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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 13, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wort' noting JJR.'Jim9 Lawson Pleads No-Contest, Gets 15-Years- ProbationFormer I


Bradford County School Board ed on the school board from 1978 until said he would not oppose withholding ad- "However, because of the public interest
member J. R. "Jim" Lawson pleaded no con- suspended by Gov. Bob Graham after the judication of guilt if the court felt no interests generated in this case and because of certain'

Hey Kids...! test Monday, June 10, in Bradford County Circuit April 2 Bradford County grand jury indictment would be served by adjudicating him guilty, comments Mr. Lawson has made to the news
Court to lewd assault upon a child. which would have stripped Lawson of his civil media, which were obviously self-serving

Join your friends for a summerof Adjudication of guilt was withheld by Cir- The indictment charged that Lawson fondl- rights. there appears to be a need for a factual basisto
fun at the Bradford County Noting that he could sentence Lawson to up be made available to the
cuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr. Lawson was plac- ed a child on three occasions "in a lewd, public.
Public Library:. ed on probation for 15 years and will be required lascivious or indecent manner... but without to one year in jail under the state's sentencing "What the state attorney intended to prove
The library s summer programwill to participate in a community-based committing the crime of sexual battery." guidelines. Green said, "I can't help but and what Mr. Lawson would have had to defend
begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July rehabilitation program. Before sentence was pronounced, defense wonder what benefit a jail sentence would himself against, was criminal misconduct -,
18, with a balloon launch and of told have on you or on the victim." on the part of Mr. Lawson as exactly
Changing his plea from not guilty to nolo attorney Daniel Malloy Tampa the
refreshments at the library. Green ordered Lawson not to have any con- Stated in the indictment of the grand jury, the
contendere (no contest), Lawson threw court Lawson has been a lifelong resident of
Children ages 3-12 are invited. himself on the mercy of the court. Bradford County and has had a solid business tact with the victim and ordered that his possible testimony of two other similar In-
Thursday June 20, children ages Speaking Wednesday, June 12, to The record and an excellent record of public ser rehabilitation program not include any con- cidents and the introduction into evidence of
6-12 are invited to attend the Telegraph, Lawson continued to profess his vice. He noted that Lawson had been tact with young people under 16 years of age, what the state attorney considers por-
library's" program "Pom Pom Crit- innocence but said he has been damaged by evaluated favorably in his psychiatric evalua- as long as his supervisor feels that to be nographic material discovered to be in the
Lawson will be under the
ters. the charges, that his political career is ended. tion and the pre-sentence investigation and necessary. supervi- constructive possession of Mr. Lawson
Programs for children 3-5 are set Therefore Lawson said, he decided againstan that both had predicted a recurrence of the sion of the Bradford County probation office. several months prior to his having been in-
each Tuesday at 10 a.m. dicted by the grand jury and found by
and trial which he act not likely. personsnot
lengthy says was __
Children ages 6-12 are invited to expensive "The state attorney is satisfied with the related to law enforcement.
attend the Thursday programs at would have cost $35,000 to 40000. Lawson Judge Green agreed to the request of plea which is legally a plea of guilty, we are "If Mr. Lawson is found guilty by a judge to
he intends to fully comply with the requirements to withhold of
10 a.m. says Malloy adjudication guilt also satisfied with the sentence because of the be in violation of his probation at any time the
of his probation. because of Lawson's record of "
For more information, phone community sentencing guidelines said Investigator guidelines dictate that he go to prison," said
9646400. Lawson. 42. a car salesman in Starke. sea:'- service. Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell Wilev Clark. Clark


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SREC Has Moved... : .
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Principal
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The new address of the Com-
munity Outreach Center and the _1-
Homemakers' Office of the Suwan-
nee River Economic (SREC) is 133 ti1' '
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West Call Street, the Hollis Knight -.
Building next door to The Strong on Discipline

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any questions, please phone ),.

964-6696. ,. \ (,''(' n' \' I

QB Club to Meet... ." ;.,.", '- .i"* Academics Athletics'
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All members and interested per- .r I ,
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attend the next'
sons are urged to
,
meeting of the Starke Gator '. :;; Dr. AI Rother, the new principal at Rother's experience should prove
Quarterback Club, Inc. at the .'" Bradford High School, is returningto him in good stead as the takes the
Starke Golf and Country Club education after a year in private reigns at BHS, say School Board
tonight (Thursday, June 13) at 7 business developing Florida Ranchin Chairman Patricia Spengler, who
pm. Alachua County and four miles was a member of the nominating;
Information will be given for all i south of Brooker.

out of town game trips at this important < Rother 43, has worked as a sixth
meeting. grade teacher a military counter- a, x
; intelligence officer a high school tJ

City Council principal and as a businessman
He read in the The Gainesville Sun
Meeting Cancelled... that Bradford was looking for a new

t Pp. r ,wnn'9M,,M, ;, ,N principal for BHS, applied for was
The June ? arl.'h da1kw
regular 18 meeting.ofthe + fi
,
++na"y -.. interviewed, and got the job. Rother
Starke commission has
city
was one of 16 applying for the job. ,
been cancelled due to lack of a
'
.'" '",. , 4 .' None of the applicants was local.
quorum. i '''I.t t Nx
Several city commissioners' r r 'I His strong pointsDr. Rother, says, ,
and he
'are academics,' discipline,
be out of town on business! or on also likes athletics and extra-
vacation, says city clerk Neil curricular activities.
i K an
Tucker. First of all unless a setting con-
Next meeting of the city commission ducive learning created, learing

is its regularly set first Tues- would be difficult. To that end Dr. .
day of July meeting, which is July Rother attempts to create a school ..
2. setting in which students can be .
comfortable. And to do that
On Blue Chip.
.. discipline is necessary.

Bradford County will be Blue .' '(.1tf. .. I. 1'- Dr. Rother says he stresses self-
Chip certified Tuesday, June 18, M .:-.--. .- discipline in students, and looks for .
Chamber of Commerce President ": '. :.. fairness and consistence. "I don't ... Y l
.
Richard Welty announced last \ ; ......" care who you are...," Rother says,
Thursday, June 13. 1 .... .... student at BHS can be assured of
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Lt. Governor Wayne Mixson will --4- 1. ; -. ., .-.... ,, both qualities.The Dr. AI Rother
make the formal dedication at 1'1 ;- 'C' state legislature has taken the
New BUS
Principal
\. ,'t' ;.it..D4 .., lead academic standards
11:30 a.m. at the Starke Woman'sClub. f' ". in establishing -
\ ,
,
'. .., ': .. : .... ;:; belives the Dr. Rother oversaw the
... '_._. and Dr. Rother committee.
.
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'''''''"" '''''''J .. .. for
ll' \!._. ,1. state is going in the right direction.The introduction of computerized
June C of C Mixer... ifill FI. Tl .- ,-', Florida to study the same concepts, the same challenge here. He also
The June Mixer of the Chamberof Cedar River Seafood Wins Improvement Award... for instance, in algebra I, or faces establishing continuity in cur-
Commerce will be hosted Tues- -- American history.As riculum at BHS.
day, June 27, from 5:30: p.m. to 7 Dan Seilows of Lake City, part owner of the Cedar employees 20. It is managed by lUcky Bell brother to principal of Taylor County Knowing the high school principalis
p.m. by the Florida National Bankat River Seafood restaurant in Starke receives the Brad- Roland Bell. High School in Perry for three years, on the firing line, Dr. Rother says,
its new branch on south Walnut ford Improvement Award for May from the Chamber'sBIA The improvement award was given for interior and Dr. Rother said he enjoyed seeing "I enjoy doing this. I get a tremen-
Street. Committee Chairman Susan Reddish. exterior improvements to the former fried chicken fast students go to state contests in band dous amount of satisfaction in seeing
Refreshments will be served. Sellows and Roland Bell of Jacksonville are partnersin food restaurant. and chorus. For 12 years, Rother of- things accomplished."
the 52-seat Starke restaurant, which has done a ficiated basketball. He enjoys
C of C Seminar Set... booming business since it opened March 21. The Starke The 10th Cedar River Seafood restaurant opened in athletics. (See New Principal..p.2A)
Cedar River Seafood at 216: South Temple Ave., Ocala this week
The next seminar/luncheon spon-

sored ty Chamber by the of Starke-Bradford Commerce is set Coun- School Officials Contend:: I

Thursday, June 27, from noon until New Bus Routes an Improvement,
1 p.m. at the Fried Chicken Fac- .
tory.Topic. Parents at the June 3 school board change was made to eliminate
of all 2,900 older brother or sister to look after most students. In the morning buses
will be financial manage- From the standpoint were both holding serious overcrowding on some
ment, planning and budgeting. The students transported, the new school them. One parent, Travis Wynn, picked up all ages of students. down meeting jobs, and mostly spoke about their buses The changes weren't made
program will be presented by Med bus routes are an improvement, said it cost him $4 per day to hire a Elementary classes at Lawtey at745, elementary age children getting with the idea of making someone'slife
and Brooker began :
tonally, retired president of Kraft says Operations Director Lennard babysitter.But Hampton. and, dismissed at home earlier than the older miserable Supt. Duncan pointedout
Foods and Eddie Douglas a certified Register.But the few complaints comparedto a m. were Starke elemen-approx- students. For instance Mrs. Vickie drawing a laugh.At .
accountant with Davis, for 25-35 families living on the the total number of students hnately 2pm. In ,
public Crews of Lake, who has a
Hampton
transported have not caused tary classes began at 8 a.m. and that point at the June 3
of the
Farnsworth. end of roads in remote areas and
Monk & second, fourth
is an inconvenience Operations Director Register to school was out at 2 p.m. kindergartner, meeting, Operations Director
county the new system change his mind about the new High school and middle school ninth graders, can no longer dependon Register pointed out the bus systemhas

Minister of the Year...? listened, Register interested says.in all the routes. Register said June 3, and students began class at 8:05: p.m the high schooler to babysit the to be operated in the best In-
They school until she arrives -
chanceto still maintains, the school bus routes and were out at 3:05: p.m, other three after terest of the school system. "People
of Starke is everybody a
The Kiwanis Club problems, gave home from work. And TravisWynn's
of School buses made two runs in the have to realize you have to operatethe
must be run for the best interest
his/her mind at the June 3
annual Minister
the 3rd home
speak
sponsoring first grader gets "
afternoon, first taking home elemen- school system Register said.
of the Year Award. school board meeting, but Supt Jim all 2,900 students transported every tary students, then returning to take before the other two Wynn children
is 5. Mail Duncan and Bradford school board school day. middle school who are in the middle school. And LE Principal Buddy Paterson said
Deadline Friday, July From May 30 through the last day home high school and
members did not give up on the experiment first child of Lynn Moss school could babysit if given
entries to: Kiwanis Club of Starke, bus students.A the grade the
of school June 5 routes were
and ,
P.O. Box 125, Starke, FL 32091. with new school times changed to eliminate overcrowdingand few bus drivers don't like the gets home before the Moss' 7th more help. But Mrs. Spengler asked,
bus routes. is it the school's responsibilityto
because they have to grader. why
Teachers love the new bus waiting time before and after new system
I schedule. Most parents have not school for elementary students. drive longer, from I12! to 2 hours, babysit

: Cheerleading Clinic... commented. A few have said the Discipline has also been improvedsince Register pointed out. The parents asked, why has the Supt. Duncan said June 3 the
Teachers like the new system school changed the bus
school
system
and few have elementary and high
routes are improved, a school administration is committedto
annual Cheerleading
I The summer a students no longer ride on the busesat because it cuts down the time they routes? School Board Chairwoman
said the new routes present search out the alternatives.
clinic for grades K-12, sponsored by
I said the same time in the afternoon. have to babysit elementary Patricia Spengler pointed out the
problem, Register said
the Bradford High cheerleaders, is babysitting In the experiment, tried out with students. It also gives the teachers best learning time is in the early Operations Director Register
set June 17-21 from noon until 1 Tuesday June 13. mentioned by the prospect of using the new systemfor time to have meetings in the after- morning, and students should be in June 13 he expects the school boardto
Main problem the new bus routing
p.m. at the BHS gym. which have not had. not the playground. approve
3 school board the 1986-87 term, morning bus noon, they class then on
at the June because it best for most
. Cost of the clinic is $10. parents system
teach not to
children routes were run a few minutes Teachers are paid to ,
! Cheerleading fundamentals, meeting is that elementary Jim Duncan pointed out the students.
Supt.
babysit they
arrive home first without their earlier but about the same time for say.
stuntswil
I cheers, chants and simple
be taught. For more information -

I\ phone 9647824. A Working Chief or An Administrator ? Council Deadlocks on That QuestionA I

Summer Band... .
I his elude the holiday time in Hardee's approved in the fire department. He and still have a full compliment on.
A summer band program begins snag in the arrangement with working shift on Memorial Day said the commission had changed each shift.
next Tuesday June 18, at Bradford the new Starke fire chief surfaced because he is a "working chief" whodoesn't pay.Commissioner Vernon Silcox said scheduling and made other arrangements Silcox asked if there was a vacan-
Middle School,, bandmaster Jim June 4 at the Starke commission work a normal 40-hour ad- he opposed paying the chief for a so that overtimewouldn't cy in the approved number of
remained unresolved. ministrative week. Schaefer said the eight
and be
Peronto announces. meeting necessary. firefighters.
bad
because set
it
a
holiday prece-
The schedule Is: 8-9 a.m., beginn- Schaefer said the current city The Clerk Neil Tucker said some over- approved positions were all filled.
for other
ing band; 9:15-10:15 a.m., percus- After discussion among the four policy doesn't allow the fire chief to dent chief should city employees.flat salary and time had been necessary because of Silcox said, the chief should
sion class, and 10 3 -11:30 a.m., the members present, a motion to give get holiday: pay, but the new situa- shouldn't be get a for overtime or sickness in the department. He said schedule the work weeks so that he
combined cadet and concert bands. Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee eight tion was different because Hardee is Silcox paid said. none have been paid in the past two doesn't have to work on holidays.MayorCommissioner .
holidays
Instruction will take place each hours holiday pay died in a 2-2 tie. working a normal shift with the ."Let's,give him a raise to cover or three months. Bobby
Tuesday and Thursday for four Commissioner Travis Wood was absent other firemen. the extra time but not holiday payor Schaefer asked if the commissioners Biggs joined Silcox In voting against
,
Schaefer said a was
request
pay Schaefer and
weeks. would approve hiring Sc aeter'a motion.
overtime Silcox suggested.
The sesssions are open to all new Commissioner Charles Schaefer entered as Hardee had done in the Jim Jr. ask- another fireman so that the chief .
and former band members, Peronto assigned to the Fire Dept. Committee past but the clerk, noting city: policy ed Commissioner if other overtime Crosby had been could change to a 40-hour work week (see Fire Ch ef..p.ZA)
says. asked that lIardee be paid for against such a payment, didn't In- any






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Construction Set Next Week .; .j x;; Businessmen Invited

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on 29 \Complex\ in Lawtey ': To Use \-T 0-Tech Center


K *9R IB Local businessmen are invited to same as DCT but be tied to the vo-

Construction! ojp apmmenupt"' building, laundromat and a for the higher income backets. use the Bradford-Union Vocational- tech center "
;; singe Technical Center to train "It's an area we plan to look into
Pine and Adams,JStreet n La ; swage disposal plant. The in Starke admittedthe
just west of tits. school's baseball field, tory, brick buildings will include their personnel Vo-Tech Director says Director Smith, who
is expected to start next week, according : -'eight ohejbed* units 19 two-bed and The builders feel that Lawtey can David Smith told the Board of vo-tech center is having funding to
to George Grosse\of Jackson- three three-bedroom. apartments on a attract more residents when Governors of the Starke-Bradford problems and is looking for ways
ville, the general contractor and four-acre site. W** suitable housing is provided at a Chamber of Commerce last Thursday increase income.
owner of G & G Construction Co., the Grosse said .the.complex is,being moderate price. Grosse believes the ,June 6. The vo-tech plans to look into
builders. financed under .'the'515"Farmers housing project will appeal to Basic purpose of the vo-tech distributive education, which is
Home Administration program and is employees of the several areas' center is two-fold: IX to train the marketing and distributive areas of
A building permit for constructionof aimed at providing housing for the prisons who are now commuting to' unemployed to a Job entry level;and business,but that is at least a year a
Lawtey Apartments, Ltd. was low to moderate income group;rang- work from long distances. He also: 2) to provide supplemental training way.That will get the vo-tech center "
issued this week with cost of construc- ing from $10,000 to$20,000 annual in foresees increased growth due to the "for industry. -- --- back into the business of training the
tion listed at $761,500. In addition to come. Rents will start at-a minimumof overflow of population from the con-! So far,'.the major emphasis has people who work cash registers or as
will have to be
and that
the, :2 units plans include an office $200 per month and Adiust upward gested Jacksonville area. been placed on training the opted.clerks,The program will have to co-be

kiLI1it1ti unemployed. related to the vocational
? However Smith said the vo-tech directly
,

I Right-of-W ay Approved by City # i center upgrade University DuPont has the 01 provided Clay Florida skills Electric of garbage training employeesfrom and collectors the to- enrolled.automotive program can If in be the machine which student employed the is shop student in weldinghe ,in or an is a


would have to
Living up to its agreement, the tor since the old one is in need of cent of which would be paid by the Sherrie IlarreH work secretarial in business student office.
Lawtey commission voted June 3 to very expensive repair. The newheavyduty city and 50 percent by the school a
board. Total cost of the At UF, the garbage crew got in Smith also told the Chamber
easement mower will cost about
20-foot so crossing
close the city's
some big trucks and had to have governors the vo-tech center still of-
guard would be
construction of the Lawtey Apart- $1,650. $2,160 per year, or Sherri Harrell
$1,080 each. The entire liability training to drive them Smith said. fers training in CPR (cardio-
ments Ltd. could begin. Approved paying for Departmentof would rest on the city, since the To Attend The diversified cooperative train- pulmonary resuscitation) and in
The apartment builders have now Environmental RegulationDER guard would be a city employee;and Youth Seminar ing (DCT) program which provided first aid. Anyone interested was invited
purchased a building permit from ( ) for part-time water it will be up to the city to set training for students who worked to contact the vo-tech center
the Bradford County Zoning Board employee Dale Smith. This will guidelines and train this guard. Applications Bradford High sophomore Sherri part-time, has been discontinued at phone 964-6150, to find the starting
for constuction of the nearly$800,000 enable Smith to gezt his Class D and will be accepted by Clerk Harrell was selected one of the tenth the high school because of state fun- date of the next class.
complex.The Class C operators license and will Lucille Shuford. graders from around the state to at- ding cuts, Smith pointed out. The vo-tech center is open five
city will relinquish its ease- cost the city approximately $100 forthe tend a :3-day weekend Florida Youth The vo-tech center is picking up days and four nights per week, said
ment so utility! and sewer.lines can correspondence course and cer- Was advised that the Department Leadership Seminar May 3-5 In that slack with programs in Smith.
business School board member Len Schlof-
be the Tom tification. Smith to of Transportation is Tallahassee. cooperative education, in-
run through complex. agreed sign a studying the city dustrial and man, a Chamber governor, said
Grosse has this contract agreeing to work for the ci- to center turn laneon cooperative education
requested move request put a Sherri. the daughter of Mr. and in horticulture. Students would workon state cuts in vo-tech programs have
from the city previously, but the ty at least one year after becoming US-301 within the city limits, Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker an individual basis, attend class the vo-tech center almost to the
commission told Grosse it would do certified. deleting the parking beside
space was nominated by a committee of and work part-time. It would be the point of closing. "
so only after a building permit was 301. DOT wil advise the results of its faculty and students at BUS. She
purchased and plans were more Accepted an agreement study upon completion. was sponsored by the Starke
complete.In presented by attorney Johnny Hobbs Woman's Club.
regarding the school crossing guard. Discussed the next step to begin Fire Chief.
further June 3 action the coun- The agreement was for the 1985-86 the process of adding a third well to Sherri served her second year as ..
cil: school term, the guard would work the city's water system. It was treasurer of her class, and wass a (from page IA) liability either with an additional-
one hour in the morning and one agreed the city council should first member of the Spanish Honor Socie- voted for the generator or by installing a second
Agreed to purchase a new five- hour in the afternoon and would be select the site for the next well, then ty. Her hobbies include scuba diving The Crosby tie couldn't be broken holiday with Wood pay. transmission line to bring in more

foot. Bush-Hog mower for the trac- paid $6 hours, or$12 per day, 50 per- follow by requesting bids and reading.In absent, so the motion died. outside, a much more expensive
alternative.
the belief that
America'sgreatest Loan Finalized... Installation of new power lines and
is its
resource in
youth, ac-
tor Hugh O'Brian established the In other business, the city finalized concrete poles is already taking
I New Principal... foundation in 1958. Its purpose is to a loan agreement with Florida place in the city.. That contract will
(from 1A) total $275,000.The
page
seek out, recognize and reward National Bank of Starke to borrow
$450,000 instead of using city sav- warehouse costing$140,000 is
Rother, a native of St.Louis earn- achieving the rank of captain before their home in Gainesville. He and his sophomores.The leadership potential. in high school ings, which is earning a higher in- to be located near Orange Street on
ed his bachelor's degree from Car- returning to education. wife, Phyllis, have a son, A.J., 18, terest rate than the loan will cost. the property west of Starke Elemen-
thage College Kenosha, Wis., and Since July 1984, Rother has been and a daughter, Mindy 13. program is simple: To bring a Clerk Neil Tucker emphasizedthat tary School, which is used for
his master's and doctoral degrees at helping develop Florida Ranch, of "I'm not going to come in and select group of high school the city has the money to pay storage of materials and vehicles.
Florida State University. which he is a principal owner. That make a lot of changes" Dr. Rother sophomores with demonstrated for the distribution line im- The city also has a deep-water well
Rother began his teacher career in business has progressed enough so says. "I want to make sure I know leadership qualities together with a provements, warehouse and power located on that land.
St.Louis Mo. and his educa- that Rother can now return to his what I'm doing."
County. group of distinguished leaders in supply improvements. However, the In other discussion, Mayor Biggs'said
tion administrative assis- chosen "I'm an educa- "I'm pleased to have a man
career as profession. very business science, education, city can borrow the money at eight a letter had been received from
tant at Leon Grif- tional administrator. It's profes- of Dr. Rother's capabilities in our
principal County's my government and the professions percent interest and allow current the of
Department Transportation
fin Middle School.He sion and career." system," Supt. Jim Duncan,
my says and let the two interact. savings to go on collecting 12 percent that
stating development alonga
served as an Army counter- Rother said he and his family planto who had sought an outside person to interest. state any should be
intelligence officer for five years. move to Starke when they can sell be high school principal. The young people got a realistic Commissioner Crosby said some DOT highway before the city zoning approvedby board
look at what makes the American incentive
of the funds would allow the power makes changes or construction is
system tick. The foundation plant to either purchase an addi- permitted.That __
Ballet Offered motivates students by showing them tional generator to improve power
that HOW to think can be just as im- letter was passed to zoning
LIFE & PRAISE MINISTRIES"A reliability. The city needs to improve -
In director L.M. Gaines.
BrookerHamptonA
portant as WHAT they think.
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Full Gospel Word Church"ATTENTION
program in ballet will be offered
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Department of the Bradford County
school system to K-6 grade studentsin We are temporarily meeting in the Starke Elementary

the Brooker and Hampton areas. Auditorium until our new church facility now under construction
Instruction will be at Brooker !
is. 'In COME GROW WITH US 'I
Elementary from 9 a.m. until noon'-, ,,%.I completed : September EASY
each SERVICES: 10.30AM ChildTin't; 11 AM
Monday. Sunday : Church
Classes start June 17.The cost will Sunday 7:00: PM Ages 4-10 ON! YOUR o O / / Q
be $20 per student. Thursday 7:30: PM
For information please phone BUDGET

Hank Greene at the Bradford Vo- JUNE 16th: MAE STAFFORD will be giving her wonderful
Tech Center, 964-6150.
testimony and sharing the Word of God in both Sunday services. on.sann:83: .

Mae was confined to a wheelchair for two years while sufferingwith
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believed 1 until God instantly healed her. There will be prayer for the sick U.S. CHOICE BEEF SALE
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good luck to M. wind In the I I in both Sunday services and a special time of prayer for the sick fR s M \. BONELESS

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Brooker Athletic Associa- Out for the participating
parents and friends at Jake Keens
tion To End Successful
.. r III Field on Saturday, June 15, beginning
\ V' rlunrnstr Baseball Season With' at 6:00: p.m
Cook-Out And Awards Baked beans, potato chips Ice
,. p cream and soda will also be served.
CeremonyThe Following the Cook-Out, trophieswill
Brooker Athletic Association be awarded to all youngsters
a 6 will end it's Third and most successful participating during the season.
1/ 1983 Youth Baseball Season No charge will be made for the
with meal however contributions will be
a Hamburger/Hot Dog Cook-
.accepted to help cover the costs

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1, GED TESTEarn



: J your high school diploma by taking)

'14& dc&i iax i- the GED Test. For further informationcall

964-6150. The deadline for registering!

is June 21, 1985. Testing dates and times

are as follows:



June 24 & 25 June 26 & 27



1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m.

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Hampton Smarties... Photo ly John Lures

These students at Hampton Elementary made straight A's on their Charles Crawford, and Jennifer Comer. Included on the back row from E3AR-B-Q
report cards for the fifth six-week grading period. left to right) are: C.K. Fuqua, Jennifer Darley, Christina Broome,
They IncludeUrom( left to right on the front row):Jennifer Jones April Danielle Hersey, Jennifer Glenn, Charlotte, Smith, and Billy Kyle.
Scoggins, :Tori 1 Hersey, Alicia. Baker_!-Shawn Muse, Jason McCullough NOW TAKING APPLICATIONSTuesday


and Thursday

Summer Program of Entertainment Set at Public Lib 'ary 11:00_a.m. to 1:00: p.m.SONNY'S .


A summer of fun and learning is Programs for preschoolers story and thumbprint animals July 16: "Three Little Pigs" a at
on tap at the Bradford County Public children 3-5, are set each Tuesday at (craft). Ages 35. flannel board story and craft. Ages
Library. 10 a.m. 35. '
Children ages 6-12 are invited to June 27: "3rd Annual Frog Jump-
The library's summer attend the Thursday programs at 30a.m. ing Contest." Bring your own frog I
program
will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July Ages 612. July 18: Watermelon Day The 230 South Temple Avenue Starke
18, with a balloon launch and For more information, phone July 2: "Rumpoles and the Bugs" Last Day of the Summer Program- POSITIONS
, refreshments at the library. 9646400. a flannel board story and felt prizes awards, refreshments. Ages AVAILABLE:
Upcoming programs and dates bookmark making. Ages 3-5. 312. Cashiers Dishwasher
are: July 9: Teddy Bear Filmstrips and
,I Children ages 3-12 are invited. June 18: Up Up and Away. Ages the making of paper teddy bears. For more information call, phone Waitresses Salad Bar
Thursday June 20, children ages 312. Ages 35.July 964-6400, or stop by the library, 105
I 6.12 are invited to attend the June 20: Porn-Porn Critters. Ages 11: Foot loose Race Day E. Jackson Street across the street Cooks Owned & Operated
library's program "Porn Porn Critters. 612. (Relays games and other outdoor from the First United Methodist by Larry Reddish & Janice Johns
June 25: ."The Very Busy Spider" activities; refreshments). Ages 612. Church in downtown Starke.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR file with this court, WITHIN THREE MONTHS Families Weatherizatlon Program in
AMENDMENT OF LAND USE PLAN OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Bradford County from the present time
I TOWN OF BROOKER, FLORIDA NOTICE: (lall) claims against the estate to end of existing contract.It .
''I An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive and ((2)) any objection by any Interested is anticipated that approximately & Supply
Land Use Plan Element and person on whom this notice was served $19,227.00 will be spent on weatheriza-
' map by Breaker, Florida. In accordance that challenges the validity of the will, tion materials before the end of 1985
I! with the local Government Comprehensive the qualifications of the personal calender year. All materials purchasedmust
I Planning Act of 1975 as provided for representative, venue, or jurisdiction of meet minimum standards as,;
in Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.To the court. published in the Federal Register
I : ALL Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interest ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Materials are secured by Suwannee
persons: FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. River Economic Council, Inc. Issuing a
! You and each of you ore hereby and Publication of this Notice has begunon purchase order to participating Vendor
herewith given notice in accordancewith Thursday June 13 1985 based on prices quoted.All says
1 F'..ida Statutes that the Town Personal Representative: BETTY MAE LEE local building materials supplierswho l'
(R Council of Breaker Florida will conduct Route 3, Box 1736 Starke, Florida 32091 desire to do business with Suwannee
t a public hearing at a regular meeting Attorney for Personal Representative River Economic Council Inc., should PIPE "Thank
I held at 8:00 P.M. at Town Hall, Brooker, TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. P.O. Drawer submit a letter to the Executive Director you ,
Florida on July 9, 1985 and will consider 40. Starke, Florida 32091 (Address) P. O. Box 70, Live Oak, Florida 32060, so
l or) Ordinance relating to: Telephone! : ((904)) 964-8272 6/13 2tchg stating. This letter should be postmarked Bradford County"
Amend the Comprehensive Land Use before June 21,1985. ,
I I Plan to provide that !lands currently PUBLIC NOTICEWEATHERIZATION Vendors will be selected on quality
! classified single family and designated, PROGRAM materials for lowest prices
by the plan as single fam, be reclassified Suwannee River Economic Council,
to mobile Home and designated mobile Inc. hereby announces Notice of Intentto Francis T. Jackson
home, the property of Joyce A. Castlen administer the H.R.S. Low-Income May 20,1985 Itchg 6/13/85 Thank you for your loyal ,support .
described as follows: _. '- -
Lot 7 of Block 1. In Ward City, now I
known as Brooker, as per map or plat
recorded in plat book 1, page 21, section r the last eight years. ,
8 township 7south, range 20 east, as :
recorded in the public records of Bradford .
County, Florida.
You are further given NOTICE that a '
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is We celebrated eighth year by
available for your Inspection at the Office
of the Town Clerk, Town Hall,

Brooker, Florida. moving into our new,building. .
Each and every person having any Interest 1 I _
whatever In the enactment of this
proposed ORDINANCE should appear' Dear Neighbors,

and be heard at the time and place Bradford Video ia pleased to announce the addition of three: new channel:: ,
prescribed. Beginning July 1 The Nashville Network which features a variety of "
TOWN COUNCIL Q>untryo+l stern Entertainment, Cable Headline News and Video Rita) (Vff-1)) 6"
TOWN OF BROOKER which features Adult Contenporary Music Videos will be available when We are now in a position to serve -= .
FLORIDA 6/13/85 Itchg you upgrade to, Super Service. Pox more information please call: 964-6308."
U better with a large modern
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD { you : .j
COUNTY, FLORIDA Free Nashville T-Shirt : warehouse more inventory .....
PROBATE DIVISIONFile With every new upgrade to Super Service t L ) ,
Number 85.58-CP .
Division ((1-3645)) t : and ample parking CEILING LIGHTS

IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN BERT MURPHY ,. ,
Deceased .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
administration of the estate of I
JOHN BERT MURPHY, deceased File t
Number 85-58-CP, Is pending In the Circuit t ) Come visit our new location !:',,!...&:
Court for Bradford County Florida i .
at 620 N. =
Probate Division the address of which Is I Thompson St. ,....
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NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE We are located 2 blocks ::

The FLORIDA names 32091.and addresses of the,personal FAUCETS from U.S. 301 on Hwy. 16 .. ... .
representative and the personal East by the RR tracks. .
representatives attorney are set forth -lIil i
below '
Interested person are required to w -
984-5060 .- WANntNMjOUMJFAUCET .
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.1 THE RADFORD"j j I I STORE HOURS .':\ : i
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Published evtfry Thursday Man.-Fri. 7:30.5:00 :

at 133 W. Call Street Saturday 7:3012: Noon -1m

Stark. Florida 32091
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Starke, Florida '." : u fi:: iiJ 'q ;

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I 'Common Pipers and Fiddlers, Offtned.. Frorri:;,Starke. S in, : J9)4r J$1!: np r


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and do not provide for the support : 1\:" :' ,': .\ )," .
and far between
Automobiles few
were No Sunday EntertainmentIt ..\ l''d'I'0'' J :
.on the streets of Starke in 1914,and the proud families These public 1 1i
owners of those so-called horseless was unlawful to advertise any motion subject to a fine of$50 or 60 days In I
carriages" were compelled to give fair picture or"opera" that would be performed both, at the discretion of the
warning to man and beast when they took on Sunday, and any person convicted of"injuring"
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the machine out for a spin on Sunday after any shade tree in the "public Bradford County Fair
jfjr streets or squares of the town by himself
noon. his children,or any horse or mule or cow of Was Big Success in 1913
According to a City of Starke ordinance his, shall be liable to pay a fine of $25. Apparently County fairs have been held in
book published in 1914, it was unlawful to wives were exempt from this ordinance County as- long ago as 1913,
drive a "motor car" at a rate of speed exceeding ""';'J presumably because no lady in old copies of The Telegraph
ten miles an hour within the city r those days would even think of doing suchan viewing on microfilm at the
limits and "all such vehicles shall be provided .( "unladylike" thing. County Library _
with an alarm or signal horn, and
such horn shall be sounded at least 50 feet The city didn't put up with any The following item is from the
from each street crossing. The horn shall foolishness by loiterers in those ,days. Oct. 31, 1913 when Bradford County ii
continue to be sounded until the said cross- It Frowned upon were "common pipers and cluded the area that is now Union :
ing is reached)." fiddlers, rogues and vagabonds, idle and and the fair was held in Lake i :
dissolute persons, those who use jugglingor
this ordinance removed "The Bradford County Fair was
Fortunately was unlawful games, or plays, stubborn
from the books many years ago. ,\ children, runaways, common drunkards, the greatest successes ever made
Bradford
in County _
The old ordinance book also reveals that common night-walkers, pilferers, lewd, hibits gathering far
were beyond '.'
in 1914 the City Marshall was paid $50 per wanton and lascivious persons in speech or best farm was shown
month, while city councilmen received a j i behavior, common railers and brawlers, Mizell display demonstration _
agent
flat rate of $3 per month, no matter how J persons who neglect their calling or an illustration county of the good of
many meetings they attended. employment, misspend what they earn, and scientific farming.

,i "Senator Crews was iI
very .
list for to form I i -
culating a signers a
,," ,' ford County Fair Association, with ; Medicine Men and Peddlersladies
Editorials ment that the fair is to be held
Butler every year from now on. It is
ed there will\ be no objection to the Starke'H
ing held in Lake Butler every year
the most central and accessible
City-County Landfill Logjam the county and is surrounded by
best agricultural section in the

"Col.T.G. Futch deserves special V
Calls for Early Solution for his ceaseless work during the

"Among those receiving noted for their fine voices, sang at reported to be busily engaged in organiz-
various contest was Miss Mona the theatre between presentations. The ing a first class string band for the season.
Seventy years ago Starke had a bage ordinance is unconstitutional. $1, for best hand writing." customary fee, ten cents, had been in- An order for 14 fiddles, 11 banjos, seven

"scavenger man" who cleaned out out- Garbage is now being dumped at the creased to 15 cents, with the extra charge tambourines, half a dozen triangles, six
of bones four and three
pair jaw-bones,
door privies and collected garbage by landfill, some of it even coming from Ladies Are at Work going to the association. swinetes have been ordered for use by the

the wagon load for transport to the "city outside Bradford County, in a For Town ImprovementIn "The ladies who sang were Mesdames musicians.

dump." haphazard manner with no separationof the same Oct. 31, 1913 J.E.Futch, U.G. Turner, and A.Z. Adkins, During the Christmas holidays the Professor
the and Misses Lois and Louise Peek, Susie will perform at all the balls, hops,
household and Telegraph reported( on
As the saying goes, "them days is garbage metallic newly organized School and Darby, Louise Bessent, and Anna and shindigs in his immediate vicinity free
gone forever." Now-a-days garbage collection items which should be salvaged and provement Association, formerly Canova." gratis, provided the egg-nog and other

and disposal is big business... sold to scrap dealers rather than being as the Mother's Club. These two refreshments are furnished in like man

almost too big for a small county, such buried with ordinary trash. With no or- tions made up of concerned ladies Jumping back in The Telegraph files to

as Bradford, to handle and meet all the dinance to control their operations, professional town, were doubtless the 1879the year that the paper was ner.The music made by the Professor and
newly mandated state and federal garbage collectors are now us day's Woman's Club. According established- find that Starke was well his numerous and able staff is said to be
supplied with unusual musical talent
Telegraph report: even
and
charming .
wonderfully
exhilarating.Old
regulations on its limited means. ing the landfill with no regulation 01 in those early times. Organization of the ci.ty's
of fees. "The newly organized School and people who have not danced in 40 years
And'' thereby hangs a tale that has payment Improvement Association, first "string band" was reported as are irresistibly drawn to the center of the

resulted in a gnawing problem that Another troublesome problem is that Mother's Club, has already follows: floor by the force and power of its peculiar

must be resolvedand soon. Bradford County's one and only landfillis tivities. Ned's String Band strains"giddy when maze they of the glide dance"away with through the the
rapidly out of "The first thing to be done was Makes Oldsters ease
The first to effective running space a pro- Dance and grace of "bonnie lassies."
step was get an
blem that will be solved some money, and arrangements
only temporarily Hon. Ned C. Wainwright
our
popular
garbage collection ordinance draftedone end were made with the Hopson Old Bull has just telegraphed us his
with teeth that could be enforced to even with a new compactor. The mat- people. Last Friday evening eight Representative in the last legislature, resignation, and says it is now time for him
assisted his
by J.L.
is
regulate the of ter of acquisition of additional property young patron Wynn, to withdraw from the musical world.
complicated process is also unresolved since
one suggested
landfill
operating a in accordance with
tract lies deep within the Santa Fe
outlined
regulations by the Florida
Swamp and would have to be traded for

Department tion. The old of ordinance Environmental was ruled Regula-unconstitutional other land more suitable for use, and County Agent's Notebook by Bobby L. Taylor '

another tract under consideration is of
in
because of "vagueness"county in court recently doubtful value because it is closer thana

the fact that it was based terminologyand largely on thousand feet to water wells supplying Summertime is vacation time--for people Vm-ntion Care IMnntw! away, you can expect to encounter much
NOT PLANTS.while!
getting ready
residences in that area. more difficult problems later in the
the state's anti-litter law and did not for that long awaited trip, it's easy to should be placed in a shady area to cons or even next year when the seeds
come to grips with solid waste, sludge, To clear up all, or even part of these forget about your lawn, landscape, serve moisture. Under a tree, or on the sprout. And remember" that weeding
and, other troublesome items, such as unresolved problems it appears that the vegetable garden, and house plants. A lit- north side of a building are good locations. eliminates a major source of competitionfor
pollution of lakes and streams and the quickest and most satisfactory_solution tle time spent preparing your leafy friendsfor A thick layer of mulch will help conserve you' I landscape plant's food and water,
'
absense could save needless moisture for
acquifer supplying our drinking water;; 'might be found in a joint meeting of both worry your and hours of extra work you when you your lawn just! landscape'before leaving'plantings.cutting; Mow the a whid\ m j short sukpquringyQur] ,\ J
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Now the new ordinance has been commissions with a no-holds-barred, get back. This week I'll discuss some grass a little Closer:! than usual.. An unkept' A"N Plants'kept"' "indoorS.uire special con-

drafted and reviewed but not yet "let it all hang out" approach that things you can do to keep plants healthy lawn can encourage disease, and it's a sideration. Before leaving home, place
might result in compromises that could while you're away.A talltale sign that no one's home. your house plants in a room which receives
because of
adopted
controversial ques- vacation may be relaxing and rejuvenating Give lawn and landscape plants a heavy I indirect
the show back the sunlight. Direct to the
get on road rather exposure
tions such as how much if anything the than the for you and your family, but it watering, especially recently planted beds sun will dry the soil too quickly. Of course,
city should pay the county for the unproductive uncooperative can be hazardous( or even deadly for your which will need extra moisture. Also, you don't want to put your plants in a room
privilege of dumping its garbage in the "says you" attitude that seems to havea plants. Unless you make adequate thoroughly spray or dust your plants to that's too dark either. Too little light will
count r-operated landfill how much if city-county agreement over landfill preparations before leaving, you could protect them from insects and diseases alrhost always result in leaf drop.And,just
; return to disaster.
operations stymied at the time. a vegetative while you're away. If you have flowering before depart, be sure to water
present you
anything, the city should the countyas One of the first things you might do annuals, cut the blossoms before depar- house plants thoroughly. This is your
its share' of the cost par a garbage With the county now operating before leaving home is ask a neighbor to ting. If you don't they'll soon stop bloom- because, unlike lawngrass especiallyvital and landscape

compactor; whether or not: the county without a DER permit and subject to check your plants periodically whileyou're ing. And harvest all ripe or nearly ripe ornamentals, house plants cannot
should in with gone. All plants need some care. fruits and vegetables. Like flowers, they benefit from rain that
join other neighboringsmall possible exhorbitant penalties for day- any may fall whileyou're
But extended
during an vacation, con- will continue to produce only if they're
counties to finance a central incinerator by-day violations at its one and gone.
only plants require special attention,and picked frequently. Otherwise, they'll go to
which seems to be the only landfill, time is of the essence, and the different tpecies have different needs. So, seed. You'll enjoy
permanent solution to the ever expanding sooner all conflicting viewpoints are be sure you give your friend specific in- Do a thorough job of weeding, if weeds sure your plants your vacation are well more by making for
need for additional landfill recognized and placed on the table for structions for the care of each type. are allowed to go to seed while you're your absence. prepared
Even if you can't find someone to
acreage; and what fees, if any should discussion and rational solution, the bet- sonally look after your plants while you're per-

be charged to city and county taxpayers ter for all parties concerned. away, there's plenty you can do prior to Bicycle-Jogging
for garbage collection and landfill use. departure to make sure you don t come
Since the Path
city is already losing $50,000 home to a limp landscape and sickly house RequestedBy June DistributionOf
These matters have been discussed at annually on its garbage operation it plants. Outdoor, container grown plants KLPOA BoardA
recent County Commission and City might even consider following the example Commodities

Commission sessions, but so far there of most other Florida towns and resolution asking the Clay County Starts MondayCheese

has been no meeting of the minds on cities and require property owners to Weatherization Commission to budget for a bicycle and butter, flour, rice, and
solutions .to solve these problems by bag their leaves and other yard trash Program Still jogging path on the west side of Kingsley honey will be included in this
necessary cooperation and/or for Lake was adopted by directors of the month's distribution of
com- more efficient collection, rather surplus com-
Being OfferedThe Kingsley Lake Property Owners Association mities, June 17 June
promises. than raking them into the gutter where through 21.
at their monthly meeting Tuesday
The schedule of distribution
is
Since the annual cost of landfill opera- city employees must spend countless 'home weatherization program night in the Civic Center. follows: as
administered the Suwannee
tion is approximately $100,000 in Brad- extra hours shoveling them into the River, Economic by Inc. is still- As requested, the path would start at No. Lawtey Recreation Center (Mid-

ford County, the County Commission trash trucks. Likewise, tree limbs and operating in Bradford County, providing 1 Fire Lane on the south and terminate at dleburg Road-Monday, June 17, 10
feels that the city should pay an annual heavy shrubbery should be cut into materials and labor at no cost the entrance of Strickland's Landing on a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
fee of$25,000 for use of the landfill since resonable lengths and bundled for easy to the recipient, as funds permit. the north. It would follow the east side of Hampton City Hall-Tuesday,
it is estimated pickup rather than piled Priorities are given to elderly SR-230 and SR-16 about one mile, then turn June 18, 10 a.m. to 2:30: p.m.
that the City of Starke carelessly on homeowners and those in the lowest on the route of Kingsley Lake Drive (Coun- Brooker City Hall-Wednesday,
contributes about one-fourth of the gar- parkways. The money saved by handling income bracket and/or those housesare ty Road 16-A) to the northern terminus. June 19,10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Speedville .
bage disposed of at this site. The city such trash items efficiently could be in most need of weatherproofing.Proof (Pleasant Grove Baptist -

has countered with an offer to pay partof applied to the city's fair share of landfill of income for the entire family The resolution asked that, if the path Church-Wednesday,June 19,10
the cost of the needed garbage operation costs. It's very nice for the and proof of ownership must accom- cannot be totally constructed under one a.m. to 1:30: p.m.
com- the application. Tax receipt for that the first be RJE school building (for physically -
pany year's budget, segment
to
property owner such
but at least enjoy luxurious
pactor one member of the, the land and/or mobile home title or built starting at Fire Lane 1 on the south handicapped and those over
council feels that it would be "double treatment, but can the city really afford tag registration will be accepted. I end, proceeding north to the junction of 60)-Thursday June 20, 10:30a.m.to
taxation" for city residents to pay a fee it? Rental property may also be con- 16-A. 4 p.m.
for landfill use since sidered, with written permission of I Every applicant must bring USDA
they are already Perhaps the whole question of gar- Commodity Card and identification
the landlord/owner. In other business the board elected three
taxed for
city garbage collection. A bage collection and other services, sim- The weatherization program can directors Delano Thomas, Jane Trawick, in order to receive commoditites andi
spokesman for the other side says this mers down to a matter of efficiency and repair or replace windows, doors, and Ann hill, and re-elected all officers for must meet the following criteria:
viewpoint is "garbage" itself, and affordability. Does it really make sense broken panes of glass, seal and/or another term: Stewart Beckett, president; current eligibility for food stamps
denies that such a fee. would be "double for the city and county taxpayers to caulk cracks, patch holes in floors, Dwight Elder, vice president; Ann Hill, (letter of decision), or current recipients -
taxation" pay ceilings exterior walls or patch treasurer; and Jean Peters, treasurer. of AFDC, Medicaid (medical
for two garbage collection systems and/or,kool-seal roofs, to keep cold It was voted to hold the annual KLPOA card): SSI or self-declaration of
In the meanwhile, adoption of the new when one could do the job more effi- air out of the home. Funds cannot be Rummage sale on Saturday, July 20, at 7 need based on 130 percent of Federal
garbage ordinance is delayed while the ciently and inexpensively? Likewise, used to repair or replace steps, porches p.m. Income level Guideline, adjusted for
pros and cons debated why two road departments two or screens. household size (requires amount of
are "off ; or
mostly household income and
Persons who would benefit from It that signature
was announced public
three law square
the record/' with no apparent progress enforcement departments; the program and can qualify may dances are being held in the Civic Center confirming, this state of application.
being made toward a solution. The and other duplications, ad infinitum? come by the Outreach Center at 133 the first Saturday night in each month -

county is operating literally without an Some day, like the onehorse shay W. Call St. in Starke and fill out an under the direction of Millard Brown.
ordinance with indication application, or call 964-6696.
no from the such unnecessary extravagances will is the income "
Following new
court as to when a ruling might be madeon break the back of'the county and city guideline for( the weatherization program Ballet OfferedIn

an appeal filed by the county in the governments- that time seems ::' 7eeEeTh.

hope of overturning the county.court's much nearer than most of us care to Size of Family AllowableUnit Brooker-IIampton
ruling that the county's original think.. Household Income A program in ballet will be offered
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Classes start June 17 and the cost
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eight Egyptian* had Ii 360--
For information, please call Hank ,
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I Lori McKinney and Brian Davis Married April 12;;at First BaptistFirst ,\ .. '. 't./. "...,,..,;" ','t,I,;',',, !.'."',, N i'M: :!.'',1.,.:,
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of Lori the April 12,7:30: wedding man. Ushers were Gary Davis gown and carried a cascade of .Clark and Selina Cassis. Notices :' ":
McKinney !daughter! of brother of the Michael. white and ) i." '
Mr and groom, and styphanotls baby's Assisting were Mrs. the .I
Mrs. Dewey McKinney of McKinney brother of the bride. breath.A Register, Mrs. Carol Clark Kathy Church Items(\',,,
Starke and Brian Mrs. ",',
nie Davis of Davis, son of Bon Shawn Phillips, nephew of the reception was held In the church Virginia Darby, Mrs. Sandra Dun
of Lake City Brooker with and Carl Davis groom, was ring-bearer. Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Carolyn can,Mrs. Adele Mitchell,Mrs.Mary News ',:"r : ,
Rev. Ben. Bryant Carmella Coburn Johnson servedas Taylor greeted the guests at the door Gissy and Mrs. Carol Gnann. 'I Weddings'
performing the
nuptials. matron of honor. Attendants and Mrs. Anne Todd kept the bride's Cutting the groom's cake .
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were .
Presenting Receptions
a program of nuptial' were Beth McKinney, sister of the book. Mrs. Gwen Moxley and ,
Mrs.
Wanda
Kristy music were Johns Daniel Martin, organlsti. bride and Karen Davis, sister of the At points of interest were arrangements Prevatt Gladys Mooty Parties .. ';y J:j'I"'i,
McRae and pianist, groom.They were attired alike in of lavender flowers. At Handing out rice bags were Beth- 964-7608 : ,
soloists Marian Douglas, floor length lavender satin gowns one table were engagement picturesof McKinney, Aimee Ferguson, and
with V-neck, short sleeves and bow the couple. Dawn and Lyndi Dennison.
Centering the choir ,loft was an, tied at the waist. They wore matching The bride's table was centered Following a
arch wedding trip to EP-
light candelabra with burning flowers in their hair and carried with a three tier wedding cake COT, Sea World and Bradenton
tapers flanked by palms. The European decorated with flowers. The cake
chancel style nosegays of Beach the couple is residing at Santa
two area was decorated with shades of lavender daisies, statice, was encircled with greenery, Fe Lake.
matching urn arrangements of.' carnations and baby's breath. April lavender flowers and sprengeri. Cut The bride and groom are both
gladiolus, carnations, mums, McKinney, cousin of the bride, was ting the cake were Mrs. Josie graduates of Bradford High School.
statece and small mums. On the flower girl.Given Williams, Mrs. Jeanne Loper and The bride graduated in 1984 attended -
outer corners were spiral in marriage by her father, Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson.On Santa Fe Community College, and
candelabras with burning tapers. the bride wore a floor length satin the punch tables the bowls is currently teaching piano.
Throughout the chancel area were Victorian style gown with ruffled were surrounded with springer! and The groom graduated in 1993 and ?
palms.The family pews were mark- lace bodice, long sleeves and high lavender flowers. Presiding were is manager of Hardee's Restaurant
ed with white satin bows. collar with a four foot long train. She Mrs. Janet Neighbors, Mrs. Malee in Orange Park.

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I Terri Massey and Michael Andrews Marry May 10Terri


Lynn Massey, daughter ,of flowers and seed pearls accented the
Mr and Mrs. Wayne Massey of rim. She carried a silk spray of
Lawtey and Michael Dale Andrews, I Ip Is Iw white, pink and wine colored
t son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews flowers.A frI'i
I of Starke were united in marriage reception was held in the church ,,
!. May 10, at 7 p.m. in the Madison Fellowship Hall where Hazel Hardy
i Street Baptist Church with Bro.E.A. greeted the guests at the door.Marie 14
Massey, grandfather of the bride, Chesser, the bride's cousin, kept the
and Bro. Gillis, pastor of the church, guest book.
performing the nuptials. The hall was decorated with r :
Presenting a program of nuptial magnolia leaves and greenery and
music were Julia Ripplinger, two white baskets of white and wine ,
organist, and Sylvia Reddish, the colored flowers.
groom's aunt, soloist. The bride's table was covered with
Randy Andrews served his an Army/Navy cloth over pink liner I II
brother as best man. Ushers were and centered with a three tiered
Larry David Andrews, the groom's wedding cake featuring porcelain
brother, David Harley, cousin of the bride and groom on top with doves
bride, Cleve Myers and Jeff Kimbroof and cupids decorations. Lori
Troy, Ala. Stotsbery, Jeanne Dreesen and I 'ME
The altar held two large silk white Jackie Smith, the bride's aunt, cut
and wine colored arrangements in the cake. _
.. white basket stands, with palms accenting The punch table covering was
both sides, top and bottom similar to the oride's table held two
against a background of branchedcandelabra punch bowls and centered with wine
and magnolias. ttf colored flowers in a milk glass bowl.
Magnolia leaves were placed on the Floor hostesses were Blonnie
window ledges.White pew bows with Derkman, Liz Mathews, Ruby
wine colored orchids were on every Howell, Hanson McMillan, JoElla
other pew.Teresa Hardy, Clifford Jackson, Freda
Vanzant attended her Judd and Jackie Chapman. Serving v ,ZyrWul
cousin as matron of honor. Atten- Punch were Karen Andrews, Lisa
dants were Virginia Taylor and Reddish and Salli Kelchner. Gladys
Audrey Massey, junior brides maid, Edwards, Mary Sue Tomlimson and 'su ,
sisters of the bride and Sandy Mrs. Esta Underhill, great aunts + G"'
Foraker. They were attired alike in and cousin of the groom, served the
wine colored sheer groom's cake at a table centered
gowns over taffeta -
1 Brian Davis
and!Mrs
yv Mr.
with scoop front and back with a small white basket of white

neckline with ruffle trim. The gowns and wine colored flowers. Did You Know ".". "...",............................
had fitted bodices and basque waist r Following a wedding trip the couple -
attached with crinoline and puffed is residing in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. John Torode and Mr and Mrs. Burge Searing and
sleeves. They carried silk of The bride Is a dental hygienist and Erin of Stone Mountain,
sprays \ i Dick Torode attended a Shell Oil Co.daughter, ,
pink and white accented with pink t ): pre-dental student. workshop in Destln,Fl. last Tuesday- Ga spent the weekend with his
roses and rosebuds with pink rib- The groom is employed at DuPont. to Thursdav, mother, Mrs. Earl B. Searing
bons.
Esther Massey. the bride's sister, m -
was flower girl and wore a taffeta
gown similar.to the attendants.Luke
Andrews; grooms_ nephew,.was Mr.and Mrs.Michael Andrews fr'hotobyR.P.MctendonIswaeem'I TAKE CO.MFORT.IN
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father, wore a Victorian style seed pearls. The gown had modified trim at hem extended to form a
white gown with stand up collar and leg of mutton sleeves with snap closeat chapel length train. She wore a
embroidered yoke. The fitted bodice the wrists, also accented with white picture hat with back veil and WHAT ITDOESN'T



,I Mrs. Muriel Fuller Honored at Luncheon COSTTO


Mrs. Muriel C. Fuller was complimented for Bradford County School System. years in second grade.
at a retirement luncheon Mr. Francis related some amusing The faculty and staff of Starke
Thursday noon, June 6, at the and delightful stories about his Elementary presented her with a
Western Steer Steak House given by experience Mrs.Fuller while he corsage and a gold chain necklace
the faculty and staff of Starke was principal there. A group of with 34 gold beads, one for each yearof COOL
Elementary School. Starke Elementary friends sang the her teaching career. Mrs. Fuller
Two dozen red roses, sent by her song "Friendship" and Mrs. Lavon recited a poem she had written
daughter, Mrs. Jack Gentry (Nancy Drivas, Mrs. Sylvia Reddish and reflecting her teaching years.
Gay) centered the head table. Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph sang a Attending were the faculty and
Seated at the table were Mrs. Fuller song written by Mrs. Drivas and set staff of Starke Elementary and M
and husband, Richard Fuller, to the music of "Alley Cat", one of many retired former Starke elemen- Your heating and heat pump can help
Wayne McLeod, principal of Starke Mrs. Fuller's favorite songs. tary school teachers. r
air -y :-
Elementary, Charles Francis, Mrs. Fuller taught school for 34 The dining tables were centered conditioning ,.. you save energy all
former principal of Starke Elementary years, all at Starke Elementary; with bud vases holding yellow system uses energy. xfj
presently personnel director four years in the fifth grade and 30 chrysanthemums. year there
Lots of energy. 1; But are even

In fact, next to more quality reasons

I B.C.S.F.S.A.lnstaliation LuncheonThe your mortgage ; to consider Trane.

and taxes, it's Consider lowmaintenance.

Bradford County School Food education award for receiving her Marion Evans, president-elect,Mrs. probably the f l J Trane
Service Association held its annual high school diploma during the year. Margaret Diggs, secretary, Mrs. r
installation luncheon at the Fried Certificates of appreciation were Nelda Sims, treasurer, Mrs Aman- biggest cost you has what many
Chicken Factory on June 7. 36 presented to past presidents of the dalene Chandler, membership in
members attended along with six association. Receiving these awards chairperson, Mrs. Louise Bell, cer- incur running' consider to be the

retired school lunch personnel and were, Mrs. Mildred. Lawson, Mrs. tification chairperson, Mrs. Anna your home. most reliable system
six ladles who are employed as Delores Morgan, Mrs. Annie Lee Ruth Johnson, legislative chairperson -
substitutes. Alvarez, Mrs. Elizabeth Dean, Mrs. Mrs. Bessie Lee and association Which is why you on the market.
Mike Reddish, Director of Louise Bell and Mrs. Viola Godwin.Ms. reporter, Mrs.Delores Morgan.
Business for the Bradford County Dottie Kite the association's Party favors and door prizes were ought to be concerned i Consider how quiet it is. So

school system was a special guest of outgoing president was presentedwith given out during the luncheon. Mrs. about the brand of air condi- quiet you'll call our air conditioners
the association. a certificate and a plaque for Kite presented the Association witha
Perfect attendance awards were her dedication and hard work duringthe gavel as her last act of office. The tioner or heat pump you buy "neighbor friendly."

Johnson presented and to Mrs.Mrs.Clara Anna Griffin.Ruth New past officers year. installed for the 85-86 event luncheon for the was school an enjoyable lunch personnelfor closing and tne dealer you buy it from. So consider the brand that 50

Mrs. Delma Tyler was presented an school year were, president, Mrs. the 84-85 school year. And why you'll appreciate the fact million people take comfort in. The

that today's Trane Elite Plus air brand that makes energy bills more


I Items of Interest.I.............................................:.....................,................................ .... conditioner is up* to 40% more comfortable to live with.

Golf & Country Club energy efficient than the Trane.

St. Marks WomenTo Annual Meeting Set old system in your Based on comparison with'8 yet old unit
The James C. HobbsTo .
with an average SEER of 7 2 and the Elite
Celebrate 50th Meet June 19 The annual membership meetingof home. Or that a Plus air conditioner SEER of 10.2..,
the Starke Golf and Club is 4072 C 19SS The IVane Company-
June 29 The Women of St. Marks County Trane Weatherton .Dealer l Products Group
Anniversary Episcopal Church will meet.Wednesday scheduled for Friday, June 14, at 7
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hobbs will ,June 19, at 11 a.m. at the Parish p.m.Four
celebrate their golden wedding anniversary House. members will be elected to .
on Saturday, June 29, the Board of Directors at this 4 ,
from 7:30: to 9 p.m. at a reception In meeting.The .
the Methodist Fellowship Hall given following members were
by their children, Mrs. Jackie McIn- Flag Day Service'sSunday nominated by the Nominating Committee -T,.
nis of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Pat June 16 to serve on the Board of
Barry of Pensacola, Richard Hobbsof Directors; Jimmy Brownlee, Ben : :
Jacksonville Ms. Darlene Hobbs Flag Day services will be held on Moxley, George Pierce and Ruth 7RAN :
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of Starke and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sunday, June 18.i4.at 2 p.m. at the Powell. I ,
Maxine Hobbs of Gainesville. Elks Lodge on Temple Avenue, Nominations submitted by the
The family request no gifts, followed by a covered dish supper'' membership are as follows Harold I
and boll at the George W,
please. corn (Bash) Bishop, Charley Flynn and
All friends and relatives are in- Brown; home on Kingsley Lake. Shan Johns.
vited to attend. Following the business meeting 50 mOUonfeople take comfort in itM.
there will be a steak supper. Reservations < -
must be made by calling the
Eastern Star Pro Shop. "

Supper June 15 Weeks, U.D.C. BROWN'S REFRIGERATION, ;;,

Starke chapter.. Order of the To.Meet June 17 Thomas ReunionThe -
Eastern Star will have a covereddish Thomas
supper Saturday, June 15, at 7 W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C will be held Sunday,family June 16 reunion at Beulah will 226 S., Walnut Street, Starke 9647731i
meet Monday,June 17,at 11:30: a.m.
in the Masonic Hall. Church ,
p.m. Baptist on highway 21.
for a Dutch treat luncheon at
All Masons and their families are All family members are invited to
Western Steer Steak House.
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I Sharon Sorrells and David Brownlee Wed June 1 in Jacksonville -- ;

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Sharon Kay Sorrells, daughter of Steve Thomas of Crescent: City. A reception was held in the church Silver punch bowls, encircled with
Mrs. Jacqueline Dyal Sorrells and Mrs. Kelly Atkins Munch of Fellowship Hall and a family recep- pink roses and greenery centeredthe
W. Harold Sorrells of Jacksonvilleand Jacksonville attended as matron of tion was held at her mother s home punch tables. L i _
gramlatighter of Mrs. Lloyd honor. Attendents were Ms. Karen immediately following the church Mrs. Olive O'Steen Austin, god- _
Dyal, Sr. of Brooker, and David Clifton Sorrells Pate, sister Miss Jane reception. mother of the bride, kept the guest _
Brownlee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tuten and Miss Shelly Bryant. wild Arrangements of pink roses were book. Assisting were Mrs. Laurie
Clifton Brownlee of Crescent City were attired alike in pink gowns used at points of interest. The Woodall, Mrs. Nancy McGee and
were united in marriage Saturday, pink silk flowers as headpieces. mother of the bride greeted the Miss Suzanne Dyal of Brooker,
June 1, at 7 p.m. in Hogan Baptist They carried long stemmed pink guests at the door. cousin of the bride.
Church, Jacksonville with Rev. J. roses and baby's breath. Lace cloths were used on all the The bride is a graduate of Wolfson
W. Wynn, pastor, performing the Given in marriage by her uncle, tables. The bride's table was High School, Florida Junior Collegeand
nuptials, LaVern Dyal, Jr of Brooker, the centered with a three tiered cake in her junior year at the Univer-
The altar Was highlighted with bride wore a white satin and lace decorated in pink, yellow and white sity of North Florida, majoring in
candles,'candle trees and pink roses gown with seed pearls around the and topped with a miniature Education.The .
and greenery. neck line and short chapel train.She_ bride/groom music box. This was groom is a graduate of Cres-
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Andrews of wore a pearl necklace with mat- flanked by pink roses and greenery cent City High School, and employedby
Brooker presented a program of ching earrings and in her hair she'' Mrs. LaVern Dyal,aunt of the bride, Claude Nolan Cadillac, Inc.,.
nuptial music. wore a crown of seed pearls, borrow. of Brooker, cut the cake. Jacksonville. '
Richard Patterson Jacksonvillewas ed from her sister. She carried a
best man. Ushers were Mike cascade of orchids, pink tea roses
Brownlee, brother of the groom and baby's breath on the white Bible

Dean Fosczi of Jacksonville and used by her mother in her wedding. I I Appreciation Dinner :', ,


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For J.B. Godwin ...,.'
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On Thursday evening, May 30,Jim Operations, Harry Singletary; '.d. .'
Brown Godwin was honored at an' Rankin Brown, Al COOK, R.v. Mr.. and Mrs. Uavia,irownleeArtNOUNClNt
Turner, R.D. Massey, Paul Skelton
appreciation steak dinner given by
So irah Faulk
fellow superintendents and friends and former Union County Sheriff
at the Reception and Medical Center John Whitehead. Ronnie Jones .

Linda Shipp, Hearing Aid Specialist with Audio Training approximately Complex 100,attending.Lake Butler with plaques Mr.Godwin for his was outstanding presented several serviceto To Wed June 15

Department of Corrections the Department of Corrections. Sarah': Faulk and Ronnie Jones will
Hearing Service of Gainesville will be in Starke the Secretary Louie L. Wainwright, introduced Secretary Wainwright also be united in marriage on June 15 at 2

2nd Thursday of Every Month giving FREE Hearing the guest speaker, At- presented a 35 year service pin to p.m. at Hope Baptist Church in
Mr. Godwin.
..... torney General Jim Smith. William Tyler Baker Th eressa.
Tests. Superintendent Godwin was roastedby Several: showers have been given
Mr. and Mrs. William Scott Baker
Among the guests were Mrs. Jim
for Miss Faulk
recently
Deputy Secretary David :
Godwin and daughter, Cheryl. of Mandarin announce the birth of a
Bachman, Assistant Secretary for William born June 9 in
son, Tyler,
ii miscellaneous bridal shower
MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Riverside Hospital.
Mr. wa s given for Miss Sarah Faulk,
Maternal grandparents are
127 E. Call St. Starke 964-7810 and Mrs. George Roberts, great brt de-elect of Mr. Ronnie Jones of
Theressa 2 given by Mrs.
Items of InterestTracy grandmother is Mrs. Jewel Robertsof on May
TODAY June 13 9:30: to 12:30: Starke and great, great, grandmother Doyce; Griffis, Miss Debbie Jonesan
pressive cake depicting a gradua- is Mrs. Miriam Wyflys of 'pi Mrs. Charles Bryant at the
home of the latter Bessent Road.
Davis tion cap and white roses added to the Mandarin. on
Those who are experiencing( some difficulty understan- Mr. .rhe refreshment table was
Given Grad festive atmosphere. Scarlet and Paternal grandparents are
ding words should take advantage of this FREE offer. Party gray candles, linens and party and Mrs. William Baker of Green decorated with an antique white lace
Tracy Davis, daughter of Mr. and favors completed the theme. Cake ville S.C. and grandmother is cloth centered with an arrangementof
Don't put off today, what could make a better tomorrow. great red hand crocheted by Mrs.
Mrs. Harold Davis was honored at andfresh of Greenville. roses
punch, spiced nuts, finger foods Mrs. Ruby Maltby
I an "after graduation" party May 31 fruit provided ample Charles Bryant. The 22 guests en-
jo'fed punch, cake and nuts.
given by Mr. and Mrs. Tommy refreshments.
Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Len Moore Among the guests were the grand- to Brazil miss Faulk was presented with an
hli1223 and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moore at Missionary orchid corsage and as a memento of
THE HEARING NW 16th Ave. parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and a
Visits Starke UMW the occasion, the hostessespr
the home of the latter.A few close friends. Tracy was
AID PLACE Hearl Gainesville, FL scarlet and gray color theme presented with gifts com- esented the honoree with an elec-

Se GIGS 373-5507 was tions.carried Miniature out in the diploma party decora scrolls, memorating this milestone in her Miss Brazil Norma for the Sweeney past 30, missionaryto years with tiC! fan.

life.Assisting Child Evangelism Fellowship, Inc., i On bridal shower
i decorated bouquets and an im659 with decorating and ser- May 14 a lingerie
showed slides and told of her work Welch at
u______ ________ ____ __u _u______ ______ __ ving were Mrs. Owen Alvarez and children and adults in that was given by Mrs. Patrick
with
Mrs. Bonnie he r home on Walnut St.
Padgett and daughters. country at the June meeting of The refreshment table was
United Methodist Women on Tues- covered with an Army/Navy cloth
IrI Sandra Chitty day, the 4th, in Fellowship Hall. and was centered with an arrange-
Luncheon HonoreeMiss Miss Sweeney, who is a former ment, of silk flowers flanked on
I Starke resident, is home on leave. either side by a candelabra. The
I I A Sandra Chitty,June 29 bride- She also shared momentos of her bride's color theme of red was car-
elect, was complimented at a lun- travels with the members. rind out in the decorations. The 15
cheon Saturday, June 8, at the During the business meeting plans guests enjoyed punch and cake served -
Sisters Tea Room in Orange Park at were announced for June group by Miss Debbie Jones.
11 a.m. meetings and a UMW salad supperin 'The honoree was presented with acorsage
Hostesses were Mrs. George August for all of the groups. ) of useful items and a whiten
Roberts, Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. Refreshments were served by DOr length negligee by Mrs. Welch
Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. Randy Nolia Middleton Group 3 followingthe and Miss Jones.A .
Johns, Mrs. James Reddish, Mrs. program.Monthly .
Linda Johns, Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. meetings will commencein kitchen pantry shower was
Bob Ferguson and Mrs. Lavern September. given in the dining room on May 25
5769 Outlaw. by,Mrs. Qlifton Griffis and Mrs.J.B.,
Bridal place cards marked the Bible I ,,;$Jf $,: W; >oaV jtpf, the,bpgpr@e? ; at; ,hert:
seating arrangement for the 21 Vacation School home( on mmok lee Road in-

Electric Paint guests. Centering the dining table Victory Babtist Church eystone Heights.
was an arrangement of nosegays The 14 guests were served in the
Sprayer with streamers in the bride's colors. Vacation bible school will be heldat di ning room. The table was covered
The hostesses the honoree a Victory Baptist Church in Hampton
Give all the gave with a linen cloth centered with a
home pro- serving bowl in her chosen china June 17 21 and will be held cnndelabra.The guests enjoyed hors
jects the pro's touch. pattern as a memento of the occa nightly from 7 until 9 p.m. d'oeuvres, fruit salad, cake and
Most types of paints and sion. Preregistration is on Saturday, June punch.A .
25 Ft. Extension Cord pesticides. Comes with t 15 at 11 a.m. at Victory Baptist on miscellaneous bridal shower
six foot power cord and Pine Street. w as given on May 28 at Hope Baptist
Especially designed for use with all 2-conductor measuring cup. Nancy Lee HonoredAt Everyone is invited to attend the ellowship Hall given by the ladies
DOUBLE INSULATED equipment such as gar702001 Bridesmaid LuncheonMiss fun and Christian fellowship. There of: the church, The 32 guests enjoyed
den tools electric sanders, drills and portable will be arts and crafts, playing; a game which was won by .
tools. #750201 Nancy Lee, whose marriageto refreshments, singing and studying Mlrs.[ G.L. Lovell. The gift table was
Ray Norman was an event of May God's word. Nursery will be provided covered with a white lace cloth
5I 25, was given a bridesmaid's dinner and all ages are invited to attend. centered with a white parasol. The
Thursday night, May 23 given by guests> were served finger sandw -
1289 q9 Mrs. Linda Johns and Mrs. J.R. iches, nuts, assorted desserts, and
Reddish at the home of the latter at Revival ServicesAt punch.
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state farm.
The bride's table was centered Smyrna BaptistThere Miss Faulk and Mr. Jones were
with an arrangement of roses and will be revival services at honored at a cookout on June 1 at the
spring flowers. Two card tables Smyrna Baptist Church, June 16-21 home, of Miss Debbie Jones on Grif-
I were centered with demitasse cups at 7 p.m. nightly. fis Loop. The guests included the
with miniture flower arrangements.The Preaching Sunday thru Wednes- families of the couple and members
tables were covered with Ar- day will be Wilford McCormick and ol'f the wedding party. A dinner of
50 Ft. Extension. Cord my/Navy cloths. Thursday and Friday Ira Salyers. b arbecue chicken, potato salad, baked -
Economy Vise The 20 guests included Mrs. Frank There will be special music each beans, cole slaw, rolls, chocolate
An Designed for use ctrriic Norman and Mrs. Jimmy Lee, night. delight.' 7-up cake, gingerbread, and
outstanding value. DOUBLE-INSULATED el andersudriolls mothers of the bride and groom. The church is located at the cornerof iced: tea.
Sturdy, reliable, lnexpenand portable power tools. Resistant to tempera- The hostesses gave the honoree a Pratt and Myrtle Sts. in Starke. '
sive. Positive locking ture extremes. #750202 rose bud corsage and a sliver Invita- Danny L. Fouraker, pastor. On June 8, Miss Faulk gave a lun-
swivel base. #36935 tion holder with her wedding announcement cl:eon for her bridesmaids and otherh
in it as a memento of ufti red guests at her home on Grif-
the occasion. 11(".. oop. The guests enjoyed a buffet

.. i STARKE .1 I h incheon.

Grace United CHURCH OF GOD

Methodist Church E\ : 422 N. St. Clalr 964-5445 ,
The Don Hallgrens
Walter F. Monti. Pastor
_. .- .... Rd 225 road Across from < j 1 We invite you to worship with us. Hlold Services

Creeper
Constructed of a ply- > SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School 10....
Floor Jack VLightweight
wood body rest, four un- Sunday School . 9:45: am *I Miming. WonMp ............. 11 ..... : congregation of Bradford

dersupports, tackless : and portable . 11 am I EvtnlnB" sifts . . .. 6 p.m. Baptist Church enjoyed a special
bli
Worship this
Sunday
,foam headrest and covered for easy storage any i I VMrwtdiy.. Turth .. .. ... .. 7:30 ,..... D easing and Brenda past Sunday,June 9, as
on
Hallgren from
with fine leatherette 7 5 car trunk. 360 double Oicala, ministered to the ,church

-built! for comfort 16 decked swivel saddle for 3 through music and preaching.Mrs. .
and durability. easy jack positioning. 72ft Hallgren, an accomplished
#815-6215 ",. Automatic by-pass valve. Beauty Shop piianist, played for all three services
#520-1011 "Rosha' ol' the church at 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m.,
arid 6:00: She also
597 Rallord RoaiT p.m. sang duets
with Brother Hallgren. Bro.
,
1 allgren preached a challenging
1 p Special Zotos message on "Scriptural Priorities"for
Film 259 the 11:00: morning worship ser-
: vice. Bro. Don and Brenda were
$2000 rmsJ96415701 jo ined by Pastor and Mrs. David Mc-
CHain I to form a quartet which sang
several! songs in the 6:00 p.m.. ser
1 PAGoIfl Hal!: vice.
Bro. Hallgren served
as minister
With $20 Purchase j All Purpose L oil' music and youth in a Starke area
I Cleaner B.aptist church from 1976-1981. He
1
--- currently is director of a
youth
1 Valid at'liftotorlon/ only Offs Cxplrn June 30, 1985 I Powerful and gentle Ingredients eiiisemble at an Ocala Baptist
1 I safely clean church, where Brenda serves as
1 I as/ materials while special CYPRESS MULCH pit anilt. -

I I detergents quickly emulsify !- The Hallgrens will be returning to
oil and dirt for easy & PINE BARK Biradford Baptist Church on Sunday,
removal. #3300 July 7. Bro. Hallgren will be
---- -- r preaching in the 11:00: a.m. and 6:00:
You pick-up or We deliver p. m. services Visitors are welcome

Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery to' attend.; Bradford Baptist Church
Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. NAPA meets in the Southside Elementary
,
CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING School: auditorium. For further In-
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Make it irmation contact Pastor McClain at

i 964-4441.; ,
964.6649'
'." 155, W. Browrttee'l Road :. Starke 964-6 60 NAPAlltANDoay
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LtiwteyMatriarBy+ : Allie Strong Honored on 80th Birthday 4 YFII.


:Odessa:l UamiUon.Sucal Mrs. Strong underwent triple by. with'flowers, gifts,cards, a food buffet with happiness at the end. She cut
| hi:The TccgpiI:! pass heart surgery in January and is and a Cake with red roses from and served her guests her birthday
stronger now. She- gets around the her three sons, and a pianist playing cake.
WS:'Allie Strong of The PeelSVille house to do her chores enjoys sew songs of Mrs. Strong's choice. He "I wish that all of my friends could
area of Lawtey was honored for her ing, visiting people, going to church favorite song Was "Amazing have been here, but they know I still
80th birthday in a surprise party cooking, and serving people in her Grace"Mother love them," Mother Strong said. "I
May 25 at the Econo Lodge in Starke home and community. Strong was so happy she thank God for letting me live to see
hosted by her three sons. Friends and relatives present for cried at the beginning. She smiled this year."
A proud Mother Strong was very the birthday celebration included
surprised to find her two oldest sons, Rev. Willie Huffman, pastor of .
Jimmie Strong and Dr. S.E. Strong, St.John Baptist Church; C.C. Anderson Sgt. Gregory Martin Stationed in GermanyArmy I.
who.live in Toledo, Ohio, present. and his sister, Miss A.B. Anderson -
Her youngest son, Clifton Roger a special aunt and uncle; Mr. Staff Sgt. Gregory G Mar- Fort Bragg,"N.C.
Strong, lives in Jacksonville. Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Bell, neice Evelena lin, son of Donald J. Martin of His wife, Vickie is the daughter of w.
Strong also has two stepdaughters, Kittles. Starke, has arrived for duty in West John A. and Jenette Ussery of 1002
Mildred ;and Linne Bea of Ohio. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Germany. Third Ave., La Grange, Ga.
h Mrs. Strong is also the mother of Hampton and Mrs. Irie John Marlin, a communications system The sergeant is a 1973 graduate of r )
her church, St.John Baptist Churchin Hamilton, Sr. specialist with the 3rd Infantry Divi Bradford High School.
Lawtey. Mother Strong was surrounded son, was previonitv assigned at

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Mrs. E.W. Hodges Sr. rr


To Birthday Celebrate June 80th 22 I ( __. Our Pledge to Our Customers...

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Mrs. Evan W. Hodges Sr. will '

celebrate, June her 22, 80th from birthday 4 to 9 p.m on:Saturday at her I Second to # :

home in Brooker (across the street
from the post office.)
A reception in her honor is being
given by her children: Mrs. Doris I none
Roe Mrs. Veleita Lovelace of you'reSale
Jacksonville E.W. Hodges, Jr. of AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE ,
Hampton Lake Laverne
Brooker and Lavonia Edwards Bobbie of IIII prices good thru Sat.. June 15. One Drug Store Really !. Better Than The Reatl
Strickland of Callahan. we reserve the right to limit quantities.
All friends and relatives are invited SM the yellow pages for the ickerd nearest you.
to attend and share this joyous
occasion with Mrs. Hodges.

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Whitley
of Americus, Ga. were at their
Kingsley Lake home Saturday to YL / ,p l mtiJ
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Wednesday, June 8-12, to attend the ,. I II ; fl 1 2i'e
St. Johns Country Day School '
P' ITYLENOL

graduation activities of her son II IO ) ,
Palmer DeWitt Brown. Palmerreceived '': \' y '- MmJ I
recognition in all three of \
the sports in which he
participated.
Palmer is the son of Paul G. Brown :; RIGHT GUARD LAUNDRY DETERGENT DISHWASHING LIQUID CANDY BARS
Orange Park and the grandson of '',
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer of 't
Kingsley Lake. \ 5


Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran were \ 89 FOR 1QQ
weekend guests of Capt and Mrs.

John Myers in Tequesta. I WAX ARM 42OZ.or lHAMMER .

Mrs. Eddie Douglas returned EXTRA-STRENGTH YOUR CHOICESPRAY. YOUR CHOICE
Tuesday after surgery in North ; CAPSULES STICK 65-02. Whilequantities 32-OZ. 4 TYPES Selection may vary
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their nephew of Gainesville, were III I I.. i __ .-=-_
dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Hague GIItFT FOIZ DAD Z FOR DAD FOR DAD FOR pA F OR-- pAD
Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Frank ', 'G1F : Gg T. GIlIF4 I Gtl"RI

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and Mrs. James Byers andfamily : U !f l,
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TOUCH GLOW AlIZA LONG I O* 4B ENTIRE' STOCK OF : TT SANPIPER
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May 30-31 with Mr. and Mrs. Dave !
Phillips and daughter,Dana Weaverin i
Williston, and attended Dana's f-p.r t ? '
honor night from sixth grade. HI { 4Y
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Tommy Shirley Jr. of Winter T41 "
Park and Hilary Mills of Gainesville FpUeK \ F 'ata
this week with their i aPTIMICh /
spending
are
grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. I ; L "\' >>i } kkC ::: :..,:g I *' :;1.';' .
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New Hope Baptist Church... Kodak Paper,

Rev. Jake Davis. Pastor Eckerd brand products are all tested and formulated '
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day, June is, at 3 p.m. If you're dissatisfied with any Eckerd brand product .
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' Baptist Holds Church Softball League Lead With 15-3 Record I



f' lead Northside the men's Baptist Church continued Softball to Jr. Stars 20 Airpark 8 Northside 11 First New River 8 Smyrna 2 Starke Stars Madison St. New
league, sponsored by the Starke The Jr. Stars scored 20 runs on 24 Methodist 5 New River Baptist defeated Smyrna 7 River 12 Airpark 11
I Recreation Department. hits to give them a 20-8 win over Air- Baptist 8-2 in,a game featuring New River Baptist squeezed out a
\ In action through June park Baptist June 6. Northside Baptist rolled over First extra-base hits June 4. The Starke Stars rolled over 12-11 victory over Airpark Baptist
Inside is 15-3, followed 11, Nor- Brian Whitehead weht 3-5 for the Methodist 11-5 June 4. John Samons had 2 doubles for the Madison Street Baptist 12-7 June 11. June 10.New ,
Starke Stars at closely by the Jr. Stars, including 2 doubles. Pat Welch led the winners at the winners, with Tod Samons double The Stars were led at the plate by River was led at the plate by
13-3. and Smyrna a
Baptist! at 125. In 3rd Dewey Williams also went 3-5, with plate with 3 hits in 4 trips, includinga and John Ramsey hitting a John David Francis 4-4. and Robert Wayne Cain who was 3-4 with a home
Methodist! at 12-5, followed place by Is First New Allen Woods and Jamey Carver going triple. Jackson Prevatt was also Steve Henkle,Frank trif.le. Carver and David Hamilton{ 34. run,and Jack Anderson who was 3-4
34. Chuck Johnson was 4-4, and An- with a double and a triple.
David
34.Curtis Norton
had doubles
!3tJ2ftBlJ*, Madison Street Crawford and for Smyr- drew Moon 2-2 to lead Madison
AirPark Larry Roberts led Airpark at the was 2-4. na. Lonnie Olive and Nugent were 3-4
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and Jr. Stars 3-14. 4-13. plate, going 3-4 including 2 doubles. Dwayne Alday 2-3 for the losers. Street. for Airpark.

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: Braves i Swimming, Life Saving Courses...
Hold On To Dixie Lead
Major Swimming and life saving classes will be offered June 17-28 through
the
Center for Health and Fitness
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The Braves! won one and lost one over the Bulldogs June 7. Powers had a triple, and winners. from Beginning 9-10 .swimming classes for those 6 years and older are set
the a.m.'Intermediate
during past week, but continued Jeremiah Crawford was 2-3 with 2
Christopher Rodriguez had a double. Casey Grey and Devin Jackson
to lead the Dixie Boys Baseball doubles in the swimming instruction for those 6 and older is
leading Dodgers. David Norman had a triple and were 1-1 for the Mets. set 10-11 a.m.'Senior years
League, sponsored by the Starke Russell Thornton had a double for Thomas Wood a double in leading
Recreation Department. the Bulldogs. the life saving, available for those 13 and older, will be offered
Expos.
In action through June from noon to 3p.mAll .
10, the
Expos 4 Braves
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Braves were 15-2 on the Mets classes will last for two weeks and meet Monday
season. In 8 Expos 7 Giants 12 Mets 1 through Friday.
2nd place were the Dodgers at 12-7 The Expos scored 2 runs in the top American Red Cross cards will be given to all those who !
successfully
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The Mets scored in the bottom of
The Giants jumped out to 3-0 of the 9th inning and complete the classes.
a hung Classes
for
followed by the Giants 11-5, Mets 9-8 on a 4-3 will meet at 1120 Bessent Road. (The
Astros 4-11,Expos 3-10,and the 8th inning on a home run by lead in the 1st inning, and pitcher win over the Braves June 10. place and age limits are different than previously announced.)
213. Bulldogs Devin Jackson to take an 8-7 win Donald Francis held the Mets to just Duane Lee was the big bat for the Fees for beginning and intermediate swimming will be$30
Dodgers 11- Bulldogs 1 over the Expos June 7. 2 hits for a 12-1 win June 10. Expos, going 2-4 with 2 doubles. son. Senior life saving will be$30, or $35 for credit. per per-
Jackson hit two home runs in go- John Strickland and Collins Homer Martin Registration forms
Wyatt at 2-3 and Lonnie are available at the BH Center
The for Health &
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Bandits Dominate Dixie Boys LeagueThe I


Bandits continue to dominate doubles. Bandits pulled out a 10-6 victory over ble for the Bandits. Cox Appliance
action in the Dixie Boys Baseball Bandits the Rangers June 10. James Langley had a home run,
League, sponsored by the Starke ,10 Rangers 6 Edward Douglas and Charles and Shane Reddish a triple for the
Recreation Department.In Each tpam collected 9 hits but the Mullins were 2-4, and each hit a dou- Rangers. M &
action through June 10,the Ban- I -.- -
dits,were in first place at 14.5 on the BUXED "
Air
season. The Mavericks were in 2nd Conditioning
place at 11-7, followed by the +
Rangers 10-9, Bulls 9-8, and the M1a3 4:1
Bulldogs Bulls 6 at- Rangers 2-15. 4 S= At:: & Service

The Bulls scored all of their runs .
in the 4th inning in defeating the Service and Repair on:
Rangers in a game played June 3.
Alvin Jenkins, Thomas TBoneDelmonico. . . . .8.99 GROUND I r All Major Appliances
Pomerleau, James McNeal, and / \ Air Conditioning
Terrence Berry had one hit each for BEEF
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the Bulls. 9.39 \ Refrigeration Electrical:
Dale Wiggins and Quinton Ford . . Box
each had a double for the Rangers. 99
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Bandits 10 Mavericks 5 Ribeyes. . . Box
The Bandits scored an easy 10-5 V
victory over the Mavericks June 3. Nettles
Harold Davis and Charles Mullins 12C 91Q 964-7462
each had a double for the Bandits. Cabbage . . . lb. Sausage . . .u.. lo
Jason Johnson was 3-3,including 2 A
doubles to lead the Mavericks.
Little Charlie's
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The Bandits scored 7 runs in the Pizza BUTCHER SHOP Pepsi Starke, Florida 32091
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I Hampton Hilites .Phone By Dolores 4C8-1915 Meng fc_, .- s. .Gina Lane:, Commissioned as Officer I


Davis, Rhonell Estes, Daren
Hampton'JamboreeOn Kinberly Wilson Stacey Young, Estevez, Terry Jenkins, Misty

Saturday, July 6, beginning at Christy Comer Billy Kyle, Fletcher Koehler,Wesley Lester, Angela Mit- 'Gina Lane, a 1982 graduate of
7:30: p.m. another Jamboree Is planned Rodgers,Joey hail and Cindy Davis. chell, Jill Powers, Pam Rhoden, Bradford High .School
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at,the new Hampton City Park. Math Excellence Certificateswere Stacey Rhoden, Randall Smith graduate of Santa Fe Community
Bands WILL entertain and food given to: Stacey Young,Jason Michelle Strickland, CherylThomas College, recently graduated with
will be available. Padgett, Johnny Hernandez, Jose Dale Koser, Tyler Hayes honors from Angelo State University -
Donations of cakes will be ap- Aviles, Eric Donnerstag, Danlelle and Sherry Arthur. San Angelo, Texas. She was
preciated. Mrs. Olie Sheppard may Hersey Donald Dick Gene Birt, Receiving Seventh Grade awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree
be contacted at 468-1199 for more information Michael McKejnsle, Billy Kyle, Flet- Superlative Certificates as voted on with a Government major, and a
cher Rodgers, Regina Padgett by classmates were: Cindy Davis .minor in French. ..,
Michelle Hayes, David Roberts andMark Most Intellectual; Allison Archery ?
Gina was one of 35 students
Crawford. Most Talented; Stacey Rhoden .
selected from a student body of
Those serving on the School Patrol Friendliest 6,000
Hampton Elementary : Misty Koehler and
for listing in "Who's Who Among
Jenkins
and receiving Certificates were: Wittiest
Terry ; Michelle
in
Students American
Universitiesand
Awards ProgramOn Wyatt Collins, Tommy Condone, Strickland and Tyler Hayes Most "
Colleges. She was active in the
Tuesday evening, June 4, Prin- Mary Wood, Donald Smith, Macey Athletic; Cheryl Thomas and Dale Air Force Reserve Officer Training
cipal Connie Clark welcomed Rhoden, David Bridges, Robbie Koser Best All Around; Jill Powers at
Corps Angelo State
students, parents and friends to the Padgett, Danny Manz, Aimee and Wesley Lester Cutest. and served in various University,
school cafetorium where an Awards Hodges, Terry Brown, Amy Horne, PTA Officers receiving Cer ,achieving the rank of leadershiproles cadet Lt. I : ET'1L'
Program took place. Jodi Ford, Cheryl Thomas, Allison tificates were: Judy Archery.President Colonel. She was also one of eight
Principal Clark presented Certificates Archery, Sherry Arthur, Tyler ; Bill Sanford Vice President-; graduating seniors who received
to students having Perfect Hayes, Dale Koser, Misty Koehler, Sal lye Scoggins Secretary; andDebbie commissions as 2nd Lieutenants in
Attendance for the entire school Terry Jenkins, Jill Powers, Angela Broome Treasurer. the U.S. Air Force
year: Hope Archery, Louann Hall, Mitchell, Nicole Clark Karen School Volunteers receiving Cer-
Jennifer Glenn, Tim Crews, Jason Estevez, Melissa Byrd and Rhonell tificates were: Arlene Rich, Lewis Capt. Chuck Sparks, an Air Force .
Padgett, Beth Kinnan, Dewey Me- Estes. Marney! Connie Muse, Vickie Recruiter from Chicago and a cousinof -_ -
Clellan, Sarah Underwood, Regina Spelling Bee Certificates were Crews, Kay Hughes, Mary Ford, Gina, administered the oath of office Lt. Colonel Paul M. Lang, Commander of Detachement 247, and
Padgett, Macey Rhoden and Allison presented to Allison Archery Win- Sallye Scoggins, Debbie Broome, in ceremonies at Angelo State Dr. Lloyd D. Vincent, President of Angelo State University, con-
Archery.Receiving. ner; Danny Manz-First Runner Up; Judy Orion and Dolores Meng. Ran- University.After gratulate Gina Lane at comissioning ceremony.
Certificates for the all A Misty Koehler-Alternate and Henry dy Scoggins received special completing 22 weeks of
Honor Roll were: Alicia Baker, Rhoden Third Runner Up. recognition as being the Super training at Tyndal AFB, Florida reaching their targets. She will also .pie! of Starke for the encouragement,
Jason McCullough, Shawn Muse, Receiving Certificates for Student Chicken Cooker. Gina will serve as an air weapons assist in the security of U.S. bordersby she has received over the years. She'
Tori Hersey, April Scoggins, Library Assistants were: Angela The Kindergarteners were adorned control officer at McChord AFB, monitoring airspace over the is the daughter of Ted and Judy I
Charlotte Smith, Christina Broome. Mitchell, Allison Archery and in murnu costumes and leis. They Washington, where she will serve as Northwestjquarter of the country Lane,and the sister of Eric Lane,all
air control officer
Laurel Cheryl Thomas. had completed a study on Hawaiiand an weapons for :
Jennifer C.K. \.ina
Darley, Fuqua, exDrPI..Q flanks to the i peO-- of Sfnrke
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Sanford and Danielle Hersey Super P.E. Students for the year sang Hawaiian melodies with fighter aircraft, assisting them in .
Kindergarteners receiving Cer were: Edward Baker Jenny the assistance of their teachers,
tificates for the A B Honor Roll Johnson, Brian Salvatore, Jose Cynde Lawrence and Millie
were: Hope Archery, Edward Aviles, Tina Buckallew, Fletcher Galanos. Th UI I
Baker, Roxann Condone, Jaclyn Rodgers, Tommy Condone' and Certificates this year were ? 1L
Crews, Louann Hill, Kristopher Hin- Allison Archery. especially attractive as they had all *
son, Steve Innocent, Lisa McClellan, Physical Fitness Team Certificates been laminated with the laminator. The bicycle was Invented by Klrkpatrlck Macmillan a blacktrnitFTln, 1839 It weighed 57 pounds and had a
Roy Rhoden, Angela Strickland, went to: Gene Birt, Kelly recently donated hv the PTA r wooo frttniA. **

Randee Varnum and Charles Wood- Lee Hali Della Koser, Dana Hall, Joey ti'P" y _U 7' -:: "' Jlj)_- J J'I -n. ..ft..WIA..
ward. Regina Padgett, Cecil Woods, -- - ---- _-. -
Certificates for the A B Honor Michelle Hayes, Aimee Hodges,
Roll went to: Rebekah Comer, Jen- Robbir Padgett, Any Horne, Allison
ny Johnson, Melissa Kyle, Ian Archery, Angela Mitchell, Macey" THE
Marney, James Rhoden, Jennifer Rhoden, Michele Strickland Dale
Glenn, Julie Collins, Wayne Koser, Tyler Hayes and David OFFICE
Crawford, Sonya Hodges, Jennifer Roberts.
Jones, Tracey McCullough, Kevin Those completing the Seventh
Orton, Brian Salvatore, Jon Glenp, Grade who will be going on to the SHOP
Tammy Toemke, Jose Aviles, Bradford Middle School in the Fall

Angela Baker, Eric Donnerstag, and receiving Certificates were: t 110 W.Call Si.
Jason Padgett, Rodney Padgett, Allison Archery, Nicole Clark, Cindy .

964-5764 Gilt For Your Dad

. Legal NoticesNOTICE / Starke. Fla. ., .. .. .... -'-


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((904)) 964.8272 PUBLIC NOTICE ''j,
and file the original with .'
NOTICE Is .hereby. given WEATHERIZATIONPROGRAM
the Clerk of the above .
that" on Monday June 24, before -
styled court on or
1985 at 10:00 o'clock Notice to local laborcarpentry :
July 2,1985; otherwise a r-WS
A.M., the undersigned. judgment may be ( ) subcontractors .
Gator Frleghtways, Inc., ,
entered for
against you
Suwanee River Cross Butane
will sell at public auction the relief demanded in
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. the Petition. Economic Council Inc.,
Jacksonville, Fla., one WITNESS hand and hereby announces Gas Lighter
my Notice of Intenr to ad. Pen Sets
lot of appliance
parts the seal of said Court on "
consigned to Beachmore" May 28, 1985.GILBERT minister Income the H.R.S.FamiliesWeatherizatlon low- Aurora 45" \ .
& SatelliteBeach
Supply S. BROWN
Fla.; one lot of CLERK ProgramIn
stone cast natl' blocks Bradford County, from $2200
Beulah Moody
By:
consigned to Mr Harold 5/30 4tchg 6/20 the present time to end $1550Swintec a
Hensby Minns, Fla. to of existing contract
It is anticipated that
and
satisfy freight PUBLIC NOTICE ,
storage charges, under WEATHERIZATIONPROGRAM
the provisions of Section 21150.00 will be spent

4b( ) of Uniformed Stan. Suwannee River on w.othe'zatlan' labor 300 ti4 r '
dard Bill of lading. carpentry-repair
Inc.hereby
Economic Council
before the end of 1985 G0iParDesk
Gator Frelghtways' Inc. announcesNotice
calendar year in Brad ElectronicCalculator
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of Intent to ad- Minimum
01.505122 dtd 4/19/85 ford County. > .
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minister the H.R.S. Low let. pautln f
requirements are a
6/13-6/20 2tehg! Families
Income
ter of reference from a Set
Weatherizatlon ProgramIn
local business person or
Bradford County from of
minister proof re

of the existing present contract.It time to. end quired and before local a licenses contract, $1 8 9 $ 2 000 Pansonic 4ColorGraphic

approxlm Is anticipated tely that will Suwanee be River accepted Economic by Penwriteroo

$19,227.00 will be spenton
NOTICERONALD Council Inc., a certificate -
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NEWMAN, SR. weatherlzatlon of Insurance
AND JOHN D. ODOM III materials before the end showing comprehensive $
has mad. application to of 1985 calender year. liability Insurance that 38 7
the Starke Zoning and All materials purchased includes premises and Car '
Auto Visor
Planning Board for must meet minimum completed operation. Reg. 489.00
reclassification of the standards as publishedin Workman's Compensation
property described the Federal Register. Is deducted from
below from RIA to R-2A Materials are securedby the labor check if not Tool Kits Kit
22.4 acres located North'of Suwannee River carried by the Contrac
Hwy 229 (BrownleeRd. Economic Council, Inc. Issuing 4 K Memory, 9-Phrase Text II

.) and West of Hwy 16 a purchase orderto tor.A meeting will be heldat $ 5 0 0 0 *
participating Vendor $1 j 6 Word-Wrap Search and Edit
(Raiford Rd.), out of 9.30-11:30: : a.m. In 2 6 ,
based on prices quoted.All I
Parcel 2345-0000 in Sec. Lake Butler Florida at Wide
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Lion 20, Township 6 local building the Community Center Display I
South Range 22 East, formultl.famllyaportments. 'materials suppliers who 855 S.W. 6th Avenue on Selectable Courier Italic Character Font ;
desire to do business June 13 1985Thursday. ,
This change In with Suwannee River, All those Interested in 10 Different Character Sizes
Council Inc.
Economic
classification Is subjectto the above mentioned
a public hearing to beheld should submit a letter to program should contactus Built-in Computer Interface (RS-232C)
on Thursday, June the Executive Director in writing before June Bar Set _
27,1985 at 7:00 P.M., In P. O. Box 70. Live Oak 21, 1985 P.O. Box 70 Live PortfoliosFancy Victor 800
the Council Florida 32060 so stating. Miniature Elec. -
Room In the Oak, Fla. 32060.
Starke City Hall on This letter should be Suwonee River Marble BaseMoustache
Thompson Street, postmarked before June Economic Council is an and Plain Alarm Clock ESecfronicCalculator
Starke, 211985.
Florida. At this Equal Opportunity
time all Vendors will be
person Interested Employer.
shall be heard selected on quality Francis T.Jackson $2500 $650
for or against the.. proposal materials for lowest May 20, 1985 l Itchg from $ 22 9 0 .
prices
as specified In the 6/13/85
Zoning Code of the Cityof Francis T. Jackson
Starke, Florida. May 20.1985 NOTICE $11 9
Walter Westcott, Chairman 1 Itchg 6I I 3/B5 NOTICE Is hereby 139
given that on Monday, Reg.
Starke Zoning &Planning NOTICE June 17.1985 at 10:00: '
Board 6/13/851tchg NOTICE is hereby o'clock A.M., the undersigned 3.0010 Off Old Boston Cannon
Gator
given that under and by ,
virtue Part IV of Chapter Frleghtways, Inc will
83 F.S. as Self-Storage sell at public auction for Set on Any Hon Sip Flask Personal
Facility Act that the cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.
undersigned will sell for Jacksonville, Fla., one Desk File
}' cash to the highest bidder lot of Wood base & Trim $ -8000 $ oooi Home Copier
Focal Point,
IN .THE CIRCUIT at 301-S 1640 S. consigned to
CO URT.EIGHTH Walnut Street Stark., Atlanta Ga. to satisfy i ) Cabinet or ChairIn
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Despite recent. drought, researcher says new improved grapes may be area's next big cropBy

Anne H. Sponholtz

Ask anyone wudi comes to mind which is presently known simply as
when you mention Florida and they BD8-77 is Dr. John A. Mortensen.
will probably tell you, sunshine, After years of extensive research at
beaches and oranges. But it is very the Leesburg center Dr. Mortensenis
likely that grapes will become as ready to release the first Florida
synonymous with Florida as these seedless grape.
other attractive assets. Although there is nothing you can
The Florida Agricultural do with a seedless grape you can't do
Research Center in Leesburg, whichis with a grape containing seeds, Dr.
part of the University of Florida's Halbrooks pointed out that the con
Institute of Food and Agricultural sumer demand for a seedless grape
Sciences, has been taking giant has been the primary consideration + ir'wk
strides in improving Florida's grape throughout the lengthy research. rt'- _
industry.Dr. The light-green grape you buy at
Mary Halbrooks, assistant the grocery store today is
professor of food crops at the California's Thompson seedless
Leesburg research center recently grape. With the introduction of a
toured five area U-Pick vineyards. Florida seedless grape, it is very
Dr. Halbrooks was escorted on the likely Florida will take a bite out of
tour by area growers Felicity California's' table-fruit market
Trueblood of Melrose and George which presently dominates the
Comer of Grandin. The consesus of market with a price tag estimated at
the group was that the greatest nearly $300 million.
enemy to this year's crop has been "First, we will be able to get the
the drought we have been experiencing. seedless grape to market about four r
weeks ahead of California. And 1
"We haven't had any significantrain there exists a very real possibility
since December," Ms. that we may be seeing a grape tt
Trueblood told Dr. Halbrooks as harvest in October as well as May," 1v
they examined discolored leaves said Dr. Ilalbrooks. t
from Ms. Trueblood's vineyard Following two winters of freezing
which showed the effects from the weather and the devastating canker
: lack of rain. disease eating away at the Florida
: Area U-Pick vineyards usually citrus industry, many citrus
open in August, but both Ms. growers are exploring the
Trueblood and Mr. Comer were con possibilities the grape industry may
cerned over the present size of the hold as an alternative crop for them. kv
grapes as they anticipated their Dr. Mortensen and members of his
i August harvest. staff recently conducted a workshop
i. Dr. Halbrooks collected leaf in Winter Haven to answer questionsfrom
samples, took pictures of the citrus growers.
vineyards, answered questions and There is one school of thought that
made notations throughout her tour. believes there exists a viable option
j j Dr. Halbrooks' position at the of converting the once active orange
\ Leesburg research center calls for juice rocessingplants in North Central -
her to devote her time between extension Florida into grape juice process r
and research. This is a new ing plants. This option is presently
position at Ihe research center being explored. Other experts are of rh&aa by Mark rrl.dlln
l' which was made possible because of the opinion that there is a glut in the

the Florida Legislature's commit. juice and raisin market and .... .
ment has meant the appropriation of Florida's best bet lies in the ta:,le-
\ $500,000()() toward research over fruit marker :'
grape .. .. ....1. '- "'"'" ---
\ the past tWo years -"' There seem td be total agreement"that \
According to Ms. Trueblood, the heart of the citrus industry ,
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membership in the Florida Grape has, because of the last two winters, slMr. Aft ; .tyr ;
Growers Association, which was moved south of Orlando.If .
formed in 1923, deminished duringthe you have had occasion to drive
Olio's: when the Pierce's Disease through Central Florida recently,
played havoc on the grape industry. you didn't need to be an expert in the
Acres and acres of vineyards were citrus industry to see how deadly the
destroyed. Today careful analysis is devastation has been.
made at the Leesburg research Those areas of Florida where you
center to assure that new strains of once saw grove after grove of citrus
grapes released are Pierce's trees perched upon rolling hills,
Disease resistant. Ms. Trueblood, decorating the landscape with color "
who is vice president of the Florida and life, lush green leaves basking in
Grape Growers Association said the sunlight, limbs heavy with color lkl
that the association is presently experiencing ful mouth watering fruit are no 7
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Instead the hills the id
membership. rolling give 9' .. '"
There are two types of grapes appearance of an ancient, unkempt ... ...
d grown in Florida. The muscadine graveyard with black, bare 'fcx* v .."- ...
grape, which all five of the area monuments standing in rows as a tf .'44.. ,*
U-Pick growers have growing, and tribute to what once was, and will I ,
the bunch grape. The muscadine never be again, "for sale" signs announcing '-' tt'a '.
grape is indigenous to the southeast, the future of these grave : ; .pF4 ir
and if you are a Florida cracker, you yards, bull dozers predicting the fate .
; probably know it best as the "scup- of the monuments. Avwl'Ji ,I

pernong"The big. news from Dr. Halbrooks:! paradises Whether will these one once day agricultural be covered ->* n i &*J&MF& ,

was about the bunch grape. with vinyards or shopping centers W fe *a/r/ ;;
"Florida's first seedless bunch and developments remains to be h .
grape will be released to nurseries in seen, but no doubt the release of the n.'A-tf4ff!: '. > iA.'f":; ,. '!.:M! \\\\JM y-' I /, ... J

late 1986. Growers should be in seedless grape will probably awaken
operation soon after, and the what many have referred to as New Harvest...
seedless grape should be on the Florida's sleeping giant the grape Agricultural researcher Ur. :Mary Halbrooks, middle be Jo'lorida'slIext big; 4.. orl.
supermarket shelves by 1990," announced industry and it will undoubtedly right, takes pictures of Grandin grape !grower George :Melissa! Is getting .tyg head start in the world of
Dr. Halbrooks. awaken, wielding a powerful impact 44 Comer's (center) latest crop. Or. llaibiooks! is cur business! !with her new machine.
The father of this seedless rape, upon the entire state. rently making a study of a crop some experts! say may




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Mark Friediin ship trom Coleco ManutacturmgCo. terested in seeing how well she inging in the computers so the kids
4 BCT Staff WriterA ., the maker of her computer, taking worked a joystick compared to the could get to know about them," Mrs.
second grader who's "into" advantage of an offer by the keyboard."She Peterson says. "If it hadn't been for
computers? company last Christmas. She says Melissa's first exposure to them at
You'd better believe it. Her nameis she plans on "spending it right hereat picked up all of the basic Southside, she might have never
Melissa Randolph and she is eight Santa Fe Community College" functions of the machine very quickly known how much she enjoys work-
.r years old and attends Southside when she's old enough to take advantage ," Mrs. Peterson said. "She was ing with them, or at least it would
Elementary in Starke where she was of the offer. already an A honor roll student, but have taken her a lot longer to be exposed -
in Ms. Hamilton's class. we really thing the computer has improved to them."
She received an impressive look her schoolwork and added a
The difference between Melissa ing certificate announcing her new dimension to her learning. I The computers at Southside
and many of her other classmates is scholarship, which was set up to aid think she has a big head start in the Elementary are just part of a
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...... that this young lady is a real com promising students like Melissa who computer world, if she stays In- schoolwide trend toward teaching
puter "hacker", spending hours in showed both an interest and skill terested in it, she may have a chancefor youngsters "computer literacy", or
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,; t with skill she she in the field the ability to be at ease around the
......: front of her monitor screen learningthe computers, a says a good job one day.
i functions of the keyboard and all first picked up at school. machines and to use them for basic
.."i .i\ about the amazing things the Melissa can already type a tasks,at an early age, an increasingly
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s 1 machines can do. "They had the Radio Shack computers business letter properly with her important skill for students enter-
d'i at school and that's where I machine, and uses it to store lessons ing a highly competitive job market
mow. Lrlw "She's always been the type to go first learned to operate one," she has already done for future when they get out of highschool."The .
off by herself and do her own thing," Melissa says.."I couldn't get enough reference.
Melissa's grandmother, Mrs. time on the machine to do all the "
says Mary-Ellen Peterson. Mrs. Peterson things I wanted to do, so 1 asked for "That's one of the hitngs I like competition, made up of the
helped Melissa set up her new unit one of my own." about using the computer the most," brightest students from other coun-
last Christmas when the machine Melissa said as her fingers wizzed tries, are already well along the way
came as a "gift from Santa". She The bright young over the keys with seemingly the in learning to incorporate the
helps Melissa learn to program her second-gradergomg( into third, she greatest of ease. "You can store machines into their school
machine and learn about the various insisted I say) says it was a bit con anything and just call it back up on ciriculum said one instructor
functions. "This has been quite a fusing when the machine first came, the screen later. Sometimes I'll put recently at Bradford High School,
fascination for her ever since all wrapped up in about five dif something in the computer and which features classes in computer
Christmas when we got the machine. ferent boxes, but with a little help forget that I ever did it until I call it instruction and offers an entire room
You should have seen her face when from her mother and her grand- back up. I'm looking forward to be- devoted to the machines. "We needto
4 she opened it up and put it together.She's mother, the computer was soon ing able to use it all year in school realize that these kids will be our
been fascinated by it ever humming away, printing out when I start third grade. I think competition in the world of business
Computer Whiz... since./'just anything Melissa felt like writing, as every. student should have one., and finance in the years ahead. All
Elgtu-}ear-old Melissa Randolph, a student al SuuthsMe Elementary well as keeping she and her little the knowledge we can possibly give
School iii Sl.ii he, shows off her$500 scholarship from the manufacturer of brother amused with some of the "We're thankful that :southslde the students now will help this coun-
her home computer. Melissa also won a $300 scholar- latest video games,when she was in- Elementary put in a program for br- try in the future,"







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By Linda Wharton LRtVl EditorA large activity building, called the \ :
Dottie Shaw Building, which has a .,
big all-day picnic kicked off full size basketball court and a full
the summer season here at North size stage. It is equipped with four ,
Florida Christian Service June 1 on carpet ball games, a four-square : : -.
Lake Johnson. court, pink pon tables and various :
Church groups,area residents and other games. A\: : ,
the general public were all invited No swimming is allowed in the
and came out,brought their own pic- lake, but an oversized 70,000 gallon I
nic lunches and joined in the fun. swimming pool with an enlarged
Activities included plenty of swim- shallow end,handles up to 100 swimmers :
ming, ball games organized,and for easily at one time. During
those who liked to 'get away from it camp sessions, the pool is guardedby / M t Ai
all,' fishing and canoing activities a certified life guard. ) r w
around the scenic shores. Other outdoor facilties include ball
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The camp site is located off CR-214 fields for both Softball and volley
on the shores of Little Lake Johnson ball; an obstacle course, and canoes rr
and it is one of four camps in the for boating and fishing.
state that is supported by 35 Chris- The camp dining hall has recently
tian Churches located throughout been remodeled with a lowered ceil- e
Florida. ing and ceiling fans for summer .
Full time caretakers and campsite comfort.A d r:
residents Bob and Joyce Hodge say modern stainless steel kitchen +' .
they would like to see more lake adjoins the dining hall as does the hs.'W
region young people become involved canteen where campers can buty ;
with their summer program at T-shirts, candy and cold drinks during -
the camp. the day.A 1 r .Y>l ss
"Although our program is sup- vespers area overlooking Lake
ported by the Christian Church its Johnson offers a quiet repose from
curriculum is non-denominational," the busy summer camping ac
Hodge pointed out. tivities. cAM
The camp program combines Facilities also include public +,
religious, social and physical restrooms and showers, four Ar
aspects for, a well rounded curriculum teaching shelters and areas for -',
During the summer program recreational vehicle hookups.Mrs. .
,there is a ratio of one couselorto Hodge, who is in charge of Bob lodge prepares his camp for another Summerstated.
six or eight campers and most the camp kitchen, says the camp
couselors are on a volunteer basis receives commodities through the
provided by member churches. Federal program and this helps The Trip Camp consists of an June 16 through 21 with a Senior grades 6-7; Aug 11-16, Junior High
During camp sessions there is a keep the camp tuition fees down. Besides the regular weekly sessions away-from-camp excursion whcih High Camp for grades 1012. Canoe Camp, grades 6-7; and Aug
nurse on duty at all times and the Campers are accepted on a first that are adapted to various age takes the youth to predesignatedand June 23-28 is the Middle I Camp, 23-25 is Family Camp.
camp doctor, D. J.W. Patray, a come-first serve basis without groups, there are two special camp- out-of-state spots like Stone grades 6-7; July 14-19, Junior High A Woman's Retreat will be held
Keystone physician, is on call regard to race, color, religion or national ing weeks a Wilderness Camp and Mountain.On Camp, grades 8-9; July 21-26 Sept. 20-21 and Men's retreat is set
24hoursaday.The origin. the Trip Camp. May 4 Hodge held a Kid's Day Wilderness Camp, ages 11-14; July Oct. 11-12.
Keystone Heights facility con- Cost per campers each summer During the Wilderness camping for grades thi ee through seven. The 29-August 2, Middler II Camp, For more information about the
sists of 32 acres, some of which for one week is $40 if registration is experience, campers rough it by weekend of May 10-11 was a Junior grades 4-5 and Trip Camp, 15 years camp and its summer schedule,con-
borders Lake Johnson. There are made before June 1.A special"trip" sleeping in tents and doing their own High Youth Retreat. and up. tact Bob and Joyce Hodge at 4732000or
two dormatories that will confor- camp will probably also be slated cooking thee on the camp grounds. Regular camp sessions will begin August 4-9 is Junior II Camp. 4733281.
table sleep 60 campers. There is a during the session this year, Hodge

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I Father ; > .,
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By Anne SoonholU Trinity's parish house. Father their opinions regarding the working
Members of Trinity Episcopal Yerkes remembers well\ the day the plans. He stressed that the present
Church in Melrose gathered at the parish house was brought to rendering is only preliminary and .
home of John and Pat Coleman on Melrose, piece by piece, and the finalization of the plans will be
Lake Santa Fe for their assembled the the from the ,:. ,
annual on site where it serv- dependent upon input
church picnic and to celebrate ed not only the congregation of Trinity entire congregation and the amountof r/, ,.
father Fred Yerkes' 50th anniversary but the entire Melrose communi- money which they are able to u '
in the ministry. Members of raise. If the plans are approved as w: S.
ty.The 'II.
Holy Communion in Hawthorne, proposed building was designed they stand, it is estimated that an ,
where Father Yerkes also serves, by Sam Evans of Melrose. Evansis additional $50,000 will be needed. 4Lr .( ...,...,.' S
joined In the celebration. with T.C. Skinner and Associatesof The vestry has run into several :.4S5S f Dd Mg7
The picnic followed the 11 a.m. Gainesville. The proposed main obstacles as they pursued their ,' ." ,
Sunday service at Trinity where the hall calls for 2,400 sq. ft. of space plans. They learned that in 1975, & '" '''
youth choir was joined by the complete with stage. A wing comingoff unknown to anyone at the church, 1NL1J
Gainesville Boys Choir for a very the main hall,will contain offices the zoning was changed to C-2. This yiI
impressive service. and classrooms. zoning permits retail outlets,service :
One highlight of the picnic was the "After careful consideration the sestablishments and commerical g I lVrp
viewing of architectural renderingsof vestry voted against any attempt to recreational and entertainment _
the proposed Parish House. The raise money through a mortgage," facilities but no churches.According p
vestry, which is the administrative said Senior Warden Barney Barco. to Barco, this means 4. ; S;
body of the church, has been work "The feeling of most members was the church has been in non-
ing continuously to bring together all that a mortgage would be an unfair conformance with the zoning or- 'S MIA X C"'Hlr't
the hopes and dreams of the con- legacy to leave to our children." dinance and because the parish n
gregation for a new parish house The vestry has called a special house was destroyed, it cannot be '" 'l 4kr J I a"
since the tragic fire in January parish meeting to be held Sunday, replaced without a variance. II v L t
which destroyed the Melrose landmark June 23 following the 11 a.m. serviceat 'We are now in the process of ob- 1
the church. Barco said this will taining a variance and are scheduled = .
For nearly 40-years the former give all\ the members of the con- to appear before the Putnam -
Camp Blanding chapel served as gregation an opportunity to voice County Zoning Commission on July 10," Barco said. for: the love of Christ reaching out place for fellowship\ among all

---- .--. ... ,J,'-' __ _,,_ ... -.w. !into:! the community and providing a God's people." I
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.. In a recent report to the congregation .
at Trinity on the progress of the -
.. new parish house, Barco shared a .
letter from Bev Anderson, whose EYE EXAMINATIONS

father, Walter Wilson, was an active L By Independent Ophthalmologists
member at Trinity. The letter readin
... part: "I know the old hall can IN OUR OFFICE I
never be replaced in our hearts and
minds as it was a cherished intergal Call Now For An Appointment
part of Melrose Community life for
ra so long. Speaking for my own life,
the memories of choir practices, _
Ey.glas\or. Rodn."L.50
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wedding reception all came flooding
back to remind me of what a great
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be a monument to the old hall and
the Christian principles that it stood

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"' '''I" this oversized I cake. was destroyed in a fire last winter.
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The continuing investigation into Joseph Banister, 41, of Starke, who policy.The husband also Is It was Bradford investigators who Hearn had been living prior to his be going to trial. He's expected to
the bizarre murder-for-hire case was Debra Banister's husband. charged in her death. discovered Hearn's connection with taking up residence in Gainesvillethe plead guilty in both the Batie and
resulted in the arrest of five people, One of the state attorney's Hearn was brought to Florida the slayng of Mrs. Black while in- latter part of 1984.Also the trail Banister cases and in exchange for
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parents.The operating in Starke the recent case. He remains in,the custody of Their information was given to where suspect Hearn's parents liv- trial time,has been guaranteed that
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returned five indictments in the operation. without bond. State Attorney Eugene T. Whit- evidence linking Hearn to a ty.The state will seek life terms in
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Lee Batie of Gainesville. Batie was he shot Joe Banister.A Western a Alachua and Bradford counties did The case.has involved courtless minimum sentences of 25 years to be
shot while he was sleeping on a living Electric telephone worker,Banister, script Reddish, Sheriff said the Dolph six-foot Reddish,240 pound said. "one of the best Jobs,if not the best, manhours and travel to Texas, served consecutively.
room couch and the shots apparently was shot twice in the head as he that I've ever seen in 18 years in of- Georgia, Tennessee and South Whitworth said he agreed to'the
Hearn advertised his services as
were fired from outside the drove home along CR-18 after eating in theMarch's aix. fice." Carolina.If Hearn alone was to go to plea-bargin with Hearn because
building.One of the sisters arrestedIs dinner with his wife and friends in Atlanta-based mercenary Almost from the outset, Hearn, trial,more than 110 witnesses wouldbe without Hearn's testimony, "We
the ex-wife of the victim. Palatka. His wrecked car was found Soldier of Fortune became a suspect.The investigationled called,said Whitworth. would not be in the posture", to obtain
said he is
Hearn former
Arrested were John Wayne running and the driver's side win- Marine magazine.who served three tours in officers to Atlanta, Ga. where Hearn,however,apparently. won't. indictments."
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Both Hearn, 39, and Banister, 29, Texas, Hearn has confessed to posed as a cousin of Banister's 'Norma in'sMarket
. were already in custody and charged killing a woman in order for her hus- widow and helped her make funeral
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II: Obituaries Card of ThanksThe The Whitley Family would like to Card of Thanks
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family of Nona G. Mann would friends and loved ones who called sincere !appreciation to Dr. Sun-
!;\ like to thank each person for their sent food, cards, flowers and helpeti.with dusadee,' Rev. David Hodges, Archer
William K.Harper, Sr. Survivors include her son,WilliamM. Bessie I. Cochrane display of kindness during the deathof the funeral service of 'Mrs. Tanner Funeral Home, Brad-
I Beam of Keystone Heights; two our Mother. The thoughtful sup- Julia Whitley in Lawtey, Saturday ford County Hospital and the many
Mr. William Elais Harper, Sr. 76, brothers, John Hook of Belmar, N.J. Mrs. Bessie Irene Cochrane, age port through prayer, visits, calls, June 8,1985. Words cannot expressthe friends and relatives for the help and
of 311 North Temple Ave., Starke, and Fred Hook of Jacksonville; a 88, of 708 South 5th St., Cordele, Ga., food, flowers and memorlams were gratitude and love we feel care of our father and husband during -
died Friday, June 7, 191! at the sister, Mrs Anna Prescott of Ocean died Saturday, Juno 8, in the Crisp deeply appreciated by each of us. toward those who helped in our time his illness
Bradford County Hospital following Grove, N.J.; four grandchildren and County Hospital, Cordele, Ga., The Family of Nona G. Mann of sorrow.. Thank you
t an extended illness. Mr. Harper the five great grandchildren. following a long illness. Born in Again we say The Willie Harper,Sr. Family
son of the late Elais Harper was Greene County, Ga., on Aug 12, 1986, A Special Thanks
born and raised in Bradford County. Arthur E. Fink Mrs Cochrane was a homemakerand Luell Tanner Family

lie was retired from the New Mr Arthur Emile Fink, 83, of 103 a member of the Ebcnczer: Baptist Daddy, your body is gone from J. W r-.v ...
Method Cleaners, and was a North 8th St. in Macclenny died Church, Cordele, Ga. this earth but is
your spirit still here Usl!
No Credit? No Problem See I
member of the Baptist Faith. Mr. She was survived by .
Thursday, June 6, in Frazier : two with us. We miss you. This will be (
Harper is survived by:, his wife, Hospital in Macclenny following an daughters, Mrs. Irene Burnard of the first Father's Day we won't '
Virginia R. Harper of Starke; 3 sons, extended illness. Mr. Fink, the son of Warner Robins, da. Mrs. Martha gather round and see you pleasurewith -i' 'GODIiEADI
Raymon A. Harper of Florahome, the lale Thomas and Margaret Castleberry of Cordele, Ga.; two all your, presents and loved
William E. Harper,Jr.and Glenn G. Dorsey Fink was born and raised in sons, Bobby Cochrane of Ft. Worth, ones. All the stores are selling cards
Harper of Keystone Heights; 3 New York, where he retired fron the Tex. and Allen Cochrane of Stone for Father's Day. It's not easy see- MOBILE HOME SALES I
daughters.Mrs. Juanita H. Mills of Long Island Railroad and moved to Mountain, Ga. ; eight grand- ing them on display. We hope you tlwy. 21 North. Keystone Heights
California. Mrs. Myrtle II. Fulwoodof the Macclenny area in 1975 where he children; four great grandchildrenand know how much we loved you, we 1 -- .. IIII.
G ln vlll
Tampa and Mrs. Patricia H. had resided since. Mr. Fink was of several.neices and nephews. never doubted your love for us. You / p Keycton
Albcrthal of Starke 1 brother, L.H. Funeral services were held Tuesday 475.1442.1.737237
; the Lutheran faith. He is survivedby were strict, but you stood behind us
of Starke and 1 sister, Mrs. June 11 in the Ebenezer --- B M w ISr flM*< MB --
Harper : his wife, Evelyn Potter Fink; 2. Baptist no matter what. If you could send I
Louise II. Varnes also of Starke. 19 sons, Arthur Thomas Fink of Long church, with Rev. Thurmond, back messages to us, we know you "Limited i Factory SpecialGood rr
grandchildren and countless great Island,New York and James Fink of Collins conducting the services. would want to Thank everyone for I
grandchildren also survive. Macclenny; 1 daughter, Mrs June Graveside services were held in the standing by us; friends, relatives, I Through June 30th 1985' ; II
Funeral services were held Sun- Johns of Starke; 11 grandchildren Hope Baptist Cemetery, with Rev. Dr. Pete Gianas, Bradford County
day, June 9, at the Chapel of Archie and 12 great grandchildren also sur- Thomas Burnard officiating (jones Hospital nurses and staff Archie 1985 14x70 3 BR/2 Bath wood tiding, vaulted co'llngs; stereo, fireplace, paddle I
Tanner Funeral Home, with Rev. vive. Funeral Home, 514 East: Nona St., Tanner Funeral Home and all who ,
fan, furnished delux carpet garden tub, delivered&set up one year warranty
David Hodges officiating. Burial Starke Fl., was in charge of local
Funeral services were held on ar- cared. I walk-In closet,2 full baths, paneled oiling and much more. I
was at Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Saturday June 8, graveside, with rangements. Missing You EverydayThe
Lake Butler Archie Tanner Funeral Rev. D.L. Griffis officiating. Burial Luell Tanner Family monlb' '
Home was in charge of the ar- was at Crosby Lake Cemetery. Ar- I j As Low As',....0 per 14,995 j .

rangements. chie Tanner Funeral Home was in I I
charge of the arrangements.Alex I

Loca Loca Johnson J. WhittenMrs. Whitten died B. Kerbawy Ce caCa'5tceai d :J.I. a.: ---.O'nin.. 0 I I II

Monday, June 10, in Lake Butler Mr. Alex Basil Kerbawy, 74, of 401 Ar I < ., eMr M .w .,q I
Hospital & Hand Surgery Center North Water St.,Starke, died June 8, .w.II1Lrq kAMe I
after a brief illness. She was born in at his home following an extended il- (l1 \1 2)'eQG II I 1.1
J"
Bradford County living most of her lness. He was born and raised in I II
life in Lake Butler.She was a retired Michigan, the son of the late Basil Only I 1 .
and Zaika Kerbawy. he lived in New PERMSUZ1
teacher from Brooker
Elementary I --------- ----------- --
School in 1964. She graduated from York until years ago when he mov- '9 son oo
Florida Southern College and was a ed to Miami, then moved to Starke e. SPECIAL oNLy Goldhead Mobile Home Sales Inc. I
member of Delta Kappa Gama, about three years ago where he had ,
Women's Club, Retired Teacher's resided since. He was of the Greek II *5 Extra for Haircut i p1 Keystone Heights Gainesville FL
Association and Lake Butler Orthodox Faith and retired from the r
Methodist Church. Smith-Barney-Harris-Uphan Com- We Like to Keep You Looking Good/ 473-7237 475-1442 I

She is survived by two nephews: pany as a stockbroker His suvivorsare 118 S. Thompson St. 964.4151 In Merle Norman Bldg. r--- --n -- ,
Hebert Johnson of Jacksonville and : his wife, Florence Cohen Ker- -- :: :
Marvin Cone of North Carolina and bawy, of Starke; 6 sisters, Mrs. Rose 'w -
several neices and nephews. Hanna of Miami, Mrs. Lorice Pap-
Funeral services are scheduled to pas, Mrs. Marie Kaza Nian and Mrs.
be held at 2:30: p.m., Thursday, June Julia Mallen, all of New York, Mrs.
13, in Archer Funeral Home Chapel June Kouvac of Akron, Ohio, and SENTRY
with Rev. David Waller officiating. Mrs. Alice Dalack of Tequesta, Fla.
Burial will follow in Dekle Funeral services were conductedon
Cemetery, Lake Butler, with Archer Tuesday, June 11 at the Chapel of I v
Funeral Home in charge. Archie Tanner Funeral Home with
burial in Crosby Lake Cemetery
with Archie Tanner Funeral Home JUNE SALE
Ilelda WhiteNelsenHilda of Starke in charge of ar- SENTRY

White-Nelsen, 68, a former rangements. L
resident of Keystone Heights, died Hardware Sale Ends:June 28.1985
Monday at her home in Sarasota. ,
Corrine StephensonMiss
Following a funeral service in
Sarasota, burial will take place in Corrine Stephenson, 85, of ICE CHEST GALLON WD-40 HOSE NOZZLE
the Keystone Heights Cemetery. A Palm St. Starke, died Wednesday
graveside service will be held herein June 5, in North Florida Regional COOLER WITH APPLICATOR!

KeystoneHeights at 6:30: p.m. Friday Hospital, Gainesville, Fl., followinga
brief illness. Born in Siegland, Gilmour
A native of Massachusetts, Mrs. S.C., on Nov 10, 1899, Miss Stephenson -
White-Nelsen lived in Melrose from moved to Starke three years!! $999
196979. She.was founder and charter ago. She was a homemaker and Bap-
president of Keystone Heights tist by faith.
Senior Service Inc., a non-profit She is survived by her brothers,
agency that served the needs of the Joseph H. Stephenson of Starke, and lC->TT"
Thomas E. of Beulah, N. )
elderly in this area. She was activein Stephenson
church activities, charities and Dakota; and several neices and Handsome Fishing Design. "!
civic affairs. nephews. Reg.4.1 VALUE, nr
ae'u'lna
!
Mrs. WhiteNelsenvas"i' med' .Funeral services were held on t Lld-ls Also Seat To D.,,, << q r ';lit 'a'ruft 1 h, b'' u-
Woman of Distinction by St. June 8, in the Thomas C. Strickland Refreeze Bottle Reduces SIN Ho ttIO1? i q _
Augustine Diocesan Council of Chapel, Springfield, Ga.with burialin Heavy Duty Long Lasting.
Catholic Women in 1976. She also Guyton Cemetery, Guyton, GA Need For Ice 18198 Brass Fittings.

was a member of the League of Jones Funeral Home, 514 East Nona Big, Yet Compact Design. Adjustable Spray 573C
Women Voters and Common Cause. St., Starke,Fl. was in charge of local
Survivors include her husband, arrangements.
Carl Nelsen of Sarasota;' her STEEL RAKE 1
mother Beckendorf of New
Mary Christina F. Parker
London, Conn.; her sister, Helen POLY SPRAYER
Bartol of New London, Conn.; eight Mary Christina Faircloth Parker,
children,Martina White Linnehan of 66, of 7663 King Royce Road, Jax,
St. White died Monday in the Baptist Medical JUST
Petersburg, Pepper Ledigof $1199
Reg. 14.99 VALUE
Los Gatos, Calif., Alice White Center after an extended illness.She hudson
Thompson of Orange Park, CharlesA. was born in Lake Butler, lived mostof VALUE Reg. 2JBO VALU
White of Tallahassee, Gerald O. her life in Jacksonville. She was a Stops Squeaks.Protects Utility
788
White Jr. of Gainesville, Henry secretary at the University Hospitalin Metal. Sprayer
George White, Kathryn White Jax. for 23 years before she
Fehmerling and Christine White retired. She graduated from Jones Loosens Rusted Parts.

Sullivan, all of Sarasota; and 14 Business College in Jacksonville, T Gallon =14 9 Ounce Cans.
grandchildren.In and was a graduate of Union County Uses I
lieu of flowers a memorial High School and was also a memberof RUE EMPE ff 1,000 Household/Shop p 60181

donation can be made to Pax Christi! the Genoneolegical Society in Jax. __ .n '
Sarasota, Box 1015, Sarasota, Fl. She is survived by: one daughter Wood Handle, Steel Head. _. Corrosion-Resistant 1% Gal.Tank.
33578. Phyllis A. Marshall of Jax.; one son, Silver/Blue 14 Teeth. ".. .... Lightweight, Homeowner Sprayer.
Robert G. Parker of Jax.; one sister, Built For Rugged Durability. PB14 Sprays Fertilizer Insecticides etc.
Martha H. Beam Mavis Galloway; five grandchildren 40101 & 40301

Martha Hook Beam, 88, of Lake Benjamin, Phillip and _
Jason Harrell, Lisa and Russell
Geneva, died Saturday, May 18, in
ROUND POINT SHOVEL
Parker all of Jax.; three great SILICONE CAULK
the North Florida Special Care
Center, Gainesville following a long grandchildren, Salina, Phillis, and FLAG KIT, J ONLY
Christina Harrell of Jax.; one son in

illness.Born Nov. 14, 1896 in Kearny, New law and one daughter in law; 3 ,
Mrs. Beam moved to Lake granddaughter in law and many $
Jersey, 6 $4&1
uncles, cousins, neices and nephews. '
Geneva from Kearny in 1962.and Mrs. Funeral services are scheduled to 79 $3
Beam was a homemaker a ,
be held at 2:00 in
on Thursday : p.m.
member of the Keystone HeightsWoman's :
Club. She attended the the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof
Community Church and Lake Butler, with Bro. Gary l; Reg. 6.99 VALUE
Keystone Burial will followin Ii $3.66 Sale Price
Wyder officiating. "
was also a member of the Order of
Mt. Zion Cemetery under the \ 2.00 Mfr. Rebate
the Eastern Star, Chapter No.279, in
Keystone Heights. direction of Archer Funeral Home. 100% Cotton, 3' x 5' 9 ? l/JA8IJIIUIIl

,- Brass Grommets A'II7f.lRII.rc.
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Slx-Foot Pole. 1 Long, Hardwood Handle.

W.M. Lloyd Jr. Fred Tillman .. Heavy Duty Cord, All w $1.66 Most Popular Design.
Mounting Hardware. Your Final Perfect Home Owner
Shovel And Spade.
250 XLR
'r;_ Cost!

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"Custom Cute ,II I1iii I ;' $166 l ''. ."'' Reg. 5.95 VALUEWeatherproofs $699'"



((904)) 781-4277 ((904)) 786-4731 e 50-Year Durability., Insulates.

YOUR CHOICEI
Exterior Or Interior Use. j -
q\ 4 TWO PER'PACK
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(t --- :3 t\ Easy To Use & Clean Up. Reg. 11.89 VALUE
1 I Flexible to 40 F..WHI

\ 1 ) Jj Not Crack, Crumble Or IRUI Z M.JII1J1<<

1 Bedroom Available Shrink! 10.3 oz. Size. Precision-Sharp Cutter.
60 Wafts.
or 100
Big Eight Inch Blades.
CLEAR ONLY
Great For Porches, Patios etc.
For More Information 60A Y Hardwood Handles..
The Light Bugs Can't See! .
100AY G.E 5000 Hang Up Hole. 19 T.T.


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496-3141 '- Tuesday & Thursday ,I L 4 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY


( ', Subsidy Avallab1eJprThose: Who 'Qualify I Lake Butler, US 3O1 S. Starke Keystone Height: -

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1 '... ,, S.W. 6th Avenue 964-6078 Jet SR 21 & 100
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@ 496-3079 Quantities Limited 473-4973

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Final registration set for Santa Fe Community CollegeThere Western Wear l o


is still time to (register for registration schedule! for Monday field'designed students the Summer B Term in Starke in- U.S. 301 South
classes in Starke for the Summer B evening, June 17 from 6 to 7 p.m. with business procures and ter clude Human Growth and Developement 964-4809
Term Late at Santa Fe Community Col. Classes begin on June 25 and end minology. Although; the class Is a Basic Writing Skills and Lab 20%
lege. registration being held August 8. 3-credit course it is open to the .and Music Appreciation.For Off Short Sleeve
at the
Slarke Center office In Brad A,special feature of the Summer general public and may be taken for
ford High School from 8 a.m. to 3:30: Term is a general Introduction to audit. Persons over 60 may take all Western Shirts. Open 8:30 am to 6:00: pm

p.m. daily, with specialevening! .Business............ ..I1..1"1"This course,, In will I"',.present hnotnnaq a SFCC Other classes classes tutition-free.being offered during_ Yawn at more the Starke information Center call 964-5382.Lila Short Sleeve Mon. Sat.

1 DOlo off Shirts 10% Off All

I SAT/ACT test.review course of f ered. ." FAMOUS NAME BRANDS Leather Belts

Two valuable tutorial programs The SAT/ACT Verbal Review is a trance tests will include review of register daily at the Vo-Tech School l H Bar C Rockmount Sates end Sat.. June 15
for anyone planning to take the SATor refresher of high school English in- high school algebra and geometry from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come see our selection ol Gift Hems
ACT Test for entrance to college cluding analogies, vocabulary problems. For more information call Brad- Mesquite Denver MIg FOR THE HORSEMAN:
will\ be offered this summer by Community building reading comprehensionand ford Union Vo-Tech Center at Lee Wrangler
Education at Bradford important test taking strategies.The Both courses will "be \taught on 964-6150 or Santa Fe College at Check out our Tack DepL

Union Vo-Tech School; tl.p ...-lh program nn-ltnn of nr preparation$5.. nnlnnn .for.. Tuesday evenings beginning June 18 964-5382 _., .
and ending July 30. You may .

UNION COUNTY
FOR RENT
WANT ADS

TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
PERSONAL SERVICES RENT Union Count/Time. 150
Main Street Lake Butler. Phone FOR RENT t t1 1
496.2261 for Information. tin
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK
Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water MOBILE HOME LOTS:7 to choose from in :3 BEDROOM, I bath house In Raiford.
our new addition. Powells Mobile $165 mo. plus
pumps new Installation of septic security deposit.
tanks, drain fields and lift Italian. Home Village, 496.3377 664tchg627HOUSE 4311455. Itpd 5/23
Mobile home FOR RENT 2 bedroom no Centers
poles available. All work Family
guaranteed. Call Tommy Dorman animals. 150 S.W. 5 Avenue, 1 blockwe.t "NEED TRANSMISSION", rebuilt
2752151. if n9/1 of Texgas. $140 per month first transmission for $150 w/warranty,
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and month and security deposit required. (most cars) also do standards and Copyright tees tGaV Slore.Co A HOUSEHOLD
pruning. Also firewood, oak and pine Adults tfn6/13 preferred. Call 496.3087. foreign. Call 272.7607 6/6 6/27 4tchg INTERNATIONAL COMPANY
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for sale.Call Thomas Nettles 4963823. -
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tfn 1222ATTENTION

babysit In my C.O.'S home Young at the prison.mother Flexible will.
days and hour, all ag... Call
431.1077 after 6 P.M.6/6 2tchg 6/13 8m8 % L Pardon
FINANCING
BABYSITTING Will care for your child In
my home In the Provldence/Wor-
thlngton area. All ages, have first old :
6/6 license 2tchg and 6/13 references. Call 4963116. On All C-10's & C-20's

Will do housework, dusting, mopping,
girl Friday type work. Call 4963116.. Stock No. 5245
2tchg 6/13 HBBBBBBBEXAMPLE
CHILD CARE In my home Monday- -
Friday, Providence area.Excellent care Our Dust
and 7S2-35S4.hot meals, $30 per week.
Itpd6/13
85 Chevy C-10 PU


REAL ESTATE SAVE *838.56 Thursday,
OUT OF AREA
June 13 thruSunday

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO- $218 SALE ,
PERTY If I don't have it, I'll find It-Just
Month
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. _June 16We're _

496-2126 UNION COUNTY or 496.2903.REALTOR.eves." tin"YOUR 8/04 I*Based on a comparison with 12.9 APR cash price I

19788 with $1,000 down cash or trade, plus tax & lie.
FOR SALEFOR
(with approved credit, 48 months. remodeling to serve you

SALE BLUEBERRIES: You pick 70
cents per pound.We pick-95 cants per the
pound. 3 miles north on 238 or call better so please excuse
Johnnie Arnold 496-3935 6/6 6/13 ,
POTATOES $4 bushel. CORN $5 bushel. USED SPECIALS
For orders call 4963010. Itchg6/13 The news is thatwe're
27" M.". 12 speed bicycle. Like new, I84 LASABRE LIMITED I $ -in QQQ | mess. good
$100 negotiable. 4963010. Itchg6/13
Sofa with matching chair, $75. Dining 4 Dr., Loaded . . . 1U, OO down hundreds
table $35. Call 496.3798 or 496-2173 marking
after 6 P.M. 1tchg6/13 984 BONNIVILLE I
BIG PLANT SALE'All greenhouse pMdtsassorted ?. $ .. .
in landscape gallon cans pAp/ '$'is.SO Jja: Vjfoj.Caladiums Contrary l(! uPr. jLbaded $&,. .*,. rrr'. . 8,288 i i834TALIER 'O, 'items to make room for

Mary's Garden SR 121, LaCrosse, I
4621561. Closed Sunday and Monday. So take
6/13 2tchg6/20 . . . . 4,688S. exciting new goods.
KENMORE ELECTRIC RANGE white, good
condition $100. Call 496.2548 after 5
P.M. Itpd6/13 advantage of these extra
8 TON FEED TANKS 4, $1000 for all.
4962600. I tchg6/13 HIGHWAY 301
RECLINER Wall-hugger,'good condition, values.
: ;. NORTH clearance
$40. Call 496.3569 or 4962554. special
Itchg6/13 jA\V4"\ TEMPLE AVEN.STARKE .
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INSURANCEMAINES "r ::. : Here's just a small sample:

INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. i i
Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. LHtVl-ULUb 11M1our
Complete Insurance Service. tfn

P' Men's
-- -" Ladies

-1 Tops & Maternity McGregor


MOBILE Pants Tops Shuns[ I



ivoo homes. inc.and HOME SALES $ 7aOO $6.00 $6.88


You Deserve the Best Sizes 32-44
Values to 13.99 Reg. 11.99

18002225253.For. Your Hard-Earned Money! -

4'/4 MI. No. of Hwy 100 on C.R. 214
lake Geneva Florida e 9004/473-2669

BEST PRICE 0 QUALITY SERVIC] AssortmentTops & Sharp LadiesShoes

IN THE AREA Video


Serving the Keystone Starke Palatka Area Bottoms Recorders Asst. Styles & Sizes

.-; For'the Entire Family

EM-OQ-ihjI'i' Jj ,.

boar ., -----" -r. fea t tb I _*, v.r \i $6.00 $27999 $6.00

4-ri 'I Values to '12.99
; r t. fj-.7-i isgi H
'IwLLM Y.r..ae3 Front Loading
Ya I r Values to 11.99
ae41 rasa. V W.Y ee..r
rasa .,pill + e NJ K.r
'set i iI
i I Q-..., Lawn Furniture
Skyline "Top of the Line" PALM MENU M '
J Z bib asld.tl.e. -d.r. e1d1rc. with en s
dr 1a roof, M;if dOlllat*. ,..ood floor masonite siding shingle roof frost free Men'sFamous C h als 8.99
as 7.'B5 r Ltstle tr t'JW.mndt. ref. upgrade' : carpet built In buffet for Reg. KnitShirts
an BELIEVABLE $ 24,900. t Only one 0202
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Plus 28x56 w/nuMnit>* shingle roof, stone MakerSwimwear

fireplace, stereo' ceUfag fan frost free,'.for only CHECK' US OUT BEFORE YOU BUY1U' $6 99 I
'23900. R I

LET us PROVE COMPARISON: THAT YOU GET THE Chair Reg. 7.99 $4 99

BEST'FOR YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU BUY FROM US. 1/3 Off .
I- $ '
Reg. 7998.99
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See Bob! Tye for LAKE GENEVA '

YOURTOTAL PUBLIC BOAT RAMP _,

HOUSING. NEEDS. PALATKABMHwy. 100- HWY 1001 .KEYSTONE '
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'OPEN WEEK'C "' South Walnut St. mssrnI
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C1a11 itikb 4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted NOON, prior to Thursday publication. ::
to the Bradford County Minimum charge It 19 wordt for$2.73.
Telegraph office In writing and paid In then 10 eentt for each word thereafter.

: : advance unless credit It already CAll TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON
.. / established with this off Ice. FCAN (Florida Clatillled Ad Network).
[ Lt THI TZLEGKAPH: STAFF'CANNOT Bf For$125(25( -words). your ad will go In
a n S HELD RESPONSIBll FOR' MISTAKES IN to 54 Florida newspapers (dalllei/ and

s THI CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 'weeklies readert. )Make for a circulation that money of work 1,000,000 for

,l Classified deadline {It TUESDAY, you..Sell the FCAN./ way. Call

/ 964-6303, ask for Sylvia Today.

h DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY!


<:a-r--:: -_-J:--"---_ ," _'. 1 O' ---= J!:: .dI1'
3a j'1i' USE Mostly/ furnished, 3 miles ...
YARD SALE BUSINESS FOR RENT north of Stark. off 301. $200.00 month.,

OPPORTUNITIES 1st and last month rent plus $100
YARD SALE Fri and Sat, 'Little bit oleverything. security. Call after 3:30 473-7093 6/13
MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL HOMI PARK
Some new, tome used, Itchg
fresh cucumber NE 10th St. 1/2 mile Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. FOR
,OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPQRTSWEARt RENTs Two 2 room apti. No pets.
off highway 16E Ladies apparel, childens, Large size Recreational vehicles welcom. Phone 964.6643 6/13 Itpd
9 FAMILIES Frl.vand Sot all day Sun. combination store accessories, Jar. 96..7..98.9/16 tfn FURNISHED APTS 1 and 2 BR, $150 and
afternoon, Laura Church Road N.E. dacha, Chic Lee, Levi), Easy Street RETAIL STORE ON CALL STREET) Will $200 plus $75 security. Pep. No Pets crWElIc
11th St., follow tlgnt'964-4306 6/13 Izod Evan Plcone, Esplrlt, Tomboy,; design and remodel to suit your needs. 964.8071 6/13 Itpd ar
Call 964.6305 ask for John. 3/07 tfn
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Itpd Clair. FURNISHED
Liz
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX
GARAGE SALEs Giant Sale Friday MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTs One mile Utilities :
Garage borne Members Only, Organically 'Included Private yad and en-
and Sat. In old yellow barn on US Grown Gasoline, Healthtex, Over from Starke city. limits Clean. No trance. No children or pets PH. REALTYPHONE
301 In Waldo, old tools, glassware 1000 others.'$13,300 to $24,900 Inventory children or pets. Hwy. 16 W. Call. 964.59706/13 chgtfn I
thousands of pieces{ come see priced Training, Fixtures, Grand Open. 468.132310/7 tfn 2 BR MH on private tree studded lot on .
below Flea Market 1.325.5462. 6/13 Ing, Etc. Can open 15 days Mr. Keenan CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On Griffls Loop also Farm house for Rent A'''' 964.1716QlWILLtGAII
Itpd' ((305)) 6783639.. 6/13 ItpdBOATS Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call after 6 p.m. 468-2374 6/6 6/13( 6/20)) :E '
YARD SALE Frl and Sat 316th St. Clair St. 964-7530 or 468.132310107 tfn 2tchg 205 N. Tempje.stork:
little bit of everything. 6/13 Itpd STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly, monthlyrates.
YARD SALE 418 N. Water St. Frl and Sat Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE BEAUTIFUL 4 BR 3 1 BR HOME APPROX.
9 a.m. ? King size bed clothes, oddsnends. Ave. 7/28 tfn MOBILE HOMES 2650 SQ FT. .2 CHftA UNITS FIREPLACE MANY OTHER AMENITIES $74,900.
6/13 Evlnrude NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 FLEXIBLE
ltpdHOMES 14' BOAT AND TRAILER: 35 HP FOR SALE FINANCING.
motor 12/24 Volt Trolling motor BA apt. For more Information call Lake I BEAUTIFUL LOTS I.
ft
SOUTHGATE SUBDIVISION$6,000 EA
SALE $2800.00 964-5468 6/13 tin Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Oppor .SAMPSON CITY -
FOR INBOARD/OUTBOARDi 16' cobia with tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg SKYLINE HOME CENTER, Hwy. 301 N. I RD. OFF 227 BRICK 3 BR 2 B WITH 2 ACRES APPROX 1580 SQ FT ONLY $
volvo engine less than 150 hours KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home. Two Starke. Come see Ray Gouin formerlyof YEARS OLD $57,500.
3 BR, 1'/ BATH HOME Saratoga Hts., $7950.00 PH. 964-4534 6/13 Itchg BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un Lake Chevy-Olds, for the bargains. COUNTRY CLUB BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON 1''. ACRES LIVING ROOM, DINING
corner lot. Enclosed garage CH/Alr. furnished. Purchase option. $69.$89 We buy and move used homes. ROOM, KITCHEN. LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE, PATIO, PAVED
Phone 964-6652. 3/21 tfn per month plus lot.473-7560.3/28-6/37 964-4414 or 964.4778.4/26 tfn I DRIVEWAY.
3 BR, MUST SELL Central) air and heat. LAND FOR SALEONE HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, 2BA, MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 12 x 65 mobile
Enclosed garage, low maintenance dishwasher, Garbage disposal, double home 2 br, 3'/i ton central Heat/air YOU ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE MAIN HOUSE, 2nd HOME FOR RENTALOR
ceiling fans, nice neighborhood closeto ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. no carport and fenced back yard. In town. looks like brand new. $6,000964.7312. FAMILY, LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) CAR GARAGE, HUGE
Southslde Elem. $39,900 964.5952 or down payment $75 per mo. Call $425/month 964-4236 6/6 tfnchg 4/18 tfn. STORAGE ROOM, BOATHOUSE, DOCK COMPLETELY FENCED PAVED
964.6915.181tfn.. 9645606. 10/4 tfn FOR RENTs Unfurnished 4 br., 2 1/2 bath FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE I
ON HAMPTON LAKEs Brick 3/BR LOTS K ACREAGE 20 percent down house. 315 N Walnut St. $350 per mth. good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each I *12 ACRES ft LARGE FARM HOUSE 85000. NEAR HAMPTON SCHOOL -BARN.'
1'/ IBA, Fireplace carport screened balance In five years, financing by 964-8404 6/6.6/12 Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park I WORKSHOP 31' x 42' POLE BARN, FENCED ft CROSSFENCED VARIETY OF
porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. owners 964-68S3. 12/13 tIn FOR RENT Nice room private both. 496.2366.25 tfnchg. FRUIT TREES: PEARS, PEACHES, FIGS, GRAPES.
$95,000.468.1576 after 6:00.5/9: tfn ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. 964.60356/13 tfn OWNER MUST SELL 3.2 take over pay 907 CYPRESS ST. 3 BR 1') B STUCCO YRS.OLD 43000. ASSUM MORT.
601 S. WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB $3,500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call UNFURNISHED 3 BR I BA HOUSE Carpet ment $189.00. must ask for Chris $29,500 MO. PAY. $304.33.10'/ %. ENERGY EFFICIENT.
home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn 9645606. 1/03 tfn throughout. Center St. 225.OO/month. 1.622.3799 or 1-622-2820 5/30.6/20
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY 1st and security deposit. Days 964-4313 4tchg CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR ft BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
Repair). Also delinquent tax property. ROAD $3,000, no down payment, $70 Evenings 475-1504 6/6 stpd 6/13 2tpd PRICED TO SELL 3-BR, DBLW 1978, 1 STONE FIREPLACE, BEAMED CEILINGS SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.
Call 1.805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In. per mo. Call 964-5606. 1/03 tfn FOR RENT 2-BR MH on private tree studded acre, 2 bldgs., some fenced, and extras CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW DELUXE OFFICE COMPLEXOF
formation. 5/30.7/25 8tchg 1.7 ACRES BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) lot on Griffls Loop also Farm House bank financing available DISTINCTION HWY. 3015 $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.
HOME FOR SALE 3/1 on beautiful wooded $3\500.' no down payment, $70 per mo. for Rent after 6 pm. 468-2374 6/6 2tchg $17,000.00 and closing cost. Laura Baptist 908 W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE
lot outside tfn 6/13 Church Rd. NE 11th St. 4th MH on
|lust town. Carport central Coll 9645606. 1/03 WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
heat/AC. Wood stove nearly new. LOT IN CITY: $6,000 Call 964-5764;.after APT. FOR RENT I 1-BR, 403 N. Walnut St. left 964-4306 6/6 2tpd 6/13
$38,000 964.5997 6/13 tfn 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn 175/month. No pets. Ph9645276. Fur 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on -EXCELLENT LOCATION SOUTHGATE AREA 3BR 2Ba, CH/, NEW ROOF 6%
3BR/2BA C/HAs Fireplace ceiling font OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and nished. 6/62tpd 6/13 one or all. Olio's Mobile Home Sales ASSUM. MTG.
Ig., screen porch, app. 6 acres In city dry wooded tots, suitable for mobile OFFICE SPACE 1 office or more, 1.1 br, 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg MINI FARM 5 ACRES ENCLOSED W/PRIVACY FENCE, CROSS-FENCED
limits near Elem. School 964-5876 home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea.w$150 apt. 2.2 br, apt., all located at 606 W 11 FT. BAY WiNDOW Spacious 3 BR, 2 I BARN GREENHOUSE. ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME, 3BR, 2BA
78000.00 6/136/20 2tpd dn.. $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand Madison At. Call for appointment, days BA Lots of Cabinets, Lg. Closets, I CH/, 5 CEILING FANS CLOSE TO CITY PRICED TO SELL.
APTS FOR SALE 4 units on Call and Bay fishing. Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or Collect 90... 473-3133 904-249-4251 6/6 payments a. low as S224/mo. We do I
'GOLFER DREAM
HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE
St. behind Fla. Federal. Good Investment 629.9649.6/13 12tchg 8/29 2tchg 6/13 our own financing. Clayton Homes,
FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN
VACATION CABINS
now. Future commercial proper NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LAND NORTH CAROLINA 3965 Phillips Hwy., Jax., Fla
US 441 between Sylvia & Cherokee, 1.733.0821 6/136/272 OFFER)I.oBROOKER I.
ty. Ph. 964.587661136/20 2tpd Large acreage, small acreage, cabins, tchg
APTS FOR SALE 2 unlts/2 story buildingwith homes Dockery Land Co., 114 AndrewRd. N.C. (Heart of the Smokies) Near: WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING: $15,995 I : BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS ACRES. ONLY 5 YEARS OLD
fireplace on Washington St. Double Murphy, N.C. 28906. Call Toll-free fishing, hiking, Blue Ridge Parkway, New Dbl Wide 3-BR, 2 Ba, Masonite 3BR 2BA. $55,000 w/ASSUM. MTG. OF APPROX. $36,000 at 11'10". S396./MO.
lot. Next to Starke Elem. 964-5876 1-800-331-7947 Mining New 2br Cablns-Furn Sunset siding Shingle roof, Clayton Homes, 1301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH SPACIOUS LIVING
Farm Rd. Cabins Rt 1 Box 216.C Whit- 3965 Jax., Fla.
6/136120 2tpd OLD FLORIDA CEDAR KEY Investments Phillips Hwy. I QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO)
BY OWNER 560 Glendale St., Brick Gulf front, condominiums, tier NC. 28789 1-704-497-2200 6/6 4tpd 1.733.0821 6/13 2tchg 6/27
6/27 SPECIAL OF THE MONTH: 14 X 70 2 BR HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37/. ACRES 4BR/2V.BA.
3BR/2BA, C/HA. Fireplace formal LR, commercial property. Proctor & Assoc. I
formal DR. breakfast room, kitchen, Realty ((904)) 5435198. Accomodatlons 3 BR 2BA MHt for rent. $250.00 per 2 BA 16 ft. Living room. Lg. kitchen.We FIREPLACE .BARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
-.large game room. $95,000.00 964-5468 available, Park Place Motel. All units month 964.8063 Itpd 6/13 do our own financing. Payments as (,BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR, FIREPLACE, DBl.
lace the Gulf. ((904)) 5435737. APTS FOR RENT 1-1BR.1BA and 2BR. 1 low as $214.00 mo. Clayton Homes I GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CHSA

CARS & TRUCKS IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: cleared lot, BA opts completely redecorated 606 3965 Phillips Hwy. |lox, Fl. 733.0821 ]'LOTS: BESSENT RD OAKS CONNERLY ESTATES HAMPTON OAKS. CROSBY
ready to build 80X125 Access to lake, W. Madison option on utilities. Days 6/136/272tchg I LAKE, SAMPSON LAKE, .
Beach Club House Prlvlledge 3000. call collect 904-353-5623, nights
73 BUICK LASABRE I
power steering 96..7005.6/136/202tchg '36.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
brakes windows, AC miles Call evenings 964.75216/6.6/12 2tchg
82,000 2 BR HOUSE for rent. NO PETS one child (COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES. r
LAND FOR SALE: Six lots, 1.2/3 acre per
good all cond. $800 964-5952 and
69)3.4.9Itfn.over : .,. .|4o f.SOO and 4,000 per lok' : OH of Forty only, See at 333 Brownlee. ,, Call'<' : I-4? GREAT ACRES HWX,229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM MTG.
BUICK SKYHAWK 1978, Price $1500.00 the Rd. No money down $75 mth. EFFICIENCY 964.58826/13 furnished Itpd utilities paid. LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B'ON 3'/;''*ACRES. 1H7 #IAM ''.s
Call 964.56066/6 tfnchg
1978 Ford 5:30 LTD 5/30. $1900.00.tfn Call 964.4756after WOODLAND ACRES: 1/2 acre lot locatedat South ol Starke on 301, quiet, clean. I*4 3/4 ACRES $12.000 RD 230A ft WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.
: .
1912 SUZUKI P-UP DIESEL 3/4 Ton, top Woodland Acres, Starke. Has well, No children or pets. 964-7598 6/13 (RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.

per, like new, fully equipped, assume septic tank and light pole. 7500 selling Itchg and ($21,500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR 1B ON 3/4 A.
3BR 2BA MHt In country $235.00 first
price 500 down I 125.00/month. Call
payments. Call after 6 p.m. 9644118. 964-56066/13 tfhchg last months, plus $100 deposit. Call I 832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 28 OWNER MUST SELL.
5/30-6/20 4tpd
1971 GMC VANil/2 ton $2500 964-7423 LAND 4 acres on North East 20th ave. after 4:00 p.m. 964-4824 6/13 Itpd I KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR 5000.

1910 FORD VAN 1/2 ton $3000. Call Call Mrs. Lucy Wright 964.5956 6/13/20 Antique Vault Door 1533 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO VERYTHING, $21,000.

964-7423 Teal Tile a Carpet 2tchg 1985 Liberty Supra Special I BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE LOTS OWNER FINANCING.
1968 FORD BRONCO 4X4: 30L. Eng.' 3 20 ACRES: In a good location. $1.450 an 14x50 2/1 with Eagle Design I
.. Call 473-3619 473-4680 6/6 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 MI. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.
speed, lift kit big tires, make offer. acre. or
964.6215 Itchg 6/13 2tchg '8,900.00 from Old Bradford I 'INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.
i
FORD CAR FOR PARTS 429 engine C6 SKYLINE HOME CENTER. _INC. Courthouse | BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 $52,000
transmission, 15" tires, good rear end. MISCELLANEOUSFREE County
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Gory 964.8569 6/13 tfn US 301 North, Starke. FL EVENINGS

'84 THUNDERBIRD, loaded, low miles. 2 German Shepard mix puppies. We Buy & Sell Used Homes Complete with I LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD "...7..08
excellent cond. Take : :
964.70766/136120 tpd over payments. Approx. 4 1/2 mos. old; all shots & Financing Available! t Metal Frame JOHN GREENE 533.2121 IRVING CLARK, JR. 964-7188

1979 FORD F.150 4 WD auto, $3500.00 wormed; con be spayed free In July ((904)) 964-4414 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319 NOVIS WARD "".745"
Neg. phone 964.7897 6/13 Itpd need room to roam in large fenced Great for DecorativeGun [ WAYNE DOUGLAS 964.6593 DAVID DODGE "...5370
'83 CHEV CHEVETTE 4 DR. auto trans.. yard or country; good watch dogs; call
A/C. RAdio excellent cond. $4,100.00 964-8179 If Interested. 6/13 Itpd Cabinet
Call 964.5645 6/131tpd FREE KITTENS: Gray and white male, EVERY FRIDAY NIGHTAUCTION
'73 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLE fine look. black male, tabby female 964-8393 2-6 TAKES! *399--3 BR I ba., block in town, core '
BEST OFFER Janet M.Starling
Ing safe, dependable auto, $1500.00. p.m. 6/13 1 Itpd i ner lot, chain link fence, all elect... [ .

180 964-65096/13 FORD PINTO Itchg, auto transmission WANTED See Charles Schaefer on #$39,000.00.386X-Crystal' Lake access, 3 BR. 2 I /

power steering, brakes and A/C pa block, corner lot, sold as Is,... I
52,000 miles $1750 964.8358 782.3593. SR 16 ((1 Blk off US 301)) location parking lot east $$2I1U\N.( Realtor.

6/6(6/13)ltchg( ) WANTED: Hairstyling or Barber's Chair | 1387X--Roomy 3 BR. 1 1. BA., near!
Old CourthouseFor
964-4645 6/6 tIn of VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA 2 A c. Hwy I ,
Call
Hairplanes I
13 CUTLASS CIERRAt take over June 14,1985; school, shoppong, corner lot sold as 125. $49,000,,
payments. Excel. Cond. Call Gary Is... 2600000.
sale Bradford 05 ACRES: $11,000 10 _
ACRES
by ;
964.8569 6/13 NnLOSTFOUND 1311--1.91 ac. East on SRJ
CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD 7:30: p.m. Board of 16.$3500.00 owner financed $22,000.
County 4.87 ACRES:Well septic tank I 17x35
Outdoor Wood Furniture '372.-investorsdream 21 unit Motel I
eWood Decks eWood Play Sets Under New Management Historical Trustees on 11\ ad. parcel fronting US 301, \Tolman.J 000. pool lenced/cros..fancod.
details about land and)
Quality CraftsmanshipAt many '4 ':RES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500.
FOUNDs Small white female dog with' Consignments Wanted buildinq.., ?
priced
right.
brown spots, face trimmed In black. Reasonable Prices '0;> f..: Pv'd 'Irntg. 12500.
Vacinlty King LK. 468-2372 6/6 2lpd 496.3422 Starke Auction CenterWant Now taking listings for catalog. .;JO Ac.: Cov'd in pines

6/13 Move in forM41.64 838 N.T.mpl.Ave.I 50 Ac. $50,000. ,
Action 0 Have an Auction Starke. Fl 32091 '3 BR, 1 BA: Country, $25.500.
A GREAT BUY! Col. Waller F. Opdyke, Jr., Auctioneer G LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE
Household 0 Farm Liquidation STROUTREALTY 'SERVICE STATION
AS. 1985 FUntstone DW 2 Used Guerdon Double-wides Auctioneers Note: Bring your own chair. ....$40,000

Drastically Reduced 24x60 3/2/ WE PREFER CASH If you qualify, pay one back ,INCOIPOHATIDOKI ((90") 782.3931 ;1

"Frea Fireplace" Ceiling Fan SKYLINE HOME CENTER, INC. payment of M41.64 and move .. P.O. Drawer ::
Plywood Floors Shingle Roof US 301 North Starke FL BLUEBERRIES In., 1985 14 wide 2 br. home. 964.1931' 473-3096 .ini % I nw'." 'M j

Starting at '16000.00 We Buy & Sell Used Homes Wood siding, furnished, ap. i- -== -, -

SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC. Financing Availablel! Longneckers FarmU pliances, carpet, deliveredand ,

US 301 North Starke fL. ((904)) 964-4414 or We Pick set up with 1 yr. warranty. Jack Eourtnau! & ) Delates. )nco

We Buy & Sep Used Homes CR-1469 Earteton, 4 miles W. of Call Mr. Ford at 14737237.

Financing Available! Melrose & 2 miles N. cf SR26. Realtor/Builder. 473-7060 :;
:JI.
((904)) 984-4414 AL'S PLUMBINGResidential Open 8 a.m. 6 p.m. except Sun- 300.00 Large variety of Lots &'Acreage in the hill region of BradfordCo. :i

& Commercial day 230630.: 468.2483 also A few Duplex & Triplex Lot*. No septic tank mounds pave

Repairs 475-1151 or 4732702. and Move InIf ed roads Our community, water systems Owner financing i!

from $3950 Central to Gainesville, Jacksonville Palatka and

:Steve Broadway L State Certified -- you qualify, pay one ';300.00 Starke': ";

TREE SERVICE 473.3562 BULLDOZER WORKFill closing fost.and move In., 1985 :i.I.

Removal mm Dirt & Clay 14x70 3 Br., 2 bath. Frost free Beautiful Golf Course Lots

refrlg., garden tub, catherdral I
Quality
Trimming Tim Murrhee Priced from $10,950
Removal' l ceilings, furnished, and free
Stump
"Firewood 3! Tree Service Keystone Heights delivery and set up. Monthly '"

Free-Kstimatu t "Qualify Work" 473-4175 payments 21662. Call Mr. === '

473.4732 at Reasonable Rates" Ford 1-473-7237., I .' .;
Fully Licensed & Insured
'" After 5 ,'p.M. Serving Bradford County 14 Years C.arpetAny( J Scotchgard i
/ Keystone Heights "The One To Call Before They Fall" *** ** ** **** ** Room $1495 Is

Licensed &Insured 473.2914 964-5674 I FOSTER PARENTS- *' Cleaning I & Hal) Available

NEEDED Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

)} PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe '
For adult males attending Sunshine

OFF1tE TMs Portable Buildings Financial specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wal to wall carpet furniture clean- .

1 SNaP US 301 South Starke 964-6020 )} Industries Workshop. Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts..Quality

?w.t w )} subsidy available. work at low, low prices. Can now to make an appointment
CYCLES Senior Citizen Discount' No Mileage Charge Free
CURIES* Director Advice
)} Call Bob Larimer, *
'r 8x10 to 12x24 Call 964.4997Call
Sizes from 964-7699
,+ ,,.true ,B Bradford ARC *

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BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and ,
BOLENS 4 WD DIESEL TRACTOR Junt': Il: IlIN3! : t'ug' II
\'y COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASE Bockhoe, front end loader, disc bush toddlers up to 5 years of ape receive Keystone
excellent 77. Call. I
care. W.ekdays, <
Heights _
hog 3sd, PTO, Hyd lilt Cost new 1980 473.704 tfn .. _" "R" ,

$14,000 will trade up or down on motor LAWN MOWING Lg/Small lawn Ball. _
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home, 964-4073-964-8849.. 473-3627/
I ;" fields. playgrounds Phone 485.1861 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE Reflnishing. FOR SALE
y. fOR 6/13
SALE OR LEASE Itchg
IN STARKE FOR RENT
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finishes.
Two. anytime 4/25 tfnchg Stains, oils & polyurethene -- ,
COLOR T.V. ZENITH SYSTEM III "
story building 7500 sq It on corher of PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL t ,. I I" Caning Call Joann. after S p.m.
Coll & w/remote control and phone, 6 ; SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS: PVC
Thompson St.? needs remodel. space COMMERCIAL) All types repairs ft Installatlon < )'I.-' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473.2086.4tpr 5/23-6/13
mos.'old $400.00 OBO 964-7569 after 4p.m. pipes and fittings. Water softeners.Bryan .
r.f. ing. Coll Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849. licensed call' '
24 hr. service, *"t REALTY paM GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing Hardware ,
6/13 Ac. Keystone. Hgts.-
5/30 tfn Itchg
Owen Alvarez 964.5219.5/9 8tpd 6/27 Rental Property Available Tilling, Beach work. 4737607. 5/2 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg
t i ((7/4)) 1 BR, 2 BA Lake Santa Fe. Unfurnished tfnchg
MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
FOR SALE HELP WANTED MOBILE HOME REPAIRS! ADD-A-ROOM No pets. $400 per month. MAKE NEW cushions, dining chairs, bar with double- keyboard, base
I 20 2 BR, 2 BA Gator bone lake. bads. No job too small. organ
yrs. experience, building setting up Completely stools, camper pedals and rhythm section $795. Call'
CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 and repairing. Call 964-7724 for furnished. $400 per month and $400 Addison Upholstery. 4732452. 4tchg 473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 ?

l Traveler with 20 ft. owning wheel American 50,000/yr. possible. All occupations.Call estimate. 5/30.6/20 ((6/27)4) tchg Security deposit. 6/6-6/27 weekends for appointment to see. tfn
J contained price fully self- 1-805-687-6000 EXT. R-5504 to find "NEED TRANSMISSION WORK" Rebuild OFFICE SPACE At Keystone Center JUST OPENING Home care for childrenIn BLUEBERRIES You pick 70 cents a,

after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn neg. 5332411. Call out how. 3/30-7/25(8/1)( ) transmission for .$150 w/Warranty, $200 per month and $200 security my home. Ages 2 moi. and up. 4openings pound-we pick $1. Pick anytime. W.

; ROLLS OF HAY Fresh PART TIME Excellent Income for part (most cars) also do standards and deposit. left. On a dally basis or |lust H. Dukes, Grandin. 6592233. 2tchg
1 Gaskins, 7B2-3"7 cut' Alecla. Arthur time assembly work. For Info call foreign. Call 272.7607 6/6 6/27 7/4 1 BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottages. when) you need a break. For details 6/6.6/13
Ho 504.641.8003 EXT. 9579 5/30 6/20 By week month. Sue 473.7967 anytime. 2tpd
V SIMCO SADDLE for pleasure riding. 4tchg or contact STARCRAFT pop-up camper, sleeps six,
Excellent ((6/27)4tpd) NEW CREDIT CARD No one refused LAKE BROOKLYN 1BA, unfurnlshed. 6/13.6/20 condition Ice box,
cond. ,
good stove
I Ask $250. 964.6305 before HARDWARE MAN Applications now being Visa/Mastercard. Call 1-619-569-0242 $275 per monlh.KEYSTONE RICK'S LAWN SERVICE Mowing'and all very Call Gordon
r noon. for Monter. 5/30 awning, ready to go, $900.
v BRADFORD LIMEROCK 2tpd 6/06 taken for hardware man. Apply 24 hrs. 6/6 2tpd 6/13 7/4 HEIGHTS REALTY, types of yard work. Reasonable rates. Russell Mon-Frl. 8.5, 473-2112, ext.:
SALES ACME hardware 301 1 E. Call St. 6/13 SEMI DRIVER TRAINING. DOT CERTIFICATION Licensed Real Estate. Broker, 473-4961 473.4512.2tchg 6/13-6/20 342. Itchg 6/13
Itchg : National Job placement 6/21-tfnchg JUNE SPECIAL Carpet cleaning, truck
MARE broke to
Llmerock C Fill Dirt 1 S YEAR OLD gentle,
20yd. s.ml-loodi CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income poten assistance. Correspondence/Resident. mounted, deep steam extraction. Five hunt; farm tractor, plow, cultivator and
l Phone 782.3172 only tial. All occupations. For Informationcall Eligible Institution for Federal Aid. LAKE GENEVA Large 2BR, 2BA hou..lncity room.' and hall, $89. CAB Carpet harrows. 6592689. Itpd 6/13

y FURNITURE Almost like 5/23tfeha : 312. 742.8620 ext. 362 6/6 4tpd Guaranteed Student Loans. Call limits. Completely furnished, color Cleaning, K.yston.Helghts, 4737770. 2 BRED GUILTS Approx. 200 pounds
new living 627(74)TREATMENT( ) 1-813-896-4177 or 18002825705. cable TV c.ntralll/A, large deck. No 2tpd 6/13-6/20 473-7461.
room, dining och. Both for $150. llchg
room, two French Provincial PLANT OPERATOR II: Full United Truck Master. Home office pets. $350 per week. 12829361. 4tchg NEED TRANSMISSION WORK Rebuilt 6/13 .

t 964-73776/13 bedroom sets, stereo, ,t.v. Call time posotion avail. Applicant must Clearwater, Fl. 5/23-6/13 transmission for $150 w/warrranty, FOR SALE BY SEAL BID. 1983 Fisher

q r TELEVISION SETS 2tpd 19"6/20 have 2 yr. exp. in sewage treatment or PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt, FOR RENT OR SALE On Lake Geneva. (most cards) also do standards and Marine Netter Deluxe boat 14 foot;

each Dempsey Motel Motel B8W. $30.00 water purification plant. and hold min mildew, peeling paint from homes, 2BR furnished. No pets If rental. foreign. Call 272.7607.4tchg 61374MISCELLANEOUS 1982 25 h.p. Mercury motor; 1982

Itpd 964.7591 6/13 Class C Operators certificate In accordance driveways, mobile homes Call Rick 4732455. 5/30 ifnchg trailer Bids will be opened 7/9/85 and

FOR SALE with Fl Statue 403.101. Ex Fringe 473.2452 4lchg 6/13 7/4 1BR APARTMENT On Lake Geneva. should be In by 12 noon. Board of
size Upright foosball piano $100; professional benefits Include paid sick annual and RICK'S LAWN SERVICE! Mowing and all Partly furnished, $185 per month. Call Directors Reserve the right to no sale
table $20; double holiday leave. State supported health types of yard work. Reasonable rates. 4733652. 2tchg 6/6.6/13
bed $40; end tables PAC RAT. Buy, Sell and trade. Used fur. the item Clay Electric Employees
$30 set; dressar and life Insurance avail and other 473.4512 2tchg 6/13 6/20 OFFICE SPACE Available on Hwy 21.
drawers $30. 964.8757 niture, appliances, household Items, Credit Union, Keystone Heights
6/13 Itchg after 6 p.m.. group Ins. at low.cost: paid retlrem'ent.Contact BABY SITTING my home on State pro $100 per'office. 473.3360, 9.5, 475.1468 collectable,' glassware, old jewerly, 473.4911, ext. 206. Itchg 6/13 .
Personnel and send State perty. Flex Hrs. 7 days/wk call after hours. 4tchg 6/13.7/4
CHICKENS : Yound : Dep tools, etc 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 50 PERCENT OFF Factory clearance
pullets and
hens. Call alter 6 782.3376 laying of Fl. application w/copy of certificatesto 431.1077 anytime 6/13/20 2tchg Our finest flashing arrow sign. Perfect

Itchg p.m. 6/13 EessH, Personnel, Mcclenny Fl. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR: residentialand LOSTFOUNDLOST YARD SALE condition. $249 complete. Free letters!

16' CAMPING TRAILER 32063 904.259.6211 EXT 125 EEO/AA commercial wiring additions and Don't believe It? Call HSC 1 ((800)) '
: W/tub, gas Employer 6/6 ((6/13)) Itchg mobile home poles 964.48246/13 Itpd limited
stove, relrlg and PUPPIES 2 German sale June 14B 423.0163, anytime. Extremely
portable toilet HELP WANTED Applications orenbw be. Shepherds, PARK OF THE PALMS Yard ,
$800.00. A fisherman males 9 weeks old. Lost off 21B Sat. 91. quantity. ItFCAN
special 964.8310 In 15. Friday 9.4 ,
ing accepted by the City of Starke for a / FRESH SHRIMP $3 a pound. Minimum 5
6/13.202tchg lake Santa Fe area. Call collect Miscellaneous furniture and household
full time Wastewater/water Plant
ESTATE SALE: Furniture and household REAL ESTATE 7314124.' Itpd 613PERSONAL articles. Itpd 6/13 pound order. We deliver! 473-3183.
Operator or Operator Trainee. A State 613HUNTER'S
Items. 1017 W. Madison Frl., Sat., Sun.. MOVING SALE Sat. & Sun. Furniture, Itchg
of Florida Class C Certification Travel
Operator OUT OF AREAN.C. DREAM 13 ft. Shasta
6/13/85 Itchg Honda Trail 70,
dishes
,
Is desired. Applicants must have a SERVICES yard tools, trailer Stove with Ice box, sink,
USED R.V.'s: Ten, 18', 29', 28'. 32', air, high school diploma and valid Florida windsurfer. 9 a.m. til ? Corner of Live bathroom, overhead oven bed. $500 or best

owning, sharp, 3 ml. S of Storke Hwy Chauffer Drivers License Applicationsmay MOUNTAINS New 2 bedroom Oak and Oriole. Itpd 6/13 offer. 4733183. Itchg 6/13
301. Dick's R.V. open 7 days. 6/13 tpd CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work, ITEMS tools, firewood,
HOUSEHOLD
be obtained at the General cedar homes, land, water, electric, HONDA TR90 Trail bike. Needs a little'
FOR SALE: llvvlng roo, suite, daybed, Managers Office, City hall, Starke, Fla. heat, rock fireplace, deck for $38,500.We kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. $20 pickup truck load, area rugs, work. $100 or best offer 4733183.
double bed, chest of drawers, coffee 6/13 Itchg are developing 1,400 acres sur Reasonable prices Call 473.4018 after washer/dryer, dinette, double bed, h h."I"

table, end tables, book case, baby PEPO FOOD STORE has openings for full rounded by rivers and lake. Pick and 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg end tables, chairs, desk, mobll hot

chest, set of china S much more. and part time clerks. Apply 620 S. choose your spot nowl) $4,000 per acre. CARPET AND VINYL: Repairs and In water heater Baker Road on lake LAND FOR SALE
964-53566/13 Itpd stallations. Free estimates Ten June 14 8 15. Itpd
Walnut St. 6/13 ERA DUNCAN REALTY, 124 Highway64W years Geneva. 4734165.
PEAS a CORN: Zipper peas, black eyes, PART TIME: Positions available to Navy Murphy, N.C. 28906. Free experience. Call 473.4217, and ask for 6/13 LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake 13500.
white acre peas, purple hull peas, also Veterans in the Naval Air Reserve. Toll Brochure. 18004388196. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg THURSDAY. JUNE 13 Friday, June 14 Owner will finance. $164 per month.
fordhook beans, butter beans. Silver free 1-800-521-1316 1457weekend HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs, Furniture, clothing glassware, 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6

Queen corn. Ph. 9645630. Itchg 6/13 plus benefits and retirement. 6/13 RENT mobilehome repairs, and fix-up needs. children clothes, misc. Lake View LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto
FOR SALE OR
HAY FOR SALE: fertilized, lust cut, $2 per 1 Itchg No lob too small. Minor plumbing Street, Sunrise Park, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. move on. Power, well, septic and

bale phone 964.5944 Itchg 6/13 DELIVERY PERSON: Fulltime. Must have repairs. dealing service Light haul. Itpd 613WINDOWS fence. $6,499. 392.0985 or 3727294.
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at current valid Fla. Drivers license with a MOUNTAIN RESORT in N. Georgia has Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. of various style and size; 48 Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13

Doublewide Home Center located good driving record. Must be at least new cottages for sale/rent. 127 acres 5/17 tfnchg.FURNITURE Inch attic fan; doors and some rough NORTH CAROLINA Mountain land,

North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this is not 19 old. Apply in at Harry borders national Forest, near Alpine AND ANTIQUE refinishing. lumber. Thurs., Fri. a Sun. NE side of large acreage, small acreage, cabins,
trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Green yrs.Auto Parts. 6/13 person Itpd Helen. Scenic, peaceful and Hand rubbed oil finishes. Call Jac Brooklyn Bay, './ mile from Hwy 21. homes. DOCKERY LAND CO., 114 Andrews .

FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for SOLAR WATER HEATING Energetic reasonable rates. Completely furnished 473-2521. tfnchg 1/24 Itpd 6/13 Rd., Murphy N.C. 28906. Call

sale at Olins Home Center located on motivated person needed for Solar bring only food and drink. Near CARMICHAEL'S PAINTNG Interior, exterior Toll Free 1 ((800)) 3317947. 1tFCAN

Highway 100 West. This is not trailer Energy Audit In home. Sales exper. Is golf, Whitewater, gold panning. The references. Call 473.7517 3/14 MOBILE HOMESLIKE

furniture. 6/13 tfnchg helpful but not mandltory. We will provide Ark, P.O. Box 1106Cleveland, Ga. -tfnchg!
FLASHING ARROW SIGN: For sale or the technical training, you need to 30528 )Home of the Cabbage Patch WORK" Rebuilt HELP WANTED:
rent 3150mo. Nortons Barn Sale. 301 earn top dollar. This is an energy conservation Kids) ((404)) 8652923. 6/6 2tpd 6/13 "NEED TRANSMISSION NEW DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE 3BR DRIVERS
S. of Starke transmission for $150 w/warronty Lake
964.6509 6/137/4 4tchg 2BA, CH&A, nice deck. privileges
U-PICK BLUEBERRIES 60 cents lb. Rt. 100S. program dealing with (most cars) also standards and for.ign.Call located near Post Master Village, near Over.Th.Road
Federal Tx Credit. Several I local subs "
of Starke on S.E. 34th Ave. "Meng 272.7607 6/6-6/27 4tchg Keystone Heights. Owner will finance. "ALWAYS 6000.
Union
Dairy Road" B. Starner 468.2504 We funding. For more Information pleasecall LIKE NEW DOUBLEWIDE: 3 BR, 2 BA, 4732566. 2tchg 6/13.6/20 "NOW EVEN BETTER!"
468-1898 6/13 tfn
pick on order 90 cents lb. 6/13 6/20 CHSA, nice deck. Lake privilages, NEW.Proarellive
HELP WANTED: The City of Starke Is now located near Post Master Village near

2tchg taking applications for the position of will finance. 473.2566 HOUSES FOR SALE pay plan
COLOR TV $99 and Next to Starke KSH, owner
up. AdsCARS
Truck Firefighter ((1)) Must be at least 18 yrs County 6/6.6/132tchg Fuel Bonus Plan
Stop, south of Starke. 9648212.
of ((2)) School gdaruate
High or
11/24 tfn age; Minimum Stan. BINGO SPARK SUNDAY: 145 on Hwy 441 HOME FOR SALE Lake Crystal by 'per Diem Expense Credit
equlvelent. Firefighter
SMALL TRAVEL TRAILER: Price 650,00.15'fibreglass dards Preferred. Applications 1 mile North past Highway Patrol Station owner. Masonry 3BR, 2BA, fireplace, PLUS .

boat and galv. trailer 450.00. available Training at Starke City Hall Office of & TRUCKS 2604 NW 74th Place May 19, June 2V car garage, lovely landscape with Unique Tractor Bonus

5 horsepower Sears outboard 125.00. Utility Director. 6/13 Itchg 2, 16, 30,375.0251.5/9 Stchg 6/27 flowers and trees. 4737360. 6/13 Excellent Benefit

Majic Chef 4 Burner range and oven for WANTED: Christian lady to do household) 1982 GMC S-1S truck with topper, 5 'Tap-N tch EquipmentAnd

R.V. 150.00. 964-6509 6/13ltchg chores. Must have a drivers Iiseen58. speed, A/C, AM/FM cassette. Clean, 1985 28x70 4/2 Much Morel!
MISCELLANEOUSEARN Liberty
2 ALLIS CHAMBERS TRACTORS: 1 In good Call 964.85806/13 Itpd runs excellent. $5500 negotiable.

condition with hydraulic lift 1 for parts SAT ft SUN POSITION A dependable 496.2321 days, 485-1064 or 485.1884 Plywood Floors Shingle Roof If you are a professional over-the-

and equip. $1500.00 964.8306 6/13 6/20 person to work snack bars at Waldo evenings and weekends 1tchg6/13 OVER $1,000 for writing an Ceiling Fan Fireplace rood semi driver with
Itchg .,. t** ?,'....Ff.a-Markef' 6 1V' hnr. .p.rwe.k. ;.'colt'. ''outstanding' poem, short story or personal minimum two
AKC BLACK MALE CHOW 1 yr.. $129.00 for apt. 468.2255.6/)3 6/20 2tchg HOMES FOR SATE article. For complete information "It's A Beauty" years o-t-r experience, we Invite youto

mo. Black Female Chow no papers HELP WANTED: Federal, State, Civil lobs call Phil at 431.1217 between 10 A.M. 28900.00 loin our Clay Hyder Team. Our Standards

$75.00. Free gerbils. Ph. 782.33786/13 now available. Call 1619569.8304 for and 2 P.M. 1tpd6/13 SKYLINE HOME CENTER. INC. are high but we're worth, itl'
Itpd info. 24 hr.. 613627PERSONAL GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (you
PEAS FOR SALE: No kids under 12 in repair). Also delinquent tax property.Call US 301 North, Starke, FL CLAY HYDER
field. Ph. 964.6780 6/13ltpd 1.805.687.6000 ext. GH-1136 for information
SERVICES Want Ads Get Results We Buy & Sell Used Homes Trucking Lines, Inc.
5/09 6/13
AIR CONDITIONERS: 1/2 ton 1 ton, 11/2 6tpd
ton, 2 ton window units. Call 964-8775 Financing Available! Aubuntdale Fla.

after 6 6/6.6/13 2tchg SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED: All BOATSBOAT ((904)) 964.4414 1-800.282.11581

FOR SALE ADD-a-ROOM 14'X22' makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted EOE Wf

3,000/installed 3,500 dealer $15. Used sewing machines for sale. FLORILAND
904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg James Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. FOR SALE 16 ft. trl hull, walk thru

HOUSE PLANS: custom drawn, phone and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/03 tfn windshield with 80 horsepower Mercury == ==

Macclenny 1-259.35386/6 3tpd 6/20 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free tilt trailer, $2695. Call 496.2978, REALTY --,

ROB'S AQUARIA PET SHOP LOCATED IN estimates. Handy.Man Fence Co. keep trying. 1tpd6/13 964.7700 ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
,
LAKE CITY GLEASON's CORNER MALL Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. 3/29 -- I
Fresh water Marine fish Birds, Puppies tfn LAND FOR SALE 393 N. Temple Ave. RealtorFormerly

kittens and pet supplies. Ten percent WANT TO DRINK? Vernie P. Odom I .
off with this ad. 6/6 3tpd 6/20 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS Broker-GRI FAULKNER REALTY
1982 SUZUKI CS-550m2, Great Cond. WANT TO STOP? 10 ACRES 2 mobile homes, fish pond, I 221 W. Lafayette St-Ask for Susan

New tires, W/helmet $1000.00 or THAT'S OURS some trees, block storage building, Trailers for rent Mon.-Frl. 8:30a.m.-5:30p.m.

Negotiable. Call 964.7231 or 4602. 6/6 Alcoholics Anonymous96441509646894964S434 $38,000. 496-2600 tchg6/13Subscribe Dream Place 52 AC plus road frontage I I Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 noon

2tpd 6/13 on 2 sides and 3 BR 2'Ba

'BI GS550T Sui. W/hlm.t. new bat. pd thru 8/16 home. I 964.5065

$500. firm ph 782.32036/66113 2tpd GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows For Sale: Trailers Lot. Owner finan- WP're .
SO PERCENT OFF FACTORY CLEARANCE: etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Today I cing. I how't "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive

Our finest flashing arrow sign. Perfect 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake Small House Appx. 1 ac. In country I NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM

condition. $249 complete. Free letters! Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Corner Lot 3 BR 1 B. In City. s
Don't believe it? Call HSC 1 ))800)) 473.4973.2/26 tfn 1985 Catalina "Thriller" Desired Area 3 BR 1 BA, assume Owner financed- BR 1 BA C/B home on approx 1 acre close to town.
423.0163 Extremely limited *We are offering the Winder property on Center St., Excellent Investment.
anytime
Roof Mtg.
.._ Plywood Floors Shingle A Approx. 3 1/2 acre with Immaculate 2BR 1 BA home with many extras.
quantity. 'Bessant Rd .3 BR 2 BA with 2.39 ac.
'
-1 less than 195 Month A Acreage Hampton 1,000
Payments area per acre.
'In Country 2 homes ."c. Condition,
'13800.00 Imagine home with 1 acre in town. Very convient location.
!
Plumbing SuppliesFrom owner finance
Subscribe Today I A Excellent area, home with hardwood floors. C/A. Large recreation room
Lawson Bldg much value for few
SKYLINE HOME CENTER INC.
BRADFORD COUNTY \ dollars. 35 Acres, priced right 57000.00

TELEGRAPH US 301 North Starke, FL Homestead 38.2 ac. road frontageon Now is the time to look at this property. puMure with pecan trees and comfortable

964-6305 We Buy & Sell Used Homes two sides, ex. Ig. barn, good land. farm house, fences and dug pond. 't..
Durrance DalewoodEverything, Immaculate 3BR :SW:: FP. Cathedral ceiling In great
I LOOKING FOR LAND?
Available!
t Financing room, other extras.
181 Ac. Bradford Co. 198 Ac. Union
Pump & 7 ((904)) 964-4414 114 Ac. Union Co.. ; ; A 5 per cent Dn will get you Into this immaculate 3BR/2BA 1973 Sq Ft Brick
.. Contructlon home with a family business Call for details.
I
Starke: I I C .....'..--- A Keep Coil In this 1843 sq ft Tancher 4 1/2 acres.
Call Monfez Supply.. 0 .W. Madison St. needing extra space let us show you this 2165 sq ft. It is for.
964-6305 mal everything Priced In 60's

I U.S. 301 N.-/64,N.Florida TempleStorke {\, I 964-7061 I wanted A Here is 17 acres with 2 wells to start your Blueberry form you always


.CIR 225 40 acres, 2 Irg wells, proven production.

VACUUMSALE A C/R 125 See the beautiful corn growing on this. Make offer 70 acres with 45

I We Drill Wells 9 acres in timber with farn house and barn

i 2" to 6" State Licensed A Hwy 16 W. 30 acres Owner financing.
l REALTOR A SO acres large barn and well, fenced

NEW & USED A WATERFRONT LOTS- Owner financing with 15 percent down. Broker owned

We Finance Our OwnKIR131'S _JANE .5 tUSHER Commercial PropertyHwy 16, 2 blocks form Hwy 301 $36,000 Warehouseand

Your Union County Realtor frame house Included
496-2903 A Plnebreeie S/D 3BR/1 1/2BA Perfect for the first time Investment PricedIn
ROYALS ; I 496-2126 or the $30',.
N-
St.. .. ..Butler.
EUKKKASHOOVERS Under ManagementPINE -L --340 W.Main
la 21/2 3 parcels
A Small acerageNIc* Cpuntry Setting or acre
.... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Peaceful 5 acre homes Lake Butler

ELECTHOLUX I A Country living in 4 BR form house In 10 acres Priced in the 30's.

Dollars A Business property 3 ac with Hwy entrance also 5 ac "|ust reduced"
FILTER QUEENS In Scenery, But With Few
For A Lotto Change
A 8 1/2 ac F6rm, with permanent roof only $37,900 with discount "well worth'
SEARS Down... Buy yourself some of the Countryside. Choose clearedor It"

COMMERCIAL! FOREST I 'wooded hay fields or planted pines. We have it ALL FOR | A3BR/2BA DW on 1 ac, furnished with many .extras.

We repair all makes SALE..In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. A Kingsley Lake Home for Sale nowl! Newer borne 3/2 A fireplace with lovely'shadey

and 15% wooded lot and It's very own pathway to the lake just for you
only
the interest rate,
Al .With 10 Yrs. to at going
Young'sSince I pay
APARTMENTS A Check out this farm house with 18.9 acres partly wooded X cleared. Reduced
down, you can buy I Vi to 3 Ac. parcels or up t6< 60 Ac. Owner to sell just North of Starke.

I 1957 financed near Lake Butler or Worthington Springs: CALL FOR AP. j A Beautiful pasture land-Brooker-4 acres with lovely wooded ravine which'leads

964-6918 I POINTMENTTO SEE...- to a cool refreshing stream.

3 Miles north of .HOMES WITH ACREAGE A Great Buy In Brooker cute home for only $32,500
1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts. A Don't rent Own this nice home In Starke for only $25,300.
I
Super fine home with pool Ext. Lg. Den with stone fireplace. This very attractive A Reduced Reduced! 47 acres with brick just 4 miles from Stark. Property I.I I.i

From'16000 la-Up" 'I secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low Interest rate on First Mortgage that can i very private and adjoined by timber company land. This could be the excellent
#' I be assumed by qualified buyer. For appt. call now..Close to city limits of lake
J i buy you've been waiting tor.
I
Shop & Compare Butl.r. A Frame home on 7 acres, 2 wells and septic, pond very good terms.
decorated.
'II 'Brick Hom .. Town..3 Ac..SPACIOUS. 4 fireplaces, beautifully.
Insurance >
I
Special I for MH. $15,000
A 2 acres ready your
Mobile Home Park> [! I 3 Bedrooms Available Now |i ''I, Investment? Owner will finance. Priced A Beautiful In Hampton Oaks. .
-3 BR home 1 block from Main St. lake Butler. right.
..
Lake outside Newer horn of cedar'
All l>'|Mt of I A Cool dips In Hillcrest just Keystone Hgts.
.
Terms negotiable. Owner says SELL.
deck
owners -3 BR home-on lovely Country road just outside Raiford area. Beautifully land- J I with 1 a lovely view. from Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTORSal..Manager

mobile homes r .soaped 1 Ac. Property Is partial fenced also barn and storage shed Incl. Priced Evenings W4-404 v.

Call for honu-i I to soil. Ready to move ln..Call: today. REALTOR ASSOCIATES
and 1 Ac. available. Owner moving out,
1530 W. Madison Moving to Alachua? Have nice home Iran L. Faulkner*.4-SI42 III..Johns S31-2tU
Olin's with beautiful
Corner lot
-eJ SEE. country
of area. Ready to sell. Call for appt. to Rex Slemer 473-2110 SWZMIM KHchas f 44-7Y30
Ihano 1'1 .. the road makes 'this home a delightful on. to sell. I ; f
.
across
Home 9.5' scenery 1 M Bob Mapt ews964.72S1 ... Y W 4-752S' '' I
E91dLBwsuis L"t t ....tnrot r111r',4.4'' -gj,
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Office Hourss
Elaine M. Win Agent PPBimrn

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11 News BriefsNorman ..-. : Car Takes


", .'
1x Evasive Action
ScheduledFor was arrested June 7 for DWLS, according "i1. .
to Trooper B. A. Williams. ,I.-

Trial June 21 He was released after a $210 bond Hits PickupAnother

Drug defendant Lewis Jacob Norman was posted. ,
is scheduled for trial June 20 accident"
Peter M. Ganteaume of Starke highway .
and 21 in Bradford Circuit Court cured on SR-121, 2 miles north of '
arrested June 8 for driving
before Judge John J Crews. was Lake. Butler Tuesday. morning!
under Influence, according to Sgt.
Norman, 41, of Wellborn, arrested Greg Nichols. Ganteaume's blood According a ,,'1iP report, a
last November, Is alledged to have
alcohol content was .20 percent. Mack truck was northbound on
been the leader of the operation i SR-121. A 1980 Ford, driven by Amy
Bond was set at $525, he was released -
which brought cocaine from South on his? own recognizance. Lee Keirnan of Alachua, was also
Florida into Bradford County northbound on SR-121 and attemptedto
Twenty-three arrests were made in Rosalind Pettiford of Starke was pass the Mack truck. A 1978 Ford
that drug bust by Florida Depart-the- arrested June 11 for battery, accor- truck was parked on the east
ment of Law Enforcement and
ding to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Bond shoulder of the roadway.The .
Bradford County Sheriff's Office. was set at $1,000, she was releasedon driver of the Mack truck
One defendant remains to receive her own recognizance.Wilma drove left of the centerline in orderto
disposition, Michael Keith Leverson, allow extra clearance of the Ford
who is scheduled for change of plea Smith Bennett of Lawteywas '. truck. Keirnan observed this, and

June 17.Norman, defendant to arrested June 11 for disorderly .... took evasive action by travelling to
is the only intoxication and resisting arrest .' .. the west shoulder of the road and applying -
defendants '" .
stand trial in the case, 20
and sentenced and without violence, cording to Sgt. ..,'. .,'. !.? brakes.
plead guilty were Wayne Wayne Wilkinson. Bennettwas She lost control of the vehicle and
defendant ,:il'
the was
case against one
alledgedly extremely Intox- \: crossed back over to the east
dismissed. icated and when placed under arrest > '1 shoulder and struck the Ford truck.
., ,
selection will begin Monday a ; } ,..
Jury trialon kicked the plexiglas in the patrolcar .,'\. Keirnan and passengers Constance
June for Norman's trial, one .
17, and two trials on ,according to the report.She was .f": ..) .: .. "... Kelly,James Kelly were treated and
Tuesday released on her own recognizance.James y. ;y; released at Lake Butler Hospital and
Wednesday. ; J }' < Hand Surgery Center. Passenger
Scheduled for Tuesday's trial next 11! u
week is Burt Norman Hickox, 45, of Eugene Barnett, 32, of : ...., .Jr.! '1"'? .. Carol Keirnan was admitted to the
: _
,l
Starke, arrested Feb. 12 after a Starke was arrested June 11 for ':Aj\ 1I.j hospital for observation.
without license, accordingto -
sexual fishing a
grand jury indicted him for
Eunice. Barnett
battery and lewd assault. turned Deputy himself Sammy into the sheriff and Three Vehicles in Lake
June 19 Phillip Louis Lee, 19, of released after a $25 cash bond was I Butler CollisionThree
Lawtey, arrested Feb. 17 for batteryof

a law enforcement officer and posted. automobiles collided in Trooper Thomas Pace, a 1977 Buick, Dodge was driven by Charles Melvin which was westbound on SR-121. The
resisting arrest with violence, which Dorothy Patel Bennett, 52, of Lake Butler Sunday afternoon at the driven by Jeanne Henley Carter of Parrish of Lake Butler; passengerswere van was driven by Paul D. Davis of
occurred which defendant was being Starke was arrested June 11 for intersection of SR-231 and SR-121. Raiford, was northbound on SR-231. Kathy Parrish and four year Gainesville; Jim Schafer was a
is
arrested on outstanding warrants violation of probation, according to Six people were treated and releasedat Four year old Curtis Parrish was a old Samantha Parrish. passenger.
scheduled for trial in the GI":1tn.m'ttiligbefore : : Lt. Glen Moore. Bon was set at Lake Butler Hospital and Hand passenger in the Buick. Carter failedto In a secondary collision, the car Charges of failure to yield right-of-
Judge R. A. 'Buzzy. $1,539. Surgery Center. A four year old girl stop at the intersection of the two driven by Carter hit the car driven way entering a through highway and
who suffered a fractured pelvis antifemur roads and struck a 1968 Dodge, by Parrish again, knocking it into failure to use a child restraint
Chapman Elected Olan Stafford Waldron and Otis (thighbone) was transported, which! was eastbound on SRI I The .!the path! of..a. 1975 Chevrolet vans! system were filed against Carter.
Waldron, both 35 and of Hamptonwere via helicopter, to Shands Teaching
President COREMS arrested June 10 for tamperingwith Hospital in Gainesville.
Bradford Emergency Services a witness by force or threat of According to a report filed by Ward
Director Cliff Chapman was recently force and aggravated assault with Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), Montgomery:
elected president of COREMS intent to commit a felony, accordingto
(Council on Rural Emergency Lt. John Dempsey and Deputy FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Medical Services). Eunice. Olan's bond was set at '' '' ',
Chapman was elected at the May $7,500, Otis' bond was set at$5,000 at Starke 964.5451 I
29 meeting at the Hilton Hotel in their first appearance. .. ,
Open Every Night
Gainesville. James Curtis Cook, 20, of Clay
COREMS represents the 16 county County was arrested for burglary- STARTS FRIDAY
North Florida Health Planning grand theft,, according to Deputy
:!
District.The council
only recognizedby
John Tilley. Bond set at StorewideClearance
the state EMS office. was $5,000, ASECRET
Cook released his
was on own
Chapman has been a member and recognizance. APMIRERFit.
on the steering committee since it's .
inception in 1981. He served as vice Duval Man ArrestedFor

president last year. Child IkR i .. ,,,, _
Chapman is completing one yearon SupportJohn _- .OiUON:': "
the state's 17-man EMS advisory Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. 7:00: 9:00:
F. of Jacksonvillewas
Sharp, 29,
council. Appointed by the Secretary arrested June 6 for failure to Sat. Sun. 8:00: 7:00: 9:00:

pf Heath and Rehibilitive Services pay child support, according to SCREEN 2
representing all Paramedics Deputy Eugene Lee. .
statewide. During that time he ad- Sharp was picked up at the Duval I
: I
vised the state EMS office on how to Jail and to Brad-
County transported
improve statewide emergency ford where he remains in custody.
gram medical planning service and systems development by pro-ac- 20 % TO 50 % OFF

tivities. He also served on the
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