Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01766
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01766
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FLORIDA 32611 Inside... "1 ,t J1'

Two Sections
tICTION At $ Pog.i
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Florida Weather Bureau reports the weather will remain much sport.. . . . . .. ... ..7A .-.
the same as has been experienced for the past couple of weeks,with Public .
high temperatures in the 90's,and low temperatures in the 70's.The etrrapb
skies will be partly cloudy, with a chance of afternoon thundershowers SECTION .1'0 roan
each day, through Sunday. July 4 Iv.nli. . . . . ..ISSnak
Winds will be light and variable, higher near thunderstorms. Export. . . .. . .. .3.
Full moon Saturday, July 11, Last quarter, Friday, July 17. Drug Chargo.. . . . ...4S
Rainfall at the three Bradford County fire towers for the month of N.w. .'1.... . . . ...-.-..
June has been: New River, on SR-100W, 3.08 in.; Santa Fe, on ClaHlll Ad. .l15
US-301S, 2.00 In.; Highlands; on US-301N, 2.57 in. The 30 year T.nnl. Tourn.y. . . . ,*. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

t average rainfall has been, June, 7.07ln.JulY,7.99 in.,Aug., 8.10 In. Aroa Dth..n legth year STARKE., FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Board is Told

5'r s Dumping garbage at Ute gate noting It was the most positive thingto
when thedosed La wlcy collection center r* come out of the long discussion
1 e,1 li 1 baa CXMifrty OOOUDJSdOOCaTKsearching .. Monday afternoon July.
+' r for a way to prosecute. the "I'm not saying won't help you"
culprits. Sheriff Reddish told the commission. -
Chairman Lawrence Mosley asked But be can't take deputies off
Sheriff Dolph Redd sb., "What do other things: for time to man the
t we have to do to get you to enforce county's five waste collection
4 l V fn 1 our solid waste ordinance: ?" centers.
1' "Build a fire under my tail I **I don't really have an answer to
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:Od s reckon** replied Sheriff Redd b.. the problem." said Sheriff Reddish.He .
Seriously the sbenff said it is a asked for tile desires of the county -
4 1--- tough probtenx. The sheriff suggested commission and what it expects
f, } a round" table discussion with from the sheriffs office. "If you
9 he, state attorney's office investigator want tile sheriff office to do it, we
Wiley dark county' attorney need to talk about extra money,"
Reggie Flynn. and commissioner .. Reddish said.Federal .
Joe Riddick who ha been laws prohibit current
,f bounding illegal dumpers by deputy sheriffs from working overtime -
a1 though illegally dumped gomgme m tile law enforcement area
and contacting the mmti. unless they are paid at 1.5 overtime
Illegal dumping of garbage is rate said both Sheriff Reddish and
wy mainly a problem now at the Lawtejr Investigator Clark Reddish said
{ collection center, the only one cur there are retired lawmen available
rently manned and open from 19 locally who probably could be hired.
a.m. to 6 p.m. except Sunday and Chairman Mosley/ finally said. "I
City Line Crew Works on Clark Street... Monday. When the gate is lacked dolt want to sound negative either
garbage is dumped in front of A. but. essentially you're telling us
City Lineman Merren Lizenbee uses a chain saw Monday afternoon to linemen are Danny Grlffis. left and Cigar Andrews. Power was off oa
Darrell O'Neal solid waste director department can do nothing for
get a big pecan tree limb off of electric. lines on Clark Street. Other Clark Street for about a half an hour. The small emergency Interrupted your..
-- ,says that since Lawtey has been
the line_crews' dinner. closing at night the illegal dumping 'in'That's essentially correct"
problem has worsened at the SR-Z29 replied the sheriff who said it will
and Starke collection centers. take money to hire people for an in-
Lightning Winds Keep Line Crew Jumping To successfully prosecute a person cognito investigation.
who improperly dumps garbage. Commissioner Joe Riddick,
culprit must be observed in tne act. displaying a bunch of letters with
by Buster Rahn Hot Summer Days... And the sheriff said the observer names on them gathered from illegal
BCT Staff Writer The Starke Electric Department reports a 13 percent increase in electricity must be able to identify the culprit in dumping said he'd spent hoursat
For the past week or so, city line crews have been kept busy restoring consumed in the month of June, compared to the same month last court the Lawtey collection center. He
electricity to residents,,in all.parts of town. year. .. -T. -' 'rilv... .*._ Merely finding garbage at the gate said tile Solid Waste Department ,erg,
The increased use was caused by 58 additional hours i above 80 degrees of a collection center: and retnermg'an "cleaned op tne' road and he watched
Power lines have been knocked out as a result of local thunderstorms in in June, this year, compared to the same month last year. enevlope with the res deIJt". for tbe illegal dumpers.Riddick said
the area causing high winds to blow limbs across lines, and by lighten- This year, in June, there were 23 days in which the temperature reach- name on it does not prove the penoa be went to several families and
ing, which accompanies the thunderstorms. ed 90 degrees, compared to 17 days last year. did the illegal dumping, stressed some did pick up their garbage.
Electricity consumed in June this year was second only to the amount Sheriff Re Investigator Wiley Sbenff Reddish said there's nothing
Monday evening a limb fell across a power line on Clark St., behind used in July, 1986. Clark suggested illegal dumpers wrong with that.
Florida Bank, causing an outage for some thirty minutes. The line crew Since air conditioning became common place throughout the south, the could be summoned to the stale at -Well, that's where we are," the
had their supper delayed, because of that break. consumption of electricity has run higher in the summer months than in torney's office for questioning when sheriff said finally, and called for
winter. Prior to the mid 1960's, electric bills were higher in winter mon- their names are found in garbage the roundtable discussion.
Weather forecasters see a continuation of thundershowers for ths, because of the longer nights.If outside collection centers. Sheriff Clark then suggested issuing a su-
sometime yet,so line crews and residents can expect more power outages you thought June was a hot month, you were correct. The figures Reddish said that is one alternative.Tbe poena when names are found in illegally -
during the hot summer days. back you up. commissioners liked that idea dumped garbage.

_.'U/Jh 'fIot.o .., City County Zoning Meetings Reset for July 16 ]

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Frog Jump Contest... by Buster Rahn County Business... the requested changes. realtor firm is interested in the from M to 29. with each lot averaging -
BCT Staff Writer The county board of adjustmentwill classification cban ge Bill Tiffin told more than 13,000 square feet.
The fourth annual Frog Jumping The agenda for the city zoningboard's hear a request by Edward T. Forsythe Property... The Telegraph that information Tiffin says a CO ft. wide paved
Contest is set at 10 a.m. today special session set July 16 Gagnon for a special exception to Guy and Julia Forsythe, whose published June 25 was correct but street,required by city zoning rules,
(Thursday, July 9)) at the Bradford will remain unchanged from the allow a concrete batch plant on property property lies between SR-16 West required some explanation TiCin will be built in the subdivision giving -
County Library.The regular meeting,which was scheduled behind Mosley Tire Co. on and Woodlawn St., are requesting a said the net amount of land available each lot paved street frontage.
contest is for all ages. Kids for June 25,and cancelled for lack US-301S. The land is classified in- change in density.The for homes is 38X.16 square feet City sewer and water ones, not currently -
must bring their own frogs. of a quorum. dustrial, but a special exception is 11.6 acres tract is classified after deducting 102400 square feet in place will be provided by
The county board of adjustment is required for concrete batch plants. R1A, which requires each residential for a road and 21.7M square feet for tbe developer f or each of the
scheduled to meet at 6:30 July <
p.m. tM
winch cannot be us
lot to have minimum of 15,000 a cypress pond.
KPLOA Fish Fry... 16, followed by the city zoning board
City Zoning Agenda... The
square feet. Forsythes are requesting 291p1:
meeting, set for 7 The county ed.Tiffin "
p.m. sC1l'eigbtJoeaJcontrac ]
has The Tetegraf* a S
A fish fry is set at the Kingsley board of adjustment could not The city zoning board is slated to a change to classification given
Lake Civic Center by the KPLOAat muster June 30 at its hear 4 petitions in its special RIB, reducing minimum lot size to proposed plot plan plotted by been contacted for ;
a ,
quorum the have been
Pat Welch in which homes, but none
7 p.m. Saturday, July 20. meeting, some of which may draw 10,000 square feet. surveyor
regular session, and will be in
of home sues increased at this tune,said TiffiD.
and Inc. local
Guest speaker will be MaynardCox special session also. opposition from persons opposing Tiffin Owens a
Clay County authority on
poisonous snakes and how to treata

person when bitten. Possible Commission Told"Bring I
All members of the Association Raise $500,000 Cut Everything ,
and their guests are invited to at

tend. in $500,000 m new revenue pected'to increase from the current ty and the five percent salary in- Guidance Clinic... :; With the Association planning a

and cut every item you can, and I $89.63 per employee. Ms. Ellersonhas crease. Dr. Bill Lennon said the total new bmkJing the Starke industrial
think I can balance the budget," budgeted $105 per employee for There are currently seven deputy budget for tbe BradfordOnionGuidance park. Lanmer said he really needs
Free Meals... Clerk Gib Brown told county com- 1988, hoping that will cover the In- sheriffs. Reddish said he last requested Clinic is "'!.723. and the the money this year. Without the
Senior Citizens- and over: missioners Monday, July 6. crease. an additional deputy in two counties are fespuuublf for 25 county funds the Association can't
Free meals. Suwannee River The commission was to meet Based on preliminary figures the 80-81, but pointed out the county is percent of that, inrfcifting inkindservices. make the move be said. Larimer
Economic Council, Inc. 134 SouthSt. Wednesday night, July 8, on the county millage rollback figure is ex- growing. The services the Sheriff's said he'd asking the city for the
., Starke, serves a nutritionally sheriff's budget, which has to be ap pected to be slightly under nine Department renders is very expen- The request for Bradford County same ammin .
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, except proved by August 1 to send to the mills. With a state cap of 10 mills, sive but necessary, the sheriff said. is for 72115. up $3.435 over what
holidays. Department of Revenue. the county can raise some $275,000' Reddish, presenting his 15th was funded and the same amountrequested Solid Waste.
The commmission Is also set to by levying the 10th mill. banded nted out he traditionallyhas last year. A combined budget of$455,366 forrooolg
meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 13, New revenue is also in the works the county funds conser A difference of some ns.be ...most ; solid waste and mosquito
to work on the $5.6 million budget. from the proposed assessment for vatively. Per capita law enforce- made up by the Qndancr done control d by Supervisor
Upcoming... Deputy Clerk Esther Ellerson said waste. ment costs here are among the staff which earns fees from insurance Pane wasp
The Bradford County Commis- Wednesday, July 8, the June bills The county also has the option of lowest in the state, the sheriff companies and individuals The three budgets are: ""038 for
sion is set to meet at 7:30 p.m. are about to be paid, and then she adding two more cents to the current declared. for services rcoocfHjL zomag.. J8,5IJ1IC1l'.uUd waste and
Monday, July 13, in special sessionto can figure how much carryover will 4-cents per gallon gasoline tax, a Dr. Lennon pointed out his $174JZ1, : mosquito control.
work on its 1987-88 budget. be available for the 1988 budget. As move which would raise some Elections... medical malpractice insurance In ail.the solid waste program willcatahmpo0,000mextyearONeal
The Brooker City Commission is soon as the commission begins cut- 120000. A $101.828/ budget proposal was premiums are up to$50.000 per year.
set to meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, ting what it can, and makes a decision A new state law allows Increased presented by Supervisor of Elections an increase from $JI.I Ibis year. said. It is the first realistic budget
July 14, in city hall. whether salary increases can be charges in the clerk's office, Brown Neva Flynn, which contains only tile far thatlwo.cbel
The City Commission of Ramp afforded, progress can be made on has told the board.In five percent pay raise and budgetsfor an increase insonmg
ton is set to meet in regular session'at the budge a preliminary June 23 meetingon two elections. County Library-. fees,saying tt cost the zoning
7 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, in city the budget, the commission heard Mrs. Flynn made note of the In presenting a $85.054 budget office an average of $5*to process a
requests of nine officials: March 8 presidential preference' Librarian Arnold Weeks: said be is reclassification request in the county
hall.Both city and county zoning primary and the big Sept. 6 first asking for an increase of some and paiD the city which requires
boards have scheduled ial Unexpected Income... Spending Requests... primary election. The second $6,000 including UJOM in salaries more notification.
meetings for Thursday July 16. Commissioners got some pleasantnews Everybody approaching the coun- primary will be in the 88-89 budget. and turn for booksv O'Neal said tbe zoning office
The county board of adjustmentwill July 6 when Clerk Brown an- ty commission June 23 thought their Average cost of a bard cover book should pay its own budget
meet at 6 p.m. Both zoning nounced the county has received request to be important and County Agent... for the library is $31. Weeks said. Attending teas meeting
boards have scheduled meetingsfor $125,000 from the 1/2-cent state sales ,justified, noted Clerk Gib Brown. "This is probably the biggest increase CPA Pat Y,....__u.. who is also despite doctor's orders to stay flat
7 p.m. Four Important issues tax collected in the county and But the veteran clerk asks I've ever asked for," said a member of the board of directors' on Ins back far two weeks with aback
are to be heard, and are delayed $150,000 from the state's 4-cents per "Where in the world are the dollars County Agent Bobby Taylor in asking of Santa Fe Community College. problem O'Neal said "If the
from the previous meetings at gallon gasoline tax. coming from?" the board to consider his $62,023 asked Weeks why the tOjUt from back doesn't kill me. I guess this i
not present to $12,790 over his 88-87 SFCC is not included In ins budget budget w U."
which quorums were That will help the budget and help budget, up
'do business. See article in this edi- some county roads, Ms. The Sheriff..... budget. Weeks said be didn't know be was Tbe commission is planning on
pave say "
tion of The Telegraph./ Ellerson. A new deputy to cost $33,399 in the The agent's Increases are$6,677 in supposed to include it. and didnt solid waste assessment to cover thegreatly
Qualifying is set from noon July startup year is being requested by salaries and benefits, and $4,800 in know if the SFCC funds would be increasing solid waste costs.
20 to noon July 24 for the upcoming. Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who told the office equipment including a $3.000 continuing Farnsworth said the I
Aug. 7 election In the City of i board he will not appeal his budgetto computer. He asked for funding of SFCC funds should properly be part
Starke. Mayor Vernon Silcox, Com Budget Talk... the state Department of Revenue. one-half of a secretary's salary cut of the budget now. rather than an Hamemaker Program...
missioner Charles Schaefer, City New spending requests are "Whatever is done will be done by the state.Commissioner. amendment at the end of the year. An $M17 Bradford HCJIIMID81EerPnct'am
Clerk Neil Tucker, and Police Chief $581,308 above anticipated Income, right here In this room" pointed out Maxie Carter asked The Handicapped.. request far M17 is the
Jimmy Bowen. are up for re says Ms. Ellerson, the finance direc Sheriff Reddish, pointing out he also "What happened to the steak dinner same amount budgeted. in SC-C7.Theprogram
election. tor. Included are five percent salary favors local control and it's "our ?" Director Bob Larimer of the into homes of the
third Tuesday meeting of "That happens after the budget is Association of Bradford Retarded goes
The increases for the county's 125 money and our people. and take them toPKY
the city commission of Starke Is set employees. An increase of $76.53511 requestedby approved," replied County Agent Citizens asked the county for an io- elderly the.....-clean-- -op. -
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21. Health insurance costs are also ex the sheriff, mainly the new depu- Taylor. crease of szz..JIJO.. fr f

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH July*,1987

4 I, Lawtey Joins Waste Disposal Effort

h&Nk& II II I by Buster Ram- N Aanoe _-. ": Jl.iR atosid Owners of rental property will be
I BCT Staff Writer wosOr 6111 antler: existing: asessed for the number of
,I Join tile county in auBMBBfcq fiw 1ItIIIIe- Tesidences on his property,and will
disposal of solid waste or yen caaft ZJ Pay me ...., a adp6rtedas pas tte cost to renters through
I II use the county landfill. the Laaaey -1.esaia ssrsdai.sad len paDr. higher rents. All residents will pay
I council was told Monday night.JWh/ ......,.--- ...,,iesiremlasvtaTsf the same amount. Commercial
6, by Commission Cfcairmaa ... firms' and other garbage producing
Lawrence Mosley : Baps me YaOCa1 agteemeatafa.g facilities will be charged accordingto
The Lawtry council IminmrJ art De M sees the amount of solid waste produced -
hawed over 30 minutes rasUtanC ....." .IS"" """ ;said Mosley.Councilman .
there isn't*choice voted**to jh. saiit .. .... ... Buster Bennett ask-
fr the county in a single tx district. -- __ IzK 6Itrid,. ill ed.What amount per household?"
u Chairman Mosley and C mm>- w1h .u cool'-dma sweet ill the
"We don't know the amount yet
stoner E.4 Nook)Normn a' m1II- sandy.u lie
IaRd: ;;Bawds CIIIIIIIIift'IoCIIII but at least $50 household,
ed the council meeting to present be lima. -.ee 1KIW.1v.: low per. per
aJ which,in cQect,altswv Ctae .......JIll-.daalii! year. said Mastey.Councilman
0 county to assess residents ."What people
porated areas jut well as umidemla .. lie ttai. tae ..umc will be
-It will be bandied as other
..... any
of the county. d IlnlllillllIIIIIe lax aasxtes'ss
Mosley explained the opt rn reaedstao.J .wallheoelas-
available..to the city: lid__tm; .- ilBCJirtIDIJw.: see Lawtey )

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Sixteen students have successfully completed the Whispering Care Center with academic classes We're If No Answer Can 964-8921 '
240-hour nursing assistant training program at the at the SFCC Starke Center. The new nursing aide Computerized
Starke Center'o|Santa Fe Community College. graduates are now Certified Nursing Assistants under Priarrnacy -
The 16 graduates are (1-,:): Florida law.Instructor.
First row-Felicia Jenkins and Sylvia Johnson. for this class the fourth at SFCC held here
Second row. Karen Pelaei, Terri Paterson, Pam in Starke and the second In the new center,was Millie
Perkins Debbie GUchrest. Hitchcock,a registered nurse with specialty as a nurs-
Third'row.Andrea Williams Francis Gunter Wilma ing practitioner, who has just retired from a long
McDaniel Cheryl Chamberlain Juanita Jackson. career as a public health nurse in Bradford County. See Us Today For These
Fourth row-Pricllla Carter Angela Jenkins. The nursing assistant program covered such topics
Not shown In photo: April Kocker Juanita Jackson, as nutrition, legal responsibilities and ethics, communication Services and Many More
Dot McCasklll. skills, medical terminology, safety and
_Supervised clinical '!4.sesslon.>> were_held' at_ .sanitation, and patient_care._ t '
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Glad.To Be Here, Says Scotty's Managementby Generic Drugs Available I 4

Joe GissyBCT plumbing supplies. Hams loom, Cashier Kym Casey says, "I just Third Party. Insurance Flans I A Looking Big Generic For
power tools,automotive accessories love working for Scottie's.Scottie's Charge Accounts Kited Selection?
Staff Writer such as floor mats, light bulbs, has been a benefactor of .
The management at the new Scotty's filters and the Sunshine Industries in' - - --- --
paint painting supplies. project - - - -
Hardware Store is""extremely Greeting cards are also a featured Bradford County, donating ------ --
happy to be in Starke, says Scott .
display.A materials to them, and buying products
Hinson, manager of the new store! total J of nine, have he" .... -
pw ple from them. Bob Larimer, ....... w-hems
just opened at the Marketplace_._ elupIUYt.'U I"" "" LWU 1 WI LUlie ana director of Sunshine Industries,was l9sOfou. J An Isl ssFiSq
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A full line of hardware is displayed seven part time employees given the honor of sawing the 2 by 4, | -
in the store.Household Items,bowls, Manager Scott Hinson has already to open the new facility.He was also Sale Still In Progress
utensils ,pots and pans, garden ac- moved to Starke, and Head given a free shopping spree of$500 in LEILA'S DRESS&GIFTS : A Specialty Girt Shop -
cessories and tools. Fishing equip- Salesman Ken Crenshaw is planning merchandise donated to Sunshine Bradford Sq.Shopping die.Nothing a- :Sznae aaa the living Ie easy with goodies
ment and a full line of electrical and tp move here soon. Industries. _
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Filter Assembly_ Plant

Approved by CommissionOverriding

its zoning board, county -
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commissioners approved a -
reclassification from open rural l --- -..

air-conditioning(OR) to light industrial filter(iLW assembly) for an .. M ., _-_

plant on SR-16 north near the in- r
tersection with CR-223.

Mrs. Janice Garber told the com -..,. ,1{.
mission and showed the three partsof
an air-conditioning filter the shop
of she and her husband, Forest G.
Garber, would be assembling.
Nothing will be manufactured in the
shop; all the parts will be purchased at x-r
outside and stored in the shop until / 741
used, Mrs. Garber said. J .
Commissioner Wilbur Waters asked .
"Didn't we Just rezone that corner -
?" Yes, said Zoning Director (
Darrell O'Neal, that and the sand-
wich shop across the street were _
reclassified to CG(general commercial -
). Zoning Board Member Rip
Replogle said general commercial
classification was meant for ser-
vices,rather than of
business O'Neal told the boar -----..........
After some hesitation, the board "".<'-
approved 5-0 the motion of Commissioner _
Maxie Carter Jr. to approvethe
reclassification. The zoning -
board recommended 3-1 to deny the ------ -- .. ..
request. In Honor of Our Constitution..

Garber Request... -.....- Sept. 12 is declared Constitution Day .. BrjHUM<4 Cmy by.....pew Both tit*count;commission and the Starke commission were visited by
Starting Up... clamation signed by Commteshia Ck rmaa Ijmmnxie Mmi....?'.'!Wc...... Mr*. Brawn and Holtzendorf to kick off the local campaign to honor the
Garber's request was to rezone a Janice Garber man hands a .signed proclamation t.Dcbc :........... :......- L.ffi.Ca.Mitatiesenits200thanniversary.
Ms. shows the partsof .
3/4 acre tract is located 5 miles NW Jewell Brown and Republican(sv.n0dseChaU. R.C Ussehrsrarst.
of Starke, on SR-16, across from an air-conditioning filter which
Carla's Sandwich Shoppe. Garber will be assembled in a new plant on
told the zoning board he wants to SR-16 NW. County commissioners

erect manufacture a metal of filters.building He for further the overrode the their nneratlon.zoning board and approved Lawtey Joins County in Waste Disposal Feefrom

stated that 70 percent of the building Brown has served notice
would be used for storage, he would
have a maximum of 3 employees, Pennesi Request... ( page 2*>>> i in I the momcmploaeed aee.s.1 thecounty ll. 'employees,including council Councilman Willie Strong finance
and traffic would not exceed one to delinquent tax bill," Mosley told ,, and ;a coast Aff ttnims n JDeftIIe chairman, advised the council that
two semi-trailers per week. The commission concurred with him.The under wy .m Stxrike. Bmwter. The proposed plan provides life insurance the city continues in the "red,"have
its zoning board in approving the request agreement is drawn for 5 tact-ley and aiaanpUnm. edh! ut One : ,as.well as health insurance ing spent some $700 more during
of Mario and Cecelia Pennesito after which time, the If our towns as! aniked to MetaterUocall far
Yates Request... years county toeing gms boob employees and their June than was taken in.
establish a food business, on U.S. will again request the city to continue l ago vimesL Iamdi111 is a requirement of the
The commission with the
agreed 301 across from Green's Welding.The in the since the SSenneffit sauli,'"fljEtf Is iAv
and program snmeNtiaq. ply i KroU!said!,for the city to pay at
zoning Zenaida board in granting from Jerry RSF- zoning change requested, OR, disposal of solid waste will be an It iBrtt @ Yates' a change open rural,to CI, intensive commer- ongoing operation, according to remark,,ttbe eutmad wMled 54*to >g7a employee but not for the the Streets Committee said his
MH mobile home to RSF-1 rural
cial,was changed to CG,a less intensive Chairman Mosley. The agreementdoes the agreemem family members. department needed repair parts for
single family. This is a return to the
classification which would not address the amount of the The council took no action on the equipment, which was approved for
former classification,after a lawsuitwas
cover the uses specified by Pennesi,
assessment, which may increase, :If JllRJp IIaJL purchase.
filed contesting an earlier and approved. Basic groceries, the cost of solid waste disposal increases Heal !les.n.er
change. The reclassification will not sandwiches and snacks, no seated or if ground water con SlieVC- KjTvUJL, tm fHf fnttnnf Ilk
stop the law suit, attorney Terence dining, were specified.
tamination is found. George Retorts; lnmuroimre c.,
Tax Assessor Jimmy Alvarez :Stark, pfd ;a plain bar providing .
estimates_ _there are 7,000 residences toeattb office! tmr tie EE

Worth Noting:11 .....d.. E.J

Hollingsworth Visit... Summer Jobs... Custom Home Builders let WARREN'S

Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth, Applications for JTPA/Summer .
D-Lake City announces that he or Youth Employment Program are Building or RemodelingBaths
his legislatives aides, Jack Vinson available at the local Job Service Heating & Air Conditioningservice

and Karen Camechis, plans a July Office at the Bradford-Union Vo- e Kitchens Add-l-Bana prepare you for hot, humid Florida
9 visit here as part of a visit Tech Center.
throughout Florida Senate District Applicants must be economically Summers!
5 to discuss and assist individuals, disadvantaged.14 through 21 years or Come; See Our New Log idrd Homeor
all ofair
organizations, and county govern- of age, and a Bradford County resi He-Roof Your Honor We service
ments with problems on the state dent. For more information, call and
conditioners heaters ..
government level.The :' the Job Service Office*Monday- Call 964-7230 or 964-4799 Eves. ,
schedule calls for Sen. Holl- 8 964-7230 964-4799
Friday, a.m. 5 p.m., 9648092. Days Evenings
ingsworth or his aides to be at the -I- ..
Bradford County courthouse from
10:30: a.m. until noon July 9, and at
the Union County courthouse from ABSOLUTE
1:30-3: p.m.Lawtey.

! Trash... Window

I II I Garbage will be picked up in I AUCTION
Lawtey each Tuesday and Friday,
I announces Clerk Queenie Robinson.
This is a change from Monday
i} and Friday pick up days. Dressings

i I
I (Former Winn Dixie)
Dress Your Windows With Character
Air Park Baptist THURS. JULY 9 7:30 P.M. -
Ladies Aux. to Sell ,
Portrait CertificatesThe STARKE FLA.

ladies auxiliary of Air Park 825 Walnut Street
Baptist will be selling $3 certificatesfor (
a 11 x 14 family color portrait by (Also.known as US 30-1

Continental Family Portraits. Bradford Shopping Center) lY
, They will be in front of Scotty's, by Price Sale I
I Winn-Dixie, Friday, July 10, from 4 2
to 6 p.m. This Is a complete piece by piece liquidation of all equipment
For further information contactthe used In the operation of this former Winn Dixie.

church or a church member. All Items sell for the highest dollar bid at absolute aucLEV OR@ -

Two Realtors tlo ...no!.rnlnlrnurn_ ...no reserves._ Check this partial. Verticals
:M'MIIIMLPpr"' (.,,. .._...__
Receive CertificatesCecelia ta'HUH HIPur. (t)eel'mmi fralltom '
HIM rants 4>n '_- Free
Terwillegar of Ter- I.r..nn.nL7 d.ar e..w..h.wlrV --.
willegar Realty and Vernie Odom of IV.UM Hill Knoll.mmmt 'WL"Mf"' Free Installations I
Floriland Realty received certificates 44'.IMM frOTh mmmt 23'LKM_.we
WwiM L.-.fJOO 1rLNM er.d..a
of membership at the |121 1*'MMrmi SlMrvr titonrfSvtoaM eralyd.ii
Florida Association of Realtors'Diamond Klhol.. ._iii.l r.-..._ Free Valance I
Pin Club breakfast. The e'dry SdtoiMt r NNrlrLa
meeting was held In the Riverwalk den.e..le .w..w.al.wrr Shop at Homel
34.11 wrge.r a'w.r.e.N.
Boardroom, Sheraton at St. Johns (!).'./.<"*)". -..b..d.ll-r
Place,Jacksonville June 18. )C2'"'./.._- _-II"'" .
Henry Mates, Jr., the featured Motirt tO-..ml.*rW (2)ta......
speaker, presented a program of (12'-11I.-".'.-- .c.-..N..Mrwwd..K .
humorous and comical interpretations ...-..- .,._-
on "Romance of Selling. .,._ ------ I
./. Mwl..dsv.._ Krweart.N-r :
1O>1O Incur /../ ri..r t..10..I-wl..N I Il..lne.
..., r m>tH 4 llaarH (It)dM.L..d.llq
Ial......,..'....- (1)sIP- Shades Vs Price
Sale Still In Progress _xs.et.11-......-1- -i..e..dr.- I

LEILA'S DRESS & GIFTS .10 k...__/..llllo.. r (2)d..a..dl. Woven Woods
Ito: 'L.-... (t,$.,.a..rrw.
Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr. 12'-' "'. at.IT' Ht>l.ll.4Uli Ift _
K--- c.c. .,.,.-
( .tot..cfc. M.N.eIN.tw.nl..rie.e .
<(<.)-........ -....-
>M k track -- Imported English Lace
SMALL: WORLD = |l*"|:;::'
0..nK-1SHW a..er.r.rMdr
CARE oils.. MfBM.SALI 'x.- .". Tablecloths Bedspreads
DAY 7..a/.:, Mw.I-.r ,

SITE: The auction will be h.ld at the former Winn Curtain PanelsDixie
Enroll. Now...S v..1 825 Walnut Street. In the Bradford Shopping

Center In Starke. Fl. /

COMMIT TERMS: Cash Cashier's Check
IDUCATIONA1 MOO. check. All Items sell "As Is- .... Is".j -
HOT INSPECTION: All day sale until sale time.
iron&Ami Mickey Huber. owner
PICK UP INFORMATION: Call Sale Manager. Tommy Breedlo_. In ,

Covlngton. OA. ((404)) 786-2312 or Toll Free w. E VIsa Day. Evening
MON. -'- FRI.
& Appointments
4,7ourn. p.m. 1.800-233-1860. ..... Weekend

: Ihrfn Calllno.. onus

.rat. U<. OOOM14i Serving Starke, Keystone, and Gainesville

964-5232 1 13771248V

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rap&4 TJ'IU'B J.tys4ltartEDITORIAL

The Wayward Bus to Blanding

Many strange things happened In Starke
TOTFL ET TNl during the hectic days of 1941 when Camp

Blanding was teeming with service men
from all parts of the country during the
early days of World War I. Tb C" fNCYICIE $-

Perhaps one of the strangest was the incident Td CAMP
of the"kidnapped bus",as reportedIn
the June 7,1941 issue of the Dixie Division -_ aL }NOfN

newspaper, which was edited by Maj.
Hodding Carter, Greenville, Miss.
newspaper publisher. He was the father of / Jill ,
Hodding Carter II who perhaps wasn't ,
even born in 1941, but is now a well.known
TV commentator and newpaper colum-

nist, based in Washington, D.C.

FMMS' "The Dixie," as the newspaper was
known, was written by and for servicemenat
Blanding,and was printed in the plant of No one thought it cause for alarm when a' was no follow-up story explaining his ac

The Bradford County Telegraph. Those young man, dressed in civilian clothes, tion.
WSa The Seal Be*Bfartfocz Please Stand Up? were the days before The Telegraph had a entered the bus, climbed into the driver's Perhaps it was due to the hot, muggy

-. modern offset press that prints from a roll seat and took charge of the controls. The weather; perhaps one too many bottles of
4 4TlaeISoswrg"GraestEditorial of newsprint which prints as many as six- bus lurched from the station, but instead of beer; or maybe just the thought of return-
teen pages at a time, at the rate of heading due east for the camp, the driver ing to the rigorous routine of training in the
thousands hour. turned right, then headed south in the hot sands of Camp Blanding.But .
is an analysis of the first six month's of per
direction Gainesville..
In those the old flatbed Whitlock ; one thing is sure-if he was suffering
Governor Bob .Martinez administration, as prepared by state headquarters days,
press printed only four pages at a time and "Saaay," drawled one Dixie Divisionlad from homesickness, he was headed in the
of the Florida Democratic Committee. suddenly aroused from his "don'tthis direction.
the newsprint came in sheets, instead of a nap, wrong
Admittedly, this analysis is open to charges "partisan politics", continuous roll, and had to be fed Into the bus go to Camp Blanding?" .*.

although it was prepared with data abstracted from sixteen of the State's press by hand. After being printedb the "This bus is going to Gainesville," the Other news briefs from Camp Blanding
sheets were turned over ck driver shouted. "But I'll take you during the hectic days of 1941:
leading daily newspapers.The through the press to print the other side, anywhere in Florida you wanna go!" -Starke Boy Scouts were making a
then had to be through folder in of overcrowded living conditions in
run a a survey
reader may draw his or her.own conclusions and is welcome Now thoroughly convinced that they
separate operation, before the slow, Starke to use in an effort to obtain Federalaid
give voice to Ids or tier own opinions in the letters column of this laborious process was complete. were on the way toward being AWOL door the funds.
soldiers began crowding toward the ,
newspaper "The Dixie" had a free circulation of which the driver, in his baste to depart, -Col. R. H. Kelly was appealing to the
over 10,000 to the men stationed at Blan- had failed to shut. Some of them began State Road Board for a network of
Bob Martinez I.C..earr of Fhnda. of SZSjHO eacn to replace the one chief of staff ding and it would take Sergeant Goff, a jumping, and the drivernothing, if not highways to serve Camp Blanding.Soldiers' .
5bgbtJy UI5e ..yn .... cdiIIC: .. a employed by his predecessors. He also made certain young pressman serving in the 31st (Dixie) accommodatingstopped and let the rest Joy, a boomtown jook near
"icturn t.the taaaoTsaying _srtep.aies sed.. aid that his campaign pilot found a job in state Division, almost a week to run the papers get off before proceeding on to Gainesville. Standing's main gate, was declared "off
****** -C-.1DIAe; a aideaoe:' government,despite the fact that the Department through the press and get them folded. limits".

There are 1If'wnI."s..... _aiaeasmra of General Services had no jobs for pilots. Mar- In the meanwhile, back at the OrangeBus
boo'iaoci,-P..d ....a...mi ewaasrsethatkssbeesn. 1ia zederedtheDepartmentofTransportationto"Easy' Right Bus-Wrong DriverOne Lines station, the real driver came out -Starke's population Increased from
office only BOIbowtberbetonecf....aa.1LeartsrtateaYetiat/ his friend a too. The pilot's new job was to find his bus and passengers gone. The 1,339 in 1930 to 1,495 in January 1940. and
die tasddaae-_- created at an additional cost 01933,488 to Florida's of the funniest and most unusual incidents Bradford County Sheriff's office was 5,000 by Dec. 31, 1940, due to arrival of
theaetmis.ftIe.t4wtaliesaysas taxpayers. No one begrudges a newly elected ever published in "The Dixie" was notified, and the police and state highway Blanding.The .

sistent von what lie lies! De'" awes,refinect governor appointing trusted allies to jobs, but, on in the issue of June 7, 1941, reporting the patrolmen gave chase, overtaking the kid- Camp Commander warned all
Ills jx roams aDd De eapettabrs lie crated UK same da; that Governor Martinez proudly announced story of a group of Blanding soldiers "who napped bus on the other side of Waldo. The owners of cattle and hogs to get them out of
amcmg rlroae sb.cased__... #! a hiring freeze on 2,000-plus state jobs, got more ride than they bargained for." driver refused to stop until the officers the camp area by "end of the week".
sncn taring extravagances again raise the quest managed to get ahead of him, set up a
It seems that 36 recruits were seated in -The Starke City Council was faced with
as."believe what say"or"believe what I do." an Orange Lines bus one Sunday afternoonin roadblock, and drew their guns.
.1 beta :r ,{f providing more toilet facilities after Col.
SlID further questions have been raised concerning Starke, waiting for, and expecting, an As the mystery unraveled, it was McNease threatened to stop soldiers com-
,dOeS 'I miJ'ce: : i.t'.SO' the appointment of Mary Stipanovich,wife of uneventful ride back to Blanding. The discovered that the uninvited driver was a ing into Starke in such large numbers.
Martinez's chief of staff for external affairs, as weather was hot and stuffy, and some of soldier- second lieutenant from Fort
Hostess of the Governor's Mansion. the dozed in their seats while others -Call Street property was selling at
Wbm Bob X8'tIIIIs war s..n ill.G.retarr Mary Bragg, in spite of the fact that he wore
of nonda. cud tLat FYrirJa .t'rebss M Sbpanovten starts her job at an annual salary of read magazines, or laughed and joked civilian clothes. He was turned over to $162.50 per front loot-considered a princely
at that time.In .
edaohas CMOOnom a more than her predecessor about their experiences in boomtown price
the bases" yotobe safety! prtltse year military authorities at Blanding, but there
pubbc -.ada. aDd gal6ise wtst. Ykeet a us who had held the same job for six years. At a time Starke.
obligation I* She people of FHanda nt a --- when he was calling on his top department heads
meat..bcnestr! ;: aDd ama ty.Dmtmg : .. .. ptimttue; their Budget requests in order to

sa- 6nC u. da tale Martinez M- streamline the state budget, this appointment
.. dearly illustrates the ongoing inconsistencies bet- County Agent's Notebook
1DJDIS1J'atMm' sespb.tie eff.rts a "tears wees what the Martinez Administration "says"and By Bobby Taylor
ids tale I'aIUIIIs adeopla
basics" have ma--c what it-does."
piwbMms d stave$ ._-""- .

Sixty days one Lit adiutraimea, Naamnsz : ; Summer is a great time to enjoy things Leaves Three Beware open fields, Poison Ivy may look like a
confessed' in a aaa.>.papa aoservvew 5 whn die Qr.Ida1J.J.s'Qf1: ; ,d r ilto !' like hiking and camping. But, before you shrub.
Florida n0IIIt1le'1lriadl e day :many (" I go tramping off into beckoning woods, you most common poisonous: Poison Ivy
adjusting la toe adsev case and diqueaniy d state should familiarize yourself with some of Poison Oak, and Sumac, and tell you Poison Oak usually has the appearanceof
.....bL- the more common poisonous plants. A little where you might find them a low-growing shrub. As the name implies -
"really diieaUigysaeaittiynLa.etew.rk Saying that he opposed early release of preparation could save you days of uncomfortable Now is a good time to be discussing the slender, upright branches bear
it."be saiil-Tln).B s ralaeEkeaaspteulydat "&oners to relieve state prison overcrowding, after-effects, resulting from poisonous plants, because the sap of these leaflets which resemble oak leaves. Poison
aidtbeinrl edible..LerdaceslLataloeYa- Governor Martinez moved to shift the responsibility contact with such noxious weeds. This leafy enemies is most abundant during the oak also grows in trees, like poison ivy.
ward." of dung:so from his office to the Secretary week I'll talk about poisonous plants in summer And. it's usually the sap which Usually, the undersides of the leaves are
Break of the Department of Corrections. By abdicating general, and then go into a little detail causes the problems. Poisonous plants can lighter in color, because they're covered
has 1eadInI! p.,Martinez avoided making difficult about some of those most frequently en- be divided into two groups; those which with fine hairs.
itreimons on early prisoner release himself. countered. cause skin irritation, and those which

mlllfiortjdMi'ofs'tcLte State Jaw requires that the release Usually, we think of poisonous plants as cause internal distress, and in rare cases, Poison Sumac grows as a woody shrub.
Kicilljstoettt$SOp governor
prisoners when the population of state species found only in the woods. Actually, even death. for small tree, It never has the vinelike appearance .'
gaoerntn&rit,* readies 90% of capacity. This law was the prisons result they're everywhere. I'll describe the three Many factors influence the poisonous'' ,jlf many other poisonous plant.
of a federal lawsuit challenging nature of a particular kind of plant. The Poison Sumac is often found near swamps
Florida's prisons.. In late overcrowding Florida's.pproacbed in poison may be dispersed throughout( a and ranges from five to six feet to as muchas
Elute 4. a pr.miae to -..- t11t0 railpoas January, plant, or it may be localized in a specific 25 feet in height. the leaves are divided
prisons that 99 level. Instead
% of
out" d stale g. --Cs budget, a paeasse eroamg gubernatorial Martinez call ex- f, plant part, such as the roots, berries or into( seven to thirteen leaflets that grow in
Marthwssarme J.'ry l-4 Bb ed a special session of the powers, seeds. And, the amount of poison in a plant pairs. A single leaflet is found at the end of
Legislature to
&, -fr sad..... ... propriate 345 million dollars to increase ap-the may vary even among plants of the same each stem. In the spring, the leaves are
law floe largest -cIe cas freers( s J'1IanIa- capacity of the state prison system and to transfer species depending on the time of year, bright orange and velvety in texture.
lsistary-s7p toilhassstlbafsaraa.ttsaftiweampsiga the authority to release prisoners early to the Need To weather conditions, and the soil. Also, Later, in the summer the upper leaves
t mg effice. waaatq ..- Department of Corrections.While claiming to be a Exercise Their reactions vary among people, dependingon become dark green and glossy, while the
Frsnse Ie at giverat geadea6 strong manager Martinez again avoided the their health, age, and sensitivity to the lower leaves turn a paler green.
While Martinez is..Iie.- the
--c Right to Vote poison.
responsibihties of
leadership on this critical issue
ecomarmie rea.lilWS": aperamag ftast.__--'- Poison Ivy may have a variety of leaf These are our most common poisonous
Uus represents a maJor std .Ls pIIIIcF.: As a Editor, Telegraph: shapes. But one identifying feature remains plants. But, there are many more that you
caudldat.e" ]faitsa rippated ta sseeasrs aid J don't helievciri It is now that time of the year when we constant, the leaves always come in should learn to recognize and avoid. It's
argued lorne eutbIC gwet>tiest spesdaag; a a havingAs "celebrate" government. We either con- threes, with two of them directly opposite especially important to keep young
'ly steeled es lie Ias s.pp.rted. die N I tact our favorite political office holder,our each other. White waxy flowers may be children away from such dangerous
largest lag and M4e4 i exaaes n 1'JInda- public servants, and tell them how much found on smaller branches. These species. And in case of suspected plant
history. Will the real Cob fttarbsrz par.e stand we like the way they conduct their job or sometimes stay on the plant even after the poisoning regardless of the victim's age.
up? express our desire to see certain changes leaves have fallen Poison ivy commonly it's wise to contact a physician immediately
Florida's Deli avaitit faders Lave leugrecogomed Florida's first Hispanic governor, it was expected made. Or if we don't think a political office grows as a vine, climbing into trees, over if there are signs of internal distress or
Ulatk.do.- "" _-a&- that Martinez would bring particular senntmty holder is doing his job right, as a responsible fences and up the sides of walls.However, shock.
tag goals tbat are acxaevafcdeMartinez's ... ... to minority issues to his office. Nothing citizen we need to help find a replace-
pledge ..cst __ aaoDir. .-.- state conbl be further from the truth. In the first 150 ment for him or her. We need to
grvvmm a's liadet .ns _pty and" days of his administration Martinez tried to move "celebrate" government by talking to
rhetoric that didnt bold ao taller dIIIe exasralaon. me Commission of Hispanic Affairs out of the friends and neighbors and fellow church
A 'pragmatic' pwttaaiaal Maatmset .tk.sfdhareabasdaoedhsrLeYtiebaLeAset.L.k governor's office opposed continuation of the members and give serious consideration to
state holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, what direction we want our government to( i aiA
on to the rhetoric aDd ...- IIIIIe largest tax ..- and shot down the Office of Minority Affairs and go. The voters, usually a small percentageof
crease in state w7- the Commission on the Status of Women. His the citizens, actually select our public Ask Bob Graham
record is one of callous indifference to women and office holders. The people who vote deter
What are tbe people.da. 1Id ..estatsaror aairio mine who is elected.
eve what I dT" vAs If you would like to exercise your right United States SenatorYour
governor,Martinez has appointed no black to
as a citizen of the City of Starke you needto
head a state agency. Black leaders say that Martinez check at the County Courthouse to be
is"turning the clock back,and that"he has to vote and that questions are importantto
sure you are registered Mates, located in the Keys, couldbe
done more to set black people back in the timehe's you live in the city. The last day you can me. You deserve to knowwhat's damaged.
been there than all other governors( put before the election is Friday
togetherffis /" register city going on in Washington.You Florida's congressional dele-
August 7. deserve to know where I
effort to downgrade the Commission on The incumbents who will probably seek gation -- Republicans and
Bopamc Affairs drew sharp response from re-election this year are Police Chief Jimmy stand on important issues.That's Democrats is united on this is-

tCbesiBobl/artkasaae 1JeI,bepledyedo ..1Legwvs'sdffioein sta6ebssaessthe"simhme"dpiIDticscrstr Huipamc- leaders who accused Martinez of Bowen; City Clerk Neil Tucker; Group why I look forward to sue. We oppose unsafe offshore

.e-.aa-far "tetraytag" them after an Intense courtship of 4 Commissioner Vernon Silcox, and Group answering your questions in this drilling in environmentally sensitive -

as to saythat mtepad/..__..die....... then during the 1966 campaign. "The first 2 Commissioner Charlie Schaeffer. To regular column.
areas. So does Governor Bob
Hispanic governord Florida is doing away with a return them all to office all you have to do
lad .daeseiisled
business bees ox+. ct ..edd Our office receives about
that would Is do If citizen feel they Martinez.
program help Hispanics many of nothing. you as a
d boa d
on. BJA..C
whom. need that need to be 5,000 pieces of mail a week sometimes -
dollars on tt4em abertsmg M .trate tLseommrtmut are new immigrants-move into the whole some opposition, they This spring U.S. Interior
uniiiiuiiify." The Democratic-controlled House challenged then get out and find a friend Floridianslike
more. Many -
the JIIIIIIIIe d Ptsama wee led w Secretary Donald Hodel proposed
of Representatives has voted to restore the status neighbor or fellow church member to run Dana A. of
behave thud'g..ermnot ill die amaLse ..... Key
a five-year plan for offshore oil
of the Commission and its funding. against them. You have to hand it to( the
be preserved aid-banewsfL Billartia as Largo are concerned about the
do friends and and leasing. The does
encumbents for plan
Martinez's elimination of the Office of they get gas not
governor.On Affam and his opposition to the King holiday Minority ilkBtrates cronies to give them financial support and prospect of oil drilling in waters go far enough to protect the en-
his first day : tIII.ice.. ffar0.es
and work in the
others out
to get near our coasts.
bs to the needs of vironment
aha atoned his eaaaaact.e.tspa insensitmty the black and public protests
meetings ad eampsap_ WIllI 15 SbICeSellatan.SayJa&J ,;- "' .:jr.Black leaden are quick to point out neighborhoods it is perfectly legal fees and "Please do not ruin our Keys. have been heard throughout the
.dAd.7; rn.ato teat' Martinez's record on appointing blacks is In ethical. They pay their registration We do not want offshore oil exploration nation.
::7 which aren't nominal. They take a chanceon
tone won aabas d dIe te stame adieseuaa keeping with his callousness on minority issues. and drilling!
Martinez has failed to make a single significant getting Floridians spoke out againstthe
- U ptiodmg'gtIltmUaez mMe Ls asheetaip WIG teesThe svapged' black: appointment during the first days of his ad- Do you like city government the way it "We love our Keys the way five-year plan at hearings in
is? Or do want a change? Your
imstiation..This is inexcusable.Moreover. you "
they Ms. the Florida
puIIibe. government is a reflection of you! If you Klingemier wrote. Keys Tampa and Tal-
Liateie -d f7.ida lias tea Y me- .Martinez's abolition of the Commission want any changes you have to come out of Today I want to answer lahassee.In .
duct ttae: pubbtrs las.eas aasubi.e en the Status of Women reflects his lack of the closet,speak out as a citizen, put some questions I've heard throughoutour
While JegHlative sseehi ... Lrtarirasy i bees concern for the needs of women In Florida. Theiap.rlanee reasonable financial support behind a can- state about offshore Congress, opposition has
bead an pnvalq 0 r&.. lase lfaaESi ptr..aM N of a commission to represent the uniof didate of your choice, register to vote and drilling. been bipartisan bi-coastal and bi-

lash for fcgsJati IaIIIIMe (Lase q an seeds women who have historically beenmeted then vote on election day in September. OFFSHORE OIL DRILLING cameral. Rep. Andy Ireland (R-
meeongs!:" to be beid mwfaatldoT JIIIIIIIk. lie ae.er 61.'De against,cannot be overstated.Tlfsrepothasfonixdontheunderlying Isn't the democratic process worth every Fla.) Sen. Pete
ball iazbriasedtLr ktslas eamrnYripa citizens best effort? People ask me, "Do you sup- Wilson (R Calif.),
up iegsbtie..r-._by---- Pat ft-* Conclusion P.S. To qualify as a candidate for a city port the federal plan for offshore Rep. Dante Fascell (D-Fla.), and
d2......a.D "...... ,-c : : ; office you need to work fast! Qualifyingtime drilling?" Senator John Kerry (D Mass.) are

agaiR'bhee'e shat 1 tar s "believe is noon Monday, July 20 to noon Friday No I don't.In among those working to protectour
theme July 24. coasts.
of l Martinez Administration.it completes Its A Concerned Citizen our effort to find energy,

Conflicts of interest lInt 190 days bo office "just because I said it we cannot jeopardize our irreplaceable -
doesn't mates sa' environmentalresources. We must not give op. The

plague, : MartinezAdministration Bob Martinez was elected to office last stakes are too high. I urge you to

Ifseaberp ranis ing to run state like let Washington know how
government n9 Senator Lawton Chiles and I you
a bust --., promising to conduct the publics feel.
bai.am to pudne.and promising to return to the are fighting to stop proposed drill

fa becpimg was soot terferaasoe Ia-..esair... IIIMiocL What he did was close the door on the r ing in areas where the risks are too Send your letter to:

Martina arse Irvin lambed Aft. has. -ire.- Ale 411 Loa e .aral..J.is state- pmefb '. right. know, abandon the basics of integrity high such as the beautiful Florida Honorable Donald Hodel.Secretary -
to government and preside over the .
g..eaemeL hugest tingle tax :.*....budget Increases in Four states have active Keys. U.S. Department of Interior
While forcabistateMea.edwas FMda's....,.. If a governor breaks faith with volcanoes: Washington Major industries are at risk: 18th and C Streets, N.W.
diac"'Ji aC.--"' the people who elected him. be has forfeited his California Alaska, and tourism and fishing. The largest Washington D.C. 20240ii
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Gina Lane Jon Waldrop

Wed in Garden Setting

Gina Renae Lane of Starke. and

Capt.Alaska Jon Wald at of Anchorage.10:30 a.m. News

Saturday. June 27 in a garden
ceremony at the borne of the bride's
parents in Starke. Performing the s
IL .
service was Rev. Greg Douglas. Weddings Births Club News

I Gina is the daughter of Ted and Engagements Church News Social Events
Judy Lane of Starke. Capt. Waldrop
is the son of Mrs. Rose Waldrop of
New Jersey l
The ceremony officiated by Rev.
Greg Douglas,was performed undera
white lattice archway in front of
the pool. The archway was
decorated with greenery boston rI
ferns palms I '
pink gerber snapdragons
and daisies. Floating in the r.
pool was a lavish floral arrangementof rr I

white gladioli, pink gerber -
daisies, purple statice and white .
mums. Complimenting the larger
floating centerpiece were smaller lily .
pads blooming pink water fillies
and pink and white rose-shaped
candles. Placed around the pool to
round off the decorations were
palms boston ferns and white potted
Ronda Crawford,accompanied by
Robin Stern at the piano, sang
"You'll Never Know" and "Annie's
Song." Robin then played Camelotas
Gina and Jon walked down the ai-
sle as husband and wife.Sherra Mott
played the piano for Rev.Douglas as -

he sang "The Lord's Prayer." Dancing Around the !May Pole....
Best man was Major "Doc" Livingston -
with Eddie Waldrop,Mickey Bridal attendants and new bride dance around the Starting from the left with the lady in the dark dress
Waldrop, Eric Lane and Art Addco May Pole following the wedding ceremony of Cpt. Jon May Pole dancers are Robin Stern Sheri Hughes.
serving as ushers. Waldrop and Gina Renae Lane. Allison Fritzlous Sherra Mott Cathy lloff, Renee'
Sherri Hughes, maid of honor .. The May Pole tradition dates back hundreds of years Sears Gina Waldrop Carol King, Jane Patterson and
and Is used in various celebration Yvette Erskine.was .
wore a of light lace with
gown pink a Capt. and Mrs. Jon Waldropand
scalloped boatneck bodice featuringa
pink satin balloon tea length skirt.
She carried cascading rubrum lilies,

pink roses, stephanotis and dark blue cape with black ballet Her bouquet was a crescent centered with a pink portrelli was attired to match the bridal attendants The bride and groom both serve in
huckleberry ferns. Intwined in her shoes. He carried a heart shaped cascade of rubrum lilies, fountain dispensing sparkling white and maid of honor. the USAF as air weapons controllers
hair was a wreath made of pink pillow with pink sweetheart roses, stephanotis, pink roses, pearls and grape juice. Pink carnations, white aboard the AWACS aircraft. Gina
roses interspersed with pearls, white stephanotis and pink baby's huckleberry fern. A pearl necklace mums and springer fern decoratedthat Assisting in the serving of was recently promoted to 1st Lt.andis
baby's breath and pink picot rib- beath tied by a pink satin ribbon. belonging to her maternal grand- table. refreshments were Ina Mott, Cinda currently stationed in Oklahoma
bons. The bride, given in marriage by mother was her only adornment.A Stern and Toni Crawford. They offered City. She will be observing tactics in
Bridal attendants were Sherra her parents wore a satin gown with patio reception followed the Ona Jacobson cut the cake and miniature quiche lorraine, Virginia in the back seat of an F-1S
Mott, Renee' Sears Yvette Erskine lace overlay encrusted with seed ceremony. Hanging baskets of pink Donna Kirkland served It'to the bacon roll-ups, sausage balls, melon and will transfer to Anchorage in
and Jane Patterson. The outfits of pearls, bouffant sleeves and a geraniums and boster ferns were guests. Following the cutting of the balls, assorted fruits, cheese and a August to join her husband where
the attendants were of the same sweetheart neckline. The off- placed at vantage points cake,the maidens and the new bride fruit dip.Donna. they will reside for the next three
style as the maid of honor. shoulder fitted bodice was enhancedby Decorating the food table was a danced around a may pole with years,
Flower girl, Allison Fritzious decorated in ribbons and have Kirkland served as wed- has Masters in
cascading pink flowers iridescent white wicker basket in which were pastel Capt. Waldrop a
wore a shimmering white organza sequins and seed pearls. The gown pink larkspur and pink lillies. ing flowers at the bottom. ding director. English from Penn State.He is Chiefof

fairy dress trimmed with lubes of also featured drop-waist and The bride's table, covered in pink Following a wedding trip that in- Tactics.
the valley. In her hair she wore a scalloped lace hemline. linen with a white lace overlay, helda Lawn hostesses were Wanda cludes trips to Disney World, Epcot Gina graduated from Angelo State
flower wreath. The bride chose an illusion veil cake made by Carolyn Autry, anda Bishop& Robin Stern. Center and a cruise to the Bahamas, University in San Angelo, TX.
Ring bearer Michael Hoff, wore topped with seed pearls and lillies of fountain encircled by baskets of Inviting guests to sign the bride's the bride and groom will reside in
dark blue satin tights, white tunic the valley. lillies and larkspurs. Another table book was Catherine Denise Hoff She Anchorage. Sale Still In Progress


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I'age 6 A TKLEGRAPH July 9, 1987

Margaret Smith, Starke Shrine Club

Brian Johns MarryIn To Host Fun DayThe

Starke CeremonyThe public is invited to join in the Boot Scramble:

Church of Jesus Christ of Escorted to the altar by her rir1i1 hosted festivities by the of Fun Starke Day Shrine, which Club.is Boots are piled in center of field,

Latter-Day Saints in Starke was the father, the bride wore a gown of The club has been selected to host alt on GO, drivers run to get their ownbootsl
setting for the ceremony uniting crystalette with silk floss em- of the Morocco Temple Motor Corpson sh run line.to vehicle,start and drive
Margaret Nell Smith of Lawtey to broidery and silk floss lace. The fit- 1 Motor Corps Fun Day. The event,
Brian Keith Johns of Starke. Presi- ted bodice was highlighted with a Yfr scheduled to start at 1:30: p.m. July Bite the Weenie:
dent Earnest Peacock officiated for beaded and embroidered Queen 12, will end at 4:30: p.m. with a hot Hot dog hung on string Is coated
the ceremony held at 7:30: p.m. Anne neckline with bishop sleeves. dog roast and the awarding of with mustard,driver(or passenger)
Saturday, May 16. The bride is the The full skirt had ruffled lace tiers '.J'" trophies. President Rockey Hudson bites it on the run.
daughter of Robert E. & Amanda E. that flowed into the chapel length ': says there will be something to Slow Race
Smith of Lawtey. The groom is the train. The bride chose a fingertipveil .1. entertain everyone. :
son of Charlie & Lillie Ann Johns of with beaded pearls that matched The last motorcycle to finish
Starke.A those in the bodice of her wedding W ,4. Fun Day consists of the motor' without putting foot down,.wins.
garland of white and pink carna- gown. units having a day of friendly com
tions highlighted the front of the She carried a nosegay of petition. The games will involve any Australian Pursuit Race:
church. Additional pink and white miniature pink and white carnationsand class of vehicles and will allow the Motorcycles form circle, when

carnations, greenery, palms and orchids. ladies and kids to participate. you're passed, you're out.
lieus trees graced the pulpit area. Following the ceremony a recep- Trophies will be awarded winners in
was provided by tion was held at the Woman's Club of 4 classes: Motorcycles, 3 wheel, 4 Potato Scramble:
Ray Norman with Kathy Green accompanying Starke. The club was decorated with wheel and "Special". Like musical chairs Rider has to ':
pink and white carnations, palms, Events will include: get potato from center of ring, or
Serving as best man was the ficus trees and assorted greenery. Blind Mans Run: your out. I
groom's father, Charlie Johns The bride's table, covered in white Blindfold driver, lady tells driver And so on..Hope to see you
Ushers were Dean Johns, Dale linen, featured a three-tier wedding \ how to negotiate course. there!
Johns, Charlie Green, Jimmy cake with fountain with two additional J
Prevatt and Terry Gaines heart-shaped cakes attachedby
Sheryl Ely, matron of honor,worea satin ribbons. Guests were of
tea length pink satin gown having fered punch from a crystal punch Couple Honored at Open HouseMiss I
pink lace overlay and highlightedwith bowl by Lynn Whaley, Maggie Grif-
a pink bow in back. She carrieda fis and Daisy Boch.
bouquet of long stemmed pink car Serving cake were June Griffis, the prospective.
nations, dahlias, baby's breath and Pam Bederbaugh and Angie Daley. Carol Hardin and Mr. Alan Arrangements of multicoloredroses :
greenery accented by pink satin rib- Directing the wedding were Bar- '; Montgomery, whose marriage is were used, throughout the
bons. bara Whaley and Kelli Luke. scheduled July 18, were honored at.
home and the tea.tabta was centered
Bridal attendants White Following an extended honey- an open house between the hours of
Cindy with re of roses accented
Tract Smith Sue Smith the will reside in 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. recently at the blue
Tracy moon couple 0'" with ,BUyer'trays held party
Torode and Paula Perkins Starke. home of Mr. & Mrs. George
wore delights in 'uw dining room and
gowns and carried bouquets similar The groom is employed by ,; Copeland. garden patio. Gail Hurst, Brenda
Hostesses for the occasion with
in style to the matron of honor. Gainesville Fire Dept Farnsworth, Virginia Walkup and
Mr. & Mrs. Copel! pd were Mr. &
Joan served from
Mrs. Robert Paterson, Mr. &: Mrs. McKinney punch a
table decorated with white and blue
L.V. Hardin and Mr. & Mrs. Herb
Sue Nettles Herres. Iris. White and Blush wine was served
from the patio.
Greeting guests at the door were
Mr. & Mrs. Brian K. Johns
Mr. & Mrs. Copeland. Standing in Rose corsages were given to the
Shawn Akridge the receiving line were Miss Hardin, bride-to-be and the mothers of the
.""' .... ---- - .-. ,- ,,- Mr. Montgomery, Mrs. Robert Con- couple. The hostesses presented the
j, ., ... ley, mother of the bride-to-be, Mr. & couple a potpourri room scenter as a
Unite in MarriageThe .... 1' Mrs. David Montgomery, parents of momento of the occasion.
.f' "': ,
Church of God in Starke was Nettles. The gowns and headpiecesof :- ', ,-
the setting for the wedding uniting the attendants were similar in 1 Special Arrivals I
Sue Ann Nettles of Starke to Shawn style to that of the maid of honor )
Eddie Akridge, also of Starke. Rev. with the exception being that the color : great-grandparents are MatheiGreen
Gene Bass, pastor of Sampson City of their gowns was pink. Their William Benjamin & the late Willie Green of
Church of God, conducted the flowers also matched those of the Brantley, Jr. Starke.
ceremony held at 5 p.m.June 13.The maid of honor except for the pink & A 1't Tony&Carolyn Brantley of Starke
bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. lace ribbon. announce the birth of a son, William David Benson Jordan

Ray Nettles of Starke. The t\'t Benjamin, born June 30 in Mr. & Mrs. David Jordan of
bridegroom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Jessica
Flower girl was Kilby. I) Gainesville.\ William weighed 8 Ibs., Apopka announce the birth of a son,
E.L. Akridge of Starke. Evan Hardee was ring bearer. 11 13 ozs., and joins a sister, Jessica, 3' David Benson, born July 3 in Florida
Gracing the pulpit area was a candle bride in
The given marriage by years old.Maternal. Hospital in Orlando. He weighed 6
archway draped with assorted her father scalloped satin "
wore a Ibs., 13 ozs. and measured 20 inches.
greenery with pink & burgundy gown with a sweetheart neckline, grandparents are Mr. & Paternal grandparents are Mr.
tlowers. Flanking the archway were puffed sleeves,a bow In the back and Fred
; Mrs. Strickland of Swannanoa, and Mrs. Eston Jordan of Starke.
two candle trees. Burgundy bows featured a cathedral train dotted kJ NC. Maternal grandparents are Mr.
were used to identify family pews. with pearl beads and sequins.
A Paternal grandparents are Ralph and Mrs. Benson Riggin of Hourna,
Nuptial music was provided by The bride's bouquet was made of s &:Martha Futch of Lawtey. Paternal LA.
Eric Packham at organ; Stephanie cascading pink &: burgundy roses
Griffis, soloist; Elbert Hersey, Mm- and a pink ribbon.A \
dy Hersey and Danielle Hersey sing- reception was held immediately
ing as a group. following the ceremony at the Starke i EngagementsTerri I
Richard Kemp of Starke was best Cpuntry Club. Palm trees, flowers
man. Serving as ushers were Ray and two candle trees were includedin
Nettles,Jr. of Starke; Greg Jackson the club decorations. E .1 Lynn Hamilton, The groom-elect is a graduate of
and Randy Alldredge, both of Setting off the bride's table were Bradford High School and is
Scott RosoAnnounce
Starke. sterling silver candle holders sur- Gregory, 'employed by the state at Camp Blan- I .,
The maid of honor, Debbie Tylic- rounded by the attendants flowers. EngagementHazel .ding :
zka, wore a full length burgundy taffeta Cutting and serving the cake were ;'
gown accented by scalloping.Pink Madge Akridge and Peggy Nettles. a 1 1 r'4 \ Hamilton would like to an- Annette Parrlsh,
and burgundy flowers interspersed Inviting guests to sign the bride's i nounce the engagement of her Robert MayTo
with baby's breath was book was JoAnn Godwin. ys daughter, Terri Lynn, to Gregory
chosen She carried Scott Rose, son of Samuel &: Joyce Wed July 18
as a headpiece. a Following a wedding trip to Ocala, i F t
bouquet of roses in matching colors the will reside in Starke. ; Rose.
Annette& Robert would like to an-
The wedding planned for Satur-
accented with burgundy and lace The bride is a 1987 graduate of t' ,
nounce their upcoming wedding set
ribbon. day, July 11, is to be held at
Bradford High School and the groomis Kingdom Hall of Jehovah'sWitnesses for Saturday, July 18 at 7:30: p.m.
Bridal attendants were Laurie a 1985 graduate of Bradford High b The wedding is to be held at "The
+ located on South 301 in
Thomas and Kim W4
Mobley, Sonya School. Starke. Wedding House" directly above

: 4 All family and friends are invitedto Bradford Florist, next to Mosley
attend. Tire Co.
A reception will follow with enter
Planning your Special Day? Paula A. McKinney, tainment by the Mighty Fine Quality
band of Lake
Smart Brides always Marty M. Rhoden
No invitations are being sent. All
choose our famousInvitations Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Akridge Set Wedding Date family and friends are invited to at-
Mrs. Elizabeth McKinney
k Crawford of Starke and the late Rev. Kathy Best
Charles Laurie McKinney, Sr., announce
Club NewsCecelia Mercer
the engagement and upcom- Larry
ing wedding of their daughter,Paula Wedding July 11
Annette, to Marty Matthew Rhoden,
son of Mr. & Mrs. Harold Rhoden of The wedding of Kathy Best and
Terwlllegar Senior Citizens Hampton.The Larry Mercer set for 7:30: p.m.Jur
ly 11 at the Presbyterian Church in
is planned for 8
I Hosts Bridge Club Enjoy Birthday
PartyThe .
July 17 at the Church of God in Starke.A
Cecelia Terwillegar entertainedthe Senior Citizens of Bradford Starke, located at 422 N. St. Clair St. reception will follow at the Coun-
Good lute needn't be expensive.Our beautiful Flower Wedding Wednesday Bridge Club and County Suwannee River Economic The bride-elect is a 1986 graduateof try Club.
Line catalog proves this with over 300 samples of outstanding friends at a bridge luncheon held at Council, Inc., enjoyed a birthday Bradford High School and is No invitations were sent. All family -
Invitations,Announcements and Personalized Accessories, the Officers Club at Camp Blanding party Thursday, July 2, in honor of employed at RMC. and friends are invited to attend

created using exquisite papers,lettering styles and workmanship.It last Thursday. the citizens.
features Heliograving" -rich raised lettering,elegant as the Those attending were: Judy The cake was provided by Mrs.
finest craftsmanship,yet coning so little!Come sec our complete Swindell, Hazel Moran, Jeannette Violet Sweat,a longtime council sup-
selection and choose the perfect invitation for your wedding! Kincaid, Bill Sinclair, Flo Slade, porter. Speaker at the event was Community News....
Lucille Green, Evelyn Griffin, Blan- Senior Citizen Council member,
Prompt Service and Outstanding Quality I che Otto, Lea la Roberts, Louise Mrs. Nellie Clark. Special thanks go By Kli/abeth Walker in early.The community's support

LEILAS DRESS GIFT SHOP Sanderson, Ida Shaw, Thelma Jennings to Mr. Frank Camp and the entire 96-1-6611:1: humbly requested. .
8I9SO WALNUT ST. Venue Odom, Ruth MurleeandDot staff for making it possible for the ,
Sale. Senior Citizen Council to have a A. L. Campbell Morris Guyton
5T ARKE,FL.32091
Bill Sinclair won high score. great party. Lodge No. 708 Wedding Set July 18

dI 11 To Sponsor Fish Fry Mr. and Mrs. Everett Morris, Sr.
of Starke announce the engagementThe
--- -- -- ------- A. L. Campbell Lodge No. 708 and approaching marriage of theirIs

planning to sponsor a fish fry daughter, Lavonne, to Michael A.
Saturday,July 11, beginning at 12'30 Guyton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion
GEORGE p.m. W. Guyton of Jacksonville.The .
event is to be held at the Body The wedding is set for July 18 at 4
and Paint Shop, owned by C. Cunningham p.m. at New Hope Baptist Church in
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V I Stars Plan Reunion :

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V By Mark Friedlin Sponsors would like to know If you

BCT Staff Writer plan to attend, so call Jerry Mcuriff
It's going to be a big month in soft- at the BBS at 9644092 or at home
i' ball here in Starke as the local 904-4698 or at Edwards road at
i'i'p athletes prepare to celebrate the 964-8334. Or call Cheryl or Cassan-
: 100th year of the Amateur Softball dra at the Starke Recreation Depart-
I Association (ASA) and the'10th an- ment at 964-6792 or write YSA, Post
niversary of the Starke Stars first Office Box 759, Starke Florida,
state championship and their initial 32091.

trip to the National Tournament.To Be sure to bring old jerseys to
help celebrate this and all of wear (if you can), caps, trophies,
__ Th the other Junior Olympic Program's photos, clippings and any other
?/ j .successes, the Youth Softball memorabilia that you might share
> Association (YSA) has decided to with others at the event.'
K .'dDixie .. host a "Happening" the first reu- Stars Travel
nion of the Stars. .u The Stars hit the road this

r Activities will be held Saturday, weekend for a game with
& July 25th at the Edwards Road Softball powerhouse New Smyrna Beach July -

Complex In Starke. They are 11 at the Airport Field in New
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T T scheduled to begin at S p.m. with a Symrna Beach.Sponsored .

Minor All-Star Baseball Team... cookout, plenty of socializing and by the New SymrnaBeach
reminiscing, ect. Church of Later Day Saints,
(I-r Members of the Dixie Youth Minor League All-Star baseball team are and Coach Mike Lawson. Not pictured.: Stefan Nichols. At about 7:30: p.m. the former the New Symrna LDS Boys team is
) : The Minor Stars, coached by Randall Davis and in its second year and Is currently
Front rnu,. League played July 6 In Lake City and lost 14-5. Base hits
Alternate Robbie Bassett, Damien Ames Sidney Jackson will take on the current 11-3 the Directions
Kyle Brown, were made by Kyle Brown Jason Norman, Carrie Tanner David on season. from
Jason Norman Gareth Starling Rodney Padgett. Prescott..and Gareth Starling. The Minor League all-stars 1987 Stars (defending State SUrke to the the field are as follows A
Back row- Asst. Coach Robert Norman Carrie Tanner, Matthew Grif- at Lake City at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 8. played again champs and third in the nation last Take 1-95 south to SR 44, head east
fls, Zack, Smith David Prescott. Steve Lewis Joe Sanford Bucky Crews. __ _. season) in a series of games that is to New Symrna Beach, take
sure to be exciting. Business 44 (don't head to

Special guests will be the 1978 overpass), take a left turn at traffic
team and all of those who went to the light head north on US 1, then go
first National Tournament in about one mile to motel (ShangraLaon
Working Man's Jewelry Opens in Starke Sheboygan, Wis. that year. the right), go another mile and

However the festivities should station the
.... are open to you see a police on s
--- -,. .. all former players (1974 present),. left hand side of the road. Turn left
"Working Man's Jewelry" has France and once I begin talking coaches families, friends and fans. on Industrial Park Road go to Turn-
opened it's doors in Starke, located about it with the experts there I V Everyone is welcome to come Join in bull Bay Drive, turn right, head
next to the new Winn Dixie store on became fascinated in the the fun and meet old friends and north one mile and the ball fields will

Hwy. 100. profession," Simmons says. "It's a make, some new ones as well.: be on the right side.
The owner of the new business is very interesting business. I enjoy -
John Simmons, who is returning to dealing with the people and helping' s.
this area after them to either find what -
operating a similarly they are;,
named business In the Dade City on looking for, or perhaps to restore an' Public Notice
U.S. 301 near Tampa. old piece that they want refurbished.It's .
"It's great to be in Starke again been great getting re-aquainted
and back home," Simmons said. with everyone here in this area."

"The people here are very friendlyand Simmons says the name of his Tfmberfack Reposesslon:
I Jove the surroundings and the store comes from his desire to offer

countryside here in Bradford Coun- fine watches and jewelry to people of e

ty. I plan on being in business here alone every income level.
1983 450 Timber jack Grapple Skldder
time. "I'm for the working man becauseI

Simmons became interested in the am one myself and I know how Serial No. 452658
art of watch repair while stationed tough it is to make a dollar," Simmons
in France during his service in the says. I will do my best to And

Air Force. maintain my prices at a level that
He learned his craft which takes everyone can afford." 2 Pulpwood Trailers

patience a fine and delicate touch Simmons is open for business five Recently RepossessedThis
and precision work, from an old days a week at his new location, r-h
master craftsman in Evreux, Tuesday through Saturday until six equipment available to highest bidder through

France where he was stationed. He. p.m. He is closed on Sunday and, .. ,--- private sale on or after July 23. 1987.
then learned the art of jewelry mak- Monday. Jewelry for the Working Man...

ing and repair at a school in the Simmons is a graduate of Brad- be viewed Inc. Starke.
John Simmons Is the owner of Working Man's Jewelry which opened Equipment can at Tlmberack.| .
United States."I ford County High School and his
last week next to the new Wlnn Dixie In Florida. 964-6917 984-3063
SUrke. __ Inquire through or
Millie ( and .
was interested in purchasingsome parents are Starling) -- .

old watches while I was._in, J.C- -Simmons- -of Starke.. ._ -

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Legal: Notices CIC Mini NOTICE Storage OF SALE will conduct a

.. .."" .. public sole. to sell the content of Unit,
-- .....,. UNITEOS"tAfESllmICTCoJaT t1 belonging' to John B. lee at ':00 a.m.
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA July 13. 19x7 to pay for forage charges.
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA REGISTER( Court No 87.60-Clv.J-16 Walnut St.. St.rk..L 32091.
Ca. No. 87-424-CIV-J-12 Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Plaintiff
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the VS.
: Plaintiff, undersigned, Rosa Mae Rt. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
/ Starling 4, MARTIN R. RICKS and
5 jr v. Box 548, Stafke, FL 32091, sole or lolntown.r. KATHLEEN B. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
4V N __ t + 7 7a 7ay ROBERT J. TEASTER and PATSY A. ., doing business under the firm RICKS. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
TEASTER, name of Pops Produce, Rt. 4, Box 548 Defendants.NOTICE Case No. 86-643-Clv-J-12
S., Starke. Fla., 32091, Intends to
ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONThis register said fictitious name under the Notice It hereby given that pursuantto Plaintiff
cause came to be heard upon the aforesaid statute. a Final Judgment entered on May 21, v.THE
T verified motion of Plaintiff for an Orderof Dated this 15th day of June A.D., 1987 by the above entitled Court In the ESTATE OF LOUISA LINDSEV
Service by Publication, and It appear 1987 In Bradford County. above styled cause, the undersigned and the Heirs at Law Juanita
ing that this action has been brought for 6/184tpd7/9 United States Marshal or any of his duly Carter Tom Lindsay. Alfred
r eV' the enforcement of a Hen against real authorized deputies will ..11th. property Linasey' and Wanda A. Williams,
prop.rty situated In Bradford County situate In Bradford County. Florida and the unknown heir*.
_'_ within the Middle District of Florida and described as:: devisee*, grantee, o.t Ignee*.
,_. __ .. described a* follow: Lot Honor, creditor, trustees,
-- Knight Subdivision
"" 0 as plat
M >**J *>"e" MM M MM M..:.:jyi.j m 11 i i i.u.w. i Parkwood Subdivision per or other" claimant by ,
lot 21, as per through
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 54
Bill Heavner and Pep-O plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 3, REGISTER of the public records of Bradford County under or against THE ESTATE OF
Page 5 of the public record of Bradford LOUISA UNDSEV and all parties
Heavner stands In front of his Pep-O gas station and convenience. store County Florida, FICTITIOUS NAME Florida having a claim right title or
on US-301, just sown. 01 uie CSX rail crossing.PepO's : and it further appearing that Defendant Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida at public outcry to the highest and Interest In the' property
'"_ ._- .. .-.- Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that theundersigned best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 "herein and THE STATE OF
Robert J. Tarter and Patsy A. Toaster
Betty ft Raymond Secrest, o'clock Noon on July 22, 1987 at the front FLORIDA
be ssrved
cannot within the State of
Box Starke Fla., 32091, ..01.own.r
P.O. 118 door of the
Florida; that It Is not practicable to serve doing business under the firm entrance Bradford County Defendants.NOTICE
the Goby
Courthouse at Starke, Florida. OF SUIT
on .them personally; and old Defendant name of Betty's Trim Wave, 1252-C South
have not voluntarily appeared herein It Dated: June 9, 1987 AND
; Walnut Starke, Fla.. 32091 Intend toregl.l.r :
I I. therefore said fictitious name under the RlcardL.Cox.Jr. ORDER FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO
Buster Rahn V went to work for Pep-O Petroleum" ORDERED o* follow: aforesaid statute. United Stat.Marshal APPEAR AND PLEAD

BCT Staff Writer Co., as supervisor and general 1. Defendant Robert J. Toaster and Dated this 15th day of June A.D., Middle District of Florida (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION)
A. Toaster shall In this John E. III TO: ALL unknown heir, devisees,
Bill Heavner entrepreneur and manager, later being promoted to Patsy appear 1987 In Bradford County. Lawlor
operator of Pep-O Gas In Starke, has vice-president. In 1978 Pep-O was cause and plead to the complaint filed 6/1841pd7/9 Assistant United State Attorney grantee, assignees, honors, creditor,
agreements with several ma- sold to One-Stop Oil Co., and the herein on or before July 27 1987 or In Attorney for Plaintiff trustees, or other claimant, by
supply default thereof the Court shall proceedto through under or against Louisa Llndsey. -
assuring con- name Pep-O was discontinued by the 6/181tchg 7/9
oil companies
jor .deceased and all other Parties' hav-
judgment In this cause to the extent :
and Heavner the,
sumers of top quality petroleum products new owner bought provided for by Section 1655 Title 28, .- ing or claiming to have any right title or:
at competitive prices with rights to the Pep-O name. United States Code, as If said Defendants NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE EDWARD T. GAGNON tie. HIM .ppllcatlon -. Interest In the property hereinafter
other self-service gas stations in During the years Heavner was far SPECIAL EXCEPTION t14 In Ilndustrlalfor described.
had been served with
processwithin Notice I I. hereby given that I, Dolph E.
town. working for Pep-O, he acquired two the Stat. of Florida. sheriff of Bradford ( ) concrete ketch plant to You are hereby notified that an action
of five service stations service stations. When Pep-O was Reddish a* County ,the Bradford County Board of Apartment ( has been Instituted
Pep-O, one 2. thl. order be published In a Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of against you In the'
owned by Heavner, is located adja- sold in 1978, Heavner decided to give newspaper of general circulation In to-wit on property thet I I. ClessHled. I and above Court by the United Stat.. of
Execution :
cent to the "Peggy" (now CSX) full time to the operation of his two Bradford County Florida not less than Execution Issued out of County Courtof described. below America, for the enforcement ef a Hen
railroad crossing on south US-301, units one located in Jacksonville, once each 'week for six consecutive Bradford County Florida to Let 14 C U out of Parcel 047M-OOMO against real, property situated In Bradford .
across from Wendy's restaurant. the other in West Palm Beach. He week prior to the return date a Final Judgment for Mitchell'pursuant Drug of Newman unrecorded Met located) County within...Middle District of
Pep-O Is located on an old Phillips has been self-employed since makIng herelnabove designated.DONE Store of Starke, Florida, and againstClarence Southeast of Sterke off Hwy 301 OM Industrie Florida and described .. follows:
66 service station site built by that decision, 11 years ago. AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, Sumner defendant. In the property lest of Mesety Tire c.. Commence at the SW comer of Section
Jerome Johns In 1963, while he was The successful operation of the Florida this 1st day of June, 1987. amount of 504.96 together with cost of In Section 0,Township 7 South long 12 22, Township 6 South Range 22 East run
for Phillips two original service stations, since'' HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER collection. lat, en property that e special exception Easterly 3T.45 feet more or .less to ....
bulk distributor was granted. In 19B1. Easterly right of line of the OldLawtoy
Petroleum. The station was converted to convenience stores has Have seized and have In my posseslion Beard of
The Bradford Adjustment -
enabled Heavner to other'' 6/18 6tchg 7/23 the described County Road: me.run NornVOortest
acquire personal
and later following
opernted by Carl Hunt will meet end e public hearing I* to along MM Imtoriy right ef way line
by F idle Jackson. commercial properties, an additional property to-wlt: be held et eiM p.m.. In the Commission 710.'" feet to m* Northerly right oY way
the property in store in Jacksonville the! Stereo Soundeslgn wood graincabinet of Hell 209 N. .,
Heavner bought NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO meeting room CIty Ilfte Do- Str.ef. thence nm North
it into the Starke Pep-O station the Exxon ser- two floor speaker, turntable.tun. Stork Florid ... T_ '
1980 and renovated REGISTER Thompson St.. 8V JT test along .... Northerly right ef
In addition vice station on South US-301, and the .', cauette play.\-\ __ ** *
mndern facility it is today. FICTITIOUS NAME A the' of trie above named day. July 16. I9B7. way HIM sf ji.Bjw 'nwf| BBB ears ... pwmi'iO'OT '
\ to self-service gas and oil sales, mini-storage warehouses, behind, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida defendant* property and that on Monday the 27th At this time, ell penea will .be heerd lest. 11...*fee.Music ran South''
I'ep-O contains a convenience store the Exxon station. Statute, notlc. I I. hereby given that the of 1987 o'clock sold concerning. this application .. tpeclfledlIn 89'IT West 7.... feetj ....... rwn>'
July at two on
Deration, selling beer, wine and Heavner is kept busy with his undersigned Ray Reddish, Drawer L, day trie. of the Bradford the Bradford County Zoning Cade*. South '-117"' Woes, ,..... feet to tb*.
groceries. A game room, popular widely scattered business operation. Lawtey FL 32058 T.E. Mullls. 1431 NW day County on Jail I premise will offer for sole and sell Director B.C.B.of Ad|. ....... .. okra" Irrgl tII.

with the younger set, takes up one 7th Rd., Gainesville, FL 32609 G.L.; to the highest. bidder for cash In hand 7/2 2tchg 7/9 end you erdsrse1 and ....... .. op*.1!
side of the store. .. Home and Family... Gray Rt. 1, Box 1003, Melrose, FL 33666 the above described property of sold peer and plead In said ....... awl filetyeer
heavily from north- Heavner and his wife Betty nee (joint owners, doing business under the defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex WMWeVC WlfM tile Clark of this c..rtt''
bound Pepdraws US-301 traffic and appears to Pratt, wanted to escape ,from firm name of lawtey Turf, PO Drawer L. ecution. et Jagk nvlie. ........ esd so issue eI,
Lawtoy FL 32058 Intends to register thereof tile PtasulNT .* .!
the In Reddish Sheriff NOTICE copy upon -
at the Jacksonville on week-ends so I Dolph E. ,
be constantly busy"business gases ps- 1976 they bought some land on laid fictitious nom under the aforesaid Bradford County Florida NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Monday tomey, Dorothea Be***. A.a).toaltiUnited
Heavner says for statue.Dated. 724tchg723NOTICE July 20. 1987, at 10:00 clock A.M., Stotoe Attorney. Peet Offta leaf,
Road primarily a
Morgan this 25th day of June, A'.D. 1987 the Gator Frelghtway 600. Jdumrill.. ........ 92181. en err|
but it has become their undersigned
Early Years... retreat, permanent In Bradford County. Inc., will sell at public auction for mall at before. August 17. lf7. N ye* fasl to .de'S >'

Heavner, a native of North home. went into business'' 7/2 4tpd 7/23 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Flo., ono *. |udir ent by .default wM b* *ntoredlagainst '
work as a super-, Betty Heavner ye* tor the ...... ism. did tall
roll and
Carolina, began '- NOTICE I I. hereby given that on Monday lot of Bedstead part consigned
with a partner, Harriet Bryan, and .... _... ....
Billups .1.
in 1956 for I .
trainee o'clock A.M. Waterbed
13 Connection St.iAuguetln
visor NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO July 1987. at 10:00 to
Petroleum Co. His first assignmentwas opened "The BeauUque, a store REGISTER the undersigned Gator Frelghtway i Flo.t one lot of tile consigned to Jome* H Is. OCDCMO tfcet the ief ..... ......!
In Charlotte, N.C., working at a featuring cosmetics and other merchandise FICTITIOUS NAME Inc.. will tell at public auction for cash at Floor Covering. Pt. Charlotte Fla.; one Suit. end Order for UnApper ....... Dd.wdust. ;

service: .station. The next year In of Interest primarily to Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Fla.. one lot of paint consigned to Gulf Chemical fe end Need (...etas1ty f
1987. he was transferred to Orlando, women. The Beautique Is located on Statutes, notice I* hereby given that the V lot of speakers, consigned,, to La Mirage. Cont.. Miami. Fla.. to cattily freight PvencttonJ Ate .........* ey tn. Lilted
working as a service station the north side of Edward's Road, one undersigned Audrey R. Kite. P.O. Miami Fla. on. lot of dresser consignedto and storage charge, under the provisions Stotoe Mrfil t* a newspaper .1geeerI :
In the management train- block west of US-301. Drawer 670. Stark, Fla. 32O91. sol le Power Team Entr., Englewood Fla.,. of Section 4b) of Uniform Standard drcutotto* In Bradford c-tr. .
manager children ....... aef loss then ea.b week I!
The Heavners have two a owner, doing business under the firm to satisfy freight and storage charge, Bill of Lading. ,
taHEvSTbec.me an area super- daughter, LaDonna Heavner Clark name of Kite Realty P.O. Drawer 670 under the provisions of Section 4b) of 14-793360 did 5/28/87 for six -""" o...... prso. ..... I
.date .............. .
continued with Billups. who works In The Beautique and a Starke, Fla. 32091. Intend to register Uniform Standard Bill'" of lading.Pro. Pro. 10.065929 dtd 4/29/87 d..Ieetd.DONE
visor and Florida. In son, Billy who will be a student at said fictitious name under the aforesaid 02-789178 dtd 5/18/87 Pro. 04-37919 dtd 3/31/87 AND OtMBSD t Jerkssnvlll, ;
covering Georgia and ou Santa Fe Community College this statute.. Pro. 02-783782 dtd 4/20/87 Gator Frelghtway. Inc..Carrier nrid. this 14m day ef Jue*. 1,.,. .
sold to Hess ......... ,
was T.BwyderUs
1962 Billups title fail Dated this 15th day of June. A.D.,. Gator Fraightway, Inc..Carrier 7/9 2tdtg
Heavner' 7/16'
Co.. withoufr affecting 1.d...... T......
at the time. In his spare time, which is quite 1987 In Bradford County. 7/22tchg7/ 7/tetaigS/U IIII
or responsibilities, &'i e 4tpd 7/9 ,
In 1966 Heavner left Hesa, and limited Heavner plays a mean I .
game golf.

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.11TELEGRAPH July'.1B87

Students Attend Legislative Sessionby

Buster Rahn criminals only one stay of execution, make decisions about.They all needto ores.
legalize surrogate motherhood, extend be involved." '
BCT Staff Writer
Two Bradford students, Amy full parental rights and custodyto Rep.Tom Tobiassen,D.Gonzalez, ESCIIWTIONI
Thorn and Jeff Adams will attend the4H natural fathers. They will also' advisor to the 4-H group, will arrange ($ : $)
Legislative session,July 14-17 in consider bills that reinstate parole for real-life legislators and I I(
Tallahassee and act as lobbyists for outlaw the death penalty and provide lobbyists to meet with the youths to
advice and
their respective causes. higher penalties for drug give answer questions.
Amy will represent the Florida dealers. A total of 24 bills will be Amy who will be a senior next
Law Enforcement Council, and Jeff debated and voted upon. year is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. The
Singing Pharmacist FromMITCHELL'S
will represent the Florida Educa- The program is coordinated by the Harry Tison,Raiford.
tional Association: Institute of Food and Agricultural Jeff who will be a junior next
160 students representing 37 Sciences (IFAS), at the Universityof year,is the son of Mrs.Edna Martin,
Florida counties will gather in Florida. Dr. Sue Fisher who of Starke. DRUGS Sta9k.CFlarida: : :
Tallahassee to debate several Issues directs 4-H statewide for WAS,said, The students turned lobbyists will
currently making the news. "It's important for the kids to choose I leave for Tallahassee,Monday July Bobby Autry Provides
The teen legislature will consider: bills they all can relate to, and that I I 13,traveling with the Alachua Coun- In Business
'bile that a.How condemned: their PXfM'rlf'nrl'ft ran help them ty delegation. Old Fashioned Service Since 1903
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It 'th'in"L" akeB'n' Keystone Heights II IIBy

Mark FriedU
BCT Staff Writer Gainesville, Jacksonville and St. It was a day for the younger set, ___ I Ia
Spectacularly beautiful fireworks Augustine, one might wonder why an old-fashioned celebration com-
exploding over the waters of Lake such a large number of people make plete with baby crawls,giant trucks
Geneva 1n Keystone Heights and their way down to the Lake Regionto driving over a pair of parked cars,
over Lake Butler in cascades of celebrate. cavorting clowns and the famous
flames and color made a fitting "You've got the lakes, you've got "Keystone Kops", who scampereddown
climax Saturday July 4th as the skiiing,the parade,the kids Just the street pulling some of their
thousands of people descended on love it," said James Hilliarn, a best and funniest capers to the
the two cities for their annual Jacksonville resident who with his delight of the large crowds lining
celebration. wife was in the process of unloadingan Lawrence Blvd.
Sparking this year's celebrationsand excited group of youngsters out of Of course there was plenty of
( keeping County deputies work- a large, overloaded station wagon sights for the older set as well.
ing throughout the day on traffic parked near the public beach at In Lake Butler, excited kids were
control) was one of the largest Lake Geneva. "We:ve: been coming ding into watermelon while color-
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Noted Herpetologist Lectures at Ag Centerby ;TiL.

Joe Gissy In the United States last year 603 total of six sets of fangs, and when The Treatment...
BCT Staff Writer deaths were recorded from bee one gets broken or lost another can Massive Injections of antivenom Is t LM
If bitten by a poisonous snake, stings and only 8 snakebite deaths be put In its place in a matter of the treatment used by Cox. "Take .
your best chance of survival is to from a total of 8,000 snakebites. seconds. the serum until the symptoms go
call noted herpetologist Maynard "All snakes are territorial" says away then go home" he slates. A
Cox phone 272-6398, and head for 4 Familes of Snakes... Cox. "They will return to a previous hospital stay Is usually three days or
Humana Hospital Orange Park. There are four families of location in two months give or take less using this method.
If last six days." They are opportunistic Coral snake antlvenom has been
30 minutes
you you've got poisonous snakes in the United
in excess of 12 hours to get to a States and all four are found in NE hunters,and will forage for food dayor available since 1069 so treating
hospital, Cox says. Do not cut and Florida: rattlesnakes, pigmy rattlesnakes night. They are terrified by these bites is no worse than other
human scent and will strike if snakebites now.Insects. .
suck the bite. Do not only
apply ice or a cotton mouth moccasins "
.. mad.
tourniquet. Do treat for shock. and coral snakes. hurt cornered,or scared.
That s what Mr. Cox told a groupof The rattlesnakes and moccasinsare
2 of Venum...
36 persons In a six-hour lecture pit vipers, and can be identifiedby Only Types Spiders...
and question and answer session on the neurosensory pit located bet- In all of North America there are Cox is also an authority on
the treatment of snakebites, and ween the nostril and eye. The eye only two types of snake venom; the poisonous bites and stings from Insects
I other poisonous Insect bites and has an elliptical pupil and the scaleson pit viper and the coral snake. If a and spiders.
I stings at the auditorium of the the under side of the snake are snakebite victim Is bitten in one of There are three poisonous spiders ... ..
I agricultural building on north 301 uninterrupted all the way across the the "...four pipelines of the body," native to NE Florida, the Black :
: Saturday evening,June 27. belay from the anal vent to the tail. that is, an artery a vein a nerve Widow, Red Widow, and the Brown _
, About people attended and were trunk,or a lymph vessel, "death can Widow.A bite from any of these can
given a thorough lesson on the effects -'... In nonposionous snakes, these come in a matter of seconds,up to 30 be fatal. The Brown Recluse spiderhas
of,and treatment for,bites and 'scales are broken by a line down the minutes. If you are alive after 30 been introduced here,but it can
stings from snakes scorpions center and the pupil is round. minutes you have in excess of 12 not survive in the wild more than 16
spiders, ticks, and stinging cater Coral snakes always have a black hours to get treatment," said Cox. days. Inside the home or In a Snake Expert...
nose, and the red and black bandsare
pillars. sheltered environment is different
Cox is the founder and director of separated by a narrow yellow All From Eggs... story. "In good conditions! a, a brown Noted Herpetologist Center Maynard In Starke.Cox gave a fascinating lecture recently. I
the World Wide Treatment Center band. "All snakes come from eggs," recluse can live up to 30 years,"said at the Agricultural time of to beware of poisonous snakes whichare
I for poisonous snake and insect bites. "Color is no way to tell the good says Cox "they are not born live, Cox. Cox said this Is the of water year and food activly at this time 6f the year.
The center was founded in 1969, and guys from the bad guys when identifying and when a snake is opened and crawling In search
located in Green moccasins" Cox said. Thereare found they have "
was at the hospital young are insider,
I at least 20 other water snakes bass==3=======D; =:;;;:;;:;===nom=CSR==C==<:!=== taissts=mat- eases
Cove Springs, and is now located in been eaten and not yet digested, he s9
I the Humana Hospital in Orange that look alike. states.They are individuals, and do II WITH THIS COUPON ONLY
Park. "Coral snakes do not chew" said not know their own young from any II I
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News BriefsAdditional _

ChargeIn Gainesville where his condition Is Thornton' vehicle was atop at himself into the Bradford County Jail Starke Man ArrestedFor lion according to Sgt. W. C. Reno.
Recent Drug Bust listed as stable. A passenger David 11:50 p.m. on N. Church and was released. Starke police were called to a disturbance
Jerome Smith, 17, was taken by at which time Thornton got out and Forrest Mack 'Carter. 28, of Beating WifeA on Larry St., where Simmons
Bernard Cisro Pickney, Jr. hat Rescue 50 to Lake Butler Hospital, ran, only to be seen a short time Jacksonville was arrested July 7 on Starke man was arrested July 7 was found smelling of alcohol. He
been returned from Palm Beach according to Trooper Kenneth later walking on US-301. As Chap a capias charging failed to report for and charged with using a claw ham had been told to stay off the property
County to face drug charges In Brad- Ethrldge.Lilliston. man approached Thornton he again jail time fop driving while license mer on his wife, according to In- according to Sgt.Reno. Bond was
ford County. He was charged July 7 has been charged with ran but was apprenhended this time suspended, and a capias charging vestigator David Aderholt set at $250,he was released on his
i on a capias with two counts of driving under influence and careless by the police officer. possession of cannabis, according to A disturbance call was respondedto own recognizance.John .
possession of a controlled substance driving in the accident,said Trooper Thornton was additionally charged Investigator David Aderholt. Bond by 14. John Dempsey who found
cocaine and sale and delivery of a Abridge.: with resisting an officer without was set at$50,he was released on his the wife had leg injuries requiring Milborn Miller, 45, of Starke
controlled substance to violence. He was released after own recognizance and told to reportto
according A 1982 Ford, driven by Lilliston, numerous stitches, she said she had was arrested July for refusing to
Deputy Doug York. surety bonds totalling $887.50 were serve his time on weekends. order
was westbound on NW 3rd St. The been beaten with a hammer. obey lawful according to
Pickney was charged with several vehicle ran off the north side of the posted Roosevelt Reed was charged with Patrolman John Hodges. Boner was
others Starke people who were arrested pavement edge onto the shoulder aggravated battery after his wife filed set at $250, he was released on his
on similar drug charges in and struck a dirt embankment that Starke Man Gets a complaint against him upon her own recognizance.
April, he Heed the area at that time, covered a concrete culvert. The Youth On Skateboard Fourth DUI ChargeA release from the hospital, accordingto
said Deputy York. vehicle then went airborne and Struck By CarA Investigator Aderholt. Traffic
Pickney, also known as Junior, Is 24-year-old Starke man was arrested -
struck several small trees, accor Tony Lamar Henderson of Lawteywas
in custody under a $20.000 bond. ding to Trooper Ethridge. Damageto 10-year-old Starke boy was July 4 on his fourth charge of 5 Given Probation arrested July 5 for driving
Ford in struck by a car Friday on Walnut driving under influence since 1964. under influence and
the was $ ,OOO the 2.50a : (DUD driving
Lawtey Man ArrestedIn .m. accident Street while skating on his board. Eugene Franklin Norman's blood In Circuit Court while license suspended (DWLS),
Jay Roger Brantley was not in- alcohol content was .13 percent when
Clay County The following cases received according to Sgt. Reno. Henderson'sblood
was thrown from his he was arrested at 12:50: a.m.,according .
For No Injuries skateboard disposition June 22 in Bradford alcohol content was .17 per
Lawtey BurglaryJimmie according to to Patrolman AI Chapman.
cent. He while in
County Circuit Court before Judge was charged
In US-301 AccidentA Paramedics Cliff and
Chapman Norman was charged with DUI and
Lee Childers, 32, of Cuddington.Jay OseeFagan. custody with violation of probationan
Lawtey was returned July 6 to Brad late Friday night accident on skating in the Methodist driving while license suspended. He ( outstanding warrant). Total
ford County and charged on a capias US-301 north in front of the bowling Church driveway, exited into the was released after surety bonds Brenda Lee Goodwin charged with bond was set at $3,112.50.
with failure to appear to answer alley saw no major injuries and no path of a northbound 1981 Mercuryand totalling $1,250 were posted. insurance fraud-false It fraudulent
charges of burglary and grand theft one was transported: according to was struck, according to claim was placed on five years probation John Mitchell Brown of Lawteywas
of a residence, according to Investigator Paramedics Cliff Chapman and Dan Patrolman John Hodges. Driver of andordered to make restitution arrested July 6 for DWLS, according -
David Aderholt. Cuddlngton. the Beatrice $1,913.16. to Patrolman K. R. HindsJr.
car, Jackson, 52, of
Childers has been identified as the A 1979 Chevrolet, driven by Joyce Starke was not cited in the accident. Routine Traffic Stop Alfred Lee Griffin charged with He was additionally charged
perpetrator of burglaries in the Leigh Johnson, 17 of Raiford was Children and/or youth are askedto Gets Man ArrestedRobert robbery, given five years probationand with DUI (failure to appear on an
Lawtey area last fall. He has been coming out of Starke Lanes at 11:30 use cautioh when on their ordered to m4ke restitution. order to show cause). Brown was
additionally charged with the p.m. Johnson apparently failed to skateboards, especially in traffic Allen Spradling, 38, was Joseph Brewton charged with stopped for failure to stay in a single
burglary of Torode shell in Lawtey, yield right of way and was struck bya areas before someone is seriously injured arrested for driving while license resisting an officdr with violence, lane at 4 a.m. Bond was set at
said Investigator Aderholt. Childerswas northbound 1982 Toyota, accordingto said Emergency Services suspended during a routine traffic placed on three years probation, $874.50.
returned by Clay County Patrolman AI Chapman. Supervisor Chapman. stop, according to Deputy Doug must refrain from operating motor
authorities where he has been in Damage to the Toyota, driven by York An additional charge of vehicle until has license and refrain Ray Charles Smith, 28, of Starke
custody. Pamela Sue Ward, 23, of Grahamwas possession of less than 20 grams of from using alcohol. was arrested July 4 for no valid
Childers was released July 7 to the $3,000. Damage to the Chevywas Vehicle Overturns cannabis was placed against him Thomas Leonard Meng chargedwith driver license (NVDL), according to
Department of Corrections on the $2,000. when marijuana was found on possession of cannabis; more Deputy Doug York. Smith was also
Clay County committment. No Major InjuriesA Spradling.He than 20 grams placed on live years charged on a capias with NVDL
was released after a $26250 probation make restitution take (failure to appear). He was released
Lake Butler Lawtey Man Runs 48-year-old Brandon, Fl. man surety bond was posted. drug testing be evaluated and after $202.50 surety bonds were
Youths apparently was not injured when his counseled. posted.
Injured in AccidentTwo From Traffic Arrest vehicle overturned July 2 east of Violation of ProbationThe

Arthur Dewayne Thornton, 24, of Starke on SR-1S. Divorces GrantedIn following defendants Genie Marie Strawn, 22, of Waldo
Lake Butler youths were Lawtey was arrested July 2 for driv- Macel R. Rhodes, driving a 1988 appeared was arrested July 5 for NVDL
hospitalized July 4 when their vehi- Ford was eastbound CR-16 Bradford CountyThe for a hearing on violation of
ing under influence after his blood probation VOP). (failure to appear), according to
cle crashed. alcohol content tested .10 percent, following traffic, according to following marriages were Richard Dewayne Tyler VOP for Patrolman Hinds. Strawn was stop-
Irving Parker Lilliston, 16, was according to Patrolman Al Chap- Trooper William Abrams. Rhodes dissolved in Bradford County dwing grand theft court revoked probationand ped for a traffic violation when the
to Shands Hospital in swerved to the left when traffic
man.LouAnn the month of June. ordered teletype revealed she was wanted in
Tyler to two years con-
ahead of him slowed to make
a right
Ronald Stevens & Teresa W. finement in probation and 'reI<'titu- Pasco County. She was released
Azalea & Blueberry Farm turn.onto The the Ford shoulder ran off where the roadwayand Rhodes Stevens. tion center unless fine is paid. after a $200 cash bond was posted.
Robert E.Leak,Jr. & Vernell Par- Ricky Robert Tyson VOP for at-
Located: off 100 South toward Keystone, take right on I braked hard to slow and overcorrected rish Leak. tempted aggravated battery with Thomas Paul Futch, 23, of Lake
I to control.
24th Avenue follow trying regain The David A. Martin & Patricia A. bottle, prior probation revoked City was arrested July 5 for DUI, according -
signs or vehicle slid and rotated clockwise
Martin. to Sgt. Reno. Futch's blood
placed on five probation $250
Call 964-7109 & Wa will assist you Tues thru Sat. 10-5:30 rotation when the tires on the left Shirley Penska Andrew Penska. fine, refrain from years use of alcohol. alcohol content was .18 percent. He
side into dirt and the vehicle
dug Billy Ray Bell & Connie M. BeU. Sherry Ann Thornton VOP for ut- ws released after a$362.50 cash bond
overturned said
Blueberries Abrams. Joel C. Hodges & Karen D. bank was posted.
Are tering a forged check same
There were no charges in the 11:ISa
Pickin'UPut !! .m. accident and Rescue was John C. Turknett Jr. It Alice probation Chris Douglas Robinson, court Joseph Walter Montgomery: of
cancelled enroute. Darlene Turknett. revoked previous probation and Lawtey was arrested July 4 for DUI,
Melinda S. Combs & Wilbur placed defendant on new probation DWLS,according to Sgt. Reno. Mon-
Your Handcrafted ItemIn Duval Man Arrested
Combs. tgomery refused the breathalyzer.He .
Eugene order for five years, told to enroll in
Our Consignment Shop Fails To Serve TimeA Leslie M Boomfield & Mary K. Job Core Center within 30 days. was released after a $1,210 cash
bond was
Boomfield posted.
"All Nature Sings of Jesus" Duval County man charged with William M. Griffis & Ruth Griffis.
failure to report for jail time turned June 29 Fredrick H. Walker 39, of

Neil Norman Golden placed on Glasglow, Ky. was arrested July 4
Lawtey Man ChargedIn five years probation and ordered to for DWLS, according to Trooper D.
make restitution for burglary of a C. Roberts. He was released after a
& Evaluation July 4th BurglaryA structure. $210 surety bond was posted.
Dog Training has Timothy Lee Tyler,court revoked
24-year-old Lawtey man
been with previous probation and reinstated John Leo Geer, 30, Brooker was
All BreedsNow charged breaking into a
Lawtey home over the 4th of July. defendant on community control for arrested July 7 for DUI,according to
two years with two years probation. Sgt. Reno. Bond was set at $362.50,
enrolling for classes Jerome Lee, was arrested July 7 '
Shirley Ann Williams found guilty
for according to In- he was'released on his. own
VOP restored her to same probationterm.
Classes Begin July 10 vestigator David Aderholt. Lee is recognizance.
charged with taking the TV antenna
Must Have At Least 10 Applicants r from the home and rods and reels Bradford Rescue
from a boat in the yard of the same Recent ArrestsIn
\ I home. All items taken in the Bradford Has Busiest MonthJune
Obedience Advanced Obedience i ., burglary have been recovered, said CountyThe
it'll' was the busiest month ever
Guard Attack Aderholt. following arrests were made for Bradford Rescue.
Protection Dog Dogs County They
tQ Bond was set at $1,000 at Lee's by local authorities in Bradford
Approved by Department of Defense Certified Military Instructor Parvo Immunization Required ; first appearance and he was released County. responded to a total of 136 runs
which) is 16 more than the month of
Call 964-8411. Mon.. Wed. & Fri. 6:3O-8:3O p.m I N Aderholt on own recognizance.to May,which had been the record high
SR 16 expects additionally Robert Earl Simmons 28
IIZ was arrested -
since the service started in Starke.
charge him with petit theft. for intoxica-
July disorderly
The 136 calls required the
transporting of 92 patients in 86
ry :J I transports, according to SupervisorCliff
Chapman. Fifty calls requiredno
transporting. Seven runs were

made by the back-up unit. One pa-
'1.0.1- ,' tient transported Trauma I
was by
We'reThere 301 Liquors & LoungeLive and two patients were transportedby

Music The majority of the patients, 66,
I were taken to Bradford Hospital in
Ray Parrish Band Friday & Saturday. 9-2 Starke.Thirteen patients were takento
Alachua General, two to Shands
When Sunday. 7.11Johnny JacksonFiiDORttTi and one to North Florida Hospital,
all in Gainesville.One .
You patient was taken to Reception -
Medical Center and one to Lake
Butler Hand Surgery Clinic in Lake
Need Butler. One patient was taken to
University Hospital in Jacksonvilleand
Us.Emergenq one to Gateway in Lake City.
t ) 'f Thirty-two calls were to illness
related patients. Twenty calls were
to people suffering from trauma and
it r another nine suffered trauma
resulting from vehicle accidents.
Eleven calls were to people with
respiratory problems and four suf-
Cafe fered emotional problems.One .
call was to a gunshot wound
24 Hours victim, one call was to an obstetric
tt1 patient and five calls were to overdose

: : A Day: $( ALL victims.

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Emergency all the winners at the big trophy
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you do,our skilled FOOD BAR races, and many of the contestants
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Chicle en. lasagna Fried Chicken. Roast Beef and Meat loaf. school age or younger.
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Agranowitz, Lee big winners in Our Country Day Tennis Tournament

ii III IIII Ed Agranowitz captured his been ranked as high third in the taken me into a third set anything sets to dispose of the Mark Friedlin played in a professional event, giving
seventh Our Country Day Tennis state in his age bracket, combined could have happened." and Ed DeKeyser 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 in a Agranowitz,who he had faced in
Tournament men's singles title some stunning winners with steady, "It was an enjoyable tournament, rain-delayed semifinal match. many memorable finals,a clear shot
Saturday, July 4th, with a 64, 6-3 high percentage tennis. with fine play by all of the players Agranowitz and Avant defeatedPat for his seventh title.
victory over Ed DeKeyser of ''fie Just doesn't make any who entered. It's always exciting to Diggs and Archie Kittles from The most exciting match in the
Keystone Heights in the final. He mistakes" DeKeyser said after the play here on the 4th,with the parade Starke 6-0, 6-2 in the other doubles tournament's history occured in
then teamed up with Hugh Avant of match."1 need to play against him a swirling down the street, and the semifinal.In 1983, when Agranowitz defeated
Melrose to capture the doubles titleas few more times before 111 be able to baby crawl and the watermelon the juniors division two of the Porter in a marathon of top-notch
well. do much better than that againsthim eating contest going on at the same most talented of the younger set got action for three sets 6-7 (7-1)), 7-6
The Junior Boy's title went to in a tournament." time. It's a fun atmosphere for into a fine match, held in betweenthe ((7-4), 63.Agranowitz.
Glenn Lee of Keystone Heights, an "He played much better in the second everyone." mens singles final and the won his 100th trophy in
eighth grader, who defeated finalist set and def inantly had me wore In doubles Agranowitz and Avant doubles final, with both Mosley and tennis in 1982 on July 4th in Keystone
Chad Mosely 6-3, 6-3 in their final. ried when he took a 3-2 lead," said beat Pat and Salvador Perez 6.2.6-0 Lee exchanging some fine baseline Heights when he beat Rich King in
I Lee is the first junior winner in the Agranowitz, who defeated Scott In the double final. Agranowitz now rallies and exciting points before the finals.He won his 200th trophy in
I tournament in over seven years.He. Baker of Keystone Heights 6-0,8-0 in has over 200 trophies in the sport in a Lee, the more experienced of the 1985 when he defeated Mark Friedlin
Mosley and the other seventh and their semi-final match. "It was blaz- record of achievement in Florida two, prevailed 6-3, 63. in the semi-finals, also in Keystone
eighth grade contenders represent a ing hot as usual, and I was getting which began in 1978. The tourney was missing the Heights..
bright hope for tennis at KHHS in tired in the second set. If he had. The Perez brothers needed three defending champion this year. Agranowitz, achieved his highest
coming&easons.Agranowltz Former Keystone Heights resident tennis ranking in 1982 when he was
,a Gainesville resident n Russ Porter, ranked eighth in the third in the mens 30 singles,and won
who will begin teaching at Keystone state in the United States Tennis the Florida State Hardcourt Championships -
Heights High School in the Fall, has Association computer rankings, in 1983.
a sterling record in the tourney,
which annually attracts a top-notch -........., -
group of players, and made his way -
to this year's final with ease, dropp-
ing just two games before DeKeysertook
three in the second set of the Wj.
final match. .,,
DeKeyser stormed into the finals

.... -- ---_..' with an exciting, 6-3,7-6 (H) upsetof
third seeded Pat Perez of Lake t .' s -rI MOBILE E
Butler in the semi-finals, but -..-.
Big Serve...
couldn't match the virtual error-free }IIpN DL 1h HOME CENTRAL AIR 4 T
Agranowiti smashes a serve In the play of Agranowitz,especially in the A A[ A
finals match against Ed DeKeyser. opening set of their final match, in by A lop notch unit especially design
which the veteran player, who has I R .ratin' ed for mobile homes Ask about
tJ IMftHIHERM our no money down special

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A. Edwards Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
with Rev. James Cowart officiating. .. ,
Junior Finalists.
William A. Edwards,70,a residentof Burial was in Brown Cemetery
Merritt Island,FL,died June 25 at under the directions of Archie Tan- Glenn Lee,at left,and Chad Mosley were finalists the Junior division, 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
his residence of 13 years. ner Funeral Home. Lee winning 6-3. 6-3 in the final.
He was a retired major in the U.S.
Air Force.
Survivors include his wife, Jean Card of ThanksThank Funeral services were held "V9OOOOOO0099000OO I U.O OOOOOOOO jULfl (LO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO U O 0 0 0 IJoni

Edwards; daughter, Pamela you all for the sympathy, Wednesday, July 8, at the Archie
Frisbey of Sanford, FL; one sister, support, kindness and help shown to Tanner Funeral Home chapel with Pnotograpny
Louise Bell of Starke. our family during the long illness Rev. Leaton Morgan III conductingthe
Graveside services were held at and recent death of our loved one. service. Cremation will follow
the Brevard Memorial Park with Archie Tanner Funeral Home July I Special I
Cemetery in Frontenac, FL. The Family Of Opal Martin of Starke in charge of ar
Donations may be made to Holmes rangements.
Regional Hospice, 2420 S. Babcock Card of ThanksThe :

St., Melbourne, FL 32901. Brevard family of Alice S. Locker Newborn Babies Teens & Glamour Photo
Memorial Funeral Home in would like to thank all their friendsfor MEMORY 1-11 x 14
Frontenac was in charge of ar the prayers, floral offerings, ModelingWeddings 1-8x10 Commercial
rangements. cards and food. Also for being withus ALAN REDDING 1 7 Products & Illustrations
during the recent loss of our loved JULY 2, 1984 JULYS. 1984 Proms -DX Indoor & Outdoor Photog.

Irma Lee Brown one.A. Measure your life by loss Instead of Groups 5 Wallets "In Home" and
thank to
Irma Lee Brown, 72, of Hastings, Funeral special Home. you gain; not by the wine drunk, but in Party Pictures 00 Studio Showing
FL, died Thursday, July 2, at her Jane Honn&Family the wine poured forth, for love's Sports Teams 30
daughter's home in Hastings follow- strength stands in love's sacrfice: rand
ing an extended illness. who suffers most has most to -
Mrs. Brown was born and raisedin Barney Lee Collinsworth give. Quality Work That You Can AffordThe
Quincy and worked at the Chat- Barney Lee Collinsworth, 16, resident memory of your love andsacrifice
Location 150 Lawrence Blvd.
t tahoochee Hospital as a nurse until of Starked, died Saturday,July will live within us forever Keystone Heights
i she moved to Miami, then to 4, on Highway 100 following an Love, Open Monday through Saturday 11 am to 5.pm 475-2247
Jacksonville, and then to Ft. automobile accident. BJJLB.aB_ a i_ _Bi_ _ni_ _i on 007 if o o BOO o o too fa 9 BO no oo oooooooogoaDBnoflnnponBaaaflQaflaaQflao
Lauderdale and then to Hastings, Mr. Collinsworth was born at Momma and Marilyn
where she has lived for the past six Dover Air Force Base, Dover, I
years. She was a member of the Delaware. He moved to Starke in
Baptist faith. 1972 where he has resided since. He
Survivors!' include 'Her! daughter, was a member of the Bayless Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds Invite You.
Shirley Leonardy of Hastings; two Highway Baptist Church and attended .
sons Van:Arthur Brown'of JLeestturg' Bradford High.
and Kenny Brown bf' Ft. Lauderdale Survivors include his mother and Come Test
; four sisters, Agnes Ruud of father, William S. and Blanche Andrews Drive ,q&1
Tallahassee, Delia Ruud and Lona Collinsworth of Starke; two e
Landis, both of Quincy, Trudie brothers, Jesse J. and John A. Col \\
Taylor of Melbourne. linsworth of Starke; paternal grand "t"e
Funeral services were conducted mother, Mrs. Nell A.Collinsworth of
Saturday at the chapel of Archie Starke. SPECTRUM

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304 E. Call, St. Starke 964-7014
Owned and Operated by Donna Beinert it Or Take Home

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July:4th Tragedy.- .. -So>on -
struggle to treat the injuried and clear the roadway. Air Condition Spec.
The scrme of a: fctjJ.t.iLsi.-SR-1M east of Starke last Saturday Two vehicles were involved In the late afternoon accident where both CORBETT'S
.fcrr:a lfrnrM" Starke.., ......_:a coafi rag site as rescue workers drivers and two passengers were hospita lized. can.Check Freon.Comprewor Bait*. Up to 2

Head-On Collision Takes One Life 3-Year 1O"Red Tope Tire & ServicE

U.S. 301 Temple t Awe.

A -eolhsipo Satiwday after restrictions and improper change of Dan Oxtdington Randy Gaskins Police Officers assisted with traffic. 39" 964-6436
noon oa SB-lM three miles: tram lane said Trooper Myers. and KMT Steve hitch, Squad Five Trooper D. C. Roberts was I
Starke took the Lie of:a 16-y ar-oid Also responding to the accidentwas from the Starke Fire Departmentand homicide investigator.
Starke The dnms d botb Union) County Rescue. Starke .. --.
boy. cars Paramedics Freeman Register. .t ,, .
and a sxyearpaweeger. are .. .. .
still bosjBiaJluBd but fatted u!>stable __ __ _______ ___n
eoodrlmom. II
Dead at tile scene was Barney Lee
"""evainnlli wttm wa a passeaa|| 1'1uCE-WISE ti r. r." ".
in one d the vetades. He sobered Prices ;
multiple trauma. according to JStote Good "i"'
Paramedic JNeteoa Green and EXT ru
Dwajnoe Uardee. 4combine to bring you
July 4 at 4:45 p..m. a 198SOUsmotale LOWER PRICES! July 13 _
CSara chrrea by Tsoda
Jean Afoodj CcIII JI acrtbr was
eastbound on SR-1M. For am'a.Ibe
--*- ftfrIde: craued
the centcrine* iuniniisj two sbound -at 4
wuDess cars ou mjf use roadwaybthiw Crown
stnkmg a ISM Xassaa hcad- < .Seagram.
oo. Tlie Nissan,drum by Deborah 1., Calvert Royal Gin
Foster SbFppard. of Crystal River. Extra
skidded to rest rant pa at of impact.
The Olds skidded to rest on the LTR LTR Statement of ConditionJune
driver"sidei aaar 10 hopperColtitlgsworlh

David Myers. ,. 1*. of Slarke was LTR 1 / 699 $49l 30 1987ASSETS
transported by Resene SI to Brad- ,
fatdumpital and later tramtandto
AJtacnua General Hocprtal witftbbple
tacerabaac aad back pI IL
Her "_..1.*... on Wednesday was
listed as facconfimg: to a
Sbrprd M. was taken by Wine
Rescue M to Shands. saftenng
-.bipIe &acbreL Her daogbte ._ oler 1987 1986 Increase(%)
su-year-old Jennn'er.wno was nearly Gordon A Mallbu t
ejected,was taken by ShandsCair 4i 4 Pk Cosh &Due From Banks '1.119,573 '1.oas.12O 3.2"-
from the t"1 with moktpie fiat _
uses Bath were t ted as stable at pta Vodka X49 Federal Funds Sold 5.775.000 2..00.000 140.6%
press time. Jennifer was a Investment Securities 6,339,002 7,054.04910.1"
I"D" tbe back seat of the r 75O Loans &Discount Receivable '14.123,899. '12,758.377' -- 10.794
ear.David Holbc Sbeppard.,30,apannengrr rsstg TR ', less Unearned Discount ((454,697) 1423,782)) 7.3"-

was" ejected m from tile ngbt tbe vetade.front seat.laadujg -=- 6" less Loan Loss Reserve .'_((200,723)) ".62r47 23.5

under tbe ear at tbe ngt*rear 659 Net Loans 13. 4! 2.172,122 10.7%
wocca,. ccwBvuqs to Tt eMym. Interest Earned Uncollected 420,626 418,472 0.5%
He was taken by Rescne to Bradfordabrasions Banking House& Fixtures 66W' 6.19539 3.2%
Hospdat salJeriIIC [ram maItqJIe & LOUNGEStarke Other Real Estate
and tack palm. He bas 301 LIQUORS J} -5 300
been dttc&ar ed. accanfiBn to a 1 mile North of Starke on US 301 Other Assets -79,7 3 -.23.25t_ 2257-
bccprtaj spokespersvsi OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 964-7771 TOTAL ASSETS i. 85&65 "?:3747,851171_ _
According to toe acodeiat report PATRICKS PUB & PACKAGE r--
DO one was w arag seat betts in
otter veteete.Tonda Calheath, : Keystone Heights Open 7 Days A Week 473-9727 LIABILITIES
bas beea ated for vmtoboa of Jice.e 10O Yds North 100 on Hwy 21 North Demand Deposits 'L3,904,07S '1I.5O.5JI2l 20.8% I

---- Official Checks 125,75.3, 201,587 --37.6/ t I
-- Savings Accounts 1,846,717 1,468,426 25.8'.
Certificates of Deposit 8,361,61.. 7.3S':3: 13.7- I
Total Deposits '24.2J8.16J. 0,530,248 18.1"I- I

Reserve Accounts 154.614 lMSS -17.1%
Other Liabilities. 61,40 .-q- -7Se-
--- TOTAL LIABILITIES '24,454,186 '20,757.253 1117.8

.. SAIEs tI Capital CAPITAL! Stock .200.000 -!200,000 ao"
Surplus 1,800,000 1,800,0001.O4O.60O 0.0
Retained i Earnings I 1.404.464- +
S TOTAL CAPITAL .0x404,464 '3,040,600 12.0"
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( TOTAL LIABILITIES ---i--. _- _ _
AND CAPITAL 27,858,650 23.Z97oBS3 17.1%


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Mfg MOMDA CM 4501:$600. clean run ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE PHONE 9(4-777 m

gpodl 473-2037 often 5p.m. 7/9 Itchg 2 BR. | BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for 1t79 TAURUS, 27' self-contained, large dating TOGETHER service I Storke's sine 1977.most All respected ages including 205 M. T*T Ii.... Starfc{ I i iCsell.

retired AC, heater, antenna rear
couple. Easy walking distance refrigerator, senior citizens (
YARD SALES to new shopping c.nt.r. $29,999. Call bedroom sleeps 10. $5000. 9645318. 1-8006484401.. tfn .T.redllop.r
964.5606.4/30. tin 7/2 .4tchg 7/23 VISA/MASTERCARDI Get card to
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 22 FT. CAMPER sleeps 8, full both fully
on half acre just day. Call 1.619.565.1522
ext. C1383FL
WL*SATJbly TO ft n. NE 10 off R 16
Eos. 9-4L Irpdl 7/9 out.ld. Raiford. Fireplace, 2 air conditioners contained $2000. 4311662. 7/2 3lchg 24 hours for your application. 7/2 3tpd eeteNOWREADY

GARAGE SALE::: 6IO Melton' T.r,. Sat. ft large two car garage. 7/16 7/16 FOR YOU
Reasonable. priced. Must b. seen to be
San iW ly, II ft. 17. lots good

ttargum. 7/9,,,,ell appreciated.31.1133.7/2 2tpd For 7/9 Information call LAND FOR SALELOT NOTICE _...c-

ACROSS s OMrh* new Winn-Dixie, PRICE" REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE.3 BR. 2 301 N- J.5 acr_.MH book..-:2..lldmpJWII.JII: ) : SX7.0BV

BUG Sanudby.'YARD SAILS July' II.- Eats 7/9 of Itchg nic. stuff no BA. brick v.n..r home with fireplace IN CITY $6,000. Call 964. .5764. after CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 301 N-by Econo Lodge 16S.DI'on3DI van OMBsrasaw
and on 5 Beautiful to the Bradford County 301 approximately ISO/ji *.:220'
unl' ,appliances, glassware and much garage acres. 5, call 964 5251 3/07 tfn appro
| ham. United Realty of Stark. divide Telegraph office In writing and paid in 301 Queen
:3X9 C.nt.r Street, Fri. ft Sat., 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will N-Dairy Building 9 mam
mat 730)). TV 7/9 Utichgi 964. .8447. or evenings 4733627. NOW Into 10 acre or more tracts. 964-7771 or advance unless credit Is already 301 S-193'301 frontage f SbOg.
: $59,500. 7/2 Hnchg established with this office. and
964-4537. 5/14 TFchg 301 Washington St.-2623.005' f 97A,50.
3 FAMWV' 'YARD SALE Frk A Sat.. 8-12.:
/femes from Cry Hall ,in Lawt. Fur. NEW HOME 11 Reverse board and batten 3 ACRES, cleared land septic tank, THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 301 S.270" on 301 appro*.:2 one fit3D0e.
with brick, 2 BR. 2 BA CH/A Larg. outside Raiford. Call HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
nnfluv. .......tedI! household items, pump lust
front porch overlooking stocked lake. 31.1133.7/2 2tpd 7/9 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
cHnlhttem ell adult 7/9 ttchg -
plus acre. Custom made kitchen ACRES and mobile home off Brownie THE TELEPHONE. .
fIlL m SAT., canon from City Hall in 1 1/3 Alvarez Court From*.2 BR.ISALake 30)000)) )
cabinets and vanities. Lake Classified deadline Is TUESDAY
Sampson Rood, 964-8405. 7/2 2tpd 7/9
Butler .4 BR 2 BA W + Sa.aMI:
Dauwfey wardrobe plaid sofa. yon
vicinity. Call .431-1376 or 964-808. For 12 NOON prior to Thursday publication.
HWY 301 NORTH Nearly V x
dinn rabl*with>chairs, coffee table sole acre Classified Rd 100 across New River Bridge.MH-B.: $ _- S 4I1f.SJii)
by 7/2 display deadline is TUESDAY
owner. 2tchg 7/9 50 mobile, large workshop or tales
andl end! table ..'. coffee acres-novesidenos.
odiOMiing SUUJBD
antique FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR, 2 BA home CASH. Some terms 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display /
Mai,*, child's" desk and more. 7/9 ItchgMC on I'/ acre, large work shop, small room available$14,900 by owner 5 miles north of placement is NOT Guaranteed. Blending Street -.4 Br.2 BA. liIoe_......... S4 :3u II

GARAGE SALE Fri A Sat.. 213 W. animal barn pole born and more. Stork. on 301 across from 200-A, 7/9 Minimum charge for classified ads is New River Area-*.31 _.: .2MH.117t35''iinpramdlpmsll, Sd,1JIIII)
Mimosa OB. 9.._ until497/9ltchg Reasonably priced. 9A4-W.1A. 7/2 4tpd Itpd 15 words for $3.50. then 15 cents for Edwards Loop. 3BR.2BA.: __ S 6208.)

GARAGE SALE 91.. Saturday only 2 BR HOUSE, new roof large lot near each word thereafter Lowrey-Largehi.toricfiom..4.9amesflu.nNk.dMixl f5f6,80

..a6 ML VKolnuf 7/9 ttchg school and shopping. Excellent location Orange and Fran-2/1 frame S3SOBBS4MKHB)
'TARO SAIl FRIDAY and Saturday 964-7061, 9648791. or 9647578. Brooder 3/2 brick and........'Shady.Ook Siib..eM HUB Itot )
Oax..far.* Roadt Go Rd. 16 West 5 7/2 2tchg 7/9 Meng Dairy Rd. -225_.: /
imlles"tram" 3OT ft. to. Turn right on NW BY OWNER COLONIAL .4 BR. 2 BA. Laura St. 3/1 CB.fenced yard.vaUimg-ditBnn )
S7rn>Awe tank of goodies. 7/9!>d Lake and canal-MH omertot 4CE08B)
spacious rooms, close, convenient Crosby S
WARD SALE Lots of craft. \\AcceIeratedJReaItv./ac.\\
3 AMWY -
quiet amenities, may purchase 2. 5 or Crosby Lak.Conol-2SR.1SA.IGHA.4rone S4mmg! )
old!tool, books. and Fri.
clbt_ misc.
10 acres. Some owner financing. Kmgsley Lake Village BR IBAfnmeSlpe," S299DWS4SOB8):
J oo11r1lCll&5 t.. July\ It 664 N. Water St... 964.5610. 7/9 2tpd 7/16

5A r1Oe. 7/9 Trpdl; 3 BR. I BA COUNTRY HOME Workshop _...ACREAGE.-.,.
YARD SACS July "'. 310 N. Walnut. 94..
12 x 65 mobile home, some fencing and Rd. 100 Lost1.37 acres S 7Oes)
Bola mogozins. collctibles. fur out building. 9 acres. .420 ft.road frontage lOSthAve.Lawtey.2 '.(0 acrvscleamtl: S IIItJPJf1))
"' _.. cliomes.. small appliances and () 964-4544 :
eeccnd.7q"" VtpdiCOAT \: mobile on home SR 100.and$69,500 3 acres or seperate.will sell I I IWI Hampton 438 acres.This", property, vor hnLawtey 'J1 SClIIJB\( )

.. C SATURDAY, !5O4 Laura St. 964.8350. Need financing. -5 acres 1O5th Aw S1tJ1J II)
your own Rd 100 E. 12 S a.1JIIII: )
Snmdl Jbnes Funeral Ham. Itpd 7/9 7/9 Itpd 1520 Walnut St. acres plus ton pood
s. Flume Rd. .9 acres: jams Country Club S i/If a II)
Westmoreland. Got
YARD SAtS eaT S. alI .
, ( )( ) Liquidating 2 opts. Like new all .
_* .bee a* everything. Want to sell it rear fenced. Very good Income or Livein (Hwy. 301 S.) Rd. 16E: -9 acres 2 walls.3: aptictimlnRd. :

atV on.Kniev.Go IB quit. 9 a.m. til. Frl- one, rent one $47,000 total. 124. N. Starke FL 16 W and Crawford R. .7 acres SItBflWSSDSOBK)
alb*S So*. Arty\ 1QVI?. 7/9 Itpd Myrtle 9648811 7/9 Itpd Oklowaha River.3 beautiful oases )
E. Graham-14'4 acres cleared SI1III.W)
Wayne Douglas. MSA
FARM EQUIPMENTSTEEL Primitive Baptist Church Rd. -20 H*oaroe.3: wMilht..
FINANCIAL SERVICES Designated Appraiser 2 septic:tanks 2 pole,_,,_- 50108111

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MilD HIfLI' Must sell 2 arch-styled steel buildings / Homes*/ Lots / Acreage / WaterfrontS Brownie' Rd.-36,43 acrs-owner 4m. SKI ana
W. buy houses., FHA or VA Mortgages. from cancellation. One is .40 x .40 Bay less Hwy-50 acres........home tfgf<"hrmi 9R18m
Sam Canwennonall Elain. 473-2438: Brand new. Call Jim 18005274044. Farms s/1 Commercial

sVendai 4793677. 7/9 2tehg 7/16 7/9 2tpd 7/16 _SAMPSDY'JOkrE.' -

BIKINI LIVING Lovely Swimming Pool and Guest Cottage 3 BR. 2 BA Lakefront Lots A Lake access: lots-
Brick Home, Family Room w/Flreplace. Central Heat and Air. Prices: range from f O.i1 1
, t MATHEWS REALTY PLENTY OF SPACE .4 BR, 2 BA, Brick Home Central Heat A Air, Central 1nf
..s. snail A tack room, pecan t
Vacuum Large Kitchen and Family Room w/Fireplace. on 2 acres. 2I.of18
_, pastor.ponds, much more 441 W. Madison
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE Frame .4 BR. 2 BA. Central Heat and .
1110.< :' PROPERTY fronts
Starke. 32091 Air New Carpet. 1 BR. I BA. Apt. w/.freparate Entrance, all on 5 acres -
ir. 3O1I, new Courthouse. great inv.stmsne 964-4469 MAINTENANCE FREE EXTERIOR 3 BR; 2 BA. Cathedral Ceiling, Living Country Club Estates-3 kits (S 7900)S )

potential.9447MOBILE Room w/Flreplace, Central Heat S Air Stove and Dishwasher Garage ( S5D9
HOME PARK, Ocala 13sfmaee m
4 mobiles included 2 I I LJI::\HIS_ w/Driveway. Is( 9300
FmHA m BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE 5 Br, 2 BA Split Floor Plan. Central Heat A Kmgsley Lake Village lots % 4900)smrmn
edIem.! .. income. 100% tftirrifitsnita
I 1 good Air. Large Kitchen w/Snack Bar Inside Utility Room Crosby Lake Lot 22-Make otterWoah.ngton

sup' REALTOR se"/ce CONCRETE BLOCK HOME ON 4.49' ACRES 3 BR. 2 BA. Central heat. Air, ondCherry2loss s a aw
JMO -AOett.HOMfc on 34es.Ktu- Central Stereo/Intercom Range and Dishwasher 2.200 sq. ft. Winding Tree Lok-Lot 246."......od :hont_ f6506.Aiswelsee .
could! b used eommerttkvly. LAWTEY 125: 2 BR, 1 BA, 15 acresplus
building *
ca sIN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 2 BA, Central H.o1.I.c..b7 ,.q.tlonge! ,
PVicsKt! right.MABRICK extra septic tank, 60000. .
Refrl and Dishwasher all on a Nice Fenced Lot.
HOME and commercial BROOKER: 76 acres'h wooded
NEAR SCHOOL 3 BR. 1 '/> BA CB Home, Living-Dining-Kitchen Central .
I ....U ..9 S acres, fronts US 301. In'I.. pasture, creek, only $1500 per heat, on Nice Lot. Pauline Randolph. tKe411Q1MK99

case nv*> Great Exposure. .acre.W. PRATT ST.i 3/1. CH/A. stove, GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD 3 BR, 1 '/< BA, Brick Home, Range A Refit Nice John L.epfadMt.rAppwiwAs.
terrain* Champion, Broker .*Trwlllar Nels< 41PSiSq
relrig., microwave oven ceiling lot.NEWLY .
S ljOr REALTY fan, children walk to school.iso.Pwasrd WEDS Cypress, 1 BR, 1 BA, Large Living-Dining Area Central Ready Cory 4DSYJt17
I Heat A Air.HANDYMAN. .
Reduced to $35.500.
I 9ssfmr KINGSLEV LAKE M/H PARK: Approximately SPECIAL 2-Story Frame, 3 BR. 2 BA Well A Septic. $25.000.
153' waterfront with
.t.I 5184-4031 owners home. TEN ACRES: Bradford County 13th Street N.E.. Pecan grove. .
Reduced for LOT ON LAKE GENEVA 100.790 ft., on the water
or t LAKE : quick
105.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua Priced sell.
County. to oiLiiruimmiijEXPfflTAplGE etlw M.- esY.Wwe4
473-3000 sale. 3 BR. 2 BA, CHSA, large lot.
only$38,000.Appraisedat$46,000. .10 ACRES In South Cloy County Reiidential-Agriculture, $17.900. ._........ .
f 838 K.TrmpleStar i .20 ACRES NW Bradford County Residential-agricultural. ., e9wSmrfS.ses!
.4.55 ACRES A 2.16 ACRES Near Graham zoned for MH. .
LAKE LOTS Crosby and Sampson Lakes, Owner financing. J JON: ALL OF VOUR. JEsrttA..k .......SoIIiotI
CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W. 2 blocks from 301.

HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcels. Good business location.
HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acres near Eorlton Beach 210 ft. on highway. "

COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq. ft. floor! space. !


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*A SKOAL BUY .2 BH. S BA.xxifal iA..on man 'Mutfrwaw. Iflemy.*

storage In basement. Inovativ*Imoncmp.!>Va litB_II.-....::11IIII.

*JUST Off SOUTH J01 Mobile torn.:3 AIL. II B*.em t,,asap

Susan Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT *CRYSTAL LAM AREA-Nd .lots of*pa<.?O*-2SH>**.fhiw i tfb. ..-r

than new brain '-. 3 BR 2 SA.CIlIA.n 2 ..... -.pt4wt4yre ieIIbbIR.t / .

ERA FAULKNER REALTY, INC | 110000.*SAMPSON LAKE -3/2 MN O4&A.82. sta.errd liai'| -">>.-|>llenslV.

furnished including dudes.cookwweend: .psis.."ls JBI.O"-d-
Located Hwy. 301 2 Blks S. SR.100 fer.

221 W. Lafayette Street 96445221STARKE. *LAsVTEY AREA 3/2 CB. CHCA.K. H..so.*.). fK.sm I (DO"*.--I....
[ condition. SS3.900.

Ft.BJ3O 10 AOKS with ........... nosilk
3 BATH- ass 2.7oq...Stacked park.I".vs..tl dledlt S armrly.rn'r-,

9645069REALTOR I Only S7I.9OO. .

," 5:3O sv.nV *7 ACRES with home X born on 225 sear 1AiI'.Rls msry..ac.rndis


REALTOR *OWNER FINANCING :3 aces on yawed sued..rHi wstll. *mdl SMoXc.itnnk.I .
s :.:>e
II ACRES On SR 16 A Morgan.d. aIUnimilMaiis sl.

Irene L Faulkner- 964-5142 *2 LOTS CRYSTAL LAKE OMESfTS Oyvtal &**. 0M....le.>|ss> awalUUbu I
HOMES IN STARKE* $8.BOO far. ........
Lucille Spry 964-8420 LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY Exceptional Brick Home In absolutely the best KINGStEY LAKE VsUACC .lass tar$. m.

Bobby Biggs 964-7331 location. 3 BR 2 BA over 1.600.q. It. living area,double garage.CH/A. 1201 s I LOT ON BttOOKLVM LAKE COVE.Beautiful Ikeexlb.SXOHD.

300' lot. city water & sewer $70.500. *LAKE LOTS on s..n.LaIoe.
IN THE BEST ARIA On Bsssent Road lovely 3 Bedroom. 3 bath, separate *SAMPSON CITY AREA Dmmr Murnmg ,i svst M iMw Kl emssi. .IHewytimber "

dining room double garage, many amenities. On 5 acres with 38 bearing das to Sampson Lak*.(32.000.CWiner(.-,...
SEE THIS SHOWPLACE pecan trees. See to appreciate. *COUNT CUM -BwMmg lots from So6.1111.Sam.im)wmsv fnntin&,

FOR THE GOLFER Country Club over 1V4 acres, 3/2. All brick sunkenllvIng CO'4IMfI'C'-.t. *
Coil for a private showing on this lovely home room fireplace, ceiling to floor windows many extras. Prize REDUCED
Now $7 ,900. *MOsMLE HOME PAK MTE. f)aces orii.l+a4aysewE6 JPI-Cry
Kitchen DRASTICALLY. Was $84,900
located Call Street. fully equipped
on ,
DEER RUN Immaculate living in this 32 ft. MH. Concrete pad security water K sewer _ilabie- Stork*.
over 2.700 sq. ft. lights, stocked lake.. Ideal for retired. Only 15500. *LAKE BUTLER-1.300...$ .sMiikdmg tm MM.2f ,.....f!ssinjr e*". eedlpru4k-!

IMMACULATE 4/2 IN STARES CH1A 2 ear carport. 100 X 100 lot. $53.000. ing.
EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR. over 13OO sq. ft. Close to new Wlnn Dixie. shopping. *ON MWV. Ml Apartmsmt co ilw.' f uH* mvB""v.a B"eteMllk.""
Only $28,000. *2400 $Q. FT. SponkioB ow wdereal I 3""" pe_H.'
aFOR *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1% Ba. approx. 1400 sq. ft., fenced yard 4 Pried to sell
trees.$39,000. *INVESTOCS- Pmesong' $/ ).p..d ..ed thw .jh ympsm....CW.i.r.....

bearing* HANDY pecan MAN SPECIAL Brick home on approx. 150 K 200 lot close to US Ml -Vacant land avollabl.AsmnrtsrisuoM.. ws....CrOEorfaA.mM.m

hospital. Fire damaged. Priced to sell at 20000. *OUT OF STACCE: *

FRAME HOME on N. Church St. Immaculate. Only 28600. *AU BUTLER PMC Mducwl toe S30... Ckimr esrfs..es4acrific ."--- fKIE
PRICE REDUCED. 3/1 CB. CHSA In Starke.. Owner financed. 36000. *to buy larger hem* hi the marrg. lehmiy.

HISTORICAL BEAUTY In mint condition, 32000. Coll for your privateshowing. *WEEKEND eXTRCAT 75 N. .**...*Hsite_t.J Wt/MM.OK *.a.....Ex.

*HOMES IN THE COUNTRY* tertoct- 130.000.
*HISTORIC BEAUTY M 1AJCE MmnuoavoUohle a alai 3H OIb/ k. o.A1._ "'tflP
RENT *2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 acres. Forsyth Road. Muet b*-'

*COUNTRY LIVING in this almost new 3/2 CB home on 2 ae.. brick fireplace, *WALDO- Price reduc d>.CB.OQO.-i--..... .d" ......2I'L

3 BR, 2 BA home In Starke, Cen H&A skylight and many ...tra.. *REO pUiSSFORQUICiALI4AEPORgA. .....Sedk39 e.r.nr/

in town $230 month *MH AND 1t+ ACRES Private, but only 10 minutes from Stark. 3/2 ocr*. This Immaculate. horn too* $115 ... N. aiq. -.. erdldl,
1 Apt per doublewide with large open country porch on Bares of shec privacy. dishwasher, dew grr.redpoof.Taeeer .eMS.!tern.xeten i1 1..1gES
2 BR. 1 BA home in town Broker OwnerCommercial $43/1 FRAME HOMEI."oo.q. ft. Also 2/2MH All on 1.76acr_. We lnviteInquiriesOraOe/rOfllerPrm: ertIes

Retail Sales Unit $400 per month .
*MOBILE HOME WITH ADDITIONS built on plus many extras. South of Stake *FOR RENT 2 b.deww. I ........SS1.41e..firs ea..nsmwAk
Broker Owner on 2 S acres $37 MO! with owner financing.



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8 B SECTION July*. 1987

Starke. Keystone Heights.
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FOR SALE HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR. 1'A BA. off Hwy CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- WHITE HORSE 18 yrs. old. V. Arabian.

183 MERCURY MARQUIS loaded with 214. Cloy County 4 yrs old. excellent milled to the lake Region Monitor office V4 Quarter alert and gentle. $500,
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whimpering everything. Premium sound leather condition new paint, new carpet fenced In writing and paid In advance 475.1402 ask for Nlkl. 4tchg 6/18.7/9
Pins Car. C.nt.r. 3.11 charg. nurse, In Good NEW A USED MOBILE HOMES. CoIl Roy 6 choirs, and coffee
establishedwith TABLE
seats. Must see to appreciate. yard. $395 per mo. 473-7272 or unless credit I I. already DINETTE -
full time. PRN. LPN* needed. EOE. Condition. $4.495 9646305. tfnm| Well at AAW Mobile Home, 964 4407 473-7694. 4tchg 6/18-7/9 this office.MONITOR table In good condition $50. 473.2706

Phone 964.6220. Experienced need on. HIS VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition, or 964.6408. 8/14 tfnrw MOBILE HOME 2BR. 1BA furnl.hed.central STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Itchg 7/9
ly to apply. 2/12 Hn still under full warranty buying on '87. 24 X 60 DOUBUEWIDI. all set up In CHin' heat A air, screened porch, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN TRIPLE DRESSER W/MIRROR $20, tabletop

DEMONSTRATI MOUSE OF LLOYD Toy Polaris white w/black accents silver. Subdlvi ion. Ready to move Into. fenced yard, lake access, near town, 3 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER dishwasher $50, beauty shop
and Gift High profit. Fr. kit and sup.pile. grey Interior, very sporty. AM-FM $13.800. Financing available.. Call block from school.. Prefer older couple THE TELEPHONE. equipment Helene Curtis hair dryer -

.. Booking parties. 9642030. 5/21 stereo cassette. "AC fiw-speed. New 964.5606.6/11 tfnchg NO PETS. 1st A lost month rent. Classified deadline I I. II:00 a.m prior $100 w/automon, 1 tlylong choir -
TFchg $13.300 Asking $8,500. Call 9646305or 10 X SS TRAILER. New Frost.Free $225 per mo After 6 p.m. 4795O224tpd to Thursday publication. $i20, 1 shampoo chair $75 or make
EXCELLENT INCOME for part time home 4734380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn refrigerator. Good condition. $2.SCO. 6/29-7/16. Minimum charge "Is 15 words for$3.50. offer. 475.1536.REDWOOD .

assembly work For Info call 1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD PS. PB, "AC Ready to move. Call 964.7823 after 5 HOUSE FOR RENT New 3/2 home for then 15 cents for each word thereafter CALIFORNIA FAMILY SPA 6

504.641.8003 ..t. 9579. 7/2 4tpd 7/23 auto trans, with auto overdrive, p.m. 7/2 2lpd 7/9 rent $425 per month 475-2598. 2tpd mo. old $2600 will tell for $1300. Call
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST needed full time 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Si Financing 7/9.7/16 for Information Itpd 7/9
am/fm stereo, good condition payoff 473-3752
at Dr. Greg Flynn' office. Please call approx. $6000 TAKE OVER PAYMENTS available. Call 1.272.0625 collect. tfn WHITE SAND LAKE 3BR. AC. fireplace, PERSONAL SERVICES
964.7004 to apply 7/2 2tchg 7/9 tfnlh 2 USED DOUBLEWIDES: low payment screened house $200
ONLY. 782.3872 after 7 p.m. 7/2 ramp deposit
FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES Is accepting 1984 LYNX take over payment. $150. low down payment Call I-272065O $395 per month 249.7884. 4tpd YARD SALES
application. In this area for truck collect. HnINVENTORY 7/2 7/23 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
Call 4311316. 7/9 3tchg 7/23 -
drivers. Apply In person after 3 p.m 1986 BLACK JEEP COMMANCHf. 4 REDUCTION SALE going on LAKESIDE COTTAGE In town, 2BR BA.. homes, pools, decks/ sidewalks. Free YARD SALE Saturday July 11,9 a.m.
Man Frl. Drug screen and physical required now at Global Home of Orange Park estimates Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 7/9
cylinder automatic, long bed truck central heat and air one block from until 4pm. 535 Nightengale. Itpd
Edwards Road, Starke. 7/2 $800. Call Bonnie Murray after 6 p.m.. and will end July 19. With live brood- school. 4733287. 2tpd 7/2-7/9 tfnchg MOVING SALE Norltak. china dishes,
2tchg 7/9 468.2271. Waldo FL. 7/9 Itchy cost from WQIK. Be listening July 13-19 CHARMING LAKESIDE COTTAGE 3 LAWN MOWING Trimming. edging. micro cart draperies, king sire quilt
THREE EXPERIENCED hair dressers with for details Call 2720625. 7/9 2tchg Call The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free .
4782 Thurs.
1973 FORD COURIERt $1300 excellent room, bath and walk In closet $250 sewing table, etc Call 473
following. Phone 964.4247 or stop In at 7/16 Estimates 3/5 tfnchg
shape. 964.8859. 7/9 Itpd per mo. 4717413.4tchg 7/9.7/30 A Frl. Itpd 7/9
140 W. Call Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 183 FORD LTD. Crown Victoria. PS. PB. INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE Global DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME 3BR. 2BA A/C SERVICE refrigeration, attic insula GARAGE SALE 3 ml. east of Keystone

7/2 2tchg 7/9 AC. Cruise Control S35OO Call Homes .f Orange Park 7 mile Southof A/C I acre, 5834 Indian Trail, Oak lion. All makes. reasonable rates Heights on SR 100 First place east of
R.N. FULL AND P.R.N. positions Orange Park Mall on Standing Blvd. Forest S30O $100 deposit 475.2812 Steven 4tchg 7/9.7/30 Fri. July
964-6558 after 5 pm. 7/9 Itpd per mo no Jiffy Store (Gizmo) on right.
available in progressive general announce savings of over $300 on pet. 473.3698 or 269.9592 2tpd BROWN'S FLOORING CARPET AND 10 and Sat. until noon. Itpd 7/9
hospital Specialising In reconstructive elected unit. 7/9-7/16 VINYL your complete flooring needs MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE Fri. A Sat,
plastic hand & microsurgery. Medical PERSONAL SERVICESWANT 14 x 70.$629 down.$155 month brough to you. Sales, installation and July 10 A 11, 4 mi. South of traffic lightIn
Doublewide. $1000 down. $199 month Call 473.7933. 4tpd
Surg.ry experience preferred. Excellent repair now Watch for .
BR home with 1 acre. furnished weekly Melrose In Hwy 21. sign
Call 272 0625
7/9 7/30
and benefits.
salary Apply to
TO DRINK or monthly call collect 904.246-4160 Itpd 7/9
Personnel Lake Butler Hospital Hand THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 7/9 2Hhg 7/16 or 473 2<<0. 4/9 tfnchg HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions YARD SALE 8:30 a.m. .2 p.m. Sat, at
1982 HOMES OF 24x52 Twin
Surg.ry Center SR 121 & 100, Lak. WANT TO STOP MERIT corner of Immokolee Rd A Pleasant Pt.
Manor BR. 2 BA fireplace, ceiling or complete building. 30 yearsexperience
Butler, Florida, 32054. 904.496.2323, 'OURS Rd. Itpd 7/9
Bradford and Cloy
fan, central heat and air partially serving
E.O.E. 7/2 2tchg 7/9
Alcoholic Anonymous MOBILE HOMES FOR SALEFOR Counties 4734018 5/28 tfn
SECURITY OFFICER NEEDED Immediate, furnished No reo onobl* offer refused
964-4ISO-9S4-62I9 964.8960 or 495-2820.7/9 2tchg FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
ly. Part time week ends in Maxville.
Call 355.5600 for further Information. pet thru Ills 7/16 SALE BY OWNER 1983 14' wide House out of level?? LaRue leveling HOMES

7/2 2tchg 79SECRETARIAL CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Free 1972 HARVARD 2 bedroom. 1 bath tee 2BR. 1BA corner fenced lot 20000. service for all your foundation repairs,

ASSISTANT to operate estimates Handy.Man Fence Co. at Dee Trailer Court or call 964.8663. $/500. $265 per mo Silver Sands 473.7721.. 7/9 "nchgMISCELLANEOUS GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1 (U

computer billing system. Accounting Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tin $1500.79tpd Estates 413.2130.3tehg 7/9.7/23 Repair), BUY DIRECT. Repo A Tax
and secretarial skills Sendresume HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical 1985 fLEETWOOD 3 BR 2 BA.Doublewide Delinquent Properties. Get the facts
necessary. complete horn repair INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE going on refundable .
to P.O. Box D, Starke, FL MH for sole Nothing today. Call ( )
Reasonable rates Licensed contractor down. Take over payments Mutt see now at Global Homes of Orange Park 1.518.459.3546 ext H3339A. 24 hrs 4tpd
32091 Itchy Call Mitch. 473.3940. l/9tfn to appreciate. 964 8612 after 6 p.m. and will end July 19. With live broadcast PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collect!. 6/187/9
University SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All make 7/9 2tpd 7/16 from WQIK Be listening July 13.19 bte Items and antiques. Used furniture, MELROSE AREA 3BR. 2BA CB, w/brlck

North Florida specialist has an to opening b. located for at a cleaned oiled and odusted.| $15. Used TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3 BR. 2 BA. 14 n for details Call 272 0625. 7/9 2tchg glassware, jewelry and much more front thermal windows, central heat
secretary sewing machines for sale. James 7/16 Come see for yourself One mile east closet ,
Center In Alachua. Florida. 70. $500 down. $190 month. Uncle and air. inside utility range
Progress School its Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Roy*. Ocala 1.351.8514. 7/9 4tchg 7/30 INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE. Global of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. refrigerator and dishwasher screened
High diploma or equivalentpreferred Stark tinJIMMY'S Homes of Pork. 7 miles South
16, 964 8733 3/19 ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help Orange 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg porch carport storage building wall
and 2 secretarial you
years or LAWN SERVICE 10 years service of Orange Park Moll on Blending Blvd.. OPEN HOUSE CHRISTMAS AROUNDTHE located road
clerical work at 35 qualify Several to choose from. Uncle to wall carpet, on paved
CWPM (45.50 CWPM experience Pr.f.rr.d typing) Appll- Call for free estimates. 964.4621 Roy... Ocola I.351.8514. 7/9 Itchy announces savings of over $3000 on WORLD Decorations and gifts in quiet neighborhood. Walk to Swan
OR 964.6842. After 6 p.m.9 chgtfn 730DON'T selected units Thurs. 5.9. Sot, 101 Theressa Com- Lake far swimming and picnlclng only
cant may tak. the SUS typing test at LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial 14 x 70. $629 down $I 55 month Center 473.2704 Itpd 7/9 .
Galn..vlll. Job S.rvic.Offic.. 315 SW TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER. Call munity 43500. R.T. Lovorn Realtor 473 3254,
Doublewide. $1000 down $199 month
Reasonable 964.4238.
2nd Ave Starting salary Is $452.25 biweekly rats. the experts at fInancing. Uncle Ray's.Ocalo. Coll 272.0625 ask for Aggie Rolln. 2tchg 7/9.7/16
D.adlln. to submit an SUS or 6/18 4tchg 7/9 1.351.8514.7/9 4tchg 7/:>> BRICK HOME FOR SALE over 2.000 sq
state application 07.14.B7 to U.N.F. LAWN. SERVICES. Most lawn., $20. HOMES OF MERIT: 4 BR. 3 BA. deluxe 792tchg716LOST MOTORCYCLES ft, 3BR. 3BA dining room living room

officer of Human Resources, 4567 St. 964 4238. 7/2 2tpd 7/9 10.9; financing $259 month Uncle family room w/fireplace, brick
Johns Bluff Road South Jacksonville. ATTENTION LOCAL ARTISTS/CRAFT Roys Ocala 1:351.1814. 7/94.chg7/30 AND FOUND 84 HONDA SHADOW 750. like new enclosure, many extras Asking
Florida, 32216 E.O.E. A.A.E. 7/9 Itchg SONS. Are you Interested In selling HOMES OF MERIT 3 BR, 2 BA. Great leather saddle bags 4.000 ml $1400. 92500. Call 473.4400. Itpd 7/9
through our shop. Shop opening soon.Call Room. 10.9*,,, financing $229 month 737.4519 and weekends659.2134.2tpd .
PLUMBER: Seeking highly qualified individual 782.3187 after 6pm. for informa FOUND Golden Retriever Female 3 or nights
with a minimum of 3 of Uncle Roy? Ocala 351-1814. 7/9 7/2.7/9
years lion. 7/2 Stchg 7/30 legs, needs former owner or else a
plumbing experience for a position In STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS 4tchg 7/30 good home 473-3368 or 473.2424. Itpd BOATSBASS
Pr.f.r UNCLE ROY'S: Shop end compare.Skyline. .
our Maintenance dept someoneexperienced
Celebrating 56 of satisfaction HELP WANTED
"year Redman Peach
Fleetwood ,
doing new construction. guaranteed products for home and BOAT 16' Glastron 1982. 70 hp
Annual Is $15659 Stete. Liberty Home of Merit. We
range Johnson 1981 Johnson trolling motor
Call about Anniversary
personal A
$25.634. Will consider highly qualified have It all. Uncle Roy Ocala. excellent condition .
) 964.4785.7/9 gal. herding trailer
Specials ItpdI
BARTENDER Call after 5 p.m.,
applicants for an advanced salary rote. I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT "your, childrenin 1-351-1814./' Itchy 7/30 BULLDOZER WORK Patrick Pub 473.9727. 2tchg 7/2.7/9 $4950. 473.7717. Itpd 7/9

Excellent benefits such as retirement. my home days 964.7321. 7/9 2tpd CLEANUP CREW Must have referencesand
Health insurance, paid vocation,
7/16 be bonded Call after 5 p.m..
holidays, etc Pleat submit completed LOVING HOME CARE for your Infant Patrick Pub. 473.9727. 2tchg 7/2.7/9 PETS

State of Florida employment applica under 2. Reference available. $40 FOR RENT Fence Lines Cleared CARPET VINYL INSTALLER'S HELPER _
lion not later than Julyh 15. 1987 to:
weekly meal and snacks furnished. needed. Experience needed but not motherIs
Manager Connie. 964.5186. 7/9 Itchg Leveled required. Part time for now Call Golden Retriever:
Union Carr.ctianalln.lllulian MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: Calf of tor 10pm full blooded
HOUSE PAINTING no lob too small or 473.7933. 4tod 7/9.7/30 .
P.O. Box 221 Mobile Home and for rent. Phone,733j56 or 47 ? ,
too large. 964.8112.7/9ltchg space wCARS --,,- 1 ".w l tf: to
Raiford Florida 32083 Recreational vehicle welcome Phone 782-3894
Phone: ((904)) 431.1212. Ext 202
964.7498.9/16 fn (Mln. collies) 1 female. I male. full
Equal opportunity/Affirmative action FOR SALE NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS 4 BR 2 white collars M/F available. $225.
employer / Itchg information call Lake
BA apt For more 7/9
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for clerkat Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity with GMAC. 473.3423. t Itchy 7/9 473.7675.7/2 2tchg

Edwards Grocery on Road 100 bet- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* low a* Housing 6/7 rtnchg -

wean Keystone and Stark, apply In $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8

person 7/9 Itchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. per night From $35.... week. Discount GAGNON David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
MANAGER FOR A 46 UNIT and a36 unit Measures 24x36'. 25 cents each. Great offered for longer term Apply in person

apartment complex 40 hour week. for patching and repair TELEGRAPH Magnolia Hotel Walnut St across ReBuildersBulldozer Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCK
Company benefits. Pay negotiable. 135 W. Call St. 964.6305. from Pest Office TF

Call 964.4214 or 964.7295.7/9 Itchg BLUEBERRIES U-PICK 75 cent a pound. APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly Work .s49 NW 28th St. 964-6133
FULL TIME POSITION available for 1 mile west of lowtey CR 225. Call decorated everything furnished laundry Culverts InstalledFill ??

dependable mature Individuals. Office 782.3344 or 782.3942. Once facilities included. Video room Dirt & Top Soil
experience and typing skills a plus. BLUEBERRIES Williams U.Pick in Hampton. available Will accept one child no

Positions available for: Open 8.8. 7 day. Over 55 dis .. Palms Aptt. 2313 N. Temple 9645414If

General Office Assistant count. We pick on order 4682327. Ave. Stoke 32O9I 5/I TF No Answer Durrance Pump & Supply
Data Processing Clerk 6/184tchg7/9 PINE FOREST APTS. 2 A 3 BR opts now

Apply In person at Bradford Furniture AM/FM RADIO Phonograph console avail. Call 95. Mon. thru Frl 964 6312. 964.801011T1 U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke a
Company 7/9 21chg 7/16 964.6499.7/2 2tchg 7/9 1/8 HnchgWAREHOUSE
IMMEDIATE OPENING IN STARKE for an *Well Drilling '.
WASHING MACHINE electric dryer STORAGE SPACE for rent \ Pumps Plumbing

experienced parson in our Generol refrigerator and stove, $75 to $100 by the month. 5.10 to I0.2O 10x10 : : .
MacClean Water Conditioners ;:1 .
Motors Parts Dept. Salary commences each 964.5139.7/9 2tpd 7/23 $35 per month Call Ron Denmark, l :
with experience. 964.7500. 7/9 Itchy USED FURNITURE dining room suits living 9647071 1, 15 tfnchg : For Sale or Rent 964-7061 O-;eElixson ?=

PART-TIME SALES HELP Apply Lelia'sDr.ss room mils, bed, bike, table, 2 BR MH FURNISHED. quiet
& Gilt Shop. 7/9 2tchg 7/16 bathroom comode and sink like new neighborhood Hwy 16. "<4 mile fram city .
DIST. MANAGER Person to supervise color blue. Jewelry and clothe 4681323. 2/12 tin _.

others in this area...Salary comm. Jackpot across from Powell's Dairy ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 : -i ii
could total $40,000 first year..no exp. Freeze on 301 North. 7/2 tfnjo) BR home with I acre, furnished Weekly r. Wood Products Inc.

necessary no age limit. Selected per. TWIN BED with headboard, end tables A or monthly Call collect 904.246-4160 ,
son flown to Dist Office for orientation. microwave. Call 96/-7)20.7/9 Itpd or 473.2440. 4/9 tfnchg I Bark
Need $2,900 (refundable) depositto REMINGTON MODEL II, 16 Ga. Vent rib FOR RENT SOUTHERN VILLAS APARTMENTS i Cypress Mulch and Pine I

cover supplies. For details call: barrel A extra barrel. $295. Remington I .2 BR units. Call 964.7295, I IAfi I

Toll Free PAT MURPHY model 48. 20 Ga. Vent rib barrel $275. between 9 o.m A 1130am. Mon. ( INtRJUItVAfl; a $i. I! You Pickup or We Deliver AWe

1800.225.4821EXT. 964.8366. 7/9 Itpd Tv.... Thurs. A Fri. Equal Opportunity tar/ o' y u .tom. pOI' 1m.. '
802 SMALL CHINA CABINET 48"; round din. Housing 4/23 tfnchg Tram on live airline com put.... Also Have !
Ing table 6 chair and 2 lamp tobies 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. Home study and resident trotning t

WANTEDSAVE all $200. Ph. )64.7566 1308 Pratt St. Close. to prison on Hwy 225. Call _101 Old avo.labI.. Job plac.. Lumber i
7/9 IIpdFREIZEI 468.1323. 6/4 tfnchg _"ane., Not_' head Red Heart Cypress f
Chest type, need minor 12 X 60. 2 BR on I acre lot, S2SO per Facer. FL. 'J
YOUR CREDIT! I will assume Tiffin your A repair, $25 964.4467. 7/9 Itchg month. 964-4238. 6/18 Itchy 7/9 gtiorters.. .TRAVEL SCHOOLBROADWA 9646649Dodge's 1

mortgage William D. Tiffin, STEREO 65 watt receiver/amplifier, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS for $50 ._. It ___
Owens Lie. R.E. Broker 964.5065. 7/9 cassette, equalizer and turn table In per week. Include all utilities No ti trI

ItchgI cabinet like $70O will 964 5139. 7/2 4tpd 7/23 .. .
cost .
fix William D. Tiffin glass new deposits. nCrtrxno sWMYs N e S G '. ;, .. . .-
I up.
HOUSE suitable for
sell for $250. 964 4467. 7/9 Itchg SMALL. FURNISHED!
Tiffin & Owens Lie. R.E. Broker I YEAR-OLD SECTIONAL SOFA light one person. $235. utilities paid, cot or Land Service"Fo"hCOMPLETEJoh"

964.5O6S. 7/9 Itcha brown 7 pieces, like new $375 or best small dog accepted 468.1735.7/22tpd Clearing

offer. Day 964.4151; night 964.8401. 7/9

SALE LARGE WOODEN SECRETARIAL DESK utilities furnished $100 deposit $210 TREE SERVICE
and straight chair, $50. 964.5700. 7/9 month 964.5186. small child okay. 7/9

Itchg itchy *Removal
registered 9 weeks old 1st shots HAY ALICIA New hay $25 old hay Loop deposit NO pet. )64.8816. 7/9 Trimming
wormed Block white or buff. $125 $10. Delivery available. 7 mile west of itchy CLAY LEVELING FILL DIRT DRIVE-WAYS & ROADS
$150 each. 964.8575. 7/2 4fchg 7/23 Starke on Road 16 Jimmy Gasklns. 2 BR BLOCK HOME nice and attractive Stump Removal SITE PREPARATION LOTS ACREAGE CLEARED
UKC DOGS black A ton coon hounds 16 964.8356. 6/4tfnchg Central air and heat. 608 N.Water St. *Firewood
weeks old. all shots. 1 male A 2 ALICIA HAYs Fresh cut $25 a roll. All Call 964-4570 or 473-4762. 7/9 Itchy SEPTIC TANK PAD. t/jsr/:
females $100 each. 475.1158 days hay under barn. 7 mile from Starke on 7/30 *Free Estimate Steve

475.5614 nights. 7/2 2tchg 7/9 Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or EFFICIENCY ROOMS quiet, clean, no Dodge 904/473.7691

REGISTERED PIT BULL PUPPIES 9647744. 782.3727. 6/4tfn 473.7097 or 473.7679 ,, ..
roaches, air carpet low rent. We pay .. .. .. ".. .' .", '
7/911pd all utilities 964.5687. 7/9 4tchg 7/30 -

wormed $25 964.4467. 7/9 Itchg month. Tiffin A Owen Lie R E. Broker. Keystone Heights ,- "> .. t
964 5065. 7/9 Itchg
MACHINE OPERATORS needed. RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1 house with *. Licensed & Insured

COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE Offering two week paid vacation. Insurance yard 1/1 apt. Tiffin A Owen Lie: R.E. KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle
"" 1 plan three paid holiday and Broker 964.5065. 7/9 Itchg

profit shoring. Experience helpful but CABIN IN FRANKLIN N.C.J Close to town Repair e Parts e AccessoriesUS

not required. We will train. Apply In on lovely Jacobs Creek. Call 964.7792.

FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft., 301 South next person to Lake Butler Apparel. 7/9 ltpdRENTALS 301 N. Starke 964.5805MT

to United Realty 964.8848, 964.8447. 2tchrg-7/16 AVAILABLE: $150 per month FOR RENT

or eves 473.3627. 4/16 tfnchg and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker 90-16 MAXON
964 4048 TF 1200 Ft. Bldg.
( Owner at 964.5069 or Sq.
VACATION RESORTS OR APT. FOR RENT. I Br. 2nd floor some Ideal for Repair Shop $49.50 Full Face Helmets '

RENTALSNORTH furniture $135 month or$50 per week.
9648498. 6/11 tfn $200 per monthAt $39.95
US 441 between Sylva A Cherokee NC. 964.8848.6/11 tfnchg $3.99 ea.
I Near fishing rafting hiking. BlueRidge OFFICE ON Ml Contact Ron Denmarkat Mosley Tire Co. Snell ApprovedFull
2 BR cabin 964 5516. 6/25 tfn Helmets
Parkway mining. On US 301 South Face
wooded 'lots. Mobil horn, cabin
dry furnished. Sunset Farm Rd.Cabin. Rt. 1 BR MOBILE HOME In country. Now taking Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A
camping O.K. Hunting and fishing. $185 month plus See atLynn's $34.00
1 Box 216-C. Whittler NC 28789. Ph. application per Lynn
$5450 w/50 dn., $63.71 monthly 7044972200.72 7/30 $150 deposit. Call 9645134.7/2 tfn ,99 ea. $26.95 $29.95
((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) 6222438eves COTTAGES. Stchg furnished. 1 BEDROOM central air A heat. 2 bath. Body Shopor
Fully Dally All repairs on Cycles A A TV
473.2774. Elec. stow yard care furnished call McDougall190A7868989
HOMES FROM GOVTfrom weekly monthly rate. Also mobile Foam Grips Flat Shields Oil Fitters
home for rent and .home and _'er. 7/9 Itpda
park space
I $1 plus repairs/taxes. for sole. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. BEDROOM. I bath duplex. $:hO plus $2.95 arSat E2so.R. $1.95

II Throughout FL/NotlonwIdel' Also tax Highland Rd.. Franklin. N.C. (704)) security. After 9pm. 964 8566 7/9
, properties. 2164533000. Ext. H51I7, 524-4609.6/11 tfnchg 2tpd 7/16
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MOBILE CHAMBLEE HOMETRANSPORT Suspects Charged in Armed RobberyTwo

additional suspects have been Arrested July 2 was Jack Lee a share of the Jewelry, said Bennett.He The robbers took a small amount
4t7 charged In the June 27 armed rob- Webb, 33, of Middleburg, according was observed June 30 in Wood- of cashjMit made up the differenceby
; bery of Williams Jewelry,accordingto to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. He is In bine,Ga. near a barrow pit where he taking lot of Jewelry. Approximately
Captain Richard Bennett. custody of the Bradford County Jail. was shaving his legs and applying 100 goM chains were taken
473-29O9 e 371-1212 Rick Webb, described as the driverof makeup in an attempt to look like a 24 men's diamond rings and 76

FLA.TWIN ASRE I the get-a-way car, Is in custody of female said Bennett. Robock said women's diamond rings were also
: I Clay County Jail. A fourth man is he was headed to Pittsburg Pa. taken from the store. One of the
Transporting Mobile Homes Since 1982 Starke 964.5431 sought In the Jacksonville area,he is Richard Alan Webb has been Iden- rings was a Baguette valued at

allegedly responsible for planning tified from the composite as having $3,000. Two owl head rings (one with

Open Every Night *,, the robbery, according to Captain robbed a liquor store in Clay county. ruby eyes and one with diamond
Bennett. He is also charged with that crime. eyes) were part of the rings taken.
f TTf"
s??Trtrjiiur! r
i | -*. .wu :SPECIAL jf I Arrested July 1 was Charles Authorities think the robbery was

I .... Swi. 3,00 .....1...:' Steven Robock, 34, of Orange Park, The two armed men who robbed drug related that the men owed the
j he was one of the two men who actually Williams Jewelry at Bradford Jacksonville man money and
RYAIIt@ 1.-:. __ .l.!. ".r _..:.,. robbed the store. Robock apparently Square escaped with approximately perhaps needed more cocaine, at

: got scared and took off with $80,000 worth of merchandise, a least one-eT the snal Involved is an
I Starts Friday third of the jewelry was found with addict, said Captain Bennett. '

Roboch, said Bennett The men
T7 II I I II II'' entered the store on the pretext of
E NAME YOUR PLEASUREWith selecting a diamond ring. Complaining ,
1 1 1 1 they could not decide which ring FlIP To Man I j
they said they would take all of the :
1I rings. At that time one of the men CheckpointsBradford >

pulled a nickel plated revolver. The CountyThe
Runaway savings on IbiD mowers. other man jumped over the counter Florida Highway Patrol
and started out the
cleaning cases
will be conducting driver license
while the clerks were told to go into
vehicle checkpoints
srJE Up To S5 I II the floor.back room and lie down on the during the inspection week of July 10-
l 1
t thru July 16 on SB-21, SR-100,

I BUS Seniors Need SR-230, SR-18, SR-16, CR-18,
CR-16. CR-21B, CR-225, CR-12S, ,
On 1I 1 To Register For SFCCAll CR-229, CR-231, CR-227 CR-221:
I ..I I I CR-230 and CR-100A in hradfordCRecognizing
1987-88 Bradford High School '

seniors who plan to take college the danger

credit classes this fall under the dual presented to the public by defec-
4. v n tnf enrollment plan at Santa Fe Com- tive vehicle equipment, Troopers
L .I-- munity College should register for
July will concentrate their efforts on
Wednesday. 15
college classes at'a special registration vehicles being operated with
KARATE KID PT.2 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 21 defects such as bad brakes, worn

/ All Seat 1.00 h at the SFCC Starke Center. tires and defective lighting equip
1 Dually enrolled students can attend In addition will
0 inn i ment. attention
college classes during high be directed to drivers who would

301 DRIVE-IN Sutukl 0..._.from the gutcy 2hp to the school hours or in the evening and violate the driver license laws of
Toro'sPremium .WMomtj V'6, w. hv th. outboard to fiH ny have the credits count for both col- Florida.
l fl R' boating find Stop, end check out trw t..tuin lege and high school credit. All tuition
Starke 964-7484 that .....the eompetiiion In our watt. The Patrol has found these
Loop charging on W model Tro.Outboard OM fees are waived and books are checkpoints to be an effective
Model 59122 lnciion| ICpaxm. end more .
FRI. SAT. SUN provided.Students
VWt Our Showroom TodayNEW means of enforcing the equip-
Twin Bagger 1 I must have a 2.5 G.P.A. ment and driver license laws of
Mowers With and score at least 15 on the ACT Test
Florida while Insuringthe protec-
ErnesGOBS which will also be offered at 6 p.m.on .
tion of all motorists.
Payments Catcher July 21 for those who have not

As Low taken it. Union CountyThe
O 1 Fall classes at Santa Fe begin on
Ask As August 25 and run to December 17. Florida Highway Patrol
About L will be conducting driver license
'4200 4'JShowtim.r and vehicle inspection check-

Our k points during the week of July 10
4 Year Per Month 8:4' a. 10130 werC 0 .- ---I- I through July 16 on SR-100
rt SR-121 SR-231, SR-241, SR-238

Warranty CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, CR-125
Haven't you done RADIO SOUND TACKLE r a MARINI
III' without a Toro ADMISSION A snake has no ears. How CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A in
Adults .... 9VChildren ever its tongue is extremely Union County.
long enough .... 30* [ 3 YtWllMITtO WAHBAHITV] sensitive to sound vi

.. brations.
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WISDOM FROM PETROS A man It at 5 Rooms for the price of 4 Living BRS
I Union i County big at the things that annoy him. Itchg. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED

. 7/9 I EDM
"Quality Work Low. Low Price 9 V 49.95
---- ,- (Any Room & Hall) . . . . I Scotchaard Available!
FOR RENT Senior Citizen Discount No MileoSe C or. Free Advice

MOBILE HOMES HELP WANTED COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ...,........M Call 964-4997 ..*......of
CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clan rental FOR SALE12'x RENTLEASEOFFICE 250....... Chink Yellow h..aw loc.l ehonfcoofc .....Bradford
tchedule. ..f rm cherae of Cnmmwff*
homes tailored to your pay SIS FOOD STORE.26 In Lake Butler It CARP CLEANING DYE
PINES SR12I |lust tooth of SR100 In now accepting application for ._FLORIDA & CO.
Lake Butler. Call 4962366. tfn/chg. 45' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 Position. AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
Manager Experience a mutt. .
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 1/2 bath central heat and air. Mutt Company bandits Salary bated on ex- Located In Union County Timet --- -'
located In Union County Timet Building tee to appreciate. $6.000. Call pereince plus bonul. Send Resume or building. Call for information. ------ --- .
-at-ISO-Wesf-Maln. Call 496.2261, for 496-0071. tfn/chg. 3/19 apply at sas office; 2200 E. Duval 4962261. tin. Compdre Prices -
more Information tfn x Street Lake City, Fl. 32055. tfn/chg.
CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur- 60' handy man't tpeclal. Good and 6/4 REAL ESTATE
nlthed, all electric, central heat and tolld. $2.850. each. PINES SRI2I Lake INDIVIDUAL WANTED FOR PURCHASINGand Before You Buy"fOfAfter
paved road, laundry and Butler. 4962366. tfnchg. 4/30 control.
air. private inventory Accuracy a
Near schools, hotp. mutt. In Lak. Butler
playground. Apply
park ttate facilitiet. PINES SR.121, east LakButler. mobile home, 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, parel. ltchrg-7/9 person Ap- ? If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER
that lot
Two childr.n family room. family want
Call 4962366. AREA DEMONSTRATORS needed forChrlttmoi
5/21 of tpoce. Financing can b. arranged if 496-2126 or 496-2903. eve*. "YOUR 7 Miles South of Stark on US 301
max., and no pett. chg/tfn Around the World home par "
2 BEDROOM 1 BATH MOBILE HOME In LB. needed price Include delivery and set ty. Plan from now ill December. Free UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn

central air $200/month: woter-tewer- up. Only$15,500. Call for appointment. kit, no collecting or delivering. Call Jan C FREE DELIVERY .
garbage Included. 496-1307 Mac 4960071. tin 6/18 Chrlttle coll.ct at 7524447.793tpd723 PINES
1985 KIMBERLY 26' .44' Three bedroom,
Douglat. Itchrg 7/9
ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE HOME 2 2 baths with fireplace, partly furnished EXCELLENT INCOME for short phone 468-2624
walk-in clotet with 12' 20' Quality LivingSR
x porch
of land.
bedroom, on 1 acre messages at home. For Info call '
2 1/2 ton air conditioner electric "' Open Mon.-Frl. 8:30-5:30 Saf.
: : 900-4-00: :
4962842. tchrg 7/9 _504 649-7922 Ext. 8401-A 2tpd 7/9-7/23 Lake Butler .
tkirtlng. $17.500. Call 496-2555,
CLEAN HOUSE 2 BEDROOM 1 bath with WANTED LADY Someone to be live-In .
anytime. 6/25 4tchg. 7/16 ((904)) 496-2366 -- '
and refrigerator. $220 per
REDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE companion with elderly lady, toprepare
month. First and last month't rent Inadvonc. 1,2 & 3 bedroom homes i-
meal A minor ,
doublewide mobile home. 496-2754 ,
.. Call 496-299S or 496-2071. or hospitals schools & state facilities -
496-2434.7/9.4tpd.7I3O it not an invalid and Is in sound

TWO 7/9-4tpd-7/30 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN CITY LIKE NEW MOBILE HOME unfurnish.d.central mind. attends church, etc. Preference given to long-term WITH SPECIALS LIKE THESE
Unfurnished, central air and heat, heat and air dishwasher, and 9044732214. 6/18 or 904-496-3939 or rentals Consult office/Unit 23
dishwasher, Low monthly electric bill. extra Intulated. Nothing down lust 4tchg 7/9 p -3 bedroom singlewide $275 down
assume mortgage. On lot ready for oc-
with Ready option for immediate to buy. Coll occupancy.496-3206 after Rent cupancy. Call 496-3206 after 6 p.m. tfn HOMES Take over payments of $136 per month

6 p.m. tin I .3 bedroom doublewide $500 down
PLAY AT HOME Tennlt; swimming
...........- .-.w GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM SI (U
repair). Delinquent tax property. and a sauna all on your own proper $219 monthly payments
i Remodeling' and Repairs Repottetilont. Call 18056876000.( ) ty. This 4 Bed 4 bath home has all '
Ext. GH-II36. for current r.po list. 7/2 I ,this & morel located on a creek Models Choose
Room Additions *Home Repal 8tpd. 8/20 overlooking Nr. 3 fairway at Starke' 24 to From,
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH MOBILE HOME Golf A Country Club. 135500. --
Electrical Repairs central -
It1 ti Re-Roofing* Free Estimates* H/A, with carport on 1 acre. Also 2 ; PRICE SLASHED I 11 I Three Bed 2 bath | Come Check Out All The BargainsAt
J pole........._ I BEDROOM 2 BATH HOUSE central lake
home overlooking Sampson
: Call Fred Stafford 4851952lgl'.a, I H/A Union, 2 story County.with deck 496-2677 on 1/2 after acre 5 p.m.bothIn with approx. 1500 .qq ft. of wraparound 1!

2200 ft.
1 tpd-7/9 porch. Over q.
heated and cooled. Garden tub In
LAKE BUTLER Reduced for quick tale. 3 both bath Wo $130,000 Then STARKE ROJJLSIN G
FOR SALE BR. 2 BA, CH8A Large lot, only$41.500 $119.000 NOW $"0.0001 CALL TODAY _
: 38000. Mathews Realty 9644469. '

Fill Dirt. TopSoil -\ 2/5tfn NEWLY I I A perfect tarter home'I' I CENTER.

for someone who want the feature i
Large or Small Loads of Limerock FOR SALE of a more expensive home at \V4 the,

1>>rlc.. W/W carpet QUA screened I IuWe're
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer porch, carport all on a M acre fenced I Week
25" ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE Beautiful lot. Only 33500. Open Six Days a
964-5823 964-6095 walnut cabinet. Pay-off balance of thru Saturday
964-6182 $279.83 or take over payment of UNWIND IN STYLE Relax on the porch j t I Monday. _
$23.18. Call 4962282. 6/253tpd. 7/9 on In your jacuul. This beautiful 3''
FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR and chest bed 2 bath home ha over 1400 sq.f

freeier 496-2694. tchrg 7/9 ft. with a fireplace garage, solar;|
POOL TABLE Brunswick, tlate-top, water heater and a large wood deck)
BLUEBERRIES U-PlckOr regulation size with occ...<>rle.. Alto- overlooking a fenced\ acre yard.!
Picked g table top with accessori.s.Excel 69000. ,!

13 Home -415.1 151 or 473-3702 rith 4963465.condition Itchrg$300 7/9. Regina Par- ADIOS LANDLORD 3 bedroom 2 h- TEE H
jL.r bath mobile home with addition I
Open Mon Sat 8 6-Sun 2:30.6:30: CH&A, w/w carpet, ceiling fan,

Florida 2 Miles East of US 301 YARD SALE fireplace, all on a 160 x 131 fenced NEWLY REMODELED

1.7 Miles North of SR 26 on CR 1469 lot. Own.r financing available,
$27,900. ,/
PORCH SALE Brand new woman'bicycle '
--- -- $50 sofa $25 a* I.. dishes, what not, AFFORDABLE NOW Profitable later.' \i
clothe, not over SI. 100 SW 6th Ave In I This 4 bed 2 bath has over 2000 q.l
County Line Nursery LB. Friday-Saturday July 1011. ft. of living or.... Home I I. located on
4963220. Itpd 7/9 'a paved read a could be vied for
& Landscape LOTS OP LADIES AND CHILDRENS daycare, outpatient medical, nursing
Owoed'a Operated by David Wainwright CLOTHES most under $1: SR-121 In ham., etc. Own.r financing great

Miles Er- of arks 3M\ Saturday. July I I. Itchrg 7/9
e Complete Landscaping & Design ; COZY COTTAGE Thl 2 bed. 1 bath
1 home I I. located In Klngtley Villageon
e plant Sales Cypress INSURANCEMAINES I
f a beautiful 100 100 lot. Only
Irrigation Design & Installation 25000. 'I
e Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding __ Main Street, Lake Butler 4963978. I 473-7633 4i4816K.ystone

Complete ranc. Servic:4/10 tin :

-,--- 475-2272 G'vllle

37"1443'IJ CAREER OPPORTUNITIES 282.1300 Jax

HOME 4S5-1534 .i't.
CO. I SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS needed. Walnut I Street \ 6Cm' c 0across
FAIRFIELD ROOFING I Offering two week paid vocation Insurance -
f G
from office Stark
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING 111I I plan three paid holiday* and I

Free f".tlmat.a- All Calls Rfurnd WIthin 24 Hr.. profit thorlng. Experience helpful but I
We will train. Apply In 7
not required. .
LICENSED INSURED*BONDED 7/22rke1N ,I person to lake Butler Apparel. 0..tt-- FOR RENT by the nlaht. week or month..
I 7/9-2tehrg-7/16

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