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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Typical summer weather is the forecast. Two S.dlon. ..\ c;
Extended outlook,Friday through Sunday, is for temperatures in SECTION AI I agaHard .' ;
the 70's to the mid-90's. Partly cloudy skies, with a chance of afternoon N.w.. .1.3.5 "1 FN."
thundershowers may be expected each day. Edlroriallop.I : :::::::::::::::.:4A ; ;

Today (ThUrSdaYh June 25) is expected to be partly cloudy and Public Notlcai. . . . . 7A 0
humid, nce of afternoon thundershowers in the Th. Social Scan. . . .. 5-iA ,1Ey
low 70's and highs between 90 and 94 degrees. Variable winds of Sport . . . . . ... ..1
10-15 mph, out of the southwest. e. ra

New moon Friday, June 26,and first quarter moon,Saturday,July SECTION Bi 12 Po"..

4. Winn-Dlri. Op.n.. . . .. .IB
The first official day of summer was Sunday, June 21, and it was Wrack . . . . .. .12B
also the longest day of the year. FSP Promotion.S

Rainfall at the three Bradford County fire towers for the month of Starihln. Pagaant. . . ....
June have been: New River,.on SR-100VY, 2.58 in.; Santa Fe, on N.w. 'r1.1.. . . . .1. 10-12 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
US-301S, .11 in.; Highlands; on US-301N, 2.15 in. The 30 year Araa Daath. . . . ..6 BCla
average,rainfall has.. been, June,7.07 in.,July,.7.99: in.:!.Aug., 8.10 in. ..llldi . . . . 7S 49th lomh Issue Year Thunulav.JunrZS.ISK7 STARKE.FLORIDA 2S USP8 Cents MZ-70B Copy

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Family Tree... w PKY LIBRARY.OF .

Today (Thursday June 25) a pro FLA KHr' T"RV ( 2 .:; A7

gram on making a family tree is
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the topic for ages 6-12 at the Brad-

ford County Library, 10-10-30( : a.m. County BudgetIs

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Radio Field Day... ,, .

A 24 hour amateur radio field day

is to be conducted Saturday, June
27, at the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
Center by the Amateur Radio
Emergency Service and Bradford Proposed

County Community Education.


Rummage Sale...
Bradford County commissioners right here in this room,"pointed out
A rummage sale is set this Satur- began work on a proposed $5.6 Sheriff Reddish,pointing out he also
day, June 27, at the Senior Boys million budget Tuesday mght June favors local control and it's "out
and Junior Boys Tournament at 23, hearing requests from nine of money and our people."
Starke's Edwards Road Athletic ficials. An increase of$76,533 is requestedby

Complex, starting at 9 a.m. There are new spending requestsof the sheriff, mainly the new deputy
$581,308 above the 8647 budget of and the five percent salary In-

$5,058,201, according to Finance crease.
On Snake Bites... Director Esther Ellerson. Included There are currently seven deputy

Cox in that are five percent salary in- sheriffs. Reddish said he last requested -
Maynard H. authority on
creases to cost about $175,000. included an additional deputy in
snake bite treatments, Is slated to
in their budget proposals by 80-81. but pointed out the county is
give a three-hour presentation at 7
county officials for the 125 growing. The services the Sheriff's
p.m. June 27, a Saturday, in the
renders is -
auditorium of the Agriculture employees. Department very expensive
Health insurance costs are also expected but necessary, the sheriff said.
Building on US-301 north in Starke.
to increase from the current Reddish, presenting his 15th
Due to conflict Cox's
a has been, appearance from- r $89.63 per employee. Ms. Ellerson budget, pointed out he traditionally
delayed TK l
June T +I X + ti7 r' has included $105 per employee in has handled the county funds conser
20 to June 27.
hopes that will cover the increase. vatively. Per capita law enforcement
The public is invited to the
program Clerk Gib Brown told commissioners costs here are among the
organized by Ms. Heidi Mize.It he doesn't have a handle on lowest in the state, the sheriff
will be a pot-luck supper. $1 per declared.
the 87-88 budget yet. There will be
will be to
person charged cover
some but Brown doesn'tknow
carryover
Cox's fee of travel. The
$50
plus how much at this point. Elections...
program includes a two-hour slide Based on preliminary figures the A $101,828 budget proposal was
broken into several
presentation, county millage rollback figure is ex- presented by Supervisor of Elections
parts; a talk, and a question and pected to be slightly under nine Neva Flynn.which contains only the

answer period. .M0. mills. With a state cap of 10 mills the five percent pay raise and budgetsfor
Cox is the founder of the North
county can budget, that would mean two elections.
Florida Snake Bite Treatment the could made of the
commission raise some Mrs. Flynn note
Center in Orange Park.Bloodmobile ; 10th mills of
$200,000 by levying a March 8 presidential preference
property taxes. primary and the big Sept. 6 first
... Another fund raising vehicle is the primary election. The second
proposed solid waste assessment.A primary will be in the 88-89 budget.
The Civitan Regional Blood- new state law also allows an increased
mobile will be at the Chamber of y{. "Ia charges for services per County Agent...

Commerce, parked across the formed by the county clerk's office, "This is probably the biggest increase -
street next to Badcock's, Monday, n rw. f which will bring additonal dollars into I've ever asked for," said
Jan. 29, from 10:30: a.m. until 5 that office Clerk Brown said asking
r County Agent Bobby Taylor in
p.m. ; : : : ._. The county also ball the option of the board to consider his $62,928
,adding two more cents gallon onto -, ,
per tiudget,-nip'$13,790 :over. his 86-87
'Beach Party...
the current four cents per gallon budget.

Tuesday, June 30, preschoolerswill gasoline tax. Commissioner Joe Rid- The agent's increases are$6,677 in
be treated to a beach party, dick is an advocate of adding.thetwocents salaries and benefits, and $4,800 in

10-10-30: p.m. at the Bradford Coun- per gallon, which would office equipment including a $3,000
ty Public Library. Everyone should raise some $120,000 per year basedon computer. He asked for funding of
come in their bathing suits. It's the revenue from the 4-cents per one-half of a secretary's salary cut

part of the library's summer pro gallon gas tax.Spending by the state.Commissioner.
Maxie Carter asked -
gram. Requests... ,"What happened to the steak dinner -

Lawtey Trash... Everbody approaching the county ?"
commission Tuesday night thought That happens after the budget is

Garbage will be picked up in the I high: Winds Down 4 Pecan Trees, One on Chicken House... I their request to be important and approved," replied County Agent
Lawtey each Tuesday and Friday,
justified, noted Clerk Gib Brown. Taylor. _
announces Clerk Queeme Robinson. "The wind was fierce. It really was" said Jane It had to be a tornado, Mrs. Griffis reported her But the veteran clerk asks,
This is a change from Mondayand (Mrs. Leroy) Griffis as she picked up pecan limbs husband. Leroy as saying after he surveyed the "Where m the world are the dollars Guidance Clinic...
Friday pick up days.Hollingsworth from her yard Saturday morning.Mrs. trees all laying down in a row In his pecan groveon coming from?" Dr. Bill Lennon said the total
NE 2nd Street (Luke Road),formerly the Brad- budget for the Bradford-Union

Visit. Viola Anderson shows the Inside of her ford Place. The Sheriff.... Guidance Clime is $919,723, and the
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chicken house which of the four trees One tree grazed the back of the Griffis home.
on one pecan A new deputy to cost$33.399 in the two counties are responsible for 25
Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth, fell. The winds came up about 5 p.m. Friday in a The tree falling on the Anderson chicken house startup year is being requested by percent of that, including in-kind
D-Lake City, announces that he or severe thunderstorm and blew over the big treesIn caused several thousand in damage. No people or Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who told the services.
his legislative aides, Jack Vinson a row Just north of Old Lawtey Roard NW of chickens were hurt. Mrs. Anderson said chickens board he will not appeal his budgetto The request for Bradford CountySee
and Karen Camechis, plan a July 9 Starke. The trees were see-sawing back and forth, were to have been! moved into that half of the the state Department of Revenue.
visit here as part of a visit said Mrs. Anderson. chicken house the next day. "Whatever is done will be done ( County Budget..p.8A)

throughout Florida Senate District
5 to discuss and assist individuals,


ments government organizations with problems level., and county on the govern-state Hampton Citizens Ask Recall of Council and Mayor 1


The schedule calls for Sen. Holl-

ingsworth or his aides to be at the By Joe GissyBCT Sheppard's Case... ing times are set by the mayor. floor, "I'm going to start at the People think the Hampton water iscosting
Bradford County courthouse from of the councilmembershas beginning. I talked to.and talked to, nothing. Well It'. not free.
10:30 a.m. until noon July 9, and at Staff WriterA "Not one Ray Simmons. He is a professional( We have to pay $5,400 a year for the

the Union County courthouse from group of irate Hampton voters, been," elected.a former They member are all of appointed the- Other Complaints... liar, a professional liar," Padgett next 99 years" for our water. It was
led former councilwoman Bobbie
1:30-3: p.m.Humane. by repeated. not a grant.
Sheppard and Dorothy Mitzel, con- council who resigned after two Complaints were voiced about the "Prosecutor Tom Elwell has no Padgett further stated he has contacted

fronted the city administration meetings. condition of the streets, grass not charges to bring aginst me," U.S. Rep. Bill Grant, State
Society... Tuesday evening, June 23. Opposing mowed, and city employees not be- Padgett said. Rep. George Crady, State Rep.
factions battled back and forth at an Walden Responds.., ing supervised properly. "The set guidelines for eabIde Chance Irving and former U.S.Rep.
The Bradford Humane Society outdoor meeting at the city park in "The lack of support for the council Shirley Truman asked,Why did lunch refused to by Don Fuqua 'for help in getting
meets the first Thursday of each Hampton.The in this town is deplorable," said the city spend $5,000 for this park them." water to the Villas."

month at 7:30: p.m. in the First purpose of the hastily called, councilman Walden Wadsworth."In when we already had a park, and "I have a letter at city hall from
Presbyterian Church, opposite the informal meeting was to publicize a the elections last September, you don't have money for water to Simmon's lawyer wanting to Mayor's Support...

hospital. recall petition to reinstate the deposed there were no candidates," he said. Hampton Villas?" negotiate out of this lawsuit" Sim- Frank Bryant E.L. Bates, and
New members welcome. marshal, and to dismiss the "That is the way to remedy" the Questions were also raised regar- mons denied that saying. will see others spoke in support of Mayor
mayor. situation, run for office. ding improperly terminating the my lawyer in the morning about Padgett.
Ray Simmons, the ex-marshal, qualifying time for the past election
Free Meals... that" The old park was not satisfactory
stated"There was no reason for in September Elections... which caught some prospective candidates Padgett also stated "Just today I said some one in the crowd. "Wouldyou
Senior Citizens- and over: firing. I don't think they can do It./' There will be three council seats by surprise. have received word.-now,nothing is take your kids there?" "No,"
Free meals. Suwannee River He said also"I didn't know the people up for election in September. The solidbut I have received informa- replied someone. .
Economic Council, Inc. 134 SouthSt. felt this way, and I'm sure I will charter sets elections on the second The Mayor's Rebuttal... tion that we may get a grant of "We have a good town here. It is
., Starke, serves a nutritionally be reinstated." Tuesday of September, but qualify Mayor Elwood Padgett took the $15,000 for water to Hampton Villas. took care of like it should be.
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, ex-
cept holidays.

2 New County-Wide AdministratorsUnder to be Named Monday I

Upcoming... '
The teachers stressed the new from the two weeks prior to June 8. The additional administrator
to eliminate after the retirement of
The Starke Board is set to pressure from exceptional
Zoning
and leaves Duncan with two
coordinator should be familiar with mostly in the gifted area SupC posi-
coordinator Carl ClarkIn
former ESE
meet at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, education teachers, school the education specific learning disability areas. In tions to fill, the special education
The ESE staff exceptional programs
June 25) with four important ques- psychologists, and Supt. Jim Dun- February. June 8 IS slot and the director of
and someone with the two weeks prior to new
preferably
members said do not have timeto pyCyCharlea
they
See this edition of can, the school board has reinstated
tions coming up. in the field. students had been added to the vices slot being vacated
training
fill out for the ESE specialized
for with that the administrative position of director paperwork
The Telegraph a story education contains Starke Elementary special educa- Francis who is moving July 1 to the
and also do their jobs of Exceptional
information.The of exceptional student education. programs
BHS .
Bradford County Commis- Supt.. Duncan is expected have identifying the students who are candidates programs for specific learning tion program. principalship.The
"It's a paperwork nightmare
sion is set to meet in special ses- recommendations to fill the ESE slot for the exceptional student disabilities J varying excep- board also approved hiring an
and said Supt. Duncan.
and of director of student program. Supt. Duncan said there is uonaUues, gifted, speech, sight
that services
sion at 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday, In most of the special education outside consultant to implement an
under for the special meeting set for nobody on the county staff who has the, emotionally handicapped.Theprofoundly
June 25) to get preparations is areas, students are pulled from administrative training program
way for the proposed solid waste 7 p.m. Monday, June 29. Duncan the time to operate the exceptional handicapped program regular classrooms for special work now required under DOE rules. Administrator
the fastest growing area in ,the
he considerationto education programs and grants. ..
assessment. The bills must go out says giving heavy in areas needed. Dewey McKinney said
Nov. 1 and the board faces passingan employees who have been in the The school district is required by school system. Patti Shackleford Major portions of the special be has developed a training plan but
ordinance setting up a tax system for some time and are law to have programs for excep- Psychologists education programs can be paid said help is needed to get the program
students
said
and Heck
more
district, advertising it, and gettingthe familiar with the Bradford system. tional students, said Supt. Duncan. Stacey with federal funds but the money off the ground. Current administrators
needs beIng
education
with are
The district could possibly be sued special
After much discussion June 8 the
nave too other
bills out. out Ms. many
has to be applied for pointed
identified all the time. For in-
school board voted reinstatethe for not providing some services, he
The Bradford School Board (is 5-0 to Shackleford. respoasib IiUes. McKinney said.
stance 24 referrals were pending
set to meet at 7:30 pm Monday position the board had intended said. ,. _

June 29, to close out its 1987 budgetyear

Len Schlofman's and to discuss proposal board member on non- City Zoners Face Decisions on MH Park, SR-16W Density,.. Orange St.. Shops I

instructional salaries.The meeting Buster** Rahn. Mobile Home Park... of Alligator Creek, which places it might be Mimosa St., if a bridge B Orange St. Shops...?
was previously set for 8 a.m. Tues- by two blocks south of SR-IOOE and built over the Alligator Creek.
Olden W. Barton, 308 N. ChristianSt. Bake Enterprise, owned by Guy
BCT Staff Writer
day, June 30, but was delayed to west of Old Lawtey Road, if it ex-
of 18 and Tom Andrews to requesting the
the
board members time to study The Starke zoning board, scheduled ., has requested rezoning Janet Turner assistant tooinj
give tended
south of SR-16.
(Thursday acres from R1C single family rezoning of 2.3 acres at the intersection
to meet at 7 tonight
p.m. beid
the proposal. will be director said two easements
Entrance to the ,
property
of and Madison
June face some tough residential, small lots, to RM-2, Orange
The Bradford County Zoning 25) may home Thomas St., although it is presently by Florida Power and Light Co.,and Streets from residential-
Board is set to meet at 7 p.m. Tues- decisions in considering requests to mobile park. little more than a right-of-way. A the city, reduce usable land to approximately ,

day hail.June-30, in the Starke city grant perties.or deny rezoning of four pro- of The Thomas property St., and lies on on the the north south bank side possible entrance to the property 11 j acrea. lee City ZonIng..pjAi)

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'1.1 million in needs for request. $40,628 requested for tex puter to have information readily Biggest notHwlary cost area is the S1UUIa.II-WID Wt>Pltr iil.aamg Ent.Lf : .....
maintenance, textbooks, and computer tbooks. Another $14,000 requestedfor available at any given time. maintenance program>> far which requests Ior a ----m. sten.oetoles --.nals:h1llfiS.B3tTvalecyAtEsssaals .
services was presented June a developmental kindergarten, a Administrator Mike Reddish, total 894450. 1 ---- c c--: & -
15 to the Bradford School Board. new program for children not ready transferred from business managerto 1optlttneaddtliml tads. ter-das and asstl

That amount equals all the new for kindergarten. Another $6,000 is director of purchasing and 13 Old Buses... and ftIIIKe.--taala. l L.."--- all at.....i1K -.
funds the school district expects to requested by Mrs. Winkler for warehousing at the Operations Transportation A

receive from the state for the 87-48 replacement of outdated and worn Center, has asked for $100,000 in include:$390.000 to replace.costs..GIlt Bflg %eeds_ ..... A.aII..db _.
school term. And. from the $1.2 out films and videos. salaries and equipment. Reddish, school buses $'.000 to put radio* mall sl.3 liar a aalplser. ttsatr>ai fist ... ..... ... .BIIs ...
million in new funds expected must $68,500 in computers and new software who plans to put the maintenanceand five handicapped buses plaB a seaesarfat.prr_tarscvaa-.. r""',._ a.aad.0ed try toteDr4tdrfl
come pay raises and increased is listed by Dr.Steve Miller,Including warehousing operations on computer base station,al'eCelVlDler at the SlMjaDatoreraefBaaiSaciatskeVTeek ReadadraGitkAllla.atratl.el :
benefit costs. Needless to say, increased disk capacity has asked for an administrative > teaoeantmtda&raeCeamala
operations center, and $4. 00 for a ( .tB.EeBU tte.dtketrralgatS7arlreE7n
therefore,all the needs listed 15 from 200 bites to either 400
July mega or secretary a truckrior at Rf S.
pick-up the bus and' -- :
in the county-wide administrators 716 megabites, a tape drive, an deliveryman, and a warehouse garage to use on breakdowns shop and -ULBBe fer swv BVAC n matm *L ZENUOD Res 1IIt1lW8HS..,...
"want list" won't be funded. And uninterrupted power source, a terminal specialist.: In equipment. Reddish repairs. Brai and XidIDe Sclr L 'EL.wAOetottedtmsyernyfheItmtrd
A naRrR
the administrators know that. and printer for each elemen- has requested a news delivery truck, sea.8115 ea ..... "'-- IDIIIDr
Ym1g ta4reatQde tlraedesse
For instance, veteran Operations tary school, and a new scanner and shelving a computer, printer and Maintenance.. sttttrsral Jlsne bA. c1 Ibe besedkm
Director Leonard Register lists computer to drive it for grade reporting terminal office and storage space, sa.tta and satGpSted Dr 1$..ilts.E. etaaemmaP:
$350,000 to purchase 13 school busesto Dr. Miller is still struggling to and a new copy machine.Maintenance $6.500 for a storage shelter en the IleaC flatfe.Q.1 ate .tate.er tae tae..Matstiil'"f3 .
replace all buses over 10 years old get all student records on computer, south sided the wanEtMnse. smuts.faded r the red f. additioalr1P
and soil on the road Register knows including report cards, and is likelyto Costs... Regiatel'saad the Operations Center 1.ataf .nr :elem. syrattds at as .
is LwheyElftT q .dmeVntlll3cea1e cIt.dI<_ .... .
that won't be possible,that the board the funds. _out of storage_space. s 4
get most of Plus the 'ta ,1>,a10.. ... I .t3111w5jastsa -
plans to buy five buses. But be lists aslrr._
state is covering part of the cost of '" -- -- -
the need to keep the school board having school I. records! put.on corn:, -.<-
members aware of the size of the --iiiii: -
transportation!. problem. ciiiii .ta41 -*- -R 1laa0
On he other. handy the board la.' ran 99AaPSR9 r -M0 Anil's ...tlaNdl?

likely to budget most of Curriculum COUNTY TBNUMI
Director Burney Winkter's $85.000. Published every Thursdayat INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING NOW! A Speciality GIft Shop -

135 W. Call Street : Let WARREN'SHeating $ FIXST TIME EVER!
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FIRST Of GOD Starke Florida 32091 r
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Hwy 16&Weldon St. Stork & Air SIZZLING SCMMOt PATIO SALEFXIDAY
Second Class postage paid at Conditioning JUNE 26 & SATURDAY,JUNE 27
Sunday School 10:00..m. service .
for
Starke. FloridaSubscription prepare you hot, humid Florida
Morning Worship 11 p.m.Evening Something for Evcxvooe At Lo+:.Low Prices
Rates: Summers!
Worship 6 p.m. SO% Or'Morv Off Most Hems!
Wed. Mld-Week Service 7:30 p.m. In-trade$7.00 area six$12.00 months per year We service all makes of

Staff Nursery AvailableRev. air conditioners and heaters We 4th? p_ 41e!! -
Outside $13
Stephen Pippin, Pastor I area: per year ,

964-6971 ____ > $7.50 six months 964.7230 Days 964-4799 Evenings

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*EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME In .*WALDO Price reduced *a
'absolutely the best location.3 BR.2 $28.OOO. convenient to everything.
'BA over 1,600 sq. ft. living area 2/1. the Kind of home
t ?SMt;' feES( ** double. garage, CH/A, 120" x 3OT
lot, city water & sewer. $70.500.
*NEED LOTS OF SPACE-Over 2.OOO.q- live in.
h. in this better them new brick__.41BR. you
OWNER FINANCING 3 ocr.on par .2 BA.CHSA
on 2 lots take p .ik ue.
964 g522STAAKE. ed rood with well and septic tank available. $110.000.
15000.
M. *REDUCED S.OOO FOIl QUICK SALE- House?Apartzned?C o'l--
v *3/| FRAME HOME 1.400 sq. h. Alto RAIFORO AREA
Bnck 3/2 cm 1
ever
2/2 MH like, new All on 1.76 acres acre. This immaculate home has ewer Mobile Home?

$46.000. 1.800 ft.. CHI. Allstate has ff
range, """'g.. special _
*INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved Dishwasher above ground pool. Too policies for your T .
rood many extras to mention. Only$65.OOP. e
through property. Owner fin. i special Dee> s.At : :t
i- lf'j l.l- U n V P irmt. *HISTORIC BEAUTY IN LAKE BUTLER 2 *5 I*. 3 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stacked that
story 3/2 CHI A. craftsmanship pond. Ig.wood deck. &many exho's.0.. prices are I J
,unavailable today. Must be seen ly $71.900. really worth
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*IN THE BEST AREA.On.....nt Roodlovely *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 8R, 1V4 Ba. *COUNTRY QUa comparing MaybeI --
*FOR THE GOLFER Country Club 1400 Building lots tram ..
ft.
3 bedrrom 3 bath din approx. sq. fenced yard,4 bear- "'
ing room, double separate over IV acres, 3/2. All brick, Ing pecan trees.$39.000. 16.500. Some with owner tmanumu can save yousome -- 1
garage many sunken living room, fireplace, cell-
amenities. On 3 acre with 38 bearing Ing to floor windows-many extras.Price *FOR RENT: 2 bedroom 1 both InStark. 11 ACRES -On SR 16 a Margin Sxt j '
pecan trees. See to .. Seller
appreciate. REDUCED DRASTICALLY. Was motivated. money.instate-

*DEER RUN $84,900 Now 79900. *7 ACRES with home & barn on 225 *A SPECIAL fi
Immaculate living In this BUY 2 ... 1 BA. Central 1
32 H. MH. Concrete near FSP. Has many potentials. H&A. on .
pad security lights, motor highway.
*JUST OFF SOUTH 301 Plenty of Aaoae'.ess :
stocked lake. Ideal for retired. Only Mobil. home, *LEASE W/OPTION storage in "-- Inavotive......,. I'a
3 BR, 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. 2 story CB I ie
$13.500. Priced
Starke, 4 BR. T/t BA. inq. to sell $36.SOOL aSca
*HIGHWAY 301 FRONTAGE .
EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR, over 1300 sq. ft.' 1700
Close to new Wlnn Dixie shopping. Only ft. CB home on 1.7 acres Paved *WEEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart *COUNTRY LIVING in this almost new
28000. driveway Only 39900. Lake w/3 BR MH. CH&A. Close to In. 3/2 CB home on 2 oc.. brick fireplace, Umitry
*ON tfWY. 301 Apartment complex, *2400 SO. FT. Spanking new terlochen $30000. skylight, and many extras. 441.' ]E.domga
full occupancy, call for details. warehouse! 3 Large overhead roll-up b 7tse Srw Ti'ssas.srSt
doors. Priced to ...11'
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Non-Instructional Salary Issue -


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Southwest

To Be Decided Monday, by BoardIn I


an effort to cut the non. Supt. Jim Duncan says he needs the 87-88 school year tram 125.4 in
instructional (N-I) payroll, board direction from the school board to 86-87 to 137.3 in 87-88. In 19115-861be Homeor
member Len Schlofman has proposed draw up a recommendation to be district had 130.3 employees.. Telephones for
a new, lower salary schedule for voted on.
new N-I employees. Schlofman's N-I salaries in the Bradford school
proposal would leave current N-I N-I employees filled the school system rank 6th in the state compared -
salaries at their current level, and board meeting room when Schlof to other school districts.Bradford -
current N-I employees would con- man first made his proposal.The N-I district teacher' pay ranks second -
tinue to receive any percentage employees asked to be treated the from the beam in the state. OfficeYOUR
same as teachers in raises
salary increases. any pay
Salaries and benefits for the cur
given,saying they are just as important
New proposals for a reformed as teachers. rent 126 employees total some$3
salary schedule for non- million per year,a third of the local
Instructional employees are due to The N-I employees were afraid ,school system payroll.
come up at a 7 p.m. school board their salaries would be cut. Schlof Nemployees Who
meeting set Monday,June 29. man said-they were reacting to un- teacher aides said they should wont as be '
Schlofman wants a decision on his founded rumors, pointing out he'd paid more since they are substitute
proposed no cuts in current salaries. teachers, with CHOICE
proposal, and hopes the proposalwill more responsibility.
Still on the table is Supt.Duncan'srecommendation
be voted on at the June 29 Schlofman suggests new aides couldbe
to increase the hired who do
meeting. not go into the
number of N-I employees bv '1 for classroom.
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County Faces



Zoning MovesThe Bradford Roping : =

county zoning board will hear
requests for the rezoning of three Club
parcels of land at its regularly

scheduled meeting Tuesday, June it. \(. ... U "- \{

30.New Yates Request... Invite you to see the

The Yates,whose property is adja-
cent to the Speedville Road,have filed Barrel Racing EventsSat.
a request to rezone one acre from
RSF-MH (Rural, Single Family-
3 PM
Mobile Home) to RSF-I, dropping ., June 27 .
the mobile home classification.The 1
one acre was rezoned earlier 3O1 North at the Fairgrounds
this year to allow the Yates to put in
a mobile home, but the decision is
being contested in a lawsuit, filed by Saturday Night Shows Startat
some 40 property owners in the area.
Attorney Terence Brown, 7:00 p.m.Jackpot .
representing the disgruntled lan- .
downers, said the of the Barrels
reverting
land to its original classification will Works as well on the wall as it does on the The standard phone that beats all standards.
I not cause the lawsuit to be dropped. With '2OO Added desk.
Complamtants contend the area l Choice of dialing mode.Fe 151 offers pulse
should be retained for single family 4 Starts at 3 p.m.FREE Convrrtiblr design.TTais Todd dkwfcles as a wall dialing;works with rotary and Touch-tone lines.
residences. or desk model whidnewer jrour needs realomrr_ FC 155 offers true Touch-tone,for speed of dialing

Pennesi Property... .SIerl-line.ayle.Etwi the fumdtiomJ can look and compatibility with tone-accessed services.
Mano and Cecelia Pennesi, who modem and beautfktfuLLighted .Fully modular.Comes with clip-in connectors' for
own 3.44 acres south of Starke between -
dial fflunmmaard for easy installation or movement from room to room.
I US-301 and the Hampton cutoff yoarammraeitcnJbi" '
I are requesting the rezoning of .R.lsekaes.e. habt4-... ...;,. ,tjoa&ty- Traditional bed ringer with ringer volume control.
2.44 acres fronting on US-301, from Hot .
I OR(Open Rural),toCI(Industrial). r f Dogs kaw nieq ..sad, mroee; Automatic gain control. Ensures quality sound
, The couple plans to retain one acre rrr even with multiple instruments on the line.
for a home, with the road front property
to be utilized for a retail shop, & CokesWill
possibly selling fruit.

Garber Request...
be given
Forest G. Garber, whose requestwas awayat
tabled last month because the 8 show.Hot 3r't
Garber failed to attend the meeting, p.m. .
has requested the rezoning of .75 Dogs and Cokes sponsored by
acre from OR to ILW, light In-
dustrial. Sheriff Dolph Reddish. City Council -1i

Starke The on propertylocated SR-16 across from NWof Carla's Members Vernon Silcox. Charles
Sandwich Shoppe, is to be used for Travis -
fabricating component parts into Schaefer Woods. Jimmy Crosby. ,
complete assemblies. It will be a and Bobby Biggs; County Commissioners F

non-polluting industry. Lawrence Mosley. E.L. "Nook" Norman.

Special Exception... Joe Riddick. Maxie Carter and Wilbur
Edward T. Gagnon, whose land
lies off US-301 South behind Vosley Waters.
Tire Company, has filed a requestfor
Is invited to out and
a special exception, to allow a Everyone come
concrete batch plant to be built. bring the family for a fun ni ht.
The land is classified Industrial,
but a special exception is requiredfor See You There!
concrete batch plants,
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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE2nd

Public Hearing Notice The phone that remembers IIIIIIJbas b A full-service phone with full-scale: value.
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The City of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of Com- .T..eoty.iarJ._ ee..o.lr Sr moanbers for 1000-foot range.*With range-extending antenna.

Affairs DCA for under the Economic onebartfon wed EFialm InwJkaIes tor tree -Pulse/tone dialing switch.Now you can easily
munity ( ) a grant Development c space .
switch from tone dialing I to rotary(pulse)dialing.
category in the amount of $564,504 under the Small Cities Com- emergency"' snjiuiifctuv.Rattttory SnaoL-tijp protects code to
memory. -Digital security system.Program your own
munity Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity .Own. dialing,Allows-you to progjaera on tfce extra protect your line from unauthorized access.

that is proposed, at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low and digits nee+dtd for tom&iSastjaff+ sessions .Automatic rediaL Push a button to instantly redial

moderate income persons. The activities, dollar amount and .Desk/..atB com atktre.. Modem stybig Bowles good the last number called.
estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income personsfor .Desk/wall convertible,clear and mute buttons,
volume control,status indicator lights,external
which the City is applying are: .Hold b rtki s.OK*button,pmt tmnmv brtreSut. and
ringer more.
aumbn */tone wrikkaMe,ringrr
Dollar Low/Moderate -wa.-A+AI ......", lu y--I- -pugs MId $13900'
Activity-Item Amount Inc. _Perc. jades,md nose$799s

019 A-Water Facilities $97,960 100%

019 B-Sewer Facilities $144,565 100% A

023 B-Drainage Facilities $108,660 100%

171 C-Acquisition of Machinery & Equip. $15,000 100% .

175 A-Direct assistance to
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not-for-protit business/agency $147,000 100%

181 Administration $51,319 N/A Quality


The City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a TelephonesAre

result of planned CDBG funded activities in the following manner. In.
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No displacement; will occur as a result of the proposed CDBG pro-

gram.If .

any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities,

the City will assist such persons in the following manner; as re- CompetitivePrices

quired under 24 CFR 42. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban .

Development's regulations that implement the Uniform Relocation

Assistance and Real Property Assistance and Real Property Acquisition The your phone ullza-c oinp&ct inwiuiavoi* of its own.that answers

Policies Act of 1970.A .
: ...rr -Malemale voice drip You can switch: between a
public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on nE male and female pre-recorded voice,instructing

the application will be held in City Hall on June 30, 1987, at 7:30 DFRCE mess to leave a message.

A copy of the application will be available for review at City -5nPr.aotr.Records: messages up to 3O '
p.m. I I SHOP seconds long Yoide control eliminates
of Starke Grant Office 108 East Call Street Starke, Florida on Mon- I I I lOW.CdOyt. Hank son tape:allows for more messages.

day through Friday between the hours of 8:00: a.m. 12:00 p.m. & 9US76-C -Two wai.eci d.'l'ape conversations between

1:00 p.m. 5:00: p.m. To obtain additional information concerningthe -MI I ......... caOmand youneif.Convonmt .

application and public hearing contact Linda Day or Julee Wiseat .. compact design.

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SewnI Pears ... r.r-t Ba.4er Dale ItedncS. who to interested in this area." Since that time
.. ......... ,at GIIId Had Br'MdI Stale however: Ranger Kendrick"bM been transferredto "
Park hid dgb Mpes a resawr me aid ail sate new duties at Camp O'Leno near Worthington : i1M
that NesanmetmrCsataspaai clrarstsesn Springs,,and was never able to get the financial ;; b
0 waII........die....irs.mea.ditmptyigsKesdndi backing needed to research and restore the old
to u-rb.J akeJ-ihewi ....site at Gold Head.

SI iritereitwnaer.asedwte.he beare Many visitors to the park express interest in the
studying die.....eY arse>.Wrrg( ties fIaty at Geld atone null and nod the site although there are -
law traces of its once important role in serving heseeds
Head.
-It"s.fasasat-ig paeae a bat hsf ery and y
of cotton and corn growers in this area during -
deseriess be satareq. Kick sad at the
Mme,"tl wwdd be a great pr 'tile! ter sasewr.. fee prcHand-post Civil War periods. _

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.. ,' At left Ranger Dale Kendrick views site of old
Is Excellent Idea water mill he had hoped to restore while, he was' stationed -
at Gold Head Branch State Park but could
_not get financing.

One of the best ideas the Florida annual reunion. Many of them give the ...', .di'. Below, Huge stone grind stones from an old mill

Legislature bas came op with in a longtime corps credit for pulling them through a I :-" -::; ... .: .. are pictured as they appeared on the Parriih farm
difficult period in their lives and ; near Brooker over 30 years ago.
was atmnM toned m the massive very .". ,
mound a.gcbfion pamaed..|tile final giving them a start on a better future .I' _.

day of the 1987 arsnon. It was a MUe- than they otherwise would have had.

noted bill creating Florida's own Florida bill the
very Under the new lucky
A shaft from this rig, or a
their mill helpers.
: Visitors are asked to use Imagination The weatherbeaten was usually
Youth Cm ervatioa CcIQ8. paUauedafter youths most of whom would otherwisebe to visualize the old site as it was in the enclosed in a rough cut pine frame separate wheel utilizing the same water
the widely acclaimed CCC unemployed, will enjoy invigorating 1800s when in full operation. building, made of cypress or heart pine source also powered the cotton gin.

(Civilian Conservation Corps) created outdoor work while making a wor- Kendrick said, "It has been verified that lumber obtained from the surrounding The water used to power the wheel was
by President Roosevelt to belp fight thwhile contribution to the environmentby this was a busy, fully operating mill site in forests. It is said that after the mill was passed into spillways and returned to the
unemployment Airing tile 1930s depression. cleaning up polluted lakes and pioneer days. "We believe it was a pretty abandoned in later years it was used for a stream with little or no waste.The recycled -
trees on otherwise big operation, supplying the needs of a time as a church house. water, together with that flowing over
- streams planting large area around here in those days", the dam when the mill pond filled allowedthe
barren ground renovating dilapidated when cotton growers had to haul their gin- The mill was powered by water obtained stream below the mill to return to its
As proof that the Legislature buildings, tagging fish and protecting ned cotton to Middleburg by ox-team for from a large pond created by damming up original course and velocity.
sometimes a good thong woodlands: by fighting forest fires. water transportation on Black Creek and the stream flowing through the ravine.The
imigiiires "
the St.Johns River to Jacksonville."In water was conveyed from the dam and operation was truly another case of
when it sees it.the bill was approved 113 While performing these necessary millpond to a large wheel, or turbine, the early Florida pioneer
to 0 in the House, and 37 to 0 in tile tasks the YCC men will earn the! this day of modern supermarketsthat through what was known as the millrace. usable power from nature's gift of water
need it is hard for
Senate to make Florida the IStn state in minimum of $3.35 hour while supply our every Kendrick said. "They were knowledgeable
wage per young or middleaged folk to realize how enough to realize that the waste of their
the Union with a Youth Conservation learning skills that will be useful to dependent people were on the old water Vestiges of the old mill race at Gold natural resources would put their lives in
Corps. them in later life. Housing will be provided mills to grind their corn into grits, flour, Head park are still visible to the eye of the jeopardy, as well as the lives of future
and meal," Kendrick said. visitor.The mill race was a wooden trough
workers at a generations. They didn't need all the
to the
The newly created Youth Committee corps
descending in elevation from the level of
in the House bad pushed for a more am- moderate cost and they will also attend Trips to the mill,which for the often farmer involved and his an the pond to either the top or bottom of the order governmental to protect regulations themselves.we have tody in

tntxms program, requiring$S-S milbon, classes that allow them to earn high overnight campout with the wheel. The water flow going through the
family, were popular
and providing jobs for nearly 300 youths: school and vocational school credits. since they offered a brief respite from pioneers the regulate race was the controlled speed of by the a gate wheel.in order A shaft to "It is sad that we don't have at least a
between the of 16 and 20. But the to monotony of farm life and their everyday replica of an operating grist mill in our
ages The work won't be easy, according from the water wheel was attached to a park as do so many others in the
proposal was finally whittled down to$1 director Bradford but it is designed to chores. Since there are numerous lakes in grinding stone that turned in proportion to southeast," Kendrick added.
the Gold Head Branch area the family '
the speed of the wheel.
million, providing employment for only instill: a work ethic,and provide a meaningful could all enjoy fishing after the farmer
the current
50 to 100. But at least a start was made and worthwhile public service, of finished bartering with the miller over the The grinding stone was situated oppositea manager Paul Worthington of the park, says that ranger-efforts
and if the program proves as successful which the participating youths can beproOO. fee for gnnding his corn and ginning his stationary rock with the distance bet- have been made to continue Kendricks objective -

as the one in the Roosevelt era it will cotton. ween the two being varied to accom- of restoring the mill site, but so far
doubtless be expanded; at the next session the The miller was usually a hardworkingman modate the grinding of large hominy gritsor they have had no luck in obtaining the
In previous legislative sessions, who often operated a commissary,or the finer grains as desired. The corn necessary funding from state or national
YCC program received widespread sup- general store, in addition to running his was poured through a hole to be ground sources. "We haven't given up hope of get-
"The important thing is that after all port but always got stymied because mill. He kept a good stock of sugar,coffee, between the two rotating stones. The ting our mill site restored," he said, and
the years of trying to get something,we lawmakers were unwilling to fund it. salt,and other staples the farmer could not finished gnts and meal dropped into a con- would appreciate the interest and sugges-
himself to be bagged by the miller and his tions of other buffs the "
veyor
history in area.
have(the begu rng) of a very good program 'This tone, however the new legislative grow

." said Duane Bradford, a leadership changed all that. House -, .
spokesman for the Department of Speaker Jon Mills has been a longtime

Natural Resources which will oversee advocate of the program, and Senate

the corps. President John Vogt supported the ,

the the youth corps concept when he was chair- WASHINGTON .
During Big Depression era
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of the Senate Natural Resources -
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young men of the CCC planted 18 million '
trees built 2.700 budges 3,600 miles of Coma t ee. VIEWPOINT

roads and traits and many state parks So-long .the.Youth Conservation

including Gold Head Branch State Parkon Corps! If anyone doubts the value and r Bradford a by Sen. Lawton_
Highway 21. north of Keystone benefits of toe program, he or she -j

Heights. every year, several hundred should visit our own Gold Head Branch
loyal CCC -alumni" gather at Gold State Park which is living testimony to J Forestry PROMISE WE MUST KEEPNear

Head from all over Ute country for their its worth. -

Orange Virginia, .
By David W.Norton there's a remote grave yard

Trees Need WaterWe surrounded by a stone fence
New Services Tax Causing
and lined with some old
the trees in Bradford County sure
I ap
trees. To get there turn
preciate that little drink we had last week. you
Confusion and Loss of RevenueA Because it is summer time we are now in off a gravel road, cross a M
our most active growing period. For us wood plank bridge, then
trees it is this time, like most other plants drive up a dirt path.
Advertisers and the media have been when we aks for as much rain and There are only a hand
state of confusion nutrients as we can get.
general pervades
among the most vocal critics of the tax ful of graves in the ceme
the service industries m Florida concerning Some of us larger trees are capable of
which they say could force cutbacks in tery. One of them belongs to
the application and the mechanics storing large amounts of water and
advertising campaigns layoffs of. James Madison few
of collecting the new five percent tax on nutrients for times like now when water is Very
employees and increases in the price of not very plentiful. We larger trees also people come to visit his
services due to become: effedn'e.JuIy 1. their products. Groups that have filed have bigger root systems which are more

The latest development in the complex bnefs challenging the new tax include capable of finding water when not much is grave.Instead, they go to visit Jun.Madison

issue are appeals to the State ABC NBC. CBS the National Association around. Mount Vernon to see where The gamble has been ,

Supreme Court for an opinion on of Broadcasters, and the Magazine For these reasons if you have young George Washington is buriedor successful.Jut it has not.always '

whether or not the new tax is an unconstitutional Publishers Association. Briefs were trees, freshly planted, or transplantedyard to Charlottesville to see ran easy.

violation of free speech also filed on behalf of The Florida Bar water trees is made it is available especially to important them during that the grave of Thomas Jefferson In 1850, Daniel Webster

and due process rights Lawyers", for in and the state's criminal defense these critical times. You can obtain the took the floor of the U.S.

stance maintain that a tax on lawyers. best results by allowing a garden hose to But if you visit the rest. Senate to argue for perpetual -

attorney's fees will prevent some low income Martinez and House and Senate trickle for lightly 30 minutes underneath to one each hour.individualtree Evening ing place of James Madison, union. In the Senate that :

Floridians from exercising their leaders argue that the new tax was and late afternoon hours are generally the you will stand in the shadowof day were a collection of

constitutional. right to the -due process necessary to pay for Florida's rapid best because evaporation from the sun will the man who was the driving giants including Henry Clay
of law. Some advertisers: maintain growth and the millions of dollars need occur during daytime hours During low force behind the U.S. and Jefferson Davis.In .
that advertising messages are subject ed for to with the rainfall penods of the summer you should
new prisons keep up at least Constitution. the end, however,the
water young trees once a
to the protection of"freedom of speech"and state's rapidly increasing crime rate. week, possibly your once every 3 to 4 days. He was a man who understood appeals for harmony did not

therefore should not be taxed. But it remains to be seen whether or differences of opin succeed. And it is an irony

Governor Bob Martinez", a supporterof not the loss in revenues from state and Most of us trees have ways that you can ion. And he was also a man that this year we mark not
the has,has asked the Supreme Courtto national advertisers,and the staggering tell when we are sick or unde ed.We don't who would not let such only the 200th anniversaryof

issue a non-bmdmg advisory cpunonnn loss to hotel-motel owners and conven- turn pale, or upchuck like people whenthey're things get in the way of this the Constitution, but also

the cnrref TtnfmrLahty ff the law, but It tion centers as well as tourist and for our sick leaves, but and if you needles know what are a to dead look nation., __ the 125th anniversary of the :

is doubtful that such an opinion can be amusement attractions will materially giveaway to what is wrong with us. For in- It should come as no Battle of Sharpsburg the

rendered before July L offset the projected gains from the new stance, when we trees are thirsty our I surprise that little more thana single bloodiest day of the

State irflnomnts estimated that the tax. Decreased advertising could also leaves curl, either up, down, or around. month after Congress con- War between the States.
When we are close to wilting, (monstrous
five percent tax on services would raise result in decreased sales by retailers, thirst the tips of our leaves may turn vened for the first time under What we celebrate this
at least$750 miibon in the coming fiscal bas reducing returns from the five percent brown or pale yellow. If you see us the Constitution, it was is freedom and
drink I year people.We .
year and more than fl bdfaon m the second sales tax already in effect. The like this would you please give us a James Madison who intro- look
can back and know
year. But that was before national:: Kellogg Company and Proctor &: Gam- duced the Bill of Rights, the
that
advertisers started -a...-.n g their ble are among the large national adver- If you noticed us pines lately some of us set of amendments to the something each of the
and television rrfttt tisers who have announced cutbacks in look like we are dying(brown,wilted tips). original Constitution that men and women who built
newspaper
their Florida advertising. Because it is dry a little insect called the this nation lives on in each of
and several large corporations and guaranteed our freedom of
branch
twig beetle chews up our tips. us. j I
other organizations: began canceflmg::: A spokesman for Proctor &: Gamble From a distance our branches look like I religion,speech,..a free press, What we hear this
contracts with Florida hotels and convention said that other states have tried the tax they have red-brown flags hanging down.In and freedom of assembly yearis
not the cheers. the finish
centersbecathse of the state's and had to repeal it because they foundit a way we trees are a lot like you, whenwe I Those were bold initia- at
don't our basic requirements all line, but the welcome at
get I
five pet"'Cmtr.au on services. to be a bureaucratic nightmare to col- tives. They made it clear
kinds of things attack us. So, pray that we the start. This country has a
A preliminary:::: telephone poll con ..IecL.- get some rain and we will begin to feel bet- I from the very beginning. We great deal to do.The Consti- j

ducted recently by the Florida Hotel The newTnre percent service tax has ter. I as a nation were ready to tution promised we would be

and Motel Association showed. that been described as the single largest tax Because of low rainfall we trees are ;. take a chance that genuine free. It is up to us to keep

already 16 hotels have lost 66 conventions increase in Florida's history and more susceptible to fire, also our worst I freedom would overcome that promise.Page .
booked for this: year' and other ironically was strongly supported by enemy. That little rain we have had is our different views. J

meetings with a total value of S1&3 Governor Martinez who in his cam- barely keeping the dust down. So, pleasebe
tniiiifwi tn room revenue and spendingon paign speeches promised Floridians anJ30O careful with fire when you are near the
woods. Moat of the ground fuels are still
food and
beverages. million budgetary tax savings. very dry and they are what cause a fire to
spread. Also because of low rainfall, and
winds outdoor buring may be
high dry
T+u s _
woe limited to people who have heavy equip
'T1tifE = ment available. Let's hope we get some
more rain and maybe we can get back to

our business as usual-growing wood,
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Holliday Rddlsh & Barbara A. Cr.*n,

To Marry Jun. 27 Gary R. Perry, Jr.

Mr.and Mrs.James(Red)Watersof Set Wedding Oat.
/s\ tirL Providence announce the engage- Barbara A.Green,the daughter of
ment and approaching marriage of the late Mrs. Lillian Thomas of
their daughter, Tracey Michelle Starke and the late Mr. Robert A.
r Holliday, to Dean Alan Reddish,son Green of Lake City announces her
of Ms. Barbara Jean Reddish of engagement to Gary R. Perry Jr.
New fill Auxiliary Officers... dent; Gem Green, corresponding secretary; (back Starke and Lamar Reddish of Gary is the son of Mr. Gary R.
The Bcwly elected 1M7-SS Bradford Hospital Aux row l-r) Roxanne Ruckdeschel. recording secretary; Graceville FL. Perry Sr'1 of Jacksonville,and Mr.
iliary officer listed below are front row, M-): Betty Linda Johns, first vice president and Rose McConnel, Tracey Is a 1980 graduate of Union &Mrs.Ed! Conway of Starke.
Warren treasurer; Dolores Meng second vice presi- president. County High School and is presently The weddings is planned for July 3
employeb Or.Roberto Perez of at 7 p.m.in the chapel Camp Blan-
Lake Butler. .- ding. A reception is to follow at thegroom's
Dean is also a 1986 graduate of '1"rl' parents home on GriffisLoop.
Union County High School and is .
987-88 Auxiliary Officers ElectedRose presently Woodington.The .employed by Billy : ? School.The bride attended Bradford- High

ceremony is set to take place ) The groom is a honor graduate of
7:30 Saturday June 27, at electronics at Ft.Gordon
p.m. ,GA.He is
McConnell was elected presi- labor resulted in the purchase'of a great deal In the past year and"look Heilbron Springs Baptist Church. A IJ .. employed at CSMS Camp Blanding
dent of the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary $6500 sigmoidoscope which allows us forward to another 12 months. reception in the church fellowshiphall ,-', \\1 l and a member of 631st Maint.Comp.
Since May, 1986, the Auxilians
at the annual installation of officers to perform different types of procedures will follow the ceremony. ::: + _" in Starke.
have volunteered hours in ...... .. I'c.
dinner recently held at the including diagnosing 8,792 ser All friends and relatives of the .- ---_
Starke cancer It is a valuable of vice areas. According to Rearick, --- -
Woman's Club. very piece couple are invited to attend. No In- Robin M. Hersey,
Tun equipment and we are gratefulto there has been a 40 percent increasein
Reanck. BH administrator, very vitations are being sent. Gary R.Perry,Jr.Barbara .
conducted the installation the Auxiliary for this donation. volunteer hours this year.Service a' Michael G. Crockrell
ceremony. He commended the AimUians "You were also instrumental in hour pins were presented to 38 Aux- A.Green Announce Engagement
for their dedication and ser the smooth transition we made in ilians during the ceremony. The top
vice to the hospital. moving patients from the old award winners were: Bernadme Gina R. Lan, Mr and Mrs. Doley M. Hersey of
.'11 is stated in your bylaws that hospital into the new patient wing. Early, 12 hours; Linda Johns, 9,500 Cpt. Jon WaldropTo Starke would like to announce the
the Auxiliary will promote and ad- Sometimes we may not show our ap- hours: Nela McGee, 5,500 hours and Correction... engagement of their daughter.
vance the welfare of Bradford preciation for all you do but we are Wilma Jean Terry, 5.ono hours Wed Jun. 27 In the June 18 edition of The Brad- Robin Michele, to Michael Gary
Hospital and that this advancementshall most grateful to each of you." Special guests attending the Installation The wedding of Gina R. Lane to ford County Telegraph, the date for Crockrell. Michael is the son of Mr.
be done The 1967-88 Auxiliary officers are: dinner were: Flora Corn- and Mrs.John Crockrell of Starke.
through voluntary efforts Capt. Jon Waldrop is to be held the wedding of Lisa Ann Moody to
." said Reanck. This action Rose McConnell,. president; Linda Ins, Auxiliary president, Alachua Saturday June 27,at 10:30 a.m.The John Darren Gaskins was in error. The wedding is planned for August
has been Johns,first vice president; Dolores General Hospital (AGH); Mary is 15 at Hope Baptist Church.
freely chosen and under- wedding to be at the home of Ted The wedding is planned for June
taken by each of you. You serve the Meng.second vice president; Betty Fagan, president-elect, AGH Auxiliary Lane, 1525 E. Call St., in Starke.All 27, 1987 at 7:00: p.m. at Pine Level
hospital, patients and visitors with Warren, treasurer; Gerri Green, and Patty Kay Elder and friends and family are invitedto Baptist Church in Starke.
corresponding secretary and Rox- Mona Canova who provided musical .lE70
no expectation of monetary gain. entertainment. attend. The Telegraph regrets this error. ;
Reanck also thanked the Auxiliary anne Ruckdeschel, recording
for its help in the move from secretary. The dinner was prepared and
the old facility into the new Reanck congratulated the new of- served by Joe Larouere, director of
"The hospital. ficers and asked for their continued Food Service for AGH,and his staff.
hospital has done
dramatic things in the past year some," support. "I am pleased to have the AGH and BH are members of Santa Farewell Dinner Held for Father Finlay To accelerate the baking of a potato
said Reanck. The fruits of vour privilege to install and work with the Fe HealthCare. ,first boil ft for about ten minutes.
new officers We've accomplished a
Sunday,June 14, the St. Edward's Betty Dazinski,Society president,
Altar Society hosted a covered dish presented Father Finlay with an appreciation Leila's
We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call dinner in the parish hall. Father card signed by membersand
Joseph Finlay was the honored guestat a monetary gift Dress&Gift Shop
Street the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH this dinner attended by Father Finlay responded with Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr
parishioners and friends' words of gratitude to parishionersfor 964-5051
from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. to better serve our Vanilla Is actually the dried fruit of their support during his five
or as Pastor at St. Edward's. He
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as Pastor. ..of.. St. Monica's. in ,Weddingneeds.
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We service all make and models of hearing aids. open bible. It was inscribed with an

Also have batteries available. Home testing by ap- Presents. appropriate verse and farewell
message to Father Finlay.
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Softball Other News ..... .. .-
Tourney r _. Ju..
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S.r. Class of 1982 Still Kelll Jo Oyol

Hunting MembersThe Graduates From Fla.
Set Here
Friday graduating class of 1982 is School for the Deaf

: planning a 5-year reunion. We are Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Schmittare
trying to locate the following Deoclej;, '
The 9th Annual Youth Softball Play will resume Saturday at 10 proud to announce the graduation -
Association Individual tournamentwill a.m. on field two with the Leesburg Stanley Clark, Denise Cobb;;Dana of their daughter,Kelli Jo Dyal,
from the Florida School for the DeafIn
be held at the Edwards Road Merchants taking on the last game Cooper, Mark Gee, Gerald Goodman
and Saturday winner from Friday night.The other St. Augustine June 4.
Complex Friday, June 26 Stanley Hamilton, Jeff
Kelli enrolled at Bradford
two winners from Friday will meetat was
June 27. Lawson, Dianne Melton, Felicia
The tournament, which is probably the same time on field numberone. Nicholes, Randy Reddish, Gay High School and Bradford Middle
the biggest of the year for softball The finals are scheduled for Lichtenburger, Wynette Joiner, School for three years before going
fans, is for Men's Church Saturday at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. If J Kevin Howe, Harlon Hodge, Jerry back to Fla. School for the Deaf to
League teams and Senior Boy's needed, on field number two. Parish, Tabi Folsom, Eddie Tom- graduate. She hopes to pursue a
teams. Entertainment Sales,ect. pkins, Michel Tyson, Robert Tyson, career in drafting and Interpretingto
Play will begin Friday at 7 p.m. Other activities taking place at the 1 Cindy Underwood, Cathy Norman, the deaf. Her family and friendsare .
tournament include a yard sale anda r1 .' Ronald G. Davis glad to have her back home.
with the host team the Starke Stars .. Glynece Savage,
taking on Symyrna Baptist on field bake sale sponsored by the Junior "" 'J.f-.,:....... Kim Cruger, Ricky Hodge, Ronnie Congratulations Kellil I --
number one. Stars parents. Frazier, Marvin Covmgton, Charles Wilkinson Family
The Church League teams go Into Chicken dinners (provided by Woods,. Joe Woods, Keneth Noack,
action on field number two at 8 p.m. friends of the Stars) will be on sale Dawn Shoenmg, Ricky Sullivan, Reunion Set June 27A
when Northside Baptist will play throughout and a home ru derby will r a. Porter Roberts, Diane Rowe, Bar reunion for the Bryant (Bunk) &
First Baptist of Palatka. At 9:15: also be held, run by the Y.S.A. bara Wike, Randy Merritt Darlene Easter Wilkinson family is set for
p.m.First United Northside takes on The chicken dinners go on sale at Cribbs, Chris Dobbs, Robin Gar- June 27 at Highland Baptist Church.
Trinity Christian Fellowship of St. 11 a.m. Saturday. Call 964-8334 for L-r rison, Lisa Gilbert, Missy Hart, The reunion is to start at 10 a.m. in
Agustme. delivery. w Maxine Herndon, Scot Hudson,Bar- the church fellowship hall.
bara Hoyt, George Kuck, Robin A basket lunch is planned for 1
I May, Phil Miller, Marie Pendarvis, p.m. All family and friends are invited -
Centenarians Day Set ) David Sap..and! .Keith.Pope.. .
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Citing the extraordinary numberof changes that these people have If you have any information about Duplicate Bridge
people living in Florida who are witnessed-from the invention of the any of the above persons, please call Game ResultsThe
100 years of age and older,Governor gasoline engine to the conquest of 5. Eddie Wmkler 964-7925; Lisa Nor-
Martinez proclaimed July 1, 1987, outer space; from the invention of man Cravey 473-7023; April Rooney following results are from the
Green 964-6730 Monica Green June 16 game.
"Centenarians Day. the zipper to the supercomputer, ;
"The idea is to focus on the oldest added the Governor. 485-1207 .. NS- 1-Ida Shaw Ruth Merlie; 2-
old," said Dr. T Franklin Williams, Governors around the country will The reunion is set for July 11. If Jack & Louise Burnette.EW .
12 TIE Thelma
director of the National Institute on proclaim July 1 Centenarians Day. Jennings
have not returned slip witha
you your and Blanche
Otto
Aging (NIA). "These people are the There will be a special ceremony in check, please do so by June 30 Canady ; Mary Aalto-Ruth
custodians of our Nation's culture, the nation's capitol where a congressional --.-. -- -
and history,and are among our most delegation, representativesfrom
valuable resources." the scientific
community
"It is remarkable to contemplate Health and Human Services officials Find out if Allstate Mobile
living in an era when the over-loo and a group of centenarians will join
age group is one of the fastest grow- together to pay special tribute to this Home insurance discounts can
ing segments of our population. country's 24,000 centenarians.and .
Even more remarkable are the
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Red Dot Sale Set will continue through August. '. .
Save to 20% if the
the Winner you're original .'
"Free Cap'n" up owner. r ,
Select works of art will be marked .
At Gainesville down 50% to 10% from the ongmal Geremlah Hamilton and mom o lie was able to correctly guess the Or up to 15% if you've installed protective /t tg.!ye '.
Artisans' GuildThe prices, according to Kathy Wise of Sherry, hold a check for f 100 which whereabouts of "Cap'n Crunch", devices.You could even save 10% you're GooJ* '
the Gainesville Artisans' Guild. Ceremiah won In a sweepstakes Geremlah lives on Flume Rd. and 55 or older and retired. 1/.1'1
red dot sale is set at the Crunch Cereal. And find out how
July will also feature the watercolorists sponsored by Capt'n attends Southslde Elementary
Gainesville Artisans' Guild July 1 m a special show. Artists School.. Allstate Replacement Cosl' ,
participating are: Ken Small,Duane -- --- Coverage could save you +. "\4nf'!
Ellilnt' Nancy Moskovitz, Margera "Of CONRSE from big losses.
Keeter, Faith Munson, Kathy Wise
Special WORKS Kou mORo Ken Chitty
and Hu.
Hui-Chmg TN ERE t s IJO sucK 440 W. Madison St.
The Artisans' Guild is located at
806 W. Univ. Ave. m Gainesville and tt+lt as hwES, Allstate In New Winn-Dixie
ArrivalBrennan ti Shopping Center
Guild hours are from 10 a.m. until Aaet.4lnsurenuCompmy HHk. "BL hta 964-4695:
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5:30: p.m. Monday through S. 'urday. In Ireland It was once considered a good Idea to wear an arrow head as
David Glance protection against elves. It always worked too. Y
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Keystone Heights would like to announce .. .
the birth ol a son, Brennan ...,...:::-:..........
David, born 12:09: p.m. June 1 at FOR
Humana Hospital in Orange Park. :.::.
Madison Street PreschoolNow
Brennan weighed 7 pounds at Baptist
birth. He joins a brother, Dalon, age ARTHRITISSUFFERERS taking applications for summer and fall enrollment.
5 and a sister, Leara age 2 years.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. BRADFORD There are still spaces available. all 2,3 & 4 year
and Mrs. William F. Atwood Sr., ot
Starke. Great-grandmothers are PRESCHOOLunder classes.

Mrs. Cine Thornton ot Starke and the ownership and '1 Contact Mrs. Eula Nichols, 964-6722. ie, No. 030469a''E'
Mrs.Connie Atwood of Orange Park. EASY-RUB
Paternal grandparents are Mr. management of Linda Bryant
and Mrs. Martin S. Clance of and Debbie Morris
Keystone Hell thts. taking applications for are child now .. .... ... .-

care. For more information, The relief I.
come by 407 West WashingtonStreet
Coming. or call 964-4361. you've :

been :

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE2nd : 0

Public Hearing NoticeThe


City of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) _

for a grant under the Commercial Revitalization category in the amount of $575,000

under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For

each activity that is proposed, at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low and

moderate income persons. The activities, dollar amount and estimated percentage

benefit to low and moderate income persons for which the City is applying are:

The activity, dollar amount, and percentage benefit to low and moderate income

persons Low/Moderate GOD'SWiWYou'll

Activity Item Dollar Amount Income Percentage.

017'-Street/drainage-Lights $25,000 100%

051 b Rehabilitate private business' 100%

commercial $500,000..
property I

-Administration $50,000 __ N/A
Want
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TOTAL GRANT APPLICATION $575.000

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The City of Starke plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned .

CDBG funded activities in the following manner. No displacement will occur as a Vacation Bible. School

result of the proposed CDBG program.If .


any persons are displaced as a result of these planned-activities, the City will I

assist such persons in the following manner; as required under 24 CFR 42. U.S. 1 I

Department of Housing and Urban Development's regulations that implement the Lakg Baptist Qi'urch -j I
Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Assistance and Real Property Acquisition IQngsley

Policies Act of 1970. I Highway 16 at Kingsley Lake .I II I


A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the applicationwill I July 6-10 9 am to 12 Noon

be held in City Hall on June 30, 1987, at 7:30 p.m. A copy of the application 4 Year Olds 6th Grade !

will be available for review at City of Starke Grant Office 108 East Call Street w. have o complete staff ready for your children.They will learning about the"Fruit of the Spirit"every .. I

f I -Starke Florida on Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00: a.m. 12:00: day. In addition to crafti and B.ble itorlet, they will be learning a special musical entitled"Growing God't

& 1:00 5:00 To obtain additional information concerning the ,Way".
p.m. p.m. : p.m. ap- Call: 933-901 for Information and to Smell your Children.
plication and public hearing contact Linda Day or Julee Wise at ((904)) 964-8902. ,
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Legal I proprlus.proposal properly executed
NOTICE INTENTION *marked 188 WIG Clearance and placed In an envelope, marked NOTICE TO Of INTENT

INVITATION FOR BIDS TO REGISTER ;' prorom.Tho City retain th* right to' to 'Identify "' bid and then shall be, FICTITIOUS IlGllTU
The Bradford County Bawd of Commlsslonor FICTITIOUS NAMI reject( any or all bids. delivered or moiled to Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA- NAME
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Notices will receive written and sealed i Pursuant .to Section SM.M. Florid.1 For further Information pleas con School' Board 582 N. Tempi Avenue, COUNTY OF BRADFORD
bids In the County Co"' ''', Itatvt .. notice ,. hereby given that th* tact.John Tin.'.. or Julee WI.. at ((904)) Ita..... Florida 3201. (Please mark on DICANDIO. INCORPORATED hereby

chamber. at 948 N. Temple. Av.na..I, undersigned, Audrey .. Kit*, P.O. 64-B02.. tho outside of your bid envelope the give notice that It .Intend* to register
JUSOLLmONBMOWHEREAS. (P.O. Drawer I) Ita..., PI ""' Drawer 878, Stark. .... 3201. solo "25 Itchgj following BID 7-0720-l BRADFORD with, me Clark. of Circuit' 'Court for Brad

DEBORAH J. 1:30 P.M. e.. July' a. 1..,. far the collection ownor, doing.business. ;. under th* firm HIGH SCHOOL Auditorium Renovation ford County. Florid. .... fictitious name
and and en behalf of BRAMMER. by and analysis' of Initial ch.mkah' nom of Kit' Realty. P.O. Orsmror .,.. NOTICE OF 'INTENTION/ Any other Information on tha exterior of "S i W DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS.; and
WILLIAM I. BRAMMER did herself and .......... from the monitoring well Stark. Flu. 320tl Intends to register TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS of tho envelope such a. deduction or to engage In business under that fictitious
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on May (located at aid fictitious NAME addition to tho bid will not be
Bradford County Landfill.. name under tha aforesaid
with
1". Petition th* BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSION none a principal' place' of
I IB ml. S.E..1 Stark on SR 100.The,landlHI statute. Pursuant to Section 865.0. Florida acknowledged.The buslnoss at Route 2. Sox 135.
Bradford County Florida. ') has four Dated MIs 11th Statutes, notice Is hereby that tho Bradford County School Board Highway
to cloio and abandon a .' monitoring well which th. day oJun... A.D.. given 301 North >Stark*. Florid. 3201.
portlonof. pl"' Initial samples will establish ground 117 'In Bradford Cotnty. undersigned. Gordon D. Brown P.O. reserves the right to roject any or all
lad but unused rood ovor andtTd T3T ill th., ,wat..Ity.......... and. In th*vicinity, 61IUtplll71tNOTICIO.INTINTION Box IM3, It....., FL 3201 sole owner, I I 'bids, Wlav. Informalities' In any bid :DICANDIO.Leonardo Veto INCORPORATEDBY Dlcandlo
following-described' lands. HI
.. th* ......11. A list of minimum standard doing' business under tho firm nama of make tho award 'In part or whole and to LEONARDO
V.
A PARCEL of land cont.'n'ng'.O' aero* for"' collection' and totting' from TV Doctor. P.O. Box 1303. Ita.... FL I make the award In the best Interest of PRESIDENTJAMES DICANDIO.VICE
and lying 'In Iho NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Nl ,.. these monitoring' wells hqs boon 1201 Intends to register Mid' fictitious tho Bradford County School Board
1/4 (Lot 2)) and partly In tho Nl 1/4 of Nl ,established, by Hi. Department Environmental name under the aforesaid statue. Award shall bo based. on tho lowest R. FLYNN. P.A.
1/4 of NW 1/4 (Lot of Section ofj base By: James R. Flynn Esquire
3) 21, Regulation and Bred+ord TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS Dated this 2nd day of Jun. A.D. 187 bid proposal. of Counsel
Township 5 South '.n.. 22, ...t. Bradford In Bradford THE SCHOOL BOARDOF
:County. Cop,.* .. these standards and NAME County. 405 West Georgia Street
tiers County of WOODLAWN Florida told 'loti.. bolng pore additional' Information may b. obtained Pursuant >o Section B68.0. Florida ./.. 4tpd 6/25 BRADFORD BRADFORD COUNTY Stork. Florida 320*
par plat by contacting Darrell' O'Neal.' County Statutes, notlc. ,Is hereby given that tho COUNTY FLORIDABy ((904)) 9644667Attorn.y
recorded In Plat
Book
1. 17 of tho Jim Duncan
,
Superintendent
Public Records of Bradford papa Director.' 944-4380 write to P.O. Box undersigned' Betty ft Raymond Secrest, CAlL FOR BIDS for Registrant
Florida laid parcol bolng County 1148. Stark. PL 3201. P.O. Box 118, Ita..., Flo.. 3201. solo Sealed bids will be received by the 6/25 2tchg 7/2 61.4tpd 6125
described at follow moro particularly Board of County Commissioners owner doing business under the firm Board of Bond Trustees of the City of
:
COMMENCE At tho NE cornor of said 6/25 Itchg nama of Betty' Trim Wove. 1252-C South Stork., Florida, at tha City Hall In NOTICE INTENTION
Walnut Starka. Fla.. 3201 Intends to TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS NOTICE' OF INTENTIONTO
Stark. Florida until
Lot :3 and run North lf'29'33" West 6:30: p.m. on Tuesday
'
along tho North.rly boundary thoroof I NIMBY CERTIFY that tflJ above and register said fictitious nama under tho July 7, 1987, At which time and NAME REGISTERFICTITIOUS

"1.3' foot to an Iron pip. on tho Easterly foregoing Resolution was unanimously" aforasald statute. plot all bids' received will be publicly Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida NAME
Doted this 15th day of Jun. A.D., Statutes, notice I I. Pursuant to Section ...
boundary of tho RIght-of-Woy of a passel and adopted by th* County Commission opened and road aloud on tho following: hereby given that tha' .09. Florida
187 In Bradford County. undersigned John C. Simmons Statutes, _Ic. I I. hereby that tho
County Graded Road; th.nc. South of Bradford County, Florida 'In FURNISHING A TWELVE MONTH SUPPLY 626 given
O'JO'OS Woit, along told Easterly boundary regular session on Tuesday June 14, 6/184tpd7/f OF 15,000 TO 27,000 POUNDS OF Mary Dot Lan., Starko, Flo. 32091 sole undersigned James Hudson, It. 1 Box
owner doing business under tho 270 Sta...., FL 3201 sole owner,
187 and that notice firm doing
208.71 feet to an Iron pip. for preceding the CHLORINE. IN 9.1 TON CYLINDERS AND
Polnt-of-Beglnnlng. From Polnt-of- foHewIng. sold mooting..In Mid Resolution BALANCE namo of Working Man's Jewelry 484 W. business under th*firm naia. of Hudco
Beginning thus described continue described were published. 'In th* NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN 150 LB. CYLINDERS Madison St., Starko, Flo. 3201, 'Intend It. I Box 270. Starka, FL 3201. Intend.
South 0'30'05" Weit sold June 11. 187 Issue of tho Bradford REGISTERFICTITIOUS' DELIVERED TO STARKE FLORIDA.TO to register sold fictitious nam under the to register Mid fictitious name under tho
along Easterly
NAME BE EFFECTIVE ON DATE OF BID AC aforesaid statuto. aforesaid statue.Doted .
boundary 404.70 feet to Iron County Telegraph. Stark. Florida..
the North.rly .dg. of a Private an Graded pip. on DATED this 16th day of June. A.D. Pursuant to Section 865.0. Florida CEPTANCE.Th. Dated this B day of June, A.D. 19071n this 2nd day of Jun., A.D. 187
Road (back of ditch) th.nc. South 187, at Ita..... Bradford County Statutas, notica Is hereby given that tho said City reserves tho right to accept Bradford County. in Bradford County.
' Bt'30'31" East ; sold ......... undersigned, Rosa Ma. Starling It. 4, or reject any or all bids. 6/1l4tpd7/2 4/4 4tpd 4/25
,
along North.rly GILBERT S. Box 548, Stork., FL 3201 solo or |olntownor Board of Bond Tru.'..,
of Private BROWN CLERK
Road
edge 521.7 feet
to on
*, doing business under tho firm City of Stork. FloridaBy
Iron pip.; th.nc. North 030'05"East."parallel Byl Betty C. Phillips of NOTICE OF ELECTION
nom. Pop's Produc., Rt. 4, Box 548 : Neil L. Tucker
with aforesaid Easterly boundary Chief D.putyClork Th. Farmer Homo Administration (FmHA) County Committee election this
301 S., Sta...., Flo., 32091. 'Intends to Clerk
431.J* f..t to an Iron pip.; th.nc. THIS 'INSTRUMENT PREPARED BVi said fictitious City year will be h.ld on June 30, 187. Th. ballot below must be filled out detachedand
register under the
North 1925'33" West parallel' with WM.A. BESSENT III. ESQUIRE aforesaid namo 6/25 2tchg 7/2 mailed and received or returned In person to Farmers Home Administration

aforesaid Northerly boundary 521.01 403 W. Georgia _/... IBM Dated this statute.15th day of Jun. A.D., 570V-C NW 13th St., Gainesville, FL 32606 not 'later than Jun. 30, "17. H you do
f..t to the Point-of-B.glnning. Stark. Florida 3201 1987 In Bradford INVITATION TO BID not vote In person, you should mall' your ballot Inside a blank onvelope marked
In Bradford County Florida and to renounce ( 04)944-712) County. Sealed, bids will .be received by tho ballot to ensure a secret ballot. This blank envelope should be placed Inside tho
and disclaim any right of Bradford ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONERS 4184tpd7fCALL Bradford County School Board, 582 North envelope you use to mall your ballot. Your namo and address must be legible on
County Florida and tho public to 8/25 Itchg Tompla' Avenue. Sta...., Florida, 32091 the outer envelope. Failure to provide this Information will render your ballot In.
the land lying within sold, portion of sold FOR BIDS until: LOCAL TIME 4:30 PM DAY OP valid. Ballots and envelopes' may also be obtained from your local FmHA office.

street, andWHEREAS Th. City of Starko Is bid for WEEK Monday DATE: July 20. 1917 and The slato of nominee for Alachua/Bradford countyles( ) ara listed In the ballot
this Commission by NOTICE OF PETITION FILED lotion batt.ry replacamont accepting at tho Immediately thereafter publicly opened below. Th. qualifications of persons voting are described In the "Voter Certification
unanimous vote decided to hold public TO CLOSE PLATTED. BUT UNOPENED Pow.r Plant. Bid. will bo received until City rated aloud and recorded In the School Statement". For further Information regarding voting and voter eligibility
hearing on sold Petition on Tuesday STREETS IN WOODLAWNYOU 6:30 tho Board Room of tho Bradford County contact tho county office listed abov. FmHA elections are open to all eligible
Jun. 16, 1917, at 7:30 P.M.. and has ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. that Board p.m.of Bond Tuesday Trustees July at 7.City 187 Hall.By All School' Board Administrative Offices for voters without regard to roc., color, religion, national origin ago, political' affiliation
the following marital status, sax, and/or handicap.U.S. .
glv.n duo notice on said hearing In the Joseph Sullivan Marilyn Sullivan bids received will' be publicly opened
June 13, 1987, Issue of the Bradford Donald J. Fran..... H.I.n Fran..... and rood aloud.' Specifications b. RE BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
County Telegraph, a newspaper of' William M. Logue, and Norma Jean seen at Stark. City Hall. may Auditorium Renovation BID NUMBER DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
hove filed with the 7-0720-1 FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION
general circulation In Bradford County Logue a petition 6/1. 21chg6/25
Florida, all In conformity with Section Board of County Commissioner for Specifications and/or bid forms may BALLOT FOR COUNTY COMMITTEE MEMBER
166.041, Florida Statutes, and Bradford County Florida requesting the oxamined at the Bradford County
School 582 North State Florida Countyles( ) ALACHUA/FLORIDA
to and disclaim Board Temple
WHEREAS, It appears to this County county r.nounc. any
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Commission that the portion of the said right of tho county and the public In and Av.nu. Starke. Florida 32091 and may Candldates
street above described has n.v.r b..n to tho following) MIDDLE JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT OF DIVISION FLORIDA b.obtained at that same'location for S30 W. D. Pope, Jr. / /

used or opened to the public for the way In Section 30 of Township 5 South nonrefundabla deposit.Bid Stanley H. Griff. Jr. / /
of Ingress and to or from Rango 22 East. All of Lots 28, 29, 30. 37. Court No. 8760ClvJ.16 security In the form of a Bid Bond
egress any UNITED STATES OF AMERICA bo executed by the Bidder and a \ I II
other property or place, and 36. 44. 53. 60, and 61 of WOODLAWN may '
WHEREAS, It appears that petitioners, p.r plat In Plat Book 1 at page 17. Brad Plaintiff qualified .ur.ty or a certified or 1
ford County Florida. VS. cashlor check on any national or stato ONLY VOTE FOR 1 CANDIDATE
DEBORAH J. and
BRAMMER by on ALSO MARTIN R. RICKS and bank 'In the amount specified In the -............................-.............-..........................-.....-.-.........-...........
behalf of herself and WILLIAM E. BRAM
KATHLEEN B. RICKS specifications made payable to tho Brad Pleaso detach this notice .before ballot
MER, Includ. all of the persons owning 'In Section 31 of Township 5 South. voting
22 East. All of Lot 4 5 19 ford County School' Board must accompany
property abutting the portion of said Rang. 2021.
street above described and living In Its 2$. 29, and 30; and that portion of Lot 11 Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE aach bid as guarantoe that tha Bidder VOTER CERTIFICATION STATEMENT *

.. vicinity and lying South of the road; and all of Lot 12. Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto will after not opening withdraw tha from bids.tho In the competition event Subpart W of Part 2054 of Title 7, Cod. of Federal Regulation requires that all

WHEREAS It appears that petitioners axcapt that portion lying In tho fork of a Final Judgment .nt.r.d on May 21, the contract Is awarded to tha Bidder he voters for FmHA county or area committee elections meet the following eligibility

DEBORAH J. BRAMMER, by and on tho thereof road In Plat. 'In Book WOODLAWN 1 17 p.r plat 1987 by tha above entitled Court In the will within ten ((10)) day after receiving requirements: (a) bo farmers; (b) derive the principal part of their Income from
at public
behalf of herself and WILLIAM E. BRAM record of Bradford pag., Florida. above stylad causa tho undersigned same, execute the contract and furnish farming (that Is, mar. than 50 percent of their grass Income must come from

MER own the property abutting sold YOU ARE FURTHER County NOTIFIED that tho United Statet Marshal or any of his duly the required bond falling which the agricultural production); (c) have their principal farming operation within tho.
described portion of sold unused street Petitioner will request the passage of a authorized deputies will sell the proper security shall become the property of county or area for which tho olectton is being held.

and that therefore the portions of sold resolution by the Board of County Commissioners ty situate In Bradford County, Florida tha Owner as liquidated damages. By submitting this ballot I attest that I meet the criteria to voto.
afor.d..crlb.d street should by this at Its regularly' scheduled' described as: All bids must be mad. on tho ap H'UltthgWEIL .

Board b. quit-claim.d to DEBORAH J. meeting on 6 July "17. Let 33, Knights Subdivision, as per plat o .
BRAMMER, by and on behalf of herself PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCOR thereof recorded In Plot Book 3, Page 54
and WILLIAM E. BRAMMER, and of tho records of Bradford
DINGLY. public County
WUEREAS, the County Commission 6/25 2tchg 7/2 Florida,
believes that It would be In the best Interest IF NAPA OOESI'T HAVE
of the said County and Its citizens at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
to close said above described portions of
o'clock Noon on July 22 1987 at the front
unused streets and conv.y same to the NOTICE OF PETITION FILED door entrance of the Bradford County

th.r.for.abutting prop.rty owners now, TO CLOSE HOME STREETS SITES INSECURITY Courthouse at Starka. Florida. YOUR IMPORT CAR DETER

Dated: Juno 9. 1987
the Commission
BE IT RESOLVED by County YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that
Ricord L. Cox Jr.
.
of Bradford County Florida In NORMAN J. CONTI' and LAURA CONTI
regular session assembled: his wlfo hove filed with the United States Marshal'
a petition
1, That the aforedescrlbed portion ofa for Middle District of Florida
Board of County Commissioner
platted but unused road over and Bradford County Florida, requesting the John E. Lawlor, III GIV A lilelll:

across the following-described lands county to renounce and disclaim any Assistant United States Attorney

A PARCEL of land containing 5.0 acres right of tho county and the public In and Attorney for Plaintiff _
and lying In the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of NE to tho following: 6/18..tchg7/9

V4 (Lot 2)) and partly In tha NE 1/4 of NE All of Ann Street, and that portion of Finding a filter for your U.. for you by the next business day.
1/4 of NW 1/4 (Lot 3)) of Section 21, ,
South of Lot I
Court ,
Ann lying directly UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT -
,
Township 5 South Range 22 East Bradford 6. 7, of Block 4, SECURITY HOME SITES MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA imported car or light truck I ') If not, we'll give you five dollars.is .

County. Florida; sold lots being portions p.' plat th.r.of In Plat Book 2. at pag. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Prove to how
yourself just big
as simple as dropping by / ,- \
of WOODLAWN, as p.r plot 34, public records of Bradford County Case 87-4J4-ClvJ.il f I
r.cord.d In Plat Book I. page 17, of the Florida. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA your local NAPA AUTO PARTS"J' I/J 'f1f a selection of parts for importsyou'll

Public Florida;Records said parcel of Bradford being mar.County.particularly Petitioners YOU ARE will FURTHER r.qu.sth.NOTIFIED. passage that of tho a Plaintiff, store. If the right oil filter, air l ''i 1'' find at NAPA. Come in and

COMMENCE described At tha as follows NE cornar: of sold resolution*by at tha Its Board regularly of County scheduled Commissioner TEA v.ROBERT STER J., TEASTER and PATSY A. filter or fuel filter isn't right on .l.. see if we've got your filter. Five

Lot 3 and run North *25'"" West. meeting on July "17. Defendants. the shelf right now we'll have it bucks says we do.

along the North.rly boundary thereof PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF ACCOR ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONThis

",3S feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly DINGLY. co.... cam to be heard upon the "I'
boundary of the RIght-of-Way of a 61252tchg 7/2 verified motion of Plaintiff for an Ord.r

County Graded Road; th.nc. South of Service by Publication and It appearing
0'30'05 West along sold Easterly boundary that this action has boon brought for
208.71 f..t to an Iron pIp. for 'INVITATION TO BID, tho enforcement of a lion against real

Polnt-of-Beglnnlng. From Polnt-of- Sealed, Bid ara being accepted for property sltuatad In Bradford County iib NAPA Air filters NAPA Oil filters i
Beglnnlng thus described continue on. (1)) Two Ton Truck Cab and Chassis within the Middle' District of Florida and I Ij

South 0'30'OS" West, along said Easterly delivered to th. City of lto.... PurchasIng described as follows NAPA Filters have 33% more Some vehicles require an oil and filter

boundary 404.70 f..t to an Iron pip. on Deportment. Lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision at p.r : ffi to trap dirt better and change every 4 months or 2000 miles. 1JIAPA
of Private Grad.d bo paper
tho Northerly .dg. a Specification may soon 'In City plot thereof recorded In PlatjgoJt 3,
Road (back of ditch); th.nc. South Clerk Office at City Hall. pails of the public records Bradford j -:. s. improve performance. Check your owners manual. '

8630'31" East along sold North.rly.dg. All bid must ... received. 'In th* City County Florida

of Private Road 521.79 feet to an Hall. City of Sto.... prior to 7:30 p.m. and It further appearing that Defendant \
Iron pIp.: th.nc. North 030'05"Eost. Tuesday July 7. 1917 to be considered. Robert J. Teaiter and Patsy A. Teastor :
parallel with aforesaid Easterly boun Th.City CommissionCity cannot be served within tho State of 5599L$499; h:
dory 431.26 f..t to an Iron pipe; thence of lto.....Florida1Byl Florida; that It Is not practicable to serve
North '25'33" West parallel' with Noll L.Tucker them personally and sold Defendants

alorosald North.rly boundary. 521.08 City Clerk have not voluntarily appeared herein HIs
feet to the Polnt-of-Beglnnlng.' 4/H 2tchg 7/2 therefore
b. and the some .Is h.r.by vacated, ORDERED* follow:

abandoned, 'discontinued and closed NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1. Defendants Robert J. Toaster and I!
and any right of tho County and the REGISTER Patsy A. Toaster shall appear In this

public and to the land lying within the ,)i FICTITIOUS NAME cause and plead' to tho complaint filed
confines of sold parcel be and tha same herein before In
Pursuant to Section $865.0. Florida on or July 27. 187. or
or. h.r.by renounced and disclaimed. Statute, notice' I I. hereby given that the default thereof the Court shall proceedto
2. That the action of tha County Commit undersigned. Sandra E. Crawford. Route Judgment In this cause to the extent

.n h.r.ln b. noted by the Clerk of 1. Box 753. Starke. 32091.. sole owner, provided for by Sactlon 1655. Title/ 2..
the Circuit Court across tho portion of doing business under the firm name of F United State Cad, a* If sold Defendants va
said .tree!affected and further that this' S Collection Service Rt. 1. Box 753 had boon served with process
Resolution, and the various legal notices Stark. FL 3201.Intends to register said within the Stata of Florida. p SENtE: :
11 ment thereto b. recorded In tho deed fictitious name under tho aforesaid 2. this order be published In a

r.cords of said County as provided by, .totu.. newspaper of general) circulation In .

law. Doted this 1st day of Jun. A.D. 1917 Bradford County. Florida not ,let than VOLVO I
>. That notice of the adoption shall bo In Bradford County. onc. each week for six consecutive I
published ono time within thirty day o/44tpd6/2S weeks prior to tho return data
from, date hereof In the Bradford County horolnabov designated. :c: I

Telegraph.' DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville. ;. i
I
4. That said' portion of said street as NOTICE OP AUCTION Florida, this 1st day of Jun., 1987. )1. ,

heroin described and closed be conveyed NOTICE hereby given that on Mon. HARVEY E.SCHLESINGER .
fA
by quit-claim' deed to tho abutting day... Juno at. 187. at lOtOO o'clock UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE -
property owners ,In the manner provided A.M. th* undersigned GatorFralghtway 6/18 6tchg 7/23 .
by law said co..v.to be ...oeutadby *. Inc.. will sell at public auction L
the Chairman of th* Board of County for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson INVITATION TO liD mazmI
Commissioner' and tf>. Clark on kehoHof ville. PI.*.. 3220$. one lot of window Th. City of Starko Community 1

this c-I...... I I8RAMMIR part consigned to Bill Able. Panama City Development Office will receive reblds,
I. That delivery of th. ClJuJtoc..IIIt( deed ...., on* 'lot of wooden materials for tho clearance of th. following lot .
.crlbad I..tho paraoreph proc..n.Ita consigned to Bill Able, Panama City Lot 2 of Block 11 In Livingston Trubyt I .
....... and 11Io111'041 to DEBORAH J. ...., an* lot of fll. coat* kd consigned to and Company Subdivision' of NE 1/4 of
and. WILLIAM I. UAMMI' Steel Hector Davis' Tellahessee. ...., NE 1/4, Section 25. Township 6 South.
convoying Ih. horl. daac.... oortkH.A one lot of wooden tabla consigned to Rango 22 East. FOR THE LOCATION OF THE NEAREST NAPA AUTO PARTS STORE, CALL 1-800-LET-NAPA.

|low' M Folwhand" Furniture Co.. Panama CIty. THE STRUCTURE LOCATED AT 830 IM
*. That certified copy *f the Resoluod. I .1.., an* lot of furniture consigned to CROSBY STREET IS THE BUILDING TO BE Stark Motor Parts
Nan ... furn'.h.lll' to .... Ow..df .... Hallo Nabor* E Bedford. Panama City CLEARED. The sit* must have all debris' '

.butting that tbprop.rty ".., to satisfy fralght and storage removed from H prior to acceptance by 155 W. Brownlee? Street Starke9646O6O Allthe.rlfZht.\\
and. do'
.
crl. .
"u..111 street h.r.ln lll charges under tha provision" of Section Tho City.In -
and u cop, haroof fir.ad apn M.. 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. order to bid. th* clearance contractor in all the right places:

.....1 ........... of thIs=-.... P..I.77734I.1711 must hold a currant City of Stark PRICES GOOD FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. Cl987 rWnnl AutonoM(tea toocotmTh. .
2-771482 dtd.3/8/87 for
Pro. license house wrecking.' In addition,

CtMnVm>M>rr| Pro. .719110 dtd. 3/2/87 th.y must also, have liability 'Insurance Lincoln_'Ie talking about here is M.00.Not ran not pennia.And certainly not the capital Nebnska 0fI'er good Juno 29-dy 12.
Pro. 14-7894 IIIt4.1/111111 and workman's compensation If between 1968 and 1986. Limit two
ANotsGILllET CUM .ppUe.bl. 1987 st parocinatmg NAPA AUTO PARTS store and applies to imported an and light truck models I
S MOWM Pro. 14-78217 did 2/13/87 ..
4 Sea NAPA stare for detail. .
Owner be required. your
household. RgMnaon
IyI lusty Co PitO.puty .JIIItoo'ell' Oetor Frelahtway. Inc..Cantor, Bid will be received on Monday. July redemption per may
CIottI 4/18 Jtchg 4/25 4. 1917 at lot last Call Street 1 lto...., .. '




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a familiar figure on the basic stuff."
Florida sidelines of the Florida- Offense oriented Head Coach Carl
Georgia All-Star Game on TV-i this Madison of Pensacola Pine Forest
past Saturday night June 20? put in 60 offensive plays and used
Well, the coach in the background codes In place of familiar football
with arms folded across his chest terms. Local football experts say it
and chin lowered almost on his chest was obvious the Florida team did not
was Bradford's Coach David Hurse. know the formations.
"It was 10 long days of hard Defense and the kicking game
work." Coach Hurse describes the took second place, the local sports
experience. "Man it was hot." buffs say.Florida.
Practice was limited to two hours a was bigger than Georgiathe
day, that was enough Hurse allows. past two years, and still holds a
Outgunned Florida lost 27-3 and 2-1 edge in the all-star game.
had six turnovers. Twelve invited Georgia was very organized this
,r Florida players failed to show for year, including scouts on the field
-- -. various reasons. Florida missed the with Florida, which is against the
-- --- ---
Brooker Straight-A Students... 12, including two 300 pound linemen rules. Florida players wore hats in
two great defensive backs from the University of South Florida
A dozen Brooker Elementary students earned straight-A's for either Mathew Jordan. Miami, and a running back. Florida cafeteria, Georgia players did not.
the fifth or sixth six.weeks. or both. Back row: JOIee Miller, Amy Crews, MaUhugh Crosby, Saul Urrutia had three fullbacks, but no tailback. Florida players were late to events;
Front Row (I-I'): Amanda Miller, Rebecca Miller Melissa, Geer. Nadia lIardan, Julie Robinson Kelll Griffis, Wendy William. "Over-all, Georgia had better Georgia players were on time and
athletes," says Coach Hurse.The 12 the Georgia bus often left before the
no-shows could have kept Florida in Florida team bus.
the game, but still Coach Hurse Georgia was standoffish, and was
4 Elected doesn't say Florida could have won. not friendly.Georgia coaches did not
dub
to Board
of
Country Directorsby "The problem was we had to learn speak to the Florida coaches.
over 100 plays in two weeks," The players visited Disney World
Florida-bound wide receiver Epcot Wet and Wild, and other
Buster Rahn club; Wiley Clark,Merritt Williams nominees. Nominations are not An excellent steak dinner was Terence Barber of Auburndale was Orlando attractions. Curfew was
BCT Staff WriterApproximately Byron Terwillegar and Bob King. allowed from the floor, during the catered by Western Steer. quoted as saying in the June 22 11:15: p.m.There was no idle time for
100 people attended The board of directors has mne annual meeting, since absentee Following the dinner, Hazen told Florida Times-Union. Barber was players or coaches,Hurse says.USF
the annual meeting of the Starke members.The ballots would then be incomplete.Prior members that re will not succeed Florida's MVP with seven catchesfor dorms were air-conditioned. USF
Golf and Country Club, and cast 59 four members elected were to the voting, Moxley ad- himself as president, although he 69 yards. "That was too many. cafeteria food was good and it was
votes for four directors to fill vacancies nominated by the Nominating Com- dressed the assembled group, say- will continue to be a director. Bylaws Our guys were confused out there. all-you-could-eat. Some players put
on the board of directors. mittee, appointed by president Jack ing the club has made good progressin provide for the outgoing president We should have gone with more on 10 pounds Coach Hurse says.
Those elected, Ruth Powell Ben Hazen. Three other candidates A.B. the past three years, under the to continue on the board for one
Moxley, Jim Womack and Aubrey Howard, Walter Prescott and guidance of president Jack Hazen. year to provide continuity.The .
McWilliams, fill vacancies createdby George Pierce were nominated by Moxley said the club is now in the board of directors elect a Festival of the Arts SetThe I
the expiring terms of Charlie members, but were turned down by "black,"and the golf course Is in ex- president trom their group each
Flynn, George Pierce and Ben Mox- the voters. cellent playing condition.During the year following the general electionin Santa Fe Community Collegeand ta Fe Community College. A total of
ley. Moxley was re-elected. The Although the club has some 240 period, the club has replaced worn- June, and there is nothing to pre- the SFCC Endowment Corporation 100 exhibit spaces are available, all
fourth vacancy was created when members, and the by-laws providefor out equipment with new tractors, vent Hazen's re- election. is sponsoring the Starke at least 10 feet wide by 8 feet deep.
Harold Bishop resigned during the absentee voting, there were no mowers and other items necessary Ben Moxley beived as vice- Festival of the Arts again this year. Application fee is $5, and the exhibi-
year to accept full time employ- absentee ballots cast. By-laws provide to maintaining a golf course. Moxley president during the year 1986-87.! The event is scheduled for Satur- tion fee is $45.
ment as club manager. The board of for nominations by individual gave Hazen credit for leadership, in and was re-elected to the board at day,October 24,9 a.m.to S p.m.,and This is a show for artists and not a
directors did not exercise its optionto members, but nominations are closed accomplishing the long needed im- the annual meeting. Moxley has Sunday, October 25, 1-5 p.m. show for commercialism or dealers.
name anyone to replace Bishop. several days prior to the annual provements. The membership indicated been on the board of directors for The festival held in the historic Any on-site work must have prior
Holdover directors are Jack meeting, in order that absentee its concurrence with ap more than 20 consecutive years and district of downtown Starke adja approval. The show will not exceed
Hazen, three year president of the ballots will carry the names of all plause. has served as president cent to the Starke Center of the San- 100 competetive artists.



I County Budget... TERWILLEGAR MOTORS'


park, Larimer said he really needs
(from Page IA)
the money year. Without the county
is for $72,115, up $3,435 over what fund the Association can't may the
was funded, and the same amount move, he said. Larimer said ne'd JULY 4thARECRACKERT
requested last year.A asking the city for the same amount.
difference of some$151,000 must
be made up by the Guidance Clinic Solid Waste...
staff which earns fees from In- A combined budget of$455,366 for
surance companies and individualsfor zoning, solid waste, and mosquito
services rendered.Dr. control was presented by Supervisor
Lennon pointed out his Darrell O'Neal.
medical malpractice insurance The three budgets are: $74,038 for
premiums are up to$50,000 per year, zoning, $206,507 for solid waste, and
an increase from$38,000 this year. $174,821 for mosquito control.In .
all, the solid waste program will
County Library... cost about$300,000 next year,O'Neal
In presenting a $95,056 budget, said. It is the first realistic budgetfor
Librarian Arnold Weeks said he is that program.
asking for an increase of some O'Neal broached an increase in
$6,000, including $3,000 in salaries zoning fees, saying it cost the zoning 1

and $2,000 for books. office an average of$58 to process a Come in today and drive a new car on your 4th of July holiday trip.
reclassification in the
Average cost of a hard cover book request county -
for the library is $31, Weeks said. and $78 in the city which requires
CPA Pat Farnsworth,who is alsoa more notification. America'sBest
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member of the board of directorsof O'Neal, said the zoning office
Santa Fe Community College, should pay its own way. New Car
asked Weeks why the J13.000 from Attending the budget meeting
SFCC is not included in his budget. despite doctor's orders to stay flat
Weeks said he didn't know he was on his back for two weeks with a
supposed to include it, and didn't back problem, O'Neal said "If the
know if the SFCC funds would be back doesn't kill me, I guess this
continuing. Farnsworth said the budget will."
SFCC funds should propert be partof The commission is planning on
the budget now, rather than an solid waste assessment to cover the
amendment at the end of the year. greatly increasing solid waste costs.
3-4 Doors
The Handicapped... llomemaker Program...
Director Bob Larimer of the An $8,617 Bradford Homemaker t 4 Station WagonsIn
Association of Bradford Retarded Program request for $8,617 is the Stock
Citizens asked the county for an In- same amount budgeted in 86-87. The
crease of$22,500. program goes into homes of the
With the Association planning a elderly to clean up and take them to
new building in the Starke industrial the doctor and grocery stores. 1988 Lincoln Town Car "Carfier"New



I City Zoning... interior with; Dual leather exhaust -


Automatic

(from page!.\) plant dustrial from park.Edwards Road to the in- Load LevellingList

professional to Community Com- The industrial park, with its en-
mercial District,B-2.Buildings have trance off SR-100 South, contains HJMiinrri
been removed from the property, 51.6 acres,zoned Industrial I.The ci- '
and commercial structures are ex- ty agreed to the Ind.-I zoning to appease 28,082
pected to be erected across from the nearby residents, who were Disc. 3.082
new Winn-Dixie Store. concerned with noise and other 4q

pollutants by heavy industry, with 25.OOO
SR-16 West Density... the understanding that requests for
Guy and Julia Forsythe are requesting rezoning to Ind.-II would be on a
an increase in allowable parcel by parcel basis.
density of residences on 11.6 acres Members of the Development Victoria
adjacent to, and on the east side of Authority were not eager to have the '87 Ford Club Wagon t 1987 Crown
SR-16W which runs in a northerly concrete plant in the park, until [2))
direction at that point,and just north several members of the authority Station Wagon
of Evergreen Street. visited a modern plant, owned by Chairs
The land Is presently zoned RIA, Florida Rock, in Palatka. They Quad. Capt. 2 New LX W/Leather Squire Loaded; 1 Used '86
meaning each residential lot must found the new plant,prototype of the Dual Air Cond.
contain at least 15,000 sq. ft., or less one to be built in Starke, creates no Trailer Towing Pkg. --- --
than three lots to the acre. The request dust, and has a noise level lower -
to rezone to RIB will reduce than the trains, which run adjacentto '
Full eeoadldi 1987 Aerostar
minimum lot size to 10,000 sq. ft. to the park boundary. The membersof Wagon
the acre, or slightly more than four the authority are now advocatesfor "-" 6 Cyl., Auto Overdrive
lots to the acre,if approved.An acre the move by the concrete com-
contains 43,560 sq. ft. pany.At. Air, Stereo
A petition is being circulated by present, the concrete plant is BRAND
area residents in opposition! to the incompatible with its neighbors,
rezoning. creating dust and noise in its 30 year List '2O.388.OO NEW! -
old plant.The move will open up additional -
Cement Plant Move.. sites for retail stores and/or Disc. 727.0O 334.00
," Bradford County Development professional offices,more In keeping '19,661.00 List'1 Q34.OO12.30O.OO
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Authority is seeking to rezone approximately with surrounding operations. Disc. *
five acres in the In- The Development Authority has Terwlllegar .
dustrial park from Industrial to In- contacted several nearby property Disc. '2011.00
dustrial II, to accomodate the mov owners, without finding any opposition '
lag of the Florida Rock's concrete to the proposed request. Drive Out 17.630 .
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\ Plus tax, tag, 6 year 6O.OOO mile warranty.
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Mrs. Natalie Thornton told The "
Telegraph that she did not attend the
Feb. 3 city council meeting to request -
the closing of Pat Ray Street, "ID' Terwillegar Meters

and either The has open Telegraph no or interest closed.regrets in the including street, ''II


her name among those attending the Hwy. 100 i US 301 Stark 964-7200

i ,1 meeting. -The Editor Ktyttont 473-FMD CalnwlHa 3771096I'

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Staff Writer and domestic cheeses cut to order;a
Sales have been brisk at the new health food and nutrition depart- 1 1, '
Winn-Dixie Marketplace on Madison ment; a complete delicatessen and
Street since its grand opening last bakery; a floral department featur-
Thursday, reports Store Manager ing fresh cut flowers; a full service lnw ')
Danny Johnson. pharmacy, and a full service Com- i s.n .
Business has been "real good, munity State Bank branch bank with
especially in the specialty shops automatic teller. + f
such as the fresh seafood bar, the Nearly twice the size of the other
flower shop, the bulk foods, and the store, the Marketplace is one of
fountain fresh soft drink bar,"says eight new W-D super stores. One
Johnson. opened in Lake City about 90 days
"We have had about a 50 per cent ago. Only seven others in the
increase in sales volume, well over Jacksonville division are of equal
20,000 customers, as compared to size; the Jacksonville division com-
16,000 per week in our other store." prises 90 stores in NE Florida and
"Customers are coming from all SE Georgia.
over," said Johnson, "Lake City, Scotty's Hardware, and Allstate
Keystone Heights,Gainesville,Lake Insurance are the only other storesto
BuUer; and even the Jacksonvillearea open so far in the revamped
around Middleburg." Starke Plaza.
"Customer comments have been There is room available for Grand Opening...
good, for the most part," said several more stores to locate in the IID' lrhlmSr_SUcu..Bay .......Daa-
opening WinD Dtale tore In Starke are, I
Attending the of the new .
grand my 7haseo.Der aeJtatnaaadl111espalL'9Wn.as.: :
Johnson"and we are real pleased center, according to Tom Andrews,
If om len 10 rigHton uie DUCK row: uuy ABdrewi.Tom Andrew.,Fete Button
with the reception we have had here partner, Belco Enterprises, owners Chuck McKeon and James Grant.
so far." of the complex.WD .-- .
The Marketplace is a 45,000 square started out in Starke in 1946 in .---- OT *' V V BV B BVV B* *iV>ttMB B B BMMVH*' -
foot establishment, measuring 225 a small building on east Call Street.In S&S Food Stores i
feet across the front, and 200 feet 1955 a new W-D building was builton Body Image Inc.TAR1
deep. It rivals a football field in size. Madison Street where Dollar Begin Miracle Network .
An entirely new concept in shoppingfor General now is. After several years Fund RaisingOn
Starke, the departmentalizedstore W-D moved to to S.Walnut where -
contains specialty shops: a The Family Dollar is now.Then W-D April 1st S&S Food Stores and &ASSESAn
bulk foods department; a prestige moved to Starke Plaza,the Andrews their employees will begin fund I |(
meat shop,with meats cut to order; property on W. Madison St., and on raising projects for the children's .
fisherman's wharf, featuring fresh to Bradford Square, when that Miracle Network Telethon. S&S is
.!!seafood; a cheese bar with foreign, center was opened. again the local sponsor.

UCHS Sponsors t Ongoing Class I Beginning July 7

Single Parent I Tuesday & Thursday 't"aesdavThursday"

Vocational TrainingThe 4:00 p.m. 6-.OO p.m

Program Single can Parent/Homemaker help change your Aerobics & BodyTomng Water Aerobics

future I FREE First Presbyterian Church &Body Toning I
Do you need vocational trainingfor Meeting Now You Must Register For
that Job you've always wanted? I Buy Super Delicious Large Pizza $25/Mo. This Crass in Advance
Are you a single parent who has Medium Size Pizza
and Get
custody or joint custody of a minor I 25/Mo. .
child (under 18) or are you a W/Two Toppings FREE With Coupon
homemaker in need of vocational
training or retraining to help you
I enter the job market? First Choice PizzaAcross
Would you like to attend Lake City Body T1r.r.I c., Ike.
! Community College, Bradford- from Kentucky Fried Chicken
, Union Vocational Technical Center, 301 Starke, FloridaGlenda's 472-3784-lli; hw..2: ] Aawtht7:3.71 :.w111try4l.ae. .-:3-U06o
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vocational Mulls in areas such asr -
Automotive mechanics, bookkeeping -
brick and block masonry,
business,clerical science,computer
science, corrections, cosmetology.Call .
today for information. Your
future might depend on it. Union Shear Design
County High School, Single
Parent/Homemaker Program, Sidewalk Sale Friday & Saturday

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Year Anniversary in Stenrike. Tfcey extend

Pinehurst Variety Store their warmest ;"h.-a Hf. .a to all the fine /

Fabric Shop customerswho haste patronized their ser- j

25 % Off All Fabric vice center. For? -malrfTrngg, their business so

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I FSPNames :Employee-Co' of The Year !f: Lou-Ann Located off Azalea 100 South toward& utiiofcorry Keystone, take right Far on *

24th Avenue, follow signs or '

Call 964-7109 fc w.will assist you T eeo thru S.t. 10-9:30

by Buster HahnB matches and banquet. Bonnie's r
T Staff Writer energy, enthusiasm and natural Blueberries Are Ready .
Florida State Prison named leadership ability contribute Immeasurably
Bonita Howard for Plckln'lJPut
as employeeoftheyear to the success of all
and Sgt. Bennie Coleman as "
such
ventures.
correctional officer-of-the-year during Bonnie is married to Alvin t Your Handcraf}ed'Item

the Day.annual" "Employee Appreciation r< (Butch) Howard, Jr., and lives in H HA In Our Consignment'Shop
Lawtey The Howards have two
The Employees Appreciation day sons,ages 17 and 9. "All Nature Sings of J.tux" I
was held May 7 at the.FSP training
complex, in a day of fun food and Sgt. Bennie Coleman..
special awards
presentations. Sgt. Bennie Coleman is a native of

Bonita Howard... Columbia County, graduating from FOREMOST. ','PRICEWISECf7iULAI'
Lake City High School in 1980. He is
Bonita Green Howard the the son of the Rev. Bennie L. and
daughter of Bill and Martha Greenof Joan Coleman of Lake City. Scpyr
Lawtey, is a native of Bradford Sgt. Coleman began working with r tr combine to bring you
County graduating from BHS in corrections Sept, 11, 1980, as a CO-I,
1966. at Florida State Prison. In July, LOWER PRICES!
Bonita (Bonnie) began work in 1982, Coleman was promoted to his
corrections January 12, 1972 as a current position, CO-II (Sgt.), and
clerk typist,in the RMC typing pool. has continued in the security department
She advanced through a number of of the institution
positions, in varied departments Coleman married in 1981, and
during the next few years. Her lives with his family on prison property rw
career includes assignments as The Colemans have two I A asiIII
clerk typist, medical transcriber Honita HowardBonnie children, a son and a daughter. Coleman Jim Old I
Bennie
Canadian
clerk III,switchboard operator and Coleman was recommended for Sgt.
accounts payable clerk. Job has remained in position, the award by his superior officer,Lt deQ Beam Thompson ,Mist
assignments were in Classification and currently reports to assistant Don Bryant, who said, "Coleman is career in corrections.
(Typing Pool), Medics, Educationand superintedent Dennis T. O'Neal.In a role model for all officers to follow
Business Office.In recommending Bonnie for the He has completed basic recruit The Awards.., INsyp 1.75 ,, LTR 1.75w.
July, 1980, Bonnie transferredto award, O'Neal said, "She is a driving cross-over training for police, and The annual awards carry
Florida State Prison as a force behind the FSP pistol club. maintains certification in both law monetary compensation, and place
Secretary III, in the office of then She is the secretary of the FSP bowl- enforcement and corrections. He is a the contestants in the regional con- ., 599
assistant superintendent Richard ing league in Starke,and dealt effectively reserve deputy for the Union County test. Winners of the regional contest
Dugger. The position has since been with activities of the FSP sheriff's ottice, and holds membership compete in the state-wide correc-
re-named Secretary Specialist and employees appreciation day. She in a number of law enforcementand tional employees for correctional officer
Dugger has moved up to secretary of was active in promoting the related organizations." Coleman and employee of the month, to
.correction in Tallahassee. children's Christmas party, pistol said he expects to make a be held in July. A Seagrams



I Lake Butler FFAers Attend ConventionEight 1'C' Gordon Gin J Malibu Rum 4s Coolers


members of the Lake Butler The Junior Chapter was recognized Winner in the Electrification Essay Williams, Lisa Waters, Buddy LTR 750 49i
FFA Chapters recently returned for having the fifth place Junior Contes. Webb, David Harris, Curits Clyatt, ,
from the State FFA Convention In chapter in the State Dairy Judging Two Chapter members, David Brittany Ward,Jeff Williams,Lance i" 4
Haines City Contest, and for placing secong in Harris and Jeff Williams, served on Peacock and Kevin Kirby. j ;69 ,,679
At the convention members the state in Chapter Safety The the Convention Courtesy Corps during Four recent graduates receivedthe
elected a new slate of state FFA of- Junior chapter's safety ranking will the week, and Lisa Waters wu state FFA Associations highest
ficers, attended leadership allow it to be rated on the national re-elected to the office of District III award at the convention.Rex Bailes,
seminars, and heard motivational level in safety as wither Gold,Silver, Secretary.The Amy Driggers, Mark Thomas and
or Bronze. convention also saw the first Buddy Webb all received the State
speeches.The
highlight of the convention for Several individual members Lake Butler member ever to be Farmer degree,which is given to on- 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
the Lake Butler members was when received state-level recognition at elected to a state FFA office bring ly 'two percent of FFA member 1 mile North of Starke on US 301
both chapters received recognitionas the convention as well. Buddy Webb her term to a close. Adrian statewide. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771
two of the top 15 chapters in the was a finalist in the area of Home Williams, the daughter of Mr. and PUB & PACKAGE
state.Both the Junior and the Senior and/or Farmstead Improvement Mrs. Russell Williams, presidedover PATRICKS
chapter are new eligible for national proficiency. In addition, Shands two convention sessions, gave Keystone Heightst Oren 7 Days A Week 473-9727
ranking at either the Bronze, Silveror Howard was a State Finalist in Beef her retiring address and honoredher 100 t- 100 on Hwy 21 NorthUWa11tOah'
Gold level. In addition to these Proficiency,and David Harris was a parents and advisors as part of
awards, the Senior chapter was State Finalist in Specialty Animal her state officer duties during the ."
recognized for it's fifth place Production.For the Junion Chapter, week.In .
chapter forestry program, and for Kevin Kirby was a State Finalist in all, nine Lake Butler FFA I
having the third place chapter the Computers in Agriculture members attended the state FFA -
livestaock program in Region II. Award and was declared the State convention They were- Adrian

Kevin Kirby

For Wins EssayLake Award OPEN HOUSE

Butler Junior FFA member carpetw
Kevin Kirby walked away from the Physical Therapy Department

State FFA Convention recently withthe .
state's top award W the Eiec-1!: Bradford Hospital : :
Unification Essay Contest. 'Down payment :, '
Kevin competed with 40 other FFA Saturday, June 27, 1987 Mo Cash '
members from throughout the statein Same
writing an essay on the topic 9 am NoonIn 90 Days s. .
"Conserving Energy in the Home".
After being picked as one of the ten '. P
finalists, he travelled to the state "
convention and was interviewed by With ,
officials from Florida's Investor- Conjunction
Owned Power Companies.The interviews I
tested his knowledge to that of NATIONALPHYSICAL Remnants
the other nine finalists. After the Carpet
essays and Interviews were THERAPY WEEK ,
evaluated, Kevin was declared the
winner. i i
Kevin's essay outlined the ways I iI

that reduce the his average utility bills consumer and make could his Come See Our New DepartmentMeet 5Ji1 Room

home more energy efficient. He Your Physical Therapy Staff
discussed the proper use of high
energy use appliances such as the Jerry Fisher, P.T. Size
air conditioner, heater and hot $99 i
Rollins P.T
Bernadette ,
water heater, and methods that a ,
person could use to make more efficient Charles Lilly, P.T.A. !
use of them. From yd.
For his efforts Kevin received a Joy Irwin I
trophy,a banner and recognition on 100's to choose from
stage at the state FFA convention.The .

Florida's contest Investor-Owned is sponsored Power by We Will Be Available to Explain f Financing I II

Companies. Physical Therapy

Crawford Demonstrate Physical Therapy k AvailableRelease

Reunion To BeHeld Equipment & Techniques, I J r ---J

June 28 and Answer Your Questions

The reunion for the family of H.G. BRADFORD HOSPITAL
Crawford on Sunday, June 28 at the
Worthington Springs Community 922 East Call St. .. _
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II Cinderella Pageant Draws Good CrowdBy



catagory,Debbie Tylickzka was the runner-up and Alicia Clemons was and the third runner-up was CHAMBLEE
BCT Sun Writer overall winner,Kim Malfero was the third runnerup.In Ramona Tennant.In .
The Miss Florida Cinderella Star- first runner-up, Lori Leone was the the 13 to 16 year old bracket,the the 17 to 18 year old catagory MOBILE HOMETRANSPORT
shine beauty pageant attracted a big second runner-up and Michelle winner was Tori Clark 1 the first Kim Malfero was the winner
crowd of over 200 people when the Kersey was the third runner-up.Lori runner-up was Michelle Howard,the Michelle Kersey was first runner-
show came to Bradford County Leone was named Most Photogenic. second runner-up was Karen Rowe up.

recently, hosted by Southside .
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Saturday, June 27 at the Holiday ir' oa
Inn. It begins at 9:45 a.m.and manyof
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"The event was a tremendous success 1.979 Sq.Ft. OHIc: (904))413-3234 l CENTER ESTONTROL
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Organizer Kim Karczewski after all $79 000 Cn.v.t (904))479-1933 539 E. Coll St.
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next year." Jaime Hinman was the winner in
Winners were chosen in nine the seven to nine year old division.
catagories, according to age.
Winners in the 0 to S month old Pageant modeling winners were
catagory (littlest) were winner also named.In .
Maria Pearl Emery and runner-up the seven to nine year old 't KEYSTONE
Amanda Carter. Emery was also catagory,the winner was Krista Joy / '
named Most Photogenic.In Lord, the first runner-up was Jaime US 301 South ; 'il SR 21 llorth '
the six month old to one year Hinman and the second runnerupwas I HOURS
catagory(Baby) the third runnerupwas Synica Faye Cribbs.In v 1:307pm j
HOURS GpO si* ,
.Marian Starling, the second old
the 10 to 12 year bracket Sat.Mon. .
90x50 Mon -
runnerup was Ericka Watterson,the Magan Renaud was the winner, 8:30.7 pm
fiat runner-up. was Tabitha Saunder Shannon Wolf was the first runner- .-Sat. tQE \ mm Sun. 106XTra
and the winner was Stephanie up, Wanda Crews was second Op
Swindell. The Prince of the group Sun. 10-6
was Larry Bullock. The Photogenic
winner was Kenneth Etheridge.In .
the 2 to 3 year old Toddler
catagory the winner was Christina SNAPPERDependable
Vickery, the first runner-up was
Elizabeth Bu'.lard' the second
runner-up was Benjamin Crawford,
the third runner-pp was Daniel Man-
ning and the Prince was Kenneth OPTIONMORE
Etheridge. The Photogenic winner
was Elizabeth Bullard.In .
the four to six year old category
(Tiny) the winner was Angela Mc- FOR >
Carthy, the first runner-up was i ,s 1 1 I
Farah Martin, the second runnerupwas
Fancy TurbvmiBANANAS rrMh Whit ACT C.NFor.i. Walt.
Candice Jean Thomas and the "
third Pamela C.M. tSm Tra* .S.C. Calif. Snow Wtilto
runner-up was 22ik.\\ PEAS 59* 'II
Moorhous. The photogenic winner u.Or 4l mGRAPES PEACHES CAULIFLOWERLb. I
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the seven to nine year old I '
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i was Jaime Hinman,the first runner- I 89. )
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runner-up was Krista Lord and versatility makes SNAPPER luiitfiuiiiuuRiiaii,II? t I
the third runner-up was Synica Faye
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winner
Cribbs. The photogenic was
Jaime Hinman.In rear engine riders.
the 10 to 12 year old catagory, NORMAN'S SUPER
the winner Tammy Mobley,the first SPECIALS
runnerup was Amber Reyngaudt, AMERICA'S
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Candice Taylor The photogenic win- Fresh Full Cut With. *15M Purdtflf9 Ground
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In the 13 to 16 year old catagory I RoundSteak T-Bon orPortHx
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Michelle Howard, the first runner- &C_ Price 1.39 Lb.
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A collision at the Intersection of Pratt St.and US-301 In Starke resulted Ward received a small toad laceration and was given first aid at the Sirloin & Gravy. Smoked Sausage.. Chicken Livers. Barbecue
In minor Injuries and two disabled vehicles late Monday afternoon. scene by Paramedics Bill O'Neal and Nelson Green. He refused Chicken Lasagna. Fried Chicken Roast Beef and Meat Loaf.
A 1978 Ford northbound on Temple Ave.. driven by Robert Cameron transport.
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I Sheriff Feels They Curtailed Drugs in Bradford"What Best Steaks Around! I


is There Is a direct relation between
your department doing
about the drugs in Bradford Summary of drug Investigations from January I9S4 until drug abuse and other crimes:name-
County?" is the question he is most Jun. 1M7. ly; larceny coupled with breakingand
frequently asked, according to P.rsonscharg.d w/drug offenses 121 crack entering.down As a result of our
on street durgs the
Sheriff In order Dolph to Reddish.answer this Criminal count against those charged 207 larceny offenses have taken a nosedive -
the sheriff compiled the following question Total fines from those convicted $52.l a ,according to the report.
report, which covers the past three Convicted that have b..n to court S3 p.rc.nt The sheriff's department con-
tinues to solicit the assistance of US 301 S 9 48061DENMARK'S -
and one half years. Monies-property selxed to be used In drug
citizens in this all
important fight.
Since January 1984 there have Investigations $11.004 concluded Sheriff Reddish.
been 121 narcotic arrests made by
the Bradford County Sheriff's -
Department. (This does not include searched 125 reported sightings of in one location.
cases made by other agencies in the marijuana growing and seized 1,959 The constant surveillance of those HOT HOOVER
county. The arrests include posses plants. Equipment seized and sold areas selling crack cocaine has
sion and sale of marijuana and cocaine and monies seized from those charged eliminated much of the out of town
as well as trafficking chargesin totaled $11,004. Sheriff Reddish customers that were coming to SALE!
cocaine more than 28 grams and stated that these monies are held in Bradford County from several other
the manufacturing or growing of a special account by the county and counties to purchase the crack that HOOVER.
marijuana. dispersed to the department for the was available in large amounts until .
These 121 people were chargedwith use in drug investigations.The drug- the suppliers were arrested Convertible1" I
a total of 207 counts of violations gers own money is used against
of the Florida narcotics laws.83 percent them reducing the cost to the county "By no means do we intend to Cleaner withHeadlight
of those charge-were, con- in under cover drug operationsfor believe that we have stopped the
victed in the cases that have already equipment and purchasing of the possession and sale of all illegal g
-btaen disposed. l. ( t"rsrr\' \ --illegal drugs'order to make cases> V 'drugs in the county but the efforts of AN MM 11!tamM with.rtpPowvrtul
'In the disposition 6f'at.b t-3 tf-e" ''against the dealers. this department has drastically S.O Amp motor
these cases which are still pending All: of this has had an impact on the reduced this problem" said Sheriff -I epHd
in court$52,164 was assessed by the quanity of illegal drugs in the coun- Reddish. 0 'IS qt.dltpeMbta tefl4imNlan
courts as fines and a total of 48 yearsin ty. The air surveillance has The department will continue its IoGaduLlb1dWSUI nig MaohmtnlOflGBfliUltQ
the Department of Corrections as eliminated the growing of hundredsof effort against the illegal drugs in the *
well as 83 years probation were plants in one area and sent the county said Reddish.At this time 30
given to those convicted.In marijuana farmers deeper into the cases are pending in court for S
addition to the above On Brad- woods where they have reduced the disposition and other undercover
ford County Sheriff's Department number of plants to a dozen or more operations are being earned out. -s.--.r

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celebration of Americana In song r
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yr ur. the delight of the large crowd.

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Union V Samnm;: was released after afljwa transported to Bradford Hospital by trol. The brakes were locked, caus-
c......: surety bond was posted for the Rescue 61 June 19 after their car ing the Chevy to slid, leaving the SAWYER
Cuiurv-t appear charge and a $210 struck two mad boxes and hit a tree, roadway before coming to rest at a
.&.Nu.--.rly 4SD surety bond for the local charge of according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. tree, said Trooper Roberts.
Itfjtittts Have _Itara Bwcomcevditimmighaut OWLS. Crawford received slight abra- Estimated damaged was $4,000.
DnnmCmCy cttirmgttM' sions and lacerations about the

cwt wedC_. aanadn W b Car Hits Tree head. Andrews complained of lower Oi J
JaayWthd back pain according to Paramedics I
.&utb IrUod arc awl"- BjgmgDO 2 Taken to Hospital Bill O'Neal and Nelson Green. Both Coming
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endratra CtHnHBEEdlDDttiv 'IRUI1 women were treated and released.
FJomda DauiM hwy ed Lsw+ Emfu..mt. Two women suffered minor in Crawford,driving a 1986 Chevroletwas
...M IIIbsIbDlr mwdeeps. awa juries following a Friday: accident westbound on CR-16, overtookan
ekaleW ... ..... county: west Mora of Startle Lisa on Crawford SR-I6. of unknown vehicle and when she attempted MONDA Y
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nth r ml plteac Clietiettmnneqtlmm : You will learn what the Bible teaches about Divine Healing. u.

IJIIaIm; --I ma I For Example: 1. "Is it God's will to heal?" j$9

CIIaI aloaesatshsaetteenamv&atmtteEaimptmMsad;F m-! ;! 2. "Is God the author of sickness and disease?" ..

--'I".t___._Ii C 3. "Will God heal me?"

I,, 4. "How can I receive healing from God?" From one room to whale house

.There will be prayer for the sick in every service. cooHng Sawyer to your

W6I.e11dA If!you, or someone you know are in need of healing, or you would lust like to study 'the subject of

A II4ymaaSE t lIh..vn-.. _Ibatea Divine Healing we invite you to attend this first annual Healing School. Come hear the Word of ACHEADQUARTERS
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Ml AMI FMI runes new nre*. look HeolrhtoM. Levi Las Camp Beverly F.A.C.T.S.. Coral Springs FL .
I-800.346.4962 for fr.. brochure lean Rd looocr.e..dgo.IoIIH.1D.- 547,500
and! iw. grear Below .loan value Hills. St.Michole. Chau, Outback Red 33075-8843. Call 305-755-8787. Icon
87-251 od0inmg3 66 ocros_rvwdaiM* 512000
Genosi 87-246 |
san.w. T85X 25 f Forenia Organically Grown
a. tpd
fTW 0VT notor. totally restored.00ai aver :2OOO other. Or $13.99 On. PriceDesigner. APACHEE POP-UP CAMPER all BlandingStrot 4 Br..2 BA.lifco_....... 50.500

.. -.. 3Z4<<. a>25lrcho: ; Multi-tier pricing discount or fiberglass., Sleeps 8, excellent condi Now Rivor Aroa- ..31 aero*.3/2 MH. VTtOS.......peal S.s..ClOO
MO sXMM TAKE OVER PAYMENTS family hoo .to.. Retail prices tion. Coll after 430: 4311160. 6/25 LOST/FOUND Brooks-3/2brick and&_.Shady Oafc Stfc.._... $4000

m*Dodge Ram I>>; 964982 after 6 unbelievable for quality shoes normally Itchg Crosby Lak.and canal .MH-cm..las $42000s
Bum >> rrp<*! priced from $19 To $80. Ov.r 250 STARCRAFT POP-UP CAMPER sleeps 6. FOUND. WALKER HOUND Hamptonarea. AHong Dairy ltd, 2.25ocr.3/10.0I/A 40.ooo

Vm WW BUS. AM. FM._eo. looks. and b.nd.26OO style. $14.BOO to $26.900: Must see to appreciate. $500. Call Nome on collar, Leland( Wood. Laura St. 3/1 C8 f.-d yard walkisg. "'- S 35300

nuns good) ,... ua> For factory art. (no tov.ntoeyraining, fixtures, grand 782.3120.6/25 Itpd ph. 7823866. 6/25 I Itchg: Orong and Pratt.2/1 fame S25.COO
.ampns.ar. $IJI'J5' > firm, Ph. 4681853. opening, airfare, etc. Can op.n 15 Hampton large old frott**"-'-.-..- SIJQOO
6751Vd day. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8884228. Itpd

6/25 R ....1.011..,..
YARD SALES LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor- I _., ;5 .are a/ Country Club Erta M. 3..Ion 7500
thAmerican Van line needs
owner/operators I If you need training 9500S

SoINIU Everydayexcept"Sunday. IO5.JJCK ... will train you. You will operate Luke Villoo.. 2...'. 5.500
( POf Usd Furniture and your own tractor. If you don't have
ante.inerrrsv Crosby Lake lot 22 Make OHor S 17 000
Across me*rreef from Powell'* one, norfhAmericon offers a tractor Washington and 0-.,.2 .lo** S .ooo!
.... purchase program that can get you -7
No.
Dairy reeze an 30 Dining i 15
started for Initial investment of + Winding Troo-Lo'246.Fbrd.Fraaa S .OOOKmgslay
an
fttaie* A chair .sofa & chair sers.dtanes s
$1500. If you are 21 or ov.r and think 4' siitf
ping pong table*. bike*. toy*. ,
I lewd,}. Jmhmgdl sue Refrigerator you may qualify w.'d like. to send youa ac- ,
Rd. 100 East 1.37oos S 7.000
complete information package. Call
$7i Cam brow around
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you. may any weekday. : TOLL FREE Lowtoy 5 acres 105th A... S 13000
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see ... ..t..n" you |ur con r do
1-800-343-2191. ask for dept 97. Icon Rd. 16 W and Crawford*. -7 acres S 13 000
vMiKaun Ask for Opal or JACK POT Used -
Juron,....... ft, TJ tfnOowA | > '".254 Oklowoho Raver3 boauttf!was S 15.000
orrrs W... Fmar day Graham-146 ocr_-ck' arod SltvtSOS2&000
EUWtrTHING$ ii* store will be 3O cant ANIMALS w r Rd 100 E -12 w.* plus f..pond
Monday JUne 2V. thru Friday. July 3. Flume Rd. -9 ocr_joins Country.. S 491000S
Came grab>the bargain ft35 Irchgwaoo : FOR SALE Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT Rd. 16E-9 aero*.2_lis.3 saphc lank* 45,000

WOOMING SHOP SELL our Primitive Baptist Church: .... 20.14 aero*.3.....
Haall* and! supplie everything must PONY Pretty 2 yr. old filly. Child's pony. 2 optic:tanks 2 poles ow.arrssa.-- $5O0DOS
Bought from fable.. White and brown ERA FAULKNER REALTY INC.
got 71111 t vvaaningtorn Saturday. June Or will split, each: 27.000
27 a 2>m ft.33.lnxtMJJCC Pinto coloring. Good disposition and .2 Blks S. SR. 100 Brownl_Rd. .36.43 aero-_. .. S oX332S2S0000
form. Located 301
S2SO will trade for boat of
or Hwy
YARD SALE 301 South to Gfo..... Boyles Hwy SO ocr...Liao..........k.'.
equal vol.... 782.3872 after 6 .... tfnlh
Gas mnv am 23T' rod mail boa. Sot A TWO RUNNING WALKER fox p.and deerhound n 5 221 W. Lafayette Street Hampton 438: ocr_.This proporty has_".... $430000
Sun semis truck.. part, *tov..
*. $100 each Several 13 w..k ALmlfr.ra
rah"gwvnx aw 6.251tpd old pupp'... $50 each.: Ph. 4851317. CTl Pauline Randolph l646V3

tpd 6/25 John Longford.M__ArPr-- 498-2291
HOMESFOR AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIES $100 each. : 964-5069 IB Anne Terwilleger...._ 4737S4I47S2SI7
SALE Tads cut, dew claw r.moved. Parents Randy Cory
on pr.misas.496-3688.6/25 tchg
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KOUNTRYSIOE KENNELS. 9644982. I REALTOR

3 ME, Z ..* MICIC VENEER NOME with year Peke-o-poo. partially color $75 a I REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS

...._. and garaa an S acr*. doll 2 year pure bred German Shop- I Faulkner
L. '
Iron 645142964S420
11.11..11 homo. Unimd Roalty. of card. $73 beautiful I for stud AKC S -

_5nD1t&.964.6u?a.473.3621. Raducod Cecker Spaniel black. $75 or $50 X Lucille Spry .<
f6a508r.3.76: the L< ".O.L: AKC Golden Retriever, $75 or Bobby Biggs 964.7331 ill + Remodeling and Repairs
2 IMC I*.wean:J car garaaa- Parfact for $50 & P.O.L 6/25 Itpd I AddrtiawS
:i *Room ...,.......n
naflpvdl caupla-. Easy walking distance "J
.. *R-Raofing *Electrical .. +in
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to now snapping: cantor $29.999 Call LAND FOR SALELOT CHERRY STREET 3 BR, 1 BA Frame, under 20000. l''
96415601, 63Q: ton37ACRfFA4MIsnc.d .Free Estimates*
ft cr....fancod.3 *COUNTRY LIVING Large CB home, fenced yard, room for __. TLongnecker's
; Coll Fred Stafford 485.1952"
SJ( D' ", BA from ham north of IN CITY: 6000. Call 964-5744.; after horses. pr --

iawrav. .1'15. Must 100 la approciato.CalN4(7X3334L 5. coil 9645251. 3/07 tfn LAWTEY AREA Frame with 3 BR, 1 '/ BA on :2 acres. REDUC
( R. .! lavam .....ty. 6/1S 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will, divide
:Jo NlllWIIICIIE. M_Board and batianwinV 9644537. 5/14 TFchg NICE BUILDING SITE Approximately 35 acres wooded. Will FarmBLUEBERRIES

.back 2 BIT. 2 BA. CHSA. large TWO NICE HIGH LOTS No. 45-46 on divide. 01

6ra.eporrlsaumlook.ng.Pockd. .lak..I Sampson lake. Ready to u... Ph. *2 STORY CEDAR AND BRICK Large 4 BR, :2'/ BA home on 37 ,
*....... Ciiwtonp.......fcitchon ccwmoi 468.2897.6/25 2tpd 12COMMERCIAL
amtvamnasv Hurry. bafer*July' I tax**. acres with Game Room & Barn. UPkfc or Picked

SamaMnitako-tHCinity. Call 431-1776 orHMKJC8S 1984 CATALINA DOUBLE WIDE MH fenced on more than 1 | 468-2483farm( ) 475-1 151(home) 473-2702 ,

(oriola-byawnar.. ...1. 2lpd PROPERTY acre. REDUCED.
I Open Moo-Sat 8-6 Sun 2:30-6:30
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625 *WOODED small lot In Starke for home.
RENT/LEASE/SALE Earleton Florida mil East of US 301
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*HWY 301 Large 4 BR, 3 BA CB home with acreage. Owner i L 4y.n.a
SCHOOLS .. 1.7 mile North of SB 26 an CK 1469 2.
PO*LEASE .OOO sq. H., 301 South.next financing. .. -- .. .n. 'I-.IL
to United Realty 9648848. 964-8447. CHURCH STREET Frame on nice lot. CH&A In $30.000'.

liRN IMNCK TIAIMIM&.iam Kg lwk.Disk. .- or _... -3671. 4/16 tfnchg *CRYSTAL LAKE Waterfront Beautiful view from this large 3

.. Big. TnIdoa" DOT Carfflcotiaa.Iaca1 level home. Many extras. Call for appointment to see. . . .
and Nadmnal .lob Placers.Aawswes. _,'
Carr..perrd.ris ........, IN TOWN Nice 3 BR, 1 '/ BA Brick Veneer Low $40.0OO'.

......... UlgiW. ImMtunan far Finan. PLAY AT HOME Tennis swimming *GOLFVIEW Nice Building Lots. : Accelerated Inc.

Wit And Cuunuiitaai Slwdanf loan. and a sauna all on your own proper. *MARKET ROAD Remodeled Stucco Home 3 BR, 1 BA, Under Realty,
Call 1-80<2S3-.T45>. Unitad Truck ty. ThIs 4 ..... 4 bath homo has all 40000.
Mars Rvwavn* Training Tampa.Raddau IM. S morel Located creekoverlooking
on a
Ham Offfeac> Oaufwutar, *LAWTEY AREA Mobile Home and 37 acres, some pasture, 964-4544
N,. 3 fairway at Starke
ntaridav(ban P-'J59 Golf 5 Country Club. 135500. some wooded, with 2 large stocked fish ponds. a ru

*30I NORTH 1 '/. Acre highway frontage, also 8.6 acre with
PftlCI SLABHIOII Three Bed, 2 bath
.. :2 nanw. with nice timber. LI3
4SZ M> AC. fARM. wary home overlooking Sampson lake 500' highway frontage
itama>stills. uatiin .-. .....-CMO8ILC .. HAMPTON OAKS Nice wooded building lot J08''-
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with appro 1500 sq. ft. of wraparound 1520 S.W.....Street

: HOME PARK in Ocolo. porch. Over 2200 sq. ft. *CONERLY ESTATES Immaculate 3 BR, :2 BA Brick veneer on 1 (Hwy 301 s-ttI
( heated and cooled. Garden tub In
,...... and) 2 macula incJudad.SV9JHOQOL acre. Many extras. Assumable mortgage. s...... ,.."....
both bath Wo' S1JO.OOO Then HIGHWAY 16 EAST Almost New 3,000 square foot commercial
$119.000 NOW $1100001 CALL TODAY WAYNE E. DOUGLASMSADesig.
horn 5 .
f4O_ SIR 2 BA brick an building.
I_ Naw roof now floor caoorlng INtmYWEDSI ...... -
>PAST HOSPITAL Building lot with well & septic.

and!mm.-..S75.9OOLffdl A perfect starter home Homes Lots Acaw..f......
lots.
........ howdy 2 .....-- ham far someone who....* the feature *WATERFRONT Building
_>IHalVBali. Aim.*...., Application of e more) expensive home at Vi the *LAURA STREET 3 BR, :2 BA, c/b. Central H & A. Forms C..RieI

f-......1III -. price. W/W carpet CILIA screened DEERWOOD SUBDIVISION Lovely 3 BR, 2 BA with sunken .HANDYMAN SI'ECIM 2.S4ory fir. 3 S. 21. web ... S.p6c.

Cawnwaid'spa.trran'' porch carport, all on a 'A acre fenced : living room. 125.000.
s lot. Only 33500. .STUNS ROAD ca ......3BX.IHBtA.CH.Indwo .as+'-5_Well RSeek.
COUNRY CLUB Custom built cedar home with many extras. .

f Iman.Chasprw'llick.. UNWIND IN STYLE Relax on the porch Equipped kitchen. Spiral stairs, extra large garage. HAMMOND ROAD Frm./SPaxw Afire 4 1. 2 ...... OVA :lIAJ
OUT REALTt.rv on hi your |ocuizl. This beautiful 3
*LAWTEY 2'/i Acre Building Lots. was. Well 5 Septic
..... 2 both home ho over 1400 sq.
ft. with a fireplace, garage solar *2 STORY HOME plus 2,200 sq. ft. versatile CB building. .SRKKHOME WITH FltfltACE SU.21.1mg.lisdw.Sr83CHA .

914815053016/ water heater and a large wood decks.ookkig LAWTEY New 3 BR, IVi BA central H&A priced to sell. + Utility __.a. l __
PEACEFUL AND QUIET 4 ... 2 .& lik ...... OUA. Cal
e fenced Vi acre yard. 'Owner financing. Vacuum. Largo Krtd.n and f-'r .....w1.J.NICE

.-s.ad. TINS ATAaL. 69000. i BROWNLEE RD. Land, 1 Acre & up. LO'FENCED.O......3'".::1 BA. OVA,1336iq./t.I6nLiv-

P"L 54055 ADIOS LANDLORD 3 bedroom 2 j I. RISING ROAD 24 acres pasture, some trees and fish pond. Ing 8 Dining -.

L bath mobile home with addition i; *WESTMORELAND STREET 3 BR 1 '/. BA CB. kitchen equip- .KICK HOME IN THE COUNT-3 BR. 5% 8.OVA....... bird,,,
OtiA. w/w carpet calling fan*. s3os4a.BACNEIOR.
fireplace all on a 160 131 fenced 'ped, 5 ceiling fans, mid $30,000's. HOME C"- .s. 1 Est. 1 ..... 64.0. jr -.eDs. s Aram
JIATHEWSREALTY lot. Owner financing available. *THERESSA AREA Neat 2 BR. 1 BA, CB on 3 acres with creek & CHI A. .Inside UtIlity Boom.in 13-a..

$27,900. barn. .DOuauwtOI UU NEW 3 ... 2 BA, bra Inge Gnat bow

411 W. IadIoo AfFOtDABLI NOW Profitable later. ', *LAKE BUTLER Beautifully landscaped larg. lot with 3 SR, 2 ../FI.......... S-.ogIW...l.op.w U war

Start.FL32991 The 4 ...... 2 bath ho over :2OOO sq. BA, CB, Central H & A. .UJI PORCHES Dabbwide wko.l 5 fist ..-cto2M..

It.of living area. Home I I. located on HIGHWAY 225A 1 3/4 acres. Owner financing. W.II a Septic. on I.n oc.
.d rood S could be used for eSlNGUWIDI MOW HOME 2 ... 1 Bit Woof 5 ..-. 2% Auras
pav Rental
available.
1iI *INVESTMENT PROPERTY 7 Units. Terms $21.000.
daycare. outpatient" medical, nursing
hfrrfli us ........ ate. Owner financing' great Reported Good Income. >pPeOP'F11E3.TEN '
term, only $63.000. *MELROSE 1 Acre on Highway 26. ACRES. Bradford c-,.. U.se.... /boaP .-.

ba6 'r ........--..mcwcp16Ywdk. bad both *HIGHWAY 230 2 BR, 1 BA CB, with large fish pond. LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100.790.?r it wMwt
COTTAGE This :2 1
,
....-.Seg.sf COZY ,05.2 ACRES Noth..t Aides C.v.Pria.d b sit
Iw1.momT25c home to located In Klngsley Village Assumable mortgage. .1. ACRES South Clay COM**. twbss.i-Ago.....a S17..uD.
an e beautiful 100 x 100 lot. Only HIGHWAY 100 EAST 1 acre with well & driveway. Build or .20 ACRES NW Bradford C.. y. ear..rrdq.oMral_

ivt. ItA 15 ave.k..an $23.00O. put M.H. ...55 ACRES 5 2.16 AClFSs Near Gs.6 o. std......

-.ttc-"-..4 160.000...ed.d.6p3 473-7633 473-4816 *HIGHWAY 225 2 BR, 1 BA CB on 2 beautiful acres, furnished. .LAKE LOTS Go.byand. Saps-...-. 0.-- f.weawg
76.eras w .CITY LOTS 0. Hwy .6W. 2........fin 201.0TY .
._. .o w.o-ly$1500 acre. Ke>y.tone) Mid $30's.CONERLY ROCKS FOIl SALE N.s.di.L

14. rMVf 1'1'.. 3,. CM/A. Move.coillnfl 475-2272 O'vllle ESTATES Nice Building Lot. .HWY Sit SOUTH Two......-........G..d........Iso.-ra-

....... ..._ font. 282.1300 Jax *HIGHWAY 325 SOUTH With several building, versatile pro- .HWY 311 SOUTH m 5 .as" .em ___ ball.2JO...m.I..........
drldPs will. a sdod. ......... a' perty. COMM RDG. II CITY.,...,... IS'-... 68-hew ......

.SJI..5OaVf'I'_- BARE 111149 rAJIII Ape HIGHWAY 225 2 V acres. Owner financing -FKCENOTACYSEXVICXS-

......." JD wmsbsP WIth *HIGHWAY 16W Lovely Building lot. PUT us TO wocx FO>YOUIIII
w
-....... *EDWARDS ROAD B-3 Zoning. Fix-up building. Low $2O's.
........ for WIck
.4.06* Bt1RElI: .
CHURCH ST. 2 lots zoned multi-family.
.. .....- *
__3" 7 ItA.cH&A.: I
an I40r s3.See Arrvwc-sO 546,0I ; I HAMPTON 4 BR. 2 BA on 5 acres with born, $41.000.



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FOR RENT PERSONAL SERVICESWANT FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED CARS BOATS



MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOMI PARKS THAT'S YOUR TO DRINK BUSINESS PONY FILLY Pretty 2yr. old brown and MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW ARVSITTER WANTED for summer 19B4 FORD RANGER! 4 sp, w/topper.

Mobil. Homes and spaces for rent. white pony. Good disposition and form on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at teenager preferable, for 2 boys, ages 4 Good condition new tires $;...700.
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phon. WANT TO STOFTTHAT'S S2SO. Will trod. for boat of equal SI SO weekly Monthly or seasonal discounts. & 9. mutt be able to swim. Call after 6- 473-7919 after 6 p.m. 2tchg 6/25.7/2

964.7498.9/16 tin OURS vol.... 782.3872 after 6 p.m. tfnlH Lake Geneva Rentals. 4737679. Itchg 6/23
Alcoholics Anonymous
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as 473-2919. 4tchg 6/4-6/25. EXPERIENCE PLUMiER S PLUMBER'S
BA apt. For mor Information'call Lok. 9"' -'" 50..6219 $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Melrose area HELPERwonted.. McGIII Plumbing Co.

Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity pd thru I/IS NEWSPAPER PLATES! Aluminum. new 2BR. furnished on one acre. $225 Keystone Heights. 4732400. I tchg 6/25 FOR SALE
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free month t
Housing 6/7 tfnchg Measures 24x36" 25 cents each. Great deposit. Also 2BR. furnished CHILD CARE- on a dally basis from 9a.m.

ROOMS FOR RENTS Magnolia Hotel. $8 estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. for patching and repairs.. TELEGRAPH with porch 185. 16856634. 2tpd until 5 p.m. In my home. One child, one WHITE HORSE 18 yrs. old. Vi Arabian

p.r night. From $35 per week. Discount Owner Tommy Reddish. <85S9 tfn 135 W. Call St. 96<1-6305. 618.72HOUSE year old. Weekdays 377-2240 EvenIngs '/ Quarter alert A gentle. $500.
HANDYMAN carpentry painting, electrical FOR RENT 3BR. IttBA. off Hwy 475-1402 ask for Nikl. ..tchg6/18.7/9
offered for long.r t.rm. Apply In per.Ion. HAY FOR SALE Alicia horse quality. 4751997. 2tchg 6/25-7/2
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across complete home repair. Rolls 2500 square boles $2.50. 214, Cloy County 4 yrs old excellent CHURCH NURSERY WORKER Needednow. 12 hp CUB CADET riding mower with
Reasonable rates, licensed contractor. condition new paint, new carpet fenced rebuilt Cooler engine. Needs minor
from Post Offlc. TF D.liv.ry available Call for Information 5 hrs per week Good pay.
Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn yard. $395 per mo. 473-7272 or front pulley repair. $350. Colt
APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.wly about picking up in field. Tex Patrick. 473-7261 Itchg 6/25
FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates. 473.7694.4tchg 61879GEORGE'S 473-7901 after 6 and before 9 a.m.
d.eorat.d.v.rythingfurnlehed. Laun 7823891. 6/4 4lpd 6/25 MASTER BEAUTICIAN part-time. Wed.. p.m.
Licensed, Insured and bonded. All LAKE
Video 3BR 2BA. unfurnished Thurs. and 103.( Call ru.... Sot. Itchg 625ANTIQUE
dry facilities Included. room BLUEBERRIES U-PICK 75 cent a pound. Frl.. ,
of roofing and 4BS-1SS6' $450 month. Ask for
types repairs. per Aggie Rolin. PLAYER PIANO w/41 rolls.
available. Will acc.pt on. child no 1 mile west of Lawtey. CR 225. Coll from 8-noon 473-4826. Itchg 625MOTHER'S
374-1443 9/11 R.T. Lovorn
Realtor
or anytime. tfnchg
413.3252tchq Excellent condition. $2,000. 4737261.
pet. Palm. Apt.., 2313 N. T.mpl.Av. 782-3344 or 782-3942 tfnce
WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and MOBILE HOME 2BR 1BA. furnished HELPER for young boy. Good Itchg 6/25
... Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF BLUEBERRIES William. U-Pick In Hampton.
freezers In my shop. I buy. sell or trod. central heat ft air, screened porch summer lob for responsible teen. Mull
PINT FOREST APTS. 2 B 3 BR opt. now u.ed Opens 8 8. 7 day. Over 55 dis
496-2090. 12/25 tfn
avail. Call 9-3 Man. thru Fri. 964-6312. appliances. count. W. pick on order 468-2327 fenced yard lake access, near town 3 be good swimmer. Afternoons and
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All mokes blocks weekends 473-2367 between 3 6
1/8 6/18 from schools. Prefer ol< .r cou 4pm.
tfnchgWAREHOUSE 4tchg 7/9
STORAGE SPACI for r.nt sewing cleaned oiled machines and adjusted.for sale.$15.James Used BLUEBERRIES 80 cents per pound. Call ple. NQ PETS. 1st ft lost month rent. wvvKckiy tfncnoj YARD SALES

by the month. 9x10 to 10x20. 10x10 964-8414. Dana Shane Morgan Reddish $225 per mo. After 6 p.m. 475-5022
Strickland, Rd. and
corn.r Morgan Hwy 4tpd 625716. YARD SALE Sot.. June 27, 9:30: a.m. until -
$35 month. Call Ron Denmark 50 NOTICE
p.r Stork., 964.8733.3/19 tfnJIMMY'S cents a pound UpfCk. 6/25
16.
HOUSE FOR RENT New 4:30 550 Nightengale. A Tiffany
3/2 home for p.m.
96<1.7071. 1/15 tfnchg BLUEBERRIES. U Griffis
pick.
loop. Joe
LAWN SERVICE
10 y.ar.ser- rent 4752598. 2tpd 6/25-7/2 ceiling light and a little bit of
2 BR MH FURNISHED quiet vic.. Call for free ..tlmat... 964-4621 Foulk. 964.5678.6/18 2tpd 6/25 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted everything. 4733592. Itchg 6/25

n.lghborhood. Hwy 16, Vi mil. from ci. OR 964-6842. After 6 p.m.9 chgtfrt STAINLESS STEEL/STEAM-HOT HI. ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2 to the Lake Region Monitor office GARAGE SALE Sat., June 27. 9 a.m. .5

ty. 468.1323.2/12 tfn HOUSE CLEANER. Will clean your house. PRESSURE WASHER. To4000f; 6GMP. BR home with acre, furnished weekly in writing and paid in advance p.m., 211 Grove Street Keystone

ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 Good rates. Call m. between 6X7 Lifetime Warranty on stainless and or monthly call collect 90-4.2<16-60 unless credit is already establishedwith Heights. Furnishings for house and
BR home with 1 acre, furnishd-W..k coils. Will finance, fcan 87-249 this office
Work 96 1.6 117 732.e.eO.9
evenings. Saturdays. < < or or tfnchg body. Free box, too. Itpd 6/25
ly or monthly. Call collect 904-246-4160 964.8418.6/18 3tchg 7/2 40 FOOT semi-trailer (for storage). MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD YARD SALE Sat., June 27, 9 a.m. until ? _
.
or ..73.2..0.9 tfnchg LAWN SERVICE for residential and com- 782.3253. 6/25 Itchg MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Good bargains at low low prices. Fair
FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APART' merclal. Reasonable rates. 964-4238. BEDROOM SUITE 4 pc.. $400.; 6 drawer CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Street. Itchg 6/25

MENTS 1 12 BR unit. Call 964-7295, 6/18 4tchg 7/9 captains bed. $100: canning jars 10 THE TELEPHONE. __way_

b.tw..n 9. a.m. S 11:30: a.m. Mon., FOR PAINTING call 9645363. after 5 cents each; 2 hp rototiller $75: van win TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3BR 2 BA Classified/ deadline I. 11:00 a.m. priorto

Tu..., Thurs., A Frl. Equal Opportunity p.m. Fr. estimates, references. 6/25 dow. 16'30. $25 pair; GS 10001Suzuki 14X70 $500 down $190 per month. Thursday publication.

Housing. 4/23 tfnchg 2tpd 712MIDDLE fulldr.... S2SOO. 964-B4I7.6/25 Uncle Roy's, Ocala 3518514. 4tchg Minimum charge I. 15 words for$3.50, REAL ESTATE

TWO BEDROOM TRAILER partially furnished AGED LADY wants house work STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS degreaser ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help you then 15 cents for each word thereafter. I

on private lot In lawtey. No by the day or hour In Starke and and kettle cleaners on sole two more qualify. Several to choose from. UncleRay's 10 'A ACRE LOTS 100' wide by 200'deep 1

children. 782-3344 or 7823942. 5/21 Keystone area. References furnished.Ph. days! Order now 9644785. 6/25 Itpd DON'T,TAKE Ocala.NO 351.8514.4tchg FOR ANSWER 64625.Call the PERSONAL SERVICES $10,000 ea.. Woodland Drive

TFc. 9644082. 6/2S 2tpd 7/2 12 X 65. 2 BR. I bath mobile home in overlooking lake Brooklyn. 10 LOTS .

12 X 60 2 BR on 1 acre lot, $250 per SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER good condition central oor/hea'.5OO Ocala experts' 351.8514.4tchg at financing.64625.Uncle Roy's, Kings Rood 100' by 250'. All lots under

month. 9644238. 5/28 tfn 782-312S or best offer. Also 79 Ford Ranger with HOMES Of MERIT 4BR 28A Deluxe, PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile 1 mi. from Post OMIce. Itpd 6/25 .

BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. Advlc. on all problems of life, business, topper. Body in good condition engine 10.9 financing. $259 mo. Uncle homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free

Close to prison on Hwy 225. Coll lov.. marriage. SPECIAL this week $10 needs work Have one 351 Cleveland Roy s. Ocala.' 351.8514.4tchg per 64625. estimates Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5

68.1323.61" tfnchg readings. Confidential. 6/25 2tpd 7/2 with FMX transmission and one 351 HOMES OF MERIT 3BR. 2BA, Great tfnchg HOMES
LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT COUPLE. Nice, Windsor with C.6 trans. $1800 or best LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. I
Room. 10.9 financing. $229 Uncle
trall.r In oH.r Both be per mo. Carl The Lawn Barber. 4733590. .
large country. Compl.t.ly may seen at Shady Oaks Fr.
furnished Including utilities. Near HELP WANTED Trailer Park on 301. 9 miles south of Roy's. Ocala 351-8514. 4tchg Estimates 3/3 tfnchg HOUSE FOR SALE conveniently located ; .

Graham. $60 per week 485-1371. 6/25 Stark. last trailer on left. 6/251tpd UNCLE ROY'S. SHOP COMPARE DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck fenced yard 2BR. 2BA CHSA. spacious ,4'v

Itchg KENMORE DRYER for sale, good condition Skyline Fleetwood Peachtree, Red mounted equipment.) CAB Carpet living room dining area, large eat-In !f

14 X 60 1983. Ilk. new 2 BR, washer LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering $100. call 964.5647. 6/25 Itpd man. Peachstate. Liberty Homes of Cleaning. Call 473-7770. free estimate. kitchen fireplace, garage, extra nice ..
hookup sidewalk and nice yard. Must Pin. Car. Center. 3.11 charg. nurse, REFRIGERATOR washer ft freezer for Merit We- have it all. 3518514. 8tpd 3/1-6/25 100'xHO' lot. 473.3192.4tchg 64625.

see to appreciate. 1 child maximum full-time. PRN. LPN's n.dd. EOE. so,.. 496-2O90. 6/25 Itchg 14X70 MOBILE HOME 2BR. IBA. FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1 (U

$245 plus deposit. 961.6714.6/18 2tchg Phone 964-6220. Experienced need only TOMATOES FOR SALE: 14 pounds $5. fireplace, partially furnished on good- house out of level? Call LoRue leveling Repair), BUY DIRECT. Repos A Tax

6/25 to apply 2/12 tin After 5 p.m. call 782.3625. 6/25 Itpd sized lot central air $24.000.173.7919 S.rvlc. for all your foundation repairs. Delinquent Properties. Get the facts

12 X 60, 2 BR on 1 acre lot $250 p.r DEMONSTRATE HOUSE OF LLOYD Toys USED MOTEL CARPET 16 rolls wpad.Sev.rol after 6 p.m. 2tchg 6/25-7/2 413.7721.4tpd 6/4-6/25. today. Call (refundable).

month. 964-4238. 6/18 4tchg 7/9 and Gifts. High profit. Free kit and up- beds, dressers, some oHlc.furn.tur. FOR RENT OR SALE 3BR DW. Clay PROFESSIONAL PAINTING competitiverates. 1-518-459-3546 ext H3339A. 24 hrs 4tpd

RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 p.r month plles. Booking parties, 9642030. 3/21 .. new fiberglass shower County S21.900.rm.. FOR SALE 2BR. Openings June. July. August.Fr.r 6/18-7/9

and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Brok.r. TFchg stalls, commodes, sinks. Ricks MH Clay County $17,90O terms. estimate. Call 473-7967 or473.4828.2tpd NEAR KEYSTONE new doublewlde.
UPHOLSTERER WANTED Fully equip.. 1.659.22691khg 6/25
3BR 2BA CH/A big lot carport
Owner at 96<1.5069 or 964-4048 TF Salvage. 9645184. 6/25 Itpd 6118.6125.

MOBILE HOME LOT on part of private 3 shop 964.5587.6/11 tfnchg PALLET JACKS stock carts, rolling rocks, AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE will storage porches, $26,900.

acre homeslte, In country. 964-5410 FEDERAL STATE S CIVIL Service Jobs many.... and shapes Ricks Salvage. PETS repair install all makes. Gas, heat "Financing". 4737404. 1tpd 6/25
$16,707 to hiring.
S9.148/year now
after 7 p.m. 6/4 tfn 964.5184. 6/25 Itpd pumps, oil. electric. Call anytime -
CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext
2 BR, 1 BATH DUPLEX $250 plus ...curity.Aft. FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME motheris reasonable rates. Steve at 4752812.
F-3377 for Info. 24 Hr. 6/25
6/113tpd
5 p.m. 964-8566. 6/4 4tchg 6/25 HAY ALICIA New hay S25. old hay. full blooded Golden Retriever Itchg 625EXPERIENCE MISCELLANEOUSPACK
ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS?? Full
BY WEEK OR MONTH efficiency rooms, $10. Delivery available 7 miles west of Phone 473-3756 or 4732210. HOUSECLEANING reliable

utilities paid. AC, clean quiet. Prefer and part-time position available. Call Stark. on Rood 16 Jimmy Goskins. AKC CHOW CHOW PUPPIES 4734429. A transportation provided. Free
485.1174 for interview. 6/18 2tchg 6/25 RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible
964 8356
working people. 964-5687. 6/.. 4tchg 4lfnchg Irchg 6/25 estimates 413.3239ltchg 6/25
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for "SUMMER items and antiques. Used furniture
6/25 ALICIA HAY: Fresh cut $25 o roll. All
SMALL OFFICE SPACE available. PALS" Program at Whispering Pines, hay under barn 7 miles from Storke on HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions glassware jewelry and much more.

Care C.nter. Boys and girls ages 12 Hwy 16 toward prison 964-6167 or or complete building. 30 years Come see for yourself. One mile east
96 1.7357 before 6/4 625.APT.
< noon. floor 4tchg and up are cordially' invited to |join in 782 3727 O'4tfn Top Soil experience serving Bradford and Clay of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
FOR RENT. 1 Br, 2nd some
furniture, $135 month or $50 per week. th. fun and fulfillment of summer activities HALF PRICE) Save 5O." Best, largetlolh.ng Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tfn 173.2183.3/5 tfnchg
for the elderly So come on -
arrow S299 lighted nan
sign
964-8498. 6/11 tIn
Share time and lov. with the Fill SandLimerock
Free letters1
your arrow S289' Unlighted S249 -
HOUSE FOR RENT, 3 Br, 1 both 5 mil.
residents of Whispering Pines. For Call
south of Starke on 301. $' 00 month See locally today' Factorydirect
more information contact the Activities I-80O4230I63. anytime fcon872S3' Durrance Rump Supply
call 964-7204 or 964-4703 after 6 p.m. : .
Dept., 808 S. Colley Rd., acrossfrom Of'
6/11 tfnchg Southside EI.m.ntary School or 1000 TONING TABLES SLENDERQUESt U.S. 301 North 864 N. Tempi Ave.. Starke I
CtC MINI STORAGE Hwy. 301 South
call 964.6220. 6/18 2tchg 6/25 PASSIVE EXERCISERS. Highest' Quality
964.8840.6/11 tfnchg MANAGER TRAINEE evenings and Immediate delivery I 800 228 6292 7823172PINES Pumps Plumbing Well Drilling,
ROOMING HOUSE 3 blocks to University 4
Saturdays. Deal with public andcashiercomputer MacClean
Icon
87 257 Water Conditioners :
of Florida furnished utilities paid .
inventory. Will train 1000 SUN8EOS. SUNAL WOLFF, SAVE UP
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$145 month and up 9647100. 6/11 For Sale or Rent 964.7061"New
4tchg 7/2 with good math background. Depen TO 50% Call for FREE Color Catalogue --
dable. 964.7777.6/25 2tchg 7/2 ft Wholesale Prices Commercial ft
1 BR APT.! $175 per month. Call 964-S276
CASHIER STOCK PERSON. Full time. App Residential' Units -800.228 6292 fcan
or apply In 403 N. Walnut
person ly at Pep-O, 620 S. Walnut. 6/25 2ichg 87.256

2 Street.BR MOBILE 6/25 HOME Itchg with living room ad 7/2 MOBIL STREET SWEEPER, $4500; S transit QUALITY LIVING rmrn ITT Howe e w......

MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE t Home Nurllngopportun'tI. busses, one running. 4 for storage, *. 121 Lake Butler e PsJjstk>
|
dition. Sampson Lok. Acc.... Call I e loo A461.or
.. for RN's, LPN.. CNA & houseboat whatever. Ricks ,
or Salvoge.
96<1.8218 after 5:30 p.m. 6/25 Itchg (9O4)) 49o-23 EX PERT ADVICEON c..... sets. Roof Sjralsasse
of the SantaFe' .
nursing students as part **4-S1... 6/2 Itpd f
OFFICE ON 301 Contact Ron Denmark Po.1 IM ..._
HealthCare team. Your choice of day., FOR SALE 964.4982 Double oven. $25; 1, 2 A 3 Bedroom Home e Brick or
at 964.5516.6/25 tfn shifts ft areas. Call Wellness Personnel; dryer $20. typewriters. $25; All electric Near Hospitals, Schools, and [[ ALL OF VOURJ scWorII VIII,i rd4lnOIJIEDINO
location
3 BR, 2 BATH BRICK HOME In nice
Registry at 338.2146 for immediate opportunities all work.. 1 gal. pecan trees $1.SO State Facilities
Dalewood Subdivision 9648941. NEEDSgnr
: EOE 3/12 tIn each. 2 year old trees $4 each. 6/25 Call Today!
6/24 2tchg 7/2 Preference Given to Long Term
GOVERNMENT JOBS! Now hiring in your ttpd
LOVELY 3 BR, 1 AC heat. East Call St., '
acres. go. .5
call
and
list of lob. application .
014'-
yr--d
Stark. 964-7792. Avallabl. August 1 1. TV
615-383-2627 ext. JS07. Icon 87.255 _.... C..r. /.4::Lee seerM
6/23 Itpd TRUCK DRIVERS Experienced long haul MOBILE HOMES tw,4r.M.t PR,-_. HOMES BEAUTIFUL
2 OR 3 BR, $275 and Phon.after 5:30.
up. needed. Must be 23 with good driving FOR SALE Of NORTH FLORIDA
964.5377.6/25 2tchg 7/2 record/work history. We offer excellent 21 E. OIL I SUrke 964- 7A* MM.u .c [ caMMU'No
AND UNFURNISHED
FURNISHED apartments
and benefits. ApplyIn
equipment
on East Call Street. Central heat NEW 8 USED MOBILE HOMES. Call
person. Poole Truck Line, 2241 Roy .
& air. N.wly remodeled. Freeman Detroit Blvd, Pensacola. Florida. Wells at AftW Mobile Homes 9646407or

R.gl.t.r III, 964.5888.6/25 2tchg 7/2 9044776481. Must live within 200 9613408.8/14 thaw .
RENTALS AVAILABLE 2 8 3 Bedrooms, TAKE OVERI'AYMENTS. 3 BR. 2 BA. 14
mil. of Pensacola. EOE. fcan 87-245 x
furnished 8 unfurnished. Tiffin ft 70. $500 down $190 month. Unci.Roy' SALE Payments

Owens, Lie. R.E. Brokers. 964-5065. .. Ocala 1-351-8514.6/4 4tchg 6/25
6/25 1tchgEFFICIENCY WANTEDDONT Until October 1World's
ASSUME PAYMENTS we will help you
APT., furnished. AC. $140 qualify. Several to choose from. UncI.Roy' OR
rent. $50 sec. Tiffin A Owens. Lie. R.E. .
Ocolo 1.351.8514.61tchg 623DON'T
RUIN YOUR CREDITI I I will takeover Largest DoublewideHot
Broker. 964.5065.6/25 Itchg William D. Tiffin. TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call
3 BR MOBILE HOME country. Now taking your mortgage. the Uncle LEASE
experts at financing. Roy's,
applications. $185 per month plus 964-5065.6/25 ItchgI Ocala 1.351.8514.6/44tchg 6/25 Dogs Cokes Prizes
fix William D. Tiffin.
BUY HOUSES to
$150 deposit. Call 961.3134.6/25 Itchg up. HOMES OF MERIT 4 BR 3 BA Deluxe./ Celebrating 23 Years
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE. $300 month. 1st and 9645065.625 ItchgREAL i
10.9% financing $259 month. Uncle 7 / ACRES
last month. Available July 5. Call after Roy', Ocala 1351.181..6'chg625 n In The Same Location

6, 964-4548. 6/25ltchg ESTATE HOMES OP MERIT 3 BR. 2 BA Great 'Global Homes

Room. 10.9% financing $229 month.
NOTICE FOR SALE Uncle Roy's Ocala 1-351-1814. 6/. 300 Ft. Building

4tchg 6125 4118 Phillips Hwy.

OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and UNCLE ROY'S Shop ond compare.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. submitted dry wooded lots. Mobile home, cabin Skyline. Fleetwood Redman Peach 120 Ft. Enclosed In Jacksonville, Fla.

to the Bradford County camping: O.K. Hunting and fishing State, liberty. Homes of Merit. We
Telegraph/ office In writing and paid In $5,450 w/SlSO dn., $63.71 monthly. have It all. Uncle Roy's Ocala. 1200 Sq. Ft. Work Area 731-43.6.6.

.
odvanc. unless credit, Is already ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622.2438 1.35'1'.6"tct.g 6/25

established with this office. eves. 2/12 tfn 24 X 60 DOUBIEWIDE. all set up In Olin's Rent $200 Per Month Saturday! June 27, Only'

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD UNITED REALTY Of STARKE 1640 S. Subdivision. Ready to move into.

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Walnut St., Stark. 96<1s.e.e7.16 $13.8OO. Financing available. Call For 1200Sq.Ft.Bldg.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER tfncha 9645606.611 tfnchg

THE TELEPHONE. SPACIOUS 2 BR. 1 BATH mobile home. 12 X 70 MOBILE HOME $2600. Cell

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. 2.5 acres, off US 301 south of Starke. .nytl...., 564.4605.6/251tchg Next to Mosley's Tire
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Owner financing. After 6 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME,3 Br. 2 Ba. partly
pm. For Info See
Classified display deadline TUESDAY. 964.6128.6/25 Itchg furnished. Asking payoff of $15.500. Lynn at

S.OO P.M. Special Classified display COUNTRY STORE on US 19, Eridu. opportunity 964-5398 after S p.m. 6/25 2tpd 7/2 Lynn's Body Shopor
is NOT Guaranteed.
placement to live simple life, quiet country EW LOO.s
Minimum charg. for classified ads Is town only 40 miles from Tallaho. ..see. 2 DOUBIEWIDE REPO'SI Financing

15 words for $3.50. th.n 15 cents for Call Tim Peary. Realtor, 9049974340. available. Coll 1.272-0625 collect tfn ..- ..

each word th.r.aft.r, fcan 87.258 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES: Low payments.Low McDougall

down payment. Call I-272065O
THE
collect tin 1.904.786.8989Dodge's

28 X 50 CHAMPION DOUBIEWIDE S28S

KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle p.r month. Fully loaded. Call NEWLY REMODELED

1-2726871 collect. Itchg 6,5

Repeir Ptrts Accessories

Magnolia HotelWalnut
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eU.S.301 N. 964-5805 r

Street Across from Post Office Stark.
Land Clearing Service

" MT90-16 Full Maxon face Has a few air conditioned rooms

$49.50
Helmets $39.95 "For the COMPLETE Job"
FOR RENT
Bunggts Nets Open Tuesday Saturday
Cord

;, $3.99 ea. Bunggl 99 c.nf. w. IS Yrs. Experience BUSHOGGING DISKING WORK SEEDING by the

Snell ApprovedFull CLAY LEVELING FILL DIRT DRIVE-WAYS & ROADS
! Foam Grips Flat Shields Week Month.r
Face) H.Imets Oil Filters SITE PREPARATION LOTS ACREAGE CLEARED Night, or _
$04.00 II 2.95 P.r Set $2.50 e>q. $1.95
SEPTIC TANK PAD "2"'*ir/.


. All Repairs on Cycles & ATV's BATTERIES12N12A4A1 12N143A Steve Dodge 904/473-76911

Tune Ups Discount Parts & ACC '. "
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Full DockThe in Bradford Traffic Court Sees 38 Finals June 16


following defendants appeared 50 hours
year work.
before Judge George H. Frederick D.community Johnson fined (wing, license suspended six Norman pled not guilty Improper Lend t Wl school Salvation Army test assault; ordered to pay$50 court
Pierce June 16 in Bradford County NVDL produced valid chargedwith months, 50 hours community work, passing; adjudged guilty fined '"supervision one year. costs.

Traffic Criminal Court Their cases ordered to pay; $55 court costa license attend DWI school Salvation Army $101.23 Salvation Army supervisionfor Leroy Collins charged with driving Hamilton pled guilty disorderly in-
received final disposition. David A.Black pled valid supervision. payment. on the wrong side of road; toxication; ordered to pay $50 court
motorcycle license guilty no valid Willis D. Brewer pled guilty DUI; Dwayne Gary Seymore pled guiltyno dismissed. costs, six months probation.

Connie J. Holsonback pled guilty license, ordered to ; produced$10. fined $362, license suspended six tag; presented valid tag, dismissed. Collins pled guilty DUI; fined $362, Loretta J, Austin pled guilty retail
failed to report accident; case Cornelious pay months, 50 hours community work, license suspended six months, 50 theft; $50 court costs
dismissed with expired tag Covington produced charged valid attend DWI school Salvation Army Seymore pled guilty DWLS; hours community work, attend DWI Alphonso Jones pled guilty battery
Holsonback pled guilty no P.I.P. tag, ordered to ; supervision. presented valid license ordered to school, Salvation Army supervisionone ; ordered to pay $50 court costs,
$30 court costs.
insurance; $50 court costs, dismissed. Marlin L. Dick pay Willie J. Clark pled guilty improper year. six months court probation.Kim .
James
while license pled guilty driving tag; dismissed. L. Burgess pled guilty Jorge A. Munez charged with J. Partner pled guilty bad
fined $101.25.Terry suspended (DWLS); Clark pled guilty DWLS; ten days unlawful tag; case dismissed. NVDL; ordered to present valid check; ordered to pay $50 court costs

Holsonback pled guilty improper in jail, fined $101.25. Burgess pled guilty DWLS; fined license and pay $50 or pay $101.25 and show restitution has been made.

,, turn; $50 court costs, dismissed. A. Green pled guilty improper James H. McAlpine pled guilty $101.25, Salvation Army supervision fine. Roy F. Cope charged with no
Kathryn T Peabody pled validation DUI; fined $362 license suspendedsix 60 days. Eric W. Manning charged with fishing license; produced valid
no contest sticker ordered to
I no valid driver license (NVDL) pay $50 court costs. ; months attend DWI school 50 Rufus R. Mulchings charged with DWLS; ordered to present valid license, $10 court costs.
;
presented valid license, ordered to Green hours community work. DUI; dismissed. license and pay $50 or pay $101.25 Ebbie Dewayne McKinley pled
pay $10 court costs. ordered to pled $50 guilty court expired costs. tag; Willie James Simmons pled no Ellis V. Shepherd charged DWLS; fine.Manning guilty drinking in public; fined

Sandra L Rogers pled no contest Green pled pay DWLS fined contest DWLS; orderd to pay $50. dismissed. charged with no tag; $101.25.
driving under the influence $101.25. guilty ; Simmons pled no contest careless Shepherd charged with impropertag ordered to i present valid tag and pay Robert Earl Simmons pled no con-

DUI/DWI); fined $362 license Ronald D. Smith driving; dismissed. ; dIsmISsed.Sher.berd $50 or pay $101.25 fine. test drinking in public; dismissed.
suspended six months, 50 hours, com- DWLS fined $101.25. pled guilty James M. Yeomans pled guilty no pled guilty DUI; fined Chris W Crew charged with expired Simmons pled no contest resisting
munity work, attend DWI ; L. tag; produced valid tag; orderd to $ suspended six months driver license; ordered to pre- arrest without violence; six months
school Ricky
Salvation Army Gainey pled guilty no pay $30 court costs, dismissed. 50 hours community work attend sent valid license and pay $50 or pay court probation, violate no laws, use
ordered
ment. supervision for pay tag; to pay $50. Joseph Frazier pled guilty improper DWI school, Salvation Army super- $101.25 fine.Raymond. no alcohol, $50 court costs.

Rogers pled no contest wilful- dismissed.Gainey pled guilty improper tag; tag; produced valid tag, vision, pay fine within nine months. G. Hall charged with John H. Hawthorne pled guilty
wanton reckless dismissed.Don Ricky J. Gunter pled guilty DUI; NVDL; to present valid license or disorderly conduct; fined $101.25,
driving Gainey pled DWLS fined
case
dismissed. ; $101.25. guilty ; Harris pled guilty no mobile fined $625, ten days in jail, license ten days in jail. court probation.
home decal; dismissed. suspended five years, attend DUI James E. Yon charged with Charles Alfred Swafford pled guil-
speed Rogers; fined pled$160.no contest unlawful NVDL Queenie Berry pled valid no contest Thomas Landry pled guilty no school. Salvation Army supervisionone DWLS; ordered to present valid ty disorderly conduct, court probation
; presented license license and six months, fine $101.25.
mobile home decal; dismissed. year. pay $50 or pay $101.25
Benjamin F. Ross pled ordered to $50 court costs.
guilty pay fined. Carlton Covington pled guilty
Eugene F. Norman pled guilty Albert W. Cadle charged with
DUI; fined $362, license suspendedsix Shelly D. Carter pled guilty improper ten
DWLS; fined $101.25, Salvation Army DWLS; dismissed. trespass; days in jail, fined
months, attend DWI school, tag; ordered to pay $50. Misdemeanor $158.75, six months court probation
Salvation supervison for payement, ten Cadle pled guilty DUI; fined $362, Court ,
Army D. Thomas
supervision one Sonya pled guilty DUI; stay from victim.
days in jail. license _suspended six months, at- William P. Hamilton pled no con- away



I Bradford State Attorney's Office Receives 22 Felonies In MayThe I GAGNONReBuilders


Bradford Office of State At- No judicial action was taken on The following cases received final pleted pre-trial intervention pro- sentenced on other charges.

torney Eugene Whitworth received one case. disposition during the month of May gram.Andrea. Pamela Denise Nettles arrested Bulldozer Work
22 new individuals cases and/or Sixty misdemeanor cases were filed R.Jenkins arrested Dec. 6 Sept. 30 for forgery, uttering forged Culverts InstalledFill
felony defendants for prosecution and three prior cases were Robert Leroy Ake arrested March for forgery ( victim Waters instrument pled guilty to forgery
during the month of May. This in- dismissed by the office in May said 20 for threat against a public servant Grocery); defendant sentenced on placed on five; years probation con- Dirt & Top Soil

.. cluded two capitol offenses, 1st Clark. The office declined to prosecute ; case dismissed, insufficient other charges. current other cases. 9645414It
degree murder indictments, both in- 25 cases. Thirty-nine guilty evidence s to this defendant. Jenkins arrested Dec. 6 for Nettles arrested Sept. 30 for
;:. volving prison inmates, according to pleas were accepted.Two Frederick Lee Sanders arrested forgery, uttering forged document forgery, uttering forged instrument; No Answer9648O10
1 Investigator Wiley Clark. petitions were filed in February 26 for burglary of a con- (victim Lawtey Shell); defendant pled guilty to forgery, placed on five
:y: The office declined to prosecute juvenile court. The state attorney veyance; defendant sentenced on sentenced on other charges. years probation concurrent with
five cases and eight cases were dismissed two juvenile petitions and other charges. Jenkins arrested Dec. 8 for other cases.
dismissed. There were no trials. The four received nonjudicial action. Sanders arrested Dec. 28 for forgery uttering forged document S.. Page 11

office handled one pre-trial intervention Five pleas of guilty were accepted.The burglary of conveyance petit theft (victim Florida National Bank);
and filed six violations of probation recommendation of HRS was grand theft; defendant sentenced on defendant sentenced on other

declined.. on six petItions.BROADWAY other charges charges.

Robert Charles DuPuy arrested Jenkins arrested Dec. 8 for Union County. . I
& WALTERS' July 29 for criminal mischief, grand forgery, uttering forged document
theft: dismissed, defendant com- (Hurst's Exxon) : defendant ,

TREE SERVICE ,
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Removal i BERMUDAIIAY
MOBILE HOMES COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

'JiR \E rAGEN'JI." *Trimming i I Large Bales $27.50 Each FOR SALE RENTLEASEOFFICE

;'OtJlt, UIDI\\_, ,, Stump Removal i Creek Ranch Inc.

: I, ,I n t: A" ,. S.' Firewood Alligator 964-6913 ir. 45' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 AND WAREHOUSE SPACE

'tart oca y u. 'm./par m.. '" I 964-4809 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must Located In Union County Times
rain an IIv. airline computer Free Estimate see to appreciate. 6000. Call building. Call for Information.

Ham. study and resident tovoiloble. 473-7097 or 473-7679 496-0071. tfn/chg. 3/19 496-2261. tfn.
Financial old JotNattonol ploc.- TWO-2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES 12' x

.nt a..l.tanc.. h...... After 5P.M.Keystone I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 60' handy mans. special. Good and INSURANCEMAINES
quarters Front. FL. solid. $2.850. each. PINES SRI2I. lake

.T.RTRAVEL SCHOOL Heights Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates Butler. 4962366. tfnchg 4/30 INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
MM MOBILE HOME Two bedroom completely
Main Street, Lake Butler 496-3978.
s tr.CCxfDntO HO Licensed & Insured furnished. In mobile home
Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn
wAW e N N S C. CR 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133, .... park hook.d up. $3,500 lot r.nt
l $68.25 p.r month. Call Frank Morris at HELP WANTED
496.3900.6/11 3tpd. 6/25
NEED MORE ROOM 24x70 doublewlde

FOR SALEo' WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL; mobile home, 4 bedroom., 2 baths, sas FOOD STORE-2 In Lake Butler Is
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for family that wants lots
family
s.1.__ room. now accepting applications for
5 Rooms for the of 4 Living Hall & 3 BRS
price Dining
of space. Financing can b. arranged if Manager Position Experience a must.
Fill Dirt Top Soil PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED EDM needed price Includes delivery and set Company benefits. Salary based on ex-

"Quality Work, low,Low Price 1/laS up. Only$15,500 Call for appointment pereince plus bonus. S.nd Resume or
Large or Small Loads of Limerock (Any Room A 14.11) . . . otchflard Available 496-0071 tfn 6/18 apply at S&S office, 2200 E. Duval
Senior Citizen Discount No Mileo.se C ar ae Free Advice DES KIMBERLY 2f 44' Thr. bedroom Street Lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg
2 baths with fireplace, partly furnished 6/4
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer Call 964-4997
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_.,,_ with
walk-In clotet 12' x 20 porch EARN COMMISSION AND MERCHANDISE
:390 .ft. _F* *In_ phot**fcoofc fttv*
964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 ....* aM.re:111 rfc*Ou.rtMf :* Chwtbw of rn.wwaFL8RIDA 2 1/2 ton air conditioner electric pole, by showing "Christmas Around the
CARP CLEANING A DYE CO.Elixson skirting 17500. Call 496-2S5S World" from July-November. No Investment
anytime. 6/23 4tchg. 7/16 ; no delivery or collection. I
will train. Call Jan Christie at 752-4447
NOTICECLASSIFIED after 5:30: after July I. 6/18-2Ipd-6125
.- EXTRA EARNINGS Need 3 people who
County Line Nursery i have 10 to 15 flexible hours per week.
Wood Products Inc. ADVERTISING should b.submitted Can earn up to SIOO-SISO per week.
& LandscapeOwned to the Union County Time office Call 1259.3091 6/18-2tpd-6/25
David In writing and paid in advanc. PERSON TO WORK FIBERGLASS In WS
& Operated by Walnwright2'i
Miles East of Slake; on SR 16 Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou i unless credit Is already established must have some experience Pay according
with this office to scale from $3.SO-S7 per
Complete Landscaping & Design THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD hour. Contact Lorry after 6 p.m.
Plant Sales Cypress Mulch Pick-up or We Deliver i RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 496-2446. 6/l8-2tchrg6/25
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER EXCELLENT INCOME taking short phone
Irrigation Design & Installation We Also Have THE TELEPHONE. messages at home For informationcall
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 1(504)649-7922( ) ext. 8401 A. Itpd.
t Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding Red Heart Cypress Lumber i NOON prior to Thursday publication. 6/25
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, EARN $7.73 HR. We need assistance In
964-6649 then 15 cents for each word thereafter .valuating and responding to daily
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_. J. I 1. throughout th. state. No experience

necessary; paid to complete training.
Work at home For information sendselfaddressed
REAL ESTATE
Ad stamped envelope, 9
See Our Display 1/2 inches long to: AWGA Dept. E,

LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO Box 49204 Atlanta Go. 30359. Itpd.
In A-Section PERTY If I don't have 'It. "III find It- Just 6/25
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
be live-In
WANTED LADY Someone to
Telegraph 496-2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR
companion with elderly lady to
UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn prepare meals & minor housekeeping.
Lady Is not an Invalid and Is In sound
OUTLAW REALTY HOMES mind attends church etc
904-496-3938 or 904496.3939 or
JANE S. USHER
904-473-2214. 6/18 4tchg 7/9
r oa Your Union County Realtor GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U FLORIDA GREEN THUMB. An employment
repair). Delinquent tax property. program for elderly workers Is
496-2128 or 496-2903 Repossession Call I(1(805)687) >6OOO now accepting applications. Applicantsmust
Ext. GH-1136. for current repo list. 5/7 be 55 years of age and older and
..3.80'W.. Main St.. Lake Butler 8tpd. 6/23 low Income. 20 hours per week, S3.35
per hour. Call collect. 904-2 1.BI88.
LAKE BUTLER. Reduced for quick sale. 3 ask for Eileen. 6/251tchg
WORD GETS .5 ACRI RANCHfTTt that has even/thing. Beautiful custom built home lor- BR. 2 BA. CH4A, Large lot, only $41.300
THE rounded by 100 oak tr_., Improved pasture, pool barn with horse slot!., 38000. Mathews Realty 9644469.
fish pond and of course board fence. Owner MUST SELL reduced price by 2/Stfn FOR RENT
AROUND 124.0001ess than original prke and owner will finance. Won't last long..

RIVER MONTAGE on th. Santa Falllv.r situated on high buff lends additional FOR SALE CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental
privacy to this contemporary 2-story custom built home. OWNER homes tailored to your pay schedule.
MOVING OUT OF STATE MUST SELL. Owner will help with finance. PINES SRI21 just south of SR100 In
Cathedral celling fireplace, and ova 2000 sq. ft. living area la mention 25" ZENITHH COLOR CONSOLE Beautiful' Lake Butler Call 496-2366. tfn/chg.
some ...tr.1' ... walnut cabinet. Payoff balance of 5/21
ACRES Includes pasture, pin. trees, fish pond and 2 larg. bams $279.83 or take' over payments of OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
chicken pen or dog pen hog parlor property fenced located on paved $23.18. Call 496-2282. 6/25 3tpd 7/9 located In Union County Times Buildingat
road and best of all OWNER FINANCED. Can be sold In 3 different parcels SNAPPER MOWER 30" II HP, electric 150 West Main. Call 496-2261. for
also. MUST SEE If acreage I. what you want start used about 100 hours. $973.00. more Information tfn
V4FiT'JSY -4 ACRES OR 5 ACRES with trees,on graded rood OWNER FINANCE.With Call (Jax.) 7433703, after 6:30 P.M. CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished
well 4"with sub pump septic tank,and power pole. Or 3 ocr.of pasture 6/23 2tchg 7/2 all electric central heat and
and woods on graded rood with finance h.lp without any facilities. air private paved rood laundry and
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY available, Lake But''....Main St.corner proper YARD SALE park playground. Near schools, hosp.,
state facilities. PINES SR.121, east lake
ty. Priced reduced for CASH.
Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
.MOIILI HOME AND LOT In of Lake Butler. Owner will finance. Also'
city JUNE 27 8 A.M. until. Corner
SATURDAY, ., and no pets chg/tfn 5/21
additional lot availabl.2 .. of 6th Street and 4th Ave. In Lake
BEDROOM CI AND BRICK"HOMI with additional' corner lot near Butler, ttchg. 6/23
hospital.OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE$5.000. Motivated to sell. Home has PERSONAL SERVICES

central..t and air, also refrigerator stove and dishwasher.. On. block MISCELLANEOUSWISDOM
from Main St., lake Butler.. HOUSI AND YARD CLEANING t CARS
-3 BEDROOM. BATH CI HOME with central heat and air. Has surface top Odd lobs No time? Don't wait and
stove and double oven wall unit. Fenced yard In town some h.lp to FROM PETROSi There are wdrry. Call a mature couple with
finance available.BEAUTIFUL .. always two classes of people: Those references now.' 431-1648 12 to 9 P.M.
i Like fast! And, like, Sir sure! with your' message in the IV, ACRI COUNTRY LOT on paved road. Perfect for that who have ulcers and those who give Itpd. 6/23
results classifieds. GJiw now! DREAM HOME. located East of Lak.Butler about 3 mils Also' has lots of them. Itchg.,6/23 BABYSIT IN MY HOME Daytime. Call
For sure, you'll' grt tr_.. 4961320. 1 Itchg. 6/23


CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. ALSO HAVI HOMES IDCAl TO PURCHASE FOR RENTAL PROPERTY. LAKI CARSTRUCKSCADILLACS. MOTORCYCLES19t4
BUTLER HAS MANY RENTALS BUT NEEDS MANY MORI..GOOO INVEST.

964-6305 MENT... MERCEDES Porsche etc
HONDA CR500 1000. 1 M
direct from Government. Selied In
Bradford Telegraph and More YAMAHA VZ4W $700, or best offer
1 County For These Properties Many drug raids. Available your area. Save
Call Jane S.Usher thousands$. 216-433-3000 Ext.A2278. Both In excellent condition. Call
., -- 6/23 496-2130 after ':30 P.M. Itchg. 625J
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Union previous escape attempt,. walked till at- ilk July '27 trial. Dunn is The Chevrolet then struck .the ford County was arrested JUM U tot] cent. D vts w.s ttk>u.i"ttr. a
Escapee away Wednesday night ter he went cnkftted with solicitation to commit JbrJdOTHuardrail r doing an estimated two counts of violation of probationJ $467.50 surety bond WM potted.Annie"Barnes .
Still At LargeThe to retrieve work: tools, Sheriff Jerry first-degree murder. pIii; damage in the 4:06 p-pi. acci- according to Investigator Davidj
Whitehead said.Glimmer "He was a model prisoner If I hadit dent. Damage to the Mazda was Aderholt. Bond was let'&t12,1iOO on, Byrd:'.. of Hampton
Inmate who pleaded guilty to $500. each count. Newby was released on was arrested June 20 for DUI
Lee do would still make him a
to
and another Inmate over
lacing a correctional officer's coffee trustee said Whitehead. ,The In- Rescue was cancelled there were her own recognizance fleeing attempting to elude officer
with blood serum containing .AIDS tainting mate had worked since March with no reported Injuries. according to Sgt. Reno. She was
virus remains at large after his and Medical Center little supervision doing yardwork at Matches was released after a $210 Donald Felix Schneble 58, of released after a $82$ surety bond
the Reception '
escape from the Union County Jail June 6,1986.Whitehead. the courthouse, according to Sheriff surety bond was posted. Bradford County was arrested June was posted
last week. 17 for violation of parole accordingto
Robert J. Grimmer a trustee at described Grimmer of Whitehead. Recent ArrestsIn Investigator Aderholt. Phillip A. Granley, 32, of
the jail who had been sentenl-wd for a Tonawanda, N. Y., as a 26-year-old Hillsborough County was arrested
-, white man with brown hair and Bradford CountyThe Annie Lee Slocum 23, of Lake June 18 on a warrant charging viola-
brown eyes. He is 6'8" weighing Traffic Charge following arrests were madein Butler was arrested June 19 for tion of probation for DUI, impropertag
X \ / / nearly 300 pounds. He was last seen But No InjuriesIn Bradford County by local failure to appear to answer chargesof and two charges of DWLS according -
\. \ \ 10li / s wearing Army pants, a light green" authorities. retail theft and no valid driver to Patrolman Chapman.
\ \ \ U/ / / T-shirt and black work boots. Monday AccidentA license,according to Deputy EugeneLee. Bond was set at 5850. Granley was
occurred
When the coffee incident with Joseph Gregroy Andrews 22, of Bond was set at $202 total. released to Hillsborough County
Raiford
Grimmer was serving a five-year man was charged
Starke arrested June 21 for fleeing
was authorities.
sentence for fraud from Volusta driving while license suspended and Traffic
to elude
December 1986 careless driving after his vehicle attempting officer according -
County that expired Grim. to Sgt. W. C. Reno. He was James M. Thomas 58, of Kenneth Smith, 36, was arrested
struck another in the Monday
after his release rear .
Six days afternoon.A released after a $262.50 surety bond Gainesville was arrested June 19 for June 22 for driving while: license
Osceola Countyin
arrested in
mer was was posted. driving under influence (DUI) and suspended, according to Trooper
investigation and later 1980 Mazda, driven by Frank
the AIDS no valid driver's license (NVDL), Kenneth Ethridge. Bond was set at
He sentenced to Porreca of Stark pulled from a
tried to escape.. was driveway access going northboundon Carlton Covington, 25, of Starke according to Marshal Tommy $101.25, he was released on his own
two years.In Raulerson. Thomas' blood alcohol
arrested June 19 warrant
was on a recognizance.
Grimmer pled guilty to SR-100 and was struck by a 1984
April
of and content was .15 percent. He was
charging burglary a dwelling
commit second- Chevrolet, driven by John Phillip
solicitation to grand theft, according to Lt. John released after a $729.50 surety bond
/1 34991u01dsue degree murder. He was to have been Matches of Raiford, according to FIIP Urges MotoristsTo
i/ against Patrolman Kathv Best. Dempsey Covington allegedly took was posted.
after testifying
:: rtu.I sentenced clothing and property belonging to Use CautionT
another individual. Bond was set at Kenneth Warren Davis 21, of During SummerThe
$5,000 on each charge Covington remains Starke was arrested June 19 for
Fool comfortable We are doing in custody. DUI NVDL according to Florida Highway Patrol is
Patrolman AI Chapman. Davis' urging motorists to use caution during -
with the 8O14-S. Brenda Lee Newby, 24. of Brad blood alcohol content was .18 per- the slimmer months in a

what do best. "Schools Out" campaign according
Ergonomically designed lor we to Florida Highway Patrol Director

typing comfort me 8014-S homeowners NOW..Easy Access to Newly Paved Colonel Bobby R. Burkett.
.auto months
features II "With the summer approaching -
a sculptured glare- for RECORD 1 and school out of session
Parking Spaces JUNCTIONYour
free keyboard; contoured and and farm insuranceWe I for several months, there will be an
Local Radio Shack
Dealer
textured keys for fingertip and
increase in vehicle bicycle
control; and a sound shield lot have redirected our attention to the areas of service we do 1 pedestrian traffic during the

typing comfort, Relax and be best auto homeowners and farm Insurance. There wa a time Still In Bradford I weekdays" said Colonel Burkett.
efficient all day long. when no one could touch us for service or rates. We're proud to announce Square Shopping Center I "Oftentimes motorists become

.Relocation after correcting those times are back. Beftire you renew your coverage in 'creatures of habit' in the surrounding -
Repeat capability on all keys these areas how about giving! u.o cat .fer a quote Drop In 9:30 am to 6:00 pm Monday-Saturday. I environment when in reality,
I due to traffic conditions being
202 characters of correction
memory David _tty Will Brown. Agent seasonal in Florida, extra measures
-- of caution are necessary to insure
.30 characters of buffer Agency ManagerAuto i safety for all," Burkett added.It .

memoryELVinIelc Home, Form, Life & Health W. "Bud" Keys. Agent is a normal occurrence for
Starke & Keystone) C1eopatra'sUphol daytime traffic volume to increase
Lake Butler (
( ) during this period and the FHP will

UKiON COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY & Auto Trim Shop be monitonng speed limit com-
COflOR.TION ; pliance not only in the 55mph zones
325 S.E. 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue E. Coll St. Starke 964-7014 but also in the newly <65mph

Lake Butler 32054\ : ... Stork., Fl 32091 Owned and Operated by Donna Belnert areas in the rural portions of in-

OFFICE SHOP ((904)) 496-2171 hi JI. ((904)9646369M ) Opening June 8 terstate"We began highways.our summer season ina

110 W. Call -Itarko ; I Free Estimates Free Delivery positive way during the recent
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964-5714 Memorial holiday weekend with the
Grand Opening Special: safest holiday In several years by
failing 44 percent short of our fatality -
A>flXi>N1.sslC7uaAltx3 =g llkxatlL=ltlttlatn atEt LMMM.VBL.IWM '_._sF Truck Seat Auto Headliner prediction. I would urge everyoneto
WITH' THIS COUPON ONLY i help us continue this trend,"



M N N FREE Spinal| Exam t, ,".',, "''' ,35., -,OO-' ..... ." ,$99.95. ,. ,. '''-, ... Burkett said.UofF Survey. Shows

H .. Need to Increase

'IIII II FREE Moving X-Ray Demonstration i MII B &1B Fabrics -- Child observational Restraint survey UseAn recently


At Accident Centers of America, we specialize ,in -I US 301 ( : North of Starke) completed at the University of

II IIII diagnosing and treating accident injuries| auto, "" "t. 1lI- Phone 964.6651 Open 9 am-7 pm Florida use of indicates child restraint that even devices thoughthe has

home,'work and sports. So when you hurt, you'll t-.f +to- : increased over the previous year's

II discover we have revolutionary new ways to find T. ..+..... N NII e Fabrics a Patterns Crafts & More children rate less than half of all those
J to which the law applies are
oui why you hurt. I / I V properly restrained.

II Like Videofluoroscopy, "Moving X-Rays", that r' ,. We have. .. Improper use of the.chUd r. !S.tr&uit\ ;!
II.
can see injuries most x-rays miss. : .: device can be as dangerous or more
II .fi: dangerous than restraint at all.
II Now, find out why you hurt. Call for your Free Jl'1\,; 100 % Cotton According to the no survey 49.1 percent

N Spinal Exam and "Moving X-Rays" demonstra- '1 of the children three years of
N f I age and under and 32.3 percent of
tion. Fabric
N Owen Gainesville Clinic of Chiropractic .. those four and five years of age were
:- in compliance with the law, with
] ''I both age groups having a combined
N Call Now 964-8018 L : .. for Jams usage rate of 42 percent.
4" Colonel Bobby R. Burkett Director -
,: ACCIDENT CENTERS of the Florida Highway Patrol,
Ng N IRJlftl1l! INC. I said, "We will redouble our efforts,
,, OF AMERICA, b not only in the area of enforcementbut
A 11 11 TNt PAIN RtUEF DOCTOR Dr .Virgil A. Berry also in the area of education."

N THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESK3NSIBU ,0tI "ArMEMl HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY CANCEL RAYMFNT.OR BE REIMBUKEO fOR ANY OTHER SUMO! Burkett added, "Enforcementalone
EXAMINATION. OR TREATMENT WHICH l\PfWORMtt Ai A Nt v JU )f AND WITHIN 72 HOURS Of'RESPONDING' TO THE ADVf RTISFMENI fOR THE fREE RVICI..Exilit' ,without voluntary public compliance
N .ON TREATMENT I We would like to thank all of our friends and is not enough to accomplishour
.__ ...e. .__eh I INOBODYBEATS_VYaAMINATION -1CRYti*,********* rrarlF.Y$41it customers for their patronage and encouragement goal of protecting all children

who are passengers in motor
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FISHING TACKLE

I- I 176 Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights e 473-9019
I OPEN: Monday Friday 9-6; Saturday 9-5


4f h of July Sale !


Sole Starts Saturday June 27 through Friday, July 3

FIREARMS FOR THE SPORTSMAN COLLECTOR


Fish Cooh1 /o OFF 14'MHOSEEad CHILLS .e1wM-19e'a.T.T.1.T.H...II.U." Sale $383 retell auy.Mid-iCSru...ay Sol*'300

136,000 ITU S/WM-lS.HCal. AriMli e>.AK'10 J33 Ceil.'
retell- OO- Sal.'230 retell...!- Sflle'4SO
} -II ALL PARTSACCESSORIES S/WM-17.22Cal. CVA.S4 Cela.>.Ift.!
'VMIIgIc Chef I ,...11'3.- ScIlI.'300 .......ur SaUM49Mem.
[ .uger Security Il>.''a .M-1100 held' (p. .1J 0..V.*.
: 3& GAS RANGES retell-JO*" Sale'220 ,...11'4'." Sal*'37j_
Charter Arm Stnli.J"-3i WeatKerby 12 Oe.Auto.V.t.
,.,.n' **- Sal. '200 ,...u" Sal. *47d'
_.' !c.oOK'N CAJUN fuss Mlnl-14 Stnli.retell'44T Win.M-70.333 c.".>lbe>rejl.e*XeaVSal3SO
I).. 11" GRILLS=- ** ._u-...- Sal. '475
k\Vv\I \ Charcoal Smoker filEIn flhJI4 g,1 1. u..
RELOADING SUPPLIES ON SALE
I $39M :c.Rul"R"EI
$29 Is AR FOR THE SPORTSMAN
UKMTI
Piano lacKie DOM.ail x Garcia Amb. XLT Plusn.u
Rod & Reel Combo .
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14 Lb. Trolling Motor
Rod he*",.7**UfR4M Hall'*Cheat*lure ft.Warm c:._
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MeiteoM e Too rtrxxKM wAoP.E em 1 nowLocated .... R..S.Lt'200.00 ?
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SALE ON STOCK ITEMS ONLY QUANTITIES LIMITED

Are 7 Miles South of Star eon Hwy. 301 CREDIT CARDS ADD 4% t
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Charles Theodore held Born May 1 1920 in Norwich June 22 with Rev. Jimmie Dobbs ''"''Wt4lstilisnks
Mrs. Guerra was born January 2, Graveside services were CM
Watson Sr. 1897 In Guyton, Georgia. After completing Thursday, June 18 at Westover Mr .Locker moved toStarke over 17 conducting the services. Jones in Mere words cannot fully'express
Home of Starke was
Funeral
high school, she graduated Memorial Park in Augusta with years ago. She was a member of our heartfelt thank to each and
Charles Theodore Watson, Sr., 63, from Savannah-Athens Business Rev. W. G. Edwards conducting the Faxon Revival Center of Jackson- charge of arrangements. everyone who supported. us with
of Lawtey died Sunday, June 14 In College. She was an employee of ceremony. Arrangements were ville and was a homemaker. their prayers, comforting words,
the North Florida Regional Hospital Dunn and Bradstreet until her mar under the direction of Platt Funeral Survivors include two daughters, Card of Thank flowers, food and other acts of kind-
in Gainesville. riage to Herbert Wyham Sleath on Home. Jane Honn of Starke and Glenda The family of Leah Mae Bryant ness during this time of sorrow.
Mr. Watson was a native of Armistice Day, November 11. 1918. Timmerman of Sherwood,Ark.; two wishes to thank our dear friends and Though our loved one has gone
Jacksonville, and had lived in Glen They moved to Titusville, Fla., in Earl Cane sons, Edward J. Locker of Jacksonville for kind expressions,, home to be with the Lord and is now
St. Mary for ten before moving and Gerald Locker of neighbors your truly at these expressions of
years
died peace
1920. A resident of Miami from Earl Cane, 82, of Hampton of sympathy shown us during our
to Lawtey 15 years ago. He hud 1924-1976, Mrs. Guerra lived near Wednesday, June 17, at Bradford Chelmsford, Mass; a sister Eve loving mother's recent death. love will never be forgotten.With .
owned and operated Watson Garage her daughter in St. Cloud, Fla., at County Hospital following an extended Monsam of Starke; nine grand- We would especially like to thank Sincere Thanks
and Repair in Macclenny for 20 children. The Family of Dan Johnson
one time. She was a member of illness. the doctors and nurses at Alachua
years until his retirement in 1982. Calvary Baptist Church in Savannahand Mr. Cane was born and raised in Graveside services were held at General Hospital, Bro. Roman April 28,im-June 9,1987
Mr. Watson was a member of the of Allapattah Baptist Church in Sherburne NY He was the son of Crosby Lake Cemetery Monday, Alvarez, Rev. John Strickland, p
Dawkins Card of Thanks
Lodge No. 60 of Free and Miami and was also a volunteer with the late Jack and Lucy Cane,former Joyce and Raymond Moody and Ar-
Accepted Masons in Macclenny; a the American Red Cross during pioneer residents of Sherburne. Mr. chie Tanner Funeral Home. The family of Jeffery Mangus
member of the Shrine Club and the
WWII. Cane was retired from the City of Your kindness will always be would like to express their thanks to
Morocco Temple, Jacksonville; a Survivors Include one daughter, Sherburne as a maintenance fl'A-rwINIHE'ATRE"- remembered. those who gave flowers, food and
of
veteran WW II and the Korean Mary Elizabeth Barrett of Keystone worker. He moved to Hampton in Roy F.Bryant donations to us during our time of
Conflict. Heights; six grandchildren and four 1975 and was a member of the Bap- Starke 964-5451 Betty Blackburn Family sorrow,
Survivors include his wife Mrs.
great-grandchildren, tist faith. Linda Smith Family A special thanks to Rev. Melyin
Billie L. Watson; his son, Charles held include two Ken- Open Every Night*
Funeral services were Survivors sons Roy E.Bryant Family Owen and Doyle Archer for their
Theodore Watson, Jr., also of Wednesday,June 24,at the chapel of neth Cane and David E. Cane of Dorothy Kitchens Family help and support.
Lawtey; his father, Charles A. Watson Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Hampton; one sister, Iva Yasass of Starts Friday
of Jacksonville; one brother, Rev. E. L. Bradley officiating. Sherburne, NY; two brothers, th
Frank Watson of Vidalia, GA; one Burial will be at a later date. Gerald Cane of Sherburne, NY and I f2.00-SPECIAL:
sister, Della Stewart of Baltimore, Harold Cane of Norwick, NY; 9 | Set. A lu... 3:00 Showing!,

MD.Funeral grandchildren and 14 great- L._-Tu* ...l2""._ ,;:;.

Wednesday,June services 17, in the were chapel held of Lucille Arrington Potter grandchildren.Funeral services were held Friday 7H ; ,1 I '

Brinklcy-Guerry Funeral Home Lucille A. Potter, born June 7, morning at the chapel of Archie Tan-
with Rev. Johnny Wayne Anderson 1901, died at her home in Augusta, ner Funeral Home with Rev. E. L. pilipRlScr qr
officiating. Masonic Rites were in GA.Mrs. Bradley officiating. Burial was in
Lawtey Cemetery with Brinkley. Potter was born in North Mount Hope Cemetery in Norwich MOBILE /j '
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny Augusta and lived most of her life NY, Friday, June 26, with Archie
in charge of arrangements.Iva there. She and her late husband, Tanner Funeral Home in charge of HOME CENTRAL AIR: q
Loren James Potter, were frequent
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arrangements. en A notch unit especially design
Elvira (Pevey) visitors in Keystone Heights. lay top
Ask about
ed for mobile home
Guerra Survivors include a Godson, Cree Bvaf Jr If.Soot
} pour. no money down special.
Iva Elvira (Pevey) Guerra, 90, of Kilpatrick of Augusta, GA; three Alice Shirley Locker r '
Keystone Heights,died Friday even cousins, Linda W. Wharton, Robert Alice Shirley Locker, 67, of Starke F.etyd4 'ZJ1 S4 pswoa
ing June 19 at Bradford County Veazy Walker, Keystone Heightsand
died
Friday, June 19, at her '
of Get-
Julia Walker Garrahy
Hospital following an extended il residence following a long illness. 3C
lness. tysburg, PA.

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I Nasworthy, Longtime Call St. Merchant DiesClark SUMMERTIMETUN 332 W.MADISON ST. e PH. 9647701Lee's

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Howell Nasworthy, 83, of Mr. Nasworthy was a 53-year ning of Caiianan, and a number of
Starke died Monday June 22, 1n member and past Worshipful nieces and nephews.!
Bradford Hospital after a long illness Master of Bradford Masonic LodgeNo. Funeral services were held
35. He was a charter member of Wednesday, June 24, at 2 p.m. in All Seats M.OO Restaurant
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the Starke Rotary Club, which was First United Methodist Church,with Showtime* 10:30 & 2:00 .
Born in Rebecca, GA, on Sept. 1, organized in 1937 a past president of Rev. Ballard Wilson conducting the : & fr.IJ1'
1903, Mr. Nasworthy came to the club, and a Paul Harris Fellow, services. Burial was in Crosby Lake ::rJ Lounge ,
Jacksonville at an early age wherehe He was also past president of the Cemetery with Masonic rites. Jones 301 DRIVE-IN .
was employed with grocery chain Starke Shrine Club, and a memberof Funeral Home of Starke was in Starke e 964-7484 800 N. Temple Avenue Starke
operations before moving to Starkein the First United Methodist charge of arrangements.The 964-6601
1931, where he opened a retail Church, where he held various offices family requests that expres- FRI. SAT. SUN
grocery on Call Street.After retiring over the years. sions of sympathy may be in the BUFFET (All You Can Eat)
from the grocery business he con form of donations to the Methodist EDDBEI&URPHYBIEVIEKLYUH1US! 1
tinued as a Philco appliance dealer Survivors include his wife, Church building fund for Sunday Beginning July
for many years until his final retire- Elizabeth Frances Nasworthy of School rooms, or the Starke Shrine I Lunch 11:3O a.m.3OO p.m.
ment in the earlv iw! Starke and one sister, Beatrice Man- Club Crippled Children's Fund. Adults 83.25 Children 92.BO (Under 10 Years)

Dinner 5OO p.m.-9:00 p.m.
I May State Attorney Report ., Adults 85.50; Children-$3.50Under 10 Years)
From ? Q _._ w w. Serve Regular Menu Also
Nettles arrested Sept. 30 for bation, make restitution, submit to dismissed at request of investigating
Showtime .:.. 1O:3O Week
mental health Open 6 Days A
forgery, uttering a forged bank exam. agency.
check, forgery, bank check endorse Thomas Sellers arrested Nov. 20 Pamela Nettles two charges of ..... Open for Lunch: 11:30 a.m. 3 p.m.
for sexual battery by use of force not forgery uttering a forged bank RADIO SOUND II
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ment (victim Community
for Dinner 3:00 10:00
endorse- ADMISSION Open p.m. : p.m.
injury check, forgery, bank check -
likely to cause serious personal -
Bank); pled guilty to forgery given dismissed defendant Adult .... 99' Closed
pled no contest to attemptedlewd ment; Sunday
five years probation with above ; Children.... SO'
case. assault, given five years proba- sentenced on other charges.
Nettles arrested Sept. 30 for tion,no contact with victim,undergo
Lawonda Ellene Crusaw arrestedDec.
mental health evaluation.
forgery, uttering forged instrument 18 for robbery insufficient
Betsy Jackson arrested Jan. 30 for ;
(Community State Bank); pled guilty
evidence to this defendant.
arrest with violence as
resisting :
forgery, placed on five pro
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