attorney, who Harold Hill president of the Santa PLUS
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.I I havel'njoy\wrlling\ the peoplein the Coin11iiTIC Committee Natural tion he IN Chairman ol the Small
my district lor the past nine yours KKsources Committee, Health and Business! Subcommittee
and<1 I am looking forward to continuing KehiiluliUitives Services Committee (House I District 13 inrludes Maker, I
to serve them in the years and the Tourism and Economic Nassau! Union /and part of Duval
ahead," suite Representative Development Coiiimillfi" in adds mill lirailloril Counties:

George Cnuly said as he announced ------ -. ----- -- .
'I'hursday.July 3 that: he will seek reelection -
D rnt to the Florida. llousu of 7 ., Be Wise .
r I Representatives, District 13. ".
believe that the people of Union i Shop
County want the! kind ol ellcctive,
conservative, common sense leadership I PRICE-WISEI'
that I have provided in theLegislature.
;I 76 )Representative C'nidy has become
an effective spokesman lor the
needs ol Florida's small counties
He has lor legislation to increase .
lor local governmentand
to increase" education lundmg.
"I 1 am proud ol my success in the Kentucky Canadian Schenley
)t Y Legislature," Crady" said "We have Club
been very successful in providing for Tavern Reserve
the needs of Union County Ainoung Bourbon
to accomplishments that I am most .
proud ol are: Passing an amendment LTR LTR
to the state sales tax law to
pl'OlIilll'I'ml''gl'nt'Y. I lund distributionto C85 -cr"- 739Bacardl
small counties; passing the 1 IISchenley's
Prison Impact Bill to provide additional -
source! ol revenue lor county
government; and increasing! state
lungs lor eduction, in Union County,
Crady To Run Again... by $IlIi() ,360 in the past two years
Representative Crady is Vice
|{rresriit.itlftrori| <* Crndv (right is Introduced (critter), Chairman ol the Rules and Calendar
to new I ly elected! l.uke Butler 'ity Councilman Leroy ('rall has announced ho plans to run for re-rlrrtion! Committee,one ol the most powerful A.i Vodka
Stal\'l' (!left) by Councilman Jimmy \\liilchead I this )ear. committees in the (House! !because it Seagram's -
decides which bills will be prcmitted
to reach the floor lor a vote F Gin Rum
Representative\ Crailv; \ also serves on
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BUYER BEWARE 1399 599 799

May 17-19 Cub Scout Pack 673 at-
tended Scout World '86 at Jackson- Some companies will sell you a satellite system and assure
ville Naval Air Station.
It was an enjoyable experience for you that you DO HAVE A WARRANTY!

the The seven scouts scouts set up and a tent their, swam leaders., hik- Who do you call when you have trouble... the company makingthe
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far and wide. etc. are to be done by you, the consumer. In other I Mile North of Staike on Hwy. 301
There was a lot of competitionsand
one of the younger scouts Mack words, you have to find the cause of the problem, get the defec- OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -
Williams the Fitness PACKAGE STORE & LOUNGE
won Physical
contest for the seven-year-old group tive part identified, order it from manufacturer of your "new"system
Mon.-Tliurs( 9.00 til 12:00 Midnight
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and was presented a Gold Medal by and then have to call someone to install the new parts.
Scout Pat Patterson. Fri & Sat! 9:00: am til 2:00: am
Other cubs attending were De- ADVANCED ELECTRONICS does all this work for WE INSTALL -
Wayne Henderson, Chad Deese, An- you Sum l.i> I 1:00: ) pm til 11:00: pm

thony Bright, Brian Gros, Andrea AND SERVICE any system we sell. HOUR 5:00: p.m. to 7:00: p.m.
Dommon, Jason O'Steen.
The Navy went all out for the Call us today for more information on what to look for when 90 WELL DRINKS ... .

scouts, according to Scoutmaster satellite CALL DRINKS ... '1.50
purchasing a /
Henry Gros Den Leader Julie Morris system. \HAPPY
,__ and Frances Muse There were
Air Shows which thrilled all of the ENGAGEMENT
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went on Hot Air Balloon Rides. The
scouts showed their marching skills 995 inst. *1295 complete 416'E.. Call Street Starke WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY
when marched in review for the
they *
officers and men of the Navy STS System 1905 installed 964-6642
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residents Appreciation who is bought extended Scout to Starke World Area Heating and Air Conditioning Specialists 'Itchy b CHECK OUR MANY IN-STORE SPECIALS

Tickets from the scouts. The pro- I "- ---
ceeds helped these boys attend Scout -

World :
As another way of saying thank
you, Starke Elementary Pack 673

will Campaign continue throughout their Clean-up the summer.Starke IfOurMor !
Rates Were Lower
cubs Please as be they careful work and alongside watch for the the e Any

sidewalks and roadways in the area.
Thanks is also extended to Pinehill
Methodist Church for inviting the
Pack along to their Youth Rally in Off The
Lake City. Everyone enjoyed mak- Theyfttp Page.Fixed
ing new friends and the fellowship. .

Girl Scout
Rate 30-Year Mortgage 1-Year Adjustable Mortgage Loan .

NewsThe 2/4 points, 10.85%A.P.R. 2V2 points, 9.44%A.P.R.

Senior Scout at the pump in
last week's paper was Angela Par-
rish and friend. Sorry for the incor- % %

rection identification. ; 10.5 8OOFixed

While there are fewer scouting activities -
perhaps it would be appropriate -
to say thank you to all the :
lenders and assistant leaders who
made 1985-86 a very successful year .
Bradford-Union Girl Scouts -

for Many'hats'leaders during wear the year several and different we- Rate 15 Year Mortgage 23/4 points, 10.7% A.ER.

are even more grateful for the time
they give to the girls! and the scout
program. An awards dinner concluded -
the scout year and everyonewas
recognized at that time.
The newest of the Scouts was the
Daisy Scout. Leaders during the %
past year were Bonnie Ford,
Patricia Rankin, Cheryl Moss,
Lynne Foster, Valerie Randolph and
Pam Clark 1.L
Brownie leaders were Willie Mae
Randolph, Penny Hunter, Beulah
Lennon, Barbara Reed, Ann Davis ,
and Lynn Hepburn, Kathy Hobbs,
Peg Trimble, Wanda Bolin, Karen
Casey Hersey., Bobbie Howell and Betsy

Junior Leaders were Debbie
Broome, Diane Tierrtjcy; Joan
Whitehead, Regina Price, Mary
Looney, Diane Moody, Connie Ilin-
man, Debbie Traylor, Elizabeth
Walker and Pam Griffin. Florida Federal t
Cadette leaders were Joyce Sut- .

ton Padgett, Carolyn Eaves and Beverly @

Senior advisors were Laurie roe subject to change t':'.."g':=
Mullins, Andrea Abrams and Judy
Neighborhood Chairman, with Mary
Looney, Laurie Mullins, Elizabeth
Walker, Catherine Hicks as Cluster Downtown Gainesville Galneavllle/The Starfce Ocala
Chairman. 220 N Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W Madison Street 3033 S W College Rd
Nancy Odom served as secretary, 377-3344 375-2700 964-8000! 237.7204
'. Lila Rue Yawn was Cookie Chair Gainesville/University, Keystone Heights Lake Butler -
3501W.University. Ave. Lawrsnce Blvd.a 175 W MaIn Street
man, Catherine Hicks was QSP 373-6462 5y73.4952 y 496-3614
Chairman I
Thanks for all your efforts and
since most of you are returning we
look forward to a very successful iichg.b I


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((904)) 964-6081/4770

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: BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY : No Dealer Add-On Stickers; No Dealer Delivery Fees; Your No-Nonsense Dealer

84 Dodge D150 P/U 81 Pontiac Phoenix

: We Feature A Large Dance Floor, e Auto., PS, PB, AC AM-FM Stereo, 4 Dr., AC, PS, PB, AM-FM Stereo,

Cargo Light LWB, 318 CIO V-8, 4 Sp., V6 engine One Owner,

: A Good Band and Good Drinks! t One Owner, New Car Trade-In New Car Trade-In Low Mileage,

t. Low Mileage ... Only 18,000 miles Only 40,000 miles

Avg. ,NADA Retail . 7E5000 Avg. NADA Retail . *3.62500Sale

+ Live Entertainment Every Wednesday. Night t. Price . . *6,550 Sale Price . . *2,925
You Save $1., 10000 You Save $700
: 2 Bands on Friday & Saturday Night :

I' Bobby's Treat 1.00 Cover Charge A 84 Colt 4 Door 82 Arrow P/U

+ 4 Sp., 4 Cyl. engine, AC, AM-FM 4 Sp., 4 Cyl. engine, One Owner,
B.W. Hitch Band
) Stereo, One Owner, New Car New Car Trade-In,

& Wanted Alive a a / trade-in, low mileage, extra sharp Low Mileage

/ Avg. NADA Retail . '4,450 Avg. NADA Retail . *3,75000Sale

Wednesday Ladies' Night ,. Price . . 3,89500 Sale Price . . *3,35000You
75 Drinks
n + You Save $55500 Save $40000
w/live entertainment n /


/ WANTED: Experienced Parts Man/Woman Needed. Applicant will be con

OPEN Monday thru Saturday 4 til 2 am ; sldered for future position of Parts Manager. Call Claude Conway, Service
: pm | Manager for appointment/Interview ((904)) 964 6081.uWE'RE .

Hwy 301 (North of Waldo) +
.1. Phone 468-1641 llchgb COMMITTED TO SERVING YOU! "


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In drug raids for und.r $100? Coll for
THREI BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A 2 Measures 24x36". 25 cents each.. Great SALES
facts fcan 86.202 today! ((615)) 383-3338 Ext. 81S. baths, LR/DR, fireplace, breakfastroom for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH Llmerock ft Fill Dirt REALTY

W game room. 560 Glendale St. 135 W. Call St. 964-6303. 20 yd. semi-loads only
INTERNATIONAL PD TRUCK-20 ft. 964.5468.3/13 TF COPY MACHINESi Canon-for rent or Phone 712-34 5/23tfchg
box, motor n. MV404, 5 speed wheel sale. Canon home STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at .....
:3 BR, 1 BA HOME with central heat & air copier $799; Canon
U. 1122.5 N.w tires on rear S n.w and garage. Appraised at $36,000 will home or office copier, $999: Canon office Doublewlde Home Center located PHONE 964-7776 m-
point 5000. Firm. Can ... at Craft sell for 28500. 91 4..082 or 964-8447. copier $1399. Rent to own for as North on 301 Lawtey Fla. (this Is not iki
Salvage or call 964-4339 after 6 p.m. 7/3 1 tpd little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 205 N. Temple. Starke

7/3 2tpd 710REPOSSESSED TWO BEDROOM furnished "house on corner 110 W. Call St.. Starke. 9645764. 2/21 FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for
1984 TOYOTA COROLLA lot newly renovated. 26000. tfn sale at Ollns Home Center located on CECILIA TERWILLECAR
4-door. ac, at, am/fm st.r.o. Call Du. ,
small down payment and owner will ELECTRONIC ORGAN. 49.99 per month.No Highway 100 West This Is not trailer
pont Credit Union. 8 a.m. 4 p.m. finance. P.... 964.5970.6/26 TFNchg down payment. Call 964-6946, tfn furniture. 6/13 tfnchg SPECIAL
1,M CUTLASS CIERRA-Take ov.r $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn custom made & Installed Homes THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house

payment Loaded two ton. blu. REAL ESTATE CHEVY 4x4 PARTS V ton, anything you Beautiful of N. Fla., 964-6766. 5/1TF dock and covered dock patio clear water for swimming and

964-8461. 7/10 Itpd OUT OF AREA need>Axles front or rear, auto GIBSON TRACTOR RIDING MOWER 36 fishing. Budget priced at 33000. Owner financing.
1951 FORD BUS converted to camper- transm., transfer cases 2 different In. single blade, never used.| cost __
rune good-needs point job. $1200. SOUTHEAST ALABAMA-156 acres, brick types: spring lift blocks, big U bolts. $1700 will tell $1150. 9646362. 7/10
9646780. 7/10 Itcha_ home, outbuildings. 85 acres Call 9645812. TFce Itpd BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice home with convenient .

YARD SALES cultivable. Allotment. Balance pasture, STEREO CONSOLE-62 In. GE turntable, HOMEMADE UTILITY TRAILER 6X10 location-one block from school-1500 sq. ft. of excel. liv
woodland. $8000 annual Income. FM radio $50. 782.3949.7/3 Itpd 7/10 single axle. $525. 468-1000. 7/3 tfnpc space-only 8 old-CH&A-selling $43,000 with VA
Creek pond. 81000. UNITED FARM tfnchg FILL DIRT FOR SALE 904-964-5606. Ask for yrs.
BARGAINS GALORE entrance at Shady Alabama assum. mtg. of $35,000 at 9% % interest-Mo pymnt of $339. Includes
AGENCY P.O. Box 755, Troy 5 HP ROTOR TILLER-used three times 1 Mark. 73 TFNCHG
Oak Tr. Park. Hwy 301. Fri & Sat. 9.5.710llchg 36081. ((205)) 566.1870 or ((205)) 735-2442 seed planter, call 5332366. 7/3 2tpd FIGS: 60 cents per pound. Ph. 9647698. P&I insurance & taxes. Also 14'x24' work shop-56'x12'!

Evenings Icon 86203GENTLEMEN'S 7/10 Already picked 7/101lchg
FRI & SAT. Westmoreland Tr. Park. patio-large oak trees-garbqge disposal-five ceiling fansyou
ESTATE-Masslve 4 USED ROOFING CLIMATROL 10,000 BTU air condl-
TIN various room
Lot 22. Clothes, jewelry etc. Inside If lengths $3 can pet into this home for $6,000!
bedroom 4 1/2 bath rancher Indoor per sheet. Call 964-6126. Monday boner 964-5945 after 6 pm. 7/10 Itpd. approx.
rain. 7/10 Itpd. heated pool, 2 car attached garage on through Friday, 900a.m.: 12:00 noon. PIT/ENGLISH PUPS $50 each 7823869. MOVE IN TODAY-504 Legion Terrace-3 BR 1 1/2 BA CH/A
HOUSE SALE furniture kitchen ,
96 mostly rolling acres. 450000. The 7/101lchg 1 7/10 Itpd Hotpoint D/W 15
.tc., hospital bed. Take 301 south to stove 1/2 cubic ft. refrig with ice maker
Real Estate Store ((704)) 683.2964 fcan FROST-FREE FREEZER $175; matchingwasher APT. SIZE STOVE $25. 9646362. 7/10
2nd 221 turn left, 9th house on right. washer/dryer four ceiling fans drapes blinds, tinted windows
86.205 -dry.r $325; washer $95; dryer Itpd
4681138. 7/10 1 Itpd .ASHEVILLE NC Birch Forest Condomlnlmums $15; frost free refrig.' $175; s/s ref. GREENWARE, 30% off molds kiln freshly painted inside & out- patio 10'x 10'utility bldg
FRI ft SAT furn. ? tools, misc. 413 Polk quality bullt-convenient $175; new loveseat $175; Hideabedsofa needs some work. South 100 Forsyth nice chandalier in DR.

St. 7/10ltpd location, 2 bedrooms 2 bath fully $95; like new pine living room Rd. 964-8767 or 9648515. 7/10 Itpd HANDY MAN'S DREAM112
JULY 11 1 1296. Household, tools, little old siding two
year cypress story
equipped kitchen deck, 1140 sq. ft. suite cost over $1300 new-$350; Jenny RCA 25" COLOR TV, walnut cabinet
of everything lots for' men. 1226 Bradford Associates ((704) home 4 BR 1 1/2 BA, some remodeling has been done
63900. Burnett baby bed $75; Queen bed $75; double looks like new take over payments.
St. 7/10 Itpd 274.4342(704)( ) 2986172. fcan 86.206MISCELLANEOUS bed $75; bunk beds $100. much Bal $338 or $25 per month Free fireplace, $33,0001.PEACEFUL
NEW BLADDER WATER TANK apt. size more. See at 157 W. Brownlee St. delivery Call local 1-800-826-5643 ext. .
dryer toaster ovens, sheets, towels, RESTFUL SECLUSION BR, 1 1/2 BA frame home,
(Hwy. 16)) hours 9.6 Mon. Sat. 7/10 22. 7/10 4tpd 7/31
drapes & much more. Sunday 86. 1st Itpd 1 HORSE WALKER excellent cond. CH/A, aluminum siding two acres with trailer space garden

house north of Hwy 18 on 301. Hamp FILL DIRT clay 8 top soil will load your 964.6751,7/10 2tchg 7/17 spot paved road
FREE KITTENS to home. Call after 6
468-2233. good
ton. 7/10ltpd truck. 964-5414. 7/10 4tchg 7/31 1 CLICK, 2 horse thoroughbred trailer BRAND NEW BRICK HOME-3 BR 1 1/2 BA. aoroae. 42000.
SAT-JULY 12, 8 am.3 Deerwood m. 964-4589. 7/10ltchg
p.m. SELLING OUT registered Limousinebull w/floating ramp extra nice 9646751. HOME FOR FAMILY
lid, ((301 S.) Furniture, kitchen Items, REALLY CUTE KITTENS, ready to go. 3 ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick colonial home
typewriter clothes odds & ..nds.Mol.rnlly male, 2 female %8179 or 9644363. cows& calves, holstein cross cows 7/101lc"'g 16 1/2 off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq. ft.10.09acresmany
& calves, very reasonable. 964-5771 or PALIMINO QUARTER HORSE
clothes. 7/10ltpd 7/101tpd 771.71"6.7/101lpd "hands, several quarter horses game omenities.
GARAGE SALE Sat. 9.2 only. 806 W. Pratt SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE flashing arrow oilpapered THE GREAT GET A WAY We
trained, sev thoroughbreds : are proud to otter a handsome
St. make an offer. 7/10 Itchg. signs $2831 lighted, non-arrow $2631 .
FRI. 4 FAMILIES, fold away b.d.chand.I.n. nonllghted $2371! Free letters) Full factory NOTICE horses. 964.6751 anytime.SEARS brick & cedar home on 37% acres 4 BR 2'/ bath plus a nice
WEIGHT BENCH 8 weights-$100; 2
Only few left. See local. barn efficient 133000.
luggage family clothing warranty. Cole 1200 planters-$25 each: LWB truck energy
furn housewares, much more. Griffn ly I 800 423-0163 anytime, fcon 86.207 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted bed for trailer-$25; corrugated OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY! Twelve acres with

THURS Loop. 7/10 ft FRI.Itchg.St. Clair & Bridges St, SCHOOLSSEMI to the Bradford County Quonset tin $2 a sheet: refrig. & home approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 BR, 2 ba, barn workshop pole

Starke. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. rain or shine Telegraph office In writing and paid In washer $25 ea.; Marcury security lamp barn ((31x42)). fenced and cross-fenced variety of fruit trees
$15 other items. 9644738. 7/10ltpd
advance unless credit Is already ;
LARGE YARD SALE clothes knickknacks DRIVER TRAINING. Earn big bucks- established with this office REG. QUARTER HORSE gelding 4 yrs. $85,000.:

toys, shoes books etc. Sun drive big trucks! D.O.T. Certification.Local THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE old. w/tack. 473-4762 or 9644570. Pin NOT TOO BIG-NOT TOO SMALLI! 319 N. St. Clair St., $36,000
day, 713. 9-? at SDA Church across I and national job placement HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN to gelding w/tack. Well trained for
from Pin. Forest WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St. 3 BR 1 1'/a bath large
Apts. 7/10 Itpd assistance.. Correspondenceresidenttraining. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ladies&children. 473-4762 or 964-4370. ,
GARAGE SALE selling everything, Eligible Institution for financial THE TELEPHONE. 7/10 21chg 7/17 lot,, 45000. You'll love to call this home.
books, xmas decorations, yard tools, aid. Guaranteed student loans. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. TROY-BILT TILLER HP elec. start. $800.
etc. 434 W. Coll St. Sat. 10-4. /101 Itchf I Call 1 800 2828165. UNITED TRUCK NOON, prior to Thursday publication. used 1 season, Slide-in camper for a PROPERTIES....
YARD SALE Sat. July 12. 10 a.m. 2 p.m., MASTER. Resident training: Tampa FL Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, long wheel base truck $250. Call LOCATION, LOCATION LOCATION 165' on 301 by Econo
across 55 Elem. School. Tools, fcan 86-209 then IS cents for each word thereafter 964-5873 after 5 p.m. 7/10 l Itpd Lodge $120,000.eINVESTORS .

household tires, jewelry 7/10ltpd. _. --=-- ... _--w......--' --.....,..
: 438 Acres !in South Bradford County. Partially sub
****************** : COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
j 1 divided, highway frontage close to school $1,000 per acre.

BUSINESS 5* RENT/LEASE 1 Hardwood trees. Developer's dream!


:rr NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call & Thompson Harvard University was first known as Cambridge. South of SR 16, 262.5' on Hwy. 301 105' on Washington St.
Streets: 2 story masonry building. PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwords Rd. Seven
J FASHION STOP is :: Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF 1 r..r-J L-R -err w -f thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150' on Hwy

developing a new *|[ 3 South.RETAIL 473-3627 STORES 'for or 9648848.lease, Highway 5/8TF 301 Accelerated Realty Inc. I 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars. SP $199,000''

shopping plata adjacent r 20 ACRES zoned for MH Park city limits. GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 301 N. by Powell's Dairy

: to their store on IStarke.. $97,500. 3054578265.. 6/19 Freeze. 200 ft. on Hwy 301 approx. 1.61 acres, 125000.
M i
r 4tpd 7/10 Phone I II
: Hwy. 301 ( across from : 4.454'k. Owner would consider financing.
high school) 1520 S. Walnut' StreetHwy( 301, South) ., Florida acres
finance 3 wells 2 septic tanks small barn tool shed 2 temp.
r J Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
ONLY TWO NOW HIRING poles, property can be divided into 2 tracts each with well &
Farms Commercial
J RETAIL Oil OFFICE SEWING MACHINE m septic tank $27,000 each.
No Charge to List Your Property for Sale
36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
J Call and discuss it with us.
I REALTOR I will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
Available for oc- 4. Experience helpful qualified
DAIRY QUEEN: 89900. Approx. 169'on Hwy. 301. Bldg. being
cupancy by :Mid-June! people start out well above'minimum sold 'as is", 1696 ft. Also 12,700 ft. paved for
I EASY COUNTRY LIVING ON PAVED HIGHWAY. Brick home on 2 acres LR family approx. sq. sq.
J Don't miss out on this J 4. wage. Only serious'job room combo dining room A kit. 3 BR, 2 BA CH&A 6 ceiling fans brick b.b-q pit I parking.

J great location : seekers apply. I and metal utility bldg located on Hwy 225. I After Hours
4, VOGUE INC. DELUXE COUNTRY LIVING-Brick. 5 BR, 2BA, close to town. On 1 acre
CALL 904-384-0603: : 710 S. Water St, LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Brick home, LR, DR 3 BR, 2 BA on 5 acres Pauline Randolph 964.6323

For Further Starke, FL I NICE AND CLEAN-Moblle Home 2 BR, 2BA, front porch tool shed spacious lots. I Randy Cory 475-2597
Information ENJOY SUMMER TIME LIVING 2 cottages on Kingsley Lake, lot SO ft. by 800 ft. Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473.7541
.****** ************-- deep dock, nicely wooded I
I NICE FAMILY HOME good neighborhood, 3 BR, 2 BA, excellent buy. I
LOT FOR SALE-Country Club Estates

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. WATERFRONT LOTS-Sampson Lake & Sampson River, Start at $8.000. zoned, BULLDOZER WORK WANTED

single family residential !
PRICED RIGHT-Form 'for Sale, 131 Acres.
COMMERCIAL' BUILDING' approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor, space. Madison, & Thompson. Call ((904)) 964.5606

I 301 Street COMMERCIAL PROPERTY-146 ft. frontage South of Starke. I Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

I 251 FEET ON 301 with home, well, utility shed, excellent location. I ,
[B as GOODBYE TO CITY LIVING-home and 5 acres 23 miles from Cecil, Field, great for

964-5065 ,- family living, storage bldg.. fruit trees, stocked fishpond.FREE .

REALTOR Tim's Custom Cabinets _

I I New Construction Remodeling :.- .

t 'Wayne Douglas...... .964-6593 Novis Ward............964.7454 I Cabinets' *Tile! Callings

John Green..533-2121 BillDodd.................964-7408 Estimates _
Free .
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU! I'Irving' Clark...:..........964-7188 Cindy Kurimay..964.7408 Call Tim Thompson '. -

I Evelyn Cnastain.......964-4319 Don Hood ..............468.1905 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves TF

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 stsa ttt s. tsr ttse Bsss '6 -


9/10 acre. 4 Br. 2 Ba,
SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3 prox.
*3 BR, 1 BA C/B Cream Puff. Great starter' home In Waldo. 1900 ft.
CH&A plus assum.
3 BR, 1 BA. good Investment property. Little down with owner financing, bedrooms 3 baths and too many sq.
*JUST LISTED. Beautiful 2.7 ac. homestead with pond. 3200 sq. ft. fully features to describe on 3 3/4 mtg. !
carpeted many extras 5 Br.. 3 Ba. Must sea to appreciate ouimw; acres. *SUPER NICE- In town: 3 Br., 2

*M.H. CUTE almost ae. $1,000 dn-full price $6,100. Ba. executive quality home.
IDEAL HOME For retired couple who like, country living. 2 Br. I Ba. frame on Alibttolis* PRESTIGIOUS AREALocatedin Lots of living comfort features.

1 ac furnished also has MH and extra septic. ONLY 29900. 964-4522 area of other lovely homes LAKE ACCESS-Extra nice MH
BA In town. Has FP. den wooden deck on dead end St .
*:3 BR-1 this 3 BR 2 Ba !is on a corner lot CH/A with beautiful
EXCELLENT LOCATION 2 Br 1 Ba, just reduced to 22000. Fenced yard. STARKE. FL. grounds.
*WONDERFUL HOUSE for entertaining. Just waiting for someone to move Into South 301. Plaza. with many amenities. Super Keystone area.EDWARDS _.

Immediately, with over 4500 sq. ft. of living area nice. RD.: Adjoining

IMMACULATE MH on beautiful shaded 1 lot Kingsley Lake area. Mon. thru Frl. MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to Bradford Sq. 64x150 with
WALK TO EVERYTHING, comfortable, 3 Br., 1 Ba.. C/B house, has hardwood Open _
1:30 a.m. to Si30 p.m. Hampton Lake 3 Br., 2 Ba., building.
AjrKITE, __
floors* GOOD AREA double wide, excellent condition furnished on Iocr.. Sot. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB ZONED COMMERCIAL-in city,

storage bldg., and a 10'x12' 144'x52' w/ 22'x46' bldg.. Ideal
WATERFRONT PROPERTY greenhouse. On 1 All
acre. for laundromat
Residence Farm Commercial Business
ENJOY THE SUMMER In this 3 Br., 1 Ba., with, CH&A. Appraisals. Office for 60000. NEXT TO North Fla. Chrysler
Your Full Service Real Estate
OWNER MOVING-Must sell. Plymouth Dealership. 2 parcels
LOOking for Land? beautiful 3 Br 2 Ba
85 ACRES in Hampton area with pavud road frontage 1 Acre on corner of 16 W
finance. A HOME THAT DARES TO BE We have it. home.Featuring Formal LR, DR, :
2 1/2 ACRES just oft Hwy 225. Owner will Rd.
LARGE LOT. opprox. 1 1/2 ac. or make two lots out of' this. Just post the DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres. Tell us what you want. Fam. rm. w/fireplace large kit. and
SOUTH : 7 unit rental
2 Ba's.den. -
hospital 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's. In City $58,000

MELROSE-1 acre on Hwy. 26. Lake access. liv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl In. HIGH POTENTIAL! 269 AFFORDABLE city 3 Br. 1 complex full occupancy firm
301 60 X 66 Commercial Bldg. and 4 Br. 3 Ba. name. 20*. dn.owner cash down payment required.
*3 ACRES South sulated windows, rng.. refrg ac.es with possibilities Ba, fenced cor. lot. $34,500.....
will consider terms. -- CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87
DW, CH&A, dble carport galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR A SOtlD INVESTMENT a

w/storage bldg. Sale priced at 16 opprox. 3900 ft. adjoining world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, acres with Gville.940'ff on 301. Only 19
mi. to
William O.Tiffin Realtor, President 73200. Add'i acreage avail. Starke Golf and Country 2 Ba, Fm Rm Liv. rm.. Din. Rm.,
944-4048 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff.
Susan Faulkner Realtor
Club. Timber valued at over sewing rm. and more within
Douglas Conner 964.8420Louis WATERFRONT: 131000. 2400 sq. ft. Priced ot $73,000.
Irene L. Faulkner 964-3142 w/nice mobile home. 2 Ba., doublewide on 1 acre.
Yung 01.1.7525 Many Russell 473-7694 lake DO YOU WANT A BUY?? Now only 24900.
Karen Adam. 964-4002 to into. $25,500. I
Lucille Spry 964..20 964.7331 Ready move Owner Financing This is itl! 3 Br., 2 Ba., closeto SOLID STARTER HOME-
Debbie T sole ""-6983 Bobby 8,99. 49 Acres witri' well .
LOOKING FOR "COUNTRY"? everything. Excellent condition Needs minor repair & paint

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL COMFORT? NATURE? Then see Septic tank Hwy. Frontage 27000. on large lot Cheap.

Rentals.Available this brick 3 br, 2 ba, CH&A :1 We Invite InqttirThinking 'ifs On Our Other Properties ,
ASSOC. Available
Carol Warner REALTOR I : Rentals I :
? Callus/
ft iperry Management Division home on approx. 5 acres. of Bi tying or Selling



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Installed. Free 2 BR 1 BA Mobile home large living '
needed Pines Care Ctr estimate. Handy-Man Fence Co. room A/C. close to town. $235 month Hand Lounge seats teak ski storage three
at rubbed
Whispering oil finishes. Coll Joe
IS USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer Call 473 2730. 5/22
: on tfn tfnchg
Owner Reddish Full Instrumentation
Coll Susan Cook 9&4.6220. I25TFSALES Tommy 413.2521. 6/5 nice built In cooler/storages I
one or all. Olln's Mobile Home Sales. windows LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly monthly tfnchg
POSITION Must have soles NEED storage large
experience. TYPING
: DONE Reasonably. efficient
904 964 5606 6/6 tfnchg 1 2 BR
SUPPLY. efficiency apartments or
tank. Bow boarding
Call 964 5606 Olins Mobile canvas
letter .
computer printout quality.Call
1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 9646078. Orders oleo taken In Lake call 4732919. 5/22 tfnchg platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
Homes. IfHAIRSTYLIST 473 4648 and leave Will
Bedroom and more. Take over Butler 496-3079 and Heights 2 IIR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimming message.
Florida licensed. Must Keystone return call 3/27 I SS Props. $5500. Lorry.
: tlnchg
payments. Call 782-3358 after 6 p.m. 473-4973. 2/26 IinWANT and skiing. $250 a week plus $100 4751267. 6/19
Good benefits HANDYMAN
hove following. Busy SERVICE
Mowing yard
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1986 14X70 3 TO DRINK deposit. 473.3856.6/5 tfnchg work ACT NOW) Pet "ID' tags Pet'i name
Shop. Hairplones, 964-4645. 2/20 TF chain saw work tree trimming
GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 to Br, 2 Ba, FP, furnished $141 per THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA Across from trash hauling odd lob. 4733321. and your phone number engraved on

S59.230/yr. Now hiring. Call month. No cash needed if qualified. WANT TO STOP, golf course. $400 a month. Nice. 6/5 tfnchg any attractive brass togs. Send $4 pp todayto

805.687.6000, Ext. R.5504 for current Free delivery & set.up, call 284.6000 THAT'S OURS 473.3083 or 4752838. 7/3 tfnchg PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile : Hodges Engraving Rt. 1 Box 387
collect ni 1 471-0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646I949646219 Keystone Heights. FL 32656. 7/10
federal list 6/26 8tpd 8/8 pools decks sidewalks. Free
EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest IV82 14 X 70 FLEETWOOD MH on 1 acre. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE estimates. Call Rob 473.3590. 6/5 tlnchg

clean cut A MUST! References required 12 X 24 storage building garden plus pd thru i/15 tlnchg FORD 8 N TRACTOR for sole. 1200.

possible $25,000 first year. Apply more 27500. 964-4166 7/3 2tpd 7/10 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes LAKEFRONT KEYSTONE Mobile Home. 1 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.Call Sacrifice. Itchg 710WORK

D & S Motors. 207 N. Temple. No TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1986 24 X 44, 3 cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used acre 2 BR. 2 BA CA/HP all appliances The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free

phone calls. 4/3 TF Br, 2 Ba wood & shingles $152 month. sewing machines for sale James screen room carport deck Estimates 6/5 tlnchg WANTED

HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED: Experienced and Free delivery & set-up. No cash neededif Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy floating dock many extras. Will FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .

qualified. Call 284-6000 collect. or 16, Starke. 964.8733. 12/5TF finance. 48500. 1-473-7485.
following preferred. Call 964 6777. House out of level? Call laRue Leveling RELIABLE HARD WORKING Young men
1-471-0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 ad 7/31 HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical 1-7465470 14737672. Itpd 7/10 Service for all
SHELTERED WORKSHOP SUPERVISOR to your foundation want yard work mowing trimming
1987 FLEETWOOD $7995. one left at this complete home repair.
indoor work activities for 25 repair 4737721. 6/5 tfnchg
manage etc. Call 473.2438 or leave message at
handicapped. adult students In productive price. FLYING Z MOBILE HOMES Reasonable rates contractor.Call Lost UPHOLSTERY Chairs couches cushionsand 4737024. Itcho 7/10
Green Cove Springs. Call 284.6000 col- Mitch. 4733940. 1/9TF Addison
work center. Desire production campers. Upholstery
oriented person with strong organization lect or call 1471.0611 after 6 pm. 7/3 PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all $100 REWARD) Black male Labrador, 4732452. 4tchg 6/19-7/10 HOMES FOR SALEFOR

and communication skills able to 1983 FLEETWOOD MH, 14x70 3 Br. 2 Ba. phases obedience, personal protec mixed dark spots on tongue. lost Nov. LONELY AND BLUE Who do you call?
motivate and train the handicapped In Calh. ceiling garden tub central air tion show. ring. '1&4.1100.3/13 Experienced TF 7 on SR I 100 and Immokalee Road. (The Blues Busters) by writing to SALE BY OWNER Geneva Springs

work skills. Must be able to deal effectively like new. Take over payments of $235. breeds. 964 5732 or ? Call Answers to "Minor." 4737162. 6/5 Lakeside Singles Club Rt. I Box 530. Condo. Will consider trade for proper
with staff students and com Call 964.4155 if no answer call TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR tfnchg Hampton. FL 32044. 7/10 tfnchg ty. 4752133. Itchg 7/10
Beautiful of N. Fla.
panies. Desire HS and 2 yrs. experience 964.4037.1/10 4tpd 7/31 964-6766 Homes LOST JUNE 24 Blue-point Himalayan THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE Specializing In WALK TO SCHOOL 4 bedroom 2 bath
In Industry rehabilitation 1973 CONCORD 12 x 65, $3,500.964.5520 We will tell you how to home.lob declawed male cat In vicinity of Pinon chronic muscular pain also deeply custom Interior home It Ideal for a

and/or college. Previous work experience 5 ACRES of land plus doublewiae. nnn and Increase the value of your Road. If found please call 4751788. relaxing and healing.AdultsChlldrenp"renatal. growing family. Owner transferred

and training. In vocational completely set up. 964 6069 offer 5 pm 5/1TF Most .tpd 7/3-10 must sell. 70900. Watson Realty

education or human service programscan 10x50 MOBILE HOME set-up In park. LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates.TF Elizabeth Rush LMT 5453 or Cale Corp.. Realtors 473-SOLD or 4752272.

be substituted. Base 11,000 to $1950 cash ph. 4734508. 7/10 Itpd lawns $15. Phone 9&4.4238.518 Miller, LMT 4842. 475-1258 or 3766651. WATERFRONT EXECUTIVE ESTATE
1973 AMERICAN MH 2 Br, 1 IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD WOULD 4tpd 7/10.31 .
13.100 (Based on training & experience Ba. w/een- call Lori at Custom built executive estate on 6
tral ac. 3000. Call after 5 take piano lessons, CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction
) plus quarterly performance pm Each acres with 200 feet on Mason Lake. Approximately
bonus. 4 wks vacation holidays paid 7823461. 7/10 2tpd 7/17 964.4526 between 2 pm & 5 pm. SUPPLY SALESPERSONPrefer truck mounted equipment. 4 acres fenced for horses.
lesson is only $5. 7/3 tfnchg retired person to sell In Keystone
life & health insurance. Send resumeto CtBCARPETCLEANINGKeystone This 3 bedroom. bath
1982 DOUBLEWIDE Porch, carport deep TREE REMOVAL large & small jobs Heights area. Must be familiar with 2 home featuresa
: Robert Larimer Director Sunshine Heights 473-7770 sauna In the master suite wet bar off
well building furnished. reasonable rates-FIREWOOD. 473-4512 For Information
storage community. more con
Industries. P.O. Box 509 Starke FL Half off on ScotchguardMISCELLANEOUS the great room. Game room and
$21.400.473-4891. Itpd 7/10 or 473.3160.7/3 2tchg 7/10 tact John Miller. 9646305. tfnchg.
32091. 6/26 3tchg 7/10 detached Call for
MOWING. Free I garage. appoint
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks. meat 199000. Watson
LAND FOR SALE Realty Corp.,
after 4
estimates call 964-4600 p.m. Presbyterian Church Send resume to
Call 17554040.) N. Fla. Real Estate College Realtors. 473-SOLD or 475-2272. Itcho
7/3TFN ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. 7/101lpd 1 Rt. 2 Box 2733 Melrose FL 32666 or PACK RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible

COLOR AND COSMETICS America's 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call CHARLOTTE'S WEBB where your clothes call 4734525. 2tchg 7/3-10 Items and antiques. Used furniture PETS
liability. Where A CAREER NOT A JOB In the
become an asset-not exciting
private consultation color tin glassware lewelry and much more.
premier 9645606. 1/03
for 7/10 world of real estate sales If have
there is something a
analysis and cosmetics company offers ONE ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Road: license you call Come see for yourself. One mile east AKC MINIATURE Schnauzer male 2'/i'
or Dean
seasonal color analysis training aloe $3,,000, no down payment $70 per mo. I tfnchgI WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In my home. Weaver to discuss are getting the excellent one oppor of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. months shots and wormed. 6592118.
skin care products color coded Call 9645606. 1 '03 tfn 4732183. 6/5 tfnchg I Itchg 7/10
7/10 7/17 tunities available with Watson
cosmetics. Earn $100! plus per day. Call LOT IN CITY: 6000. Call 964-5764; after Days 9647321. 2tchg Corp.. Realtors. 473-7653 4752272.Realty RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. FREE lovable pups part greyhound 3

((305)) 4222828, C Custom Color by 5. call 964-5251 3/07 tfn or Needs spring and summer clothing months old. 6592118. Itchg 7/10

Racheal. fcan 86 210 1 3/4 ACRES off 227. $4.000. $200 down kystone A small jobs YARD SALE fowl 11 Open Tuesday through Satur FREE PUPPIES 8 weeks old, mother

EARN $4.87 HR $75 per month. 9645606. 5/8TF TREE REMOVAL large FIREWOOD. 473-4512 day 10 am.5 p.m. Highway 21 North Dalmatian, all black with white tummies -

We need assistance In evaluating and ACREAGE & HOUSE. 44 acres with 2 Br. reasonable rates. Keystone Heights. Call 473.3106 for adorable. 475-1436 after 5. Itpd
2tch 7/10 GARAGE SALE at Mini
413.3160.7/3 Warehouse.
responding to doily work reports sub house $2.200 per acre. House rented. or time to leave items. 6/5 tfnchg
from Post Office
Keystone across LAND FOR SALE
matted by our agents throughout the
July 12,9.4.5010. oak tables also
state. No experience necessary, Paidto 100 ACRES with 3 Br.. house barn FOR RENT Allen CARS, TRUCKS
complete training. Work at home. house $2,200 many Ethan pieces. LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
storage utility per acre. & BOATS
FRIDAY 1 SATURDAY 8:30: a.m.-2
p.m. Owner will finance.
For Information send self-addressed 19049647771. 6/19 tIn $164 per month.
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: Hwy 100. Lokevlew Villas Keystone.
stamped envelope 91/2 inches long to 3 ACRES facing 230 East of Starke. $500 473-4367. 6/5 tfnchg
Mobile Homes and for rent. 1 Itpd 7/10
AWGA Dept. E, Box 49204 Atlanta down plus closing costs. $175 per spaces 1974 CADILLAC Coupe de Vllle all electric LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE July 11 & 12.
GA 30359. 7/10 Itpd month. 964-5606 7'3 tin AC one year old paint lob and acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473.7162
tIn Follow to Road off
OPENINGS AVAILABLE for prior service 1 ACRE LAND cleared septic tank & signs Kings new vinyl roof. A-l working condition. after 5. 3/27 tfnchg
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Woodland. Baby and children's goods
military personnel In the Naval Air well power pole included. $7000. Asking $1700 obo. Call 4732566. Itpd LAKE LOTS septic well fence pump
BA For more Information call Lake tools kitchen items fob fireplace
Reserve Program in Jacksonville, FL. 431.1733 ask for Kris. 7/10 Itpd apt pre 7/10 house fix-up house on clear lake.
Butler' 4963141. Equal Opportunity play house. Itchg 7/10
Ground and flight crew positions 1/2 ACRE with septic S well, Woodland Housing.Apts. 6/7 tfnchg GARAGE SALE Saturday 9-5 and Sun. 1f7 HONDA ACCORD 4 door 5 speed 473.28597/10 Itpd 7/17 3tcha 7/31
available in patrol transport, helo and Acres $7.200 964.5520.7/10 llpd PS. AC. Runs excellent New CV joints.
ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel. $8 day 93. Seven-tenths mile on NOTICE
attack squadron. Call toll free $1925 obo 4737618. Itpd 7/10
1.800.521.1316 for more information. BUSINESS per night. From $35 per week. Discount Brooklyn Bay Road off Hwy 21 N. Itchg 1914 BRONCO 4X4 PICK-UP 302

offered for longer term. Apply In per 7/10 automatic turbine See CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
Full to
son. Magnolia across a.m. mitted the Lake
available. must Sacrifice$2500. 4737618. Region Monitor office -
time Applicant
position '
from Post Office TF on North Pecan follow signs. Itchg In and
In advance
Itpd 7/10 writing paid
have 2
years experience in sewage YOUR OWN $10.99 One price LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A, 7/10 unless credit Is
1978 HONDA CIVIC 4 speed excellent already
treatment or water purification plants designer shoe store. A retail price stove and refrigerator. Suitable for YARD SALE Friday 9 til. Turn off Hwy this office.MONITOR .
condition 35 MPG. $925 obo. Willftncnce:14737618.11pdTnrj
and hold a accordance current operator's with Florida certificate unbelievable for quality. shoes normally couple or small family. $350 month. 21A at 21 Bat Mr. Mac's Restaurant Go ,, : STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

in priced from $19 to $60. Over 150 Call 9647826. 3/13TF 21B 3 blocks see signs. Furniture Colonial STATIONWAGON" RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
1974 PINTO At/C,5{
Statute 403.101. NF.FSH is a psychiatric brand 250 $14.300 APARTMENTS FOR RENT New/! back sofa golds :
names styles. to wing greens
located 25 miles northwest of runs good. $550 or finance.
facility $25,900 inventory training fixtures decorated, everything furnished. Laundry browns & oranges, Maple 3 piece 'BR 4737618. Itpd 7/10 THE TELEPHONE.
Jacksonville Florida. We offer a grand opening. Can combine with over facilities Included. Video room suite double bedstead 3 drawer Classified deadline Is
Send State of 1982 F-350 TRUCK Closed body nice Tuesday noon
state package. 1,000 brands of apparel accessory available. Will accept one child no dressser 4 drawer chest king size prior to Thursday publication.

Florida application N.E. Fla.with State copy,Hospital., of certificate dancewear or bridal shop. Can open 15 pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. bed 2 Dodge van seats light gray and 4737618.point 4 Itpd speed.7/10 Sacrifice $5200. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,

to days. Mr. Keenan ((305)) 695-8267 Itpd .. Starke 32091.5/1 TF miscellaneous. Itchg 7/10 then 15 cents__ for.__ each ward *h._rAiltAr__ _
Hwy. 121 S. Personnel Macclenny for month 1 2 '-.-.. in.iT". "
1000 SUNBEDS. WOLFF -SUNAI. 28 FT. TRAILER rent by or I -irnin -
Florida 32063. EEO/AA Employer. 7, 10 CLEARANCE SALE by Manufacturer. adults only. No pets. Deposit required. CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES: Con- !

FINANCIAL PLANNING MARKETING Make offor Big money in suntanning. 9648484. STARKE KOA KAM- temporary stone S Cedar 3 Br. 2 Ba., Roberts Real Estate

SALES A major financial planning firmis Tanning lamps and lotions 1 800 PGROUND. 301 South. 5/15TF CH/A, 3 car garage. Ig. lot, fireplace.W. I 986 N, Temple Ave. Stark FL I

seeking 3 individuals for the Starke 228.6292. fcan 86.208 $50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one PRATT sr.: 3 Br. 1 Ba beauty ,

area. Applicants must be well. LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor bedroom apartments with refrig. and call today.oLAWTEY 964-6262

educated and/or possess a proven thAmerican Van Lines needs cooking facilities. All utilities are Included AREA: Beautiful 3 Br. 2 Ba. I i

track record in any of the above fields. owner/operators' If you need training in this price so why rent a room brick
veneerover 2,000 sq. ft.. Fla. COMMERCIAL .
Interested? Reply to P.O. Drawer A, we will train you. You will operate when you can have an apartment. In Successful service station on US 301 ,
room setting nicely landscapedchain
Starke FL 32091. All resumes will beheld your own tractor If you don't have Monthly rates are $200. Call us at link fenced yd., 'Must' See". I 50000. Call Today !

in confidence. EOE. 7/10 Itchg ,, northAmencan offers 964.4262 964-6566 evenings or ACREAGE .
one a tractor days. CENTER ST. Excellent buy on this 1 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only
NICE WHITE WOMAN about 60.70 yearsof that in and see the apartment
purchase program can put you a drop by 75000. Owner
Br. 1 Ba. even at 25000. terms possible. I
age. To care for elderly gentleman new tractor for $2500 down. If you are manager in apt. no. six at 314 North I
in his own home. Good pay food 21 or over and think you may qualify Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 both central heat & air.

lodging. Call 7823684. 7/10 Itpd we'd like to send you a complete information 6/26 TF farm with lovely large brick home Reduced to 35000.

COIN LAUNDRY 1 DRY CLEANING ATTENDANT package. Call any weekday. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent. with all ommenities, Ige. pecan I 640 ACRES Exc Ueiat I
development In
) Part-time 25 to 30 hours per TOLL FREE 1 800 3482191. Ask for clean quiet. 830 N. Temple Ave., trees has 4 MH rentals 2 stocked property a rapidly

week. 964-6574. 7/ 10 2tchg 7/17 Dept. 97. fcan 86.201 Houck Apts, 9644296. 7/3 3tpd 7/17 fish ponds near I 1.15 & 441. growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 /

TYPISTS $500 weekly at homel! Write: AREA DEALERSHIP AVAILABLE. Roof Life CLEAN TRAILER FOR RENT 2 Br., furn. NORTHWOOD S/D Family living at I per acre! 1' _

P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth. NJ 07207 7/10 (TM) cleans restores and protects nice yard with big shady trees. Must is best good neighbors close to DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. .

TRAIL MOTEL I RESTAURANT in Lawtey asphalt shingles-3yrs. development 10 see to appreciate. 1 child max a/c op- town. Don't miss this 3 Br. 2 Ba. eSAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. I

will be taking applications for full & yrs. experience-thorough training pro tional. $235 per month plus deposit. CH/A. c/b. priced low to mid 50's. I

part-time employment for the next two gram. Investment required. Call Mr. 964-6714. 7/10 Itchg oCIl 225: Close to Prison 2 homes to e38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Storke 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath

weeks. Exp helpful but not necessary. Barnes 1 800 8243241. fcun 86.204 NEAR GRAHAM 2.1 Br. trailers for rent choose from. 3 Br. 1 Ba. In mid to I frame with outbuildings, CH/A I

Apply in person only. Trail Motel. V1 10 util. furn. $60 per week each. 4851371. high 30's or 2 Br. 1 Ba. In the mid to e10 ACRES Pecaii.grove, no improvements.

WASTEWATER/WATER PLANT BOATS 7/10 I Itchg high 20's. Both come with CH/A.
OPERATOR or trainee position FOR RENT 2 Br. 1 Ba. In city. Central GRAHAM: 3 Br. 2 Ba. carpeted ran efORSYTH ROAD p-5 Acres plus, no Improvements, 640 ft, I
17 FT. STUMPNOCKER 3: 85 HP Mercury 964.6484.7/10 Itpd I frontage on road 2.9 with older mobile home well
available with City of Starke, Must be heat/air. No pets. cher with CH/A fireplace formal acres ,

high school graduate & have valid Fla. Motor with power trim; stainless steel 1 BR TRAILER $175 per month elec. A formal over 1800 sq. ft. Ig. work pump, septic tank. ,V'
: Mercury thruster plus L trolling ,
chauffer license. 7/10 2tchg 7/17 prop water. One trailer lot $100 per month, barn many extras. I
motor w/foot control drive-on trailer. !
elec. S water & sewer hook-up. Lost
Boat trailer and trolling motor are 7/10 COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
home. 11 7 References Valley Campground. WALNUT ST.4 2
my p.m. a.m. plex plus Br. 1 Ba.
1985 models motor is 1977 model-all In '
and required. 5332071. Itpd peorge W. Roberts, Jr. Broker I
experience excellent condition. $4250. Call MH 78x210 lot with parking garage. I jjv
furnished first &
7/IOllat! .
EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX 8 Br. 3 Ba. V9646058 Evenings
964.8682, after 6, ask for Fred tfnsw last month rent. No pets. $250 per mo. t

-- Call 964-5251 after 5 p.m. 7/3 tfn plus 3 Br. 1 Ba. frame. Shopping close i sJjIo'lJerry' A. Ctot, CSM Salesman/Appraiser !

RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month MATHEWS REALTY I f1( 964.4181 Evenings

and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- 441 Madison l

Owner at 964-5065 or 964.4048 TF -
Starke FL 32091
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On 'Realtor

'- rnB': = Highway 16 W. Close to prison. I Assoc. Harold Epps UGl-GlilK BG4-IIG9 Office For Rent

.. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg .. .. Space
., lC' --- -------
and mobile
.HEJ FURNISHED efficiencies

y ;L l homes Inside city weekly 8 monthly.JO One-Room Offices with Common Entrance
-- LU Motel & MH Park 9648810. 6/5
TF BROADWAY & WALTERS Share Utility Bill with Other Tennant.

( HOUSE FOR RENT In Starke slave Air Condition, New Carpet Convenient Location

kl refrig. now carpet, two bedrooms convenient I
'* to shopping no pets $250 Rent from $100 Per
11 11C
( month 1st and 'last S security. 4681509. Removal \"

I n 7/3 2tpd 7/10 .
nits VERY CLEAN furnished 2 BR trailer. e Trimming Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices

,. Private lot. Quiet neighborhood. Win- Removal Connected by Hallway
] children. 964 5739 Stump
r dow air-no pets no
r i u or 9644468. 7/10 2tpd 7/17 Firewood Must See To Appreciate $399 Per Month
,1 5 ROOM OFFICE or house on Call St. For Information Call
Free Estimate
/IOAOOM i IIN1N5. :'' New wall to wall carpet central air

I lease required $345 per month 473.7097 473.7679 964-6305, ask for John

r. i 964-6305 ask for John.
1 BR UNFURNISHED HOME In country. After 5 P.M.

JtwJ 1 j Large yard outbuilding window air Keystone Heights

1.7 miles out of town. Adults only. $190

LININL j per mo. 964-8602. Licensed & Insured Hn free SAVE $ $ WithEsttiMate


Carpet (Any $ *f y5 ScotchgardCleaning 9t.

Room Is T:
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& Hall) Available!' '

ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc. offers Exclusive Homes -
Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. r

by I EoM Iti Far II I Siding e Soffit & Fasciae

Tidewater Building & Land Co. Inc. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe ey ], Awning e Screen RoomsCleaning

specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of waN to wall carpet furniture clean- e
THIS HOME Carport e Brick or Stone
ON YOUR LOT Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

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

$37.500 Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

Custom Designs Available ". Room* over Call 964.4997 Call0 Member> HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

Contact Susan M. Faulkner CRI CRB 250 sq. It. Slarke.Bradford
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I News Briefs I IT"

0 ArrestedFor and charged. with possession of can- was charged with disorderly intox- Keystone ManSentenced Circuit Court pica ol guilty was accepted.\ The office '-
Possession nabis. iciilion and drinking alcohol dctlincdthe recommendation of
Cowart was released: after 11 leverage in public. Horn! was set at to PrisonA Final Disposition liltS on two petitions, said Clark.
A vehicle :.stopped, ( for a traffic $262.50 cash bond was posted Leg- $210.50, hi was released on his own The Casts dismissed during the month
viiil.ilion resulted in the driver and gelte's bond was SI.tllt $500, he was recogni/.iiiiee. Keystone Heights man, one of 13 i following defendants received of June were cases charging offenses ,
his: : indicted in December by a federal final I disposition l>cl ore Judge John J
passenger being released. his recognisance
charged with on own the
.... sworn ,
grand in Tallahassee Crews July 7 in Bradford Circuit
h.iuiiK m.irijiunii. July 7.Throwing. jury was County defendants' hud not 'been arrested.
P.ivid Jackson Cowart of Starke sentenced to prison for his part in Court.
Union Man
v.its: :slopped' July 5 on Pine Street for Cans County the operation.
a I traltc I violation, according to Arrested in Bradford James;. Korsham was sentenced Willie C. Baker was found guilty of Bradford' County

rilrolniiii; K. It. Ihnds, Jr. Cowart Gets Man ArrestedA July 3 in U. S, District Court in possession! of a controlled substance. Docket CalendarThe
was unable to product license and A Worthington Springs man was Gainesville to 20 years in prison on lie! was placed on three years probation Day
Slarke man was arrested July 4 arrested July 5 in Starke for ordered to $200 court
a search of the vehicle revealed driving federal drug conspiracy and incometax pay costs. following defendants appeared
a for
at a convenience store causing a
while license
leafy substance: in suslJl'ndl'd. according charges before Judge II.
II plastic bag, said disturbance I George
I Hinds.I to Patrolman U. S. I District Court Judge Maurice John Kafko charged with ag Pierce July 8 in Bradford County
'owart and : Timothy Fred Evans was drinking beer and Daniel Bruce Khoades, 38, was Paul also fined Forsham $50,000)and gravated 1 assault; adjudication was Traffic Court for final disposition.
l.i'Ugctle( ol Slarke passenger throwing cans at people, accordingto released on his own recognizance for ordered that at least one-third of the withheld and Ralko was placed on
were arrested
Patrolman K. K. Hinds, Jr. Evans the DWLS charge but was detainedfor sentence be served belore any possible probation for three years, orderedan Joseph George Marx charged with

Duval County. Khoades was parole. evaluation by mental health and driving while intoxicated WWI), pled
wanted on a writ of attachment Korsham had pled guilty in May to counseling if needed, must pay $200 no contest wilful-wanton\ reckless

child support. He was picked up by conspiring to defraud the Internal court casts.Franklin. driving; ordered to pay $250 court

PINES Duval County authorities July 7, according Revenue Service by laundering drug costs, attend OWl school, complete
to Deputy Sammy Eunice. money through the Great Southern George Wilkes charged 50 community work.

Music Hall in Gainesville.The with burglary of a structure wan Marx charged with refusing to
RENTAL HOMES grand jury indictment alleged placed on live years probation sign citation; case dismissed.
Ocala Man ArrestedOn that the defendants were membersof ordered to pay $200 court costs, Marx charged with careless drivIng -

Starke WarrantA an organization that operated make restitution $150 to Austin Bell, ; fined $41.50.
from 1973 until 1985 in Florida, spend 30 days in Bradford County David Randall Dukes charged
1.1 2 and 3 Bedroom All-Electric 38-year-old Ocala man was arrested Wisconsin and other states. Jail make restitution $1,500 to Nationwide with DWI, pled guilty to wilful-

July 3 on a capias charging Frank Guido Jr., also of Keystone! Insurance. wanton reckless driving; fined

exposure of sexual organs, according Heights, is to be sentenced July 11 $624.50.
Close to hospital schools to Deputy Eugene Lee. lor his part in the operation.In Richard Earl Cribbs found guiltyof Dukes charged with refusal to!sign
prisonsCABLE Richard Louis Bridgeman was addition to the criminal resisting arrest without violenceand citation; case dismissed!

first arrested August 10, 1984 on this sentence imposed, persons guilty of disorderly conduct; was placedon Ewell Frank Craft pled guilty
TV LAUNDROMATFULL charge. He posted a $tOOo surety criminal tax offenses are required to probation for one yar, ordered to DWI; fined $362, license suspendedsix
bond and was released, however pay the tax determined to be due, participate in counseling pay months, must attend DWI school
TIME MAINTENANCE NIGHT LIGHTING Bridgeman failed to appear for a along with all interest and civil: restitution to City of Starke and pay complete 50 hours community work

PLAYGROUND BASKETBALL non jury trial and the capias was penalties that may be assessed. A court costs.Chris under Salvation Army supervision.Craft .

CARPOOLS PRIVATESR issued at that time. civil fraud penalty of 50 percent of charged with running stop
Bridgeman posted a $1,000 surety the tax amount could be assessed! Douglas Robinson was found sign; case dismissed.

121 Lake Butler 496-2366 bond and was released Julyl 3. under the law.Youth guilty grand theft, placed on riveyeaI'll Tommy Hollingsworth! pled no
probation, ordered to
may contest to disorderly conduct; lined
restitution to TG&Y $169, either ob- $105.75

Arrested tain full time imployment or go toVeTech Gerald Anthony Hendrieth charged -

within 30 days. with DWI pled no contest wilful-
--, 3 Retail SpacesFor For Sexual Battery wanton reckless driving; lined $362,
I George Tower King with
charged must attend DWI school.
A 15-year! old Starke boy was! arrested -
1 Hwy 301 South llandi-Houseso Lease July 8 and charged with sex lewd and lascivious assault upon a Janice H. Varnes charged with
child was placed on five
years pro- retail theft dismissed.Lee .
ual battery, according to Captain ; case !
ft. Richard Bennett. bation by Judge George H. Pierce, Jenkins pled guilty DWI; fined
No Down [1,000,1,250& 2,750 sq.
Payment An investigation into a complaintfiled ordered to pay $200 court costs! con $362, license suspended six mon

by the family of a liveyearoldgirl tinue therapy treatment and remain ths, 50 hours community work under
outside the home.
Many Sizes and Styles Hwy 301 S. Bennett.lead to the arrest, said Captain attend Salvation DWI Army school.supervision! must

The 15-year-old was released! to 50 Felony Cases FiledIn Jenkins pled guilty NVDL; case
964-8848 964-8848 HKS. dismissed.
June in BradfordThe Jenkins pled guilty careless! drivIng

"n ; ordered to pay $41.50 costs!
th Evenings Bradford Office of the State Benjamin Olin Armstrong! pled

964-4073 473-3627 Arrests For Traffic Attorney received 59 new individuals guilty driving while license! suspended
cases and/or felony defendants (DWLS); sentenced to ten days in
-----.. KANE CYCLE Violations in BradfordThe for prosecution! during the jail (weekends).

REPAIRUS following arrests were made month of June, according to Investigator Terry Neal Roberts pled guilty

by local authorities for traffic viola Wiley Clark. disorderly intoxication; placed on
., FLORILAND 301 N e 964-5805 tions in Bradford County. Two of the cases were prison six months probation, Salvation Ar-

OPEN Friday & Saturday 9-7 related. my supervision, five months 29 daysin
Shop I
Comparell REALTY John Milton Shiferdeh of Jackson Information was filed on 47 prior jail, to be suspended! if Roberts

Special Insurance for 964.7700 ville was arrested July 7 for driving cases and the office declined to pro seeks alcohol treatment within 30
Mobile Home Pork while license suspended (OWLS), secute eleven cases. There were no days. Costs suspended.
393 N. Temple Ave.Vernle .1 jury trials. The office conducted five
All types of homeowners according to Patrolman Ray Roberts charged! with battery
P. Odom Brok.r-GRI state attorney investigations and
policies for Shuford. Shiferdeh was released case dismissed.
mobile homes ----_. ---- after a $210 surety bond was posted. handled one contempt of court. Ricky Carl Norman charged with
No judicial action was taken on DWI case dismissed.!
Call for Quote ;
COLONIAL' HOME: 2 story, good one case and one extridition was
Raymond Charles Pitts of Norman pled guilty DWLS; lined
Olin's Mobile condition nice n.lg borhood. CH/A Gainesville was arrested July 7 for handled by the office. 10575.

washer I dryer, rtfrlgerator, stove OWLS, according to Patrolman Eighteen misdemeanor cases Norman pled guilty running red
Home Sales Included. Priced to sell. Shuford. Pitts was released after a were filed and 11 prior cases were light; fined $41.50.
COMPACT 3 Br, 1 Bo home very Parts Repairs $210 cash bond was posted. dismissed! by the office in June said Phillip Elmo Leonard charged
motivated sellers, has CH/A. Clark. The office declined to
with DWI dismissed.
Elaine M. Olin Agent ; case
Discount Price for
NEED LOT-W. have several secute and three
one seven cases cases
John H. McClellan of Keystone Leonard pled guilty DWLS-
I 964.5606 with 476' fronting 301 5 oc. Also Tires & BatteriesAlRLINEmYELSpHOOL Heights was arrested July 8 for driv- were dismissed by the court. There sentenced to ten days in jail, attend
"""- """- ">.. 1/2-4 oc. lots were four nonjury trials and eight
"" ing while intoxicated according to DWI school, Salvation Army supervision
Sgt. W. C. Reno. McClellan refusedthe guilty pleas were accepted.Two six months, fined $624.
breath test. Bond was set at $362. petitions were filed in John Cardell pled guilty to bat
he was released on his own juvenile court. The state attorney tery; sentenced to one weekend in

Plumbing Supplies From recognizance. dismissed four juvenile petitions and jail, six months probation, no
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; You pick-up or We Deliver : NAT1.HDflini!:lltHTHOOSf PT,FL trim, carpentry. General and some maintenance elec'i icol finer experience. HOMES

3 lawn work to painting.. Apply In person OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
:k Minimum 3yds. on Delivery : ACT.TRAVEL SCHOOL .8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through Located In Union County Times Government Homes from $1 (U repair)

Cypress 1.800.432.3004 Saturday Pines Mobile H.,,,.. Fork building Call for Information Delinquent tax property. Reposses
| Lumber j JccreeYfW WMitftw HHSG Lake Butler. References required 4962261. tfn. lions Call 1(805)687-6000.( ) Ext. H-1136

: : hard workers only. 6/5 for current repo list 6/5 Btpd. 7/24
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Janet M.Starling engine mechanic. Only experiencedneed
apply. Call 496 2534, S a."...5 ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE HOMES.
p.m. 7/3 2tchg. 7/10 Basketball playground private laundry Carolina Mountains

Re'.abilitall'in Therapist Su|>eivi> 'r Northeast and road. Near prisons. PINES One acre located In the mountains, good
Lie. Real Estate Broker Florida State Hospital, a Stot SR12I south. of SR 100, Lake Butler. Call access, large trees covers this tract.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYl Storke. psychiatric facility loco'ed 25 miles, 496 2366. 6/1? tfn Owner needs to sell $6500. Pay $1,000

Large corner lot 2 bldgs. currently! nnithwest of Jacksonville' has an YARD SALE down assume loan.
rented. 50000. opening for a Rehabilitation, TlreiapistSupeivisor. Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2

[ '2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, 29900. This is a temp-noty. post levels 1 mile from town lovely setting
REDUCED TO $39.900: 1.1 ACRE? linn supervising recrea'inn In a long Saturday July 12 I A.M. to 5 P.M. large deck overlooking maun-
with older home, beautiful term. role psychiatric unit. Supervisory Florida State Prison Housing Areaon toms excellent location. Built-in
JANE S. USHERYour trees pecan experience preferred.This SR.15. House 26 next to training cabinet, very private, all for $55.000.
position requires a badrelor't, building." Itchg. 7/10 Pay $5.000 down assume loan.
'15 ACRES Older home and
U County Rwltor496.212bnion DW degtee with a major in an allied. heal'li Saturday July 12 410 S.W. 4th Ave. Two acres short distance from Murphy
or 496.2903 mobile home, $47.500. field, or one of the behavioral Good bargains Itpd. 7/10 good garden spot ready to build on.
340 W. Main St.. lake Butler 11.9 ACRES: 1 Well 3 septic tanks, rehabilitative sciences and 'three' yearsof Owner said sell. $9800. Pay $1.800
pond pole barn. $33.500 .experience an educational vocational INSURANCEMAINES down assume loan.
FORSALEWORTHINGTON 'S ACRES $12,500; 10 ACRES or rehabilitative therapy. program These are a few of over 2.000 listings.We .

SPRINGS AREA $25,000. Excellent/ Terms. Salary range $643 20 1060.80 INSURANCE AGENCY 25 have all types of property from
Country homes with on.or more acres 050 Ac.lJ50.000. biweekly. Main Street lake Butler 4963978.E. $700 per acre and up. We hove small
((904)) 712.3931 Send a State of Florida application. to tracts." We also have several cabins,
Complete Service. 2tfree
03 BEDROOM 2 BATH CB home barn pool with 2 acres 6 acres-or 14 P.O. Drawer Northeast' Florida State Hospital Pelsonnel 4/10 17 then IfnLAND houses, old farms, etc. Write or call today
acres. Also spring fed fISh pond available. Extra Include stone fireplace. 301 $. Lawtey __ Deportment" Hwy. 121 South for a free listing brochure. You con
Macclenny Fla. 32063. EEO/AA call free by dialing. 18004387421.( )
CH/A corner. dishwasher, stove ref drapes. Owner offers some financ FOR SALE
7/10 call 6/12 Sipd. 7/31
Ready for Immediate occupancy. Employer Itchg. Write or today.
ing. 1398.21 ac.,1 BR. 2 ba stucco' home, Unit Treatment and Re' abilitatl *tu Cherokee. land Co.
03 BEDROOM I 1'1, BATH home and 1 acre In country setting with large oak .
barn mobile hookup Financed. Specialist This Is responsible N.C. 21906
"trees and large barn. Present VA mortgage Is ossumable with proper paraprofessional LOTS. All sizes from 1/2 acre to t 1/2 Murphy
1432--Loke Butler: 2 BR, 2 Ba mobile, shift work in Half lots .
down Available VA or Non VA applicant. acres. acre start at 3195. -- -- -
payment. 2 locked ponds, 7 Owner will rehabilitating patients In a psychiatric
03 BEDROOM IV BATH home, CH/A. stove, ref. dishwasher F-PI (buck ac. 45 Easy owner financing with 10 percent FOUND
hospital. 30 semester
Requires or
stove), carpet home looks brand new. Also extra large work shop that I is hours of trial, included down, located in Baker County on
1430-1 Acre., mobile, septics, lake quarter college CR229. Convenient to 110. RURAL
enclosed and has opprox. 1600 sq. ft., with sliding: garage door. Ideal for access. Make offer. five courses In Health Core, SpecialEd. REALTY. Coll Jim Smith at 2593517. Kitten near Farmers and Dealers Bank.
boat, auto body work, or poult-I"j cabinet shop or home business venture. .
1422-3 BR, 2'/i bath brick home onacreage. or Social, Behavioral or 6/26 4lpd. 7/17 Coll 496-2106 weekdays, afters 8.30
Ready for Immediate occupancy. Owner anxious. Rehabilitative, Science. No experience P.M. Iff. 7/10
LAKE BUTLER necessary. Beginning salary l I. FOR RENT .
-Hom., corner lot, could b. -
.ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT One of a kind 2story home, built approx. $4./0/hr. Excellent Benefits.. Apply QtNiitheost
1896. Has I acre and lots of trees and shrubs. Excellent location 2 blocks commercial near city hall. Great Florida State Hospital

from Main Str..t. Owner will help In some financing. potential. Highway 121 South Macclenny Flo. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
ACREAGE 1396--Mobil. Home Park Site 20 ac., 32063. EEO/AA Employer. I Itchg.IO RENT Union CountyTimes. 150 Beautiful 4 bedrvom, 2 bath home, with

'3 ACRES-pov.d rood, pine trees, ..v.rallorg.oaks and old tobacco born. I inside city limits. Site and plans Human Services Worker II This is responsible Main Street, lake Butler Phone 2 cor garage and pool. In Gainesville
Owner moved out of area has ossumoble mortgage. already approved. See this now) shift. work In the care end: 496.2261 for information. tfn Many extras Want property In Starke,
'4 ACRES-wooded has septic, well and power pole. Ready for service.Owner 1418-3 BR. 1BA mob+le. 1/2 ac. rehabilitation of. patients In a OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE lake Butler. or Mocclenny ar_. Call
workshop like new. Unbelievable salaryIs 'located In Union County Times Buildingat
transferred financing available with astumable mortgage.'S / psychiatric hospital. Beginning 3711128.12 4tpd. 7/3
price and furnished. $4.28/hr. Excellent Benefits.. Requires ISO West Main. Call 496-2261 for .w_. .- .-
ACRES-fronts paved road and also graded rood. Has small creek Ihru
Investors: Ask about our opoit- one year of direct care .. mpre Information tfn MOBILE HOMES
woods and Assumable with down
mortgage proper pay
property posture. mint properties, bar S lounge, perience. Or 30 semester or 45
ment. 5 minutes from town. timberland acreage, and commercial quarters hrs of college edurotion. Ap FOR SALEBird
CALL FOR ply at Northeast Florida Stale Hospital, homes, fair to
PROPERTIES IN UNION COUNTY prpperfles.STROUT Highway 121 South, Macclenny Fla. good condition. :2-two bedroom and
REALTY9i4 dog puppies 8 weeks old. Call
four bedroom 1 1/2 bath. $2.400
32063. EEO/AA Employer. Itchg.
JANE S. USHER Realtor rNxarllax.+.0 Hard Working Operators Wanted Border 496329.collies tfchrg purebred 7/3 pups. Excellent each,.while they lost I .Coll. 4t1AlIna_

',oJ c.r .8931 Several positions available as sewing working stock good pets. 496-3040 PERSONAL SERVICES
496-2903 Eves.
496-2126 machine W. offer greet
or operators.
: 473-3094 M-F 8 am.-5:30: p.m. Itpd 7/3
benefits and production-type pay. Experience
"Your Union County REALTOR" ./t, +, 8-''9 N. 1LMPLE6tARKE helpful but not required. Ap Registered Pit Bulldog Puppies 6 weeks Yard Mowing Call Jerry Bryan at
FL. 32O9I ply In person to lake Butler Apparel. old. Red with red nose. Call 431-119)) or 4963644. Itchg. 7/10
431.1862.7/3 2lpd. 7/10
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The driver, of this Ford Kscort""I' I'iH'lllIIinor injuries hen her v chicle following too closely He was not injured the accident. Damage to his C.J.'s SAWMILLTreated
1slI'lIt'k from the rear June 27. truck way $;;(00.(
Juice\\I bi' of Starke war northbound oil l'S-ill.: ) stopping for the traffic. Wise was taken to Bradford Hospital by Rescue 60( where she was
siKnal i at fall Sln'l.thl'lI Mack: semi I tractor-trailer struck her vehicle, treated for neck and back pain and then released according to
according to Patrolman U'illiam Kussell. Paramedics Hill O'Neal and Nelson (Green Damage to the 1(181( "'ordas Lattice Panels
Ibis 1'1'of the hock Jesse James liranneii, of Lake Hlltlt'I'"i' cited for $2.000. Treated Yellow Pine
4'x8' Treated
8' 101 12' 14' 16'1'xV
M2.50 each
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1'xB' 1.20 1.40 1.75
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...c<- ...J Tampa ;Mayor Bob Martinez at 2'x6' 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 Section
loft nulx-rnatoral candidate is $24.00 each
fli\cn the full tour of Florida Slate
Prison by Superintendent IticliardDiiKK'T Bright Yellow Pine
ut right. 12 Sheeting
Included in the tour of the prison 8' 10' 12' 14' 16' '
was! Florida's( Death How and 2'x4' 1.30 1.60 1.90 2.30 2.70
; pit UK. $7.20
)1Hk' ;.Martini'said: he was! "impressed' per sheet
with the profcssionlism of the KSI
staffers and called for a continuance C.J. Elixson's Sawmill
of (;ov. Graham's' ; / death penalty!
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ll> B'TStallToP.seeded the defending champion to 7-5 in corner and a pretty, lunging picking up their trophies in doubles
Huss Porter stormed the opening set before falling to a backhand volley at the net to tie the taking a 6-0, 6-1 win over Keystone
back from a 1.3 deficit in the first barrage of winners from the set at 5-all, then stormed the net for Heights' D.J. Lourcey and Joey
set to capture his third straightmen's champ In the final set. the next two games, closing off Alford in the opening round and a
I singles title in the Our Coun Agranowitz, winner of over 200 Agranowitz's passing shots to take 6-0, 6.1 win over the Brown
try Day Tennis Tournament on a trophies in the sport in his career, the first set 75. brothers in semi's. The Browns advanced
hot July 4th with a 7-5, 6-2 victory came out in the final match usingall "My goals were modest I just with an exciting 6.4, 4-6, 6-2
over number two seed Ed the tricks In his nrsrnnl scoring wanted to take four or five games win over Keystone Heights' John
Agranowitz in the finals. effectivly on passing shots and his in two sets," Agranowitz said. "I Sturges and Keith Jennings in the
Porter, a highly regarded playerout deadly sliced backhand to break was pleased to be able to play him quarters.The .
of Gainesville who has won two Porter's serve in the second game so closely in the first set. He's play- Perez brothers defeated Ed
United States Tennis Association for his early 3.1 advantage.It ing so well right now-his serve has and Steve DeKeyser 6.4, 6-3 in the
tournaments in the state this year, improved tremendously that it's second round, then took out the second -
had to scramble in the both the could have been an upset in the very tough just to stay close to seeded team of Hendrix and
semi-finals against third seed John making but Porter had other ideas. him" Friedlln 6-4,6-4 in the semi-finals to
Hendrix and in the final against At 4.5 he pounded two service winners The champion poured it on the enter the finals against AgranowiU:
AgranowiU, both opponents taking a crosscourt shot deep in the final set, breaking Agranowitz's and Porter.

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For their opponents in the tourney Kuss Porter (at right) and Ed Pat Perez of lake Huller leaps for an overhead in the doubles final .
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service in the second and fourth
games. before the six-time champion _
could hold.
'r rJ Porter had to overcome another
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semi's when third seed John Hendrix SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
a Keystone Heights resident,
took him to 7-5 in the opening set of
Porter's 7-5, 6-3 win.
Hendrix dropped the first two
games in both sets, but came on SALE !
strong in the first with an assort
ment of strong passing shots and a
deceptive, sliced serve to tie the
match at 5-all, much to the excite-
ment of the onlookers at the public Jamison Vita-Pedic
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well to get out of that first set."
Prior to the semi-finals, the top Premium BeddingNever
seed had been marching along on
his usual pace, a 6-0, 6.0_victoryover
Lake Butler's Fila Perez aftera
bye in the opening round, and a'
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Ir ( 'T -, ';, Jason Brown, a top player for the premium Vita-Pedic bedding
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Second seed Agranowitz defeated famous 15 year pro-rated
Finalists... departing senior Keystone Heights
SalvadoreCat( left) and Pat Perez upset the second st'edsto advance to High School varsity player Joey Jamison guarantee. We offer r
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then defeated Gerald Hammond, build the best bedding.
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Ernest Hemingway win over Joe Saenz, a promising of mattresses and box
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Agranowitz then moved into the at these features: '
finals with a 6.1, 6-1 victory over g
(t'ie Corbett's Tires & Service fourth seed Pat Perez of Lake
Butler a former district numberone .
U.S. 301 Temple Avenue Starke
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Salvadore Perez, a deceptivly
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