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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Days of Scho I1... Two S.ceons "he *>-

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Outside... Editorial Pag. . .. .. . .4ATh.
Weekend forecasts call for scattered showers, lows of 65, and a Social) Scon*. . ... .5-IA
high of 85 today (Thursday May 28). Sport... .. .. .. .. .. . .12A
Little change is expected through the weekend. Partly cloudy Lvgoli . . . .. . .. 12A !
skies, with a slight chance of thundershowers In the late afternoonand
evenings. Low temperatures are expected to be in the mid 60s, SECTION Bi 12 Pag.. I--
highs near 90. LE Ca.- Day . .. .. .. .IB
A low pressure area over N-Florida made the chance of rain UCI Honor . .. ... .. .2B
about 40% Wednesday night, but lessening over the weekend. Local ...ro.. .. .. ... ...25
The Forest Service reported only scattered traces of rain so far N.w. Brl.fi S..dl

this week, in the county with no major threats in sight. Humiditywill Scholarships . . .. . 5EObituari.
range from a low of I 45% to 100% in or near showers. ... . .. .. .. *. .
Rainfall: the 30-year average for April is 3.23 inches May 3.37 in- L.glon Award. . . . .*. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven109th

ches, June 7.07, July 7.99, August 8.10. Sept. 5.46 inches. Ctrl Scout. . . . . ..76ClawlllMl Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
'"' 45th Issue Thursday. May 28. 1987 USPS 062-7(10

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iM 4 sophomores scored 91 percentile in ed to be improved. Some special

math and 85 percentile in communications education classes worked on the

+ w reading and writing, skills all year long.
this spring on the Student State
Examples; ot weaknesses are us-
Assessment Test II, (SSAT m), such
ing the plural possessive, as
known the Functional
otherwise as "...the student's the
\ Literacy Test, which they must pass singular form, and'problems...the '
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:\ for graduation.The BHS problem, the plural form meaningmore
1987 sophomores brought
than one student. In the math
scores up from 68th in 1985 and 66th have
area, BHS students usually a
in 1986 and should rank in the upper
problem figuring elapsed time,
20 percent of the state, says a proud such as how many up hours between 4
?
Principal Al Rother. The 68th rank- and
p.m. 8:30: a.m.
S ,. ing is possible because two
n laboratory schools, one being P.K. One priority of Florida's education

Younge in Gainesville, are combined system is seeing that students acquire -
and treated as one county. and apply the basic skills
necessary to read, write, and do
When he arrived at BHS two years basic math. Approximately 100,000

ago, one of the first things looked into public school 10th, 11th, 12th, lath-
was the test scores. Finding BHS year and adult students took the
last in the state immediately got Dr. SSAT-II this spring.
Rother's attention

Teachers and students put on 10 to SSAT II Spring 1985

15 minute video programs on individual Communications Math

: rkI" skills the students showed BHS 74 75
r- L 1 the greatest weakness in, pointedout
BHS Stat. 88 84
Mrs. Evelyn Maycumber,
reading specialist. Stars in the video

games, pumping the students up to SSAT Spring 1986
improve, included Supt. Jim Dun- Math
Communications
can, UF kicking specialist John
David Francis, Chamber manager BHS 81 74
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and UF student Dawn
Jack Eckdahl, State 89 83

Top Grade Earners in Tornado Land... Scott Director, daughter Olivia Scott of Media and her Center husband -
SSAT II 1987
Straight-A students at BUS for the fifth six-weeks grading period are Second row, on knees- Steven Thornton, Noy Srivibul, and Robert Jimmy Scott, a Bradford Spring
(CI-r): Thorpe. school board member. Communications Math

_. Standing:Chad Crafton, Holly ShfeldsJ .frey Moody, Wendy Young, of the BHS 85 91
"It got the attention
Jody Brown Jason Brown. Stat.
86
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SeatedKim Johnson, Yvonne Bobo, Cane Foster, Sherrillarreli. Absent when photo was taken: Docna Cox, Barbara Green. students about the importance of the
test, and got their attitude right
about it," Dr. Rother said. BHS ranked 68th In the state on

the SSAT II In 1985 compared to

15 ]Earn Straight-A's at Bradford should"A fairly be able sharp to pass the sixth test grader," says other state school districts
HighFifteen
Dr. Rother, adding it is a test of (counties). BHS improved to 66thin

basic skills in adding subtracting, 1986, and really improved its

Bradford High students, or Seniors... Barbara M. Green daughter of Juniors...- multiplying, and dividing. whole standing In 1987. Note the four

1.46 percent of the 1,030 member student Deena Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Green of Brooker. Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and numbers and fractions.Dr. percentile gain in communications -

body, earned straight-A's for Mrs. Tommy Cox of Brooker. Miss Miss Green is enrolled in creative Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. RoUter visited each 10th grade in 1987 and the big jump in

the fifth six-weeks grading period Cox is enrolled in computer programming photography, algebra II, beginning Brown is enrolled in food and nutri- class, telling the students how important math, up 17 points. The rankings
which ended A on I 2.1. student leadership, tennis, and several Santa Fe Community tion, drawing and painting I, the test is, and getting their won't be out until next May, but

Another 81 BHS students, or 7.86 anatomy and physiology, analytic Colleee courses. analytic geometry, team sports, ad- attention turned in the proper direc AI Rother BHS
Dr. principal,
percent of the student body, earnedall geometry, and honors English 12. Sherri C. Harrell, daughter of vanced world history, honors tion. "It takes willingness on the ,
A's or B's for places on the A-B Cane L. Foster, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell of English 11, and chemistry I. part of the student," he says. thinks BHS will rank in the upper

honor roll. 19 seniors, 15 juniors, 23 and Mrs. Dan Foster of Starke. Miss Brooker. Miss Harrell is enrolled in Jody L. Brown, son of Mr. and 20 percent. At the same time In I
sophomores, and 24 freshmen are on Foster is enrolled in geometry, food humanities, anatomy and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Dr. Rother also met with each 1987 the state average went I

the honor roll.StraightA and nutrition, analytic geometry, physiology, honors English 12, and Brown is enrolled in food and nutri- course area department head to( down slightly because the test is
band IV, chemistry I, honors several Santa Fe Community College point out the weaknesses.
and ensemble. (see Straight-A's..p.3A) Homework assignment began to in- becoming more difficult
students, by grade are: English 12, jazz courses.





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Sunshine Industries ((51)), a renUy does over $400,000 in sales by :si wui occupy a 4V4-acre tract at Mayor Vernon Silcoii ..<,...uiuvuo* '..
sheltered work center for handicapped manufacturing various wood products the SR-100 entrance to the park, acquired to the city and pledged the city's "1.?',.,..
citizens, will be the first occu- such as wooden pallets, fence as part of the Florida Blue cooperation and assistance. Com- ,. :..
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pant of Starke's new industrial park, sections, survey stakes, mobile Chip Communities Certification proems missioner Maxie Carter Jr. said the .. ...... J
the Bradford County Economic home skirting and a variety of home some two years ago. The park is county will continue to be there for .>: "- .. ,\,'if

Development Corporation announced products. SI also provides quality also located within the Starke Enter. SI. ..".'." (-.,,
Tuesday May 28. control services under contract to prise Zone, thus providing a varietyof Tomlinson opened by saying the .

Plans ale iur a lO.Ouu square foot Gates Energy (formally General tax incentives for those organizations meeting was for an important an- .
and financing Electric Battery Division) and locating within the park. nouncement. Those present included I ., -Y'
building a $200,000 Sheriff
Pierce
County Judge George
for
says SI Director Bob packaging services various pro- Chuck McKeown executive direc- Commissioner .
program ducts. Dolph Reddish, and City -
Larimer. SI currently has 55 clients, tor of the Economic Development Charles Schaefer. Judge Jl e #'s,

12 employees, plus four instructors The announcement was made Corporation, says dickering is goingon Pierce recognized SI board member -
from the Bradford-Union Vocational Tuesday afterjioon in a meeting at with other firms about locating in Ressie Griffith as a long-time and :.a'k': "!
Center. Clients learn basic trade city hall, chaired by J.E. Tomlinson, the industrial park. tireless fund raising worker for the I _
skills and basic living skills president of the Florida National retarded citizens ,
group.
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M lias secured a uu'eeperaent" Bank at Starke. Tomlinson is chair- "Sunshine Industries is probablythe Director Larimer pointed out the r
direct loan from the U.S. of the Economic Development greatest instrument for doing .. ,
$150,000 man new building will combine all the SI IJ .1>.,.. -A
good in Bradford County, said Med .
Small Business Administrationwhich Authority and president of the under one roof. He said a ,r
operations
will be used for construction. Economic Development Corporation. Conally, chairman of the SI board of third of the new building will be of- '.'>'. f
directors. said he became
Director Larimer however, Conally
says and ancillary
fices, a lunchroom,
that another$50,000 will be needed to involved after seeing his first 'G
facilities. Two-thirds, or some 6,600 ice'Signing
complete, furnish, landscape, and me Si-acre Bradford County In- Special Olympics program. feet will be devoted to the in-
the new building. dustrial Park is on SR-100 south of Members of the SI board, recognizedat square .
equip activities.SI
and in back of Pennington's the announcement ceremony, are dustrial workshop of the Contract... Mule Carter Jr.. Vernon Silcox.
Construction: is expected to begin Veterinary Service and Dees Fain Bateman, Happy Cooley, Ray is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Retarded and J.E. Tomlinson execute documents to make Sunshine I
Bradford Association -
late this summer.SI Grocery. It is the former Maurice Norman, Ressie Griffith, Gladys the Industries the first business for the new industrial park.
located on SR-100 west, cur. Edwards farm. Sellers, and Richard Welty. Citizens.



u'lfleChicken Non-Instructional School ]Pay 6th Highest in State;




B-B-Q ... Guard Starke,Armory sponsored on Edwards by! the BHS Road in Recommends Study of Salary ScheduleA
Schlofman
A barbeque chicken dinner is set Alumni Association.

Saturday, May 30, 4 p.m. until, by Tickets, $6 each, are on sale at
the Youth Dept. of Grace United Hodges Paint Center and Mitchell's non-instructional (N-I) staffing Bixtn in me...ate,1Juncan S ua. ease: Schlofman's Atand... ...'.,.. ,._ act any perveuuiga In-
Methodist Church in Lawtey. Store. Featured speaker: non-instructional crease the board gives, Supt. Dun-
Drug for
a
chart, with 10 employees more than salary time for the school board to
It's
can pointed out. They should get
MenuV4 chicken, baked beans, Sam Kouvaris, WJXT Channel 4 employee starting with no ex-
this term, was presented Monday consider grandfathering in current either, but not both. !Mir) Schlofman.
potato salad roll, tea. Price: $3.50 sports director. The Alumni night May 18, by Supt. Jim Duncan perience is $6.01 per hour, he said. for employees and
present
for adults; $2.75 for children under Association hopes to make the ban- wages Duncan suggested looKing at me
and drew Immediate ..
oppositionfrom schedule for
second fair new
oradford teacher pay run look at a salary
available. Place annual event.Upcoming. responsibility factor. Some school
11. Take-outs : quet an
School Board Member Len
the 67 board member
said
from the bottom among employees, he
Fellowship Hall. systems, said pay certain price
Schlofman. districts, Duncan said. Schlofman.Any new employee could for a certain oosition."inis .
Show. ... tabled be brought In under the new
BMS Talent .. me proposed line-up was "
more. We should be ,
teachers work-shopped
"We must pay schedule.
until June 8
a 4 on a
p.m. workshop
A talent show is set at 7 p.m. The bradiord County Commission motion by Schlofman, seconded by cannot successfully recruit As current N-I employees leave by said School Board Member Jimmy
Tuesday, June 2, by the Bradford is set to meet In regular session Board Member Cobby Wainwright, (teachers) at this level," the attrition, the N-I pay scale can go Scott.
Middle School in the high school at 9:30: a.m. Monday, June 1, and passed 5-0. The board also asked superintendent said. down, Schlofman said. Chairman Hall suggested hiringan
outside consultant to draw a
auditorium. in the courthouse on N. Temple up
Virginia Crawford of Starke, the for a salary comparison with private no pay raises should Du given or "I know we need the people, but proposed salary schedule, to "... get
of Florida National
Ave.The industry, the State recommended by the board until the afford said Schlof- out of it."
them personalities
current Miss Jacksonville, will ap- City Commission of Lawtey Guard, and other school school we can't ,
prear, is set to meet in regular session at districts. Florida Legislature acts on man. There were 130.3 non-instructional
7:30 p.m. Monday June 1, in city funding, Duncan said. Bradford is about the only school positions (secretaries, bus drivers,
Senior Banquet... rreseuungwhat I consider to be district to use non-instructional
out that cafeteria workers, custodians
,
hall.The the best for the (school) Duncan also pointed
hne-up he
first Tuesday meeting of the employees as substitute teachers,
over the paraprofessionals, clerks, typists,
has improved
of 1987 and their maintenance
The Class! system, Supt. Duncan also pointedout
friends and City Commission of Starke is set at past several years. "It has been one pointed out. stc.) in the 1985-08 term, 126.4 in the
salaries
or guardians, that non-instructional
family parents will by honored at a 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 2, in city cost $2.5 million year. Bradford of the least heard items at school Under the current salary schedule 1986-87 term, and 137.3 are me x..e3
hall pt Thompson and Jefferson per board. in for the 1987-88 term.t .
N-I
June 4 banquet in the National Streets. District N-I employee salaries rank meetings he reminded the an employee can move up

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A Pupil-Teacher Ratio of l-to-25 f


An over-all pupU-teadier ratio of schools at Brooker. Hampton and Referring to cutting the county There's still $40,000 of the$100,000
one to 25 is the goal set April 20 by ....wte7. level administrative staff Board left Schlofman said. Where is it? In
the Bradford School Board on There are no more state dollars Member Len SchJofman asked if reserve now, Duncan said. Aaii
recommendation of Supt. Jim Dun for the alternative education program $100,000 is taken out of the top where '
or drop out prevention the will it go. Carl Clark, who was in Top Heavy...?
can.There may be some elementary school board was told. charge of the exceptional child program BE Principal Bill McRae asked if
classes with more than 25 students The exceptional child program is has retired, and county level there are too many county office administrators
because of basing pattern. SupL the fastest growing in the school administrator Charles Francis will ?
Duncan told the school board.It chsU d. Supt. Duncan said adding take over the high school prin- Not according to a 1984 study,said ,
will be difficult to meet that goal be expects a new SLD(specific!learning cipalship July 1. That means two McKinney. ,
with current budget limitations, the disability) class at SE and SS. fewer adminstrators in the county "We are compare to other counties ayilr. f
superintendent said, but that is Use "We're identifying new studentsfor office,a saving of some 100000. ," said Schlofman, adding that's
goal. the exceptional child program More teachers, more guidance, where he checked.
Supt.Duncan said plans are to include and we don't know when it will more help out in the field would be From Brooker, McRae said he .'.
in the upcoming' budget a stop." Supt. Duncan told the schoolboard. his preference, Schlofman said. sees more county staff working r .rr < Ii
I fullUme guidance counselor for Supt. Duncan said he wants to awfully hard to keep up with what
Starke Elementary one for There are also more gifted eliminate team teaching situationsin Tallahassee dishes out. More work \
. Southside Elementary and one for students '*, .than you'd imagine." the elementary schools, where will be shifted out to school prin-
I the three outlying elementary Supt. Duncan"said. "It seems thereis 30-34 students are in one room with cipals and staffs, McRae predicted. I''
no middle. Duncan added. two teachers.

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Hampton Council Waits for Decision on Marshall -


'i The Hampton City Council still ting interviews for a replacement.The council dispatched a wrecker from Simmons also states that the month
awaits a decision from the Court in council has repossessed the Mosley Tire,and the car was hauled showing only 47 hours of duty was
Gainesville regarding the status of automobile that Marshal Ray Simmons back to town from Marshal Sim- due to a disability lasting about 5r __ _
its ousted city marshal. refused to return and plans to mons residence. three weeks, and "I did everythingthey nun
appoint a replacement to fill his asked me to while I was on duty Southside Water Fun...
The court bearing scheduled for unexpired term,which will run until ,and was subject to call 24 hours a
last Friday May 22.has again been the city elections in September 1988. The Other Version... day except while disabled." Second grade students at Southside Elementary had fun with a water
delayed to give the lawyers more At the present time,Hampton has no Simmons states, however, he day last Friday Latesha Wanton slides down the slippery slide in photo
time to prepare their briefs. active marshal. returned the car to the city becauseit Simmons remains adamant that above.
Meanwhile the council is taking was in need of service, and it is he will be reinstated as marshal by
applications aDd has beeun conduc to repossess the police car the now at Mosley Tire being repaired.Lil' the court.



-- Holly Shields Attends ConferenceHolly I

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f Suzanne Shields, a based on her scholastic record and Methodist Youtn Fellowship), dur-
INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING NOW sophomore at Bradford High School leadership potential as ing which time the membership
attended the Florida Hugh O'Brian demonstrated in school and com- doubled and several retreats were
Let WARREN'S (HOBY) Foundation Leadership munity services. organized.She has been in the gifted
Seminar May 8-10 in Tallahassee.She The Youth Foundation was program in Bradford schools since
Heating & Air Conditioningservice was one of five finalists of 210 established by Hugh O'Brian in 1958 the third grade, in the Beta Club
students attending the conference in as a result of the belief that through Junior High.She has been in
prepare you for hot, humid Florida I competition to attend the interna- America's greatest resource is in its the band for three years, serving as
Summers! tional HOBY conference in Denver. youth. The Foundation's motto is: an officer.
Miss Shields is the daughter of Mr. 'Motivating tomorrow's leaders to- Miss Shields is on the Bradford
We service all makes of and Mrs. Warren Stephenson of day." Its purpose is to seek out, High tennis team and High-Q team,
Starke and Bill Shields of recognize, and reward leadership and is historian of the Latin Club.
air conditioners and heaters Washington,D.C.She was sponsoredby potential in high school sophomores. Her hobbies include playing the
the Starke Woman's Club. Holly has been in the scout program piano, tennis, singing, and servingas
964-7230 Days 964-4799 Evenings Holly was nominated by a committee ,served two years as presidentof a medical explorer in the local
1 ,o of faculty and students at BHS, the Junior UMYF (United EMT program.Teny .


Frpni" ,the producers-,: Of_ _,': .
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(The:'HI DING, /PLACE i :and:JO Nl.,.. : to Represent CountyAttorney

v Terence is of Starke in Brown also represented the Brad-
7 believe THE I'RODIf rl be tie most powerfulfilm Brown of Starkewas representing the City ,
nay 1
ever made to reach people tor Christ" retained April 21 to representthe a single member district voting ford School Board when single
-.1IIy GI.m.- Baker County Commission ac- rights suit. Starke is being sued by member voting districts were
cording to the Baker County Press, the Bradford Chapter of the NAACP. established for Bradford County i
How long '_longed lot films of this caliber robe producedthe ..' the weekly newspaper based in Mac- under a civil complaint brought by I
realism Of the stay/Sne-the cSoSoguf-the relevancy of the, denny. The suit contends blacks cannot be the Bradford Chapter NAACP.
fyncs of the songs-' +lot*lIS first fins-pfus: the incredible Holly Shields Brown is also attorney for the Cityof elected to the city commission under Brown had been serving as in
messre.Joyce unlorf.Author Starke and, until he resigned last the current city-wide voting system, terim attorney for Baker County
THt PRODIGAL is*profound on T.t Attends Leadership Seminar fail, was attorney for the Bradford and asks that single member voting following the resignation of long-
comPetrrary School Board. be established. time Granvel
Grown
our present condition.-moor which vne all F Atty. currently districts attorney Kirkland.
see ourselves.Iris*Otnstfan Sm In the best ..
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For Memorial DayMemorial :

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Day ceremonies were American Legion; Unit 56, The
held at the Veteran's Memorial at American Legion Auxiliary; The
south Walnut Street, Monday May Auxiliary "Poppy Girl", Allyson d _
23 Dugdale; Post 314, American r
Legion; Starke Womans Club; The ,
Americans should be proud of its Kiwanis Club; Chamber of Com-
veterans and show them respect, merce; Masonic Lodge, No. 35;
:said Colonel Charles D. (Chuck) Rotary Club, and Concerned wl 1,
McKeown U. S. Army, Ret., Executive Citizens. j
Director of the Bradford : : /
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County Economic Development Corporation w ," ,n s
speaker for the occasion. OC
Reverend Doug Sides, minister at k
the First Baptist Church in Starke, !
asked the invocation. He also gave 'e r ; dl 1
Col. McKeown stressed
that every the benediction. At the close of the Wr.w --w R -
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American should realize veteransare '
ceremonies, Tim Weir, a bugler i W ca d,
responsible, in large measure,
from the High School Band sounded q
.
lor the freedoms
that we all enjoy
Taps An Honor Guard
from the
McKeown served in both the Korean r-
and Vietnamese Wars. Matter of High School Jr. ROT.C assisted in : (
the placing of wreaths and
providedthe
lactly. Col McKeown said he had a Color Guard c-
buddy shot down standing beside "
him. as close as Post 56 CommanderBob
B"..VO w""Ktandmg Monday. 4i
A small crowd of only bout 60 per- ;
sons was present for the ceremonies,
This is also the Seth anniversary of sponsored annually by the ,
the construction of the Golden Gate American Legion Post No. 56. The / WV
Bridge the last landmark for departing Legion Post hosted an open house at
soldiers, and the first the Post Home on Edwards Road immediately 'IIII' ,
Nee on their return, McKeown note .
before
the Ceremonies, '
Wreaths were placed at the and welcomed all veterans, legion- Memorial Day in Starke... ua.aayatiakuti.at.,

memorial, in memory of departed naires, friends, and citizens A crowd
veterans, by 10 providing of veterans and their families watched Tuesday as visiting Visitors placed wreaths at the memorial, _............
organizations: coffee, donuts, and speaker Col. Charles McKe own spoke of the sacrifices made by bugler played Tans at the_........"afsheamemry.
.JnnpI-J..anllfnrd.White. Post 56, refreshments for their guests Arnorlmu fiehtina: men throughout U.S. history.




I 15 Earn Straight A's at Bradford High School for Fifth Six Weeks I IHrom



page IA Washington D.C. Miss Shields is standard world geography, and Charles M. Coburn, Vicki L. Kimberly L. Fillyaw, Alisha J. Ferguson, ""'jl_..... d O ite1,
tion, drawing and painting I, enrolled in Latin II, algebra II, independent honors physical science. Crockrell, Suzanne Dyal, KimberlyM. Gruen Eric S. Hodge Karen A. :Stacy M.. jtaneft. ttBonraH Ohms
analytic geometry, team sports, ad- research, geometry _Kimhprlv A Johnson daughter Gowens. Bradford E GreenL Hodges Tonya M. Klein, Kimberly !Ktrkland, Bewim BL fdnadk,ILm A.
vanced world history, honors honors English 10, advanceAmerican ot Mr. and Mrs. Jerral jonnson ot Booby L,. jacKson, Melissa A. A. Lee,Dana L. MacWay Wanda M Mann\ :-Sbarae I"F*. Xtaox-. jfrntrnla L. .
English 11, and chemistry I. history, and physics I. Starke. Miss Johnson is enrolled in Miller, Phillip R. Moore, LawrenceP. Mueller, Peggy N. Petteway. MitrhFitl.Jienrnh K.Fantil SBifltaefl
Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and Nrw Srivibul.daughter of Mr and Spanish I, life management skills, Nazworth, Kimberly M. Norman, Kristen Pfenmger Sandy M. Poky W. i CmpJinger.: SBaflk r.
!Mrs Robert Thorpe of Starke. Mrs David Barber ot tarke. Miss standard world'geography, band I, Audrey L. Pierce, Shaun E. Mindy K. Rother Elizabeth A. Misty I... TffOMfso, BaWaaa H'_
Thorpe is enrolled in French I, Srivibul is enrolled in geometry honors English 9, honors algebra I, Schmidt, Stacey L. Shuford Sean G. Rowell, Barbara-. Smith Rudy L.. 'W'arlowonth.Conedit4m.
Spanish III, analytic geometry ceramics and pottery, standardAmerican and honors physical science Smith, Ann Starling, Mitchel S. Waters, Tina C. Willmgnam AliBha
sociology, chemistry I, honors history, band II, honors Starling, Tammy L. Thomason, L. Young. !
English 11. and physics I. biology I, honors English 10, and Ruth Louise Underwood. Virginia W\agsOf\ vSOs\ 4alarbySU
Jazz ensemble. Freshmen... Robert Link 1IIfIt
Sophomoi es... Wendy Young daughter of Mr. Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. Bishop, Jamie A. Bowen. Kendra L. mff the: Una off JtffiSJ: bell JBgta
Yvonne E. Robe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young of Starke. and Mrs Donald Thornton of Starke. Juniors... Michael E. Barber, Butler, June 1. Cole, Michelle Renee ;gr.adua15.me LIIM...mudaward. atraYdS
and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Miss Young is enrolled in honors Thornton is enrolled in standard Jennifer L. Brown, Kim M. Burch, Crabtree, Cynthia M. Davis, Gayle .
Miss Bobo is enrolled in geometry, biology I, creative photography I, world geogra,':i.y. Spanish I, biass Pamela M Carter, Pamela N. Douglas, Derrick N. Dowdy James The 1l' Zerng ib aiyidlq areb far me
student leadership algebra II, beginning tennis geometry, honors band, personal fitness honors Clark, John Frederick, Dennis B. S. Duncan .Ruseell W. Eberle (1JJD1IIII1Dn.
sociology, honors English I, French English 10,Spanish II, and advanced English 9, honors algebra I, and Glover, Rick D. Kimutis, StephanieG. Allison Farnsworth, Aimee L. -1IhP! nWAR'S
II, and advance American history. American hiftoi y, honors physical science.. Kopelousos, Esther A. Martin,
Jeffrey S. Moody,,son of Mr. and Sherry L. Mattox, Carrie L. Musson,
!Mrs Raymond Moody of Starke. David M. Thorpe, Jennifer S. Woods,
Moody is enrolled in geometry, Pam Zurfluh.
I, fitness standard Freshmen... -
biology personal A-B Honor Roll...
world history honors English 10, Chad E. Crafton son of Mr. and I
typing I. and business math. Mrs. Thomas Crafton of Starke. The 81 students on the A-B honor Sophomores... Michelle L. Plumbing & flee Services
Holly S. Shields, daughter of Mr. Crafton is enrolled in Latin I, per roll are, by grade: Becker, Shawna J. Blom, Kim R. '
and Mrs Warren Stevenson of sonal fitness ceramics and pottery Bosier, Audra L. Brantley, Lilly M. can help With those badly

Starke and Bill Shields of I, standard English 9. Algebra I, Seniors.. Shilynn Chaff. Burgess, Julie A. Ferguson, U I needed Home Impruwesreet


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I Bradford Zoning Board Has Light AgendaThe CAUTODAY

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Bradford County Zoning the New River area. The mill will issued so tar this month representing When contacted Harry Dukes, 964-7230 Days 964-47'99lweai:
Board had a light agenda for its receive dimension stock mostly a construction cost of over Burger King area supervisor from gs
Tuesday. May 26, meeting this dressed timbers and will resaw $3,341,000; including 8 family dwell- Palatka said"Dec this
month. them into smaller lumber. The mill ing permits, 8 commercial permits, weekend", The local manager is
One Temporary Use Permit requested will occupy a site of 70' X 36', and no 18 mobile homes, 20 home improve- Philip Gallo, a six year veteran with
by John P. Spratlin, was logs will be received. ment permits, and 13 miscellaneous Burger King, and is also from
recommended for approval to the permits. Palatka. All other employees have
Board of County Commissioners. A In other business 13 have For the last 10 months, permits been hired locally. Dukes states he New River Bap1 tAnrxn"i:
mobile home to be occupied by attended the free classes people offered at have averaged over $1,000,000 per was born in Lake Butler and has
Spratlm's mother, who is in failing month. relatives in this area
Santa Fe College to acquaint invites all members
health is requested to be located Community Assistant Zoning Director Janet No turn date is available for the cordially amdfr&eauSsto .
near his home, off NW 57th them with zoning regulations Turner announced to the board: proposed Food Lion to come to
Ave.Crawford( Road). and procedures. The Sunshine Industries is slatedto Starke; rumors are several from 18 a dedication of its new office
A special exception woa granted move to Starke's new Industrial months to 5 years.
W. M. Moody for a planing mill and 67 Building PermitsGo Park off SR-100 South. The big item for the month is Nor- located one mile north Starke.. FZa.on tJSStSL.
resaw operation to be located on his Over $3 MillionA The New Burger King is scheduled thside Baptist Church, $299,000.
land off SR-100, and west of SR-235 in total of 67 permits have been to open this week Sunday May 31. 3SS7


Dedication Ribbon Cattfing2:3Dp.ri.: : !' i


Open House33p.rt.Refreshments .

I Roberts Sapp Place in Orlando Invitational win be served

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Cory Roberts was fourth in the 440 Sapp a junior, got boxed in twice uy William Heed, a Junior from the Over STOOO spectators watched the
yard dash and Lori Sapp was eighthin and didn't run quite what was expected Philadelphia Track Club, who ran a meet. It was an incredible perfor-
the 880 yard run in the 11th Orlando ,however, she did run a credi- 45.86. Tyrone Kemp from mance by the kids says Coach
Sentinel Golden South Classic run ble race, says Coach Loper. Her Gainesville Buchholz, ranked Loper. "They were just awesome"
Saturday at Showalter Field in time was 2:25.36: for eighth place number two in the country in prep Loper says.It .
Winter Park among the classy field of 14 girls rankings,placed third in 46.40,a per. is one of the top three post-
Roberts ran a 49.64 for his fourth from some 17 states and Jamaica.The sonal best. The first five runners season prep meets in the country,on
place. The event was won by Anthony half mile was won by Shawanda were all under 47 seconds. Second a par with the Golden West meet in
Wallace from Elizabeth Martin fronrSanford Semmole who place was Antonio Pettigrew from California and the Keebler Prep In-
Iligh School in Jamaica in 47.79. ran a 2:12.75.: Macon, Ga. Southwest ran 46.1. in ternational in Elmhurst, 111. Per-
Roberts ran a good race in the The talent in the meet was the best rourth place was Eddie Miller from formers must meet qualifying stan
finals.Coach George Loper says. He field ever, says Coach Loper. As an DeKalb, Ga. Southwest at 4670. In dards to get in. RIDES
was third in the preliminaries in example, the men's meet had a fifth place was Andre Brown from "It was a great meet to climax the
50.01 and then finished out his high special Olympic development 400 Mobile, Ala. Williamson who ran season. It closes out Roberts' prep
school track career in good fashion meters race among the seven top 46.96. Richard Glover of Orlando career and he did it on a positivenote
in the finals Coach Loper says. quarter milers in the U.S. It was won Oak Ridge was sixth in 49.1. ," says Coach Loper.

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I 26 Students Make Straight A's at Middle School Are Some t G

Of Our

Twei> .y-8ix students, or 3.IS per Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter of Hobert Lee of btarke. Lori Starling, Carla Stephens, Kevin k
cent or> the 825-member student Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of James Parado, son of Mr. and Snow,Sally Thomas,Brittian Thorn- Favorite
body, at Bradford Middle School Hampton Oaks. Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton ton Tushina Vanzant, Monika
People...
earned straight-A's for the fifth six- Ricky Wishart, son of Mr. and Lake. Williams.
weeks period which ended Mrs. Stuart Wishart of Starke. Sherrie Patterson, daughter of
grading Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee of Starke. Seventh Grade... Stephanie

April Another 23. 79 students, 9.6 percent of Seventh Grade... Heather Safer, daughter of Mrs. Agin Shere Brown, Josh Buia, Tiffany We know exactly what they want in aWe -_. eitiv, -

the student body, earned includes all A's orB's. 28 Janice Davie, daughter of Mr. Gina Vera Safer Smith of Starke., daughter of Mr. and Crawford Burch, Beau, Mary Ely Coleman,Kelly Ann, Phillip Dun- up-date the list of their prdrreaeta in: it : .
The A-B and Mrs. Richard Davie of Starke.
group Mrs. Howard A. Smith of Starke can, Jeanette Fairfield, Sophia Fan- crystal flatware and giftware ;as gifts ala p! '''' 11 --
seventh .
eighth graders, 27 graders, Cherish Green dots,}Ott n lit Mr*
Caryn Taylor, daughter of Mrs. ton, Melissa Gros, Kevin Hamilton
and 24 sixth graders.The Mary Marshall of Star'ti. Deborah Waters of Starke. Phillip Henry,Andrea Hewett Shannon ed.,Visit us when shopping!fora *ft.
Deana of Mr.
di.i.fcuter
Holiday Janna Thornton, daughter of Mr. Isler, Sean Jones, Eddie Lewis,
students by grade, and Mrs. of Starke.
straight-A George Holiday
and Mrs. Donald Thornton of Amanda Loper, Michael McKinney with Chostaimx:
are: Rebecca Phillips, daughter of Currently Registered
Lake. Matthew
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Phillips of Kingsley Martin, Emily Nugent, ..
-Calvin Walker, son of Mr. and Larry Parrish, Pam Patterson
Eighth Grade... Starke. Rochelle Heermon A Terry Carver '.....s-.g.__ __ jig-
Mrs. Donnie D. Walker of Starke. Tasha Powell, Brooke Watson,
Brian Canova son of Mr. and Brenda Williams, daughter of Richard Wolf, Kevin Woodard. tony Bloodgood Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Williams of The 78 BMS students earning Amanda Wish t John CooperM47S71

Starke. places on the A-B honor roll are, by
Lake.Karen Coleman daughter of Mrs. grade: Sixth Grade... Cynthia Agin. '. w
Linda Williams of Starke. Sixth Grade... Tim Baker, Shena Burgess Abel
Sharea Myers, daughter of Mr. Angela Baldree, daughter of Mr Eighth Grade... Ashley Alday Campbell Keri Crafton, Alicia Ed- ff.ISTAWJ'; (
and Mrs. Billy Sanford of Starke and Mrs. Robert Baldree of Starke. Chris Barfield, Regina Bass, wards, Jennifer Glisson Tara >
Deborah Nichols,daughter of Mr. Emily Bradford, daughter of Mr. Christina Bath, Michael Becker Graudons, Amle Gnus Jeff'Johns, ,
and Mrs. Pate Ruis of Starke. and Mrs. Jim Bradford of Melrose. Shae Blom Dawnya Burns Missy Jennifer Josey, Amy King Lori \ Jeridry ..taiaJ
-Alpeah son of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Canova, son of Mr. and Bosier, Wyntriette Chandler, An- Mosley Stephen McLeod Shawna '
Kanu Patel of Starke. Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley drea Cowart, Keith Cowie Josh Mansfield Charnelle McPherson GmDaryaai: .
Damka Richardson, daughter of Lake.Holly Crawford, Larry Darrah, Letesia} Latanya Mitchell Stephen Murphy ....._S3DF--
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Richardson of Hatcher daughter of Mr. Hankerson, Wendy Houlker Jason John Ripplinger, Robin Register,
Starke. and Mrs. Buddy Revels of Starke Howard, Latara Jackson, Jennifer Sonya Thompson, Juantarla 1M W. CM St BYM 415._---
-Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. and Harry Hatcher of Starke. Christine Nazworth, John Williams, Matthew Williams, Jason
and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Bryon Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robins, Marla Scott, James Smith, Woods.






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Mystery of Cold Current t



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In Kingsley Lake Yet UnsolvedWith .. ,-- ,*-y : ;j-: :



hot weather coming on, those seeking a ber, with a certain amount of water inside ttbe h _
refreshing cold bath might try to rediscover a suit. This water is heated by body temperatureand S

"mysterious" current of frigid water reportedly helps keep the diver warm u ., t

found in Kingsley Lake over 20 years ago bya The well-defined current bat cut a dear tY.. b ps
Special Forces team of scuba divers from path, 12 to IS feet wide through surroundinggrass +

Fort Bragg, N.C., while' on summer training that grows on the lake bottom, Caust.
exercises at Camp Blanding. Mize said. The current is so SlII'if1ltbat sand M

According to a news story in The Telegraph kicked up by the flow, he added. t

during the summer of 1966, Capt. Lee Mize, "We ran out of diving tune and werw able! r

commander of Scuba Section, Special Forces to find the source of the current,"* Capt. Mime I! $
Training Group, Fort Bragg, N.C., reportedthat I
said. "I hope we can return at a later date and 1 .
his scuba team had discovered a powerful do In ibis She I
some more expJor ng. opinion, II
current of extremely cold water, flowing in a
stream could not be generated by a spnmft,
southwesterly direction in the lake, some 500 to which would boil up and would not create a 4

600 yards east of Strickland's Landing. strong current such as the one they diBttwered ? -? I ,- 'I

Mize said that the current,flowing at a depthof Although a U.S. Geodetic Survey map dated
about 21 feet, is so strong that his most experienced 1959 indicates a depth over 80 feet in one part tf %
diver, Sgt. 1st class Johnny Dolin. the lake, Capt. Mize said his divert failed to : ,- .4 : tHvanrir
could not stand erect in it. The water is so cold find a hole deeper than 60 feet.

that the divers could not stay in the stream "We spent about 20 hours diving time i in the

more than five minutes, even with wet suits on, area where the deepest part of the: late us Yrlhb 1f. hUN

Capt. Mize declared.A shown," Capt. Mize said, "but could: never get

( "wet suit" is used by divers at extreme deeper than.60 feet,"He said the:Jake bottom an Utarfttaai Early Settlers on Kingsley
in cold It is made of rub- this area is covered by about five feet trf silt.Lthirtyseventh samiriingy tore often placed
depths or water.
) very Lake of the Cady-Blackshear
Ube lake dfentfflk at 9W feet or more in the The old Howe place on Kingsley now a part
afteepert gnarn wtkut ill; at a point! off the property.Mrs.Howe operated a small store In her residence for many years,
Eflhzined 5dea"s Cibl. which was popular with children looking for candy and soda pop on hot sum I

mer days. This place Is not far from the Kingsley Lake Cemetery and was
etNTORlALSA Danae thou stay here ttfte divers pulled probably affected by the storm described In an old news article on this page.
a nit g caulk out et tIIW lake whist bad:aplaarnsllg -
Mr. and Mrs. Howe are standing at right In photo.
Item !
jeettooned tty a planeat!
1 name Bnttanwuno bare The 200pound tank
ffifesaderf]to attonv As to myself, bystanders some fifty feet
mate witto water wings anda Storm At KingsleyAt
away say I got up fully as quick as I went
Memorial
Meaningful Day eratde ft mug eaSfcstti! I i were found im-
down. At any rate, I saw the boards fly off
pruMMflB tosoSfGofst) tike eats bad a !head
this place the storm was fearful. The from under the window some four feet
about SOT meters widfev !but U>> body wasamolU
dine thunder and lightning was the most terrificwe from me after I had risen. I also at once
to a sHainacmn l diet inside thettaotik
Memorial Day 1987 was different. victim is still unaccounted If tfltoe body ftodl grown m proportion have ever witnessed, and by far the saw that the dry moss in the oak tree was
for. otlhel6e closest to us that we have ever had the blazing furiously, but was soon subdued.
&igweulktNmnceweighedabout20!
There were the usual picnics and Kuril pleasure o:experiencing. The sensation of the instance was peculiar.It .
pMwrtls.iS! was
parades, of course... and even some Even now, the wisdom and necessity Numerous lightwood trees in the woods seemed as if the building had suddenly

first-time events... celebration of the of President Reagan's announced plan A wamnrug .to. nuxpevwncedl livers was nearby were struck and shivered to dropped about two feet, and when I arose I
anunnSnll toy CupC. J JMbae->>! who said that get- certain of it that I went to the
to have American ships and probably and fire off was so edgeof
50th anniversary of the Golden Gate slivers, then caught sending
.
Sang mtetUke swrfU,calm cmrraul!witft inadeftllJUllte.
make There
the piazza to sure. was not
planes escort Kuwait oil t llL.:ers dense clouds of thick smoke and lurid
Bridge in San Francisco and
otttftwtlOTe could
or eqpqpmttnt! provefsfaiL the slightest sensation of fear or alarm, not
ceremonies marking the start of the through the Persian Gulf while flyingthe He 3aortlllltai anwindl.TooOl: people-died flames. even an extra heart beat that could be

Constitution's Bicentennial observancein American flag is being debated. \OB the U4. tart; j a.a-. fronn' embolism We, with others, were standing in front perceived. It was certainly a close call-

Philadelphia... Many members of Congress and other mewitaig;Bmum maxdtequaCe faulty! divingEnnttatottni of our mercantile emporium viewing the and right at home!

Americans are wondering why the US. e91mIP 4- grand display for some time, when the
But Memorial 1987 had shocks began to come nearer and nearer Mr. Erva
Day a special should provide this defense alone when ns; an o&sOnurlUnni! mi a blood: Just before the storm started,
meaning and significance... a reason for vend cauumD tty ttte presence of any and more vivid. We turned to enter the White, who lately lost his left arm, was at
Japan, France, and others of our Allies and had reached the
establishment centerof
the store and, seeing the storm, started
rededication and renewal of our debt (EancqBa nnaOtar. sucfe a*a !teloort clot! or air
and gratitude to those who have died in are the big users of the escorted oil.. hb hde csnrmitd Mtae!blood streams It can the piazza when a vivid blinding flash home on horseback as fast as he could go.
while the U.S. consumes only a minor JIItSIdt Bmnsn dike varying the- and tremendous crash felled us to the On getting near home he saw his house in
pressure
all wars to preserve the freedoms fraction. Why shouldn't the risks involved tin gs dines floor,struck an oak tree in eight feet of us, flames and hurried on with great speed.
guaranteed by our Constitution, and jumped from the tree to two of the piazza With his mother's help he was able to savea
still enjoyed by Americans today. be shared by those who are most At Jlte surfaae ttkur pressure is measured posts, completely shattering them, and small portion of their effects. Mr. John
dependent on the oil? at 1417,amofl!!! mmntaae* tty! It,toeevery: 3 tie : demolishing a portion of the roof. One cur White was in Lake View attending a

+ett d dfeffWi*,causing ttte hangs to'constrict rent took off a batten on the building, went Masonic meeting.
The special significance of Memorial The "accidental" attack by Iraq has mUeHE emnnwtotf! by proper equipmentJmo through two thicknesses of plank, landing

Day 1987 was manifest in flags being already shown that the risks are real Jmo & inside precisely at the point where a zinc White's loss is severe. A destiny appearsto
llBtfUlllly. \%
flown at half mast in tribute to the :and could result in many more lives IbmwM stands! for SelB-Cantamedl"in cJOqdidn.'t tinder-! wash-board rested against the side of the shape his way rough, but he is gritty,
and hard worker and will out all
a come
thirty-seven crew members of the USS !ost, in addition to the thirty sewn mauler Bfrettittane AJIIIlDlnesUlag house. It shivered into twenty pieces,
the end.
right in Still it is not at all encouraging
it the floor and
Stark who lost their lives in an unprovoked mourned on this Memorial Day. side throwing completely on out and melting tearing one cor-one to have to fight so many

attack by an Ira qui fighter Congress is right in demanding a: Aanfltow story!. concerning ner of the zinc. obstacles at once. Mr. White has friends in
Kangritey tIIie'llotll1lt..mgaccountof. all of us, and aid that is will
possible
week before the annual obser thorough investigation and every
plane one a com- "*
Ttanntfur sSnmnj tIt the the shattered board struck
. atl appeared' July From it three be given to him. There was so insurance on
I vance. Bodies of thirty-six of these vic prehensive plan of defense before em- Z, BUB! sails *4 The Bradford County short boards under the window, knocking his property, so he lost it totally.
tims of an "accidental" attack were barking on expanded risks in the Per- Tel lta IlllldUtIIie'wading"KL"IGSLEYDIES" them completely off. At this point it reach-

, brought home to U.S. soil on the day sian Gulf. Our men of the LLSL Nary :!\ : ed a heavy chopping axe and was satisfied _' The excitement is over and all are
thankful that life, limb and health still
; are
-
i after Memo-ial Day. The body of the deserve no less. Mr. //1Wuorlllft 1Mtr'1bnniy..011 Lawtey. Another current came through the permitted us, and we start again with high

ate aiqglttt UK a farm and!wind storm that building on a large nail on which was. hang-,_..hope and thankful hearts. .
An Editorial Correction: c mcIkte0yienc8edSWen'suistotthewaySanta ing some trace chains, giving'thcm a good

In an editorial in our May 21 issue The Telegraph inadvertently referred to"137 American Lawtey tto Rngstfcy Lake linghng: This ended matters in the store. --W.C.D.

lives" lost In the attack on the frigate, USS Stark. The correct number, of course, should
have been 37. We regret the error.


Tri-County Landfill County Agent's Notebook BratzC Bobby County Taylor Agent I IOrpmir




May Be the AnswerThe g nieU(itdteae( who*believe Using Compostmaterial used in a compost pile. In addition to
mMmrall news off I tome vegetableproduo leaves, straw and grass clippings, pine
can be recognized, it is ready to
JaunS) fmnemxe enmpniDt as an important! needles, shrub clippings, fish scraps, and
This take
the
use in garden. can anywhere
spectre of a huge barge, loaded expenses of garbage disposaL With the alMcraatlinHe to orawentDonall chemical from two months to a year, depending on water hyacinths may be included. Fruit
off .... establishment skins and vegetable fibers also
with overripe garbage, sailing the high possible exception of Alachua County sources d a gtfiantt: fanrtty! eMrasroe Actually composting' the materials use,the time of year, and the significant amounts of potassium.provide Other

seas in a futile attempt to find a dump- no small counties, even by grouping two sj; '' tran 115 e canal. to successful organic skill of the the composter.Use in.much the things you normally throw away, such as

ing site, would be comical is it weren'tso or three together could afford an in- pI\dI.muIC. K'f salt dWin I butt it doe as you would compost use manure in the same vegetable way coffee grounds and egg shells, provide

tragic. cinerator of their own. 1taIke se.e tone,effect and fcnowDedgeta garden. Broadcast it over the entire valuable nitrogen to compost.

Like The of those the Learn *o.osetreual6ermJlurs were garden three weeks or more before plan When properly done, composting provides
the classic tale of "The Man consensus making asaoliatik, L MTlflf TflHTF OBCd! composts>
A small amount of be
ting. compost may a relatively source of
Without a Country"-condemned to sail Tampa trip was that regional landfills Shear segMadlr gardens with mixed into the soil along each planting fur nutrition for your vegetable inexpensive garden. And,

the seven seas, WIth nowhere to land for would be the best bet for the smaller vhh msgsen aecsaasg for kalthyen1I1L row when you set out the transplants or it also can help bring about a change in

the rest of his life, the garbage barge counties in North Central Florida. This Itba week m ttte! second of nigaaessett plant the seeds. In all cases, apply com your perspective: concerning what is really

that nobody wants is symbolic of the solution is especially applicable to !tart attain! semes ert&mga Ns organic enmpwia gardening pillrestablishred ,. I'll post at the rate of 25 pounds per 100 square "garbage or "refuse" and what can be
feet of
massive waste Baker Bradford and Union Counties garden. productively recycled. Composting does
disposal problem now for your wgettattJle garrdlemC Many kinds of natural materials can be take some time and effort.
confronting our entire nation. which are a close-knit geographical entity sae node by layering< organic

and have common interests.If IIUda1aII5. n elk.as Heroes and!town chppi -
many
Our thirteen North Central Florida IIC5.. wife etong !hike table scraps
central location could be obtained in
counties are estimated to produce 900 a ntamnn, tgysmft I limf and organic fer- Forestry in Bradford CountyTreeSCaping
tons of trash and garbage daily, and an area near the line where the three Iln hiem As like campnao decomposes,.
with counties converge Bradford and Union:: sewaraU IDDrint! cfitwents are released i in I
no acceptable means of disposal
,
will would have approximately the same farms tip can ate By DavId W. Norton
we soon be in the boat with the
same
distance that The jul sftanftB fee*bou! tens-bys-ten foot Bradford County Forester
hauling they now bare to
wandering barge, unless a practical square and UbncMI.ffiree fact Big!*. To get!
solution is found.Somewhat their present landfills and Baker County one sftnrteA.nafce a layer oe J leaves straw
Do you plan on building a home in the areas be sure to leave a 100' buffer strip for
would have only a slightly longer haul or grate dfceeme*one foot*ep>and wed it
fire
belatedly this near future? You should give some thoughtto protection. Locating the trees you
13countyarea damn well.fttesBt.spread a layer o* animal
is working on the problem, but At the present time, no landfill in the manure Soar .to sin antes deep: ever thetoyer landscaping your homesite with trees. want to save provides the homeowner with
Trees increase the value of home the information needed
can a to with the
time is running out "We've got to 13-county area is in compliance aids of vr&taemn. Ttur(. spread! oneOPT speak
move thousands of dollars construction
by provide a savingsIn contractor. It is also the first
DER Bradford has ft 1DIOIDI1Iiaadllt'JCb! fivepeinids
rapidly, says Steve Shannon, project regulations. County : atfirec* pttospftaCe wr one of heating and cooling costs through step in protecting trees during construction

coordinator for the comprehensivewaste been operating its landfill without per- raw tonne Hal>>_tap.t the manure.quart M you shading, and turn an average home into a and is an excellent base for beginning

management plan now under mit for over a year. It is now subject wart. jtuB can: me fine pound e, a com- showpiece.In future landscaping plans. Look for nextweek's

study in the area, including Bradford, stiff penalties, which DER has not imposed State mrsasac fartiiimr instead of the rock a recent study Dr.Brian R.Payne environmental feature on common construction

Baker and Union. An during this period of trying to pbBfttaoe_ base neaL Atan, a layer ofdel researcher with the U.S. damages to protect your trees from while
engineeringconsulting Forest Service, found that the presence of your home is being built. For those of you
IK emunataSf adUctt Repeat this
firm has been hired to make a work out a solution to the problem. toynrang praee* nfil! the pile \is thedtsmndiietfka trees around a house increases the value of living in the middle of a field or pasture get

study; a Task Force has been named to Like other counties in the area the at Oteee-teJiive leetUla the property by as much as 20%. This out next winter and plant some shade trees
analyze the engineering when means a $7.000 to $14,000 increase in the and put Carrier out of business.
report present landfill is being stretched! taus er ttbree *?s. tike compose

made; and a third group, comprised of beyond its capacity and can continue to will twgn .to.... Keep it 11IO.... but not! selling right trees price.at He the advises construction that leaving site are the
to* wet. and riMV flatiat dl for while
county commissioners from the thirteen be used for limited time. It a and less than
only a might After! ma ce or fosr week,stir the mufiireWtaa : easier costly transplanting Tax on ServicesTo
counties will then study the Task Force have to be abandoned even sooner: if tbwwugkdy fee eampoat is canvtnftern trees later. Trees which are left In place
report and make recommendations as dmn will be larger and better adapted to a par-
final reports from monitoring wells pleedtw tats a tsxnngenousematme
to the best solution of the area's gar- now in place, show that pollution: is and mat ratticd! leaves or otter ticular them site from,provided enemy you 1-the take steps bulldozer to protect 1 Start July

bage/waste disposal needs. seeping into the groundwater of that When trying to decide which trees to

The options are limited, including area. leave on a site it is best to walk over your Florida businesses that are providing
incineration-which yIp' Letters property with a sketch of the boundary services to the public
is not cost effective are required by a
at least for smaller With the possible closing of the present lines.Begin by identifying large trees that new law to register with the state and start
countiesand also landfill estimated at $LS million, will play major role in the appearance of paying sales taxes by July 1, according to
potentially objectionable because of plus the cost of continuous monitoring your yard,but that will not be in the direct notices sent out last week by the State

'tons of pollutants" released into the at- after it is closed, Bradford would be Sme IQftatcs' Made path of your floorplan. These trees should Department of Revenue.
mosphere. The other method under con- be drawn in on your sketch. Next, look for Most service-oriented businesses must
sideration would consist of hard-put to purchase property for By An at Fire special flowering or colorful trees such as start collecting the new five percent tax on
regional another landfill which, under the new dogwoods, redbuds magnolias or red that date and forward it to the Departmentof

landfills, combined with stepped-up regulations, would have to be underlaid Etdtliar tldleglrar@Ni- maples. It is sometimes helpful to mark Revenue. But first they must pay a $5
Tte iproodt idiocy f the Star** fir
recycling (resource recovery) efforts. with a "liner" to the trees with plastic flagging as you identify fee and fill out registration forms to obtaina
prevent h'semdl ttbe
DI1Ilaord uses to
: emsancy
war \ them for protection. If you have plentyof tax number.
seepage into the underground Btoe wane.tf DIe five MId to 1tnl1Ia'V1e'the time it would be walk
The Solid Waste Task Force in- helpful to over the
This liner, a type of thick rubber-like CmKTugttcvs gj. Bft.the tMilbfine to be sure property during different seasons of the Service-rendering businesses that did
cluding representative of the Department would cost estimated ffitaat toaaaas aad ammaite are aOI oat and in This will help trees which not receive a mailed notice are not
plastic, an $50.000. you spot
of Environmental Regulation, the to a sade pttace as n keeping witM:' tike Us bloom at different times of the year or exhibit necessarily exempt from the tax and its
North Central Florida Regional Plann- $90,000 an acreanother millionplusexpenditure. :safety Oraid ices .f like (best fire departs faU colon. owners should check the list of taxable services
.
ing Council, and county represen- mute Ole Chard State It is also important to look for trees that or contact the department to deter-
Of snamdUrf ravntaue i fit getting need to be taken out. Trees which mine lilt applies to them.
these are
tatives, visited Tampa last Thursday to Although expenses are difficult
water wa like fire Bbvever. i II.er course
; if diseased decayed or In the direct path of The taxes collected in July are due to be
not for small
inspect an incineration operation which impossible one county:: five
true fflbat Ike tracks wttn ether construction, should be removed before remitted August I, and become
delinquent
they found would cost $100 million, moreor bear, with three counties conning SMSo8ssr% slmuia get water M the fire the borne is built. Be sure to mark trees if not postmarked by August 20.

less, and require perhaps five yearsto together and pooling their: final'ai pram*_arrival.lfts that should come out on the sketch too. Business

build. If one of these should be built at resources, as well as their physical: I tope rueiyame. wd heir learned You may wish to leave clumps or rows of and owners registration may obtain forms more from information the
WHmtUoane BB the ale'. wttn some
trees and native
a central location in the ountyarea, equipment, a cooperative landfill operation Bumfete fcamme teem mtaOf by aO- inctarttang objectionable views vegetation to screen out Department of Revenue office in
to
I it would mean long, long haul for most could provide the.answer to our difficult the SUete J'We Dcvartmcnt- against wind weather or provide, and noise.insulation If Gainesville,phone 378-1504. Information Is

counties, and hauling is one of the major problems. Jae W illiamntai : rte you place your home near large wooded also payer available assistance from number the department's, 4886800.n tax








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Mary E. Cooper Weds The '




Robert E. Philapy May 9 & ifociat "


Mary E. Cooper and Robert E. -
Philapy, both of Starke, FL were ide of the news
wed at 4 p.m May 9, 1987 at the
tome of Mr. & Mrs. Ace Klein on
Hampton Lake with Rev. Bill Lovell It Al Aw, Weddings Club News Social Events

conducting the ceremony. M 1, \15f r Receptions Church News Births
The bride is the daughter of Pearl '

Lea Davis of Hampton. The 1' u __.__ _. _,
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bridegroom's parents are deceased.
Nuptial music was provided by Church NewsRevival I
Carolyn Joyner and Diane Hughes. .
The area in which the lawn wed-
ding was held featured an archway ServicesAt The evangelist Is a graduate of Bradford Baptist Hosts
decorated with ferns and spring Samford University and New Musical EnsembleAn
1 flowers. First Baptist Orleans Baptist Theological
program of music is to be
Jackie Klein, sister of the bride, .. Evangelist Ben Peacock and his Seminary. He pastored the Arlington presented by the Bob Jones Univ
served as matron of honor. She worea wife, Helen, will be with the First Baptist Church of Jackson- male vocal ensemble at Bradford
blue floor length satin gown and Baptist Church of Starke May ville and the First Baptist Church of Baptist Church Saturday, May 30 at
carried a goblet filled with blue 31-June 3.Sunday. Panama He for .
City was a pastor 7:30: p.m.The
beat8:3oand1la.mTheSundayeven
roses and tied with blue streamers.Ace ., morning services will over 30 years before beginning his group will present a program
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Klein was best man. ..f'It : centered on the theme "Beware lest
The bride, given in marriage by : l,.;... ing service will be at 7:30: p.m. Mon-will ministry of Evangelism. Ben's wife, thou forget the Lord..." Included in
services
her sons, Ray and David Cooper, day thru Wednesday Helen, will sing in each revival ser the presentation will be familiar
wore an empire style gown of cream begin at 7:00: p.m. vice. hymns and gospel songs amplifyingthis
satin with an overlay of white chif- t Sunday evening at 6 p.m., Helen The pastor and people of First theme, as well as testimonies.The .
Ion. It featured butterfly sleeves Peacock, wife of the Evangelist,will Baptist Church extend a cordial invitation leader of the team, Peter Hub-
with the bodice accented with alecon present a "Family Life Seminar"for to everyone to enjoy these bard, will close the service with a
lace and a chiflon V-necklmc. Adorning ladies only. A separate seminar revival services. brief message! from the Word of God.
her head was a chantilly lace will be provided for men and classesfor All are invited to attend this great
headpiece featuring a bouffant veil children and youth are provided. time inspiration.Bradford Baptistis

enhanced with seed pearls. Her only '(I located on 100A (Griffis Loop) off
adornment was a single strand of antique St. Edwards Altar of 100 going to Keystone Heights.
pearls belonging to her Society InstallationFriday
mother. ( First Assembly of God
evening May 22, an In-
The bride carried a bouquetof f Film
spring To Present
f stallation Dinner of Altar Society officers
silk Dowers accented
streamers.A by was held at the Bradford "The Prodigal"A

reception following the Family Restaurant. fast-paced, modern-day
ceremony was also held at the homeof with allegory, akin to the familiar Bible
Mr. &Mrs. Ace Klein. white Officers carnation were presented Mrs. story, The Prodigal, a World Wide
Centering the bride's table was a corsages. Pictures Presentation,will be shown
Shaller honorary
3-tier wedding cake. Covering the Peggy an May 30 at 7:30: p.m. and May 31 at 6
table was a blue linen tablecloth member, was given a yellow rose p.m. at First Assembly of God in
with a white lace overlay. Spring corsage Starke at Hwy 16 and Weldon St.
flowers were also featured. I
Greeting guests at the door was Father Joseph Finlay, pastor, Revival Set
Marty Rhoden,who also directed the thanked members for their help in At Hampton BaptistA
wedding. the past and expressed hopes for the
future. revival is planned at Hampton
Phyllis Carmichael and Darlene Mr. .&.Mr*. RuArrt K.nib W The officers' table was centered Baptist Church beginning June 1
Gatlin cut and served the cake with with an arrangement of fresh roses. through June 5. It is set to start at
Vrunm OoinrwUnonall Institution.:
Teresa K. Hulsey keeping the Debbie Cooper On either side was a statue of the 7:30: p.m. nightly. The church is
bride's book.Serving 'lIe tu'ide i..trnyiwre+d aut'Smft1lll $40.JIIur..... eMU l*** near Blessed Mother and a bouquet of located on CR 18 West of Hampton.Rev. .
punch and assisting was Steer. The ,grown w reenpJogedl' at Memorial Day poppies. Dining John Robinson will speak.
tables were decorated with vases of
A Ben reacoerMonday
I Evangelist fresh flowers. Church of God

at 5:30: p.m. there will bea Of Prophecy Changes "
sports-golf clinic held in the Officers serving a second term of
fellowship hall for men only. Supper office are: Betty Dazinski, president Time of Meetings

lnrv Ford Dealer inFlorida will be served at 5:30 p.m. Ben ; Sophie Kimutis vice presi- Beginning June 7, 1987 Sunday services
Peacock has been a representativeof dent; Mary Gissy, treasurer and at the Church ol God ot' Prophecy .
Dolores Meng, secretary.Mrs. .
golf equipment manufacturers in
held 2:30
Inc. will be at : p.m.
Dazinski and Mrs. Kimutis
the past and will be giving Pastor W. T. Laney welcomes
demonstrations. All men are invited were in charge of arrangements for
to attend. this affair. everyone.
North



Club NewsUDC oM

Lucille Starnes presented the wor- :=-
Genealogical Program
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ship program and ritual. Jewelie'srr
Weeks
Chapter Presented to D.A.R. Brown, defense chairman, reported "Tg

'y : .. 'Has Picnic MeetingA Mrs. Gerden Russell, S<*. a on National Defense using material
program on the Flags of the Con- member of the Genealogical Society:: from an article written by Caspar W of
Weinberger, U.S. Secretary
federate States of America and a Registered Parliamentarianwho
LIMITED= OFFER! was Defense,titled "Defense Spending is
F250133"Heavy given by Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber has written two books on her .
Moral Issue" Can Democracies
a
at the picnic meeting of the W.T. family history was the speaker at defending
Weeks Chapter. U.D.C., on May 16. the May 21 meeting of the Col. survive? Are they capable of is"yes" -
themselves? The answer
8600 GVW Samuel Elbert Chapter which was
Duty The first flag adopted March 4, held at the Bradford Restaurant.She but only i if the vast differences
Bums Regular or Unleaded Flue> !!i 1861, had a blue corner with 7 white between the Democraticand
red and 1 white told of her experiences in Communist systems are
stars, 2 stripes
300 E.FJ. w/4 mammal! '
speed transmission
Engine
research with understood fully and understoodfrom
stripe. This flag is the one used by genealogical people
ach., sliding rear window, spore the UDC as their emblem. who had remembrances of battles a moral perspective.

=;; tire/wheel oux. fuel tank, handling pkg., con fought. She gave examples of activities -
== The second flag was adopted in the chapter might be activein Mrs. Taber asked the chapter for
'- vert. group. (5) LT235xl< (10 ply) tires, sport September 1861, followed by a third to give credit to the communityand suggestions to celebrate our 200th

wheel covers. low mount mirrors, stereo radio flag which was adopted May I, 1863. recognition of what the chapter celebration of the Constitution. A
A fourth flag was adopted March 4, means to others. You get as much trip is planned for the group to at-
0 w/clock power steering, power brakes. 1865 and this flag is now used by the from your membership in D.A.R. as tend a naturalization ceremony InJudge's
Sons of the Confederate Veterans. you put in it. There is a 10-year Office in Jacksonville, dateto

This is a Work Horse Unit! history of D.A.R. being compiledand the be announced later. ______
would to
Mrs. Weisgerber conducted the it bring recognition This luncheon meeting will be the
Economy & Load Carrying Capacity business meeting. Mrs. Christine local chapter if some member would last one until the fall in October
article to it.
Lawson, chaplain, gave the worship contribute an when the meeting will be held al the
Within 140O Ibs of a F35O Dualie! $ program on the theme "Be The'Regent, Mrs. David Taber, home of Mrs. David Taber in
1 0 495 Thankful". presided over the meeting. Chaplain Keystone Heights.

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I EngagementsBrown Special Arrivals &



JesserEngagement Brown Brewton ,

AnnouncedMr. Engagement Announced] 11ft ....uni, At a.. ureul granuniotner- is
) Michael Backus Nauman
and Mrs. Lamar Brown of Estella Clarke & Lawrence Greenof t!, Mrs. Ben Wilson of Albion, MI.
Thomas and Sheila Nauman of
"
Jacksonville announce the engage- Starke would like to announce the
Starke the birth of their
announce Garielle Simone Martin
ment of their daughter, Monica engagement and approaching mar
Jean,to William Peter Jesser son of riage of their daughter, Jesse L. son, Michael Backus, born May 16, George and Vicki Martin of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jesser of New Brown,to Joseph Brewton of Starke. 1987 at Orange Park weighing 8 Ibs., Lawtey announce the birth of their
Rochelle. NY.Brideelect The wedding is planned for June 6, 12 ozs. lie joins a brother,Ben,2 yrs. daughter, Garielle Simone, born

1987 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Pisgah AME old.Maternal April 26 in Alachua General
attended Trinity Bap- Church Starke. grandparents are Capt. Hospital.
tist College and is employed by The bride-elect in attended grade L.Jk & Mrs. James E. Williams of Paternal grandparents are Ina
Athens, GA. Great grandmother"is Martin and the late Martin of
Trinity Christian Academy. school in Starke, Jr. High in Gary
Mrs. of Macomb
Fiance is a graduate of Trinity Sarasota and finished at Holsey IL. Ralph Barclay Lawtey.Maternal.

Baptist College and will be serving Cobb Inst. in Cordele, GA. Paternal grandparents are Mr. & grandparents are Allen
in the youth Freeman, Sr. and the late Betty
ministry as pastor. The bridegroom attended school in
Mrs. John G. Nauman of Merritt
Reidsville, GA. All friends and miTJe Freeman of Covington, GA.
The wedding is planned for 3 p.m.
relatives invited to attend.
June 20, 1981 at Hambrick Memorial are

Chapel. Anderson Scanlan Thornton's Host Cook-Out

Engagement Announced New River Bapt. Assn. Open House Set

Mrs. Norval L. Anderson of San
Mateo, CA would like to announce Honoring NewlywedsA
L the engagement and approaching Dedication and Open House Ribbon-cutting ceremonies will

marriage of her daughter, Emily family cook-out was given in bridge over a fountain with two ceremonies will be held this Sundayat begin the afternoon at 2:30: p.m.,
It Margaret, to Joseph A. Scanlan Jr. honor of Shane Thornton, son of Mr. feathered doves in the center of the the new facilities of the New River with open house following from 3-5
Ms.Anderson is the daughter of Mrs. & Mrs. Jimmy Thornton of Starke Baptist Association located one mile p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Norval Anderson and the late NorvalL. and Thressa (Williams) Thornton, Greenery bridge overlooking with pink the I lowers fountain.and North of Starke on U.S. 301. The public is cordially invited.

Anderson. Mr. Scanlan is the son daughter of Mr. & Mrs Bobby Jones 'fresh fruit was placed on the table
of Mrs. Joseph A. Scanlan of Starke ol Brooker who were married April around the cakes and lountam. On
and the late Colonel Joseph A. 24. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD STARKE
each end of the table was a pink and
Scanlan.Mr. The cook-out was held at the home while epernette. The table was Hwy 16 & Weldon St. Starke CHURCH OF GOD
Scanlan attended Bradford
ol Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Thornton covered with white lace and
l: High School and is a graduate of the parents ol the groom.A cloth. a satin Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 422 N. St. Clair 964.5445

-, '\ University of Florida College of wedding cake baked and The cook-out was enjoyed by 51 Morning Worship 11 p.m. Walter F. Montz PastorWe
Business Administration and the
I decorated by the groom's mother members Evening Worship 6 p.m. with
family including Mrs. Invite you to worship us.
University of Florida School of Law. Mrs Marie Thornton was a three- Wed. Mld-Week Service 7:3O
Carol Lee Jones p.m.
mother of the
He is presently a partner in the law attended Nursery
It l tiered white cake with pink (lowers,
X 'r firm of Miller, Morton Caillat & lopped with u bride and groom.:1'1r1: hride, Mrs Gertie Jones and Mrs. Staff Nursery Available Sunday School . 10 am

..) Nevis in San Jose, CA. Ms. Andersonis a three-tiered all chocolate cake topped Vidale Smith grandmothers of the Rev Stephen R. Pippin Pastor Morning Worship . 11 am
her degree at San Jose bride and Mrs Beulah Thornton . 6
completing with fresh fruit The two cakes 964.6971 Evening Service pm
ir v grandmother of the groom . .
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'AMonica State University. were joined 1I>I'fht'r1''h nn arched Wfldneldaw! Youth 7:30: pm
p .. After the June 6, 1987 wedding in
Los Gatos, CA, the couple will -

Jean 0....... honeymoon in Puerta Vallarta Mex I -y. '. ..... t ) rft. "" V"ER'U'ff"Co[:: tt'A'YJI; *EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME Inabsolutely *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked
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'' ''' '' lake, large swimming pool large
will reside San Jose CA. ; '<
ico. They in 1
;I.I'I. ;[I'8. \I.' tlie best location 3 BR, 2 lot with sidewalk.
on paved street
=-- ,,, ..,,.II BA. over 1,600 It. living
1' '0 sq. area
,. Brick home with ov.r 2,200 sq ft. 3
"" double CH/A. 120' x 300'lot
garage.
BR, 2 BA large entertaining area
""i : OUTLAW .'' :,. > : : ; : ': .. city water 8 sewer 70500. other amenities
Tudy /" ";;': : .: i: ; Many
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Class of 1988 : -.r '" it.I; t 'rit!. 8"I";; ,,* 7Mt.j( I '' *REDUCED $5.OOO FOR QUICK SALE *IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Road
.
21st .' :( : : RAIFORD AREA Brick 3/2 on over 1 lovely 3 bedrrom 3 both separate din-
Thanks for the thoughtful gift. I ----J 964 g522srnarE Ihvf.. 4, 4Hi''MS.! ". 'tfiljy liil.i'lM. .. t
and had fun working with you this year FL, i.'..." ..... r !.";",.',:''..;.;,',.......".':". ";::,'' '1': 'i',,'t "t l. acre.1,800 This ft. Immaculate CH8A range home, has relrig.over. amenities.Ing room On double 5 acres garage with 38 bearing many

appreciate your thoughtfulness :. .t.Ke'l. !; .t. "r ,SuMmne-Klt' David &Penny Aderholt ""S6iii&3. Ij:! >(i '(;a'\\... ''' '' '. ',I1. ,!t l : many extras to mention Only $65.000. *OWNER WANTS ACTION I 1.6 acr.sON
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thN'fJ r..t..J333i.: .' .'. t..tIi. ;....U road through property. Owner fin. bath. AC ready to move Into 16000.
f.I !..III\I\ :3CJ : ,
.. 'i\\ .lt ;f.r..4i. Appraisers, *HISTORIC BEAUTY IN LAKE BUTLER 2 10 ACRES with doublewide. Exc.llent
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PUBLIC NOTICEThe L ",..!!!\ ,,, ..!i" ., :!y.u,.,' ll ..S.t" cellte" ;, t...',' : story 3/2 CH/A. craftsmanship condition.

North Central Florida Regional Planning Council ; ,, : i-cit: ( ;' "''n :"-i,!!rm," '""tntor'I4: .,:. I.,.., unavailable today. Must be seen. *5 BR, 3 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stocked
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1'h Ba. pond Ig wood deck A many extra.. On.
announces a public hearing to which all interested cr '''' approx. 1400 sq. ft., fenced yard, 4 bear ly 71900.
ing pecan trees.$39,000. *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from
persons are invited regarding the draft of the Com- THE HISTORICAL PRESENCE of FOR THE Country Club YOU PICK THE CARPET Brand new 2 6500. Some with owner financing

prehensive Regional Policy Plan required to be this stately 1885 home will Impressyou. over I1/ acres 3/2. All brick story 3 BR, 2 BA on Water 11 ACRES On SR 16 S Morgan Rd.
Including lovely lot with housing sunken living room fireplace, ceiling *7 ACRES with home S barn on 225 Seller motivated
prepared by Chapter 186 Florida Statutes.
for your motor home. Call for to floor windows- many extras near FSP. Has many potentials. A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR 1 BA Central
your private showing. 50000. Price REDUCED DRASTICALLY. Was REDUCED FROM $57.000 to$49.900 A USA on major| highway. Plenty of
DATE: June 3 1987 $84,900 Now 79900. frame 4/2 with CH/A on I acre. storage In basement Inovative financ
DEER RUN Immaculate living In this *LEASE W/OPTION 2 story CB In ing. Priced to sell $26,500.

TIME: 7:00 32 ft MH. Concrete pad. security lights *JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Mobile home, Starke. 4 BR. 2V, BA. COUNTRY LIVING in this almost new
p. m. stocked lake. Ideal for retired Only 3 BR, 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft on Hart 3/2 CB home on 2 ac, brick fireplace,
PLACE $15.500. *3 ACRES ON GRIFFIS LOOP with well Lake w/3 BR MH, CHSA. Close to In- skylight and many extras
: Long Gallery, Bldg. A. EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR over 1300 sq. ft. & leptic Owner will consider financing. terlachen. $30.000. HIGH t DRY Kingsley lake Village 3

Close to new Winn Dixie shopping. Only *WALDO Convenient everything; BR. 2 BA doublewide over I.600 sq ftCHSA .
Thomas Center 28000. *2400 SQ. FT. Spanking new
2/1 priced to sell above ground pool on a large lot
ON. HWY. 301 Apartment compl.x.full warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up beautifully landscaped. Immaculate.
306 N.E. 6th Ave. occupancy, call for details doors. Prlc.d to sell!
*COUNTRY LIVING 7 acres w/mh. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARKE, CHSA. I
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GAINESVILLE FL 12601
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courthouse In Starke, County Bradford, State of Florida, tax sale certificates will beHold 12 6S 21 COM AT SW COR UN1FCO 162-T7 PLAT AS OESC OR 633.64 OP N?IOF* TO POB SWIN CQNT N. '4ARRT'N, .OAKS

on the following described land to pay the amount due for the taxes herein net opposite OF SEC.6 400N 6W 23** SUM SAMPSON LAKE VILLAS *4K.l** TO S R/W SR 227,
TO POtit CONT N. 6.K )]0., IAOD L LEGAL SFF 009U- -02309
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the Hume, together with all coots of such sale and all advertising.
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Esther S. Hall, Tax Collector IAOO L L "5 4L SEE rAXKOLLI007OO OOIT30-000-6-00103 STAtveV CARLOUS t JOYCE
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Bradford County, Florida -OOOOO 4CCREOIE KARFN L C CAMELL OOOOl07600 FL 32991

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HWY THAT PORT OF LAND LYIN. N. 31 55 71 E 34.12A OF W FL 32091 00 3Z- -00236 OD20 '-000-6 $28.73 GRAHAM FL 32947

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ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI
1* 5S 22 LOT 22 WOODLAWN 01519- -09099 0167100301' LLOYD J M C PATRICIA 103 TO P05 CONT N 103. 106.76 E202.99 SIO.99

301117-000-0 *19.7 9011* -000-S .01.4S !'>*/, LAURA LANE 3111- -OU003, 4 11. S 100. E 141' TO I AID L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LL

01193- -00000 EASTON LIZIIE EST 10.00 AC MET PALE BEACH FL 3106II 003135000.261.14 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 07>41- -0008

00261-000-1 125.91 C/0 JOE EASTON JENKINS MILBERT I JFSSIE SS 22 LOT 16 N OF RO HAMILTON IRIS J C ODESSA 004468-000-6 (229.67

UILKFRSON WESLEY 0 1159 SPEARING ST PO BOX 117 EX E 3)5* C EX M 123 RT 1 13X HI 320- -30009 MILLIAMS SAMUEL L 4 ANNET
1204 NEVA STJACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE FLA LAMTEV FL 129* LAWTEV FL 12058 30097-000-9: (24.75
RT 2 KOX 1510
FL 3220 12206 2* *S 22 fEI/ OF NMIIF /* 014)7- -00603 1* *S 72 THAT PORT OF CASTLEN PATRICK W C LOUIS 12091
FL
14 5S 22 CON ON N LINE 21 SS 22 COM AT SW COR SMI/*. OFSC OR 106-119 90)411000(11.75 /* OF 1101'4 3F: NWIf. RT 2 BOX 809 STARKE IT 65 22 LOT 8 DF

3F ST RO 125 C W LINE OF OF BLK 18 C RUN N 100 FT MILIIAMS MF.LBA G OF RR EX LOT IN SM COR LAME HUTLER FL 3235 PLEASANT GROVE UNRECO S/O

SMOF SE1/ RUN E ON FOR A P09 THEN RUN E 89 1)161100100 RT 2 "OX 17* *0' S3 09 65 22 Ottt AT SW COR AS DISC OR 230-480
!'.!' FOR P08 N TIDE FT N174FT N50FT'! S174 90111009(127.65 CHINA GROVE NC 28023 IF El/2 OF SMI/ OF SEIRUN /*

CAOO L LEGAL SFC TAXROLLI IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 6.00 AC 31 52 22 C3N AT SE COR 91918OOOOO ." E ALONG SEC LINE 02253 -003 5OO70OOO1 '

JENKINS OLA MAE Sf M 296'.9.N 6Il'TI. 91)1761-000-1 (275.55 279FT NLY PARiMITM -..L.VO w'.r./!'
*' i
", 91196- -00100 012100009 PO BOX 2"3' TOrpOB CO'trN 17 5E 9.00 AC ADD .tSGAL SEE TAXROLLI.) TYSON BENNIEL E DELORES

D02.UODO.82.09 FL 3298 S E 26.49'. HEATH RAYMOND '
901119-000-2 .16.T8 LAMTEV 241.73', 122 02061- -00700 *01 N ST CLAIR ST
CADLE WALTER H 4 MARY A ROBERTS BENNY MARIE 25 SS 22 M 6A OF NMOF /* ,ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL TO, LANGSTON PL 12991IT
09107-000-8 (229.*! STARKE FL
p I o nox 135 ET ALIT NMl/ OF SEl/ TAMPA FL 1)619 OF
STAIRS FL 32991 I BOX 188REOOICK ?U*0- -JIOI:: )" 15 55 22 NEI/ OF SMI3F /* LITTLE 5.00 H AC CHESTER PLEASANT 65 22 GROVE LOT 15 UNRECD SID

1* 5S 22 COM NW COR OF FL 12686 91680099 OO 6-009-2 (268.91 NWI/ EX 1 A IN NE COR
ST AS DESC OR 218-22
219 N CHERRY
SEIOF SE1/ S 25'E 21 *1 22 COM SW tOil OF 00116-000-l (12.81 8.00 AC SUB STRAWBERRY ACRES STARKE FL 32091

25* FOR .OS, E 210. S LOT 21 C RUN E T21 N 1.16 AC ORB322P991 RHOOEN H CRT
10 61 22 CON AT SE COR
210.W 210N 210 TO POS 244' FOR P93 E 89'. N SMITH LEONARD SR 2 90X 1188STARKE 01940- -OOIOO 02251- -0018
SEC W 127.99 FOR POB.CONT ,
IADO L LEGAL SEE TAXI LLI )0' M 80' S 10* TO POS P 0 B3X: 281 FL 12091II 90180-OOO-5 (11.15 00T1-000-1 (66.11
LAMTEV FL 1208 *S 22 LOTS S.S9 EX MRIGHT MARVIN M & MARY HAT W 164.13 N 1127.19 ALLEN DELORIS
01223 00209 RO 16 I TO NLV BOY Sl/2 OF SEIIAD9 /* W BROMARD BLVD
THAT PORT OF 59 S 109
911- -00990, 25 *S 22 CON AT Sc COIOF 1 BOX 112
002706-000-0 105.91 OO11T1OOO(19.97 SE1/ OF SMI/ PUN H EXI.7SACIN NM COR OF LOT LAWTEV FL 12058 L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LL) APT 96

5.00 AC OAB0236P012'FUGATT ,NAILS DEBORAH' S 100' ,NtTI TO P0" CONTNI68 >* IN MOOOLAMN F-X PAR 03 65 22 COM AT NE COR FT LAUDERDALE FL 11112IT
ROBERT D SR E300 SI64* W1OO TO IA3D L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI OF NEI/ OF NE1/.S 02097- -00100 6S 22 LOT IB OF
PO BOX 103
POBOX 2T1LAMTEV 00151-000-7 (39.62 UNRECD S/O
PLEASANT GROVE
SEE TAXROLLI POPCONT S
LAMTEV FL 12048 IA90 L LeGAL TOFOR
12958U MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC
FL
23 *S 22 S LIZ OF N 115 !918O- -O060O 125T.92 T9 SE COR OF
1/2 OF LOT 51 IN 00162O-009-1 (136.8 6900 NM 8TH AVE 02251- -00512
FT OF LOT 12 IN LAWTEY E 01683 -00000 IAOD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
GAINESVILLE FL 32405
WOOOLAWN (721.33 RHODEN. WILLIAM CRT 0078-009-l (12.12
OF RY EX R/M 003)66-000-1 10.00 AC 2 BOX 1188 0194100000 10 6S 22 BEG AT INTER OF GIRBS BLANCHE

01211- -00000 '!JERRY HUBERT STARKE FL :32091 00182Q-OOO-1 (106.66 f. R/M HWY 20O C SLY BORV 1402 OLD LAMTEY RD

002T2-000-8 tl1.81 0157OOOOO (179.*lTOMPKINS 1122 PINE ST 11 9S 22 CON AT SE COR UNDERWOOD RESTAURANT LOT 4 OF RICHFIELOS FARMS STARKE FL 32091

KIRKLANO CHARLES 4 BARSAR OO1I77-OOO-O NELLIE STARKE FLA OF Ml/2 OF LOT 63 N ON SLINE C/0 R 4 M 8 LYONS S/D.ELY 587.N 411.Z5'W4IAOO IT 6S 22 LOTS 32 133 OF

RT 1 BOX 212 T. J" N MCKENZIE 32091 25*' N170.0* S8*. RT 2 OOX 460 L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI0209T PLEASANT GROVE S/D UNICD

CAIRO GA 11728 *O S01METT RO 25 SS 22 SMI/ OF NWtOF /* 4129.81 TO ERIN SR-16 STARKE FL 12091 AS ESC IN OR 215-192 E

16 5S 22 CON AT SE COR NEW BRITAIN CT O6953 SEI/4 EX R/M. 'ESC 3R ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 01 6S 22 COM AT SM CO -00101 OR 215-196 ,
FOR POBN431'W141.43' 10152-000-3 1024.09 I
LOT 28
OF TO ELYROUND 25 55 22 COM AT A PT IO -161 O18OOO7O9' OF SEI/ OF NMI/ RUM S MONTGOMERY VENTURES INC 0221- -on,)*

OF GR RD.tS WHERE SEC LINE BETWEEN 0166- -J0393 90162I-O9O- (28.75 890EG E ON S BDRV DIST OF OF 6900 NW 8TH AVE 134441-000-0 65.25
NK1/ A
/* OF
ADD L LEGAL SEE TAX QLL' 2t25 CROSSES CI' SLY RO> 901167-009-1 (206.61 4ROMM" ANNIE BELL SEE TAX'OLLt GAINESVILLE FL 32405 JAMES OOKOTHV
RUN S ALONG N SIDE 2OO FT 10.09 AC 'RT 2 BOX 1210 IAOO L LEGAL 10 65 22 KEG AT INT ELYIW 111 ESTFLLE ST

01231- -00100 IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIO1568 JENKINS CONSTANCE E SPARKS FL 32091 sues NORTHHOOO 301 4 SLY LINE Lor. STARK FL 32091

002T25000(56.77 PO aox *8* 11 SS 22 CON aT NM COR (01965 -00100 RICHFIELD FARMS E 110' NE 17 6S 22 LOT 33 3F

11.16 AC -O01O9 LAKTEY FL 12O5 LOT 5* S 166.25 TO FOB 90)860-000-1 (22.95 PAR TO 101 )00 M 110' PLEASANT GROVE UNRECO S/O

KIRKLANO CHARLES N ( BARS 001I92-OOO-O (22.8 2* 55 22 SEI/ 3F NMIOF /* CONT S 127, S67-E 1.00 AC ORB92S2P90 ( ADD L LFGAL SFE, TAXROLL AS DISC OR2S1-2T1

PO BOX 27 MACK MYRTLE SEI/ ? 1.9. N 216.75 MIAOD YOUNG ALBERT F JRIT SU9 HOLLY CIRCLE

CLIMAX CA 1171 'n BOX 321 L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LLIOl 2 NOX 5TISTARKE 02109- -00100 12ill- -00400

16 5S 22 LOTS 25.26.27,2 LAMTEY FL 12958 ,')169Z00100 FL 12091 00*lll000S401,03 30513-009-5 (,.).a.
26 5S 22 M '0' OF ILK ** 11)33140004203.1< *l- -00000 20.00 AC KN3ULES CHRISTINE
5 EX N 225 3P LOTS 0) 65 22 REG AT NM COR
26,27 2* C EX LAND E 3F t W 50* OF N 100 OF BLK *.** AC 90)610-009-8 (217.60 3F ORIT2-27 FOR POB S".E 9RANNON JFOME S 873 E BROMNLEE ST

GR RO OESC IN OR 9-9 46 IN LAMTEY E OF RR31ST6 OCNFAL MILLIE J I TYLER DAVID C RUTH EIT 199.51 TO WLY R/M SR29OSI6 JAMES E DEVANEY JR STARKE FL 12091

ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIO1258 -OOIOO U1JARA I P-OX 121LAMTEV -M 1..18. N'7.W 115 PARK STJACKSONVILLE 14 6S 22 COM AT SW COR
,
OO120S-OOO-7 (11.91 0 BOX 299 FL 1208 ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI FL )220S OF SE* OF NM* NLY
-00100 WILLIE NELL C ANTE FL 1294 12 *S 22 ALL LOT 25 THAT 11 6S 22 Ml/2 OF NMI/ 1080.41 ELV IS* TO E ./W

00 "'T4-000-3 t621.81 HOUSTON 25 SS 22 BEG AT INT OF S LI-S S Of- CO GR PO EX 9197500000 OF NEI/ OF CO GR R3 FOR POB CONT
GvFNnnLYN
5.00 AC PO BOX 20* LINE OF SMI/ Of SEI/ Ol 1.59 AC e OF GR RO AS nO)871OOO(1,07.78 A90 L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI:
THOMPSON ALMA J NMI/ I MLV R/M OF SR DISC OR 170-1* RP 6609 1'.111)0101
FLOI9A 0.00 AC
R7 1 BOX lIT LAMTEV 22S W *.*.1 *, N. 00178-000-9 (27.88 922T700)00
LAMTEY FL 12058 1208 IAOO L LFGAL SEF TAXR3LLI OI872- -901OI MILKER OONNIE 0 C JANICE AC ORB9226POS76 30S3-000-1( **8.21
4.91
26 *S 22 Nl/1 OF SIll OF 0067-000-Z (*9.60 RT 2 SOX 845
18 *S 22 SI/2 Of LOT 19 41 OF SESSIONS BOBBY L t OE33RA RISBV TIMOTHY
*6t SI/2 OF LOT STARKE FL 32391
C N 50* If LOT 30 EX R/M LOT 01695- -01) 03 2.0O AC 1210 N GRAND ST
E OF RR 04 6S 22 SMI/ OF NMI01977 /* p 0 BIX 10)
( ANTE OOllHO-O.OO-l (17*.li HAMILTON ERIE J 4 ODESS ART CUSSETA AL 36492 TARE FL 12391

01287- -00000 5.OO AC 1 BOX 451 It 6S 22 BEG AT SW C3R 18 622 BEG AT SM COR

002822-090-0 II9.69 0181- -OOOOO HEATH RAVM9Np C MILDRED LAMTEY FL 1208IS -OOIOO901876OOO2H El/2 OF SEI/ OF SMI/ E OF Nl/2 OF SElOF
77
(IT*. (87.72
001211-000-0 SS 22 BEG AT NE COR N61.S)10E 28.S 110
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N
CARTER RICHARD HACK MYRTLE M 1MILLIA4S 70* LANGSTON PLTAMPA BLK I PEETSVILLE SO S84W MORGAN L U III 4 GLENNA SRI 165.1 RM W 284 TO POS
2 BOX 700 CO GR HO W ON S
RT 1 "OX *98LAMTEV L9RENIO FL 11619 ON N BNOV 2.1)6'. S AID L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI -
t FL 1208IT POBOX 321 26 SS 22 El/2 OF NEIIf /* 573.18 TO NLV R/W SR STARKE FL 32091 022T800202
, LAMTEY FL 1208 SEE TAXROLLI 04 6S 22 COM AT SW COR 00518-000-5 (28.75
*S 22 BEG AT SE CO" : SEI/ OF NEl/ 'AID L LEGAL 02111 00101
26 *S 22 CON AT SF COR OF SE1/6.E TO ELY R/M CO 001T9-000-S (29.82 COHENS WILLIE LEE
S 18 N
Mt/2 LT 48
OF BLK *2
29.43 TO E RN CO TO GR SLY RON N 101 FT F3R PI)&. N *09 00140 -000-9 (971.., 0)6"00003'2,01 PO- .N 205.0T.E 52.S JIMMY L 4 LINDA STARKE FL 12091

MOD ON L E LEGAL RW 112.15 SFE TAXROLLI FT. N 272.22. 2 .00 FT, S HEATH RAYMONOP HAMILTON ERIE' J IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LL) 760 SE 11RO PL 14 6S 22 COM AT SE COR

IAOO L LEGAL SFE TAXR3LLI O BOX 196 RT 1110X 1783LAMTEV ALACHUA FL 12615 OF NE' IDS.'"* TO POS

01328- -OO100 (ANTE! FL 12358 FL 12OS8 01978- -00200 II 65 22 CON AT SE C3R CON .TS N 204.75

002900-OOO-2 86.7I 0159200000 26 SS 22 COM ON N SEC 35 SS 22 LOT INPEETSVILLE 001B80-000-1H (79.21 OF Ml/2 OF SEI/ OF SMIN /* E 208 S 208.75 TO

12.05 AC ORS0233P0368 001221-000-5 (162.38 LINE OF SEC 26 WHERE IT BEING 110 SO 4.00 AC 869.71 TO POe CONT N ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXA9LLI027.TB

STARLING OOYLE 1.81 AC CROSSES M SIDE OF ST RO COLEMAN NANCY CRT 438.1. TO S RM C3 GR RO N

926 NE 20TH AVE OEPO INVESTMENTS 200 FOR POS. SLY ALONG ROIAOO O1872- -00501 2 BOX 750 ( ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI -00600
326O9 1389 CASSAT AVE L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 0036810001'.11 STARKE FL 12991 0052000(161.91
FL
GAINESVILLE JACKSONVILLE FL 32201 DAVIS MAMIE 4 LUCILLE 04 65 22 1 LOT .66.7' SOIN 0212- -00000 6.6 AC

22 5S 22 CON AT INT N 23 SS 22 LOT 61 IN TOWN 91717- -OOIOO .T 1 BOX 129 THE SE COR OF SEI/ OF 0022-000-2 (,'4.6J HUDSON IRA L

LINE Cl/2 OF $SMI/ OF OF LAMTEY E Of RV OESC OR OO1610-000-9 (297.26 LAMTEV FL 32038 WI/4 EX 1-A IN SE COR CREWS JEANETTE HIT RR 2 SOX 126

T.E1/ 5 S RM SR 225 N 101-2)9 STARLING JANET C NATHAN M 33 55 22 BEG AT SW C3R 208.75 SO 1 BOX 21* STARKE FL 32091

102.O1 TO POS N 522.16 SUM OTTS OF E LAMTEY PO DRAWER PILAMTEV LOT S PEETSVILLE RUN N 01976- -00903 STARKE FL 12091 18 6S 22 COM AT SE COR

IADO L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LLI FL 32058 105* E 10*** S IDS* M 00118S000.128.53 15 6S 22 2 A IN SM COR OF SMI/ Of NEI/ N

SUB TOWN OF LAMA W Of R 01601- -00000 26 SS 22 THAT PART OFNMI 104' TO P0,. DISC ORIAOO 6.00 AC OF El/2 OF SMI/ OF NEI/ 619.21 TO FOB N 1T.6"*,

. 001211-000-0 (107.26 /* OF NEI/ WHICH LIES L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI CONNER EARL 0 4 VIOLETII SUNG 420 FT E 4 N BY 21OFT E 208.71*. S I7.6"*, W

i 0140400000 STRONG WILLIE J SR C PAUL W OF HWY 3")1. EX N *OO* 1501 816STARKE NIS ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI
001993000.211.1Z PO BOX 162 ALONG W .'W C EX ./N AND 0187201202
FL 32091
RALPH J C MARTHA C IAOO t LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 00169O-000-I "S." -00000
FUTCM LAMTEY FL 1205* 04 6S 22 Ml/2 OF THE 02153- 02278- -00809
CAIN ELLA EST
ELIIABETH TERRY LE 21 SS 22 N ** FT OF E 91 SEI/ OF THE SKI/ EX M 90258-000-3 T81.80 905-09O 26.99
CIO HOUSTONP
10 BURLIN6 WAYJACKSONVILLE FT OF< N 120 FT Of LOT 5 917800900 O CASSIE sox 183LAMTEV 208.73! 4 EX E 238.75 4EX NEWMAN RONNIE E SR BASS JAMES 4 DOLORES

BEACH FL 122 IN OTTS SID OF LAMTEV (0)9000.16.91 S 208.71 PO BOX 970 120 E LARRY ST
21 5S 22 LOT 10181.116 WILSON J G C OELIHIA K. W FL 12958IS STRIKE FL 32091 STARKE FL 12991
LAMTEV M Of RY P 0 BOX 37* SS 22 1. *09 FT Of LOT AT NW COR
IN 01605- -00000 019800009 IS 6S 22 COM 18 6S 22 PARC 208.75* 5 pIN
(ANTE! FL 12954 12 IN PEETSVILLE El RWEX NMI/ 4 RUN SMS.3
93121T000(1791 OF SMI/ OF SW COR OF SMI/ OF
-00100
0112-
901901-000-1 (122.66
001021-OOO-5 (163.7 KETTLES ARCHIE 2* SS 22 COM 2TFT E Of PORT E OF CO G* RO 40.00 AC TO S R/M OF CO SPiRO. NEI92278/*

SW COR OF SMI/. N 2TFT FOR POB.IAOO .
SOX 41LANTEY E *10.,
REDDISH RANDALL L ET AL 0189609100 WALKER CONNIE D 4 JANICE .
FOR POfl.NIV 19IFT* E SEE TAXROLLI
FUJ2058 L LEGAL -01209
POllOI( 776 0"030DO.11.IJ RT 2 BOX 689STARKE
280FT TO HWY 301 SLVIAOO
0058-000-0 ((111.5
STAIRS FL 12091 MCCUTCHE SAMNIE JR 4 TEL FLA
21 SS 22 BEG AT S LINEOf 21 SS 22 S 39 FT OF N L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI01TS RT 1 ItOXE 32091 0217000100 2.00 ACCOVINGTO

1/2 BLK 1 4 N R/M HWY 237 FT OF LOT 5 IN OTTS STARKE FL 1201IS 05 6S 22 SEI/ OF NEI/ 30292-000-7 ( 96.4 JOHNNY 4 ELIZAS
SID -00203 PORTER DAVID 4 NINH THE 1210 N GRAND ST
200 NU1.19 WLY PAR TO S
SS 22 CON AT THE
94137-090-2 (51.II ST
UNRECO SATICOV STAIRS FL 32091
SUB BENNETT 20836
LINE 200 SLY 11'.,.* E
BOAT Of R/M
INTER OF NLY
..* AC ORB0206POO2OttGS 91106
CANOGA PARK CA 18 65 22 COM AT SW COR
1 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI JOHN E ( NEMSONE EMRT OF SR200-H 4 fLY BORY 01IN 16 6S 22 COM AT NW COt OF SEI/ OF NE* N ON W

I BOX 1261 HWY 101 FOR FOB. Nil* OF SEI/ OF NMlOF LINE TO SE COR OP, OR

(ANTE? FL 1205 ADO L LECAL SEE TAXR3LLI NEI/ S 25* TO SLY R/M OF I81-1T FOR POBE 298.15

i 24 SS 22 E 20** OF S CO GR RO E 1042' TO FOB IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLltr

180 Of Ml/2 Of SMI/ IfNMI 'ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LLI

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AND L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LU3228Z ISO- 36S*.S 10.M s".w |*O* N72M SUB TEMPLES EX LOT IN SE CD* 100 N C S IT*.**' 70 N R/W ST ROIAOD POS RUN N 94.11FT Mir

IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR9LLI ADO L LEGAL SEE 7AXR3LLI1Z464 S ST 50* E t W02T28 L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI IADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLU

-09101 32602OOOOO Sup, PINEOALE SUB ALVARfZ A L ADO 'Q Jf

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396176-009-3 ..,....
1 BOX 91 FRAZIEK CARRIE EST RUTH ET AL 1 BOX 257-F DAVIS MELVIN C MAZY 30*'9'-00G-0 (978.56 ARTHUR"

STARKE' FL 1201 t BOBBIE A JOHNSON C/,. R MCINTOSH CAKLSSAO H* A8Z20Z2 1119 LAMA ST MHITEHEAO STEVE ALVAREZ.
29 N SAY ST
1* 6S 22 CON AT KM CO* 710 WILSON RO Z495 PAL.oaLE ST 6S 22 CON AT NE COR STARKE FLA RT 1 BOX 990 FL 12091
STARKE
SEC S 2OS3.33* E 11IO TO JACKSONVILLE FL 32210 JACKSONVILLE Fl 3Z20S OF SE./* OF NWIRUN SIN 1Z09IZZ STARKE FL 12091 82*
29 6S ZZ BLK 2 EX S
POll COST E 210. 1 210. 21 65 22 COM 182 FT 'S 21 6S 22 If./. OF BS OFIIlv E LINE 500 TO CENTER 65 ZZ CON AT NE COR 2(1 6S ZZ UNIT B AS DESC A ALVAREZ i
C EX N 72 IN L
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IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI9ZZB7 ..../. C RUN M 239 FT 'I 150 ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI SWI/ RUN\ M 188 FOR SEC N88E 10** N1M ADO

ISZ t Z19. S 182 73 POS. 'Z*6.- -00000 POB M 9.S. S 32.90. E ,,*.z,* TO NLY SNOT OF */WIAOO 03Z64- -00000

-40ZOO IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR1LLI OO93O-OOO-3 (19.9 02606- -00000 I ADO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLU L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLIOZ914 00&198000.161.."

9OS7OOOl (73.51 32359- -OOIOO SANDERS RUTH ET AL 00133-000-2 ( &.90 MANIME CHARLES E JR
3.ZO ACCOVINGTOM C/T R MCINTOSH MORRIS EVERETT C LEOLA 02732- -00000 -on OJ
0 '0-01)0-0 81I.B7 116 BROOKSOALE OR
CHARLES C C JOHNSON ALFHUNSTE* T 295 PALMOALE ST 313 E MARKET RD 00338-000-0 (6.98 00798-000-6 (578.96HH1TFHEAO WARNER ROBIN CA 31088

I 616 SASSANOVA CUT 7104 WILSON BLVD JACKSONVILLE FL 32ZOB STARKE FL non JACKSON FRANK III STEVE 2* 6S 22 1 LOT 52 1/2 FT

JACKSONVILLE FL 32204 JAX FLA 21 6S 22 COM AT SW COlt ZZ 6S ZZ N 2T5FT OF BLK 1517 MC CULLEN ST RT 1 BOX 990 N & S BV 105 FT E C M BNO

1* 6S 22 BEG AT NM COlt 32210 3F SE./* OF ILK 2 S OF Z S OF R Z E THAT LIES M STARKE FL 12991ZZ STARKE FL 12391 E BV UROAO ST N BY BEAVER

OF SEI/4 OF SMI/4 S 21 6S AGE I M RUN N 18* E 60*. OF GR RO EX THE N 110FT 6S ZZ COM AT NE COR 28 6S ZZ UNIT C AS OESC C S BY KAllOS. M BV
22 CON AT S' CO*
36.5 E 1201.19 N OF S.../. OF NM1/4 liLY 1 T2E 158 S 18* 60*> S IN TE1PLFS S/O EX R/W OF Sl/2 OF SWI/* OF NE1OF /* AS FOLLOWS CON AT SW. CO* IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXROLU

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C ANNIE BELL MILL BOX 614STARKE -00309 ( ADD L LCGAL SEE TAXROLLI 2190 M CANNON TE** *E 815 IDA ST

0229300101 RT t BOX 106 FL 32191 09177-000-6 (]*.01 WINTER HAVEN FL 3181 STARKE Fl 32091

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IAOO L LEGAL SEE TAXR3LII Zl 6S ZZ LOT 7 OF ILK 16 Z91.28 28 6S 22 LOT I OF ILK 15
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2* 6S 22 LOT 1 OF BLK CIt 0405500200 IADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI 444** S tOO* TO Poe =F C '=D)lOG OIP.SI: :I1'JIII' gI9 IMXTONk 30 TS 22 COM AT SE COlt

N J JONES ADO 99T039-000-OM 110.73 4 ADO L LEGAL SEE TAKH1U.L1O44TT .8 -1- OF SW1/4- OF NE1/ ,N

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Hampton HilitesBy I Among activities enjoyed were the on posters. Lee April Scoggins and Angela .King dressed as ladles of the evening

exhibits the Health Fair hot air. Meng;' .f-Wayne Crawford, Renee" ,and Mrs. Carol McCloud singing

Dolores Meng Cub Scouts. balloon exhibitions and Blue Angel Wednesday afternoon Principal LaBuen and Tracey McCullough; "Can't Say No".

Phone 468-1915 Mary Ann Kyle led all the students !S-Samantha Truman,Dena Radford Principal Mary Ann Kyle thanked

Mr. Pedro Aguinaldo served at. performance.boys also boarded in front of the school in chanting and Angela Tyler; 6-Chad Smith, all for participating. Mrs. Sallye
Tiger Scouts
Graduate.. Master of Ceremonies for the event. helicopters and airplanes for a "Just Say No"as they simultaneously Diana Searcy and Tina Buckallew; Scoggins had charge of decorationsfor

On Monday night, May 11, fifteen Scoutworld Bound... demonstration of the mechanics of released their balloons.Mrs.Alice 7-Mark Crawford, Dana Dunlap and the program.
Tiger Scouts from Pack 673 held a these aircraft. Faye Waters was among those Donna Dunlap.

Candlelight Graduation Ceremony Tiger and Cub Scouts from Troop They were accompanied by Troop assisting with the program. Mrs. Salute to the WestOn

at the Hampton City Hall. The 673 participated[ In a camping Leaders Lori Brooks and Hank Kyle. Sailye Scoggtns supervised art work May Birthdays...

Scouts, all dressed In orange shirts weekend at the Naval Air Station in Assisting in transportation and ar and decorations. Thursday night. May 14, Mrs. 1st -Dana Dunlap,Donna Dunlap;

were directed by Mrs. [ori Brnnh, Jacksonville on May 13-17. They rangements for the weekend were a McDonalds awarded hamburgers Carole Stevenson led the students 3rd Christopher VanSyckel, Jason

and assisted by Mrs. Myrtice Green. joined some 3,000 Boy Scouts from number of parents from the area. and drinks certificates to the following from all grades in presenting a Glenn and Denyse Edwards; 4th -

Next year they will be classified as Florida Districts In Tent City. Upcoming Events... Poster Contest winners: musical program emphasizing the Elisa Sierra Aviles; 6th Tammy
Western theme. An audience of
Peeples; 7th Melissa Taylor; 9th -
ElementaryLast Kindergarten-Christina Car-
Hampton parents and friends filled the
Jason Watson Billie Jo Mullis
Day of School June michari, Jason LoveD and Erik cafeteria decorated with ,
FOR A GREAT wagon Angela Stone and Tom Ellis: loth-
DAD. rHEGREAT' Scoggins K-1-Deanna Crawford.
Balloon Release Day Tanya Brown; and Robbie Searcy; wheel cactus,hay bales and murals Harold Mitchell, Jeannie Hodge and

Hampton Elementary par Grade 1-John McMillan Ted Curtis depicting western scenes. Children Allison Archey; 12th Patrick Shan-
AMERICAN were dressed in Jeans and plaids.
(
CHAINSAWPoulans / ticipated in the National Drug Melodi Lindsey and Kim Thornton; Mrs. Stevenson accompanied on non; 13th Frank Williams and
Awareness H-1S Z-Jason Deena Crawford; 14th Melissa
Program from May : McCuUongh. Denyse Edwards -
the each class
by studying and film strips in Shaun Muse and Lisa McCjejjan piano singing the Byrd, Roger Green and O.K. Fuqua;
of the West.
numbers
Model 3000 songs Special 15th Jose Aviles and Car-
classrooms well Stephanie
0 as as putting ideas ; 3-Charteg Crawford._Kriaty
were done by lot grader John
II din; 17th Carla Guida and Brandy
McMillan with guitar singing "Love Hall Shannon Smith 19th
; ; -
Pinehurst Variety Store Me Tender" and by the StH grade Jason Blrk; 20th Regina Padgettand

,,, trio Elisa Sierra Aviles, Dena Radfordand Chris Brown; 21st Jennifer

Kim Smith,doing a tap dan- Glen 23rd Friese
S25999 ; Sandy Cheryl
v' cing and clogging routine. Meng, Cecil Stanley and Vivian Pat
< The
concluded with the
evening
,, FABRICSHOP terson; 24th William Price; 25th -
a teaching staff presenting a "Buttonsand Grady Gosnell; 28th Donna

Bows" number. This included Parado; 29th Carrie Manning[ and

Model 3000 Mrs. Jean Clark as Kitty in Christy Manning; 21st Mike Cole,

Gunsmoke, Steve Acree and BW Laura and Teresa
Willoughby Meng.
with 16" bar Solid State Ignition ... -. .. .,,'- ,- -, .. -' ,- "

3.0cu. in. Engine ..- "

Full 1-year warranty We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call


CounterVibe vibration system*ant- Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH


from 9 a.m. until I 1 1:30 p.m. to better serve our


SpeciahWeaver Stripe Fabric 1.49 y:; customers.


Quilting 964-5587 Gainesville Hearing Aid Center


Supplies Bradford Buttons ft Later 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville376OO95

Pillow Tops Serving Patterns ft

Available at: Swim Suit County & Baby Lock Sergei

Florida Pest Control surrounding+ ....* ft Sewing Machines
Fabric
539 East Call Street sine 1972- We service all make and models of hearing aids.

Starke 964-5745 Also have batteries available. Home testing by appointment -

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Starke Jr. Stars Place SecondFinishing I



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second in the 1987 from Sean Jones. Hitting leaders In the bottom of the sixth the

Sunbelt Classic in Moultrie. Ga., the were Jamie Whitehead Devin Rangers found their bats and blew a

Starke Junior Stars had a successful Jackson: Dwayne Allen, Daryl 6tie wide open with nine hits for 11

weekend, says Coach Les Boone. Gnann and Jeff Carver all l-for-2. runs and the first place trophy. The '
The Tifton Rangers came out of Devin Jackson's hit was a well- Stars scored six runs on seven hits. 9 t M 9'

the losers' bracket to take the championship placed shot to the opposite. field for a Clarence Williams led the Jr. l -,

away from the Starke team triple. Stars In batting for the tournamentwith rail v

104 and 17-6. The Junior Stars dropped a hard- a .454 average. Devin Jacksonhit

The Junior Stars boys 13-13, open- fought 10-8 game to the Tiftnn .444, Dwayne Allen .400 Mike L. ,

ed the six team slow pitch Softball Rangers when the Rangers scored Ripplinger .400 Scott Duncan .400, ,
tournament by defeating Moultrie two runs in the top of the seventh to and Dwight Allen .363. '

S.W. Recreation Department team break an 8-8 tie. The Junior Stars Coach Boone said the performance
:
6-l. Donnie Francis pitched a strong opened with a strong 7 hit, S run first was very good for the Jr. .

six hitter supported by a solid inning including a 2-RBI triple by Stars: first tournament."If A

defense. An 11 hit attack was led by Donnie Francis and a two run home .

Clarence Williams 2-for-3 and Eric run by Dwayne Allen. Hitting wecan get our bats going in the ?\

Traugott. l-for3 with 2 RBI's. leaders for the Jr. Stars were Devin late innings like they are in the open-' ; ;

The Junior Stars advanced to the Jackson 2-for-4; Clarence Williams, ing innings, we will be a constant ;

championship game with a 7-0 2-for-3, and Dwayne Allen 2-for-3. contender said Coach Boone, whoexpressed w7 _.
... ,
shutout of the Tifton Rangers the Once again a tight Jr. Stars defense appreciation for the -- -- -

eventual champions. The Starke kept the game close. team's fan and parent support "It Starke Junior Stars...
team Rot Rood first time pitching The final game for the champion- has been a big boost and ap
shin Rpe-ftawerl through 5V4 innings. preciated." With the trophy they won In a Moultrle Ga. tournament Daryl Gnann Mike Ripplinger Mike Traugott. Devin

members of the Starke Jr. Stars low-pllch soft- Jackson. Andy Goodowns. The coaches l-r standing,

ball team are "-r): are Mike Traugott. James Allen and Leg Boone. Not

I Legal NoticesNOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE First row- Chris Noegel. Clarence Williams Dwayne present for photo: Jamie Bowen Scott Duncan Donnie
The Bradford County School Board of Allen Dwight Allen Kevin Boone, Jamie Whitehead. Francis Sean Jones.

Storke, Florida will hold a Public HearIng Second row standing- Kelly llolton. Chad Welch.Richard .
The public hearing to receive citizen the Administrative .
OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR on following proposed
views concerning the community's housIng Rules and Policies This
CLOSING AND ABANDONMENT OF A
commercial' and economic development will be held In the School
PORTION OF A PLATTED BUT UNUSED public hearing
STREET OVER AND ACROSS LOTS TWO needs will be held at the City Hall Board Room of the School Administrative Gaines Wins in Playoff

AND THREE IN SECTION 21. TOWNSHIPFIVE on June 2, 1987, at 7:30: p.m. To obtain Offices, 582 North Temple ,

SOUTH RANGE TWENTY-TWO additional Information concerning the Avenue, Stork., Florida on June 15, I
contact Linda at the
public hearing Day
EAST. OF WOODLAWN SUBDIVISION. 1987 at 7:00: p.m.
Grant Office located at 108 E. Call
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA AS PER 1. Proposed Job Descriptions for
MAP OR PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK Street Starke, ((904)) 9648902. Director of Purchasing Warehouse S Third Straight VictoryRichard
5/28
ONE PAGE SEVENTEEN.. Itchg Distribution; and for Director of Personnel

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO S Employee Relations Board Rule

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: REGISTER 6Gx4-3.45. Gaines sunk a threefootpar playoff and Gaines rimmed out alive
You will take notic. that In accordance FICTITIOUS NAME 2. Graduation Options for Exceptional) r
putt on the filth hole of a sudden foot tournament-winning putt.
with th* provident of Section Pursuant Students, to become a port of the Pupil
to Section 865.09 of Florida
On the
death to defend 194-yard No. S hole Gaines
play-otf successfully
336.10, Florida statut.., a public hearingwill Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Progression Plan, Rule 6Gx4-5.06.
be held by the County Commissionof undersigned. Dock Seay, doing business Copies of these proposed board rules the Memorial Day Invitational Golf sunk the three-toot par putt that won
Tournament at the Lake Coun- the tournament. slid his
City Clayton
Bradford be obtained the
County. Florida In th.Coun- under the firm name of lament Computer may at Superintendent'sOffices
Courthouse North Av.nu. between 8 00 a.m. and 4:30 try CInh three-footer to the left of the hole fora
ty on T.mpl. Tune Used Cars, with mailing address :
on Tuesday June 16. 1987 at 7:30: p.m., and place of business at P.O. Box p.m., Monday through Friday. bogey."I .
on the Petitlonof DEBORAH J. BRAM- This Is In compliance with the Florida
160. Springs, no., intenasto .
MER by and on behalf of herself and Worthington Statutes, Chapter 120." as enacted by It is the third straight area cham-
said fictitious at the office

WILLIAM E. BRAMMER freeholders register name the 1974 Florida played pretty consistently, but I
; pionship for Gaines, who in the past
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Legislature.Jim "
which petition was spread upon the Union County Union County Florida onrec.lpt Duncan o Jour weeks has won the Strawberry really struggled with my putting
minutes of a meeting of the City Commission of proof of publication of this Sup.rlnt.nd.nlBradlord Invitational title in Starke and the Gaines said. The greens were in fine
held on 19 May 1987 requesting notice. County Schools Quail Heights Country Club Invitational shape but the grass was long and
that said Commission close and abandon 5/213tchg 6/4 In Lake City the made the greens slow he said.
Undersigned further affirms that the 4Tt previous
that of the unused
plotted street
portion
object of this business is to deal in all weekend. Gaines now has two wins
\ hereinafter described and renounce lawful business, and the undersigned NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO of the Strawberry Invitational and
and disclaim of Bradford County 130 golfers participated in the 30th
any right REGISTER
the sole of said business. the Memorial Day Classic at Lake
owners
Florida, and the public In and to the are FICTITIOUS NAME renewal of Lake City's oldest and
Dated at lake Butler Florida this 6th City Countrv Clnn
land lying within said portion of said Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida most oresticious golfing event.
of A.D.. 1987.
.tr.., sold plotted street being described day May 5/281tpd 6/18 Statutes, notice is hereby given that the
o. follows: undersigned Bell
Harry W. 3500 University
OVER AND ACROSS A PARCEL of land Blvd North 217, Jacksonville, Fla. Gaines, Ron Clayton of Sarasota, David Tew, Bradford High wrestl-
containing 5.0 acres and lying In the NW INVITATION TO BID 32211, sole owner doing business under and Wally Mizeli of Jacksonvilleeach ing coach and instructor was the only .

1/4 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 (lot 2)) and portly The City of Starke Community the firm name of Blowln In Th. Wind P. ended the 36-hole regulation other Starke entrant in the LC

In the NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 (Lot Development Office will accept bids for O. Box 86 Storke Flo. 32091, intends to Gaines3rd play deadlocked at 148, four-over- event. Tew placed third in the 7-9

3)) of Section 21, Township 5 South, the rehabilitation: of a dwelling unit as register sold fictitious name under the Golf Win par. On the second hole of the playoff handicap Second Flight, shooting
Rang. 22, East Bradford County follows: aforesaid statute. Straight Mizeli bogeyed to fall out of the 78-78-154
DATE OF BID: June 8, 1987
Florida: said lots being portions of Dated this 12th of
day May A.D.,
PLACE OF BID: Grant office 108 E. Call
WOODLAWN as per plot recorded In 1987, In Bradford County
Plat Book 1. 17, of the Public Street Starke.
page
Records of Bradford Florida TIME OF BID: 10:00 a.m. 5/144'pd614
County ; BBS Battle in LB I
sold parcel being more particularly Starke.LOCATION OF BID: 732 Keller Street, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Hurting Expects

described. a. follow.: REGISTER
OWNER OF UNIT L. A. Williams
:
COMMENCE AT THE NE CORNER of FICTITIOUS NAME
said Lot 3 and run North B925'33" West CONTRACTORS WALKTHROUGHTIME Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida With six starters sidelined Coach linebackers: ; Rodney Mosley rover The varsity coverage broke down .
along the Northerly boundary thereof, : 10:00: a.m. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the David Hurse expects tough going in back; Darrin Patterson: and Lance when a switch to man-to-man was '

,I I 191.38 feet to on Iron pipe on the Easterly CONTRACTORS WALKTHROUGHDATE undersigned. Carlo L. Hawthorne and the Spring football jamboree set at 8 Wiggins, cornerbacks; Pedro made. And Diggs just got in back of

H boundary of the Right-of-Way of a : June 1. 1987.CONTRACTORS. Burl L. Rowland P. O. Box 296. Starke, p.m. tomorrow night (Friday May Carter free safety. the defense.

I County Graded Rood; th.nc. South WALK-THROUGH Fla. 32091 joint owners doing business 29)) at Union High School in Lake Otfense- Terry Whitehead center; Varsity QB John Berry was
030X West along said Easterly boundary LOCATION: At the |lob site. under the firm name of Carlo's Sandwich Butler. Eric Nazworth and Chris Durban caught in the backfield for a safetyto
the work be
A of
208.71 feet to an iron pipe for Pointof obtained copy from the Grant write-up Office at can 108 E. Shoppe, P. O. Box 296, Starfce, Fla. Interlachen High plays Keystone guards; Andy Tison and Dane Clark, complete the 22-0 shutout. The

Beginning. From Point of Beginningthus Call Street along with a of the Standard 32091, Intends to register sold fictitiousname High in the first period. Bradford tackles; Cam Ward split end; varsity was backed up to its goal on

.. described continue South 0'30'05" Performance Specifications.copy Grant under the aforesaid statute. High plans Interlachen in the second Lance Wiggins, pro man; John a booming punt by David Hamilton."It .

I West along said Easterly boundary Office hours are B a.m. 12 noon and 1 Dated this 14th day of May 1987 in period. Keystone High plays Union Berry, quarterback; Randall Polk was a physical game for us,"

404.70 feet to an iron pipe on the Nor. p.m. 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Bradford County High in the third period. Union High lillback; Greg Pittman, tailback. says Coach Hurse. "We just could

th.rly edge of a Private Graded Rood Bids must bo submitted In a sealed 5/14 nod 6/4 plays Bradford High in the fourth not cope with the seniors with all of
(bock rl ditch); thence South 86'3091"East < Seniors Win 220... "
envelope.In period. Each team plays two our injuries.
along said edge of NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
North.rly order to be eligible to bid the Con. quarters. The first team listed kicks The Seniors were just too tough Freshman safety and fullback
Private Rood 521.79 feet to on Iron pipe; WHEREAS .a Petition not been filed, bya
tractor must meet the Contractor Standards Pedro Carter of the injured
beating the green Tornado varsity is only one
thence North OfXfOi" East, parallel with qualified land owner to vacate a porhoi. > off.Both
aforesaid Easterly boundary. 431.26 feet set forth by the City of Starke for of tarot plat hereinafter described; Union High and Keystone 22-0 last Friday night in the annualJr. expected to see action in the

to on Iron pipe; thence North 89'25'33" licensing purposes and must hold cur and High are expected to be big and .- Sr. game on Bradford Field. jamboree and Carter is ques-

West, parallel with aforesaid Northerly rent City Contractor' license. WHEREAS the public has an interestin tough. KHS also has a good passing The seniors blocked two punts tionable.

boundary, 521.08 feet to the Point of For further Information contact said matter, game Interlachen is in a rebuildingyear. deep in varsity territory and returned Not expected to see action are
Charles Jackson or Jim Dasher
Beginning. A public hearing shall be held on the the football for touchdowns both wideout Shaun Diggs starting

Interested parties may appear and 9648902. 5/28 leth day of June, 1987 in order to allow BHS is inexperienced, with 16 times. Big Ron Brown, college center Mike Stillwell guard Allen
Itchg
be heard at the time and place abov. members of the public to voice objections seniors graduated from a 2-8 squad. bound blocked the second and ran it Wood, back Leon Jackson; fullback

specified. to the closing and abandonment of This BHS team is stronger and Clint Reed or defensive end Jimmy

DATED this 19 day of May A.D.. 1987. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the following described property: faster than last year's but is very in.The seniors also scored on a QB Long who has a hernia.

COUNTY COMMISSIONOF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF A parcel of land lying in J.M. John green, says Coach Hurse. By mid- Johnny Clark pass to 6-6 receiverPat Coaches Hurse and Mike Sexton

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA IN AND FOR Subdivision In the City of Starke as p.r season this fall Coach Hurse hopesthe Diggs, at least two steps quicker both said they thought the varsity's
FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTY plat recorded In Plat Book 1. Page 12 of inexperienced team will have after playing basketball this winter. 4-4 defense played well.
!' Gilbert S. Brown the records of Bradford
Case No. 87-178 public County rounded into a cohesive unit.
i Clerk CIVIL ACTIONIN Florida; said parcel being more particularly Starting for the Tornadoes in the Pro

{I'I 5/l12tchg 5/28 RE: The Marriage of described as followsThat jamboree will be: Wrestling set I.
I part of a 30 foot platted street being .
I DONALD R. COOPER JR., DefenseEd Douglas and Mike
Husband, bound on the South by the Northerly Elder defensive ends Eric Naz- Protessional wrestling comes to
r" ; Ron Simmons: as the matches begin
NOTICE OF INTENTION boundary of the right of way of Powell
and worth, strong linebacker; Malachi Bradford County with matches at 8 p.m.Ticket.
REGISTER
TO Street on the North by the Soulh.rlyboundary
ALL YSON JEAN COOPER, ; Jenkins and Bill Hamilton inside scheduled for June 9 at the
Tuesday
,I FICTITIOUS NAME of the right of way of Wilson prices are set at $4, $8 and
;I. Pursuant to Section M5.0. Florida Wife. OF SUIT Road; on the East by Block 1 of said J.M. Bradford High School Auditorium.The $10 and are available at the BHS
NOTICE
Statutes, notice' I. hereby given that the NO PROPERTYTO Johns Subdivision and on the West by night will be highlighted by a front offIce, Sears in Starke Stumps
; undersigned, Sidney Hall. Rt. 1 Box 41 S. address Blocks 21 3 of said J.M. Johns Subdivi Florida Title match between well- Department Store and SawyerSladeGas
ALLYSON JEAN COOPER
I Lake Butler. ,.. 32054. sole own.... doIng unknown: sion. Said parcel being a portion of Pat known competitors Dory Funk Jr. Co.There.
T butiness under the firm name of Ray Street. and Mike Rotundo.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
Sidney Hall Auto Sol... Rt. 1 Box 413-B for dissolution of marriage has been Said hearing! to commence at 7:00 Also in the ring will be former will be a total of seven mat

I I lake tuner Fla. 32054 Intends to filed against' you and you are required to p.m. on the 16lh day of Jun.. 1987 In the Florida State Seminole linebacker ches during the evening.RENOVATIONS ..

I I register said fictitious name under the serve a copy of your written defenses if Commission Room of the City Hall. "

I' aforesaid statute. any to It. on the plaintiff's attorney S1laths ,
Dated this 26 day of May A.D.1U1 In whose name end address is DUDLEY P. ,

I j Bradford County. HARDY. P.A.. P. O. Drawer 1030, -- Dc' Dntbx
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NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn
I I S2S4tpd1S Starke, Florida 32091, ((904)) 964-5701 and
5/19/87. BURGER KING 433 S.
I file the original with the clerk of the
Temple Avenue Starke, Fl 32091 mode
above styled court on or before June 26,
1987 otherwise a judgement be application for water use permit
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE1st ; may 2-87-00048 for /
I on average daily
entered for the relief
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE against you
withdrawal of 0.0012 million '
gallon per ..
demanded in the complaint or petition.
The of Starke. Is
City Florida considering
from
day located
WITNESS hand and the seal of sold ground water in Section aarnN uS.t, duJd tm.a excy.r.alp.a
to the Florida
applying Depart- my CUSTOM HOMES
I 28, Township 06 South Range 22
mat of Community Affair (DCA) for a Court on May 19
Small Cities Community Development 1987.GILBERT S. BROWN East Bradford Irrigation.County, Florida for landscape HOW OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY

Block Grant. (CORGI) of up to$575.000.00. A.Clark of said Court Written objections WORKS FOR YOU...
or comment on WHEN A NEW ADDITION.
These. funds must be used for one of the By Martha Johns ..
As Clerk5284tchge18 this application may be filed with the Over the years we've found our Bridal
I following purpose: Deputy Board of the Service be of the
Governing Suwannee River Registry to one t meat appreciated '
1. To benefit low and moderate In- Water Management District, Route 3, of all services that we offer to our MEANS A NEWADDITION. '., 4

To- Box 64. live Oak, FL 32060 until customer. It makes It ...., for you to select r
2. prevention or elimination IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
6/15/87. ....
the perfect wedding or shower gift because
of shims or blights; or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
Itchg 5/28 know 11'0 what Ihe ,
I 3. To meet other community development FLORIDA IN AND FOR you exactly prospective Call 375.3324
bride Is looking for.
need BRADFORD COUNTY ,
having a particular urgency NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ir
I because existing conditions pose a Case No. 87-182 REGISTER or 495-2828 :
serious and immediate threat to the CIVIL ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME The engaged couple register their

health or welfare of the community endwhere OLIE J. GOAD. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida preference In china, crystal flatware and
other financial Husbandand giflware. We record "this and update the list
resources or. not
r Statute, notice I.i hereby given that the
,I available to meet such needs. undersigned Donna Reddish, Route 4, os gift are purchased, to avoid duplication.. Construction

The category of activities for which CHRISTINE D. CREIGHTON GOAD Box 319, Ita.... Fla. 32091, sole owner, by .
these fund may be used or. In the Wife. doing business under the firm name of Visit us the next lime you're shopping forwedding .

areas of economic development or commercial NOTICE OF SUIT KOUNTRYSIDI KENNELS Route 1. Box or shower gifts. We'll help you MICHAELLEWIS

t: revitalization and Include such NO PROPERTYTO 319.. Ita..., Fl... 32091 intends to select !the gift the bride really wants.. We'll
physical Improvement actrvites a*direct : OLIE J. GOAD address unknown register sold fictitious name under the gin-wrap' H; we'll ship. B. And Ihe service Is
assistance to business (for land acquisition ,. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action aforesaid statute. free!

f building construction or renovation for dissolution of marriage has been Dated this 22nd day of May, .A.D., inc. -
capital equipment etc), flied against you and you are required to 1987 In Bradford County. Coupfoa.tv hi our regtotryt Horn Repairs of All Kinds
clearance water and sewer Improvement of written defenses. .
serve a copy your
I 5/284tpd 6/18 \ "WORTHY OF YOUR TRUST/ .'
*, street Improvements, any to H. on the plaintiff attorney
drainage and neighborhood facilities. whose name and address is DUDLEY P. Mary Strong and Raymond Bnewlngton 1

Additional Information regarding the HARDY. P.A., P. O. Drawer 1030. Carole Hardin and Alan Montgomery r'
range of activities/ that may be under- Starke. Florida 32091. ((904)) 964-5701 and Margaret Smith and Brian Johns FREE ESTIMATES PROMPT RESPONSE

token will be provided at the public file the original with the clerk of the Bridget Skeen and Robert Urde hill DRAWING BOARD TO CLEANUP

hearing. above styled court on or before June 26. Melissa Wlnkler and Steve Stringer

., For each activity that .to proposed at 1987; otherwise a )lodgement may be Lotoria Heirlng and Darryl Hale .AEFEAENCE NSUAE DED

least 51 pet. of the fund must benefit entered against you for the .relief Betsy Bloodgood and Mark Mitchell

low and moderate Income person. demanded in the complaint petition. Rochelle Heermon and Terry Carver =:.

In developing an application for submission WITNESS my hand and the seal I of said Stale Certified _

to DCA. the City of Stork. Court en May 22. 1987. Leila'aDress lulll General Cent
factor
Florida must. plan to minimize displacement GILBERT BROWNA.
of person as a result of planned .Clerk of Mid Court & Gift Shop -
,t CDBG acnvitle. .. In addition, the City of By Martha S. John 13 Ranch Rd. Archer F1a. = as

1 S........ Florida, I I. required develop A* Deputy CI.rkS2Utchg618 OD R3 Man. te,. 9i30-SO ek.e

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Mark Frledlln throughout the state of Florida that lI1LJLH1 'i; ;!
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Study in school, can teach you of what they might like to do in their 'tI. 11m I
many things, but how does it feel to future. : '_..
take on the real jobs that make up It gives: students a chance to get a I : : ;
the modern workforce, to actuallyget first hand feel of the job, how they "
the "hands-on" experience it need to prepare for it, and most importantly iijJ"
takes to make the crtical choice of even if they would like to
what profession to pursue? continue the job or move on to ,
Elementary School Students In another field. :,, .: rfr
Bradford county now get that kind of All of these things are 1 _
first-hand: experience! in unique! program demonstrated in friendly but highly ::
called"Career Day"In whicWistudents informative presentations by the
can experience the requirements visitors, who volunteer their .4'i 1i
and rewards, of many valubable time to help the students i
professional jobs firsthand in visitsto make the most important choice
their classrooms by local profes- they will face in life.
sionals. Over 20 area business people gave
The Career Day Program is a recent presentations at Lawtey Elemmen-
development in many counties tary two weeks ago, where the pictures -
accompanying this artical
were taken. '
The younger students in the early
grades get a chance to see for 'i
themselves what these professionals"do"
rather than just hearing aboutit ;
on television or out of a book.That
make a quite a difference to their
perception," according to Lawtey
Elementary Buddy Paterson.
1"The students look forward to this
day each as much as any eventwe
have year on our yearly calendar," '__ n_ __'__ _____
Patterson said. "It was very helpfulto
them,but it was also challenging.
The Career Day Program really
adds a dimension to learning that Career Day...
was unavailable before. I hope it will To Take To
continue to be available to students An eager group of elementary Something
school students surround ParamedicBurl ,
every year.
Students studied the medical profession Traylor as he explains the i
taxidermy, the requirements technical aspects of his life-saving
of a beautician (a profession. The Beach
favorite with the young ladies), did Traylor and the rescue vehicle
aerobics routines along with a professional were just one of the attractions at
instructor from the Starke the annual Career Day, which takes
city recreations department, learn- places In county schools each year to
ed cooking and baking,and a varietyof give students a "hands on" ex- With You
other professions that affect their perience with the different professions -
daily lives. that make up the working
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Bradford County Librarian Arnold Weeks gave the program for high school students called "Career '
student at Lawtey Elementary afun-tIBeddemonsira- Shadowing Day" was Initiated last year by Bradford 964-6946 .
lion of the thing he does In his lob, which saves so High School,the Starke Branch of Santa Ft Community -
many people of all ages each week. College and the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce "
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Local:man a real hero after saving elderly couple from fear '" '

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A local truckdrlver's quick thinking Mr.and Mrs.Nicholas Lech of Ontario shield and managed to mease the Jean"i Lech wrote that the accident jeopardize-their safety for others, receive a plaque and a $5,000 U.S.
and concern helped turn an were traveling in a pick-up safety brit*. He 0* Mr. and Mrs. "was a misfortune but indeed we but you did exactly that." Savings Bond.In .
automobile accident into a narrowly truck with a trailer hooked to it whena Lech out of the vehicle safely were very fortunate to have a great The Lechs wrote that they believe addition the four finalists will
averted tragedy and as a result,has tire blew out and caused them to IhrouKbJ person like Mr.Cadle around when it Cadle should receive the commendation receive a free trip'for two to the
been nominated for Goodyear's an- lose control of-the vehicle. The CadJeil::'stopped a gasoline leak happened.- for his "heroic deed' which is Daytona 500 where the awards will
nual "Highway Hero"award. pickup and trailer left the road and in the truck that threatened to set "I was both comforted and proud indeed an honor "that he richly be presented. The trips include
Walter H. Cadle, a Lawtey resi- ran into a ditch where it turned up- the vehicle afire and .inosmected to have met Mr.Cadle and to know deserved.We are more than gratefuland round trip air fare, three days lodg-
dent who drives for Pritchett Trucking side.down. and removed propane. gas cylinderthat that people tike him exist in ourcountry. very pleased to have met you, ing in Daytona, two meals per day
I Inc. of Lake Butler, has been was attached..the trader.He = ." she continued. "Your even under the circumstances," and tickets to the race.
nominated for the prestigious Mr. and Mrs. Lech were strappedin took the cylinder into the woods a should be wrote the Lechs. Each state finalist will receive a
J Highway Hero Automotive Award, given by the with safety belts, and in the safe distance from the scene of the company have a man tike Mr.very Cadle working -The finalists in the Florida portionof $100 U.S. Savings Bond. All
1. Goodyear Supply Com- upside-down position were unaW- accident.Pntcbett+ for theme a man with such good the"Highway Hero"national con- nominees will receive a bronze
pany. release the catch. Both doors were Trucking Safety Director qualities test will be announced on Nov.1 and medallion key chain. Winners are
Cadle was driving a Pritchett also jammed and would not open. John K.Coat wrote to the Logs The Lechs also wrote an additional the national finalists will be an- selected by a panel of industry
truck on I-9S in Nassau County on Cadle saw the accident and stoppedto recently in order to don le check the thank you directly to Cadle. They nounced on Dec. 1. The Grand Na- leaders and Journalists. Only full-
April 13 of this year. He was travel- help. details of the accident. The Leeta said "Your family and you shouldbe tional award includes a plaque and a time drivers who operate tractor- I
ing north when he encountered the When he was unable to get the" replied to his letter wnb great deal very proud of your heroic actions. $20,000 U.S.Savings Bond.The three trailer rigs of 14 wheels or more are
scene of an accident just south of the AnoN open. Cadle broke the wind- of praise for Cadle-s deeds. Mrs. There are few people that would national runners-tip will each eligible. ,
Florida-Georgia line. "
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'I! \ Sharon Thornton Spears has been GU I
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voted employee of the year and Sgt.
Randall B.Branham has been voted FOOD ,
correctional officer of the year at B
I' Union Correctional Institution, in
keeping with a three year program
I for recognizing outstanding MEANS YOU'LL GET
I' employees of the Department of Cor- .
rections (DOC).
Each employee has received$250as
part of the award,for winning the
institutional designation. In addi- A LOWER FOOD BILL EVERYDAY
tion,each has received$100 from the
institution's employees club.
In addition to winning the Institu-
tional award Ms. Spears has won
the Region II employee of the year WITH THE QUALITY & SERVICE YOUWINNDIXIE
award,and received$500.She is now
, I entered in the statewide contest,vying -
with employees from the other
I. four regions.The winners will be announced EXPECT FROM
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I Winners of the statewide contest
I.': will receive $1,000, and attend the
i' American Correctional Association

I i in August,as guests of DOC. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS:


4tiy m__lit tm\jniwau. STARKE**&ijrimaa OBJ PHONC 94413



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DISH LlQUID.'k : TURKEYS! u .

l MMII.Y saD: _='.. '_ USDA iNSMcno|(!t*ii la.:AVqj:), _

taws I' LIPTON $ 49 '-, fRYER.I' .a '.' ,. 39'C1','
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AU.CBIMDS i = WO GRAND U.S.CHOICI BONIUSS

MAXWELL HOUSE $199 SIRLOIN TIP $247

s MASTER BLEND comE':.: IDCCAffOMMtD ; I ROAST . u

[IJ w NARVtST PRISM CALIFORNIA

'rt '. MAXWELL HOUSE .. ICEBURG
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: -- INSTANT COFFEE $= -:1t i!:' LETTUCE . HEAD

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UCI Officer of the Year. $ 1 38C

Sgt. Branham is a native of GRAPE JELLY IIUI,. I /z: : f ONIONS. '. La.
Detroit,Mich.who joined the Army, 1 '\ I.i HARVIST PRISM
and served six years as a tank com-
mander. I SU6d THRIFTY MAID : YELLOWONIONS $118
After serving seven years in the $138 "

military fortune service lay elsewhere Branham, decidedhis left the Ay JiF SUGAR . SUL tie ) Pl-r" : I, . .BAG '
"= military, and came to Florida. He 7' .OULAR w COUNTRY STYLI
began work with DOC in June,1978, tom m Tax/ r.
and has distinguished himself In the T JIFFY CORN ..) MINUTE MAIDORANGE .
security department. During an Mee; 1 Dc'r. 12' 8SC
Branham altercation was stabbed with an in the inmate back,, MUFFIN MIX .'(mil: I. JUICE' SUE

but recovered,and continues to deal !:\\"I"" "' SUMMBANDBUHER
fairly with inmates,according to the .
Hospital Administrator Jay Ed- THRIFTY MAID c
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wards,who made the nomination. 88 4.5oz.MR.
ME NOTS
Branham lives in Starke with his PEAR HALVES .*& Si4'-odI ,, . ;
wife, Rita Bennett Branham.She is

' ,, a Institution.12-year,working veteran at Baker correctional Correctional officer '-'' j -1-'--' V\vEiSER .gl38CHEK 'tI; j KRAFT $49

I Branham likes his work,and plans rue-no VELVEETA
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a.M N,1 AU.MMTMSCOCA $1 09 E_ LISTERINE $997

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Ms. Spears began work with the ?A TIM
DOC In November, 1968,In a clerk I
position,after graduating from BUS PRICES GOOD
In June of the same year.Since that THURS. WED.,
time, she has advanced the through Accounting a QUANTITY BIGHTS America's Supermarket! MAY 28> JUNE 3, 1987
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, Officials gain insishts onT

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The 350,000 City of Tampa The alb Sails and that
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residents pay $13 per month for SFDnnthettauraimg.WKataraithe hdI-. rllfia.paaedeaa 1DMe m-s;. amet eanroU federal standards but: ,
disposal of their garbage even with *i ,ga1ll51bt pniduar jttaamt. Bad tofgtriemtr araratat. finis.. .. Waste IId'Hmpmenll'S Wane Smitb
the most e 1IIIr... eE
up-to-date 1IIir eeecronta tnrplimwd Qua
technology,and *l witminttsyHUrjr federal regulations
still require a landfill a real eye- N.cJK.a-y axnvttuccKiKtfa tiara piatWrrall ill:.a eras.L th iIII are etpextcd to increase and addi- r
opener for a touring of girsrue' "'iraalgiCutaeri ies.lr:w Itaiuii cilBMuiae
group local annpawatleaielMmmml equiPment
will be
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officials last tip: !par_
gpamerpe Eth aW
week. !the to Ieplaa& b
demand r4 One ar.w. .. ti.rShspeanesrleaaa >meet the new
Tampa has a a $70,000 incinerator Slankeantlatllls5etlatlk! .
to burn its household garbage.(One :to ttke CftfoMiOmiune !'a.imiEes tlaar lhr iio.-.atacl the. II BIIIt .f toxic materials ort
of the largest if
private recycling centers is also located in
Tampa, and has almost halved the ,
amount of garbage which must
burned. But a landfill is still
necessary because much"garbage"is a _
too dirty to be recycled, and to
bury yard trash, white goods, mid 'GI
tires, etc.
But Tampa's three-phaseaipera-

tion: recycling, burning, and :the I
landfill is among the latest .......
technology in waste disposal north
central Florida group was told on*
May 21 tour of Tampa and *om- 1 a h
Hillborough County faciltiies.
Hillsborough County bas an almost
identical operation for Its :300,000
residents M
Bradford County Commissioner {
Joe Riddick and Solid Waste Super-
visor Darrell O'Neal made the'day --

member long trip.of Commissioner the 13-county Riddick Task Force isa A Handful of Garbage...

now studying ways to handle garbage The huge spider-like
disposal in the : claw above, can lift as much as four tons of
north gar-
Florida aL huge Into the McKay Bay nation furnaces I
rural area of the state. degrees F. The burning releases hot which burn at 1800 to 2000
"It's been educational laid water,creates steam which gases which when mixed with
O'Neal of generates electricity,The ash falls to the bot-
the trip. tom and Is carted to the Tumna landfill.
The
Orlando based engineering
firm of Camp Dresser&McKee,Inc. gases emmitted from sued an incinerator recycling center the group saw huge
study has a $350,000 contract to perform a tion.. remains a point of conten- boxes, weighing 1,500 to 1,600
recommend the best ways to pounds of brown
green, and clear
The
handle waste disposal for the McKay Bay refuse to energy broken glass ready for
shipment.
13-counties, including Alachua with l __ facility is built on technology first There were also huge boxes of different -
a population of some 160,000. developed in Denmark in the 1930s grades of
,
paper including
Commissioner Riddick says /the and now used in over 100 plants bonds and computer papers,.being
now forsees area, multi-county landfills around the world placed into boxes by two women.A .
as the most probable recommendation Tampa issued $1156 million is huge$250,000 baler, compressed
by the engineering firm. iflI revenue bonds to finance the McKay cardboard into large bales.
Three reports have been issued hut Bay facility and related facilities, A family of workers separated
the engineering jargon is difficult and to fund required issue reserves. waste that could be recycled from
understand and mostly contains i information that which was of no value for
about the disposal opera- The Recycling Effort...
tions in the 13 counties. A final _At the Expert Services, Inc. SM Pag SS
report and recommendation is due
in August, says Commissioner RId-
dick. AWYER
Steve Shannon, coordinator of the
13-county solid waste study and an .
employee of Alachua County, said
the trip was designed to give a peek -
at the kinds of technology membersare

considering as possible solutions J -- -. .
to future garbage handling needs in j7-- _-_ ----
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center IncTampa's owned by Expert Services

other waste manage-
ment facilities are operated on con-
tract from the city by Waste
Management, Inc., an international
firm,
-The group toured an open top

transfer station owned by Tampa ",,,,,,_.t.! _or- ._"" -.; ......
aid ,Hit! borbtlgh County and _
oI'erated--by/ "Waste Management To B3y -=-'" -. Y.. ... E

Inc adfand'c ..
Garbage in the Tamp transfer sta- 1&ear..r; the(yty.dTa4aY redd7YeaN.tersd6..airArt.wd ifl.rh.ne: ... tee soa da.Qasas ta.eer tmmmf.agent,,fc t.the ataeaplreaoRear3lrsaittseat.ta -
tion is put in open top trucks and doge 116ctiay Bayianioesunr'Ya.r_ ,a.y-.y..* aseiaraard -
hauled to the landfill without toeing .pr -...,.. *.....a tts.llerYadb 9w..egaadYr9eash pa rpr" .- Iran ale iN Las Jr.r Stabs. fDcinenrarIt
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compacts its garbage at its transfer ii.alsm.dadesss.afa.da.d plan to add m Mrnftvi GIBSON
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trucks haul the
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County landfill, some 17 miles from Washing Action
town on a 2,000-acre site, is in an lt| Gibson for Economy and
abandoned phosphate mine, and actually II,) FREE Spinal Exam i
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Most members of the group got .!
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Ms. Spears was nominated for the I e sPSCMt SIQM 1 e6RTA

award by Administrative Assistant ';DUCE ARKLA
Sandra Bowen who said, -"Ms.
Spears has established an enviable GAS GRILLS DUAL BURNER
record of outstanding performance ,
over a Deriod of several years.*' -re'-1 GAS GRILL
Ms. Spears is married to Bud
Spears,a long time employee of the 7ri- i Peizo Ignition
National Guard at Camp Blanding. I IHer T9k SOFT 1z\
They have one son, Jim.
parents are Henry and Judy
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1985 to recognize outstanding per
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the department, not confined to ; jl I ; 1L LOWEST PRICES
supervisors. Winners are selected Sp.cfollu
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eight criteria, dealing with the I .
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1985, Lt. EE.!: (Gene) Griffls I II
was honored with the award. Lt. 4
Griffls instrumental in bringing -
a hostage situation to a successful IrA... ,
conclusion,some five years ago and :IE:
has been an outstanding officer in
dealing with difficult situations.In .
1966, the award was given to 332 W. MADISON ST.;. PH. 964-7701
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News BriefsFSP -..- - ..... - - -" """: -, ,,, -, ,,,""" ,, -.::... contest ntatot; ffibfdfc sue so.aWhsenuat Sharon R.mMrson pled no contest
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;- - - - : : :- -l9 gsnat o.rms. tat three enlarges of truant child;

J Mtnb tMmauvt Ittnimftfn pited ply on six months court proba-
guilty dtewtffeirtty: ewnflwtt; se innsIhs5uvadtssAaxeysogerwuisq -ciHisecutively.Walter .
CO Pleads Guilty tempting to conduct a field sobriety Robert Earl Simmons 28, of CuyUm pled no contest DWL$. tiered Henderson pled no contest
Smuggling ContrabandA test According to Sgt. Reno it took Starke was arrested May 23 for present valid license and pay $50 $186,vntibne m tarn*. is three charges of truant child; six
an unusual amount of force to drinking in public and resisting arrest court costs. Dad Andrew IMhflSmnryfliswORriy ..weIUtt7 m atlk* court probation each
correctional officer who smuggled restrain Wilkins in the 10:21. : p.m. incident without violence according to Dennis D. Tyler pled no contest : ( ewrtsrasnonlteSalhrtuBBAiwijrsatttrclt Ii ledtl15. .
a pair of black women's bikini Sgt. W. C. Reno. Bond was set at improper tag; fined 10125. L melt Aademonlpled guilty driv
underwear into Florida State Prison Wilkins was released after a $2,500 $630, he was released on his own Roger S. Welsh pled no contest -. inC wnile intoxicated; fined $623.
pled guilty May 26 to the charge of surely bond was posted. recognizance. DWLS; fined$101.25,ten days jail. Patel BL SfldCttUey plltd guilty license suspended five years six
introduction of contraband. Jerome R. Alexander pled no contest puIIMII&: IM 4InC watl matte m jail concurrant with I
Hovard Richard Rhine, 40, of Traffic DWLS; fined $132.50. peasetguss IIl4 wad; faxed eitonr churge. attend DWI school.
Slarke. was suspended from his job 19 Die In Florida Willie James Clark, 41, of Starke Vicki B. Crews pled no contest $JJB4 .one naoBta garnet yml atiam. SaftaCum Army supervision nine
and charged in January after an investigation Holiday Traffic was arrested May 23 for driving wilful-wanton reckless driving; pay violate ow Its**. awe an aatatofl or mint\ ;after: jail time.
in which he admitted to $50 court costs. dross Anderson pled guilty DWLS; fined ,
while license suspended (DWLS)
smuggling the underwear and a Nineteen people died on Florida Chris W. Crew pled no contest expired jam*,,nine months Salvation Army :
to Reno. Bond
according Sgt. set
photo$ of himself wearing them to a roads over the Memorial Day holiday at $311.25, he was released was on his driver license; $50 court costs Sharon HandanMHi pfed n mutest supervsion after jail time. ;
prison inmate, according to Assistant weekend, falling well short of John A. McClellan pled guilty truMtt} ctoM;;; not miaous! court fmWaJtar Anderson charge of careless driv-
State Attorney Thomas Elwell. the 34 deaths predicted by state officials own recognizance. DWLS; fined $101.25. IbaIt1aa. lag.;; 4111-- I
The according to the Florida McClellan pled guilty impropertag HemSnrwn mutest Anderson charge of resisting officer
inmate turned in the photo Lawrence N. Winters,21,of Starkewas ptitd tut : I
and some sexual drawings of a man Highway Patrol. arrested 22 for DWLS ; dismissed. tauant enfkd, aw nmottbs court pns- without violence; charge drop-
May according -
,
The victims included one bicyclist, Nancy Convoe pled no contest expired
he said was Rhine and reported swne.. f fB.Wt.
to Reno. Bond set
Sgt. was
two pedestrians, two motorcyclistsand mobile home decal; $50 court
Rhine had them to him said
,
given 14 to at $210, he was released on his own costs. 1"-_. __ .
Elwell. people in cars, according
Rhine plead guilty to one count of FHP recognizance.Willis James M. Griff charged with no .
introduction of contraband,a second The last four deaths in cars occur mobile home decal; dismissed. p ....
red when people were on their way D. Brewer,26,of Starke was Joseph F. Durand charged with no i
degree felony Circuit Judge Osee
Fagan ordered a presentence in. home from the holiday, all in south arrested May 23 for driving under influence mobile home decal; dismissed Shop
(DUI, according to Sgt.
C. Durand
Florida Becky
counties. guilty no
vestigation. Attorney Elwell said lied
Rhine will Four .)f the deaths were alcohol- Reno. Brewer's blood alcohol con- mobile home decal; PRICE-WISE
receive
likely probation. tent was .13 percent. Bond was set at
Rrene A. Hewitt
related
Rhine voluntarily relinquished his seven were unknown but pled guilty no
correctional officer certificate, he alcohol-..elated and 12 of the people $362.50, he was released on his own mobile home decal present valid rf r '
.
killed not seat recognizance.Willie decal to dismiss case.
will never work again in a correctional in cars were wearing
facility.Starke belts that were available, according Ronald M. Homer Jr. pled no contest -
to Public Information Officer James Simmons, 35,of Quit- no valid driver license Charles C. Hall man, Ga. was arrested May 23 for present valid license and pay$50.
Man ReturnedTo None of the accidents occurred in DWLS according to Patrolman K. Homer pled no contest wilful-
l\lentalllospital bad wheather and only seven per R. Hinds, Jr. Bond was set at $210 wanton reckless driving; dismissed.
cent occurred in darkness.One he was released on his own Perry L. Keaton pled guilty allowing fwaus.rj
A 33-year-old Starke man arrestedlast pedestrian was killed at 12:25: recognizance. a minor to drive; dismissed. 'JtoafeaterCIn
week has been returned to a.m. Monday in Manatee County, Nicole L. Palm pled no contest
Florida State Hospital. when Leroy Williams, 63, was hit bya James Harold McAlpine of Starke violation of driver's license; Mtd
David Leon Newham was charged car as he tried to cross a rural was arrested May 22 for DUI, accor- dismissed. I I
May 20 with battery,child abuse and state road. ding to Lt. Winston Barber. James E. Yon pled no contest 750
commerical sex, according to Deputy McAlpme's blood alcohol contentwas DWLS; present vahd license and L699 1.75 !
Doug York. Bond for the chargeswas .29 percent. He was released pay $50Tom .
set at $3,000. Newham was Inspectors Tour after a $362.50 surety bond was C. Struge pled no contest; \ ; '979
released into the custody of Florida Bradford, Union posted. leaving scene of accident; dismiss e; 9279
State Hospital in Chattahoochee. He --
had been home on a leave of absence Prison FacilitiesA Lester Eugene Woods, 24, of ed.Robert L. Johnson pled guilty I

from that institution since April 10 court-appointed team of prison Starke was arrested May 25 for DUI, DWLS; produced valid license
when he was charged with the latest inspectors; arrived at the Receptionand DWLS according to Lt. Barber. dismissed.
incident. Medical Center in Lake Butler Woods blood alcohol content was .23 Jorge Ariel Munez pled guilty
Counselors from Bradford-Union percent. He was released after a NVDL valid license $50
May 26 to begin a self-guided inspection ; present .
Guidance Clinic and HRS are in tour of area prisons.The $1,210 surety bond was posted. court costs.
with the court ruling that E&.J
agreement Jock
three-man team, appointed by
Newham be placed in a half-way U S. District Court Judge Susan Everett Monroe Glisson, 22, of Misdemeanor Court 2'M 0 Brandy
house upon his conditional release. Starke was arrested May 20 for DUI, Daniel
Black, will inspect the prison in Louise A. WickJme charged with Vodkat
to W.M.Abrams.
according Trooper
This latest arrest may prevent any
Lake Butler and several nearby Coolers
release of Newham in the near He was released alter a $362.50 cash worthless check; made restitution
future. prisons and check temperatures inside bond was posted. $50 court costs. fv 750
the army-style, 12-man canvas James Walter Hammond pled 1.75 ,
Lake Butler Man and plywood tents now used to house Michael George Lugin of Melrosewas guilty attempting to take wildlife at : 49 4/373 pk
flow crowds of inmates.
over night; six months court probation,
arrested May 24 for DUI,accor- 99
Killed By CrashA The team will be in Bradford and $100 court costs.
ding to Patrolman Hinds. Lugin $449
Union Counties, where five
major Maxie Andrew Padgett pled guilty
Lake Butler man died late May refused a breathalyzer test. He was
19 after he lost control of his car prisons are located, for several released after a $362.50 cash bond attempting to take wildlife at night;

south of Lake City, according to days. was posted. six months court probation $100
Trooper Michael Cagle. court costs.
Recent ArrestsIn Clarence Denner Fugate, 58 of Douglas R. Ashley pled guilty attempting
Gary Lee Rizer, 30, was driving 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
his 1979 Buick north on US-441 at Bradford CountyThe Jacksonville was arrested May 25 to take wildlife at night; '
11:25 p.m. when the car ran across for DUI, according to Patrolman six months court probation $100 Sdarfce I mute Nfanrttlb: of Sit rke on US 301
the southbound lane onto the west following arrests were madein John Hodges. Fugate's blood alcohol court costs. CffONI 7 DAYS A WEEK: 96-777l
shoulder, according to Trooper Bradford County by local content was .17 percent. Bond was Chinal C. Covington pled guilty PATRICKS PUB & LOUNGE
Cagle. authorities. set at $362.50, he was released on his retail theft; fined$101.25, six months JCe /
Salvation Army probation. taroe Benefits OPen 7 Ctays A Week 473-4727
the Rizer's highway car, slammed then skidded into a across guard James Vernon Slade, 52, of Hampton own recognizance. Ralynn J. Hardenbrook pled DO ICO Veils Mmnrthi offsa IOO on HWy 21 North
was arrested May 24 on a capias
rail,spun over the rail and overturned ---- -- -------
charging battery, according to Lt. Traffic Criminal
; coming to rest on its top. Rizer
was throw,from the car and died ato.. Glen Moore. He was released after. a Court in.Bradford
the scene, according to Homicide Investigator $2,000 cash bond was posted -j be
Belote The following 'defendants appeared A financial organization can ,
Richard DeWayne Tyler of Starke in Bradford County Traffic
was arrested May 23 for violation of Criminal Court May 19 before Judge
Lake Geneva Woman probation, according to Lt. Greg George H. PIerce. These cases evaluated in terms of its ability to

Strikes Officer, Nichols. Bond was set at $5,000, received final disposition.

Gets DUI ChargeA Tyler remains in custody. stable
produce earnings.
James E. McKenzie pled no con-
50-year-old Lake Geneva woman Willie C. Mtchell,58, of Starke was test driving while license suspended
was arrested May 23 in Starke for arrested May 22 on a capias charging (OWLS); fined 10125. moderate and its financial
driving under influence and violation of probation, accordingto McKenzie pled no contest unlawful growth
resisting arrest with violence,accor- Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Mitchell is speed; fined $78
ding to Sgt. W. C. Reno. being held for Osceola County for Rodney M. Cayton pled no contest soundness.
Danette Rae Wilkins allegedly burglary of a structure. Bond was wilful-wanton reckless driving;
Ktnirk th> officer while he was at- set at $10.000 ordered to pay $50 court costs.




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1t t Scholarship Winners...

: 1e 1 These BUS union are presented with Santa Fe Community College
Scholarship by Board member Drew Reddish after earning spots in the
top !'percent of their graduating class.
1 From left to right: Drew Raddish, Bradford Green, Eric Starling Carl
Massey Ann Starling,Carrie Foster Celeste Holder,Greg Wiggins,Ruth
Underwood. Kim Gowen. Stacey Shuford Audrey Pierce, Tammy
Thomason and Deena Cox.
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will welcome 40 scholarship baseball star Robert Starling, who Guy Andrews personally made by Mary McCloud, .
winners from the 1987 graduatingclass has signed to play baseball with the presented 12 scholarships under the Chairperson of the Committee.The within 15 DayslCOMPLETE!
at Bradford High School l Saints. Guy and Elizabeth Andrews Minority Recruiting Committee -
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, the President Scholarship program to Kristin Al- was established in October, 1986
Highlighting the B. H. S. Senior of the Starke Rotary Club, day, Vicki Lynn Crockrell, Barbara to recruit potentially deserving
Awards Program on May 19 was the presented 2 year Rotary Scholar Green, Johnny Jackson, Jr., Donna minority strdents to Santa Fe Com
presentation of Board of Trustees ships of $660 annually to Sean Smith Langley, Melissa Mangus, Deborah munity College. Named in honor of
Academic Scholarships given to the and Lisa Blalock. He also presentedthe Parrish, Cynthia Maria Guy Andrews, the Committee has
top 10% of the 1987 grduating class. 1 year $750 Rotary Anonymous Thomas, Brian Whiteheaci, David raised frnds for two scholarshipsand
SFCC Board of Trustees member Donor Scholarships to Shilynn Chaff Williams, and Justin Williams. Mr. Andrews added a sup-
Drew Reddish awarded certificatesto and Suzanne Dyal. The Rotary plemental grant of four scholarshipsthis
the 16 students who have accepted Scholarship Program was established Because of lowered interest rates, year. RUBBER STAMP
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Tammy Thomason, Deena 23 students to attend their local college program was insufficient this yearto Dr. Bernie McFaddenSFCC
Cox, Stacey Shuford, Pamela Will- Most of the funding comes take care of renewals and the 12 Starke Center Coordinator,summedup SERVICE
ingham, Kimberly Gowens, Audrey from the annual Rural-Urban Day new students, so Mr Andrews madea the scholarship offerings to this
Pierce, Anna Ward, Cane Foster, chicken dinner sponsored by Starke supplemental grant of 8 two year year's Bradford High Graduates: "1
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Mr Reddish announced the awsardof wish to remain anonymous, have Tasher Allen, Margo Felton, scholarships. This is one more sign sty
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recycling.The "bad"stuff was hauled ing rules ot disposing of garbage to blem. Abandoning a current landfill ( PEST LAWNGARDENNURSERYONTROL
to the landfill. prevent contamination of Florida's has been placed at $55,000 per acre.
Most of the recycled material is underground water sources, the 13 Plus, it will be difficult and expensive 539 E. Call Str..t Open 9-6 %45743.swscrn
exported, explained Norman Cona- counties are facing lots of garbageand to find a new landfill sight and po-
ty, president of Expert Services. no acceptable way to get rid of meet all the DER environmental
There is still no real effort to recyclein it.Plus regulations. Its Flea Season --Ii\Jl- 15_ I Parsley'sPreftooted _
the United States, he said. the current landfills are being Alachua has the most garbage, = ?
Thursday's price for cardboardfor monitored to make certain the some 193,600 tons per year. Columbia For Indoor Control 1 .1IL
rzcycling was $2 per 100 pounds. burled rotting garbage and a distant second, 27,100 tons per UM a mix of Precor (1 oi., )and 5.37. GARD EII NOSE
deteriorating metals do not leak corrosion year now. Bradford has some 16,000
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With the Department of En- contamination is found, it will be a combined 900 tons of garbageper Both for only SWAN
vironmental Regulation now enforce very expensive to correct the pro- year. for Outdoor.Control A Flexibl Tayof 18

12'x50' . .8'" Jumbo PlugsPlants $85
Durban 1M oz. to )0 galL! of waterd
I AIDS Workshop set at Starke Center CampusAn cover 1000 iq fl. 3/8" x SO" . . ..8- 60 sq. ft. _
16oz. 1O"32o 19** Soaker Ho** . .*9** Plugger Not Available
AIDS Workshop geared quired Immune Deficiency Syn stitute of Government, SFCC P.O.
specifically for the benefit of law enforcement drome." Box 1530, Gainesville, FL 32602. STILL TIME TO FERTIMZE ANNUAL SHADE TREE. SALE
personnel, public health Those who wish to register for the Registration fee is $15.
employees, and corrections depart workshop may fill out, clip and mail For further information call: We Recommend / ,. Container grown(In Florida. 4'
ment employees will be held at the the registration form below to: In 395-5239 or SunCom 650-5239. FERTILOME PREMIUM PELLETS to 6'tall-in**al. six*cam.Nw .
Santa Fe Community College Starke
Center Thursday, June 4,9 a.m.to 1 AIDS WORKSHOPJune Special for Florida groom.Thus Shtpmwits-
16-4-8 formula olio contain iron Mcondory
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nutrient and sulfur, Homogenized ftPelletized BigSUction
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Sponsored by the SFCC Institute of It provides even, long lasting
Government, the workshop will be Name food to the plant. r wort Buy 10 or more
conducted by Dr. Bernard J. Man Sycamor*
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sheim. an infectious diseasespeciafst ; 95 for
Business Address BagCov.r. 12 Chin***Qm 399
and Dr. Jeffrey Rubin,
to SOOO ft. only
public health director for Bradford up sq. Many.thrroriH h p
Union, and Levy Counties. PhoneAffiliationPosition.
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Dr. Mansheim received his train WEED EATER FPC LAWN & GARDEN CENTER....
ing in infectious diseases at Harvard I) YOUR TORO RIDER HEADQUARTERS
University, where he served as an
instructor in 197778. Dr. Mansheimhas
a faculty position at the Univer- E-Z WHEELS *2OO Off
sity of Florida College of Medicine .
as well as a private practice in 1320 N. Temple Ave. Starke 964-7783 XR 8S Model No. 56150
Gainesville. He has extensive experience Buy Here Pay Here We Finance 8 hp B A S.rgin.Keyl.chk .
in treating AIDS patients.Dr. Reg. 229 Start

32". 4 'In 1 deck
SPECIAL..THIS WEEK ONLY Optional Bagger
Rubin, a graduate of the a Attochment

Medicine University, has of served Florida as College tri-county of 1980 Dodge D ISO $14995 Extra

health officer since 1974. With All, Aluminum Topper, 3 sp. O/D No Money Down i .. t

New factory slant 6, new clutch To Qualified Buyers Sale Price
Louis Kalivoda, director of the ONLY 12-MONTH
of Government,said,
SFCC Institute
"In view of the myths and lack of Beautiful Truck Runs Drives & Looks Good .New Fuel Injection Now to the time to trade up to Taro.OIOOM cutting I 9 995
understanding surrounding AIDS, I Extra Special Price Starting deck *.le 29" to 44". 7 to 11 hp engine,
28.Occ
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Card of ThanksWe day May 20, following an ,TN and Jimmy Johnson of Margaret M. Dtcandio; nine Mae Griff of Starke; several the Rock Primitive Baptist Church. r,
illness. ., TN; four grandchildren. daughters, Mary Geiger, Bertla nieces and nephews and several outside Brooker. '
extended want kindness to thank and everyone who for Born In Titusville,FL,Mr. services werz held Owens, Angelina Dicandio and great nieces and nephews. Survivors include two daughters \ ,
sympathy moved to Starke in 1937 where he May 23, In Keystone Millie Dicandio of Starke; Addle Graveside services were held Wilma Padgett and JewellKeedwell
our loss at the death of our Husband tended school. After graduation Cemetery with Rev. Ken Reynolds of Texas, Josephine Wednesday, May 27, 1987 at Santa both of Brooker; three
Grandpa Daddy, and Papa Great-Great, Grandpa, Great moved to California and conducting the services. Carillio of Ohio, Selma Jones of Fe Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy Olive sons, Dewey Stokes of Douglas, GAl
Grandpa from the University of California Funeral Home of Keystone Gainesville, Thelma Denmark of conducting the services. Jones Rudolph Stokes of Alacnua ano
by saying the following: los Angeles. He was employed was In charge of ar Jacksonville,Virginia Jones of Tam Funeral Home of Starke was in Donel Stokes of Brooker; 28 grand-
sat Perhaps quietly you in sent chair.a lovely card or Moore Industries until ill ; four sons, James Nelson of Lake charge of arrangements. children; several great and great-
a pity, Michaelo Dicandio of Cocoa great grandchildren.
forced his retirement in 1984.He
Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, aeJoseph I Alberta Lewis Stokes Funeral services held Tuesday
of the Protestant faith. Leon Dicandio, Jr. of Starke, were
if
so, we saw it there. Bradley II. Larsen of Palm Bay 37 grand May 26, at the Rock Primitive
Perhaps the kindest Survivors include his wife, ; Alberta Lewis Stokes, 87, of
words as any you friend spoke could of Westlake Village; two H. Larsen, 51, of Lake children,great-grandchildren and Brooker died Saturday morning at Elmer Church near Brooker with
say.
Perhaps you were not there at all- William (Billy) Parker Jr., died Wednesday, May 20 8 great-great grandchildren and the Oaks Residential & Rehabilitation Jack U Elder Elder Odis
Just of that day. CA, Larry Parker, Canoca North Florida Regional many cousins in Italy. Center in Gainesville after an Yarbrough and Albert Altman
thought us Funeral services were held Satur officiating. Burial will follow at ,
Whatever did to console CA; three step-daughters, Center in Gainesville extended illness.
our
you day, May 23, at the Church of God of Rock Cemetery. Archer Funeral
hearts thank much, Christopherson, Livermore, a long illness. Mrs. Stokes was born in Brooker
whatever we the part.Family you so Lynn Graves, Glendora, CA, of't in Chicago, IL February 21, Starke with Rev. Walter F.Montz officiating where she lived her entire life. She Home of Lake Butler is in charge of
of Leon Dicandio. Carpenter, Fresno, CA; two Larsen moved to Lake Burial will be in Pine was a homemaker and a member of arrangements.Bulldozing .
Mae Zimmer,Leesburg and in 1958 from Chlca o. He Grove Methodist Cemetery under -
Ralph Alonzo Goodge Lee Starke; two brothers, member of the Episcopal the direction of Archie Tanner T. ,. : '
Funeral Home of Starke. II'I
Parker, Orlando and ; retired salesman,Dad/Brad
Alonzo of
Goodge 58,
Ralph Parker, Merritt Island 2 Sales, Lake Geneva served
; ; .b
Starke died Monday, May 25, 1987 in
children and several 1954-1962.
nieces Army,
dit\ .
Alachua General Hospital in l
William II. Burton
nephews. include his wife, Shirley I
Gainesville following a long illness./
Funeral services were held ; mother, Edith C. Larsen, William H. Burton, 72, of Bran- 'P 1
Born November 21, 1928 in Brad G ewe
ford County, Mr. Goodge was Thousand Oaks, CA with burial Geneva; daughters, Kim ford, FL, died Monday, May 25,1987 lj1
lifetime resident of Starke. Mr.a Forest Lawn Cemetery. and Chris Bryan of in Tanglewood Nursing Home, Lake o : '
Heights; sister, Jackie City, following a long illness. !
Goodge was a member of the First
Christian Church of Starke. He Robert Lee"Buddy"Johnson of Lake Geneva; 3 grand Born in Waldo, FL, June 2, 1914,
wasa Mr Burton moved to Branford, FL,
drywall millworker, I.E.
Dupont, Fill Dirt
Robert Lee "Buddy" Johnson, services were held approx. 1 year ago from Starke. He
Inc.Survivors died May 23, in Keystone was a member of the Baptist faith I
include his wife Mavis of Melrose Thursday, May
Thomas Goodge of Starke; three 1987 at his home following a Cemetery with Rev. David and a retired carpenter 'i Ball
daughters Mary Francis, Terry & illness. conducting the services. Survivors include his sister, Lola Diamond Clay
Funeral Home of
Marcia Goodge, all of Starke. Born in Carter County TN July Keystone
Funeral services were held at 2 1940, Mr.Johnson move to was in charge of ar 1 "
pm. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in 1960 from Roan Mountain TN. ia Leveling I i
Wednesday, May 27, 1987 with Rev. was a member of the Baptist faith; Veto Dicandio.
Tom Crafton conducting the ser truck driver and painter. '
vices. Burial was in New River Bap Survivors include two Veto Dicandio, 97, of I .lio Robert Worrell: Owner
CY
tist Church Cemetery under the Cindy Ann Uhatafe of St. died Wednesday, May 20, c/ o
direction of Jones Funeral Home of and Tonia Johnson of Starke; his home following an extend- e
Starke. Robert and Billy Johnson of ; Grad
mother, Evelyn Miller Johnson was a native of San- Out Patient ... :
Melrose; sisters, Faye Roberson "Bari", Italy He lived in the Y i I
Wm. D. (Bill) Parker Melrose and Sue Roberson County area fcr 51 years. Services
Hollister; brothers, Bobby )' of the Pentecostal faith.
William D. (Bill) Parker, 62, of
include his wife
Westlake Village CA dint Wedrxx- of Melrose. Steve Johnson ,

Monday Friday OPEN Mon.-Fti. 8.5 Closed Thurs. Sat. 8-2

Card Of ThanksThe We the Live By Appointment
Change Way People Robert's
family of Gary Rizer would Construction
like to express their sincere thanksto Bradford Hospital

those who gave flowers, food and FOR LESS 9 !3 East Call Street Highway 121 Worthington Springs
donations to us during our time of
sorrow. 496.2390
We greatly appreciate your Center & 9646000I
thoughtfulness, support and Today Housing
prayers. A special thanks to Rev.
Art Peterson, the First Christian I I
Church of Lake Butler and Doyle Ar- DeRose Industries, Inc.
cher of Archer Funeral Home for
Lake City Florida '
time of ,
helping us in our need

OFFERS THE
Thank i r
you. d.
J.B. and Annie Rizer and Daniel I

and Judy CrewsAm. BEST PRICES IN THE INDUSTRIES !

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24' x 44'? DOUBLE WIDE i ir

Legion ,,
3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Today Housing Center

Shingle Roof SALE PRICE . 15,90O| \

Presents Masonite Siding Reg. Price . . 17,900

Special Exterior Appl. Factory Rebate . 2,000))

.' Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE . 15,900 r I
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Total Electric DOWN PAYMENT 2,000
AwardsCertificates
FurnishedAppliances BALANCE . 13,900 1 '

and Payment.-_ _

of appreciation were Much, Much Morel 10% APR 15 Yr JL O Z/momh O
presented to the top teachers,
fireman, lawman, and bus driver by
Jones-Lengford-Whtle, Poet No. 56, WE NEED YOUR HIGHEST TRADEALLOWANCE
American Legion, at its annual
awards banquet Tuesday,May 12-at USED HOME EVERTODAY
the Post Home on Edwards Road.
About 60 members, friends and
guests were present. HOUSING

Awards Presented...
Mon.-Sot. liII6 p.m
Awards were presented to the CENTER Sunday 1 Iii 5 p.m.
following Teachers of-the-Year:
Jack Whalen, Bradford High "We Sell Price Quality and Service' Tarketf
School; Adele Mitchell, Bradford NOMX: FLOOR TILE i
Middle School; Terry Ivey, Starke CALL US TODAY J
Elementary; Alice Anderson, City i ,
Lawtey Elementary, and 'Cyndee 755-O606 .
Lawrence Brooker Elementary, the
Bradford County teacher of the.
l year. ,

Lawmen-of-the-Year... '" //

Samuel H.Eunice,Bradford Coun
ty Sheriff's Dept. and Chief Jimmy
Bowen, Starke Police Department.
i ANN .
Flreman-ofthe-Year... Cirl

Cecil Crawford: Starke Fire Dept. --

Bus Driver-of-the-Year... CtRAMIQUe I : "'
Brenda Fertig. ((12"X12")
yor Pia The look of real ceramic-with a NOW'
Student durable, 4,909r
Awards... hlfllvfllossBriteBondsurface. _....on ,
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The following student awards will ((41"q.n.l,
be presented later, at the awards "'
, presentation at the school. ALL w OW 1 p.MNMMagUr ELITE
: R.O.T.C. Awards: James Crews, I peg ((12x12")
I ,f Military Leadership and Citizenship t'ng "1" qte A handsome array of decorator patterns and colorsall -
, and Spencer Smith, Academic Ex AMERICANFor with easy-care Brtt.BonctNOW'
Excellence. y no-wax surface /9/1 55p
r Mrton V"HIP
American Legion School Medal m STYLGLQ a Ns( q.n.l"
t Awards: TheSchooIMedaIAwardla FOOD BAR ((12"X12")
presented each year to one girl and : t1M Natural patterns and colors ; 55
t one boy from the graduating class at a real treat try our FOOD BAR. You will combined with BAte-tond'. no- NOWt3 '
: the High School and the Middle wax stain protection. :la p':h'l
:!!' School. The selections are made on find a variety of meats vegetables salads, ...
the character traits of Courage, desserts and Ice bar Jfaclalm
suit
cream
'" Honor, Leadership, Patriotism,' to your (12"x12")
.
Scholarship, and Service. Phillip R. taste at a GREAT PRICE . . *3.99 N An economically prtced ftoor NSW.II ftQ5
with the Ihkknese and.hlne of
Moore, and Stacy L. Shuford have ..v--
, been selected: from the High School:. Moat Items at Our rood Bart ...h. Baked Chicken. Chopped more expensive tll... :/:=:':.i

Middle School recipients will be announced Sirloin Oravy, Smoked Sausage Chicken Livers, Barbecue

that school: at on the June awards 5th.assembly at Chicken Lasogna, fried Chicken Roast Beef and Meat Loaf. ALL PATTERNS FEATURE DO-IT-YOURSELF

SURE-STICK ADHESIVE BACKING

Boy's State: Jason and Jody
Brown have been selected from the Or try our full menu for the. Instant Credit
Junior class to attend Boy's State Tarketf Tile :
this year. They wW spend one week: 90
Best Steaks
Around Days
in June in Tallahassee,studying and Financing
participating In government. Housing .-
Is provided in FSU dorms. Over From 79; Each, Same as Cash
500 boys from all over Florida will
attend, and wW be divided into
cities, and towns, and will form a
'
'SUt State: where they will perform) --JV Teal I Tile i &
the functions of a government for Carpet
one week. Two of their number wW .. .
be chosen to attend a Boy's Nation in' I 131 N. Cherry Street.. Starlce(
Washington, D. C.later In the sum
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: other spring flowers. where punch was served from the
Congratulations to these scouts Enroute home, a pleasant stop large State of Florida silver bowl
WIT". and we are sure we will see them in- was made for lunch at Emmeline adorned with pelicans. Two cakes
volved somehow in scouting in the and Hessle's on St. Simons with were beautifully done with con-
future. shopping in the complex shops. A gratulations to the award recipientson
Senior Troop 669 Advisor Judy driving tour of the island was one and one decorated with the

Starke Girl Scouts Dukes Abrams.is assisted by Andrea beautiful and interesting. 75th also served.Birthday logo, cookies were

Honored at BanquetStarke's Attending the 75th Celebration at Attending the annual Senior Ban-
the O'Connell Center in Gainesvillewere quet May 17 were Senior Scouts Lisa
Senior Seniors were troops from Bradford-Union. Tierney, Viva Riley Dana Adkins,
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recognized at the annual Gateway Laurie Mullins, Andrea Abrams, Stephanie Dukes, Marian Sutton,
Girl Scout Senior Banquet at the Lila Rae Yawn, Joyce Sutton and Andrea Abrams, Laurie Mullins
Ramada Inn in Mandarin. Carolyn Eaves attended a receptionat Judy Dukes, Carolyn Eaves, andJoyce
Dana Adkins Dukes
Stephanie Sutton.
the Council Office following the
and Marian Sutton received red
Delicious
celebration. refreshments
hMi roses as they were welcomed into were served, all prepared by the Cadette Troop 520( just returned
the world of adult Girl
Scouting. staff and volunteers. from Tampa where they 'burned' at
These three scouts have been actively -
Island
Adventure ate for two days
involved in scouting for a total of Highlights Cadettes Cheryl Lynn Moss and and nights and enjoyed Busch
31 scout years. Stephanie and Danielle Smith attended the state Gardens. Christina Carter, Kelli
: Marian have been active in scouting Senior Troop 669 honored the wide Gold and Silver Awards Ann Duncan, Leigh Ann Odom,
since the second grade when they leaders of BU with delicious Ceremony at the Governor's Man Tribh Jones, Sarah Looney, Jennifer
registered as Brownies. Dana joinedas refreshments at the April sion In Tallahassee May 8. Cheryl Keys, Jenny Richardson and
a Junior. and has been active neighborhood meeting, in recogniza- and Danielle were presented their Danielle Smith with leaders Joyce
since. tion of Leader's Day, April 22. Silver by Mrs. Martinez and Lt. Sutton and Carolyn Eaves spent all
The Senior Seniors were invited to Thanks Seniors. Govenor wife their turned red and
s Mrs. Brantley A money, sleep
travel to Savannah with Bradford- reception followed in the garden very little. A real fun trip....
ft Union adults this spring. Judy Dukes, Joyce Sutton,
+ For the Seniors it was a return tripas Carolyn Eaves, Lila Rae Yawn,
r they had visited the Birthplace Laurie Mullins, Andrea Adrams,
while they were In Cadettes Stephanie Dukes, Dana Adkins and PUBLIC NOTICEA
however several 'new' places were Marian Sutton spend a weekend in
t a, included in the trip. Lunch at the March enjoying Savannah. They pre-bid information will be held on Friday, May

Starke Senior Seniors Pink House the only 19th Century visited the Birthplace of founder 29, 1987, at 5:00: p.m. in the Jim Young Aviation
Stephanie Dukes. Dana Adkins and Marian Sut- mansion In Savannah attending ser- Juliette Low, lunched at the Pink
ton take with In the sights at one of Savanah Ga.'s famous squares,on a Spring vices at Juliette Low's home church House, toured the waterfront and Hangar of Keystone Heights, Florida Airport.All .
trip Girl
These Scout Leaders from Bradford and Union Counties. Christ Episcopal Church, and home Factor's Walk, attended church ser local prime contractors, Minority and Women
graduating scouts received the silver awards as Cadettes and vices at Christ
by way of St. Simons Island were all Episcopal Church
have 31 years in the program between them. 'new' to the Seniors. and enjoyed the pretty azaleas and Business Enterprises are encouraged to attend for

potential prime and sub contract opportunities on the

Keystone Heights airpark project.

OVERLAY & MARK TAXIWAYS A & B and Install

43 Felony Cases Received in Bradford in AprilThe ... Pavement Participation Reflectors is Required.For 15%. MBE & 3% WBE Minimum


additional information, call Leona Terry, City
Bradford Office of State Attorney Gary Dennis Wells arrested Nov. substance; pled guilty to possession, probation admitted allegations,
Gene Whitworth received 43 1984 for possession of a controlledsubstance given three years probation; ar- placed on community control for ten Clerk, Keystone Heights, Florida, 473-4807.
new individual cases and/or felony sale of a controlled rested Feb. 16, 1987 for violation of months, 19 days.
defendants for prosecution during
the month of April. None of the cases

were prison related, according to In- r........a... ........ ......... .. .... ...... ......... :..
vestigator Wiley Clark. COUPON : ORIAN WELLS
Nineteen prior cases were

were dismissed.trials.accepted.The office Seven There filed pleas were one of violationof no guilty jury Special! Carpet Cleaning i CHEVROLET OlDSMOBILE

probation and one felony appeal. .
Nineteen misdemeanor cases
were filed and five prior cases were $IQ95 err[ room : Introducing the All New
dismissed by the office in April,said v C 2 room minimum :
Clark. The office declined to prosecute 1Rv r steam :
G or shampoo BBCK 1 0 PICKUP '-'-
six cases and two cases were
"We Move The Furniture"
dismissed by the court. Thirteen .
: ._
Senior Citizen & Military Discounts -
guilty Eight pleas petitions were accepted.were filed in .. This is NOT a reskinned truck. Can Be Yours For

juvenile court. HRS's recommendation Special: Sofa & Chair '29.95 :. New Suspension, New Chassis, New Drive Line, $
was declined on two petitions.The .
following cases were dismissed Warranty Cu.lom..rsuli"faclion ; Large Cab area, Smooth Ride and Much Morel! 2 3 3
or received final disposition dur- money-back guarantee. ;
ing the month of April: Professional service with a
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Keyvus L. Smart arrested Feb. 4, _.' 4 p.-rsollallollch. Christian : per month-

I 1986 for issuing worthless check; = L. oriented. company! ,. ,
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, case dismissed, restitution made. .;. \ a
David Charles Phillips arrested I
Jan. 17 on four charges for principalin Please
1st degree for forgery and utter Call 964-4485 .............. ..
ing forgery; pled guilty, placed on
five years probation each charge, Complete Janitorial Service Available -
ordered to make restitution.

Jessie Sumner Simmons arrested Rite-W Carpet Cleaning Co. .+ty
May 26, 1986 for grand theft; case uy

dismissed, defendant sentenced on ...... .............................................Iw
other charges.
Mark R. Hersey arrested Dec. 2 -=:IIIII:8I: : : I
for possession of a firearm by con-
victed felon; case dismissed.
Robert James Bellamy arrested GIIIHJHA
Jan. 31 for lewd, lascivious or inde-

cent lacks assault prosecutive or act merit.upon a child; case 3.9 % GMAC Financing


Feb.Inmate 19 for Jimmy introduction Erwin of arrested contra RestaurantMandarin On all 1987 CAL 1988 Pickups I

band; case dismissed.
Richard Ernest Blanton arrestedOct. A Szechuan Cuisine

dismissed.. 6 for aggravated battery; case 964-7681

Michael R. Davis arrested Jan. 28 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Rena Motel!)'
for burglary of occupied dwelling;
Insufficient evidence as to this
defendant.
David Charles Phillips arrested
Jan. 15 on five charges of principalin We Will ,Re-Open Te*
1st degree for forgery and utter- "
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ing forgery; cases dismissed, defen- I rMf,7 $
dant sentenced on other charges. Our Restaurant :
John A. Hawkins arrested Sept.23, / L
1985 for possession of marijuana;
case dismissed, insufficient I ,x/V\onday June 1 .
evidence as to this defendant.
Thank you for your patience = t'
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Am. Legionfrom .":.DIIID3IIIDIIIIIID.D: : _, _3ID
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Girl's State: The Post Auxiliaryhas NOBODY BEATS OUR PRICES "
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also selected a Junior Girl Son- I' if "
dra Green, to attend Girl's State. "Not Chain or Discount" .
Sondra will be in Tallahassee for one .... l "
week in early June, to participate in ,: s,[ r j': j... ) ,; ,
a program patterened after the CHAR J' ,.. ,.
Legion Boy's State. soo SQ. liB p. Come See Tom Mack Jack or Vernon and Test Drive

Letters of Appreciation... ROIL .20 % the All New '88 CK Pickup & Corsica or Beretta Car.

Several letters of 'appreciation
were presented to members and
friends of the Post, who have con- GAS GAJGEINClUO
time and efforts for 101tdiU %n: OFF
tributed their I
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i." are: r CORSICAFrom
the good of the ion They $
Dick Coss, In Stalling, --. '" ALLPARTS 8995
William L.jt in, Albert L.
Crosby, X. M. Smith A. W. Blaha, !I &
James Hulce, Charles J. Schaefer, -
Joe Gissy. I tf0fl ACCESSORIES /


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5:00 P.M. Special Closilfled display direct from Government Seized In rates.Licensed contractor. <
BIG YARD SALE Stereo in glass cabinet Call Mitch. 473-394O. 1/9tfn
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. drug raids. Available your area. Save freezer grill flute lawn mower Cecelle Terwlllegar,.
gas FAIRFIELD .
ROOFING Free estimates
Minimum charg. for classified ads It thousands$. 216.453.3000, Ext. A4259. clothes, other items Morgan
many licensed. Insured and bonded. All
15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for 5/28 2tpd 6/4 Road off Hwy 301 -1 mile down on left. of and 4851556or THE MOVERS & SHAKERS
each word thereafter 1976 AMC HORNET parting out wreck types roofing repairs.
Follow signs oH 301 8 St. Rd. 16. Saturday -
front 258 6 cyl. runt good $200. Newtransmission 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 ffnchg: LIKE TO MOVE
only. 9.3. S/28ltthg
Will REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and
PERSONALS $200 or whole car $325 FRI. R SAT. 94. NE 10th St. off 16 East.
freezers In I sell trad
shop. buy. or
can be seen at 603 W. Pratt St. 5/28 5/28 my WHERE THEY CAN SHAKE
1tpdMOVING
used appliances.: 4962090. 12/25 tfn
ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE Itpd SALE at No. 1 Mini Storage SEWING MACHINE REPAIR] All makes
TOGETHER I Stark. most respected 1979 Clean.DODGE$1350.OMNI 964.8498.4 speed 5/28 tfn with AC. building 301 South, next to cleaned, oiled and adjusted. $15. Used Come to Bradford County, Fla. one of the most diver-

r dating service since 1977. All ages Including 1984 CHEVROLET TRUCK 3/4 to.,. Call McDonalds Fri. B Sat. chairs May 29 and 30. sewing machines for sale. James sified small counties in all of Florida..our climate is
Upholstered' dining screen
senior citizens 468-1983 or 496.2164 after 6 p.m. 5/28 Strickland corner Morgan Rd and Hwy great..we have beautiful lakes for swimming &
1.800-648-4401. 4/7 tfn Itod doors. wood and metal various other 16. Stark. 964.8733. 3/19 tfn
i A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. items Tom Bement. 964.6439 Stark. LAWN SERVICE Reasonable rates, call fishing..Santa Fe Community College a two year

Ii Scandinavian European Brazilian 1979 CHEV. LUV longbed. Quick starter 5/28 I Itchg 964.4238.1/2 tfnchg: college right here for your children or
I; High School Exchange students arriving body and drive train In very good condition YARD SALE at Eddie Starlings 1 mile JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE -10 years ser adults too!
:. In August. Become a host family for 1500. Call 4962298. 5/28 2tfr. west of Graham on 18. Old tools, collectibles vice. Call for free estimates. 9644621OR grandchildren..exciting courses for
,
q' American Intorcultural Student Ex- 1979 FORD PINTO Clean good condition. bicycles, fiberglass, tool box, 964.6842. 4/9 chgtfn Come on in tHe water's fine
i; change. Call 1-800-SIBLING. fcan $950., or best offer. Call 4962298. much more 9 a.m. til ?? 5/28 Itchg SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER
I' & .207 Itpd. 5/28 SATURDAY, 9 to 4, 515 E. Jackson St., 782-3129 PREFERRED PROPERTIES

;F WOW 11 I lost 25 peumtrm'on. month! one block behind Pest Control 3 Advice on all problems of Me. business
;.; You can tool! Safe, no drugs, Doctor MOTORCYCLES families, little bit of everything from love, m rlage. SPECIAL this week $10 EVE APPEAL PURSE APPEAL 4 1/3 acres secluded 1980 doublewlde, 3
1 recommended guaranteed! Call Dede clothes to windows. 3/281tchg readings. Confidential. 5/14 2tpd 5/28 BR, 2 full baths, lots of storage, 17x35 Inground pool fenced 500 sq. ft.
I: today) 1.800-433.0576. fcan 87-205 FRI. S SAT. 9.4. 1206 Bradford Street. WILL BABYSIT In my horn weekdays pool area. 660 sq. ft. wooden deck. Price drastically reduced! Anxious
SUPERVISORS DEMONSTRATORS YAMAHA 400 cu. Inch, 600 miles Mint Little bit of everything. Rain or shine. $25 a week. Call 964.8397. S/281tpd seller!

GUARANTEED line In Party Plan condition. Row bar and cruise control. 5/28 Itpd BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. Luis I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY MINT CONDITION BRIGHT t AIRY, newly

Christmas Items, toys S gilts. Earn TOP $1250. 964-8896 or 964-8877. 5/281tpd THIS IS ITI We have everything.3 family' Marlene Arias. Ph. 964-5O3O. ask for remodeled 1,720 sq.ft..CHSA,4 BR 2 BA, great room, fenced yard extra
COMMISSIONS & FREE KIT. Call yard sale. Frl., Sat. A Sun. 301 North to Luis. Lawtey area. 5/28 Itpd closets, tool shed.

207-883-5893 or write: AMERICAN SCHOOLSSEMI Lawtey on Carter Road. Follow signs. SAMPSON LAKE LOTS-OWNER FINANCED Approx. 103'x770'. Selling

HOME TOY PARTIES INC.. PO Box 362 5/28 Itod price $18.190. $2.000 down. 10% interest, 10 years

Scarboro. ME 04074. fcan 87.209 REAL ESTATE VACATION RESORTS OR FACT NOT FICTION Super Commercial Hwy 301 N 240' Frontage 1.5
DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks .
Acres 537,000.WALKING .
REAL ESTATE Local Drive Big and Trucks National! DOT Job Certification Placement OUT OF AREA RENTALSNORTH DISTANCE 3/1. block city water 8 .sewer fenced yard.

GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres, CH S A with approx.
Assistance CorrespondenceResidentTraining. COUNTRY STORE ON US 19.
Eridu.
op. CAROLINA VACATION CABIN. 1.456 ft. SE 34th Ave.
HOMES FROM GOV'T from Eligible Institution for Financial to live simple lif., sq.
REPOSSESSED portunlty quiet coun. US 441 between Sylva X Cherokee NC .
HISTORIC 3.930 SQ. FT. Lawtey on 4.9 acres, completely furnished
$1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. try town only 40 miles from Blue
Near fishing rafting hiking. .
12 x 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile homes trees,
Call 1 18002828165. United Truck pecan
r FL/NatlonwIdel! Also tax properties Tallahassee. Call Tim Peary Realtor. Ridge Parkway mining. 2 BR cabins
,
2164533000. Ext. H5117. 5/282tpd6/4 Master Resident Training, Tampa. 904.997.4340. fcan 87-214 furnished. Sunset Farms Rd.Cobi.... Rt magnolias and azaleas.
Florida. Home Office: Clearwater. BUCKHORN CREEK Country living. NW I Box 216-C. Whittier. NC. 28789. Ph SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal, corner .
CAMPERS OR Florida. fcan 87.217 Florida. 2 or more acre parcels.' Electric 704.497.2200. 5/28 Stcbg 6/25 lot 12' x 65' MH. separate well & septic tank, 2 car garage.
telephone, school bus, mail YOUR SEARCH STOPS HERE Brooker-3 BR, 2 BA frame home on 2 'lots
TRAVEL TRAILERS HOMES delivery hunting fishing. $1500-$2000 Close to school CH&A city water 44000.

FOR SALE acre $200 down. Owner financing up OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 BA newly painted corner lot. 25000.
j to 10 years 11'/.%. Free brochure. -12." ACRES Pond Hwy 100, S.E. 24th Ave S Forsyth Rd. 26000.
1971 AIRSTREAM TRAVEL TRAILER: 31 ft.,
Frank Pierce PO Box 277, Chipley FL FLORILAND n:1 EXHILARATING VIEW Meandering Creek divides 2 high sides SR 100W
4 AC & central
i .self-contained sleeps ,
heat Good condition $4,500 3 BR, 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with 32428. 904.6387606. fcan 87-212 REALTY just over the county line, well maintained :2 stocked fish pondssinglewid .

964.8488. 5/21 2tpd 5/28 fireplace and garage, on 5 acres 600 ACRES SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 260 I..L3 *on 3.3 acres, high t dry beautiful ..ettlng..fISHERMA..S .
1976 SAFARI CAMPER sleeps 8, fully.quipped Beautiful home. United Realty ofStark. rich cultivable soil. Balance wooded. 964-7700 OA itOR' DREAM 2 BR, I BA frame cottage, garage, drive-In
.. 964.8447 or 4733627. 3/26 Ifn TIMBER. Paved road. Creek. EXCELLENT 393: N. Temple Av.. boathouse > screened deck overlooking Crosby Lake inlet. CH8A.
26 ft., can be seen at 1150 N.
Clark St., or call 964-5412. 5/28 2tchg 2 BR 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for HUNTING! I$225.000.. United Vrnf P. Odom Irok.GRIMIDDlEIURG EGG FARM ON BAVLESS HWY-50 acres fenced& cross-fenced. 3 BR, 1 BA
6/4 retired couple. Easy walking distanceto National Barron Strother, Broker. PO home w/aluminum siding 2 trailer hookups 4 chicken houses, fully electric .
I BUY FACTORY DIRECT AND new shopping center 29999. Call Box 755 Troy, Alabama 36081. Owner financ Present all offers
9645606. 4/30 tfn 205.735.2442. Icon B7-7oa AREA: 3/2 an ', ac... .
SAVEIILightweight super Insulated ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES Approx. 7 acres. Minutes from prison on
fiberglass travel trailers 13', 16' and 19' IN GAINESVILLE For Sale or Trade LAND FOR SALELOT Owner Financing. Hwy. 16. Great horn for trailer space. 15500.
Beautiful 4 BR, 2 bath, double
garage COMM. BUILDING IN CITY Just
5th wheels. Call toll free UNCROWDCD LIVING 2/1 cottage 5 lots-Kingsley lake Village 30500.
1.800.346.4962 for free brochure fcan with pool. Beautiful yard. Owner financing IN CITY 6000. Call 964.576after waiting for happening call for OKLAWAHA RIVER three plus acres 15000. Inspiring Scenery.
at 8'/i% with 1/3 down. 88900.
87.213 5. call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn details. THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Guerdon doublewide.Sampson
1.371.1128.5/21 6/11
41pd WOODED LOT. LAKE VIEW Sampson NICE BUILDING LOTS Joins Green lake access. Great getaway I Just reduced to 30000.

i .... Lake. $2.500 or best offer. Call Acres. -36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownie Rd. Owner will finance
vRr RI r 1.737.1807. 5/14 4tchg 6/4 ONE ACRE C UP Lots. Graham. 82322. A smart Florida Investment

44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide owner financing.ST. INVESTORS 438 acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided.

Into 10 acre or more tract.964-7771 or .ROAD 100.Near Keystone lots, Highway frontage. close to school $1,000 per ..... Hardwood tr.GRAHAM. ....

6m 964.4537 Si 14 TFchg 52.ISO up. t_.. 14.50 acres $1.300 acre.. . __u2 .
2V LOTS: city utilities, chain link fence .3 ACRES Fronts SR 100 Near COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS-$7,500 a
S8.500"Jj\ _.
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Teix v utility building. S13.SOO. 964-8392.5/21 K.,._. high. -2 LOTS MIMOSA. 57,500 each. !; J u1'.1t: luniD"""h

i ...- i 2tpd 5/28 -LOTAcross from Waldo FleaMonies. NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development $49,006". J' I.,t
1 ACRE Dupont Road 782.3208 or
on .
SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
964 6503. 5/28 tpd
WINDING TREE LAKE-On acre $15,000. Perfect for second horn.

PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. 50000.

t SMALL CI STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks 45000.
t ;$&:M:1: <*; Jm 1.37 ACRES-Stat Rd. 100 East$7.700.

CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' 17000. Great view.
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KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots 65'x130' $2.750 eo.

.IS ACRES HWY II. 533000. One mile off 301.

{Accelerated Realty Inc. OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres 15000. .
I Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB PRESIDENT LAWTEY 4 Br. 2 BA. 2 story, 1 acre, 100 yes old, 33000.
i After Hours

ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC 964-4544 JJREALIOR' John Pauline longford.Randolph Master Appraiser 496.2291 964.6323

Anne Nelson 473-7541
Terwillegar
Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 Randy Cory 475-2597

'' ci: 221 W. Lafayette Street Homes lots Acreage Waterfront

a Farms CommercialNo

Charge to List Your Property for Sal.

Call and discuss it with us.

i 964-5069 IJI | 'CLOSE TO SCHOOL Brick Home. 3 BR IV4 BA. Range and Durrance Pump & SupplyU.S.

I Refrigerator Central Heat.
I RJ-A1IQR* '.GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD FOR CHILDREN 3 BR. IV BA. CB home 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a

:I REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS living.dining,kitchen combo. .
; Well 0
Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 PEACE AND QUIET 5 acres Old Fashioned Frame Home in the Coun Pumps 'Plumbing Drilling,

Lucille try. 4 BR 2 BA CH/A. New Carpet. Well ft Septic. Apartment with j MacClean: Wafer Conditioners .
Spry ,
964.8420 Separate Entrance I BR. 1 BA. living-Dining Combo and Kitchen. I
964-7061 =
Bobby Bigg 964.7331 MORE FOR YOUR COMFORT CONVENIENCE AND MONEY Buy and ] For Sale or Rent 'S .
r this Home. 5 BR, 3 BA. Large Living Room " " " ____.'," '" ,A
RICHEY SUBDIVISION: 2 building lots, under $4,000 each. Complete :2 Story Cypress
I Recreation Room. Bock and Front Porches.
LAKE BUTLER: 3 BR, 2 BA home, excellent location. HORSEMAN'S ULTIMATE DREAM 61 acre training facility. 2 BR. 2 BA j

NW 29TH AVENUE: 24 acres, part cleared, part wooded. Has I Home, Gourmet Kitchen Training Track. 32.Stall Barn with Office j |4S2--6O AC. FARM 2 story horn.

large stocked fish pond. I Apartment Tack Room. Feed Room. Center Aisle Concrete Block. All j jI I|.n.or hors*.stalls, pecan grove, posture < MATIIEWS REALTY
I
*WESTMORELAND ST.: 3 BR, 1 I1/ BA, C/B, fenced yard. Has I Board Fenced. I 447-MOBILE HOME PARK In Ocalo. 411 \V Madison
.J ROOM FOR RECREATION Large Brick Home 4 BR. 2 BA. Sunken Living
buyers protection plan. [home and 2 mobiles Included.
I Room. Formal Dining Room Large Family Room w/Fireplace.. Starke. FL 32091
\ *2 STORY HOME plus versatile c/b building. Approx. 2,260 sq. CH/A, large Eat-In Kitchen with Plenty of Cabinet Space.Also....Central 11190.000. 06.-4169
1427-4 BR. 2 BA brick horn on 5
ft. Vacuum. I I New roof floor' (i. 3
*DEERWOOD SUBDIVISION: 3 BR, 2 BA brick veneer, large lot. THERE'S ROOM FOR LAUGHTER Over 4 Cleared Acres CB Home. 3 I |and acres.mar. $79.900.new covering L[

*APPROX. 1 '/. MILES past hospital. 1.21 acres, has well & sep BR. 2 BA CH/A Central Stereo/Intercom. Range and Dishwasher Ap- j fOR RENT: lovely 2 bedroom homeon 11F;'d MSS
ft. j
i
2.200
prox. sq. (
Hall Lake. furnished.Applications
tic. Room Jacksonville Services
CONVENIENT TO WORK-ADEQUATE GARAGING living | Multiple Listing
.1; *HWY 301 NORTH 8.6 acres, 500 ft. Hwy frontage, has w/Fireplace.' Dining Room Kitchen. w/Snack Bar 5 BR. 2 BA.On 1 Acre. I now being token. ONLY exclusive MLS agent

it i beautiful timber. BIGGER ROOMS Spacious CB Home on 3 Cleared Acres. 2 BR. 2 BA Cclol.pac.for rent for this area

l.. *CHURCH ST.l 2 building lots duplex zoning reduced $3,200 Extra Large Living.Dining Area. Breakfast Room and Family Room BROOKERl Get back to
each. I AIR CONDITIONING CB Home 1.736 sq. ft.. 3 BR, 2 BA. CH/A on I Lorraine O>ompion, BrokerTTROUT nature..build your next home

Nice Fenced Lot Close to Town. REALTY among the dogwoods, redbud. tall
EDWARDS ROAD Commercial building, needs repairs. I 'WAITING FOR A BARGAIN From Horn*. 2 BR. I BA. Slav I | oaks with flowing creek. Help

*COUNTRY CLUB AREA Over 2 acres, building sites. Refrigerator Fenced Lot. In the City. $20.000. ewv.mI develop the community that you

*MORGAN ROAD: Nice 3 BR, 2 BA c/b with 15 acres. Priced to | CONVENIENT TO SCHOOL CB home. 3 BR, 1 BA. CH/A.living Dining-I 964-8931 would like to live In.

sell. Kitchen combo. I 4734096,, tone.
EASIER TO KEEP UP Cypress home. I BR. I BA. large LivingDiningArea 53S N. TCMPLXSTAMKC. :, BROOKERi Approx. 237 acres of
I GOLFVIEW Building lots. CH/A, Range and Dishwasher. Inside Utility Room on I Acre. 'I. 3291 high rolling land reasonable price.
LAWTEY: 2 acres with 3 BR, 2 BA, priced reduced to 57900. TWO NICE LOTS Eastern Section of Gainesville.CB Home.3 BR.2 BA. LAWTEY IJSi 2 8" 1 BA. 15 acres

HWY 225 2 BR, 1 BA c/b has 2 beautiful acres. Stove and Refrigerator, AC. Teraxzo Floors. I plus extra .p' $60.000.

1 *THERESSA AREA: 3 acres partly wooded with creek immaculate NEED SMALL RETIREMENT HOME Brick 3 BR. 1% BA, Range and .BROOKER, $1500 per acre

Refrigerator on nice lot In good neighborhood $30.50O. Soil W. PRATT ST.t 3/1, CH/A. stove,
2 BR, 1 BA, c/b. Nice fireplace. Top
WALK TO SCHOOL CB Horn, 3 BR. I BA. Screened porch Fenced refrlg., microwave oven ceiling fan
LAWTEY New 3 BR, I'/a bath on Vi acre. Owner financing. Back Yard. Shade Trees 34900. children walk to school. Reduced to

7'/ ACRES -or will split in 3 tracts. I .DOUBIEWIDE IN GREAT CONDITION Split Floor' Plan 3 BR. 2 BA. Fill Sand $35.500..

COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 2'BA, cedar home. Large closets, Great Room w/Flreploce. Cathedral Ceiling. Rang and Dishwasher. KINGSLSY LAKE Mill PARK Approximately -
Included. CH/A. Storage/Workshop Building. all on 2.7 acres. 153' waterfront with
spiral stairway, fireplace, all kitchen appliances Daub........
ON PAVED HIGHWAY WITH PLENTY OP ROOM TO PARK- limerockL7823172 owners ham. _
LAURA ST. 3 BR, 2 BA, c/b, CH&A, under 40000. on 2.6 Acres 3 BR, 2 BA. Stove and Refrigerator, Ceiling Fans CH/A. j LAKI BUTLER Reduced for quick

: J *WATERFRONT Over Vt acre with 100' on water. 29000. sale. 3 BR.:2 BA. CH4A, large lot only .

REDUCED Doublewlde MH, 1984 Catalina on 1 acre. MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2 BR, I BA. 1986 Model Good PrIc.. $41.500$38.000.

OWNER FINANCING Large home and commercial buildingon SELECTED PROPERTIESTEN
ACRES: Bradford County. 13th Street N E., Pecan grove. -
7 acres. LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft., on the water!
j *200 B 3 BR, '/ BA, frame on 2 acres. 105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to sell.

: i *WOODED BUILDING LOT on Road 229. -10 ACRES In South Clay County. Resldentlol-Agrkulfwre. $17.900.

*APPROXIMATELY 35 wooded acres, nice building site. .20 ACRES Bradford County. Resldentiol-ogriculturol. See Our Display Ad
4.SS ACRES 2." ACRES Near Graham zoned for MH.
*CHURCH ST. Over 1,400 sq. ft. on nice lot, CH&A.
LAKE LOTS Crosby and Sampson Lakes. Owner financing.
BEAUTIFUL 2 story home with barn on nice acreage. CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W. 2 blocks from 301. In A-Section

*3.000 SQ. FT. commercial building, has nice office space, Ig CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section.

bay door / HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels.' Good business location.. Telegraph

*COUNTRY CLUB AREA brick veneer, 3 BR, 2 bath Ig'. lot. HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near Eorlton Beach 210 ft. on highway..
COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. IS.OOO sq. ft. floor space

Assumable*CONERLY mtg.ESTATES Immaculate, lovely 3 BR, 2 bath, over -FREE NOTARY SERVICESPUT OUTLAW REALTYPages

2.000 sq. ft. brick veneer home, nicely landscaped, large yard. US TO WORK FOR YOU! 11A
A.A''A'A A A A A AvfV
lot
Nice building $5,500.
I, *HAMPTON OAKS ,

*HWY. 301 N. Over an acre. Nice commercial pro .rty.









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HELP WANTED MOBILE. HOMES FOR RENT NOTICE MISCELLANEOUSPACK MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE I

FOR SALE I
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PAJKj CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible 1''S SKYLINE 14X60 MH, 2 BR,
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks. Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. So the lake Regwn Monitor office Items and antiques. Used furniture, bedrooms on each end & 2 BA. Call for
Coll 17554040. N. Flo. Real Estate Col NEW I USED MOBILE HOMES. Coll Roy Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone In writing and pond in advance glassware, [jewelry and much more. Information. 4737410. 1.328.3710 after
lege. 7/3TFN Wells at A&W Mobile Homes, 964.6407 9647498. 9/16 tin up".... credit is already .. ablM ed Come see for yourself. One mile east 5:30 p.m. 3/S tfnchg r,
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS far 4 ... 2 with this o4frce.MOP.TOR of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3BR, 2 BA,
Pines Car. C.nt.r. 3-11 charge nurse, :3 BEDROOM 1V4 both mobile home. BA opt. For more information caM... STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg 14X70, $500 down, $190 per month.
full-tim.. PRN LPN'l needed. EOE. Must be moved. Call 964-6561 after 4 Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN BINGO American legion Post Hwy 21 Uncle Roy's, Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg
Phone 9646220. Experienced n.ed on p.m. 4/30 tfnchg Housing. 6/7 tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER North. Sunday afternoon 2.5, and 57528.
ly to apply. 2/12 tfn MUST SELL ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel. $u1 THE TELEPHONE. Saturday at 7 p.m. Public invited. 3/5 ASSUME PAYMENTS ; We will help you
CITY OF LAWTEY will be accepting applications 3 BR, 2 both doublewlde. Includes CH&-'. per night. From $35 per......Discount Oawhed deadline is 11:00 a..... priorto tfnchg qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle
for the position of water with dishwasher skirting payments offered for longer term. Apply In per Thursday publication Roy'., Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg 57528.
plant manager. Qualifications: Mutt $259. Call 13903969. 5/7 4tchg 5/28 son. Magnolia Hotel. Walnwt. St. across M"- njmun charge is)15 words for$3.5O. CARS, BOATS DON'T TAKE NO FOR ANSWER Call the
hove a Class C operators license to op- ASSUME 2 BR, small equity. C/A with from Post Oftfce. TF then IS cents for each_thereafter.. experts at financing. Uncle Roy's,
ply for job. 5/21 2tchg 5/28 dishwasher, skirting. Payments $159. Ocala 351-8514. 4tchg 5/7-5/28.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly 1972 F-100 FORD PICK-UP 6 cyl., 3/4 ton
DEMONSTRATE HOUSE OF LLOYD Toys Call 13903969. 4tchg 5/28 decorated everything furnished. Laundry PERSONAL SERVICES 1965 Pontiac HOMES OF MERIT 4BR, 2BA, Deluxe, 9.9
suspension, camper top.
and Gilts. High profit. Free kit and sup TAKE OVER PAYMENTS :3 BR. 2 BA. 14 x facilities included. Video room Carolina, law mileage. 4753201. 2tpd financing. $225 per mo. Uncle Roy's,
plies. Coll Iris, 9642030. 5/21 TFchg 70, $500 down. $190 month. Uncle available. Will accept one child no PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobtFehomes 521528. Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg 57528.

ADVERTISING SALES PERSON for retail Roy's, Ocala 1.351.8514.5/7 4tchg 5/28 pets. Palms Apts.. 2313 N. Temple pools ...... ........... Free '83 MERCURY LYNX 4DR, hatch back, 4 HOMES OF MERIT 3BR 28A, Great
accounts. If you or. ambitious anddon't ASSUME PAYMENTS we will help you Ave.. Startte 32091. 5/1 TF estimate Call Rob. 4733590. 3/5 cyl.. 4 speed AC PS, PB, AM-FM radio Room, 9.9 financing. $199 per mo. Uncle
mind meeting th.; public this |lob qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle PINE FOREST APTS. 2 C 3.. opts now IfnchgLAWN cassette, good condition, $1995. Roy', Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg
may b. for you. Experience desired Roy'.. Ocala 13518514. 5/7 4tchg 5/28 oval!. Call 95. Mon. thru Frt.964-6312. MOWING Trimming edging. 4737720. Itpd 5/28. 57528.
however If you are energetic and DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call lIB tfnchgWAREHOUSE Coil The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free 74 MALIBU CLASSIC with rebuilt 350 UNCLE ROY'S. SHOP I COMPARE -
mon.y motivated call Jewel at the at financing. Uncle Skyline, Fleetwood, Peachtree, Redman .
experts Roy's, STORAGE SPACE for rent Estimates. 3'S itnctig engine, runs good. $800. 4733262.
964.8628 8 a.m. 4 for appointment. Ocula 1-351-8514. 4lchg 5/28 by the month. 5.10 to 10x20. 10.10. OUT STEAM EXTRACTION truck Itchg 5/58. Peachstate, Liberty, Homes ol f
5/28 JMCOUPLE HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR 3 BA Deluxe. We have It all. 351-8514.
$35 per month. Call Ron .- <. mounted equipment.) C B CarpetCleaning. Merit
WANTED FOR LIVE-IN MOTEL 9.9 Y. financing $225 month Uncle 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg Coil 473-777O. free estimate.8tpd FOR SALE 4tchg 57528.
MANAGER. Apartment furnished.Must Roy's, Ocala 1-351-1814.4tchg 5/28 2 BR FURNISHED ajmet neighborhood.Hwy 5/16,25, 1979 CONCORD mobile home, 14X56
furnish references. Small motel HOMES OP MERIT :3 BR, 2 BA Great 16. % mil. from city. ..,..,1323. FLOOR SAGCtNG-OOOR DRAGGING unfurnished central air $5,500.
permanent guests. Send resume to: Room. 9.9% financing $199 month. 2/12 tfn home out of level?Call Ls Rue levelingService :3WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS 3 different 6592264. J.C. Weeks. 2tchg 5/21-5/28
Motel Manager PO Drawer A, Stark., Uncle Roy's Ocola, 13511814. 574tchg ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 for all foundation '' '-s. sizes. 475-3201. 2tpd 521528. 12X50 STAR mobile home, 2BR CHftA,
your '
FL 32091. JM t/28 5/28 BR home with I acre, lurnished Weekly 4737721. 3pd. 5'l4-S/28. FREESTANDING FIREPLACE Preway 18' screen porch new carpet clean,
SALES OPPORTUNITY Non-profit rural UNCLE ROY'S Shop and compare.Skyline or monthly. Call collect 904-246-4160 CHILD CARE M MY HOME Keystone complete with chimney excellent must move 4751418. llpd 5/28.
association has part and full-time sales Fleetwood, Redman Peach or 4732440. 4/9 tfnchg Heights on Hwy 100. Have references. shape. $200. 475-2943 after 5 p.m. 1985 14X65 WESTHELD mobile home,
openings In this area. 2 sales a week State, Liberty Homes of Merit. We FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS 5/29. 2tchg 5/21-5/23. 2BR, 1'1.BA, set up on 3/4 acre leasedlot
$30 week. 4737216. Irpd
equals $20,000 a year income. Excellent have it all. Uncle Roy's Ocala I C 2 BR units Coil 964-729S. per FOR SALE 26' Avion ((71)) full awning In Highridge Estates, Keystone
growth potential. Call today 13511814. 4tchg 5/28 between 9 a.m. a 11:30 a.m. Mon.. HOME IMPROVEMENT, repair additions with bock window awnings, back full Heights. Looks like new with 2 AC wall
toll-free 1-800-445-1525 for details on 12 X 60 2 BR, 2 both mobile home priced Tues., Thurs.. Fri. Equal Opportunity or coHnilene build oog. 30 years bam twin beds with new mattress plus units & central gas heat. Asking
upcoming meeting. 5/28 2tpd 64 to ..11. $1800. Phone 7823692. 5/28 Housing. 4/23 tfnchg xperience serving;, Bradford and Cloy full bed electric and gas refrigerator $11.000.372.0130 (from 8-5)) S 475-1447
JOSS I Now hiring In Counties. 473-401 5128 sin AM-FM cassette radio roof air conditioner after 5/28.
GOVERNMENT your Itpd1M :3 BR, 2 BA DOUMEWIDC mobile. '-on ( 7)) Itchg
area both skilled and unskilled. For 14 X 80. 2 BR, 2 bath. Payments large lot. Hwy 225. Call 14681323. 4/7 PHONE JACKS INSTALLED residents and rood TV antennae full directional FOR RENT, LEASE OR SALE 3BR DW,
list of jobs and application call $198 monthly. Assume mortgage with tin small busines. retired BeH. 4733654. control. 4752046. Itpd 5/28. Cloy County. $21,900 terms. For ale .
6153832627. ext. J507. Icon 87.216TRUCK same equity. 7823186. 5/28 4tchg 6/18 TWO A THREE BEDROOM HOUSE S2SO S/TBIHchg REFRIGERATOR 12 cubic foot GE, A-I 2BR MH, Clay County, $17,900 terms.
DRIVERS Experienced, long-haul condition $75. 3 ton central air unit 6592269. 2tchg 52864.
FOR SALE OR RENT New mobile home and $300 month. Call 964-5377 after
needed Must be 23 with good driving wide FOR RENTFOR $100. 4751416. Itchg 5/28.
14 on lot. $SOO down call evenIngs 5:30: p.m. 5/21 2tchg 5/28
5 PIECE DINETTE SET in good shape,
record/work history. We offer excellent -
4852643. 5/28 Itpd TWO BEDROOM TRAILER: partially furnished PETS
equipment and benefits. ApplyIn 84'. 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE $1000 equity, on private lot in Lowe.,. No LEASE OR SALE Luxury Condo. 3 S5O gas barbeque with new burner
person. Poole Truck line 2241 assume mortgage $249.25 month. children. 782.3344 or 7823942. 5/21 ... 2 BA Overlooking" wafer between and grate, $25. 4732319. Itpd 58. HALF PERSIAN KITTENS free. Call

Detroit Blvd., Pensacola, Florida. More to own lot or $10.000 assumesmortgage TFce Metros and Keystone Heights. 473-7937 Friday and Saturday Itpd
9044776481. Must live within 200 and buys 1.13 acres where It 12 X 60 2 BR on I acre lot. $250: per Negotiable __. Available in May. YARD SALES 5/28.
miles of Pensacola. EOE. fcan 87-215 sits. Fenced large workshop storage month. 964 4238. 5/28 tfn After 9 p.m. 4753267. 4tclrg 57528.
HIRING IMMEDIATELY I Pipefitters, building. Must qualify coil after 6 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT in Lawtey. Call MOBILE HOME fOR RENT located on MOVING SALE everything must go. Sot.
welders, sheetmetal, HEO, carpenters, p.m., 964.1548.5/28 llpdltS 7823894. 5/28 2tpd 6/4 take Geneva unfurnished :2BR I'.BA.Stean. ft Sun., May 30 & 31, 8 until sundown. HELP WANTED
millwright., project managers, drivers, FLEETWOOD mobile home. 14 X 60. EFFICIENCY COTTAGE for masons, plumbers, laborers Will train 2 BR, 1 BA. Take over $154.99 monthly month. Utilities, furnished, one or two refrigerator lake Geneva Rentals, RR6383 Vassar Drive, Highridge PART-TIME MATURE LADY mature lady
some positions. Top Pay! Transcontinental payments 782.3960 or 964-5767 after 5 people. Hwy 100 South. 964-7255..... 4732919. 2tchg 5-28-O/< Estates. Itchg 5/28. for child core and light housekeeping.
Job Search (308) 382-3700 f... p.m. 5/28 Itpd 6 p.m. 5/28 Itpd 2 BR HOME clean, unfurnished, dock CAR PORT SALE Fri.>Sot., May 29&30, Children well-behaved. Ages 5 S 9.
fcan 87203. 191014 X 70. 2 BR, 2 bath. Call 468-1583 $ISO PER MONTH for one bedroom with" a beautiful view of Lake Geneva. riding; lawn mower, hot water heater Must be 100 percent dependable.
MOTIVATOR/INSTRUCTOR to conduct after 5 p.m. 5/28 Itpd house within city ._". 964-5139.5/28 Boat dock., stove ft refrigerator.Call to stereo TV building materials, tires, Reference a must. Phone 473.2210
"Zero Down" Seminars. $5000 10.000 CHAMPION DOUBLEWIDE 1.120sq. ft., Itpd see today. take Geneva Rentals househod items. 6539 Immokalee Rd. Thurs., Fri.. or Mon. 95.
per month. 2O8-237-3IOO, extension $250 per month 5% down call collect SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL .....-- 4732919. luchg 528. '/ mile off SR 21. Itpd 5/28. KENNEL HELPER Sat. S Sun. mornings,
391 weekdays, 8.5 mtn. daylight time. 1.272.6827.5/28 Itchg Special". $59.95 per couale. includes 5 FOR RENT- 3BR. 2BA.home,central heat FRI. a SAT., May 29 30. Postmaster 6301130.: $4 per hour. 4737682. Itpd
Icon 87-204 BARGAIN HUNTERS. NEW 14 X 56 Champion days 4 nights, deluxe AC room, large and air, new carpet anaclrted garage, corner of 6th Ave. and Rd. 214. 5/21.
HELP ON EGG FARM Salary and housing fully furnished central air pool. For children odd $8 per child sax Geneva Lake Estates. $A6S per ........... Village 5/28 Itpd RETIRED PERSON to work occasionally
furnished. 0468.1926.5/28 Itchg unbeatable buy. $795 down $175 per not included. Must present this od. 475 2306. llchg 5/28. at Package Center. 4737683. 2tchg

MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE ft Home Nursing month call Jerry Collect, 12726827. 9645006. Also pool open Mon. Fri. ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 521528.
onoortunltles for RN'.. LPN'.. CNA's 8nursing 5/28 Itchg $1.505/28 Itpd BR .........with I acre, furnished- weekly HOMES FOR SALE PART-TIME VAN DRIVER needed chauf for
have valid
students as part of the SantaFe 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES, priced at dealer 1 BR APT., air conditioned modern. monthly call collect 904-246-416O Keystone area. Must
Healthcare team. Your choice of days, cost. Will deliver and set up. Financing BRADFORD VILLAGE APTS.. large or 73o 2440. 4/9 "Ring' NEW BRICK HOME 4BR, 2BA, 2600 sq. fer license. Apply at Clay County Council
shifts 8 areas. Coll Wellness Personnel available. Call Bill collect 12726827. shaded walled patio. Call 964 8601. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: IV ft., fireplace, sunken living room, on Aging, 604 Walnut Street Green
Registry at 338.2146 for immediate op 5/28 Itchg 5/28 Itpd baths CH/A. close to town. breakfast nook very nice, many extras. Cove Springs, Florida 284-5978 or
portunities. EOE. 3/12 Hn NEAR GRAHAM 1 large trailer. completely $250'month. 4732566.5/21 2Khg' 5/28 Terry Hall Homes, 4755037. 4tchg 473-2112 ext. 540. Equal Opportunity

REAL ESTATE LICENSING Only $195: Call FOR SALE furnl....... $60 per week. NEW TOWNHOUSE near school in 521611. Employer. 4tchg 528618.

1-755-4040, N.F. Real Estate College. 485-1371. 5/21 Itchg Keystone. .........., C Pecan. 2 BR. KEYSTONE 2000 plus sq. ft., spaciousrooms MOTHER'S HELPER for young boy. Good
shaded lot carport 'fenced
4/16 tfnchg RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 month
: per IS bath stove, refrigerator ftdishwasher for responsible teen. Must
APPLICATIONS lorcashier. ELECTRIC GUITARS 2 KRAMER guitar..ndor.ed 59500. CHIAPPINI REAL ESTATE summer job
PEP-O TAKING and Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker-
up. and
furnished. Attached Afternoons
be swimmer.
Edward Van Halen. 1 good
but not by yr. Realtors. Melrose 475-1269.
Experience helpful Owner at 964-5069 or 964-4048 TF
far between 12 and 1
Call
473-3681 tmen. weekends. 473.2387
>
oppoir
with Hot Duncan garage.
Apply at Pep-O 620 S. old "Stryker" Seymore CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS live near KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES 3BR. 2BA,
necessary.
and case $250. Also one 5/28 3tchg 611PROPERTY detached p.m. weekdays. 5/28 Itchg
pickup home fireplace workshop
5/2B
.
Walnut St. 5/14 3tchg your work. We hove a mobile home to
Florida. "Focus" model w/hordshell case 49500. CHIAPPINI REAL ESTATE
TRAIL RESTAURANT. Lawtey, suit your every need. Call us
Employment Opportunity. We will betaking $300. Regularly $370 and $520 at music 1.468.1323.2/12 tin FOR SALE Realtors Melrose, 4151269.Claulfled .
.. Perfect condition. Call 964-6305
,
applications and interviewingfor 'ar. 3 BR MH FOR RENT IN COUNTRY $175
the following positions: Asst. or 4734380. ask for Mark. 2/26 tfn per month plus deposit. Now taking
INSTRUMENTS As low as IB ACRES rich form land. Ftorohomo.owner .
Manager trainee, lull and part-time MUSICAL application. Call 964-5734 after 4 p.m. financing. $26 OOO. R-T. lovorn Ads
month. Call 964 6946. Hn 1
breakfast and $14.99 per {
waiters and waitresses, 4/23 tfnchg
Realtor. 473-3254. ash for Aggie Rolm. Get Results
roll farm.
at
evening line cooks, cooks helper dish HAY ALICIA $15 per miles of TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with central evenings I 659 2546. 2 chg 2864...
available. 7 west
washers. Apply in person only. Wayne Delivery heat S air. $250/monm. 9644831.: 5/21 Train 10 be 0
Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins.
Norman, manager. Equal Opportunity 2tchg 5/28
Employer 5/28 2tchg 6/4 9648356. 11/13 tfnchg FOR SALE OR RENT in ........d. small' WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL -
GENERAL OFFICE DUTIES. Apply Brad HANOI HOUSE metal like new 10x12or trailer on small lot. Call 4963354. 5/28 5 Room for the price of 4 Living. BRS
Call between 12.2
ford Furniture on Hwy 301. No phone 6x10 portable. Itpd PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
calls. 5/28 2tchg 6/4 p.m. or after 6 p.m. 1221 Bradford St.. TRAILERS FOR RENT 1 one bedroom EDM Start locally -time/part-time..
LEGAL SECRETARY NEEDED for law firm. Tom Bement. 9646439. 5/21 2tchg 5/28 trailer and 1 compact trailer. sleeps 4. -o-n9ywoot..lLowa.ow. m /|05 Train on live airline computers.
Call CARRIER AIR CONDITIONER 3 ton, Arty Room Hell) I Scotchoard Available
Real Estate experience preferred. Lost Volley Campground 9645760. and resident training
Home study
trailer unit. Token on trade for larger Senior Citizen Discount No Mrfeoqe; Chvr e Free Advice .
chg tin 5/28 ItpdOFFICE Job
9648939. 5/28 Financial aid available place.ment
:301 QUICK STOP accepting applicationsfor unit. Cleaned serviced, and ready to SPACE AVAILABLE old houseon Call 964.4997s __,.... assistance. National headquarters. -
clerk apply 2Vi miles South 301. go. $450. Call Wayne Kinney 964-8786. East Madison St. Will restore to suit lse_Ie. C..a.w.-r.a.a.s.wr_s..e .._.......... Lighthouse Point, Fl.
..
Itchg 5/28 s fcM OlsWMBMr term.
5/28 itpdHOUSEKEEPER tenant. 9648012. 5/28 Itpd CARPnCLEANING A.C.T. RAVEL SCHOOl
Farmoll! cub tractor FLORIDA & DYE CO.
MATURE NON. FARM EQUIPMENT MOBILE HOME lots of trees, breakfast
SMOKING lady to do general housekeeping sweeps, fertilizer hopper planter bar on GriHis loop 468-2374. 5/28
able sickle bar mower double disk plow.
be to
and cleaning. Must Itchg ACCRFOrIFO MEMBER N H S C
work full time and occasional Satur $1650.782.3872.5/21 3HH 6/4
Local references required. SIGNS FROM $2391 lighting optional. CAMPBELL'S
days.964-4269.5/28 Itpd Flashing arrow signs$2971 6'of 8"sites BUSINESS TJ'SLAWN SERVICE"We
available. Choice of red or black. War. OPPORTUNITIESOWN ELECTRONICS
ASSOCIATE Applications are
CLINICAL Can locally. 8OO423OI63.anytime PrideIn KEVSTONE-MELROSE Beautiful Lake
see Put
being accepted for this vacancy at New ranty. fcan 87.206 132 E. Call Sf.-9o4-404S Bedford) Rare opportunity on this

River Correctional Institution! In 1000 TONING TABLES SLENDERQUEST YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Warranty Service Center Your Lawn" large skiable lake, 5 BR, 2 Bath home
Raiford., Salary Range is $22,976 to PASSIVE EXERCISERS Highest Quality STORE: choose from Jean/sportswear, For Most Brands with guest cottage covered picnic
$37,772 annually. Qualifications are Immediate delivery. 1.800.2286292. ladies apparel, miens childr..I_'... Keystone Heights Starke area, partially furnished.
certification as a physician's assistantor Estimates for R.poir.tv&Microwes$15* Unbelieveably priced at $55,000.
fcan 87-211 pity, large ii,.., petite, Melrose areasA73.022
a advanced registered nurse practlcloner. 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAl-WOLFF. SAVE UP dancewear/oerobic, bridal. lingerie ofaccessories KEYSTONE HEIGHTS lakefront you

For information call Peggy TO 50%.Call for FREE Color Catalogue store. Add color conoI,.... VOTs ft. Stereo System $25 can afford Enloy this 3BR 1 V4BA well
Richardson at ((904)) 964-8968 ext. 510 Wholesale Prices. Commercial & Brands: Liz Claiborne, Gasoline, maintained, home on Ige. lot with 80'
or send state application to New River Residential& Units. 18002286292. fcan Healthtex. Levi). Lee Camp Beverly We Repair Small No Job Too Big Or Small I waterfront. Beautiful view from deck,
Corr.ctiunallnslltullon. P.O. Box 333 87.210 Hills St. Michele' 0-... Outback Red Household Appliances B *'n." and Residential room to roam but not too far from
Raiford, Florida 32083. Equal Opportunity town. $35,000.KEYSTONEMELROSE.
OVERHAULED 4 bolt 350 Corvette Genesis Forenzo Organically Grown,
Employer.5/28 Itchg engine. Complete fan to transmission over 2000 others. Or $13.99 One Price Senior Citizen DiscountsBROADWAY Just reduced!

LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE Applications new crank, cam forged pistons, etc., Designer Multi-tier pricing discount or 3BR 2 Bath, orgy efficient, home
are being accepted for LPN to be stand. Can start 964 8662. len family shoe store. Retail prices double garage, family room with
on
employed as Correctional Medical Beville. 5/28 Itpd unbelievable for quality shoes. normally fireplace tree shaded lot, priced right
Technician-Certified at New River Correctional NEW RED POTATOES. $9 per bushel. Coll priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 GAGNOIVReBuilders wt .8t at 59500.
Institution In Raiford. Requires 9645088. 5/28 llpd brands 2600 .ty..... 14.800 to $>>.900: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Drastically
curr.nt licensure as a practicalnurse. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER both in good Inventory training fixtures, grand & WALTERS Reduced, 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home on
For Information call Peggy condition. $100. Ph. 782-3692 opening airfare, etc. Can open IS over an acre, ideal for young or old.
Richardson ((904)) 964.8968 ext. 51O or or running will trade both for good running days. Mr. Keenan ((305) 3686)6. hod Bulldozer Work TREE SERVICE Gadara Cemetery' Rd., $13,500.

send state application to New River washing machine. 5/28 Itpd 5/28 Culverts Installed' Removal FOR RENT 2: 1.5 mobile In Clay Co.
P.O. Box 333
Correctional Institution 1 ACRE LOT with doublewide mobile Fill Dirt ft Top Soil' $225 per month 3/2 Lake Brooklyn
Raiford, Florida 32083. Equal Opportunity home well septic tank $30.000. Ph. LOSTFOUNDFOUND Trimming house month to month $475.
Employer. 5/28 tchg 964.4602 after 5 p.m. 5/28 4tchg 6/18 9645414If Stump Removal 473.7653473.4816

4X8 FLAT BED TILT TRAILER $30O. made No Answer
I Keystone
: 1 MALE BLACK POODLE Firewood
to haul lawn mower, 964-4464.
special female blonde chihuahua, found Saturday 473-2272 G'vllle
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SWEET 5/28 Itchg POTATOES DRAWS Phone night. Call 964-4701 after 9 p.... 9648010David Free Estimate 282.1300 Jax

RENTLEASESALEFOR 9646521. 5/28 Itpd 5/28 llchg 473-7097-473-7679

4 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE. Full bed great

LEASE 2,000 sq. It., 301 South nextto condition, 964-5975 or 964-8012. 5/28 - After 5P.M.Keystone .
United Realty 964.88 8, 964 8447 Itpd Heights

or eves, 4733627. 4/16 tfnchg ft.commercial HIMALAYAN CAT.I'/t Registered old. mole$150., I Paint & Body Shop Licensed & Insured .-
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 2.000 sq. flame point years Lawson a. J -- ..... I
building on Hwy. 301 In Registered female, seal points, two
downtown Sfarke. 964-5139.5/21 2tchg years old. $150. Negotiable. Phone Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
9647569. 5/28 Itpd
5/28 12 FT. CAMPER Coll 964-6767. 5/28 CR 22' NW 28th St. '"-61 ? -

ItchgKflNE m t11 Remodeling and Repairs

.- I Room Addition *Home Repairs

$ Re-Roofing Electrical Repairs

Get the Bull off your house-Call Gator Painters ((1 Free Estimates* vote bass 4 Mxe.

CYCLE REPAIRCycle r. 96-1-8167 t Call Fred Stafford 485-1952 bu"e"'eir.d

Repslr Psrts Accessories 12__ ".

Free E. m<-roo/eool ali-preure trash-minor repairsC.v.vhs
eU.S.301 N. 964-5805 (. MTe.ndiagTe
CYPRESS MULCHand

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Mayon MT 0-U

Full Face $4t.50 FOR SALE PINE BARKYou
'
Helmet S39.95 Open Tuesday ,

thru Saturday Fill Dirt Top Soil pick-up or We Deliver !

Snell Helmet OH Filler

Full Face $I.l5 15 Yrs. Experience Large or Small Loads of Limerock"Tractor Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery ,

ti..oa Work Backhoe Bulldozer Cypress Lumber :


All Repair on Cycle. iS ATV' II 12N 143A Batt.ries 12N12AIA1 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095 964-6649

Tune Ups Discount Parts 8 ACC || .M.,5 $24.'5 I .

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Umon County Ad '1 Updated Text Books Are Needed, Say TeachersNew

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MORCE LAND FOR SALE English, spelling, and social a Phono-Visual System used to workon to purchase the new books. SLD> d ..- a wry pmsrtineiwrd
textbooks were on the minds of word sounds. It will take$46,000 to$50,000 to buy at 5E!:. D8daNrd trial. lie atlUd

Co1IIIIIfII".ll&WIImSING Thmdd bt.... WOODED LOT 9 ACESmore or U...) In Starke Elementary teachers Tues- Principal Wayne McLeod said the the new books countywide said that a fcacf-fomtorxf I**** at the end
itwH. dS a ttiw Uniovn Cwrty Tim.*> o. Providence, Contact Tampa day night, May 26, when the school Phono-Visual System is not too expensive Supt. Duncan, who has been tryingto of the fcjadtrgwibesi woof tue tomfool
flo Im wrtttrng and) pad) .... adwmc ISI3)( ) 8 -S030. Mr*. Evelyn Hamilton. board met there for a pre-budget and can probably be handled !. buy one set of books such as and Mr. Knodutt K4 nram be
wit**** erwdlr* II iv atraariyr obllh.* 9/7 4tcha. 9/28: listening workshop. by the school. But SE budget does reading, each year. Currently, the reworked tar ttw 'OMayftrte; SU
wrHhthr.aHloarr1StE not allow for textbooks. school board.does not know bow to diIL
TOWS' SniMF CANNOT H MCUMBPONSIBIC > CARS/TRUCKS The social studies books are from Supt. Jim Duncan, as he has explained play because it is not yet known bow .Fut u431ge .... ".:" I trot ..'4tnuuMraliwe -
HM "MISTANIS IMOrMBmnS the 1960s, when she was in school, at every school, said the much money the school district will vtog. .fern. cnovtrttcbcn -
MW0.MX TMCIM OVERT said second grade teacher Linda school system is trying to standardize receive from the state. is JUIA ti rfjian ii tty IrnttCaastnuctotm
*1'II.IPMCJNL 1972 FORD P100 PICKUP 302: engine, n.oJ Patterson King. "I mean, the cars the curriculum and have Principal Wayne McLeod handed Co MfLtuxi e.aerabes
CTInoflvdl dmaU\mf\ i I. TUE5OAV, "..... $650. Call 496-3307 9/21 :2tpd. (in the books) are no longer on the students in different schools using out a of request for the coming he eoFt of 'S'Mlt!>.
NIaTJ1M.po4ortaThwsdq. paidlreda.mMIiW : 9/2B: road. The students laugh at the pictures the same books. So far, math and school year. The school board listened -
volt-3el.T5wmd-tarS3,3O. CADILLACS. MERCEDES. PORSCHE ETC. ," said Ms. King. Fourth grade reading books have been purchased discussed, but promised nothing. Mcf end Lhaelkerl ttte 6tra.vl bard
titer,r6 rtsfm<-.t''h..-.11_. Direct from Gov.rnm.nt. Seized In .
instructor Annette
The SE list
McClellan also countywide.Two : for Ube new wattka.***. Oaf EKW adtniautrMnf
drug raid. Available your area. Save spoke of the new for new textbooks.Ms. weeks ago, a local Textbook jaite. and tut liar opconung -
HEAT ESTATE Thousands 1(216)453-3000( ) ext. King also asked that money Committee adopted English, spelling .Gang bathrooms, a big health partuog: tat farrmg. earl
A3378. 9/28: 2tpd. 64LOST spent each year on phonics and social studies books, said concern. Principal McLeod suggests ft'PoI.'Ulg.Slf-.iI beard auonfccr ten
EmtIsG. cleawEatirEuIGFPROFeltTIrlPGdanth.r.ItS! workbooks, which are mostly Asst. Principal Mike Hartley. Now itI'PmalnR additional toilets behind the new administration Sd4_ esl.ewed pi ezt'e.MMathe
; VII find:1..Ju8t' reading, be switched to purchase of to rums up with. fh. mrmr building. neaOSy: txtimu..
calk JANE: S. USHER REALTOR.4V& .
aw 4 RHOOISION RIDCE8ACK DOG Brown
: < nr I REAUOMJ' male, 90 Ibe. white cheit notch In leftear
brok.n tooth. Call 489-1969. 9/28: I
HOMES Itfr/ltchg. Former Starke Man Named by Methodist BishopBishop


COMSMMBMr HOMES FROM P (U MOBILE HOME
smmrt), tMlmptanf tajv ,property.Call WITH ACREAGE G. Hunt, Jr. and the Gammon Theological Seminary, in religion and philosophy from member' Ute Jeuat) Reranr Carr
""'" as4arrn r(805)6HT-6OOa.( )) cabinet of the Florida Conferencehave Atlanta. Wesleyan College, Macon Ga.. and mIttJPie acid.a mueh tA I1'JJe 4ssnrleommrttete
1I>.4L&foI nDlo: t6.aur.nrr.pali.t I !fI7 appointed three district For three years he taught school in master of Christian education and as erdarrd Mmsesry
8lpdtr673am.E DOUILI WIDE AND BEAUTIFUL WOOD. superintendents in the United the Starke school system. He and his master of divinity degrees from
Davit, a South CmnUbeja matte.
-- ED ACRE only 3 miles from RMC. Priced Methodist church for 198788. wife, Doretha Kelly of New River, Garrett Evangelical Theological ,
._ was nlaiaexl C'Wn11II
II UiIR.w.Iuc..t fOr quick :3 for Immediate tale by owner. Call The three new appointees are: have three children and three grand- Seminary, Evanston Ill- x* tee
OR:;/i1M\.CHft%&.arg.ICIf' only I StT.SOU Wertern Xcrl* Cwwfira ere4ersvcw
: 496-2434: Ernest Peacock. 9/21:
3tchg. Alonzo children.He She has served senior ministerof
Richard Davis West Palm as
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ZSfrw Beach District; Roosevelt Dell, Jr., has pastored churches in Crescent Wesley Memorial United Church BB UKZ
Lakeland District and Charlene City Hastings St. in Fort Myers since June 1964.
Augustine
vM/Rlb/ 1m&6lYnMNG,.Lowly.. ham.' hr REAL ESTATE ,
dtlrwsrdtyrwei.r**>*mr, motivated? Payne Kammerer, Tallahassee Tampa and West Palm Beach and is Before that she was campus He attended Atimj Offegr,
..1.%. SZn.SOGL Outlaw RvaltyOarl OUT OF AREA District. completing his fifth year as pastor of minister Duke University.She has "' bDUr'P". Ky_ ;acid enwfloaced trim
9btt4SJ'Jt 51 3 F1d+T The Rev. Dell is the son of Rev. Ebenezer United Methodist Churchin also served as pastor of Belmont Candler Sdb8IMI. flee LT. Emory
Roosevelt Dell Sr. of Starke and attended Jacksonville.The Park United Methodist Church. VmTtft'Slt AHMBU. ... >wsi
Fell SAtE NORTH CAROLINA school in Starke. He Rev. Kammerer becomes the Clearwater and associate pastes of
MOUNTAINS
graduated from Stanton High Schoolin first woman to serve as a district Arlington United Methodist Church He has pat nd ctamjhr .n Sf!
2.9 Acre* located In the mountains, dandy Jacksonville.He superintendent in the conference. Jacksonville. PMeestaag.Bsardtts.e. Kuwee oar.Ormond .
BUAeOTM IISP AND IIIGNZE TURKEYS stream, good ac..s, ready to build attended Bethune-cookman Kammerer, a Florida native, was Peach and MUatSmiii HFBcmnptfjag
amt-..ha* lc.Call aft ,7P.M., on good garden spot own.r needs to College, Daytona Beach, and Morris ordained a deacon in 1975 and an Kammerer is chairwoman of the bits Mcmod j ar ass
4Wa3Ee1o-IRpds 5e ZgW4N sell. $9,800 pay 1800. down assume Brown Colelge Atlanta. Dell earneda elder in 1977. Florida Conference Board of Higher ended ., the Lkkefand
,, li 1P .FOOW MUJROTr SIT t.ilo. loam master of divinity degree from She has a bachelor of arts degree Education and Campus Ministry a trial
mi* Inthxtat X cnte -.-.. curtain House 2 bedroom 1 bath S mile from
and' va ancS I lamp; claps pail all.maiall town, 'lovely" setting, lorg. deck
critter Mm_> _: tmnipv pad, overlooking mountain Excellent loca

durrurH* : _OTt.ir.sJ85.Oa af;v ail plaaiM: Call Rana d,fWTSiaCnwm for Man 39900., built In, cabinets pay $7.000 very down private assume, all 7th Annual Musical Hosted by Riverland Music ClubBy I

Jttl 5211I,...art*Jf( 3ry of 496.200B.: richg loam

12 acres, short distance from Murphy
good garden spot ready to build on. Sue Davis Kathleen Lennon, Katie Fitzgerald, resided with the Henry Harrell family Rowtbng and MB Joey
FCIIRENT Owner said sell. 12800.: pay 2800.: Riverland Maria Bonesio, Lori Hendrick. while in the United States.Kerctin Mr. sari Mrs. Ctarfce Gmfgf ofGaineMiCe
downpayment assume loon. Music,.. Brianne Fitzgerald, Tina Registerand was asked what would she roost and Ckuflaf's'!!-,tar did
DRAKE AND WUMBKJUSC STACK Lake front lots deep water Ioland The Kiverland Music Club hosted Honor Martin. want to take back home with her and mother. emma C8iarShr.4 ft Me-
,i4im*.biirU:, no r County.: Timer! Building ready to build on, paved road county the 7th annual Sunday afternoon A variety of selections were per- she replied 'Peanut Butter. We Coy and Mrs. ftnut KM/MS*Hampton
att ISC W r **rom Call Va.:22aC!, for water, underground utilities, very musical on May 3 at the Fellowship formed on violin, piano, flutes and cannot buy this in our stores at fake Estates: m.m the Ssmrftay
mmendormdtnm tfmOISMMSITHOMBlln3Wrr desirable lots. 44000.. pay 8000. Baptist Church in Raiford. some vocal. Following the home." Kerstin said she had made guests of Sue Daw
V (Wcaly fur- down assume loan. The Riverland Music Club, a "Musical" refreshments were serv- so many friends while here and
nat.aq. alp l .-0. central "timer and!! These or. a few of over 2.000 listings member of the National Federationof ed in the Church Fellowship Hall. visited so many places it was hard DES Spring Cwarrrt...
DOl pools prnmrF roadV laundry and: W. have all types of property from music clubs held this event in Around Town. to say which she enjoyed the most.
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I>IIriIo avgjaaindi Near.ctnal'.. .,.,... $700 per acre and up. W. have small observance of National Music Week Breaker >awnu > hJ its annual
.mefmtlItt RNBSWT2r.a.tlake8i : tracts large tracts cabins, houses old which was May 310. The theme for Recently Mrs. Edna Harrell was Mr. and Mrs. Lane Goodson of Spnag Cwuxrt Ma TlnnrKJUy,.
lam dill 4 .Z3ai> TWo children farm, lake front lots etc. Write or coil the 64th annual observance of National blessed with another day of enjoyingthe Lakeland and Mrs. Hazel Carton April 23.M s4i.rtxs K-* parW -
mm. amtn tkchayrtrrS2TKunflfrex : today for a free listing brochure. You Music Week is "Music- thing she loves to do the returned home Saturday after a tKipatad tn Sta.d! Tjfrf!
> pMTMe 'r Two bedroom can call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421( ) Never Ending Joy". most..cooking..as family and week in Greenville Tenn., visiting fttI'bfmr : n *
,. boats ST7OJ manttr, plus SIOOCatl Write or call today. 4/16 lOtpd. 6/18 friends gathered in her home here in the Tony Narkarvicz and Tom Carr alike emy.yrA tangmig. wH lfaoWlf1r!
:aa.-tI ;HSfOT.. rrnthg; S(2Trw Those performing were studentsof Brooker. Visitors for the day were families. While there they attendedthe such as c- man slue KM&T"Coaun .
<:9 maam. 26Tie HOUSC toss s. INSURANCEMAINES Anita Countryman, Vera Clyatt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Finucan Mr. and 193 graduation exercise at the Round tt* Wwm&aMT and
.den_ ..... ..rf-. Adults only.CmIJ Nell Mann and Dene Ward. Masterof Mrs. Henry Harrell and daughter Oldest Presbyterian College in the "'Gbr.t Rjden n she Sfejr fihavn
:;: J TSETSE! !; after X f'."'. rfrr/cho,. INSURANCE AGENCY :25 E. Ceremonies Don Williams Christie, all of Starke, Mrs. Hilda Southeast Tusclun University. Tom Thompson, JeuM Wastbsio. Sbot
SSS: Mail Street, Lake Butler, 496.3979.Campl.t. welcomed everyone to the event and Fussell and children Robbie. Holly Carr graduated with !high honors Stafford and XUUSefll Gaor sere
. < G4CCMC: US OUT* O nn rental Insurance Service. 4/10 fin gave a devotional. and Katie of Jacksonville, Mr. and and received a degree Science. The featured: *ul-ts Syuoat te&bffxs.
_I _nDi*>rad9 NT, yaw pay "schedulereNS Those performing were Adam Mrs. John Fussell of Keystone, Mr. Goodsons and Mrs. Carlton enjoyed were the Br **r iresahrs '*VMIM
I k. SB-1*; i itur worth or SRIOa( !in. Faircloth, Michelle Lennon, Allyson and Mrs. Dewitt Thomas and an outing to Hollywood' of""Crau yirJ: a** "' '*' **rmcipal : -
.Lab* Satan Coit: 49a236fcttrrcrig.. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Beutke, Jeanette Fairchild, James daughters Amanda and Olivia of Recent guest at the Jake Keene E!JQ Jld'.; e 411I The! i$I.1LIr aorf
5Z1 RENT/LEASE Smith, Darlene Seay, Carrie LaCrosse, Ruby Hodges of Brooker home were Mrs. Linda VanWay and Bill MrKae. Sr wo mwwiwm BES
:3 ant.6 WWII coil ao3aS eoenings.MCaitE Crawford,Josh Suggs, Will Douglas, and last but not least Kerstin son Robert, Mrs. Joyce McKenZIe music diroekr CwnOe Sttwtioumplanped.
53 OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Kelly Leach Loree Lennon, Curtis Winkelman, an exchange student and children and Mr. and Mr Jim .rttenrtot' and owc beaXHl
Located in Union County Times Clyatt Joy Cason, Shantel Howard, from Erftstadt, West Germany,who Cook, all of Tampa Mrs. Jackie this cpecaal rvett-

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60 Hendyir rmnV* speciai. Goadl! and tions for a county committee election must come from agricultural production Call l l 964-7 1O9&W.edit .... rots TMs.. i4w, S.f. 10'S:JO
tonic! SI Bsm-.ache) PINS SHISt, lahi About half the populationof for Baker. Columbia and Union ), be a citizen of the United
EUdw[ 4W6.2766 tfncha *:3ttftANTS : America over the age counties. States or an alien lawfully admittedto
of three wears glasses. this notice is issued to inform eligible the United States for permanent U-Pick-Bluoberry Season is Near!
voters of the right to nominate residence, not have an FmHA in-
candidates by petition. Copies of the sured or ruaranleed loan, ane be Begins by June 1 st
For Professional petition and instruction on its completion qualified for committee work.
mines! OHOHOX AND MUMS Ported! ," can be obtained from your Put Your Handcrafted ItemIn
parrri NWvnv,. JII3SL Cal 4963087.HEt Horse Care ). local FmHA office. Nominations must be received at Our
Consignment Shop
53 2tcttsA 66. > Persons nominated should be cur the local FmHA office no later that
Richard'sHrseshoeing rently engaged in the operation of a June 10, 1987. FmHA committee "All Nature Sings of Jesus
farm, jave their principal farming elections are open to all eligble
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?WANTED operation within the county or area coters without regard to race, color,
in which activities of the county or religion, national orgin, age,
,t endBlacksmith area committee are carried out, political affiliation, marital status,
SMPBIBeCHS! LECAU SBOrTTABy I Ir Mot derive the principal part of thie in- sex, and/or handicap.
>pe>ax Lars 60 correcf wards permrnuMt3n /
,_fhand, 1 ribs_dimt> Mtrprheraenerat public. 462-2648 eSJ
rremrlneimiiei '.gal Secrerary. r>.O.Sx USAF Timothy Parker I

. !35:.mI IO9 Catr.Cty Ff. :3303fc.: Ftchg. Arachua Promoted to Major .

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I'1.1 Timothy A. Parker, son of Edward' Base Group.His .
; of North Florida and Nancy Parker of Jacksonville, wife, Esther,is the daughter of
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W.uw8eautub&C.mp.ny .o>master in building and remodeling and Force to the rank of major.
..........., -' erHeJerrr-custom aluminum and vinyl window built to Parker is a civil engineering of- Parker received a master's
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Hampton financial requests reasonable, Supt. Duncan says !


by Buster Rahn Estimated cost: $1,000 Supt. Duncan said legal requirements other staff members. All ESE parisona with former tests far the ,said Duncan.
OCT Staff WriterSUperintendent Construct walls around the stage. preclude doing that, but students are not retarded but may same period in the school year.' lIE will...it*7th grade this fall,
Jim Duncan says The stage is used for instructional the school board can sell the timber, have learning disabilities In specific Supt. Duncan said this is die first decreasing enroament by some 30
the request for capital outlay items purposes, and permanent walls are put the receipts in the general fund, areas, may be experiencing disrup- year HE enrollment has inmimif students, whicb should alleviate
presented by Hampton ElementaryHE needed for sound proofing and improved and purchase the fence, essentially tive situations in their homes, or stabilized rather than dropping during some ciupJeU classrooms A portable
( ) Principal Mary Ann Kyle is learning area. Estimatedcost doing the same thing.Superintendent may have congenital problems as the middle of the year. wh clJMruum: may be considered
reasonable. The request was madeto : 2000. Duncan advisedMs. result of pre-natal drug use by their enrollment remaining essentially for HE after next years workload is
members of the school board Additional shelves for library. Kyle to contact Lewis Timer mothers. the same at the end of the year'as at said Demean.
Thursday. May 21, during the The school has more books than can Co., or any other timber buyer, and Supt. Duncan said Identifying the beginning. There seems to be m> Mrs Clark requested parents to
board's pre-budget round-robin visit be accommodated on the present determine if there is a market for children for the ESE program seemsto logical explanation for Hampfon to contact teachers when the CTBS test
to HE to hear needs of the school shelves, which are only 4-5 ft. high. the timber,and the estimated value. be never-ending, but it isn't con- begin with 230 students in results are sent out. Interpreting
first hand, from the principal, Additional shelving may be added to Superintendent Duncan said later, fined to Bradford County. It is a problem and drop to less than am tea remits is complicated, and
teachers and parents. the top of existing shelves. "Ms. Kyle's requests are state-wide and nation-wide. by January, but this has been the teachers will be glad to assist
Principal Kyle requested a list of 7 Estimated cost: $500. reasonable, and "do not representany The CTBS testing program Is not case in prior years. A stahiliwJ; parents in properly evaluating theirchild's
items,with an additional item added Re-tile bathrooms, floors and luxury items. mandatory, says Duncan, but in enrollment will make it easier to progress.
walls. The bathrooms are floored order to qualify for certain additional -
later consideration the board.
by
and Other Issues... funding, the is
The board, chaired by veteran with terrazo, a very hard testing required --
member Rodney Hall, was non- durable material, but it has become First grade teacher Jean Clark and testing by local teachersis
committal concerning the request, pitted and difficult to clean, leavingthe spoke at length on several concerns, not acceptable. The timing of the
in keeping with its policy of waiting bathrooms with unpleasant including lack of adequate test could be changed, but only by a
until all schools have been visited, odors. The exhaust fans are activated classroom space, the Comprehensive few weeks,since test results must be
and needs are known county-wide, by the light switches Test of Basic Skills (CTBS)1 the received before the end of the school
before making any decisions for therefore, the fans aren't running allthe teachers workload year,to serve any purpose.The tests
time, as they should, Ms. Kyle maintenance and special education. have been administered in March
capital The following outlay items.items were asked said, which contributes to the odor for the past several years. Duncan All Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A.
problem. Estimated cost: $300. Supt. Duncan said some issues said, providing excellent com- '
for: Thermofax Copier. The school were raised for the first time, while TRUCK TIRES MULTI MILE
Extend covered walkways out to has a copier, but it is not as versatileas others have been around for a long GRAN PRIX Ills GLASS BELTED
the bus loading area.Ms.Kyle 3
says while. Some and will be
needed, said Ms. Kyle. Estimatedcost things can 31x1050x1S-------
busses serve the school, and a : $1.000.Desks looked into, and corrected, if need P155.7581429.00 Z
covered walkway is needed on both be,while some things are beyond the 31x11SOx1S------- P24S.75g11---------- '
sides, to protect children during inclement and Chairs. Routine control of local administrators. FLA.TWIN THEATRE 33x12.50x1S------- P215-7S8I4.._ .. . 33.00 >
weather when entering or replacement of worn-out equipmentis In 1978 the "Prep Program" was Starke 964.5451 SxISLT . . -:5tjW P205-75815------ *31.00
exiting buses. Estimated cost: requested by Ms. Kyle. Estimatedcost undertaken with federal funds, to
$5,000. : $2,000. lower pupil-teacher ratios in K-3 *Open Pf5.7581535.00 *
Clear and fence perimeter of Walk-in Cooler. This item was added grades Bradford County added 10 Every Night* .00 Extra to Balance Tire P23S-7581S: _. 38.00 % -
playground. HE sits on 10-11 acres of to the list during the meeting, teachers, with each elementary Front End Alignment *9.95
land, with a large part of the with no estimate of cost, since thereis school in the county getting at least NOW SHOWING g.ln
With Pud.un 01 Set ofT..... "
grounds behind the building. The the possibility of moving one in one additional first grade teacher. EDDIE MURPHY m mmlm | ,. A C-P'-,.
field behind the building is used by from another school. Ms. Kyle said Since 1978, the funds have remained Pre-Season A/C Special 10.95 ..,.102-- .eo"
non-school personnel at night and on most commodities are now frozen, constant, but teacher's salaries and I. -! LS .
week-ends, for parking, and other rather than being canned, and requires cost of materials have gone up, requiring : riadial XL Multi Mile Whitewall
uses. Trash, including cans and bottles additional freezer space. the county to increase its a... s ...air
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are left behind, says Ms. Kyle. Timber grows on some 3 acres contribution to the program. .uu..u.u.. iwuw '
Snakes have been found in the behind the school, and the questionwas Identifying student prospects for ...-.-.--- ;:pi65soB-u . .. ..? .u.. u.. .. WM Wheel
underbrush. Cleaning up the under. raised concerning the possibility the Exceptional Students Education Sorry No Pa.s*s or Coupon P195756.11.'n... Bearings
brush and fencing the area would of cutting the trees and applyingthe program (ESE) requires participation 'P205 7511-14 dJ) .
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SAT. SUN or Rear Front End AlignmentCorbett's
has a negative impacton ting, believes Dr. Biggers, who says, A series of monthly lectures Showtlm.1 8:45 & 10:30rEi /MKE:
children, according to Dr. Trisha "When we truly communicate with relative to parenting and family 4495 _r.rrwar.-.a..rar.rrawfr_. rwa .... ..--N,
Biggers, UF Ph.D. psychologist, our children in a loving, caring, relations, are planned in the fall, ..... -rr.r a..r..1 was
who presented her philosophy on helpful manner, we build a lasting, sponsored by the Bradford County LETHALWEAPON _._-..r...w..c..-a- Orr..,-a __---:
parenting Tuesday evening May 19, nurturing relationship, which is at Parent Education Committee. The r..r.-N...:OCr r_ ..._'n .
at the Southside Elementary school the very root of parenting." Dr. Big committee draws support from -
cafeteria.Dr. gers went on to say, "When our several groups, the Bradford County I
.Biggers distinguished between children truly feel loved and School System, the Bradford County RADIO SOUND Tires & Service Batter
punishment and discipline by explaining respected, they are much more will Community Education, Health and ADMISSION .
that discipline has a ing to accept our guidance and Rehabilitative Services, Home Extension Adult. .... 99' U.s,301 Temple Avenue -Starke Red ftp
positive impact on children, and discipline. A spoonful of sugar does Agency, 4-H Club, Bradford- Children .... SO 354-6435 $39n '
teaches the child how to deal with go a long way in parenting, and effective Union Guidance Clinic and concerned
problems. Discipline allows the communication is the sugarin citizens.
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must deal.Effective. the two programs presented thus far / .; .. :: ;,
communication with the have been very well received by 'I''r-/ x::
child, is the key to positive paren- those attending the lectures. STARKE / ,'. '. .'. 't 'r. "''' KEYSTONE '

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