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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Today will be partly cloudy and humid, with a 50 percent chance I\11- C'Vll.l..' E-
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of afternoon thundershowers. Lows will be in the low 70's and g. I I a
between and highs Virginia Crov"'ord . . . '.
90 94 degrees. Variable winds of 10-15 of
mph, out the yy,*ck. . . . . .121 4 .J( "
southwest. Last Quarter June 18.
Extended forecast, Friday moon tonight, N.w lank Branch. . . . .31 > ,
through Sunday, temperatures 89-93 *"*.*. . . . . . . !!
degrees during the day with 40 chance of ram !
afternoon percent on Friday, D.ath Notices. . . . ."
mainly thundershowers. Chance of ram
and decreasing Drug Arr..?. . . . . .SB
Rainfall for Sunday. Claulfl.d . . . . 7.1 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
June Lake in Gainesville I
: City 6.42 5.41 in
; : Orange
Park,6.03ln. N.ws Sri.fs. . . . IO-UB I09th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Supper...

A chicken barbecue supper is set *,r -,
for 1 p.m. Saturday June 20, by the l
Assn.Kingsley Lake Property Owners $1.2 Million

Officers and directors will be
elected at this time. New voters in
the Kingsley Lake Precinct of Clay q i
Co. may also register at this time. p'

AARP Meets... ( In New Funds

The monthly meeting of the

Bradford chapter of the American T
Association of Retired Persons is $1.2 million in new school funds is deducted, an additional $3.65 per
scheduled for 1:00: PM, today, not all that much money Supt. Jim year in property taxes.
Thursday, June 18, in the Senior ,' Duncan told the school board Mon- Some teachers are teaching in
Citizens' center. Speaker for the 9 day night, June 15. closets, on cafeteria stages or in the
meeting will be Frank Camp, case The Bradford school district is cafeteria. It would take five or six
manager for Bradford County, of supposed to receive a 10.92 percent new portables Just to house excep-
the Suwannee River Economic Y,t, } increase in school funding, Supt. tional education. It would take eight
Council (SREC). S Duncan said he has learned as new buses to bring the system back
figures filter down following the recent up to the three per year. Buses on

On Snake Bites... legislative session. That is the the road now are 14 and 15 years old
maximum potential money the with over 100,000) miles on them.
Maynard H. Cox authority on district will earn if all the students Plus the middle school must receive
snake bite treatments is slated to : expected show up this fall. Some new air-conditioners: and the roof of
give a three-hour presentation at 7 $800,000 of the increase is in the Phase I of the vo-tech center must be

p.m. June 27, a Saturday, in the operating budget, but several hun- replaced.
auditorium of the Agriculture t.-I dred thousand is categorical fun- Another factor is that the districtis
Building on US-301 north in Starke. ding. For example the $52,000 in slated to receive $159,000( in new
Due to a conflict. Cox's ap- primary educational extra help construction funds in 87-88 a cut
pearance has been delayed from (PREP) funds can only be spent in from 250000. That makes it even
June 20 to June 27. the K-3 program, and that list goes more necessary to levy the 1.5 mills
The public is invited to the program on. which can be spent only on construc-

organized by Ms. Heidi Mize. p., With $100,000 allocated for new tion or equipment, pointed out Supt.

It will be a pot-luck supper. $1 per 44 ; school buses school building needs, Duncan.

person will be charged to cover $80,000 for maintenance of the cur- Another Turkey...?
Cox's fee of $50 plus travel. The rent salary schedule for years of ex-
In addition the school board was
program includes a two-hour slide perience and increases In rank, ,
board member Schlolman
told
presentation, broken into several more portable classrooms needed, by
parts; a talk, and a question and W-D Wheels... higher health insurance costs, and there will be no state funds this yearto
answer period. just ordinary increases in budget renovate the Bradford High gym
Wednesday
Cox is the founder of the North Welcoming guests at categories such as utilities Supt. nasium.
VIP walkthrough There chance the district
afternoon's is a
Florida Snake Bite Treatment Duncan pointed out there really isn'tthat
of the are could such funds next if the
Marketplace get year
Center in Orange Park. much lelt for salary in-
(II-r) Dais (jas ..tt. Lav'on Andrews money school board levies the 1.5 discretionary -
Andrews Winn- creases. mills. Schlofman both
says
Tommy
For instance, a 7% increase would
Dixie Hh 1 Manager! Pete Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee and
Radio Field ..
Day. cost close to $800,000, a 5% raise I
Sutton and Guy; Andrews. Sen. Wayne Hollingsuorth D-Lake
some $350,000. Plus increases in
A 24 hour amateur radio field dayis Guy iiiid Tommy Andrews are Social and City, say they will help the school
to be conducted Saturday, June owners of Itelcn Enterprises! Security hospitalization district if it is doing all it can to help
have to be funded.
27, at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech & .ffftifffawSf which built the store for WiiinDixie. insurance itself.
After Duncan's school funding explanation
Center by the Amateur Radio Gassed and Luvon Andrews Two years ago the district received -
Emergency Service and Bradford watched over construction in a public session, the $400,000 to renovate the BUS
County Community Education. of the new store. school board went into private ses- auditorium. Bids arc due July 20 on
'r- _" _- --- Workers were still pulling sion,,without the news- media-pre>* that project, architect Spiros Drivas
louche the 13.000hllual' ) sent, for another 1'a hours of pre- told the board Monday night.
Humane Society... finishing on negotiations discussion of the
foot store as invited
The Bradford Humane Society preview The store, teacher contract. Bargaining with Budgeting Fits...
a
guests got
the teacher union is set to begin July
meets the first Thursday of each called Marketplace! was due "It really gives you fIts to try to
month at 7:30p.m. in the First to open at H a.m. Thursday 21. prepare a budget when the dollars

Presbyterian Church, opposite the Y V June IS.June Increase But. are not here" said SupDuncan.\ .
Helps. ..
hospital. Lee and son, Ryan Vice-Chairman Len Schlolman
New members welcome. .It. browse through the wide aisles. "We got a good increase, but..." wielding the gavel in the absence ot
It's going to seem like the wide Supt. Duncan told the school board. Chairman Rodney Hall asked.

Free Meals... open places compared to theformer Brudlord's 10.9% increase was the "Why so low?"
W-I1 store In Bradford lowest of any area county. Partly because Supt.\ Duncan

Senior Citizens- and over: Square.., said, the number of Bradford
Free meals. Suwannee River 1.5 Mill Increase...? students is going down. The district

Economic Council, Inc. 134 SouthSt. With money apparently going to lost over 100 students last year

., Starke, serves a nutritionally be tight, Supt. Duncan put the board Funds for every program is driven
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, except members on notice that he is going by student attendance Duncan
holidays. to recommend in the tentative pointed out. .
budget that the school board levy 1.5 Other counties around Bradford
Call-In Program... mills of additional discretionarytaxes such as Alachua and Clay are giv-

call-in service to which can be used for building ing higher pay increases to teachers
A morning aloneis and equipment. The board never has than Bradlord will be able to give,
who
citizens are
assist senior
offered by the Starke Police levied the 1.5 discretionary mills, Supt. Duncan said. Two long-term
Department, according to Chief Winn-Dixie's Marketplace but has been discussing the necessity employees are leaving to take like
Bowen.To for it this spring and summer. jobs in Volusia County and will
Jimmy
become involved in the program The 1.5 mills would raise some receive $3,000 additional for moving
asked to register $265,000 in new monies to be spent on laterally, Supt. Duncan pointed out.
a citizen is
badly needed classrooms and school While Bradford is getting a good

call with in the before Police 10 Department a.m. each day.then Here 8 buses. A family with$50,000 in home increase, other counties are getting
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will Opens a.m. Thursday and property would pay after the more. Bradford is t getting more une-

check on those citizens who have $25,000 homestead exemption is (See SchOOl FumlS..P.been .:)I.\)

not called in. If there is no answer, Winn-Dixie employees were scurrying around Irvin Clark and Olin White, computer operator Reba

a residence.police officer will visit the Wednesday getting ready tor the 8 a.m opening today Hicks and customer service employee Eurline Wllk l'- School Funding for Area. .

Chief Bowen reminds the public (Thursday June 18) of the new Marketplace store at son will be in business in the Marketplace early Thurs-
is available. 470 west Madison Street m Starke. day morning. (See story on Koch's on Page 4A.)
that the service The new store is twice as large has twice as many "H customers take time to look, come m and wander Below Is the total potential state funds for public school

items, and the aisles are wider than Winn-Dixie's old around, they are m lor some surprises," says Manager districts In North Central Florida in 1987-88, compared with

No Job, No Skill... Bradford Square store. The new store will be open Danny Johnson. Customers will find items never current funding, and the percentage of Increase.
from 8 a.m. to 10 p,m. before seen in a grocery store. In fact Johnson says,
Job Corps-Training slots are Some items are in the same location as the former there are items in the new store he's never seen exceptin '
available in health occupations, County 87.88 funding 86-87 funding percent
store. Coffee, for instance has always been on Aisle No. a book.
plumbing, welding, business- 1, and will be in the new store. But some items have New features of a W-D Marketplace< store include a Increase
clerical, auto mechanic and other been moved due to the design ol the new 45,000 square soft drink bottle refilling station. Customers: can bring Alachua $77,3 million $68.7 million 12.50'Y.

skills for 21.Obtain men. and women ages 16 foot l store says Manager Danny Johnson. in empty 2-liter bottles and refill them for 59 cents. Baker $12.4 million $11.1 million 12.40%
through
a GED, earn spending Rivaling will offer a football the most field modern in Size and, the extensive new Marketplacestore grocery The Marketplace store in Starke is the second to Bradford $12.8 million $11.5 million 10.92%

money and savings money and shopping ever seen in Starke.An have a pharmacy a relatively new concept, Johnson Clay $60.6 million $53.75 million 12.75%

make a good life for yourself. entirely new concept in shopping for Starke, the says. Columbia $23.77 million $20.9 million 13.63%
and board
Room
clothing medical Marketplace contains specialty shops, a prestige meat ,. Dixie $ 5.7 million 3 4.8 million 18.06%
Madison Miracle.
allowance, transportation, .
shop with meats cut to order; lisherman's/ wharffeaturing Duval $332.4 million $299 million 11.30%
and dental care will be provided.For .
fresh seafood a cheese bar with foreign and Inside the 45,000 square loot store building shopperswill
Gilchrist million 4.8 million 17.19%
information
more visit the $ 5.68 3
domestic cheeses cut to order, a health food and nutri- find all of man's up-to-date ideas on merchandising -
Job Service Office at 1430 South tion department which sells bulk foods, a complete including modern and innovative equipment,. fixtures Levy $14.9 million $13.2 million 15.69%
First Street, Lake 7523121.City, or phone delicatessen and bakery, floral section featuring fresh and displays," says Guy Andrews, whose com Marion $82 million $73 million 12.22%
at
Irene Pearce cut flowers, a full service pharmacy, and a full service pany, Belco Enterpr' ies, built the new store for Wmn- Putnam $35.6 million $31.5 million 13.09%

branch of the Community State Bank. Dixie. Suwannee $16.2 million $14 million 14.22%
Square Dance... W-D bought out Koch's Drugs, a Starke institution "The state ol the art in"merchandising is here for us Union 3 5.8 million $ 5 million 17.58%
established during the early 1940's, and pharmacists to experience and enjoy| says Andrews.cuit .
Plus Level square dance Instruc-
tion is available each Tuesday in


the caller.from Kingsley 964-7955.8-10 For p.m.additional Lake, with Civic Ken informationcall Center Perez Alderman. Pleads Guilty to Misuse" of Clients' Funds I Iat I"i



spent gathering evidence and'AssistantState
A local businessman charged with transfer- Attorney Thomas Elwell said he will
ring over$133,000 from real estate escrow accounts
for at
recommend that Alderman go to
Upcoming.The Bradford County.. Commis- charges.to his own use has pled guilty to the / feel/ sorry for Bill, I really do, but he stole least part of the maximum 30 months.prison

sion has scheduled its first work William R (Bill) Alderman 47,of Hampton "
this The records show that since Locating and copying records cost the coun-
pled guilty to second-degree grand theft. According -
shop on a new budget for 1987-88, at money. ty $6,000 in payments to the Florida National
7:30: PM Tuesday June 23. to the criminal information Alder Bank, according to Investigator Wiley Clark.
The Starke Zoning Board is set man transferred $78,070 in escrow account September 1985 Alderman has been "robbing Clark studied movement of money betweenthe

to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday June funds to his personal use. When the money trust fund Alderman managed through his
29 in the Starke city hall. from the escrow account was to have been Peter tO Paul.
pay title company and his personal and business
The Bradford School Board is paid to five heirs, they were given checkswhlc"h -Investigator/ Wiley/ Clark/ accounts.

set to meet at 7:30: pm, Monday turner) nut to be worthless, : The records show that since September

June 29, to close out its 1987 budgetyear 1985 Alderman had been "robbing Peter to
and to discuss board member Alderman also pled guilty to a charge of court by Judge Osee Fagan, following a and farm mope, will be used to repay Paul said Clark. Alderman moved
Len Schlofman's proposal on non- third degree grand theft, in which he is charged pre-sentence Investigation. victims, in the Alderman's restitution pay ,
'hundreds of times' from the
instructional salanes. The meetingwas with transferring $19,332 from a mortgage Alderman was owner and president of plans will prevent t a prison term.sentencing trust money fund illegally to his business and personal ac
previously set for 8 a.m. Tues- refinancing lo his own use. The money was Bradford Title and Abstract Co. until his at-

day, June 30, but was delayed to not available on the Nov. 20, 1986 closing. torney Dudley Hardy recently bought the Under Florida i gUideline Alder counts.He replenished the trust fund by
usually
give board members time to study A second charge of third-degree grand theft assets of the company. Alderman plans to use man faces penal corn-0
of the sale to victims ac- mumty control t, mortgaging his own property or by illegally
the proposal.The for which Alderman pled guilty charges he proceeds help repay ,
Bradford County Zoning transferred $35,925 to his own use. That cording to his attorney. In addition to the sale fines of $35,000, according to the state at. using money from other transactions wherehe
Board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- money was not available at the Nov. 21, 1986 of the title company Hardy said Aldermanhas torney's office, which said they were ready was the closing agent, according to Clark,
day, June 30, in the Starke city closing. agreed to place his assets in a trust. The for trial but welci med the guilty pleas. "But eventually" he could not replenish the
trust
hall. Alderman will be sentenced July 13 In cir- 11111'of those assets w h. -h include land cattle Much investigE ative time and money has account.





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June I3,I9sTt


Water Foul, MurkyBut





Not UnhealthyAt





Hampton VillasBy


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Joe GissyBCT measure," to make sure the water
continues free of toxic bacteria.
Staff Writer According to James Mitzel. there
Well water at Hampton Villas is are at least eight families who havea
murky and yellow, having a foul serious problen, and about 20
odor and foul taste, but local officials families are affected to some
say It is not a health! threat. degree. Drilling deeper wells doesn't
t Residents there, although living
seem to be the answer; several
within the Hampton City Limits, do residents have already tried that
not have city water available. When with no improvement. "We have got
Hampton was extending its water to have something done, or people
I 1 lines In 1979, many of these residentsdid are going to leave the
; .. not want the city water because neighborhood/'said Mitzel.
their well water was good, and the Mayor Glwood Padgett the
I says
: ; T'4 wells were already established. city can join on to an existing line
Times have changed! The water and run about 3100 feet to supply the
i J 1 ( now discolors sinks and tubs, and neighborhood with water il a line
: leaves laundry a yellow dingy color. can be placed under the Southern
4 The residents collected samplessome railroad. A cost for this of several
--- ; time ago, for testing, and the
'tJr /i r' thousand dollars was given to the city -
j
results indicated some bacteria
vd''r pre some time ago. but one resident
4 r sent. More recent samples, taken by Kenny Truman says he can get it
the County Health Department, done lor about $MIU. Using city
have shown no harmful bacteria, employes Padgett says "We can
and indicate the water is suitable for have the water there in 4 to 6 months -
consumption. The taste, odor and and not go in the red to do II,
color are unpleasant but not harm-
depending on the cost of crossing the
ful.Kenneth railroad. I am not in favor of going
---- Pabst, environmentalhealth "
into debt at this time
Lawless BertThxgJarrt. .- Photo by Mark Frledlln director for Bradford County, Meanwhile, the residents of
said, "We will be taking additional
..tmmA.IMa<.jimlfau HJ.gradrw.adr straight A'8 on theirvjMrt On the second row: !Marlj l>ickcns, Leighton/ LMCleveland McQueen. samples, for testing, as a follow-up drinking Hampton water Villas from are gelling friends.their
( earls wlllW fatUt. si.-w.aYc granting rvmd.Fr .
Michelle Konkel. Bonnie
Coule! Jaime Ilinley and
Jeremy I'llcher.
** Ml(.r.,M urn ttbr freed mw: Brandi W krncMI. Brook Gaskins In the rear: Mike) Gaskiiis Greg Durban, .Michael
Ewer Jnfee rMckmr. ,MMi GeMm*, Samantha Cowrrl and Lee- Padlptl.I $l. Fugall and Kayo
hisiba tCis.v:

Treat Your Father to Lunch or Dinner

Father's June 21stFather's
Day Sunday
,
Taxpayers Stuck with High Attorney's Fees


by BwctnRat- ** consortium that provides an "Er operandi 30 years ago, and more. test the complaint that a person of DADSEAT
BCT Staff WntnrAttorney rors and Omrrmsions" policy under Attorney Flynn says the Starke minority race could not be elected.
Dam Lqpnouu w....11111'115 wBiett attorney's fees were paid. suit was cited by Judge Black as an Lipman represented the Bradford
M Miami: teas tow meters awarded afl T county's-- legal fees have not example of a voting rights suit not Chapter of the NAACP, the sue-
prmxoaatDy' fii.jIIIIIw Ding\meMAACP yet been paid but attorney Flynn, is automatically won without conten- cesslul complaints Former countywide -
a+gane m&ts SlId awl working' out a payment schedule tion in lustilication of the amount voting has been changed to
f&atiUopd CsBsoXty sesA tote Bvautttoind! wetly! Lipman. Flynn argued the awarded single member district voting with
County SebwSI Boar*. county simply doesn't have the Flynn's argument was that the District 1, in NE Bradford, having a
Tine fee represent*tttoe aranmaJ gees money: ,and said Lipman has offered county and school board did not con majority of black voters.

t or cnral: (qgttsaffllarargs! pieta a 5OT& tw accept two $15,000 installments, .
one now and one in January.
enhaskiemoemt: BMBUIB 0ram aMtoBTssy!
who: take tmr rash, paellas Mn1Jelmgalbtm The alternative of further appeal GIVE DAD A 140 mph
tHoat! Fags anlUnne rt they p* also being considered.
lose.Ixcail. Flynn said! he is disappointed in Modal
tfie ruling: ot Judge Black, and "It
attarocy Reggie Fltyam.aJong JUH8! goes on and on." MOVER! #940
npI emeung title CIIQAdJ'.1III samdl! alB Flynn\ said! thought things went
Htbe tee IIIi Bas itagta.and tttouUd weU: m the county's appeal ot the fee 12PRICE
toe reduced Bus atngummi ttas laUUenoo until! several days alter the hearing The WEEDEATER blower makes
deal ears. ntus tar. r !flnrall wBeo! Lipman lost a voting rights y.
Judge; Susan BJadk: MttBflJy amanrdt- ease in Cilchnst: County. That apparently lawn and driveway cleanup

ed Ijiprrma tiMJU requiem t.d appromvamalely turned the Judge's decision fun. It's a great Father's
: Sal WOB an the county! case Lipraan* way, says Flynn, by
Lapmaa as mw nHnnamittng am sift! demonstrating a voting rights suit Day gift. 1 YearSAVE
ditionaJ 6jMW+ 09 fees and ) vtoecauee can Be lost by thecomplamtants. warranty
ffibe toe was raaCoantl on A similar ease by the NAACP UP TO
count.Sm3MttemJiei. against the City of Starke will go to
.* Skfeowtic Jon tunaJt! possibly next month
Duaffim taed time >t SUW/ cut nt ttt* NAACP contends that candldafesIlUnnmg $40 GAS POWERED
school teoairst Daw suit was pad,. "at-large" is unfair to black
140 MPH AIR VELOCITY
insurance caweraee.Bird Coum- candidates: and want to return to
ty sctnxalc ane pant aNt an U oniony! diatnct voting which was the modus ONE HAND OPERATION Day is a special day to celebrate atSonny's.
VIBRATION DAMPENING HANDLE
Every father can have his choice of

QQ (IN BOX) any barbecue dinner plate, luncheon specialor
Set OnIl 29
Improvements $139.99 soup and salad bar, plus a soft drink, cof-

I assembled.WEEDEATER@ fee or tea, for Vs PRICE when one or more

members of his family order a barbecue

For 301 Signalsby plate or luncheon special at regular price.

-- *..MM n .w gu powered blower and other Weed Eater quality products at This Father's Day meal served in Sonny's

Florida Pest Control dining room only. For fathers everywhere on
Bleats Ra II title neighbor worked on the cars four 539 East Call Street
BCT St. J1 WntrrTtoe dUjs last week Thursday through Starke 964-5745 their special day, Sonny's makes it all just

FtonAt Department Surd *". He- said wanted the city Dot_by TXigp. 7Y auspc rta Iasi s>Imp adgreed tsapdsite -OT! dbl something about the nUisance.JWa"t')1I" I TlWMMfl I Although T I "WT" 'I not pa npcip i. It....."you uct doss_M*viottw HUMo>call(8'21)382 I3M lo>
nfvffat toaffibc
!* > : turned
IhgJBt nChief Vernon Silcox the n.o..l."...c.done, W.e.r.rn..d9wt.rod II MvwtiMd pne
d FWboe Ji mme matter over to Chief Bowen.
BowKm tWdl time t7 c--.._.....Gftur.mgllt5 According: to city ordinances, an
regutaa Jam(D81. uuftwiuaJ!may park personally own-
Bowen itas bent \IIIU1I>ag witty ed automobiles on his own property. 0J11U:5.
DOT r some t tone, m rriamnsre Hot An automobile must be in operating WARREN'SPlumbing
getting tsattlfue l S .10 highs cncu&tiom.! !! : but not necessarily have a
glaJIi (or major' mtersiecmrirrs current tag if it is parked more than & Elec. Servicescan
"'JDOrJbH liens oowt OMpnvlliree BBwtaluog JAY adhgs: in a residential area. An In-
mat!* Kbe cay" sags CHwSowen. dSmniJuaiD, may work on his own car, help with those badly SONNY c, REAL PITBARBQ

witbin! reasonable hours, not later I
The evmer .tf CalB and! Watam than! Iff p>.ns...without violating a city I O I needed Home Improvement
Streets w1IB toe time trash to Use K -*- ordinance. He may even work on a 1
ed. Werti.ii fiiautofl to begin Ju4y wmElaJUattion car owned!by a fnend, if he does not ____ Projects! .
aDd w.'IL U BtenaP taa0t6ie wing Ilk cdairge! for the work It is a violation
jwruwft. tbxlta may: TUB twepevate a garage type business atone's
tar mtaree ... Suur --**. sand! Caved home, but McKinney may 1'- CALL TODAY
Bowen Tte sStessgB is aoopptsfA! ... have very tittle grounds for a legal
c mpJeineal: ube mpPc..iraimigdownlw complaint, according to one city of. 230 S. Temple Ave. Starke
rewalalbxatiMa" jwwgcctL) ficial.
with: ibghu to be ftUced; m psllis H 964-723O Days 964-4799 Evenings 964-8840
tbe four cannenu naber ttaa tamg Other Matters...
front ffite ntrthtUc! !4tf tttta KficraedtuwA. Mary: Ellen Peterson and Natalie
Lag zts wait ttoBiB wenalte mil be BB- Tttntmtort requested the closing of
Bbi1Ied.at the 1lllllBlC5f1i1JB.ll lllaad Fat. Ray Street between Wilson .
US-301.' and(5a-W and! CSJJ* Tam Read and Powell St. at the council ... ..
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Jules acre aJrcatfy am ttaef at ttuutf meetraK.Feb. X The council agreed I '' : : : ;.. EXCEPTIONAL I BRICK HOME In *WALDO Price reduced fo
lertarSia-' $ : -: wtfllk the petition and instructed city .r IB :: > LAVERN H. OUTLAW :iji absolutely the best location.3 BR,2 $28,000. convenient to everything
attnmey! Terence Brown to proceed rs :<,;< f.:': ::;: BA, over 1,600 .q. ft. living area, 2/1
ealit-bolllUlllln1lluc! tntfy.ftanliig far wuttti legal requirements to implement tI'ipq., ";: Broker ;:;(';' double garage, CH/A, 120' x 300' '
the crgBfimgs USiBM> nc cnotauocd the abandonment of the streetsegment. :'.: lrt; iJ'wnmw::: < nw :m"<:,:,::B': city water A sewer. 70500. -
m tbe HK7-M!: BuMtget. .tot* fctgjn Brown advised i?;':( ; kris.. .tliCfftl%:: ;..k' *NEED LOTS OF SPACE 0.....2 000
sW so
Attorney ,.
:;:-- :;..: : :..- .,<:: : ;;.:: ;: :;:t:: ;;;::: ft In this better than.. brkk ha.4
; L Quctf tttte
JuJy s.e'SpfI15 Ute council Tuesday, June 16,
work to snider earl'fiacai i : +pod k3A. frilly .tfQ'... *1 ir. M3tr41:::; *IN THE BEST AREA-On Bessent Od.BI, 2 BA.CH&A on 2 lot. Lake privilege
set won necessary paperwork has been accomplished 984.452 ...'. ....... .. .w.. .. ....... .... '':
itr r. jwrnattUy BB Aagyal air ,and the street is legally t : i: l6t.IIQ, ::::>:.;,:;;;;:;;;:;: ;t;:;;:;;;;;:;;.;-.: -:.ai64.4::: .f lovely 3 bedrrom, 3 both, seporote din- availabl.. S1100OO.REDUCEO .
September. a&omdbnedLCommissioner .TAAI Ctuef Bowea *M DIe cnonnscxmerc Charles Schaefer % fjyfffsStmOtXHtU,}.,::::., ,, fEiii : ld1 f B11 *.,' ::1 4 7 *: amenities. On 5 acres with 38 bearing RAIFOR0 AREA Brick 3/2 on over Iacre.

itbere IE nffitaqg lira me...- said. "When a street is closed, the city ** t sRaoR ,.. pecan tr.... See to appreciate. This Immaculate home has over
at tttae .f SB-M III but Cl IMorn. is : 647JB tip.:: !$4A ? 1.800 ft..
tmg a togM cnnxr retains title to the property CH.A. range, refrig..
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a *
1F*1lIFtFth sDG ;Yy.:; A'' : : :: : : : INVESTORS Plnesong S/O. Paved Dishwasher
and Orange.Traffliie exyoOfA to wften a street abandoned the properly above around pool. Too
:-' ... ...ilA'R ...; :ti., >'' .ij.t'if? :;: : ;:;;:;; ,.. ._ ; road through .r> Owner, fin.
ttecraxte a j.TimBni .at HtaA cmnur.txgimung '. Ri divided evenly between properly : s# ::? : : : .;;(1rTt;; .: III :,." I(; ProP Y many extras to trt ntion. Only 165.COO.
today waailte spemirq d(l owners on either side of the Mlf' YOUR fUiCs.iRV cit" REAL ESTATE{OFFICE: @w*:> HISTORIC BEAUTY IN LAKE BUTLER 2
the WiiBia-D Sge"sTlie street,traditionally,at no cost to the :;i.fit:;: ""fJ. App lall for Residence Farm Commercial BIIIUMM {:;; ;,:;MfK\ story 3/2 CH/A, craftsmanship *. BR. J BATH on 2.7 acres. Stockedpond.
: . ... .. .. . .. .. . /
Ig wood deck
J4.ar'De.tSEf-sect ai. t property owners" Pal Ray street unavailable today. Must be seen. *many xtro..On-
SL.. wtere A cranes....oeaces Bad a :JOt it. ngnl-of-way thus each IYI7j, o.
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a spwaaJ pnofcueBi tor BiirtalUnie' a arfjnimng property owner received *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1'Ba; .
traLfie: ibgbt. sad adUlc to DIll nat, an additional 15 ft.lotus property at *PRICE REDUCED TO $45,000 In,. FOR THC GOLFER Country Club.appro... 1400 sq. ft., fenced yard 4 bearIng *COUNTRY CLUB Bwlding Iota from
..-DIdI.&ItIIe Billie B Bbtowib irf.! rn CfJIIl. maculat. 4 BR. 2 BA, on t acr.. 10 over 1'/ ocr., 3/2. All brick, I pecan trees.139.000. So.SOO. Some with owner ftt.et'dno-
S3a,000..eo-.1I.C"' BsweraNil. The request by Karen Thomas to mlnul drive to Stark. 20 mlnula sunken living room fireplace, ceiling *FOR RENTS 2 bedroom, 1 bath. In -
.c6a.iges are astntapitl .at... ttoff a portion of Epperson St.. drlv 10 G'vill.. to floor window.,many extras. Starke. Seller II ACRES .On S* 16 X Morgan M.
time for Ate ttgtitt aft I2S-3H and wfmcJ was heard at a prior meeting Price REDUCED DRASTICALLY. Was motivated.
Pratt St.. interest *DEER RUN Immaculate living in this near FSP. Has many potentials. SPECIAL BUY 2 81, I BA. Control
SL Natter aateraeubMB IU5 Ian cnoronl expressed an in
.& -.and* ttacti BBak.s l lavBai tearing from adjoining land owners 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad..curity lights, *JUST Off SOUTH 301 Mobile home .* ; storage H&A. on!in major basement highway. Plenty of
locked lake. Ideal for LEASE W/OPTION 2 bwvotive fwt
retired.
Only CB In rra
story
came trtffSx to tack BV BB Ube cndtcrlancK. 1 before taking actlOlLCeuIIC1Jman 3 BR. I BA, on 1.4 acre.. Ing. Priced sell
15500. Stark, 4 IR, TA BA. to S26.500.
BotIbBiggs passed *HIGHWAY 301 FRONTAGI .
1700 sq. .
EXCEPTIONAL '
3
II. ft. '
over 1300.q
the Mat among councilmen and city dote to new Wlnn Dixie shopping. Onl'ft.. CB home on 1.7 ocr. Paved *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart *COUNTRY LIVING in this almost" new
OlizmewnmuwMnera c.__ ejapUnyeeSv and raised approximately $28000. driveway. Only $39,900. Lake w/3 BR MH CrUA. Close to In. 3/2 CB home on 2 oc., brick fireplace,

Jots l3dGmstry--of.... .....1Ite : Toe final club for Bradford lo have' Club.barrel ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, *2400 SQ. FT, Spanking new lerlachen. 30000. skylight andYe.trae..
plans a
ffibat aeaceaane 6pWt full occupancy, call for d.tolia, warehousel 3 large overhead roll-up '
... aiMAfctr efH racing! event for youth each month. dor.. Priced to sell) .,
4rubsmoodLlei mils yard and u a Lie cnmptete with: not dogs and drinks 10 ACRES with doublewlde. Excellent *IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARKE.: CH4A? We Invite i Inquiries I On Our Other Properties

street: r. ,r.st af Eras 'tubeneietabcrlsl far everjnne, and trophies for the condition. 2 car carport 100 X 100 lot. $53.000. We Have Lake Lots*
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I Oct. I *Goal Set to* Impose Waste Disposal Assessment Here .-' T IAn


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waste October disposal fee 1 goal to Impose a zoning law suit brought by Sara to deal with municipalities and with commission must make the decisionon ment. Bills should go into the same Jlw a emad, SII1I Zik* a. _
high as $10 which could be as Woods with some 45 other n>sld>nces on state property. how much to charge. Alvarez envelope as property 'tax Hulls,Appraiser Igsrriies rss The: IhoY...aoxsgrata ..
Bradford per month is set by the KH/Speedville area property pointed out that levying taxes is not Alvarez and the commissioners -
County Commission. owners also signing as comolaln- Atty. Flynn agreed that the county his responsibility, drawing a laugh agreed. m8tme8 Wt...dfadn
tants, to talk about the waste from the commission.
probably cannot assess individual 8stelaalega: +es+attreneai_
Every mobile home in the county disposal ordinance and fee, and residences on prison property, for Zoning Suit.. a pme """ !;pwtssscAgrees
wtll be located by mid-August or by several: other minor matters. instance. If not, the county will haveto Alvarez also pointed out the Attorney John XopelouBos met
the end of the month at latest Properly obtain an interlocal agreementwith charge must be tied to the benefit with the commission at 7 p.m. to Its.1Igaad?&fapi.era
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez told The board will meet in special session .the Department of Correnrlnnn the property owner is receiving. prep the commissioners MId zoning cesinte arm at 81hE _
commissioners Tuesday, June 16. again at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, -- "..it must have relevance," he said. board members on giving (depositions : ....._.ee tiraas at tae aa....ee.tCbnimaosm
Commissioners have to settle on June 23, to go over its upcoming The today (Thursday June :UI> I to .'aThr. trams ..ekea'
a lee schedule for alte. .!!Iposal. budget for the first time. agreements county with must the municipalitiesof also secure Commissioners discussed havingat attorney Terry Brown. dI tJIe: 96 8de >Bfad.
least two commercial categories. Representing Mrs. Sara Woods JUKUflL4Declned
Starke
$5 per month and an estimated Attorney Reggie Flynn presentedan Brooker Hampton, andLawteyGtommissionersplan Larger businesses, such as Wino- and some 45 other property owners.
7.0110 households in the county would eight page proposed ordinance the city commissions ot the to towns visit Dixie, Best Western. Econo-Lodge, Brown is suing the county wver a 1_ "
raise $420,000 per year. The county setting up a Municipal Service within the next few weeks. should pay more than smaller ones, zoning decision which allowed (two Sure a anlttmestgnat. _>.......ia.-
faces closure of its present 20 acre Benefit Unit, which will give the The assessment will be for the they agreed. Professional offices mobile homes on property across .
landfill to should not be charged much CR-21B from a large tract owned by -
at some $55,000 acre county authority impose a waste operation of the landfill. Not for as as a
plus setting up aoother IandflJisomewlK're disposal fee. fit operations, such as churches pro, service station, the concensus was. Mrs. Woods. Complamlants contend FIIISJ'c.4 ycw tfICiai.w5ararw.ai
another But no figures! were set. the area should tie retained for
very expensive schools, and Bradford Hospital, will -
operation. An engineering firm is Flynn went over the proposed or- be exempt. Commissioner Maxie single family residences.
currently studying how to best dinance,which as yet contains no fee Appraiser Alvarez suggested the gested getting the fee Carter sug- Kopelousos went over the points i m S.i.dep s.- ]DSOsRtlaaafraOt
structure the suit with the board.In --
dispose of waste products in small structure. Property Jim-
Appraiser county go with a basic commercial charged in other counties that have 1111iarawiry -
counties. my Alvarez also assisted Flynn in charge the first "I been tlllssii .
year. suggest you in operation for some time. other June 16 the .-
explaining the proposed law not get too detailed too fast," said Chairman Lawrence Mosley asked action commission ....eyiaa..ks.....-7 fs
Special :
Meeting...
Alvarez. .
Supervisor O'Neal and CommIssioner ,
The board met in Other discussion centered around Solid Waste s.w-- II
Darrell
special session to Supervisor Joe Reddick to this.
pursue ...
meet with its attorney, John how to charge various size and typesof O'Neal and Appraiser Alvarez will Tax Collector Esther Hall's office Approved CSX which signing allows an the agreementwith to .s.yi..sl lti.rrllit4N
KnJlf'IOUS08 of Orange Park, on its commercial businesses and how provide the information but the will send out the bills for the assess- use 30 feet of railroad neht-nf-wav county > f


USDA Commodity Distribution Dates

DT ProjectSigning Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.,announces the distribution of
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you: Sounds of Praise
.Receive Food Stamps
Required: Letter of Decision From Tennessee Temple Unireixltv
Set OR Receive AFDC
Required: Medicaid Card
OR Receive SSI e
Required: Medicaid Card
OR Meet the income guidelines below: S_ I ..
June 30 Income Eligibility Scale beginning July I, 1986 thru June 30, 1987. + o '-" .. r
HOUSEHOLD PER PER PER
SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK
by Buster Rahn 1 $ 6,968 $ 581 $134
HOT Staff WriterA 2 9,412 785 181
contract for construction of the 3 11,856 988 228
downtown revitalization project is 4 14,300 1,192 275
expected to be signed June 30, says 5 16,744 1,396 322
John Miller, chairman of the 6 19,188 1,599 369
Downtown Progress Committee. 7 21,632 1,803 416
Columbia Paving Co. submittedthe 8 24,076 2,007 463 -
only bid for work on the Each additional x, ; t I (
downtown project at the June 12 re- Family member+-$2,444 $204 $47
bidding. While Columbia Paving's Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the t
seconbid of $540,594 is reduced card. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or
from its first bid of $721,553, the se- either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities. f i
cond bid still exceeds available Certification Recertification or Replacement of a lost card will be doneat I
grant funds by $170,000. Columbia the Outreach Center.None will be issued,however,during distribution. I ', L
Paving's second bid also exceeds ( involve ing areas will be recertified during distribution due to
Barcorp's ongmal bid by some distance ) rf
$40.000. Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributions -
The $575,000 grant has $370,703 remaining to the elderly and handicapped.If you have trouble standing,please bringa
available for actual con- folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. Thursday June 18 7 30
struction. The difference, some USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program Is available to all eligible ., : p.m.
!$205,000 being used for acquisitionof recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or han BRADFORD BAPTIST CHURCH
for off-street dicap.
property parking
engineering fees, administration, Distribution sites and dates are as follows: Located on 100A (Griffis Loop) at Railroad Trade.

etc. LAWTEY Just off 100 to Hdglrt-s
Keystone :
Grant administrator Linda Day, June 22,1987, Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2:00: p.m.
Mayor Vernon Silcox and engineerJIm STARKE
Robinson met June 16 with Col- June 18, 1987, Old RJE School Building, 10:00: a.m.-" p.m.
umbia Paving representatives to June 19,1987, Old RJE School Building, 9:00: a.m.-1:30 p.m.
negotiate the contract. DPC-Chairman ._ ,, ..-? HAMPTON. .-
John Miller says the entire ., w June 23,1987, "Hampton- City Hall, 10 a.m.-2:00 p.m.'* ..,. -
w.iv' '
downtown project is exacted$ to be SPEEDVILLE
completed with funds available and .June 24,1987, Pleasant Grove B.aptist'Church;10 a.m.-l::30 p.m. j -
by Dec. 30, the original deadline.
Details of the negotiated contract
have not been announced, but Ms.
Day said some items will be remov Open. Trail RestaurantUS
ed from the bid, bringing the cost inline .
1
with available funds.

301 North InwJey

2 Public Hearings...
782-9844
Two public heanngs were held
June 16 in council chambers,
relative to grant applications. s,'; HOURS: Monday Saturday 7 ana to- 9 f..

Second DT Phase... Sunday 8 am to 9 pun .

The first public hearing had to do
with the second phase of the itz t'- ,
Downtown Development Grant, in .
which the design and installation of I -- f\ 1\ 3"J
facades on the 28 buildings on Call k
St. is the main project,in addition to Sunday Father's Day +

adding on those projects deleted I Baked Ham . _ .-S9SI
from the first grant, which may include .
\ street lighting and landscaping I Meat Loaf . _ -**-95

I Ms Day said engineer Jim King ,.' Beef Tips & Noodles _ -6.95
with Bessent, Hammack and f.
, Rurkman is designing the facades, Baked Turkey

I although engineer Jim Robinson had t & Dressing _ .4.95
been the engineer on the original
I Choice of & Salad Bar
. Veg.
grant. 0 Ken Chitty, Agent

! Industrial Park... The New Allstate

, The second public hearing of the
I evening was the first public hearing Office at
I fora$575,000 commercial revitaliza 440 Madison St.
lion grant to provide utilities to the
I
I industrial park on SR-100, south. In the New Winn Dixie 1 ..

The grant application will also include Shopping Center COffs (fJ p'\

Industries operating, a facility funds for providing Sunshine Closer by to help ..- e--- "' Sge cp't''D \ ..

employment and training for retarded yrt ta C' _4
students of Bradford County.Sun you more. Sot\ ed6\)(( O:8c .
shine Industries will relocate from a4
SR-16W to the Industrial Park,when \ "oo (1ey Bey t
_
tcon "
buildings are completed. r. r0
M
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SchoolFunds ,Jplot" .
\ ..- '
"
Find out how we may be w 'f'

able to help save you time FrIday .I.
Seafood
S
and bother with almost any Decials"Insurance
IA
tlrom pOlICe _
;Caial: ; each year:-Duncan' iid.It will need. From life. I Fish Fry (IU SIt."lntp Co4t _
take some kind of statewide to business to boat to auto. u c.. -:1.-: -J..s

equalization to really bring Bradford Just stop in and meet us. PriTma Ill" ? J :
in line, the superintendent said ( ) 9.5
when Schlofman asked what it would
take to make things better.

Tough Decisions... ---,... We can give you -

Some tough decisions await the somelleighborly 1 ( ( Daily Specialsadvice
board during this budget prepara- about
tion. Supt. Duncan said. C.Imo'Allstate
..
"I'll give you the information. .
With ThatDownHome
Duncan saId.Schlofman. ,' ; value.See
thanked Duncan for the -
report, but said, "It's very depressing. you soon? .
." Taste

N-I Proposals...
The school board will meet at 7
p.m. Monday June 29, (instead of 8im Phone: 964-4695 : Start at
June 30) to discuss boardmember
Len Schlofman's propo als
for the non4nstructional, /instate
personnel, and to cfose". out. the 12 Noon
AUatata Inauranca Company
Scnlofman'propose* to:liire new Lira and Health From:
N-I employees at tower salaries as AUiUM Lit Inauranca CompanyI
current ones leave the system. Nontnsiructional -
pay rallD,stxtn.from
the lop in Bradford.'.Teacher pay
ranks second from the bhltom.' _



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PautMA TELEGRAPH June IB. 10)17

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Farewell to Koch's Drug Store




Some phuosopher.who cbdnl know what
lie was tatting about,, once said. "The

KOCH'S DRUG same more thongs" change the more they are the


But that's not true of Call Street. Star v ,, .
tine today Thursday. June U) Koch's 1a1 I.
Drug Store, a landmark for almost half* r
century: .will be no more.

Veteran Congressman Lei Green butt 14+kk

+1 the bmhtag at southeast caner of Call
'? and Court Streets during<< Camp Blandmg
J boom days m the early 1940s, and Koch's ) yllIr
r'P was the first tenant.
--
It was Ume when entrepreneurs"fromall
orei"were rashmg leant op business in n
Starke due lethe widely pobucoed multo-

miU t dollar pjjiull exuding from Camp .
Btamdmg every payday. -Doctor" Koch .M." riu.: : Z

(Lows W.I came here from Arcadia where i .
r be already bad a weU-estabhsbed drug 1.i
+ store. shad rs soil operating under his

mina ...
-- .iu6.+ aa--"--- -
Koch's was immediate success a
Drug Store LeavingThe favorite hanged for servicemen. as well The Way It Was
as the Incahtirs: Dr. la comphmentary n-
Koch's Drug Store building was built by Congressman Lex Green early i.the Camp tie) Koch conrmurrf owner-pharmacist The Call-Court corner bring vacated by Koch's was once the site ot A.E.
Blanding "boom days". Koch's: was the first tenant and has been in this location ever 45 during World War II days selling the Mmlfs blacksmith and carriage shop. Mr. Moilt is second from left, with, apron
years. Fountain service with lunch, will remain open indefinitely, according I* Irving tmrm *s* to stew Simmons IDs assistant and black mustache. Boy in sweater and cap at center of picture Is Dewitt C.
(Clark the last owner of Koch's.Cooperative. pharmacist about I f7 Simmons sold the Jones long-time Coca-Cola plant and funeral home director.
btu.jiw-Bc to Ohm White Jr.. m 1960 and
--.lIoSGuUI. FI nda.where be recently -
died as the result of a heart attack. White
1TOR1ALS in turn,sold the bnsmess m December 1985 .
to Irvin dark,a former druggist at Union
Correctional .-.....-.

The final change in ownership came this
June when Clark agreeed to sell to WmnDuue. -
Effort Clears Way .the mammoth grocery Cham which
will absorb JC ds'. mto its ultra-modern
complex on West Madison St. Highway

For Call Street's New (Old) Face macy.1001 as Cut the Wmn-Dnje Knells,: after Marketplace a Weapon Phar-of 47 ff

years. The building remains m ownership
of the Green family.

After three years of untiring effort by The gas station where you fill your bicy- Clark whose lease on the buikbng still k
the Downtown Progress Committee, the cle tires with air now bas the same logoon has five months to run. plans to continue fr' I e

groundwork and final details of a plan its doorway that you have on your operation the building.of the fountam-hincb facility m

for revitalizing and restoring the Call credit card. As Amenca grows older, its 1 f r r'
This will please the nud-mormng coffee-
Street Historic District have towns and
been work- cities are becoming more and klatcb group whose loyal members iD-
ed out, the project has been rebid at a more alike, until they are almost in- elude Bill Graham -patnareh" of the u

lower figure to stay within the grant distinguishable." How fortunate we are group; Art London. Warney Atkinson.

money received, and the contract will that Starke has a central core district TCMDIbrduIg.CJZL.Hemwall and Malcolm
be signed June 30 for work to start that is listed on the National Register of Sanders,to mention just a few.

Historic Places. We should capitalize Bell has more reason than the others tomourn
Miracles can and do happen, but they this asset by making it more attractive the loss of tills local landmark.

don't just happen by accident, as to the hometown or visiting shopper. -]hats where I met my wife. Alyce. in Pre-Camp Blanding Days
anyone connected with this project can 1941 when she was working there during
tell It takes effort and Yes, miracles do happen. From an Camp Binding days" Bill recalls. After This is the way the site looked in pre-Blanding days, when two cement block
you. community area once threatened the loss of bis wife. Koch's was -second buildings stood on the corner. One was occupied by the office of Congressman
cooperation. When the project was still by neglect thereis name" for Bill and m recent years hemores Lea Green and the other was' N.D. (Noon) Wainwrighi's Insurance: office. The
in the embryonic stage, committee emerging a revitalized area that retains less became the lunchtime companion comer was originally part of the Comer L. Peek (later Ferryman) home site,
members who visited the restored the aura of historical significance. and aide to Ian Green,another Koch marked by picket fence in foreground.

districts of towns similar in size to veteran who rode into Starke duly after
First there was fhe Miracle of Call moving to Keystone Heights m order to
Starke were told, "Without the cooperation Street"the Santa Fe lunch at Koch's. -Big Dolly" and "Little Dolly". Dolly Wednesday morning Era Geiger the
Community
of your City government, it can't be new Lam 1 inovr KuniK. and Dollv (Mrs. popular "chef" at Koch's, was behind the
done" Fortunately for the Historic College Starke Center housed in the "I don't know what our coffee-clan will George)Simpson were popular Koch's !lix- fountain, as usual, peeling onions for the
distinctive 1902 courthouse. This week do now-but at least we have another five tures for many years. The late Edna Stone, tuna salad lunch special. There were tears
Starke's Commis-
District
project, City will bring another "miracle"-open months to go." Bill surmises. was a Koch employee tor tmee decades in her eyesperhaps Irom the onions...or
sion has shown its interest and support and was widely known for her pleasant perhaps for the many riemones stored
ing of a new, ultra modern 43.000 Also unhappy over the passing of Koch'sare
in many ways during the long and foot Winn-Dixie Marketplace on veteran employees snow retired- smile and manner.J away during her 24 years at Koch's.KEEP .
tedious of obtaining and administering square
process
West Madison Street in the heart of
the grant to com- t I
necessary
Starke which will work together with
the which will include off- ,
plete project AMERICA'SNEXT
the downtown revitalization project to

street parking in the Call Street area. threatened bring shoppers area. back into this once fjfci I Letters to the Editor GENERATIONIN

Starke has something distinctive in its SCHOOL

older buildings that have withstood the Then by the first of January the third .

test of time over the past hundred yearsor "miracle" should be completed, with Sen. Lawton ChilesFew

more. They impart a distinctive atmosphere the streetscaping and beautification of Parental Behavior at Dixie Youth I,

which sets the town apart and Call Street. A possible fourth "miracle" people doubt the Importance '

makes it different from newer towns may take place in 1988 when another Baseball Games Deplored by Fan of completing high school.
Yet our nation's dropout rate has
and cities built of glass and chrome.
grant will be sought to provide low interest grown to 30 percent -- three out of
'J One critic of the deadly monotony of loans to to I am writing tills letter, not because I
property owners put So parents WAKE UP! Or shall I say, 10 young Americans drop out '
the American urban scene said: "Like new facades, with a historical theme, on want to. but because I must. Indeed afterwdnessing GROW UP! watch the world pass them and'I, 'I
the alro nos behavior of many
an advancing fog, sameness is engulf- their buildings. (not all) of the parents and coaches m the And for those who are Christians, ranks The dropout rate m Florida

ing our country. Stand on a divided It seems that America is in the midst Starke Dixie Boys and Drue Youth remember, Jesus is sitting with you on the The US.:among Department the nation's of Education worst.-
highway anywheregolden arches and of a rising tide of affection and respectfor Baseball i tgnr* majors and Minors), ;stands.And many who are lost and without recently estimated that
green interstate signs have blurred the older buildings that have a distinctive sometime bad to be said.
differences of town from another... you walk. 49th in the nation with 61.2
one only
character of their own. All across I bare been mvolvcd with the StarkeReereation Go back to your old neighborhood. The the country, buildings that a generation Department both as player percent of students earning a
sandlot may have been replaced by the and umpire for most of my bfe.And m all high school diploma. Surprising
might have been-or even were-
ago /ly, the problem Is most troubling
bucket of chicken have that time I nave news seen such a blatant Send Those Cards
same you near abandoned and torn down are now being I And m our rural counties of Glades,
your suburban home. The big movie rejuvenated. Starke should be proud to display tills year.of To poor say sportsmanship the!very least,as it IS have em- Jefferson and St. Lucie. Dade

house is now the same franchIsed six- be among the towns and cities that are bamssmg.rorranateiy.: Letters to Virginia County has also proven to be a

fold cinema you squeeze into nearby. doing just that. trouble spot.
.my ctaldren i2)are not yet Minorities are particularly
old enough to paruupate.So they have not Editor. Telegraph: hard-hit, especially Hispanic and
seen these prtdnl parents trying to fulfill black Americans. Blacks are
Region Has Waste Disposal Problem That their 'Dreams of Stardom" through their I would line the residents of Bradford twice as likely as whites to drop
Simply County to know that Miss Virginia
out and
children Thank ffiIdJe7"ve not seen according to the Census
Crawford. 1987 Miss Jacksonville will be
I ,
these parents acting take two-year old cry Bureau, slightly more than one
the Miss Florida in
t ndicuk No.lfs competing in pageant out of three Hispanics never com
Won't Just Go babies. But still it is as.
AwayLetter pathetic. And something must be done Orlando during the week of June 22. The plete high school.
final competition will be held June 27.
before*'s too late.Otherwise our children While it is hard to be certain
to the Editor: solid waste per year; with a projected increase to will pass through die most impressionable I, and many others, feel that Virginia why students drop out, for many
Bradford County Telegraph 586,700 tons per year by the year 2010: an increase years of their tares Uunkmg that is how has a very good chance to be crowned the their academic problems have
V In response to the article of 77 percent. This increase is m line with the parents are supposed to act. next Miss Flonda.She has put a lot of hard begun as pre-school children who
the North Central you recently Florida published growth predicted for the region. Increase, or no work into this competition and she will lacked parental involvement and
concerning
Solid Waste Management field Regional increase, the region has a waste disposal problem lo me. there IS DO excuse: for parents represent Bradford County well in the supervision. By the time they
I Study trip to Tam- that will not simply disappear. players and couches ridiculing and mercilessly pageant. reach school age they have
pa, submit the following comments for the
pur- harassing the ompires for calls already- fallen victim to their
poses of clarification. which are consequential at mat I I would like to ask the people of Bradford economic situation, home life,
The Comprehensive Regional Solid Waste New regulations have specific requirements mean what does it really matter d -bltIe County to support Virginia in her efforts and worst of all, to hopelessness.
Management Master Plan Task Force designed to prevent or minimize groimdwaterpollution. johnny" strikes out? Look on the bright and let her know we care. Everyone can do School quickly becomes a torturous -
(CRSWMMP) visited the Tampa area facilities on Closure costs for our current landfills side there is a great lesson here for your' this by sending a card, letter, or telegramto task they never complete.In .
May 21, to observe the extent to which many communities are in the area of $55,000 dollars per acre. This is child to team. That IS: And coaches you Virginia during the time she is in Orlan- the last five years, our
in Florida are having to go to solve their to provide for an impermeable cap over the landfill may quote me on thai not everyone can hit do. Knowing that everyone back home is economy has produced eight
t waste disposal problem. As was learned on this to prevent infiltration by rainwater. Monitoring the name run somebody MUST make the thinking of her will lift her spirits and million new jobs but 60 percent of
I trip, correct and proper systems are much more wells and gas mitigation systems must also be tnrtr Sometimes it's Pete Rose and boost her confidence when she is participating these jobs pay an annual salaryof
sophisticated than throwing garbage in a hole in installed. sometimes it's -tattle Johnny" Right? in the pageant activities. $7000 and less. As we try to
the ground. More expensive too. Laws regulating new landfill development are Sure. It's just that simple. reassert U.S. economic power,
The McKay Bay Resource Recovery facility very stringent; but not overly so.Our water supply bend the mail to Howard Johnson, Miss we must offer our young people
was built at a cost of 70 million dollars and burns in Florida is very limited and demres. a high 1 can rememoer when I played Little Virginia Crawford Miss Jacksonville, 304 greater opportunity and Incen-
1,000 tons of waste per day, generating 12 level of protection. Costs for developing new landfill League Baseball lonfy a few years ago). West Colonial Dnve Orlando Fla., 32802. tive. They deserve this, and we
megawatts of electricity. This wattage is injectedinto sites are calculated to be in the area of$ -'_ As yon might expect was a very Important need their contribution to be ableto
the areas' power grid system for per acre. Liners are required in all new landfills to tone m my bfe.And I am thankful that Let's all show Virginia that we are proudof compete with other nations.
tion. consump- prevent pollution. On-site dram systems will cap- tins type of behavior was not tolerated. her by filling her hotel room with cards, I believe that the answer to the
ture the leachate so that it can be treated before it (Oh.there were exceptions,but very few). letters and telegrams! Mail your cards as problem lies in the communities
Hillsborough County operates an incineration is released into the environment. Further, new Instead,we were taught that what matters soon as possible to ensure their delivery. where children live and learn.
facility of equal capacity and also owns a 2,000 landfills must be carefully and stringently H not wnetner we wm or lose but bow we Virginia will be leaving Sunday June 21 And I have Introduced legislation
acre landfill. Tipping (dumping) fees at all of operated. play the game.Most importantly we were for Orlando. which focuses on local action.
these facilities are 50 dollars per ton and rising. taught to honor and respect those m Thank You My bill provides for
This is not to say that these operations are "whiteelephants" Cheap, poorly run and neglected disposal autnonty over us land that mcluded nm- Christie Torode, community-designed programsto
r: they simply reflect the true costs of systems are soon to be a thing of the past.Our environment linen Box:37,Lawtey examine the drop-out problemand
handling an urban area's waste. It should be noted is the very life sustaining system on provide answers. To gain
that each type of recycling operations, can be which we all depend. We cannot afford to bang* federal support, the local plan
. scaled to fit the needs of our region. bargain basement price tag on iL KLPOA MembersTo would have to involve,in additionto

; The counties involved in the CRSWMMP are in school leadership, an advisory
bad shape in terms of landfill capacity and waste The CRSWMMP requires the involvement of 1 Elect OfficersAt board representing the full sweep
management system operations. Most of the coun- community leaders throughout the region.We are t of the community.My .
ties have less than five years remaining landfill faced with a prune opportunity to manage the Saturday Supper proposal Is not a large In-
capacity: This is particularly significant when waste disposal problem. Commissioner Joe Rn- vestment when measured againstthe
that landfill dick and Solid Waste SupemsarDarrdO'Neslare scope of the dropout problem.It .
considering a siting process may reqUire we r nn.rvalow .. Member
of the Lake
Bradford County well. These two Kmgsley Property Is a step to learning how to
two to three years time. representing twrtsS a .. slid. The Owners Association
will elect new officers
gentlemen are spending a lot of their time soIWIIIC overcome distractions and difficulties -
Almost every county, in the region has been this The citizens of Bradford County p--_ fdm.i .. r. Teri&ie and directors at the Kingsley Civic Center that discourage completing
operating their landfill without a valid D.E.R. per- should problem.be grateful for their efforts. Ask them .-.d sp.siatl woo haw Saturday,June 20. school. The dropout situation -
mit since 1985. This situation not tswdso.d s.rddV lets
only raises legal demands federal
-
about solid waste management the next tune iron h .. us.. election will be preceded by a attention -
issues, but sheds light on the difficulties of .card atlas lie :
establishing and maintaining a properly run land- see them. They'll tell it just exactly: the'lit*. .....m tioitd....-tadldhag .. covered dish supper. with barbecued not one a huge that, expensive provides programbut to
fill. Shannon .......and pq wh.lero. chicken supplied by the association. 'All the best local solutions.support
Program
Solid Waste Coordinator .NVa popes members and their guests are invited to
The region currently generates 331.400 tons of N.Central Fla.Region attend '- -



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18,1987 TELEGRAPH Page SA


Beth Ann Moore Dale Locke The f -.' r I.. -. ,

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Exchange Vows June 6 .


Beth Ann Moore and Rev.-Dale I ode of the neW8

Locke were united in a service of _
worship and marriage, Saturday ; :
morning. June 6. with Rev. Steve I IN e ,Weddings Club News '*:SdcUU: Events-
Adcock
Seminary.of WUmore.Asbury KY Theological officiating. Receptions ,e Church dews Jrts

The 11:00 ceremony was held at Central -
United Methodist Church in
Da[hart, Texas.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. fc Econo
Mrs. Billy G. Moore of Dalhart. Lodge Employee

Parents the groom are Mr.*Mrs.
Brad Locke of West Palm Beach ,If
FC. Dale is the grandson of the late
Mrs. SbeUie Hall of Start, and the Awards Held 31The
nephew of Mrs. Edna Wells, and Banquet May
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave of Start

Maid of honor was Eileen Cooperof Econo Lodge of Starke held its
Lubbock TX. Matron of honor annual Employee Awards Banquet
was Laune McKmnon of WUmore. May 31 marking the end of the fiscal
KY. Bndal attendants were Leigh year. Anniversary of Employment
Bogar of Denver. CO; Julie Cooper Certificates were presented by
.
of Gail, TX; Suzanne Locke West Patricia Slack the General

Palm Beach sister-in-law of the .. Manager to: Elouise Desue, 21
groom Janet Venable of Lubbock
years the only remaining original
TX and Vicki Moore,Dalhart,sister-
-', employee of the motel; Carrie Gnf-
in-law of the bnde.
fis, 19 years; Pauline Grant 16
Best man was Dean Locke West
William Simmons, 16
years; years;
Palm .
Beach brother of the groom. JoAnn Covmgton, 14 years; Beth
Groomsmen were Mal Locke. West Crew Atwood, 10 years; Melvina
Palm Beach brother of the groom; Green, 8 years, and Theresa M.
David Moore, Dalhart brother of Brown, 4 years, a total of 108 yearsfo
the bride; Greg Ligon and Stan "" service.
McKinnon both of Wilmore.KY and Receiving the first annual
Scott Pastore and John Reeder.both Employee of the Year Award was
of Louisville KY. w n/ Mr. William Simmons, Kitchen
Mal Locke gave the words of Vi Dept.,who was chosen by vote of the
welcome. Special music was provided I : 35 employees. ft

by Bill Moore cousin of the bride r' 1 f'. .. Kim Woodland, on behalf of the
of Phoenix AZ and Vicki Moore : ,,
management and staff,presented to .a A.y1.u Vr
soloists; Also providing music was a r Ms. Slack the "Boss of the Year" _J' L ='T J _
M MIf
quintet comprised of Laune McKm- ,i S. Award and letter of .n,'19"1 .e! -..
a appreciationfor _. _, .I'J ;. ._ _
non,Scott Pastore and John Reeder. her 3'/4 years service. h -
Highlights of the wedding were the The Econo Lodge was opened October -

personal vows each gave to the 15, 1965 as Holiday inn,
other.The groom sang a song be had operated by Mississippi Manage-
composed "He Has. A Place" to his ment Co. The property was sold in --
bnde. 1978 to Triple T Inns. Inc., of In- Employee of the Year....
Following a reception at the --- -- ..
dialantic FL, the current owners William Simmons Econo Lodge his fellow workers and was
Moore Ranch in Dalhart the couple Mrs.Dale Locke and operators of the motel.The franchise Employee of the Year,stands beside presented the award at a banquetthe
left for
a honeymoon in Florida was changed to Econo Lodgein sign proclaiming his award. Mr. held May 31, Congratulations Mr. I
where they plan to visit area attrac October 1983.Church. Simmons was voted this award by Simmons!
tions. Another reception for them is
planned June 21 at Dale's home Kappa Gamma Sonty and is completing Beach Atlantic College and is completing -
church in West Palm Bach Good her Masters Degree m Christian his Masters of Divinity
Shepherd United Methodist. Education and Counseling at degree at Asbury Theological
Asbury Theological Seminary, Seminary WUmore. KY. He will
The bride received a Bachelor of W tlrnore. KY, and will graduate in graduate May 1988.He was ordained
Science degree in Home Economics May was.: May 26. 1987 into the Flonda News I ISinging
from Texas Tech University in Lub- The groom received a Bachelors Southern Conference at Flonda
body.She hs_a_ member of Kappa of Arts degree m Music from Palm northern College in Lakeland FL.

Stir. ___u__
vie where prayers w ererafted
Group Plans St. Edward's Church and the statue was crowned with a

Performance at Bradford Honors Graduates floral wreath by Sean Connaughton.Donna .
Parado served as lector
Baptist ChurchA Sunday, June 7, high school and Dr. Laura Parado was organist.Dr. .
EngagementsLisa mixed singing group from Tennessee graduates of St. Edward's parish William Marchese assisted as
Temple University is set to were honored during the 10 o'clock Eucharistic Minister. Debbie Con-
bring an evening performance Mass. The pastor Father Joseph naughton assisted with arrangements -

Ann Moody, Thursday June 18, at 7:30 pm.. at Finlay presented each of them witha for the special service.
Fender Tyler Wedding Vicki Lynn r-o ratter Bradford Baptist Church. silver crucifix,a gift of the St. Edward's
John Darren Gaskins
Soon Kevin Raymond Gouin The group, 'The..Sounds t>l Altar Society.
Announce EngagementMr. Coming Praise," plan to present a program Following'Mass a reception was Methodist Grods.
The wedding of Gale Fender and Announce EngagementPaul of song along with testimonies and a held in the parish ahll attended by Honored Dinner
.and Mrs. Mark Moody of New family members and friends of the at
Marvin Tyler is planned for Saturday and Peggy Brooks of Hampton brief message.
River announce the approaching June 20. at 7 p.m. in the Community would like to announce the The church is located on 100A graduates. Those honored were Methodist members of the 1987
marriage of their daughter Lisa Church m Keystone Heights.A engagement their daughter,Vicki (Gnffis Loop) at the RR tracks just Theresa Dunne,Jackie Nguyen,Candy Bradford High School graduatingclass
Ana, to John Darren Gaskets Darren reception is to follow the Lynn Foraker. to Kevin Raymond off 100 to Keystone Heights. Parado and Gene Powell. were honored June 1 at a din-
J is the son of Ms. Linda Gaskins ceremony! m the church fellowship Gouin. Kevin is the son of Raymondand All are invited to attend this ser The refreshment table covered ner at the Western Steer.
, of Lake Butler and Johnny Gaskins with a white cloth was centered witha Each
halt Elaine Gouin of Keystone vice. graduate was given a mug,
, of Raiford. All friends and relatives are inVited Heights. bouquet of roses, babies breath especially made by Laurie Mullms
: The wedding is planned for June 22 to attend. The wedding is planned for August New Pastor WelcomedThe and greenery. Fruit punch was servo and a Bible from First United
at 7 p.m. at Pine Level Baptist ed from one end of the table. The opposite Methodist Church.
I 15 at First Baptist Church of Starke. First Church of
Baptist
1 Church in Starke. A reception is to The Bnde-elect is a graduate of Side held the cake decoratedwith The table was decorated with red
Graham welcomes
its new pastor,
J follow in the church fellowship hall. School. The white icing and holding a and grey streamers and 1987
Taylor County High Rev. Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville.
I pedestal depicting three girls and
All friends and family are invited of balloons with an arrangement of red
future graduate
I bridegroom is a Rev. Dobbs is the former pastor of
one boy graduates. Inscriptions con
to attend. and white carnations center-
/ School. as a
1 I I Jones Goodman Keystone Heights High the New Berlin Road Baptist Churchfor sisted of congratulatory messages to piece.Graduates.
J 35 years. the "Class of '87". The table also included Carte Foster
, Rev. Dobbs extends a cordial in- ,
Told held a symbolic graduates
Engagement cap. Shaun Dukes
Schmidt ,
I Carver-Heidegger vitation to his friends to come by and In charge of arrangements for the Stephanie
j L Jones of Start would hello and also attend Robbie McRae, Billy Heavener,
Joseph Engagement Told say to the worship reception were Betty Dazinski, Zita Kristin Alday, Gordon Ivey, Don
like to announce the engagementand service.
Shuford
Sallye Scoggins, Ruth Thompson, Brooke Williams and
approaching marriage of his and
! daughter.Diane C..to John N.Good Vickie Lynne Carver and James Air Park Baptist Meng Sophie Kimutis. Justin Williams.

man son of Dessie L. Jackson of Bernard Heidegger announce their RevivalRev. May Queen Crowned The dinner was provided by
Planning
Starke. engagement and approaching mar United Methodist Women and Cam

The wedding is planned for June 26 riage. Darrel Murray, director of members Pentecost of the Sunday First June Commu-7, pus Ministry Chairman Evelyn
in Starke at the Bradford County The wedding will take place July 4 the New River Baptist Assoc., is set nion class Holy in Chastain. Guests included Rev. and
Courthouse.The at three o'clock in the afternoon at to be guest speaker at a revival participated celebrated a special Mrs. Ballard Wilson UMW President -
Saint Michael's Catholic Church in scheduled for Air Park ceremony by Father Oleeta Hardenbrook.
bnde-elect has two children 3 Baptist June the Blessed
Joseph Finlay honoring
I year old John N. Goodman and Orland Park Illinois with a reception 22 through June 26.The services are Virgin Mary in conjunction with the Gospel Sing.....
, Petnna L.Goodman 1 !years old. to follow at The Martinique. to start at 7 pm. at the church Marian Year
i The couple have been engaged for Vickie a former Starke resident, located on N. Orange St. The children opening carried white daisiesin Bethel Baptist ChurchThe
lives Winter Haven.
four in Special singing is also planned
years. the opening procession which they New Life Singers are scheduled -
PW v each night and the church's own placed at the base of the Blessesd to perform at a gospel sing planned -
.
i. young gospel singers plan to perform Mother statue. During Mass the at Bethel Baptist Church on Rd.
--- Thursday and Friday nights. statue was crowned with a wreath of 230A June 20 at 7:30 p.m.
a All are welcome. flowers by Kelly Trimble. Following Pastor Leon Odom welcomes

r Gospel Sing.... Mass the congregation left in proces- everyone to come and enjoy this
sion to the outdoor Blessed Virgin event.Leila's .
... Souls Outreach Mission

A gospel sing featuring The
Lisa Ana Moody Cavalier's of Perry,FL is scheduledfor
k Saturday,June 20 in Hampton.
John Darm Gatkia Everyone is cordially invited to at-
than 107OOO.OOO Americans- .van out of 10 adults
Every day more r
tend.The Mission is located 3 blocks
read a dairy naxarspapa behind the Hall.
Hampton City Dress & Gift Shop

SpecialEvents Bradford Square Shopping Center

Open Monday Saturday 9:30-5:30: e 964-5051

--V [ Why Every Bride Should

Kathleen Williams Weds Presents
Visit Leila's. _
30 .
Rogers Long May

Kathleen Williams of Starke and 1. An international collection of china crystal and

Rogers Long of Macdenny were + silver patterns..everyday and popularly priced
Hot Summer
manned Friday.May 30 at the First h patterrs as well as elegant exclusives. Savp s
Starke with Rev.
Ben Baptist Bryant Church in conducting the 2. Personal assistance, free of charge, by
Registered Bridal Consultants.

Mrrss.Jani Hughes friend of the II iii; 3. Socially correct wedding invitations

bride Roger, was Hughes matron was best of honor man. and Annette I- W V- 4. Your registration kept on file permanently Storewide Savingsof

Williams daughter of the to assist friends and relatives making

bride was bridesmaid. future purchases.

Following the ceremony, a reception and- 5. Great gift ideas for your attendants.
was held at the home of Joni
Roger Hughes in Starke. Mrs. Bob 6. A free gift for you to say "Thanks" for -20 % to 75 %
served the cake and -- with
bie Fogtman registering your patterns us. On Selected Items

punch.Kegina. 7. There are excellent values in china ,

Fender Honored r crystal and silver..where it costs

Shower no more, it's just nicer.
At Baby '

Fender was the guest of Couples currently listed la our registry
Regina M
honor at a baby shower held May 7. 1 Mary Strong Raymond Brewtagtoa '
Deanna P Vickie Carver&JIm Heidegger
by
The shower given
c Carole Hardla Alan Montgomery .
Tomlinson and Mrs. Geraldine q :
Tomunson.was held at Mrs.TomIJDson' ,.. Latod.Herring&D.rryllWkw
Rd. Toe Bridget Skeen&Robert UnderbID
Brownlee
home on
-Shower of Good WMhes"was Mettaea Wmklcr Steve Stringer
theme used. + rf ,' i.. M# Belay Bloodgood&Mark Mitchell
RocbeOc: leerman Regina "fir
After games were played .; '' rap
opened her many gifts. Approx- Lavonoe Morrto&Michael Guvton .

imately 35 guests enjoyed the occasion / Bradford Square e Stark e 964-5051
and the refreshments that were e OPEN: Mon.-Sot. 9-30-5:30
served at the end.



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Bradford Riding Club Starke Church of God ,




Planning Barrel Futurity, Honors Graduates -


A banquet honoring the high conch shells. on either side. Remaining -
school graduates at Starke Church tables were decorated with burning -
The Bradford Riding Club is set to day starting June 21 from 7 p.m.biB .Jl IMr t a. of God was held in the church tapers, greenery and flamingos.
have their first ever Barrel Racing p.m. Our first give-away will be pl ttEl fellowship ball 7 p.m. Saturday, Helium balloons in matching colors,
Futunty with Coca-Cola sponsoring sponsored by Sheriff Dolph Reddish. June 6.The were hung at points of interest.
$2000 toward the futurity. The event, The club invites everyone to come hall,decorated with the theme Don Hardy Bradford High School
j planned for Oct.31Nov.. 1.hopes to out and bring your family &: friends "Sail On'' in mind featured one Chorus Instructor was guest speakerfor
bnng in the best of barrel racers and find out what barrel racing is all whole wall depicting an ocean scene the occasion. Mr. Hardy sang
from Florida and other states. An about. This is great entertainment with flamingo pink and peacock "You Must Have Been A Beautiful
action filled weekend is expectedwith for families and something for the green life,preservers and anchorshanging Baby"to the two graduates.Tammy
the return of the Saturday even- kids to do on Saturday nights! throughout. Henley and Kelli Jo Dyal. He also
ing calf It pig scramble. Many other The riding club also holds a h x Guests were served pineapple- presented them with their class
plans still underway. Jackpot Barrel race at 3 p.m. with banana punch as they were welcomed flower and a balloon.
The Bradford Riding Club is hoping $200 added every 4th Saturday. abord the U.S.S.Good Times Ship Mrs. Clarice Montz read "From
to make this a community Involved Come be a part of the cheering sec ....., via a ramp decorated with palms, Hassles to Tassles"; Randy Joyner
annual event. Leading up to tion or come ride with us.Admissionis "" ............-1ft :,,, .it51 ficus trees and flamingos by the and Ida Sue Schmitt read the Last
Futunty tune several groups are free to the public. ships purser,April Taylor. Will and Testament; Mr. Ralph
planning to sponsor a free hotdog Watch for updated news on the Kim Grit us riding In the CocaFuturity held recently In Memphis Head tables were covered by Martin presented the graduates with
and coke give-away every 4th Satur- barrel racing event. Coin sponsored Barrel Racing TN white cloth with pink napkins. bibles from the church; Pastor
Peacock green tapers,greenery and Walter F. Montz gave the benedic
flamingos were used as a center arrangement tion.
with pineapples _and A special thanks to the servers.

_ Special Arrivals I

Jonathan Bradley DuncanMr.
Michelle grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Brittany Fender
and Mrs.Stewart Z.Duncan of
Austin Fender of
Starke. :
James Richard (Richie) and Stark.s announce the birth of a son, Madison Street Baptist Preschool

Regina Lynn Fender of Starke announce William Andrew Splitt Jonathan Bradley, born June 1 at Now taking applications for summer and fall enrollment.
the birth of a daughter, Brittany Alachua General Hospital.
Michelle born June 13 in Richard and Theresa Splitt announce Maternal grandparents are Mr, There are still spaces available in all 2,3 & 4 year
the
birth of -
Alachua General a son, William
Hospital. She and Mrs. Harry P. Faulkner, Sr. of
weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and Andrew, born June 4. He weighed 7 Starke. Great-grandparents are classes.I
measured 20 inches. pounds, 15 ounces and measured Mrs. Zita Hicks of Jacksonville. +
Maternal grandparents are Mr. 20V4 inches, and joins a brother, Paternal grandparents are Mr. Contact Mrs. Eula Nichols rand 964-6722. L.C NO 030469
and Mrs.Edward Thomas of Lawtey Justin, one-year ofd. Happy Birth Mrs. Emory W. Duncan of
and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Euncie of day Justin! Lawtey. Great-grandparents are
Lawtey. Great-grandparents are Maternal grandparents are Leroy Mrs. Gertrude Cruce of Lawtey and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice of and Ruby Hines of Starke. Mr. Zeno Duncan of Tallahassee.
Lawtey. Paternal grandparent are Ms. .
Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Betty Splitt of Pennsylvania and Mr.
Gale Fender and the late James Richard B. Splitt also of Penn y/
Fender of Starke. Great- sylvania.



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Olympians ,' resident Van Dubolsky was scene by winning quarterfinal
one of 47 Florida entrants who honors in the men's 35division..
? traveled to compete in the 1987 US Over 1000 athletes competed for
I National Racquetball Champion- J live straight days in the annual
ships held at the downtown YMCA in event. The tournament determined
Houston, Texas over the Memorial the /finest racquetball players in the
CompeteTwenty Day weekend. Dubolsky helped country in open and age divisions.
establish a commanding lead for Wheelchair racquetball enthusiastsalso
y I Y / Florida on (he national_ l racquetball competed in the event.

athletes, representing ....v --. -."..... .- ....""":' '''' "'.>-
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competition for mentally retared baseball for the liK7 season. On the back row from left to right: Coach Mike .. '
children and adults. Mort than a From left to right on the front row: Kubbie Kashett Lawson Joe Sanford Steve LewIs! Jerenii Wexler.v Heating & Air Conditioning
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years of training, planning vile have performed the dual func- practice for her talent competition.She praying," she said.
I If practice and prayers have assistedVirginia tion of giving her experience and will perform a medley recorded "I'm not nervous about the
F Crawford of Starke in her confidence she will need in appear by Barbara Streisand titled "Sing... pageant. I have such a peace aboutit.
climb to become one of 50 con- ing before the large crowds and Make Your Own Kind of Music." This is the same way I felt about
testants in the Miss Florida Beauty Judges of the Miss Florida Pageant, Jim Peronto and Herb Stuckey of Miss Jacksonville. If it's God's will
Pageant, a prerequisite to the Miss and of giving her an opportunity to Starke have scored the music for it will happen," she said.
a un America Pageant the nation's witness about God and serve as a her. Crawford could not find any Crawford said she'd like for her
oldest and most distinguished. Christian role model. written music to the medley, so the friends and supporters to rememberher
Crawford, the reigning Miss "The to witness is the
opportunity two professionals volunteered their in prayer as she begins a very
Jacksonville and daughter of Patty most important aspect of this com time and efforts to listen to recordings hectic week.
and Neil Crawford of Starke, will petition," said Crawford, "That's and write the music score She will leave Sunday at 9 a.m. to
leave Sunday,June 21,on her way to why the Lord gave Miss Jackson which will be played live by the Miss register in the competition.The contest -
F. Orlando to compete with the other ville to me'Crawford Florida Pageant orchestra will start then with her first ap-
contestants who have been crownedas has been working full- This is the talent number she per pearance and from then on.it will be
F.'y queens of various cities and counties time at the Florida National Bank at formed to win Miss Jacksonville, but one thing right after another.
in Florida, Starke and going to school three it has been reworked with the help of
Although Crawford has devoted nights a week at Santa Fe Community many volunteers. competitions -
long hours to preparing for both the College where she is a psychology Peronto and Teri Hildebrand (5th Wednesday,Thursday and Fri-
Miss Jacksonville Pageant which major. She has also somehow runner-up Miss Alabama 1960) and day and the contestants are divided
she has already won,and the upcoming managed to work a great deal of Tony Romero (professional entertainer into three categories for the
Miss Florida Pageant she gives practice and preparation time into employed Walt Disney preliminaries. Crawford is in
; : the credit for her victories to God. that busy schedule over the past two World) have helped Crawford with category "C"which means she will
"1 know that the Lord has made years. "I've sort of taken the sum staging her number. Crawford's be interviewed on Wednesday morning
everything that's happened possible. mer off to prepare for Miss Florida, mother, Patty, and director, Ruth participate in the evening gown
There's always been just enough though," she noted. Sidbury of Jacksonville, have con- competition Wednesday night par-
money and help has always come Crawford has worked hard on tributed immeasurably to the stag- ticipate in the talent competition
when lye needed it most," she said. each aspect of the upcoming competition ing of her performance. Thursday night and the swimsuit
Crawford said that one of the best A 7-mmute interview will Crawford's dress will be an competition on Friday.She has been
aspects about winning the Miss be one requirement and Crawfordhas original design by Bob Mays of chosen by the luck of the draw to be
Jacksonville crown was the fact thatit spent as much as an hour and a Phelps Fabrics in Jacksonville and contestant number 1 in all the com-
opened the door for her to make half at a time in interview situations will be white with beadwork and petitions.On .
Virginia CrawfordThis numerous personal appearances. where she has learned to be at ease rhinestones featured in the design. Saturday, only the top 10 will
She said the 18 personal appearances and answer questions on a vast Besides all the other preparations, compete once again in all categoriesas
Starke beauty Is a current Miss Jacksonville and will travel to she has made so far in the variety of subjects.She Crawford has had to exercise and finalists for the Miss Florida
Orlando next week to compete In the Miss Florida Pageant and a chanceto 18 weeks she has been Miss Jackson has also spent long hours. in eat right, "and I've done a lot of crown.
be Miss America, if she wins. -- SM r.g. nKEYSTONE

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in the beating death of a Keystone party was attended by approxiamte- HOURS
Heights man whose body was foundin Iy 20 people and witnesses said Strat- i v x S:307pmMon.Sat.
a wooded area early Sunday mor- ton was not invited. HOURS
ning. Stratton got into an argument with 3:30: 7 pmMon.Sat. OOrSO % .
Charged June 16 with murder was several people over parking arrangements Sun. 10-fi
Paul Fletcher Sisk, 20, of Melrose and drove his truck into /
Fred Carlton Ward, 19, of Keystone Ward's car before leaving, according Sun. 10-6 /
Heights and Michael James Fon- to witnesses ..d
tana, 18, also of Keystone Heights, The three apparently followed A
.according to Clay.County Sheriff's Stratton for half a mile before he
spokesman Scott Lancaster The pulled his truck off the road.
three remain in custody without Evidence shows a sturggle in the
bond following their first appearance area, but no motive for the beating
before the court. and kicking death, according to
The arrests came as a result of an Director Lancaster.
investigation which revealed Strat- While no additional arrests are ex-
ton had driven his pickup truck to a pected the investigation is continu-
party in an isolated area about three ing.


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s Customer stropping i at the new of the services available to customer services and has workedfor
Wino Dixie shopping center opening customers at the main bank office on the bank for 15 years.She has liv ted
today in Starfce will have the con- US 301 south in Starke except final in Bradford County for the past 19_
vtenence and services of local bank- approval on loans and safe deposit years and is married,with two sons
ing in the same building.Community boxes,which will remain at the main and five grandchildren.Kim .
office. Woolfin moved here from
State Bank of Starke
has invested over$150,000thins new -A full range of loan applicationswill Schalick, New Jersey and has work
concept called Super Market Banking be available, however, along ed for the bank for the past two
with a new office and four with plenty of friendly advice from years.She says the move here was a
employees who will'bring the bankto the four bank employees Judy good one and has enjoyed meetingthe
i the customers" according to Executive Padgett Betty Morgan, Kim the herein this area.
i- r r 1 Vice-President Ray Nor- Woolfin and Cindy White, who will
man soon be familiar faces to their Cindy White is a BHS graduate, a
Tius is an exciting developmentfor -customers. graduate student from Santa Fe
our customers and for us at the Padgett has been with CommunityState Community College and is currently
..el bank." Norman said. "We look for- Bank for over 12 years and is a enrolled in Elementary Education at
ward to serving our old customerseven lifelong resident of Starke and a the University of Florida.
better with this new facility graduate of Bradford High School. "This is an exciting concept for
and making some new friends in the She is Head Bookkeeper at the bank Starke," Norman concluded. "We
community as well through this new .and is married and has one child. are looking forward to working with i
::1 concept" "We're here to serve our the people at this new branch office I
The idea of combining a bank customers," Padgett says. "Andhopefully and to make their banking as convie- I
within a grocery store in the Winn meet some new ones as nient and as pleasant as possible." !
Dixie has been tried Just once by the well. '
two organizations in Lake City.
"We consider this to be an imporIaDt
step in maintaining our competitive -
Jf level as an independent
bank and to offer even better service
"to our customers" Norman said. Newspapers command a larger share of advertising dollars
-f "We think this is an idea who's time in the U.S.than television,billboards and magazines
has come." combined.

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Poisinous snakes are out and moving.. .": locally- ;

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Snakes are out and moving this Florida area. Now a skin Is worth it was necessary to keep them at Maines warns, "This is the time of
time of year. So, be careful in the about $2 a foot, and the market is home a couple days before Ross year to be on the lookout for
woods, says Doug Maines,a veteran limited to the local skin shops." Allen would take them. snakes." They come out of their
snake handler and trapper. Skins are used to make belts, hat- "Snakes are not dangerous if you holes hungry in the spring,and move
Maines is holding a 5 ft. rat bands, billfolds, and occasionally a are careful. They normally strike continuously until they find food.
tlesnake, caught with 3 others June mounted animal. low, as they hunt for food, and often Walter Huntley,a logging contractor -
9, crawling out of a brush pile off Maines said also"The most I ever do not inject poison," said Maines. a nd customer at the welding shop
t. Forsyth Road. "ot was 16 snakes from one gopher He was once bitten on the hand by a confirms"Yes,it's time for them to
Robert Jones also pictured, of hole. The gas we used to drive them moccasin, but no venom was in- be out, although I haven't seen one
Jones Bulldozing Co., was pushing from t the hole leaves them J groggy; so jected. on my operation yet this year."
t piles to clear a field for cultivation.
3P Jones was watching for the snakes,
because would -k \ ,
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V' Maines had been a snake hunter in
years past, and had actually made a IVIOBI
living doing that some time ago. He r E
w e moved from Hilliard to Starke 10 .
years ago, and gave up the snake SPEC/qL
hunting for his welding business
about that time. He is owner of -
Maines Welding and Fabricating, Don't Wait
located just off Forsythe Road.
w When Maines was married in 1974,
!? his wife was studying to become a
., dental technician, and he supportedhis for 1OO TemperaturesBeat -
snake and
family by hunting
'coon trapping. In those days, "a live
snake could be sold for about $5 a the Heat witha
foot to Ross Allen or various animal
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pistol match Saturday, June 8, with G -ahsiwp00P' :I
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criminal justice system, including FPOA : Senior Glue,E Yilrary Dics.ecs :r
the judiciary, various law enforcement Pistol Match Winners... --
agencies, corrections and the Winners In the FPOA pistol match held Special: Sofa & Chair '29.95
at the
federal border patrol.Approximately firing range Saturday,June 8: UCI P.Southerland, UCI; D.Davis UCI; Halitad. Lake ;f
250 persons attended Front row (I-r-Kneeling: G.DensonCentral Office Corr. Inst.; P. Yaden S. Lee, L.Turnage, FSP. :' 1fI'OoaiI.c.r.. namit aatiisfsetiwKeataaa :'
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FPOA district director of Second row (l-r-H, Davis. .UCI; K. O'Guln. FSP LWCI. FSP; J.Sapp. UCI; W.llalton. UCI; K. Rogers, UCI; PI.EesI.esvin with a .'. ',
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son, and David and Gwen Abraham.
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bullseye match were D. Harrington,
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possible 900, with 18 x's (bullseyes).
First place winners in the men's
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Rogers, Expert; E. Miller, Master. stitution; Tom Barton, superintendent of Florida State chief of police lilountstown.Ijrfi .
Match winner was R.Joyner,with a
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I -ffcrlP8 delivery truck (HIM (;MC) and a 1976 Ford were northboundon
s US-3n1. As the .Ford driven by John J. Cowart, 50,of Starkp slowed to
make a right turn into Powell's,the delivery truck struck the Ford in the
rear causing it to overturn and land upside down on the rear of a parked
unoccupied 1984 Chrysler convertible, according to Patrolman 'lay
Sellars.
Total damage to the three vehicles was $5,5(1(1.(( there were no reported
injuries. The Ford was modified to operate on propane fuel and leaking
fuel had to be foamed from the area by Starke firefighters Ilex Siemer.M. .
Rusty Barrett and Chief Dwayne llardee.
r Eugene Johnnie Parker of Jacksonville was charged with careless
drib ing in the accident.

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I benefactor donates large; amount to 4HBen SAWYER A


Campen, Gainesville auc 4-H leader there. He grew up in the Andrews ic;good friend ol George Its mission is to help young people
tioneer, has donated land in North Brooker area of Bradford County, Muggins retired Bradford County develop the knowledge,skills and at-
Carolina, valued at $37,000 to the and was started on his career in Agent and they worked together an titudes necessary to become productive -
Florida 4-H Foundation, in honor of agriculture by V.R. Ferguson rez- many projects tbrougfioul the years. self-directed members of society
A. r. Andrews, his former 4-H tired ag teacher at Bradford High Conuneating on the gift. Campen
leader. School. After finishing college. An- said "Basically 1 anted to do
Andrews has retired after 30 years drews taught for two years at something to honor A. T, who has Andrews states the proceeds from
service as County Agent of Alachua Hastings High School, before moving been a very positive mUbmce m my the nine donated lots in North
County. which included serving as to Gainesville as .v..m v As.M Me. want toss gilt lobea perpetual Carolina "will probably be used to
tribute to bum. He has made such a provide classrooms at various 4-H

ObituariesRudolph) ............................. dillerance.not only m my lute but in camps throughout north Florida,but
11II the lives of young prafte throughoutthe especially it will be used at Camp
state/' Ocala in Marion County," which is
located on Lake Sellers in the Ocala
F. DeWaters Leah !Mae BryantLeah 4-H IS the largest: wI-4)f-Khd National Forest and is the camp

Rudolph F. DeWaters, 87, of Mae Bryant. 71, resident of educational program m the nation most! used by 4-H clubs in this area.
Hampton died Friday, June 12, in Starke,died early Saturday morning
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V.A. Medical Center, Gainesville, at Alachua General Hospital in
following a brief illness. Gainesville, FL following an extended GENERAL
Born in Boston, Mass., March 18, illness.
1900, Mr. DeWaters moved to Hamp- Mrs. Bryant was born and raised' ELECTRIC
ton over 40( years ago. He was a in Franklin. NC and moved to Starke
member of St. Edwards Catholic where she lived most of her lile.She 4,000 BTU A/C
Church of Starke. Mr. DeWaters wasa was retired from Bradford County iiDURtti 1
retired barber, tile worker, Hospital and was a member of the 7.9 EER 115 Volt
plumber and railroad worker. Pine Level Baptist Church of Starke. I 10 Position Thermostat
Survivors include three brothers, Survivors include her husband. /
Jerry DeWaters of Titusville, Ed. '
F. E
Roy Bryant; one son. Roy
ward DeWaters: of Towson, MD and Bryant Starke; three daughters. H $188
Dominick DeWaters of Jackson Betty Blackburn Linda Smith and
Hgts., NY; two sisters, Margaret Dorothy Kitchens, all of Starke;her ,,, I II
Keene of Kissimmee and Virginia mother Mrs. Viola Hall ol

Introcaso of LaKewood, NJ; three Charlotte, NC; three brothers Ed From one room to whole house
grandchildren; son-in-law Joseph and Jack Hall, both of Franklin.NC
Calamoneri of Edison, NJ. and Edsel Hall of Charlotte;one & ALLAMERICAN I cooling Sawyer Is your
Graveside services were held at
sister Ruth Hall ot Charlotte, \C.
930: a.m. June 15 in Santa Fe and three
eight grandchildren great A/C
xc'tin
Cemetery, Hampton Lake, with grandchildren.
Father Joseph Finlay conducting Funeral services were held June
the services.Jones Funeral Home ot 15 at Pine Level Baptist Church with HEADQUARTERSGIBSON
Starke was in charge of ar Alvarez and
Rev. Roman officiating FOOD .
rangements. Rev. John Strickland assisting. BARFor .' ... ,

Theresa Lee Moody Burial was in Kingsley Lake a real treat FOOD -( j-t '; : ; 'I" I Carrier 1$0.-1:
Cemtery under the direction ol Archie try our BAR. You will \ ,, : i
Theressa Moody, 26, of Railord, Tanner Funeral Home of find :
died Thursday night from injuries Starke. a variety of meats vegetables salads

sustained Bradford County.in an auto accident in desserts and ice cream bar to suit your S .

Mrs. Moody was born in Lakelandand taste at a GREAT PRICE . . '3.99
had lived in the Raiford Community Elizabeth Bell Sawyer
for the last four years. She Meat Item at Clue Food Bar Fish Baked Chicken. Chopped +
was employed with the Red Lobster Elizabeth Bell Sawyer, 80, of Sirloin a CHEST FREEZER
Restaurant in Gainesville. Postmasters' Village, Lake Geneva Gravy Smoked Sausage Chicken Livers Barbecue

Survivors include her husband, Fla., died Monday June 1$, in Chicken lasagna. Fried Chicken. Roast Beef and Meat Loaf.

James Moody; one daughter, ClaraE. Whispering Pines Nursing Home in $246
Comes; two sons, Frederick E. Starke following a lingering illness.
Born March 28, 1907 in Auburn

Cornes both of and Raiford Jeffery; mother Wayne and Moody stepfather Maine Geneva, Mrs.in 1970 Sawyer from moved Anson to Maine.Lake Or try our full menu for the _
Mr. and Mrs. E. .J
Gary
member of Faith _
She was a L
Baucom of Peebles, OH; one
brother, Jack Greschel of Cinncm- Presbyterian Church in Melrose; a Best Steaks Around! )} K SPh
ot -
retired school teacher membfl'O.E.S. -
natl OH sister Sharon Barnesof ; "-
; one : ..
.. Chapter '53 of Dover. NH; ,
Baldwin maternal grandmother, 7
; member of the D.A.R.,North Anson. ---
Mrs. Mae Cary of Raiford.
Funeral services were held Sun Maine '
Survivors include a nephew. GIBSONFAMILY
the of Archer Funeral
day in chapel
Leonard of Walnut Grove.
Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Partridge tR e SIZE FROST
j Steve Haskell officiating. Burial was NC.Graveside .
held
services were m FREE REFRIGERATOR
in Sapp Cemetery under the direction Auburn, Maine. Burial will be ID )It. STMKHOUSC
of Archer Funeral Home of
I Auburn Cemetery with local arrangements -
Lake Butler. direction of $438
under the
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone US 301 S 9648061Y
Card of Thanks
Heights.
Many heartfelt thanks for your 9 -
love and kindness expressed throughthe
sending of flowers, the bringing GENERAL
of food and especially your prayers. INTRODUCTO I s SPECIAL FROM 1 m CULLIGAN
You will never know what all these ELECTRIC
things meant to us. Gas Grills
God Bless You, AUTOMATIC WASHER
The Family of Sheena Norman
5k RENTSOFT iUJJSu I

"
Card of ThanksThe V

family of Mrs. Laura Belle R'E1yps 1
Brown of Hampton would like to extend ( I II
our thanks and deepest appreciation i
to our friends and
I relatives who so graciously assistedus iMI ) r ,

in our time of sorrow. Our mother WATER 1NW
I always enjoyed beautiful flowers,
I good food,and conversation with her .
I II Large Capacity
friends and neighbors. This was i
i surely what you provided for each of I Wash, Rinse,

us these past few days. I i Temperature Selections
Our special thanks to Dr. Pete I iI' $390 $2ftOO
Gianas and the nursing staff at '
Bradford Hospital for your soothing 298
words and concern. It meant so Special
much to u\.
Also, to Norma and staff you
9 a s5441c
were great! To Sue and Nannie, and 1-800-342-9084
5 many others, we can't begin to
repay you for your help and devotion &d49 1fI1d Sao vc
.t to "Mom and Grandma." I I
To Steve and Tommy (and the
staff) at Jones Funeral Home, we II O

., will never forget your kindness and
support.
Thank you so much, we love you
1 'I all.

i Kathryn Weest Carbone 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964.7701
The Gordon Weest Family
HOURS: Mon.-Frl. tam-5pm Saturday 8 amNoonPage
The Frank Brown Family
The Emory Topsy) Brown Family .




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CARS &TRUCKS HElJl'WANIDUCIIIIIID CiALrfcnm REAL ESTATE

..BVUEASE SAIJEIT
19B3 MERCURY MARQUIS loaded ...Hheverything. FOR SALE "
Premium sound leather EI/E. +w.r.wPirw

..ol.. Must see to appreciate. In Good r-c.-..'... _3a1 ebergpw.aefull4tee. .. -- BBL Iran 1Mw east OCA1A MATICnMAl KMEST and rWilltJa;
Condition. S4.49S. "" .. .... wwsld.P11orr KIE.. Nigh ,.
964-6305. Ifnim; WootoG2II.'v. .[pwrwd..r/lew pat.wwl aq.16er6.fhR.g.e4lr.ntewSS.bewP dIy weodad bus Mobile home, cabin ( sP'
INS VW SCIROCCO. Perfect ... !
condition .P3W.IYIeeIBar = .
,' ... .311C1thtDIiIIIIDI51M. camptnaj 0.'. HuntIng and fishing. a
till under full warranty, buying an "87Polarlt : RIOLiE aF'IIIIDIIJI"- ..liei .s car wtLK xa8iPLie3ts51. S&4SO WT9O ch.. $63.71 monthly. REALTYPHONE
whit w/block _il_
accents, ...dG.....'".......tL Flwtnwd.q,. (901( 23a.437: day C'04)) 622.2438 .
gray Inl..lor..ort". AM-FM /a1pE11II : se Ik-3Et ....-_ eMesvZ/nrh
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Call ee 9BaD.S4BI
stereo co.. "".. AC.fiv.-.pe.d.Mew :pl 1E E rss.---f.oif\r! \ .Sfcfltej dshap'YM'.661. -W.M.C Rrgp ....... 9648eBr UMtTIO RIAtTT Of STARKt 1 40 S.

$13.500 Asking $8.500. Call 9644305 .oA10 IhetgATLME w.a4T331 4x T5t6wIRIKBS Walnut ST., Star..... 94-8447. 4/16 964-777.
or 4734380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn IRf. P.aow P R El.sf

19i2 CHEVY MAUMI OAWIC. AC. 'n.\.._"Ihwskrpnq IADW 1ID ie.rgr Elit61lBIT!'--erd-..rakq'..She- ............__$ rCas
PB. AM/FM stereo, lilt, cruise: low Pr.....eM41116.51E3gd0RJN _l 1- Fr..e.' .....-,- IHLsh. IS acre, off US 301 south of Starke.

mileage. easy terms, ph. 4737750.) PULL 4MO wTJEUsm, Psnwe 5"3itas515E Owner financing. After 6 p.m, TerwlllegarA
6/18 Itpd I -m.-Bp SistiTara.1 9** im e/TI 2tpd 6/18
available
en r g.r.lel6oapHOl. .
W1 THUNDERBIRD good condition .Sp.amlwng-.www.Etang gtrsgl ....,_ 184Ea 0.IIJc..IaL ..-... ....ACRES new septic tank new w.lr
$2800. Also washer ft dryer SI 00. fin6.6.9bs SSBA"T.JtIdIga role box few years ago I ran "One Solitary Life"in
:iplasrtttu thread esiw, rr3 '.. with>pumav with 200 amp and
964.5563.6/181tpd Medicaleurgsnetexl. tp r 1e'w gtrabw. a......_*. For Information call my column and received marvelous calls

173: FIREBIRD best looks and runs good .biaellentiinly ..................1e. 9648659. 6/112tpd6/TB and letters. Also I used it as Christmas
$1000 offer. my
or .31-1286.6/1811pc1.. : to"-' _....... .I....{..................1 .1CT1OCEi1 : OOUMTRir STORK an US 19.Eridu. opportumty -
FORD TRUCK CAP wheel ......
whit. long (Hand Sung ,qi ..-. SR HZI 100. to llwe simple life quiet country 4 card years ago and had the same wonderful
fibsrglass. Excellent condition lafce !AirtlanIRkexaia 2I2J5olEOL..1II1I2aIIom. : tawnv only, 4O miles from Tallahassee.
$175 firm. 782.3229 after 4.30.. */1B 04-4V6ZS23 *,1. o _Llms ..-...a..dibsvls.trr.d Calf Tins Peary, Realtor. 9049974340. response including a note from former Gov.

Itpd FEDERAL. STATE a C3ML .-JMsv.. ttre .....w.-.. Cewrryie Scam 87 243 Bob Graham.So .
19.t CHRYSLER NEW YORKER fully load- SV6.7D7" XW.TVeB ....... T' _..,A'...... etre1lit 'd......x..re .
ed. Tok. over payments. Call after CALL: JOB ILJNE sm-.aejsfin tlaa. .- ..sew ...... .ie ...dlrererirvdErar it is with love again that we present
p.m. 9647823. 6/18 Itpdmo trweRfo WANTED
;T-33T7oc' nfo.aHr..5111>ad5Z5CAPITOL
CHEVY LUV. 4 X.. sell all or park TAE TEEFRaea >i-e. CA1114OfRElD _
TBa/ *PPS11J111$
96<1..238.6/18 4tchg 7/9 w reanti.LERE flaIR RILSfA// U.cJa .
talllltinsee; cbrab. i. ..._ MOORS NUBfDE Far hair color classes QZ ONE S LIFE-'
oiB80 6 TAIRIFR 011BR111ETeilN >
full time TO air WGR: T.cbam.a.Sww IEL6iwM.re or Vo-Techx No charges for hair color. OLITAKY

HOMESFOR ..pereew m.ae.rwty. C.enea.y 1Ped ats.r.ee Is TUBl7Ax. .ir>a>.Mus*receive)applications by Jun.
&enefnB include: XbidiualHoliday Y-rsnw 1 I9.Please colt Vo-Tecb.70:201.6/18 born obscure the child ofa
SALE JICICJIII __........ P.r.1 i.at 1'1.- He was in an village,
'Profit Sharing ILIIe tk.rs. Pad Ttad
'
*. Call'CuHeel <"D..T.;aSB ial.ydi..IRw..1uBDAx! Danrr RUM YOUR CREDIT i will take peasant woman. He grew up in another village
S4 Pro Sswall Qe.soR.i tR PisYpp.wewr.NdTe..w.e4l
:3 BR. 2 BA BRICK VENEER HOME with Monday thrj IFmday. SB eum Sisum over your mortgage. William D. Tiffin.
fireplace and garage on 5 __. Icon'117.z3&CHIDC 4R..e.ned..gedlvfla .Ie la _4k5
Beautiful home.. United Reamof N FBM. 82064996 --.iI Bar 15_......... tl..w1ScamsRote.aked9r. CUV HOUSES to fix up.William D. Tiffin. thirty. Then for three years He was an itinerant
Stark. 964 8447 or 473-3627. Reduced : .At twt
to$59.500. 3/26 tin 964-4402..1'18 ftted preacher. He never wrote a book. He never heldan
2 BR. 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for ENJD't'.nil' 71 9 ..11
retired couple. Easy walking distance and PanAn. Psifw ...'.....c..Il I office. He never had a family or owned a home.

to new shopping center. 29999. Call -485-ilTMfm i.;..... .. ...1IIE2aIoI625VDI.UIIIUiIiI5 ; .
oc He didn't go to college. He never visited a big
96<1.5606.30 tfn Reruata t

MUST SELL 4 BR, 2 bath block home on 1 ''PAlS" air arbaarng yhowCana city. He never traveled two hundred miles from
1/. acres. Inground pool.2 cor garage C-- Royo esd. qP'1.. .'a IZ I
In county. Reduced 964.8239. 6/1B Itpd Sand alp eta awdally aiw-.m.ew et the place where He was born. He did none of the
20 ACRE FARM fenced B cross fenced. the iun cand.8i1'-' e.8 asnrlrer eGIwitw
BR. \/t BA frame home north of 'for lie.........S.ewe wShon things that usually accompany greatness. He had

Lawtey on 125. Must see 1o oppiecmte.. : smor ..eI1I.- 1eesoens credentials but Himself. He
no GiCTx was only
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Call 473 3254. R.T. Lovorn Realty. 6/18 (Of 6Mhr..anD ifs F
2tchg 6/25 mare oinI- nnIrtmn. wen.at thirty-three when the tide of public opinion turned
NEW HOME Reverse Board and batten lwnesDpt..KB:l .c.u..IItL_
with brick. 2 BR. 2 BA. CH&A. large iron s..rt.dIe Etkee.nany: Schsdl enroll against Him. His friends ran away. One of them

front porch overlooking lake 1 9M4i7J0.5/7B2teI! ..ZiMUL'TPlEAanE
denied Him. He was turned over to His enemies
_..
+ocr. Custom made kitchen cabinets CAEIE W a.g

and vanities. Hurry before July 110_es. vpportunneje Bar_..lIiPtIIa.CsOKe K and went through the mockery of a trial. He was
Sampson Lake vicinity. Call 431-1776 or .......snip sliateiiu. '1. IlbI -4TeHeaItbCoten.wearmbswe.
964.8085. For sole by owner 6/182tpd + ...... nailed to a cross between two thieves. C'(!). While

6/25 _hihs&.CaIl-'t-1f1o.' ,. ...1
..,..,: $3B-2Lalsr.r.rr.d.e a.yorfumtw. He was dying..... His executioners gambled for

BUSINESS : .!EDE.IIII2thtVOCATIOtIIN..116'8$6701.OtiRIL'TRY : SaaaE M F.i1 PRESIDENT His garments, the only property He had on earth.

OPPORTUNITIESOWN .X pandmg USB OB*)......1 cad. When He was dead, He was laid in a borrowed grave
Vocational Ben ere El. n Cavrrawc96mrnwrnt through the pity of a friend. Nineteen centuries
YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE
STORE: choose from: Jeon/. ._. elsal8rwmn s 'a tbgh Local dfY.y3012BlksS.SR.100C have come and and today He is the central
,
.. cad gone
school flipiDfVB car ins:. Street
ladies apparel mans cbildrennitV. /..._- -KViMB 221: W.tafor e>
large .iz... pelrte.dancewearoerobic. Iwo yeans an.oienglaayM.satel.addllIt..mplgmig xntional _.w-e.lbeatwx "T' 7-3 figure of the human race. GX3. AH the armies that

Add. bridal color linger.or __.Gwd.teril.gcatidnraw r; ever marched, all the navies that ever sailed all
accessories store. analysis
end Srttne ........ ..... I
Brands: Liz Cla _born.. Gasoline toll 'I 4tarrey. sac......-w s--- 964-5069 [B the parliaments that ever sat, all the kings that
Healthtex. Lev!. L Camp Beverly ..
.w.zzzz.i&rt.Z2.---cI; : ; : :
Hills, St. Michele, Chaus. Outback Red. rem nwuna10:at : ever reigned put together, have not affected the
Genesis. Forenza. Organically Grown *
over 2000 oth.... Or $13.99 One PriceDesigner MAwTIamuksuPPltt5fi0ReeoplweldMedlcelCiiner! REAtrOU life of man on this earth as 'much as that.....

Multi-tier pricing discount orfom.ly ,.
D..di211 flEMLTC ASSOCIATES EVENINGS
shoe .tor. Retail prices ,
unbelievable for quaUty shoes normally Lohe3rtSrIPI! rt rL-IIri&_ 964-5142

priced from $19 la $80 Over 250 GDyslalwlIT I+ewtamg..r 5.43mbgf69. a.c i r.s.ry '". 964-8420 <& ONE. SOLITARY LIFE-'

wt Brands 2600' styles. SI4' .BOO_to S26.9OO*- : __.DatD MJlW and .......... 6ar ......1Irgp 964-7331 .
Inventory, training : yrund
opening .airfare, etc. Can open IS .let iaf< ,nans and _' -_ rl THE DIVINE SHEPHERD

days. Mr. McComb (.0<1)) 9240010. hpd '6153832627. -'.JBBI7 *rem IJJMI) --otEIIIYSToIEEI'. IBA Frame under 20000. laY MUULLO

6/18 arcL'C7ci1T I1VI71G Large CB home fenced yard room for
LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor-
AN11i6A9SFORSALE After Hours
thAmerican Van Lines needs Iraossa
owner/operators! If you need training, A-FnIme-3BR.: 17 HA art 2 acres. REDUCES. Pauline RandolphJohn s4323
Longford-Master Appraiser 496-2291
we will train you. You will operate .
your own tractor. If you dont' -ho_ PONY-Petry2gr.aldiiliy.cflade' : .IIICIE KQMG SRC-ApprensimateTy 35 acres wooded. Will Anne Terwlllega Nelson 473-7541
one northAm.ricon offers a tractor Bought from ....... .ne wad ira.el Randy Cory 475-2597

purchase program that can get you 'Pmto i :.ulm-ingform. cw-.I"alarw'b wad. alw49tt
.tarted for on initial investment of .S275.T82 JUU after 4b"'_....... 02SZOBTCB3AJX:::: AMO EUHCX- Large 4 BR. 2'/ BA home on 37

$15110. If you are 21 or over and think TWO vKMSeC rreh .....StIm-th* GEJIIIS.'fir! Game nuusvp/ -_ e m n DOPFV* *

you may qualify wed like to send youa 782 3449.fo18LAtmFORSAU 5 .....OfTMtm/l StGVmf WIDE MH fenced: on more than 1
complete information package. Call David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
any weekday: TOLL FREE CIIC1IL
1.800.348.2191. ask for dept. 97. Icon .1ROCL small Ear m Sfarfce far home. Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates

87.239 .......xw -r.-g..IPI. 3 HA. CB home with acreage. Owner
MAGIC SNAILS Farm edible ..cargo,.. JOT IN OT:S6XBD.Colics.*51>M..... CR 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133. _
If.._.
High steady income. Guaranteed.Local 3.mil V4SSU3XD7-nr.\
beginners wanted. Backyard 44 ACIIE5 with Jl JIII__...1...... .ert3R. "11 sr1IEH'Rome or nice tor. Ot&A in $30.000's.srQlSiAiLAAlEGlfarerirontBeautiful .

growers OK. Free details Snail Farms. ..into lD acre orseo.1sc'e.Bds sr view from this large 3
4928 Everglade. Rincon Valley. CA 964-4337.3/TV4.
TftngV
IieoJo IIIoaIItwL Many esfrasv Call far appointment. to s1Nica _.
95405. fcan 87.238I ACRE ILD1'oin Clay Teeiny -.I
'Daka.S111D downsli/P.rxsnthaire ..--=--- 3 !BH. I'/ BA Brick Veneer Low $400005.tuilc0ngLots. .I

I "closing. .473-4081 ar .-417.S-JiIi6o&TBBhoreeelalki. -JIIice .
Accelerated
ihthg -geattm&ried Stucco Fame 3 BR, I BA. Under | Realty, Inc.
I PLAY AT HOME Tennis, swimmingand $4Ci3flBBOAO

a sauna all on your own property
I This 4 Bed. 4 bath home has all .LAi'IL4TABE-Mklhires Htame and 37 acres some pasture. 964-4544

I this 8 morel Located an a creek 6452AL FARM. JI-.. __. seethe..aemdedt.with. 2 Enraa stacked fish ponds.

overlooking Nr. 5 fairway. at Starke [ .P-sntar........amos. .3n HOBM Vfm Acre highway frontage- also 8.6 acre with Cir
Golf ft Country Club. $135.500. .. timber. i
5IIL1' bonlaege.wttitice
htqrrway
I I'I t PRICE SLASHED I Three Bed. 2 bath [t.:2 447-MOEtUX. :!HOME eablke#WMC en Oreei'_ I., ._iiileH'll !. OAKS-Nice?wooded building fat. 1520 S. Walnut Stre.tHwy( 301 South) EALtQStork. '

home overlooking Sampson Lake f19DOm. ._1.sIE.YI51'.A1E'5-JmmaaJ i rw3 Bit.1 BA Brick veneer on 1 ., Florida
ft. of
I
. with appro 1SOO sq. wraparound
porch Over %ZOO sq. ft. jpCZ1-41 f8 2x6 last ibs.w w Sstns. incase-...,arrasAsLanabi.ncrtgage. WAYNE E. DOUGLAS. MSA

heated and cooled. Garden -tubs In .Wwer4k.ree-ai. -.. .R8fa1R1w M / "Afmas New 3.00O square foot cammer-. Designated Appraiser
'
and S7SJD
both baths. Was $130.000 n$119.000 -
3 J---...... cad bMialnysf13TLfICSlSUILEstiidlvtg Lots Waterfront
NOW $110.0001 CALL TO- FOR SENT:m.-I" Homes Acreage
well S
: (at with) septic..WAS
DAYI onWallloha.fiAIATHEWSEEAL.TY-'- """"r I.- Farms Commercial

now being tohersGanet.aets.Lew4. "" -IR-EatdkrgMats.
NEWLYWEDS A perfect starter home ....-alA 5zwcfr-3 BIC..2: BA, clb.: Central H ft A..per .
for someone who wants the featuresof sunken I WAIK TO SHOP 2 BR, 1 BA, Frame Home,Adjoining Rental House, on I
with
:2
3 BR BA.
:; SUBOIVtSsOM Lovely 14
Lots.
home at 1* the
price.a more W/W expensive carpet. CHCA. screened l.w=.r.c.np-) ,....... 8_selaNtn {SUNKEN LIVING ROOM 4 BR, :2 I BA. Brick;Formal Dining Room large I II

I porch carport, all on a V4 acre fenced JlEAUw. ) aif Tlillsrir CLUB Cesram buttt cedar: name with many extras.EqgwfppBaJ Family Room w/Fireplace, CH/A Central Vacuum.

lot. Only$33.500. -<: hiUJiemu Spiral) slots: eartra forge garage.1tGre ), |ROOM TO ROAM 2.200 sq. ft. CB Home. 3 BR 2 BA. CH/A.Central In-
tercom/Stereo, Range and Dishwasher on 4.49 acres
I UNWIND IN STYLE Relax on the porch .- .UWaTS-X / ButldSngj lots. {OWNER FINANCING Old Fashioned Charm In this 4 BR. 2 BA. Frame !

I on In your |acuxxl. This. beautiful 3 ---. .23;>T3d HOs* -ptus 7_" y i sap fr. versatile CB building. I Home, CH/A. New Carpet. I BR, I BA. Apartment w/Soparate Entrance -

bed 2 both home has over 1400 eq. :' --.1d1aMYi.sTMK .fl8ta'lW meow 3 SB. !'/ BA central HAA priced to sell. all on 5 acres.

ft. with a fireplace, garage. soberwater .-sots OraarJesen CLOSE TO SHOPPING AND SCHOOL Brick Home, 3 BR. I 1/2 BA.
heater and a large wood deck cngICdRPILff Range and Refrl.. C/H.
I overlooking a fenced M acre yard. ./ Io.Lamdl 1 Acre & up. i'fXCEPTIONAL CB HOME 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A. 1,736 sq. H.. on Nice I II
$69.000. .IISRG .aA -3*acres miar'_. same trees and fish pond. Fenced lot.

I ADIOS LANDLORDI 3 .....--. 2 _. -'- .. .-NO STHCXT -3 Blc. / BA. CB. kitchen equip- -GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD CB Home, 3 BR, 1 BA, Llving-Dlnlng-Kitchen

bath mobile home with addlt........ -ca&na.fanev isiscl$30.000: (Combo. Central Heat.

QUA. b carpet culling fans ...-. -- .-,.r-.. ':z BR. 1 RA.ca on 3 aces with creek B -NICE CB HOME 3 BR 1 1/2 BA, Llving-Dinlng-Kitchen Combo. Central
I all on a 160 a 131 fenced gHeat.DOUBLEWIOE.
fireplace Owner financing _liable. 7 ........ ON 2.6 ACRES 3 BR, 2 BA Stove B Refrl;CH/A. Ceiling
\ lot. 1 w.--_ .u &aIR, *- BewunftJiy landscaped large lot with 3 BR, 2 I Fans, on Paved Highway $29.000.

, $27.900. Profitable __. Starlie.F1."iiia. !>d r rf fs'-(Z.Canted M X A. {ROBINS t ROSES Doublewlde the Country 3 BR, 2 BA. Well I Septic -
AFFORDAMJ NOW.
T 1TT*-B 3/41 acres.. Owner financing.' | 1.72 Ac.
2 both has 2900
This 4 bed. aver eq.H.
I of living area. Home Is located an sJ ....r '--r /1CP'ajf 7 Rental Units. Terms available. SELECTED PROPERTIESTEN

a paved road ft could be weed for L.pmRtstt; GcaaI.-.. ACRES Bradford County 13th Street N.E., Pecan grove.

daycare. outpatient medical, nursing .J>B--. Aare an KgJ'Iway' 26- LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100ic790 ft., on the water!

ham. etc. Owner financing great 4..r.a.- I w/tjpY.O.Fwy Sat ....cD 2 BJc. 1 BA CB. with large fish pond.AttltrtNdtie i 10S.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua' County. Priced to sell.
term.. only: $65.000. 01LYwdril.ws.g.ea6.r9bi.e -10 ACRES In South Clay County. Residential-Agriculture. $17,900.
mrtgmtJ.- |-20 ACRES NW Bradford County, Resld.ntlal-ogrlculturalt
This 2 bed. 1 bam
COZY COTTAGE Village .--v--- 108"EAST- acre with well 8 driveway. Build or I 4.55 ACRES 6 2.16 ACRES Near Graham toned for MH.
In
KJnostey
horn beautiful Is located 100 s 100 lot. Only Rik 3-.. I .... AS.aw.r ;gaYll..... lUlAKI LOTS Crosby and Sampson Lakes. Owner financing.
on a ., .. ,.+epac'.kfs0.D. .-1fp1ERTr2 BHL 1 BA,CB on 2 beautiful acres, furnish- j'CITV LOTS On Hwy 16W 2 blocks from 301.
25000. Hams46.wslrl.9ipaws. .. I B'CITV BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section.
473-7653 47s..4a1.K.y.tone: .......-S1SID- .a..ad5'.0s! HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location
4. PEAIT ST.o: Sig: GHi*. _'j j .10DIE7LT EWES-tyke. Bustding Lot. I HWY 301 SOUTH S acres near Santo Beach 210 ft. on highway.

475-2272 G'vlll rdrq nnar.e. i.wB.gia.. ..fr6G1E8iLTrZ3iSi3UZhI several building versatile pro- |COMM BLDG.-lCiTV Aopro 19.000 iq. ft. floor space.

282-13OO .lax children m.lk----,Blirer,' -FKfcS :CC A.Y ttIlVI ,ES-
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S35.5IID. .. ,. BGRBEi..V US 2 K acres. Owner financing. PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111June
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pret..ndy 1t5II' +n..A.nn es howrtea ..Ipu ...-Lowery BvOcSngj la.

trees.4A11E .67IRILiCS KAa.3 Zansrigj. raK.p buttdingu low $2Gs.

1L/DIR. awd. Rw ow-k .f0Ni11C1S SLl1IaIsr MUIfi.-.ry

wle.3BR.23A.GI......A.ilsrgeftlyl .__, _-41 _.Z EA a.* S acres with bam $61,000. I
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FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES YARD SALES FOR RENT HElP WANTED CARS BOATS

FOR SALE
PONY -FILLY Pretty 2yr. old brown and CHARLOTTE'S WEBB going out off] MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW PMT. VAN ORPVCBIsew ....... .ory.kra 1979 FORD CDURHHI PICK UP rune

..hite pony. Child** Good June on Lake Geneva. EHIcienc.y'II at Be ___Mats....esid ck.rd .. Cert J.W. Warren of
pony. business sale starts Monday 15.2. 475.179''
disposition and form $273. 782-3872 NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy weeks In star Is half j $150 weekly. Monthly or seasonal dis license." A.",*y e. dey Cowry It"**! 6/18
only. Everything
offer 6 p.m. tfnlH Wells at A&W Mobile Homes, 964-6407 counts Lake Geneva Rentals. c-I M Aoiny elM .*.... Ssret. I9S7 FORD PICK iW..otod truck 6 cyl.
138 N. Water 6/11 6/18
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSt A* low w or9646/08.8/14 tfnrw price 2tchg '. 413.2919.4tdsg 6/4-6/25. fret-..... rim Ufa. 284578or ai_. bee need sante ......

$14.99 per month. CoIl 964-6946. Hn TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3 BR, 2 BA, 14 x SALEM JACK POT Everyday Used except Furniture Sunday.and misc.1O-S.<<: 3BR TRAILER for rent on I ocr lot. 47321/2.1.SeB.....Oei m......*y Body to far condttlar. Me truck for

NEWSPAPER PLATESt Aluminum. 70 $500 down, $190 month. Uncle "Items. Across the street from Powell's'Dairy '; located an Gilda Court off C-3IS. 6apbfer. -*g Sv../... nnqu* coHectar. S60O OBO. Call

"Measures 24x36.25 cents't.Groot Roy' Ocala 13518514. 6/4 4tchg 6/25 Fre.ia on 301 North. Dining 473-7923.2tpd 6/11-6/18. 473-701 before 9*..m.or after 6 p.m.

for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, ASSUME PAYMENTS we will help you tables 8 chairs, sofa A chair ..ts,- FOR RENT Melrose area, new 28R.furnished M01s1EKS IBm Ior.Nr-Goad lepde/18.
qualify. Several to choose from. Uncle .. $225 month 8 ern -lots.lpawiLa..a.Mat
135 W. CoIl St. 9644309. tables on one ocr a
dishes
ping bikes toys,
1 ACM LOT with doublewlde mobil. Roy's, Ocala 13518514. 6/4 4tchg 6/25 jewelry clothing pang all sizes. Refrigerator deposit. 1.685.6634.2tchg 6/184/25 be good. _. --40" endwebed. FOR SALE

ham. well, septic tank. 30000. Ph. DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call $75. Come browse around, you may HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR. I Vs BA off Hwy .. 473-2JG' I-._. 3 4

%4.4602 altar 9 p.m. 5/28 4tchg 6/18 the experts at financing. Uncle Roy's, see something you just can't do 214. Clay County 4 yrs. old. excellent p....-.adry'a. ti.dq WHITE HORSE 18 yrs old. 'A Arabian.

HAY FOR SALE Alicia horse quality Ocala 13518514. 4tchg 6/25 without. Ask for Opal at JACK POT Used condition, new paint new carpet fenced V ._-. frt A gentle. S5OO.
Rolls 290O squor boles, $2.SO. HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR 3 BA Deluxe. Furniture. 6/11 tfnjo yard. $395 per mo. 473-7272 or NOTICE 475-1403 ash for MM.4tchg 6/18-7/9

Delivery_.Iable.Call for Information 10.9% financing. $259 month. UncleRoy's MOVING SALE Fri. 8. Sat.. 9.5, Drexel 413.7694.4tcltg 6/18-7/9 FOR SALE aide by. side refrigerator

about picking up In field.. T.. Patrick, Ocala i-351.1814.6/4Itchg 6/25 L.R. chairs, Lowry electric organ, sofa, NEW TOWNHOUSE near school: in ..DADVET68N' .......be..... $175. freezer IOO.. 7.000 BTU AC .
782-38'91.614 4tpd 6/23 HOMES OF MERITS 3 BR, 2 BA Great :20 cu. ft. freezer target rifle, adult Keystone. Breezeway A Pecan. 2BR. owned te.ie..... ...- _oL $75.17JX$10O.473-3029. Itchg 61.BJUfBERRIf .
FRESH VEGETABLES KM SALE. Corn, Room. 10.9% financing. $229 month. clothes, walnut coffee&end tables and 1 % lA, stave, refrigerator C tea iin eeir.g ..d pod iw edwir.aides. .

beans quash potatoes elc.9647350or Uncle Roy's Ocala 1-331-1314. 6/4 more 126 S. Parker St.. 1st street *ast dishwasher furnished attached erode s Brady es.e6BthadMOI.iq *. LONG NECKERS. You pick

964p6488, B. Thornton. 6/11 2tpd 4tchg 6/25 hospital. 6/18 Itpd garage.Call 473-3681 for appointA.Itc with sf.s oftW- or w* pick. Eortfon 4 miles. mien of

6/18 UNCLE BOYS Shop and compare. YARD SALE 1534 Geiger Road, Friday C ,"" 6/18 STAFF CAMMOT K HELD Metros*. 17/1Onls north of 26 on CR

BLUEBERRIES. U-PICK. 75 cents a pound. Skyline, Fleetwood, Redman, Peach Saturday. 6/181tpd 2 BR, I 'A BA. central: heat and airmobile RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 1.....Open Mon Sat 8-6.Sunday 2-.3O-

1 mile west of Lowt y, CR 225.: Call State Liberty, Homes of Merit. We YARD SALE 301 South past Kangaroo home near Keystone and in CLAMJFWD WHEN AD B TAKEN OVER 630. '-. "'2483. home 473-2702

782-3344 or 7823942. ttnce have It all. Uncle Roy's Ocala, star on right, Fri. 8 Sat. 6/18 Itpd Cloy County. 240. 473-2566. 6/11 THE TBETHONELsow. or 415-1151.6/18 ltctig

JAYCO pop-up CAMPER, sleeps 6. With 1-351-1814. 4tchg 6/25 MOVING SALE bedrooms, living, din 2tchg 6/18 Oas.Se... .*is l1-W__. prior
pullout stow*, good canvas and new Its 14 X 80 2 BR, 2 bath. Payments Ing Road 16E 3 'A miles from 301. 9.5 to Tlr..day peMra5oaMhnk.wed

uppers, awning and screen porch. $198 monthly. Assume mortgage with Saturday only 964-8417. 6/18 2tpd ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modem 2 +oe is 15 words for S3JO

Some__. 1750 080.964-8548.61IS some equity 782.3186.5/28 4tchg 6/18 6/25 BR home with 1 ocr.furnished weekly hen IScns for eexli word(.....___
Itpd :24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE, all set up in Olln's BIG YARD SALEi lots of nice stuff NO or monthly -call collect 9O4-246-416O YARD SALES

DINETTE TABLE 4 chairs. $25. Call Subdivision. Ready to move Into. JUNK appliances, glassware and or 473-2440. 4/9 tfnchg PERSONAL SERVICES
13800. available. Call MOVING YARD SALE Friday. June 19.
964-8217.6118 Itpd Financing much more. 329 Center St. Fri. 8 Sat.
from 8-30._ unfit?. 131: Thomas Orcl .
BLUEBERRIES Williams U-pick In Hamp- 961.5606.6/11 tfnchg 7.30-7 6/18 llchg MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
ton Opens 8-8. 7 days. Over 55 dls- 184 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE $500 equity YARD SALE 4 miles south of Stork on PIIIHUIE: WASIWIG wabdehazes. *. C*.>.*J'ie VUlag Apts. Keystone

count. W. pick on order. 468-2327. assume mortgage $249.25 month Road 100. Clothes, toys and Ion more yoats ........ iiidei.nl**. Foe dub Estates.. FOLLOW SIGNS. Ifchg
one 1td1gVEGITAIUS Move to own lot or $8,000 assumes 6/18 ItpdINSIDEOUTSIDE TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3BR. 2 BA. ...--. CaR Bate 473-3590.' :35tfnchg 6>18
FOR SALE: Picking Thurs mortgage and buys 1.13 acres where it SALE Must close shop. *14X70. S50O down. SI9O per -. GARAGE SALE Seminole Ridge behind

day. Friday A Saturday. Shelly beans. sits. Fenced, large workshop storage EVERYTHING cheap Including fixture, Uncle Rays, Ocala 3518514. 4tchg. LAWN MOWSMG Tr.i._ ... *da i9. landscape Nursery.' Saturday.June 20.

Black-eyed ....... Silver Queen corn building. Mutt qualify, call after 6 glass, pottery collectibles, old books, 6/4-6/25 Coil The '- *....... 473.3940Free 8 *_. wnnt 5 p.... Children's books
butter ........ 964-6524.6118 Itpd p.m.. 9644548. 6/18 Itpd post cords, you name it. Fri., Sat. 8 ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help you Estrwe et. 3-S tfnchy recant, record_ player, wicker fur-
BLUEBERRIES. 80 cents per pound. Call 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME. 3 BR 2 BA partly Sun. 8 til 5. 210 E. Call St. Stark. 6/18 qualify. Several to chaos* from. Uncle DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION: (Indo secure. women s uniforms six* 8-10,

964-8414. Dana. Shane. Morgan Reddish furnished. Asking payoff of 15500. Itpd Roy's. Ocala 351-8514.4tchg 6/44/25. eoumtedc. fm es.| CAS Cerper .wen em*. Itpd ./..

50 cents a pound. U-pick. 6/18 964-5398 after 5 p.m. 6/18 Itchg FURNITURE lots of clothes and other DON'T TAKE NO FOR ANSWER Call the Ctemwio.Co 473-7770.free ejionone. YARD SALE Fri. I Sat.. Jun. 19 B 2O. 9

Itpd FOR SALE OR RENT 2 BR mobile.home mist Items. Deerwood Subdivision, experts at financing. Uncle Ray'.. ..pd 5/1-6/25 ..... until 3 p...?6928 fcmnokolee Rd.

BLUEBERRIES. U-pick. Grtfhs Loop. Joe with living room addition. Sampson south on 301 past Mosley Tire Co. Ocala 3SI-8511.1tdg 64625. FtOOR SACC4MC-DOOR DRACCMG Window pan, nw ceding fan. power

Foulk. 9645678.6/18 2tpd 6/25 Lake access. Call 964-82)8 offer 5:30: Saturday June 20, 8 a.m. .2 p.m.6/18 HOMES OF MERIT 4BR. 2BA. Deluxe 'nan on*at sswef Ce*UftW te..IwgSwvic. sow record player with"" 63 records 78

14.008 BTU Sears Kenmor air condi- p.m. 6/18 Itchg Itchg 10.9 financing. $259 per mo. Unde .fat..flOW kwwdawm......... sped records, outdoor: furniture. golf
tioner. Runs cold and quiet. Must sell, OWNER FINANCING, 3 BR, I Bath, den, THURSDAY 4 FRIDAY, ONLY, baby .0"'.. Ocala. 351-8514.4tchg 6/4-6725. 4117721.4ipd 64425.PROFESSIOMAt dubs drapes 84 long 124 wide marry
$150. Cel196 .5840.6/18 Itpd living room, double carport, workshopon clothes to adults, living A dining furniture HOMES OF MERIT 3BR. 2BA. Great PAMTMG tomaerniwrote. other '-'1.1'IcIIcIItpd 6/18

I acre, country living. Close to' misc. items, crafts, corner of Room 10.9 financing. $229 per mo.Uncle .- Opera.g5 Jw. Je/I. A.gnst. YARD SALE Sat.. Jane 2O 9 ...... 1
HAY: ALICIA New hay. $25. old hay. prison. Hwy 16 down payment 225 A 229 Boyl.it Hlway. 6/18 Itchg Roy's, Ocala. 3SI-8SI4. tchg. Free en-ewe. Call 473-7967 at p.... AH kinds*old furniture end etc.. -

S10.Delivery available.7 miles' west o.Srarto. 964-5610.6/18 Itpd 2 FAMILY SALE Friday 96. Sat. 912. 6/4-6/25. 473-4828.2*>
on Rood 16. Jimmy Caskins, MOBILE HOME you move. Capella 2 BR. (Most items a.... sizes? ages)Clothes, UNCLE BOYS SHOP A COMPARE itmes. s u... chest C etc. SE 35th Av*.
964-8356. 6/4tfnchg 12 x SO. very good condition, $3200. toys, books, bed.heets S other misc. Skyline Fleetwood Peachtree. Red is -.U JIIT. r.pars. eddsi.ns (Trwessa! 473-< ......... .
ALICIA HAY: Fresh cut $25 a roll. All 964-8699.6/18 1 Itpd 41 W. Center corner Broadway. 6/18- man Peochnat. Liberty. Homes of er tawplr. 30 teenxper
hay under barn. 7 miles' from Stork on Itpd Merit W. have it all. 351-8514 nr. wwrg Iradla.d ...Cay:

Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or YARD SALE, 726 E. Laura St., Saturday, .,chg 6/46/25. cou..r4734718_ S 28 if. HOMES

782.3777.6'.tfn FOR RENT 85. Household Items, furniture and 83 CHAMPION 14X70 assumepayments.
HALF PRICE I Save 50%' II Best large beds. 964.7061.6/4 Itchg MISCELLANEOUSPACK
Located in Middlebu HOUSE FOR SALE located
flashing arrow sign$2991' Lighted non- MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKi SATURDAY, JUNE 6, corner of Church month. 468.1302.2tcg 6/11-6/18. conveniently
arrow $289 Unlighted $2491 Free let. Mobile Homes and for rent. and Norma St., next to Jones Funeral per RAT- Bwy. sal."..*Made coliec i.bloiserwadarvg.s fenced yard 2BR 2BA.CHIA.spacious.
.
....! See locally. Call today Factory Recreational vehicles spaces welcome. Phone Home, 9.? 6/4 Itchg Used"'--.0 being room, dtnmg area, large eat-in

direct: 1-80O-423-0163. anytime. Icon 964.7498.9116 tfn THREE FAMILY SALE Friday, 6/5 and Sat 9--e. ie-eIrJr end weds more.Come luKOen. tweplac. garage. extra nice,
.oa.leJ...*. 473-3192. 64625.
87-235 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 6/6 9 a.m. til ? NE 2nd. turn left at tar yahooOn..ee wet 4tchg
IOOO TONING TABLES. SLENDERQUEST BA apt. For more Information call Lak.Butl.r Storke city dumpiter. Clothes all sizes, of Re.. Its.gt.s w Ifghwoy. 100. GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1 (U
BUY DIRECT.: 8 Tax
PASSIVE EXERCISERS. Highest Quality household items, etc. Lots of 4712187.3S ifectg Report Repos
Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity
un Deunquent" Properties. Get me facts
Immediate delivery. 1-8OO-228-6292. miscellaneous Items. If rain cancel. U-PKX McArw BttMOernFarm
6/7 tfnchg
fcan 87-242 Housing. 6/4 Itpd Open all... St 2 w + or*Grand today Call (refundable).
ROOMS FOR RENT Hotel $8
Magnolia
IOOO SUNBEOS. SUNAL-WOLFF. SAVE UP night. From $35 per week. Discount YARD SALE: Starts 7 a.m. Saturday 6/6. onMwyttSC lMlars.ar.s *S924C2id I 518-459-3546: xt N3339A.24 hrs 4tpd
TO S0%' Call for FREE Color Catalogue per 301 South subdivision near Archer Tanner rrpUf < 6/tJ-6Ill.. 6 1879EXPERTABV1CE
offered for longer term. Apply in person .TltA'tEf.AGENJ:
A Wholesale Prices. Commercial A Magnolia Hotel Walnut S,. across Funeral Home Clothes (all sizes),
Residential i Units. I-8OO-228-6292. Icon children's clothing men's shirts (sizes' ( GUIOr
from Post Office. TF .
87-241 APARTMENTS FOR RENTi Newlydecorated 16.17)), christmas tree 8 decorations, { I'IUtNt: ItnER".' T Iit .. -- ----
/ "
everything furnished. Laundry guns, tv, couch desk miscellaneousitems. "I'......., _.
tort 0<.0' u pear
6/4 Itpd + e........
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT facilities Included. Video room live airline tilL I i! ii1.1J IiLiD N.-ash
LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHINGi Good things, Train on computerLHom. *- .
available. Will accept one child, no 'R.ee AiRRr .... ...
Forsyth Road. SE 11th St. & 19th Ave., study and resident; bJIining.
Palms 2313 N. Temple I
Apti. Na.E.rEparr
pets. .Coyer.
TO MINK .. Job
FinancIal Cltd place'ment '
Fri., Sat., A Sunday from 10 a.m. til.
-
Ave. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF u ,
Peel r
THAT--YOUaBUSINESS a..i.tone. National headquarters --- a Cat Itk* ar
WANT TO STOP PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR opts, now 6/4 ItpdGARAGE Lighthouse Point. Fl. ALL 8Nes W..k e Ylsyl tl....
THArSOURSAlcoholics avail. Call 9-5 Mon. thru Fri. 964.6312. SALE Thurs.. Fri. 8:30 6p.m.
Little bit of Clothes, Bother A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
Anonymous964415O9646219 WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE for rent everything. toys IUflDlNG NHDS al Today! .
household items. 5 miles Weston
by the month. 5x10 to 10x20.: 10x10 mt rsAIX.FDnNh _.
-- -
100 turn left SW 15th St., follow signs.
pd thru 1/15 $35 per month. Call Ron Denmark,
6/4 Ipd rrtw4.ii +1 C.
CHAIN UNK FENCE: Installed. Free 9647071. 1/15 tfnchg
BIG 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday
estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. 2 BR MH FURNISHED, quiet
'/ mile from ci 6/6 North on 301 at Thompson's Used Rt
16
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn neighborhood. Hwy > OMES BEAUTIFUL
tfn Furniture. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 6/41tpd
HANDYMAN electrical ty. 4681323. 2/12
: carpentry, painting and 9.5 C>> NORTNnORDA
YARD SALE: Friday Saturday
ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2 :_ e :
home coavul
aT. $
Reasonable complete.at... Licensed contractor.repair BR home with 1 acre,furnishedWeek.. p.m. 1346 Blooding, Starke. 6/4 Itpd [BROADWAY & WALTERS Zt E. cQ ?"oeJ -'"-" s
BIG SALEi Several families. Saturday,
Call collect 904.2464160: '
Call Mitch. 473-394O. 1/9tfn ly or monthly.
FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates. or 1732410.4/9 tfnchg June 6, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. little bit of TREE SERVICE

Licensed insured and bonded. All FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS everything from children to adult Removal
Beside Badcock's. 6/4 I
types of roofing and repairs.. 485-1556 1 8 2 BR units Call 964-7295, Items. llchg
THURSDAY A FRIDAY 8:30.6 Anti. *
between 9 A 11:30 Mon, p.m. Trimming
a.m. a.m.
"374-1443 9/11 tfnchg
WILL REPAIR anytime.REFRIGERATORS and Tu.... Thurs.. A Frl. Equal Opportunity que dressers, flowers, plants, dozensof Stump Removal Elixson Wood Products, Inc.
Items. 100 West behind Olln's Sales J
freezers. in my shop.I buy. sell or trade Housing. 4/23 tfnchg
used appliances. 496-2090.12/25 tfn TWO BEDROOM TRAILER: partially furnished 6/4 Itchg Firewood
lot In Lowtey. No BIG YARD.SALE Tools, reels A rods, Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes on private Fr. Estimate
much more. 2 miles north on 301. Look
children. 782-3344 or 7823942. 5/21 i
cleaned, oiled and adjusted| $15. Usedsewing
for Saturday 9-5 6/4 Itchg
machines for ...1.. James 12 X 60 2 BR on 1 acre lot $250 per signs. p.m. You Pickup or We Deliver
HELP HOMELESS ANIMALS: BUS yard .73-70.J7 -7679. e
Strickland comer Morgan Rd.and Hwy month. 9644238. 5/28 tfn t .
sale Friday and Saturday, 6/5 6/6.
16. Storfce. 9648733.3119 tfn 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. After
Call 1038 Palm St.. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 6/4 5 P.M.. t We Also Have .
225.
JMMVS LAWN SERVICE 10 years servic. Close to prison on Hwy

.. Call for free _'Imor... 964-4621 4681323.64 tfnchg Itchg Keystone Heights
SMALL WORLD DAY CARE Is having a Red Lumber t.
OR 964-6842. After 6 p.m 4/9 chgtfn 1 I., 1 BATH FURNISHED APT. $165 yard sale Saturday 9-5 Children B Licensed ft Insured i Heart Cypress
WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME weekdays, others available. Tiffin A Owens, Lie p.m. 4.'

any '-- with infants RE. Brokers. 964-5065 6/181tchg adult clothes. 6/4 Itchg 9646649KUNE J

964-8672. /Expert LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT, COUPLE. Nice, .-_- e .. 1 'f .

HOUSE CLEANER.Will clean your house. large trailer In country. Completely PERSONALSALONE" .
Good rates- Call me between A 7 furnished Including utilities. Near

evenings. Work Saturdays. 964-6417 Graham. $60 per week, 485.1371.6/18 Call BRINGING PEOPLE
9648418618 3Khg 7/2 Itchg
TOGETHER I Stark.s most respected SALE
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS. Now book. 14 X 50. 1983. like new. 2 BR, washer
doting service since 1977. All In. CYCLE REPAIR
ing parties and taking orders. On sale hookup sidewalk and nice yard. Must eluding senior citizens ages -

now. degreasers, kettle cleaners plus, see to appreciate. 1 child maximum 1-800-648-4401. tfn OR Cd*,,-.Pw .Aoosare
and suntan lotion with oloewvn.' $245 plus deposit 964.6714. 6/18 2tchg A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE.

964.4185.6/181tpd 12 X 60, 2 BR on 1 acre lot $250: per Scandinavian, European Brazilian Us.301
N. 964-5805
LAWN SERVICE for residential and corn- month. 96/-4238.6/18 4tchg 7/9
arriving LEASE
School students
High Exchange
mercial. Reasonable r...... 964.4238. HOUSE. LARGE ROOMS, city limits, 2 BR, In August.Become a host family for

6/18 4teng 7/9 1 both unfurnished clean $350. Call American Intercultural Student Ex
CHILD CARE Experienced mother myhome 964.7826.6/18 Itpd ....- I
Call 1800SIBLING. fcan
change. MT9O-1
in town. Man Frl. 5 yeaand RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month 87-234 7 / ACRES faOF.ca

up. Lunch and snacks. $6 per day. For and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- lt*. M*. In." Sd.so !
more info call Peggy Libby. 964-5530. Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF SCHOOLSSEMI Op nThru Tu.stlby

6/18itdhg MOBILE HOME LOT on part of private 5 300 Ft. Building I If..0
GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (Studio) acre homesite. In country 964-5410 HaiR Its ON Fusers SoturrJay15Vrs.brpertence .

Lessons: Guitar.Banjo- Electric Bass after 7 p.m. 6/4 2tchg 6/11 tfn DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks hII F.c. !
Instructors Richard: Kellogg 8 Gloria 2 BR. I BATH DUPLEX.$250 plus security Drive Big Trucksl' DOT Certification.Local SI." I
Bryant. Call Now 10 a.m. 2 p.m. (904)) After 5 p.m. '''.8566. 6/4 4tchg 6/25 and National Job Placement 120 Ft. Enclosed In PL- .

9648120. .V WEEK OR MONTH efficiency rooms, Assistance. Correspondence/Resident 1200 Sq. Ft. Work Area I
utilities paid AC, clean quiet. Prefer Training. Eligible Institution for Financial All R>poirs on Cydn C AWl .........

working! people. 964.568764 4tchaSMALL Aid. Guaranteed'Student Loans. Twn.Up-DrKOHnf Parta C ACC J I3NI4XA 12N12A4A1
VACATION RESORTS OR OFFICE SPACE available Call 18002828165. United Truck Rent $200 Per Month S29.9S' IH.."

964-7357 before noon. 6/4 4tchg 6/25. Master Resident Training Tampa
RENTALSNORTH Florida. Home Office: Cl.arwat.r, For 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg.
APT. FOR RENT, 1 Br. 2nd floor some

CAROLINA VACATION WIN furniture, $135 month or $50 per week. _FlgridaJcan 8ZJ44.CAMPERS. '

US 441 between Sylva C Cherolo_.NC. 964-8498.6/11 tfn OR Next to Motley's Tire
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 Br. 1 bath 5 miles
Near fishing rafting hiking. Blue' south of Stark on 301. $400 month TRAVEL TRAILERS For Info See Lynn at
2 BR cabins
Ridge Parkway. mining.
call 964.7204 .,964.7M "It.. I!. t
or OJTL
furnished. Sunset Farms Rd.Cabins Rt. Lynn's Body Shop EWLOOkHTHE
C B C MINI STORAGE Hwy. 3"' South,
I Box 216-C. Whittier NC 28789. Ph. BUY FACTORY DIRECT AND
964.8848.6/11 tfnchg Ofi
7044974700.5/28 Stchg 6/25 SAVE I 11 I Lightweight super Insulated
ROOMING HOUSE 3 blocks to University -
COTTAGES Fully furnished. Dairy, fiberglass travel trailers 13', 16'and 19" :;
of Florida furnished utilities paid -
weekly, monthly rates. Also mobile month and 9647100. 6/11 5th wheels Call toll free I McDoogall!
ham park spaces for rent. and homes $145 up 1-800-346-4962 for free brochure Icon

for ...... MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. 4tchg 7/2 87.237 1-904-786-8989
2 TRAILERS Lost Valley Campground
Highlands Rd., Franklin. N.C. (7O4) 9645760.618 Itpd.Remodeling' 13 FT. TERRY TRAVEL TRAILER 1983 NEWLY REMODELED

5244603.6-11 tfnchg -. model $7500.964.8534.6/18Itpd f.



.. and Repairs r. Magnolia Hotel

*.....Addition *Hom.R.pairs Walnut Street- Aaron from Post Office Stark

*t.......... Electrical! ; Repairs STARKE HOUSING CENTER
Has few air conditioned
*Free Estimates* Big Selection on reconditioned mobile homes! a room:
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,, Call Fred- Stafford', 485.1952 ,.i.6am'aa aaIt.v" ......,and r I I *All Single Wldes el law*s$300 Down I
*All Double Wldes..law m$500 Dowel FOR RENT

.*Payments*s tOW s$iM PUB MONTH!

*All mobile home finance prices Include by the

Durrance Pump & Supply FREE DELIVERY SET UP,AU TAXESAND( TITLE FEES. I

*Credit ProbUntiT Check With U** Week
Monthr
U.S. 301 North. 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke a : Night, or
Located an U.S.301 -1 Mile S.of Starke.Florida

Pump 'Plumbing Well Drilling :: 964-4174:- f


MacC.anWaterCondition.rs9647061y{.r Out of town.call collect I
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I Looking Good... . "

1 Sometime student at Contemology work on each other but the Lab. In

open te Out public by appointment.SUMtott .
Rick Frtmer Is getting a perm from fellow student Chrissy
Parker while customer Selma Ellington gets a perm" from student Kathy

Newham.
Student Antonio Jones style fellow student Sheila Griner's hair, .hr-

looks pleased with the results.

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PFC Roy T. Crews A Meritorious Mast is an official

c Arrives in W. GermanyP.F.C. recognition from a Marine's commanding -

.Roy T.Crews,ion Jackie officer for superior in-
'<":. I dividual performance. It is issued m
It Mine Crews of Lawtey has arrived
the form of bulletin
to Bambert West Germany for 2 a published
command
throughout the and a
of duty with the U.s.
years Army.
entered the Marine's
is in
copy per-
He is a power generator mechanic manent service records.A .
I offers with the Air Defense Attachment.
:: state-of-the-art cosmetology classA He served with the 63lst 1978 graduate of Bradford High
Maintenance Florida National School, Page Joined the Navy in
-
June 1978.
federal grant the any service is performed. After the nience of working people, the lab is trance exam is required prior to Guards in Starke for 4 years. Roy is

Bradford County School Boar has analysis is complete, Redkin products open Monday evenings until 8:30 entering the course. There is fl 8T.- a 1963! graduate of Bradford High

been received and put to use. are used which are especially p.m. (The lab will be closed from July cial assistance available to those School.
The grant provided the money to formulated for each specific hair 20 until August 24 this summer.) students who qualify. USN Howard Hughes

completely remodel and refurbish type and condition.The A full range of cosmetology ser Anyone interested in making appointments James W. Page ReceivesA Receives Promotion

outdated equipment in the length of the Cosmetology vices from haircuts to permanent or in taking the Meritorious Mast Howard C. Hughes,son of Roger&

Cosmetology Lab at VoTech in Course is 1200 hours. Prior to perfor waving and haircolonng is offered. Cosmetology Course may call Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Joni Hughes of Starke has been pro-

Starke. The department was also ming any service on patrons, a student Also offered is free hair analysis, 964-7024 for further information. James W. Page, son of Kimiyo and noted in the US Navy to the rank of
able to purchase the Redkin Scien- must complete 200 hours of manicures, facials and makeup ap Lonnie W. Page Jr of Lawtey has Ird Class Petty Officer.
tific Education System. classroom instruction and do practice plication.For Monday June 22 a hair coloring been awarded a Meritorious Mast Hughes is a Radioman on the USS
The lab offers 'state-of-the-art' work on mannequins.The those persons interested in class is being offered at the lab.Free while serving with 2nd Force Service Sierra in Charleston, S.C.

Trico-Analysis equipment. This school lab is open to the public becoming a Board Certified coloring will be given if you call for Support Group,Camp Lejeune, Hughes joined the Navy in May,
enables students to carefully for appointments Monday-Friday Cosmetologist, applications are an appointment, according to Instructor NC 986.
analyze/ each patron's hair before r..n..10A. fn q n.. Po*thprnnvo.Votecfa taken throughtout the year. An en Diane Snow. .
I I I I I .
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1 Country Carpets of Starke : I

1640A South Walnut Street (US 301 South)

I Hampton Hilites I IBy t.- 964-6108 964.6154

_,..a
_ .
95' Do It Younalf Suppll* Ramnant 8 Rails In Stock

Dolores Carpat Wood Parquet Vinyl
Phone 468-1915 Meng:>> Class Attaining all A's or E's were: K Dunlap, David Roberts Denise Rudy DeWaters died June 12. He
Nicole Baker, Detria Ford, Jones and Joey Hall. Beth Kennan was a former member of the Senior

Piano Recital Krista Fuqua and Erik Scoggins. was the Hampton Elementary Win Citizens Club. Rudy will be This Weeks Country Carpet Special:
grade Vicki Hutto John McMillan
,
ner; Jennifer Lester remembered as an active
,
Runner-up person
,
Students of Mrs. Nell Mann Paul Phillips and Amando Rowland Sculptured HighLowWith
was the Bradford County Winner of who did his own yard work, slopping -
presented a piano recital Sunday, 2nd grade-Shannon Aguinaldo,Jennifer the Bee. and took daily long walks until Many Color,
May 31 at the Dedan Baptist Church Glenn, Alex Kirchame and Library Aides Certificates his recent illness.Recuperating.
Brooker. jason 3rd receiving To Choose from 9.99 yd.
near Following the McCullough. grade Tori were Tina BuckaUew Lisa sq.
Sonatina Music Club presentation, Hersey, Charlotte Smith and Angela Jones and Delia Scott. Completely: Installed. With Quality Padding
relatives and friends of the studentswere Meng. Math Intramurals
participation Mrs. Mabel
NesSmith has
at in the ad- Receiving all A's and B's return-
guests a reception were:
Certificates
joining building. Sandwiches, K-l Melody Barr; 1st Peter David were awarded to: 3rd ed to her home at Hampton Lake See Jamas. Cherl_. ..G. or Cindy for cemplataSales.
Gatlin, Tori Hersey, Jenny following two months
recuperation S.rdc..nd Installation ....d.. I
p vegetables with dip, cookies, cakes Brooks Aguinaldo, Clay Archey, Randy Johnson Angela Meng, April Scog period.She stayed at the home of her
and served. Robert Broome Alicia
punch were ,
gins and Charlotte
Smith. 4th sister, Mrs. Lois Martin in Jacksonville FREE Me.tareardESTIMATES
Among local students par- Crosley, Ted Curtis and Matthew Christina Broome Hours:Mon-Sat.
Jennifer
Darley, following in unfortunate
injury an
were Tori Mullis. 2nd Hope Archey, Alicia 9OO.osrsSd10pm a.VisaHnontin9
ticipating Hersey, Angela C.K. Fuqua, Tracey McCulIough fall.
Meng and April Scoggins. Baker, Jaclyn Crews, ChristopherGibbs AvoilobUSHOE
Mark Smith. 5th Jason Glenn. Keir Mrs. Bessie Maxwell has returned
Lisa McClellan and Shaun Ford, Elisa Sierra-Aviles, Billy Jo home after being a patient in North .
Aunt Belle Passes Muse.3rd-Charles Crawford,Jenny Mullis, Dena Radford and Kim Florida Regional Hospital. INSR t l/i1 1s

Sympathy is extended to the Johnson and April Scoggins. 4th Wilson 7 'VAl\EHOUS :

relatives and friends of Mrs. Belle Christina Broome, Jennifer Darleyand Kelly Lee received an award for Family ReunionMrs.

Brown who died Sunday, June 7, at C.K. Fuqua. 5th Eric Don- the Most Points Earned in the gll 6
Keir Ford Billie Clarice Adkins accompaniedher Monday-Saturday 10 am pm
nerstag, Jo Mullis Jd'
the age of 97. Aunt Belle will be 1986-87 school year.
Dena Radford andKim daughter. Mrs. Helen Richard of
remembered as retired school Stacy Young 2nd grade Volunteer Certificateswere 964.4071
a
Ocala. June 417 Edwards Road Starke
Wilson. 6th Billy Kyle, Kelly Sunday 14. to the
teacher, a good friend and neighborto given to Louis Marney and
Lee Diana Danielle Preister Family Reunion in Screen
everyone. She remained mentally and, Natisha Sercy Mullis, 7th Hersey Mark Dolores Meng. GA. : (Blue Bldfl. across the street from Bradford Square)
; >
alert and interested in current The audience of
students, The relatives all
Crawford and Jennifer Lester. enjoyed a
events-until her last day. She was an Perfect attendance Awards wentto teachers, relatives and friends enjoyed covered dish dinner, socializing and Every Day Every Pair

inspiration; ( to aHand will. e missed.Birth'days : 2nd Hope Archey; 4th Rickey entertainment provided by 6th entertainment. Mrs. Jewel Moms
graders under the direction
of
Adams and Tim Crews. 5th Jose'Aviles their of Macd enny. Clarice's sister, was
CelebratedPaul Freda Mitchell, Jason teacher Millie Kramig. They performed among those providing piano music.
and Francis Meng celebrated with Hawaiian dances and
Padgett and Stacy Young. 7th -
their 66th birthdays June 8 as did David Roberts and William Price.In songs, wearing dresses and adorn- Wedding Shower ""'
their daughter and son, Mary Joyce ment of the various islands. The lNG
Special Awards Kindergartener Tammy and Clarence Sticky)
Meng Kent and Eugene Meng. They Jason Barr was named the Most Improved dramatic lighting, accompanimentand Melton were honored Tuesday evening

had family reunions with children, Student for the year and fifth this special native equipment made June 9, with a shower given by a>di
a delightful climax for the
grandchildren, nieces, nephews and even
grader Aaron Morgan the Most Improved Susie and residents at Su-EI's
cousins by the dozens. Among ing. Q \. 9 West
for the 6th Six Weeks grading Retirement Home. Tammy is an
friends also joining them wis Rosa Mrs. Barbara Searcy assisted Mrs. i
period. employee at the Home and appreciated -
Moreira now living in Newark, NJ. Receiving Certificates for par- work Kramig for the with program decorations and art the lovely gifts and 1tff'

ticipation in the Spelling Bee were: refreshments at the party.
Other June Birthdays1st 5th Dena Radford, Elisa Sierra-

Karen Waldron; 2nd Chad Aviles, Keir Ford, Jose' Aviles, CondolenceSympathy J
Smith and Samantha Truman; 3rd Stacy Young and Morgan Esty. 6th-
hershel Waldron; 4th Jason Beth Kennan, Angel McCourt, is extened to the family '

Flanagan; 5th-Edna Knepper, Alex Lucinda Morris, Billy Kyle, Daniel and friends of Daniel Webster r Union County Ads ii I
Kirchame and Bernardo Baez; 8th Box and Sandra Aviles. 7th Jen- Johnson who died June 9 at 93 yearsof

Jim Jones, 10th David Tidwell, nifer Lester, Dana Hall Dana age.
Harold Mitchell and John Meng;

11th Randall Smith; 12th Roger COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSURANCEMAINES HELP WANTED

Underwood, 14th Lucinda Moms; RENT/LEASE
15th Kimberly Wilson and Edward BERMUDAIIAY INSURANCE ACCNCYs 25 E.
S4S FOOD STORE-26 In Lak. Butl.r is
James. Main Street, Lake Butl.r, 496-3978.
Large Bales $27.50 Each OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn now accepting applications for
Hampton Elem. School .t. Located in Union/ County Time Manager Position. Experience a must.
Awards Alligator Creek Ranch, Inc. building. Call for Information. Company benefits. Salary bated on ..-
Night ...r.inc. plus bonus. S.nd Resume or
964-4809 496-2261. ..... PERSONAL SERVICES
Thursday night, June 4, Principal 964-6913 opply at S4S otfica, 2200 E. Duval
Mary Ann Kyle presented Cer- CARS/TRUCKS Street Lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg.
tificates for special achievement of MID HOMCST.DCTENOASU MAID $25 6/4
students for the entire school year. for a half....,.Cell 4969002. Itpd 6/18 UNION COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -

Kindergarten teacher Joe Watson FOR SALE tZfl IM, CADHLAC $600 C* rebuilt Cadillac is toking resumes for an In-

gave diplomas and certificates to his 472 motor$400 tronsmMwon$190.Call MOBILE HOMES dustrol development coordinator.
Fill Dirt 4962644. Itchrg 6/18 Please respond to the Union County
graduates TopSoilLarge
young_ 1WO OLDS CUTLASS $1,499. avtomelic.power FOR SALE Chamber. 70 N.W. 1st. Av.. Lake
steering air good condrlion. Butler Fl. 32054, before June :22 Call
or Small Loads of Limerock ..... 4963624.6/11 6/18
1 ; Call 496-2192 at er 6 1' Itpd a18IM2 bra tf MOBUC HOME Two bedroom 1 2tchg
4-OOCHIMOCCDCS BCNZ....id EARN COMMISSION AND MERCHANDISE
Soil 22M 1/2 both control hoot and air. Must
Top Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer body. frame and engine. Transmissionneed see to appreciate. S6.00O. Call by showing "Christmas Around the
.
work. 8est offer 4961324. 4964071. 1fro/dog. 3/19 World" from July November. No Investment -

Fill SandLimerock Ii j 964-6182-964-5823 964.6095 Itchrg 6/18 TWO-2 BOXtOOM MO8HJ HOMES 12" ; no delivery or collection. Iwill
60 handy mans special. Good and train. Call Jan Christie at 752-4447

I MISCELLANEOUSWisdom olid. S2.890. each. FINES SM2I. LakeButler. after 5:30 before Jun. 20.
496-2366. ffnchg. 4/30 6/18-2tpd-6/25 (Note Change)
EARNINGS Need 3 who
EXTRA people
ltJ MOBILE HOME Two bedroom completely
I WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL from PtTtOSt A fcrte com furni....... In mobile home have 10 to 15 flexible hours per wok
782-3172 1 5 Rooms for the price of 4 Living, BRS mon sense would prevent most park, hooked S5.500. lot rent Con earn up to SIOO-SI5O per _k.
up.
OFFERED ........ ... 1 .
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES divorcesand some ., EOM
hi I PERSON TO WORK FIBERGLASS In WS
"Ouallty Work Low. Low Price $ /19S LOSTTWO 496.3900.6/113tpd 6/2 .
(Any Room 8. Hall) . . . I # Scotc....... AI...... OPEN HOUSE 2 mobile home for sole. must have some experience. Pay according
scola' from S3 5O-I7
Senior Citizen Discount No AAileaqeChprae Free Advice Sot.- .....June 20-21 from 9 o.rn.-6 p.m. to per
: :; hour. Contact after
Call 964-499 7. FEMALE LAMAOOVS one black and 943 NW 3rd St.Sid's Mobil Homo Pork. Larry 6pm.
496-2-<<
__ _. 6/18-2tchrg-6/25
months old. eo.of Itpd 6/18
blonde. 4
:uo...". es..tr.o.wr..I.I_ ___ sr.s.o.a.r one
Ctnin>ii'' Ci mm. .. SR-238 and 12th Ave. Call 496-3401. NEED MOtE ROOM 24x70 doublewide
YARD SALE li--MRIDA CARpwNING & DYE CO. mobile. home, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. WANTED LADY Someone to be live-in
HOMES family room.For family that wants lots companion with elderly lady to
furniture, lots of clothes & of ...... Financing can be arranged ifneeded pr.por.meals A minor housekeeping
miscellaneous Items. price includes delivery and set Lady is not an Invalid and is in sound
other Line GOVflNMCMT HOMES MOM SI (U up.Only 115.500. CoIl for appointment. mind, attends church, etc,
Subdivision( Nursery
Daarwood County repair). Delinquent fox property. 4960071. tfn 6/18 904-496-3958 or 904-496-3939 or

South on 301 past Moslay & Landscape HepossoMion*. Call t(8O5)687OOO.. 192 MOVIE NOME two bedrooms,control 9044733214.6/18ltchg: 7/9
tire Co. f mt. CM-1 136. for currant repo .*..5/7 air,furnished good condition.Call
Owned & Operated by David Wainwright Xted 6/29 496-3588 IMwg 6/18

Juno 20 _2'/i Milat._ a.of.Stork on SR I Ie 16 LAO 8UTU "educed for quick ...... 3 FOR RENT

Saturday 8 a.m. -2p.m., Complete Landscaping & Design M..2 8A.OUA.Large.....only S4IJOO NOTICE

1/1.U.Iq Plant Sales Cypress Mulch $38.000. Mathaw fteoity. 964 446*. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
2/Stfn located In Union County Times Building
e Irrigation Design & Installation CLASMFWD ADVERTISING should be submitted >>- at ISO West Main. Call 496-2261: for
to the Union County T"of
YARD SALE more information tfn
e Sodding Sprigging & Seeding fice In writing and paid in advancenas CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished

credH is already asloblisKed.Wh all electrk. central heat and
MOVING SALf hundred* of Hem. Sole this office. and
air private paved rood laundry
set SotSun. June 2O-2I 9 a m.-6 p.m.94S fM TIMES STAFF CANNOT HELD park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
NW:3rd St. IB Ifpd 6/18 ESPONSIBLE FOB MISTAKES IN Lake
GAGNONReBuilders. ; state facilities. PINES SR-121 east
CLASSffKDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER children
Butler. Call 4962366. Two
: FOR SALE THE TELEPHONE. max.. and no pets. chg/tfn 5/21
See Our Ad deadline .
Display Classified I. TUESDAY. COS CHECK US OUT I Clean rental
NOON. prior to Thursday publication. home tailored schedule.
Bulldozer Work DO8C8MAM PUmtS 6 ....old. words for to your pay
I In A-Section AKC v Minimum charge IS S3 SO. PINES SRI21, |lust south of SRIOO in
Culverts InstalledFill StOO each Posits an premise*. then IS cent for each word thereafter. Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg.
....3618 lick 6/18
Soil ,
Dirt & Top '12'MOaiLi
Telegraph WMUrOOt OrtDCHT rttEZfl frostfree. REAL ESTATE HOMI FOR RENT 12* x 65', 3
964-5414 17 cubic+ feet. $ISO coM 46-3609 bedroom, 1 bath on ana aero of land.Furnl.had .

If No Answer9648O10 OUTLAW REALTY STf Itpd El .6/18...tm THUS P 209/7014 50 percent IOOUNO FOR A SrSOAL PIECE OF F OPSBTYT or 6/11 unfurnished. Call

tread S50 for all cad 496-3609 R I don't hove H.HI find it-Just TWO 496.2542.Itchg MOBILE HOMES furnished unfurnished
"Itpd 61'. ..... JANE S. USHC RIAL TOR. or
on SR-100, near prison
PEAS KM lAd garden fresh In Like 496-2126: or 496.2900..vn. -YOUR 496-2842 Itpd 61..
Butler 496-3639. Itchrg 6/18 UNION COUNTY RlAl.TOIt.tfn







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II News Briefs .. .. ......,.

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Driver Charged DUI James Vernon Slade.Jr.was charged Driver Faces line to Sgt. Reno. Bond was let at Walter Keaton Proffitt, 22, of ,Patrolman Susan WUkerson.Balcer:
In with DUI, leaving the scene: of an Possible DUI .1,101.23,he was released on his own Jacksonville was arrested June 14 was additionally chanted with Improper -
Pickup AccidentAn accident with property damage and ecognizance. for aggravated assault,according to tag and/driving while license
18-year-old SUrfce man was refusing to sign citation accordingto An early morning accident McCloud' bond was also set at Investigator Aderholt. A domestic suspended, according to PatrolmanJohn
charged with driving under Influence Aderholt. Bond was set at$730.75, Wednesday June 17, on Morgan )1,101.25 and she was released on her dispute lead Proffitt to pull a knife Hodges. He was released after,
after the pickup truck be be was released on his own Road may get the driver charged iwn J recognizance but remains in and a bat on his father-in-law,accor- S468.7S cash bond was pealed
was driving wrecked on Edwards recognizance to the detoxification with driving under Influence. iiistody: for reckless display of a ding to Aderholt. Bond was set at
Road June 15. center. A 1987 Chevrolet eastbound on dangerous weapon which has a $150ash $5,000. He was released on his own FLA.TWIN"THIEA Tlrl
Dean Alan Reddish was arrested CR-233atl:20a.m. ran off the roadc:: only bond.Recent recognizance.
after his blood alcohol content tested way on both shoulders before over Stark 964-3451
.12 percent, according to Lt. Greg turning and uprightlng. The driver, ArrestsIn Traffic '
Dennis Magyar, 22, of Starke was *Open Every Night*
Nichols. Reddish was westbound on Bradford John Timothy Wilson of Lawteywas
Alachua Men
Two CountyThe
Edwards Road at 11:30 p.m. when ejected and was lying on his back arrested June 13 for driving
the 1986 Ford pickup he was drivingran Cause DisturbanceAt when found, according to Trooper following arrests were maden under influence (DUI and refusingto II I r--e.OQIpLQAL" p- ''
off the roadway and back on Kenneth Ethridge. I Bradford County by local
Traffic IntersectionSeveral Magyar was charged with sign citation, according to I $.t.4 e... 1100 Ihewlrgl:
before the truck flipped over on thepassenger's luthorlties. Patrolman Al Chapman. Wilson's
side, where it came to charges were placed careless driving and pending resultsof blood alochol content was .17 per L_.T..d.Y.wt'P i
rest,said Nichols. against two men from Alachua a blood alcohol test may be charged Carol Anita Gray, 25, of Starke cent. Bond was set at$468.25, Wilson
Rescue 61 responded' but Reddishwas County after they caused a disturbance with DUI said Ethridge. vas arrested June 13 on a capias was released on his own Start Friday
not transported, according to in the middle of CR-18 and harging: worthless check and pass- recognizance.John -
Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Dan CR-227. Two Arrested I:ng worthless check,according to Investigator -
Cuddington. Bobby Ray Dowling, 40, was arrested David Aderholt. She was George Balcer of Deland was If
Damage to the pickup was 3000. June 13 for driving under Influence For Possession released after a $600 cash bond was arrested June 14 for wilful-wanton
Reddish was released after a$362.50 and driving while license A search of a stopped vehicle I reckless driving, according to Goes ..
surety bond was posted. suspended, according to Investigator resulted in the arrests of the driver .
David Aderholt. Jim and passenger June 14 after the of- S
Joseph Dowling 33,with.a Waldo address ficer observed butts in the ashtrayand amp dt
Hampton Man was charged with disorderly visible drug paraphernalia Inside We
intoxication and resisting arrest are doing .
Arrested For DUIA the car.Sandra "'
without violence for trying to in- Idella McCloud, 24, was Screen II, _
52-year-old Hampton man was terfer with Bobby Ray's arrest. charged with possession of can- ..THESgCBCTOFMYy.: : .
arrested June 11 and faces several Aderholt said the two men were yelling nabis, possession of drug paraphernalia what we do best.
charges including driving under in and shouting obsencities at ,driving while license suspended .
fluence. motorist prior to their arrest and and reckless display of a .auto homeowners SUCCESS
Thursday while investigating a when placed in the patrol car they dangerous weapon,according to Sgt. .. ,
midnight robbery which occurred continued to fight each other. W. C. Reno. and farm insuranceWe
June 9 at the Kangaroo Store at Bond for Bobby Ray Dowling was General Stephen Forman, 39, of "S01Ygf4EeT14R70aT
US-301 and CR-18, a vehicle backed set at$751.25. Bond was set at$1,000on Clay County was charged with have redirected our attention to the areas of service we do "' ___ Juiw M fc
into another vehicle in the store Jim Joseph Dowling. They were possession of cannabis,possession of best, auto homeowners, and farm insurance. There was a time FLIGHT OF THENAVIGATOR
parking lot and left the scene,accor- both released on their own drug paraphernalia and allowing when no one could touch us'for service or rates. We're proud to announce
ding to Investigator! David Aderholt. recognizance. unauthorized person to drive,.accor- those times are back; Beidre you renew your coverage in All S.ets'1.00.Showtlm.s

these areas,how about giving! u.a call-Fer a quota .


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For the Old south, it was a firearm, carrying a concealed for janitorial, kitchen or (Lake Butler) (Starke & Keystone) FRI. SAT. SUN
familiar image: hard-bitten con- firearm and unlawful possessin of a maintenance jobs.
victs, watched carefully by shot- firearm by a convicted felon. "It's Until the gun squad was brought UiacH COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY THE GATE
gun-toting guards,clearing brush or hard work, but it's healthy." back last month, closemangementinmates 325 S.E. 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue
performing other outside chores. All gun-squad members are were transferred directly to
I But Florida, like other states try- graduates from "close management general population said Assistant tok. Butler Fl 33054 .4' di Stark., Fl 32091 Showtlm SU43 & 10:30
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with the so-called "gun squads"several escape risks or have disciplinary Starke and Lawtey residents are ADMISSION _
years ago. problems are allowed out of their familiar with inmates on the streets, I Adult....N'Childr.n
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Then it was realized that such only thrice-weekly cleaning clearing, during morn- -
work for hard-core criminals had it Getting assigned to the squad means ing and early afternoon hours.These
benefits and,public image aside,the they're half-way between close inmates are from Lawtey
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the general population, where inmates security inmates
use.The first of Florida State Prison'snew are-allowed-_out. -of their-cells- unarmed officers. eorrec-I FINAL 3 DAYS !
gun squads was put to work on
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their job site on prison property out-
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from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Three correc-
tional officers all carrying 12-guage Bethel ChurchRoad
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stand guard. 230 A Starke
One member Enrique Diaz, was
assigned to the squad after 31 mon-
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e r.2.n' bI Two Starke Designers Pled

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Guilty to Cocaine ChargesA

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florist and a hair stylist pled Wilson called Grace in Starke: and
guilty Monday, June 15 to charges she delivered the drug to the infor-
stemming from a 1984 cocaine dealin mant, according to Attorney Blow.
Gainesville. The transaction was monitored by
Elizabeth Scott Grace of Fernan- an agent for the U.S.Drug Enforce-
dina Beach and Willlanvi Wilson,Jr. ment Administration, who recordedthe
of Lawtey entered the pleas in conversations via a "body bug"
federal court in Gainesville. Grace worn by the informant.
r'y and Wilson were arrested April 24 Grace, 29, a hair stylist who livedin
for distribution of cocaine con- Starke until late last year and was
4r spiracy to distribute cocaine and employed until last month at CJ's,
possession with intent to distribute pled guilty to conspiracy. She faces
cocaine, up to 15 years in prison and a fine of
$125,000.
U. S. District Judge Maurice Paul Wilson, 33, a florist with Wilson's
ordered pre-sentence investigations in Starke, pled guilty to one count of
with sentencing scheduled for July using a telephone to facilitate a
crime. He faces up to four years in
22.Assistant U. S. Attorney George prison and a $30,000 fine.
:& Blow said that in September 1984 In exchange for the guilty pleas
Grace and Wilson arranged to sell and cooperation in related investiga-
one-half ounce of cocaine to a confidential tions, Attorney Blow agreed to
c cr informant. Wilson met the dismiss the remaining charges
informant in Gainesville then against both defendants.


rP1 Prison Guard Sues Over I


W ? Alleged AIDS Laced CoffeeThe


attorney for a correctional officer degree murder. Charges of solicitation -
has filed a lawsuit seeking to to commit first-degree murder
collect damages from six Individuals against a second prisoner, Lee
the sate and a private Adolph Dunn are still pending.
hospital management firm after his The lawsuit names both inmates
client drank a cup of coffee possibly .Jas well as four prison hospital ad-
Death Scene Last Thursday Night... laced with AIDS. ministrators. Richard L. Dugger is
Robert Elliot claims the coffee he named only in his capacity as cor-
Little can be seen of the 1982 Cantaro which struck this motorhome high rate of speed,weaving and running off the roadway for several miles drank was purposely laced with ac- rections secretary. Also named is
head-on June 11 on SR-1M about four miles from Starke. before the accident. The driver of the motorhome. John A. Wallis, at- quired immune deficiency syn- the Wilmington, Del company that
Driver of the Cam.ro,Terry of Raiford, killed In the crash.A to avoid the
Moody was tempted collision but could not. drome viruses placed there by an in- had a contract to manage the
passenger, Pant fftlllrs of Starke and the driver of the motorhome re Rescue 75. 61, Keystone Heights and Theresa Volunteer Fire Depart- mate. hospital Prison Health Services,Inc.
main hospitalized. ments responded to the accident. Elliot said officials at the Recep-
According to, witnesses the Chevrolet!: Comoro had been travelling at a tion and Medical Center were
negligent in allowing Inmate Prison investigators say an In-
3 Accidents in 5 orderlies access to unlocked mate who worked in the prison
SR-100 Near Starke
I Days Takes One Life cabinets that held blood samples hospital stole a vial of blood serum
from AIDS patients.He is asking for that had been taken from a dying
St; -100 south/east of Starke was According to witnesses, the Honda attempted to overtake the* in front of Mullins, according to more than$5,000 for damages he suf- AIDS patient. That inmate passedthe
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not the safest place to be the past Camero had been weaving on and off pickup, the driver of the pickup attempted Trooper D. C. Roberts. fered because of the incident which vial to a second inmate, who is
few days. Three major accidents the highway prior to the accident. to turn left into his Branum complained of minor pain occurred last June. suspected of pouring part of the con-
within five days took one life, in- The westbound vehicle, ran off the driveway, causing the collision. but refused to be transported,accor- Two inmates were charged in the tents Into Elliot's coffee cup.
jured two people seriously, totalled roadway and back into the east- Damage to the pickup,driven by Ernie ding to Paramedic Dan CUd:ington. Incident. One of the Inmates involved In the year since the incident,
vehicles and caused property bound traffic lane and struck the W. Newsome, 68 of Starke, was Damage to the Chevrolet was$5,000, Kobert J. Grimmer, pled guiltyin Elliot has had frequent tests for the
damaac 1973 Keystone motorhome head-on. $400 Damage to the Honda drivenby damage to the Mercury was $1,500. April to a criminal charge of presence of the AIDS virus, all his
Raiford Both vehicles were totalled, according Wallis F. Samples of North solicitation to commit second- tests came back negative.YOU'RE .
A 26-year-old woman was
Kenneth Ethridge Dakota was $2,500. Newsome was -
to
Trooper I
killed Thursday (June 11) when the
and Calvin Pace. cited for improper change of lanes.A .
Camero she was driving hit a
motorhome head-on four miles from A Monday morning accident near third accident occurred June 12,
Starke. the scene of Thursday's accident Friday afternoon, in front of Dr.
Theresa Lee Carnes Moody was sent a passenger to the hospital. Mullins.A Rick Wells
dead at the scene in the 9:25: p.m. ac Peggy Copes, 46, of Vicksburg, 1985 Mercury, driven by Joyce
cident. A passenger in her vehicle, MIss. was taken by Rescue to Brad- Rhoden Branum, 46,of Melrose was -o
Pamela Nettles, 22, of Starke was ford Hospital for a possible cervical southoubnd on SR-100. As a 1983
flown by ShandsCair to Shands spine injury, she was later transfer Chevrolet, driven by Francis Joseph Says
Hospital in Gainesville where her red to North Florida Regional Knepper, 26, of Gainesville was
'condition is listed as faIr. Hospital in Gainesville,according to overtaking the Mercury and a vehi- Put Dad
The driver of the motorhome, Paramedics Dan Cuddmgton and cle behind the Mercury, Branum
John R. Wallis, 70, of Chattanooga, Freeman RegIster. made a left turn at the Handy Way
Tenn., was flown by Trauma I to A 1977 Ford pickup truck and a causing a collision. After being TOPS In The
University Hospital in Jacksonville 1986 Honda were westbound on struck the Chevy crossed the
where he was listed in fair condition. SR-100 at 11-25 a.m, June 15. As the highway and overturned in.the ditch All New
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I Our Country Day. July 4 Tennis Tournament Set June 27-28

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4th The tennis annual tournament Our Country Day July traditionally attracts a big,talented doubles. Entry forms are available-' bon-- -to eater state in singles by the Unites States Starke: and lake Butler including Pat
June 27-28 is set to begin field of the top players from around at the Bradford Telegraph office In The tournament chairman for the Tennis Association's computer rankings Perez, Chris Gouen and Jason and
with
final matches to be the area, including state-ranked Starke at the office of the lake third is Bradford ,
I held the year Telegraph so it should be a tough Jody Brown.
4th. following weekend on July players from the Gainesville area. Region Monitor In Keystone Heights j reporter Mark Frtekttn. He can be challenge for top locals who would Competition in singles will begin
The entry fee is $5 per person for and at the office of the Union County contacted for additional information like to see how they play against a Saturday,June 27 at 9:30 a.m.at the
The Our Country Day tournament jingles and $10 for each team in Times In Lake Butler. during working hours at S64-S3W top-ranked opponent. Theme Park in Keystone Heights or
Additional forms are available at at home in Keystone Heights at Second seeded Ed Agranowitz, on the school courts at Keystone
the city hall In Keystone Heights. 4734380.An who lost to Porter in the last two Heights High School.Competitors .
Women Player Needed additional draw for players 45 finals after winning the title recordnumber should expect to play
After several years of exciting and over with men's and woman's of times,will also return to two matches (with a 30-45 minute
competition in the womens dra*.the singles and doubles including mixed take on the defending champ. break) if they win their opening
number of competitors has slackened doubles is planned as well if there Other top players from the area round match on Saturday.The .
in recent years even white the are enough entrants. who will challenge the two top seeds semi-finals are set to begin at
men's draw has improved and ex Mea's Champ Ret ran are: John Hendrix from Keystone 1:30 p.m.on Sunday, June 28.
panded. The defending men's singles Heights,who lost to Porter 5-1,3in Finals will be held the following
Tournament sponsors are attemp champion for the past two years is the semi's last year; and top rankedKwtAn Saturday, July 4 at 12 p.m.
ting to have a woman's singles and RUSE Porter a former Keystone nI.v_ rein,, I4""h...
doubles draw this year by trying to Heights resident who now lives in
get most of the girl's tennis team Alachua.
members from the local high schools Porter, one of the most outstanding -
v\ to participate and local members of players to come out of this area
3 the Starke, _Women's Tennis Associa is currently ranked igbth in toe .
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under Head Coach Jim Gawnluk of shortstop.
Keystone Heights. David Home and Rodney Grilliot or
Reddish '
The team is a member of a districtin are handling the catching chores, : 1(
I the Babe Ruth Senior League bas- and Doug Carter is at third base. .
d ed in Alachua County and they are Kenny Mills and Rodney Grilliot For Your -
1-2 on the season so far. are in left field Eric Taylor plays it '
; center and Dwin Home and Brian Now or Used 111
The local team takes on a team Alvers play in right
.. ._ from Illinois this Friday night in In last Saturday's double header Auto Needs b :
-- Keystone Heights beginning at 7:30 Julius pitched a Dye hitter as the ; 1
I Dare You... p.m.,then again Saturday at 4:45 at Keystone Indiana team won M t .
Wolfson Park in Jacksonville.Top against the Gainesville Hurricanes.
These Bradford
High School senior students have been chosen as reci-
for BHS Julius struck out nine batters and
pitchers the team are
pients of the"I Dare You"leadershlp award are are trying to earn
money pitcher Tim Lewis and KHHS the Indians got doubles from Carter -- --
to attend
a two week leadership conference in Michigan.
hurlers Rick and David Home. URrAtrWEsr
Mike Elder (at left) and Robert Thorpe, both of Starke are trying to Julius. Paul Akndge,
Dwin Home and Chris Allen. The Hurricanes were ahead 4-2 in
raise$300 each to make the trip and are continuing to solicit funds in this
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Three other husband-wife teams Janet Davis began working FSP
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I New Solid Waste Master Planning Effort Is Gaining: MomentumThree I

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technical memoranda of the county's clerk's office and the local management systems, from sale of Planning'Necessary
Comprehensive formation will be used to develop the associated with these facilities. It is
Regional Solid public library. The participating recycled materials,energy,or from To ensure that the solid waste solid waste management alternatives important to note,however,that any
Waste Management Master
Plan counties are Alachua. Baker, Brad: user fees,is directly affected by the
released management systems within the which will be considered for solid waste.facility can impact its
were by
Camp Dresser &
ford. Columbia Dixie, Gilchrist, amount of solid waste received. la implementation as part of the
McKee,of Inc. of Tampa during the Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette addition it is important that solid study area are well run and comply .master planning process.Environmental surroundings. Technical Memoran-
month May. The
reports sum- Madison, Suwannee, Taylor ana waste be propertly classified to ensure with current regulations, they must dum IS Environmental Assess
marize the results of
tasks
being Union. that any solid waste manage be properly planned equipped and ment Energy Recovery
conducted as part of a regional The information ment alternative considered can staffed. The cnment 0rdersBSued Technologies, was developed to ad-
following concer- AssessmentEach
handle the waste generated without
master plan solid being developed to ning the options for solid waste harming the environment. by the Florida Department of Environmental participating county is encouraged -
evaluate
waste collection dress the
disposal was released by Steve Solid particular concerns
Technical Memorandum 13 Regulation FDER) to review the material
recycling,and disposal options for a Shannon, coordinator for the North Waste Quantities and call for costly modifications to existing presented in these memoranda associated with energy recovery.
13-county area in north-central: Florida Region: Characteristics develooed Drofile Alternative technologies which may
a solid
waste facilities.
carefully with regard to solid waste
Florida.One report presents the projected apply to the study area and.the
Technical Memorandum *
solid waste uantities f quantities, classifications, and
of the solid waste stream the
in facility It is
profiles. anticipatedthat
generated in the study area from study area.In addition the potential Evaluation of benefits and liabilities of each,were
Waste Existing faculties, the profiles will be adjusted to
1986 2010 ClassificationAn
through the second
; provides impacts of local state, and federal reviewed. The technologies Iden-
examined the current solid waste ensure that the data used to develop
a description of
the solid waste accurate estimate of the solid waste reduction legislation on the management system network in the solid waste management alternatives tified were examined particularlywith
management and facilities in the study waste quantities generated is of ma- waste stream were discussed WIth study area including landfills. will be the most accurate regard to potential effects on .
area; the third presents the jor importance to a regional master regard to beverage container available.
results of an environmental assess- plan. Accurate waste-quantity projections legislation consumer! goods packag transfer air quality, noise, odor, surface and
ment study of selected energy are needed to establish and ing, and recycling and reuse. This stations and recycling groundwater quality, utilities,
recovery technologies and their im- project future solid waste manage- information will be used to evaluatethe tculeis. Facility descriptions: were Useful energy can be recovered, cultural and biological resources,
pacts upon the study area. ment requirements, including the level of success that can be expected developed based on interviews with as steam and electricity, by burning aesthetics, transportation and ash
type of equipment required to han- from solid waste management county and City personnel.a renew solid waste in specially-designed: production find control. The discussion -
All reports are available for public dle, store and process waste. Any alternatives developed for the furnaces. Many communities are
review at each participating revenue generated by solid waste participating study-area eouobe8.I of existing records and previous now considering energy recovery as focused on features of
reports,and data obtained' from the an alternative to full reliance on technology contributing to the im-
North Central Florida Regional sanitary landfills. It is not unusualfor pact, an evaluation of the potential
Accreditation of correctional continueby Planning Council (NCFRPC and concern to exist with regard to impact, and. measures to control the
facilities
state regulatory agencies. This in- potential' environmental impactsCleopatra's impact

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FACT.
The Commission on Accreditationfor management, improved detense award period,the institutions will be 11 1111\\11
Corrections announced that 17 against lawsuits through documen- working to improve any deficiencies Veterinarians recommend '
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Fourteen month old Danielle Blood no longer flows through mean less insurance-payments, The local account, too. 40 73 87 0,
Cwiazdowstt of Baltimore MD is InDeed Danielle's liver, says grandmother than if each worked for a different' set up at Community State Bank iscalled
of a liver transplant and the Irwin. company with different insurance "Danielle's Liver Transplant I
l family faces staggering medical expenses. Liver transplants costs start from policies! Ms. Irwin says. Fund"
125000. Medication after the
Her grandmother Joy Irwin.who transplant,to prevent rejection,will
works m physical therapy in Brad- run$1,000 per month.Each IV keep
ford Hospital and fives in Mid- ing Danielle going now costs $4,000. Compare Pricos
dleburg. has set up a fund at the Intensive care at Johns Hopkins
Community State Bank of Starfce to costs$1,000 per days. Boforo You Buy
'which local persons can make: contributions Both Danielle's parent work for
surgery.toward the extremely expensive Error Video in Baltimore, which ...Not Aftor ;

Little Danielle will be the youngest
liver transplant patient in the cover Seminar Set
try. Currently. Danielle is at borne On I
with her mom and dad Robin and Running 1 '
Michael Gwiazd w I. in Baltimore.She Small BusinessesA STipHEN..SMITH LUMBER, I
is a patient at Johns Hopkins :
Hospital in BattimoeDanielle _. tals seminar of Starting entitiled( and "Fundamen-Operating a 7 Ml. South of Stark on US 3O1 : !:

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a has bad all the tests for
two-part series in Lake Butler at
-,-- -.."., -". -- ---.y-- ..... the transplant, but no date has been the Union County High School. FREE DELIVERY
let yet says her grandmother. The first session will begin Monday I I
Danielle Gwiazdowski Danielle has m rare liver disease June 8 at 6:30: P.M. until 9:30
I Liver Transplant, PatientLangford biliary atncia. which affects one of P.M.The second session is scheduled -
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and a broker-associate with Ter-
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pleted certification to appraise '
mobile home 3.
Langiord completed the course of
{ study on manufactured housing ap- j
praising offered by the National Institute -
on Manufactured Housing,
Inc. Langford is the only certified I I I1 Ij
mobile home in Bradfordor
appraiser
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Union counties, so Mrs. Ceceha tNm1"
Terwillegar thinks. -
Langford now holds two profes- :
sional designations: that of master
residential appraiser (MRA), and .
certified manufactured housing appraIser ;;' :
Terwillegar year. Realty for the past j jI

The Langford name goes back along
?
way here. Langford's grandfather j \
John Neal Langford of Lake i ,
Buller, was sheriff of Bradford
County back when Bradford and
Union were one county. Sheriff
Langford was killed in 1912 in the ,I
line of duty while chasing a horse
thief m Jacksonville. 1.'
Langford's father, John Kirby -
Langford Sr., operated Langford :
Motor Co. in Lake Butler until he -
closed the doors in 1964. SERVICEs:1"
The current John Langford still :. .
lives in Lake Butler in the house .
where he was born.His father,John
Kirby Langford Sr., lives with him.
The current John Langford spent
28 years in the service, retiring as a .
chief warrant officer, and returned aeckiq Money Orders .'
about 10 years ago to the Starke, ?
Gainesville, and Lake Butler areas.
Langford's uncle, Neal Langfordof Strviqs Accevfits Notary Public
Lake Butler,killed in WW-I,is the
J Langford in the name of the local Market Accounts
Jones-Langford-White American ..... Appliadiells Money
fjV Legion Post 56.
CertificatesIRA's Master Charge

Senior Citizens VISA
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Hospital Traveler's Cheques Night Depository
Members of the Union County
t American Association of Retired
Persons(AARP)and Union County
residents at least 60 years of age
can receive a discount on meals
purchased Hand Surgery at Lake Center.Butler Hospital BANKING HOURS AT THIS LOCATION


The hosplt i's cafeteria has
started a "Diner's Club" which of- Wednesday 1O a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday .
fers a 15 percent discount on all .;

meals purchased in the cafeteria. Thursday & Friday TO a.m. to 6 p.m. ', ,:.:.. .

"Union County has a very active
chapter of AARP" said Mary Saturday 1O a.m. to 2 p.m.
Chance, public relations directorfor
the hospital. "We thought they
might enjoy having a discount for
meals in our cafeteria." _

The cafeteria is to the public
seven days a week. Breakfast Community
served from 7 a.m. until 8:30: a.m. "
Lunch is from 11:30: a.m. until 2 O SB .
p.m. and dinner is:3 p.m. until 8:30: : State Sjeflflarket
p.m.Carry out service is available. :

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Members 01 Union County ARPand BankW'M
11 residents 60 and over can stop Bank
I by Lake Butler Hospital Hand S + '"'.t.f., ,
Surgery Center's reception desk to .
pick up their Diner's Club card. Starke it .
They are asked to bring proof of of :
I age and residency (such as a
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