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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Hot and Sport. . . . . .'011.* IDA
the weekend is the four-day extended 00
outlook for dry through ..ullllcNotlc.*. . . .01l.7A oO/OQI
today (Thursday, June 6) through Sunday. Want Ad. . . .Pag.* 1M2A ,iO py 't i. P ORIDA
Mostly fair skies through the period are predicted, with a slight \'J i I \\\3'" rJ
chance of afternoon showers,around 20 percent, Saturday and Sun- G \ Of
day. High will continue in the around SECTION Bi 12 Pag.* e You KSt't 32.-> 11
temperatures 90s to 100,
upper
lows in the 70s. Kid Bait . . .Pag. IB \V6 -L
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High June in the past week edged upward from 98 June Ho 96 June 2, R./euronfR.porl. . . .Pag.Pag.4B SB c:;'J 1\..\.. 6IIII6..;
99 and afternoon.
3,103 Tuesday 104 Wednesday D.ath*. . . . . .Pag. 6B G.... tV 5
Burning restrictions in for the entire
are place area. Court N.w.. . . . .'011. SB ,
A few hit and miss unmeasurable of rain fell
sprinkles, Tuesday
night. SFCC Schlanhlp. . . .Pag** 9B
Standing Brae... 0. . .Pog.108 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
rainfall is inches. So far .
30-year average January-May 16.79 just
SE Play Day . . . Pag. liB
10 inches of rainfall has in
over been recorded
1985. N.w Brl.f.. . . Pag. 7.12B 106th Year STARKE.FLOHIOA 25 Cents Copy
46th Issue Thursday, June 6, 1985
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Class of 1965... .
Under Discussion .
?: A planning meeting for the *
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.:.:. 20-year reunion of the Bradford a r .
High Class of 1965 is set Wednes- : I

, day, June 12, at 7 p.m. in the


'":' Western QB Club Steer to Steakhouse.Meet... By BC Commission '

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... All members and intersted per. I
sons are urged to attend the next ii, Mrb A new 31-page waste control ordinance more tightly pack the retuse, to
'
meeting of the Starke Gator e ; y' rtt was discussed for over two meets DER standards and to make

' Quarterback Club, Inc. at the hours Monday afternoon, June 3, but the landfill area last longer. Lack of

f, Starke Golf and Country Club next I Ikt not adopted by Bradford Commis- compaction of buried garbage has
t k 't sioners who preferred to study the been one of the main complaints of
Thursday, June 13, at 7 p.m. t ai
Information will be given for all proposed county law. DER.

I out of town game trips at this important i'w I The proposed ordinance, if passedby
w Without Law Now...
meeting.Upcoming.. t .'P the County Commission, will
1 charge commercial garbage collec- Since Jan. 14 when Judge George

; kav j v;. tors $15 per load of waste if over Pierce ruled the previous garbage
... '/,-ton, they take to the county's control ordinance unconstitutional,
.j sanitary landfill on SR-100 near the county has operated without any
The Board of Governors of the
Under discussionwas
Keystone Heights. law at all.Currently.
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- the proposal to charge the cables are wrapped
merce is set to meet today (Thursday within the the of
municipalities county around the poles at the entrance
4 June 6)) at 12:30: p.m. in the same as a commercial garbage col the landfill, and anybody can dump
Chamber offfice on the corner of lector. of the landfill
Use of
county any amount of any type garbageat
Madison and Walnut Streets in would be free to individual county no charge sanitarian O'Neal

Starke. residents under the law.
proposed
says.
The bloodmobile from the j
Builders, contractors and haulers of
Civitan Regional Blood Center in other waste would be charged $5 per Buying More Land...
Gainesville will be at the Chamber
load of less thanton.. seek-
The commission is currently
office, at Walnut and Madison thrust of the
,
Major proposed or- the
ing more property to enlarge
Streets, Tuesday, June 11, from 11 dinance is to take care of waste from landfill
a.m. to 5 p.m. .. .. ..
--- Bradford residents and prohibit
Even with the new compactor, not
The Brooker Commissionwill
City I waste material from outside the
arrived the current landfill site
meet Tuesday, June 11, at 7 yet ,
county. within the next
used
will be up
. p.m. in Brooker city hall. The ordinance, drafted by county There
I several years. are currentlytwo
The Hampton City Commissionwill attorney Reggie Flynn and county options to enlarge the site:
meet Tuesday, June 11, at 7:30:
sanitarian Darrell O'Neal, defines .Possible purchase of a 12acl"esite
garbage and litter. It would also adjacent to the present landfill

': p.m.Report Awaited. regulate collection, transportation, from the widow of Clifford Browning -
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and of waste within the
disposal Realtor Janet Starling offeredthe
. Chamber officials still await the ( county. property to the county for
.r report of the Evaluation Committee Penalty for violation of the law $32,500. The board plans to have its
from the state Department of Com would a fine of $500 or six months in own appraisal done and to negotiatefor

merce on the county's applicationto :' the county Jail, or both. the property.A .
be named a Blue Chip Communi- Commissioners also authorized land' swap, yet to the workedout
paying engineer Glen Williamson up with the Suwannee River Water
ty.Such a designation would place to $7,000 to study the landfill, and tel Management District. The county

Bradford County on the list of 4 I'D the county how to bring it into compliance wants to swap 154 acres of land in

..: possible industrial sites of the state I; ( with the rules of the Depart the Santa Fe swamp, donated to the
Department of Commerce. Effortto ment of Environmental Regulation.The county by Ronnie Newman, for
become a Blue Chip Community county's permit to operate the whatever land it can swap for that
, d is headed up by the Starke. .. .t;, .w I landfill has expired. The county has can be used as a landfill. Land In the t
r,, Bradford Chamber of Commerce. also received a notice of violation swamp cannot be used as a l landfill

' a from DER. and is of no use to the county.
\\ Williamson, who worked with the SRWMD now owns the swamp and

i; Free Firewood... county in securing the previous land- some adjacent land.
fill operation permit from DER,cur
Stock up for the winter with free rently is also working with Baker

' oak firewood. and Union counties on permit Starke's Position...
; 40 acres of cut wood is being renewals, said Sanitarian O'Neal.
f away for pickup three miles southof Starke commissioners discussed
Commissioners it costs the
figure
Starke on US-301. Phone GilbertCrosley,4681551 Tuesday night, June 4, how much the
to
county $100,000 per operatethe
year city should the county for bury
for directions. pay
landfill. also estimate the
, .., They ing its garbage. The county has asked
t., City of Starke, the largest single Commis-
'. On Beautification... r the city for 25000. City
of the landfill contributes
user one-
said
sioner Vernon Silcox he prefersto
"Bradford CountyGrowing More .1,. fourth of the garbage put into the by the load. Commissioner
'iI) ,. landfill. Based that the pay
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old on county Jimmy Crosby suggested paying
1902 Courthouse is the inscriptionon :\4,'" _.1 has asked the city to contribute one-fourth of the cost of the $107,000the

car tags and bumper stickers. & :\4' $25,000 per year toward the opera- county is paying for a garbageSee
The tags and bumper stickers are tion of the landfill.Commissioners .

on sale at the Chamber of Com- t recently ordered a Garbage..p.2A)
'
merce office or from members of new 107,000: garbage compactor to

the Highway Beautification Com "t'0

mittee: Reggie Flynn, Beveraly !

McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy
Torode. t :
Funds raised will be used in the /' 'I' Relief. ?

beautification of median strips on ; .

US-301. Lt-1 ,
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Square Dance... ,i v: None Seen, Heat StayingHow
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The date of the monthly square

dance at the Kingsley Lake Civic HOT was it ?
Center has been changed to the it 1 'I

,. first Saturday of each month. I It was so hot that the Starke power plant churned out a record 10.3
The date was changed to the first f ,0 megawatts Tuesday, surpassing the previous record of 9.2 megawatts in

Saturday of the month because I 1 i one day.A .
local dancers found out there is a

square dance in Jacksonville on the power outage at Bradford Middle School and the Vo-Tech Center

second Saturday, according to Wednesday afternoon ended school a few hours early for the students
organizer Millard Brown. whose parents were available to take them home from the dark and hot

Ken Perez of Jacksonville is building. It was not clear whether the outage was caused by an overload
caller for the square dances, which caused by the heat or another distribution problem in the city's power

begin at 8 p.m., at the main stream system.It .
". level. was so hot that two air conditioning motors atop the Bradford County
;. For more information contact Courthouse burned up Wednesday leaving the second floor warm and the

.. Millard Brown, phone 96-1-7955. first floor only fairly liveable by quitting time. Clerk Gib Brown said two
spare motors are available to replace the two that burned up as soon as a
'i _. City of Starke truck can be brought over to lift the heavy motors to the
roof. The smell of smoke from the burned up motors forced evacuation of
: BHS the courthouse Wednesday until the problem was determined.
Bids to
, Class of 1985 Goodbye
, 100 over the weekend and
,,0, .. It was so HOT that temperatures crept near
parents.." said Miss Gianoulis, above the 100 degree mart Tuesday and Wednesday. Areas highs of 105 at

Ii i "Do it on your own terms," said working directly again with young God is Credited... herself a new parent. WPXE radio in Starke, 106 in Ocala, 103 in Gainesville,and 102 in Lake Ci-

: TV-4 co-anchor Deborah Gianoulis people. As Superintendent Casey One eye was all it took for Valedic- She wanted to marry her high ty were reported."It .
advising the Bradford High Class of said he had to say no to most requests torian Stephanie Redding, and she school sweetheart, be a third grade "
1985 as they step out into the real because of money. It was expressed gratitude to God for being teacher, raise a family, and returnto was so HOT in my car I could have baked a cake, one Starke

. world. rewarding to find such a positive experience able to see and "...be like the rest of teaching after that, Miss homemaker said.It .
.W Determine your needs, set goals to working with young people, Gianoulis told the seniors.
4" achieve those needs, and strive to said Casey who is. retiring this year. you.When she was born doctors told But after a year at the U. of was so HOT around Bradford County High School Tuesday that and a ...
' meet the goals, Miss Gianoulis told Maryland, her high school boyfriend custodian who was dripping wet came in to meet the new principal
well 1 wanted you to her parents their new daughter Rother of Gainesville,
seniors of termed class of "I'm pleased. broke with her. There she to take a break. The new principal is AI
the 1985, a I think should know might lose here eyesight, Miss Red up was, was urged
j individuals by school officials. know that,"that.Casey said.you"I complimentthis ding said. Her family prayed for her both shambles.But personal. and professional life in who takes over for the retiring Tom Casey in July.It .

Ceremony was Good... class," he added. to Seeing see. out of only one eye and it made her think. She had not was so HOT at Camp Blanding that a fire alert was issued.

T Good weather, the speeches by wearing glasses, Miss Redding stoodat considered her needs. Blanding on
Camp
rainfall has placed
, Miss Gianoulis, Salutatorian Kay Parents Thanked... the head of the Class of 1985, cited "If we can just establish what we Torrid temperatures and lack of banned
Watson and valedictorian Stephanie Watson couldn'thold the opportunities available to need in life, it will motivate us," said fire alert with the use of all types of flares and other pyrotechnics
Salutatorian Kay many at least the next five days, according -
Redding were to the point and from back the tears as, in a voice the seniors of 1985, and told her Miss Gianoulis. A shame, is to until further notice. No rain is predicted John for Greene.

the heart, the ceremonies went off choked with tears, she expressed appreciation classmates to be thankful for liber recognize those needs and not act on to Blanding forest manager started Sunday with a high reading, of 100,

without a hitch, and the 1985 to her parents and thoseof ty, for self-determination, and to them. The blistering heat wave when the rose to 104. Tuesday'shigh
I graduates are an outstanding groupof all seniors in her welcoming: strive to be productive citizens. America has changed, from a followed by a super-hot Monday mellowed mercury in late afternon by a breeze
farm oriented where lots of "cooled down" to a mere 101,
young people, said an impressed speech.For Miss Redding also thanked her society
Superintendent Jim Duncan after always being there, active]) parents for raising her in a Christian children were needed to work to an from the east, the first since last Saturday.has received only 13.1 inches of
which area
" the ceremonies. home and the BHS faculty who industrial society in the Since January 1, the Blanding
loving... thenis ,
helping, supporting, economic needs rain-about half of its normal amount. Most of this came in April, which
changed. Currently,
no way to repay you Miss Watsoi listened and helped. other months were: January, one inch;
Totals for
there is technical 6.6 inches.
a new brought
Casey Lauds Grads... said her from informationage. J
to parents, speaking
Know Your Needs... We are into a era for February, 2.6; March, 1.8, and May, 1.1.
going t
of all
who the
Principal Tom Casey, came the podium to parents which don know The of Forestry has burning placed burning restrictionsall
how Department
we t to
.1 across the street to BHS this year seniors.To Knowing yourself was the themeof Miss Gianoulis out. plan the north Florida area. Burning permits will be limited to piles of
after serving three terms as her fellow grads Miss Watson the address by Miss Gianoulis, Be pointed over with equipment on site f'> put out any fire which escapes.
flexible. When needs debris heavy
superintendent, told the crowd said, "Wow, we finally made it I" who got to Starke by 7:45: p.m. after identified your are of or trash is prohibu.
it is to Burning acreage
which filled the high school football True friendship never fades the delivering the 6 p.m. news Friday them important to measure will be friends all their lives according your own stan-
with seniors
stadium he has been pleased night. the weekend.
what he found at BHS, and enjoyed Miss Watson said. "Kay .does not need to thank her dards. To yourself be true, she said. showers through









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Pagt2A TELEGRAPH June 6.1983



I Parking VB. Pretty.tn .- '

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Do'\; n M1 t, an ,W cussed: by Interested CitizensParking ,


versus pretty was the ;"That's t.htrad ...the 7XN'decision'' fi'workfng( hand-in-hand with Guy'Anj&drews : expected on the local SFCC campus ,J..
main topic of the merchants affectedby that has to be made;,?Robinson said, ,,, and the Santa Fe Endowment this summer, Sharon said, and the
plans of the Downtown Progress pointing out the majorS1ssueiaesthics 'J Corporation.. parking lot should be sufficient for
Committee to revitalize a four-block versus parking.The "We want to be a continuous Call the next four or five years.A .
section of central] and historical need for more parking was the Street," said Miller, meaning the record number of Bradford
Starke. central theme expressed by the merchants design being used to turn the old students have signed up to attend ,, ,1
Three different plans to beautifyand Philip Johns, for instance, courthouse and adjacent parking lot classes here, he revealed to the local 1I
revitalize the 128-year-old cen- pointed out that more parking is into a college campus should be car. merchants. I
tral downtown by adding parking needed downtown, not three blocks ried out eastward down Call Streetto Robinson said more parking can
planting trees and shubbery, and away.In the railroad.It be worked in, but at the expense of
widening sidewalks were discussedat the end, Robinson said what he matters very much to SFCC adding greenery to the now esthically -
length in a meeting last Thursday was hearing was the local mer- what is done with the rest of barren downtown.
night, May 30, In the Starke chants and citizens want more park- downtown Starke said Harvey "When all is said and done, these
Woman's Club Features of the three ing put in the final plan, but balanced Sharon, dean of development for are your plans," said engineer '
plans will be condensed into one plan with greenery and trees, as SFCC. Robinson, asking for suggestionsand f6 0
byengineer Jim Robinson and land- balance between the two concepts. Sharon said he thinks of the SFCC comments on the plans. The
scape architect Nancy Jenkins of project as phase one, the downtown group spent 2Vi hours discussing the
Bartholomew & Associates of Great Opportunity... redevelopment as phase two. plans and listening to Robinson explain -
Jacksonville. Dr. Robert K. Myers, exceutive SFCC will invest close to $250,000 them.It .
Downtown merchants affected by vice-president of Santa Fe Com per year and handle up to 1,250 is estimated at this point that
the $500,000 plan proposed to bring munity College, called the SFCC students on the downtown Starke the redevelopment plus buying additional -
downtown Starke back to life on a development of the old courthouse a campus, Sharon pointed out. parking lots will cost around ti I
historical note will be voted on in yet "great opportunity" for SFCC and There will be 76 parking spaces in $500,000. The DPC is talking about ', -
another meeting in about a month. Bradford residents. the parking lot between The using city and inmate labor to cut :
Merchants and downtown property Dr. Myers, speaking in the Telegraph and the old courthouse, those cnat.Robinson<< .s.
owners must decide if they are will- absence of SFCC President Dr. Alan which the SFCC Endowment Cor- reminded
ing to foot the bill for a bond issue, Robertson, touted and lauded the effort poration has just purchased from the the 50 people
the for which would the Green present plans have been reduced
payments come Family.
of the Downtown Progress Com-
from 6 versions
from an additional tax levied on the mittee. SFCC is "...proud to be part lie showed plans for the complete condensed into, to 3,and now will be
front footage of their buildings. redevelopment of the of the one plan. There are
of the downtown effort, he said. now vacant less features .
"You're going to have only 14 additional lot, and pointed out the additional expensive in each plan Redecorating Down Starke...
that be used in
can any of the plans
,
parking spaces and buyingall parking has already been offered
that additional parking," pointedout Iland-in-Iland... to the First Baptist Church. he said. Veteran city commission Vernon Silcox get down for a close look at one
of the three plans to revitalize and rebuild the image of downtown Starkeat
that Call Street merchant DPC Chairman thanked the Robinson also showed the group
Evelyn Chastain in a questionandanswer Downtown Progress Committee Parking Problem... period street lamps, a few of which a meeting of merchants and citizens last Thursday night, May 30.
session with engineer Robinson. members, the Chamber of Commerce 75-90 parking spaces will be required remain in use in Starke, and can be
and the City of Starke, for for 400 to 500 college students< copied for the street lighting.



. Right-of-Way for Lawtey Apartments_ Approved by.... City Commission I
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The local Merritt Williams Agencyof mark contended that if the county Mrs. Frampton asked commissioners Asked Clerk Brown to inquire of Had its monthly discussion with fing, especially for women.
State Farm Insurance retainedthe bid the insurance every year there to refrain from pushing For the Department of Transportationthe Sheriff Dolph Reddish about the still "You can assume wse're going" to
county's fire insurance coveragein would be more competition and syth Road further down the priority status of thr county's request to critical jail inspections by the continue to have problems, said
rebidding Monday,June 3,and gota lower prices. The county had a list. "Keep us on the priority list and have CR-16, from US-301 west to Deparment of Corrections. The Sheriff Reddish and of DOC's the county's30yearold ever-
$1,279 premium increase in the gentleman's agreement with go on through with it,"Mrs. Frampton Raiford, turned back to the state. county is being sued by DOC about tighening rules
process. Williams for a three year period, asked. She came to the meeting Traffic to and from te; state prisons ,conditions at the jail and lack of staf lail.
The $2,954 bid from Williams was with a year to go. after reading that the Lawtey dump cause much of the wear and tear on I. ..
$1,000 under George Roberts In- The fire insurance premium with road would be paved before Forsyth that stretch of Road 16, commis-
surance Co.'s $3,952 second place State Farm this past year was Road, she said. sioners contend Cherry Tree Boutique
bid. Hodges Insurance Agency bid $1,675. It might have gone up some if
$4,113, and Charley E. Johns In- the county had not rebid, but Clerk Chan man Maxie Carter explainedthat Approved the Zoning Board's & Consignment Shop
surance Agency $7,404 on the $100 Brown feels it would not.have gone the Eunice Road north of recommendation to reclassify from W
deductible Invitations up $1,279. Lawtey will be paved next, after Ell- OR, agriculture, to CI, commercial 440 E. Madison St. Starke Plaza
Eight bid were sent out Insurance agent George Roberts, ington Road which is currently being a 200 by 200 foot lot on US-301 ownedby
two months ago, including one to the county's informal and unpaid in- prepared for paving, because John Torode, part of the Mansell
Ron Denmark Insurance Co., who surance consultant, has maintainedthe Eunice Road causes the county the Ayres property, so a sign can be
told commissioners in February in- county and City of Starke would most maintenance problems of any erected. STOREWIDE SALEJune
surance companies didn't have time. come out better by asking for three road in the county and still remains
to prepare bids. Denmark, to whom year insurance contracts.In impassable when wet. Carter also 6th through June 12th
the county was responding, did not explained the Lawtey dump road is a Approved a request for the
bid on the fire policy. other June 3 action, the com- short stretch between two paved Florida Public Service Commissionto "NEW SUMMER HOURS"
Because of Denmark's stand mission: roads, which will be worked in wujve a rule so the town of
about lacking time to prepare bids another project, and that the commission Brooker and Graham an have a Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
and his request for annual bids, the Told Mrs. Cecil Frampton that feels responsible for tollf ree emergency phone number to ,
county bid the fire insurance this Forsyth Road will be paved, but the creating the increased traffic there the Bradford County jail. 10:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m.
year, Clerk Gib Brown says. Den- commission does not know when. with its garbage dumping site.
CLOSED SUNDAY, MONDAY & TUESDAY


I I STARKE 964.8169
Garbage from page tAl
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compactor over the next five years. monitored the garbage the city has whole lot. I want to do what is 422 N. St. Clalr 964.5445fair u-3..
City commissioners point out that been taking to the county landfill ," said Commissioners Silcox. Walter F. Monti. Pastor
city residents are also county and !it averages about 300 loads per We invite you to worship with us
residents and thus already pay as month. Silcox did not break the 300 ATTENDED NURSERY

much in taxes which go toward gar- loads down aborting td weight, Sunday School . . . 10 i.m.
bage collection as any other county however. He suggested paying the Mayor Biggs appointed Commissioner .Moming WonNp . . . 11 am.
resident,and to charge the city more county$4 or$5 per load,which Silcox Silcox to contact the
county Evinlng Saints . . .|. . 6 p.m.' 1 1r
than rural residents would be unfair. estimated would the
pay county commission about the of the
Commissioner Silcox said city around $18,000 per year. city commissioners thinking :WodiMidiy Youth . . 7:30: p.nv.
utility director Merrill Dees has "I've scratched my head over this .__ _'I 1

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BHS Summer School BeginsAny Attention -Senior CitizensWouldn't 1


BHS students interested in summer i school and not already sign
1
ed up with the guidance counselors, they should do so prior to Monday, It Be Great to Hear Well Again!
June 17, the beginning of summer school. '
Summer school is for the students who did not earn a credit either t You Can! $2199 95
through failure or hours needed. Elective credits may be earned
through physical education and Driver's Ed.
c
Bradford High School plans to offer English, Math, Phys. Ed., ((42" mower deck free)
Driver's Ed.,Science,Social Studies,Agriculture Co-Op,and make-up Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio ....,' value $399.95Offer
hours for credit. Summer school for lunch.
Students who need to make up hours for credit in summer school Hearing Service of Gainesville will be in Starke the expires( 6/15/85
need to be aware of the following schedule: ,, .,r I Key start model'only

Make Up Hours .. .. ._. ... ... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .Days 2nd Thursday of Every Month giving MfflaMITCHELL'C FREE Hearing
Tests. $209995

English..,' . . ... . . .. . ... . . : . .Monday
Math . . . .. . . ... .. . . . . .. . Tuesday 0' Briggs & Stratton I/C engine
Science .... . . .. . . .... . ... . . . Wednesday Model 52104 synchro-balanced
Social Studies . .. ... ... .... . .. . . . .Thursday DRUG STORE 5 speed transaxle drive
Miscellaneous . ... . ... .. .. . . . . . Friday 42" side discharge mower deck
127 E. !:
Call St. Starke 964-7810
2 yr warranty on frame and engine
Students should plan to be present on the days listed for at least five t. Electric startl!

hours of makeup. _. THURSDAY JUNE 13.9:30: to 12:30: Gilson Gives America Credit

Approx. $78 a month to qualified buyers
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r Those who ore experiencing' some difficulty understanding BUY NOW AND RECEIVE 90 DAYS NO PAYMENTNO

f fy1t SN'k words should take advantage of this FREE offer. INTEREST HURRY, offer expires 6/15/85 I

Don't put off today, what could make a better tomorrow
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.,., 438 S. Walnut, Starke
'" THE HEARING Starke
1223 NW 16th Ave. 964-8568

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*ld workmen deteriorated began tearing down the Streets and between The Telegraphand Lucille Green,who said her husband -- t
Green Family the old courthouse, will be made owned it before their think I made them an
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courthouse: so the lot be old 1902 into a.76-spaceparking lot, with 10 1935. Her late husband, R.A. (Lex) were good deal, Mrs.
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a into percent retained: for greenery, for Green Sr.,a U.S.congressman for 20 ha'd
parking lot for the
Starke Center classes slatea to begin in September. and former and Bernard J. McFadden,
of Santa Fe years county judge, offers ;
Closing of Community the College. A 60-foot plotted bat unused street, the father of current Circuit Judge and "F"' of the SFCC Starke campus, if't
sale program."I
$140,000 of
Green the called, Adams and/or Clark Street, R.A.BuzzyGreenJrofStarkeattorney Starke. of the renovation of
The property was held May 31, on he east side of the property was Bill Green of Tallahassee, Mrs. courthouse and parking lot I
was bought from
properly the
family of the-late Lex Green and quit-claimed by the Starke City and Mrs. Lu Green Sanders of to sell, for August. -
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to, the Santa Fe Endowment Cor- included in the pro- Starke. she" are proposed for the
poration. Starke tusinessman perty. After serveral I months of negotiation. college capable of handing 25
Guy Inmate workmen under direction said he will be
Andrews, who has Mrs. Green, a supporter of the pleased
spearheaded the of
P ject for an FCC center in City Commission Charles SFl,;( project Iwre, sod the land for
Schaefer.
began tearing the old
$140,000. Value of
Starke the land on the
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including the former
Bradford County tax roll is
"main $38,027
convrstone" for the S'l'cc Green Buick
project. The foot Agency down Monday with an annual tax bill of $702. A recent -
proper-- morning.
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Jefferson, The property was owned by $42,000, said Andrews.

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Old Green Family Buildings Begin to Come Down... celebrated eighth year by '
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Sale of the parking lot adjacent to the old
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final, Commissioner Charles Schaefer and a crew if The PI'OIt'I'tyiII become a parking lot for the family Starke moving into our new building.
prison inmates, supplemented by city employees, Center of the Santa Fe Community College for which
began Monday morning June 3, tearing down the old the old 1902 courthouse is under renovation.




I Seniors Honored at Awards Banquet.. II We are now in a position to serve


you better with u I large modern -
By John Sltu'gelS Award winners in the Science Senior Superlatives for the Classof
BCT Student Journalist dpartment were Dawn ScottBauschand 1985 at BHS are as listed warehouse more inventory _
Bradford High School honored its Lomb award Joelle Innocent

outstanding seniors recently at the and Donald Thornton. Best Personality: Philip Crews "M and ample parking CEILING LIGHTS
annual awards banquet held in the Award winners in the Social and Wendy McDougald.Most .
BHS auditorium. Science department were Wendy Athletic: Donald Thorntonand
A large crowd of parents and Sullivan-Humanities, Barbara Lisha Long
friends filled the auditorium, givinga Tetstone-World History, Joelle Cutest: Craig Falstreaux and .
festive and supportive note to the Innocent-Psychology and Sociology, Amy Leithe;ser, '
awards presentationValedictorian ceremony. Brenda Bawek-Amencan History, Come visit our new location -

I TheyliQ' degrkdua: ;: Stephanie?tai.q:Redding 6 ,''"u/and,*Awards! Cathy forA tendenceAides.were, Heather Wittiest O'Steen.: Jimmy u.- -Muse-and. at 620 N. Thompson St. .

and Salutatorian Kay Watson, topped received by Mark Smith, Donna Best Dressed: Andy Nguyen and We are located 2 blocks

I off a long list of award winners Dorminey, and Teresa Melton, Dawn Scott. from U.S. 301
on 16
in several categories. The Art department award was Most Bashful: Calvin Thomas and FAUCETS Hwy .

High honor graduates at BHS, or received by Connie Moody. Connie Moody. East by the RR tracks.
Most Sam Norman
those who achieved a 354.0 GPA, The Band department award was and Rhonda Dependable. :
were Stephanie Redding, Kay Wat- received by Brenda Bawek. Sapp.Friendliest Jason Polk and Bren-
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da Bawek / 964-5060
Honor graduates that attained a department under F.B.L.A. were WATl/1 MlATM
Most School Davis
303.4 GPA were Kay Allen, Brenda Karen Elixson, Andy Nguyen, and and Pam Boswell.Spirit: Tony STORE HOURS:
Bawek, Sarah Benefield, Philip Raymond White.
Most to Succeed
,I Crews, Sam Daoud, Christine Award winners in JROTC were Likely : Raymond PIPE' Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:00:

, Dickinson, John David Francis, Lamar Crews, Abby Foster, Alan White and Lenore Welty.
i Nancy Grider, Martha Underwood, Rodgers, and Enoch Starling. Best All Around: John David Saturday 7:30.12 Noon
I Joelle Innocent, Karen Kimitus, Award winners in the Physical Francis and Kay Allen.
, Connie Moody, Tonja Parks, Tanja Education department were Lisha Most Intellectual: Alan Rodgersand
Rigby, Alan Rodgers, Lex Sanders, Long and Jason Polk. Stephanie Redding.
Sue Smith, Donald Thornton, and Award winners in the Spanish Class Clowns: Curtis Greene and
Cathy Zambito. department were Tracy Baez, Eddie Melissa Grey.
Tennant, Sylvia Porterfield, Kay Most Individual: Mark Barber
Numerous BUS: students received Watson, and Connie Moody. and Lisa Spivey.
scholarships to attend Sante Fe Award winners in the Computer Most Flirtatious: Robert Bellamy -
Community College after graduation. Education department were Cathy and Janet Griffis. p ''z::: (lJj
Zambito. Lisa Green, and Donna Most Talented:: Robert Taylor KITCHEN FAUCET ;

Students receiving $600 awards Dorminey. and Rosaland Lennon -
from the Beck scholarship fund were Award winners in the Drama
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Tracy Baez, Alan Rodgers, Gerald Jill De Sue.Award oIACIC.ONII' l L e
' Christine Dickinson winners in the -l'-
Brown, Kay Exceptional
\t Allen, Jason Polk,Donna Dorminey, Education department were Jimmy /
i!1 Angela Futch, Robyn Brown, and Brookins, Michael Griff, John Hut- //ili// .
' Curtis Greene. chins, Willie Wright, and Terry t-
! Students receiving $600 awards Albert. r
[ from the Andrews scholarship fund Award winners in the Latin '

[ were Cindy Winkler, Jimmy Muse, department were Heather O'Steen,
i Stephanie Redding, Sam Norman, Diana Phillips, and Sylvia Porter-
, Doug Samons, Sue Smith, Philip field. e ee

j Crews, Martha Underwood, Donna Award winners participating in I ,
i Moody, Connie Moody, Heather the Tutorial program at Starke tI
l O'Steen, and Valerie Jenkins. Elementary School were Dawn
Students in the top ten percent of Scott-two years, Christine t A 1

their class who received, full tuition Dickinson-two years, Joelle 1

J scholarships to SFCC from the Innocent-one year, and Terese .
Board of Trustees were Stephanie Richardson-one year. 1 '

Redding, Kay Watson, Brenda Winners of the 'I Dare You'
Bawek, Connie Moody, Donna awards were Brenda Bawek and "

Thornton, Cathy Zambito, Tonia Joelle Innocent. J ,' J a
Parks, Christine Dickinson, Kay Winner of the PRIDE Award in .
Allen, Philip Crews, Alan Rodgers, Social Studies was Cathy Zambitot"raduat. q e-. ,
Nancy Grider, Sarah Benefield, i s
Karen Kumitus, Sue Smith, Martha Dawn Scott received.a -
*Underwood, and Lex Sanders. $2000 scholarship to the College of

Graduates receiving $600 scholar- Pharmacy at UF and a $1000 plus ._ _. -
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ships from the Starke Rotary Club Presidential scholarship also to the .I
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were Donald Thornton and Kay Watson University of Florida. 1 I / 1 I
Basketball player and graduate I
Graduates receiving $1000' Darren Chandler received a full 2 PC. Snack Box 3 Pc. Dinner 9 PC. Family Meal 15 PC. Bucket

scholarships from the Starke Rotary athletic scholarship to the Florida
Club Anonymous Donor fund were College in Temple Terrace, Florida. $1.29 $2.79 $8.49 $7.99
Wendy Sullivan and Jamie American Legion School / I
Whitehead. Medalists were Dawn Scott and Get 2 pieces of the Colonel Original Gel 3 pieces ol the Colonel Original Get 9 pieces ol the Colonel Original Get IS pieces Of the Colonel's Original
students who were members of Donald Thornton. i Recipe'* or Extra Crispy'" Chicken Recipe'" or Extra Crispy'" Chicken Recipe1" or Extra Crispy'" Chicken. ; Recipe'" or Extra Crispy'" Chicken for

the National Honor Society are and 1 Buttermilk Biscuit for only r mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw I large mashed potatoes, large gravy / only $7 99 with this coupon Coupon
Brenda Bawek, Joelle Innocent, I 1Ri:DRAbf i $1 29 with this coupon Coupon good i and 1 biscuit, for only $2 79 with this large salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits' good only lor combination white/dark
Karen Kumitis, Stephanie Redding, RD t only for combination white/dark I coupon Coupon good only lor combination lor only S8 49 with this coupon I orders and may not be used with any
Dawn Scott Donald Thornton, Kay COUNTY TELEGRAPH i orders and may not be used with any j' white/dark orders and may I Coupon good only for combination other special oilers Limit one per ri
Watson, and Cathy Zambito.Departmental Published very Thursdayat i other special offers, Limit 2 per not be used with any other special white/dark orders and may not be i ';coupon Customer pays all applicable
awards were 133 W. Call Street coupon, Customer pays all / oilers Limit one per coupon I used with any other special I sales tax 1
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Award winners in the English Second Class postage pcid at I Expires 6/23/85 I I t

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EditorialsChanging Sheriffs Association 75th Anniversary




The Image of"Our Town"Never Magazine Has Story on Bradford Gallows .



the below Is a recently torn down to make Herschel Mitchell on July 18
in its 128-year-old history haveso out improvement program for Call Reproduced page room was ,
factors to Street to coordinate with improvements from the 75th Anniversary Issue for expansion of the Old Cour- 1913; the second was Will Mooreon
change many the physical come together of being made at the Old Courthouse and of the Florida Sheriffs Star, official thouse for use as a Starke Center November 27, 1914' and the

Starke's downtown district.As appearance. the adjoining property; now being publication of the Florida for Santa Fe Community College. third and final was Pearl White,
cleared for beautification and off-street Sheriff's Association, com- Although the "patent gallows"was January 1, 1916.
the scorched rubble left by a parking. This was the original concept memorating 75 years of progressin never used, Bradford County
ravaging downtown fire began to be proposed by the college endowment law enforcement, "from flivvers did execute three men by hangingon The state abandoned hanging as
demolished and removed this week, it board, and is believed to be the first of to helicopters." a wooden gallows erected on a method of execution in 1916, and
was easy to imagine the dramatic its kind in the U.S., where a college anda The article features Bradford the old courthouse lawn. installed the electric chair at the
change of image that will result when community have combined forces to County's old Jail which was The first execution by hanging prison near Raiford in 1924.
this area is cleared and landscaped, serving restore and revitilize an entire -
the double purpose of providing off- downtown district. -
street parking for the new Starke .
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Another factor combining to make ., :
Center of Santa Fe Community College, fi.y.',, '
as well as attractive green space for use 1985 a turning point in the history of the Historical Highlight: .' '"11;,,"' v,'p"
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community are the certification of .
of students and other visitors to the ; '"
downtown district. Starke and Bradford County as a ,: :' ,;. :: ,:
Florida Certified Blue Chip Community in old 'fiL -:; .... .' .
The entire area, including such at- the Trapdoor jail is -..'
possessing necessary assets to ,. ,7:; "
tractive and significant buildings as the meet standards set by the state for ,..or.I .
First Baptist Church, the Florida National potential sites for new industries. The a relic of the era ,p .
Bank the Woman's Club, First formal announcement of this h ...
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United Methodist Church, the Starke achievement- result of months of ;'. "
when Sheriffs
post office and the century-old work by the Chamber of Commerce and were ::
Magnolia Hotel building, once the its ,
various committees, will be made by f
residence of Count Von Kim, an early Lt. Govenor Wayne Mixson during a hangmen ,. '
Starke Mayor, will all be enhanced by visit to Starke on June 18.
the atmosphere of openness made POSSIble '
by removal of the unsightly Another significant plus factor is the 1' .

buildings that obstructed an otherwise nomination of the Call Street District to STARKK Near the end of 1984, when preparationswere
impressive '. the National Register of Historic being made to tear down the 74-year-old Brad 4

Complementing this tremendous improvement Places. According to those who have ford County Jail, a long-forgotten gallows was discovered -
worked for several months on the
the second floor.
if present plans gathering of data required for the on
materialize, will be the extended preparation of the nomination, it is This was a grim relic of bygone days when Sheriffswere
beautification of the historic district believed that the Call Street district hasa required to be executioners. It consisted of a trap-
between U.S. 301 at the Old Courthouseand good chance of achieving this signifi- door in the floor, which had been covered up some time

the railroad crossing on East Call cant distinction, which will enhance its in the jail's long history, and a heavy eye bolt in the ,

Street, the spot where Starke's first appeal to shoppers, both local and ceiling from which a hangman's noose could be

commercial development took place. transient-especially those who seek a suspended.Old .
Three plans for this project are now being relaxed atmosphere and something "a newspaper articles reveal that this contraption,
studied in order to combine the best bit different" from the usual commercial with its intricate rod and lever system controlling the

features of each into one composite plan development.Now trapdoor, was known as a "Patent Gallows." Since

for owners.final approval by downtown property is the time for an all-out united similar rigs have been found in a number of old jails, xr,1 ''

effort to make all these plus factors including those in nearby Baker and Hamilton Counties -
At a recent meeting of property come together in a dramatic change of it seems possible that some handyman in the
owners, an official of Santa Fe Com- pace for downtown Starke that will northeast Florida area responsible for the tricky
munity College Endownment Corporation react to the benefit of the entire com- mechanism. Bradford County Sheriff Oolph Reddish inspects the 'Patent
stressed the importance of carrying munity. When the Bradford County Jail was under construction Gallows

'" in 1M10. the Bradford County Telegraph, a newspaper
published in Starke. reported that work was

"going along merrily" and the new gallows had

Middle School Players turned out to be a handy device that could be used "asa .

hoist for materials, as well as a drop for bad men." ..

Send Apparently the indoor gallows was never actually
a Message 3. used for an execution, since old photographs show ,

that Bradford County's two known public hangingswere \ I"

held on gallows constructed outdoors. However, ..
there has }been some talk of preserving the "Patent "-

flallows" as a reminder of the era when trials werespeedy

Scott Duncan; .' ?- 1 Sh"1 a Stewart .. ... and punishment was swift and certain
'" Prior to 1924, the year Florida began using the electric k
.-.'. chair at the State Prison, condemned men were : 1 1L. ,

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m their crimes, and Sheriffs were required to carry out

Holly ShieldsJennifer the execution.
Julie Ferguson Kight Hangings were customarily held: on the courthouse .- L.The L.

square, and they drew large crowds of men, women w. ....r._-
children of them dressed in their"Sunday
and most old jail where the "Patent Gallows" was located
Talent is where you find it... this time local church groups, civic organizations best."

talent was found in the Bradford Middle and concerned individuals. TheChild Perhaps it was the immense popularity of hangingsas great outcry of public protest if a hanging had het-n
School where "The 130 Players," com- Abuse Prevention Program is active public events that prevented the "Patent Gallows" held inside the jail where it could be witnessed by onlya
posed of students in the school's gifted in 16 North Florida counties with from being used. Obviously there would have been a few people.
program, took their show on the road, the objective of educating parents and THKSIIKKIKFS.vrAK,: .
bringing the message of child abuse to children concerning the seriousness of
all elementary schools in the county this problem, and to let the public know
during this final week of the school that help is readily available by callingthe
term. Child Abuse Hot Line, 1-800-342-9152.

The unusual numerical name of the It is estimated that the message of the County Agent's Notebook by Bobby I.. Taj lor '

group was derived from the fact that an play will hit close to home for about one

IQ of 130 or above is required to be accepted out of every 50 students who see it.
in the gifted All of the actors gave Spring weather stimulates new growthin Lawn Wateringfor moisture and money, it's usually hest to I
young
program.In plants, including grass. And, as your apply water in the early morning, w hen it
spite of the serious nature of its creditable performances under the lawn's growth rate increases, so does its each thousand square feet of grass. is more likely to soak in the soil, rather
direction of Peggy Stanwix-Hay, an in- do But, remember that the best amount for than into the
message, the play was so absorbing andso need for water. Unfortunately, we not lawn rising air as vapor.
structor in the gifted program. The cast receive much rain at this time of year.And your will depend on your specific soil .
well acted that it held the attention of type. Actually, lawn is a mat-
the mother even when heavy r .s do come, such proper watering
the middle school youngsters included Julie Ferguson as ; precipitation alone won't fully satisfy Once you've determined the proper frequency ter of good common sense You don't want
throughout the 45 minutes in spite of Scott Duncon, the step-father; Jennifer grass needs. So you must provide sup- and correct amount, you must your grass to die <>l f thirst, and you don't
Tuesday's 100 Kight, the daughter; Holly Shields, the plemental moisture.Our decide when to water. While it's true that want to drown it. So, at each application !
degree heat inside theschool's
Rag Doll; and Sheila Stewart, thedaughter's sandy soils don't hold water very watering during the hottest part of the day supply only enough. moisture \\etlhe en-
gym-and no air conditioning! best friend. well which is a problem compounded by will beneficially cool the grass, '..'s practice tire root one without wasteful runolf And j
wastes water which is rapidly lost d,> not water again until your lawn shows
The
subject of child abuse has been rapid moisture evaporation during warm
much in the news lately, but children of The group hopes to take the play into weather. Thus, regular irrigation is essen through evaporation To conserve both symptoms of need. I
other area schools next fall, where its tial to the maintenence of an attractive
such elementary a serious school age message are not apt from to get message should be well received, and lawn, especially during spring and sum Letters to the Editor I
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fulfill a more open
newspapers or television. The play, Three basic factors; watering frequency -
therefore, was an effective way to the problems of a subject that has too volume, and time of application must
pre-
sent this sensitive subject to this age long remained "in the closet". be carefully evaluated in developing an effective Duncan Expresses Thanks To All which you presented yourselves at your
landscape watering program. I'll last official event as a student at our
group. cover each of these critical considerations.There Parents,Citizens; ,Students,and Teachers: school.
The plot revolves around a home are several clues to a lawn's need I shall always remember you in my
for water. If bluish-gray spots appear in Please accept this letter of appreciationto prayers and I expect to remain in yours
situation in which is beatenby
a
young girl the grass, and begin to turn brown waterIs you for an excellent graduation pro Love,
her step-father: who has a drinking needed. If footprints remain in the grass gram. It says a lot for any community Mrs. Scott
problem and loses his job, as well as the for a long time after the lawn is walked on, where over 2,500 individuals are gatheredand
respect of his family. water is needed. And, if a soil sample, the delicate balance of enthusiasm, Middle School PTA
taken from the root zone of the grass, feels excitement,and proper conduct are in har
The girl's mother becomes involved dry and crumbly water is needed. mony. ThanksIe'chants;
after her daughter skips school becauseof The time between required waterings Although the event was strategically The Bradford Middle School Eighth
planned, there were no pretentions in the Grade Parents
Association
would like to
embarrassment over bruises left on to extent, in
will depend, some on changes
that each
speeches. One could easily tell thank the
following merchants for their
her face by her step-father's mistreat- environmental factors, such as high
speech was given in a sincere and heartfelt generosity in donating gifts for our raffle.
and winds. This In-
The bad effects of temperatures strong
ment. this abuse sur- manner. Because of their support we were able to
water loss to surroundingair
faces when the girl is discovered releas 1"If tensifies through plant evaporation. Also, you'll haveto ford This High has School been an in unusual many year ways for, but Brad-the raise Disneyworld the money to send June our eighth gradersto
on 1, 1985.
ing her frustrations by in turn beating a r adjust watering frequency to soil'sspecific overriding spirit of cooperation led to a Again our thanks to: Bradford Furniture.
rag doll that her even capacity to hold moisture. To successful conclusion, exhibited at .the Stump's Department Store Florida Bankat
amen the time between wateringswill
her in an attempt to make for some depend degree on the season of the year. In graduation exercises. Stake, Louise Lichtenberger, Community -
his violence. summer, grass may need watering as State Bank of Starke Herbalife
Jim Duncan, Superintendent Distributors
Normans Market Davis,
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Throughout the play the girl's often winter as, it every may three need or additional four days,moisture while in Bradford County Schools Monk, Farnsworth, T.G.&Y., Albert's
mother by Julie triesto Small Engines, Bowen's Pest Control,
played Ferguson only every two weeks.Too much water can
reason with her husband and defend be as bad as too little. So, do not irrigate Denmark Furniture, Mothers and
To The BUS Class of 85
mother won't stand : Daughters, 301 Auto Parts in CJ'sHair
a up Waldo
her daughter from his actions. until signs of need appear.Then, water immediately -
Fashions
and seek help for her chil- because delay could cause per- and Clarks Hallmark Shop..
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Royalty fees for the play were paid by dren who will?" manent damage to your grass. Thanks for the fond memories you are UMSPTASome I
Friends of the Children composed of Watering frequency and volume are in- leaving with me. I have enjoyed the
terrelated. You want to wet the entire root countless times we have spent planning, 1
zone without saturating the soil. Light,frequent working,organizing, agonizing over all the
W4rFI Nowr waterings are inefficient. Too much many powder-puff football games, i
water is both harmful and wasteful and homecoming parades, .Tornado Whirls,
fI constant saturation retards root growth. If candy-grams talent shows those weekend
more water is applied than the soil can absorb dances, proms, and our grand finale,
--::.- the surplus is lost as runoff.A Graduation.It .
general rule for our lawns Is to supply., has been'rewarding as I watched some
Venetian blinds, often thought to be a "mod rn* look.are Mid to have been Installed. from one-half to one inch of water per ap of you grow from kindergarteners to could stop people a rainstorm once believed they i
In 1781 In St. Peter's Church in Philadelphia. plication. This is about.300 to,600 gallons! graduates. I am very proud of the way in burning sticks Into the by sir throwing I I

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Mr. and Mrs. Broward Akridge Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. .


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and Mrs. Broward Akridge and greenery and 10 tables for the The cake table was centered witha Howell of Jacksonville and Mis
celebrated their golden wedding an- guests to dine that were centered three tier cake with gold leaves Kick Alvarez of Keystone Heights:,
niversary Saturday, June 1, at a with arrangements of yellow and and gold roses topped with gold wed- Nuts and mints were served at this
from 4 to 7 p.m. at,the white daisies and) ferns. ding bells made by Mrs. Edward table.
Stare Golf and Country Club given'by Guests were greeted at the door by Akridge and who was assisted in serving Presiding at other coffee and
their children: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Darby and presentedto the cake by Mrs. Edgar punch tables at the other end of the
Edgar Akridge of Keystone Heights, the receiving line composed of Akridge.The room were Mrs. Allen Akridge and
r i't Mr. and Mrs. Edward Akridge, Mr and Mrs. Akridge, Mrs. Lizzie food table was centered by a Mrs. Emmett Akridge.At .
( James Akridge, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Malphus of Douglas, Ga., sister of five branch candelabra decorated a photo table were the Akridge
Akridge, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Mrs. Akridge and Mrs. Katie Bass of with yellow and white daisies and family at early years.
IL4 Lt Akridge, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylor, Ga., mother of Mr. Akridge.All gold button mums. Assisting in servo
Crawford, Mr and Mrs. Allen the tables were covered with ing sandwiches, cakes and party Among the approximately 100 at.
Akridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy egg shell lace cloths with a gold foods were Mrs. E.L. Akridge, Mrs. tending those from out-of-town were
t 4 Packham, all of Starke, Mr. and underltner. Buddy Packham, Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Akridge of
7 Mrs.James Crews,Jacksonville and The guest book table was attended Crawford of Starke and Mrs. Randy Lakeland Mrs. Diane Akridge and
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hutchins of by Mrs. James Crews and held book Hutchins of Live Oak. Mrs. Laura Pierce of Cairo, Ga., Mr.
,Live Oak. mark ribbon tokens with the namesof Presiding at the punch table which .and Mrs. Terry Malphus of Douglas.
At vantage points throughout the Mr. and Mrs. Akridge on them was centered with a crystal punch Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Splass of Kettle
reception room were potted palms with the anniversary date, along bowl on a glass stand encircled with Ky and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Gill
Illi t1Irb with the guest book. daisies and fern were Mrs. Floyd of Jacksonville..



Mr. and Mrs. C.C.Matthews Celebrate Golden Anniversary. .


\ On Saturday, May 25, Mr. and was also served to the guests. ww' -
"' Mrs. Cecil C. Mattheus of Hampton Besides Mr. and Mrs. Mattheus
t. celebrated their Golden Wedding three children and two grandsons,
Anniversary. The Open House their five grandchildren and three
Reception was given at their homeon great grandchildren all attended the
SR 18 by their children, Cecil, celebration.
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The buffet table was covered witha Among out of town guests atten-
lace cloth and centered with a ding were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
," golden horn of plenty filled with Lanier of West Palm Beach, Mr. and
: fresh vegetables grown by Mr. Mat- Mrs. Scott Wilson and Kenny of
: theus and his grandson, Bobby Greenacres, Miss Cindy Lanier and
\. j Langford of Hampton.Arrangements Mr. Kurt Matisak of Montgomery
)', S d of white gladiolus, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Langfordand ,
\ carnations, yellow roses and baby's Randy of Fernandma Beach,
breath decorated focal points of the Mr. Glenn Mattheus of Folkston, is
;' living room and den areas. Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Roberts
The cake table covered with a lace and Mrs. Lillie Walker of High Springs -
Mr.and Mrs. Broward AkridgeItems
cloth was centered with the two Mrs. Ed Brushwood, and Mr.
tiered wedding cake topped with a and Mrs. Johnny Brushwood and
Golden 50th decoration. On either family of Tampa, Mrs. MarjorieNuld ;
side were gold candle holders with of Inglis and Mrs. Mildred ,
of Interest. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... lighted while tapers. A golden punch Charlton of Tampa.Jennifer I I ..
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Ann Ward Family Jennifer Nix Matthews' 50th AnniversaQ..nOn
Thigpen,
the front row from left to right: Mrs and Mr.Cecil Matthews, and mi
Lewis CooperTo Reunion June 10 Terry Vaughan the back row from left to tight:: {'eeill' Lanier Glenn Matthews and Betty

Wed June 8 The Ward family will hi rid a fami- Engagement Told Jo Langford.

ly reunion at New Hope Baptist Rev. and Mrs. B. R. Nix of Starke
The wedding of Ann Thigpen and
Church in Brooker
Sun June
on day,
the and
announce
engagement
approaching -
Lewis Cooper will take place on
Saturday, June 8, at 4 p.m. at Vic- 10.All friends and relative's are in- marriage of their ..
Jennifer, to Terry
daughter,
tory Baptist Chapel in Hampton witha
reception following in the church vited to attend. Vaughan of Starke, son of Mr. and Social Side
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Quinton Vaughan of Club News

All friends and relatives are in- Tallahassee.The NoticesChurch I
Starling Reunion
vited to attend. bride-elect is attending the of theNews Items j
Sunday, June 16 University of North Florida. Mr.
Vaughan is a graduate of Florida r
The descendants and friends of State University and is employed by
Gospel Abraham and Francis Start I ing, ear- WPXE radio station, Starke. Thursday, :May 2: ,1W5! : WeddingsReceptions
Sing ly pioneer settlers of Baker County C Section
The wedding is planned for.Satur-
Grace Meth. Church (Manning community) will gather day, Aug. 10, at 4 p.m. in the First Parties
Grace United Methodist Church Father's Day, June 16 to sh.lire din- Baptist Church, Starke with a recep- Gladys Mooty
on
ner at the Baker County Agr (Iculture 964-7608
tion in the church recrea-
SR225, across from the post office in following
Lawtey, invites everyone to attend tion hall. I
.the Gospel Sing on Saturday, June 8 All friends and relatives are in- Nix Terry Vaughan

at 7:30: p.m.Gospel Center.ABOUNDING vited to attend. !



Sing, New SOCIAL NEWS DEADLINEAll

Cong. Methodist Church social news must be turned in
Meaghan Lyn Parment er by Monday, 5 p.m and all social
There will be a gosPel sing at New ,t. news coming in after that time will GIFTSGive
Congregational Methodist Church be held until next week. This includes
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Parmen ter of
featuring the Hampto Family June
,
weddings, receptions parties
Crystal Lake announce the bird h of a
8, 7:30: p.m. Refreshments well be notices,church news, club news
served. daughter; Meaghan Lyn, born May and/or items to be
24 in Alachua General Hospital She any requested
joins a brother, Marcus, 13 years shown on social pages.
Your cooperation will be greatly

Fowler Reunion old.Paternal grandparents are Mr. appreciated, Social Editor.

June 9 and Mrs. H. F. Parmenter and the
Sunday, Them A
late Louise Parmenter of Stair ke.
The Prescott Fowler family reu- Maternal grandparents are Mr. jimd Did You Know...........
nion will be held Sunday, June 9 at Mrs. Jerome Johns of Crystal Li ike T'
Rock Church between Graham and and great grandparents are Sen. { md Mrs. G.S. Brown spent the past 10
Brooker. Mrs. Charley Johns of Starke a and days in Jasper, Ala. visiting friends
and relatives and her
Each one is asked to bring a Mrs. Marcus Howard, Sr. of Lake attending
class reunion on May 25.
covered dish. Butler.

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; Music at First Baptist Church, two years he has been responsiblefor
Starke, resigns effective June 30th. teaching the Biblical material to
:: Rev Floyd has accepted a call to all adult and youth Sunday School r
serve as pastor of the Boston Baptist Teachers at First Baptist Church. In 4 '7
); Church in Boston, 1981, Rev. Floyd was elected as one
Rev. Floyd has served on the staffof of the "Outstanding Young Men of
First Baptist Church, since Marchof America."
r RL 1979. Mrs. Floyd (Gail) has taught Before leaving Starke, Rev. Floyd
math at Bradford Middle School will direct the Youth Choir (Im
ror since April, 1979. The Floyds will agination) in a five-day choir tour
move to Boston in I the second week of singing several concerts on the road
t r ., July and finally spending a day at Six
Since coming to Starke, Rev. Flags Over Georgia. The choir will
Floyd has been in charge of all the leave on Monday, June 24th and
music ministry at First Baptist return on Friday, June 28th. Imagination -
Church. He also was instrumental in will sing their concert pro- Wm.
Rev.
the establishment of WTLG, the gram during the evening service at Floyd
i p; Christian FM. radio station which First Baptist Church at 7:30 P.M. on
was owned and operated by First, Sunday,June 30th.
I Baptist. Rev. Floyd served as Sta The public is cordially invited to
.. tion Manager and Music Director attend the service of worship and
:: ;' during the first three years the sta- praise.
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The piano pupils of Louise Marie Barbara Smith and Cindy Parado. played the EROICA SONATA by
Stern were presented in a Spring Composer statuettes were awarded McDowell and ETUDE by Cyril
Recital last Thursday evening at the to Barbara Smith, Selena Nor- Scott.
Retires... Fellowship Hall of First United man, Beau Ely and Eric Brown.
Methodist Church. Pupils par These students earned their awards
J.B. Godwin, superintendent of the Reception and Godwin on June 1 turns the command over to James ticipating were: Lisa Gillenwaters, by finishing their Theory Examina Mothers of the pupils served
Medical Center near Lake Butler, and bin wife Peggy Wainwright now Superintendent at I.awtey Correc Justin Jones, Benji Bennett, Lori tions. delicious refreshments of punch,
are shown at a ceremony honoring his service to tional Institution.Mr. Mosely, Tosha Grace, Misty Fill, Guest Pianist of the evening was brownies, sandwiches and cookies.
former Union County Sheriff John Whitehead. Eric Brown, Sean Jones, Sharon Michael Clark of Palatka, where he Centerpiece for the serving table
Godwin has been working for the prison system for 35 Godwin was also honored at an appreciation day Hamilton, Selena Norman, Viva is presently head of the Piano and was a blooming Bromeliad plant.
years and was honored at the employee appreciation dinner Thursday, May 29 at the Reception Medical Riley, Beau Ely, Patricia Parado, Choral Departments. Mr. Clark
picnic for hill "leadership and guidance" over the Center training building with approximately 80 guests
years by the RMC Employees Club. attending Including and D'.I6H. !I
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Honored at Dinner always received gifts from her fami Dorothy and Charles Davis, and
ly on different occasions, this was Shirley Barr of Orange Park; Alice
her first birthday party ever. The and Willie Searcy of Starke; Willie AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE SALE
Methodist graduates, Len Eaves, setting was decorated in yellow Mae Parks of Orlando; Mildred I
Jason Polk, John David Francis, trimmed in white. She received Fells, Joe Anne Snell, Cleveland Sale prices good thru Sat.. June 8.
Becky Parrish, Catrell Overstreet, many gifts and was presented an Snell of Pierce Station; Wiley F. and we reserve the right to limit quantities.
Leslie Johns and Donna Moody were enormous sheet cake, baked by Pan. Terri Snell of Arizona; and Robert z See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you.
honored at a dinner party Monday try Pride of Starke; centered with Snell of Penney Farms. Also atten- O_-
night at Western Steer Steak House all 12 children's names thereon.All ding were: 17 of her 36 grands; 7 of .. "'"': t"J
given by the United Methodist 12 children were together for her 15 great-grands and other $ 1 ...r. I lur;:
Women, with Mrs. R.S.Mullins, the first time since '56. llhey\ were: relatives and neighboring friends. 131011, .... -_ = : _. __.,,. .
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the middle with the graduatesnames PRESUN SUNSCREEN CASCADE or SUNLIGHT
on them. At each place of the LOTION SELECTED PEPSI MULTI-POSITION AUTOMATIC DISH
graduates was a personalized mug SOFT DRINKS LOUNGER DETERGENT
with his/her name on it; a miniature
diploma filled with mints and a new :
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St. Edward's DID YOU KNOW...
News Hampton Hilites .a.6..N. . . \.' .' .,. ... ... .. .
Palmer DeWitt Brown of Mrs Notice "
son Legal $'" J ,
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Altar Society Officers Ann Brown and grandson of Mr. and : ,1 h ',.I''r,, .1o'i'/'; /ilI.!' ,;:,,:-" ,
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Mrs. Frank Palmer of Kingsley Dolores Phone Hospitalized: t.''' ,.
By Meng *
Installed Lake, was among the graduates at. NOTICE OF APPLICATION 01.' S.E. 43rd Stand 2 1/3 Moyy A.D.' 1985 In Bradford -
St. Johns County Day School on June 468-1915 Mrs.Lillian Hall is a patient at FOR REZONING miles South of Hwy 100 < CoHinryv
4; North Florida Regional Hospital in AND AMENDMENT OF Parcels 6003-00300 and 5/234tpd6/13
On Sunday afternoon, June 2, Successful Jamboree Gainesville Room 422. We hope she THE LAND USE PLAN 600300100. In S.ctlon 25 .-.....

members and friends of St. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson have improves very soon. An ORDINANCE amending Township 8 South, Range ....-.-
Edward's Altar Society attended an returned from 10 days vacation The Hampton Jamboree held at the ComprehensiveLand 22 East for multi-family NOTICEOf

installation dinner at the local Fried visiting relatives and attending the new City Park Sat. night, June 1, Use Plan Element residences. INTENTIONTO
Chicken dining room class reunions in Tulsa, Oklahoma was well attended and the amount of and Map by Bradford This change In classification REGISTER

Following the dinner the Pastor, City, and Skiatook, Okla. and Pitt- $392 was realised. Visitors County, Florida In accordance is subject to a public FICTITIOUS NAME
be held
Father Joseph Finlay spoke the Kas. Mrs. Olie Shepard wishes to thank with the localGovernment hearing to on
on sburg, They brought back their Tuesday June 25. 1989 Section
Michael Williamson Comprehensive Pursuant to
importance of Altar Dave Warnack for his radio advertising spent a recent
Society granddaughter
Kimberly weekend visiting his brother Kevin Planning Act at 7:00P.M.: In the Council 869.09, Florida
,
members and other and the Bradford Telegraphfor
women in the Kuechenmeister, age 8 from Room of the Starke is
who is working as a Dental Lab of 1975 as provided for In CIty Statute, notice
Church. He then installed the follow- Oklahoma City for a month's visit. newspaper coverage on this pro- Hall Thompson
Chapter 163 of the on
ing as officers of the Society: Presi- ject. The four bands who performedwere Technician in with the U.S. Air Force Florida Statutes Street In Starke Florida.At hereby given that the
dent Eloise Jones Vice President Paula Green and the Strawberry Jammers, the Biloxi, Miss. undersigned JAMES E.
; James Hayes have TO. All Citizens, Taxpayers this time all persons
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williamson OR MARIE M. ODEN,
Betty Dazinski; Secretary Sallye been selected as members in the Santa Fe Blue Grass Band, Jack and other Interested Interested shall be heard Rout 1, Bon 574, Lake
spent the weekend with their
Scoggins and Treasurer Williams Band and the Home past for
the
Sophie Honor Society of Distinguished persons. or against proposal .
Butler Florida
joint
son, Kevin, and his wife in Biloxi.
Kimutis. American High School students Towners Band. Gratitude goes also You and each of You as specified In the owners doing business
Father Finlay thanked Muriel from the First Christian Church. to Mabel McCullough, Charlene Dar- Among those who visited Mr. and are hereby and herewith Zoning Codes of Brad under the firm nome of
Gilhooly, the outgoing president, rah, Neva Williamson for all their Mrs. Cecil Maltheus during the past given notice In accordance ford County. L.M NEW RIVER RANCH

and other officers for their help dur- Robin Diane Stern, daughter of help. weekend were Glenn Mattheus of with Florida Gaines, Director Brad Bradford County, Lake
ing the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Stern and student The next Jamboree is scheduledfor Folkston, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Statutes that the Board ford County Zoning 6/6 Butler, Florida 32054,
.
at Santa Fe Community Collegehas July 5th and proceeds again go Langford of Fernandma Beach and of County Commissioners Itchg Intends to register sold
Mr and Mrs. Marcus Lanier of West of Bradford
toward improvement of the new City fictitious nome under
been selected as one of the coun-
DID Palm
YOU KNOW. Beach. Florida, have
.. try's most outstanding Park area. County NOTICE the aforesaid statute
Mr. and leaders the Who's campus designated tie. Bradford JACK M. COURTNAY Has Doted this 14th day of
Who
Mrs. by
S.G. Demark have Among Hampton Elementary and Plan
County Zoning made the
application to May A.D., 1985, In
moved Students in American Junior
from Col-
N. Walnut
Street to ning Board to Conduct a Bradford
SchoolOn County Zoning Bradford County
Kingsley Lake while Mr. and leges editorial staff.
Mrs. public hearing at a Board to vacate approximately Florida.
Terry Brown are moving into the Sunday School Class Thursday night, May 30, Mrs. regular meeting held at fifteen acres 5/164tpd6/06
Denmark house on Friday which The McGauley reunion (the familyof HonoredOn Carole Stevenson, directed her 7:00 P.M. in the Council property described
they have purchased. James and Mrs. Charles Hardy) was held students in a medley of tunes from Room of Starke City Hall, below from PUD bock to
Joan Williams of Miami have boughtthe Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Friday night, May 31, the Sun- Give My Regards to Broadway Starke Florida, on Tues RSF: This property Is a IN THE CIRCUIT
Terry Brown house on SR16WMir. Bob Milner on Debra Street with day School Class of the Hampton; Show day June 25 1985, and portion of PUD k/a 'Oak COURT.EIGHTH
about 58 attending including Chase Christian Church were treated to a Kindergarten, first and second make a recommendationto Trails' located off S.E. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Hardy from Phoenix, Ariz who was delicious dinner. This dinner was grades sang Happy Talk, Getting to the Board of County 43rd St. 21/2 miles South AND FORBRADFORD
and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and home for the weekend. prepared and served by their Know You and Tomorrow. Third, Commissioners and the of Hwy 100, In Section COUNTY
family of Maxville AFB, Prattville, Board will consider on 25, Township 8 South FLORIDA.
teacher, Mrs, Hilda Suisse. Follow- fourth, fifth sixth and seventh
Ala. are visiting their parents, Mr. Monday, July 1. 1985 at Range 22 East out of CASE NO.: 85222CAIN
ing the dinner Bible Business
a Quiz No
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby in Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomson of game grades sang There's the CommissionersRoom Parcel 600300000. RE: The Marriage of
was enjoyed along with a social Like and Consider
Show Business
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis in Birmington, Ala were Thursday to of the Bradford This change in classification MARTY L. KLiMASHKO
Gainesville for two weeks. Stephen Sunday visitors of his mother Mrs. hour. Yourself Third graders sang Spoonful County Court House, is subject| to a public Husbandand
for of Sugar, Chim Chimney, Super- Starke Florida at 10.00 be held
Hall of Orlando joined the family W.H. Thomson and family hearing to on
the weekend. calilragelislic and Step in Time, A.M. an Ordinance Tuesday June 25, 1985 LINDA L. KLIMASHKO,
with Sabrina Joiner singing Doin relating to, at 7:00 P.M., In the Council Wile
,t _. What Comes; Naturally. Fourth! and The rezoning of the Room of the Starke City NOTICE OF SUIT NO
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Our IIIIggl fifth, sixth and seventh perty and amending the Street In Starke : MARTY L.
to Our Customers.
Pledge .. graders sang Do Re Mi, Edelweissand Comprehensive Land Florida. At this time all KLIMASHKO,
0 My Favorite Things from the Use Plan to provide that persons Interested shall ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU
Second # Sound of Music. land currently zoned RSF be heard for or against ARE HEREBY
The teachers entertained with and desginaled by the the proposal, as NOTIFIED that an action
Never Say No. plan as Rural Residentialbe specified In the Zoning for dissolution of marrlog .
rezoned to RO and Codes of Bradford County. has been filed
The overflow crowd of parents,
to none, relatives and friends of students enjoyed desginated Residen L.M.Goines, Director against you and you are
tial/Office the propertyof Bradford County Zoning required to serve a copy
AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE the delightful performance. Jack M. Courtnay 6/6 tchg of your written defenses,
you'reOne At the conclusion of the program, described as follows: if any to It, on the Pet-!
Sale prices good thru Sat.. June 8. Mr. Connie Clark, principal, 17.91 Acres one mile NOTICEIs tioner's/Wite's attorney
We reserve the right to limit quantities t presented Mrs. Stevenson with a South of Keystone hereby given that on whose nome and address
Drug Store Really Is Better Than The Rest! See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you| dooming glo.:inia plant in appreciation Heights, and past Coun Monday, June 3, 1985 at Is:
of her efforts. try Club Rd. on West side 10:00 o'clock A.M., the TERENCE M. BROWN
of Ct. Rd. 21. parcels undersigned Gator TERENCE M. BROWN, P,

6003.00301 and Freightways, Inc. will A.P..
[ 600300101. In Section auction for O. Drawer 40
sell at public
QUAKIR -.. Former Seventh GradersBHS 25, Township 8 South cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Starke Florida 32091
STAll 15 Range 22 East to be used Jacksonville, Fla., one ((904)) 964-S272
il II 'Secret. .. _':'!'.'. f l Graduates for residences and of of Mattresses, and file the original with
II "w .oin II ,,rift lot
: fices. the Clerk of the above
deflated consigned to
tBATH Bradford
Congratulations to the 1985 -
You are further given styled court on or before
0 Platos Gift Shop
--- DURACELL BATTERIES School Graduates. Among
High NOTICE that a copy of Beach Fla. to July 2,1985: otherwise a
SIZE BAR SOAP those who completed seventh grade said proposed ORDINANCE Daytona 'and ludgment may be
R'lATE SECRET while fortunate enough to have Mrs. is available for satisfy freight under entered against you forth
MOTOR 2 Carole Stevenson as their teacher you inspection ot the office the storage charges of Section relief demanded in
provisions
249LOO Sale were the Valdictorian, Stephanie of the Director of b of Uniform StandardBill the Petition.
4 ( )
.69 Price FOR 999 Redding, High Honor Graduates, Zoning and Planning, City of Lading. WITNESS my hand and
Rebate Brenda Bawek, Marie Innocent and Hall Thompson 2-607579 dtd 4/11/85 the seal of said Court on
8. 9 f Alan Rogers. Other graduates from Street, Starke Florida Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc. May 28, 1985.GILBERT .
Cott ilhal that class were Tracy Baez, Ann Each and every person Carrier S. BROWN,

Baker, Robyn Brown, Regina Can- having any Interest 5/30-6/6/852tchg CLERK
-. ROLl-ON, SINaI BARS Crawford, Donna Dor- whatever in the enact By: Beulah Moody
i-ouirr s-O! SOLID or CHOICI OF TVPIS navo, Kenny
10W40 4-OZ SPRAY "M"PAtlC or "AAA" 2-PACK limit AIVEREADY mmey, Zina Beth McCullough, ment of this proposed NOTICEOf 5/30 4tchg 6/20

Teresa Melton, Timmy Nugent, ORDINANCE should appear INTENTIONTO
Summer Outdoor tMeeds Frank Sheffield, Angela Thomas and be heard at the REGISTER NOTICENOTICE

and Daren Whitehead. time. and place prescribed FICTITIOUS NAME given that under Is hereby and by

They were delightful students and BOARD OF BRADFORD Pursuant to Section virtue Part IV of Chapter
we wish them and all their COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 865.09, Florida Statutes 83, F.S. as Self-Storage
classmates well! notice Is hereby given Facility Act that the

BY: Gilbert S. Brown that the undersigned, undersigned will sell for
A Grace United Clerk JAMES H. WATERS. 1011 cosh to the highest bidder .
Madison St., Starke FL at 301-S 1640 S.
Methodist ChurchRd 32091, sole owner, doing Walnut Street Starke,
225 road Across from NOTICE business under the firm Fla at 9:30: A.M. on the
eon wgr.COOIIR a FOR GALAXY 18" I JACK M. COURTNAY Has name of ALL PURPOSE 21st day of June 1985 the
24.99 THERMOS-SERVE SUPER COOLER 28 88 1 OSCILLATING FAN 77 I ECONOMY 0 0I Lawtey Post Office made application to the BUILDING, 2163 N. Tem contents of Units No. 18
J
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5.00 I 1151
Reg MM FLASHLIGHT
TUMBLERS_ Keg MM SUNDAY SERVICES Bradford County Zoning ple. Starke. FL 32091 intends belonging to Alvin
Board for reclassification said fictitious J.nklns mlsc
Sunday School . 9:45: am to register containing
of the property described name under the household goods by C&C
ea. a o Sunday Worship . 11 am below from RSF ro aforesaid statute. Mini Storage 1640 S.
I w ____ RMF: 18.24 Acres located Dated this 6th day of Walnut Street, Stark.
cn_ Florida. 964-8848 6/6
2tchg 6/13

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NOTICE

-CALLON SANDPIPER JUG 6.9C SUNTANNER QUA MAT AIR 4.99 SKEETER EATER JS-FT SLIP 'N LAWN SLIDE & PINE BARKYou NOTICE Is hereby
1.99 CITRONELLA 14.88
MATTRESS Beg (99 OIL WATER SLIDE given that under and by
VINYL AIR MATTRESS 149 14_CAl 1 99 virtue Part IV of Chapter

pick-up or We deliver 83, F.S. as Self Storage
a::: Facility Act that the
Melnor Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery undersigned will sell for

L Sprinkler# 269 J [ ere Florida CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING der cash at to the 301-S highest 1640 bid S.

Walnut Street, Stark,
Reg. 6.99 I r 964-6649 Fla. 0110:00 A.M. on the
21st day of June 1985 the
Sale $499
w'X00 FLORIDA SOUVENIR LADIES GARDEN contents of Units No. 24

2.44 GARDEN HOSItvn 2.97 Reg.EACH 499 TOWEL 1.49 1 TYPES belonging to John misc.Red
Reg. 199 man containing
household goods by CSC
Happy Birthday George L. Shipley, Jr."Lynn" Mini Storage 1640 S.

1 1 1I. I Walnut Street Starke
-'"' "My Eagie"I Florida. 964-8848 6/6
2tchg 6/13
I will love you for as long as I can dream, I'll dream of you as

1,17 long as I can think, I'll think of you for as long as I have a memory, NOTICE
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They'll be of us.I NOTICE Is hereby
9.99 tt. given that on Monday,
CtVSTAl UGH OINT1RE STOCK OF'rt 2 FOR XII iJ VIP MO11SOWATT I will love you as long as I have eyes to see, "I'll see only you, June 17.1985 at 10:00:

2.19 DRINK MIX j 25 EQUITY CLOCKS 1.00 CONDITIONING I 99 and ears to hear with, I'll hear only you, and lips to speak with, I'll o'clock A.M., the und.r.
CHOKE/ OF TYP1S OFF Reg. 599(01599 MITERS Ml* MYE( signed Gator
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speak only your name Frieghtways, Inc. will

I will love you as long as my heart beats, it beats for you. A soul tell at public auction for

stirring within me, it's full of you an imagination in my head, are cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.
Jacksonville, Fla.. one
i Y ] imagines of only you. I will long you for as long as there is time, lot of Wood base & Trim

I "I'll have time for you, as long as there is love, I'll love you, and consigned to Focal Point
Atlanta. Ga to satisfy
long as there is you, I'll love. freight and storage

I will forever love you. charges under the provisions
CFX AM FM STEREO
Ml OETERCENT LAUNDRY PYRBX COOKWAMTYPES MICROWAVE 10 TEFION' FRYING COATED FAN 26.88 CASSETTE PUVEI Happy Birthday My Darling of Section 4 (b) of
1.99 4201. j 3.99 ( 2.99 Reg, tJOSCllo5* Uniform Standard Bill, of
L- K..4M Cheri L. Brooks lading.Pro. 03-488872

4/8/85 Gator.
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Frieghtways, Inc. Carrier;;

FILTER LIFE & PRAISE MINISTRIES 6/6 2tchg 6/13

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CIGARETTES "A Full Gospel/ Word Church"ATTENTION

Community News

I A R 1 : The Greater Allen Chapel AWe .

ALL CARTONS O* CINRIC CICXHETTIS are temporarily meeting in the Starke Elementary M. E. Church.
r I W or IV 111' KODAK CHOR nnmJJ general nas determined that Cigarette l
DOCUMENT FRAME I 2.49 PRINT HIM I 1 smoking Is dangerous to your Health Auditorium until our new church facility now under construction The Stewardesses of Board One
99
J VR100 thru Saturday. June 6th.
gegh tO 1,68 CP11J-34 OFF Coupon good Is completed in September. COME GROW WITH US/ and Two will observe their anniver

11 AM Pry: Sunday, June 9, at 3 p.m.
SERVICES: Sunday 10:30AM: Childrsn'sChurch
Missionary Oneal of Keystone willThursday
Sunday 7.00 PM Ages 4-10
speak.
PHOTOPROCESSING.
Come In & pick up the 7:30: PM The public is invited.
Sale"12page WE GUARANTEE IT!
JUNE 16lh: MAE STAFFORD will be giving het wonderful Concerned Citizens
Meeting
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sale circular. Eewrd.know, Itnt*you ownl CQleobOut m. pICtu you oudnl|
I n...IK.tat nan why_gNe you 101010gu -on uhaab testimony and sharing the Word of God In both Sunday services. The Concerned Citizens of Brad-
Eckerd for savings 1 'onl noppv wim you P'""",you don nee
at IS-and Symm you
k>pay tar "" "orant book wntn pnxnMd ma/I., -.. Mae was confined to a wheelchair for two years while suffering ford will have a meeting Monday
on over 150 more Items. So.N you eoVSiJEgfi: ro low ,m..x>i, K*. m. mm to Eck..dOn with muscular and several other physical problems June 10 at 9:30 p.m. All Interested
d rugIf"'.II b.ae man IM nil Eckwa: dystrophy citizens.* invited.
until God instantly healed her. There will I I be prayer for the sick /

In both Sunday services and a special time of prayer for the lick

In 2:30: p.m. Come EXPECTING a Miracle. ,











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>,..', Bradford High basketball player The all-star players are the top outstanding players that have signed In BHS basketball. The 6-4 forward I d

Daren Chandler will play in the players in every class from Florida. scholarships with national major averaged 24 points per game and 11 : l:
North-South All-Slar basketball One players Is chosen from each of colleges, a 6-8 player named Hammond rebounds for BHS. The 24 points per ; .;
., game set for 8 p.m. Thursday, June the 16 districts in the state. This from Crestview who is goingto game area school record. : S
1 17, at Valencia Community College district goes from Lake city on the Georgia Tech, and Tony Mack of Chandler's 43 points in a single game : i.,r
in Orlando. north end to down below Flagler Brandon, who led the state in scoring are a school record. His 557 points ; .>.y+.;
"He's traveling in pretty fast company Palm Coast. "''\ with a 41 point average. for one season is also a school i ,cf'
,, ," says BHS cage coach Mike Chandler will be playing with Chandler, a Class 2A all-state performer record. I' Z e':'l!:
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quarters at last Thursday's football work of Brown, Hamilton and The first score for Interlachen, mance," stated Horse
.-.- jamboree in Interlachen, beating St. Dougherty while the offensive line Sexton said, came from a pass in They lost the quarter against In
I Augustine 7-0 while losing to In came in for their share of good com terception which the Rams ran back terlachen because of inexperience, I
ments. about 80 indicated Hurse who said
>> terlachen 12-0. yams they probably
"We were pretty well pleased with Defensive[ coach Mike Sexton was The second score came when the would have won a full game.

-' ,, our performance," said Coach generally pleased with his players Rams had the ball and "they drove "We have the nucleus of
a good
David Horse of the back said
Tornadoes' performance performance. on us, Sexton. "They "
AH-Star... "We moved the ball well, "We looked good in spots but we were ruhning the wishbone' and we head football team, said the veteran I
coach.
Daren Chaiullcral right), shown here in action for the BUS Tornadoslast but we made too many mistakes." have a long way to go," said$exton weren't expecting this."
season Is playing in some fast company June 17 when he competes in For the offense, Hurse said that Against St. Augustine the Tor "They're going to have to work Hard work is on tap for the playersthis
'the annual North-South All-Star basketball game. Clinton Jenkins had the best game at nados held their own, not letting the hard over the summer,", said the summer, with the weight room .
Chandler,one of the most talented players to ever wear a BUS uniform, tailback he had ever had and that Yellow Jackset into the endzone coach for the players to be ready for in the field house being open for their
set numerous school records at BUS including scoring average for a tackle Tommy Parker had performed once. However, it was not that way the fall. use from seven in the morning until
season and high,for one game with 55 points.In exceptionally well.\ against Interlachen, who put 12 "We played a lot of young kids and eight at night. I I
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It was Newberry Nosko the winner the first inning, Sean Robinson getting on base with an error on the scored on a Greg Garrison double. Nosko broke out of the losers added in the third and fourth and the I:
with the Starke Stars in second placeat reached first on a single and was Nosko second baseman. David Chapeman scored on a Gary Wise bracket with two wins over CH2M final run was put up in the seventh. i
the men's Softball tournament followed by Tony Diggs with an error Hamilton moved him around with a sacrifice. The inning ended when Hill 5-4 and 6-1 along with a win over In the bottom of the sixth, Gary II
I sponsored by the Starke senior girl's on the right-fielder. Robinson single and Diggs scored on a Mike Eric Crawford flied out. CWA 20-2. They met the Starke Wise scored the Stars' first run with ;
Fillies Saturday, June 1, at scored on a David Hamilton Chappel RBI. Hamilton and Chap- The seventh inning saw Nosko only Stars in the championship game. a sacrifice by Ron Brown. In the
Edward's Field. sacrifice for the Stars' first score. pell scored on a triple by Barry War score one run and the game ended Nosko 11, Stars 2 seventh, Barry Warren tripled and !
Mike Chappell tripled and scored on ren who was stranded on third as the 8-6 for the Stars. In the last'ma tch-up of the tourna went home when Jason Polk hit a
Stars 8, Nosko 6 Barry Warren's single for the third inning ended. The Stars led the ment, the Stars couldn't seem to get sacrifice. The game ended when i
It started off good for the Stars, run of the inning. game 6-4 at the end of the inning. Stars 8 CWA 7 going, losing to Nosko 11-2. Mike Chapman flied out. !
when they beat the eventual tourna The second inning was dry for the The Stars weren't able to do In a tight g'+me, the Stars went In the first inning, Nosko put fouron CH2M Hill ended the tournament }:
ment winner Nosko 8-6 in their first Stars while Nosko was able to put anything until the sixth when Barry past CWA of Gainesville 8-7 while the board through consistent hitting with a 2-2 record, winning over the j I
of the round-robin five on the Scoreboard.In Warren led off with a single,advanc and folowed Stars and CWA but 'I
meeting one day they lost to CH2M Hill 5-10 for their that up with two losing twice to :
tournament. the third. Tony Diggs/: led off ed on a Mike Chapman single and first loss. more in the second. One each were Nosko. CWA lost all\ three I

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. Northside Baptist Leads Recreational Softball League With 13-3' RecordNorthside i

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Baptist at 13-3 currently the lead. Also hitting for New River scored 2 runs each with Jimmy Smyrna was led by Steve Henkle Stars 5 First Meth. 4 Ronald Nugent,Timmy Nugent,J.
leads the Men's Church League soft- were Jimmie O'Steen, 2 for 4; Tod Davis. Frank Swindell, and David who went 2-3 including a home run The Starke Stars with W. Whittle, and Lonnie Olive were t
ball play sponsored ,by the Starke Samons, 2 for 4, including a double, Norton adding one run each for the and a double. John Lewis was 2-4 including run in the top of the came 11th inning up and a each 2-4 for Air Park. !
Recreation Department.The and Wayne Cain. winners. a double. Buddy Dicandio held on for a 5-4 win First Daryl Nazworth was 2-3 with a
Starke Stars and Smyrna Baptist Nugent, Hamilton, and Nugent and Wayne Sutton added 2 hits each, United Methodist in over double, and Jeff Johnson had a home
are tied at 12-3, a game behind N-Side 11 Mad. St. 10 scored one run each for the losers.F. and Raymond Trainor, Frank June 3.Jason. a marathon run for Madison Street. I I

Northside with one less game Northside Baptist scored 3 runs in Swindell, and Gary Davis addingone Bennett was 3-5 at the .
plate
played. The Starke Stars and Smyr the final inning to take an 11-10( Meth 16 Jr. Stars 1 each. Including a triple for the Stars. Mike 1\\
na Baptist play each other tomorrow squeaker May 28 from Madison First United Methodist jumped out The Jr. Stars were led by Roger Chappell was 2 for 5 with a double Stars 11 Northside 10 ':'
night (Thursday, June 6) at 8:15: Street Baptist to a 9-0 lead on the strength of 11 hits Wilkerson who went 2and scored 2 and a triple. The Starke Stars took 8 innings to I
p.m. at No. 1 field at Edwards Road Northside came up with 5 straighthits in the first inning in rolling to a 16-1 runs. Allen Wood was 2-4:. with a dou Patrick Mundorff was 2 for 5 for edge out Northside Baptist in a tight
ballfield. Whoever wins will be tied capped off with a 3-run triple by win over the Je. Stars May 28 ble. Eric Nazworth, Robert Thorpe, First Methodist. 11-10 game May 30. I
with Northside for first place. Jimmy Alvarez, his second triple of Brian Thomas and Wade Winkler Stacy Lloyd, Dewey Williams.and The Stars were led by Jason Bennett I.
First Methodist at 7-9 are in third the night, to take the win. Also con- each had a home run in the first with Judson Jackson also had hits for.the Mad. St. 13 Jr. Stars 12 who went 3-4 including 2.
place; New River 6-9, is fourth. tributing were Jackson Prevatt and Thomas going 3 for 4, and Winkler 2 Jr. Stars. Madison Street needed doubles Tad Crews and Doug '
Madison St., 5-10, is fifth. Airpark, Kenny Chitty, each 3 for 4; Joe Cox. for 3 on the night. Rick[ Stephens and extra to Baptist the Jr.Stars an Samons, who were each 2-4, in- I'
4-11. is sixth, and Jr. Stars, 2-13, 2 for 3, and Buddy Revels, Steve Patrick Mundorf were also 3 for 4 NewRiver F. Meth 6, 13-12 June inning 3. get past cluding a home run by Samons, and 1))

seventh. Cubbage Wayne Blankenship, and with a double each. Ricky Johns New River Baptist scored 10 runs MadisonStreetwasledwtthextro Barry Warren, who was c'J31}, with. a
Robbie (Cowart with One hit each; went 2'for 3 with a triple. Dennis 'in the final 2 innings to go from a 5-3 -) double. 4 ai: ; i. a I rNorthsiie -
base hits from Jeff Johnson with
Pacing Madison Street were Crawford was 2 for 4, with Curtis deficit to a 13-6 victory over First a { was'paced'ty Jimmy
home C. Johnson with
Stars 7 New River 6 David Sommerville at 4 for 4. Daryl Crawford, Douglas Reddish, and Methodist May 30. and Andy run, Jordan and Daryl a triple Naz, Alvarez at 3-5 with a home run, and
The Starke Stars came from Nazworth, Jeff Johnson, Ralph Justin Williams adding one hit each Jack anderson and John Samons worth with doubles. Daryl Hilliard at 2-5 with a triple.
behind in the bottom of the sixth inn Morgan, and C. Johnson, each 2 for for First Methodist. each went 3-4 at the plate for New For the Jr. Stars, Jamey Crews
4 Melvm'2 for and Andrew Eric Nazworth 2 for and Tod Samons and J. added
ing scoring 4 runs on 6 hitsincluding ; Gary 3, was 2, River. Quiett and Stacey Lloyd were 2-4 with R.
a triple by strait ppell\ Mott and Andrew Strickland with scored the Jr. Stars only run in the 2 hits each, and Jimmie O'Steen, Polk Dewey Willims. Robert Northside 10 Airpark 2

for a 7-6 win over New River Baptist one hit each.Smyrna top of the third.Smyrna Bill Burgin, Daren Allen, and James Thorpe, R. Starling, and Robert Northside Baptist rolled to a 10-2
Tuesday/May 28. 7 Rosier added one each. Wilkison getting one hit each. win over Airpark Baptist June 3.
Polk and Bennett were 3 for 3 including Airpark 3 Jr. Boys 6 First Methodist was let by Brian Kenny Chitty and Jimmy Alvarez
one double each to lead the Smyrna Baptist jumped out to a In a squeaker May 30, the Jr. Boys Thomas, Dennis Crawford. and were 2-4, with Wayne Blankenship,
stars. Sean Robinson went 2 for 4 3-0 lead in the first and coasted to a came from behind to tie the game up Douglas Reddish who were 24. Airpark 10 Mad. St. 4 E. Alvarez, and Robbie Cowart goIng
and Tony Diggs 2 for 3. 9-3 win May 28 over Airpark Baptist. in the top of the final inning, but Patrick Mundorff, Gareth Jones, Air park Baptist rolled to a 10-4 2-3 for thw winners.
Joseph McClellan\ homered and In a game that was mostly walks Smyrna Baptist was able to add and Ricky Johns added one hit eachin victory over Madison Street Baptist Richard Slade was 2-3 with 2
Lloyd Allen tripled in the top half of and errors, Raymond Trainor, Bud another run in the bottom of the inn- the losing effort. May 30. triples for the losers.
the final inning to give New River dy Dicandio, and Steven Hinkle ing to take a 7-6 win.

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The undefeated Cubbettes con Starettes 11 Fillies 10 May 29.LUlie. Lillie Mack and Clara DeSue were Tangela Pittman and Juli Jackson homerun by Jackson for the Flutes
tinue their hold on first place in the Mack went 4-4 at the plate, perfect at the plate, going 3-3 to lead each had a double, for the Starettes.
Women's Softball\ The Starettes came out on top hitting 2 doubles and a triple. Bonnie the Cubbettes.
League, Rebels 20 Starettes 4
spon- 11-10 in a slug-fest with the Fillies Bits & Pieces 21 Fillies 6 -
Saunders Jean Hudson
sored by the Starke Recreation Brown was also perfect for the winners Joan Betty
Department, with a perfect 13-0 May 28.Stacy. going.3-3 with 2 doubles. Bren-. Gloria Sapp, and D. Williams The Bits&Pieces scored 13 runs in The Lawtey Rebels jumped out to
record. Marshall and Unissa King da Butler was 2-4 with a double and each had a hit for the Rebels. the 6th Innin in rolling to a 21 6 win a14.31eadinthe2ndinningandkeptrolling
were 3-5 to lead the Starettes.K. home the Fillies June 3. to a 20-4 win over the Star er-
an inside-the-park run. over
The Lawtey Rebels are in 2nd at Allen and Patty Smith had two T. Barton and Nancy Mitzel were Bits & Pieces Starettes 2 Bits & Pieces pounded 28 hits, led tea June 3.Valerie .
8-5, followed\ by P G's and Bits & hits each for the Fillies. Seay was 3-4 at the plate
Pieces 2-3 for the Bits & Pieces. Bits & Pieces scored 8 runs in the by Lisa Alvarez, Debbie Broughton,
tied at e-7, the Fillies at 4-9, and Sue Ann Nettles with 4 hits each, and scored 4 times in leading the
and the 4th inning on their way to a 12-2 win
Starettes at 211. Cubbettes 16 Bits & Pieces Rebels.
Cubbettes 12 Rebels 1 Nettles and Linda
over the Starettes May 30. T. Barton, Peggy ,
There were only 6 games played in 5 The Cubbettes continued unbeaten Tammy Barton had a double, and Shannon with 3 hits each. Victoria Butler and Tawana
Kinsler had home
for the
the league during the week, due to 2 The Cubbbettes continued to roll May 30 with a 12-1 win over the Lisa Alvarez had a triple in the winning Kim Brown, N. Gilder and Kelly Starettes. runs
forfeits. with a 16-5 win over the Bits&Pieces Lawtey Rebels. effort. Jackson had 2 hits each, including a





I Braves Hold On to Lead in Dixie Mai., or Boys.... Baseball LeagueThe -


Braves continue to dominate 8-7, Astros 4-8, Expos 2-9. and Vincon Robinson was 2-2 at the was a perfect 3-3 with 2 doubles, as batters to just 2 hits as the braves The Braves overcame a 4-21st, inn
Dixie Major Baseball for boys ages Bulldogs 2-12. 'plate for the Bulldogs, and also Devin Jackson, Raymond Trimble, picked up a 5-2 win May 29. ing deficit to beat the Mets 7-4 June
11-12,.. sponsored by the Starke scored 2 of their 4 runs. and Kevin Woodard also hit doublesfor Elder was aided at the plate by 3.
Recreation Department.The Braves 6 Bulldogs 4 the Mets.Joshua Timothy Taylor and Andrew
Crawford Kevin Goodowns, both 2-3. Timothy Taylor, Andrew:
Braves picked 2 more wins Mets 16 Bulldogs 15
up The Braves scored 8 hits
6 runs on
Crawford and Paul Goodowns
all went Jeremiah David Elder and
Hamilton, and Stevie Bailey Emory
this week, extending their record to in beating the Bulldogs 6-4 May 24. The Mets barely squeezed past theBulldogs .
14-1. '2-4 for the Bulldogs. Moody picked up the only hits for Prevatt had hits for the Braves. .
David Elder led the Braves at the in high-scoring game thw Dodgers. Scott Jones. Wade Jackson, and -:
plate going 2.3 with a triple, and May 28.Kevin. 5 Dodgers 2 Charles Williams had hits for :
Braves the
In 2nd place are U.... ,;vuger at scored 2 runs. Lonnie Olive also Boone hit 2 home runs in his Braves 7 Mets 4 Mets. I :
104,followed by the Giants 9-5, Meta scored 2 runs for the winners.. 4 trips to the plate Johnnie Powers < Pitcher David Elder_. held Dodger i.

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The Bandits pulled out of a tie with Mavericks l'/i games back at 107. The Bulls pulled out an ll-io win Berry and Jeffrey Prevatt chipped Burkwalter was tai with a double. Help at the plate was provided by
the Maverick to Jain fort POMOioa The Bulls hold 3rd place a half game over the Bandits in a hard-fought in 2 hits each, including a double by James Langley who went 2-4 with a E
at farst plane in Dixie Boys behind the Mavericks at 9-7. while Dixie Boys Baseball game May 29. Prevatt. Rangers Mavericks 5 double and scored 2 runs. ,
Baseball for age 13-14, sponsoredby 'the Rangers are another hail# game
the Stark Recreation Depart back at 0-8. The Bulldogs trail the Pitcher Shane Reddish struck out ,.
ment. league at 1-12. Catcher James McNeal led the The Bandit were led by Tim 11 batters in leading the Rangers to The Mavericks were led at the"plate '
Bull at the plate, going 3-5 with a Lewis with 2 doubles in 5 at-bats. Ed a tough 7-5 May 30 win over the by Paul Akridge who went 3-4 t
Built 11 Bandits 10 home and was also 2-5 and RobertA Maverick! and scored 2 runs.
The,Bandit are now 11-5 with the run 2 doubles. Terrance Douglas


Shelley Raley To Compete I

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I.. Swimming and Lifesaving Offered at Center A in I'Miss' Rodeo Contest : .,[

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Shelley Raley of Crystal Lake is Shelley, a BHS graduate, is 4-TT
Swimming and life saving classes a.m. Girl Scout Camp. competing in the Miss Rodeo of; and FFA exhibitor and winner a
will be offered June 17 28 through Senior Life Saving available for Fees for beginning and In Florida on In has
will 't' Pageant going won events at the Bradford County "
be held 12-3
the Center for Health Fitness. at those 21 and older termediate swimming will be$30 perpenon. Tallahassee June$-7. Fair and competes in riding cott''
Bradford Hospital. p.m.All Senior Life Saving will be Miss Raley, 19 the daughter of petition all over Florida and South
Beginning swimming for those six classes will last for two week $30 or $35 for credit. Mr. and Mrs. father Raley of,' Georgia.
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years and older will. be held 9.10. and meet Monday through Friday.be Theressa, I is a top area equestrian.. She la competing at her own .
Red Cross card will RStllstration forms expense
American are available I
a.m. She is in the top three of the Marlon'Saddle in TallaWee '
given to all those who successfully at the BH Center for Health & Shelley Raley ,where the win-
Club and in the top three of ,: to
Intermediate swimming for those complete the classes.All classes will Fitness at 922 E.Call Street.For fur- Extraordinaire one of the Georgia riding circuits. 'SfwUl.apy compete for the''
Si years I.\nli.lder will bahrld 10-11 meet at Kinaslev Lake at the Nevatl ther Information call 964-4210. Equestrian Queen title.






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FOR,SALE MOBILE
YARD SALE lot |lust outside town. Carport central HOMES .
heat/AC. Wood stove nearly new FOR SALE
FOR SALES: ADDO ROOM 14'X22' YARD SALE 4 families, Sat. June 8. Furniture $38,000 964.5597 6/6 tfn

3,000/lnstalled 3,500 cUaUr kitchenware, linens, cloth.
904964.5606 6/6 tlnchg Rd 16 West Green Acres, 706 Gen St. SKYLINE HOME CENTER Hwy 301 N.
ANIMALS 2 .how steers 6/6 ItpdCHEAP.CHEAPI BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Stark. Come see Ray Gouln formerlyof
Hereford/Limosln cross Wts. 640.675 Musical Instrument, Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. la iJ'"'
lb.. 13/14 month old. Im- books, lot more. 418 S. Thompson St. W. buy and move used homes

planted/worm.d/work.d with Fri.. Sat., & Sun., 7, 8. & 9. 9 a.m. till? OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR, 964-4414 or 964.4778.26 tfn f; QV e.rWill
964-41446/6 Itpd YARD SALE Sponsored by Bradford High Ladles apparel, childens, Large size, MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile
HOUSE PLANSi custom drawn phone School Cheerleaders Sat. June 8, 93. combination store, accessories Jor- home 2 br, 3'/ ton central Heat/air
Macclenny 1.259.35386/6 3tpd 6/20 1316 Madison Street 6/6 Itchg dache, Chic Lee, Levi, Easy Street looks like brand new. $6,000964.7312. T .
KOB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN 3 FAMILY: Yard sole, 1 ml W on 225. liod Evan Picone, Esplrlt Tomboy 4/18 tfn. ...
LAKE CITY CLEASON's MALLS Freshwater June 8 Sat 9-5 6/6 Itchg Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Liz Clalr- FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes in -CECILIA. PHONE 964.7776

Marine fish Bird.. Puppies, kit YARD SALE Fri & Sat June 7 & 8, 9 borne, Members Only, Organically good to ."c. cond. $2700.4500 each 205 N. ]
URWILLtGAR Temple Starke
ton and pot supplies. Ten percent off am.5 p.m., 4 families; furniture, Grown Gasoline, Healthtex, Over Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park .
with this ad. 6/6 3tpd 6/20 clothing and lots mar. 301 N of Textile 1000 others. $13,300 to $24,900 Inventory 4962366. 4/25 ifnchg. *.
OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 B BR HOME APPROX.
FREE Kittens to good home call after 6 Town. 6/6 1IchgGARAGE Training, Fixture., Grand OpenIng OWNER MUST SELL 3.2 take over payment
2650 SQ FT. .2 CH&A UNITS FIREPLACE MANY OTHER AMENITIES
p.m. 964. 4589 6/6 Itnc SALE Fri. A Sat. June 7 & 8, Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. $189.00. must ask for Chris 74900.
FREE Pupple to good homo. Call after 6 9-5. Pots & pan., dishes, silverware, loughllri ((612)) 888- 6555. 6/6 Itpd 1.622.3799 or 1-622-2820 5/30-6/20 FLEXIBLE FINANCING. '
p.m. 964.4589 1 Itnc sheets bedspreads pillow cases $7.77 THE ONE PRICE SHOE STOREi Is 4tchg SAMPSON CITY RD. OFF 227 -BRICK 3 BR 2 B WITH 2 ACRES-APPROX 1580 SQ
FOR SALE 1965 Dodge Truck-Good towels, carpets, beby bed, stroller, car coming to Starke. Not a franchise, no PRICED TO SELL) 3-BR DBLW 1978 1 FT ONLY 8 YEARS OLD S7,500.
engine$300; piano 100; mist, furniture seat walker, Hi-chair, sofa, single up front fees. Total Investment less acre, 2 bldgs., some fenced and extras COUNTRY CLUB BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON IV. ACRES. LIVING ROOM. DINING
964-8757 after 6 pm. 6/6tfn bed 4 new 15 in. tires and wheels, and than $4950.00. This Is a business oppor bank financing available ROOM, KITCHEN LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE PATIO. PAVED "
U-PICKi Black Eye Purple tip and white much more. 7 miles south of Stark. on tunity you've been looking for Call Mr. $17,000.00 and closing cost. Laura Baptist DRIVEWAY.
acre pea., silver queen corn. $5 per Rd. 100 on left. 6/6ltpd n oodwl" on...7"7......"" .../. Itpri, Church Rd. NE 11th St. 4th MH on
bushel 964-5630 6/6 Itchg YARD SALE Fri. and Sat. Twin bed BOATSTERRY left 964-4306 6/6 2tpd 6/13 YOU ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE. 2nd HOME FOR RENTALOR
1982SUZUKI GS-550m2. Great Cond. water heater, washing machine, lawnmowers 1981 CHAMPION: 24X60 3BR 2BA, LR & FAMILY, LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) 2-CAR GARAGE HUGE

New tires, W/helmet $1000.00 or tool, lots misc. Off 301 North BASS BOAT 40 HP Mercury Den with fireplace. Central air. To be STORAGE ROOM. BOATHOUSE. DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED PAVED
refinanced. Call after 782-3366 DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE!
Call 5pm.
Negotiable. 964.7231 or 4602. 6/6 Hammond Road.6/61tpd motor, Gator Trailer, electric ,trolling
2tpd 6/13 RUMMAGE SALE Rummage sale at motor $1000.00 964.6396 6/6 Itpd 6/6 1 Itpd .12 ACRES a LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL BARN.
'81 CS550T Suz. W/helmet new bat. Grace United Methodist Church. 225 SEA EAGLE INFLATABLE BOAT 10 X 4 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on WORKSHOP. 31' x 42' POLE BARN FENCED ft CROSSFENCED VARIETY OF
$500. firm ph 782-3203 across from post office 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. like new, Pump Oars, and Seats $100 one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales, FRUIT TREES PEARS PEACHES. FIGS, GRAPES.

1983 KLT-200 3 WHEELER: w/wlndshleld Sat. June 8th. 6/6 Itchg 964-66536/6 1tpdLAND 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg 707 CYPRESS ST. 3 BR 1'B STUCCO 6 YRS.OLD $43,000. ASSUM MORT.
800.00 call after 5 pm 782-3366 6/6 Itpd TWO FAMILY YARD SALE: June 7&8.904 '
$29.500 MO. PAY. $304.33 10/.%. ENERGY EFFICIENT.
50 PERCENT OFF FACTIRY CLEARANCE
Raiford Road Starke.
FOR SALE FOR RENT CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
Our finest flashing arrow lgn. Perfect YARD SALE:About 3 miles on 100 toward
condition. $249 complete. Free letters! Keystone. Lots of womens, men. and Road STONE FIREPLACE BEAMED CEILINGS. SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR
ACRE LOT Forsythe no
ONE facing
Don't believe it? Call HSC 1 ))600)) ) children clothes. Lots more. 9644722.Sot. down $75 mo. Call MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW. DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF
payment per
423-0163, anytime Extremely limited 8.3.6. Itpd 9645606. 10/4 tfn Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. DISTINCTION HWY. 3015 $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.
quantity. YARD SALE Multi famlly June 7 ft 8, 9
LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone 908 W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE
am 5 pm. Located at corner of 229 & 964.7498.9/16 tfn '
balance In five years, financing by WILL BE TO THIS HOME. -
CARS & TRUCKS Bayless Highway See sign. 6/6 Itpd 964-6853. 12/13 tfn. RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET Will
owners EXCELLENT LOCATION SOUTHGATE AREA 3BR 2Ba, CH/ NEW ROOF. BX
Weldon
YARD SALE 3 families 560 W. and remoc'dl
ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. design to suit your needs.
73 BUICK LASABRE power steering Near Vo-Tech, Sat. only 8 a.m. ? $3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Call 964-6305 ask for John. 3/07 tfn ASSUM. MTG.
brakes windows, AC 82.000 miles, YARD SALE Fri. June 7, 9-3, and Sat 964-5606. 1/03 tfn MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT) One mile MINI FARM 5 ACRES, ENCLOSED W/PRIVACY FENCE CROSS-FENCED.
good over all cond. $800 964-5952 and JUne 8, 9-3 on Griffis Loop S.E. 30th ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY from Starke city limits Clean. No BARN GREENHOUSE. ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUl BRICK HOME, 3BR, 2BA
6915. 4,8 Itfn. ave. What nots, china dishes, lamp ROAD: $3,000 no down payment $70 children or pets. Hwy 16, W. Call. CH/, 5 CEILING FANS. CLOSE TO CITY, PRICED TO SELL.

BUICK SKYHAWK: 1978 Price $1500.00. stereos, draw drapes curtain rod per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 468-13231017 tfn GOLFER DREAM HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE
1978 Ford LTD 190000. Call 964-4756 T.V stand curtain irons, home-made 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN
after 5:30 5/30 tfn quilts record player, tupperware, $3,500. no down payment $70 per mo. Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call OFFER)I.
1962 SUZUKI P-UP DIESEL 3/4 Ton top girls, boys, and baby clothes, women Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 964.7530 or 468.1323 10/07 tfn
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and men's clothes, mist, Items; also STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, BROOKER: BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS ACRES. ONLY S YEARS OLD -
per, like new, fully equipped assume LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964-5764; after : monthly
kitten. 3BR $55,000 w/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX.$36,000 at 11'/.%. $396./MO.
payments. Call after 6 p.m. 9644118. free 6/6 Itpd 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn rates Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple 2BA
5/30.6/20 4tpd UNITED METHODIST Men will hold a OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Ave. 7/28 tfn 301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH SPACIOUS LIVING
1978 GMC VANl/2 ton $2500 964-7423 garage sale at the church Sot. June 8th dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO

1980 FORD VAN: 1/2 ton $3000. Call 8:30: a.m. till 3:00 p.m. 6. 1 tchg home cabin or camping. $4950 ea, BA apt. For more Information call Lake HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37'/, ACRES 4BR/2'/s BA.

964-7423 Teal Tile & Carpet w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand Butler Apts. 4963141. EC- >I Oppor FIREPLACE &BARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
1979 MERCURY MARQ. PS, PB, A/C New HOMES FOR SALE fishing. Owner ((904)) 236.4579 or tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Mobile Home. Two BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR, FIREPLACE, DBL.
tires 59,000 miles 1975. 964-8358 1981 6299649. 3/21 12tchg 6/6
GMC PUP 3 speed 6 cyl., PS PB, A/C NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -QUA
New tires, one owner; 3475. 964-8358 608 S. WATER STREET By owner. 2 BR CB Large acreage small acreage, cabins furnished. Purchase option. $69.$89 LOTS: BESSENT RD,5 OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES. HAMPTON OAKS, CROSBY
6/6 Itchg home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn homes. Dockery Land Co., 114 Andrew per month plus lot. 473.7560.3/28.6/27 LAKE SAMPSON LAKE .
1981 MAZDA PICKUP: Truck Land bed, 3 BR, I'/i BATH HOME: Saratoga Hts., Rd. Murphy, N.C. 28906. Call Toll-free FURNISHED IBR triplex part of utilities -36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
Runs Good $$3475.00 CASH corner lot. Enclosed garage, CK/Alr. 1800331.7947 furnished. Private yard and entrance.No .
Ph 5-speed-473. 4508 6'6 Itpd Phone 964.8652.3/21. tfn. OLD FLORIDA CEDAR KEY Investments children, no pets 9645970. 5/23 COUNTRY, CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES.
1978 PLYMOUTH VOLARE: Good condi 3 BR MUST SELL Central air and heat. Gulf front condominiums TFchg -49 GREAT ACRES HWY 229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM MTG.

tion. Call 964-5803 6/6 Itpd Enclosed garage low maintenance commercial property. Proctor & Assoc. 1 BD APTSt W/AII Utilities Included. $200 LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3'/ ACRES.
ceiling fans, nice neighborhood close Accomodatlons month. 964-6360 9646566. 2tchg 5/30
condition. 5435198.
Goof ((904))
1976 FORD MAVERICK: Realty
ft. RD A GOOD BUY.
-4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A WILSON
$1000 Call 375.7232 after 6 p.m. 6/6 to Southslde Elem. $39,900 964-5952 or available Park Place Motel. All units 1 AND 2 BEDROOM: Furnished Apart
1 Itchg 9646915. 4/18 1 tfn. face the Gulf. ((904)) 5435737. ments $150 8 $200 plus $75 security RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.
1978 FAIRMONT STATION WAGON: PS ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS cleared lot Dep. No Pets 964-8071 6/6 1 tchg $21,500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.

PB, A/C 1675. 964-8358 6/6 Itchg I'/j/BA Fireplace carport screened ready to build 80X125 Access to lake.Beach FURNISHED TRAILER: 2BR 2 bath largeLR 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.
1984 BUICK RIVIERA like new and load. porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. Club House Prlviledge 3000. nice clean under shady trees, One
$95,000.468-1576 after 6,:00. 5/9 tfn 964752166.612 2tchg child maximum. $225/'month 9646714. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR 5000.
ed. Under warranty. Lists over 20,000 Call evenings
will sellfor 14,500. 964-4269 6/6 Itchg HOME FOR SALE Brick home in Town on 20 ACRES OF LAND: in a good location 5/30 Itchg 533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING 21000.
1974 TOYOTAS COROLLA 4 cyl., 2 acres land. 2 BR and 2 Baths Call B.T. $1500 an acre. Call 473-4680 or LARGE TRAILER LOT IN COUNTRY readyfor BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FINANCING.

4-speed, 2-dr new filters brake pads Thomas 9648553.HOMES 5/30.6/62tpd from $1 (U 473-46196/6 Itchg 9646365.rent. Available 5/30 2tchg before 6/6 the first 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.
tires and other recent parts. Runs and GOVERNMENT MENG DAIRY ROAD: Acre lots. 3,000.00No
looks good. 32 $700.00 firm. Call Repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call Down Payment. 70.00/month FOR RENT: Unfurnished 4 br., 2 1/2 bathhouse INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.
964-6529.6/6I1pd mpg 1805687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In. 964-5606 6/6 ttnchg 315 N Walnut St. $350 per mth. BRICK HOME RD 230. 3BR 2 B LOT 100 300 $52.000
formation. 5/30 7/25 8tchg LAND FOR SALE Six lots 1.2/3 ocr. per 964-84046/6.6/12
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PICKUP TRUCK 1971 Dalsun, 33,000' HOME FOR SALE Beautiful 6yr old brick lot 3,500 and 4,000 per lot. Off of For FOR RENT: Nice room private bath.
mil... Camper Top 14' fiberglass home In 35 tree pecan grove. CH/A, sythe Rd. No money down $75 mth. 964-6305 6/6 tfn EVENINGS
fishing boat 20 HP Johnson and trailer. large family room fireplace sunken Call 964.5606 6/6 tfnchgCOMMERCIAL UNFURNISHED 3 BR 1 BA HOUSE Carpet LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 964-7408
964-5826 days. 964-5822 after 5:30. living room formal dining, 4-BR 3 BA throughout. Center St. 225,00month.1st JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK. JR.964-7188
Itch" "/6 on 5-40 acre working ranch 3 barns 2 PROPERTY and security deposit Days 964-4315 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319 NOVIS WARD 964.7454
rental homes 2 wells Improved Evenings 475.15046/6 stpd 6/13 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 DAVID DODGE 96 .5370

MOTORCYCLES pasture fenced cross fenced. All or RENTLEASEFOR FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM APART: Utilities
part. By apt. 9644144. 6/6 Itpd furnished. No children and No pets.
OPEN HOUSE: Sat 8th Sun. 9th 12 p.m. SALE OR LEASE: IN STARKE Two 964-5970 6/6 tfn chg ".PT, FOR RENT 1-BR, 403 N. Walnut St.NORTH CAROLINA VACATION CABINS:
1983 KLT-200 3 wheeler w/wlndshleld 5 p.m. 41 acre farm with creek story building 7500 sq ft on corner of 3 BR HOME: Nice, quiet neighborhood '75/month. No pets Ph-964-5276. Fur US 441 between Sylvia 8 Cherokee
800.00 Call after 5 pm 782.3366 6/6 beautiful pecan grave 120 producingtrees. Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel shady lot. $350.00 monthly 964-7616 nished. 6/6 2tpd 6/13 N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near:
1,350 ft. of highway frontage on ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. after 10 AM 6/6 Itpd HOUSE( FOR RENT:3 BR, 2 BATH.fIshing, hiking. Blue Ridge Parkway
State Rd. 16E- Starke. Farm house, 7 5/30 tfn CB 3 BR HOUSE: A/C. fireplace FF dishwasher, Garbage disposal, double Mining New 2br Cablns-Furn Sunset
LOSTFOUNDFOUND large rooms 2 baths, hardwood floors, Refrigerator and stove good location, carport and fenced back yard In town. Farm Rd. Cabins Rt 1 Box 216.C Whittier .
fireplace, high ceilings screened WANTEDBOAT lots of storage $275. a month security $425/month. 964-4236 6/6tfnchg NC. 28789 1-704-497-2200 6/6 4tpd

: Small white female dog with porch 2-story barn storage shed, two deposit required. Call 964-6968 _..6127Portable
brown spots face trimmed In black. 'car garage near Camp Blanding. Will TRAILER: for 16 ft boat 782-3973 6/6-6/27 4tchg
Vacinlty King LK. 468.2372 6/6 2tpd divide. 904-964-4491 6. tpd after 6. Outboard Motor for 16 ft boat FOR RENT 2 Br, Totally remodeled Bsndl'nslsaMS'
782.3973 after 6. 5/30 2tchg 6/6 3use for rent. New central air heat
6/13 .
FOR RENT 2-BR MH on private tree stvd- new everything, full basement. $270 .J Buildings
** ** ** * *** ded lot on Griffis Loop also Farm House month 1st and lost $200 deposit .1 US 301 1 South Slarke 964-6020

PARENTS )} for Rent after 6 pm. 468-2374 6/6 2tchg 9644073. 964-8848, 473-3627 6/6 tchg
-FOSTER 613CUSTOM __ SMALL: BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: furnished CURLES CYCLES
on large private lot. Call ,
NEEDED DECK & BACKYARD 964-76256/6 l Hod Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24

Outdoor Wood Furniture OFFICE SPACE 1 office or more, 1.1 br, :
Sunshine ..
For adult males attending Wood Decks 'Wood Play Sets apt, 2-2 br apt., all located at 606 W ,
Financial Craftsmanship Madison At. Call for appointment, days ______ __ 4
Industries Workshop. )} Quality Collect 904- 473-3133 904-249-4251 6/6
Al Reasonable Prices
2tchq 6/13 1361-4 BR, 2 ba. on 5 acres, stocked
? subsidy available. )} _496-3422 Janet M. pond newly remodeled Inside.
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IT Call Bob Larimer, Director )} StarlingRealtor Owner financing.
ba. home In ,
1395-2 Br, I country
Bradford .ARC 964.7699 )} Shop & Compare!! I Plumbing Supplies: workshop fruit trees, furnished,

** ***** SXfial 1 Insurance for much Included In sal*.
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** Parks inside limits, zoned
Mohilv: Homo From VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. 2 Ac. Hwy 1396-20 ac. city
"All I>|X'* ..r' home" 125S49.000. Mobile Home Park furnished 2 BR.

..... - ..... owners policies or Durrance -5 ACRES: $11,000; 10 ACRES home, plans already approved In.

VACUUM mobile homos $22,000. cluded in sale.1386.Mobile .
& \. 14.87 ACRES: Well ..ptlCtank. 17x15 home on 2 ac. 100
Call for Quote
SALE I Pump Tolman pool f.nced/cro..f.nc.d. West, 18000.
:Under New Management Olin's Mobile $24.000. 1385-15 ac. ranchette, horse barn
NEW & USED I Supply Co. -4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. pool 3 BR, 2 ba. brick horn. V.ry

We Finance Our Own mmU I Home Solos IS Ac.: Pv'd frntg. 12500. nice. -
U.S. 301 N.-861 N. TempleElaine 10611
KIKBYS M. Olin Agent St..... Florida '20 Ac.:: Cov'd In pines *
I '50 Ac. 50000. i.; |M N.Temple Ave;
EUREKASRVAI.S PINE FOREST mmI I I I 964.5606 I '3 BR, 1 BA: Country $25,500. : tBi Sferhe.FI 32091'
'LiQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE ; STROUTREALTY
HOOVERS COUNTYTELEGRAPH
1 BRADFORD i We Drill Wells 'SERVICE STATION $40,000

2" to 6" State) Licensed '

.FILTERt1UEE1SAPARTMENTS t I I 964-6305 : ,. |> P.O.((904))Drawer 702.3931 M mCCMPOIATIOMOKM

COMMERCIAL I -- !. :viI !II lnwt.v 944-1911 473-3094
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AI Young'sSince I 1.2 13 Bedroom.Apts. II Slack Hourtnap! & Associates 3nc. I Carpet (Any Scotchgard


1957 From 160" & Up I I r Realtor/Builder,-- 473-7060 Room $1495 Is

964.6918 I variety of Lots & Acreage) In the hill region of Bradford'.' CleanmgFlorida & Hal) Available

3 Miles north_ Io I 12 3 Bedrooms Available How | I I I |i.Large Co. A few Duplex & Triplex Lot water*. No systems septic tank. Owner mound financing. paved Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. .

Our community
road SERVICES OFFERED
Ii : Palatka and PROFESSIONAL -
Gainesville Jacksonville
'from $3950" Central to
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Starke: I WI specialize In cteantog and re-dyeing of wal to wal carpal furniture cleanIng .

should be submitted I JVA and Inside auto detailing. Wa offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality

County to Telegraph the Bradford of- Gr I Ill I Beautiful Golf Course Lots work at low.low prices. Can now to make an appointment. .

lice ''n writing and : 1530 W. gafllfonpaid. Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

'unless. In credit advance I. I 151A1N0eSIN/ 'holl 984-8312 I I I Priced from $10,950 Call 964.4997 -, Call .

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Heights Ads "' 11"I' --,.-. FOR RENT Union County Ads "Iif I "" ,, '.

.. IBR APARTMENT On lake 'taswa. ..
.:,I't";:'! ,' Partly furnished, $IB5 per month. Coll' YARD

,} CARS TRUCKS FORENT 4733652. 2tchg 6/6.6/13' PERSONAL SERVICES: FOR RENT SALE
, 2BR MOBILE HOME For rent on Lake
,
\ & BOATS HEIGHTS Geneva. By week or month. 4734436. BALI Saturday, June 8. Sofa,
KEYSTONE Itchg 6/6 DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES GARAGE
REALTY Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 coffee table" fans and many more
im VW.RABBIT 4 door, automatic, air. Rental Property Available pumps, new Installation of septic Main Street lake Butler, phone Items. 770 N.E. 1 Street. ltpd6/6
$1,500. 473-7989. Itchg 6/6 I BR, 2 BA Lak. Santa Fe. Unfurnished. MOBILE HOMESMUST tanks, drain fields and lift station. 496.2261 for Information. tfn BIG YARD BALI Saturday June 8 Furniture
It FOOT SKI BOAT trailer and motor. No pets. $400 p.r month. Mobil. home poles available. All work, Concrete block 3 bedroom house. and clothing. Off of Hwy 121, on

Motor needs work. $800. .473-4374. 2 BR, 2 BA -Gator bone lake Completely SELL 1983 DW Mobile Home: guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman Available olt.r'Jun. 3. Call 496-2236- Hwy 18 near Worthington Springs at'
alter .4 p.m. Itchg 6/6 furnished $400 per month and $400 24x56, 3BR/2BA, CH&A, furnished, 375-2151. tfn9/l or 496.3640 after S P.M. 1tchg5/30 Skip's house ( first house on left on

""" security deposit shingled roof, large front- deck NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and Country home 3 bedroom, 1 bath near Hwy 18)). 1tchg6/6
FOR SALE OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center. w/lakeview, approx. 1 acre, excellent pruning. Also firewood oak and pine Lake Butler Central) H/A partially fur
$200 month and $200 security for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 4963823.
per condition. Assumable mortgage. S. nished. Available July 1. Call FOR SALE

SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS: PVCpipes deposit. Melton, 4737741. 4/4 tfnchg tIn 1222ATTENTION 1.372.1953 or 1-262-1791.. 1tchg5/30
and fittings. Water softeners. 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages. C.O.'S'Young mother will MOBILE HOME LOTS 7 to choose from In CONSOLE
By week or month. babysit In home at the prison. Flexible ZENITH COLOR TV In
LIKE NEW my addition. Powells Mobile
Ace Hardware. Keystone Hgts., DOUBLEWIDE 3 our new .
Bryan : .
unfurnished BR 2 BA, beautiful walnut cabinet was $749.99
.473-4006. 5/24. tlnchg LAKE BROOKLYN 3BR, 1BA CHSA, nice deck. Lake prl'vllages days and hours, all ages. Coll Home Village, 496.3377
$275 per month. located .431-1077 after 6 P.M.:6/6 2tchg 6/13 6/6,6,3,6,0,6/27 now only $328.60 or take over small
Hammond 5000 series near Post
MUST SACRIFICE Master
IN KEYSTONE 28R, 1BA, unfurnished. Vlllago. near BABYSITTING Will care for your child In payments of $21.20 per month. Interested
base
with double keyboard, owner will "nonc
organ $225 per month. /ri/ 473.2566 my home In the Provldence/Wor- parties call collect for Mr. ,

pedals 473-2210 and weekdays rhythm section or, $795..473-4648. Call. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, 6/6-6/132tchg thington area. All ages, have first aid REAL ESTATE White at 755.0945 before 5 P.M. 2tpd
Licensed R.ol Estate Broker 473.4961 license and references, Call 4963116. 5/30.6/6
weekends for appointment to see tfn OUT OF AREA
WANTED Responsible to takeover 6/21 tfnchg PETS 6/6 2tchg 6/13 WANTED Responsible party to take over
party
: terms. Can be Will do housework, dusting, mopping, spinet piano. Easy terms. Can be seen

spinet locally piano.Write:Easy Credit Manager, P. 2BR FURNISHED Mobile home No pets, FREE KITTENS Please help us find good girl Friday type work.'Call .496-3116.. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY locally Write: Credit Manager, P.O.

O.seen Box 612, Astor, FL 32002. 2tchg Melrose area. $170 per month and homes for two sets of adorable twins. 2tchg 6/13 ? If I don't have it, I'll find It- Just Box 612 Astor, FL 32002. ltchg6/6
deposit. 16846634. 5/16 tfnchg Call 4732380. itpd66MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT: ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. CHICKEN HOUSES 3.30'x500' houses and
53066BLUEBERRIES 70 LAKE GENEVA Large 2BR, 2BA house in 496-2126 or 496.2903, eves. "YOUR equipment. Very good condition. Price
You pick, cents W.a city limits. Completely furnished, color 3 BEDROOM, I bath house in Ralford. UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn 8/04 negotiable. Call Bobby Parrlsh,
Pick
$l anytime.
pound-we pick cable TV, central H/A large deck. No $165 mo. plus security deposit. 4963465. 5/302tchg6/6
H,, Dukes, Grandm. 6592233. 2tchg pets $350 per week. 1.282.9361.4tchg 4311455. |'tpd 5/23 BRUNSWICK POOL TABLE slate top, ping

6/6.6/13 and 6 feet high. Hur 5/23-6/13 PAC RAT Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture CARS & TRUCKS pong table top and all accessories. Excellent
DOG PEN-8x10. FOR RENT OR SALE On Lake Geneva. appliances, household Items "NEED TRANSMISSION": rebuilt condition. $600. Call Bobby Par
ricane fence 473-4436. I Itchg 66LAND 2BR furnished. No pets if rental. collectable, glassware old jewerly, transmission for $150 w/warronty, 1979 FORD F.150, 4x4 truck. Automatic rlsh, .496.3465.5302tchg66FOR
473.2455. 5/30 tfnchgStarke tools etc 473-2183 tlnchg 7/26 (most cars) also do standards and A/C, chrome wheels, $2995 or best offer SALE 4 ponies; 1 mare with foal 4
SALE foreign. Call 272.7607 6/6.6/27 4tchg 4963107keep trying. Hpd6/6 weeks old, a 1 year old 1 stallion. Call


lake. 13500. HOMES FOR SALE JOHN 496-2589.DEERE 1tpd6/6 M. tractor with some equipment
LAKE LOT Hillcrest VEGETABLES: Green tomatoes for fry. BIRDS: For sale or trade cockatoos, fl
Owner will finance. $164 per month. I I Ads Ing squash green beans okra turnips parakeets, cockatells, African Grays 2 I $1250. 1975 Dodge Van $850.
Geese. Call 4963359. I ltpd6/6
.
473-4367 tfnchg. 12'6PERSONAL rabbits live or dressed. Call Mulocan, and cages. Need lawn | GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (you FOR SALE BLUEBERRIES: You pick 70'

WANTEDBOAT 964.4536 5/30 2tphg 6/6 !mower or air condition Etc. 964.7628GO repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call cents per pound. We pick. 95 cents per
SERVICES CART: 3 hrp go cart, $100 or best offer. 6/6 2tpd 6/13 -805-687-6000 ext. GH-1136 for in pound. 3 miles north on 238 or call
FOR SALE: Sealy double bed mattress,
9644536. 5'30 2tchg 6/6 formation. 5/09 6tpd 6/13 496.39356/66/13
TRAILER for 16 ft boot, 782.3973 SEA EAGLE INFLATABLE BOAT: 10 X 4 box springs, 8 frame less than 2 years Norwegian brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath Johnny Arnold freezer
work, : FOR SALE: Large, upright good
WORK Remodeling old. $50 call 964.62516/6
CARPENTER after 6. Outboard Motor for 16 ft boat like new. Pump, (Oars and Seats $100 Itpd home with large shed In Providencearea. condition. $200 firm. 496.2 968 6/6 6/13
kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. 964.6653 6/6 1 tpd Call 1.752.5152.5/30 6/6
Call 473-4018 after 782.3973 after 6.5'30 2tchg 6/6 2tpd RCA VIDEO DISC PLAYER: two discs,
Reasonable prices. COLOR and Starke FOR SALE
WANTED: Hairstyling or Barber's Chair TV $99 up. Next to $150.00. 496-2404 6/6
5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg Call 964.4645 6/6 tfn Truck Stop, south of Starke. 964-8212. .
CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and In..tollatlon. Hairplanes I II 24 tin TRAILERS. TRAILERS. TRAILERS: 5'>c8' LOSTFOUNDLOST

.. Free estimates. Ten years PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted responsible utility trailer; $650; 16' dozer trailer, FRIDAY NIGHT
experience. Call .473-4217. and ask for FOR SALE party to take over spinet piano. Easy $1,700, 16' utility trailer $970; 16' lawn DOG Small, female beagle Lost In

Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Terms. Can be seen locally. Write trailer. $1,125, 10' lawn single axle Worthington Springs area, no collar.
HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs, PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM: Credit Manager P.O. Box 612, Astor, trailer, $878: 16' car hauler $1,150; 6 Please call 4963107. hpd66INSURANCE AUCTIONSR16(1BikoffUS301)
mobilehome repairs, and fix-up needs.No C.E. Hicks 1-879-4024. Hilliard. Flo 5/9 Fl. 32002 5/30.6/6 2tchg ft. ramps $100. Olin's, Mobile Home
job too small. Minor plumbing 5/30 RIDING MOWER: Snapper lawnmower Center. Rd. 100 W. Starke. 9645606. '

repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul- CAMPER 4tchg 1978 35' fifth, wheel American Electric start and manual 964-7611. 1/10 tfn ( )
Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. self. 5/30 6/6 2tchg FOR SALE: North Face Parka witn hood
Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully
5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE contained, price 5332411. Call CHICKEN HOUSES: 8 houses, Big dutchman waterproof, light, good to below zero, MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY! 160 S. June 7 1985
AND ANTIQUE refinishing tfn neg. Automatic Equipment 9646182. pay 210. asking' 75 size 42.44 6 months Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. ,
5/16
after 6
Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac p.m. Arthur 5/30.6/6 2tchg old. Jans-Port Alum. frame backpackFOR Complete Insurance Service tfn
ROLLS OF HAY: Fresh cut Alecia.
473-2521. tfnchg 1/24 Gaskins, 782.3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn SALE: Heavy duty Weed trimmer paid 80 asking 40.00 6 months old. 7:30: p.m.
CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior; exterior Feather filled mountain sleeping
army
SIMCO SADDLE for pleasure riding. Excellent with brush cutter. $65.00 964.6653 6/6
? references. Call. 473.7517 3/14 cond. $250. 964-6305 before Itpd bags with snap on cover rated to 20 Move in for Under New Management

tfnchg Ask for Monte. 5/30 2tpd 6/06 ZENITH T.V.: Nice Walnut console degrees. Paid 70 asking 35. 6 months
FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE Reflnlshlng TRAVEL noon. TRAILER: 14 ft., self contained, Chroma color. Works like new $250.00 old. used 4 times. 964.74106/6 Itchg 141.64 Consignments Wanted
.
Stains, oils S polyurethene finishes.Caning. week. 964.5907 Itchg COCKER PUPS AKC cocker pups for
for sale rent by day or
Call Joanne after 9 p.m. or sale; Buff color call 10:00: a.m. 4,00 NEW & USED ACCEPTEDWant
9646974. 5/23 2tchg 5/30 FOR SALE: ((1)I) 5 ft. 3 pt. hitch harrow disc If qualify, one back
4732086. 4tpd 5/23.6/13 BRADFORD LIMEROCK $245,00 ((1)I) 12 ft. alum gate $30.00 ((1)I) p.m. 964-8169 Price negotiable. 6/6 you pay
P&M GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing SALES 100m gal galv. tub $30.00 all In good Itchg payment of '141.64 and movein. Action e H.ve.1I Auction

Tilling, Beach work. 4737607. 5/2 Llmerock & Fill Dirt condition. 964.56736/6 Itpd AIR CONDITIONERS: 1/2 ton. 1 ton 1 1/2 1985 14 wide 2 br. home. CaL Walter F. Opdyke, Jr., Auctioneer
tfnchg 20 yd. semi-loads only FOR SALE: Bolens 4 wd Dies*,! Tiuctor. ton, 2 ton window units. Call 964-8775 Household Farm Liquidation
UNIVERSITY OF VA. STUDENT Kelly after 6/6-6/13 2tchg Wood siding, furnished, appliances -
Phone 782-3172 S/23tfchg backhoe, front ertu loader disc, bush Auctioneers Note: Bring your own chair.
Newson, is available for tutorii, !>\g'> high SWEET CORN: Silver Queen merit hog. 3 sd. PTO. Hyd lift Cost new 1980 FOR SALE: Black vinyl I sofa ((2)) rocking carpet, deliveredand WE PREFER CASH
school or elementary students. Call Jubilee for $14,000 will trade up or down on motor chair for two, old oak desk, 1 large old
silkless,
4752841.. 2tpd 53066RICK'S freezer.golden$1.25 queen.doz $5.00 bushel. home. 964.4073 964-8848 473.3627 6/6 bookcase cabinet you choice $50.00 set up with 1 yr. warranty.

LAWN SERVICE Mowing and all your JIM FAULKNER 9646534. 5/30 2tpd 6/6 Itclig 964-76876/6 l Itpd Call I Mr. Ford at 14737237.

types of yard work. Reasonable rates SWEET CORN: Silver Queen Corn 2 ALLIS CHAMBERS TRACTORS: 1 in good FOR SALE: Two full blooded Norwegian Steve BroadwayTREE
4734512.. 2tchg 530.66 Elkhound pups, females born on May 3
964.6558, or 964-8122 after 5 or condition with hydraulic lift, 1 for parts
MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, barstools weekends. 5/31 2tchg 6/6 and equipment $1500.00 964.8306 for $50 ea. 964-6968 6/6-6/18 3tchg 300.00 SERVICE
camper beds. No job too small. 66132tchgBLUEBERRIES VEGETABLES: Corn, string beans peas,
Addison Upholstery 4732452.. 4tchg FRESH VEGETABLES: Home grown. corn okra butter beans fordhooks. Removal'
tomatoes, bluberries, etc 964-7550 or and Move InIf
6/6.6/27 964.68216/6 Itpd
964.6488,5/30 2tpd 66BULLDOZER Trimming
MOTHER OF 2 YR OLD BOY wants to 1981) bolens 4WD DIESEL TRACTOR: 3

keep your child in her home Monday- speed PTO, Hyd lift, fron end loader you qualify, pay one '300.00 Stump HiMiioviil: )
Friday .473-7919 Itchg 6/6 Longneckers Farm six ft. back hoe, disc and bush hog, 230 Firewood
will trade for closing cost and move in. 1985
hrs,
orlg. cost )4,000 car
BINGO SPARK SUNDAY: 145 on Hwy 441 WORKFill U or We Pick I Free Estimatu
or motor home. 964-6020, 964-8848, 14x70 3 Br., 2 bath. Frost free
1 mile North past Highway Patrol Station / 4 miles W. of
CR-1469
Dirt & Clay Earleton. 964.4073 keep trying 6/6 Itchg 473-4732
19 June refrig., garden tub, catherdral
74th Place May
2604 NW
Melrose A 2 miles N. of SR26. FOURTEEN AIR CONDITIONING WIN
2, .16, 30. 3750251. 5/9 5tchg, 6/27. DOW UNITS RANGING FROM 6,000 ceilings, furnished, and free After 5 P.M.
-- Tim Murrhee Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sun
BTU to 22,000 BTU. 964-6831 6/6 Itpd
"NEED TRANSMISSION WORK": Rebuilt Keystone HeIghts d.: : 468.2483 also FOURTEEN AIR CONDITIONING WIN delivery and set up. Monthly Keystone Heights

transmission lor $150 w/warranty, 475-1151 or 4732702. DOW UNITS RANGING FROM 6,000 payments $216.62.. Call Mr. Licensed & Insured

(most cars) also standards and foreign. 473.4175 BTU to 22.000 BTU. 964.6831 6/6 Itpd Ford 1-473-7237.
Call 272.7607 6/6.6/27 4tchg

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FREE FREE FREE, FREE I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA ,

I Stock up now for winter I

I Firewood.Hardwood & Pine I Applications are now being taken for Times-Union Morning RealtorFormerly

I For Information: I Paper Route. Applicants must be able to post a cash bond, FAULKNER REALTY

OfWilliam I Call 964-7701 or 964.8421 I 221 W. Lafayette St.-Ask for Susan

P. Dealers Welcome! I have reliable transportation and a telephone. Mon.-Frl.8:30 .", .-5:30p.m.

Duffy L. __ ____ __ ____.. Fri.COMPLETELY I Saturday 9 a.m.to 12 noon
CALL 964.5164 8 to 5 Mon.- .

ANTIQUESFarm ",, 964-5065

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HELP WANTED: .. : -
.e"" "Take Advantage)of Our Exclusive
DRIVERS :
babes
equipmentleaded Over.The-fload e /"W* e NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM

crystal, china, "ALWAYS GOOD" REMODELED Seller says take over$12,000.00 Mtg and he will trade his$25,000 equity for

silver, collectables, "NOW EVEN BETTERI" Lake Property

tools fur- NEW 2 BR House with Full Basement. New Heat Pump Duct work, wiring, plum. *3BR/2BA C/H&A. Fireplace and 4 1/2 acres.

appliances, Progreiilve pay plan bing, carpets, kitchen cabinets Everything. *3BR II BA close to the Middle School. Owner financing.

niture, misc. House- Fuel Bonus Plan W. Madison St. 3BR/2BA/21/2 baths fireplace, formal LR, formal DR. l large

hold items dirt bike Per Diem Expense Credit Will trade for bare land or lakefront "nd equity of $25,000 and assume fenced yard.
*Thinking of starting blueberry farm. look at this 17 acres with 2 wells.
1978 Internationalsemi PLUS Mtg. of 12,000 with 193 per mo. p >,ments. CR 225 40 acres and 2 Irg Wells Proven productabllity.

Unique Tractor Bonus 50 acres, large barn and well fenced

& flat bed. Excellent Benefits CALL. 964-6020. *WATERFRONT LOTSOwner financing with 15 percent down. Broker Owner

Top-Notch Equipment .. Commercial property. Hwy 16, 2 blocks from Hwy 301 $36,000 Warehouseand
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*And Much Morel' r ... ... e : Frame house Included. '
Orange Heights e. e. e", It Pine breeze S/D- BR 11/2 BA- Perfect for the first time investment Pricedin

I If you are a professional over-the- the $30'..

Pecan Nursery I road semi driver, with minimum two Small acerage- Nice Counrty Setting la. 21/2, or 3 acre parcels.
I Peaceful 5 acre homesite Lake Butler.
o-t-r experience, we invite
years you
2 Blocks East of 301 Country living in 4 BR Farm
I Team. Our House In 10 acres Priced In the 30's
to join our Clay Hyder standards -
on SR 26 Business Property 3 ac with Hwy entrance also 5 oc "lust reduced".
are high, but we're worth !Itl
*81/2 ac Farm, with permanent roof only $37,900 with discount"Well worthIt"

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468-1573 CLAY HYDER *3 BR/2BA DW on 1 ac. Furnished many extras, ,

Trucking Lines, Inc. REALTOR" *Owner financed- 3BR I BA C/B home on approx 1 Iocr. close to town.

8.5 June 1.9 Aubtirndale, Ra. *We ore offering the Winkler properly on Center street, Excellent Investment

p.m. 1-800-282-9881 JANE S._USHER
EOE M/F/ Realtor *Approx. 31/2 acre with Immaculate 2BR 1BA home with many extras
Your Union County
Acerage Hampton area, 1000.00 per acre.
"'6.2903
496-2126 or Imagine home with 1 acre In town. Very convenient location.,

it.Quality MO W.Main St.,Joke. Butler Excellent area, home with hardwood floors. CH/A large recreation room.

FLORILANDREALTY *35 acres priced right 5700000. _

It Tree Service, Now Is the time to look at this property. Pasture with pecan trees and comfortable

farm house, fences and dug pond..
"Quality Workat For A Lotta Change In Scenery, But With Few Dollars *DalewoodEverything, Immaculate 3BR 2BA FP Cathedral Ceiling In great

Reasonable Rates" 964.7700 Down..Buy yourself some of the Countryside. Choose clearedor room, other extras

Fully Licensed & Insured 393 N. Tempi Ave wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have It ALL FOR | *Kingsley Lake Home For Sale Now! Newer home 3/21 Fireplace with lovely

12-Year ResidentOf Vernle P, Odom SALE...I In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. shady wooded lot and It's very own pathway to the Lake |lust for you
Brak.r.GRItroll.rs *Check out this farm home with 18.9 acres partly wooded S partly I cleared
15%
Bradford County With 10 Yrs. to pay at the going interest rate, and only Reduced to sell just North of Starke. .

"The One To Call '-- for rent down, you can buy 1 /a to 3 Ac. parcels or up to 60 Ac. Owner 1( *Don't rent. own this nice home In Stark. for only $25,300

Before It Falls"STARKE. Dream Place 52 AC plus road Iran- financed near Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. CALL FOR AP- | *REDUCED! REDUCED I 147 acres with brick home |lust 4 miles from Starke property

tage on 2 sides and 3 BR 2Vi Ba POINTMENT TO SEE... Is very private and adjoined by timber company land. This could be the.

home. HOMES WITH ACREAGE excellent buy you've been waiting for.

For Sole: TrallerA Lot. Owner financing. This attracI I *Beautiful pasture lond-Brooker-4 acres with lovely wooded ravine which
Super fine home with pool. Ext. la. Den with stone fireplace. very leads to a cool refreshing stream.

Small House App. 1 ac. In country tlve secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low Interest rate on First Mortgage that can *Great Buy In Brooker cute home for only $32,500
lakeButter.
limits of
Corner lot 3 BR 1 I. In City; be assumed by qualified buyer. For app?. call now..qiose to city j *Cool dips In Hillcrest Lake just outside Keystone Heights.' Newer home ofi

FLA. i cedar with view from deck. '
lovely
; Desired Area 3 BR 1 BA, assume decorated a
FOR SALI OR RENT Mtg. Brick Home..ln Town..3 Ac..SPACIOUS. 4 fireplaces, beautifully Your "G.t Started Home" A cozy 3Br |uat the right sl.. for a young couple.

Four 1200 'so,. ft bldg. $200" per .B.s.ant ltd 3 BR 2 BA, with 2."*ac. Investment? *Frame home on 7 acres, 2 wells and septic, pond very good teams.
will finance. Priced
I .3 BR home 1 block from Main St.: lake Butter. Owner right. *2 for MH. $15,000' -
Condition acres ready your
month. Ideal for ,contractor, auto 'In Country 2 homes.xc. ,
., Terms negotiable Owner says SELL.. i *Beautiful lot I In Hampton Oaks
repair light mlg., storage, lumberyard owner financeLawson I landicaped .
Raiford area. Beautifully -
3 BR home on lovely country rood |ust outside J
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machine' ehop.O I Bldg' much value for few 1 Ac. Property is partially fenced, also barn and storage shed foci' Pricedto Susan Faulkner Reddish.RIALTOI *
INFO CAUi dollar sell. Sales(Manager-Evenings ti4-404
Ready to move in..Call today.
Homestead ".2 ac. rood frontageon
/Waving/ to Alachua? Have nice home and 1 Ac. available Owner moving out, REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene
Mc000GALLAUCTION two sides..Ig. barn good land. of area. Ready to sell. Call for appt. to SEE. Corner lot with beautiful country L. Faulkner 944-1142 'Illse John SM-2$1 6

CO., INC., LOOKING FOR LAND i I' scenery across the road makes this home o delightful one to sell. ...Slemer 473-2120 I"aann.Kltchen.44-7430
1(1 Ac. Bradford Co.l 198 Ac.Union Bob Matthew 94-72 Lou Veung 944-712S

1.t0.4.716-19" ,114 Ac. Union Co.. Carol Warner,44-4 TJKeystone --'-
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!t Strong winds whipped up whitecaps on area lakes Saturday morning
"..: ',,?: but not bc.'ore about a group of local boy scouts and some avid fishermen
joined forces for
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: : boys Saturday Heights Scout Troop 105, and it started promptly at 7 .
a.m. morning when the young fishermen piled into a colorful array -
{ of boats, along with the seasoned anglers of the bass club as their
I < guides, and eased out into the dark waters of Lake Santa Fe.
eN One club member went with each scout in a boat of their.own, and the
a combination of seasoned veterans and young scouts made the tourna- .
ment a learning experience just as much as it was a competitive one.The
club members were free with their advice about lures, the art of
casting(and hitting the right spots), boating handling and safety and all
the other little things that make sport fishing so popular.

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Ii Tireless. worker searches for homes for exchange studentsBy

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) Anne}f. Sponholtz Foreign Friendship also offers the new friend and the family which will Friendship (idid not have a local'
opportunity for a total exchange pro- be hosting them during their stay. representative this year,-the program
J A rare and exciting opportunity gram. The total exchange program After three weeks of living with the for this area is being limited to
exists this summer for area works like this: Mexican and U.S. family in Mexico,the U.S.and Mexican U.S. families hosting the Mexican
families. If you have children aged children are carefully matched for children return to the states and children.Ms.Lyons is working as an
t, 8.13 you can open your home and the most suitable exchange. The the Mexican child stays for three unpaid coordinator because of her
hearts for three'weeks to a young U.S. children are chaperoned to weeks with the U.S.child's family.
J Mexican child of similar age. 1 Mexico City where they meet their However because Foreign See..Exchange Page uNorman's
t Foreign Friendship, as the pro- .
f gram's name implies,is a way to extend -- -IE I
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children from Mexico City.Through
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area by Sandy Lyons, 22 Mexican
children will be the guests of
American families who have r '
children of corresponding ages. 1 Market
"The children will be coming from
Mexico City.They are from what we
would term,middle class families," U.S. 301 South 964-6071
''j explained Ms.Lyons. "Each child is .
insured,and they will have their own "The Country Store For More"
spending money." ,' Open 8:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Mon. thru. Sot.
Before being chosen for the program Compare Our Prices & Save//////
the Mexican children were r
carefully screened. Ms. Lyons said We Accept USDA Food Stamps
the Foreign Friendship staff interviewed :
the children, their family \
and their teachers before they were
finally selected for the program.The Lip't i
children are due to arrive at
the airport! in Tampa for their three
week visit July 9,and Ms.Lyons said ..
she feels sure each child has at least -- 1. .1\ i.TL WTaeV3
some language.command of the English 4 ,

"The goal of this program is not to '' T
take the children to every tourist at ; ,, I USDA WESTERN CHOICE BEEF I .' fc
traction in Florida but to let the .A- ...
children life .or. ......
experience family !' L t'f f
situations in the U.S.," said Ms. .:J' f. .... ..w'Sandy/ .. ....,. BONELESS I: CALIFORNIA 4l o
Lyons.
The Mexican child en are carefully I .; .' ,,-or Chuck Roast I;I Roast %..
Lyons
matched with their U.S. counter- ...-" I \
part according sex, age and in- '
terests explained Ms.Lyons.Should / X1.39 I $1.59
a any major problems develop during ( Ib. )'
the three week visit Ms. Lyons will .! _
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be -- --1--w--- ..
available to provide her help as -; .
may be needed.If -; '.. Lykes I Lykes 16 oz. ,
think be interestedin .-. I '
you you may
participating in Foreign Friend- 0 FINANCING Hot Dogs : Bologna
ship, you may contact Sandy Lyonsat
her Melrose home, 475 1082.Ms. BEEF or REG I
Lyons advises that,due to the paper ON ALL 2 WHEEL PICIt l1PS
work involved and correspondence $1.49 I $1.59
necessary between the U.S. and Pk
Mexica,if you have a desire to serveas
a host family for one of these
'. her children immediately,it would as be the wise children to contact will 1985 CIERA SEDANAT FAMILY PACK STEAK SALE I 1 FAMILY PACK PORK SALE I ICUBE'
ALL USDA WESTERN Nfi F
r be arriving July 9. A/C. Tilt Wheel. Radio
Sliced 1/2 Pork Center Cut
Lease for 22000 Me.. FILET i
LOINCHOPS PORKCHOPS

NEW OWNERS 5 Or Buy For 5stock STEAK MIGNON

Tina'sTurntable $ Q "7 Q O 0 0 plus tax & tag stock' $ -| 99Ib.
$399
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BonelessShoulder California t

1985 CELEBRITY SEDANAT Boneless ; PORK Quick FryPORK

I' A/C, Sport Mirror AM/FM

,; _. .. "" ',. Lease for $91 A00 MO.,*. "" STEAK STEAK.' ., \ tAu .jSTEAKCHOPS. ., .

-', Six ., -.. 'i. $, :
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choose Or Buy For choose o 1 I Ib. Ib.

RE-OPENS from $ 9439 from Boneless : Country Style Lykes 8 oz.
plus tax & tag GROUNDCHUCK
STEW
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WednesdayNew I PORKRIBS COOKEDHAM

'.4t Month doted end re ate.First payment due si rttimg ind small security deposit Plus BEEF :

Hours: tan 8 Be.with approved credit. $ l J79Ib. $1291b I $

I I; $119 Ib. l79Ib.

10:00 a.m. to U.S. HIGHWAY 301CHEVYOIDS I
fAMILY PACK CHICKEN SALE I ac"r zsct'de& :

9:00'p.m.. 1901. TEMPLE A VE.N.
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; Ask about I ; Grade A Thighs, Wings .. &r D (0 L@ :

LEGQUARTERS DRUMSTICKS '
V.I.P Club ; STAR! GREEN CRISP GOLDEN

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T.G.&Y..plans changesThe Inspection report: : on area restaurants '; ', I


The following restaurants were in- '
LILSKF.IU'ERS; : Bread stored Unlabelled chemical in bottle. '
name won't change, but the pearance with light gray walls and spected by the Bradford County at improper height off floor. Floor Cross spray lory.K.D.'s
inside of Health Department during HRS Se- connection with hose connected PLACE:: New restaurantthis
Starke's T. G. & Y. Family red striping.As drain
missing cover. Unapproved to and '' '
spigot on ground.POWELL's quarter. '
cond (January-March
Center Quarter
will soon display a lively new much merchandise as possible, knife holder. Can opener dirty. Ice DAIRY FREEZE: KELLY'S NIGHT LIMIT:
look 1985)
and
a better merchandise mix. without damaging the store's scoops stored
appearance incorrectly. Windows with
no customers Satisfactory
taken from open
The information was
This
remodel, which is
will begin on or convenience, CAPTAIN D's
: Improper
present. Roaches in KENTUCKY
present during FRIED
Thurs., May 31, is one of 150 planned displayed on the sales floor with the inspector's records. files The, which inspection are dispensing of ice. Hood vent over spection. Single service utensils improperly CHICKEN: Drain covers broken -
& public
by T. G. Y. Stores Co. in 1985 some displays reaching from floor to deep
reports reflect a health appraisal fryers greasy. No towels covered. Uncovered food in need to be replaced. Door frame to
company-wide. The store will re ceiling.This helps maintain a better and/or soap for kitchen handsink. coolers.RICHARD'S. storeroom
i.KOCH's
inadequately
made the of the repaired.
at time
main open while work is done in in-stock position and provide better may not be the current inspectionand health CA Tl<'ISH's SANDWICH SHOP: BURGER HUT: DRUGS: Ice cream and
12-hour
shifts to prepare for the July service to customers. status of the establishment. Some of Door opened. Fan in men's and women's restroomnot meat freezer dirty with encrusted
21 grand opening date.The remodel Some departments have been ex- CEDAR RIVER SEAFOOD
: working. Ice machine left food particles. Roaches
the restaurants will receive a open. present on
ing cost averages about$2 a panded and others trimmed to offer New restaurant this
foot. square scheduled "call back" inspection to quarter. Can opener and meat slicer dirty. inspection. Floor under wooden mat
the types of merchandise wanted by CHICKEN FACTORY: Un- Unwrapped and/or improperly
"We made these changes for our the residents of Starke. assure the health violations were covered food In cooler.COOTER's wrapped meat in cooler. Food on dirty.McDONALD's Food stored
corrected and others will be required : at
customers Vice President, Jim McKitrick, Senior Robert Ward has been managing to make corrections prior to BBQ: Changed floor in cooler and freezer. Freezer improper height off floor in freezer
Discount Division.of Store Operations the Starke store for 3 years. He has the next routine inspection of the ownership during quarter. floor dirty with food store and cooler. Nine sausage patties
changes make "The physical been with T.G. &Y.for 11 years and Health Department.All COUNTRY KITCHEN: Changed aprons and rags not properly found to be stored at 52 degrees In-
stores
venient and enjoyable our to more shop,con-and opened and managed the T. G. & Y. restaurants have been in- ownership during quarter. Fire extinguishers not properly tag stead of 45 degrees or less-Stop Sale
in Macclenny for 5 for with HARDEE's Notice issued. Hot cake mix stored
the revised merchandise mix is years. spected compliance Chapter : Uncovered food in ged.STARKE
freezer LANES: Improperly next to bleach in sink area -hot cake
10D-13 and
FAC, Food Service Code cooler. Out-of-
tailored to the needs of T. G. & Y. is
each com- a chain of 743 stores State of FLorida. date/returnable foods stored over wrapped food in chest freezer. Ice mix moved during inspection
munity we serve. located in a 26-state area with
New restaurants are required to usable food. Ice machine left scoop improperly stored. Can MITCHELL'S FOUNTAIN :
The open.
new asymmetrical "drive aisle" primary concentration in the
dirty. Single service items stored
opener at Improper
have Toxic
a satisfactory inspection priorto cleaning substances stored
layout circles the store, guiding Sunbelt area. Headquartered in
301 DRIVE IN: Satisiactory. height off floor.
licensing and opening to the over opened ice machine. Broiler not
convenience and merchandise Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, it is a .'
SHELl
public. cleaned. Single service items im- } SOB & SANDWICH PEKING RESTAURANT: New
visibility. subsidiary of Household Merchandising SHOP: Changed ownership during restaurant this quarter.
Existing space is utilized more effectively Inc., in Chicago and employsover properly stored. Cross-connection .
ANDREWS DRUGS: Improper with hose connected to spigot and quarter.WENDY's PIZZA HUT: Ice machine left
creating a more 28,000 people company-wide.
open np
: Satisfactory. open. Ice broken. Improper
storage of silverware. Flow rate at stored on ground. scoop
ice well too slow. ICE CREAM CHURN WESTERN STEER: Plungerfor storage of silverware. Can opener
cream dipper Satisfac-
: meat erinder cracked.- dirlv, VI'tii'___n.. _h..ol....,_,_>.". 1m". ......m...,in... ..
:

SFCC Summer B Reg. Set Camp Blanding Youth Hunt Applications Available 1

LAKE CITY Applications for the "The hunts scheduled in October, designated portion of the Cantonment Sucessful applicants will be
Camp Blanding supervised youth are for youngsters 15 years of age Area of the Camp Blanding notified by mail
Registration for Summer "B" and ends August 8. hunt will be available beginning and under," said Art Stockle, Wildlife Management Area on October For additional information or an
Term classes in Starke is under way tomorrow, Friday, June 7, accor- wildlife biologist for the Commis- 5-6 and October 12-13. application, contact the Game and I
from 8a.m. to 3:30: p.m. at the Santa Credit clases offered in Starke this ding to the Game and Fresh Water sion's northeast region. Each hunt will be limited to forty Fresh Water Fish Commission al I
Fe Community College Starke term include Human Growth & Fish Commission. The hunts will be held in the hunters. 1-800-342-810
Center in Bradford High School. Development,Basic Writing Skills&
A special evening registration will Lab, Music Appreciation, and Introduction
be held Monday, June 17, from 6 to 7 to Business.

p.m. For more information, please call SKYLINE HOME I C. ) '
The summer tprm hcftins June 25 Lila Yawn at 9645382. S Cutt n LooseFeaturing

.. CENTER, INC. -
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(Across from Highway Patrol Station)
I Alvarez
Dr. Dennis ConnaughtonAssociated 2103 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida

( with Dr. Harry Gruen) 964-4414 or 964-4778 ''A Calvin Jolene Enterprise


Now Announces "Summer Sizzler Special" SUMMER SIZZLER

EVENING DENTAL SERVICES 1985 Liberty 28x70 4 BD/2 BA

Fireplace, ceiling fan, single roof, plywood floors I I

Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM "It's A Beauty"I!I : LORRAINE'S

459 W. Call 964-5152 I Incredible. '28,900.00.. i 4ti J !. Perm "?

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.... . fi ForAppointment
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Custom Cut t;ByandSeeRay it- '-I -.u-.1- iDUi:Jodayj"CONGRATULATION h-.tn-' .{ I 964-4090' I "

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((904)).781-4277 ((904)) 7864731I" j : .
MICHAEL: & TERRI ANDREWS I On Hwy. 301 Across from Norman's Market .
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Skyline Home Center Inc. LORIDA

.. ... ( PEST 539 E. Call St. Starke 964-5745

Ills (Across from Highway Patrol Station) 'CONTROLaCMEMiCAt
2303 N. OPEN 9 am 6 pm
Temple Ave., Starke Florida CO

Phone 954-4414 or 964-4778 JUNE 16thREMEMBER

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Father's Day


{* "SUMMER SIZZLER"I HOME'NYARP Only a few days away


............. .................. POWER WEEDfl'ffiMOOO2500! BLOWER make I it special I this year.

double sales Rakes A sweeps
We want to our *t 100 mph. WEED EATER'AMERICA'S


for the month of June July and balance Ughtwelphtwllhsxcettent. for easy operation MODEL #2215 1 BRAND

Sweeps grass leaves,
A dirt from sidewalk, Gas Trimmer _
August so we are giving away a patios' driveways. Cuts 15"Path

Durable construction 26.22 engine

FREE VACATION for to 8 for long Nle. Tap-N-Co line feed
up peo- a 34" shaft. wI. 12 Ibs.
1 year replacement .90 Day warranty

ple at a famous Ski Resort ini I j Reg. 59.95 warranty. Reg. ..9.9. _88 00

I Sale . .

Beach Mountain N. C. 3 9 9 5 Electric Trimmer Assembled & Servicr'

Only
Model #307
Subject

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that lucky per r" 'Fl ii":\\\.,::'..,'" ... Weighs only 2 1bs.t1. .
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son. You mustpurchase \. ,,'. Trims 8" path
\ ,Manual line advance

a ..- .1 year limited warranty

home in the month of June July N Money Down* /7 Reg. 25.99 99
19
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1400
Only month
or August to beeligible
Buys this ToroMODEl

:, to register for a lens 21" CUT Electric Trimmer

Freeactin ;1 SELF PROPEllED SIOEDISCHARGE Model #807

REG. $349.95

Weights only 5'/4 Ibs.
A NOWONLY 2 9 9 9 5 Trims 14" path

Convenient Tap-N-Go

in the .-. line advance
.
Tor* 'Instant credit available, ,to .A year Rmlted warranty
beautiful mountains ..r'1/rr quieted buyer 11% APR. iweMng"
1'. charge.Haven't .
r .I of North Carolina. you done withouta Reg. 54.99 4 4 9 5

Tbro lohtf enough* Sale .'. *>. ..

-COME SEE RAY GOUIN FOR MORE DETAILS r. COMPLETE PEST CONTROL SERVICE FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATES 964-5745










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Obituaries-
News of Record


Leon Conner Benton Harbor, Michigan. Jones resident of Melrose and a retired officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn A.M. on Thursday, Juno C at the Divorces in BC
"'unl'railiome was In charge of local farmer and cattleman He was a Cemetery. Graveside,with Kev. Ballard Wilson The following marriages were
James "Leon" Conner, 85, of arrangements. member of American Association of conducting the services. Interment dissolved during the month of Mayin
Route 4, Box 9Wi, Starke, died Saturday Retired Persons of Melrose
and a will be in (Crosby: lake Cemetery Bradford County.
June I, following an extended il- member of Kliam Baptist Church Joseph ScanlanMr. under lie( direction of Jones KuucnilHome Wanda Short Peck & Percy W.

lness. Mary K. Schaeffer Survivors include a brother, J,V. Joseph A. Scanlan, 69, of fill t Kits: Nona SI Masonic Peck.
The son of the late Lawton and Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer, 70, of 170 Ford of Palatka, and three sisters- South Water SI., died Tuesday June (tiles will bc'l held 1 nl the grave Jerry Dempsey & Gertrude Demp-
Carrie Hitch Conner, Mr. Conner died at in-law, Mrs. Irene V. Ford of 4, in the I Naval Air Station Hospital,
Peach St., Keystone Heights,
was a native and life-long resident ofBradford her residence June 3. She came to Melrose, Mrs. Mattie Fox of In- Jacksonville, following a long il- sey.James K. Dugger & Donna Kay
Lee Starling
County, a retired building Keystone Heights in 1954 from Penn- terlachen and Mrs. Debbie Ford of lness. Born in New York.N.Y., Mr. Volley Dugger. '
inspector and owned and operated a Palalka. Scanlan Volley Lee Starling, 79, of
sylvania. A retired schoolteacher, moved loStarkc in 19KH. Mr. Nancy Starling & Joseph M. Starl
cattle ranch lie was a member of she a member of the St. Funeral services were held May Sainl.iii was a retired Lieut. Colonel Kingsley Lake died May 31 in Brad-
the Fine Level Baptist Church. Williams was Catholic Church. 31.19H5 at the Eliam Baptist Church with the U.S. Army, and a war ford Hospital after a brief illness.A ing.Lawrence G. Saucer & Kelly
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. She is survived by 2 daughters, with the Rev Jimmy Cole of- veteran of both World War II and the native of Baker County, Mr. Moore Saucer.
Kronie Crews Conner, a daughter, Mary Ann Magann of Jacksonvilleand ficiating. Burial was in Korean Conflict. Mr. Scanlan was a Starling was a lifelong resident! of Charles M. Butter & Nannie But
Mrs. June Peterson of Lake City; Martha Jane Schaffer of Atlan- Melrose/Eliam Cemetery with member of the Slarkc Shrine Club; the Kingsley Lake area, a retired
two sons Commissioner of tic Beach; 1 son, David Schaeffer, Jones Funeral Home, Hgwy ilK) and Bradford Lodge No. 35 of F. & A. M. ; storekeeper and former owner of the ter.Jewell E. Bradbury & Ronald W.
Agriculture Doyle Conner of Cypress SI. I( and I he Volley Starling store on
Atlanta Ga. 1 brother Ed Shryockof Kl'yslolIll'ighls, direc- Association of Retired Intelligence grocery Bradbury.
,
Tallahassee, Glenn Conner of Orlando ; served in the
in Starke
ting. Highway 16 ,
Officeis. He
Arizona ; 2 sisters, Anne was also the Jimmy E. Patterson & Betty J.
; one step-son, William Spencer National Guard and member
Fothergill and Rita Porterfield of past Master of the Huymarkcl was a Patterson.!
Crews of Jacksonville; three Maryland; and 3 grandchildren Grace E. Brown Masonic Lodge, in Maymarkel, of the Pine Level Baptist Church. Larry N, O'Neal & Irma Jean
brothers Raleigh Conner, Marcus Survivors include his wife, Millie
Virginia ; and he was Methodist.
A.M. O'Neal
Funeral Mass will be at 10:00:
Conner, Loren Conner, all of Starke; Thursday June 6 in the St. Williams Mrs. Grace K. Brown, 79, of Mac- Mr. SI'lInlan is survived by his Emma Judd Starling of Kingsley Larry D. Mercer & Teila N.
lour sisters, Roberta Sapp, Edith Catholic Church. Rev Michael clenny died May :In.The wile, Mrs. Georgia Katherine Lake; a daughter, Rose Marie Mercer.
Hutchinson, Ida Mae Shaw, Etna Williams will officiate. Intermentwill widow of Millard C. Brown Iliiynes Scanlan of Starke, a son, Hardee of Newberr, and one grandson Lashe! E. Jackson & Barbara J.
Sch.ifer, all of Starke, twelve grandchildren follow in Keystone Heights who died in 19IU! Mrs. Brown was a Joseph Scanlan, Jr. of San Jose, Braix.on) Lee Hardee of Jackson.
and six great grandchildren member of the Episcopal: Faith Calilornui two daughters Mrs. Newberry.
Cemetery under the direction of ; Thelma C. Mullen & Donald
Jones Funeral HomeRay Survivors) include: three sons, Kathleen M. Severe of Sterling, Funeral Services for Mr. Starlingwere Mullen.
Funeral services were scheduled Mill.ird Brown of Starke, Gerald E. VII'gillill1I'S.] Margaret A. Jones of held June 4 at the Pine Level Ward & Helen Ward.
to be held Tuesday, June 4, at the FordMr. Bnmnol Ocala and Waldo Brown of Toronto, Canada; two sisters, Mrs. Baptist Church at 11 a.m. with Rev. Willie Roger James McNeal & Barbara
Pine Level Baptist Church with Rev. Macclenny; a number of grandchildren Kathleen Stewart of Houston, Tex., Roman Alvarez conducting the services -
Roman Alvarez and Rev. L.E. Ray Calvin Ford, 82, Rt. 2 Box and great ..gmndchildl'cn.o'unl'l'al Mrs Sarah Smith ol Pike, New Burial followed the church McNeal. K. Herndon & Douglas H.
Peterson officiating. Burial l was heldin 2345, Melrose, died Tuesday after a } services were .June 1 in ll.impsliirc; and lour grandchildren. services in Crosby Lake Cemetery, Sheryl
the Crosby Lake Cemetary Archie brief illness in Alachua General the Sl.J.imcs Episcopal Church in Funeral services for Mr. Scanlan directed by Jones Funeral Home, Herndon.
Tanner Funeral Home was in Hospital. Mr. Ford was a lifelong Macclenny with Kev Donald Walch are scheduled to he held at 11:30:: 514 E Nona Street, Starke.

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Funeral services for Mrs. Julia 4

Whitley of Rt. 1 Box 1320, Lawtey j # A
are scheduled to be held Saturday
June 8, 10 a.m. at the Church of
Christ with Bro. Don Dickerson con- 1C
ducting the services. Burial will be : F r .r9.9q H '
y
in Peetsville Cemetery under the X.r
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direction of Haile Funeral Home 802 ti 1 P+," a P it E

N. Oak Street, Starke. Mrs Whitley 4 t' Roo xrk +r 4' r.nlh r+ 1,
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died June 2 at Alachua General u p' ; xd J
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Anna L. llenschke ". t tr
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Mrs. Anna Laura Henschke, 82, of -c
Park of the Palms, Keystone Height,
died at her residence Sunday even- N .
ing following a long illness. A native "S a'r
of Sodus, Michigan, she moved here 84'e} 9S ra ,

16 years ago from Pensacola, Fla. ..
Mrs Henschke was a retired motel +'
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owner and a member of Napier \',''z _
Parkview Baptist Church, Benton ',,
Harbor. Michigan. '.,1.i f", ,.
Surviving are 2 daughters, Joyce JI"i '
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and
Henschke of Keystone Heights "
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Doris Nesotas of Cocoa; a son. Dr. :

John A. Henschke of St. I.-iuis, Mo., :" ;' ,
4 sisters and 5 grandchildren. '.'". ; ro

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be in Crystal Springs Cemetery >}';tI A
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Men & Women Reg. 40 NOW *20 *; o OP *a

*Relaxers Reg. 40 NOW *20 Ay 237
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Care-Free Curls Reg. -so NOW 25 yr BUTLER 121 '
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Open Every Night* .F' 1 GAINESVILLE


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Jeffrey boyd Caldwell pled no con Julian E, McRae pled no'conlestto Lisa J. Lambas produced fishing
I test disorderly conduct; fined$39. disorderly conduct was ordered to license and ordered to pay $25 cost
B adfordCourtNewsofRecord Caldwell pled no contest trespass* pay$25 cost; a charge fo battery wasdismissed Hal :II, Iligginbolham projuced a
i after. warning; fined$81.50. by the state attorney valid license for hunting fox; was
Caldwell pled no contest disorderly To.nmy Brown pled guilty to ordered to pay-$25 cost.
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Appearing in Bradford County ing; pay $15 cost. $544, DWI school, license : conduct; dismissed trespass; fined$39.:
railic Criminal Court; May 20 Cynetress Ann Milton pled guilty months, ten days in jail suspendedsix :, Salva- Kim Ann Cruger pled guilty retail --- ueeeNe.Neeer e esae.eee+
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I tcflre: Judge/ George II, Pierce were DWLS; pay $15 cost. tion Army probation six months, theft; six months probation Salve .,n.\ No Credit? No Problem I Us!
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the following defendants; Edward: William Youmans; Jr. pled Ernest Charles Vanwart pled tion Army, 50 hours communitywork. ( Minors '
Tyrone Reginald Adams pled no nil contest DWLS; pay 5925. ty to disorderly intoxication guil T-wv
fined
t corilest to driving while license Nelson Hamilton pled guilty to $97.75. ; Patricia Ann McDuffee pled guilty -i' GOLD'JHEADI '
: suspended: / (DWISJ, fined 5925. leaving scene of an accident; Robert Lee Yeager pled guilty to retail theft; six moths probation
Lentelly A. Chandler pled no contest dismissed. disorderly conduct fined Salvation Army, 50 hours community -
'to no valid driver's license; Francis S., Campbell pled gully continue on B-U Guidance; Clinic$59.25, work. '" MOBILE IIOMIE! SALES Inc.
dismissed. NVDL; I fine suspended Terry Price pled guilty to wilful- Richard Eugene Clark pled guilty ..\ Hwy. 21 North Keystone lIeigh'sGain."U.
Duvid It. Bowen pled guilty drivIng Robert Charles Taylor pled no 'wanton reckless driving fined lo disorderly intoxication; six mon ..
while intoxicated (DVVI); fined contest DWLS; fined 5925. $85.50. ; ths probation, violate no laws,no not Keystone
$::1\4.: license suspended six months.mu.t The remainder of the 50 drink. 475-1442 473-7237
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: attend driving while Intoxicated CriminalGeneralMay scheduled to in Benny pled no ;
(tDWII school, complete 50 continued,'' appear were court issued were ; placed on 30 days court proba- "Limited Factor "h Special1Good
20 COUt'tJamc's capias for
hours community work under Salva-' the defendants who failed tion, violate no laws, pay $35 court
tine Army supervision.K David Uamsay pled no con to appearor costs i .
the state chose ii Through June 313th 1985
attorney not toprosecute ,
+ (' Tompkins pled guilly to test to Viilful-wanlon reckless driving the Woodrow Monroe Ross pled guilty iI i I
no valid driver's license (NVDL); ; fined $281.50, DWI school, 50 cases. to wilful-wanton reckless driving; I 1985 14x70 3 BR/2 Both wood tiding, vaulted ceil ngs, stereo fireplace paddle '
produce valid license pay$10 cost or hours community work, license lined! $r>9.25. J fan, furnished delux carpel, garden tub, delivers! &set up one year warranty 1
pay $59.25 fine. suspended six months. Christopher Wynn pled guilty to walk-In closet 2 full ,
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Rubin Lee Thomas pled no contestto Don Robert Rilchey pled guilly to 1't'lailllwll; $3:> court costs.
DWI; fined $:.134: license suspended driving while intoxication; I lined James Harris pled guilty / to Wynn pled guilty to eight charges $ "
six months, 50 hours communitywork $2,(>44, license suspended permanently trespass; sentenced to five days in III'! worthless chocks; must make I j As Low As 199.90 per monlih I 14,995 j jI
DWI school, Salvation Army six months in jail consecutive jail (suspended), six months courl restitution plus pay $25 court costs, I I
supervision. with Duval Co. probation, fined $124. serve :30()days in jail in not paid in 30 I r .- -
Thomas pled no contest to NVDL; Ritchey pled guilly to NVDL; fin- Sonny Tetslonc pled guilty d.iys.
fined $55.25. ed $IU 50. trespass; lined$124, five days in jail Wesley Delane Willingham pled 1.I ).:- R edeu l lIk
Christopher Robin Cribbs pled no Jim Calvin Carroll pled gully driving (suspended), six months court probation guilty to driving while intoxicated; I
contest to improper license; present while intoxicated; fined $2/1J.5U. lined $:>401, must a I end DWI school ( N.I, .nba.w el NegNn (+Wq Noon e.rooN n rwn Mwwn q I
valid license and pay $10 or pay license suspended six months DWI Troy Nalhen Smith pled guilty (UMI clays in jail, license suspendedfivc
$55.25 fine.Samuel school, 50 hours community work, disorderly intoxication; six months yearsBradlocd\ .
Ross Eichelsdeler pled Salvation Army supervision. court probation..
guilty to DWLS; fined $59.25Kichelsdefer Ronald Frank Easterling pled _. _
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: pled guilty to DWI; guilty lo illiil-wanton reckless driving I
fined $554. license suspended six ; lined $ 1.50Huilon ). :Misdemeanor Court
months, must attend DWI school, J. Page pled no contest to The .MI.AMiii;defendants received ot'f Goldhead Mobile Hm me Sales, Inc.
Salvation Army supervision. drivinlg while intoxicated; lined tin.il. disposition! May 20() iii Bradford 1\1 Keystone Heights Gainesville FL
Michael Eugene Godwin pled guilty $.!IH>.50, license suspended six months Misdemeanor Court before Judge
to careless driving; fined $39. 50 hours community work at George i II. Pierce 473.7237 475.1442
Godwin pled guilty to leaving the tend DVM sch stl). Salvation Army .
scene of accident; fined $59.25. supervision .
Jimmie Neloney Sewell pled no Lmlon Robinson pled guilty to i- -
contest willul-wanlrm reckless driv- drivinghile intoxication, lined
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These Bradford High School graduates were offered Grldder. Lei Sander Cathy Zambito Martha Under-
Santa Fe Community College Board of Trustee wood, Donald Thornton, Sue Smith, Stephanie Red- Andrews Scholarship Winners...
Scholarships May 11 by Board Member Drew Redding, Christine Dickinson and Tonia Parks, These BUS graduates received Andrew's scholarUnderwood, Stephanie Redding/ and Jimmy :Muse
dishleft Seated, from left to right/ : Brenda Bawek, Kay Watson ships.
Karen Kimutis and Dawn Scott
Standing from left to right/ : Reddish, Connie Moody, Phillip Crews, Connie Moody, Sue Smith, Sam NorNot Present: Cindy Winkler Doug Samons and Don-
Jodie Innocent, Philip Crews Alan Rogers, Nancy Not pictured: Kay Allen and Sarah Benefield. man, Heather O'Steen Valarie Jenkins, Martha na Moody.


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The May 14 Senior Awards Program perpetual endowment program in Donna Moody, Connie D. Moody, ships, administered by the Starke ta Fe Board of Trustees Academic Benefield Karen Kimutis, Sue
of Bradford High School saw a cooperation with the SFCC Endow Heather O'Steen and Valeria Rotary Club, were given by a Brad Scholarships given to the top 10 per Smith, Martha Underwood and Lex
record 36 graduates receive scholar- ment Corporation, Mr. Andrews has Jenkins. ford County husband and wife who cent of the 1985 graduating class.Ac- Sanders.
ships to Santa Fe Community Col- stated that he hopes these scholar- Acting in his capacity as Presidentof wish to remain anonymous. They cepting these awards were Mr. Reddish reminded the
lege. ships will help any student from the Rotary Club, Mr. Reddish believe this area and its education Stephanie Redding, Kay Lynne Wat- students of the 1985 graduating class
Bradford County to receive addi- presented Kay Watson and Donald systems have been good for them son, Brenda Lynn Bawek, Connie D. that they will have the distinct honorof
Highlighting the evening was the tional education and training oppor- R. Thornton, Jr. with scholarshipsfrom and would like to give something Moody, Donald R. Thornton, Jr., being the first class to attend the
presentation by Drew Reddish, a tunities regardless of ability to pay. the Starke Rotary Club. back to help others further their Tonia L. Parks,Christine Dickinson, new Santa Fe Community Starke
member of the SFCC Board of The recipients of this honor were Wendy Ann Sullivan and James P. education. Kay Allen, Philip Crews, Alan Center located in the Old Courthouse
Trustees, of 12 scholarships under Cindy Winkler, Jimmy Muse, Whitehead, Jr. were given the honorof Henry H. Beck Scholarships were Rogers Nancy Grider, Sarah Building.
the new Guy and Elizabeth Andrews Stephanie Redding, Sam Norman, being the first recipients of the presented to Melanie Wood, Sylvia
Scholarship program inauguratedlast Doug Samons, Sue Ellen Smith, new Starke Rotary Club AnonymousDonor Porterfield, Tracy Baez, Alan
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.. ... -. ...... said as he lugged his catch, a pair of good size bass wriggling around in weighing the boy's catch after all the boats had returned to the ramp.
the bottom of a fish net, up to the weighing station. "I never knew there "We could only fish in one sheltered area on the far side of the lake today,
one and eat one... was so much to it." but the boys seemed to have great time. We hope to be able to holdanother
The boys were excited about their prospects in spite of the windy tournament like this real soon." It's good experience for some of
Scouts at the fishing tournament released one fish back into Lake Santa weather, and they were soon rewarded after they cast their artificial the scouts who have never had much chance to fish and it's fun for the
Feabove( ) for every one they kept to take home and cook. This is a com worms into the water, pulling up a "pretty fair catch",according to one club members to introduce the boys to the sport."
mon practic among the Club fishermen. of the club members as he stood by his boat and watched the scouts bring After the fish were weighed,the scouts were told to let one fish back into
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the tournament(above at right, giving each scout the chance for plentyof "This wind is really kicking up out there," commented Club members,and to"take the other one home and cook it up,then tell us howit
casting during the event. Spokesman Don Mobley, pointing to the frothy whitecaps out beyond the tasted".


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Students at Starke Elementary
celebrated the coming of Summer
with their annual Play Day last
week

The students and their teachers, .
who were busy holdingbarely( ) their
young charges in check and par-
ticipating, enjoyed a variety of fun '
events designed to enhance the stu nSP'
dent's competitive instincts along f -j
with a sense of good sportsmanship
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some unusual competition.The .
old fashioned sack races were
one of the favorites, especially when
faculty members struggled into the
burlap sacks and hopped, jumped,
turned, struggled and fell across the
finish lines, usually behind their con-
%? siderably younger competition
"The kids were looking forward to

.,," ., this day for weeks," said one
:7' slit" teacher as she yelled encouragement
": to some of the runners "They
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know summer will here soon and ----- --- -4 a 1
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\ year, so this is a good time for a day chaos that only elementary age
; like this. It's fun for everyone and students can create.
the kids get a kick out of seeing their
::: tS !: teachei in the events" Another event was a little drier
, The next race involved two long perhaps, but just as exciting as the
.. lines that raced through two tunnels, students raced to see who could be
: -- made a sharp turn around two the first to fill up small wagons with
-- teachers, then had to climb up and a large pile of blocks placed at the
over the treads of two large tractor end of the basketball COUI'\\ The
: tires buried in the ground about a wagons just didn't have enough
quarter of the way up. Then they slid stability in those high speed turns
to the ground, raced around the turn they were subjected to, however, /
and into the home stretch, all to the making for some spectacular but 1.r
sometimes deafening screams of en- hilarious "crashes", much to the
couragement from their classmates. delight of the onlookers.
The next competition involved a t
tricky balancing act the students "That's the best part of this race," .
held onto cups full of water and rac- one young daredevil shouted as he
ed down to a larger bucket to se watched one of similarly-minded
which class could fill it up first, classmates carreen over the finish
spraying water at every step and line in an "explosion" of blocks. "I
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from page 4 for children and giving of families interested in hosting a
herself in many ways as a community young Mexican child in their home
interest in seeing such an opportunity volunteer. for three weeks.
come to this area and because of

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representative, which presentlypays a
$100 for each complete exchange -
made plus a free round-trip 'lt lrtn Gf6 *349 *399 SALE$399
SALE Reg. 559"
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may contact her for details. 0Q "Atherton" "The Dreamer" "The Avenger"
"It would be a great job for a Reclina-Rocker' recliner Reclina-Rocker recliner Recllna-Rocker'recllner

teacher, principal or minister, The Classic ,comfortable it's the European inspired design is bold, Modern excitement with a soft
needs to be
area preresentative who has a lot of contacts and someone SALE! a most popular seat in the house! plush and contemporary, Enloyl| pampering triple-pillow back,

talks to people on a regular basis,"
said Ms. Lyons. OTHER STYLES BEGINNING AT *259
Ms.Lyons emphasized that the job
of area representative doesn't require -

involved a lot go of beyond work and the the monetary rewards Get Dad the Hammock he deserves, oak spreaders makes this Other Gifts for' Dad Include:\

awards hammock very steady and the polyester rope Is mildew resis _.

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enthusiasm, Sandy Lyons lives in C ROCKERS
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Gainesville architect, Sam Evans.
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decorated home is but a stones
throw from Swan Lake. An attrac- '
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offering a scenic view. Stottcraft 14Vi Bass Boat Powered with 35HP Mercury
Sandy and Sam have two children,
Cabinets
Outboard and trailer Gun
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Ryan and Becky, nine-years-
old. The children attend school at 263" Down If qualified
Faith Christian Academy in Regularly SALE S/j OQQ only M15" per mo.
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Korea, and is now their adopted Jff9 Ctnlral Floridal Lafgtfl Dater

daughter.Although Sandy lives a busy life, aasaeir Denmark Furniture

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Christian and this permeats into

every Sandy aspect seems of to life.be possessed with 4031 N.W.6th Street 373-7862 434 W. Call Street Starke 964-5826 'or 964-5827

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the scene of an accident, accordingto UCI Inmate Guilty
LB Man Arrested
Patrolman Clint Blankenship. Of Attack on Guard 8.80/0
Sexual Battery, Griffis'blood alcohol content was.19 APR Financing
percent. Griffis was also chargedwith Marvin Gruydon, an inmate at
A:i7-ycur-old Lake Buller man hits an outstanding warrant for Union Correctional Institution, was
been urrbslcd by the Union County violation of probation for an 1981 found guilty in a jury trial May 23 of
Sheriff's Office and charged with charge of trespass.! Bond was set at battery of a law enforcement office .4x2 _
sexual buttery. $500) for DWI and leaving the scene. and resisting an officer with on F-150&F-250's
According to Lt. D. L< Cochran, Bond for the violation of probationwas violence.
the arrest was made May 30 at the set at$5,000 cash or surely only. The attack occurred September
Union Correctional Institution inKail'ord 14, 1984 during a search of the in-
where the subject is Charles Thomas Ledbetter of male. Graydon jumped on the backof
employed as a correctional officer. l.awtey was arrested June 2 for the correctional officer and bit
The charge was filed following an disorderly intoxicated, according to him on the left side of his neck. MOTORS
investigation by HItS into allegations Patrolman W. C. Reno Ledbetter A pro-sentence investigation was TERWllLEGAR
concerning sexual assaults was found on SR-16, smelled of a order by Judge David Rciman.
upon his daughter over fa period of strong odor of alchohol, had a small Gray don was represented by .
time. knife which the officer removed Public Defender Rick Koploglc.
The subject remains! in the from him and placed him under ar Assistant Stale Attorney Harris 964.7200 371.1096 388-FORD 473-FORD
custody of the county jail under no rest. Bond was set al $100, he was Tobin represented the stale! in the
bond. released on his own recognuance.Alice "'j'.I.. Starke G'ville JAX Keystone

June Griffis, 39, of Lawleywas
Hearn EnrouteTo arrested. June 3 on a capias for BC Rescue Again' 209 W. Madison State Road 21

Bradford Jail welfare fraud, according to Investigator Tops 100 MarkThe
Don Denton. Bond was set
Confessed killer John Wayne at $2.f l"I). she was released on her Bradford County Rescue Unit
Hearn is enroute from Texas to the
own rcciigni/ancc. responded lo 104 calls during the
Bradford County Jail, according to months of May, according to Director -
Investigator Wiley Clark. Ralph Norman Jarrett (>7, of Clill Chapman. This is the third
Hearn is expected to arrive late Lawley was arrested I June 3 for DUI, time this year the unit has received
tonight, June 5, or early Thursday according to Lt. William Tillotson.He more than 100 calls in a one month
morning,June 6. was released after a $325 surety period.
Hearn was indicted by a Bradford bond was posted The unit transported 59 patients in
15 in the Feb. 2
grand jury April
511 transports while 46. calls requiredno
death of Joe Banister of
shooting Leroy Burton of Starkc was arrested transporting
Starke. Banister's widow, Debra, June 4 for driving while The backup unit I transported il patients -
was also charged by the grand jury license suspended, According to Two patients were
with first-degree murder. Banisteris Patrolman Greg Nichols He was transported by SUilPIighl, one by
in the custody of Alachua County released\ after a $210 surely bond SandsCair, one by Lifefhghl.
due to lack of jail facilities for EiLBuy'
was posted. Assistance was given Rescue 74
in Bradford.
female prisoners (Middleburg) with two patients and
arrested Feb. 15 in
Hearn was of Lake Butler
James A. Alvarez one assist to Jacksonville Rescue in
Bryan, Texas and charged with the for DWLS,
was arrested 1 June 4 according an automobile accident.
of Sandra Black of that city.
murder to Corporal David Goodlier. The majority of the patients, 30,
Black shot in her home Feb 15.
was Bond was set at $59.25, he was were taken Bradford Hospital
Hearn had been hired by Black'shusband released on his own recognizance.Robert Ten were taken to Shands, three to
to kill her.
Norlh Florida Regional, seven to
March 16 Ilearn was! interviewedby Roy Hester was arrested Alachua General and one to the VA, Pop One
Bradford authorities in the Texas
June 4 on a warrant charging DWI, all in Gainesville. One patient was
where he confessed lo killing
jail according to Deputy Eugene Lee. taken to Union General and
Hospital
Banister, Black and Cecil Batie in for FATHER'S DA VITBIRDs !
Gainesville on Jan. 6. Batie is a Walter Arville Rhoden of Hampton two patients were taken to Riverside
former brother-in-law of Debra was arrested June 4 for violationof Hospital in Jacksonville.
Banister. probation, according to Lt. Glen Twenty calls were illness related,
Moore. Rhoden was ordered to start 11 were to people suffering from
serving 60 days jail time when he respiratory problems and two were
Ft. Meade Woman failed to pay his fine within 30 days. alcohol related.
Charged in Accident Three calls were to people in
Lawson to Appear trauma and five to people in trauma
Kathleen Woodham Sellars of Ft. resulting from vehicle accidents.Ten 112 I
Meade, Fl. was arrested June 3 for Monday in CourtJ. calls were to cardiac patients.. in Stock
driving while intoxicated and failureto R. "Jim"Lawson,whose case is five to obstetric patients and one call
drive in a single lane,according to on the Bradford June Trial Docket, was a special detail.
Patrolman Dwight Groves. is scheduled to appear in court next One call was to a person with emo-
Sellars, driving a 1984 Ford was Monday June 10. tional problems, two were to stabb-
northbound on US-301 near Market According to Investigator Wiley ing victims and six people were dead
Road in Starke when her vehicle Clark, "Lawson's attorney told me when the unit arrived (one was a
struck the rear end of a parked vehi- his client would plea nextl\1onday. drowning victim).
June 10." Two calls were false alarms and ,
cle.Sellars was released after a $325 Monday, June 3, Lawson was five calls were cancelled. n nl cash bond was posted. granted a continuance since a
psychological test had not been com- Quick Response Unit
Inmate Gets More pleted al that time. The Quick Response Unit! responsed -
Lawson was indicted April 2 by a to one brush fire and one struc-
Prison TimeA grand jury for lewd assault upon a ture during the month, said Chapman Fully Loaded
child under the age of 14. He entereda ,
Union Correctional inmate was
sentenced to additional time after he plea of not guilty at the time of his List Price $13,401 Sale $11,595
trial arraignment and his case was plac- (; i for HesclieINSULA
was found guilty in a jury May \nJH-6IJ(;
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Inmate Averil Powell was found
guilty of two counts of resisting an
officer with violence and was TION 1985 Crown Victorias
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sentenced to serve two years on eachof
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Powell, who chose to represent 1 ]
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himself, was charged with strikingand t, '
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struggling with a correctional .1
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officer as he was leaving the dining I
room at UCI October 29,1983.
According to Assistant State At- ': .
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serving time for robbery,
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