Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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SECTION Ai 10..... ;;'r;{: y JUN 0 3 1988

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" rhllnderstorms'moved across( Florida Tuesday e.en.ng'and: Th.SOCloISC."Jf..A..1': ; P ,

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is :moving through North Florida today Thursday),, '\. _
bringing lower temperatures tor the next: few days. Skies will be SECTION 14 Pog.

,mostly sunny today, with only sight chance of showers. standing Push .... :. . .. IS t
Friday: through:Sunday\ skies will be partly cloudy,with a chance Constitutional Debate. 21 .11

of thundershowers, according to the i National weather Service Of. Crime .a . ,>,47.USAim

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.Spring like weather Is 'predicted through the weekend, with ..HI.d Ad.. . IO-1JB:
temperatures In the 60-80's .-
range. SECTION Ci 14 Page.
Full Moon Tuesday, May 31. Tax Section... 0 -4.
Florida has high propensity for lightening strikes fake shelter AARP Vol el Veor. .. . ,SC S* .. .-... .... ,,pt f IUS i nis Side, of Heaven

when lightening threatens. Improvement Award 1C 108th Year STAKKE, FLORIDA 2S Cent. Copy
45th lime Thursday, May 28.1988 USPS 062.700

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Worth 9s1ting Trouble Again

Jobs for Youth...
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Youths 14 through 21: years of ago Over BC Jail .1;
" who can meet certain guidelines

may apply during the next month ,
for work in the Summer Youth Program

If interested, apply at the "
,Job Service Otfice at Bradford- Problems Cited .11
Union Vo-Tech Center 609 N.
St. Starke.
Orange .

y V rn, J If the 'Department of Correctionshas 'tions (the oven hood, and lor wearing "

,;[Q 1 Dance Class... its 'way there will be 12 firearms in the jail. /11
the Bradford
employess in County'
DOC is charged by law with inspecting /
New'square dance classes began jail taking care of 20 inmates. county jails. '

May 23, in the Civil Defence 'To me' it borders on the Every time DOC changes Inspec

Building, at the fairgrounds. ridiculous," Sherilf Dolph Reddish'' ,tors there is a different interpreta,

Classes will be held 8-10 p.m., with told:! county commissioners last' tion of the rules, Sheriff Reddish told
the first night's classes free. If you Thursday, May 19. in a specially commissioners. I

didn't make it to the first class, you'' called meeting When the board was The state Attorney General's office '

can probably still start by the se- faced with an 8:30: a.m. Wednesday: brought the county into court on '

cond or third class, if tnterested.Call May 25, Circuit Court heanng re; the same relative Issues and Judge

Ken Peret: ,, ",fhe Silver quested by the state'Attorney Osee Fagan ruled for'the county i \
Fox'at 473-9005. General's office, on behalf of the saying he didn't Interpret the rules< I

Sponsored by The Silver'Stars Department of Corrections. The .the same way as DOC inspectors.
group. hearing was' cancelled by Judge In a ruling issued Feb. 22,' 1987. 1

., i Essentially however Judge Fagan wrote: '.
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Sheriff Reddish told
,that ,
Dance Recital..*I ; commissioners last fhursday, DOC legislative recognizes in the ,
; .... .. wants the county to limit the jail inmate purpose enacting "\
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Courtney's School of Dance Will Florida Statute 951.23 and goals I:
, present Cinderella in a Spring ', ,' )... ", S 5"t.\" ,' ; .. .and population female to correctional 20, to have bolh'male ol- sought to be obtained by DOC In promulgating '

Recital in the BHS auditorium .. ,' ti;: ;i ficers (CO's) on duty 24 hours and enforcing 33-8 "
' m' J\1 { pee I',
'. Saturday May 28. ;, ", ,' ", : day and to Install a vent over the' Florida Administrative Code is to ;''1,
2 '
Two performances} p.m.,. protect the health and safety of
..,.... kitchen cook stove. Plus, DOC has
tickets $1, and 7 p.m:_ tickets $3.< ''cited 'Sheriff's" prisoners and staff, a most worthwhile .'
,Admission by advance ticket only t Department goal, This Court also''

Tickets on sale at Joan's Fashions'in ......,. r ;, / employees for wearing 'weapons" ,m-. 'recognizes thaf the public welfare I
Starke Plaza and Chastam's. ':....\.' sIde the Jail. ''and safety of the cititzens of Bradford -\
The most costly item to the county .'
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downtown. County
Jewelry require an operational '
",' some $40,000 per year, would be jail"tacllity, to i detain those who {i",
Memorial ,' hiring two female CD's to meet the
Day... disrupt the peace othe. community
,4.1... .criteria' for housIng'women' .and who violate its laws
American Legion Post 56 will y t ,. prisoners between midnight and the

observe Memorial Day, Monday, '. t morning. Sheriff Reddish is trying to Inasmuch as DOC did not suggest
May 30, with 10 a.m. services at the -- 'get by with an intercom system lor or claim that its entitlement to''

:/monument on US-301S, across from fl.New. the second floor of the jail., ,relief' was based on any eminent 'I
Hardee's restaurant; All orgaanizations -, BHS Jazz'Dancers.: .. Reddish said there were '\\1.; 'inmates ''danger or peril to the prisoners or
in the city and county are ask-, in the jail last Thursday/ staff and because' this Court is
ed to participate by pia ICing Jazz Dancers for the Bradford High Marching Band Second rows Oeanna Huffman, Emily Lee, Carla charged with the responsibility of ,
wreaths at the monument. For' were selected In competition last Thursday" night., May Stephens Tushina Vanzant." DOC inspector' Glenn &, 'Sellers monitoring the population of the ""1

more information, call 964-5554 or' 19, in the BUS auditorium! -Standing in reart Holly Hawkins Madona Tyler. cited the jail tor having 39 prisoners Bradford County Jail ((13 inmates Incarcerated ';'.

964-8645. Kristi Ball Renee' McCarthyAmy' Noegel Shere incarcerated April 25.: 19 over the on the day of this hearing '
They arerf( ) Brown Bridget Holder capacity limit of 20. Inspector'Sellers ), this Court, with agreement and '
All-Sports Banquet... Seated in middle: Aimee (lodges, Sheila Tew; cap-' Not present for photo: Donna Padgett, co-captain; also cited the)jail for: having in the, presence, of counsel for both
taint) Cheryl Moss. Barbara Delestre, Shannon Wolf Smanatha Jones. no one on duty on the second lloor,, I"
All Sports Club Spring Banquet isset failure to meet the lire code, regula' ,(See Jail..P.3A) ,
at 6:30: p.m. Tuesday, May 31,, '

+j' I n tins In, Guest the, !Sportswriter: Middle speaker School will for Gym.bo the Buddy< 'Col, "' 205' to Graduate in A'nnual'Event :at ,BHS .June: ,"3 -; i 1

Gainesville Sun. '
Tickets may be obtained from 'June is almost here and gradual 'postponed to Saturday night if )trains Radio Station WEAL for announcements ,the prom and thep go to,the beach Honor Grads... i
hon weekend is next week t Friday night. If it rains Satur
Coach David Hurst early Sunday
or Stump'sDepartment ,morning.The three
" 205 seniors of the Class of 1988 of day night graduation: will be further i Top BHS grads, using grade ,
BUS Store, at $7.50 each; ,Bradford High School will graduate postponed until Sunday morning. If thief' prom is set at 9. p.m. 'this point .averages, are the triplets. of .
athletes will be admitted
but should make next fo"ndaYd June 3, at 8 p.m. in the ,it rains Sunday morning, graduation Saturdar.night, May 29, at the Of' Senior Awards! Night set at 6p.m. I .Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Brown. .t ,
gratis, reserva' lum. WIll be held Sunday afternoon in the ficer's Clubin; \ Camp Blandmg. 'The June 2 ( Thursday night) in the' i rJody Lane Brown is valedictorianGraduation..p.jA ,

.tions.(All reservations must be In on or. Plans: .call J for ceremony to be, BHS auditorium. If it rains, listen! to! seniors plan to have breakfast after: middle school, caletonum. see ). '

',' before Good, May Sam 25. Chapter.. .., Appeals Court Upholds Ala. '" Co. in Santa, Fe. Pass Decision ':C:1

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The final organizational meeting .. .. ...

", for forming a Good Sam Camping A ten-year' battle over the Santa point of land at the "pass' between The Lake Dwellers intervened in, aware of the violation, but failed to'' county. The case was appealed, and "
Chapter for the Starke area will beheld Fe Pass appeared near an end last Big Santa Fe and Little'Santa Fe 1978 alter Pass developers filled a take action to have the fill removed Judge Mickle was upheld last week '

Tuesday, May 31, at 7:30: p.m.,,, week when a State appeals court Lakes. The fight ,against the con-, wetlands area with dirt without oD-< until pressed by a delegation ot Lake' by the First District Court of 'Ap- ,
at the Elks pUb on N. Temple upheld a Circuit Court decision that troversial development has been led taming county permits. The filled-m Dwellers, headed by. Harold Hilt 1 peals in, Tallahassee.,. i\\'("

Avenue. *. ''Alachua County acted properly in'' 'by ,the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers i land was planned to be used as a site president of the organization. Upon
Commenting the decision
i, ,All owners of RVs are invited,, ordering developers to remove 5,018 'Assoclat1 n.; the same organization for construction of a manna,' a recommendation of its attorney and Larry Cheshire of Gainesville one of,
and bring other interested persons..' yards of fill dirt placed in wetland that waged a successful batHe to clubhouse boat storage, facilities 'county manager, the ,Commission the developers said ,
If you aren't a member of Good areas without permit in 1977. prevent Georgia Pacific Corporation ''and over' 100 rental units near the finally entered suit two years ago ,. : he was disap-; I

,Sam, you may Join at the meetings The Santa Fe Pass development is trom draining Santa Fe Swamp for ,laKe shore.' and In'' May 1987,' Circuit';Judge '
For more information, call Bill or just north of Karleton! Beach on a its peat ,content several years ago.. Alachua Commissioners ''were, Stephan Mickle ruled in favor of the ,($ee S.Fe Pass..p.2A) ,
Elizabeth Nail, 473-3228 or I.

Margaret Senior Brown Awards., !9647731... Neighborhood: ,,Divided, Over" Mobile Home Density ;]I Ib

Senior awards banquet; 6 p.m. ."

Thursday June 2. Middle School Buster'tahn "' Von consider the 'issue.' Septic tank'permits are: ..
Gym. Tickets on sale at Bradford Those in Favor,,., 'wife, La Drivas", IS MauriceLee's
issue by the county Health Department, she
High, BMS, Mitchell's Drugs. Sponsors BCT Staff Writer will Following Lee's presentation to the board, niece., ,said. .5 ,')
The Bradford County' Zoning'Board Drivas turned to Assistant Zoning Director' ; 5 5
BHS Alumni Association.,, ,Zoning Board Chairman Rick Replogle asked I
recommend to county commissioners that 2,9, : ,Janet Turner for guidance saying, "If I'm do-,, '
those who favored the request to come to the '
BUS acres on Gntfis Loop should be rezoned from I'll/ off the board." Compromise. :
Class'of 83... podium and make their statement '' Ing anything illegal, get '
Open Rural (OR) to Single Family Residence 'Maurice Lee again came to the podium'to ,I
The BHS: class of 1983 wIll have. Mobile Homes (SFR-MH), following( a heated Thomas Lee, nephew of Maurice Lee, said Ms.Turner assured Dnvas and' the' 'say, Chat dirt road has been there 40-50' }

'its 5 year reunion June 23.' zoning board meeting 'Tuesday May 24.. \he owns a mobile home, and plans to add that the does' not audience" years. Any dirt road in Bradford County gets ,
relationship con-
more (mobile homes) on land nearbyHe '
Payments must be made by June 1. x muddy when it rains.! ;
The bearing room was filled with Some 30 '" \istitute a legal conflict of interest, and that "
recommended approval of the request
For answers, call Kathy 964-5787. Lee then olferred to reduce the request to "
or Suzy, 3322683.Memorial .", people: ,,about evenly divided, pro and con,, ;" Dianne Black;a tennant in the Lee fraIler ,Drivas does ,not have to disqualify himself.., :2.9 acres, which would effectively reduce the '

The 2.9 acre plot is part of 4.8 acres Maurice i, Park, told the board "Mr' ,Lee is a very chns-, )*" number of allowable 'sites to SIX,' plus the 'j'
Day... Lee asked to be rezoned. The size of the parcel tian man and a good landlord." She went on to Mrs,/ Sanford said she is'related to Lee,, frame house, from the 10 sites that would be 1'1'
was reduced In an attempt to appease say that Lee Is most helpful in resolving problems also, and there Is nothing personal in her op- possible under the requested classification of ; 1
officeS and have few position. The area is simply overcrowded she '
Banks, governmental neighbors, but it did not reduce opposition to although there been problems one half acre per residence. '
some Starke businesses will close to be resolved. Continuing Ms. Black said. Sanford lives beyond the Lee property, The
the minds.
proposal, or any neighbors opposing original request
,Monday, May 30, in observation of1' change, : said she would welcome new neighbors, that on the unpaved SE 8th street, were not impressed with the compromise,

Memorial Day The battle promises to be rejoined before one or two more won't hurt anything. Sanford complained about the dirt road and continued to object.

The following will.be closed all county commissioners Wednesday, June IS, Tennants in the park own the mobile homes particularly, in wet weather. She was carefulto
when render final decision the which live and rent only the site.
dayCourthouse they a on issue. m' they point out that the county "does the best it
all offices. There have been no problems with drainage '
'Drvas'PhUosophy ,
the road graded.!Although ... S
can, in keeping
'The J Presentation... tanks Ms. Black
Post office. or septic says ,
she has never had the school bus stuck in the Dnvas to
the at
spoke group length, saying,
Florida National Bank. Maurice: Claude Morgan, whose wife is sister to Mrs.
Lee told the board, he
zoning road her vehicle has been
muddy personal "I agree with your concerns. In the beginning -
Bank.Chastain's. Maurice Lee, said he owns land on both sidesof
Community State retired from DuPont Co. and '
Mining boughtthe stuck, she said. I was against putting 10 trailers on the "
.' the trailer park, and he has no objections to
4.8 acres for which rezomng is .being lot but Bradford not rich and themajority'
is a county,
Mitchell's Drugs. sought, for supplemental income. The parcel the request. Morgan said?"Mr. Lee is using "We live out there. We pay our taxes," Ms. of permits issued are, for mobile
The following stores will be open Is located on the north side of SE 8th Ave., mobile homes for financial support. I'm in Sanford told the board. ''Strangers live In rental homes."

at least part of the day: where GrIffis Loop curves sharply south, with favor" of allowing him additional trailers." property... we don't know what kind of Drivas continued Mobile homes are'a'
Winn-Dixie, will maintainregular More A.Z. Lee said he owns property across the said.
only a corner bordering the pavement. people they are, she necessity; have to understand that.
hours than half the borders the unpaved SE'' 'road from the mobile home park, and favors you
parcel to additional Mrs. Sanford said there was a suicide in the Mobile homes are coming; it is a fact of life. '
City Fish and Meat Market, 8th Ave. approval ,of the request allow ;, "
trailer park, but failed to connect the incident Every month we grant exceptions m the county
open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Lee said the 4.8 acre parcel has a small trailers.
Eckerd's Drug Store, open 10 frame;building and four mobile homes Daughter-in-law, June Lee, said she lives with the rezoning' ISSue.In' alter evaluating each piece of property on '
its merits.,
to 7 on GrUbs Loop, in an area where houses are Mrs. Sanford said. "I'm a Christian
a.m. p.m. already, on land zoned OR,allowing one home closing, Drivas told the assembly that the members i
-McCrpry'TGY> ., open 9 a.m. to 6 per acre: SFR-MH zoning, for which Lee is closer' together than in Lee's Mobile Home we all are, but that Isn't the issue here," of the board are unpaid citizens,
p.m. asking allows two homes per acre. Park ."it is a very nice trailer park with, no 'in reference to remarks by persons favoringthe zoning to the He concluded providing -
a service community.
Lee said he has installed a fifth septic tank harm to anyone, Ms. Lee said.' rezomng request
'"Next month next:
Upcoming... by saying. or year,
Mrs. Laurie Vickery, a neighbor said she
thinking he could put 5 trailers (mobile Charles Evans,who said he lives "down the 1 will not be surprised to see each of you asking
scheduled (in the the in the belief the frame had been asked to sign a petition to deny the
Public meetings homes) on parcel, road," complained about traffic on the unpavi for rezoning:' .
and had signed it. She now has no objection '
coming weeks are: house "doesn't countLee: admitted' he' i ed road When asked about surrounding property.
; Starke Zoning Board, in City would like to add two additional mobile home to two additional trailers in the park. Evans asked "What's going to keep the Ms."Turner said all other property m the area ,

Hall, Thursday May 26, at 7p.ro. sites bringing the total to seven hoe sites; Ms. Vickery said she did not know the whole 'whole area from becoming one large trailer Is, classified Open Rural, but some mobile \
when she signed the petition.'
Military Parade; 631 Brigade at including the frame building.' story park?" homes were grandfathered m when zoning
Parade Grounds 10 "I made 1 should have checkedon Charles Black a state forester, said Lee'
Camp Blanding a and Donny Evans echoed the question, saying was established.
Gov. Bob Martinez at. it Lee said indicating that he installed charges a very reasonable$65 per month, ,
a.m. will "How can you turn others down if you ap-i I '.. '
tend. Public Invited. the fifth septic tank without checking with the "keeps the park quiet. i
Braxton Britt, a park tenant said his prove this one? .After Two flours... ,
Memorial Day Ceremony at Gun zoning board office. : Mrs. Evans said "I 750 feet '
Donny bought I
80-foot mobile home precludes 10 trailers, Chairman Replogle called for a motion, !
long .
Mount on South Walnut St., Monday Zoning Board Member Spyro Dnvas asked, off the road so I could be alone. He Maurice '
''In the because of Its location in relationto after both sides were given opportunities to'
park ,
i May 30, at 10 a.m. Lee "When did you learn of it'f Lee) was not ignorant; he knew the law.I just "' .>F:
and board bad
the single.well that supplies water to all, have their say the members I' .
., "
Sports Banquet 6:30: p.m., Tuesday "When someone came down and complained tennants. ;don't want it there.. It's that simple. discussed the issue among themselves.

May 31, In Bradford Middle about It observed," Lee said. Britt said,'"It IS the best mobile' home parkin Henry Munford came to the podium to say, Drivas moved to approve the rezoning of .,
Drives that if were .
School Gym.' rezomng approved Bradford County' '"We didn't come to judge his character He'sa the 2.9 acres on the front of the property, and
Commissioners 10 units could be placed on the
Bradford County legally' good man.'* In wet weather the road Is im- recommended final approval of the request to
meet Monday, June 6 in Cour 4.8 acres. In Opposition... passable. Mr. Lee has space beside his own the board of county commissioners. '

thouse. 9:30: a.m. Lee replied, saying, "The way"it is laid out, Marie Sanford, a school bus driver was the home, .why doesn't he put a mobile home Larry Paterson seconded the motion,which
Lawtey Council meets, Monday, you can't put 10. I'd like 6. Lee made first person to oppose the request. She began there?". S carried 4-0. ,

June C in City Hall 7:30: p.m.. reference: to Health Department regulations her discourse by saying that Zoning Board The question of septic tank permitting sur- When asked 55 by Dnvas why be didn't Install

Starke City Council meets Tuesday that govern the distance between septic. Member Spyro Dnvas is related to the Lees, faced, with Ms. Turner stating that it is not mobile homes on the space adjacent to his

June 1 in City Hall, 7:30: p.m. tanks, drain r. fields and water supply (wells), and should; remove himself Irom the board.; i within the.jurisdiction. of the zoning board to home, Lee said "I don't want one there."


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5th.. Grade Individual Winners...

The top individual winner lit the, fifth grade math contest were: 1)
Julie Ponder, SS daughter of Linda Ward and James Ponder 2) Molly .J 1
SS, of Darrell O'Neal and Maura O'Neal and 3) Elise
O'Neal.Slstrunk, SS daughter, daughter of Ms Crisa Sistrunk. Right behind In close com .. .. .. ,,._ .. _u ", ,

petition were Shannon Safer SS; 43 points; Jennifer Parley,. HE, 44 >
Southside 5th :Grade Contest.
Wins Math
point, and Lindsay Walkup SS. 42 points. ... A

Southslde Elementary won the 5th grade mathematics contest by scorIng Smith LE.Second .
;324 points In the competition Friday May 20, In the school board office
Riherd Promoted Asst. ,Dir. rows Molly O'Neal SS; Lindsay WalkUp SS; Mark Smith ;
Trad Thomas SS; Tracey McCullough. HE; Missy Brown, liE; Robert
The placing 1) SS, 324 points; 2) SE 229 3) HE. 182; 4) LE, 141$. Balsett, SE; Bynne Harris SE. and Matthew Crlffls. LE.
Of Plant Industry Division'StarKe The top fifth graders. chosen by teachers, to represent their school in \
the contest are CI-r'; Third row Cassandra Jarvis SE;' Elise Slstrunk, SS; Linda Dixon
First row: Oannlelle Dlggr LE: Donnie Groves LE; Sherman Ross SE; Charlie Brown, SE; Donald Hardy, SE; Julie Ponder SS, and Shan
:Native Connie Chasteen LE; Julie Collins, IIE; Jennifer Darley HE; Casey Crews LE, and Zack non Safer SS.
Riherd was appointed as assistant

of director Agriculture Division or the Florida and or'Plant Consumer Department Industry Services Commission to Hear Appeal on Alligator Farm' I ,

,(DPI May 20 ... ... ,..... ,
The announcement was made by by Buster Hahn quest, bUt not without some reserva ,An appeal from the decision to E.L. Norman moved to hear the appeal -,
Agriculture Commissioner Doyle BCT Staff Writer tions. The commissioners reviewedand allow an alligator farm has been filed at the regular 'meeting for
Conner Tallahassee S County CommiSSionerS'' reviewedthe approved the recommendation, by nearby residents, and was on ,reviewing zoning matters June IS,
Mrs. : Lw recommendations of the Brad since no one from the audience pro- the commISSioner's agenda for May and received a second by Commissioner ,
Gaskalla, ford County ,:Zoning Board in) its tested. 18. The item was removed from the Wilbur Waters. ,The vote for
division f'egularimeetmg., Wednesday May The zoning Board had also recommended agenda and reset for June 15. delaying the appeal carried 4-1.With .
A 1973 18, and approved both petitions, the request of Danny and Commission Chairman Lawrence' Mosley dissenting,
Riherd which had been heard by the zoning .Sheila Belcher to rezone 2 acres on Mosley sought to have a special' Attorney R,A.(Green cautioned the
arty of Florida board April 27. US-3OIS for a used car lot, and the meeting to hear the appeal,saying it commissioners to refrain from
with a commissioners supported the isn't fair to the interested parties to discussing the Alligator "Farm since
agriculture.She John and Linda Lundquist received recommendation.The delay a decision for four more the matter will be coming before
joined approval to proceed with installa plot is located across the weeks. However Commissioner them in an appeal..
laboratory lion ot a mobile home on their property 'creeK front 'Slade's .Equipment -
ot Nematology some 8 miles south oi Starke' operation, on the 'east;side of the,
she was an about a mile east of SH.-I00. The ap- highway. .
specialist with proval comes alter,some frustrationfor There was no objections from ad-
'the the Lundquists, since they went jacent property owners.!
mated to through the process twice. .I.Io

supervisor; in .or- Earlier this :year, the Lundquists I V
June 1984 were told their property was already Appeal Postponed.
ministrator of :zoned for a mobile home, and rezoning The Board of Adjustment meeting
Plant The Lund-. ; I (7 was not required. 27 !
states, in-' April approved a special exception
In February quilts purchased a mobile home based -, to allow an alligator farm on o .. Gourmet VtG Hu 0 'Balli. UIIUYou've
'apPOinted on that intormation,'only to find a Bayless Highway near SK-100W. Waited Year
Plant was inducted into All It's Almost Here:
Delta agricultural mistake had I been made. Since In former times It was generally
responsible 1987 and received rezoning was not guaranteed, the understood that decisions by the, Graduation Dayl
t'' 'supervising 100 the Service Lundquists, asked tor a special exception Board of Adjustment were final CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1988
plant which was granted. The with relief only through the courts. We have nice selection of
throughout a very graduation gifts
was good for only
Carl special exception Recently the has been
her husband, process
During her m High Spr- live years,alter which would have altered, with appeals currently being and teacher appreciation gifts. Personal service
seen plant the pest been reviewed and extended, or heard by county commissioners, ,our commitment.Always free gift wrap.. .

cluding Joyce Riherd, was revoked.. prior to having the court Intervene.In It Is Our Pleasure To Serve You
for Bradford Coun- Rather than' take a chance on essence,decisions by the Board of
emergency Miami 1987 ,, prior to her revocation the Lundquists opted to Adjustment are final unless appeal' sea W. Coast. A Specialty' .Gift. Shop, M { /ty Y
blacK continues. to live in request rezoning. The zoning board ,ed. If appealed, commissioners can I Start;; i. 964-SS47
recommended ot the reoUEADSrART" overrule the board's decision. .
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Top Individual Winners... ., LL/ .. t
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Individual winners in the fourth grade math contest were (1-ri I> Tori ,
Hersey, HE. daughter of Elbert and Betsy Mersey of Hampton; 2), T't

Charlotte Smith HE; daughter of Stephen and Edith s.nUh of Hampton r .k j1boA..., .:
Lake, and 3) a tie: Arale'Long, SS, daughter of Roy and Barbara Long;! .) ,

and Aaron Harris..SS, daughter of Andy and Sharon Harris. Southside Wins 4th Grade Math Contest...,, .-. ,

Southslde Elementary fourth graders took the math trophy back to Herndon, HE; Christine Newsome, SE; Heather. Williams SE; Jasen
AnnouncesRun their school by winning the annual mathematics contest last Thursday, Wilkinson SS; Dwayne Wilkinson, LE.
Etheridge May 19.The Second row! Greg Durban, LE; Tori' llersey,'HE; Ray Padgett LEI;
SS team rolled up 291 points Hampton Elementary was a close se Gretchen Harris HE; Donna lloyle. LE; Bradley Barber, SS; Gordon.
cond with 279 point. SB was third with 251 points, and Lawtey Elementary Brown, 881; Aaron Marls.SS; Greg Baker, LI';,
for Sheriff's PostKenneth was fourth with 208 points.

Top fourth grade math students chosen to compete In; the contest are' Third row Reznee Clemmons. SE; Angle Grifhs./ SEI Temika Berry, I

(t-rh ,SEI Charlotte Smith HE; Angela.Menf, HE; Sandra Crews, LE; Bobby ,
Etheridge has announced First row; Amle f.Amg"S8; Tonya Bates SE; Erika King, LE; Shannon Howard, HE; Kosella Smith SS. '
his intention to seek election to the

,was office Etheridge born of shertlf in a Worth local in Bradford County State, Georgia Trooper County., Waters Gets No Support for Culvert. Promise 11

'and moved to Florida in 1949, and

High graduated School.from Apopka Memorial by BusterHahn two years.:' Carter said when the ASCS Kent... price per square foot as the states attorney .
20.5 BCT Staff WriterIn pipes rust out,. they .collapse and :s otiice pays' for courthouse
48 has
law enforcement?work, having years serv-in an appeal for support Iy.tns ,block I the water flow,((reguiring the ASCS (Agriculture 'Stabilizationand space on /the second floor. ,
ed peers Commissioner Wilbur Waters county to do extra worK m removing Conservation Service) has been The motion carried 4-1, with Commissioner
6.3 with the Police
years Apopka said he promised residents ot, Lincoln the fill or installing new pipe.Commissioner paying the county$60 per month rent Waters dissenting,
Department, and 20 with the
years City he would have discarded Joe RiddiCk lor the past 18 years. Waters says ASCS! pertorms a service
Florida Highway Patrol' in Bradford pipes from the DuPont Mine installed refrained from ,the conversation, According to County ,Clerk CIO lorcounty farmers, and he op-
County. the discussion Brown, the local oil ice manager,
as culverts along community saying original with poses increasing their costs.
ot tak
More than thousand hours 1
a satisfIedNIttI
: Warren Carver, is the
, ,. roads. residents took place prior to his join. County Finance Director Ester
police training has been accumulated '
; Lincoln City is an unincorporated, ing the board. arrangement. and has no plans to Ellerson: says t'lorlda.IIlatutes. prohibit
by Ethendge, in various. community ,on the south side, of Waters moved to have the pipes installed move but his ,regional ,oihce ''In'Atlanta the county trom charging the
fields, including crowd control, advertise,
1 Starke. but the motion. died for lack required him to state attorney rent tor,>ottice space:
CPR firearms, homicide investigations Commissioner' Maxie: Carter said< ot a second. for competitive bids for oihce space, .but the county'.will begi.k billing
etc. J residentsthe 'Waters was' The ad recently'ran in .Tlte. -ASCS! If
he remembered promising obviously disappointed :: $5 per square loot per year
,t. Kenneth and Fay Etheridge.mar- county will cover pipes procuredby i having promised his constituents -!' .Telegraph, Norman > I the ASCS ol I ice I is''larger' than 144

ried 28 years, have two children. and resident owners but he doesn't .. to secure the pipes and.have Commissioner to increase ASCS E.rent: to the same moved square lee, the rent will Increase:
four grandchildren. remember agreeing to install the"swirl" them ms alled.
.r .. pipes discarded by DuPont.
'.The people of Bradford Countywill K.n Eth.rldg. Carter said the pipes will only'last

have 24 hour police protection,. To Run for ShmHf '"four years at most,and maybe only.
when I: am elected," Etheridge said, In his announcement, Etheridgesaid

The sheriff's department has not complaints coming into his of. ,tY..Y.Y'.T...'t.1'1'1'.'t,,yt..t.y..y..t; ,,."'_LS' 1 ',-.'
kept up with the county's growth, lice will be handled promptly, when .
and 'the residents deserve better elected, and he! will begin immediately Keep Your Yard Pretty.
police service. Local officers shouldbe to rid the county of drug NO TRENCHING!

better trained, and more versatile problems, ,working to protect the We specialize In Automatic WEEKEND AHEAD !
in all phases of law enforce- rights of the innocent, and. to prosecute Sprinkler Systems i

,ment." the guilty. LAKE 1 STOCK UP NOW !


-j- -- -- -- 1ST. OUR STARKE :&

'(".oaa.pa _1.+aa.. lCheJeo'Meeteyo-ti ne- ola lt': I leskett, trine ,Keysfona Heights MACCLENNY, LOCATIONS ONLYI'SEAGRAM'S!'
of the Class of '88 with a perfect 4.0 Murphy Jr., Stehanle Marie
grade point average GPS). O'Steen. Nicole Leigh Palm, Installation& ServiceFrecEstitnates

Salutatonan is Jason Marvin Brpwn Jonathan Andrew Rowe, Lora Edith : ___ ptus
with a 3.9615 GPA. Jason made one Sapp, Rosalyn Louise Taylor Joy BACARDI 200 1
Shenekia Debts LawnSpt'lnkler ". : SMIRNOFF
Elizabeth Vellenga, ,
B in high school, m biology honors. PUERTO RICAN MAIL-AWAY I
Ranked fourth in the class is Jennifer Williams. Specialists AMBER tIEFUND 80 PROOF Zoo ,
Lee Brown who has a GPA of RUM SILVER GIN VODKA AWAY't '
3.794. Jennifer made two B's, one is' The Ceremony... 473-7757 t rtsUNU
750 ML. '
geometry, the other. ,In biology The opening prayer will be given 'Russell Carter Jr. 1.75 LITER 1.75 LITER' .
honors. by senior class member Ritchie -*-
The Thorpe twins, sons of Mr. and Taylor. Introductory remarks will r. :r.'f :v v..T: r.,7 we 'tt.'tI't'wt'I': ;1.1,. 12.99 JC A. 1 5.79 $tyn.Ii 12.99 'Nt
Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke, also be by Class'President Pam Zurfluh. t.rin_ D.i t
rank high. Robert Hollis Thorpe Principal Charles ,FrancIs'' will introduce r Ge. ./ ur..oNinauwr
ranks second with a GPA of 3.9592. guests. Play tv. 1: w
David Morgan Thgrpe ranks fourth The welcoming address will be = risxi

with a GPA of 3.7917. given by salutatonan Jason Brown. &= Kd.tor1ttO .
Jennifer Brown, Robert Thorpe, Guest Speaker is Dr. Pete Gianas. Lotto ,.
David Thorpe, and Carrie Lynn The tairweil address will be 200p
Musson, 3.75 GPA and daughter of delivered by valedictorian Jody MAIL-A1YAY
Gail and Cheryl Musson of Starke. Brown. & Lottery / fit' Ambassador eOND GILtBEY'S

High honor students, GPAs from Supt. Jim Duncan will present the te1 86 PROOFS
3.5 to 3.7499, area: Michael Edward diplomas. StColrnmissary = Scotch YSCrS SCOTCH. ',
Barber, son of Winston and Martha lCi c r VODKACLUNY ,
Food Store
Barber of Starke; Robert Eldon Class Officers.., 1.75 LITER 4UtY: 1.75 LITER
Boone, son of Leslie and Shirley Pam Zurfluh is senior class presi- SR 225 at US 301, Lawtey: LITER
Boone of ; Richard Lee dent; Joy Vellenga, vice-president:' 15.95 11.77. CASE
OF 12
'tray/or : ,
of Bobby '5.99 ;
-"I Ritchie) son Jeanna Andrews, secretary and '782-3017 '
Taylor of Lawtey and Mrs. Carolyn 'Jennifer Brown, treasurer. : v 94.50 t 1, 71.00
'Taylor of Starke, and Pamela Dawn Class flower White rose/red tip,'
Zurfluh,daughter of Lonnie and Cindy Class song "Wipe Out." Kong1' learnedto
Zurfluh of Starke. Class colors: Scarlet Grey. King {
Honor students, with GPA's from Class motto: "Lean en me when use his HEAoStanr"computer I.W. 500 JACK DANIELS WINDSOR 300

3.0 to 3.4999, are: Donald Cody. Bard' 'you're not strong; till be your fnend in only! 23 minutes! HARPER BLACK CANADIAN
nhill, Tangalia ill Bass I'll help you carry on. 4Y NA1Li-AWAv REPUND "
Mane Burch, Dale Dean Cassels, Class sponsors.:'\Judy M. 'Brown, (without an instruction book) ,1.15 LITER
1.15 LITER
Michael Dewayner Elder; John John Slater, Sr. 1.75 LITER
Frederick, Jr., Todd Merritt Gillen, Junior class members who. are 11.99
waters Dennis B, Glover, Sondra ushers and usherettes are: Yvonne 12.49 19.99 ,'

.. Kay Green. Mindy Lynn Hersey, Bobo, Kim Bosier, Lillie Burgess, .* :vnNii/ n
Tammy Jean Holland, Alison hey, Julie Ferguson Alisha Gruen,Christy OF 6 119.00 OF is 71.00 I
Richard David Kimutis! Stephanie Harrell, Eric Hodge, Karen ;:;

Constantmos Kopelousos,. Esther Hodges, i Jeff Moody Kristin Pfen-'

,Arlene.Martin, Deanna Lynn Miller, Jiiger, Holly Shields, Sara Smith.,



and 8 a.m. each day. To close the V ROYAL _
(from page 1A) Bradford'County jail will create SPUMANTE. ;z11wvFAlrTinEL
I on-light inspection confusion, and will CANADIAN R
parties, made a personal I havoc, publiC'
of the Bradford County jail disrupt the health, welfare and '750 ML. 750 ML. 750 ML
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before this hearing was concluded. public safety of the.people of Bradford csE cASa:
An inspection was made by the County _. 11.69. 8.79 of ,2 .' :, ..,.. 3-99 ''UF ,
Court of both floors of the jail, noting = + 47,00
104.50 r
the precise location of the control -The equities of this case are with ANNOUNCING THE FIRST FUllY''
desk,downstairs, its close proximityto the defendants and against the plaintiff
the open stairway leading to the ," IBM COMPATIBLE COMPUTER

second floor, the actual conditions in THATS SO EASY TO USE IT INSTANTLY CRIBARI GALLO ,r

the prisoner housing areas,audio the ''AI. I BRINGS OUT THE GENIUS IN YOU! ,EXTRA DRY 1 1 III ,BLUE NUNLIEBFRAUMILCH
workability of the electronic Jail Annex... PRE
,4 Raady 10 plug/m and usa ImmadiatatyEnduanaHEADSTARTannronrnanlntakaa WINES
facilities with five separate and Commissioners and the sheriff ., CHAMPAGNE
discreetly located microphones, the, have discussed building a jail annex bottt nov+c.. and axpariancad uaar tr mora 750 ML..
itself and the produettwOuaramaad 150 ML.
the jail-facility :
size of inmates. '. _
for minimum security
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physical proximity of the control ..I/ 'UN,.fan t MHz HIM aom-a PmeauorSI2K CASE 7Q '
desk to the remotest point on the se- 'Sheriff Reddish wonders, ...2-300K RAM dtta mamory drlvaa ttandan.....-to 7MN' OF 12 2.99 5.99 f35'3. '
minor '
cond floor being and however,how many employees DOC .Thf lint truly con,pMl..yiI n.m.clock 34.95 o ,_
on a different floor and bwMHn porta tar pnntar.RS232,$ .in..rInfr. i
although would to staff such an annex \
require = ... '
also noting the cleanliness and other 1000altl Itght .pi'4wfBUDWEISE
such on- built onto the jail. k 7 anpanaMn,IBMa tkxa and a natty 135 wan
jail appointments during Reddish points out he has more powar auppry for hitura.. a
as already .......IybopkO, .
,sight inspection k F I-" loci .l low
at the than the
employees jail
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commented on by DOC in coil -cor.9.
number of deputy sheriffs.
its various reports that are in this

record What DOC is alter Sheriff Reddish PRICES. START. AT 995.00 -- MILLER COORS ,

says is a new county jail. REGULAR & ldr LITE REGULAR
'-This Court finds that there is no Levy County, comparable In size _.cLUps flUEl IoIrT i Lo4AAMa' LIGHT i ..REGULAR'LIGHT
eminent danger or threat of dangerto to Bradford,recently built a new W.i ..ATr ..BuUdar .E-...-w.,.* I EXTRA GOLD
either the prisoners or staff of the million jail. A staff of 38 Is required. .Hoi baeuCM Pop-Op"MarM.CAIC'BarvteaaM.IM Budweiser 12-PAK DRAFT fr
Bradford County Jail resulting from to run It, Reddish said. OVIH 11000 M aXWUMt AND --- 6-PAK i* oz u -F ivc it at rl .
the lack of a detention ,officer Bradford commissioners wonder OOCOUMT fOIl ACCCUOftlCS AND z. l1I.4. 4.99 CANS CANS l"
'located at ,all times on the second how the county could afford multimillion orrwAM A.-' 2.49 4.99 '
floor of such jail between: midnight dollar sad.rsus. THE OFFICE SHOP 120Z. CANS -- {

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,Political Bosses Went Out

1\' ,.. YEf ;. ;i )', ;; When Primaries Came' In

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With the qualifying period for candidates -
in another "Big Year' election

Just eight week away, Bradford County

; ;i t. )t il[ voters in the near can futurebut expect some nothing heated,perhaps politicking,to

Jacks Ile.yr{ : compare with the "dirty tncka" practicedin .r
',.", 'fi: .. xx ,'\.;.."' '.'''," the days of the old County Convention
Oak .' : : ; << '; "" :
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Lake Cit 90 ':;' .A ,t",..."..... '. jo. system, used in nominating candidates for
.::,"."r.1f'" n" ..,.....'"..Hs'\r.:;. '"''.''' office before the turn of the Century.At .

Proposed iford Park ij i:0 CealPji'lhazardous ; : that time Or. John L, Gasklns

t"t.t-" : .j; :,f : J i iwas18 Starke's first mayor elected when the
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alto Butler town was Incorporated in May, 1876,was in
taree St.. ustlr
75 Aup XW control of Bradford County's Convention

and most decisionswere ,
'< : important political
Keystone made in a "smoke-filled room"at the
Htsn : rear of his popular drug ,store on CaU

Gainesville Palatka Mateo 11 Street.
100 Editor Urges Primaries

24 1 Eugene S. Matthews, who purchasedThe
Telegraph in 1893, after working'' on
.. ,<,..", :.,<,.y, papers in Gainesville and Ooala: had seen -

? f. tJ. 2 the newer "primary" system' of
V5 nominating candidates work successfully
aytona. in those cities, and started an editorial
la a.th campaign to dump the old convention
? Codar \ system and introduce primaries here.

Matthews had observed primaries Used
75 27 successfUlly' to break a deadlock in the

convention attempting to nominate a candidate -
: for clerk of the circuit court in

2.; Leesburg Alachua County. The Incumbent clerk,
I seeking re-nomination, 'was opposed by
General Earle, a prominent figure for
whom Earleton Beach on Santa Fe Lake is
Mexico named. Neither he nor his opponent could
muster the necessary two-third vote even
J 1 Orlando after sixty successive ballots taken at the
TitusvilleStaff convention over a period of several days.
The weary delegates finally threw in the

Map shows relationship,of the Interstate highways that would serve, towel nomination and adopted to the a resolution people a referringthe primary -

,the hazardous waste plant if 'the Union County site is selected. Op-' election.

ponents say waste trucks would leave Interstate 95 at Bunnell and 'Time for Change Early Starke LeaderDr.

take Florida! 100 to site, State officials say that would not happen., I ,
Dr. Gaskins, an able physician polite John L. Casklni, speaker of the House of Representatives in the early
clan, and land developer. Was the 1890s, was also considered the"political boss"of Bradford County under the old
"political boss' of the county under the Convention system of nominating candidates for office ills political power
convention system, and succeeded in getting waned after tne primary system was adopted In the mid-1890i. '

,Hazardous Waste Trucks, himself nominated to the House of .
Representatives m 1877 and 1883; to the
State Senate In 1885 and 1887; and again to Butler on, September. The handbill Bugg. chairman; R.L. Sparkman and N.J.
an extra session of the House in 1889. ,charged that neither the presiding officer Jones,all of Starke, had called for a mass
Likely to Take Short Cuts nor the secretary of the convention was an meeting at the Red Men's Hall in Starke on
v The young publisher of The Telegraph official delegate nor' in any sense a ''September 18, 1886 '"for the purpose ,of
had no objection to the services of Dr. member of the Convention," selecting candidates suitable to representthe !
Gaskins, but he also thought highly of the in the lower house of
county the State
Trie shortest way between two points' Coming up'from the West c'oast.'the ability of Circuit Judge James :T. Wills, rhe Lake Butler meeting had been heldto Legislature." All persons "who oppose'
that what the truckdrivers" take, nominate candidates for State
is and thought it was'time for a change' represen- and
hazardous waste trucks could take 1-75 rings, cliques packed conventions,
whether or not it is officially designated, under the fairer system of nominating can tative, but an investigating committee and favor fair and just dealing" were
the to 238 but will no urged
way many reported that The delegates of a portionof
didates of the the
'Truck: Route". by a vote people m to attend. The outcome of the
; doubt be tempted to take U.S. 301 north primaries. Wills was elected and served in the county constituted a faction that was'' not known. meeting is

For instance, sand-hauling trucks: from Ocala through Starke, where they the House at the sessions of 1895 and '99. actuated by a sectional spirit, 'and exhibited -

sometimes turn into Call Street (State could reach Raiford via SR 100 or SR 16 Under I the convention'' system, each a determination' to dominate and First Primary Held
rule another' portion of the county : .
Road 230), as one did recently, knocking through the State Prison grounds, SR 16 voting precinct in the county had a number without any regard to the wishes or'interests ?- The first local primary was held IIi Brad,
down one of the Historic,District's newly would also provide a direct route from of convention delegates, apportioned on of the dominated section." ford County in the mid-18908, but the
installed I decorative street lights. the St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs the basis of the number of votes it cast in system was not adopted on a statewide
the last election. Each precinct would have Mass' Meeting Called basis until 1901 when WS.
Trucks also frequently veer from Middleburg, and Camp Blandmg areas. Jennings was
its own chairman, and would elect its apportioned nominated for Governor.
Highway 16 onto a county road at Any ,of these alternate, more direct number of delegates to the Coun- According to the handbill, the report Bradford County was divided'by'
from "a large and enthusiastic
Kmgsley Lake, taking them through a routes would carry the trucks by ty Convention. meeting of the citizens of Starke and surrounding legislative act in 1921, and that put an end

residential area that is supposed to be countless schools, churches, and Conventions in TurmoilThis country, held at the Red Men's to political feuding between Starke and
"otl limits' to trucks, residence/business districts In a dozenor Hall on Saturday the 11th, inst. Apparently Lake Butler over which should be the coun-
system was so filled with flaws and ty seat. A few ,.
"dirty (
So ; the charges of "domination"were ,tncfcs'f7are. still .
truCrout to be towns.
a more
\ apt anywherea
; "wheeling and dealing" that it kept county resorted to Under Urn
I being made against the Lake Butler .. primary,, aystem now
truck driver thinks he can drive to ,A State,.Department of Transportation 'politics In a constant state of turmoil In faction west of New River, who were still 'ft' a & .:A{i they d1N1jj 'oMare with the I I
save a mile or two, or a minute or two of has said there are'' no the fall of 1886 a handbill was distributed trying ,to capture, the courthouse from skullduggery 1 that was so common under'
employee announcing a County Mass Meeting to be the old convention ,
time. That's what wornes (or should Starke. system resulting In :
plans, to widen state roads in Union or held in Starke on September 18, protesting court actions and threats of bodily harm
worry; residents of Lake Butler, Bradford Counties in the next ten years,' an election that had been held at Lake A committee composed "of Thos. E. dunng those early elections before 1900.
,Starke Keystone Heights, Falatka,, 1
so chances of widening 100 or 16 are not
Bunnell 'and many smaller towns along in the cards at this time.
two lane roads that may :appeal to I

,drivers, of hazardous waste trucks Letters to the Editor Guardian ad Litem

'because they are the shortest'routes to .. Jr5 Training Session

get to the proposed hazardous waste
J The next training session for new :
treatment State Road 121
facility on ,, Make Thts volunteers in the Guardian ad Litem program "
north of Raitord. Help a Safer World will be held in Starke on Tuesday '/

DER offlcaJs'are' to that. and Thursday evenings, June 7 and 9, and "
specIfic', routes will be designated say for Open Letter to Everyone; (business, industry and our government! June 14 and 16, from 7 to 10.30: p,m.

,YOU CAN demand biodegradable pack- Anyone interested m becoming a Guardian -
trucks carrying hazardous waste to the The advent of automobiles, airplanesand
ing. YOU CAN demand recycling and ad Litem is asked to contact Laura
treatment plant- but who will be there' working women' (for pay) has launched recyclables. YOU CAN demand that industry Conti, 964-8498. or Barbara Beynon; program
to enforce observance of this us into I life in the fast lane. Aids, Chernobyl coordinator .
regulationand develop safe substitutes for toxic: ,at 374-3656, Gainesville.
see that..truck drivers are not lured and other forms of global pollution products, YOU CAN demand more en- Volunteers in the the
are just beginning to teach us how small represent
away by what appears to be a more this planet Earth really is. vironmentally responsible YOU CAN legislation from best interest of children in cases involving
direct route, your government. help make court action and m matters ,
DER Secretary Dale Twatchmann I believe God put us here and has charged this a better, saler world. YOU CAN be a other agencies dealing with children.
While DER and its consulting firm, admits that the geographic center of us to be good stewards, which includes good bteward.;
F Weston Inc. Browme taking care of the land, water,and air We O'Bnant-Johnson -,
Roy : ,) gave Florida's hazardous waste production is I .Sandra
breathe.Sure this
know but how
,we many'of
points to Raitord because of its location: south of a line through 'Tampa and, us take time out of our bray lives to con :Starke Forestry .

within '20 to 30 miles of Interstates 75 'Orlando. In reply to those who believe sider just how great a problem the things ,

and 10t. Weston also listed disadvantages -, the plant should be located where mostof we've learned to accept as part of daily lite in Bradford County.
in Union County's overall road the' hazardous waste, is generated, are causing. Wal- art Manager : I

system and the, lack of rail service to the Secretary Twatchmann said sites m Over the last 30 years, we've grown ex-! Describes Store By David W.Norton ,(
site could obtained becausethe ponentially into a disposable society How '
that area not be .Bradford Forester
County 4
many watches, small appliances, toys, ;
'' mandated Coming to StarkeJerry
State the use :
,It was theorized that haz-waste trucks Legislature etc., are cheaper to throw away than to
travelling 1-75 would turn off on County'' of State lands.< That is not the case,. repair We throw tons of plastic and Be Careful. With Fire
however. The Legislative Act said only styrofoam in our trash each day. The fast ,
238 west of Lake Butler in order to reach Parrett manager of the
food restaurants alone create millions of Drying, drier, dry is the weather here in
that State lands should be Wal-Mart
) given Gainesville store, spoke to
the SR 121. This could route Bradford
plant on' County and for
that matter
cubic feet of similar trash each day. Where ; a
Starke Rotarians last the
of to week, describing
If half the paid
preference. money .
them directly through the towns of Lake does all this 'trash"go'fo the landfill! impact of Starke's 44,000 square foot unit greater.portion of the state is in this condi
the Weston firm had been used to purchase
Butler and Raiford. One member of the' 'now under construction at the former KOA ,tion.The

ERe ,(Environmental Regulation Com- r a non-State location one could You paid a $75 assessment for a new campground site on. U.S. 301 South. -weathermen, i although not too

missionthe body that recommended, :doubtless have been found, based on en- landfill because the older landfills are 'the 'positive, have predicted some showers this
Parrett said store, one of 22 additional
vironmental criteria as it should have and be closed. Considering week. Whatever the weather this
the site on SR,1.21, showed some sym- unlined: unsafe, must Wal-Marts being built in Flonda this dry condition -
based the rate at which we will remain with us until regular J
been rather than on obtaining"free" accelerating
pathy for the plight of Lake Butler and year, will be the 92nd in the chain and will
landfill summer rains arrive.
'are generating trash, our new
made a. motion at ,the final hearing to state land.'fhroughout won't last long even if we aggressively create an additional 150 jobs locally, with
estimated 1 million He said This dry weather has
an numerous
recommend that a by-pass truck route, this controversy, ,which recycle.Then what Nobody wants one in
that 24 more stores are planned for 1989. fires to our area over the past week. Manyof
be built around the town. But the motion has been on-going since last December, their backyard I An alternative solution these brush fires are the result of yard,
died for lack of a second by unconcerned the State has acted irresponsibly in they're trying to sell us today is mass burn :The speaker said ;that Sam Walton,. trash fires or carelessness. Careless In-
incineration. An extremely poor choice I It founder of the chain, got his start with a
dividuals leave the wind to tend their fires
regard to environmental -
members. selecting a site without
'When items containing chloride, such as Ben Franklin franchise,used to finance his
and wind does
the stuff.
.Coming in from West Florida: on f710.- : concernswithout, regard plastics, are burned, the stack emissions first Wal-Mart venture, which is projectedto
1! and perhaps from South' Georgia on- to the total inability of the small communities may include dioxans and diDenzofurans- be second in sales in the nation next All kids, at one time or another have

, 1-295 then west on 1-10, and south on 121, Involved to protect themselves the known most to potent, cancer causing agents, yt'ar.wlth an estimated $16 billion gross heard the expression, You play with fire
from accidents in the incinerating process you get burned I"Guess what? Fire also
the trucks will be travelling the last 20 Parrutt said that' Wal-Mart employeesare
at, the plant and spills of toxic Take note..when levels of dioxins were, burns does trailers and homes. People in
miles Or from to the site considered as "associates" in the
so Macclenny found to exceed acceptable levels in Bunnell (Palm Coast) are well aware of
substances on the highways in this area.: I stores, rather than employees, sharing in ,
on a two-lane highway already heavily mother's milk the government of Sweden this fact of life.
Neither has the State shown any con- profits and stock' opportunities. He said
travelled 'by sand trucks headed for' a moratorium against construc-
Jacksonville.. Again, a member of'the cern for the, thousands of ,prison inmates -, tion Imposed of new mass-burn incinerators. phenomenal this plan of operation success is of credited the Wal-Mart with the ,During this dry spell we need to be more I
,'as well as employees at the half fire conscious In the outdoors. We need to
ERe expressed concern about hazar- There is no easy solution, but it has to ,chain.
twb-to-five mile be aware that one spark from a burning
dous waste trucks on the same two-lane dozen pnsons within a begin with us. The only answer is for each
Wal-Mart also stresses the use of brush pile (with, the Wind's help) can turn
radius of the plant, lone of us to reduce the amount of trash we
road with speeding sand trucks,.but this and demand that business ,In- 'American-made goods Parrett said, and Into a many acre fire. Due to dry conditions .
concern. fell on deaf ears. A, study of the accompanying map dustry produce and government do the same. predicted that by, 1995, 95 percent of all ", it was necessary for the Division of
! shows that unless there is strict enforce- 'i items sold by the chain,will be made in Forestry to cancel some requests for out
Coming up ,from ,the ,East Coast, ment of designated Interstates routes, no We"away"can't."Just Away throw is here it away and now, There in the is America, door inconvenience burning.'rhe' this state's may apologies cause for, any'but

\, (Dade/Broward County, area) where for hazardous waste trucks enroute to form of landfills or dangerous emissions folks, this is in everyone's best interest.you ..

the bulk of Flonda's hazardous waste is Raiford, those coming from central from incinerators.
produced), the trucks will theoretically Florida are more than apt to opt for the ITS YOUR COUNTRY, IT'S YOUR Somewhere out there there must be -'
(according to DER) travel to Jacksonville four-lane U.S. 301 route providing LIFE; YOUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN I --=: who enjoys watching the woods someone

I on 1-95 to 1-10 going west and then, almost a bee-line path to Raiford WILL INHERIT YOUR AC the --- burn. The news baa reminded us in the

on to 121 at ,Macclenny Chances are.: through Starke. The traffic count here TIONS.solution?Are Look you at ready your to trash.participate Is It in filled past of certain fires that were started from

however that many of them will take on 301 is already 30,000 vehicles per day, with plastics,styrofoams,andother things ,Our nation's first national $1,000 arson.for The information Division leading of Forestry to the arrest offer
the short SR 100 at Bunnell fora that are here 'monument Is Dvll'..
route via and a large percentage of it already that won't decompose,things and conviction of arsonists. '
direct shoot 'to the Raiford site trucks. ,All we need for complete to stay forever? Does it also contain common Tows; MS feet high, located ,

through Falatka Keystone Heights and mayhem in downtown Starke is a few household toxic product I ONLY which YOU can are prevent unnecessarily of In Wryomirm.the Black It Hills becamea reglofi Please be careful With fire U you needto

Starke, turning north on 121 at, Lake, ,more trucks,: heavily laden with hazar-' this type of pollution. ONLY YOU can national monument In report a wildfire. In Bradford! County,
caU 964M3C.I'al
Butler. dous demand more responsibility from, .19CICS. please

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Graduating. JROTC Awards Ce'remoriyHeld'

Sixty-five cadets turned out for the ctructor and Battalion Commander
Melodie WagerGraduating 13th traditional Bradford High Lt Col. James Crews presented the

''I' 'ide of the news Sunday ''School, Army Junior ROTC award battalion with color guard, and
''I "' ".J _. ... ceremony held Wednesday morning military police awards. Afterwards ,
: ,.,I -:''\' t, ," Wedding.RnrvtMlon.. .. dub N._ !&*<.l E...i. From Columbia Seminary May 18, in the BHS auditorium. Col. Otte and 1st SST Brinson :-1.
I' .. riivrrh N.v. .. BI..... Melodic Carter Wager will The ceremony began when cadet presented the Senior award,sapping 1
graduate at the iseth annual commencement Lt. Col.James Crews called the anx- Into'each senior'* hand the traditional
of Columbia Theological Y ious and excited battalion to attention silver dollar. "As long as you

Church Seminary on Sunday*'.May 29. Baccalaureate 131, while the BHS Color Guard have this... you'11 never be broke,"

Chatter_ ... ... ... ..... ........""' ... ..... Services will be field at 11 posted the colors. Several cadets said Col. Otte with a smile.
a.m. at the North Avenue received special awards and, The Daughters ot the American
;; I'' Vocation Bible School Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. medals. ), Revolution next, to
I, Rev. H.R. Roundtree of Miami will rn This is a time for and was recipient
, At Madison St. Baptist be the guest speaker of the week. Commencement exercises will take awarding," said retired rewarding Senior Army Cadet Lt. Col. Spencer Lee Smith
Come onet Come all! New Bethel place at 4 p.m. at the Peachtree Crd. Jonathan Wainwright
Instructor Col.
\ L. Otte. -t I,I
You are invited to attend Vacation Presbyterian Church, also located Cadet
in presented Eugene with
I Baptist is located at the corner of "These cadets earned their awards. Blye
Bible School at Madison St. Baptist Keller and Florida Streets Rev.A.J, Atlanta. the National Sojourners MedaL The
They're not tree
Church, 900 W, Madison St.,Starke., Simmons, Pastor.LuncheonMeeting. Melodie Is the wife of David National! Sojourners are citizens of
Among the distinguished cadets \
June A-io. Wager who grew up in Starke, and itne U.S. who are Master Masons m
The Bible School will be held daily the couple made their home here for attending the ceremony were Cmd. good standing in any' duly constituted -
from 9 a.m. tit and several before she her Jonathan M. Wamwright who
noon, will be for years began lodge of Master Masons
children 3-11. youth ages 12-14 and Held seminary studies, Melodic is the presented National Sojourners recognized by and maintaining
i young adults to senior adults. By St, Mark's WomenThe daughter of Nancy Carter Wainwright -Medal. Major Robert Brown Jr., fraternal relations with a majority
Baldree presented the American
Pre-registration carnival wilt be recently moved to Starke. Sonya Legion of the regular Grand Lodges.
II on June from 10-12( noon. Women of St. Mark's held and the daughterlaw of John Gordon award and Col. Wilbur Uetz'presented The Military Order of World Wars
their last ,meeting at the home of Wager, aru the late Frances Baldree Receives the Military Order of, was presented by Col. Wilbur Getz to

;, Mrs. Al K. Carlisle on Tuesday May Wager, also longtime residents of Masters Degree World Wars award. Cadet Major Donald R. Sparks. The
, ', United ChristianAction 17 at 10:30: a.m.. before their adjournment the Starke community Alter opening remarks, 1st American Legion citizenship and
Sonya Baldree of Stance Theodore
I recently Bnnson Asst. In-
for the Army
summer months.
"" Group Meeting graduated irom the academic awards were presented by.
University ,0"
Mrs. Carlisle, the pro. "lent, con- Major Robert Brown to Cadet Cap-
Set for May' 29 North Florida with a Master ot
ducted the business meeting and Education tain Greg Mayben (citizenship) and
:' ', Mrs. Gilbert Brown presented the degree in Elementary Engagement '. Cadet
\ United Christians in Action'UCAN PHOTOGRAPHYBy Education. to Sgt. Kevin Finch
( ) will hold its first Laving study program on the subject While at UNto'.Sonya maintained a (academic),
Christian Stewardship Workshop at 'Walking With Jesus". fhe Scrip Cathy Wooley 4.0 grade point average and was In- Wise.Tins ler Before closing remarks, Col. Otte I f
. 1 p.m. Sunday May 1l. In the New ture reading was from Col. J-12-17.: 964-4451 or 964-6066 'ducted into Kappa Delta Pi, an presented the Superior Cadet '
: River New Congregational Following the business ,meeting : honor society for educators. Engagement Told awards to one cadet in each LET >
,< \ ''11 Methodist Church at the intersection Mrs. Carlisle ,invited the membersinto Weddings Engagements, Those, attending the graduation (Leadership education training '
' of CR 199 and 125, between Lawtey the dining room where the luncheon .Anniversaries ceremonies held on April 30 were her Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A, Wise of1' LET 1 was awarded to Cadet 1st Sgt. .
i and Raiford. table was .covered'with 'a Call for Free Consultation and Washington, Indiana, proudly an Ben Hankerson; LE T 2 was awarded,
Today parents Sonny Lane fenly; her
I In announcing the meeting San- cream-colored linen Uotn centered husband and daughter.., Andy and nounce the approaching, marriage of to Cadet 1st Sgt. Jerry Loiciano;
their daughter Julee Ann. to John
dra Brtant-Johnson extends an in- with an arrangement of yellow day Katie; and her mother and lather-m- LET 3 was awarded lo Cadet Major ,
vitation to "all persons concerned lilies in a crystal bowl. fen law; Charles and Bernice Baldree, Lee Tinsler, son of Mr. and Mrs. VICKI Foster; and the LET .four "
, about education members were present for.this love- Lester Walker of Lawtey,and Mr. Superior Cadet award was i
in America the en- all ot Starke. .
' ', and Mrs. Albert Tinsler of Lexington
ly luncheon. to 1
presented Batallion
i ,vironment XV programming, and, Sonya graduated irom BHS I in 1978 Va. f,-
', 1 ,other Christian concerns.'' as an honor student. She attended Lt. Col. James Crews.
The will
ceremony take place'on After Lt Col..
closing remarks.
Graham JakabReddlshTo Santa Fe Community College and Saturday Aug. 13 at 7:30 at the
BaptistTo p.m. Crews called the Batallion to atten
:'. graduated with high honors in 1979, First Church
Bethel; Baptist of Starke. ,
New Baptist Host Wed tion and dismissed the colors
SingingWeeks Friday NightThe receiving her AA degree. She then There 'will be reception in the "
l' Revival June 6-JO attended the University of Florida "This was excellently done, said
, Family will be at Graham wedding of Penny Jakab and fellowship Immediately follow Crd Wamwright "Congratulationsto
where she received her BA degree
' New Bethel Baptist Church will be Baptist Church on Saturday May 28. Barry Vernon Reddish will be Fri with honors I m 1981. Since then she ing the ceremony.No all of you and to Col. Otte and his
in a revival June 6-10 at 7:30: nightly Everyone is welcome day May 27 at 8 p.m. at Madison St. has worked at' Southside Elementary local invitations will be sent, star. American Legion retired
,/T''i: '!,'(d'" '. s' + Baptist Church.No where she is currently third but all family and inends are invited Marine Major Robert Brown added
local invitations are being to attend the wedding and,the recep- his comments when he said, "This is
I .' grade teacher '
,\: :.,!,: ;,:: ,(,I;' "' ,tion. '
I'I''I"' sent; all friends and family are cordially an excellent program; keep Up the'
)',," :< ,{;., Invited. BUS Class of 78 : 'gOOd work,''

M.N::< l:;"""" :" Social Briefs .... _-- ...- .. ... ..... ..... .....- Plans r lath Reunion/ \ ,' J ..
l1 ,'"\ \,' .:' .. :., ',' "
1(>" ; Community t : .
, j''ft'ii\ ,
i : Honors multipurpose The Class of 1978 will celebrate Its ,
",' : P/cn/c'Supper lighted ceiling fan and a Sopp-Vornes Wedding
, ten year reunion on July 2J, beginning -
Wedding Couple Many cooker lovely fry gifts pan. were,receivedby Planned for May 28 with a family picnic at the NCO :News ,

I, The home of Mr, and Mrs. Meed the bride-elect. After which Mrs. club at Camp Blandmg at 10 a.m.
Mr. and Eldon R. Sapp request '
Admission is tree, but each is Allen AME l
Lewis Lake the family Chapel I
in :
City was setting refreshments of a beautiful the honor of your presence at H. .' '
( for a delightful picnic supper honor-1' decorated .finger foods and .responsible tor their own tood. Youth > -
cake "
the marriage of their daughter The Choir of' the', Allen' : 'V"-
Later the din ;
r ing Penny Jakab and Barry Reddishon served trom the dining in evening a buflet : : ,, : l : f?
Co- punch,were Rhonda' Louise to David Ray, ner will be served at the Holiday Inn' Chapel AME will be having a summer <: t":; t!:
14. .
Saturday evening May ,room. Varnesv? located in Orange'Park.,.There will outing to Busch Gardens in ", ". s} 4.
hosts were Mr. and Mrs." Randy, The will take at l' '
? ceremony place be a pre-actjuaintance hour from 6-7' Tampa on Saturday, June 18. They -
Johns. ParrlshM'cCarthyHonored p.m.on May 28 in the Northside Baptist -. p.m., with the bullet meal followingat will be'leaving the church at 8:30"a.m. : I
The thirty guests gathered on the, With Shower Church All friends and relativesare 7 ,' and return at 8 p.m. ? ..
patio for hors d'oeuvres after which ,, invited to attend. p.m. ": ,: ; > \:: 1 :'
served Recognition and a "rememberingwhen" 'I ', ,'
supper was to each couple in Miss Becky Parrish bride-elect of .
,time will follow the meal.
individual peach baskets lined with honored Fri- : :
'ferry McCarthy was -

t red guests and were white seated checked at gingham.long picnic The day given evening by Mrs.with Joyce a bridal Cooley shower at her '' ,Max dancing Fortune beginning will provide at 9 p.m.music for, ,McRae Reunion Set ;' ':;::)!::!;:;';'I\( )l\\" ;';I') "'" \
EppsSarber'To'WedJune Those interested the .' ,
i I tables covered with red and white Heilbronn Spnngs home. in spending The McRae Family reunion will be :, ;i', -": ;' "
night may reserve a room for $J9.: '
i gingham cloths and centered with Party rooms were decorated 2 at Camp BlandingMr For more information contact -: : : :'
x arrangements of red and white imF with flowers centered ::
: and Mrs. Harold W. Epps and Christie Redding forode, 5J.WS05;
A covered dish lunch will be served
F with three wed-,
patiens. proportioned pink
'Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Barber invite or Shan Edwards Johns 9644840.
Among the guests were the ding bells flowing from the ceiling. you to the wedding of their from 1-2 p.m. Come and join us,

,j parents of the honored couple. Mr. Bridal games were enjoyed with children Angela Melissa and Mark .I
( and Mrs. Zoltan Jakab. and Mr.. 'and prizes being given to the honoree by Edwin on Thursday June 2, at 8 J.Iow. ,

Mrs. Vernon Reddish. the winning guests. as. momentoes. of in Blanding Chapel at AINCSVIllI
"K """ 'and Barry.1yeCtresented'itti' p.m. Lake p 71* NW 13lh St.JACKSeNVIi.il .
.penny this occasion. Kmgsley
-fi with> a wicker picnic basket as a' The honoree's sister-in-law, Mrs. following the wedding a reception PALATKA 400 us t9CALA 5 LuWll tRANCI
remembrance of the occasion by the William Parrish kept the bride's
will be held at the Kingsley Lake PARK
... ,
hosts. gilt book of the many lovely and Community Center on SR 18A. All I MM i K !-,

useful gifts received.A friends and relatives are invited to t
', delicate Imported lace d SALE STARTS TODAY!
,5 W
Gloria Strickland Honored tablecloth covered the refreshmenttable .+Iwli.h+ UNBLEACHED "
I With Kitchen ShowerMiss which centered a,large pink

'sheet cake with a round cake in the -- ..... .... SPUN POLYESTER ,
Gloria Strickland brideelectof 200yd PATTERNS 1 '
center highlighting an arch on top .
, Mr. John Valinski, was honored with a miniature bnde and groom. THREAD spool 59
r on Tuesday night* Mar: 29, at a 'fhe elegant cake was decoratedwith Births. 0 / CO 11d ti"55 we. Ms rRlct
' '- delightful kitchen shower given by a variation of perfected flowers CO AND Sp00IS S'O wide iF F p _

i' Mrs. Charles Johns Ms. Manon and to add that personal touch was f101 WOODEN WORLD FAMOUS SKIHNIRS SCANS
j ," ; Douglas and Mrs. Randy Johns at written, "Best wishes Becky and Robert Adam Green limit 13 UlTRA SUEDE Va price
|: ; i' the home of the latter on Church Terry", Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jr.
II" Street. Surrounding the cake were crystal proudly announce the birth of their ANAS $ .R uhr .FwlU*
r. The guests were greeted at the dishes of mints, nuts, chips and dip son Robert Adam born May 11 In AND AIM f AM, .wlMrt AniMI.fH M $27
door by a "chore girl" consisting of and the hostess' special bite-size Jacksonville. He weighed 9 ib. 11 oz. A1.99VALOE 6 1Z' {OT 5 a metal grater body pot scrubber chocolate chip cookies.A and measured 23 inches. 3. to
curls, measuring spoon arms vanety of refreshing drinks Maternal grandparents are 'Mr. UNHEMMED .a WEEKEND;
1 'wooden spoon legs and a dish towel were served in pink cups each witha :and 'Mrs. Robert Rooney of San

skirt. small dainty umbrella matching ,Leandro Calif. Great-grandmother:
As ,Miss Strickland opened'her pink plates and other serving ac- is Mrs. Anna Rooney. of New
1 gifts each guest told of the first time cessories all included an umbrella. Orleans.La.Paternal TMRUSATURDAY a
they met Gloria.After this delightful Pictures, were taken throughoutthe grandparents are Mr.
exchange, refreshments were servo evening with both camera shots and 'Mrs,, Herbert Gren Sr.,, of I DMC EMBROIDERY IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC SPECIAL GROUPING
ed. and videotape to be presented to the Starke..' PACKAGEDNOTIONS

Approximately forty guests joined honoree as a cherished remembrance FLOSS r s.., s $ 100 COUTURE1FABRICS
, Gloria for this happy occasion including of this very special occasion: ARRAY OCOLORSIOIYESTF J : '
, her sisters Mrs Don Thorn Kasey Renee Barrett
j)\' 'in-law ton and, Mrs.Mrs. Steve Stuart Ditch Strickland her sister-and' Starke Chamber Will Russell and Robbin Barrett of nrusn G M yt ntriUt Hcikt'nRiMr :
Starke announce the birth of a f
j( Mrs Joe' Valinski mother or'the Host Beauty Pageant daughter Kasey Renee born May 13 7"t.71"LONG 18 $1 lOOV POLYESTER AND IIENDSJACQUARDS
; groom-elect. | ASSORRDCOLORS TOR Pinl Pins- Mm*
; .The StarkeBradford'County in Gainesville. E... kIMIT It ,
? Assisting in serving were Miss | pt VKK1 j
I and Miss Elizabeth Chamber of Commerce will sponsorthe Maternal grandparents are Jerry STRETCH CHARMEUSE '
? ?
; Gayle Douglas First Annual Firecracker Beauty and Margaret Wadsworth of Starke. I 3FoV'si '
Rowell. The hostesses presented FLORALS OFF
., Gloria with a cookbook. as a rememi, Pageant to be held in conjunctionwith Great-grandmother is Madge LACE TRIMS 2Cyard 6fORlri ::
the 4th of July festivities here in Sullivan of Waldo. ,J
brance of the occasion. AiMrt>4 WIJlVi I t< !
Starke. paternal grandparents are Don Jl
< The event will be held on Satur- and Dale Barrett of Gainesville.' l

: Miss Angela Epps ',day July 2 at the Starke Woman's '
Club beginning at 10 a.m. There will

.. 'Honored With Luncheon be four categories beginning with 3-6 Illflli _- ,,,..ro.. TILLS mi"""" rpr. .vHook _- _- _- ,

,. Miss Angela Epps, bride-elect of year olds (both boys and girls), the
Mr. Mark Barber, was honored on 7-10 year old girls/ and 11-15 girls. Two Fish n' Chips '$4.99.
and 1st and |
.. Saturday. May 7 with a luncheon at There will be a winner '
the Officers Club at Camp Blanding. 2nd runner-up in each category. Ap- includes three tender golden-brown fish fillets '
The wedding color scheme of red plications may be picked up at the Each Fish Chips: 'I'

'and white was used in the table arrangements Chamber of Commerce and Mitchell's french'fries'and two hush puppies? : :
and Handmade Drug Store.. '
will and the Ib Ds'
placecards. Entry fee be' $15 Captain
Miss Epps for this number of contestants in each 4
Joining CUllom"Not to be used wilt>
will be limited. Entries One coupon pet

Mrs.delightful Harold occasion Epps,and were the her mother mother of category should be returned to the Chamberof I Ony01hetCouponOfdlocoUnt.Goodoto parfelpotlnp Captain a..offer.xplr..ewlee ',. A great little seafood place.-
Commerce or to the Pageant e.
Mrs. Winston ,
the Barber.groom-to-be' Coordinator Mrs. Debra Norman H Hi CLIP THIS COUPON. -

Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Darby Rt. 2. Box 270S, ,Starke, 32091,

Mrs.'J.E. Hardy Mrs. Randy telephone 964-8849., Three-Piece 'Fish Dinner $2.99 ,I

Johns Mrs. George Roberts .Jr.. ,, '

and Angela Mrs.l Vernon was presented Silcox. with a Educators EntertainedAt 'Three golden-brown; fish fillets:, french fries, 'cole slaw 'and |

crystal and silver serving tray as a Klngsley Picnic two hush puppies. '

*' momento of 'the' occasion by the 'Eight educators from five states i;L .Captain: Dfe, ,

Hostesses. enjoyed swimming and picturing at .
I KIngsley Lake Thursday afternon.May One coupon per cuo1Cmet.Not lob uMdv tlh
19.Entertaining!: the group were any other coupon Of dlocOtWIt.Good at 01 A great little seafood place.9|
' Evelyn Maycumber and S.G. and paRCipait+p Capain a..orrer xpt".ew7ee

4 :7 Ernestine Denmark at the Denmarklake Savings .-. CLIP THIS COUPON IB* .
Deanna Tomlinson home.

I Bridal Shower' .Honoree "deckhouse Hors d'oeuvres deck followed were served by a picnic on the Bite-Size, Shrimp Dinner $2.99 \

-w; elect Uittt of De Hilton nna Coleman Tomlinson.Jr.bride-, was supper.Those attending were Dr. Carol A large serving of delicious bite-size fried shrimp with cocktail sauce,

1 r' honored with a family bridal shower Santa of Montana Dr. Taffy french fries cole slaw and
? Tuesday, May 17 at the home of Mrs Raphael of Michigan Dr. Peter .
Elaine Crawford on Morgan RdL' Winograd of Kentucky, Dr. Gary Captain D'sA two hush pUDDies. GocdotolCaptain:' OSI!
Hostesses for the occasion were Moorman of North Carolina, Joy
Mra. Joyce Coleman MR Barbara Monohan and Bess Hlnson of Orange One coupon per cuatamef.Not '

""' craWford,and Mra. Ellen Martin County Fl.; and Clarice Kennedyand little seafood place. onv olher coupon Captain Of dllooUnt.0'..0IIef orares 619/88 A great little seafood place.. ; .
r the occasion the Evelyn Maycumber of the Nor- great pot <
: hostessest Deanna with theast. Florida Educational Consor- - - - I

I' corsage upon her arrival; also a tium.

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Condolence..., a.m.,to S.-30 p.m. Heart-Chen, Inc.,
is extended to the family //saw many Scouting demonstrations, day,fallowing( a five day visit with Detria Ford, Karate Lee, Jason ScOiilll8 was awarded the second will be, giving blood cholesterol
'I sympathy and friends of Mr Jean Drapeauwho and had lots ot fun. her' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. LoveU, Crystal'Murphy, Roberta pnze of the third and fourth grades Checks at Andrews Drugs In Starke.'
used Sunday 22. Troop leaders flank Kyle' and and Mrs. Bill Young. They all enjoyed Searcy, Clay Archey, Peter Kmpp, participating in this countywide, con. Cholesterol is one of the fat-like
May dreg Marshall, Cub Pack leaders a tour of St. Augustine while John McMillan, Matthew Mullis, test. nutrients transported the blood. It

Scoutworld 88... Allen Archey and Mickey McMillan here. Paul Phillips Amanda Rowland has several normal uses such as
and many parents accompanied the Mr.and Mrs. Lawrence Meng had Christopher Glbbi, Jason McCullougn -, Upcoming Events..., helping to build cell walls and make:
Boy'Scouts and Cub Pack Scouts SCouts on this interesting weekend many guests over the weekend in-' Shaun Muse, Chartsse THURSDAY; MAY 28: Swimming hormones. The body makes: all the\
from Troop 67S enjoyed a camping' trip. eluding Jamie and Ronald Safandaof Rivers, Tori Hersey, Angela Meng. Registration 8-9 a.m. cholesterol It needs.. Additional
weekend at the Naval Air Station in tlll1esVllle..Ga. Charlotte Smith Missy Brown and THURSDAY MAY 26: 7:30: p.m.,. cholesterol enters the blood l when we

Jacksonville. They celebrated with Piano Recital,.. Jennifer Darley. Annual Spring Program. eat foods that contain cholesterol-

many other scouts' who were observ- On Sunday May 22, Mrs. NeUMann Late May B'days... Receiving ALL A's AND B's were t FRIDAY, MAY 21: Popcorn Day, those from animals and foods that
,ing Scoutworld 88. presented her piano students May '13-Frank Williams Jimmy Coleman,Daniel Davis,Joey f 23 will buy popcorn and a drink fQr are high in saturated fat, such as
pitched tents, cooked, sang Rowe Don Brown
They Smith Tonya ,
CrAwfordand '
from the Sonatina Music Club in a St..n/1AlnIA DrxSuft. IVna' students i I meat and dairy products.
song and visited, making new recital at the Oedan Baptist Church Amanda Rowland;; 14-Mellssa Christina Carmichael, Deena MONDAY, MAY 30: Memorial Where'there, Is too much
friends from other troops attending in Brooker. Byrd, Roger Green and C.K. Fuqua; Crawford, Bobby Dennis, Christina Day Holiday, no school. cholesterol in your bloodstream it
Early in the mornings they saw toured fifty Pertormmg from the Hamptonarea iS-Jose Aviies; ,l -Bobbl> Lindsey; Crawford Jessica Marshall, Paul JUNE 2: Awards Ceremony (K-3 can become trapped in the walls of

hot air balloons take otf'fhey were fort Hersey, Angela 17-Biandy Hall; 18-ShannonSmlth; Morgan Allen Rhoden Bambi 8:30: p.m, Hat 7:30: p.m.) your coronary arteries and build up
various airplanes and; helicopters, Meng and April Scoggms. They were 19-Jason Birk;: 20-Chns Brown, Rhoden. Melody Erik Scoggins Jassy Starl JUNE 3; Last day of school for over time. When an artery that sup-
presented with Certificates showing! Regina Padgett and Terry ing Youngblood Pat students plies blood to the heart getsxiogged
Superior and Excellent ratings in Crawford; 21-Jennifer Glen Flanagan Norm Awes, Randy with cholesterol deposits that partof
School Menus the Music Festival held Feb. 13 at 22-Denyse Edwards, Melody Lind- Brooks, Robert Broome, Alicia the heart muscle does not get the
the Umv of Florida in Gainesville sey and Timothy Newman; Crosley, Teddy Demaree, Hannah nutrients and oxygen it needs and it
May 30-June 3 23-Sandy Friese, Cecil Stanley and Ford Brandy Hall, Amanda Meng dies. The result: chest pains a heart
Visitors... VIVIan Patterson;. 24-William Clint Morgan Susan Parmenter, Summer Fun PlannedAt attack or sudden death.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ;Starling:> and Price' 25-Grady Gosnell; 28-Donna, Michael Swan, Danny' Wiggins, Bradford Library To be sure you do not have high
Bradford Elem.&Middle:SchoolMomUyi Parado Alicia Baker Hope Archey Steve
Joshua and Justin spent the ; 29-Came and Christy Manning cholesterol levels have your blood
Memorial O.y..llcnool HOliday. sons Innocent, Randee Varnum, Bobby Preschool and elementary age
and Jessica Lester; 31-Mike cholesterol checked today. If your
t Managersrholce pays weekend in Winter Park where they Howard Jenny Johnson Scog children can get a on summer
Tuesday-Friday April 'Jump
parents Mr. and Mrs. Cole, Laura Wiiioughby and Teresa cholesterol level Is high many
visited her ,
Col- for Hare Whodini
Julie fun'
Christina Broome by signing up
Bradford High School and Meng. it can be corrected by controlling:
Brannen her sister
Gerald the Bradford
lins Donny Jones Mark Smith Reading Spectacular at
such factors as smoking high blood
Memorial Day oy.TIond""r. Bran
Monday and Mrs..
Mr Bryan 4
.. family, > McCullough, Hershei County Public Library.
.": Managers Choice 0.IaCarte Hampton Elementary Tracey pressure,weight and proper diet
nen and daughter Brittany. They ? ,Waldron, Clisa Sierra Aviies, Billie The free program runs from June
,\- alo enjoyed, Saturday at Certificates Given... Jo Mullis Dena Radford, Kim 16th through July 26th.

lIIonda,: Memorial Day/ Holiday:' DisneyWofld On Fnday, May 20, Principal Wilson and Stacy Young. This year's program has a
rundayi Hamburger,,corndog, trench fries, Mr and Mrs. William Muse and Mary Ann Kyle presented Certificates magical theme. Auxiliary'

O.J ,milBsnaKas.Wednesday! Pius. corndog, hamburger, O J.. sons, Shaun and Brad, visited their to students for high honors Bug Art Artists... Summer program coordinator Hospital
'Irencn me, mtiunases, uncle, Paul Lefebvre and perfect attendance dunng the Congratulations to Terry Donna Rowell says that the program Plans Awards DinnerThe
Thursday Hamburgers, corndog, french 'inn, relatives 'in' Pensacola over the filty six weeks period: Kerschner who came out in third goals are to encourage reading: for annual Awards Dinner
pizza milkshaKes ; .J... weekend. They were On the ALL-A HONOR ROLL K-3 Division of the fun and to maintain reading skills of Bradford
Friday t FIKUI,cheeseburgers trench fries O lor Paul to enjoy place' in the Bug Meeting the Hospital
by a horse were: Nikki Baker, Nena Contois, 'during the summer months. Studies
the' ,
muiianaKesCaen Mrs Bob ''Wood of Out Poster Contest sponsored by Auxiliary will take place on Monday
day student have a choice. ot a not lunch, Mr. and\ Roger Underwood Melody Barr,. have shown that library reading pro- Woman's'Club
saisd bar or s...-e.n. Raleigh, N.C., returned ,home Sun- Flonda Pest Control in Starke.April grams are helpful in preventing the. June of 8 at Starke.6:30 p.m. at the .

loss of reading skills dunng school This very important General i
vacation,according: to the American Membership Meeting will feature Installation .

or- ,Library Association of the 1988-89 officers, as I
You Think Games, magic 'rabbit races' and well as presentation of the revised

many other exciting events are By-Laws for approval.
scheduled throughout the summer Reservations must be made by

.When, wIth special prizes and treats being Friday May 27, through the Information -
awarded. A free calender of eventsIs Desk of Bradford Hospital.

available at the library. Reservations for guests are $10 per
For more information,, call the person. For this social affair, Aux-
library 9644400 or hop on in and seethe ilians are not required to wear their

You Need To Think magic. uniforms

Legal Notices .

Th. City of Storks. Florida will
receive Bids for construction of th.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'. 'EIGHTH. until >0:00 a.m., local time, on the 16th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD 'day of Jun., 1988, at City Hall Commission -
,-. New FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Chamber Stark. Florida at which'
.._ Telephones in Home Fashion Colors CASE NO. 88-45-CP-1-3936 ,tint.all bids will b.publicly opened and

,.. .. ,, to complement your kitchen or bedroom. -IN RE: Th. Estate of read Th.aloud.project| will be bid as' a slngl contract ,
TH E. EVERETT S. OLIVER. and will consist of construction of anew

_. Dec.aiod.. high service pump building high
>sl or service pumps, flow metering chlorine
; O F F I C E to fit your home decor pushbutton Pulse dialing (Summary Administration) tion facilities, new ground storage "
; TO ALL PERSONS reservoir, n.w vertical turbine pump to
% Tea Rose l ; DEMANDS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF be installed In the existing well, electrical -
5 Hap. : Lighted keypadOnetouchRedial EVERETT S. OLIVER. controls site and all related work
Grey You are h.r.by notified that an Ord.r Items. There will be an Alternate Bid
of Administration' has been
110 W. CoI\ $t. White Extra long,18ft.cord" I entered Summary In this cau... The total' cash based composite on the construction ground storage of a prestress"ed reservoirin

1\ Black value of the estate,'exclusive pf ex..m.prop.rfy . '
I. 4ief"c4 ttwf:ca.'J1..e loteM4won-
,, .
Is less 4hoa 25000. ,
964.5764 'C'-1e1lr-.d storage-reservoir.- /
Blue Th. sole heirs of the estate ore CARl
Desk or wall Th. protect) will be financed by the City ,
Fl. and
.G. St.
i I OLIVER Augustine
Florida. The r.wvesthe
of SlarVe, City
Clot kit. Ao,. Almond mountableOnly GERALDINE' JOAN GALES, and all bids.
right to reject any
Ellzabethtowrv I Ky.
Each Proposal must be accompanied
.l Th. following parcel ha. .been confirmed -
TWO-YEAR a by o Bid Security In on amount not less
In the above heirsThe
f! than five percent (5%) of the amount
South 142.5 feet of the following
bid. Bid shall be either a certified check
1 srl ,wa'mounl''; $28.98 ,THIsTIME NUTGEl' ce1O"en.San.. parcel of land to-wit: 2 ocr.parcel being a cashiers check or a bid bond In the
adapter included 285 feet North and South by 306 feet East
In the contractdocum.nts.
form provided
and West In SE Corner of NE 1/4 of NW ,
No proposal' bet
may ,
of of Slate Road
1/4 except right way withdrawn for a period of sixty ((60)) days.
Section 34, Township 5 South Rong 21 .
after the bid opening date.Plans
East containing 1 acre,more or I.... -
and contract
All or. required to file with
persons '
(M.VMafanffoaaaMngftMIMa. t>.._..>..__.._ the clerk of said court. WITHIN 3 CALENDAR documents may be examined at the offices of-
of the City of Starke Department
This answers phone itself I Deluxe Desk or .; Deluxe Desk or PUBLICATION MONTHS.FROM OF THIS TIME OF NOTICE THE FIRST all Public Utilities. City Hall, Starke,
Florida at the offices of BessenV
I 'Wall Mount Extension Wall claims against the Estate In the form and ; or
Mount Extension Corporate
12Numb.rMamoryD'aler prescribed by Section 733.703 of Hammock: < Ruckmon. Inc., 1900
r plus fleluxs beeperlsu Phone of the Square Boulevard, Jacksonville: .
Phone the Florida Statutes and Rul.5 490
Remote Answerer [I] Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship Florida 32216. telephone ((904)) 721-3991.'''
war t wwI Procedure. Copies of contract documents may be
[I] All CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO obtained from the offices of .....nt.
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Hammock I Ruckmon Inc. Charges for
fil. Publication of this Notice, has begunon plans and specifications will be $60 for
5/26/88. each set.Partial I sets of plans may be obtained
y .... Partial sets of
I w.arowrC wrr..Mi R.A.GREEN Esquire for$2: 00 per .t.
-. '} C'-.y laid R. A. GREEN P.A, specifications may be obtained for O.SO
i ONETW- r.G.r As.arJ r... Post Office Box 1206 per shoot These charges .are not r fun.dabi.

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Legal Notices, I

All person Interested In the estate' fo< NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE valves property of.the following tenant
NOTICE* OF INTENTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of", DUVAt NOTICE OF INTENTION whom a copy of) this Notice of Administration NOTICE Is hereby given pursuant to 0 ''and what is believed to b. stored ,\
TO REGISTER has been'mailed'are re Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entire contents
NAME Casq Nn 8111H., .A FICTITIOUS NAME quired., WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM dated March 1, 1988 and entered In Case ,villl be mode: lo the highest bidder.; If ho
Pursuant lo Section 865.09; Florida u ..IIOi1CV.Ct Pursuant to Section >865.09 Florida THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF No 87-158-CA of the Circuit Court of the, bidder. tl<" tale will,, b. conducted pursuant
!ltotutes. notice II h.r.by given that the 8 W SUPPLY CORPORATION' Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the THIS NOTICE, to file any objections: Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford to rental agreement between occupant *
undersigned* .tockhold.r. of Bryant d/b/o Seacoast Supply, undersigned Raymond end Kathy Cobb they may have that challenges ,.the- County Florida wherein CITY and owner. ,
Enterprises of St, Augustine. Inc, ,((01 Plaintiff| P. O. lox 114, Graham, Flo. :32042, |faint validity of the (decedent's will, the FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK f/k/a CITY'' 5/26 2tchg 6/2
totkhold own.d corporation), doing vs owners, doing business! under the firm qualifications of the personal represertrtotive FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN Control 0707
business under the firm name of Bryan HARLAN L. LUTHER etc" name of Santa F. Farms P.O. Box II*, or the venue or (jurisdiction of the ASSOCIATION ,A CORPORATION Is the .. ,. _.-
Manufactured Homing, 2303 N, Temple Defundant. Graham, Fl,.' :32042, Intends to register court. Plaintiff. TALMADGE L. PRESSLE.... LINDAM. NOTICE OF sALi-
Ave.. ,Stark., Fl. 32091, Intend laregltter NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE said fictitious name under the aforesaid ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS not to PRESSLEY AND FLEET FINANCE FOR NON-PAYMENT
laid, fictitious name under the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT"!1. statute. filed will I be forever barred. Publication MORTGAGE, INC.. ore the Defendants I OF STORAGE UNIt;
aforesaid statute. Dolph E. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford Dated this 9lh day of May 1988 In of this Notice has begun' on May 19, will sell, to the highest and best bidder Notice iv hereby given pursuant to
Doted this 11th day of.May 1988. In' County Florida under and by virtue of a Bradford County, 1988. for cash at the front door of the Bradford Florida Statutes 83.8O6 that on June 6,
Bradford"County, Writ of Execution heretofore 'Issued out '/12 4tpd 1 1 1 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESEN County Florida Courthouse at '11:00: 1988 11:00 A.M.'o' tale will be held
3/l34lpd6/J, ,of the above-entdled Court, In, the TATIVE: A.M. on the 2nd day of June 1988. the at Building -, Unit 87, Mini) of.,America
Control 0695 above-styled cause* have levied upon JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE following described property as set, forthIn Storage, Keystone Heights Florida
.- .- the, following'property, situate; lying' NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 405 West Georgia Street said Final Judgment; telephone 4737683. This sale Involves
and being I In, Bradford County, Florida REGISTER Starke, Florida 32091 ( Lot 51' on Pine Avenue, Crystal' lake properly of the following tenants and
NOTICE OF INTENTION, lo-wlt: FICTITIOUS NAME! Telephone' ((904)) 9644667PERSONAL Homesites according to plat thereof as what 'fi.believed to be (tared.Aijiole ,
TO REGISTER A parcel of land containing 1.14 acres, PURSUANT to Section 863.09 Florida REPRESENTATIVE: 'recorded In Plat Book 3, Page 6, of the : of ,the entire contents of unit
FICTITIOUS NAME more or less, and lying In that portion of Statute, notice It hereby given that the BILL BIGHAM current public records of Bradford County Will be made to ,the, highest bidder If no
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida the South V4 of Southwest 1/4 of ''undersigned, James F, Smith Rt. U 'Box Route l.i. Box 49.2: Florida. bidder,;;,the sale 'will! be conducted pure
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the, Southeast 1/4 North of State Rood 16, In 146 Rolford, Fla. 32083 sole owner; doing -' Brooker Florida 32622:: WITNESS my hand and the seal of this suant' to rental agreementbetween occupant
undersigned' Frank J. Mac Mulley. Rt. 1, Section 23, Township 6 South, Rang 22 business under the firm nom ol 5/,19 21chg 5/26 Court on May 9. 1988.HONORABLE and owner
Box 920. Starke. Fl. 32091. sole owner, East, Bradford County) said parcel being JAMA PRODUCTIONS Rt. 1. Box 146, ( Control 0710 GILBERT S. BROWN 5/26 2tchg' 6/2

doing business under the firm name of more particularly described as follows: Ralford. Fla. :320S3. Intend to register .. ._ . .. .. .._ Clerk ol .the Circuit Court' Control 0708
aforesaid -- --- -- ----
Frank Rug and Carpet Dry Cleaning Rt. Commence at the concrete ,monument old fictitious nom under the By Cathy Hlgginbolham
,,1 I. Box ?20, Stark., Fl. 32091 Intends to located at the Northeast r>vi<.r of laid .to tut*. IN THE CIR UIt COURT. EIGHTH Deputy Clerk 'IN T'HE'CIRC'Lil"r tOUR-T: EIGTTTB'
register said fictitious name under' the 50ulh 'I, of Southwest 1,4, ::...!....0.t Dated this 25th day of May 1988; In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND. FOR BRAD. SHANKS BUTLER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! IN AND FOR BRADfORD -
aforesaid statute. 1/4 and. run South 89 Jvgiees 16 4/" Bradford County. FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Attorney for Plaintiff COUNTY FLORIDA
Dated this lOth'day) of May, 1988.; .In. West* along the Northerly boundary 5/26 41pd 6/16 CASE NCI 88 19-CA; MICHAEL J. ECHEVARRIA, ESQUIRE PROBATE DIVISION
Bradford County. thereof 260.62 feet to on Iron pipe for Control 0714 'IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTIONOF PATRICK JK; HALPIN ESQUIRE '
S/'l24tpd6/2 r' -: fJLE No. 1,3925
Point of Beginning. .. 100 S. Ashley Drive Suite 1940
,Control 0700 From Point of Beginning thus described -- SONYA MARIE SANFORD Tampa, Florida. 33602 IN RE: ESTATE OF
o degree OS: 'So" East, parallel with the 'Fleet Finance 8 Inc
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon PROBATE : RAYMOND SHERWOOD MYERS, JR. Mortgage Order of Summary Administration
of iulH. North /i, '
day Jun. '6. 1988 at 10:00 A.M., the Easterly boundary ,CASE NO. 88. T-CP Residence Unknown 954 N. Temple Avenue of the 'estate of' ALBERTA P. JONES .1 1
228.93 feet to Iron pipei the' Northerly '
undersigned Gator Frelghtways. Inc.. an FILE NO. 13921In ayou are notified that an action for P. O, Box 993 deceased. File Numbert-3923has been'
of the R/W of State .
will sell at public auction for cash at 2600 Rood 16 boundary: thence North 83 degrees 17 25" Re: Estate of adoption by stepparent hot b.eq filed Starke. Fl. 32091 entered. by the Court in th.'p oc..ding
lloyd Rd."Jacksonville, sold boundary MARTHA JANE HARDEE against you and you are required to "' now, pending in) the Circuit Court' for
'Eastj Northerly
lot of along Deceased. serve a copy of your written defenses, If- JOHNNY HOBBS, JR. ESO. Florida, Division
one carpet pad consigned to, Bradford ,County, Probate -
231.19 feet Iron thence North
to an pipe;
for Defendant
Howard Johnson Clearwater Fla., NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO any lo it on Eugene F. Shaw Petitioner's' 'Attorney Pressley headdress of which'I. Bradford'
0 degrees 05' 56" West parallel wilh'a'or.'lIld ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR attorney whose address 923.E North :215: W, Washington St '
.on. lot of pictures, consigned to Imperial feet 'County Courthouse; Storke'; Florida
Furniture, Panama City Flo., Easterly of boundary. 204.80 DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Temple Avenue, Slor..... Florida 32091:: .Stark., Fl.'( 32091\ '32091''. The ''name* and addresses of (he
to satisfy freight and lo the Point Beginning: AND ALL OTHER PERSONS JNTERESTEDIN on or before June 30, 1988 and file the 5/19 2tchg 5/26 and "ithe'
storage charges .' the of the above-named personal representative personal
01 > property Control 0703,
under the of Section' 4b of THE ESTATE. original ''with the clerk of this court..lIh.r representative set'
: provisions ) Defendant and that on the 21st day of \ % attorney are
HEREBY NOTIFIED; that the before service Petitioner's
YOU ARE on aft
Uniform standard bill of lading. ----- forth bolow. .
2:00"on said
June 1988 Tuesday at : day
Gator Frelghtways, Inc Carrier on the premises of the Bradford County administration of the estate of MARTHA torney or Immediately, thereafter; other .' 'NOTICE OF SALE '<,' The 'total l cash value of f the estate Is
JANE HARDEE deceased Case wise a default will be entered against
Pro 03294401Pro Sheriff's Office, t will offer for sale and FORNONPAYMENtOF $8,533.72 and the total estate has been
B8-41-CP. and File 1-13921. is pending in for the relief demanded in the petition
16-200714 sell to the highest bidder for.ca.h, in you STORAGE UNIT assigned to !HAROLD R. JONES Route 1.
5/26 2tchg 64FREE hand the above-described as the Circuit Court of Bradford County, 'i Notice i I. hereby'given puruonf ic Box 272, Brooker.. Florida 32622, by the
the property of the said Defendant property to Florida Probate Division the address of DATED on this '12th:: day of May 1988. Florida Statute 81.806; that on Monday, aforesaid Order,(

sold Sale will be subject which Is Bradford County Courthouse GILBERT S. BROWN 61.13/88, at 12.30 P M, a kale'Will be held"at All interested persons are required to
-...... satisfy liens. Attention: Probate, Post Office DrawerB As Clerk of Court Building, 1. Unit 18 of Mint, of America tile'vyith this Court WITHIN THREE MON
,to any existing DOLPH E. REDDISH Starke, Florida. 32091. The name and By Cathy Higginbotharn Storage 'in Melrose, ,Florida telephone THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION\ OF THIS
SHERIFF OF BRADFORD address of the personal representative's As Deputy Clerk 4737683rhls ale ,involve property of NOTICEr.(! ) all claims ogainsf the estate
; COUNTY FLORIDA attorney is set forth below. 5r194tchg69Control ,the 'following tenant and what I I. belies. :and ,t(2)( ) any objection by 'an .Interested.
t All person having claims or demands 0704 ,, < ed. to be itored. person whom' this notice was mailed'
5/26 4 Ic 6/16
} EXPLORING Control rig 0718 against the estate' are required WITHIN A *ale (Of the entire content of unit that challenges the validity of lh..wlll,

GOD'S WORD .... '..... THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE' will be mode to the highest bidder If no'bldd.r. the, ''qualif, ,xatibns of' ,ho' personal'
-.4rr-----, --'-" FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. tai' IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH the idle Will be conducted pur 'representative,'venue, or jurisdiction
HOME BIBLESTUD'YThe ; file with/ the clerk of the above court a JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND'FOR BRAD Kuan to rental agreement between ace the Court ,

Bible Course I II taught in your. written statement of any claim or demand ,FORD. COUNTY FLORIDA 4 cupant and owner. ALL CLAIMS AND 'OBJECTIONS NQf
home free of charge.! they may have. Each claim mustbe 'CIVIL DIVISION 5,26 2tchg 6/2 SO FILED WILL' BE FOREVER BARRED.
In writing and must indicate the basis Case: No; 81.1 58.CA Control 0709NOriCE'oFSALE' Publication ol rht* No.lcelha., begu'rtbri
This I fo a non-denominational study"based STARKE for the claim the name and address of CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK ', May 26, ((788, r ..

only on what thus saith Je.): CHURCH OF GOD the creditor or his agent or attorney, and ''f/k/o CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS ,AND 'Personal Representative'' (
I word of God. the amount claimed If the claim is contingent -'! LOAN ASSOCIATION A CORPORATION; ,FOR NON PAYMENT 'HAROLD R:' JONES
422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 : Route 1 1. Box 272'
/ or unliquidated nature of Plaintiff/ OF STORAGE', UNIT
.' U.P.C.. 'John Spratlln. Pastor the uncertainty shall be stated. If the 'vs Notice I it hereby given 'that pursuant"to *ro9ker'; fl..32622
782-3303 We Invite you to worship with use claim Is secured the security shall be TALMADGE L". PRESSIEY* J Florida Statute 83 8O that on June .Attorney !for Pets9nal' ,' ,
described. The claimant shall deliver LINDA M. PRESSLEY"AND 13. 1988 at 11:00: A.M., a tole will b* Representative.' '
Rev Emmett BrightTo Attended Nursery sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk FLEET FINANCE S MORTGAGED, ., h.ld'al Building 2.. Unit ;36, Mlnl'of''Am.rlca JOHN H. JONES,.ESQUIRE
schedule Sunday School ... ... 10am .DUDLEY P.. ''P-A':
your home bible lens to enable the clerk to mail one copy to' Defendants Storage Keystone Heights !HARDY
study or for additional Information Evening Morning Service Worship ... ":,.y.y.' -- 6pm the personal representative. Florida lelephon.473.7683., This sale ihh P O. Drawer 1030Starke. $..26:;I1''g 6/2
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.. May 2(, 188 TELEGRAPH Page9ABHS

I Much Improved in Scrimmage, Jamboree FridayMore ... I

polished than last week'for. Grey 14 Red 12'' but blocked well downfleld the '
Weak side defensive
nado footballers with a good many crackback's. Coach Hurse aid. : Alpbon- Going by next fall's grade designations Jason Hersey, guard; Travis Long.
The Grey'team' came back this so Jones Chris Dmkins Jason there
new faces will get their first shot at are seniors, 22 quarterback and linebacker; Pedro
varsity action in the Annual week for a 14-12 win over the Red .' Hersey and Lorenzo HaU. Juniors and nine sophomores. Plus, Carter defensive back; Lance Wiggins -'
football Jamboree Spring team in the Scarlet and Grey practice Over-all, the biggest need now Is five ofiensive and seven defensive defensive back; AJ Jones running
team plays two quarters which, tomorrow each game played last Friday night. for Improvement on the offensiveline Chris inside linebacker: Bill Hamilton, starters are returning back; Lorenzo Hall, guard;
Hume Dinkins and
(Friday. May' at; at Interlachen says Returning starting Long. Clint Reed, running back Patrick
center Whltehead termed
High School, Red last Terry is Marks tackle Keith Jenkins,
won 19-8 week. The 12 seniors
the most improved offensive Strong defensive end: Jimmy returning are: tackle; Keith Linzy guard Chris
lineman by Coach Hurse. Long Ed Douglas.. Rodney Mosley, running back and ;
Dinkins linebacker Allen
The game was tied 6-6 until about defensive rover back; Bill Hamilton, ; Dwight ,

Beginning at 7:30: p.m.-, BHS will six mmtues were left.Clint Reed ran ,Coach Mike Sexton has setued his Rover back; Rodney Mosley Clint linebacker; Dane Clark, defensive tackle Young;,Derrick guard;;Long Don tackle McDavid; Alton,
play the first two quarters against; 99 yards for a Grey touchdown and defense down to a basic group this Reed. tackle; 'ferry Whitehead center; guard; Kevin Finch, tackle Scott
Union High and Keystone High. Pedro Carter caught a long bomb to week In preparation for the Jam- Some of the players up from the Kevin Crawford end Shaun Diggs, Duncan, end; John Allen tackle;
bring the Grey with two points. But a boree. Players working on the JV, such as Al Jones and Don end; Brian KendrickS. guard; Donnie Francis ,kicker; James;
two point conversion attempt failed. defense arerDefensive McDavid, have no varsity playing Junior Acevedo, tackle; Greg Pitt. ,McNeal, tackle.Sophomores .
In the first period UHS kicks off to Rodney Mosley Greg Pittman, time. man running back; Chris Durban :, Trammell Jones,
BHS. In tile second period BUS kicks Clint Reed Clyde DeSue:; all ran well, tackle Keith Jenkins guard, John Berry quarterback and end, Clyde DeSue, running bath;
off to Keystone High. In the third says Coach David Hurse QBs John Kevin Finch Don McDavid, andJunior The BUS Team... defensive back, and Ed ,;Douglas/ ,, Reggie Sheffield, quarterback;
period host Interlachen High kicks Berry, Travis Long and Reggie Acevedo. Forty-one players are out for Spr- defensive end. Allen Jenkins, running back;,Tyler
off to' Union County. In'the fourth Sheffield performed welt. The Sam linebacker! Dane Clark and ing practice now'' winding up its Elder, guard; Jason Norman,
period KItS kicks olf to Interlachen. wideouts didn't catch a lot of passes' Bill Hamilton. fourth and final week. Juniors: Roland Shafer tackle; guard, ; Issac Williams, defensive'baCk '

I Mavericks Way: Out in FrontWith ;- FISH-&:-FRIES-pTOO"!;

three straight wins this past 'Rangers with a 4-for-4 performanceat I Two tender fish fillets french I

week, the Mavncks have taken solid the plate including a triple and I fries, and 2 hush puppies.. Captain.D'sSeafood IS I

control of first place in the Dixie two doubles. Bo Johns was 3-for-4 I Offer..p..../ /U. Not food with my otheriptvwl I
Boys Baseball League behind the with a double. John Strickland was Five : ar discount(at participating Capl. Da)
solid pitching of Chris Snow. 2-for-3 Thomas Cooper and Donte' great I

The ace Mavrlck hurler threw a Williams were 2-for-4. .
one-hitter at the Lawtey Bulls and a The Bandits were led by Steve ;i-P SSZ fRiES$2i

two hitter at the Bandits this past McElroy and Kevin Woodard both ,
week. 2-for-3. Woodard's two hits were a I tender fish fillets, french I II

The Mavricks, coached by Wayne tnple and a double. Getting one hit I fries, and 2 hush puppies. CaptainD'S'* I II
McLeod, Ken .Snow, and Dewey each were Adams Gasklns, a dou- .
McKinney, are 10-M( for the season. ble; David Ficher, Jonathan $2.00 I tpecial Off..pi./5/U.or diicourii(Lt Not partKifNitlnf Rood with Opt any other' ) SeafoodTwo I t
Ace pitcher for the Bandits Bebe Ferguson, Jason Welty Jay Groves, 1. : .;.t' _________ .! !____
Prevail stretched a tendon his is and Benjamin Hawkins, a line drive

arm last keep week.him The out of injury action will on probably the home run over the fence. i FISH &: FRIES $2.00Captain i iI

mound again this year. Mavricks 14. ltangers'13rhe I Two tender fish fillets french I

Unofficial standings: 1) Mavncks ,Mavricks pulled out a 14-13' 'I. +:', "' I fries, and 2 hush puppies. D's.Seafood"I;
( 2) Brooker win over the in '
10-1-t Bulldogs 6-6-1, 3) Rangers a game '
Offer 6/5/88 Not with otherpccimlordifcoumtatparticipatingCapt
expires Rued
Rangers 5-5, 4)) Bandits 5-+I, S) shortened by the 2 rfa hours time limit .' ,,1,'" seafood: I D'I) /II .
.Lawtey Bulls 3-8. May 18.the l,: :,\ ," ,'; -----------------------------
Mavricks outhit the Rangers ': ,,;I\\\: :',' ,('., I I Ir.
Mavricks 13 -' Bulls 2 104. Glen Rich was the winning pit' I FISH & FRIES $2.00Captain
Ace hurler Chris Snow threw a one cher., ;\\r.: :: (i M F '" I I

hitter at the Lawtey Bulls for a 13-2 Chris Snow led the Mavricks in hitting :"; ': deals ', I tender fish I
win for the league leading Mavncks with a 4-for-S performance at i fries,and 2 fpetppfrench D's
in a game Tuesday, May 24, at the plate and scored six runs. .., ,t"' otrcreapieea6599.Notgooiwuhanyothrputrta \
Westside Park in Starke. Michael McKinney was 2-for-4 and :\" ,,' '," I special or diicount(Lit p.nu' Capt. D*). SeafoodTwo I
getting ''one- hit each were Chris ---------- -__
Visiting Lawtey opened the top of ; 't', :. "
,the first with two walks Rodnquez. Larry Green, Matthew .,, .I. '
runs on two : ,'
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and a double by Michael Norman..' Martin, and Glen Rich., :!: : : ; ;)' ( :

r Then Snow a freshman at BMS settled The four Ranger hits ,were by: r "." ':': .\ r J2000FFv
down to hold the Lawtey nine I Jeremy Crawford,Adam Cubbedge, I I' 1f

hitless for the', remainder, 'of the Jason Lee, and Shawn Jones. I 'VAL ;

'game. Mavricks 11- Bandits 3 $2.00 Off regular of Value Pack. .
menu price our /
The Mavricks scored in innings 3, Include: )12 fish fillets,french fries, fresh cole slaw and 8 hush Serves 4
Chris Snow puppies or more;
4.5., and 6. Randy Waldron was pitched a two-hitter at : .
;2-for-2 at the plate. Stephen McLeod the second place Bandits for an 11-3 D.: :: $2.00 Off regular menu price of our Thrift Pack.' I
and Michael McKmney were each win. CaptainSeafood. S Includes 8 fish fillets, french fries, fresh cole slaw and 8 hush puppies:Serves 34.
2-for-4 with a double. Larry Green "It was the best game he has Pit- @ ;
Chris Snow, Matthew Martin, and ched all season, says Chris'
mother,Diane Snow.Snow is&-1.108- Captain D's.Seafood
Glen Ritch each hit safely. ;
ing only the opening game with the I iewpir/5/88 : No\auocI.lth.nyolh.r\
Bandits. / ypeaalur 'l Leading hitters for the Mavncks .
Hangers 23 Bandits -----------------------------
was Michael McKinney, S-for-S and
The Bandits jumped olf to an 8-0 Chris RodrIquez, 2-for-S. two
first Inning lead but the Rangers doubles one a double to the center'
wwn the game" 23-11 in .a,,May,,23, field fence. Chnssnow! -doubled and-...Y.'q., M
gtime. ; Larry Green, Stephen McLeod, and
The Bandits were hurt by weaK Paul Moody each had one hit. FAMILIES AGAJNST DRUGS' THANKS YOU
pitching and fielding. Steve McElroy and David Fischer ,
,Shortstop Adam CubbedRe led the had the two hits for the Bandits. '
Our sincere appreciation for a most successful year. We, realize' our soul ,task has only

More.' .. begun, 'and : we .invite, 'you' to ''join us in the fall of 1988. (Local newspapers and radio will

Church Resultsfrom announce the time and place). ( 1\ '

r League It is only! through'' the support ,and involvement of .each individual school*, community, '
per EASoutherland organization, 'and. church, in, Bradford' County that ,we truly succeed, irE; making our enviroment

'and continue to have healthy safe community In which 'to : ''and raise our' J
The 7th Smyrna run' and"Mike C. 2.for-3,and Mize Jones drug free a, : dive
came when M, Southerland singled/ Padgett, and Games had-one hit families '
in the 7th and scored on two singlesby / each. (. PATRONS-DRUG FREE, SCHOOLS PROJECT '

Green and Nazworth. Muse was 2-for-3 for FSP. With

Airpark's two runs came, in the 4th one hit were Arnette, Chasteen, and. Adams, H.H, M D., Hardees Southside Elementery School
on three hits by Jason Polk Don Howard. '
Sammons and Lonme Olive.Jr. Andrews Guy Hildebran,' Linda-Bradford High, 'School' PJ.O.Stevenson ..

DuPont 10 F. Presby 7, Baftey' Advertising ..,'. ..,... '" ,Alumni,, ,Association ,: Construction Co., ,
FSP 15 S. Stars 10
A three run fifth Inning rally lifted, Bell, Kerwin '''; Hobbs, JohnnyHodgesWest Tenneco Oil Co..

15-10 A six by run the sixth Starke inning Stars pushed in a May FSP 23 DuPont a May 10-7(19 game.over First Presbytenanin Braddock, Alice and T.R.: ,'';, .';'<:,, i I'' Engraving and Trophies' Terwillegar Motors .':
game. A double by E. McGee, a tnple by' Bradford ,County: "I,' .r' ';>' '.-, ,Hurst Exxon,5ervice. Thomas Auto Parts; "''r.-' '
The six inning FSP rally came on D.' McKinney" and hits by R. .Chamber, of COl)1lT,1ercel) ,.< Jackson' Building SupplyJoAnne's WeldonWilliam, ,
,walk to Boyce and hits by Valentino, Alvarez, and R. Conner accountedfor Extension' Richard,4H -
Homemakers' Crafts Pat and
Country Welty
Muse,.Sterne*, Thomassen Cotton the three runs.' Alvarez was .
and Arnette. Sternck 3-for-4 at the '2for'McKinney and L. Me, Program: Johns'," .Gerrl' .. Wendy's -
plate led FSP. With two hits each ColloUgh 2-for-3. R. Hart 2-for-4.andE. School Board and CouiiyJohns i : ,. Phillip Western'Sleer ,
were Boyce, Gnlfis, Muse and McGee M. Cruce, and R. Connor Personal '
Office : Kampground ,Winn Dixie
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Thomassen. Valentino had one nit each for DuPont. \ .
ton, and Arnette each had one hit. First Presbyterian's six hits were Sheriff'sDepartmentDavid Lawtey; Wilson Florist .
Getting three hits for the Stars 'by L. Paterson 2-for-4, and M. Aderholt- : Boy: Scout !.rooP.'#75
were K.: Woods, Chris Dinkins, B. StilweU T. Vaughn, J. patton G. Thank: you to all Businesses who
Staff-All' Bradford of '
Heavner; Richie Barnes, and Cub Marshall and Padgett had one hit .. County, City Lawtey participated ,with Marquis ,or
hedge had two hits,and A. Wood, K. each. Schools '. ,: i ElementerySchool, P.T.O. store decorations. i' ,

Polk and K Jenkins each had one Bradford Florist "{ :'Volunteer Fire.,Department. "'
lilt, ,i I' Church of God 13 S.Stars 11. Bradford Furniture Inc.-Maurice'and" Magic Needle ADVISORY COMMITTEE, F.A.D.. .,,

FPC,13, ,Church of God edged 13-11 by the Sharon Williams Welding and Fabrication ,Sponsored by Bradford Co. '
Wells Chevi28" Starke Stars In a 50 hit game May 19. ", : : :
'Wells Chevrolet bombed First', L. Allen led Church of God with a4for4 Bradford Hospital McDonalds School, Bd.

'Presbyterian Church 28-13 In a May hitting performance K. Harrison Bradford Hospital Auxilliary McGriff, Mark Judy Archey
23 game. wa 3-foM M. Rongirlle 3-for-S. '
Carlton has I two home runs and A. Matthews and D. Allen 2-for..M. Bradford Middle School ; Mitchells, Drugs Judy Becker

McClellan one for Wells Chev. P., Seay and Bennett 2-for-3.. Beta Club ,.',.' NE.RT.L (North East Florida. Teenage Debbie Broome

Thomas was 5-for-6, Dwight Elder For the Stars,: who outhit 1 FPC Facilitators I' , Institute) Students
:: Mary Buchele
Sheffield 4-for-7 "
and Carlton 4-for-6, V-23.-'rlm Lewis was 4-for-4 with a "
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McClellan and MaIM 3-for-6, and S: triple, C. Williams and R> Barnes PT.O., ;, ": Newspapers!' Rod Buchele ,

Thomas 3-for-S. 3-for-4, Kirby Joe Hildebran and K.' Student\ CouncU1k'J' '\;,( \ 1;:' ''i' ',Bradford Telegraph, Laura Conti .' .' '.. '
Terry Vaughn led. First. Woods 2-for-3 R. Polk (who had a '' J '\ Florida Times' I, "'
Bradford Club ;lil7lfi'5.:
Riding Family .
; 1 ; Jim'Du'ncan
Presbyterian, going 3-for-S-with a triple, E., Nazworth 2-for-4, Cub \,, ; .
triple. John Slater Jr. was also' bedge 2-for-2, and Stalnaker and D. Boy Scouts of America, :, /i,1f.1:,,: ? ., : ,' Gainesville Sun: Iva 1 Jean Harrell! ,' ,' -'

3-for-S. Getting two hits each were' Patterson had one hit each. Brooker. School P.T.O.; : :-fil'Ir, ,' N rrran.Kathy. ,Glenda Johnson :; '11" '' ,
Eddie Dyal, Jay Tucker, and Shane Jody : ': Odom J.D."and Vernie r
Greene. Dave Norton, Jason Northside 20 L. F. Bap. 4 Brown 4'x45', :} i {"; Melba JohnsonShan Johns
Sr and James Browns, Refrigeration,: : V') ::: Parenting Education Group E.F.E.C.. Palatka :
Johnson John Slater Northside Baptist mounted a 22-hit : :, ,, ,Peggy Kelly ( )
,Slater each had one hit., attack for a 20-4 drubbing of First Burger'' King of Gainesville ,' $: :': P.J.'s! Sportswear : Bonnie King : .'

Airpark ,;Wells 9 19 Baptist Church.of Lawtey, in a May, Burger King of Palatka '. ,,-'.,'.' 'PutnamCo.; Medical ,AuxilliaryRadio Faye King .' '
Airpark Baptist Church blew openan S.? Duncan was 4-for-4 with a double I ''o Burger King of Starke ;,', : Janine Kish "

8-8 tie with a six run rally in the for Northside. L. Ennis, with a Centel "' ,'( : WEA.G.! Wayne McLeod; '
seventh inning and a'14-9 win over'' double and D. Crawford were Chastains Jewelry and Gift Shop ,W.T.L.G. Adele Mitchell'' ',

Wells Chevrolet In a May 19 game., 3-for-3; P, Rodgers, J. Hodges andL. State Bank and TV .
J. Polk Lorn Community Sawyer Appliance Frank MitchellCatherine :
'R.Gilpin,J.Johnson, Saucer were 2-for-3.
me Olive Jr., E. Winkler,J. Nugent, Rj Norman was the only'First Davis Express Slade, TomSinclair Nix '

and D. Cubbedge hit in the sixth for Baptist player with two hits. Getting beWitt C. Jones Funeral Home : ; Bill Bill NixBuddy '. /.
,Airpark. Winkler's hit was a triple. hits were C. Wise,J. Brown J.Starling ,' '
J. Johnson and C, Johnson were D. McNeal, L.Casey,!;. Daltcti, Dimples Style Shop : Paterson ;
4-for-4 for Airpark.J. Nugent and D., and P. Norman. Elks Lodge #1802, City of Starke rJerry. Pattorj ,

Samons were S-for-4,. R. Gilpin'J. Envon Gas Processing .First: Baptist Church Lennard
each had two 13 Jr. Stars 4 Register
Polk and D. Cubbedge! Smyrna (
Florida National Bank Junior womans Club "
15 hits the Jr. "
Despite getting ,
,hits.For Wells, Carlton, McClellan Stars could score only four runs and ,Florida Department of Safety-Lt.;';, Lily Burgess, Strawberry Paula Steele I" r

Lewis, Whitehead and Matthews lost 13-1 to Smyrna Baptist Church in George Werhli ,"kl Queen, Kathy,TyeEugenia .", '
each had two hits and and Sheffield a May 19 game. Gator Frelghtways ", ';:;\\jr.: 198889
Mains Elder D. elder one Smyrna led all the way with a 17 ; ; : ; Whltehead .
Greens Welding .!.- 4v.-4i!: ;' ,- : Kiwanis Club
each. hit attack. P Southerland and R. r Burney' WInkler
Trainor were 3-for-3, B. Russell Griffin. Edith : First Presbyterian Church Betty Young 'L,
Country Carpets 8 ", 3-for-4 B. Broughton 2-for-3, J. Griffin Industries Inc. ,/:", First United Methodist Church I
A 13-hit attack netted Country Schoemng and F. Swindell 2-for-4 Pleas If have
( forglv. u. w
Carpets an 8-2 win over FSP in a and B.Dicandlo and M. Southerlandhad Gruen, Dr, and Mrs. Harry ,D.D.S.% Rotary CubWomans !
,May: 19 game. one hit each. Haas BettyHampton Club ,failed to m.ntlon anyone111III1 ) '

f SP managed only five hits in t'te For the Jr.Stars,Elder;Robinson, Elementery School P.T.O Starke Elementery School
slow pitch Softball game. Roberts and Bowen'' had two nits
Seeley .was 3-or-4 for Country each; Alday. Pitcher, McElroy P.T.O.
Carpets. Strickland 2-for-2 Pude Welch, and Carver one tilt each.


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Golfer Richard Gaines Hits Professional Circuitby

Buster Kahn number of golfing'" tournaments,both. and 1985,against a field drawn from registered for, the SummerfieldOpen and play on', television,'I' Richard
IK r Muff Writer on the local course, and away. In 1'Florida, Georgia and Alabama. He to be played in Tampa June ,said. Local qualifying for the PGA
Starke native Richard Gaines, 1978, at age 16, Richard won the was runner-up in both 1986 and 1987 12. His agenda calls for him to play tour will be at Hunters Creek, in
goiter par excellence, will give up Starke Colt and Country Club cham- In 1986 and again in 1987, he won weekly in the central Florida area,' Orlando. If successful there, he will
his amateur status to turn golf pro- pionship, and held the title for six of the Lake City Memorial played on through August after which,he will go on to regional and sectional quali-
U'ssmnai this week, the next eight years. In 1966 and the Lake City Golf and Country Club,, play the Space Coast tour. which fying tournaments, in an attempt to
Iticruird, the bun of Sharon and the again in 1987, he won the Starke and won the Quail Heights Invita opens in September.In secure a PGA touring card. Only 50
late U.M Gaines, graduated from, Strawberry Invitational.Last monthhe tional in 1987, also located in Lake the meantime, Richard expectsto cards are awarded each year.
BUS in I9UO! His high school coach was runner-up by one stroke in City, on the Quail Heights course. register for a berth In the Tournament Once a golfer plays for cash winnings -
Warney Adkinson, said "Richardwas the Strawberry Tournament, which Gaines says he is joining the Players Association playing his amateur status is lost. It
+ an,exceptional golfer as a high was shortened to'18.holes because of Florida mini-tour for experience in throughout the southeastern states.If can be regained after 2.5 years. t
school student,the best player lever, ram dealing with competition under sponsors continue their support, Richard said 'Temporary: sponsors
had as a coach." Games won the K learn Invita- pressure, something that has to be he will play through December. have been secured,but the need
As !!amateur.) ,Richard has won a honni' m,riii.ih.i-isoe twice, in 1981 learned In the field. He has "My goal is to get on the PGA tour for long-term support continues to
Richard Gaines

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GEORGE ROBERTS, SCOTT ROBERTS ':,,' ', oy Busier RahnBCT This year Oldsmobile is adding a
AUTO HEALTH Staff Writer new,division called the Club Divi
AGENT AGENT' 'Onan Wells Chevrolet-Qldsmobile ,sion. Teams of four players will be
I 4 dealership on US-301N will sponsorthe required to have a minimum han-
Representing These Fine Companiesi: <'Ii: : HOME, BUSINESS fifth annual Oldsmobile :scram- dicap of 70. Only one teammate may
ble Golf Tournament, an event have a handicap of 13-16, with all
MOBILE HOMES which, last year brought together other teammates holding handicapsof
and amateur1golfers
94,000 professional
1?or higher.
across the nation. The local In the scramble format each
/instateCIGNA MEDICARE ,SUPPLEMENT' scramble is set for Saturday June player may hit a tee shot on every ,
18, at the StarKe Golf and Country drive
hole; however, each player's
Club. must be used a minimum of two
More than 110,000 professional and times.The team decides which is the
amateur gOlfers are ex then hit
Oldsmobile best shot. AU members may
964-7826 compete in this year's from the location of that shot. The
scramble, the worlds largest golf ''procedure is repeated until the ball
Ii.i; 1 tournament. Approximately 2,100 is holed. The format allows golferson
986 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE' tournaments WIU be played across many levels of sKill to make a
the United :States:> during the year. '
contribution to their team.
I The finals of the National Division, At the sectional level, the PGA
featuring a $123,000 purse, are set Professionals Join the winning team
for'October 21-24,' 1988, at Disney from his local National Division
World, In Lake Buena' Vista event.Sectional winners move on to' ,
,/ Florida. ,? the National Finals, and teams -
,, qualifying for the last round of the
finals are joined by a PGA touring
pro to vie for the National Title. I
Last year the team from Haines I,
Motors City, Flonda, headed by local PGS
h- Pro Charles Pnester, captured the' t
54 hold ram shortened National Ti' ,

Located Downtown Starke tie Last Year Steve Simmons,Charlie 1\
; Flynn,Aubrey McWilliams, Harold
Bishop and Pro Bill Adams won the \
sectional. Jim Godwin replaced the
,For 30 Years Says : deceased Steve Simmons in the
finals with Stacke taking the 22nd
out of 200 teams competing.
Help 'Us Celebrate 'With This S Entry fee Is$20 per golfer,$80,per.
team,Sign up in,the.pro,shop

. F lIJ DW3m0 ru Tops Softball 9-0 Northside in Men's LeagueUndefeated

: ;; 5 Northside Baptist,9-0.,
'I" (;" CELEBRATIONOverstock leads the Men's ,Church Slowpitch
\ Softball League, sponsored by the

\ ;!; :':': Ranger Starke thside Unofficial Baptist Recreation standings 9-0;Department.:Z) Smyrna are: 1) Baptist Nor--,

\\\ Ranger 7-2; 3-4 tie) Country Carpets,
;,' :' ':, 5 Wells Chevrolet-Olds 6-3;5tie)Du-
frL4 \\\'il""I';' "'\ ; ," ",/ Pont and Air Park Baptist 5-6; 7)
; ; 4x4 Florida State Prison 4-5 8-9 tie)
V'fil\i;;;;t:,:; :;f I Sale ;
'\I"f:" ;, :";, ,',: ( First Baptist of Lawtey'and First
''' p Presbyterian Church 3-6; 10-11)
: II' ,' SALE Church of God and Starke Stars 2-1.
,, 12) Jr. Stars 1-8. ,
5 Save $ lOOO's Co.Carpts 10 -Jr. Stars 8

Country Carpets broke an 8-8 tie
with two runs in the fifth inning for a I
10-8 win over the Jr.Stars in a May,

24, game. '
Both teams bad five-run, five-hit
fourth innings to tie the score.
1988 RANGER ((4x4)Ranger ) :Singles:> by Jones and Mize and a
,walk to Crawford led to the two fifth
'. ,inning runs for Country Carpets
XLT'V-6., 5-Speed'l' ';v ,now 6-3 The Jr.Stars dropped to 1-11.1
Palidmo; Mize and, Padgett had,
Axle Alum. Wheels Cassette, ,two hits each for Country Carpets,,
Clock w/premlum sound P215' Yarborough Tom Palidmo Waters
Strickland, Crawford, Gaines and
,RWL TiresyAir Conditioned, ,Donahue each had one hot
Chrome:' Andy Gooddowns, Robert Boone'
Step Bumper -
Jason Filcher and Mike Elder each
NO List had two hits for the 'Jr.: Stars.
Jackson,' Jamie Bowen and Cub-
$ ) 4.559.00. bedge each had one hit.

MONEYDOWN Northside 16 Ch. of God 7
I '
ELI League leading Northside Baptist'led
all the way in beating the Churchof
God 16-7 May 24. '
Northside' outlut Chuch ,'of 'God.
20-16. '
$11. 89500 P. Rodgers led Northside with aofor5 .
$ performance at the plate
with a double and triple. R. Carver
was 3-for-S with a double D.
Crawford and J. Hodges 3-for-4, R.',
Starling:> and L. Finis< 2-for-4.; and
Cowart and Saucer had a hit each.
Darren Allen led Church of God
''o k with a 3forperformance at the,
.. plate. Dwight Allen and O. Thomas

c \ ,1988 SUPERCAB ((4x4)) 1989 ,were Spratlin 2-for-2 Matthews Lloyd Allen N.2-for-3 Thomas,and,

Axle. ,Schmidt, K. Harrison; and Dwayne
XLT- /S-Speed.l-Slip
Ranger Allen each had one hit. ..
Alum. Wheels. Cassette. Clock. Prenp- -DuPont 11 L. Baptist 3 y

Sound. P215] RWL Tires. A/C Chrome Probe DuPont gamed a tie for fifth place

- Step- Only 5 At This Prlcel! with an 11-3 win over First Baptist of
: Lawtey in a May 24 game
D. Sylvan led DuPont, going
On,Display' Now! 3-for-3 and scoring two runs. R.
'$ oo* 'Alvarei and'1'.Reddish were 2-for-4
List 11,995 Order Now!! with a double. Getting one hit wereA.
$ .843ro Kitties, a triple L. McCollougn,
W. Lee, B. HUdnttt, P. Conner M.,
Plus Sales Tax/CareCraft Cruce,E.McGee,and B. DeSue.

Smyrna 1 Airpark 2

Smyna Baptist got off to a 5-0 leadin
the first Inning, and went on to a
A TERWILLEGAR MOTORS 7-2 win over Airpark Baptist In a
May 23 game.
Smyrna got its 5-0 lead on hits by
9647200Starke 473-FORD Brougbton P.Southerland a doubleby
371-1096 388-FORD M.SouUterland and a single by

,. Keystone Hgts Swindell. Smyrna added two more
Gainesville Jacksonville runs In the fifth when Crews singled
209 W.'Madjson' State Road 21. and scored on a p.I .,



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SECTION ,' ti ffl! I lje19nt0n0wrttt,( OHme*

New Projects at Blanding... .

Rep., Grant Pushes New, ProjectsFor

Military at Camp BlandingBy

Mark Frledlin can readily supply; The services currently pay up to
BCT STaff Writer ''Readiness is the key word here," $200,000 a year for housing in
US. Rep. Bill Grant worked hardIn Rep. Grant said. 'The better the Jacksonville motels for troops during -
this past legislative session in training,the better we do in combat training sessions. This appropriation -
Washington ,DC. to bring more and the fewer losses we have to sustain. will build two facilities,
federal defesne dollars to his North .I have been impressed with the one for enlisted men and the other
Florida area and suceeded. staff here at Camp Blanding and for officers.
Last Friday the congressman took their ability to use these funds in an The housing called for in the bill
a tour at the National Guard facilty' extremely efficient and professional replaces deteriorated and inadequate .
at Camp Blanding to see for himself presence I can forsee the military mobile homes which have
expanding here steadily in
seen their better days about 16
some of the improvements he has the to come." years
and are themselves federal excess
helped to bring about. The second includes ago .
Grant, winner of the seat held for for project property? ,Rep. Grant said
$860,000 new housing units for
by former Rep.Don Fu- This will put men closer to the field f
many years both officers and enlisted men, but h'1 r
who was a leading member of and save tremendously in transportand
qua ,will be paid back in full within the
costs. This
the House Armed Services Commit> housing appropriation
next four after .
years savings compared
should tor itself after four
tee, has upheld the strong military "
to the
present system are ," v
tradition in North Florida by being a realized years of use
strong proponent of the military indecisions
1 on national defense and
appropriations.The '
Military Construction bill ccvH'
passed by the House May 18 included
funding for three new projects at
Camp Blanding that will increase
the number of servicemen on the
base at any one time during the year
.(outside of regular Annual framing,
when thousands of regular service
and guardsmen pour into the area
from all over the country)and makea
positive impact on the local '
economies of Starke Middleburg
,'"" and Keystone Heights in the years to
\ .
': come. '
"1m a firm believer in trainingfor '
our military men and women '
that is as realistic as possible and in
a setting and with the equipment
that will enable them to beak readyas
possible if they are needed!Rep.
, Grant commented as he began his
,r tour of the facility."Camp Blandingwas
, high on my list because of the
I, uruqeness of the terrain here, for
training and also because of the supportive -,
role played by the local com-1 1
" munities in this area.'* ,
. The first project included in the '.
! Military Construction Bill is the sum
i of 9800,000 for the Air National FINANCING AVAILABLE OUR BIGGEST
(, Guard Red Horse Squadron's per"manent
home at Camp Blanding and
an additional $310,000 for planningand '
The Red Horse :Heavy Engineering -
Squadron specializes in the SALEEVER
quick mobile repair of bombed out '

1, runways be UM hntoooiArmy times of conflict Unit to and be toas-will. f Low Low BtfHJNW '
1 :ed at Camp Blanding.
I The 202nd CIvil' EngineeringSquadron OT !!
I will require the errection Mont)
of buildings parking lots, utilities Y .Payments
and roads on a 60-acre area.of the 30

Camp The near mission Kingsley of the Lake.Red Horse &v \ '' \\\ 'iHEGJICATDAYBia

,Squadron in a realistic requires constant environment training I ,a 5 PIECE'' Arum 2..0 n levied, \ 1JOOK BY DRESNER

something whiclt....Camp Blanding \ I JerjbodV THE PERFECT EXTRA OED--+'sPECI"UO. PmCES : ::::

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I I': Arrests in Bradford County t \

,: I ; Tonights ,Debate... T'--l 1

: .,:" The following arrests were made Fred Blocker,61,of Starke was ar- was arrested May 22 for 'driving I .
1 't :,: ,: ,, ', by local authorities in, Bradford I ,
'I"" rested May 21 on a capias charging while license suspended (DWi jj. w i ,
'I r1",\ ;'lj"l",,':'j County. aggravated battery,according to Investigator according to Patrolman K.R.Hinds, '
,,I,", ,' David Aderholt. He was Jr. He was released after a $210 Should FloddaRatify ,Constitution?
''eX, : Gregory Chandler, 26, of Starke released after a, $500, surety bond surety bond was posted. ,
,; was arrested May 20 on a Clay County 'was posted. '
warrant charging violation of probation Joan Ferris Barton of Starke was Former Congressman Billy Matthews ORD'
I "1 for retail then, according to Jimmy 'fyson,.30, of Starke was arrested May 22 for driving under influence will moderate a mock Constitutional's "
\ Lt. Sammy Eunice. He was released arrested May 20 on a warrant charg- .
', ,' after a $252 bond Debate at 730 tonight (Thursday) May "
surety was posted. ing possession sale, delivery of cocaine ( Patrolman Kathy Mercer. Barton's ;.
i according to Deputy Doug blood alcohol content was .17 percent 26 at the Starke Woman's, Club. Cosponsored .q;, A' ,
Michael Faber, :36, of Stance was York. Bond was set at$3,000,he was She was released after. a by the Bicentennial Commission
arrested May 21 on a,capias charg- 'released on his own recognizance: $362.SO cash bond was posted. of Bradford County and Santa Fe '
ing expired mobile home tag and no
mobile home tag,according to Deputy ,Traffic Billy D. Crawford, 28, of Lawteywas Community College Starke Center, the 1 iQ :
Eugene Lee. He was released arrested May 21 for OWLS according topic will be ""Should Florida Ratify the 2'
!alter a$127.SO cash bond was posted. Ricky, Wayne Hall,. 28, of Stance to Sgt. C. D. Carter. He was Constitution?"" N,
released after a $210 surety bond Florida was not yet a state' when the I
Under was posted. Constitution was written 200 years ago n is?' e

New Management Clara Bryant Thornton, 36, of In 1787 and"did not have the opportunity: ',' ,., ,
Starke was arrested May 21 for DUI, ID ratify the document until it achieved 71j=pN$1 '',; I
SpecialGoldilocks according to Patrolman Hinds. Statehood in 1845. Tonight's debate, :
'thornton's blood alcohol contentwas therefore, will be a hypothetical" at I. : '" '
.14 percent she refused to sign, the pros and cons of ratification issues lege In New York: She received an M.A.

the$1,000 citation.surety She bond was was released posted.alter a faced by the 13, original colonies, degree*In Political! Science from the '
Debating the positive (Federalist) University of the South in 1975, and has
(formerly Hairplanes) James Franklin Dixon Si, of side of the issue will be Dr. Eldon done doctoral work at the University of

737 S. Walnut Street 964-4645 ,Starke was arrested, May 21 for DUI, Turner, Professor of History at the Florida; majoring in political theory.
according to Patrolman Mercer University 'of Florida. The negative Since 1984 she has taught history and,
blood alcohol content was
Announces a "Charige of Name" Special 'Dixon.17 percent. He was released alter a (anti-Federalist) position will be argued government classes at SFCC.
$362.50 surety bond was posted by Donna Waller, SFCC Adjunct Instructor After a rebuttal by each speaker, the
r Perms Highlights in Historical Studies. issue will be open for questions from the
William Arvin Bryant 37, of Dr. Turnet has been in his present audience. The debate is free and open to
Inc. $2 500 GOOD o0 OWLS Starke,was according arrested to May Ltv W 21 C.for Reno.DUI J1, position since 1969., and was'nominated the public and will be followed by a

Haircut Summer For_ "_ Bryant's blood alcohol content was for teacher of the year in 1977. He reception hosted by the Woman's Club.
.16 percent He was released alter a received his doctorate in American' The first event sponsored by the local
MANAGER LINDA KAYE SMITH. Hair Stylists $972,50 surety bond was posted. Studies from the University of Kansas ,Commission was the evening at Bradford
Rhonda Faye Ireland and Denise McCallum in 1973, and is currently a consultant on High Stadium',last September, '
Invite everyone to cpme In for the ultimate In : fheron t.,was Straight arrested, May 36, ofHillsborough 19. Florida Standards of Excellence (K*12) when thousands' turned out for a f
1 family hair design. for OWL, according Patrolman and has written numerous articles on memorable extravaganza on Constitution -
'f Call Today'for An Appointment Michael McClam. Bond was set at early American History Day The debate co-sponsor.SFCC, ,
.'. Walk-Ins Always Welcome $210. He was released on his own Ms. Waller received her B.A. degree is a designated Bicentennial Campus

J 964-46451 recognizance. after doing'undergraduate work at the and tonight's event is part of speaker,

rJ- -- -iLm University- --Chicago._- and Barnard Colseries on the Constitution. ......--.-. .
-- ---

."" James rrueman Lee, 41','of Union Tennis Instruction
,County was arrested May 20 for '
Factory'Author/zed DUI, according to Patrolman Starke or Keystone
Mercer. He was released alter a Private Lessons
., .
: 'S'j ,;" < ,$362.50 cash.bond was. posted. $10 per hour OR

Johnnie Stubble Martin,,34?,was Learn with a Friend
7""k. Sprin arrested May 19 for failure appear For $5 each.'.
'OWLS, according to Lt",Eunice.
Bond' was set at $101.25,, he was Call Mark at
; released on his own recognizance! 473-4380'or' 964-6305

'Clearance ,Sale 'Albert Johnny, Ogletree was 'ar. Current Students

Ogletree rested .May, relused 21 for to DUI take DWLS the 'include I members' of.

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$834; .SO surety bond was posted.

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Page 48 TEU,GKAPfl?TIMES'& MONITOK StC'WS: May 211.1988

I Final Judgements in Area Court ''I I IThe

following defendants Appeared mumty work, attend DU1, school. be suspended or pay $101.25. pay $50 court costs or pay'$101.25.: it
May 17 before Judge George Salvation( Army supervision six Cameron Robertson Washborn pied Terry Eugene Gravley pled guilty.
H. Pierce in Bradford County fraf- months guilty DWLS; $50 court costs. DWLS; fined $101.25.
tic CriminaI4 ourt. Final disposition Emma' Jean Allen pled guilty Wash born' pled guilty unlawful Lelia Diane Cohens pled guilty
'is as follows; DWLS; presented valid license, speed; $88 fine OWLS; produce valid license andpay CHARLEY E. ,JOHNS AGENCY, INC.
costs suspended,dismissed. Stephanie Ann Fratcelli pled guilty $50 court costs or pay $101.25.
Judith Allure Moody pled guilty Samuel Shawn Clark pled guilty DWLS, presented valid license Robert Eugene Hutchinson ,pled
driving 'While license suspended OWLS, fined$101,25,60 days probation ,costs suspended, dismissed. guilty DWLS; fined$101.25.
,(OWLS! ordered to pay $50 court Ellen E. Maestre pled guilty no Michael H. McCarroll pled guuty Auto f g MMttBusiness
,cos..... Clark pled guilty no valid driVer's tag on mobile home; produced valid, OWLS; fined $101.25. Home ( f/S/ ) Life '
Moses, Daniels, Jr. pled guilty license, produce valid license Within ,tag, dismissed. Charlie John Prescott pled guilty
driving under the influence (DUD;j. 30 days, waive costs.Valane Ronald Lenn Crawford pled guilty tag/unlawful alteration, attend Mobile Home \l'a./ ,. Health
lined $1,130, license suspended ten Henette limes pled guilty attaching regular license plate school every day, violate no laws!,
years, attend DUI school,Salvation OWLS; produced valid 'license, nonassigned vehicle; 60 days :Salvation suspend all costs;dismissed. '
Army supervision one year 50 hours. dismissed. Army supervision, 50 hours Bobby Dellvan Williams pled guilty SERVING BRADFORD COUNTY FOR OVER 50 YEARS
work. George Francis Sherwood pled no community work attaching regular license plate
Darnels charges of OWLS, failed. contest OWLS-, produce 'valid JOhn'' Clayton Garin pled guilty nonasslgned vehicle; produced valid 131 S..WALNUT ST. 964-5070 STARKE
yield making left turn, dismissed. license by May 31 and all costs will DWLS; produce valid license and tag, dismissed.
Shawn Hardy \Shepherd pled no
contest ,running red, light; costs 'T"
Shepherd pled guilty leaving scene s BUY
of accident with damage; JO hours FLORIDALOTTERY

,community Shepherd work- under DUI HRS, dismiss :yes, TICKETS
ed. WINN DIXIE JtOfttS Stop Shopping
John David Sheppard pled gwlty 'OFFICIAL TICKET OUTLET' ,
DWLS; 50 hours community work,
Salvation Army supervision 'six, -_
months. r',
Sheppard pled guilty improper, -"r'k-
tag, $0 hours community work, cost ,, PRICES GOOD
and fines waived. ter., THURS.WED.,
Carl Thomas Massey pled guilty MAY 28 JUNE 1, 1988 th r /
careless driving;.dismissed. .
Jacqueline Dee Place pled no con Af. rAt .
', '
test our,' fined $362, license
suspended six months,50 hours com-
munity work, attend DUI school, STORE HOURS eMr
Salvation Army supervision i ,
Kent, Napoloa Hood pled guilty MONDAY SATURDAY
J pvVLSU, presented valid license,$SO,
.court costs. 8 A.M. -' 10 P. M.
:Evan B, Stalzer pled guilty ,,' :
OWLS. ; $50 court costs. "
test DUI; ,fined $362, license D
suspended six months,50 hours com- 8 A. M. -. :_9 r._M. @ ..4a..wecr.Nr... wwvoxo IQUUW STARKE'IHOMWI ctNr. .:oni r.ow Mr -"'"i



.i.. FRYER \ PORK FRESH $ 9 7

Visitors to the 36th Annual STRAWBERRIES,
Folk Festival in.White Spnngs on ,. PINTS
Memorial Day Weekend (May.27-29)I .39' $1

will be able to explore a Semmole" Indian y '"' ', Give Your Graduate!
family camp; "
Each year a family camp is A Harvest
recreated A
,serve as a on base the for Festival the interpretation grounds to, FRYER RQc" pORK '$1 87 MAKES THE \ ,. FRUIT BASKET ,
of a number of Seminole traditions.' DRUMSTICKS, 1..'. le' UO SPARERIBS z II I PRODUCEWINNDIXIE' "
Members of the Semmole Tribe of 'GRADE A SPLIT I lJ,/ FARMSTEAD CENTER CUT' : : HARVEST FRESH "MOTEL":
Florida constructed chickees in the FRYER '$168 BONELESS $ 67 .. BAKING

camp family to camp form an like authentic those Seminole m South, BREAST .,." .j.. .". 11., I PORK CHOPS. .. .' ILl 3 )r----, '\. POTATOES"'. 3 rot '$100

Tribe Chairman James Billie, who $1 99c ?, MUSHROOMS :Vm.
will be there, said traditions of the .'. .'. ., ; II PICNICS. .. u Nfc

''with Seminole tribe Indians'members will demonstrating be 'featured' ,WIDIUPEGCOUNDaEE1"> 4&. ''tfFD '':': < WD BRAND 3-LB. HANDI! PAK PKG. .cf. > -, CALIFORNIA $ oo3) "
traditional patchwork, basket weavIng -'
!chickee ,root thatching' and ,: ;f Z "' 12 1
foodways. LEMONS -o il
Programs of folk music and dance, GROUND'g"'B'C m FOI 'IT' "' IA''
are scheduled on the Main Stage '''THE, HAMBURGER,
Stage Ill.and the Old Marble Stage .r.rwr.r BUN'S LO E': '
beginning at 10 a,m. Friday,-Saturday DELICATESSEN & BAKERY
and Sunday, May 27-29 A fiddle ,
contest will take place on Saturdayfrom
1-4 p.m., and the winners will GROUND' $128 BONELESSTOP $367 TONIGHT PLAN ON HAVING DELICIOUS '
be invited to play on the Main Stage BEEf"n'H: ; IB. SIRLOIN LL =-
that evening, In other parts of the W-O BRAND U,L CHOICE i FRIED CHICKEN. .FROM_. WINN-DIXIE!
'' Festival, dozens of expert Florida LEAN _& -
'J' $195, T-BONE '
crattspeople will be demonstrating, GROUND CHUCK $467' w '"'" CHICKEN $ 8 WCLUDtl: I EACH THKH/ *
u ,STEAK . . "
displaying and selling their wares. ( ;. L*; ptlF 1E63 l f AJTS, mud IK
At the toodways pavilion,.regional LEAN! GROUND ROUND or REGULAR.. THICK SLICED 6'8 Of POTATO OF
and ethnic food vendors will offer CHOPPED $026' W-DBRAND $ 1 39 WE FRY DINNER I 8-Pc. COLt SUN t tDAFtipu

traditional fare to the Festival SIRLOIN I. '.'. .. ... LI BOLOGNA_ . LI IW 1 CHOLESTEROL. SIZE FUENCH READ
Special Florida guest artists
be featured In afternoon workshopsand 'DOUBLE LAYER S-INCH BAKED.. HONEY CURED
evening concerts as well. Larry DELMONICOSTEAK COCONUT CAKE or HERRLICH
Rice and the Rice Family,'outstanding CHOCOLATELAYER $388'L ,
HAM"' ,
bluegrass musicians of Crystal T HAM e. 1I.
River will appear Friday Gamble '' CAKE YELLOW or WHITE
I Rogers of bt.Augustine, a long-time AMERICANCHEESE $ 3T

,festival. performer will. appear Sunday U.ACHOKE $497 8707 ., Brie, $ 7 7 . ? HALT,1I. 1 ''i{
Admission to- the Festival will be 1& Ed '>".",,_A",. 4 JENNIE-O DELI 1'
adults and .so for TURKEY
$7 per day for $1 D BRAND SPECIAL EACHEVERYDAY $ 88
children. A two-day adult pass is ofVfered ,MADISON BRAND tta$099 SHANK PORTION BREAST . LL 3_
for $12 and a 3-day adult passis |
offered for.'$16 The 250-acre CORN DOGS. .,t' 116 HAM . ... r'. ,itWO LOW PRICES
located on' US 41, in- White Spnngs, PORK $ 80WD I BUTT PORTION $-17 FROZEN FOODS

'miles 12 miles East North of,1-7S of, via Lake sa City 136 and-3 RIBLETS . .'. ". .in IOX* 9 HAM . . ,? ALL FLAVORSSUPERBRAND ALL VARIETIES '

.AuctionedPlanned COOKED HAM Rff $279.WD, DOGS' COLA
.,". u ,, ICE CREAM

in/ $ 38 2L1L$109:

Middlebur, WO BRAND HALF. | )

The Mtddlcburg Civic Association' BONELESSHAI!' or FRANKS ''SUPERBRAND"II DRINKS'

Spaghetti will be sponsoring Dinner this an Saturday Auction at and the, /t 9 f> rt 1t PARTY ICEFARMER'S : AD 65' j

Civic Center on'Palmetto"Street.in /$19 1' Ii- 99 CHOICE' 2B' $100 2i\'t'\

Middlcburg. B.i; '"=1 P POTATOES .,. E '_
Live' entertainment will be "l
provided at various times during" the PEPPERIDGE FARM $ 69 GENUINE DRAPE p

:The Auction will be operated by t
Kerr's Auction Service with Earl T.'

p.m.. Spaghetti Diners will begin
being served at noon. All
from the' day's, events,,will go to '" :,"SIMPLE AND QUICK"WINNDIXIE ALL VARIETIES
funding the 'Annual Fourth of July .c .
perform At, 1:30 p.m., the ,<+Ml ITORf_ TAU_ ITU
,Mooschaven Kitchen Band will -/, OVER $25.OO IN SAVINGS

entertain and at 2 p.m.,Middlcburg's
own Cross Roads;a gospelcountryband

Cub will Scout perform Pack 362,will, also be '

:day.holding'' rummage, sale during' the Fresh: U Product Clean Stores and "

Everyone 'is invited to attend.
There will be .fun for the whole

For more information call: 282-;
2353 or 282-1580 f"'


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\' '' : State ,Prosecutor's. ,. Report., I

,;,,: :,:;_,,',,",,,I!', 'j,) -i ,: :', :,, ," : : ...
V, \1\, '\), .II", J," '",,,<"::1'"'J!:'' '" '' ''I,'''( ''" ,, I..''" ,.r\'\ I ,"\ "\ '.,,",,,,.,<.',' ."-\\.1\ ,''if"\ y" ,'':" The Bradford'Office of the State forty-five 'misdemeanor cases April. for:battery of'Jaw enfP'rtement ,officer
{ Attorney Eugene Whitworth received were filed and 19 prior cases were ;, case transferred >to1' misdemeanor
"': ::. } ':'': ,"." ''Commercial\ 49 new individual cases and/or, dismissed by the ott'ice in April, said Haywood Keith Brazell arrested division.' ""
i esidentiaILAWN'; felony defendants for prosecution Clark. 'The office declined to prosecute Jan. 29 for possession of stolen property David McDuliy aka' Haywood
' ,.: during the month of April. Only one 17 cases and no judicial action ; case dismissed,insufficient Keitn:' Brazen arrested April 4 for
" ".' case was prison related,, accordingto was taken on four.cases. Thirty- evidence as to this defendant. possession Of burglary tools
Investigator Wiley Clark. four guilty pleas were accepted. Robert Demps arrested Feb.28 for on property; iniult ent
SPRINKLER SYSTEMS information was filed on 25'prior Twelve 'petitionswere filed in grand theft ,auto; victim does not evidence as to this defendant..
.. '. v i cases and the office declined to pro- juvenile court'\ The state, attorney wish. to prosecute. Richard W. MiKell arrested DI'C
::" secute 16 cases. Eight cases were dismissed one juvenile petition and Robert Allen Cornwall arrested 17 for lewd or lascivious 't't''in
\. Fully Automatic-For a healthier'LAwn' dismissed.'There was one jury trial. two received nonjudicial action approval Dec. 4 for uttering forged docu- presence of child.1nder\: 16 years ol
The office conducted one state attorney Fifteen pleas of guilty were ,ment:; restitution made,. case age; pled no contest to Ind"cent'ex'
investigation and filed one. accepted. dismissed.. posure, placed on probation one' year
Adams .Irrigation felony appeal. There was one trial and the olfice Robert Darreli Campbell arrested for !each count '
Installation & Repair Mike Adams No Judicial action was taken on declined the,' ,recommendation: of ,March 19 for sexual battery;; victim Inmate Kenneth 'McGuire ar
I 473-3150 eight cases and two violation of probations HRS on four delinquency etlttons. does not wish to prosecute, case rested Dec. ID for Introduction ut
Free Estimates' were filed.One plea of guilty The following cases received Imal 'lacks! prosecutive merit. contraband, possession ol contr.i"
was accepted. disposition during the month of Tony Gooderman arrested April 20 .band; found guilty, sentenced to :2''1
years Department of Correction\ lor
attempted possession of contraband
Dallas Craig Brown arrested! I Julv
39 resisting arrest with violence, pied -
no contest' battery of law enforcement
'olficer placed' on tn'-
years probation, must sutimtt In
Unbeatable alcohol treatment, evaluation; ( t hy
Everyday Low Prices TASC, abstain t'romuille ol *lr>onoi.
submit to substance/ abUse testing
Buddy MIlam arrested Nov. 26 l lor
burglary; pled,,/no content' burglaryof
structure, placed on live years
probation,'make restitution $1,547
u Timothy Leggette MT mtd\ MUirh

FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S WHARF MSt. substance 19 for possession; ,insufficient/If evidence controlled HS

.:, iv i) Seafood Save Time Take It home ready to eat fr J to Gordon this defendant'tirownarrested Jan 191m

'We will STEAM your Seafood '@ interception .of ,.oralcommunita\ i
FRESH Purchase at No CHARGE '1Y Lions; case lacks p.rQ.ql\u\t\l;\: i men, )
GROUPERFILLETS T Billie Kitharde Aaron arr('I I'ct
9 SNAPPER'4twiili BEST SHOTS Jan 15 for possession" sale, delivery\ :
< ORANGE ROUGHY ''of controlled substance; mw ii1<'I"1\1'
FILLETS evidence as to this defendant
Linda Godwin oi'rested' March IAlasi
;' $ 9 9 2ND SET 'OF'i lor'' welfare in ud; ; pled gUIlty,

.. .5 $ placed ort; 'fivb years priitwtioii.,
LE. $499 $388 499IMITATION PRINTS FREE! make restitution $7t)4-!) : arreMid,
'March 25 1988) for violation of(prnna i
COLOR PRINT FILM OF. lion (VOP); pled/' no \'Ontest vui,
;\\'i[ '; ( '''' (STICKS). STUFFEDFLOUNDER LIVE 110, DISC; 126 & 35MM ONLY.FROM costs'paid,1' probation,terrnmaterl.Nathaniel1 : -
: CRABMEAT ,. $2" $279 .a$299 LOBSTERS ,. ,<6M Thompson J', arresM-d
\ :\ '. April 24, 19871' ,for possession; and
i :. '
f ..delivery of controlled, JiuusiS nee. p-) ,

t {if;+,;;:<' :" ;,I N,:', EVERYTHING YOU ,NEED .AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOR A THE CHEESE SHOPMEMORIAL ed mediateiy guilty Bradford, fiyiR.submit years, probation to; ,Jul.complete\ )or,\orie'year inv .,

'jvaluaUolcomply tond.ilioiv\
t'ijL\y.\\% ;:, \\1: '(. ; ..W.M. WITH 100%RIAL CM..M...*. and ;'recommenaa : COY.IM / "
y ";. ''i"1.'J1J1 :CIKN..V.IIOWIx $3ix\ investigative t'oMsavoid use of
,",1t'.1" '\,\,.. ..!,,, ./",, DAY PICNIC 't '--"" CHEESE SHOP alcohol'' ofr !drugs,,,'''IIUl>mul'Ut'" <; ' .r\1;\ ';': \ :. .12" PIZZAS ttstlngpayhld! support;;'jylarcn as)
\ !' :' ', "i,' *" t arrested; for, VOIT';; pled intf contest,
: !.j'\i\ ,P l' VOH- placed pn', 'ommurtlty control.
. \ ) .<,I'' >. ,
'1/,,':'I : :. I' .,\.' ",'..-;; ., 2 4,8 for, ;>24 months; kame'Corditrony'ii I \ ( ;{ :$
..\':," '! i : 1 ORIGINAL or SMOKEV : original probation.fimotny1.eggette'tii'i,
:, .,\\,1:, ',: H',. THRIFTY MAID. \ DEEP SOUTH HEINZ' fO. ited'July) W<
;:;\') { ;
; fpr anddelivery'bt/ tonf:
, REGULAR "JALAPENO possession
$ 'V
t\.iI\.V' **
CATSUP MAYONNAISE BBQ SAUCE ,LORRAINE SWISS. trolled su&stan(;el/pk'd; ggittytrivk,,
M''; f. : $538 year'pl'obatlO''', $jlO litusuiMnit.'ta', .
\ ": CHEESE .... .., it drug/,. testing,' counseling. .[through1&Utip
1\\i}"'sij;) <' +ISr\" J MAtro f/AlsL *' : ;: arresIN'll\tarC/1;/ '\ vot" pt
79 89 79 'MILD CHEDD ,
#1'; 1' 32-OL 18 01 $2'29I.ir. ed no'' .content vop sentenced II}
r 3T' time served and continued on
'\ !! {r ; I JAR BIL CHEESE '.' '. ll. '. with same conditions probation

,'/Ji.> } \' 'ferry Alexander: Green aka Carl
,l'Ji1( W 11;;il,1::' GENUINE HONEY NUT or REQULAKCHEERIOS 69 BUTTER or REGULAR Lee ,Hill, arrested;l May \\Q, war t lot
' "V ""I' $2 CRISCOSHORTENING .. escape! resisting arrest Without'
"' ; ',r:<'" HEINZ CEREAL.lo"t, ,-"- ;violence! pled guuty).'si* .months
::;;:.::,: \ DILLS CHUNK'WHIT! rtSCO 1m. n. probation,' three, hours' per" rwee'k'tommuiuty
1J2I ice cold\\ service lor'lS week arrested ;
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a1w{ '\!.t.J'r;.y,.'fl"I, w\' "# BUMBLE BEE' .$115' N' beveragesFOUNTAIN Ipeu, HI for VOP; retufnoxt/; ,
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l'iYt( ):.j 1 h; 9'.9 TUNA t. ...< i v. .' 'Si!? r "," Wffi; r Bradiord county tAhAgC| pier fJ
tr-'iI"I",; .\f'" "')I 4i-DZ. LILAC 3LB. <..;:../.fto'' 'content, V0k%,.' probation:
<\ LAUNDRY 'reinstated ', ,
s.!tY .Slrcy'i'' r JAR' 99CVAN 4 SIZE .ALL:V4NIAT1[!

,w.l m hti;:; ''Q}";i"; '- DETERGENT .'<,. ;> .. %? '10 INCH PLASTIC=,- FRESHJIF .' ..'.; ,Sir' j;.ig, t'211. ''
Il MfVil/ ; { ; SMOOTH or CRUNCHY SOL : .', 1 : :
t: $ 00 "
PEANUT $189' _- !12CT $152( 3 ,
I PLATE ., .
', i + r : FIri'{ I
.: BunERJ/ ,. isa & BEANS le-oi. size

: ,' REYNOLD'S $1 59 '' PARTY CUPS. ''%? .r one I II REFILLS3us sunln Course\'o'Tedi ScheUutc: .
33 $ i ,
: :, 'ALUMINUM FOIL, $100Community '.'
JUMBO WHITE... YELLOW 5 lS.oL ,I'8 10 INCH OAM. i The followingclasse&arebeingut-; : '
(qf1l1h.f),I.I I',: SUNBELT CANS SOLOPLATES. $1 59 ..-__ .. leredyaf.'theJJradtord: ; ?ybctidnai|'

1);v,',1\,}\if' :;:: ,, PAPER TOWELS lou'. '47C . ... ..,;.t. .met PWL I, ,In Technical Starke. Center;', r: on'.', Or'angfe;' ,;street'

q M1,:.:..::A':,. RfGUlAR.RI'PlI.IIoII18ECUf.1OUII KELLOGG'S ALL VARIETIES rcgistration, and' payment,, of,'

;:i I/)I,'{,;.,::: ;, ,CREAM SALTcrMUPENOTOM'S*ONION" ,VINEOM I. NUTRIFIC CEREAL ,,'?'.".$201' PRINGLES :!tees more are required for, can ail lIf elasses.k4ir 4 diinO'Ext. ,
'" inlormation ;
:, i.\
,, '' KELLOGG'S $141. f'lIr..nIU1I1td 'Hirih J24I', ;\
Fti' ....
5 .. j& ALL BRAN . size ,' I tail ,p.m:.t no lee ,
1i!; j{ > ."' $ 2 7 Pmefct/Chi'M tare fli ','i'lfIi'IIU..1. ."
i ; .8pfI. ;/? 6'aO: p.m, ho fee \
/ ,,"" '', 'ALL VARIETIES ..k TQc ,SOLE *" Child Cure 'erttfl'lItin"/fI,<:/ hrM. ,7'
" ",, ';" ., Tot RICE ARONI, . FAG f %.l '1'' J : p..hi.V: S3 fee.' "
". 611..1d1t5, W/W.1 pln., $4
!I/i/ ::: ;1; LEMON/LIME/ CITRUS COOLER 'WELCH'S GRAPE109. lee. .< '

r[i;",.:!l",, ,(\< : &* KINGSFORD GATORADE JAM or JELLY ). '.,'., ,I"V I p.m.l<' rJoot..Aldt$:) tee,' B/2IT\ ");. 21x21, .: '1..lIJ/It.IW:,::," ,'1.

; CHARCOAL.THIRST QUENCHER REGULAR CHEESE 16eg. .f'lorlit' J.I,,,,!. jIII"tl/i4-1(1\JJ. t + \; ,
?J : r' 1 or .
nor. $325' ,p.n\.it\ $18 fee : "
:',. ,"t1i, :" : GAINESBURGER .SIZE State SUPERMARKET 'M.v, f'lural; Desiuirv N fl..r/U,1.; .
1$'1" '" '" $ 69 Bank' BANK AT t ',p.m( $18 teef" > ',-,':'. ';': {' : ,. ,
1-\:4JJJv\lI1'i; ),: 1;( ;) ( $439 64'Ol. GRAVY TRAIN / $19 9 -- ,WINNOIXICEVERYDAY ,Keg. Cukellrlegatinueli, ; :tlh'.1'' .':'
"I"j} "I" 'f. '
: 20-LB. ; ., ,
:': SIZE isle '
",:'";."1'V'" AC DOG FOOD . lAG ., Computers' IJnnltr61Jlp -,.:
.\. ', LOW PRICESEVERYDAY ,.rpm'i$12.5t. : ) ply!".,$:} lad-
.$jo plus $5 lab tee.FIreNghterslii :
.\ I ( ,' QUARTERS FRIENDLY ''.foi fjg anitoltijt\ !dd"'


'['.f". ,; .- II SERVICE Continue ,License,

:,:/ ... 'WHITE RAINSHAMPOO aamlle'haa Vehicle, Inspections
,.. Service with
\1 I+ .' !.. ,.. I 99OIANT I 'al.a ys, been 'WINN- Bradford County
p',," ,':',' .. Is-OZ. 3J109mM eRn? know DIXIE'you'll policy find,' our*o you full 'The Florida''Highway, i'atfol 'will

:",.I, ,+,;: I SIZE 9 ,. time registered php.r- ,be -conducting driver license'and
., ." __. friendly ''vehicle, inspection checkpoints during
I,', : IUPeAIIRANO' ( llf' and eager to help the week ot May 2? through June:
I. ', r WHITE RAIN c' WHIPPED you In any way poMlblel! :2 on K-2l: : SR-100 K-2Wi: ;) SH18SR.16 ,
""' .1. PLASTICSTADIUM 00 ,75... 99 to 65e79C .....II kno.tbenewPh.rmach.t ,. CR,18.'' ,'
6 .1 : TOPPING . : CJM8 CR-21B:
2- sit
.< ''' HAIR SPRAY... SIZI .
CUPS .... In town.('.he'*right down CH. :.15, CH-123, CK-229: CH'2Jl.CR.2"l1 ,
.J MCCO 4100-* SLICED ; WINK-DIXIE/your nearby C -221i/ CR-230! and C.R.-100A
I'/\' .'$3A95 COOLERS 'ZZ&: I v CHEESE FOOD. ,... ;'fV,1MINUTE Recognizing the danger presented,
I'r' .: ; 0' rot to the public by defective vehicle
+ 10W40. HO30W or 10W30 GRADUATION equipment, ,Troopers 'WIll concentrate .
PVC CHAISE Ak STATE MAIDLEMONADE their el forts on vehicles being
QUAKER Minut* operated with defects such as bad ,;
< Maid brakes worn' tires and defective !
.' :IS HERE!. lighting eqUIpment In addition,' attention
will be directed to drivers' .,
' $ who would violate the driver, license. '

.' / 874'L99 < ',+5 rr 2 NALf Bill. 492'50o0FF' .laws The of Patrol Florida.Has found these checkpoints = ".

EACH ., to be an effective means of en-:
,' forcing the equipment v and driver ''
MANUFACTURER'S'SUGGESTEDq' license l laws of Florida while insuring ..-
;:;\;),;;; ;,;!, RETAIL OP OUR GENUINE UNE OF the' protection of all'motorists\ J

;,; ,\ ,I Checkout Union County' 'y;

: } : The Quickest GREETING CARDS ''be fhe conducting Florida Highway1 dnver license Patrol will and" ,t'

'1,:'"., .' '. ''WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION ,vehicle inspection checkpoints during ","' ',,, ,)"
OF GRADUATION CARDS the week of 27 June "':'\f
;';'Y': '),': May through '!,,
J ''; .'" 2 on SH-100 SR-U1 SR-231, SR-241,
SR-238 CR-18, ;;R-231rl CK-229
CR-125, CR-23IA. CR-24A and CR-
s 796A in Union County. .



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rage bat 'I'KLKORAPU: .TIMES&MONin: >K-B SECTION, May 28.IBM '
,Family of Terminally 111 1

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Girl Needs
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\ Seven year old fabatha Lynn Matthews I .
'W a kindergartener at
1f.,' r Southside Elementary a blessingto
? '
her new friends.
"We met Tabattia when school

''r ;;:;; if with started our because daughter she, Pamela.rode the They bus
',' rapidly became best friends and she
., has been an Inspiration to aU of us -
,, ,V\o\,\ sine/'said Christy Reddish. iI'r< r r
Last December it was discovered
.., Tabatha had two large brain tumors
"' \ ,xWI' : I" .iv 'which were immediately removedby
.r r surgery, one was baseball size \jfglf
They were 98 percent cancerous.
One, tumor, located in the central
A L. control area of the brain is In-, -
t., .1 S 0. operable and the cancer is floating Tabatha Becomes A Brownie...
i freely in the spine,according to doctors .
at Nemoun. Cluidrens rumor A weak but determined Tabatha bridged from her Daisy Troop to a I
Clinic. ,Brownie Girl Scout May 14 aC the First Presbyterian Church in Starke.
A corchs ven'Ticulostomy! valve Assisting:her is co-leader of the Brownie Troop Shan, .Johns.
was surgically implanted in her '
head In late .l December and in The family has no medical insurance -* trust fund for Tabatha at Florida
rah January a central valve was placedin and is living on a small SSI National Bank in Starke. U you are
Y her chest for chemotherapy and stipend and a small amount given by interested in assisting the family,
bloodwork. the American Cancer Society. please contact the bank.
Tabatha mother, Liz Matthews, Despite fabatna many pro
a single parent has been, blems her spirit for life has provedto Several fund raising events are be-
unemployed since birth of her second be an inspiration to her friends in ing planned to be used for fabatha.
child who U one year old. Liz her Daisy Troop as well as her June 2 and S at Southside Elementary
J had surgery and fabatha's illness school mates. School during the talent show,
began shortly thereafter fabatha's Wanting to help in any way possible popcorn will be on sale, with proceeds
condition now ,requires constant ,the Daisy Troop collected over going to the trust fund for
care.' ino which will he used to start the 'fabaUla.Firedragon .

r LiC !

I. ,' ... J. presents, Inc.

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Tabatha With Family' and Friends... "
I Little Tabatha Lynn Matthews Is shown at her homeat In doorway are friends Sandie Wallace:Laura and t 4+ Seaboard Plaza \
,and Christy Reddish who are working on establishing a Rd. ': I,.,
Kingsley Beach with" her grandmothers, Nancy. trust account for Tabatha. 417 D Edwards ,
mother LizCharges; ___ Master Fred Schmitz '

ReducedOn "W-D Pharmacy 'will, 9642713Family !

Starke Youth
,be closed *-' ,- F', '
Charges against 'a 16-year-old & Group Discounts Available .
have' been
MarKe' youth '
'murder: to .. '' ,
irom ,attempted aggravated ,
f Memorial : : w.1''fred :
assault. Day Holiday, "
Rafael Deiestre", fl? whti 'was' rsmltty" Schmltz,',5th Level MasferTfalned ,

.charged as an adult, was arrested ; 30 ', >f,>,':,"" ; );'<; Current'World:Champions ?)' ,; );;yam: ;>1' I
May 20 on a capais issued by the Monday May
'"- r ,Don Wilson and Ernest SimmonsI < ( i
tate attorney charging aggravated ; ".: : ., ;
: .f ,
,, .... ,. 'A'.1t.{ ,
assault and accessory after the fact, >" .' '< "' \< :' ': '" ''''". "
according to Lt. Sammy Eunice
liond was set at *2ouo, pelestre was I Women's Self-Defense Classes Available ,
,released on his own recognizance.
Deiestre was arrested April 28 ,
alter he allegedly tired shots at Roy (904)9647651Joans Group, Ladies & Private ,
Jackson as he was mowing grass in fi
me $JE complex,Also charged by Lessons

,the was state owner was'Glen'of ,the Julius.25 Smith calbrer.who r S Learn: Control, Balance, .;;

automatic pistol and, driver the car to, fashions "_. Self Deieftse dt Set; ofttidenc4>,+JI. +1 6 isq iy Of M.rw:.
Deiestre 'was in according f I BI M ,

authorities Delestre to.shot Smith JacKson,allegedly and provided ,told- 444 ryg"'Madison S t.1. Stare Tfaza l

the gun,according to Investigator'
Wiley Clark .. \' "
Smith 24,was arrested May 3 and
charged with principal attempted 'The. finest. in Ladies fashions'
murder. He now faces charges of ag "
ayated assault and accessory alter. '
me fact, said 'larK, WUSU Bob Wallace
Tennis InstructionStarke

or Keystone ,Every day we have a different fashion line selection ata
Private Lessons savings for you. ,
$10 per hour ,OR For the finest In ladles fashions,visit Joan's and see
with Friend for yourself the savings you can have without going
Learn a outoftown.VISA .
For $S each.'

Call Mark at -'MASTERCARD accepted; Layaways welcome.,
473-4380 or 964-6305 Alterations FREE with purchases of$50.00 or more.



WEEKENDHardware rlrrLr _

A 1

V J.P., Service Club All Prices Reduced .. ,r


arden Cente FREE ; .
FINANC ? V > : .


... :

,One of life's miseries Is car We'll ."f \, '
/ / trouble on a vocation.Let us' .Check your engine and Check your tires,tire balance .
ASK ABOUT help you avoid it by making transmission fluids., and wheel balance. : '
OUR 4 YR. Riders From your car vacatlon-ready before ..Check your filters. *Check your coolant system.' 'I',
WARRANTY 899.95 'you ever start out, Check your brakes. s Check all belts and hoses.

It your car needs any service,' Saturday' Special '
1 Gal. Lillies I
Day we'Ihandle it at a June 4th 8-12 noon .
or Free check on all cars
up ,
...._ 29.95 i ,,1, Gal Radican Gardenia I & trucks .1

'Your Choice
5 Hardwood /

Porch Swing' ,. a97)) I J : "C=ORIAN WELLS ==
Eosy to ossernfta!. Includes
chains: '&' hooks. Clear finish.,
_. ,

!! 3:99-: I 11/.&301 North.Starke 964-7500. Gainesville 372-0103 .Jacksonville: 232-4522

r{ M ECONOMYLAWN 2/$500' '
....h FOOD )U.&OJkl4d&

2mI0 bull Mck.PMR i..na.tntnt.d.t. SERVICE PARTS
.. sIA.-aaw.ba Iron tor.... .
gm ing pomr,Sail on my.hut.Cow .. SM MOWS COIIrQ1lAI1OM. '
5 000.., totes

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,May 26.188 TELEGRAPHrTIME8 4 MONlTOa-B SECTION Page 78Patrol
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I,, ,I / : I .t.', '" ( t 1.1'11 }I''': 20%-75% off '
,"" ,', ,,,"'; ;; "', '" .\" ,, 1"/'i/ \\S'i )l1Jot >' ,: "" } .'>, ;
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: ,' ", I From Reg. Stock
I I" : Petite Misses Large

,, 1 1/2 Sizes
,, "'
" I''I All

Monet Jewelry

:, \". In Stock =
.Ja,:. '0. 25offAll

f., .'\ \l Sales Final| jj :

Leila's Dress & Gift Shop

Bradford Square Shaping Center 964SOS1Get



Dedicated to Her Art... I VacationAll r

Mary Bran uc her talent to create Intricately designed.cene*from nature.Her work*are on display at the Art Tires Made In the
Studio and Gallery In Melnwe this month. '
Good Ole'' U. S. of A.

'"", Talented, Artist has Works on DisplayBy .Alignment Front, End Qgs w/purchaso r

.,I. Mark Frledlin very talented ana inspiring artist. from the ccmmumly for the of tires
BCT Staff Writer artwork reflects her enthusiasm children's programs," Zaner said Includes set caster,camber A, toe in to mlrs specs r
Gainesville artist Mary Brane life and the beautiful Florida sur "We are very grateful to everyone inspect suspension &slo .ing sysl m. For most
been featured all this month at' &. Her exhibit stimulates ,involved." amorlcan cars front! wheel drive and chevotta vehicles
Art Studio&Gallery as part of a an interest and following." For more information on any of extra. Parts extra
'que, and continuing series of Brane' works have been exhibit the activities at the studio,, caU
artists displaying their works May. Following Mary's 475-2447. Front
meeting the public In Melrose. IS'a show Zaner said, she is May 14 was the beginning of the .-BRAKE or Rear .
Predicts Brane's opening on May 1 to support her in the Up- highly requested adult watercolor .
very successful," according opening!of her own gallery in class. Mary McLucas will be service 4995 ..
studio owner fern Taylor Zaner. bprings. teaching Saturday morning 9:>>12 _, ,
Weekend "As an artist myself I look The Melrose studio is opening ahlldrens' noon. There are some opening still =':f.Cb ftMrtftffi M "'IN-i:**.'-ft.e.c Moil| ;:=.Inl M UP TO 15"XS"
., quality and expression, yet as Art Enrichment center on available for this class. HIMjn.rtua e.r.A truck Mt.Hei >....5.
\ gallery owner,1 look for interest 11."We The Gallery's two months of whtii ratutr4. I WHite Spoke Wheels
market,"Zaner explained "Mary tremendous business have been "exciting and
' Deaths have had support $26.95
,. wonderful" according to Ms.Zaner NO HIDDEN COSTS ON pun BRAKE SPECIAL! ea
', i "L wasn't how good a '
<. sure :
( The Florida Highway PatflM is response to the classes and the sup RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE ,: POLY,GLASS
7J r''.> ,$. predicting 29 people will losetheir plies,sales there would be when 1 ::: ,'\ BELTED
it 'J lives on Florida's highways during started,especially the custom training '
?;. the upcoming 78-hour Memorial Day ,"Zaner said."But obviously this $34.00.
''11 ,holiday period beginning 6 p.m Friday area Is ready t I'm framing almost P155-80R13 $28.OQ'1758OR13
'4" May 27 and ending. midnight I every day,This will probably be the ,$38.00 $30.0P19575R14'
,: Monday,May 30. next area of expansion" $41.00
%; Past history has indicated that one Upcoming events at the Gallery $34.00'
person dies every two hours and [@J include: D. 'Christopher Newman P20575R14P23575R15 ," $43:00: $36.00.
i f' forty-three minutes during these with her watercolors;a three-day oil
; holiday periods according to Colonel a seminar with Carolyn Taylor;, P215:75R15 $47,00 $38.00
,n\ Bobby a. "'Burnett It'has Officer LENDER followed by a portrait seminar with $49.00PRIX ,$41,00
1C. Davis,Loan
Connie Ball of South Carolina. fhe
become a sad indictment when a A BMOt Or sedan COUHWYHarold '
\"' holiday turns into tragedy because, Gallery welcomes all to ,view the TRUCK TIRES GRAN RVS"MOUNTED'
> of the needless carnage, ,on our DancBostoii Mortgage \CorporationLICENSED : Gallery exhibits and the preview! of 31X1 0.501 5LT $ AND
highways,said Burkett.' upcoming teachers. AT NO
FHP will utilize every available MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS 31X11S0:15LT.: $7,1.00.BALANCED,
resource to enforce all traffic laws Tennis InstructionStarke 33X12.5015 81.00 EXTRA CHARGE
during the holiday weekend with a 817 NW 56th Terrace Suite A,Gainesville Florida 32607

, peed special enforcement emphasis on and DUI the offenders use of occupant -, Office 375-2950 Local Number 473-0266 Private or Lessons Keystone A/C SERVICE SPECIAL ,.,.$6.95* I I'CORBETT"S

restraints. FHP is commit F1IA VA.Conventional Home Mortgages. Second: Mortgages '$10 hour 'OR PLUS FkEON
per ,
!I ; ted to a full-scale effort to reduce '
', holiday deaths. Learn with a Friend .
1981 Memorial Day fatal accident For$5 each. "
date Indicated the following:
', "'''',''- ''I'" "M parjfm+vl..-..npnpta.ktttott\.' ,AUTCKINSURANCB"AGENCY Call Mark'at' Tire &, 'Service
were 30 yearb of age or younger. 473-4380 or 964-6305
42 percent of those killed were of STARKE '
I',' driven PIP LIAB COLLISION SR-22 Current Students U .S. 301 (Temple)
:, : 58 percent of vehicle/ occupants Include members of

,', "', killed 79 were percent not of wearing the fetal seat accidents belts. PAYMENT PLAN (964r" S28)) KHHS High School Team M/C Visa 964-6436

occurred during clear weather
42 percent of the fatal accidents Karen McMonlgle
occurred at night. AGENT 218 TEMPLE AVE '.
,' 38 percent of the deaths were STARKE. FL 32091 ,
, alcohol related.
II In examining these historical "
': facts;'it is easy to see that many
;{{' '" ,'" ," I deaths might be avoided through
,,: ", ( eliminating dangerous driving
: habits.,We urge all motorists to use TULLER
I sound Judgement in their travels this
holiday,said Burkett. yr}
Chiropractic Center

E-Z' WHEELS Keystone Heights Office S

260B S. Lawrence ,
: Blvd.,
1320 N..Temple Ave. Starke
964-7783 4737213PAIN

Buy Here e Pay Here e

'. We Finance e, CONTROL INJURIES'

Headaches w....R U<*4

'83 Chevrolet Neck&Arm .SporUPnrmal ,"
4 Jet Black Mid Back ,
Speed .AM AccMnii 'I .
Low Back& Log '
595.99 Dn.. E-Z Payments '> ,
r( ",
83, Ford Escort 4-Door }'"

Fire Engine Red DR. RICHARD C.TULLER, )Y'.,
595.00 Dn E-Z Payments


Snow White Low Miles,
595.00 Dn. E-Z Payments


1979 Volare Wagon ,
One Owner Auto. w/Alr. :

Real Nice. Extra Special
Office Hours: 1
395.00 Dn. E-Z Payments Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: p.m.Sat. by Appointment




For less than you would pay rent! 'thoughts turn"to those brave ready ;to defend ,the very freedom'

people of our armed forces who died that' we so cherish.' On Memorial -
while serving their country. In times ,Day, we pay silent tribute to) themof

.i. peace and times of war: these' :all. Their deeds shall, never be,

No Low courageous men and women ,stood forgotten... they did not die .tn vain.
DownPayment fc Closing

S *2sjsfi>; w .k a Cost We Will Be Closed Saturday' May' 28,

AFTER 5 PM: And 30T'
Monday May
OFFICE: .t 473-3028 'K ,

9646533or or In Tribute, to Memorial Day I
d.< :, 431-1039
: 964-7282 ,,::f#, '
'-.. '
I"" .. ,- \Siii.1iK": ...:S-.;: ...: COMMUNITY STATE BANK. .

".' 3BR,11/2Bath .. FDJi f'
'i 'OPEN: p.m.Griffis' Construction Co. _____ _",
Mott: Frl.rurn.t115,, .S., W21nu9617830 ,----
'301 South Starke ,
Highway -
Saturday-a a.m.til Noon --



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Page 88 TELEGHAPll, TIMES -SECTION: M ,26. 1 88'

. Obituaries
I ''

Mr. Joe BrooksMr. ford here County from for 40 years, coming Survivors:> include her husband, Born and raised in Tampa K Martin officiating. 'Cremation ,Home' of Starfce was in charge of 1"ar-V:;' ,'

Joe Brooks! 87, of Keystone Perry, Fla. on Gainesville.Sept.:' 7, 1924 Born Mrs In, Sharon Peter Emil Galllrra-of Erdman Middleburg; a daughter two, 'entered and moved the U.S. Army during wv1 i' ,followed. Archie. Tanner Funeral, "rangemenUj. > ., ,, "; ,"(;' ,.',!'"".',, : '
Heights, died Monday. May 23 at his Danzy was a homemaker and a, ; where he was r :
sons, ..Timothy Erdman of
Starke employed by the Florida National
residence member of Macedonia Freewill
following an extended illness. Baptist Church. and Adam Erdman of Lawtey; a Guard as a mechanic,and also serv- '
''brother Arthur of Inverness ed in the Florida National "
Daly Guard
survivors include ; until Joans fashions
Born Apr. 21, 1901 In Randolph her daughter
two sisters his
Gladys Anderson of St. retirement in 1972
County. Ala Mr. Brooks moved Mrs. Bertha Mae Smith of Starke
to ;
two Ned James, N.Y. and Margaret Survivors include his,wife, Mrs, The Finest In Ladles Fashions ,
Keystone in 1964 from Talladega sons Danzy, Jr. of Lawtey
Glazerowltz of Farmmgdale, N.V, Andy Garcia three daughters Mrs.
;, ; ,
Ala. He of and Henry Danzy ol Miami a sister, '' ,
was a member Trinity ; and two grandchildren.Forest Vivian Van Allen of Jacksonville >Stark plaza 964.7651 :
Baptist Church. Reatha Watson 'Of Perry; nine Meadows Funeral Home Laura Garcia and Michelle Garcia,,
Survivors include wife, AudineC. grandchildren and other
his relatives. many was in charge of cremation arrangements both of Kings ley Lake; two brothers, SateDresses,1'M
Brooks : fyfemoriaC9-Coliday
; a daughter Emma Ja Onellia Garcia of Gainesville,and
Cole of Keystone; a son, Hoy 13. Robert Garcia
Miami two
Mr. Jean Drapeau grand-
Brooks of falladega; live'grandsons Mr. Rene Garcia'Mr. children. ,
and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Jean Baptist Funeral 20at ''plouses Skirts "
Drapeau, of
Graveside funeral 76 Rene Garcia, 68, of Kingsley services were held May ,; : '
services were
Hampton died Sunday, May 22 in the Archie Tanner Funeral Home .
held Lake, died May 18 at Bradford & Slacks '
i May 26 in Keystone Heights Bradford
Hospital following a brief Chapel with Jack Whitley, Irving
Cemetery with Rev. Charles Van illness, Hospital following an extended il Padgett, Delano Thomas and RedBuddy's .
Zant and Rev. Andy Bowman)",,officiating. Born "Feu., 27, \J91Z in Fall River lness.
.Arrangements were;!handled Mass., Mr. 'Orapeau !moved to 20% -
by Jones Funeral Horn Hampton over 40 years ago from Off'
In lieu of lowers, donations may Mass.He was a retired custodian at
be made to::American Cancer Society Bradford Middle School and a' ,
,.Clay County Unit P.O. Box 282, Catholic!; Lakefront Sale Begins Thurs.,May 26 i '
Orange Park, Fla. 32071 Survivors include) a' son. Roland Through Tuesday,May 31 '
Mrs. Jeanette ClarkMrs. Drapeau of :$<>m "rset, Mass; a Restaurant ,
daughter, Kayiuic Kopek Of Coal
Jeanette Arline Clark, 48, of Chester,( onh.; one brother,'George We Will Be Closed '
'Starke, died May 22 at Alachua, Drapeau of Fall River, Mass:;,one MON.-THURS. EARLY BIRD'' : :
General sister, Emma Cutuna of North'' "
Hospital following a brief il-
lness. Carolina; and "pne great grand- DINNER SPECIALS",',.' !:""' Memorial Day May 3 ft r
Born and raised. 'In Oakland daughter, Saran Urapeau'o' | "Fall" 5:307 P.M. (EXCEPT HOLIDAYS)','',,:':'
Maine, Mrs. Clark resided ""in River, Mass. ,: .
Webster, Mass. for 29 years bet ore Funeral arrangements will be an- SAUTEED ORBLACKENED ,"i$
moving to Starke in February of this< nounced at later date; arrangements FISH 4.99 /'
''year. She was retired from the are' 'being handled by FRIED CLAM STRIPS 3.99 "

and Elegant Textile Company Mass. 'Jones Funeral. Home of Starke. CHICKEN WINGS 3.99,(c, Take theCholesterol
was a Baptist.
'Survivors,,Include' her 'husband, Mr,.Daniel' Edwards. Abov. served with French Fries or Rlc.,' ,.
Cecil Wheeler; lour daughters,Mrs. .Jr. Huthpupplei and Cole Slaw '
Doreen Lefrancious and Mrs.
Darlene Boulris both of Rhode i'Mr. Daniel Hulfm "Edwards' Jr., Tes't'"th'a't
Island, Mrs. Debra Crews and Mrs. ,81, of Tampa, died May 22 in River Open 7 days a week ;
Donna Roberts, both 01 Lawtey; one, Heights Nursing Manor lollowmg an Lunch & Dinner,
son, Gary Wheeler of; Lawtey) her ,extended illness.
mother Mrs MarjorIe Parker of Born March 8, 1907 In Lawtey, Mr. Sun..Thur 11:30: 9 could

,Waterville; Maine; her brother, Edwards moved to, Tampa one year Fri & Sat 11:30: .10 : ,: '
ago from Rivervtew. He < ,
Gerald Clark of Fuscon:Arizona: ; 11 was a ",,I" ,
grandchildren pillar retired Tractor sales Co manager, and Methodist for Cater- 468-2394 :' ... I life. '
Funeral services were held May 24'! a save your '
'Survivors Include ;
at the First Baptist Church ot his daughter, : "
'Dorothy Hose Edwards Of Colum- "
Lawtey with Rev. David McNeil of- Lake ill ,,' '"
Burial bus, Ohio; a son, Daniel Ruifm Ed- .,', 'il.,\:,
ficiating. was in. Lawtey Santa Fe )
Cemetery with Archie, fanner'' wards Ill of Mom'oeL.a.;;a brother, o M BUDDYS N5 0 Join Karch Kiraly, U.S.1 Olympic voN "'i?\\I,,, '?.'
Funeral Home of Starke irt charge of ''sister William M. Edwards EllEdwards of Chicago; a oc W leyball gold medalist, in the national r"ar ,
Wilcox of
arrangements campaignagainst heart disease, by
Ft Lauderdale; ;and a grand-
:!Mrs. Mary Daiuy, daughter. ;''. ',* i SR26 having your cholesterol tested now. '
Graveside'funeral services were According to the National Institutes
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'Funeral'services for 'Mrs.' ,Mary' 'held May: 24 :'in Crosby" Lake .. of Health 50% of those tested have 1
Elizabeth Danzy of Starke 'will be, Cemetery'wtth' "Father"" Phil Gagan' :elevated cholesterol, a leading cause
held Saturday, May 28 at 11 'a.m. at OtlIClatlng.I ; 'Jones FUneral Home of of ''heart, disease (lAnd heart disease
Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church Starke handled the'arrangements. Bradford'Chiropractic' kills one' out of three Americans.
in ''Lawtey, with Rev, Henderson
Hudson officiating. Burial:will be; in Mrsl Irene JErdnian Center By reducing elevated cholesterol
levels 1%, we reduce
Peetsvilie Cemetery in Lawtey, Mrs.'Irene' ,Anne Erdmari ,::55:,
under the direction of Halle Funeral S the risk 'of having
Home of Starke. Lawtey, died May '20/.in: ,Alachua heart 'disease:, by,
Mrs. Danzy, died May 22' at. General Hospital., 218 SF( Walnut St. 2--a very good '
Alachua General. Hospital )In Born is New York, Mrs Erdman Next to the Chamber of Commerce return.
Gainesville. had moved to Lawtey: 6l/i years: ago.She
She lived in Brad The first
was a housewife. } 964-4957
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':" "' 'The Northeast Florida Teenage 'of his or her parents will'be inter* Low Back & Leg 'c Jj
Institute (NEKri is seeking 'viewed before the final selection Is1 f l1NJURIES L, j
teenagers who care for people and .made, .Wok. Rd.ied..'
want tojearn to, help others, to attend Applications are to be,submittedby e .Sf>0flf Fasting Not ..
a week-long training 'camp, May 20. For lurtner information f"-ll, PrtxMtil Necessary J
August 7-12.at Camp Chowenwaw or an application ,tall the'.River Ante Accident
''near Green Cove!'Sprtngs. Hegiori' Human'' Service, Inc\ in 'DRW.1)AVIUSIKES
Primary locus ot the program Is to 'Jacksonville, 35U'i5l! or Judy National Cholesterol Screening Program
provide'accurate information regar- Becker, 782.3502.: : ,
ding, substance ''abuse prevention. Businesses, I individuals, or CIIIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS Thursday & Friday May 26 & 27''
Peer counseling and leadership organizations) /may* help provide 4f/ THE TEAM APPROACH,
.Skills are taught to encourage each' scholarship lunds. fax deductible 'l. 9:00 am.0: p.m.
teen's'personal and social growth contributions can be made payableto
and to enable them to positively influence NEFri-pa. Church St.,,Suite, ANDREWS DRUGS
their Iriends and classmates 702, Jacksonville, FL. 32202. Area Q
away from substance abuse. contributors may designate that 356 W. Madison St. 964-7170
To qualify, the student must be m donations be first used tor students 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER StarkeFL $ 7
( ,grade 7 through 12, have at least a Irorii their.county or town. om.IMM...fi.....,..p8..>I,A-MI_ per Test
''C" average m School and be com- ,*TRIGLYCER1DES 4. GLUCOSE TESTS*
mitted to learning new skills and information WITH 12 HOURS FASTING
'WhiCh he"'or she may
share with friends, schoolmates and MOBILEHOME
'community. Each,!applicant\ and one

Centel EmployeesWill ,
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Most' employees of Central ,t INTERT1-ERM.
Telephone Company of "Florida' will HOME'3 TON $
'be olf Monday May 30, to celebrate CENTRAL AIR 1 1195.
Memorial Day WIth their families. A top-notch unit designed Installed
'f All CenteL convenience centers i ii for mobl'e' /homes Subject' 'to availability
i business offices and administrative
oil ices will be closed on that day. Single-Wide, ''Priced fromSAW
However, operations which require
f : around-the-clock staffing will YER
be manned and repair crews will be '
Tm standby in the event of a service .. -w ,:;rjll', [ .. ,
outage or other emergency 332 W. MADISON S T. .''PH. 964-7701 ," ,ii'",',

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from our dally Ilv ...our comforts,

'1988 ,FLEETWOOD3BR tv our peace and our freedom..to

( remember the men and women who ,,
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Quality Homes

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1988 4BR 2BA, '24x70 Monday, May 30 l '

w/optional! 5 or 6 bedroom For Memorial Day""E

LOADED! Banking will resume. usual xpec t more from us.:$KT;

Member FDIC

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J'j Fireplace, vaulted ceiling-Man Extras
: Jefferson, & Clark Streets 964-7050 Member: FDIC

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Orian' Wells Sponsors "Scramble" Golf 'Tourney' ''Danger Signals of

"Pinched Nerves"
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Orlan Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile tournaments will('be played acrossthe player may hit a "tee shot on every linats a..el?Jomeu py u turn' louring..,, I.Hoatidchet 7.Hto Pain "
,dealership on US-301N will sponsorthe United States during the :year, hole; however, each player's drive' pro to vie lor the National Title. 2, low Back Poln 8.TleU Mutrtft '
filth annual Oldsmobile! scramble The/ finals ol the National Division, ,must be used a minimum of two Last year, the team Irom tames 3.Shoulder pain 1.Pain: Down Leg i "
Golf Tournament, an event featuring a'$125,000' purse, are set times. The team decides which is the City, Florida, headedby local PCS 4. Muscle Spasm 10. Neck Pc'n' 9+ r '1/
which last year Drought together ,for October 21-241988, at Disney best shot All members may then hit pro Charles,Pnester, captured the: 6. Numbness In.Hand11,Numb Fingers
94,000 and World, 'm 'LaKe 'Buena Vista from the 6 OWInes 12 Numb'ooi';
professional amateur location ot that shot. The 54 hold ram shortened National Ti
goiters across the nation} The local 'Florida, ,- procedure is repeated until the ball tie ? Find out now vvtiether/ cordial,
scramble is set lor Saturday, June This year Oldsmobile is adding anew is holed. The tormat allows golferson Last Year Steve Simmons,Charlie professional( chiropractic, care cor
18,;at the Starke Golf and Country division ''called the Club Divi- ,many levels of skill to make. a' Flynn Aubrey McWilliams, Harold relloye your aches: and pair;; pfi ||
Club. sion. Teams; of tour players will be contribution to their team, Bishop and Pro Bill Adams won the' VIrgil Berry
", required to have a minimum han At the .sectional level, the PGA sectional, Jim Godwin replaced the! MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED,
More than 110,000 professional and dicap of 70 Only one teammate may Professionals Join the,winning team .deceased Steve Simmons in the '
amateur golfers' are exprected to have a handicap 13-16 with all from his local National Division finals, with Starke taking the,22nd -STARKE'CLINIC 964-8018
compete in this"year's Oldsmobile, other,teammates Holding handicaps; event. Sectional winners move on to position out of 200 teams competing. '
''scramble, the world's! largest golf ,of U or higher. the National Finals, and teams' Entry fee is $20 per golfer$80 per' 864 N.Temple, Ave. Across from Pizza Hut)
tournament!' Approximately, i,.,100, Inthe scramble format, each qualifying for the last round,of the team. Sign:\ up in the pro Shop, '

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Marine Sgt.. Jones Carrier

Receives Good a I

,Conduct Medal
Manne Sgt.Tommy G,'Jones, son
FOR QUALITY'S SAKE ,rr U s is TA+ e' r
i,0' Jackie 1*, thomas of Keystone F- jlllt l
Heights, was awarded the' "Id MIATIHO4COOUNO ./
recently '
U.S. Manne Corps (Good Conduct CALL: SAIK CONSTRUCTION, F i J'r FREE CHAR/FR --5-W45-
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Johns received the award for good --- ",ESTIMATES iIII! / 1'x' +vtn.wli'
behavior and conduct over a three- /
year period in the Manne Corps, He 'GreerPQrchOS, .,Pool Enclosures ''' / JJllhllltr.r *.
is currently serving with 2nd Manne .Patio Covers Vinyl & Glass Window? Iiilllllll/
Aircraft Wing. ''Marine Corps. Air ...Carports, .Concret"l" '& Wood,becksRoof
't' SutiwrwBeaufort' ,s.c: Financing Available Easy Terms For Mobile or Conventional Homes
.., e r Overs > SwImming Pools ..,
1 i 19Zi acc feSSSSt1O" Senior Citizens Discount c i:Financing Available f:M,v* : Carlton's Air
tie. Iannes In January of 1982 ,r 'Salk Construction Co. 2800 NW 74th PI. e Gainesville Conditioning
. Servlno North Central Florida Since 1975
y 1n 1C. # CR-CO10166 Call Gainesville 373-1O6O


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FOR SALE WANT TO DRINK. -- FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities $CREENED-IN front porch, )/l.. close to t lilli.. 205 N. T.mStGrk4t,
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THAT'S, YOUR BUSINESS I paid from $37,90 per ,week shopping center, $165 month Also, 1.

TWO BEDROOM HOME needs repair, WANT TO STOP MAGNOLIA HOTELS Walnut St.. by Post. apartment, 1/1, quiet' neighborhood L9' ella (eQ'lIll a5-
706 Thomas St, lot goes to creek. 'SOURS I Office. TF Available June I. $179 month. William
S120OO Owner terms at '9%. low Alcoholics Anonymous ))2isO MOBILE HOME 2 BR. t bath, on 1 D. Tiffin, Lie. Real Estate Broker, THE WATER WILL BE HERE FOREVER

down to qualified .buyer. .1.372.688K4ipd ; ,....4150 or '*''.2000 acre, $250 man"' 964.4238. 4/7TF 964.5069. Itchg 5/26 THE OPPORTUNITY ENJOY WILL NOTt
S, 19 6/9 pd thru 6/30 AC. ,THREE ROOMS 4 BATH furnished apartment '
THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath energy efficient { CHAIN LINK FENCEn, Installed Free COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO first floor front entrance, front CROSBY LAKE) cedar and stone Lokowood SID $1030001

house, built {In 1985 on 12 acres, estimates.' HANDY.MAN FENCE CO.. DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498 porch. $175 month, no pets, 964-2796. CRYSTAL LAKIt furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water $ 90,0001

landscaped, ooks, plms and f.nc.d Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 TF 4I4TFIN Itpd 5/26 CROSBY LAKE CANALl 2 BR. 1 Ba. CHtA, frame 41.000 I

pasture. Lok. Alto and Santa F. access SEWING MACHINES Sales and Service, TOWN: clean 2 BR house on shadedlot THREE BEDROOM, I bath LR. DR. kitchen CROSBY LAKE LOTS cleared 100' on water $198001

close by 5.11 oil or will divide land with all makes cleaned oiled, adfusted CHtA carpet. Prefer quiet workIng "on 2 a:r.. with bam, located Smiles WINDING TREE LAKIt lot 246., Fla. Frontier $ 15,000 [

good owner financing 468.1051. 2thc $15 All ''work guaranteed Corner adults. No pets For appt. to view from prison. 782-3139.) 2tchg .....COMMERCIAL_..

5119.26NEWLY Morgan Rd t CR 16, James Strickland call 964.6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month 3/26-6/2 __. SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great twa story building comer Call t Walnut St.. 3198

REMODELED! Four bedroom; 2 964.8733, 12/3TF plus security deposit Firm. 3/STF ONI BR APARTMENT pets, children t s..., clean excellent condition, live upstairs, have business downstairs, Best |
bo, CH4A in Ralford 33900. Call LAWN SERVICE for residents j,.-I, corn THREE BEDROOM 2 bath DW mobile 'elderly people allowed. Garden patio, location Enterprise Zone Benefits.

964 8602 after 6 p.mTFjm merclol. Landscaping tree. .wl..u ai, home with, I acre, $350 month plus redecorated clo.e'ln. Call 964.8601. WALDO 200x400 fenced, toned B-A $ 30.000 I

SPACIOUS 3 BR, 2 bath, convenient loco- lawns vacuumed. No ,job fou big or' small security deposit. Call Scott 3/26TF APT. BUILDING) 3 units fenced, close to shopping $ 45.000
lion in town, living room dining room, small. Free estimates 9644238 2/4TF 964 4602 after 5 p.m. 5/12 3tchg 5/26 'TWO 3BR HOUSES torrent, CHtA,'one 2 LOCATION. LOCATION I This prime comm.rClallocatian 507 W. Madison St
screened fireplace, 964.6654 PINE FOREST APARTMENTS now taking BR, $375; one 1 BR, $350
patio, WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 4u ,John plus deposit. from
directly across Wlnn Dixie' could be converted to suit needs.
after 6 p..m, 'Itpd 5/26 Deere $.0' per hour, Call anytime. applications for 2 ,and 3 bedroom Call 964.6560, Itpd 5/26 your
LAKE BUTLER) 12 unit trailer pork $ 55,000 I
782.3306. apartments, starting at $I 95 and $215.
4/7TFchd ,. 301 and. WASHINGTON ST.,262.9x109 ft. $ 91,900
CHI kitchen cable
fully equipped ,
am and 8 7823748. 5/12 3tpd .ready 1530 W. Madison St,. 964-6312, NOTICECLASSIFIED 301 SOUTH 135 ft,on 301, opprox. 2 acres (possibly 4 acres) $190,000
OUT OF AREA 6/2 p.m. AAon.Fri. 9.S p.m; Equal Housing Opportunity 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 83,000

COMPLETE' HOME REPAIR carpentry, 3/19TF BRICK SLOG 40OO s f. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan"" ; 1.5 acres $ 60,000

painting/ electrical 'timblng' LARGE TWO BEDROOM 1 bath home lit ADVERTISING should be submitted ENTERPRISE ZONE 145x163 ft.,near hospital $ 23.000
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS Wooded Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor town $350 monthly plus $100 security to the Bradford County THOMPSON ST.t 11.362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000
lots 1"lver'acc.... '
down. $65.41. $5450 Each.. Owner Nomoney TB0049306. Call Mitch, 473-3940. TF deposit 964,6058. 2tchg 5/19.26 Telegraph office In writing and paid In 301 Ns 1.5 acres MH hook-up. 2 bldgs, 240'on 301., great value $ 37.000

monthly "K 4 K CLEANING SERVICES Residential THREE BEDROOM HOME in town, convenient advance unless' credit Is already; 301 NORTH by Econolodge 163.01'on 301 $120.000
1 236 4579 or 622-2438.' $. 1/7TF
established with this office.
location, close to 301 NORTH 130'x 220' |
everything. $125.000
OCALA/MARION CO.I $500 ,down and DUeUtjnn, personal services) approximately opprox
references available. 4908,3/31 If Nice lot with variety of trees, owner
Magnificent- giant oaks, rolling hills RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .....ACREAGE.
anxious. Coll Roberts Real
1.5 acres $5995, $80 mo. 3 acres $9995, ROOFING new roof tear off ,and today. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER HWY. 32S 10 acres joins Alachua County line $ 25.500 I
Estate. 9646262. 51'1TFSOU
$11)$ mo. IP.S." CORP Realtor, 101 NE recover. Work guaranteed 'Call Lamar THE TELEPHONE. MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city 5 10,000 I IBROWNLEE
1st Aye.. Ocala, Fl. 32670, Sims 964-4331 anytime. Free' .Classified' deadline Is TUESDAY, RD.t 36.43 acres,owner financed, great location 5 82,332RD.
for 1 t 2 bedroom
taking applications
eltlma/ : 3/31 TF ,
904 629 6101. fcan 88-233 apartments. $199 and $219 month NOON prior to Thursday publication. 100 EAST) 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted S 7.000 I
DRY and
ABSOLUTELY THE, BEST OCEANFRONT your rugs carpetsIn ,CHtA, fully equipped kitchen cable Classified/ display deadline I I. TUESDAY, HAMPTON ocr...This property has everything $438.000LAWTEYiSocres
home or office 964 4507. 5/12
VALUE ON THE ATLANTIC new two 4tpd your 6/2 ready 964.7295 or 964,4214. S/26TF 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display 105th Ave..good Investment S 15,000RD.
bedroom condo. on Amelia1 Island. placement is NOT Guaranteed 100 II 12 acres plus fish pond, wide S 26,000 j
L t l SEPTIC TANKS, Installation drain. THREE BEDROOM I'Vt bath In city $390 open spaces
limited availability, { from 78900. field, and fill dirt. 964.2.70. 2tpd per month 1st and lost 964-5423 It Minimum charge for classified ads Is, PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.) 20.16 acres 3 wells, 2 poles,

'88 904/2610816 229 404998-7877. Icon 5/1'1,26 TRAILER IN COUNTRY 14x50, 2 BR, Ig. each IS words word for thereafter.$3.50, then 15 cents, for 2 septic tanks, owner finance, $30,000, or will split each 27,000

ROOF OVERS Cool your mobile home living room, kitchen, newly remodeled ..- .....lOn..... '1
LAND FOR SALE and save money. State license, in'sured plush carpeting shady trees, must COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES! 2 lots, one acre each $ 7,500 1 $ 8.700

CBCO 15388..' Call, 485-1156.I see to appreciate, 1 child maximum KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE lots $ 4.SOO |

2tchg 5/1'1.26 ,$245 per, month plus deposit. Meng .. .HOMES... .
LOT IN CITYs. 6000. for modular LAWN MAINTENANCE small and big Dairy Rd. 964-6714. Itpd 5/26 ? ?
App LAKE BUTLER first offering a rare 'find neat 4 clean brick veneer 3 BR, I'
home. Call 964-5764 after 5.' call jobs. Call 964 5402 or 964.7.107 0.m..9'p.m. 3 BR. 2 Ba home with carport on 4 acres HOMES
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lot close
boo 100x135. $ |
to hospital 45.000
Itpd 5/26 of land. |lUll outside city limits. Partially
3/07 tfn
> TRACTOR WORK'' SERVICES KEYTONEt High Ridge Estates 3 BR. A SMALL FARM 301 N., turn right ol NE 26th Av., end of rood 3,83 acres,
PLEASANT GROVE AREA off; Rd. 16' PECAN furnished kitchen equipped, $300
'''I 2 ba, CHtA, Fleetwood 2 full length
,MOWING HARVESTING month $100 fenced. 3 BR, 1 ba frame home 1532 s.f., two barns, kerosene stove;celllna I
West T2,9 acres, half cleared with 2 BR plus security depo.lt.96",6A93. '
patios, 10 ft. high 2-cor carport, chain '
DISC/LEVELING CRACKING keep S/26TF fans, 35 pecan trees, selling price $ 36.000 S Ji.
mobile, home used as rental Many trying link fenced yard, LR, DR. fireplace, f
US MYRTLE STi Neat 4 3/2 $
FERTILIZING THREE BEDROOM mobile home, furnishd tidy 45.000
choices for Farming animals.' .
,chicken{ houses use.trailer/ pork, housing Inf..J.O. Eunice 964-1230 ', CHtA, deposit, no'pets.'964.8816, Maytag washer. 4 dryer .Lake CONERLV ESTATES! 3/2 stone fireplace. 1800 s.f. $ 85.000 | r
5/26 Geneva nearby.'LAKEFRONT HWY. 22St 2/1 frame 3 stall barn newly rewired .
subdivision or first a home with a big 5/264tchgt/t6 Itpd ,,
',ord. AskIng .29000. Negotiable..; DON'T HAVE TIME or not able? We will STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to PROPERTY Building BRICK 3 BR. 2V4 bo, custom built on 1 acre $ 64,000 |

964-6305 ,days, or 964' .8970 ,and shop for you. ,also housework don., your work? We have clean mobile lot, new septic tank, approved for CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club. 3000 s.f. on :2 lots I
964.8705 after 6 p.m 5/UTF' Reasonable, 'senlor'citizens discount. homes available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF .well, power source, Little lake Santa GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex 215! Bradford Dr. $ 38.000 I I

MOBILE HOME PARK ''on Grlffis loop.! 964-5876 or '164.7..52..lpd. 5/26 WALDO VILLASI I unfurnished, 2 BR Fe. 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR. 1 Ba. Reduced $2.000 S 23.75O

Hwy 100-A. Stark.' Have 4" units and townhouse carpet, CHtA. 468.1971. CR 22S Near Lowly CB 4 WF, 3 BR, ,1 125 NEIL CT.i 3 IR, 1 Ba, carport, owner financing $ 36,000

acreage for more mobile homes; FOR RENT Equal Housing Opportunity." 3/10 TF 1 ba CHtA. 1 acre. IONOCHAMP HOME Brick 3 BR, I'/ Ba, _Insulated $ 45,255 I

$38,000. Call 964,6305 days: 964.897O, FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities{ STARKE 2 BR, 1 Ba. CHtA BRICK 4 or f BR, 1900 s.f., 1 acre. 5 yrs.old Negotiable

964.8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12 TF paid. From $37.SO weekly. Magnolia assumable FHA mtg. 642 N.WALNUT BR. 2 ba, handyman dream Best Offer Accepted Today I

'LAKE, BUTLER' Lots 3 S 4 corner SE 7lr, NEWLY DECORATED: everything furnished Hotel, Walnut St. by Post Office. TF FmHA HOMES l."erol3lR, 1M boo KEYSTONE Spanish style 4 BR. 2V4 boo 3450 *..., ))0 acres

Ave. and 7 St. } ,67 acres, toned corn* laundry facilities included. Video .lAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications great locations to choose from. Eligible KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBS 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500 s.f., wood frame.
m.rclal.lncludlng apartments $12,000 room available Will accept one child. for 1 t 2 bedroom apartments no down payment. Ineligible 10% new shingle roof,carpet $ 50.000 ,
cash Palms ., 2313 N. Temple CHtA, fully kitchen
financing ava9ilable; contractors no pets. Apt equipped down. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR. 2 boo Ig. FR. Ig.:
individuals. Owner. 1-755-4149. Ave., Starke 32091. 10/29 TF drapes, 782.3531. New Manager Equal UNION COUNTY 135 Ac.: beautiful kit/DR combo.20OO s.f., CHtA. city water, 2 septic tanks, exc.'condition.

2tpd 519.26COMMERCIAL f2d5 MOBILE HOME. 3BR, 1 bath 2/4TF, on 'Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF 2700 s.f, home with 'Ig. oaks t pecan Asumoble mart. $26,000 8%. pmts$223.98/mo. Sale priced I $ 55.000
964.4238. TWO 1 bath mobile home
$250/month. BEDROOM ,
PROPERTY ADULT one acre.PARK; Clean 2 BR mobile home furnished' In country. In Pleasant Grove trees, fish from 2 private fish ponds, BROOKERi 3/2 brick and 'r_. Shady Oaks SID extra lot'. .-, "". --f -"$....000
Ideal for hors. 4
'/> mile from city. Nice neighborhood. or.o. $173 month $100 deposit. Call cows. [ MENG DAIRY RD.t 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA so near S 40.0OO

RENTLEASESALEFOR 468-1323. 108TF'STROUT .964.8970 or 964.8703 after 6pm; NEAR GAINESVILLE Off CR 231, lAWTEYi BR. 2 ba.., 2 story?..1 acre, 100 yrs. old $ 36,000,
5/12TF wood frame 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHtA.formal

.FOUR BEDROOMi baths unfurnished !dining family room, sitting In 10 After Hour
LEAS'E, 1.000 eft.. 301. South, ,
sq. acres of planted pines. Great Invest
'acros from ,n.w KOA/Wolmart. home with,. CHtA In Ralford, large Ann. Terwlllegar Nelson 473.7541

964.8848. 964,8447, or eves, 473-3627 yard, newly remodeled. $350 .per mo ment. John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
Pick Your
REALTY 1st, last and lecurlty..964.8602: after 6 Up Entry Form
4/16 tfnehg Pauline Randolph 964-6323 j
For Fr.
a 7-Day ,
FOR SALE OR lEASE 139 E. Call St., 3500 Incorporated 'p.m. TF {5)
If. with 2 entrances on first floor. Cor'n Broker "THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath LR, DR. kitchen Caribbean CruU for Two I Lan. Londo ''''.7051

.er' of Call t Thompson St, Clyde W. 838 N. Temple Ave.U.$. 301)Starke )' laundry room -private RaifordRd. MATHEWS REALTY Joy Thornton lUll swims' 964-4223 1

Simpson Co., 90..356.68"1.. ,'.5/5 4tchg Fl 3209 $260 month, $100 deposit.
5/26 964-8931 964-5940. 2tchg 3/19-26 REALTOR
2/1 HOUSE with carport screenedinporch
FISH. mobile CAMP home; totally, lakefront equipped acreage tavern, '.66: Great buy )In this 5 BR, 5 boo plus a utility room $230 month. 441 Madison

owner finance 10%. John Curies block home and. 18.99 oc., pecan Also, 2/1 house, screened In back Stark. FL 32091
grove, only 1'/. mile on Edwards Rd. porch with a work shed. lust painted Inside
United of Starke. 964 8447 Line
Realty ; eves (Across from Wlnn Dixie) County, Nursery
..73.3621.5/19TF Home has apprax. 4 000 sq.ft. area and.out. $250 month, available [ '

,SMALL BUSINESS FOR SALE Keystone new appliances. June 1. William D. Tiffin, lie. Real 964-44o & Landscape

Heights. R.ply to Box 1236 Keystone 1461:'4 BR, 3 bath block home in town, Estate Broker,,964-5063. Itchg 5/26 Owned't Operated by David Walnwrlghl I I
school E. Lauro St. Low down Qf34-63O6
HI... Flo 32656. Kept Confidential. near on N
:2Vi Miles East of Stork On-SR 1A ,.
Itchg 5/26 pmt. and qualify for existing mortgage 1

|_ I. Complete Landscaping & Design

PERSONALS 1458: Laundromat' packaged meat .
e Plant Sales Cypress Mulch
sales Included, Waldo. l ,

A: WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE '.64: 21, Unit Motel, .Incl. efficiency f .Irrigation Design & Installation

Australian. European. Scandinavian opts., restaurant Sodding., Sprigging'& SeedingAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
High School Exchange Student arriving 4470: 24 Unit Motel'cHic opts..;office, ,

|In August. Become a hast family for many amenities.

American Interculturol Student Ex-' Ask' about our mobiles on small oc.

,Change. Col800SIBLINGw) ., fcan parcels (Good bargains).


JjAVERN Broker H. OUTLAW f. r A : I AcceleratedJZeaftr r

Thinking of buying or
Susan Faulkner.. GRI,, CRB PRESIDENT
selling? Call us/ : 9644544Hwy.. :

S .964-4522 Evenings & Weekend* 'E L 5ll1L C11( Ty.9{ LfJJYi9C; 1 .

> Located Hwy.301 .2 Blki S. SR,100 221 W. Lafayette! Street [@]
Patty Kay tlaerraKA
R *. 004S370K L. Dodfe. MSA, CRA Res. 8843089I : Starke, FL LCI! :

y C. Waters Suzanne Kitchens WATERFRONT) Crosby lake IC completely' furnished 2 BR,, 1'Vi bath with nice | REALTOR

Re*. 904-6041 i.Opal I Res. B040512DavU dock Coll for a showing. ./ Homes' 'Lots / Acreage Waterfront :
1 ACRE WITH WELL and septic on paved rood. ,

Dlckson | | *NEAT 2 BR 1 both on Gelger Rd./ kitchen equipped. Only $31,000.. I/ Farms ./ Commercial .

'tRes. 904-7333 REALTOR HWY. :301 N.t 914' frontage 10 acre commercial property.

Designated Appraiser* BROWNLEI RD, WEST 3.73 acres, has 3 BR, 2 bath brick veneer, beautiful
BEDFORD LAKE 2 BR/IBa frame CHtA, Stove, .efri. Carpet 4 Drapes .
Your Pull Service Real Estate Office trees and shrubbery. .
Dock, Workshop SW trailer Lot Apr 193x230 H. $85,000.
Business *CLEAN 4 GOOD LOCATION on Adkins St., 2 BR. 1 boo beautiful large lot In .
Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial I LAWTIV ARIA 3 BR/IBa Frame. 1 acre. 19000.

low $3Os. 141 N. GRAND ST. 3 BR/1 Ba Frame Well 4 Septic 2 Acres: $22.000. .
UNITSi 2 building 'In town reported good Income.:
A Few of Our Many Listings story I SAMPSON LAKE r 3 BR/2Bo Lot Siding,'' 3000 SF CH4A. Stove. Refrl 4
*HWY. 16 Wi 1 acre has 12x60 MH plus 2 built..... rooms, very clean 4 neat, .
Dishwasher Ceiling Fans.Well 4 Septic large Lot on the Water, $133,000.
CHtA. has workshop and Ig. utility building only 25000..
PINE WOOD DRIVI 2 BR/IBa CB, Kitchen-Dining Combo Family Room,
-A WARREN STEVENSON HOME lAWTEYi 8.42 acres, stucco 4 8R.' I ba, mostly fenced bam 4 fish pond. .

Now Under Construction HWY. 329 toward Alto Lake. 3 beautiful acres, from. 3 BR 2 boo CHtA, only $27.900.
eee NORWEGIAN BRICK 3 BR/2Ba CHtA. Range 4 Refrl.. Carpet, 1200 SF, .

43900. Assumable mtg. Workshop, Solar Hot Water System, Well 4 Septic. Stocked Fish Pond. $.SI
Choose your own Color Paint a Carpet REDUCED :34 acres of wooded land off Hwy 229. .
I Ac. Fenced.
ee SMALL FRAME 2 BR, 1 ba home, completely fenced on small tot.:Under .
1/2 catfiedrej: telling,fireplace $20.000. t Dining Family Rooms .
. 1416 4 Well 4 Septic lot lake ,
: CHtA SF. Drapes Carpet. large Privileges.RIVER
FRONTAGE 2 BR/1 Be SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition.Well
On Edwards Roed.-$ e.6OO 10 ACRES off 301 North. Can be used 'for mobIl. home or building site.PINIBREEZI .
4 !.5 Ac. $26.000.
S/Di large 4 III, 2Vi bath home, nice lot.. .
NEAR CROSBY LAKI.2 BR/1 Ba Frame tlvlng.Dlnlr'l1lll00m. Kitchen, Stove
NEW LISTING I Starke excellent neighborhood, 3/1'Ai eat-In kitchen and more.Fenced HOMI AND GOING BUSINESS on N. 301, ;<
4 ..Irl, Porches, 100x200 ft. Lot. w.lla Septic. 21900. .
*4I ACRES nice high land In Brooker area ..
yard. < ", LAWTIY i BR/IBa Frame, large Living 4 Dining Rooms, Porches, Large
FrtA NICI BRICK HOMI on 2% acres, ,room ossumoble mortgage. .
NEW HOME Storke.. brick. financing, large lot, many amenities.. family Lot, City Water. .

WALDOt Neat 1400 s.f., 3 bedroom CHtA. 34000. .
CLEAN 4 HEATs 2/1. good location only $28,600. .-. .. .. ..
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BRICK-MORGAN RD.I 3/2. CHtA on two acres. j : ; 44 ACRES 4 Brooker. Will divide Owner Financing" w/Good Terms. .

NEAT AS A PINt New roof, new bathroom, close to Stark. s s Call one of our Professionally.Trained .-. 10 ACRES .Will Divide. Pecan Grow Well 4 Septic. Owner Financing. -

TWO STORY, Redecorated 1800 s.f., In Starke. 39000. .. 1t ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grave, Fish Pond. Owner Financing.: .

,REDUCED Convenient to town and schools 3/1 remodeled. Staff ACRES .: Good Commercial Location on Hwy 16W. .

REDUCED) Handyman special: duplex In Starke. ., Today ... ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home.

EDWARDS ROi 4/2. CHtA. up to 10 acres. LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. of Lake Frontage.'; .

.' 'LOCATION LOCATION In Starke. custom home on 3 acres. 964-5069 I.AKllOTS Crosby 4 Sampson. Owner Financing.

LARGE BRICK HOMfi 2700 .I.. CHtA. beautiful neighborhood. Call for oppolntfment. B ACRES On Hwy 301 South. .

n or after hours call: : HWY SOI SOUTH Good Business Location.

REALTOR ASSOCIATEV-tvenlngi I J CITY LOTS ? Northeast Section.

.Call l/i About Iron L. Faulkner..944-5142 LARGE AREA OF LAND I* Northeast Section of CIty.



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'17 TOYOTA 4x4i SWB AC 3 speed OD. STEEL BUILDINGS FOR RENT :2 bedroom, fond one-half CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted MAINES' INSURANCE AGENCY.' 25! c. STORAGE HOUSES Need extra

block with sport stripes, chrom. front 40x75x12..$3.43 It.40nlOOxU.$3.39tt.. bath, townhouse with attached garage to I/he lake Region Monitor office Main Street.. Lake Butler, 496-3978. have 5.10 and 10x10 storagespaceWe mini

and rear bumpers, cloth seats, carpef near school. 473-3681.; 4tchg 5/12-6/2 In writing and paid'Inadvance. Complete Insurance Service.. 4/10 tfn. warehouses, Hale and Associates'
gray Int.rlor, b.dlin.r I Lists for 50x100x16-.$3.32 ft. KEYSTONE CENTER executive pecan unless credit is already established 4963939. tfnehrg. 1/7 '

$14.100 new, now $1 1.ooo. 17,000 paneled office pace, $223 per month ,with this office.MONITOR HElP WANTEDGOOD REFRIGERATOR freezer, .washer, dryer
miles 9645812.' TFc. ft.70.100x14.$2,90f1, 473-4961. 5/19 tfnchg STAFF' CANNOT: BE HELD ,and stow' Call) 4962090. 5/19 2tchg.
CHEVY '/ TON ,4x4 PARTS front and 100,100.12-.52.76ft: KEYSTONE CENTER 500 tq. ft, office or RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 5/26
rear axles, transfers, transmissions, ALLIED STEELt. 1-800-43S-4U1 shop. $220 per 'ma. .473.4961, 5/19 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD I IS! TAKEN OVER' PEOPLI GOOD PAY GOOD SPINET CONSOLE PIANO BARGAIN
etc. 9645812. TFce 5/5 4tpd 5/6 tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. BENEFITS Com in and talk with us. Wanted! Responsible. party to fake
1tlO FORD ECONOLINE 300, 6 cylinder SEVERAL ITEMS Brq for 198? Mazda; FISH SWIM SKI $300 mo. Half Moon Classified deadline is It:00 amprior' 'Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd ''over low monthly payments on spinet'

$2495. Call Bob Mothews, 964-4469 or baby bed with mottritt; Stalila lake, Melrose, 1 1 BR, large great room (a Thursday publication. Street, Lake Butler 4963601. tfn/chg piano See locally Coll 1(800)327-3345( ) ,
9647281. Stchg 5/12-26 system, make offer Call. Scott W/D hood-up ,low utility bill, First, Minimum charge Is 15 wards for$3 SO 1/21'' SERVICE\ Ext. 102. 5/5 4tpd. 3/26
1'$4 BUICK. REGAL ..c. cond., 53,000 96<1-4602 oiler S p.m. 5/U) 3tchg 5/26 last a security.. 475-2857 2tchg then 15 cents. for each word thereafter FEDERAL. STATI $79,150 AND CIVIL, Now BEAGLE PUPS Nine weeks old; From
miles silver w/blue interior 2 dr, f PW. SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare, 5/26.6/2 JOBS 516,000 yr ; Hir good hunting stock. $15. References,
PS. PB tilt 'wheel,, cruise control recipient with, o qualifying 'condition, ON LAKI GENEVA Furnished 2 BR PERSONAL SERVICES Ingl! Call Job Center 1(619)5656513( ): Call 4963099. 5/19 2tpd. $/26 "
Ext. J5796 24 hrs. 5/12 3tpd 5/26
AM/FM stereo cassette. 964.7545 or call toll free number for ,more Informa home w/large living room, d/r, bath 'FEDERAL. NECTARINES You pick at Martin' Fruit
9648569. 4tchg 5/19-6/9 tion. t-800-445-4174. Ian 83.230 large deck'' overlooking lake. Dock S WILL BABYSIT In my home. Daytime or Farm, Ft. whit. Start picking Wednesday
1981 DODGE OMNI 024 Coupe', ,CROSS TIESt facilities available. "473-2919. hour Reference' available, JOBS $19,495 76800. Immediate.openings
Sport $5 each Call: anytime. laundry evening Call JOB LINE May :25th.. until oil gone. $.30 a
good condition air 4 speed 40 mpg 4851950. Itchg 5/26 5/26 tfnchg 4733732. free 3/196/2) pound any amount. 4972621. Hours
$975 or besf ofler. 468-1051 2tchg LARGE ATTIC FAN-good condition; gas 2 BR LAKEFRONT fishing, skiing swimming 'WILL CLEAN your house for you 1(518)459-3611( ) Exf. F3448A for ap o.m to 8 p.m.. MoiirSot, Itchg, 5/26
5/19.26 '.love' and kitchen mk, .533.2251'ltpd ,etc. $250/week. 473-38.56.. 4tpd Honest, dependable, good references. plication. 5/19 3tpd 6/2
WANTED! (Title not Required. ) Old convertibles 526NURSERY.ALL 3/26-6/16 Phone 473-4962 free 5/19-6/? HIRING BLUEBERRY PICKERS AND

193060. Mercedes, PLANTS ," onv gallon 3 BR MH IT5. No pets. Include water. PRESSURE WASHING Houses, ,mobile PACKERS North, ,of Gainesville off YARD SALE

Cadillacs, Buicks. Olds, Ch.vrel.tJaguar container, $! eai.llJ'J0978; or HighRidge' Estate*. 7166 Pembrooke. homes, pools,.decks, sidewalks. Free SR340. Look foe signs.' Call 485-2669. ,. ,' '
_ Prefer running restorable.. 782-3268 between 3.8 p.n' (Ichg 5/26 St (II.flof Piedmont) Itpd 5/26 estimate*. Call Rob 4733590. 5/19'3tchg. 6/2 ; Assemble
EASY MAY 28h 8 a.m.-until. B.J.
WORK I Excellent ) SATURDAY,
'Any Mercedes con'ld.r.d.205870.l1n BABY ITEMS; crib playpen high chair 'ON LAKE GENEVA 2 BR, r I BA, LR/DR 3/5ifnchg pay
Call for inlormatlon. N.W. 3rd Street
home Foister hous.360
products at
daytime, fcan 88-228 .troll r. Call Sherrie, 964 092)) after 6., combination No children, no pets, CARPENTRY, ADDITIONS, REMODELING .
8003, Ext A 8401. l Itpd. 5/26 Girl 'clothing, odd and end!.
1(504)641( ) -.
1964, GMC PICKUP V ton short p.rrt. Itpd 5/26 Garage apartment. S22S/mo. plus.. ''DECKS no lob too big or .moll. 5/26
wheelboie, 6 cyl. 'runs good with SOFA LOVESEAT SET. *artl -luit.' color, deposit, 475-1)29.) 2tpd 5/26-6/2 < Reasonable 'ro..., Quality' work. Bargain. galore Ttpd' .
heavy duty b.d with '/. ton Tommy-lilt. Call 964.8832, Mon-Frl after 5 p.m. No, 2 BR MH, New AC, fenced, .close' to 473.9096. tfnchg 5'5 FOR RENT'CLEANEST """"
$500.782-3121. Itchg 5/26 calls alter 9:30 p.m. Itpd 5/26 schools, carport lake privileges Call SEWING MACHINES CLEANED' oiled and LAND FOR SALE1.3S

H75 FORD BRONCO 4x4 AT PS stereo COCKATIElS now for ole: $35 to $50. 473-4221' pr'' VV04-388-6109, '2tpd adjust tension In your home. Special
radlals, carpet excellent condition Contact Ida Lee Brown, 964-5934.' Itpd;! '526.62ON 1495. Repair all brands. Work. nished all electric,'central h.ot'and ACRE PARCELS 160 6cre, farm,
4200. '964-6174 alter S p.m Itpd 5/26 5/26 LAKE GENEVA New mobile home,' 2 guaranteed. 473.7862 3tfr 5/12-26 air, paved road la'indry and would moke nice horse farm low
19" CHEVY CITATION! blue AT, AC 4 ALICIA HAY In rolls under barn Delivery, BR, "IV BA.icarpeted, L/R. Nice shadedlot LAWNS MOWED $8 average lawn, private financed. Ap-
down ,
park playground. Near schools, "hasp, payment owner
door, hatchback. Asking $).000 OBO. available,' Arthur ,Gaskm' .782-3727.. dock & laundry 4MOBILE facilities, 4732919.' Some lightly higher, 473-4053: 2tchg state facilities PINES SR-12teast, lakeButler prox, 1/2 acre, paved road, with'2bedroomrnobile
7823948. 5/26 2tchg 6/2 5/26TF 5/27 tfnehg i 51926TRAILERS SR18. Hale
Call 496-2366 Two 'childrepmax. .home on
SEVERAL ITEMS stove hot'' BUILT to specification, ,
_' ; ,got gm your and no pets, chg/tln 5/21 ,,'and Associates 4963939. tfn/chg.
water* heateri machine 473.362.. 2tchg 5/26-6/2
stereo 782.3116.Ichg 5/26 ''HOME. IMPROVEMENT repairs; addition Portly furnished. Call '496-3814 or
BLUEBERRIES-U-PICK or we pick, Snap,' 2 BR 1 BA Mobile home with fireplace. .or complete building 30'years 4962953. 5/26 2tchg 6/2 ,"
beans, squash, broccoli 964-7550.. Itpd High Ridge Estates. 473.0352 day ,or experience serving Bradford and Cloy .TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES Near CARS/TRUCKS
5/26 473-7919 after 5:30. 21chg S/I9-26 Counties",473-4018. 5/28 tin schools.. Water-sewer-garbage furnished. '
1000 TONING Sunal .
FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? reasonable, Call alter 4.30
{ ';24X52 DOUBLEWIDE, BR, 2 BA hit her Very '
Tanning 'Pawn Shop US 301 North Temple Ave? closets iir' master bedroom; Ceiling Hou.ut of level'?? LoRue leveling p.m. 496.2020., Itpd. 5/26 1982 FORD FAIRMONT $1,70O.. ,Colt'
Call for color ,
Exercisers. FREE
Next to Bradford Motel, BUY, SELL. ,
service for all your foundation repair, 496.2101.5119 2tchg. 5/26 ,
fans In all rooms $18.000. You move,
Save to 50%
catalogu. TRADE. Phone 964-5440 Erwin, Pert- ,
473-7925. :2tpd 5/26-6/2 473,7721J, 7/9 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS 1984 BUICK REGAL Mint condition A/C
18002286292. fcan 88-236 MOBILE HOMES
sack owner 5/26 4tpd 6/16 power steering, brake, cruise control
MOBILE HOME PARK 'on Grlffis Loop lR, DR. BR FURNITUREr all for $300( or FOR SALE' tinted, window. and more, Con be teen
Acr.oge for mar. mobile homes best oiler. Misc. Items. Call, 964.8049 HELP WANTEDFULL and test driven at PETTIT or Call
38000. Call after 5:30: p.m., '9648970or after 3 p.m: Itchg 5/26'' '" I and trade "' 496-3505; after 7 p.m. 5/26 2tpd. 6/2
RAT sell collectible
964.4480 3/3TF HAND TOWELS J6.50 doten PART-TIME positions open at Buy .I9S7 2r.M' ,ZIMMER MOBILE HOME .1981 PLYMOUTH HORIZON Stick shift
OWN YOUR OWN' APPAREL OR SHOE washcloths, .1.50' dozen; sheets $.11 New" life Acres Rest Home Also need Items and antique Used furniture, Three bedroom 2 bath, ,central heat, runs good. S4SQ. Call 496-3505. after 7p .
STORE. CHOOSE FROM: Jean/Sport 'do..n. all white. Underwood. Motel, beautician. 4752108. 2lchg 5/26-6/2 glassware |jewelry and much more and girt fully Carpetedfireplace,' .m.. 5/26 2lpd. 62i'MISCELLANEOUS '
swear," ladies, Mens, Large'' Sites', Hwy. 301- North ,Itchg 5/26 ,MASON MASON TENDERS S6-S9 forlaborers 'Come see for yourself 'One mile east stove, refrigerator;. dishwasher, .car "
Petit, Dancewear/Aeroblc Bridal. of Keystone Heights on Highway, ,100. Screened back front deck "
> MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND SAlEf POOR'BOYS $10$13 for masons, Call Billy port. porch
1 Lingerie or Accessories. Store. Brands: PRODUCE.. Low, low prices.Watermelons 'Cox, Masonry alter ..3pm. '4732961.2tpd 473-2183.3/5 tlnchg ,' 'You move." Call 496.2694, 5/)9) 4tpd. ,
Liz Claiborne> Healthtex, Chaus; Lee,, I S'266/21 6/9 i "

SI, Mlchele, Forenza, Bugle Boy, Levi. beans,,bell okra pepper, bananas pole ,beans,1green can- DRIVERS, for ,,over the road'' tractor HOMES FOR SALE 'TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME ,in'Lake ,JETS 'Shop,'Jet' '.*'' l for soma,,at" 'your;
Organically Grown,' Lucia, Over 2000 '. ,' Butler ar.a.$175.0\. month. Colt needs.' Feb 4th.. 265
: talopes, silver queen corn.. tomatoes, trailer, ,;Must be'' 25, stave 21 years '' clothing Opened ,'
>others. Or $13.99 One Price Or Mult). squash;: cucumbers.1 turnips and ,verifiable, :experience, good driving> 'GOVERNMENT' HOMES. from $1 ((11'r.polr 431-1714 or 4962555.. 5/19, ,. 2Ichg:5126', N.W.. .7th' Ave. Open: Tues:, Thurs.i
Tien Pricing Discount or Family Shoe mustard fresh honey. Rd. 100 'record and references: Call between ). repos,: bock tax 1 property'' &, I Frt, and,Sat, 5/5 4tchg. ,,526LOSTFOUND. .
Store. Retail Prices unbelievable for greens* morel' Call: -518-459-3546 Ext. H3339A, .
and F Davis NOTICEI
South Poor Boys Produce Itpd 5/26 10 a m.?: 2 p.m. M ..Express,
top quality shoes normally priced from .5 PC. LIVING ROOM SET $700 best of 904.964 6619. Itpd 5/2' for listings 5,0119-6/2 ,
or !
$19 to $60. Over 250 Brands, 260Ostyles. ,GENEVA LAKE ESTATES .3 BR.2 BA?;? THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD "
fer. 964-8749. Itpd 5/26 .., ,
aid & "
$17,9OO la $29.900: Inventory car garage, central heat pump/ FOR MISTAKES IN .
Airfare Grand .PRODUCED squash; corn, beanspeas', .Y.\RU SALES Screened 'lot RESPONSIBLE ;' .:Last ...n'2
Training' Fixtures, and porch large shady CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER .LOST. WAIKER'GYP Shy.
cucumbers (pickling regular) '
ill 'Opening, etc. Can op.n 15 days MrjSidney $72,000.. Call for details anytime miles west of lake Butler on SR-100.
, ((404) 2524489. Itpd. 5/26 Carter.tomatoes 5/26-4tod, :etc. We 6/16 pick.. 9647481.. ,: SAT SUN' 75$6: Bay St.:.behind, football, 475.3353. Malrose. Open /house, Sot A Classilied THE deadline Is .MONDAY. 5. call Jacksonville ..collect. ..744-7782..
field 'misc1. 'Items. some new Sun. 103. Itchg 5/26 /.11 5/26 ,'
--' 2tpd ,
PORTABLE machine '' ..P M., prior Thursday publication.Minimum
sewing ?,household Items, clothes, tools, books, PARADISE LAKE lakefront home, and '
words for $3 50
RESORTS $50; Whirlpool gas dryer, $100, window air conditioner cheap. charge Is 15 >
VACATION OR' Custom built 5/2, '
cottage :
for each word PLANTS
964-8754 eves, 386 W, Wsldon, Itpd ltpd 5/26 fireplace, large deck, Excellent loca then 15 cents 1".rea'ler. ,

RENTALS 5/26 SAT. 'MAY 28 333 S. Lawrence Blvd. lion .near schools. Many'' extras. ,, I .
STRING BEANS 'U-ptcli'or Wa-pick, '$::5 1 Keystone Heights. 8303. 1 tchg 5/26 $98.OOO o b.o. 473-3321. Itpd 5/26 t" DAYLILIES 333 clomps at'$2.50 and $5.00or
COTTAGES. Fully, furnished. Doily. and $8. Call 964-5630" alter 7 ,p.,..,. !chg 5883 WHITE SANDS RD. Complete twi/i'' WATERFRONT PROPERTY Half Moon. WORK WANTED I 113 cons at S2. each. :30 or more dif

weekly, monthly' rat... Also' mobile 5/26 .bed BR suite 10 ft. Jon boat 3 HP Lake ,1 t BRtlarge gr.at'room. very ferent blooms, tale thru Saturday, May

''tats- UON..llqrn.r.ark spqcjM far.eaUaacl'bcvaeac ,uGATEx> POST5t.'ioegh cuts, iffili4fp 'motorother'-items.; Sou 9-4..' 473-4139.':' 'energy efficient. Beach,carport, fenced ; NEED BABYSITTER TO COME TO HOME in 28th. SRW:,lacrosse.. .462-1561." Itchg.:
M ,,,r ''t., ,, VIEW RESOWAUJ3.M6.; | >treated, plneMmbvrs..8"xa''x8! $21.33; 1 tchg 5/26 : 'v yard, W/D hook.up. ,deep well. Butler watch I 1/2 and 2 1/2,, 5/26'. ,
Highland Rd.. Franklin, N.C. '{(704)) 4"x8"x8' $13.33; 6"x6'x8' 12.00: FRI. 8.5 SAT. May 77828. Miscellaneous 475-2857 2tchg 5/26612 lake to ( "
524.4605. 6/11 tfnchg Stephen Smith Lumber; 4682624. Open 'items-,180( $W Citrus St. Itpd 5/26 ; 'year olds, ,7:30: a.m.; 'to 2:30 p m4
GATLINBURG SUMMITl breathtaking Mon-Fri 30-5 p.m.. Sot. 9-2 p.m, 5/26 '' ' days a week. Call 496.1332, anytime,
GARAGE SALE 5883 White Sands Rood.
"J'CARS' after 3pm. 5/19 2tchg.
view of Gatlinburg. Mountain and ski 69PRESSURE .
3fchg Complete) twin BR suite, 10 ft. |ton boat. ; .' ". I'
... Fireplace and private balcony TREATED PLYWOOD: W .
5 other 9-4 .
hpmOlol' items.'Saturday
clubhouse with Indoor pool and focuzxls. $10.99; 3/4" $16.50,' 'not treated V'"' BUY SELL. TRADE auto* or trucks run. "
Weekend special Free Brochure., $7.99: 3/4" $12.75. Now stocking nails, 'f'tWO'. phone, 473, -4139: Itchg. ,5/26 ning or not. 473-3634, 2tchg 525.62e TUNE UP YOUR AIR CONDITIONER

J t 18002424853. fcan 88'-234 Stephen Smith Lumber, 468.2624U7 ml. LOST AND FOUND
MARCO ISLAND Florida on beach 22'. South of Starke on 301. 5/26 3tchg 6/9 .. ,. AND SAVE MONEY!

oceanfront terrace overlook 'white LAST WEEK I 2x6x10 treated pine $3.35, 'CHILD'S PURSE found at Keystone Slate
sandy beach, pectocular 'sunsets, Stephen Smith Lumber 468-2624. ? mi Bank Annex Bldg. Identify and claim, EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! ?
heated cable, tennis, low of Storke 30r. 5/26 :3tehg 6/9'' TRANSMISSIONREPAIRS
pool Jacuzzi S. on 'Itfr I 5/26 ,BEAT THE HEAT! t tAn
rate.. 8136425483. fcan 88.235'
air rondilloncP In Rood: working r raoa

FOR SALE TRAIN order will give\ more economical 4 hnd Q

TO BE A reliable service than one that Is f In ,

WHOLESALE ALUMINUM KITS delivered PROFESSIONALSECRETARY need of nll<.>ntlori"Jm.lllk'r.!' your\ ",

direct to you. Florida rooms, glass or. Trans Coolers, automobile rang' !heller after a
screen, skirting siding, roof overt, car lunc-irri/ >,''so will your nlr t'nodltloiicr 'ic -
port Instruction and Installation .SEC/RECEPTIONIST I All Makes'RebuiltAutomatic after\ Sawyer Gas and ApplUncpS i--Lyr

available. Call tollfree 1-8CJO.{62.4308. .EXEC. SECRETARY ] I provides you with our pre.RcasoitCentral ; ,r '
fcan 88-232
MUSICAL ,INSTRUMENTS!' As low as Start locally, f"I1'- llme/'parll Train to 09 aI Transmissions ) Air,condit IOnrrTltn6l p ,

month Call 9646946. tin I time ,Learn -word processingand Program.
'NEWSPAPER$14.99 per PLATESt Aluminum. [ related .ecr.lorlalsklll,. TRAVELAGEN : Clutches For the!'<.>arly-blrrl's special; \ pi i-I If ,/.we. wilt lurk: Ifif1 followIng'on

Measure 24x36". 25 cant each. Great I Home study and resident train- | 'I TOUR GUIDE Service your. ,Central Air orll 'teal, rump:' .

for patching and repal,.,, TELEGRAPH [ Ing. Notional headquarters $ .
i Ynod AMI
Call ) /;
.I'ft" .00.
135 W. Call St. '9646305. I Pompano Beach! Fl. I Transmissions Oxmillnf 1'ncssurr.. 'nn Molitn.I .
TV, :26" RCA complete ,!: |: ::
We CONSOLE stereo RESERVATIONISTIStart 'Jolnts.8et'PJace Mr rillrrs
3'' $500. > C/V RcipJ.r Ptfc*.844.OO
with warranty
Pun Urlle
For A Limited TI. Only
ask forM locally' full.tlm./pa..tlon. Air Flow Elcclrlrtli CfiiinccllnnrtHighway -
964-8125.236 .
'468-2758 or r ,
Nol/ Prtrl iw Aftcllllnnnl tabor
Ftf*' tnrftttte,
*. Any
!*. Crawford.: 5/3 4tpd 5/26 :1-800-432-3004 Tra'n' on live airline camp"'.'". In ..TQwn'ToTakj l '
Home study r..ld.nt 'ralnln ) A Leak'

4'' THE HART A Division SCHOOL Of Job Financial placement old available o..l.tanc.,, 1 SAWYER ,GAS AND APPLIANCESConflmncr

FOR A.CT.Corp.I J Notional headquarters.. Starke Radiator '301 South-"'' 964.7701

Pompano leach & Transmission Inc..

T 1.800.432.3004Accredited 66T. NTetnple'AJo: FOR ,SALE: :

''' Lake SM-JUO FOR SALE Member N.H.SC: 964-6810 1 Soil' ,E

Keystone 44-l504 4737021Starke ..: ,o..9P' Fill Dirt._ Top,
oR '

R.n/.r.t.. Waldo 448-257 FIXTURES David: Lawson Paint & Body Shop Large or Small .Loads 'of Limerock. ,

We are looking for pickup *lte. In Tractor.Work- Backhoo-: Bulldozer

lawt.,, _alford, lake ', Butler Insurance Collision Work Fr.* JEstlmatcs .

Breaker A Hampton 964-6182 9645823964.6095':

If Interested, call THI SKIN SHOP USED OFFICE 964-6133
28th St. Stark
46 -25,7. CR 229 NW ,


:= I. V. DURRANCE I "CHAIRS I rrnnllllU I IJ-LLLU Room New H.Addition...... ,.. W Painting Indows Forest Park, Apartments

Y EXPERT ADVICE Carport Roof '
PUMP & SUPPLY New System An apartment complex designed for moderate "
I CASH Cut Brick or, ,. Pool Enclumrc '
I fOfvJ AU-pF': CJUR] Work income families. No rental assistance available ?i'', ,
\ 'Well Drilling REGISTERS I DUILDINRNEEUS Attractive'1&2 BR/1 B Apts. range,refrigerator }; a .,.,'. :
Call Todayt '
II carpet, cent heat &air, patio and laundry. Free r;: )
I i I
r. illgry 4 7 fe
Rotary 2" to 6" tf.r. 'cr .\,
TYPEWRITERS ... water, sewer A,garbage,, Rent $185> $220 :=

"- ,
PumpsAll HOMES BEAUTIFUL' I IrJ II minimum. For informationapplicatiornForest
I Ni1st
'I I :of 1orth Florida .tm-yjj.fl '" >7" Park Apartments 775 Street

.COp'y, Comer Lafayette & Hwy.3011.. Starke --'ioi_ BSis..rT-- 'i ((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O.

MACHINESEverything o li< .x-7/cK I St. UC.# RR0052877 -

i I .
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I YoSet J Elixson Wood Products l inc. I '
-I Now taking applications 'for I 2-3-4 bedroom units. These oil.I.ctric -

1 A Store "i Bark units a/e spacious with lots of closet space and all''av.'
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor Up Cypress Mulch and Pine wallfawall.carpeting, draperies and kitchen: appliances. On- '

Your Plumbing. Part.96A7061' Or I sits laundry facilities. Rental .assistance available .for qualified:
Officer You Pickup or W. Deliver
applicant .

-- ... We Also Have I Ii IiI For application and information tl ftl
Call Please see us at ,
664 N.Temple Ave.. Starke ..' III Gt'
Lumber 1005 SW 6th Street
I Heart Cypress t *. .
4. I
take 32054
: Butl.r FL
& W..kncU 964-5764 \ I
Nights .wkar.
I 964-6649 j :Or Call 49A-3141 .. .
964-7S7S -----J .II .
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Court Cases. ( 'il il'rom

I Starke Subscribe! ClassIfied Get Results Ads page SB .

Charles Thomas Ledbetter arrested possession of drug paraphernalia dismiss--

---,..' July 14 for'' aggravated resisting without violence
,HELP WANTEDEARN HELP WANTEDDAY HELP WANTED MOBILE HOMES assault with deadly weapon; pled no' ed Jerry lack prosecutive Terry Turner merit.arrestedMarch
contest burglary of dwelling five
,FOR SALE ;; 10 for possession of cocaine
abstain from use of
years probation,
TOP DOLLAR) no Inventory lnv .t- TREATMENT SUPERVISOR: Responsible ; VETERANS ADMINISTRATION-RNt excellent alcohol submit to evaluation by possession of drug paraphernalia
,....nl. complete training provided. Call for supervising psychiatric day opportunities exist at the Lake .BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYf mobile home aUpC and follow all recommendations resisting arrest without violence;
now for ''an .Interview" 732-3068 5/3 'treatment program In community mental City VA Medical Center for RNi fa work park on Grlfflt loop.Acreage for more submit .substance abuse case dismissed, lacks, prosecutive
'4tchg 526WATKINS health center In Starke. Experience part-tlm or iull-tlrn Positions are mobile homes, or lot*. 38000. Call. testing au fines in other cases, merit. _
DEALERS, WANTED to' tell Includes masters degree plus 2 years' available In. the areas of psychiatry; offer 5:30: p.m. 964-B970 of 964-4480. all costs provided for by law,. inmate Jerry Raspberry arrested
famous products full of'parltlme. Be 'experience Salary $16,500 to $23,500 extended care and extensive care and 3/3 TFoWt | pay' Sept.24 for aggravated assault (two
your.ewrt bos*. Call 782-3068; wtey plus fringe benefit Send resume to: 'm.dlcal/.urg.ry. We 'off.r liberal FINANCE :haYing a down payment stay away from VOP victim: March 3 arrested counts; found guilty- by Jury 55
5/5 4tchg 5/26 Debra ParmenteC, Personnel Office, leave and federal retirement benefit, .problem or slow'credit? Free credit for ; pled no contest yean DOC consecutive. '
CRUISE 5HII'S.NOW HIRING, ) Summer Bradford-Putnam-Union Guidance continuing education and career opparlunlll. check by phone Best price In central VOP placed on community control Joe Ceffeor Stotts arrested June II
and career opportunit4esk Excellentpay Clinic P.O. Box 399, Starke, Fl. 32091 ... Please contact Betty Florida. Uncle Roy's Mobil Homes, 24 months follow probation for for shooting into occupied building;
plus 'World; Travel. Colt EOE. Stchg 5/12-26 Nogor. Nursing Service 735-3016. ext. Ocala, 1.351.8514.5/12 3tchg 5/26'' reminder of five years with same defendant sentenced on other
1-518-439-3734, ext. ,P-3377. 3lpd AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED Call ,2U8, EEO Employer: 512tch9.* .6/2 1916 PIEDMONT DOUBLEWIDI 56x26. 3 condItions as original probation.
5/12.26 today for an Interview and receive a BR, 2 full bath, den 'with fireplace, O'Neil Bass arrested March 11 for charges.
EASY WORK I EXCELLENT PAYL Assemble free gift Ramona, 782-3068. 4tpd CHSA, ceiling fans LR. DR. Laundryroom. building bonfire, resisting arrest AJfonzo Covington'arrested Feb.
products'at home.Call for Informa 5/12.6/2 WANTED 964-25O7.. 5/12 4tchg 6/2 with violence; victim does, not wish 24 for possession aale' counterfeit
tion. 5046418003. ext. A95795/19' NEED BABYSITTER IN MY HOME M-F. 8-6' 12x65 1973 CHAMPION 2 BR, central air, 'to prosecute. substance, conspiracy to deliver;

4tpd 6/9 p.m. Call 473-4866. Ztchg 5/19-26 WANTED* PROPERTY RENO AREA 5000.Call 96 .2429 or 782-3437,2tchg. Paul Andrew McCloud arrestedMarch lacks prosecutive merit.
NEED SUMMER' INCOME of lull time EMT/PARAMEDIC/LPNr, seeking ..Individuals Pleat writ 5/19-26 17 for aggravated assault,' William Paul Hamilton arrested
P. O Drawer 280 Stark
|lob? Call Teresa for Information Sell with 2 years experience a. a Fla. 32091. 4/7TF EASY BUYi 1985 doublewide3 ''3 BR, .2 possession of cocaine: ; lacks pro- Dec. 21 for attempted escape, battery
Avert todayl! 9644103. 2tchg 3/19-26 certified EMT or Paramedic, or 'licensed SLIDING BOARDS the bigger the better both fireplace d.n.lYing\ room, secutive merit.Fredenck of law enforcement officer
SOMEONE TO U..IIN and care for elder' Practical Nurse. Preference will be for kids at Lake. Also float mattresses CH&A, dishwasher, fan and *more, Lee Sanders arrested< resisting arrest with violence; pledguilty
mart ,Room and given to LPNs. Salary Is $15,229 Move Slay an renlal.Ie'. Pay control
ly -lawtey' area. range and baiketballs. Call 473-0164 5:30: pC Jan. 2, 1987 for burglary, petit theft placed on community
board and pled structure
.collect, 813.643-0272. 3lpd' 5/19.6/2 will be considered. Benefit ore NEED LIMOUSINE AUTO condi; assume payment, 9646849. Itchg 5/26 guilty burglary Samuel Shawn Clark: arrested
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING Summer excellent and Include ";.lIrem.nl", tion.: 0 DOWN PAYMENT..lor. qualified landowner grand theft, five years probation March 30, 1986 for battery of law enforcement -'
and 'areef 'opportunities. Excellent 'health A III. Insurance, paid vocation p.monly' 2tchg 5/19-26' .. 7J3-024. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 concurrent with another case, officer disorderly .Intox-
pay plus world travel. Call and sick leave, holidays' and more. SACRIFICE) 28x60- doublewide for $339, restitution substance abuse ication transferred to'
M1&J59-3734, ext, P-3339D/; 3tpd, Qualified applicants should submit a month. Call 733-0213. 4tchg 5/19-6/9 counselling: arrested Feb. 2,1988 for misdemenaor; division
5192 completed State of Florida employment YARD SALE A-l MOBILE HOMES.,, the ,nation'* VOP; pled guilty VOP. three years arrested
Gail Booth Osborne Feb.
RETIRED GENTLEMEN with top reference application to l Personnel' largest retailer of mobile home DOC followed by five years probate
on Social I Security to live In. light yard ,Manager, Union Correctional Institution ,YARD t MOVING SALE Saturday May 733-8317. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 tlon. 24 for shooting within occupied
lake for P.O. Box 221. Ralford Fl 32083. GLAMOUR BATH.., sl/iglewide, '89model. Sanders arrested dwelling; case transferred to misdemeanor -
work,on 'and; driver family'slimousine. 28 9-5 p.m. CR 22S '/\ mile West of 16.: Nov. 25, 1988 for divison
Room and board and lots of Phone 904-431-1212 ext. 202, An Equal' Big red born on left. Itchg 5/26 Cathedral ceiling, furnished, grand then burglary; pled guilty,
fun with Christian I family; but.no pay. Opportunity/Affirmative Action "SATURDAY, S/2t 6/10th mile ell 301 on complete delivery and set up, ''under 'placed on five years probation
Call 473.0164 5:30; 'a.m. to 9 30 p.m. only. Employer Itchg 5/26 Hwy. 18. Plant, furniture, household $169' month Call today, 7330159. make restitution in alt cases pay Sworn complaints charging
'2tchg/ 5/19-26 REGISTERED NURSE SI'ECIALlSTI'Ihr.e Item Pit ,bull dog and mar.:Itpd 526SATURDAY. 4tchg 5/19-6/9 $250 court costs; submit to substance burglary grand theft welfare
>; HIRING BLUEBERRY/ PICKERS PACkERSl positions .available for licensed ', .MAY 2e: 16 West to 225. L-]. OWN FOR, LESS THAN RENT 1988 abuse counseling: April 11 found fraud, aggravated assault and/or
Near Gainesville Airport SR 225 to SR' registered nurse with 3 yrs. of. professional ,mile on 'left 8 a.m.-6 p-.rn. Itpd 5/26 doublewide for under $250. Call today guilty VOP. three years DOC ,burglary against other defendantswere
340 look for sign_. Call 483-2669, 5/19 nursing experience, 1 year of 733.6068..41chg 5/19-6/9 dismissed for various reasons;
4tchg 6/9. which Includes p.ychlatrlc'nuralng.. WC BUY USED mobile homes Calf' lollowed by five years probation. defendants sentenced on other
TRAIL MOTEL a'RESTAURANT Lowtey: Salary range Is 522.975lto( 37772. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 7338317.4tchg S1969i Sanders arrested 'Jan. 7 for'burglary charges cases, lacked pro ecutive
applications ,are being lok....' for Qualified applicants will be consideredfor i YOUR' CREDIT might' not be as bad as you' petit theft, burglary; pled merit and/or victims not wishing to
(waiters- and waitresses ..Experiencehelpluf. an advanced salary appointment. .EXTRA CLEAN 12x40,..., up and hookedup think, Need a mobile home Coll to- guilty, three years DOC, followed by ,prosecute. Charges of grand theft '
but not necessary Will, train. Benefits package I I. excellent and Includes on Vt acre 'rental\ lot S4.0OO. day 7338317. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 live years probation, concurrent. auto were dismissed due to victim
Must b. 18 retirement, your cases.;
years of age Apply In person : non-contributory 9642748. Itpd 5/26
failing to for testimony or insufficient -
only. No phone coll\ *. Itchg 5/26 health 8, life Insurance at greatly FOR SALE OR RENT 2 BR trailer on lot In mobile home. Call 7330294.' ,4tchg' Charles Edward Lee arrested appear identification of defendant -
FOOD SERVICE full and reduced 10 5/19.6/9 10 for possession of cocaine: ,
part-time! cook premiums* paid holidays Hampton 36x24 barn' br garage. March .
Cleaning,waitress' position available.Call paid vacation ond sick leave and more. 782.3768 let ring. 5/26 2tpd 6/2
for dppt. 533-2050.. Camp. Blain Qualified applicants should submit o .
ding 5/26TF, completed State 6f l Florida employment
,RESIDENT MANAGER ''mature. couple Application tol; Personnel Sea me at '
wanted for 44-unit rental property In Manager, Union Correctional Institution ,
'Stork., Apt management experience P.O. Box 221, Raiford. Fl 32083.. JisJr FOOD 'STORESEmployment 'Terwillegar'Motors ,
.beneficial, maintenance1 experience phone 904-431-1212. ."t. 202.An Equal''
required Muff be bondable, no pet*. Opportunity/Affirmative 'Action
;Salary ,plus apartment and utilities' Employer' : 'Itchg 5/36
Send resume to Heritage.. Villas of Palm* LEGAL.nCIiETARV or, experienced; ,
Coast?, P.Q, Box 10293, eleorwater, Fl,' secretory*, computer,, knowledge,! : Opportunities Available/ "'1 'for new'&: used vehicles
34617'r! \\ Equal, Opportunity Employer* ,helpful',, common sense a mutT Non. TraineesBENEFITS
S/26TF1'' smoker Position In Starke.' Send' For Cashiers b Manager 209,W..Madison,St ,

EXPERIENCED STYLIST full; t'ime'oTpart-: resume'and salary requirements' by
.tim.. Paidvacations:! arid paid holidays. June 6 to:. Legal Secretory/ 'P.O.' 'r- r: A ,964-7200 ,it
964-2323, $/26-:-2'chg 6/2< :Drawer, Storke, Fl. 32091. 5/26 2tchg INCLUDE: Job Advance
'LADY 'TO CARE FOR two elderly( ladies', 16/2 ", meat Paid Vacation Medical Leave ->! ; Eddie Starling I'
'during the day. :Salary1\ and meals )In.' SECRETARY: need efficient'dependable -. -' ".
eluded,1 Sampson City Deerfool..Trail person with office skill. computer experience Pension; Insurance Available Credit -
I. helpful' non-smoker, Send
area. 964.584: ,or 964-8080., .Itchg 3/26 '
I resume to P.O. Box 1176 Storke, Fl. Union. '
GM EXPERT PARTS MANAGER lor Chevy 32091.'S126 2tchg 6/2 ,PHYSICAL THERAPY; I

'Olds dealership. Great opportunity THE CITY'OF,STARKE Street Departmentis Applications available from ,store
,:Apply In person, ,Orion Wells Chevy accepting applications for position of JERRY FISHER. ?.X-
.Olds.! 5/26 Laborer: Must be at least 18 year of planager or office., ,

ag. and have a valid Florida Chauffeurs Job References Requ red. BY APPOINTMENT 964-6000, I
License. Apply at City Hall, Merrill (

'.' Dees Office' ,) Personnel .Director. .n.m .'.. ,." '.'..:__i._.1. -, __, '
Want' Ads Get, Resuffs$ ,Itchg 3/26

'I New Home 'Now. Available, ( r HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE LDINGS' ".,I't" /11\1)/1/ / fr'I 1


I Good Selection to Choose From
J.R'Wainwright': Produce Brand new. Spacious ;0Bfy '2Bath Custom '
I We also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities,
Home' complete With cathedral ,Celling 'solid "
'\ Fresh ,Fruits and Vegetables I Hwy 301 South! '
p' ", \ wood foyer 'CH & Alrr ,Energy efficient 'On' a' J ,.

,', ,,' : ,' ,! large one acre lot with septlc.tank.; Pump & 964-8848

I" Specials well ., ur' choice of cabinets Paint ,& ,.
: ; : ;' "y ; : .Floor
,Collprds '.990'BuncK 'Coverings..*, ,
''' : ''" \ :" :' : '., Retail
'c'; ': i. "/"C(l bb age .19dlb'0: ,,/ ;I. ,r'/.i( : ,J ''Thomas E. Lee Const. Advertising Policy

'',''1.\\-1, \ \,/>,'''Cukes 7-U)0 'i.I'", i.\ //.1.\; \ >'i\\' for The Bradford County Telegraph.
>\1 1'i;" '' ; ;,: .,.{, I, t:,{ 431-1675, 964-6154
':'::1"i:" ',, ,,,/ ''fLettiice .50 head, ':iill vl'W' ,. St LictfftU 0053099 Union County Times & Lake Region Monitor
'';' ,
'Bananas', .290 lb., .. i\\i: : ,
,< '
: > : Let us make advertising work for you. We will gladly: assist you
We. will be able'to eds choose your
suit your .n or
;: Other Items; \ p;: : :> \. In designing what you like. We will show proof when requested. We
from bur vast selections We :also 'have I'
,L'ocalB' ; will also try.to place your ad on( the page you desire,however We

(.,/." :! '' :/Vine, Ripe Ruskin Tomatoes'' 4 i !i isv'; several one acre, lots to' 'build on" ,or, 'will build I Ionyourlot. cannot guarantee position to everyone.

'. : If we make an error In yoUr ad.we will give credit for the space the
white ,
,' Sweet CotJ1. ; : "' ,error occupied not for the entire ad.We will not be held responsible

v:' tyee/Ripe:: Ceorgia'Peaches.; 'for errors appearing In advertising taken over the phone.,

Vidalja,' Onions, Let us! assist yob In your advertising ,.,,,Call! 964-6305,473-2210 or fj

\Val'ermellons-Ready td Eat'" NORTH"CAROLINA MOUNTAINS 49 2261, r I'
( ., .
Vine 'Ripe Caritelopes'about',20 -
: 'House and 1 acre located on:/Wane bwy..Smalf( but 'liveable.

; other;,produce itemsWc .$24,500.00; Pay S3XXXD.OOdo\A/nl.assunn) ; ''lcx3ai. Y .v!'

Bull, ''e .1 1 acre of land trout stream 4-lane }hwy; Frohtage dandy bldg.site' .
,:don't' sell Baloney or Shoot the : 1250000. Pay $2500 down, La-Z-Boy

\Ve sell quality fruits and Vegetables e, House 3 bedroom,:? acres largo streann In font yard. lOvely From

'setting storage bldgs'ready to into} 5500000. I ,'
mdve :. Pay :
'at reasonable prices k" $199
$5.000) (down, and move In:
'state Market
Farmers I e These are a few of over,.000 listings.;We have'all,types 6ft

State Road 301 North : property from $700 peracra and up, We have small tracts::,

: We also have several cabins. houses?old farms'etc,;'Write,or

i call today for a free listing brochure/You can"" call free" by, i La-Z-Boy: /

STATE OF FLORIDA I dialing .1-800-438-742 1,Write( or,.pqt}! today,
434 W. Call Strtit 411 W. Madiion StrtitSS45I2I

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SURPLUS 10' Murphy, N.C. 28906 "It's A fact You Can Do Bttttr At Dtnmark Furnitur*'


Including equipment from: Dept. of Transportation. Dept.of \ Ballot made of broken'

Agriculture (Dlv; ofForestry). Dept.'of Law Enforcement,Game and' g s 5 s pottery were used by the I.

.Fresh Water fish Commission: Dept.. of. Puslnes Regulation. and u citizen of Ancient Athensto
other State Agencies: get rid of unpopular
S' politician Whenever 6000

SATURDAY. JUNE: :4 11OO; A.M., 'or more were cat the of-

D.O.T. MAINTENANCE YARD SALE THIS WEEK!: X5,988 PLIJS 'flclalwassentintoexileorOPTIONS I
: year w. .
.-.- Port-of-EntrV prices are always .;
INSPECTION: 9.00 a.m. 4.00 p.m. Friday'June 3 and at the Mazda port city this '

9.00 a.m.11:00: am: AUCTION DAY you will save even more! :323 Hatchback SEE GA w ,

TERMS: Cosh or Cashiers Check. A Cash Deposit of $300.00 will be required for '
,to0'ri tps .0' FOOT CAREs
each car station wagon van or light duty truck at the time It Is sold for other MSTOCKS )'d
equipment a cash deposit of 25%of the selling price Is required. ALL -
What do realer know about
Personal or Company checks will be accepted only If a bank letter of credt 100 you
CASE/ foot core?Can Tel-Med at 964-4a"
GUARANTEEING amount, of check Is provided. Persons with a bank letter of ,$6,888 PLUS OPTIONS I M 79a17A "r / i
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ear. 17WXW7 and ask of
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credit will not be required to make cash deposits. However fUU settlement '
New 88 Mazda
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these tapes by number
MUST.be made on Auction Day. .
'ITEMS TO BE SOLD STOCK /er1Y ........... 'Mn n ito0cra '
M" Iota I sp rp ;,22 Fool care for diabetic and
7'Crawler .
Tractors 2 Motor Graders 7 Wheel Tractor
e Ford Tandem Equipment Hauler Crawler Loader Track Press e Dump _; ; s Pt YMOUYHSt 114, others Plantar with warts poor and circulation moles/ '
Trucks a Cars e Pickups e 15 Pass. Van Honda 3-Wheelers Boats & Motors I i iA
Tree Planters Mowers Buses Much, Much More '14,688 PLUS OPTIONS C VAgN 3ipFEt 115 Ingrown toenails ,'
116 Common foot problems
FOr? MOPE INFOPMATION; CAI t- tie t All too New '88 Mazda RX-7 117 Athlete's foot / I

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Troop 75 of Lawtey Clrmentary member demoiutrated how to play the.Mfety draw their booth at Scout World.
From left to right:Mark King Michael Becker and Scott K nkel. .
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from Northeast Florida ,reyiile. at 6 a.m. This 'gave. Just posters showing safe practices in the
\. gathered' at NAS JaCksonVIlle the ,enough time to dress and walk to the home,on the road in recreation,and
weekend of May 20 tor Scout World site where about 75 hot air balloons at work. They also manned a "Win
'88, this annual event is held in con- .were lilting oft on the Case runway. Lose or Draw" typs of game using
junction with Armed Forces Day This spectacular event was followed safety rules which contestants were
Among those camping Friday and ,by breakfast, a 1.5; mile lund run, a to draw or guess.
Saturday night were Boy Scout 'commissioner's! contest among Saturday night's events included a
Troops 70 and 70S of StarKe, 675 of Scout, Patrols swimming, fishing. campfire for all Scouts. Taps sounded -
Hampton, and 79 of Lawtey, along and petting up booths. at 11 p.m., but security was
with Cut Pack 518 from StarKe. around in the middle of the night to
Other County Scouts attended Satur From noon to.$ p.m., two Navy help set up tents some mysterious
fl m .. (dr i v'ii day's events, hangers were tilled with displays Set strangers Had pulled stakes out oft!
up by Scouts and other organizations. : Bradford County has 15 Scout
The purpose of ScoutWorld is A static display of' Navy aIrcraft units with 202 members. These include -
''tnreelold. Jt raises money for the was tound outside the hangers, Tiger Scouts Cub Scouts
I Classroom Scouting Program tor and an airshow was performed mid- Webelos,Boy Scouts and Explorers.
handicapped youngsters, it gives alternoon. Explorers is open to any high school
\ I _, __ r Scouts and the Navy a'chance' to Lawtey Troop 75 participated ,m 'student boy or girl. For information
.show off and it is time to have lund.Saturday the hanger exhibits with a salety on joining call M Patterson momma heean* with theme. Members of.the troop made 964-5412. _
Is It Strong Enough..;; '
Local Boy Scout Troop 70 73 and 70S"teat the urdlnew,of a bridge made by member.of troop 70 at Scout World 3 Quad Four Super Price In Stock .
Seated from left to'right; Jiutln Burch Chrl Cununlnp, Do' ,nelan Chandler; ,Donnie Burch,Sean Davb,Stefan
Nichols, Mitchel Gunter and Mlquel Velazquez. .;. :\l !1 J'Nkui! C a 1 a i s Brass Hats Off Lease
Standing Tank llaughton, Shawn Tyllczka. Scott.Konkel, Mark King.Patrlck Hunt,Robert AdUiu.. Bryan Green, Cars, Low Miles
Shaun Mchola.Donnie Burch and Dirk Schmidt. '
On top of the'bridge Chip Crew,'Jason Morin:Mike; Stanley Michael Becker and Shaun Schmidt. '

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,were married May 25, 1928 by the '. T ,

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the courthouse in Lake Butler. .. ,i < 1;(!;sb { : '' '
The NesSmiths farmed and : :" ,. l"> ,,'1 ti" ,. ,h';'r ', I : I :. .:': :,; ,; : 12 Spectrums in Stock A'Ba: Z a'
operated a general store in a rural I ',' :T. t-( 'W" t"." ',,. : ', ':(It. .1 .ti.tt. : :; t :
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retirement several years ago..They "," ',; '. ,/',, '"" "", I" Air Conditioned
continue- live on the old home. "' ,'f"4.' '
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Arley says at age 79 he still runs a small gathering of immediate farmTheir son J.W. NesSmith and his Electronic />;
few cattle and gardens. This year's ly, celebrated with a dinner at the family shared the evening: with,his ,
garden Is the est one ever, he said. Lighthouse Restaurant at'''Kannin parents. (i
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Tinted Glass ,M o.' .

66 Mos':'1)% APR $2445 brig Plus tax: &':Title

Best Buy Anywhere 1988 S-1O" EL
Chevy ___
Pontoon Boats for ---
Fishing or Partying SN8141

18' Aloha 24' Aloha 'l 1000 Payload 2.5ltter .

Full Inj. Engine. 4 ,Cyt. 5 Sp. _

3487 $4556 Man, Trdns. With O/D. --.... .
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+,Tax, Title + Tax"Title

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:BorumSpeed Aluminum 198fl -- ,

Boat ,Plus
; Boat I Options ,

Great for fishing -'Comeselect', & Freight ,

W25OHPInboardOutboard 'your new Mercury Engine for,It..

1985 S-10 Brand New
1987 Taurus
"'88 Chevy Z-24

Blazer ,Conyertiblo 'dw/VIhOTp!! Station Wagon
Discounted TahOe Equipment V-6 "
$15,995 $11295
,, Performance $6995

t Speed Boat
'1984 Ford 1987 Chevy '83 Ford Fairmont

Escort Wagon Camaro. Sp.Op. Low Miles.6 Cylinder.
ler'.MK3paddleboats'' Auto..Air
2995 Mil 59450 $2295

Options: 84 Marc. Marquis Plus No Payment 'Til August
BImI Top $62.5O '
Cushion Beats $55.00 az Low: Mileage ,e 'Flanancing Up to 84 Months

Open: Monday Friday 8:3O a.m. tit 8 p.m.: ;

$ 3995 Saturday 9-6: Sunday 15ORIAN
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any Custom Built Fiberglass Product

Partft and Service for Mercury Engines Chevrolet.. OldsmobileU.S.

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Page 1 UB TKLEUKAPII.: TIMES: &(VlO.NI: !rOK.-H SSX'TIO.V;: I May 26.1918"

I :..,.';.:. .' Starke Man Gets Prison term for-.Arson

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t:"',.:',' ,A 28-year-old Starke 'man was ''the fires then running home and wat- a stake out of the building and area charges, petit,theft and burlary of a
!f h\) '''': sentenced to 3'A years in the Department thing the excitement of the arrival. 'and Byers was arrested Jan. 16 after structure. As a Juvenile Byers was
ili\',1" '"I of Corrections for setting fire of police and fire equipment. lie was seen in hedge near the law at iunmmted on two .occasIOns tor
/Erik,:,:;",', '" to the l..w'ott'1cel, K, A. "Buzzy" Dec.'21, 22 and Jan. 4, 8, 11, Byers flee and watched while he proceeded possession of marijuana. As a adulthe
.... I' I Green started fires under the flooring or in to start a fire with kindling. has been fined and ordered to pay
V, I \ Timothy Henry Byers of 665 North the entrance :way of the building; Byers is not a newcomer the court costs, served time in the coun-
"" 'Clark Street was arrested Jan. 16 as however the'fIres were extinguished court system: having been arrested ty jail and under Salvation Army !
,f: he attempted for the sixth time to \before extensive damage was several times during the past years supervision for many offenses. IiiII
i.)i', I burn the building next to his home. done, according to authorities. for disorderly intoxication attempting Byers' time in prison will be
A.,'rJ'..;\, \''. ", '" Apparently Byers enjoved setting City and county authorities set up breaking and entering trariic ..1'' /',' r"I.

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t"" +' DUCANE'' FROM Reagan Sent A Message

t\< .' ;, GAS ,Cards that students throughout red bow on It. .

Bradford County signed pledging to Students helping to send the
t GRILLrated remain drug tree were sent to First package are front row; left to right
:SaleS Lady Nancy' Reagan, There were with grade level): Gareth Starling,
1429 from the elementary-schools, Stn,Nakisha Williams 3rd.Jonathan
L ;#1 oo 444 from the middle school.and 445 Contl 2nd.-Nancy Hilderbrand 1st,
'338FISH ;' : "from high school.:' ; 'Josh Forman Kindergarten. (Middle
?t ,',, tow)! Kesiah Manning 8th,'Michelle
: Tc,3i ; : ,Also included the package were McKay,I. 7try Ladans Floyd,4th.,
essays'wrltten by the 3rd and 5th (Back row).', 4'im'ikirkland 8th,
." grades of Southside Elementary: on 'Allison Thompson''12th, Keith Cowie9th.
'c.I '#2-7230H7GB pages the shape_of a box with a big '
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''Wood & Farm Fence
e'I Sale Chain Link, ,

(I! .J $" 198' 00 ,Keystone ights ,,100 West .

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Includes I -.- '
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I z All At Special Prices!, Right now SNAPPER'S$All. FREE ATTACHMENT:Buy a
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owning a SNAPPER easier than Jar retail price and get a '
r. '00P ever":;" the best value yet pn Single Bag Catcher or Dump
FAMILY SIZE FROS1 $338 : HOTPOINT 'America's number one choice in, Cart FREE, or 50%off a'Twin'.
I FREEIREFRIGERATOfI> rear,engine riding mowers.' Bag Catcher(Twin Bag''
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during SNAPPER'S All American

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'.24 cu. ft. Side-by-Side I 1 PAGES MOWERS.UNDER LAWN

Frost Clear,Refrigerator '
I i.''Ice cubes anci chdleqwater'| I IIhlpugh TWIN BAO
".'Automatic-e'door Door Closer f GIBSON' .,49.00, m.o i iii i i i 269.95 Value

,.Ask about 10-yew Golden! -.rte: p
,warranty AUTOMATIC WASHER Removable ,
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Vigorous Double-scrub' _
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