Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01814
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Dudley Hardy Drug Trial BeginsThompson '

*Wortfi VotingGraduation. '

.Tells of Local l Cocaine PartiesConvicted

'Starke entary"School
Kindergarten Graduation will beheld drug dealer Johnnie family 'friends and possible ,knowingly and willingly conspiringwith James Ronald Kelley; a former resident cocaine, which was delivered to the
Thursday; June 2 (tonight) at Blame Thompson now turned in witnesses awaited their turn. others to distribute cocaine of Keystone Heights and a Hardy home while Kelley was there. .. -
7IS: p.m., in the BHS auditorium.The former spent most of Wednesday The drug conspiracy trial of Hardy is also charged with possession former manager of Jesse's Loungein KeUey said he paid$250, then the going
Fifth Grade ceremony will ,June 1, telling of drug activties with Starke attorney Dudley Hardy of ,cocaine: with. intent to, Starke. Kelley, now serving tune' price for an eighth of an ounce of
be held at 8 p.m., tonight in the his longtime friend Dudley Hardy began Tuesday with the government distribute on drug convictions is described as ,cocaine.
,Starke Elementary Cafeteria. as the attorney's drug conspiracy charging Hardy with distribution of The government alleges that Har- ,a friend of Hardy's with a serious Kelley who said he started using
t.AllZot i under way. cocaine. The U.S. attorney alleged dy translerred cocaine to another drug problem. Hardy has served as cocaine in 1980, said that he and attorney "
Friends of Animals.... that Hardy, along with others over a person with or ,without 'monetary Kelley's attorney in business matters Hardy became "really good"
Upstairs in the federal building in period of time distributed cocaine, gain which would constitute the friends in 1985 and later and used
Friends of Animals will hold a Jacksonville, the large hallway out which means transferring of co- charge.In Kelley, the first witness lor UM cocaine together many times.A .
'. yard sale June 2, 3 and 4 at 1133' E. ,side the courtroom recently vacated caine. This charge came as a resultof a separate charge assistant 'government in the Hardy trial, few others identified by Kelleyas '
Brownlee Street. by, convicted international drug a grand Jury indictment. U.S. attorney Charles Truncate said testified that when his regular sup- being involved in using cocaine at
Sales hours the first two days are. dealer Carlos Lehder,took on the ap- In late 1982 through January 1987,; 'he intends to prove that during the plier, Wayne Allredge was the Hardy home on Crystal Lake in-
10 a.m. until 1 p.m. June-A sales. pearance of a gathering or reunion in Bradford County and elsewhere, fall of 1986 Hardy knowingly and unavailable Hardy supplied a '
day will begin at 10 a,m., and closeat '. of Bradford County ,residents ,as attorney Hardy; is ,charged with willingly did distribute cocaine to ',source for one-eighth of an ounce of See Hardy Trial.P.ZA, ),
3 p.m,
Friends of Animals is a natIonal''

non-profit orgaamzation for LengthyLitigation'
animals, and their welfare.

Methodist Youth... :

The youth of the First United
Methodist Church will have a

" scavenger hunt Sunday Afternoon Seen Over
" June 5, to help replenish the food
,closet which is used to aid the

needy The teenagers will be in Starke, HazardousWaste

r.,I neighborhoods searching for -
,,"', various canned goods on their lists. "

Youths 5 p.m. are to meet at.the. ti churchat I 4. :, : I SiteLong

term litigation is shaping up ,
t' 'In the fight between the State
The Bradford County Library announces rv r Department"of Environmental
plans for a summer Regulation (DER) and United .
reading program. Tuesday morn- Citizens Against Pollution (U-CAP),

ings, 10-10:30: a.m.. ages 3-5 (Preschoolers over siting a hazardous waste treat.
wr j I ment facility in Union County.

Thursday mornings, 10-10.30: \ In its latest move May 24, DER filed
a.m., ages 612. a motion to dismiss U-CAP's peti-
A schedule of events, beginning: tion for an administrative hearing.',

Thursday, June 16 will, pe published. I- The request for a hearing was basedon
next week.. alleged flaws in siting proceduresused
by Roy F. Weston the, in
recommending a 320 acre site,2.Smiles
t Senior Awards.... north of Raiford on highway

5 Thursday Senior awards, June 2.banquet Middle:School 6 p.m. ".I. tL waste 121 U-CAP for treatment Florida's attorney plant., Deborah only hazardous Barton

Gym. Tickets on sale at Bradlord : )I\
4. and DER counsel Tom Maurer must

High: BHS:,BMS Alumni, Mitchell's Association.Drugs. Sponsor -, respond by as Friday to when,June and 3, where giving information an-

BUS, Class .of 83:.. administrative hearing maybe held.

The BItS class of 1983 will have Long Delay Seen,,.
its 5 year reunion June 25. Due to the heavy case load currently
.. Payments must be made by June 1. existing m the Division of Administrative

1: For answers caU Kathy, 964-5787 Hearings,, a. staff
:, 'or Suzy, 332-2683. member said the hearing which is
compared to a non-jury trial with the
Class of 1978.., administrative officer acting as
judge, could be delayed for months.
The reunion of the Bradford High
Once the heareing has been held,
Class of 1978 is set July 23 at the ,
the administrative officer assignedto
Holiday Inn, in Orange Park. 7 the case must deliver his decision,
If your address has changedsince : -
within 30 days.
, the five year reunion please 3 w DER's motion to dismiss If-CAP's
,, call Sonya Tenly Baldree at ; 'petition for a hearing was based on'
473-3863 Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at' grounds that the Union County site
964-6636 Mark Reddish at 964-6822,'
-r r has been recommended only and not
Christy Redding Torode at 533-2505 d 'yet approved U-CAP also filed a
:or Shan Edwards Johns at 964-4840.' 4 motion with the First District Courtof

Appeals to dismiss DER's motion\,

Class of 1964.:.. Eg\ with a counter-motion .promptly fit*.
Memorial Day... ed by DER.."
'BHS Graduates of 1964 are askedto
contact Wanda Williams Bishop Colonel Chuck McKeown (refs addressed No Court Precedent...,

concerning a 25th anniversary reu- the assembly, of, veterans Since Flonda has no similar cases
nion. Information is needed on and friends attending a wreath lay- that would establish precedents,
some graduates.. Ing 'ceremony at .,the Veterans both sides predict a prolonged legal
Wanda may be reached at the :. ;', Memorial on Memorial Day. battle in uncharted legal seas.
Sears store phone 9646848. The, York Rite .Masonic Lodge, In addition to charges of a "fatally
from Lawtey, and members of the!
flawed" site selection process!,
Volunteers..., 'JKQTC. Bradford High School provided U-CAP says the Union County site
Honor Guard for the plac-
Training sessions for new Guardian an was chosen because the area consists -!
Curtis Lee is
of wreaths. Rev.
ad LItem volunteers will be ing largely of low-income, rural
1' for the Elks
W shown placing a wreath
families with little clout.
held Tuesday and Thursday June 7 political
:" ,\ Lodge In Starke,, DER officials have maintained that
,and 9, and June 14 and 16, from :' ____ _
r. 7-10:30 p.m.Interested. n politics played no role in the site-,,
are asked to selection process,although an inter-,
contact Laura persons Conti, ph. 964-8498 or 'Servicemen Honored in Memorial Day" Ceremony: agency memo attributed to a top

Barbara Beynon, ph. 374-3656, DER official contained a handwritten
note suggesting that the DeSoto
Gainesville Some 50 persons gathered Monday ing .us' safe 'and free said Col./ Noting the 'new national cemetery Starke Shrine Club, 'by Fayne County site be Kept on the list "for
Dance. morning, May 30, at the Veteran's McKeown noting the United Statesis : 'in the Bunnell area Col. McKeown' Bateman. political reasons."
Square .. Memorial cannon mounted on the most fortunate to be without a war mentioned that now is,the time to Concerned Citizens of Bradford

Plus Level square dance instruction US-301 south apron, to honor those on its soil since 1863.' began working on the next national County, by Cadet Foster of the Brad- Grant Writes Governor....
is available each Tuesday in who have fallen in all the nation's Col.:McKeown who has been in cemetery for. Florida ,"1t takes ford High JROTC unit. At a', whistle-stop meeting in
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, wars. Russia noted the historic summit about 10 years to get one' ,"said Col. Masonic Lodge No. 33, by Curtis Starke last week. Congressman Bill

from 8-10 p.m., with Ken Perez, Memorial Day is a very Impor- meeting now going on in Moscow. McKeown. Lee.The Grant said his staff is drafting a let'
caller. For additional information tant day. There are many, many McKeown called it a "very signifi As 'a parting thought, Col. Elks Club, by Fayne ter challenging the procedures that
can **-795S. reasons to remember our fallen cant'meeting.", McKeown said he McKeown commented that it would Bateman. the State has"or doesn't have"-
comrades of aU wars," said Col thinks the leadership in the USSR be nice to start a local tradition of Starke Rotary Club,by Al Crosby. for with hazardous waste
U-CAP Needs Help... Chuck McKeown (ret),who addressed -' realizes the necessity of limiting ,placing flowers and a flag on the John Totura presented a wreath m on used by trucks
the mostly older crowd with a few nuclear weapons.'The USSR is will graves of local servicemen. honor of his father First Lt. Stanley spills highway Grant said he
We will to the
U-CAP needs your help. younger people sprinkled in. Civic ing to bargain because. President 'WreathS were placed by; Totura Co. F.,422nd Regiment loon travelling the letter which plant.will also tp
be recycling. groups presented wreaths of flowers' Ronald Reagan has made this nation Division who was captured Dec. 19. hopes ,
Save Glass, green, clear or. m honor of our fallen soldiers They militarily strong McKeown remark American Legion Post 56, 1944 St.Vith, Belgium,and liberateMay the President of the'of House the ,Senate' will delay and
Brown. Separate colors. were placed in a triangular/ shape, presented by post Commander Bob 2. 1945. Speaker' adequate
bundles. ed.Col. to build on the site until
tie into plans
Newspapers around the flag pole. McKeown noted that President Brown teams
Aluminum cans., "We are also concerned becausewe ,Teddy Roosevelt said "Walk American Legion Auxiliary, by (see Memorial Dayp.3A) ernergncy-response state. cane
Please save those items, and have service personnel still keep' softly and carry a big stick.;" Unit President Ton Coss. provided by
June 23,we will have a recycling
day. The money will be used to op-

pose the site selection of the hazar Center Plan .1

,dous the Ellerbee waste generator Curve area., slated for 2-2 Vote bv Board -Stymies .Day-Care

Look for further information innext JChurch. eJmovmg eJ
week's paper and tell your Buster Kahn to Madison Street. 'The problem a religion. We read bible stones and building is 200 years old and later
by will become an en- repeated the 200 year figure.
friends and neighbors. Rev. McKinney said, was sing Christian songs. said
BCT Staff Writer trepreneur when the pre-school has 61 However Guy Andrews i the
The school currently -
.... Madison Stre. created by the 14-11 church vote preschoolers aroundthe
The moving of the moves to an independent location and 27 after school care' building was probably built
Upcoming... Baptist Church Pre-school and Day losing the church sponsorship which approved the school by such a students;, with 7 workers and 2 turn of the century: and may be
Public meetings scheduled in the Care Center to a Lafayette Street narrow margin that it continues to substitutes Ms. Nichols said.. AU 100 years old, at most.
coming weeks are: location supported by the Rev. Purpose of Moving...? .; divide the church. teachers are certified. Mrs. Peterson claimed the ouMsit&
Bradford County Commissioners Henry McKinney was shot:down Although the question Is not germane "1 feel the church Is divided over When Ms. Capps asked if anyone on fill dirt which may be contaminated -
meet Monday, June 6 in Cour- ,'Thursday May 26, in a regular to the special exception Ms. the school and my "mission Is'to from the audience wanted to speak and there are both mos-
of the Board of Adjustment, solidify the church said Rev. and flies In the area. She said
meeting Boardof
thouse. 9:30 a.m. Claire Capps chairman of the for the school no one came forward;i. quito
in a 2-2 vote. McKinney.Some of the membership wouldsupport the Wtnn- ix1e parking tot gets very
Lawtey Council meets Monday, Adjustment ask"What IS the purpose however, Mrs. Betty Warren ,
Eula Nichols pre-school director, feel there is a conflict between the hot and the run-off water from rain
June in City Hall 7:30: p.m. of moving the move later in the evenIng -
Starke City Council meets Tuesday and Tom Andrews teamed up to seeka The Rev. Henry McKinney two entities, and moving the school YAgainst isn't clean although she did not
June 7 In City Hall 7:30 p m- special exception to locate, the minister for Madison Street Baptist seems to be the only alternative. ,, relate those items to the proposed
The Board of Governors of the school at 408 W. Lafayette St.. in a Church dispelled any rumors of ,Rev. McKinney told the board. the School... school. '
SUrke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce -, house behind Winn-Dixie in Starke- dissatisfaction of the membershipwith Ms. Nichols elected to establish a to The rambling dissertation claimed *
Plaza. Andrews'mterest in the I Christian Day Care Center and Preschool Granny" Peterson came the noises cause bearing
traffic can
is set to meet at noon Thursday Mrs. Nichols or the way in
June 9, In the Board Rood of special exception is that of property which the school Is operated.Rev free of a church vote Rev. podium to read two typed pages.attending problems. The beat and glare from
SFCC Starke Center., owner, since the house is owned by Nichols Mid, "To me, it isloss. a McKinney laid.Although saying she has 4 grandchildren She said Un buildings are cause for concern.
Brooker Council: 7:30: p.m. Belco Enterprises which Is, in turn The school has a fine Christian zoning regulations do not the NIdJoJ'slChOO1. Ms. Peterson referred to "totergra-
Tuesday June 14, in city hall. owned by Tom Andrews and his staff, and the church has not officially distinguish between Christian and both Nichols and Andrews are highly Uon of scbools..ctnldren from poor
secular schools Ms. Capps asked respected but the proposed site is in failed to
Andrews. tested but
Council: : father. Guy asked the school to move. '' homes poorly
Hampton 7lp.mTues- the Ms. Nichols to "explain a Christian an area that "highly industrialized.
day June 14 in city Nichols, currently employed by Rev. McKinney went on to say .
the day care center which is spon- school had formerly operated at St. school." Day are..P.sA),
.. .
firs 'II..t\fon.t1l *
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the top KPA members at Bradford chapter tarmei, by the FFA IG
Hign and the .parents ol KFA Chapter They are: I'
members were honored last Thursday Larry Thornton, father of Sr.
night May 19, at the annual Chapter President Chad Thornton \
parent and member banquet.: J.r. Parnsh, a former Bradford,
the, DeKalb Award, a senior FFA member who has always been, .
leadership award considered the top a friend of the chapter This year j
award by .fr'FA members, went to Parnsn donated hay for cattle at the ,
t'het Norman, son ot Mr. and Mrs FFA larm.
Gerald Norman. Norman was also Robert Underhill, lather of Jimmy
named the outstanding male KKA ,and Hobby Underdid and a Chapter' L
member, Vhet has been active in .supporter through the year This
every*>'A contest, has shown steersin year Underhill also donated hay for
the county fair, judged ,horses at the FFA farm cattle herd. awt
the, slate lair in' fampa, and now Wayne Hardee, also a former FFA
serves as a sub-district chairman. member, provided animal mounts ,
Knsty Harrison, ninth grade' used m the Florida State Fair ex .4
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs, Charles hibit.
McKinney, received the Alvarez Blake Hamilton, the 'rather'of Jr. .J
Award presented to the outstanding Chapter President Tommy'
first year student. Miss Harrison Hamilton.
'was' also named the outstanding Some 200 parents, friends, and \
temale t-VA member. FFA members attended the annual
Miss Harrison has shown banquet in the Bradford High t
Limousin cattle at the National catetena..:250 guests were expected.
Limousin Show in Denver Colorado, so the FFA members ate the leftover '\
the Florida State to'au''and had the strawberry pie the day alter the banquet ..
reserve grand champion steer at the The leftover chicken has been "
1988 Bradlord County:: fair Knsty turned into chicken and rice and the

participated in public speaking,hortIculture members Will eat that this week, '
:said Advisor David Smith. Lady FFA Winners...
demonstration, parliamentary FFA Winners... ,
procedure, and the Jacksonville Chad Thornton, senior chapter Lisa Motiley. left, designated Star Farmer Is of '
Chapter ; the
Fair exhibit, president, :served as mater of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mosley. daughter Chef Norman, left;winner of the prestigious DeKalb Award, is the son r
Lance Wiggins, the son of Mr and ceremonies The invocation was of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman.
KrlsU Harrison, right, the Alvarez Award tor
won the
Mrs, H.K. Wiggins ot Starke, was given by Jennifer Williams. The Jr. first year student. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles being McKinney outstanding Hal Davis, right, son ol" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis, won .the
named the Star Greenhand. Wiggins Chapter officers gave the opening Agribusiness Award,

,has' participated. in almost every FFA ceremony.
judging contest this year. He showed Jim Ward director of the Vo-Tech .
'steer and breeding ,animals at the Center and former agriculture Cocaine Trial. ...i,:.:. I
Florida State Fair in Tampa. and teacher, responded to the welcome, .
showed a steer and breeding animal. and said he understands how ner- ,

at the' county lair this year vous tile young people were before from page 1A With the, increased supply of cocaine Hardy's trial is expected to last Thompson became an undercover
The Star Chapter Farmer went to administrators.such a group of parents and school elude Dudley's brother Buddy Hardy the parties became more frequent through the end of this week. agent for state and FBI agents and

senior KFA member Lisa Mosley... ? and Dudley's wife, and Bobby and the number of people attending Since his Indictment, Hardy has has worn a hidden microphone to
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs EdMosley Retired FFA advisor Paul Hut- Carter. grew. publicly admitted he used cocaine help indict 33 people in the ongoing,'
Miss Mosley has" been in- ; Second The regular three or four times a two-year drug focusedon
chins introduced guests of the witness to take the stand for years until he recently quit, and investigation
volved In FFA since the 9tn grade. chapters. including the ad' for. the government was Johnnie week sessions, where they partied often used cocaine with friends, including the Starke area.
Her activities include work with beef ministrative staff at V-tech where Blame Thompson, a convicted drug 'and free-based were Held at the, in the Mid-1980s when he was, Hardy claims he is being used as a
animals at the county lair, horses, the ag program is now housed;' ,dealer and former Bradlord County homes of Hardy or Thompson, according serving as county attorney. scapegoat. "
,and uollc'speaking.. She placed Coach Lennard Register Wally In- resident, businessman and school to Thompson. Free basing is But Hardy has argued that his use Former police major Scotty
fourth in the state public speaking gram, executive director, and wife board member. the use of heat to separate or free coy| of cocaine was casual was never Rhoden was'' convicted for drug
contest last year at the state convention RUth, ,and Susan "Faulkner presi- 'Thompson testified the first time came from' its base to get the pure connected with his official role, and conspiracy actually an FBI reverse
.and Sthnn horse judmg at the dent of the Chamber of Commerce he ever used cocaine was by invitation cocaine out. Regular partiers included that distribution charges are inap sting to bring in more than 300
state contest! In Tampa. Lisa has Bruce Scott of Jackson Building Sup-; from Dudley Hardy in Hardy's'' A.J. and Linda: Boles, Elise propriate. pounds of cocaine by plane to a lan,

been working part-time this year ply' ;'. Bradford ,County Commissioners 'home. They started using cocaine on Johns,who was living with Hardy at Hardy and his defense' attorney, ding strip in Bradford County.A .
with Or,. Fenmngton, as a veterinary Maxie Carter Jr., Joe Rid- a regular basis, three or lour times a the time; Susan Faulkner, Darlene Huntley Johnson of Gainesville say second Starke'' police officer,
aide ,dick and Commission Chairman week, wIth Dudley Hardy providing Jordan, and Sheila Starling,' Thompson .' the charges resulted from former Captain Ricky Bennett, has
Hal Davis,Jr.k: ,son of Mr and Mrs.: Lawrence Mosley; School Board ,the cocaine The coke was shared, testified. overzealous FBI agents trying to apparently fell victim to the state
''Harold Davis; received the Starke' Members Evelyn Chastam, Jimmy With only a few persons- Thompson The first six or nine months the find widespread public corruption m and federal investigation. Bennett
Agribusiness Award. Davis has been Scott, Rodney Hall,and James(Cob Dudley, Hardy Mary Ann CorDitt parties were kept very discreet, Starke and Bradford County. Hardy resigned from the Police Dept. after:
active In FFA since the 9th grade'' byl) Wainwright, and Supt. Jim Duncan -, who was living WIth Hardy at the Thompson said. Later they beCame'' ,and 'Johnson say the Investigators tapes tied him to a marijuana
when Jhe,was the outstanding first ; ,V.R. Ferguson, retired FFA time, and another female. more open and sometimes lasted worked hard but found much less harvesting, and an internal depart-
year student. /Hal attended lorestry advisor; Orian Wells of .WellsChevroletOlds Thompson testified he and Hardy, two or three days. According to corruption than they presumed was ment investigation was initiated.
camp and has been on teams too ;. Dean Manning, made several ,trips together, to Thompson, attorney Hardy wasn't there. To justify their suspicions and, Though he has not been charged
numerous 'to name,; says Advisor president of tile Bradlord-Umon Gainesville where Hardy said he., worrIed about being caught becausehe time. Hardy and Johnson argue, investigators with any criminal act Bennett
Greg Alvarez,', Hal has ,exhibited Swine Association, and members of was buying cocaine from* felt that if federals came into the went after some people resigned after he was suspendedwith
hogs in the county lair the past three the, Ag Advisory, Committee: Ray Gainesville attorney Franklin Hitch, county, Sheriff Dolph Reddish would who were simply users and not nor pay while the departmental investigation
years and has been an oilicer and Norman, chairman ; Jimmy a Bradford native and BHS know about it, and would contact his mally the kind; of targets the federal was earned out.,
chapter representative on the Alvarez, Wilbur D. Andrews Bob graduate. At that time, Thompson ,(Hardy's) former law partner now agents seek. Tuesday, Bennett took an unusual
Agriculture Advisory Commitee. Burns Mrs. Kim Unlfis, Charles ,said he split the cost of the cocaine ,County'Jifdge George Pierce and Hardy was' fired as part-time I;I step for a man not charged with a
His agribusiness award is based on Goodowns, Kenneth MUller, David with Hardy. Thompson testified they that Pierce would let Hardy know. Bradford County attorney after his criminal act. He asked a federal
his 'work the,past two yearS with Wainwnght Gary Thomas, Charles shared the cocaine with others, including The only, tape played during the friend Johnnie Blame Thompson, a magistrate in Jacksonville to appoint
Gator II Farm Supply: McKinney, H.F. Wiggins, and Hal Judy Moody and Tommy Wednesday ,afternoon session in- client and business associate of Har a public defender for him. Ben-
Five adults, were named honor Davis, Jr. Reddish. volved Thompson in conversationwith dy's, was convicted of playing a part nett appeared in person Tuesday to
Hardy at his law office last make the request, which was
Thompson also said that during year. During the conversation, they in a cocaine ring. Since then, granted.
. Board Chances Classification .1Ml2 he obtained cocaine from Tom talked of buying and selling cocaine
.my Reddish. In later years, Thompson from possibly JO or ,40 people m
Buster Kahn Under 'present circumstances the said, he bought sold and shared Starke. They talked of giving cocaine r
BCT Staff 11'riterDuplex ,duplex cannot be rebuilt on the plot cocaine with Reddish. for sexual favors and mentioned 6
Mlhot1'con should ,it burn, or be destroyed by people who were involved. People s
owner Louis other means. When they first started using cocaine named included Judy pj
'vinced the Starke'Zoning Board to Area resident Sam Wise said he the parties at Hardy's home, Moody Judy Bradly Susan
change classification of a lot on N built a home on Cypress St. in 1953, were small but frequent, including Faulkner, and Tommy Reddish. A
Myrtle St. to reflect the apartmentthat and 'We dIdn't want the apartment four, five or six people, Thompson Over 30 persons have been indicted G
actually sits on the site, in a building to start with." Wise said testified. At that time the supplierwas by a federal grand jury have
,regular. meeting, Thursday, May 26. "We" were'' overruled when the Lucian Paul Bradley 'Thompson plead or been found guilty by a jury,
The lot is zoned R1A, Single Family duplex was built" .: said, and cocaine was then sell sentenced; or are awaiting sentencing
Residence. Miliotl asked to nave it Stanley Mathis said he bought adJoining ing for $1,800 an ounce. for drug activity in Bradford 13999
changed to RP Residential, Professional for his elderly In August 1983, L.J. Norman; a, County. Former Starke police Major
but agreed to change the request mother, property and asked, "How do we convicted drug dealer now under .Scotty Rhoden, supposed to be
to KiA, Residential, MultiFamily '
federal contacted
pending charges sentenced Friday for drug con
know they can t put in a garage if it
which Zoning Director Dar- is rezoned for business? 1 would like Thompson to see if Norman'could is a possible witness in the
rell O Neal said would be appropriate serve as a supplier for Thompson. Hardy trial.
to see it remain the same,
and relieve fears of
Ms. Charlotte Frees, asked if
neighbors that a "professional" zon-
ing will increase traffic in the rezoning was being sought ",Just for Good-bye Selectric;
residential area. The Zoning Board his property,or lor the whole area?''

agreed on a 4-0 vote. When told it was confined to the ,'A
Miliotl Ms. Frees said Hello regular retail
Miliotl related he came to Starke property. she Brother!
and has no objection to the reclassitica- value of $209.99
two years ago, was shown the,
duplex,without any reference to the ,tion of Miliotl property. with 14" bar and chain
'zoning conI lid. In tact Miliotl said,' Chairman Walt Wescott said the bcotI1er.:
board will consider the R2A
didn know the wasn't
he zoning Full of
rang -
classification precluding the 2.0 CIO angina
proper until he recently decided to' EM (, with 16' bar '
possibility of a business being 511 ,11 i.oohxss only
sell. Evidently the duplex waseither established Model 2000 $10 more.
: in the residential area.
overlooked or grandlatheredin
at the time it was built,some 16-11 With that stipulation, Zoning 2.3 CIO 2300courrtervibe .
*, .
Board Member Warney Adkmson with 16
years ago. moved to change the classificatiou Poulan bar only $1
With the building nonconforming -
'from RIA to R2A. Brenda Alvarez
structure, it is
seconded the motion and it earned
to sell, Miliotl said because banks
will not finance the transaction. '4-0. Exclusive t Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models. See Dealer

for Details. Available at::

Information RequestedFrom FLH.TQJINTHEBTRE ,/ = our .. Stork' keyalHelWo"
Flo. Peat Control ,Stork.Power Equfp. Bobs Lowrxnow.r a
Local Farmers Starke 964-5451 -- price. 639, E.eon St 0138 S.Walnut SI, Chalnlaw RepaIr-tt.oIV 21 N
964-67 964-8568 .73-0233

County'Agent Bobby Taylor:' re- Open Eueru Night'" n THE Dwtnbutwl by Thgpn DtMfibutor*. Inc BOM see, .QA 31795 C.-( )y3-13a.
questing information from Bradford 799.95 Although -. ,Hmttmr KM bMn prwtawty nalifMtf of ttw oft**, om*kndMrfual d.4.,.
iwy1..a..e;..-.....,..." L' J may not pntcip l. It on*you Met doM MM..M iVioMwx Mowd or cD{912)M-M3M:
County terest in growers establishing to determine a retail m-J :', $2.00 SPECIAL } 110 W. CaD St. 964-5764 ....... for n.tourc at offer "YN.5u.ra..e.pw..ock M iit,,inn d.bibs

Farmer Market in Starke. :J
Taylor says the Bradlord County, t Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Show, S\ -t. - CLIP TIUS COUPON MM H .' .

Cooperative Extension: Service, the I Tuesday Showing \. .
-Stark Farmer's Market, ASCS and << 'Two Fish n' Chips $4.99

several growers 'are interested in Starts Friday, June 3. .

developing a retail Farmer's, Walt, Disney Pictures I I Each fish n' Chips includes.three tender, golden-brown fish fillets .
Market in Starke, and would like to ,
fries and
two hush
have local growers input in this mat RETURN TO puppies. O
ter. ,
The retail market will be set up on One : usedwmPtain
SNOWY RIVER coupon per custocnef. Not to be
the State Farmer Market groundson any other coupon or discount. Good 1

J US-301.R.,'Wainwnght North, in'Starke.and sons'lease PART II imI participating.. Captain D's. Offer expires 6/14/88.! A great little. seafood place. _

about half platforms tile market and refrigeration but the remaining I r SCREEN TWO 1 I -, CLIP THE COUPON mm mm mm mm 'mmm.

is available to others, Taylor said. '
This questionaire shold be com : ThreePieceFish nnet"$2.99-
pleted and returned as soon as POSSIble -' 1 1P IDAY7HEI 3T't ,

to the County Extension Otfice, t Three golden-brown fish fillets, french fries, cole slaw and
P.O.Drawer 1028 Starke Fla. 32091 ,
Questions: PNUruID[ two hush puppies. .

-I am interested in seeing a .
market establised. Ves..No..u\, ftIiii. 1
-! will participate. if a market is 301 DRIVE-HI 'One coupon per customer.Not to be used'wlth :t
established. Yes..No..c. c any other coupon or discount. Good at on '. -
Please list the days and hours you ,Stoke 964-7434 I participating Captain 0'*. Offer expires 6/14/88. A great little Seafood plaOC.mm .
Fri. Sat. & Sun
would be most interested *
in selling
your CUP TICS COUPON mm mm mm, mm _

produce,....c.LIst' ....,;...............:..;......./. Michael Keaton [ErnBEETLEJUICE 'Bite-Size '
'. produce you will have Shrimp Dinner $2.99 '-
available, and the months you expect -
to be producing: .*. .:. .". .'. ", A large serving of delicious bite-size fried shrimp with cocktail |

.. . ... . ; ., .. . : french fries sauce,
... .." ... . ,. .," ;'. .. . .. . ,Admission 1 cole! slaw and
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.. . ..... .,. . ., Children.._..........:.... 60$ One coupon per customef. Not to be used with .Ki1tlJ. <
'Please furnish your name, address / 1 / any other coupon or discount. Good at ol .
I 'participating Captain C',. A
and phone number.:. ', Offer expire 6/14/88., great UttIe Seakocf pc .

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June I, 111I8 TELlGRAPH:

zt Adele Mitchell Honored by BC School Board

," \. 4sr For Volunteer .
Work nn bic Say l% n" Prorrrarn :

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Mitchell wa honored by v -0-
school board members and Supt. Elementary Brooker Elementary, The financial situation is
Bradford Middle not as gested each '
School tuuuber
Jim and Hamp study a dif
Duncan woo presented her a ton Elementary gloomy as It was, but It still uncer ferent area of the school
received Golden system to
plaque May if for the tain.
many hours of
School become
Awards for more familiar.
school Board
volunteer work put in the Just Say hours. Increased funding in tr naporta. Member Evelyn Chastain
No to Drugs Week.: School volunteers tion will be a great deal of help to the him up.
In presenting to Mrs. parents Bradford district, which traditional
and other
Mitchell, Supt. Duncan said: 'This of charge persons to who appear free ly has to supplement state funds for But veteran Board
help teachers Member
1rf community has seen the evidence of in the the system. Rodney 1 Hall
classroom were honored Mt cautioned the
1Miilir what Adele / 16. new
Mitchell Employee
r i has done. She Denise health insurance costs board members not to
did Adams coordinator of ex- become im
everything anybody wanted her will probably increase volved
ceptional education substantially. in the administration
said of the
to do. This that Supt.
community has experienced Southside Elementary said he's noticed increases school system, and reminded
with 669 them
something participated in of 30 to 50 percent in other 'the school
students board
4 enrolled is a
led policy
with 1,023 making
by everybody, and noted by bows on hours of districts. body, -
light poles and red volunteer work: Bradford The Bradford
.. ribbons. Middle district's self-
Adele does not want this thing to enrolled, has 1,839 hours 820 of students insurance program on buildings has "My idea Is to work in an area to
stop. That would disappoint her work, BrooKer volunteer been a gamble that paid off, though learn the operation not to ad'
more than anything else 1 Elementary, 140, the board had to minister that ,"
UunK. ,enrolled, 272 hours. cash in on it a cou- area said Scott
Supt. Duncan thanked Mrs.. Mit ple of time chell for her hours of In State School Board Association
Jul many work in Supt.'s .
d Report.
organizing the Just Say No to Drugs Combat rumor spreaders by call meetings she's been asked what is
Week: here.Volunteer. There is very reliable Information ing the principal of the school about her area of expertise or what committees
that the school district will get them,,Supt. Duncan urged. she's worked on, said Ma
flours... 1400,000 (o renovate the BHS gymnasium Chastain. "We don't have many
Four district schools Southside Supt Duncan reported May Board Study... committees," she said.
16. Duncan ,reported: Board "I'm afraid it'll lead' into
: Member Jimmy Scott sue- .. "D.__ u_".. lid.mlnl.trsahn -
-' '" "".n.

( i4'' 2-2 Vote, Div- :
Stops i rP Cent. ;' I

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fiv'' F In. pap 1" ., -- -
and thinks
the land Use
relate is Inap- the
the retention
statement. to the proposed propriate for a pre-school pond,"Belco will make, Lasher' failed to second the mo

tNNECO preschool.Ms.. Bassett said he will vote to oppose necessary repairs lion,so it too,: failed. '
Peterson proposed that lottery the request. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal

I funds be utilized for pre-school use, told the board that an official of HRS !O'Neal ,said the 'board should
although the Board of Adjustment For the School.. ( Department of Health and render
a decision
Spent Many Hours. has Rehabilitative by accepting or re-
Many .. little imput In the distribution of Services) said he Jectmg the
lottery funds. Betty Warren who has 2, doesn't see anything to preclude request, or in this (case,
Adele Mitchell shows plaque awarded for her work In children attending per voting a deadlock; since there are''
the local Drug Mrs Jess Sandberg the Madison mitting by his ,
Free a resident of agency. Ms.
School Capps
Program. Mrs. Mitchell retired from the Church Pre-school, said currenly only 4 members assigned to
system last Lafayette St., spoke of traffic She has replied, -HRS isn't concerned
year, and took problems with the board.In .
on the battle been
drug ai a volunteer through the .
working without pay. bad smells and mosquitoes in building and health and safety care; but this,
the area. She said grounds, and has no problems with board is." (
Board semi-trucks either. Contradicting earlier claims the end, Lasher moved to'ap
Hears Money Needs supplies along Lafayette Mrs. Warren prove the request for .
said a
St., sometimes block the no water stands on- The meeting droned special ex
right-of- on for ception,with Teal
the more
... grounds following a rain,and the seconding the mo.Ion.
,' way,and there are potential hazards than an hour with ,with Bassett .
At Marathon Meeting to a day care center at the proposed tell.building There is sturdy is a "good, so far porch as she for can the finally The moving to deny the petition. :

','.'I\ ''I" ..... site.Brenda Alvarez, a children to play on during inclement motion died for lack of a second. The board voted 2-2. A tie vote effectively .
member of the
.. Some $400,000 of needs and wants Rodney Hall he .. Starke 'weather.:' killed the request.
ILKB iu put out a Zoning Board Chairperson
,: were told to asked the Mrs. Capps could not se-
theBradford School news letter for the district' Board Warren said she has not '
school of
(: .' '.;. as Adjustment to "consider the motion.
:,,',,,, Board by' district-wide ad Hall suggested, and would do so, if. the points raised by those against observed the,"heavy ''traffIC" other Ms. Nichols said this week that she
ministrators in a marathon he had mentioned, and store deliveries is looking for another
meeting more secretarial help. the proposal.: are Ken Teal moved to approve the re- location; Guy
May 18 in the school board administration In addition Curriculum Coor- Board Member Sam Bassett said made mostly at night. She expressed quest, clearly expecting a second Andrews said the real estate is Mill
building. dinator Burney Winkler wants a he has a, problem with the confidence in Belco Enterprises by trom Board Member Clyed Lasher there, and some use will be found tor,
the It was another meeting at which fulltime secretary, Food Service traffic saying, rlf there is a problem,with who didn.t support Bassett. ,it. He said, "1 have learned. .to.roll,,
school board with '
members wanted to Director Delores
Morgan wants a
,learn what the district office needs ,half-time secretary,and Myrna Lou Memorial.Day.
are. As Personnel Director Dewey Hurst, coordinator of four special
McKinney told the board, "We can't programs, want two
,a, day
!afford it all, but.,. more secretarial assistance. punches.1'J

Computer Specialist Steve Miller .
The board turned no one down,but also wants a fulltime secretary, a .
wants to know the
needs. When the fulltime data
entry clerk a fulltime from page !A'Woman's
final money figure Is known from the person to work on attendance plus a '

board Florida Legislature, then the school fulltime data entry operator for the Club of Starke by Mrs.., ct to the Bride'
will get down to the nitty- ,high school. Herb Thomas.
gritty and decide what each school Another new ,Chamber of Commerce, Executive )arer'Px'ANNI.'
employee requested by
and the district office will get. The by McKinney and Dr. Miller and Director Wally Ingram. oh Her ,,
Wedding Day -
money available will Col. McKeown '
determine '
supported by Supt.Jim Duncan Is a concluded by
what will be delivered reciting this !!
or increased, records management liason officer. poem:
and what will have to wait again. There are many old records in the "For it's Tommy thli'ao' that,
Three secretaries, working for and and 'Chuck him out, the brute I
system,' many that could be ,, PRICES BEGIN THURSDAY JUNE 2ND
seven administrators is apparently destroyed, legally if the "But it's 'Savior of '11 Country Mt ,
npt satisfactory, Four ad- method could be found, Supt.proper Dun- when the guns begin to shoot. tV& M1 mhToMiNons THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 8TH. ,

asked for more, can said. ,A person could work Memorial Day originated during :_ J4. AT OUR STARKE; & MACCLENNY,
Estratora aissistance. Coordinator,,"2! fulltime on rf'Cordsl a year very, the Civil; War when some,Southern LOCATIONS ONLYl
: f i, for instance, made a easily, said Supt. Duncan. For instance women' chose May 30 to decorate,,
'.. fulltime secretary his only request. on file now are employee graves of both Union and Con- -
At present,McKinney and Computer leave federate soldiers
requests from years ago. by placing flowers McCORMICK
Specialist Dr. Steve Miller share one These should be destroyed Supt. and flags on ,the graves,of ser-, Fleischmann's GORDO 'S ,
secretary located halfway between Duncan said, but permission has to 'vicemen., __ _".- w 80 PROOF 80 PROOF

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ge 4A TELEGRAPH June Z. 1988

Will this Be the Story of Raiford?

,, :,<,,(, ""''' '\,'', ;:.,,\, etJlTOKlALSDER ) :,f;" '\,<,I"t' : i; ,:,: From, Turpentine to, Haz-WasteAfter

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,, 'Should Take a Tip months of debate and speculation, ti s, f'' .

the future of Raiford 1* still very much in
the airpossibly polluted air,If plans for a h
From North Carolina hazardous waste site near'' the north city'' r, .
limits of the town are finally settled.

Last January the Raiford Council,
Evidently;the State of North Carolina scientific one." Apparently what's true recommendation of Mayor J.D. Griffia.upon

is more consideration for its citizensthe in North Carolina a true in Florida. voted in favor of annexing the proposedBite.
process of selecting a site for a on property now used by Union Correctional
But there is one difference.Before:
Institution, Into the Town of -
izardous waste treatment facility i
Edgecomb accepts the hazardous waste Raiford. Such a storm of protest developed
Florida had for
ie State of has facility it is proposing a long list of com among the citizenry however, to locatinga
;sidents pensatory payments it will ,demand hazardous waste treatment facility in the

North Carolina is going, through the from the state if it is to be the final Raiford area, that the Council, at a later
followed the of
ime tortured process of site selection, designated site. Among other things, and tabled the annexation Issue -'
ut 'it,is doing so. ..n ,a ''vastly different .. the county'' wants U.S.. 64 approaching unless and until the Flonda Department of, ,, -
'ay. Whereas ..Florida officialdom ands Edgecomb to be upgraded "in Environmental Regulation finalized selection gG. t'Gr .

subservient bureaucracy, DER, has terstate quality". It also wants an interstate of the Highway 121 'site north of LrA. ..

icKed one of the smallest, poorest, and connector and rail spur to the Raiford.
'lost politically impotent counties in the "waste management park", as they callit Gnffis says the annexation issue may be
discussed at the Council's June 14 ,
,tate for. -a treatment facility, North in N.C., in addition to state-funded but since it appears that the Raiford meeting site
:Carolina is showing some considera- utilities, and funds to construct a new might be contested in court by the United

lon, even compassion, and good com-' social services building, a water Citizens Against Polution, the annexation
nonsense in making its selection. system, and modernize the volunteer proposal will likely remain tabled until the
fire-department and services, site is finalized, which might be a matterof
According to a recent news story in sewage months, or even longer.In .

he "Ashville, Citizen"?, North Carolina Not. a bad 'deal for'' Edgecomb-, the meanwhile, Raiford area citizensare -

egislators, weary of struggling for a perhaps, additionally perturbed by talk of a Turpentine OperationThe

iolution to the 'politically explosive" But what will Starke and Lake Butler' three-county landfill for solid waste McEa'chern ft Turpentine Farm, Kaiford's first Industry was located on
jvaste-dispbsal dilemma, has adopted a possibly being located on UCI property on tile old Jacksonville and Southwestern Railroad that ran in IMl from Jacksonville to
get? Only increased traffic from hazardous the east side of SR-121, Just across from Newberry. It was later taken over by the Atlantic Coast Line and Is now defunct At
;ormula that calls tor negotiating rather ,waste trucks headed for SR-121 to the proposed hazardous waste site on the left in old photo Is Hunter W. Raiford who came from HawkinsvUle. Ga., to manage
than dicta ting a decision that affects the reach the plant north of Raiford. To ex- west side of the highway. The landfill the turpentine operation and later became the settlement's first oo t_....._ diving
lives and property of its citizens. pect cost-and-time-conscious truck would be designed to take care of solid his name to the town.
waste from three counties, as well as two ,
As related in the newspaper story, drivers from South Florida to add prisons, UCI and FSP. y't"' '
separate legislative committees have another 35 miles to each trip by going all Gone...
"It's all unsettled now,
been offering proposed incentivepackages the ,way north to Jacksonville on 1-95, Mayor Griffis. "Nobody knows what's going But NotForgotten h A
to North counties, then west on 1-10 to turn south on SR-121 to happen."

hoping that one or more of them would to the plant is a bit of naive wishful- Thus the little town that grew from a ...

otter to host the controversial facilities. thinking. It would take half the Highway turpentine camp around the turn of the ',' ,I' .
''Last year, they whittled a list of over 500 Patrol in this district to enforce that' century is now the center ota long con In "splendid isola- lit. t

potential sites down to twobut aban- regulation troversy. tion", the Raiforddepo't beside I $ : = _"
doned of the face of fierce sat ,
both these in
History .. tracks
local News leaked out last We firmly believe that if the Florida shiny '/
opposition. ,
for many years ser /
week, that the commission had tentatively 'LegIslature and the State Departmentof Quite a colorful and checkered cart ving passengers. and
settled on a site at Edgecomb in Environmental, Regulation had approached for a town that started when Hunter War- freight customers on
protests'' this matter in the manner and ren Raiford a native of HawKlnsvuie, Ga., the old Jacksonville
: County' sparking angry' cooperative spirit that is now being used built a large turnpentine still on the site of & Southwestern line.
e i there. North the present town just before the turn of the,
in Carolina they could have The rails were
The head of the North Carolina avoided the painful process that, now 'century. taken up a year or so
According to a history of Raiford, compiled -,
technical committee said "Choosing a removing the
seems likely headed for -prolonged for the soth anniversary of Union ago
site ,is more ofa, political, social and 'court litigation before the Florida site is County in 1971,the town's founder came to last,'vestige of what
public operation: than it is technical, settled. '! the area in searCh of virgin pine forests to was a
tap for naval stores. In connection with
this operation"also' owned a commissary -, itaUon.-,
We It's to sell food and supplies to the
Say ,Hogwash turpentine"dands",and, as the settlement 'Johnson.' Others who followed later were'Dr. was
grew, the first post office was opened and Perry Farnell, Dr.Green and anotherDr.
I named Raiford in honor of its founder. Johnson.
': '(Editorial from The Gainesville Sun) ,,',' ," '" With the coming of the railroad a few Raiford was Incorporated during'the
,..'! ::1j','. May 27, 1988 '1 .,',;'', '''years later, the town thnved. Dennis An-, Florida boom of the late 1920s,'With
,<;.: drews, living then about three miles nor Nelson Ritch as Mayor; Mrs. Margaret
( thwest of town, moved to Raiford in 1900 McKay Graham as clerk, and two
and he and Henry Jones built a store and councilmen-Andrews and E.W. Tom-
One of the main, reasons'statehtred drivers use them?! cotton gin that was the center of activity, pklns. John Dekle was town marshal.

consultants saId' they 'pICked a Union It seems a contradiction for the DER during those early years.:They later sold In 1914 a red brick schoolhouse replacedthe
'County site as the spot for a giant hazardous -, and consultants to say transportation is out to the .brothers,John and_Jim. old frame building and was used untilDuring
waste the depression years of the 1930s.Raiford
plant is transpor 'a major point in'selecting the Union The Boom''Y.ears... 's charter was allowed to lapse andthe
tation., They point 'out that interstate 'County site, while the consultants also Andrews built a grocery store on the corner = town remained unincorporated for n t
highways run in the neighboring counties say the road system there is a disadvan which was later operated by the present -( about 40 years. Early in 1971 a group of
on three sides of the site. tage. mayor of Raiford, J.D. Griff is. Part of citizens decided to work for remcorpora
the store was used to house the Citizens bon in order to obtain a portion of state
On ''the east side, running north and Of course, this isn't the only problemwith Bank: of Raiford with Thomas Handley as gasoline and cigarette taxes which would .i

south, is 1-95. To the north is 1-10 running Weston's report. A recent review of president and Jim Byrd, cashier. During help pay for needed improvements, including
DER files its heyday the town also boasted three street lights, a volunteer fire
on the work revealed the firm
east and west. And west of the site;' missed drug stores,two barber shops,and even a department, and playground equipment.
also running north and south, is 1-75. consistently deadlines set by the newspaper The Weekly Tribune. At one The law authorizing a referendum on incorporation 'M1
contract did not publish public time there were three doctors, Dr. Lee was passed at the 1911
Trucks hauling 100,000 tons'of hazar- awareness matenals'as required was Whitten, Dr. Wilbur Farnell. and Dr legislative session, and approved the
unable to perform other key parts of the following August. First elected officials
waste per year to the plant will use under the new charter' were Elmer H.
those three interstate highways, say the contract and experienced several oUterproblem. Wallace, Mayor; Myrtle Lee Sweat. A.R. .
consultants, Roy F. Weston, Inc., hired The contradiction over the Forestry Bruner,Joyce Norman,Lamar Green, and HUNTER W, RAIFORD-- -"
by the Department of Environmental roads in Umon County is just one more ,. ,. Willie W, Carter, council members; and

Regulation. They will then use mostly of many problems in that regard. in Bradford County ,Katherine Alvarez temporary clerk. 'from hosting the plant as well as benefit

two-lane roads once they get off the interstates Union County officials have asked the What'Next?, other from Jobs satellite provided industries by the that operation might be and at.

,to bring wastes to the' plant.. selection of a site for a hazardous waste Bradford By'David W. Norton Now Raiford is paused at the crossroads. tracted to the area as a result.Griff,who
'4 treatment plant be put off for a year for County,Forester: The proposed hazardous waste treatment learned of the proposed plant early on,
The 'consultantS did say that .Union, further study., That delay should be facUlty is openly opposed by a large says he went to Tallahassee to oppose it for.
County's road system is a disadvantage. granted. What the consultants have Summer Forestry, Camp number of Union County citizens,who fear Union .County; but after conferring with

to be considered, as :is the lack of reported is, as Sheriff Whitehead said,' Several years ago Flonda citizens decided ,,, air also and from water the ever-present pollution from danger the plant of toxic and DER that it officials was worth, he going came for.away convinced,
"ecology" was an sub
railroad service to the site., However hogwash ject. Important enough to do spills by trucks on the highways. Raiford What would Hunter Raiford say if he
they also point out there isverylittle, about it-and today,there are environmental something- Mayor J.D. Griff decided last November were here to Join the fray? That is
traffic on the county's roads, there are education classes in hundreds of our to seek the hazardous waste facility in the I anybody's guess, 'but & would be interesting -
no bridges to be crossed by the haulers, Grant Sees", State public schools. belief that the town would jam;! financially to know.,;' .

and the roads .do not infringe on "en But there's one environmental programthat
doesn't meet in any classroom. Since
vironmental As
sensitive areas. Unprepared, 1974. the State Division of Forestry (DOFJ

yes, the consultants say,. the road has sponsored an Environmental Summer Help Someone to Read!
system is a plus for the Union Countysite Camp to help boys'' and girls understandand .
ranked On his visit to Camp Blanding and respect the ecosystem we live in./
tirst of five sites.
possible For ten weeks this
Starke last week U. Represen summer one of
But, .lImon 'County Sheriff Jerry 'tative Bill Grant laid his staff is dra/-, Florida's biggest 'state foreststhe
Withlacoochee will host hundreds of
Whitehead ,
isn'tbuying that expLana- ting a letter challenging what procedures students for a week at a time., '
tion.' "1 say that;s hogwash'lt's. ; a copout -; the State hasor, lacks-- for The first thing the young people are

," Whitehead said.,: it has .nothing to, handling the treatment of hazardous given when they reach the camp Is a brief
do with transportation." waste., The letter will be sent to course m'wildland ;survival. They're
taught the basics of first aid, water safetyan
What Whitehead'and others from Governor Bob Martinez the Presi- how to Identify poisonous plants andanimals.

Union County believe is that their, coun dent of the Senate, and the Speaker. of Then they begin exploring the
ty was picked as the'site for the facilty the House elements that make up our world. Soil,air,
'water, plant and animal life, all of these
because it lacked the
poUlatlon and 'It is hoped that the Congressman'sletter are closely studied so the students can find
political muscle to with! It. They also say will open the eyes of these State out hOw all the elements are related.

Union's two-lane roads 'make waste leaders; and induce them to face a This state forest contains a wide variety
shipments potentially dangerous to basic problem that should have been of terrain and plant life. Native trees and
theIr. county. And surrounding counties addressed ''plents cover the untouched land. The, The Bradford County School Board ,Feel good'about yourself' and help
will threatened before the first step was camps use this to full advantage. Studentsare and the Florida State Department of ,others at the same time. '
also be dnversWhO'
by truck taken to pick a site for a,hazardous encouraged to feel the soil,listen to the Education are committed to teaching In Bradford County there are qnr
take. shortcut to reach the site waste treatment facility. sounds of the animals?, and sketch the adults to read. A major program is be- ,3,000 adults (age 25 and up) that have
from. 1-95; they sayr''They've .. plants that they see. ing developed to tram adult citizens to less than an 8th grade education. There
"To my knowledge, we have only u The field activities are done in groups of teach people now to read. This program ,are -approximately 1,000 adults
got a point..Certainly.Union couple of emergency-response teams eight or ten, so each student has a chance'' is developed By the Literacy Volunteers (age 25 and up) that read on less.than a t
County does lack political ''clout in In the State capable of coping with a to share his discoveries The group leaders of America and Is specifically designed '4th grade level.,
Tallahassee; it 'is represented by the hazardous waste the are professional foresters and. environmental to help all citizens learn to read. Our, citizens need help and' ea- \
one House member' and is part of a spill on science educators. If you have your hl school diploma couragement. Let's Join this Volunteeror
( Senate district highways or'at the plant, Grant Both of the camp programs now Include couege degree or if you can read and Reading Tutor Team in Bradford Coun-,
10-county represented by said. He expressed hope that his let a full day of canoeing. This provides real-' want to help others, plan now to par- ty. Just tIuMwOUldn't it he nice a all
one senator. life practice at water safety and a close- in this of citizens
ter pointing out this shortcoming: itlclpate program. our could read the Bible,
Also, while state environmental officials would result In delaying plans to build along up study our of rivers.the plants and animals living- When)., : June>>21 ."(Monday, 'Tuesday and recipes grandchildren, and help read their? own children

argue that two-lane roads are as the treatment facility until the StateIs One week Is barely enough to begin to Where:' Bradford-Union Area'Voca-
safe, as' four-lane roads for hauling ready to deal with these problems' .take aU this in. So for a limited number of itlonal Technical Center Join tech Call Charlie Thomas1.
hazardous students, we have advanced at the. Center todayM4l90f
waste; the' consultants did an week Price Free.. .
Grant knows that
state the road system is a disadvantage. course.This Includes extended hiking and -
few if any counties along the routesto camping through the unspoiled forest. '
Furthermore to .
suggest that large be travelled by trucks hauling the Life at camp isn't always structured acttviUes -
trucks hauling hazardous waste on two-' hazardous and teaching" can ruin a learning -
wastes 'are
lane roads are as safe as if they were on equipped experience.. Success of these camps p as Aoro o c0
four-lane roads is to overlook the ob- Cope with such lift-threatening Isn't measured in how many hours are .

viotos fact that those trucks have less' accidentscertainly not Bradford, spent teaming., It's measured in the z3rtrap1:
Union or Baker- which must bear the discoveries that are made, friendships '
room to maneuver two-lane roads.
on ,brunt of this traffic. It It unconscionable that are.started, and eyes that are opened. 'o 0 '
DER officials also suggest that truck that the State would force There are still some spaces available for C1TON son O.'IIIOUIOHIONH M.MIUU,
drivers won't shortcuts this summer U you'd like to attend the ......-.
use to save' such a facility on that Is
any county camps send child Fubfcrwd each
your sponsor a Thundoy and ntwcd on Second Qart Matt.at ,
time. However, coming from the east, unprepared and lacks the finances studentcontact your county foresters off !IT,* Pool Omc at Start..FkxtdaiTKl*Act of Mach. 1ST?. '
truckers could save 35 miles using needed for emergency equipment re flee at M4 280, ext. ut, or atop by the "'-NuJos t

Shortcuts ta the route Why wouldn't the quired to protect Its.citizens: ,Agriculture brochure at the Building reception and dea ask. for a'' t b.Draw,Ai Ma,...flortda knarpeon outsde Rat.n node bode/v.a A.ar 'UI.OOpet.-60.IUOOp' vw: UOO..monies.mflo h '


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t7ocial' Benefit Gospel Sing double life term at Georgia State

Parrlsh-McCarthy Penitentiary, After eight yean in
There will be a benefit gospel sing prison (including "hard tuDe"'oo
I ide of the, news To Wed June at Church of God of Prophecy, Inc., Death Row) Moms made a com

.J ) : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkuis of 2136 N. Temple Ave., at 2 p,m. Guest mitment to Jews Christ and began
.........p art. N' __' swirl E....... Starke and Bill Pamsh of Ocala an- .. singers will include the Cercy Family an outreach to young people to help
............ a....'.. 1'1I' MntuEngdgemenf nounce the approaching marriage of i. King Kids, and Thornton Family. them avoid the traps that got him into

their daughter Becky Eileen: to among welcome. others ,Everyone. Is' trouble.
Alan of Mr Moms was miraculously released
ferry McCarthy, son
The Chappells and Mrs. James H. McCarthy.. the t ? A covered dish supper will be held on parole on March 14, itn after

> wedding will be Saturday, June 4, at at.the church,, Bring a disn and Joinus nearly a decade behind bars He

Celebrate 25thWe.d.Annlversary 6 p.m. in the First United Methodist later was graduated from
Fender-Johns Church with Rev; Ballard Wilson /' Also there will be a bake sale Friday Southeastern Bible College in Birmingham ."
-- $. afternoon from 5-9 p.m. at Ala., and
performing the ceremony, \ .; was granted a full
Announce EngagementMr. 1 a&Y. Pastor Rev. W. 't. ;
Following the wedding, a reception is Laney pardon by Georgia Governor George

and' Mrs.. Marvin 'tyer ,of will be held in the church's 'if. / Baptist/ Busbee on March 15, 1MI.
Bayless Hwy ,
Starke IS proud to announce the upcoming -. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Chappell fellowship hall. rrs Moms' first book, twice Par-
marriage of Gale' celebrated their 25th wedding an- No local invitations are' being 1' To Conduct Music' School don4d.An Ex-Con Talks to Parents

daughter, fern Lynn Fender, to niversary Saturday, May 21, at the sent; all friends and relatives are Bayless Highway Baptist Churchis ,and 'teenshas ranked near the top,
home of Mr. and Mrs Jim Lewis. '" of Christian best-seller lists since its
invited to attend.Crews.Sellers'Wedding.
Fred Carlton Johns, Jr., son of Rev. cordially sponsoring a music school, con
Mrs. Lewis greeted the guests and release in June 1986 by Focus on the
and Mrs. Fred C. Johns ,of New ducted by Miss Sharon Kmg, a
Invited them into the dining area, Family Publishing,
River. fern is also the daughter of j .' graduate of Oklahoma Baptist
delicious assortment of ,
,the late James F. Fender. where, cheeses a and // '. University
meats vegetables
The bride-elect la a 1986 graduateof par'ty This school will be held
Bradford High School and is foods hours.were served during the par Will Be July I and Miss John Juice lt Ann TU Wise>sler Monday music through Fnday, June 6-10. St. Edwards News

employed by Flonda State Board of ty Mitte Crews and Marvin Sellers The schedule will be 10-11 a.m. for
The bride and cake center
Accounting in Gainesville. used the groom cake 25 will be married Friday, July 1 at 8' Wlse-Tlnsler/ To Wed'' -+- ,Children; Music Directors, 1:30-1: : 15 Bike-a-Thon...
The groom-elect Is a 1983 graduateof piece on ChappeU p.m. at the home ot the groom's ,p.m. and Adult and Youth Choir On Saturday, May 28, the St. Ed-
used Mrs.
Bradford High School and is cur years ago was again by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grits Mr. and Mrs Wallace A. Wise ot Irom 1:30-9: p.m. No tuition is required ward Catholic Youth Organization

rently in the Navy, stationed at Nor- Judy Dukes when decorating the ,,2301 Sleepy Hollow Drive in' Washington Indiana, announce .the' Anyone Interested is conducted a Bike-a-Thon for, the
cake for this special occasion. approaching marriage of their welcome'to. attend
folK, Va. Starke. benefit of the Cystic Fibrosis Foun
The wedding will be Sept. 10 at 7 Approximately 150 friends and No local invitations are being daughter, ,Julee Ann, to John Lee' dation.

p.m. and will be held at Pine Level relatives enjoyed the evening.. Out of 'sent all friends and relatives are invited Tmsler,.son ot Mr. and Mrs, Lester Thirteen boys and girls from nine
Baptist Church in Starke.All. friends town guests from South Carolina ; to attend this special occasion. Walker ol Lawtey and, Mr. and Mrs. to sixteen years of age participated
and relatives are invited;' 'were Ernestine Edgeworth,Tammy 'Albert Tinsler ot Lexington, Va An ,Ex.Con Talks'To in riding bikes for four hours in
& Laura Edgeworth, Sharon King, The ceremony' Will take\ place on STarke. Through pledges of
Christine Sutton and Padgett """- """'-"' Teens In Film'
Bradford Co. Homemaker Sylvia Saturay, Aug. 1J; at 1:30: p.m. at the they collected some $400 for this
Louise Scott from Jay, Fla., Louise First Baptist Church of Starke'there To Be Shown Sunday' 'alias All.ti Jones IT.ImInnjM and
Club Installs Officers Teat Barbara Wilkerson, Sara : : ,
will be i a reception Intn Trimble conductors:
Twice Pardoned", a new "must- Peg. were
Odom 'Lori Odom and Barbara
Bradford County Extension ,' ACT Test OfferedAt fellowship hall immediately. following see" ''film presentation created During the afternoon hours the
Homemaker's Club officers for Odom. the ceremony, especially lor teenagers, examines CYO with their advisors sponsored a
1988-89 were installed at the May SFCC, Starke Center, No local invitations wilt .be sent; the,destructive ways In which many Parish Picnic ,with entertainment

meeting held at the ,Agriculture Lodge'Seeks Deceased Any student who plans to attend all family and friends are invited to young people try to cope with the; Volleyball, horseshoes., and ,a

Building, New officers are President Members' Widows Santa Fe Community College this attend the wedding\ and reception pains and pressures ot growing up. chocolate pie eating contact were'

Edna Wamwnght. Vice President summer or fall should take the ACT It will be shown this Sunday, June S, among activities provided.
Violet Crosby;i Secretary Lane test to be administered at the Starke at 6 p.m. at the First Christian Advisors who entertained with
> ;fenly .Treasurer Mary Somar; 'Bradford Lodge 35, F&AM widows needs Center on Thursday, June 9. / .' ,Church on West Call St., in btarke> skits 'were Peg and Ray fumble;
.Parliamentarian Inex Crosby. assistance in locating the of The test, which lasts approximately in this recent release from Focuson Mary Milton,' than Morm, Bobby
Mrs. Virginia Collins, President' of our deceased brothers for a special four hours, will begin promptly at Cassl Shlann Padg&t the Family Films ex-con Harold Moore and Saliye Scoggins Amongthe
,Alachua' County Council occasion. Morns tells his incredible life story youths entertaining were Keith
Homemakers, installed the new officers Please 'contact Herbert Green, 6 who p.m.take It will the be ACT necessary test to fill for out those an Gay and\ Darlene Padgett ,ot' and urges teenagers to avoid the Cowie, Jason Morin, Kelly, Jeremy,
with Mrs. Bonnie. Chestnut of 964-5040 or James Putnal at 9645846.We SFCC Starke proudly announce the birth ota snares.- alcohol. drugs, illicit sex Melame and Casey Trimble, Sophie
to taking
Gainesville assisting need these names as quickly as application prior admitted daughter, Cassi bhiann, born May, and wrong associationsthat' led to. Fanton, Scott and Sharon Konxel,
Thank for ,the test if they have not yet been 18 and 1 ibs 1 ,oz, and .
Following the installation, possible. you your 'There weighing his imprisonment Blame McChesney and Joey
to the is no
,,, members and guests enjoyed a cooperation.PHOTOGRAPHY'. college. measuring 191/1" long. She joins a In this two-part series! taped Snuford
for the test. 'r '
;' ',' covered dish luncheon. The tables charge Results of the ACT will be used to''' brother Evan 5 years old,'' ,before,10.000 teens in San Antonio, Chief cooks were H.R. Moore and
'were covered with yellow linen Santa Fe' Maternal grandparents are'' Mr Texas, and on location at Georgia Ray tumble The CYO wishes to
determine s'
cloths,' with, baskets of roses as and placement Matttclasses.Surprise' and Mrs ,Walter P Luke ''ot Mate ''Penitentiary, Morris encourages thank all who assisted with this very.
centerpieces'-The roses were grown English .,, Heilbronn Springs:' Paternal grandmother "young people to realize successful day I, '
and arranged by Mrs., Edna Wain- By,.Cathy Wooley is Mrs, f Eva Rock ot Marke:; now much, they are loved. SpeakingIrom '

wnght. 964-4151 964-6066 'personal experience ,he explains Evergreen Baptist,

Meetings will resume in the (all.', how I eel ings inferiority can VBS June 6. '10
Workshops will still be ,held in. the Wedding, Engagements make them vulnerable to'peer. '
t summer,' Anniversaries Party pressure, He also snares, in a down. Evergreen Baptist Church will behaving '
Call for Fret Consultation/ Today' For Mr. and Mrs. 'SpellMr. Did You Know..,.,, to-earth) manner, some ot the tragic' their, Vacation Bible''School

Mrs. Lance Van Allen and consequences ot his wrong choices. June 6-10 from 6:30-9 p,m. Nurserywill

Htlites ,-.......,.........,.:"""'-' '"""- ., and ,Mrs. Henry Spell were' daughter Anastasia of YoKahama, Twice Pardoned" has been en-< provided, and there will be
Hampton; pleasantly surprised with a party Japan, attended the funeral of Mrs/. ',tnusiasticaily endorsed by' noted classes for all ages including.. adults
given for them Thursday night, May, Van Allen's lather;Mr. Rene Garcia! family psychologist and best-selling Come join us.' '

By Dolores Meng .26, in celebration of. ,their 25th wedding .' of Kingsley Lake. Alter a two-week, author,, Dr) James Dobson. ". 1 have Homecomlng'June 5..(.,
; Phone 468-1915 Concert... anniversary. visit with her mother, Mrs:'Mel (Oar' never ,seen a more. powerful ,
Hostesses for the occasion at their'home :cia and stepmother, Mrs', Andy Gar message tor teens." Dobson said Homecoming at Evergreen' Sa'ptest
On Thursday, May 26, Mrs. Carole Lake were her livery in America will be held June 5 and wilt
.. June Jamboree... near Hampton Cia, Mrs Van Allen wilt fly to young person .
Stevenson presented her. music of needs to see these films." feature dinner on the grounds,
sisters, Mrs. Barbara Fitzpatrick Virginia Beach to visit friends continuing ,
", '. :,' On Saturday, June 4, the Hampton' students in a concert reminiscent of Pensacola, and Mrs.Julie Cornish ol on to Omaha,.Neo to visit in l9, as a result of false followed with gospel singing Guest I,
;, ;Jamboree will be held at the City the 'SOs and 60s period:: Maul, Hawaii. Assisting with arrangements her son,Corey Van Allen, then returning testimony: Irom friends"", Mor.. singers will be The Gospel servants ,
Park from 7-11 p.m. Entertaining' Kindergarteners appeared in were Mr. and Mrs to Japan m July fis was convicted ot armed robbery and the New Spirit Singers. For good
live music will be provided bY' a' animal costumes portraying Noah's William Muse,' and Mrs. ,Vickie :and murder,, and was sentenced to a food and great gospel music, please
variety of bluegrass, country and Ark characters, with backgroundmusic Cowden, grandchildren of' the ,come share this day :with us., "
western bands. All are' invited to of the Twist, honored couple.. '
come and enjoy the evening when 28 first graders dressed as California : Fnends and relatives of"Mr. and .

refreshments will be available in Raisins performed to the tune of Mrs., Spell were treated to a bullet
concession stands.Hospitalized. Purple People ''Eater: Second dinner. The party room was
J graders earned out the CalendarGirl decorated with blue and white Our phone maintenance plan
theme dressed in costumes ap- streamers and congratulatory Silver
$ Mrs. Annie Owen was admitted to propriate to occasions special to Anniversary announcements

...' Bradford Hospital last week for every month. The cake table held a three-tiered house.
observation and treatment, In room' Third and fourth graders were accompanied 'decorated:cake.: The gift table was is handy around your

202. ''with their singing centered with an arrangement of
: Mr. William Lahn is a patient at guitarist Greg Marshall. Fifth and fresh spring flowers. Dining tables

North Fla. Regional Hospital In six graders sang a medley of songs held blooming plants,
: Gainesville, Room 428-B., reminiscent of the '50$ and, '60s. Mrs. Viola Lelebvrer mother'' ot '

Girls were attired in poodle skirts Mrs. Spell, ,was presented with a
Little League Picnic... and boftby sox while boys came in traveling bag containing usetul

'" The Hampton Little League their white shirts. clothes and cosmetic items. She was .r' .. I

Baseball team held a picnic Satur- Faculty members formed a also given a tub of coins collected by '.:, i, : ,
day, May 28 at the Hampton lake chorus ''performing as California her great grandson, Shaun Muse to j, I ( "I. I .
Dreamers. Coach Acree represented to the ,' "t' / \ ,' I '" .., ".
home of Lawrence and Teresa use m her forthcoming trip ',, '" > 1'f ,i, '."
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the Charlie Brown. when she to accompany : ,
Besides plans
Meng. eating group Bahamas i
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(consisting of about forty This outdoor spring concert con- Mr and Mrs. Spell on their ...;,.!;.iJ'::: :'',0i010': :' .:;.,, : ..,..:.':\.1" ", "; ..

ballplayers and family members) eluded with Kathy Green leading the ,.celebration cruise. ".+,,"'''II':1''J.V'.l.i'!:!\' : '. ',);,\\"',.!"',"..\pl'' ""''I"I'<""',.$'I.,,' 'I'u" J 'IJ"+,''.,. ',.. ''I{., '
,student body in singing 'Love in Any were'married 'YI, '',""('1 (, "" .1 ,," \
enjoyed swimming,' horseshoes, Mr. and Mrs. Spell ..,,' 11(: "' j '. "h' \) /("" : I !y\
,trampoline jumping and other Language', Enjoying this presentation in Miami on May 30, 1963. They have 1" f);I i.+: till\(.\ ,'(;::';['' il.';!l' ;I'', / .,,:,,,.', .
were presented to were some 200 interested resided at the Hampton Lake area "''dJ' 4 h.4. 1'1', I" 'j" 1d'\
Trophies "
games. ,(. ,
,and : \ .\ ,"' '
,students, family members ,"" ))1 jW'I:
the Little League players.,by their about fifteen years. t \ ', ; :,
fnends. i1ii 1\\i\;\; i\'i ( ;...
coach, Allen Archey., I ,;( ', ".'. ,' ':'I\::\" 11' :', .
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Jimmy Parado of Hampton Lake PR6RIC ?*1t NW 13IH SI.JACkSCNVILbB ,'I\II'\ }::': .., ,' ". :\o, (,:i\, ') \''': ',J .1, ,
performed in ,a recital held PALATKA : Vfl, i1.: t ',I. ",\ "",,, ':,'J"I, ,I,!(' I' ,. "
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Melton Reunion... INTERFACING 2FOR. I/r'' .". .,
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The annual Melton reunion was .' .\;\ \ ,,: '
: recent weekend at the ; :,. ""(:(..NYi?' 1it \ r I ; (.
held on a SALE STARTS TODAY1. OF MOST EVERYj I '. \ ', h \ \

I,Keystone from Jacksonville Beach. Over, Gainesville 100 relatives and k DESCRIPTION 1SHORTENDS ;j: i" i j b'' t "J t \r! t\.MI I "r;! "i1.lJI.E?;+{:',I' 'i I

nearby areas ,enjoyed' meeting,'' X. "' u>a Y ,f'ftiJ
eating and relaxing. .OVERRUNS X x 'q I I,' 1),1\); \ ;: ,ih' '''I'N'(':; ')'',:!I''''' .
.SECONDS "h'I',1) ,' :,:';)<' ''i ,,1.jiJ: 'i,v/'A'jJ\"l!: \ i !I:1/: ,I
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returned S .tl.W") ': :'jJJ;; ''i/i/> ; 'fM': orIf'r' 1ps3t
Mrs. Wllmajean Terry 'f.fr ,",' ; ,
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home Friday afternoon following a ,,'"," J '" '' '.\" '. I (): <1"\\' '
three-week visit with relatives in 3 ) f f q i I fl'Itu r L/ ti0t'1 >>

"Columbus Among ,weekend Ohio.> visitors of Mr. 100'% COTTON Saturday YARDS FOR '' t' '.';;.E l ?1 Jt f1} }Si;." ,

and Mrs Lawrence Meng were Mr. i LMMFoUtoBiRig.. .",;r., \' .''i'''" d i "'1 J, ,(j.:"?""!1i't'/f'",: ,'/F3ffAl1'/'a,. ) 'I;/, '
Dusty Rivers of Orlando and Mrs. WtTd. ,.: ":. :." ,li"1; "\ \
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Bobbie Rivers of Key Largo. MESH I r ., "' .'
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Starling and m% POLYESTER $100 .;, /'II'/'}' j' 'V,,''',.; '
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weekend at TREMENDOUS/H ; ;
sons spent an enjoyable I s'' '
Island. Accompanying them GABARDINE 1'1'i"{ "
Amelia were Mr. anr* ",\...Gerald Brannen S.SELECTIONX' Yd. 'Its easy to have a rePair plan built right into your phone with .': .

and Mr. am' 'Bryan Brannen to 60"Wide X' 60' Wide U the Centel Phone) Equipment/Inside Wire Maintenance Package. ;:. .:'I
and Brittany of ..inter Park. | will always be in working /
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meng enjoyedthe ";>". You can be assured that your phone .

evening festivities at the Stephen A A4k I I LATEST STYLE M WL prep'' ,Bj f Si I IYAflos'l" i'II',:: order for only a small monthly fee that shows up on your phone

Foster Memorial on Sunday. SHOULDER 0 Puss .' bill,.With this plan;both your phone equipment and the tel!,; ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Rozboro of 2 .;: for standard "'-
home repair .
recent FOB I J S. wires inside your ,are .
New Port Richey were guestsof PADS ..s,.'" 'phone '.

Mrs,,,Vicki Zacek.. ':,'.'''.' jobs. Our plan cart help you avoid costly "pay-as-you-go repairs' ':,,,; .

.' '.,'.';" :' if and when you need them. .
Hampton Elementary Befl.Z49Ydf /POLYESTER & COTTON\ 1". will always be in working order at an \s' ,
...' I 'I ; 'Ib be sure your phone ;
End of School Activities. ; '.::.;' ,.
sus arw \ '
;\iil)( {: 'orderly' ,'call Centcl about our Phone uipment/Inside ," ,
evening June' 2. KRINKLEj ) price '
On Thursday : ,
awards will be presented at theschool .'.".. .' Wire Maintenance Package' ; It's a handy. too to have. .around' ""' "; ;" ",., ,::. ,

for honor roll perfect attendance BOTTOM WEIGHT Vrf. I -.f 1 ;.; : house. :,\f',,', "'
and other areas of special 100% CoIlon' 60" Wuds !'Mto\;, ; .':" your I ,'..,'. ', .
Kindergarten through wOVEN* 1MW pH "" ,.,1.., .)"" ,
achievement. ,'t.k.1I'';-"', ', -
', 3rd grades will receive awards at SE/ES 00 fa5t110n.b10 \'' '.I' ,': : \ .
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s la the last day of FABRICS 45WideRegular ,1 ";o" ,''. ,'I""'j{' I i '"\\I ;,I'\;\ !: ,) : ,
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Sforke Elementary Starke Chamber Will

Hosting Retirement Host Beauty,Pageant

Lunch for, Mrs,, Frees The Starke/Bradford County

Starke Elementary! School will be Chamber of Commerce will sponsor
hosting a retirement luncheon on the First Annual Firecracker Beau-
June for Mrs.Charlotte Frees. ty Pageant to be held in conjunction
Invitation were tent to our WIth the 4th of July festivities here in Rebecca ABB Rfeodea'

retirees. If any retiree did not .Starke. and Alvin Lamar Stanley
receive an invitation please call The event will be held on Saturday
Mrs. Geraldine romknson or Mrs. July 2 at the Starke Woman's RhodenStanleyTo

Marie 'Thornton at SES office for Club beginning at 10 a.m. There will Wed June 1I r
more information. Please RSVP by be four categories beginning;with 3-6
.. t June 3. The luncheon will be held m year olds (both boys and girls), the Mr. and Mr. Berry F Rhoden
the SES luncU'oom'promptly at 7-10 year old girls and 11-19 girls. Sr., of Macclenny announce the

.l.lt 11:30: a.m.. There will be a winner ana 1st and engagement and approaching marriage -
2nd runner-up in each category. Applications of their daughter Rebecca

may be picked up at the Ann, to Alvin Lamar Stanley son of
Chamber of Commerce and Mit Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stanley of

chell's Drug Store. Keystone Height
Entry fee will be I1J' and the The bnde-eiect is a graduate of
Am. Leg. Auxiliary, number of contestants in each University of North Florida and la

To Install Officers category will be limited. Entries employed by the Baker County
should be returned to the Chamberof School Board. The groom-to-be la
The American Legion Auxiliary Commerce or to the Pageant still attending Trinity Baptist College -
.' Unit 56, of Star-He will hold their Installation Coordinator, Mrs. Debra Norman. and owns Stanley's Taxidermy.The .

: of officers on Sunday Rt. 2. Box 2705, ,Starke. 32091., wedding Is planned for June 11
t; Rv June 8, at 1 p.m. at the American telephone 9648849. at 6 p.m. in the First Baptist Churchof

Legion hall on Edwards Road. Macclenny. All friends and

All members and fnends are invited 4 ,relatives are invited to attend.
to the covered dish dinner t'
thamber Commerce
-. L '. .. -.. "- ...;. :. ... ....I preceding the installation Presbyterian Youth,
ceremony. The next meeting of the. Planning July 4thCelebrationFireworks ,
New Junior Varsity Cheerleaders..
Yard Sale
Atkins. ,Shenealse Williams Chrlsta Modesltt. Auxiliary will be Tuesday evening Sponsoring

I New Junior varsity cheerleaders selected in May,7 Back row: Shae Blom Kim Ross Mindy Gnann, captain June 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the Legion You're invited to shop for a
The Commerce will
Chamber of
tryouts are l-ri ; Holly Hersey. co-captain: ; Dana Shannon, Amy Hall. bargain during the big yard sale
Front row: Charmin Wiggins,, Jill Williams. Kenya Home Stephanie Agin and Jennifer, Lester alternate. host the first Fourth of July Celebra- the youth of the First
tion at the Bradford High Presbyterian
Church of Starke.'
football stadium beginning with dinner '
This sale scheduled for this
a parade and games during the June 4 722 W. Madison
Saturday at
When You Think Of day fireworks, ending display with at dusk.a gigantic St., beginning at 9 a.m. All proceedswill

be used to fund summer camp
Financial assistance is needed to
for the church
help defray the cost of this year's youth.

celebration. Any assistance would

be greauy apj rectated. Lois Norman Carter
TelephonesYou The Starke-Bradford County
Chamber of Commerce is now accepting Having ReceptionFor

donations to use for funding 80th Birthday
this celebration. If you would like to
help make this an annual event The family of Lois Norman Carter
Need To Think please contact the StarkeBradfordCounty invites you to a reception honoringher

Chamber of Commerce, 202 80th birthday The reception will
S. Walnut Street, P.O. Box 576,. be held Sunday, June 12-from 2-4

Starke, Fl,32091 9645278. p.m. In the Fellowship Hall of the
Northside Baptist Church; ,SR U and
'Legal Notices -

Gainesville Fl.: 32602

,Telephone. ((904)) 376-5226 .
..- GE Telephones in New Home Fashion Colors IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR'BRADFORD' ,6/22lch86/9 Control 0722

to complement kitchen PROBATE DIVISION

THE ;( or bedroom. File Number Dlvl.lon3908 88-28-CP IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH

Touch Tone
4 OFFICE I to fit your home decor. pushbutton Pulse dialing ZEDRA Deceased.W.,HAMILTON.. CASE NO. 88-108-CA

SHOP .. Tea Rose Lighted keypad The NOTICE odministrotlon OF ADMINISTRATION of the e'ol. of FEDERAL DIVISION NATIONAL MORTGAGE

,. Grey ZEDRA W. HAMILTON deceased. Fit.. ASSOCIATION,'a corporation..
Redial Plaintiff.
__ Number 88-28-CP, II pending In the Circuit .
UOW.CotlSt.: White Extra long Court for Bradford County Florida. v*
Black Probate Division the address of which 'It "
964-5764 18tt.cord"Almorid P.O. Drawer B.-S'ork., Florida 32091 Defendants.TO
Bloe ; "The-'names'eno* addresses'of She per-..'- ,;. NOT/C&OFACTQN.!,
"" Desk or wall, anal representative and the pertonaf '-.. : PATRICK BALDWIN. If LIVING
f ''mountable representative attorney. ore set forth
Interested .
or required to
Only (TwoYEAR ) file with this court persons WITHIN THREE MON CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
I ,, W M mount $28.98 THIS TIME BUY OK! NOTICE: ((1)) oil clolmi again th* estate Unknown.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action toforeclose
adapter Included and .
((2)) any objection by on Interested
a Purchase Money First Mortgage
person on whom this notice wo served
that challenge the validity of the will, and Note on the following property
the qualification 'of the personal
Lot I of Block In White Acre Subdivi'
V representative, venue; or jurisdiction of
.. the court. lion a*recorded In Plot Book 2, page 73
_.... ...... of the public record of Bradford County
M. .__ .
This phone M._.....__.._ ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Florida.
(1' Deluxe Desk or .; has been flied RICHARDD.
answers itself I Deluxe Desk or Publication of this Notice has begunon against you,
12Numb.rMemoryDial.i Wall Mount Extension Wall Mount Extension June 2, 1988. ,
plus deluxe beeperleM P.rsonalR.pr.s.ntativ.
R.mOleAnlwere' Phone Phone Elmo. Hamilton: CUDDINGTON: BETTY JO WARREN.
M.NL.MY Route 1 I. Boy 3Brooker.
[IJ [1] Attorney for Personal Fl 32622 SPOUSE. HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES,


[ { ] William H. ChandlerP. CLAIMING BY, THROUGH UNDER OR

m ., wwrr rCMS 0, Box 23879 'AGAINST HER, and you are required to
f ?y war war serve a copy of your written d.'an.... If
;r I C.VYW Gw GYr+ry ..... any to It on LAWRENCE J. BERNARD. ESQUIRE ,
_.G.r'' Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
$135.95 s" Toucn-Tn.Orlx.e'Ton*t..oo.cs..o.rar oocn .. For" If 2064 Park Street, Jacksonville
-'Tar ?
M.rw.r....b.-fl_.on.touen HOUM X Ion nwnoor .... -ow. isdeYS Ynera : Florida 32204, on or before July 8, 1988,
Tewcti Toflttor. PuJaa dtai.no Men--/1..1.N 1111 rw.n.e.r
12 rdumo.rm ..puahbuMon....,_......ns 3 awa.ch; an..a.cy o..a.Ra.e.r Aid codipanoi Vokniw*conuot RuiJ-tai*long_IV_lundMl and cmd.me4ng .......nmgar Vofanw aonual.f_long 10 hsuaul_..\ the Graduate and file the original with the Clerk of
.... ouawyoooipononu a.e_. this Court either before service
numb I. Comp.a IHICIOCMSOIU WOW a.a..9.s prove lu.taund aortof nunco and.fuw l /s.asy au9e. s suucuon.nO gv.rry onPloltlff'
.DMpf MU fWmols lunctHMia incWkng lomola"ON ..... | camBonMMs.ptentts In*..sauna pwtenMnoa ane lesOea -., .
e*r ume Sac*on by OC s Iwo-yr variant? FCCcoeisiafod. ; ; makes attorney or Immediately
a..a Tai "wr .Super VOX" \* o.a- ..t Of s In*l_ aat w aif anl>.FCC Engraving your nmnorublr Rifl thereafter: otherwise, a default will be
This'Mm* buy GEl : of CriMS even more personal. Chrome entered against you" for the relief
.rr..r.r :: $
=. .$34.95 34.95a pens, pencils 4c sets "engraved Freethru demanded In the complaint or petition.
.,' June 6. A $3.00 Savings.! WITNESS my hand and the seal of this

w._....wY.n '. r.Iw Court on May 27,,1988.

fj; MainFone | 32 Number Memory Dialer, *._ar.n.....ama. .la... A*GILBERT Clerk of S.the BROWN Court

'32 Number One-Touch with true electronic Hold Nilostne-nStlon By Cathy Hlgglnbolham

:. .Jj IJ As Deputy Clerk,
Memory Telephone, Inal.n.ecc..anMmooyclleleH
.local tor__ dialing ol 6/2 4tchg 6/23
rqunlly callad numb'.. Control'0727
t Fits fciicrwi or any room _,
[I] .In your home 'fI from GE

a.a.vrwra aa.. w '
w. -
I .110oo......_ serer'I Y w Y R APPLICATION FOR REZONING

I QQ MAURICE A. LEE ha made application,
wW.r.WCAp.e.1r ? WCROSS'
/ W to the Bradford County Zoning A Planing
fqY.rrG.rwA j. Department for recloislfkatlon. ,he.)
ar. [lJlj 1 I wYW property described below from OR to

92 Ona Toucft Memory toc.il.n.inei.arq" ...M Of.dou.n t TNo-..........pr wd..ar.ir..ou.Emae.ncy 'RSF-MH: 2.9 acre lying In the North 'A
Narno..w>.*lci ftl>Ttng <' _5.a. .r..r..w. .r.. -.................._.Her wrier_..,_"' _. of SW 1/4 of Section 35. Township 6 S..

MWaVtc o*any*.Mfvto totncmiton On.dou aj Too c.ilU of<*Putea.yo4t.tot..r>ac vm.Ma>* ""IOIIigI.*<_ana..._MUM AwlKM.MsMwmfl .Ti... Hold wloasoe Yaw any .Mlnsion .3 Or..bW ..Irry-ar.aap.rev.rr.aal..r.. .NYI.Lrr..rnd.f acre of 4.B ac., Parcel V4587-O-OOBOO.,
AMI GONiAAiaM.rt.ge.d anaunaUQ'H and ajxaJtiyMM alu for additional ___.---" /u.Orwt/.r/ located mile
Mngncy nuitiB* s *armory mmofy two Southeast of Stark
.pon*>*u ......_....aownd DM* locations ............Touch Ton/Pula.awns W.n.nry.'
............and nnih.lily O.*M "..-_Maur v/...._aa.a.Y..oir oft GrIHI loop (CR IOOA) and off Nor

rruy.fCC du rp.avYlr.yNr a e. ea'$54.95 This lime buy GEI $54.95 $54.95 -.w..r .. thside In of rur-C.R.< 'evidential I.E. Bth Ave.closslf, to katkm put property to'

have hlr": fully, one dwelling per
one-hall This property designatedRural
Largest Ret _.'101 on CLUP4MV

GE' Remote Control The Bradford County Zoning and Planning

Board conducted a public hearingon
/ :" Tuesday May 24. I98B. on the above
Selection of Telephones .' listed .application and will moke a,
Answering Systems. recommendation to the Bradford County
t Commissioner for their consideration
J and action at their prescheduled final

Full featured for only 11 ". in, area hearing for this rexonlng to be held)
: Wednesday June 13. 19M, at 7:30: p.m.,
BEEPERLESSREMOTE In the Commissioners Room of Bradford
$129.95 .tf.t':1' ':;. .: .. For Home or County Courthouse. Stark. Florida. At
( this time the Bradford
County FUNCTIONS' ,, >:t'',!fV!; ;; ; '' Office. will make the final decision on the
I" j .
J proposed application after
.Dual microcasMtia tyitam INCLUDING ,:,',1 SINCE lean having two
public hearing, advertisement andpotting.
*250..i.c"bN tacurtty REMOTE'"ON L :, .' All .
''' )\ Other Phones Lifetime mechanical guarantee, person Interested In this
..,,," '; ; ', By
: ,
.'.v .'\\j}" ; ". application are hereby given notice of
6up.r voxbtbm.nv" )
'tiiconnctt wh." 'THIS TIM[ .UYOIII ', .""'" time and plote for the two public hearings
calling party ,. ;Southwestern Bell CHASTAIN'SJewelry required.
,, '. Director
}i OI ,txclutivcImportant '_ ONI.VAa- '' '". & Gifts Zoning I Planning. .

C.ns..mrouen.. T ,...rears or Sharp Bradford County
or .
total,ttcraanlng 104 W. Call Street Starke' Ikhg 6/2

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I Legal Notices

Juanita Jean Parrish, described as NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO volve property ol the following tenant
..j TO REGISTER COUNTY.. FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD' A parcel of land containing 2.SO acres, FICTITIOUS NAME A sale of the entire contents of unit
}; FICTITIOUS NAME Case No, 87 6844 CADivision FORD COUNTY,IFLORIDA.. more or less) and lying In the NE 1/4 of' PURSUANT to Section 865.09. Florida ,will be mode to the highest bidder It no
Pursuant to Section 865,0'1, Florida, CVCI CASE Nq, 88-43-CP the NW 1/4 of Section 17, Township 7 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned bidder, the sale will be conducted pursuant
:: Statutes notice Is h.r.by given that the I W SUPPLY CORPORATION 1.3926 South Rang 20 East, In the City of James F, Smith Rt. 1, Box to rental agreement between occupant -
;. und.rilgn.d, the "<<"hold.r. of Bryant d/b/a Seacoast Supply IN RE: The Estate of Brooker Bradford County Florida. 146, Ralford. Fla. 32083 sole owner?,doIng and owner. ,3/26 62'In
:/' Ent.rprlt. of St. Augustine, Inc, ((0 Plaintiff, EVERETT S, OLIVER You are further given NOTICE that a business under the firm name of Control 0707
: tockhold owned corporation), doing v. Deceased copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is JAMA PRODUCTIONS Rt. :|, lox 14*.
business under the firm name of Bryant HARLAN I.. LUTHER etc, NOTICE TO CREDITORS available for your Inspection at the Office Ralford, Fie.. SlOsJ Intends to register '
Manufactured Homing 2303 N. Temple Defendant. (Summary Administration), of the Town Clerk. Town Hall, said fictitious name under the aforesaid NOTICE.OF SALE '
Av... Slorke, Fl. 32091 Intend to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Brooker, Florida statute FOR NON PAYMENT
register told fictitious name under the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 'I I 1. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF Each and every person having any Interest Dated this 25th day of May. 1988 In OF STORAGE UNIT
aforesaid statute, Dolprt E. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford EVERETT OLIVER. whatever In the enactment of this 'Bradford County: Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
Dated this lltti"day of May 1968, In. County Florida ttndsr and by virtue of a You are hereby notified that on Orderof proposed ,ORDINANCE should appearand 5/26 4lpd 6/16 Florida Statutes 83,806, that on June 6.
Bradford County, Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out Summary Administration has been be heard at the time/ and place Control 0714 1988 at 11:00: A.M.. a sale will be .heldat

5/IJ.Ipd 6/2 of the above-entitled. Court In the r entered In this cause The total cash described: -.------ == Building --, Unit\ 87 Mini of America
Canirol0695NOTICI above.styled cause, have' levied upon value of the estate, exclusive of exempt TOWN COUNCIL Storage Keystone Heights, Florida,
the following property situate, lying property Is less than $23,000. TOWN OF BROOKER IN 'THE' CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH telephone 4737683. This sale Involves
The sole heirs of the CARLG. FLORIDAItchg of the following tenant and
and being In Bradford County Florida estate ore JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD property
OF INTENTIONTO to-wit: OLIVER St. Augustine, Fl. and 6/2 COUNTY FLORIDA what Is believed 1o be stored, ..
REGISTER A parcel of land containing 1.14 acres. GERALDINE JOAN GALES Control 0728 CASE NO. 88.219.CA A sale of the entire contents' ,of unit
;:::: FICTITIOUS NAME more or less, and lying In that portion of Eliiabethtown Ky. IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTIONOF will be made to the highest bidder. no
bidder. the sole will be conducted
Pursuant to Section 86309. FloridaStatutes the South' 'V4 ol Southwest 1/4 otSouth.o.t The following parcel has been cone pursuant
; i' notice is hereby given thai the 1/4 North of State Road 16 in firmed In the above heirs SONYA MARIE SANFORD to rental agreement between occupant
u' undersigned Frank 1. Mac Mulley, Rt. \1. Section 23.. Township 6 South Range 22 The South 142,3 feet of the following NOTICEAPPLICATION SAREA MARCHELLE SANFORD' and owner ,
Box 970 Stork. Fl. 32091,sole owner East, Bradford County' sold parcel being parcel of land to-wlt: 2 acre parcel being FOR REZONING NOTICE OF ACTION 3/36 2tchg 6/2
10' doing business under the firm name of more particularly described at follows 285 feet North and South by 306 feet East LOUIS MILIOTI has made applicationto CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE ADOPTIONTO Control 0708

Frank Rug and Carpel Dry Cleaning Rt Commence at the concrete monument and \West In SE Corner of NE 1/4 of NW the Stark. Zoning Planning Department : RAYMOND SHERWOOD MYERS. JR IN""THE CIRCUIT 'COURT. EIGHTH
t!) ,f. Box 920 Slor..... Fl. 33091 Intends to located at the Northeast corner of said 1/4 except right of way of Stat. Road for reclassification of the property Residence Unknown JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD.
-'Ii register said fictitious name under the South V4 of Southwest 1/4 of Southeast Section 34. Township 3 $South Range 21 described below from R1A to R2A. (R1 A- are notified that an action for FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
(:r. 'aforesaid' stetut.. 1/4 and run South 89 degree 1647" East containing 1 acre, more or less. Residential to Residential t professional adoption you by stepparent has been filed PROBATE DIVISION'CASE
Doted this 10th day ol. May 1988 In West along the Northerly boundary All person are required to tile with office). Parcel 039160-00200 against you and you are required to NO. 88.44.CP
I''' Bradford County. thereof 260.62 feet to an Iron, pipe for the clerk of sold court WITHIN 3 CALENDAR 68.67x137.:34' lot In Section 29 ,Twn. 6 serve d copy of your written defenses, if FILE No 1-3923
Vr. S/12 4 tpd 6/2 Point: of Beginning MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST S., Rng. 22 E.. located at 122 4 N. Myrtle any.to It on; Eugene F. Shaw Petitioner 'IN RE: ESTATE OF '
11''r Control\ 0700 From Point of Beginning thus described PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all St., West Starke, presently hat a duplexon attorney whose address Is 925.E North, ALBERTA P. JONES,
11:>' -,_ continue South 89 degrees ,1647' claims against the Estate Section the 733.703 form and of property and wants the proper Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091. Deceased

w West along sold Northerly boundary. the manner Florida prescribed Statutes by and Rule S.490 of the classification for the present use. on or, before June 30. 1988 and file the it NOTICE OF SUMMARY
AUCTION NOTICE 229.67 feet to an Iron pipe; thence South Florida Rules of Probate and Guardian- The Stark Zoning and Planning Board ,original with the clerk of this court ADMINISTRATION .
0 degrees OS'56" Eail parallel with the Procedure.All conducted a public hearing on Thursday either before service on Petitioner attorney An Order of Summary Administration
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Man- of said North '4, ship 26, 1988 the below listed reion- ALBERTA' ,
Easterly boundary CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO May on or Immediately thereafter; otherwise of, the estate of JONES
day Jun. 6, 1988 o* 10:00 A.M.. theundersigned
228.93 feet to on Iron pipe on the Northerly FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Ing application and will make a recommendation a default will be entered against deceased File Number 1.3923. has been
Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc., of the R/W' of Stat. the of Stork. Commissioners' .
'boundary to City In
Publication of this Notice has begun you for thefellef' demanded In the petition entered by the Court this proceedingnow
will sell at public auction for cash at 2600 North 83 for their consideration, and Court 'for
Road 16: thence acj pending, In' the Circuit
Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, degboundary. on :0/ a' "-
East, said lion at the prescheduled final hearing Florida Probate Division
along DATED this 12th day of May 1988. Bradford County,
L:. R. A. GREEN Esquire on,
: 'one' .lot of carpet pad consigned to '231,19 feet roan Iron pipe, thence North R. A.. GREEN P.A.Post for this application for resorting on June GILBERT. BROWN ; ,the address of which 'Is' Bradford
'.t' .Howard Johnson Cl arwat.r, Fla.. 0 degrees 05' 56" West parallel with Office Box 1206 21, 1988 at 7:30: p.m.. In the Council As Clerk of Court County Courthouse; ,Stark, Florida'
one lot of pictures, consigned to Imperial aforesaid Easterly boundary 204 80 feet Star..... 32091 Room of Storke City Hall; 'Storks, By Cathy Higginbotham 32091 The names and addresses of the
Furniture, Panama Fla,
City to the Point of Beginning; 9049645700Attorney Florida. As Deputy Clerk personal representative and the per-
: to satisfy freight and! storage charges, a. the property of the obove-named At this time the Stork City Commission 3194tchg69Control 'representatives 1 attorney ore set
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Defendant and that on the 21st day of Of EVERETT OLIVER for Heirs will make the final decision on the :; 0704 forth below '

Uniform, standard bill ol lading. June '1988 Tuesday at 2:00: on said dayon 5/26 2tchg 6/2 proposed application alter having two .. The -total, cash. value ol the estate is
Gator Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier the premises of the Bradford County Control 0719 public hearings, two advertisements and $8,533.72 and the total estate has been
Pro 03 294401 Sheriff Office 1 will offer for sale and All Interested In, this 1.
_. posting. persons NOTICE OF SALE assigned to HAROLD,R. JONES Route
Pro 16-200714 sell to the highest bidder lor cash. In '- -- -- application are hereby given notice of FOR NON.PAYMENT Box 272, Breaker Florida 32622by the
5/26 2tchg 6/2 hand the above-described property as NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR time and place for the two public hearings OF STORAGE UNIT aforesaid Order '

the property of the sold Defendant to AMENDMENT required Notice Is hereby given pursuant to Interested persons are required to
satisfy said Execution. Sale will be sub' OF LAND USE PLAN Director, Florida Statutes 83,806 that on Monday, file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON
[ect to any existing,! liens TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA Zoning & Planning 6/13/88. at 12:30 P.M. a sale will be heldat ,THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
DOLPH E. REDDISH An' ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Starke, Florida Building 1. Unit 18 of Mini of America NOTICE; ((1)) all claims against the estate
FREEEXPLORING: I SHERIFF OF BRADFORD Land Use Plan Element and Itchg 6/2 Storage In Melrose Florida telephone and ((2)) any objection| by on interested
Florida In accordance
'I COUNTY. FLORIDA map by Breaker Control 0724 Mailed'
---f8' 473 7683. This sole Involves property of person to whom this notice was
;II.! 3/26 4tchg 6/16. with the Local Government Comprehensive --. ,....-- the following tenants and what Is believed ''that challenges the validity of the will
f Control 0718 Planning Act of 1975 as provided for the
to be stored the ;:qualifications of personalrepresentative
GOD'S WORD In' Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO .
I -- '. -- -%+- A sale of the entire contents of/ Unit' venue, or jurisdiction of
,; I HOME BIBLE STUDYThe ; ALL CITIZENS;: Taxpayers,' and" NOTICE OF INTENTION will be made to the highest bidder. If no 'the Court. ,
other Interested persons: TO REGISTER bidder, the' sale will be conducted puresuant ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT,
Bible! Course U taught in your' You and each of you ore hereby and FICTITIOUS NAME to rental agreement between occupant ,SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. "

home free of charge., herewith given notice In accordancewith Pursuant 'to I Section 86309 Florida and owner,, t Publication of this Notice. has begun. '
,This r. a non-donominatonal study, STARKE .Council Florida of Brooker Statutes Florida,that; will the conduct Town Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 3/26 2tchg 6/2 "pre;. May. 26' 1 988.
based only on what 'thus sallh ji:e CHURCH OF GOD undersigned Raymond and Kathy Cobb Control 0709"NOTICE Personal Representative'HAROLD
a public hearing at a regular meeting R. JONES
word of Gad''APOSTOLIC 964-5445 h.ld at 7:30 p.m, at Town Hall, Brooker, f, O. Box lit. Graham Fla. 32042. (aintowners OF'SALE: Route 1, Box 272
ST. CLATR under the firm
422 N. business
,\: TRUTH U.P.C. Florida on June 14, 1988 and will consider : doing NONPAYMENT Brooker..Fl.32622Attorney ,
I John Spratlln. Pastor' Ordinance to name of Santa Fe Forms, P.O. Box 119, '
an relating for PersonalRepresentative
782-3303'' We Invite you to worship with us. Amend the Comprehensive Land Use :Graham," Fl. 12042.. Intends to register OF :STORAGE UNIT that *
Notice is pursuantto
said fictitious name under the aforesaid hereby
Rev, Emmett Bright ,Attended Nursery Plan to provide that lands currently Florida Statutes 83,806 that art'June JOHN H JONES, ESQUIRE;
To schedule home biblestudy Sunday' School ,r.Tyr,' 10am classified agricultural and designated by statuteDated this, 9th day of May, .1988.:In 13 I9B8. at 11.00 A.M" a sale will beheld ,DUDLEY P. HARDY, P,APi .
your Morning Worship ..,, ... lam the plan, a* green be reclassified to, 'at Building 2. Unit 36. Mini ol O Drawer 1030 /262tchg6/2
or for additional Information Evening Service .. .'.', 6pm commercial and designated as red the Bradford County. V124lpd6/2, America Storage, Keystone Heights, Star .. Fl. 32091 Control 0716':

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Coaches See Positive Side! I

"Of came, I don't like to lose,butI ting on got some good experience,'*
felt tome positive things came out Hurse points ou..' ;
of the jamboree" says Head Coach "if they'll, work bard over(.the
David Hurte. summer, we.should be all 11 It.j.
It was the first time to see varsity, Hurse says. -
action for a good many of the Tor- The coaches didn't have very
\ nado footballers on the field at In* many individual performance they.
terlachen High last Friday night. wanted to talk about.
Despite the two losses the Tornado Coach Hum did say that offensive
coaches were not visibly upset at the tackle: Derrick Long did a good Job lathe
performance of their players. Jamboree. Returning starting
,center Terry .Whitehead also was
"Over-all we did a pretty good Job credited by Coach Hum. with a good
defensively. There were! some bright job., '
.spots,"said Coach Mike Sexton, the The offensive backs, Greg Pitt-
defensive coordinator. man, Rodney Mosley, Clint Reed
That's what we're looking for... and Clyde DeSue, ran the football
.some bright spots to build on." well, Hume said. But the coach was
The question all along has been the not pleased with the blocking of the
offensive line Coach Hurse pointed backs. 'We need a lot of work on
out. "Some of the kl.

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dosing In... .
I this kickoff ftIt1a the second period. '
what look like another scud BUS defend unit b I
Being pursued by no easy .
Pursuing Habbard are BUS defender Derrick Long(76) Brian Kendrick(IS)
task.u key.tlIetpt'.Marty HubbaH(5)found out the hard.way during and Dane dark(75). .
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The' Tornado gridders of 1988, in simply forced yardage against the. PAT after time had expired m the IHS 6 Keystone 0 "i ,.....,::.....t..p)';w.,..:.._..... ,". .... ,.. ..'."..,...;,.
their first taste of varsity action BHS defense, over tackle and up the period. Interlachen 'HIgtl" its act J."
got .
middle. In five. plays the Indiana '
played Union High tough, but lost Hon together in the fourth -f.
a last second field goal in the first moved from the BHS 30 to score, USH 13 HIS 0 against Keystone High,and won quarter 6-0. v .... .
fullback Tim Givens = .
,quarter.The Tornados were stunned leaping over Union High had little trouble with The Rams, a team with big 'wr -; e.: d.;; '. .
Dy a 14-1 loss to Keystone High in the from the one.yard fine an Interlachen High team which just muscular linemen and a 'bIg ......' ,.. I I
second quarter of last Friday night's BHS came back then.Clyde DeSue couldn't get ,going because ,of backfield, ate the period up with a "" ,:; ... ":""J w.j. tIi :,-.',
spring jamboree at. Interlachen got a good return on the KHS kick- penalties. short yardage : :: ,, :
High. off, returning it 31 yards to the Tort, Tiger QB Lynn Thomas threw a Plus, KHS was without QB Tim \. ;.i >4 =.. ;:: :::;ll-. "" .,.,.......-
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Union High'went on to' beat In- nado 41. With the BHS line working speedster Stewartfor Hardee who broke a collar bone .n. ..
terlactien 13-0 to the third quarter again RBs Mosley, Pittman, and a 63 yard touchdown on the opening returning an Interlachen punt some '. :.. .d .,::: '': :
Host Interlachen High beat Reed drove the football on KHS,getting -' VHS possession, 40 yards. ;:'. : .:: : : : ........
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Keystone High 6-0 in the fourth Aided by two penalties, one'
2,4,6,6,1 yards to the KHS 41. The Rams got all the points they ,'... '''' '.-
quarter. Then Mosley was stopped for a flagrant personal foul and one not would need on the opening drive with .', .., .
yard loss by Indian Kenny Mills, flagrant against the same In- the aid of a big personal foul penalty ..... -
Unidon 3 BUS 0 terlachen player, which moved the '' I.
who got in the BHS backfIeld against KHHS that kept their drive .. -"- "
BHS and UHF went into a sudden Then on the final play of the football 22 yards to the IHS 7.5 yard alive, then scored on a pass into the
death play-off to decide the winner quarter fullback Reed broke loose line, UHS scored again. QS Thomas end zone three plays later. for ... ..
Running Daylight
of the first period of actIon. Tornado over the left,side, cutback to the ,scored from a yard out on the QB The Indians best shot came afterHardee'
Donnie Francis missed sneak. HIS ranting back Cant a-Ilpl'late Into aa opening created by bin Mockers
a fourth ,right and simply outran two Indian' punt return but couldn'tconvert
down field goal from the four, but, defenders for the lone BHS IHS blocked the second PAT at- a fourth and inches playas on a port rctvrn daring the Tornadoes {outer against Union County FrUay.
j Union Highs J:IV Henderson made touchdown Allen Jenkins added the tempt by Thomas. ,time expired., night at the Spring Jwboree.Terwillegar .

good bus fourth down chance'from _u______ _
the 13 yard line, a low kick which.
skImmed over the goal post. .
The Tornado 4-4 defense and Tiger
,5-4 defense played tough. Each team
made just one first down:,I Motors
in sudden death' playoff, each
team gets four downs from the 10
yard line to score, BHS moved the '
football on the Tiger defense. Runn- Located Downtown Starke .
ing back Greg Pittman got six yards
.on the sweep. On second down, QB
John Berry attempted a high looping ., ..F.or-.30' Years 4
delensive pass over'back the Tiger Kenny defense Taylor but got UC a i-: Says

hand on the football and deflected it
as make wideout the catch.Scott Duncan waited to Help Us Celebrate With This

The Tornado goal line defense )
stopped Union quarterback Lynn
Thomas, a speedster,for no gam on '
a sweep around left end, one of the
bread and butter plays of Tiger ".
eleven: On second down QB Thomas ,,
was sacked by Tornadoes Alpnonso ,
Jones and Chris Dinkms for a seven :" .
yard loss. UHS was penalized five )?:. CELEBRATIONRanger
yards for too much time on third
down. On the repeat of third down,
,QB Thomas faded for another \ : .,
lound no open receiver, and IL1\\ :: "
scrambled for 10 yards it tooK about Ranger
2/3rds Thomas of down.the .BHS team to bring ;

Then came Henderson's quarter- .:
.winning, field goal. .': Overstock Sale 4x4

.Keystone 14 BUS 7.,
Indian quarterback Mike SALE
DeKeyser fielded the second penod' '
Bradford High ,kick-off at the \ Save $1OOO's
.Keystone 12,found a seam in the r.
Tornado return team's defense,and

outran kick off everybody TO return.,for an 83 .yard, ---' 1988 RANGER. ((4x4))

Keystone's Tim Hardee added'strong a '
high extra point kick,' and Ranger XLT-V-6. 5-Speed. L-Sllp '
BHS was down 7-0 before you could Axle. Alum. Wheels. Cassette.
say shucks.. Clock w/premlum sound. P215 ,. .
BHS then.drove":the football on ,I b RWL Tires.,Air Conditioned.
Keystone with its double win offense Chrome Step Bumper
beginning to click., Running backs List -
Rodney Mosley? Clyde DeSue and ;
.aGreg./ Pittman, and fullback Clint eL $14.659.00 Y
Reed had holes to run through; BHS 1
moved to the Indian 26, but a long
run, probably the best BHS effort of $11..89500
tne night by RB Mosley was cancelled -
by a personal foul penalty., .
After the teams exchanged I
fumbles; BHS- was'unable to y
capitalize on its good fortune. KHS .
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drove-on the BHS defense. Running 1988 SUFERCAB ((4x4)) i

right back Chad side Houseptan of the Indian ran behind line and the RangetXlhV.6Speed.lSlipAxIe... ''Celebrate WIth These SpecIals i
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Backfield. a'.Plus $ Towncar 302 !I.O, Engine.5-speed 5 Speed.Ak.AM/FM Bronco JUst
Sophomore quarterback Reggie 11,995: oo WhIte w/Blue top. Loadedi trans..Air AM/FM Cassette Cassette. Low Miles .... r
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Sheffield looked sharp throwing the $14,84100 Only 8.1XX1 mI.Save cr Only Stop Car for Only Only 8Oq :

the football game.in:-!the QB warm-ups John Berry, but has not improved in'. $].9 '495.00 $ 9 995.00 $ 4 995.00 =.Ut.= 11987'Dant 1-
both his offensive play wtndows.door locks :
his punting since last year Hurse < ,1985 LTD 1984 Bronco II :
says.Depth at the quarterback position '.See The ALL NEW. Mone
with Berry a senior in eligibility \ A .PS. PM.AM/FM Stereo. 4x4.5 speed. air condo Supercab. 6speed. air bOards t
Travis Long, a junior; and Reg- .Extra Clean met Low Miles Mone paint priced right condo tutone point.loaded S--t..1 PrIce =i'fanlly
gie Sheffield gives the Tornadoes 1989 C,9n/y/ at onl'( low miles Extra Sharp.Only i''

unusually Depth has good also depth.been built up this .$6 495.00 $ 5 995.00 ,$8 995.001 i F 150 j I,
spring in the running backs. In addition s
to Rodney Mosley Greg Pitt- Probe '86 Isuzu Trooper II, 87 Mazda B 2000 '87 Escort GT 302;Auto..speed tilt c4x4
man,and Clint Reed,two new backs,
Clyde DeSue and Al Jones,are being .&'speed.At.AM/FM P-j.b Speed.Atr./ AM/FM b speed. Alr.AM/FM Cass.
touted by Hurse. .On'Display Now! I W/Casa.Ni, CIea1 Unit stereo.Only. Speed Control.TIt Wheel. "door.' 0.....,:
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returned run by Keystone for an 85 High yard worked,Coach touchdown Hurse Plus Order Sales?aCareCradtTERWILLEGARUOTORSh Now $- 8' ,'4'9 5.0 0 $6;4.00 $7,,695.00 $10995; I Ii
said the Tornadoes only one
day on the kickoff returns and had a
group of new player In the lineup
just to give them some playing tune.

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Gov. Ma.rtinez'Camp: handing;; Visit, Underscores "War on Drues"By
Mark Frtedlln day. topics. troops shortly after his arrival at the
BCT STaff Writer 'Che ''AdvIsory Committee, made Gov. Martinez, In his first visit'tothe installation around midday.
Gov. Bob Martinez, talked tough up of high-ranking military men and Camp Blanding facility at Declaring to those In attendancethat
; 'r *' in refenng to his state's "alloutwar" some civilians I IJa professional KIngsley Lake, used to occasion to there is "no free nde"for drug
t. 7s.fip against illegal drugs at a capacity is an impressive array of present special service and com traffickers, the governor! said he
meeting of his Military Advisory experience and talent and meets mendation medals to 12 Guardsmenand
Committee at Camp Blanding Na regularly with the Governor, and his members of the Regular Ser- .See,...-ns
y1 .tional Guard training facility Fri- representatives on a variety of vices in an impressive review of the

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. ,Largest Seizure Ever,.. FEEL GOOD AGAIN! I I

( Four Arrested in Danger n hof I
:\// ; Starke, Cocaine Ring Smashed "Pinched Nerves"

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four men involved in tile Urgest '21. would be safer to get it into the coun-, leader of the drug smuggling operation I.tieodac'7.' .HP Pain*
seizure: of illegal drugs in Nortn Central The local"sale" of 50 kilos of cocaine try through North Central Florida," '' was arrested as he left 2.Low Bock Polr e.TienrMuviM;
Florida were arrested by with a retail value of $1 ,MorrtsMy said Gainesville, the day after the plane 3.ShouWat: Pain 9.Pain Down LIgs
.Federal agents in the Bradford million was part of a t6 million toad The Bradford Square site was arrived, in a vehicle loaded with 4..Mutcto Spawn 10.Neck Win!
,. : Square parking lot in Starke on May of 300 kilograms seized at the picked by undercover agents for the"sale" part of the shipment. &*/Dfezlnw NumbrwM Hand 11 Numb Flips
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Gainesville Regional ,Airport on because of convenience,Mor- The four men arrested in Starke
'I" 19.Stanley. Find out /fiether cart,.fiJ,
April rissey said.There was no local involvement were apparently trying to raise
'( F Morrissey agent in in the transaction. money to bail their leader out of professional chiropractIC cgr con
StakeOutResults charge of the Federal Drug Enforcement The plane carrying the cocaine Morrissey said. They are being heldm relieve, your ache and pain, Dr..Virgil Berry'' .
Agency's Gainesville office' 'was tracked from a location in South Jail in Tallahassee and JaCkSOn-
said the confiscated shipment was America as part of an undercover investigation ville, pending trial. MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED j
the first of two planned to be brought that began last More arrests
are expected when a '
In into the North Central Florida area. December. federal' grand jury convenes in STARKE CLINIC' .I 964-8018
There Is so much enforcement In Dario Mejla,also known as Rafael 'Tallahassee this week to review the "
the Miami area, they figured it Vincent Bolivar believed to, be case, Morrissey said, 864 N. Temple Ave. (Across from Pizza Hut) :

2 Arrests

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Monday night May 03, Starke' L i 'FLO"IDA
/Police; initiated two stake outs, '. '
,'" \I.: culminating in two'arrests on, "" TICKETS
; 1 Unrelated: charges. .TaIT STORIES."OffICIAl. ounuPRICES Stop Shopping Plus

!Wl, the City\ of Starke electrical yard, -. '--
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? where approximately 5,000 -....-.-. -
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several water meters had recentlyIf
: : ',been stolen, was put 'under
'%, 'surveilience. Chief Jimmy Bowen GOOD
watched fommy Brown clImb the Winn-Dixie'
and cable into
fence begin to cut the
pieces. Brown, 38,of Starke was arrested -' ,JUNE 2-8, 1988STORE a.rn roue
; and charged with burglary.
i:. Bond was set at $2,000 cash or sure- TM
a type remains in custody. HOURS'
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Earlier in the evening two MONDAY SATURDAY8A.M.10P.M.
:: policemen watched a 32-year-old
I 9 Jacksonville women obtain a Dottle ,
'II, of 60 diiaudid at Eckerd Drugs,The ,
dilaudid was obtained with a forged
prescription, according to Lt. John SUNDAY h PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING
Hodges" and Patrolman 'Danny, 8 A M D :
Thrill 9 M/ 1- STARKE
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Amanda Jean Wiley was chargedwith --
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','"?i substance,possession of cocaine and ) EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR COOKOUT ___ _
.,,'i'I, ':possession ',of ,drug paraphernalia .y /'ll
,;;" ',Bond was set at $3,500, she waf
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recognizance., 11 WD BRAND REGULAR

The'stake outs were the result ol 10-LBS. & UP
investigations which revealed th Harvest Fresh C
probability of these particular aROADBREASTED z. 9 9
,'climes being committed by the
Same people.Additional arrests areexpected. Cantaloupes ''
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'Starl e' rNature Makes' The .Produce

:Wom&nGpt's .'4 7* /r ,Winn-Dixie Makes The Difference

5-Years. ,
A 38-year-old Starke woman was CUCUMBERS PINEAPPLES .. CMH
sentenced May 27 to serve five. yean 1"OAK8MOULDER MEDIUM or HOTWHOLE STATE RED or GOLDEN

in,Judith federal Allure prison.Moody, Smith indicted SMOKEDPICNIC HOGSAUSAGt APPLES DELICIOUS. 58c
$ 00 ,' ', ., u
by the federal grand Jury was, .. : ,5 1 IDAHO PMESM
arrested Feb. 17 and charged with i
one count of conspiracy to distribute u : .c. .B FUN BAKINGPOTATOES \I1$118
cocaine, one count of possession of c .. tK OHf
cocaine with intent to distribute and 77 .98'
one, count of distribution of cocaineto l4
an individual under the age of 21j W-OBMAMO,. L8.WO t DELICATESSEN & BAKERY
SmIth pled guilty April 11 to con- BAND ENDLESS LINK

was spiracy sentenced to distribute on that cocaine charge and by HAM SPECIAL SLICES TRIMMED. u $298 SMOKED SAUSAGE ftt $599 oi Are You Wondering' What To Have ,For

Judge Susan,, Black, "
according to
WO BRAND w.---
Assistant ,U, ,S. Attorney' Charles RCOULAIIBOLOGNA PALMETTO FARMS REGULAR'at WITH JALAPENO wlMfl Dinner Tonight? Let us Cook For You.

,Truncate or FRANKS .. Sff 99 PIMENTO $148 .... :
According to testimony and tapesat CHEESE SPREAD... ;u
the recent drug trial of W. S. BARBECUE "
Khoden, Smith was responsible for REGULAR THICK WINGS $ QQ .2BIQCHICUWUOfCOUSLW
many of the defendants who were indicted or 939 TURKEY 90'E wt :
by the grand jury initially !L. La ." ."t lOX
said Smith was a user and would do BEEF BONELESS r 9-11 LBS. EACH

anything, for crack. M-- CHUCK FRYERLEGQUARTERS
SmIth has 60 days to report to the ? BAKED'fAPPLE BOILED
U,S, Marshal for confinement. ROAST ;
,( ... .. HAM 0 . u
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:,' / N Y y:I""Sy J? :, PIE ifMn,, Ontoiw t Uinhrawm
'$187 39 4.. .1. CHEESE SHOP $ 98
Boy Scouts'Celebrate r L DELUXE 2'' 0
LL LL $ 97 PIZZA. w s'

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Honor, Court TURKEY FRANKS La 58 uc


"'"A Court of Honor'' was held for DOGS + m Ml $399 SPARERIBS ,0". 101 n<,Ll 9 98Q
Scout No.
members of Boy Troop 75 ALL VARIETIES ALL
"of La wtey Monday evemng,May 30.. PORK $Q80WO SNOW CRAB VARIETIES
Those scouts advancing a rank pa :. .".
were MIchael Becker to star Scout, WIANO US. CHOKE '+ au..aam COLA
BEEP BONELESS ':>1> __. '
and Nathan Blom to Tenderfoot.

Merit badges and/or skill awards TOP SIRLOIN CAR MAYER "I' :NI $ IB99ALL\ <

were earned by Joey Shuford,Bryan WIENERS 2 397
King, Mark King Scott konkel. FOR ,
Nathan Blom and Michael Becker.A r '*. ?\ARIETIESCHEK
ceremony was held to welcome Jud- i'367 .. 4i :
son Lott as a new Boy Scout.
off'. '0, TWIN $ 25 DRINKS
For the past ten weeks the troop tit pOPS '. 'IrPI ,
contest. Scouts rr. !, /IL
'has holding
been a
received" points., for such things as attending DELMONICOSTEAK $ 9 OSCAR MAYER $ 28 POTPIES 3 $1 00 ''2Lr1.Ill' '68 <

,and being prepared for -. . . La SLICED BOLOGNA ta : .'. ht lilt
meetings and camping trips, earn"lOg -. --- MAID''

'advancing skill awards a rank,or and mnerit doing approved badges- WE WANT TO CASH YOUR CHECKS FRIES' 2 ': $1 00 _REGULAR.COORS LIGHT or lEER EXTRA GOLD

.'. .'. :t _
comrnuntiy work, rue :winner
was Michael Becker.A new contest ALL THAT IS REQUIRED, IS A VALID FLORIDA/GEORGIA DRIVER'S LICENSE (I .;.:- << IPM 12 ot $ 249
will begin at the next meeting... k' '' EVERYDAY LOW PRICE .1 "" CANSCITRUS.
STORE., --
Prior to the Court of Honor scouts '', II "SIMPLE AND QUICK" PEACH, BERRY
families enjoyed
and their a swim '
party and cook-out at Leslie Becker's home. J ni, .VMLIO\ FLORIDA OR GEORGIA DRIVER LICENSE FORt WHITE MOUNTAIN''

The ,children of John 'ArCh Eli-!: (TOM KW MTAILt- 12'M. '|
ington would like to express their' PANTY HOSE SIll ,
thanks to you whogave donations to
the Heart and Cancer Fund In Dad's
memory. The ones who gave floral
arrangements food, called sent a
card, said a prayer or even thoughtof

how much they enjoyed knowing Fresh Product Clean)
f ,our dad. : U Stores and
: May God bless each of you for being -
their when we needed_ you. ,

Darns. and Alice Ellington
Dorothy and Adro Brown and


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+ 2, 1988 TELEGRAPH. Ti1 S& MON1 rftt' 'B SftTfOS; P.g 38

Surgical & Non-Surgical For Veterans...

Treatment of Foot I
' Ne\v National Cemetery Dedicatedt
i "Television 'It lull of :, Disorders ,
i, h.adache.madle.. ,'J.'" Sports Medicine
Regular and Extra Diabetic FootMaintenance Sunday, May 29 saw the dedicationof In 1980 veterans groups in Florida were approved by Congress in fiscal
Strength. But why should the lUtrr national cemetery at banded together; collecting 100,000 1984 Funding of t6t million lor the
headaches got all the attention Bushnelf. in Sampler county. signatures on a petition calling'on, initial phase was provided in 1986
? Alter alt, you Children The creation of the Florida National President Jimmy Carter and the and construction ,was begun in
S, don't stand or walk on Cemetery represents more Veterans Administration to supporta / January 1987fn .
It your head How about 2 .m. to 5 than 20 years of eftort by Florida Florida cemetery for veterans first phase development has -
P p.m.
Florida William been completed with 13,000
: shoaling a little concern veterans organizations during a 'Congressman
'for ua? Altar all. a FOOT CLINIC 'time when the veteran population of Chappell Jr. was instrumental in gi-avfsitcM on 129 acres, construction
,lootacha can be too much BRADFORD HOSPITAL the state was increasing dramatically getting federal legislation passed ol an administration and.
'. lor aspirin -: and II can and other national cemeteries in 'that would authorize the establishment niaicik'njjii.'e building and two com.nuUal
: be a symptom ol some 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. the state were nearmg capacity or a national cemetery in central ; + l service shelters
serious health problems. In early 1979 the Florida Department Florida provide graveaites are expected
So call for an appoint of Agriculture agreed to make In ,August of 1983 the i III space through 1998. When
Robert A. Giudlce D.P.M. Withlachoochee State Forest site tully developed lor approximately
ment. Thanks. land available for a cemetery setting -
.' aside up to 1,300 acres in ,the was selected, to be a 400 acre parcel 100,000 gravebiteii, the cemetery wilt
468-2288 Withlacoochee State Foroot, Funds to develop the' cemetery meet veterans burial needs. bond
tile year.2lJ0.Natlf4lual

I Cemetery

Sy&tem... ,
Since tile tirst battle took pa Ice iArnei
'lean dull I live people of U
Unbeatable j Everyday! Low: Prices and lion'Imen'yohllluugnt< have recognition accorded\ to lor special the'the' men country honors, < ivl s

'lic-fdoin) and! Ideals;
The lust culnnut'law;was enact',
m UiBJ by \the t'llgrims ol Plymouth
wlule\ at :War wiltv 'the t'equot In

: ., FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S WHARF We Will Gladly Steam Your rliansr'II
Seafood Purchases FREE! and shall' return maimed, he shall be
,-- maintained competently by the rot-
I' 'f 'm) durllll! fu2t the "
,t, ", :N :$::;;::5t .1 OtiuT eoliWiies toiioMed with similar
: .
e .) I {"/ '.Y laws lor d'saibied\' verier a ns.
e'FHESH FRESH ((41 SOCTV It was! not! tint Il the Civil War. when
lhe} number ot deaths |lat exceeded
}>. HALIBUT GROUPER COD WHITESHRIMP thobe'ot prevunw years thai the Idea
; ; ol providing proper burial 'lor
,1/ STEAK caBUdlties was first! considered."remlelt .
Lincoln. signedan On
July) 11, 1H62: that, authorized 'he
$599Le. $399 $499 $299 tsiuiini' >nnien| 'or 'lla Ilona"t'lwl..rws"
J $399 .'lor the soldiers who
LB. Le LB LB stiall, ."'(lit in the. service\ ol 'lhe co'in-

,A, I ... .. .. try ,
,, ,' Crab Clusters .. $499 Seafood Salad ,. 2" lobster r ij *6"rV3g Alter\ \,' teanvsi IIi t ,: !war Visited, search hundreds andrfcovifcfty 61'

tialllft'iCI'Js/ l Isolated church yards,
.' : SERVING THE SOUTH FOR 63 YEARS plautilions\ and other locatiunswtvffQ
'p/, ,' tIat combat had'btitrttrnadaS
I + !>l Iy: interments

r EVERYDAY LOW t'141rfES .rivit/ War remains had been reuuer
CLEAN STORES i ;(1.,1./11 I i / B2 batlonal'cemetertes.L4gislatwn"passed .
QUALIFY PRODUCTS. : MILD' .11 (lau+urably)' discharged Union
IjJ CHEDDARCHEESE veil'riii'ij, ((>t inet'ivil War eligible torbiti '
'ui, ,in national cemeteries,,
WORKING_ HARD ,FOR, Y U., ''LegtstMtitrlenaCtedalter(, ) / World War:;
'I,,greatly/ 'increased/ the number olArroe4 '
REGULAR,'ELECTRIC ''r forces; ,, member, acid'
ADC A $229 i+vt-ieians, ,u lid.were elt>gIDle.
: : MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE Nr + In June 1974, 8Z: national
CATSUP MAYONNAISE lB 'CihTUeteri0Ii: '\t-ere' tiaiiMerred 'from,
the () spdrmt-nt( or the Army' to the
Pt 4 '\rt'r,,/)>\' Administration These
,\ ..' ,' MYONNAISi NEW et'i'mMuir\' \ *. along with '21 others,
, .{/ $ 99 79 89 ti L 32 32 01IAR, .
1 oi '
'16 02. BILDEEP, -" FOUR CHEESE.;. '. .le' + fetnelery+ system; 'UJX'ra.tlo,1 *
:: tr: : : BAG V ut t his vast system is the responsiinjilv -
( .of the Department olMemorial
,'-I ''I SOUTH HOT. REGULAR. BLUE'ARROW + Atiairsfritt'li.V /
;'v' $1'39 'slit FRESH lur burial In, ft >iationaluiirtery
TEA BAGS. ... '.. 'cal BARBECUESAUCE DETERGENT I. ., .,".y IN OUR <' 'teas Wen changed:! so that
:. WITH LEMON ,' ,. ASTOR any vtttran discharged Iran! actifn
', i, ';'. 4" .. f "'jj., ASTOR .* 9 VEGETABLE $26 2 '.<- \\i uniitr Conditions other than .
*"'" Z"'OT"T""q' 32 $1 ..,. OIL. '..' t FLORALSHOPPE: 'di lbnolll>ratle is eligible. >Ortau,
', 'TEA MIX .. ,. SI{: f..A*''''.* "f;.I 1. f 47# *. :: ,' .., .tannly inemDers ol ,veterans also
"I > :I,'J t PUNCH of LEMONADETROPICAL 7999C< 'ftHghte"n yoilf day"wfth ''.m 'Ibi"hr1"I( M' ,\\1\1<"eligible:for interment 1st'
\i:: "jh'r' \;: : $ -149 ( ,18 ojSIZE ARROW REFILL 1 99 merit of fresh cut flowers! tnli girt'u+ ,('Jamp'a' husband and,wile can,,

;\\/\Jr, \: ::: .,!#; i'' "' DRINK MIXES. .- "K{ I WINDOW CLEANER.. w' l I plants. 'or gaily. dectMJtril 'fluralarrangement share now t>o lhe!burled! same grave together, one but interred must
' .
':; ?(
aJeK7.u'I7l'I." 'lJ.l'' SMOOTH or CRUNCHY ARROW ALL DEEP SOUTH aitoitp' the other
) : 2l7 STRAWBERRYPRESERVES T R A M a .lhH""cell' 1950, and ,197J. .JOcenroleries
': ';' _, PEANUTBUTTER PURPOSE CLEANER .'. r : had reached the filled

,: J7Ij1f.) wAMERICAF stage: and were closed Being aware,
I ARROW PINE It .. I= L, O F* ,A I i>t' the'lIet'd for. 'additional national

I 4 $ 49 DISINFECTANTARROW ,. .. 1501i SUE1PI 99 $ 99 b F ),..4 :G} !l'/olUf.'r.'/ ,II"; I. i/ cemeteries liKlustration/ ,, began ihe 'Veterans to acquire properties Ad-

1 in, Pennsylvania,
y _...: 18 OLJAR ] 3JAR. 't. o'rfcfil/I/ /1/21 Massachusetts, New YorK Calilorma .
'; 99C
.I : CLEANSER *'t .,i 14 M Virginia, Michigan and
,' VARIETIES \Alatiarfia Along with lour existing
1,4, P nil LILAC LIQUID PINK APPLE or GRAPE .tnsterles.in. otrier.areas, development
Y '2 .e $1 .1'1 TROPICALJELLY ,ol these sites completed the
PIES . . Silt DISHDETERGENT 2" 99c Ji.tf.wr,'(' taut
,. .," .i., . ,', JAR 'regional system, and In 1987 at least
I"ooOALLVARIETIEa \ SELF RISING or PLAIN' one large national cemetery m each
Q.' REALLY GOLD MEDAL eSfLw" ( standard Federal legion was ,

COOKIES '. .'. 12.PICG., $129' j FLOUR .'. :.,. *." 79 available well into the and.next had century capacity, to,last
' .
I 98 MIX ., !," Pair. i ArrestedGrowing
,, .% -t PIE : >'" '< '' ,
; 208 or ,
FRUIT JUST RIGHT .. ...' .'. 'i'/r: 1-"P::<\ _
i' ,AIL VARIETIES y. Marijuana,
PUNCH. BETTY CROCKER / .'' } r s, 1 LTR> ,

.r ;.I.; CAKE MIXES ,;. .. .' ,llM SUE 69e66 t.r.I.; JTwo tins'(e/'nted/' 'arfesW for growing

< 2 89 < marijuana; were made aller'l'lanll-
64 99 VLASIC: SWEET $- .Vw \ IPK. :'!!> I'faint"t /b.'fM1 M/Y fl/U'''" 14u r. were bond by the Bractlord I otinty! !

s t fy SIZE M. BUTTER CHIPS MM* | rIGs.EVERYDAY \I'llJt'ar.ln"'fIt..\ .

11'4' -IIri May 2I(1. WIII 3ri )avuf M rcnani,.
FAMILYEViirTHEDA RyES PHARMACYFRIENDLY l hlW\-I"\ L'irgeil: with iridnutactunng
h LOW PRICE FOR ALL YOUR ('1&\)11.:11111"\ : ( pohsefcSion ol ten*tn-m 20
'aciording U> Ins
tY granmannabM. >
vlliKitor+ \ Aderholt and! : Deputy
.n i ,WITH 30 OFF LABEL. REGULAR SPECIAL ALL VARIETIES PROFESSIONAL ,. 1)/ng'York.At' the Marc-hrint hometo ,

74k t +!;r't"; ,CONDITION,'EXTRA GEL .or FRAGRANCE FREEWlfH ................. SWISS,YOGURT STYLE SERVICE. ',.exe'cutc'it her', tile a capias iii t+,cers.'notieed on Mariium 1 two shi.

t.- small ,iiirfMJiMna planln in Inc lower
EDGE 7 s"rvka".h' "

tt'y N 'i4') I I $ 12 I ..,:....'.: : I'JIP'UIXII'1j. 1'"I14Y.beenM wW)(j.N.. bed Hour! and! was Marcnunl!: set at wail$2ixx)arrested, total' ., He

rr, ,, a 702.. I E;;.',;:!" 2 $ 00 .I] ''y( know ygu'IMiml'oiii (hill. ) was,' 'later released on hll'own
; ; SHAVE GEL .' 1 ... M time rfKistiK-il .|Hi i rtvognuauceMay ,
SIZE 101. pelt
pe .,' t tu', urn, n. macl.TSrrnrly:l .
' 'w ; ''r' ,., SIZE 1 I if fo.ltIon..I..d v..Krrldlrrr7rjri ,
+ ,, I ILA / lV 44, l)rnm Micttaet: l arsen.J'j .
yY i,,'. ONE! FREE DISSPOSABLE. 11 WITH 3oc OFF lABEL' SUPERBRANO n>..T4Win'\tAr ; /! V.',, you stop In by any today+way..nli yunwlblr get I'*' ; was charged with, manutaclunng
HI LADY $ 28 LIGHT 99'C I JK 't knowlheiiewPhutinailnl1In }.'I'annaOis alter mlormalion' led ol'licertf
r'Y, )\1 ....
t. t tlr 'rI (;. .RAZORS ... .. .,. P" SPEED STICK 2J1t | MARGARINE .h'., Silt town he'itflMl"1+. *"' to obtain a search warrant,
: ; .J-, "" "' i i the avert. at your mnrvby' said Aderholt One plant was lonnd
, WITH e0e OFF LABEL ''a.'"""' ,WINN DIXIE!;!
u"t MENNEN'S $128 CHOCO CHARM ck growing ny'' an azalea hush during
n.. MAXI THIN 99'buter tne Search ot property where Larsen
SPEED STICK 'ia I PANTY SHIELDS ,', riPl.f $198 ,DRINK ,.n .... GAL- ,1Ivt'CI' oil, Baylefcs Highway near
N' .,,FA in y; ; WITH 3 0 H P BRIGGS SUPERBRANO blarkc, Bond was '.et at .l.5oo.
: ,, STRATTON ENGINE W ID ALL VARIETIES his ownrecognizance
F NOTBISCUITS Larsen was released on
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( ;.>lf E '.t 1-' : H. SIZE 20" $9995 r'"+ i I ...Instruction Private Lessons

$10 per Hour 'OR

Learn with a FriendFor

Checkout $5 each.

i Quickest Community State SUPtHMAHUltBANK AT I Call Mark at
473-4380 or 964-6305
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Members of KHHS
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,Jim, Godwin Named New Manager Starke Golf and 'Country' Clubby '


Buster Hahn and other projects.'He recently took turn," Godwin says, but continued In1 10 years, Godwin advanced look forward to receiving: cam He'' was lamenting members complaints -
BCT: Staff Writer the lead in rebuilding the bridge improvements will be'' sought. from "low man on the totem pole at register receipt for purchases In although substantial
Jim Brown Godwin was named crossing Alligator Creek on number Among other things,Godwin says he Belle Glade," to Chief Correctional the pro shop proof positive of sales physical Improvements cave been
duo manager of Starke Golf and 5 fairway. will strongly support beautificationand Officer at Union Correctional In- being recorded, and protection for made in the course over the past
'Country Club by its board of directors Starke Golf and Country Club appears cleanliness not only of fairways stitution, prior to Florida State the pro shop clerk.A 12-15 months.
effective Friday; May 20 ending to be on the move toward but also in the roughs and Prison being built.After serving five few days ago. Director Aubrey Giving receipts for purchases
speculation among members as financial stability with gross woods adjacent to the course. years as Chief Correctional Officer. McWIllIams was sitting In the pro, should go a long way in quieting
to whom the board would next turn- receipts nearing a quarter million Godwin whose father was a prominent Godwin moved up to assistant shop saying, "What do they want?" complaints.;,
for its manager position. dollars this year, according to Accountant prison official, grew up on superintendent and transferred to
Godwin a goiter who identifies Gene Mulligan. Although the grounds of Florida State Prison. Avon Park Correctional Institution. Under
with middle of the road handicappers operational costs are mounting the now known as Union Correctional In- In 1970 he :was promoted to
,brings some 30 years of administrative increased revenues allow the facility stitution and graduated from BHS superintendent and transferred to New Management
experience to the Job, a little breathing room,something it In 1947. the institution at Arcadia. Three
'I dealing with politicians, employees, has' not enjoyed in prior yean. Before age 20,' Godwin went to years later he became superintendent Special -
inmates and others.'in his role as a Godwin is looking at renovating work for the prison system in the of the Reception and Medical
policy maker for Corrections''at the the pro shop, Including a screened cane fields of Belle Glade, where In- Center at Lake Buuer, a position he
institutional Jevel, patio near Nos. 1 and 10 tees, to mates grew farm crops made syrup :would hold until retirement in 1985. Goldilocks
allow patrons'sitting at tables, to and ran cattle. In time. Godwin As an administrative officer, Godwin
Aside from dealing with people, watch golfers tee off. Restrooms in returned to Raiford and worked as a is familar with the necessity of (formerly Hairplanes)
Godwin's experience in prison the clubhouse will be cleaned and cowboy,in the huge cattle operation accounting for facility assets,and
management lends itself to renovated to provide for showers of Florida State Prison. tight cash controls. Members can 737 Walnut Street 9644645'Announces
operating the golf club, since prisons and lockers,with club storage being,
deal with beautification of facilities moved from the pro shop into the ''a "Change of Name" Special
including maintenance of lawns,and clubhouse..
pastures, drainage, budgeting, The swimming pool is in process of .
maintenance of equipment and the .being repaired and put in good con- Perms, Highlights
necessity ol Keeping paperwork accurately ,dition. Godwin says he hopes to have Fashion. Stop Look
and up to date it open June 3, about the time schoolis i GOOD '$
Godwin plans to be a "handson""type : out for the summer. The pool was, slrcUt25- 25Summer
manager who will be out where replaced in 1980. but has been the
"the driver meets the ball," on the subject of criticism by members for
course, working and sweating with lack of attention in recent years. MANAGER LINDA KAYE SMITH Hair Stylists
the grounds crew: in building badges "The' course is excellent. condi- I ii Rhonda Faye Ireland and Denise McCallum
..L_ ,_. ..._.__..'_'- '-m___. Invite everyone to come In for the ultimate In .
} family hair design
Call Today for'An Appointment
Walk-Ins Always Welcome r

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.,Permanent Press
'. Model of the Week SAVE Two Cycles
3 Position Water Selector'Gib$2ii
Donna Parado .
,Donna 19 dressed cool for those hot summer: days wearing a knit
cropped top With 'matching knit,short(*. Her outfit* rs'Jaccented''
'with fashionable sun shades and visor earrings., and' sandals all :

from the Fashion Stop. -


New Stoke Coif and Country Club Man gr Jim Brown Godwin I*bown In I I

I ',of the,Caru used by Club Member
GibsonGIANT -

New '"Good Sam" Club Formsby _

Buster:Hahn ing on'extended 'trips, and will be 452 Temple 'Ave Starke (across from high school) AUTOMATIC
gone for 2-3 months before return-
BCT Staff Writer Visa/Mastercard/Layaway
A of, area R.V owners met ing. DRYER
group 964..57.72
Become'a charter member. Join 106ACE
and formed Monday Saturday
I Tuesday, May 31, a today. Permanent Press' OYES
'Good Sam chapter,WIth members Variable Temperature Control
living m Starke, Lake Butler and
'surrounding, communities.

Officers, were elected,' 'and anarne'New .$248
River Ramblers," was Hardware
Chosen to' reflect the bi-county
residence of the membership., ." UP TO$isoo INSTANT CREDIT"

Dlficers Pro tern are Buster Kahn, II
president! ; Allen Jones,v.president;
Mary :smIth,.. secretary;] ,
Drlggers treasurer Harry r gicChef (
Thomas, wagonmaster..
.An 'organizational' meeting is
scheduled for Thursday June 23, at FREE SIDE-BY-SIDE
730; p.m., to be held in the Elks Club' I /
on N. Temple Ave.,Stance Commit REFRIGERATOR
assignments will be made to lii 11 '. Ice & Water Thru Door
prepare by-laws and attend other r Tempered GlassCantilevered
club Junctions. All members, and
KV owners interested in joining the I Shelves
,Textured Steel
club;,should attend the meeting.

RV'owners joining this month WIllbe '
charter members,otherwise they bagger or fee' catcher '$988WHOLEHOUSE
will be required to visit "for two INSTtee .
meetings, and be voted into the clubat Mac Ch.f OU LIMITED ANTITV
a thIrd meeting.Although by-laws CO
have not been established membership ,I'' .
will probably be capped at 30\ FREE Saveup to
rigs, which may include couples or FINANCING GOLDSTAR
FOR S270' 22.000 BTU's,,
Almost half the desired number 12 MOS.. '
signed Tuesday'night, with, 13 81t 12HP Gibson ..
memberships being pledged,<'and Models /
dues paid.
Available .-1-- a

Area RV owners interested in Joining ,
the group are urged to contact a ; VIDEO CASSETTE
member of the group and become a PLAYER
charter member'With, more than 80 ,
Good Sam; members in the two countIes -' Play
the membership is expected to LOWEST Load
be filled quickly. ASK ABOUT PRICE EV ERI NO -

'Keystone Heights has,two Good
Sam clubs, one with a waiting list, 549S4c'e X188
and tne other almost! filled. Melrose I WARRANTY''FREE '
has a newly formed club, and has a r
few vacancies yet. <.....- TCHERS''Riders . ,
Membership in a Good Sam club All Riders On Sale

offers an opportunity to use the and RV O95 : 'von;: all $ ,500In...... CrecliCAullabl.* Efdl49 7O4 L Saa
vehicle sitting in the back yard, \ tjut
to meet new friends. Camp-outs are From '32" &, 38' No Down Payment I c..i, .
scheduled monthly but regular attendance -. Riders .forQualllMBtiymHavent I
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membership. Camp-outs are usually -
held withina; 100 mile radius of done without
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' ,\. Madsut BaptM Church will be having.....-pre-regfetnUlon Vacation Bible Scfa.tJ>J. Saturday.Jags 4 fnm 10-13_ 7 99'', '
r\ ,",", Sl': ," The VBS Carnival wBl lacMo free prize, plenty of fan and game.A preview.,UM(.MM will be a hor.e.hoe threw,apple bobbing, balloon dart threw,' ',699 1 ,099' '
r \' ." ,', ',Junk tank, !go Hiking popcorn, Mftball throw, duck pond, drop the clothe. pirtns tea*, Mea bag throw and sack race, 750 .
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.:f"I'i., ... I I the hospital recovering with a taken by, Rescue to Bradford that Paul was not more seriously Injured posted.
'5,+I'I'i"I'' ; ; f" :, ( broken leg after being struck by a Hospital then transported to North said Mary Beth. ,
,,: ':':,'.ji'.. :, vehicle while Jogging last Saturday Florida! Regional in Gainesville. The driver of the Lincoln,Tommy 999. 1199 .7:99:
\"",. '' evening, May 21. According to his wife,Mary Beth, Edward McAlpine, 47, was charged Both 'McAlpine1 l and the Carters
I., '.,: ".' I' Carter was struck by an eastbound Paul is in good spirits and planning With driving under, the influence live in Saratoga Heights on landing l T R 1.75
':',;!- 1977 Lincoln as he was Jogging about k ways to keep in good physical shapein after his blood alcohol content Street, but did not know each other.) 750
, : ". '. 9:30 p.m. on SR-100 at the corner of spite of the broken leg. "We know registered, .14 percent 'on ,the The families must think there must
I"" ";;, the .Winn Dixie parking lot, accor- tt1c ha nil of em: irison, t,,1111 and Mr. breathalyzer. He was released May be a better way to meet. In House Specials .
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1: '' : Injuries Winning Tennis' Lawson Creek Gin LU' 5.99

-:' A 15-year-old Lake Butler boy suffered -' Steve Bailey,, suffered a broken Cunningham, 16,Jeff Hardin, 17, all InstructionPrivate James'Harbor Rum ILTR '5.99
.'' a broken leg May 20 When the leg but was released from the' from Lake Butler and all riding in ,
truck he was a passenger in struck a hospital, said Roberts. Quinn the cab,were not injured in the accI- Lessons AM'
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j.,' ,'." tree, Douglas, 17,also a passenger in the dent. $10 OR
""I!!""""" ""I'' A 'sort of initiation' became back of the trucK"was treated for The pickup' was westbound on per Hour Return Engagement of ,
i"r;:: : ,.', serious Friday evening when a possible injuries and released from Sinclair-Bryant Road at 9:40: p.m As Learn with a Friend '
"'iWI': :') pickup truck with four riding in the ,the hospital, said Roberts the vehicle went into a right hand For $5 each. Th\e 'Ray Parrish Band ,
hi,":,'3l';! cab and carrying two boys in the bed Driver of the 1986 Ford pickup curve,the truck slid off the roadway \
vi'.'",.f,i i ,, 'r''of the truck ran off a dirt road and truck Wilbur W. Rogers II, 16, of into the south ditch and collided with Call Mark at ,
,.'\\1,,' ,,' ,',.,';, struck a tree, according to Trooper Raiford and passengers John a tree, said Roberts. 473-4380 or 964-6305
\ D. C. Roberts. Howard III 17.: ftnirk ownf'I''. PAt Damage to the truck was 19,000. .
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Starke Man Enters ,


Not Guilty Plea '

,On Federal 'ChargesA

37-year-old Starke man entereda Drug 'charge are itlll pending
plea of guilty to a federal drug against defendant Slurley MerrU
cnarge last week in U, S. Middle Hart and Benny Zoltowikl,who were
District Court, m Jacksonville also indicted on federal drug
charges earlier this year.
Everette Henley pled to an inlor-
matron charging distribution and ,The arrests were part of a two-
causing distribution\ of cocame, according year investigation by the Federal
to Assistant U. S. Attorney Bureau: of investigation, Florida, ....
Rob, Morcti, Henley faces a max. 'Department of Law Enforcementand
imum sentence of 15 years In pnson
and possible $125,000 fine lor the _'r; .
charge. ,,' ; \ -
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sentencing has been scheduled for according to U, S. At-
June 24 before Judge Melton, 'torney Robert W, Merkle t

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Amtrtcmm Legion Port 96 d Start. helped to celebrate MmorUl Day la SUrke wfcfc a wrath Uylng ecramoy at a site near US.Ml Meg. ay fa treat W a arBk.t
,Keystone Heights Office S appeedalhe crawl, -

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; 4737213PAIN News BriefsStephen

of Starke Dennis Leon ''Parrish, 23, of Ray Chartea Smith, 29, of Starke after a $252 surety bond was postedon
was arrested May 29 for breach of Keystone Heights was arrested May, was arrested May 28 for OWLS, according that charge.
IN CONTROL INJURIES peace, according to Deputy Doug 29 on an Alachua County warrant for to Patrolman Mack Short.
W rk IM.MPVMMI York, Authorities were called to a'' grand theft auto, according to In- He was released after a (210 surety Edwin Robert Cooklin, 30, of
Headaches : :. vestigator Donald Denton He was bond was posted. Starke was arrested May 27 on an
,. .;Neck & Arm distrubance caused by Thornton at a released on that charge after a Alachua County capias charging no
'. Mid Back .AX.AnMrau residence on Bessent Road but ,$5,000 surety bond was posted. Brian Neat Morgan, 26, of Raiford valid driver's license, according to
Low Back& Log Thornton had left and relocated at Parnsh was released on his own was arrested May 27 for DWLS, according Investigator Aderholt. He was
irrak ,I his father's home; on Forsyth Road recognizance on a Bradford County to Lt. Winston Barber. He released after a (100 ,surety bond''
,When York arrived Thornton'was in charge of grand theft auto. A $2,500 was released after a $21! surety: was,posted. _
surety bond was posted for a charge
DR.. I RICHARD C..: TULLERrCHIROPRACTIC a violent confrontation and had of failure to appear for grand Welt bond was posted.,Morgan was also Michelle Heaton Padgett of
wrestled his father to the ground, at
also a Bradford charge. charged on a capias from Clay County -' Lawtey was arrested May 28 for
which/ time he was arrested. Bond for violation of probation (improper DUI, according to Lt. W. C. Reno.' '
was set at 101.75, he ,was later Traffic driver's license), according She was released after a $362.50 ,
CARE WHEN YOU I released on"his own recognizance. Roosevelt Martin, 18, of Waldo 1 to.Lt., S. E. Eunice. He was released surety bond was posted. .' ,
was arrested May 26 for Improper. '1: .t' .,, 'r.'' t"
and, concealed ,
tag carrying a '
Samuel Lee Williams "
,34,of Starke '
A, DAY 7 DAYS A was arrested May 26 for failure to firearm, according to Deputy Barry ';:"'" ';:"'" ?'" '."
King.Bond was set at$1,101.25 ,
WEEK' appear, for battery, criminal He was released on hiS, own ) :'

mischief, according to Investigator recognizance.,
Office Hours:' David Aderholt. Bond was set at "MA Foxy Clothes .
Mon-Fri 830-6:00: : p.m.SaL by Appointment $1',000: Dennis Dwayne Tyler,, '20, of
Lawtey was arrested May 30 for
-- driving while license suspended GOING
,(OWLSfailure( to appear), improper f .

OWN YOUR OWN HOME Roman,tag Alvarez.according' He was to released Deputy r OUT: OF i d

after cash bonds totalling ,$311.25were
For less than would rent! Kenneth''' Wayne 'Howard, 23, of
; pay Lawtey was arrested May' 30,for '
DWLS, according to Patrolman H.
L. Johnson, Jr. He was released SALE
after a $210 cash bond,:was posted. .

No 1 Rachel Rosier, 21, of Lake
\ ,? J .r Kay 'I
Low 50-90%
DownPayment .. ,- Butler was arrested May 29 for driving .64 Off :' !
""' .', Closing I under influence (DUD), according ,
,', 1. t> ..."" Cost to 'Trooper Clark Williams. Visa & Mastercard Welcome ,.
:!\ Roster's blood alcohol content was j .. .
Prices Slashed Below Wholesale 1 Sens'
Bond (362.SO, ,.
.14 percent. was set at 4
+ AFTER 5 PM -
OFFICE: : she was released on tier own
: 4733028or recognizance. 101Edwards '
Road 964-5650 tr 1
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.964-7282 h was arrested May 29 for DWLS, according '
r( to Patrolman Johnson. He iiri 1 'J.fri: d1
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3 BR,1 I 11/2 Bath bond was posted. ",' ,. ,

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c.........(.. preMt servlo add !
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., eJ1 Famous 'Watercolor Artist Shows Works, in Melrose I

fortunant to have an' watercolor most ot them which
tne' Country and has "We are very
'fhe Art Studio and Gallery, as shows appeared across on the covers of various artist of' her calibre here at the shoW'' Florida scenes, which are a .
of visiting said Terry Taylor. special treat to art lovers who have I
of senes owner
part a continuing art magazines as her career has pro- Gallery '
artists is proud to present O. ,essed. "She has some beautiful works in been to her shows.,
Christopher Newman and her watercolors
at a special show this Sunday Starkedesignation -
Fireworks 'Allowed in
from 3p.m. to 6 p.m. No
The location of the gallery is on SR limited
26 m Melrose and is ,marked by a Starke policemen, after many are very popular in this area but our because of their
questions, have issued a statement city ordinances say that no gunpowder content
fhe artist will 'be on hand along about fireworks within the city fireworks sparklers included, may" "They are popular, but they are
More. with a collection of 16 of her works limits. be bought or sold within city limits. not allowed under the city ordinance
which are renowned among collectors We have had a number of ques- The city's policy which is much\ and we will be on the lookout for
nation-wide. tions about fireworks as the Fourthof more restrictive that state laws them as the end of'school approaches -
4- an list of ," a Police which permit the limited sale of said.
BlandingVisit Newman has impressive July approaches. the, ,spokesman
credentials, and has appeared in Department Spokesman said. They "sparklers", which receive._
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supported expanded efforts by the, ,. ,' "." ,>"" "
military to crack down on, drug : .

smugglers. ... Y
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Martinez met with the committee DELIVERY "
,after reviewing some 3,000 troops in (, ",", "),d",'V', ,,, '....JL" : FREE SETUP + L' 9OCASH :
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the 53rd Infantry Brigade who had (on num l 'fe a Ifort.CRYOITCY.fo
Just completed ,two weeks of train-, \,, ",tn', .SERVICE '" ;.
Ing. The troops displayed tanks '\., !: "t ; RUCTI1ON
ruW-guided missile earners and
helicopters in a big display of
military equipment and maneuvers '.3 BIG DAYS ONLY-!

during the a 45-mmute committee ceremony.At meeting. a' Special Formation..., .. 85 ALl E, June. 2nd.3rd and 4thThan.
retired rear admiral for the US. AIr Force F1SFalcan."jets fly the ( Budcucli Home furnishing Cinuri,
Coast Guard made state headlines mlulng nun formation ta honor of ell.pwltdpHIng
,when he offered a definition of the comrade
,federal government's zero-t lerance fallen
anti-drug policy that was later''II inside the 12-mile limit of U.S.. territorial IOU( I DElIGtV!
disputed I by a spokesman for the, waters found with' any ,
region's headquarters in Miami.. amount, of drugs. Outside the 12-mile VV White WestinghouseHEAVY
In and address to Gov. Martinez limit,' vessels will only be seized .SAVE
and members of the committee, when there is evidence that drugs' ,
retired Rear Admiral James H., were either being imported to the' DUTY $100'AUTOMATIC
Lipscomb III said the zero-tolerance, U.S. or exported from the U.S.' -: WASHER '
policy is not'aimed at the small ,Coast Guard spokesman In Miami capacity .
users of drugs. was quoted the next day as saying Large 3-Position water, '-''rin WE IT FINANCE in"M ;--' ,'::-hr.f;,; ,.'ii.i'... ,
"We are not looking for the little that the"Zero-tolerance"would re-' ,..ve..swilch ( _XFJSSi!?__ 'ii'. "t7 I. .. '''.
he told members. "We are mam in effect "as planned"While -amt1timimWE ,t"1 "i'" : .
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looking for the big traffickers." In Gov. Martinez' visit 'may or CARE .'K. Llr1rfI.
fact, Lipscomb said the Coast Guard have marked the end of one training joy. .
may have initially gotten carried penod for guardsmen at the base,it : ,< 'I
away with enforcing the plan,which, marks the beginning for yet another -: ', :.....::
has generated some controversy, round of training for the regular full- ,;..1" .,
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SECTION June 4.1988,

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I 'Starke' Police Officer

Resigns' His 'Position

Former city policeman appeared tioe, into Bennett's possible
in federal court Tuesday, May 91,to knowledge of Illegal drug activity
request a public defender be appointed was being conducted by Major H.,R.
for him even though be has Wiggins.No .
not been officially charged With any, report has been issued concerning :
wrong doing that investigation nor have any
,charges been filed
Starke Police Captain Richard According to Chief Jimmy Bowen
Ricky" Bennett resigned May 24, the investigation stemmed from the
,citing 'personal reasons" for his ,tapes and testimony presented at the
leaving the department. At the timeof recent W. S. Rnoden trial "Once
his leaving he was under investigation Ricky resigned there was no longer
but no charges were fil any reason for the Investigation,'
ed. Bennett appeared in person to said Bowen.
,ask a federal magistrate for the Bowen further stated that any
public defender, his request was wrong doing was outside his department
granted. so the investigation was
",, Bennett was suspended With pay suspended With Bennetts. resignation.
May 16 while an internal investiga .

; Wh rr' ya"Y Driver Charged, in Brooker Accident


k } kA1 A 21-year-od! G.u.esvute man was truck made a left turn into the intersection -
charged with improper backing and Baker attempted to give
driving while IicensesuspendedMay the truck room J by backing up;

,' ::', ,;, ''''. 20 in Brooker. however,Baker backed into another
Joe Lee had
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.:':,! ( ," ,..'. ,, ". ,. ';,) /" I Trooper Kenneth etnendge. As a log in the accident said Ethendge.
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," Three people were hurt In thl8red.1 the Reno lection of SUrfce Friday night ac t....cr went oat of CGIItroI.d imuhed Into a telephone pole.Charge are ,

:.' : pending In the accident. t
',''I..;:',.",.,', Perms

.'<,:: Sunshine 'Industries, Funding' Drive Enters New, Phase ., 0,00,

v - ---- fJr-jt, $3'

g t;,;." The drive for funds continues for ,
increase over last year,which putsan and "Everyone welcome .
'". ; the staff and clients at the Bradford community also to include is to Visit us Inc. Haircut
!I li, ,Association of Retarded citizens'Sunshine even higher pnonty on obtaining followup supervision. Responsesfrom at any time and we hope they will .
"l Industries new space in which to work and administer the employers. have been very decide to help in our goal,", Larimer Christine S Mn Tim
: workshop
.';i' which Is experiencing one of its the vanety of projects positive so far, some of them saying said. ,"I can assure everyone that OnlyQfenda
\ biggest
.,,. ',,',;I, years a successful which are going on constantly at the that our workers are some .of the their generosity and support of this '
1 Iplacement:\'\: program operating in facility best they have ever had" 'worthy program will be repaid fs Shear Design
local To the clients, one ot the biggest Workers at the center are constantly ,many times over by the increased
community plans for an busmesses and of the exciting positive aspects of the facility is the in productive motion, mak productivity of these special ,1183 'JfompsonStn ,
expansion warm relationships they form with
ing about 400 wooden pallets and a
"facility. the staffers, who obviously take a >variety of other products each day .,f..t 964-4151
."We are excited about the new real ongoing personal interest in ,and using power saws, aircompress-' peopleKENm
building and the site at the new Industrial their welfare and progress. ed nailers and all the tools you might -
', Park in Starke," DIrector. The firm but easy-going attitude of ,find in a professional workshop.
Bob,, Larimer commented. ,"fhe the staffers make for
a friendly atmosphere \ 'We have never had a serious accident ', JARVISFENCE
work went very well The building ,at the center an at- here," Larimer said. FAINTINGCARPENTRY
has room for 8,000 square feet of mosphere which encourages. them to, "Employers who have visited us and
working space, adding a classroom, progress.: I \ the workshop have been amazed at ft &, ALUMINUM'
;additional office spaces for the staff ."Our goal,'', Larimer said,""is to the good work habits of our clients.",'
and an entire new workshop for the' have each client here reach their The facility needs the Chain, Link Wood
clients.Local funding and community highest possible potential and attempt \ community's help to grow in order to,, Fence '
support will continue to be critical to live as close to a normal life' serve the needs of local clients. The '
Jeystone'Hel 100 West
at this stage as we fill m the new' as possible.All of the training here is new building program has a goal of For ,,
building, but we have a lot to be proud geared to the client becoming more $176,000 which staffers hope can be your painting I
.: of with the way the community and more able to improve his skills reached soon. ,Members of the ''
has responded so far, to our profit and learn new things each'month to' association are distributing Inside or Outside Screen Rooms
r ',making businesses and the, com; eventually be able to live and work membership and contribution forma *
munity placement program which on, their own with minimal in hope of reaching that goal. |:p:|: | :;|g .1. ... Car'Ports
has been very well received.." assistance/' call: 964-4305 ; <. .
Workers at the center make" Tennis : W;x&S-JS; :' j.t{;;. : Mobile HomeSkirting
Three of the most highly trained a InstructionStarke .... f :. W J
... .
workers at the facility have received variety of items one of the most for Henry Thornton(u Jr) ': :>;;C .x ."N.:'":.<'. .. -"
jobs at local l businesses around the popular currently being a beautiful,' or Keystone j : !&:::: _
Starke area and'employers'report heavy duty cutting board, which Private Lessons PaneGugsTi Board { @. .,' r
outstanding success with their customers have been snapping up. /, nDqrnOJR.oof.; ..Olters. '
:- formance. per The Sunshine Industries Vocational $10 per hour ,OR Porch Screening I Pressure iYashing n n' ',"VOAI JJlW "D'bS lanai t'.: .. L. ...,.. ? .

"this program has been very en- Rehabilitation program or Learn with a Friend AwningsSATIStACTION
'couraging 'so far,"'' Larimer, said community placement program,,
For each. Trailers
,'., This has been one of the most satisfying currently has three clients who Mooring( ) _'
things we've done yet both for have graduated from the work activity Call Mark at
I the clients and the staff here. It program, which serves the. 473-4380 or 964-6305 ReferensAvadahleI! I LIfe w Resident GUARANTEED4737G70 ;
of adults .
majority at the center.
gives them a real boost of confidencewhen
a worker can do so well in the "The program works with the'mostabled' Current Students Thank for call
clients who have the you your
business would
environment We
include members of
potential to get a job in the outside
like to do this (
community place
," Larimer said. "The
community KHHS Hiah School Team
ment) as much as possible because
goal is to place them in a in the E-Z
of the positive aspects it has _u__ _
demonstrated." .
'., Sunshine Industries is'a bustling I ... 1320.N. Temple Ave. Starke -

enterprise located on State Road 16. Residential Commercial 964-7783
Mentally retarded adUlts"of Bradford -. j S Ii H
County who work and learn at LAWNSPRINKLER ,Buy Here Pay Here

the facility gain extensive, practical We Finance
training and 'working experience i
from the program. SYSTEMSFully
Success stones abound. You have '83 Chevrolet
only to visit the clients and staff
members to notice. healthier Lawn 4 Speed, Jet Black; FOR '

'"Some of the,clients who come 595.99 Dn. E-Z Payments QUALITY'S'SAKECALL
here have been in Institutions where, '
Adams Irrigation 83 Ford Escort 4-Door
there was no creative output at all, CONSTRUCTION
and it stifled their mental growth" 'Installation & Repair Mike-Adams! Fire Engine Red

Larimer said. "It's a completely dif Free Estimates 4733150'MOBILE 595.00 Dn E-Z Payments ,
ferent situation and
here the
"t Screen .
:changes in personality are dramatic' --- .. _. -. 81 Ford Ranger Porches' Foot Enclosures
after they arrive and began working Snow White Low Miles Patio Covers .. Vinyl & Glass Windows
and socializing with fellow workers 0;Carports ,.
Concrete& Wood, Decks
on a normal basis. The people herein S 595.00 Dn. E-Z Payments ,. Roof- Overs Swimming Pools
this community should be proud of ITHIS WEEKS SPECIAL | Senior Citizens Discount '
Financing Available
the progress they have made. We
want it to continue and that's why 1979 Volare Wagon Salk Construction Co. 2800 NW 74 h PI. Gainesville '

we need help with our expansion project HOME 'e One Owner, Auto. wI Air. Serving, North Central- Florida, Since 1973lO
.. ." CR-CO10146
Sunshine Industries provide vocational Real Nice. Extra Special : 'MEMBER ALUM, ASSOC. Of*FLAT;,
training daily living skills (a SPECIALMOBILE 395.00 Dn. E-Z Payments; STEVE MAYER. MANAGER)
vital, but often overlooked part of .
the program) and a productive wage ,
earning job to clients attending the $1'
1 95
program.' .. CENTRAL AIR .I I Installed
Through the principal of "Nor A top-notch designed
malization", staffers emphasize activities -' for mobile homes.SingleWide Subject' to availability 1988 FLEETWOOD3BR '
and programs to enable the Priced
I handicapped person to l become as. '
productive and as independent as YKR 2BA Doubl wide
possible. The ultimate goal always
throughout the program.is to return, -"% '
the client to living and working independently __ iJ 14L9OO" 0. .
in the community., 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701 + .1'
At the present time there are over **
55 clients_ attending the program, an f rfjA rt./ Shingled roof, wood ilfflng. plywood floors, delivery and ..
r 0P iet-np. Fleetwood 1 yr. warr11tYaud, Extended Wr qty d. "'

For' Heat Pumps Can,373-1O6O; Factory Direct Means' Wholesale'' Prices: only :;ail

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Financing Available Easy Terms For.Mobile or Conventional Homes \v LOADED! '

Carlton's,Call Gainesville Air Conditioning 373-1O6O i 22,900 or 209 month r

ffCACO224S8 Fireplace, vaulted ceiling Man Extras!

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CARS TRUCKS VANS '1 i Classllled deadline l I. TUESDAY; BUSINESS PHONE 964-7776 1m I
NOON prior to Thursday publication. '
'17 TOYOTA 4.4t SWB. AC speed. OD. Classified display deadline I i. TUESDAY OPPORTUNITIES y r 205 N Tempi Stork* ,

block with port .tIp", chrome front 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display SATURDAY ft SUNDAY* Jun. '4-5. 301

ond rear bumpers cloth seats. carpet, placement I I. NOT Guaranteed 1000 SUNBEDS.-TONING TABLES Sunal' South to2211 follow the signs. CecellaTerwHIegar
gray Interior, bed liner, Ust.for Minimum charge for classified: ad I i. WOLFF 468-2518. Itpd 6/2
Tanning Beds SlenderQuest
114.10O I new, now 10000. 17,000 word for $3.50. then IS cent for! Passive Exercisers Call for FREE color BIG GARAGE SALE* Saturday June 4.
964 5813, TFc. catalogue. Save to' 30% B 2 p.m. lots of good items. 706 Gen
CHEVY % TON 44 PARTStiront. and 1-800-228-6292. Icon 88.239 Drive. Green Acres, SR 16 West Itpd

rear axles, transfers, transmissions, RESORTS OR MOBILE HOME PARK on Griffis Loop 6/2 CROSBY LAKES cedar and stone, Lakewood $105.000
etc. 9645812. TFc. Acreage for more mobile homes. 3% MILES NORTH of Storks on 301. furniture .
RENTALS CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water $90000
_Itll CHIVY CITATION blue' AT. AC. 4 weedeater linens
u 38000. Call alter 5:30 p.m.. 964 B970, ,iewelry CROSBY LAKE CANAL t BR, I Ba CH&A, frame $41,000
door, hatchback. Asking $..000 010. 9648705. TF .mens and womens clothes assorted
GATLINBURG CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared I 100' water $ 19800
782 3948. 5/26 2tchg 6/2 OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE sizes, household Items lots of mlsc 4
view of WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. Frontier .$ 15,000IT
Gatllnburg. Mountain and ski
Itll TOYOTA COROLLAt runs good STORE. CHOOSE FROM JeanSportswear families FII Sat.. 8.4 p.mj Itchg 6/2
,' .
best oH.r call 473-4966 before 5 p.m. lope Fireplace and private balcony, Ladies, Men, Sues, GARAGE SALE Thurs ft Frl. 8.S p.m. Can
or 964-7900 oft.r 6 p.m. Itpd 6/2 clubhouse with Indoor pool and jocuxisi Petite, Danc.w.orl Aa'oblc Large, Bridal goods, toys, tools, lamps, etc located '$ A FACT) COMING SOON 4 new duplexes great 'for the elderly! They can I

110 BUICK REGAL, AC, AM/FM 6 cyt. *. Weekend specials. Free Brochure, lingerie or Accessories Store Brands: in garage behind Tackle Box.!. Itpd 6/2 be rented or bough( Call for details

$1500. call 9644462.2tpd 6/2.9 VACATION 1-800-242-4853. fcan 88.246 Liz Claiborne, Heolthtex, Chou. lee, GREEN BARN SALE Sat., June 4. 9-6p .J..COMMERCIAL...,.t
(Island' 1 ft ON BEAUTIFUL Anna Maria, St. Michele' Forenta Bugle Boy. Levi ..... Brooker SR. 235 between 100 ft SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building corner Call ft Walnut St.. 3198 I Is
2BR condominium
HOMES equipped, pool tennis fully Organically Grown Lucia,'Over 2000 231. Look for sign.. Large variety from, .f. clean, excellent condition live upstairs have business dawnslairs. Best
beach access.:
other Or $13.99 One Price Or Multi. farm equipment to kitchen items Itchg ,
location! Enterprise Zone Benefits.
:.' FOR SALE Runaway Boy Retort 1801, Gulf Dr.. N., 62FIIDAY .
Tier Pricing Discount $ I
: Bradenton Beach Fl 34217. or Family Shoe WALDO: 200x400 fenced zoned B-A 30.000
813-778-0000. 88231PERSONAL Stare. Retail Prices unbelievable for ft SATURDAYS 9.p.m.\ 1222 N. APT BUILDING 3 units fenced close to shopping S 4S.000 |
:: TWO BEDROOM HOMIi: needs' repair, top quality shoes normally priced from' Thompson St. Itpd 6/2 LOCATION, LOCATION(This prim commercial location 507 W. Madison St..
; 706 Thomas St. Lot goes to creek. $19 to $60. Over 250 Brands, 2600 PINE VALLEY CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS directly across from Winn Dixie, could be converted to suit your needs.
: 12000. Owner term at 9%. low styles. $17,900 to $29.900. Inventory CHURCH yard sale clothes, LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer park S 55,000
Training Fixtures Airfare Grand household Items. used tires, much'
: down to qualified buy., ,1-372.6881. / 301 and WASHINGTON ST., 262.5"05 It. S 91,500
TO D.INK.THAT'I Opening etc. Can IS days Mr. more. 1 mile North on 301 look forsigns.
4tpd 5/19-6/9 open
301 SOUTH 135 ft. 301 ( 4 ) $150.000 i
approx.2 acres possibly
on acres,
FOR SALE Owner financed. BR. 2 Bo.CHftA YOUR BUSINESS Loughlin ((612)) 888 6555. lipd 6/2; day only. Sot.. June 4, 10.4p.m. 85.000
WANT TO STOP? Itpd 62SATURDAY. 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage
: after 6, new carpet. For Info 964-8602 THAT $ OURS I ,\ ... June 4, Orangewood Apt*. BRICK BLDGi 4000.f. (unfinished Inside) off Morgan! 1.5 acres S 60,000
: p.m.\mTF| Alcoholic Anonymous PERSONALS Two piece pit set. like new, $250. ENTERPRISE, ZONE 14Sx 165 ft.. near hospital S 25.000
BEDROOM home In town convenient 944-4ISO or 9642000pd 964.4398, Itpd 6/2 THOMPSON ST. I.362) s.f.. brick, Enterprise Zone Benefits' S 80.000
.: location, clote to everything. thru 6/30 MOVING SALEI) open house, everything 301 N.: 1.5 acres MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 240 on XI great value S 31.000
Nice l lot
wlthi, of Owneranxious.
variety tree CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed Free A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE must gal Frt. Sat 8 Sun.. June 349 301 NORTH: by Econolodge 165.01' on 301 $120.000
Call Real
: Estate, 9646262.today.6/2 Robert 7/2V estimate. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. Australian European, Scandinavian 390 N. Cherry St. Itpd 6/3 301 NORTH approximately 150'. ,:opprox, 220: $123.000 |
8tchg 'Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF High School Exchange Students arriving THREE FAMILY SALE Sat.. June 4, 10-5
BROOKER AREA house and lot. 3 BR, 2 ,
in Become host
August. family fop
SEWING .rrv, Powells Trailer Park Lot I.
MACHINES Sale and Service, p Itchg
; ba ea>y term; $500 down no closing American Intercultural Student Exchange 6/2 HWY 325 10 acres joins Alachua County line $ 25.500 I
all make
:. coit. 10% linedColt collect $15. All work cleaned guaranteed.oiled adjusted Corner| Call 1-800-SIBLING. lean BIG YARD SALES furniture, baby items. MICHIGAN STREET: 2 Acres Inside city S 10.000

904.351-3566. Itchg 6/2 Morgan Rd. ft CR 16, James Strickland, 88.231 clothes, dishes. curtains, toys, miscBoyless BROWNLEE RD.36.43 acres, owner financed great legation S 82.332RO.
.: TWO IED.OOM.CH&A.,carpet celling 964-8733. I2/3TF FREE CREDIT CARD INFORMATION New Hwy, corner 225 t 229, Thurs 100 E"'ST.1.37..cr.vood.d, and platted $ 7.000
; fan, itove, screened parch carport LAWN SERVICE for residential and com Era Bank Somerset N.J., offers S Fri 95pm. Itchg 62 HAMPTON: 438,acres. This property has everything) $438.000
: with toroge, v.ry comfortable. In mercial. Landscaping tree removal, Mastercard ft Visa Set your credit limit LAWTEY 5 acres lOSlh Ave., good investment S 15.000

town. 28000. Call Lillian Pearson lawn vacuumed. No job too big or with Insured savings. $35 applicationfee. RD. 100 El 12 acres plus fish pond, wide open spaces $ 26,000 |

'-: Broker-Sal.smon. Ralph Bryan Realty '''1011. Free .stimotes. 9644238. 2/4TF, Call .free 800-227-7200.. fcan PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.s 20.16 acres; 3 wells 2 poles
964 8878, eve 9645318. Itpd 6/2 WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John 88.252 2 septic tanks owner finance, $50.000 or will split each t:27.000 |
TIRED OF BEING FAT Appetite control
Deere. $40 p.r hour Call. anytime ,.....LOTS.....
I REAL ESTATE V 782-3306. patch. 100% natural; S31.80/30 day HOMESKEVTONEi \
: 4/7TFchg .
upplyvOistnbutorship also available. 1 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: 2 lots, on. acre each, $ 7,500 II 8 700
OUT V HODGES LAWN SERVICECoil from 7 High Ridge Estates: 3 BR, '
AREA LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots S 4,500:
Pleaie call Beej\ 407.737.3036. Diana KINGSLEY : r{;
a.m. and 8 p.m. 782.3748. 3/12 3lpd 2 boo CH4A. Fleetwood. 2 full length
: ( 6/2 '" 305-781.2286430 N.W. 42 St., Ponv patios' 10 ft. high 2.car carport chain .....HOMES.....
'OCALA NATIONAL FORESTt Wooded 1 K K CLEANING SERVICES Residential pane Fl 33064. Icon 88253PSYCHICFAMOUS link fenced yard LR. DR.; fireplace" LAKE BUTLER: first offering a. rare find, neat clean brick. 'vanaa'i .
.: lot*. river 'acc.... $5450 Each. No and buiens, personal services, Now and future Maytag washer ft dryer, Lake 3 BR, I IW ha, lot 1 OOx 135. close to hospital $ 45.000 I ISIS
money down $65.41 monthly. Owner' references available. 964.4908.3/31 TF readings, business and personal con Geneva nearby MYRTLE STi Neat ( tidy 3/2 $45000
: 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF ROOFING new roof? t.ar off and sultations Confidential Call the doctor,' LAKEFRONT PROPERTY Building CONERLV ESTATES 312 stone fireplace, 1800 s.f.: S 65.000 |

: OCAIA/MARION CO. 6000 acre, will recover. Work guaranteed, Call Lamar' for the truth. By appointment only. Call lot new septic tank, 'approved .for HWY 225: 2/1 frame,' 3 still born, newly rewired
divide.. Jut off 1-75 11 mile Rd. fron Sims, 964.4331 anytime. Fr.., 305 943 3179, ,Icon 88.242COMMERCIAL well power source Little Lake Santa BRICK 3 I.. 2'/ bo, custom built on 1 acre $ 64,000 |
tage. From $1700 acre, terms.I.P.S estimates. 3/31 TFI CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club 3000 s I. on'2 lots;

: 'CoP. Realtor 101 NE ht Ave., Ocala WILL DRY CLEAN your rugs and carpetsIn PROPERTY Fe.CR 22Si Near Lawtey, CB ft WF. 3 BR.. GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford Dr. S 38.000

Fl 32670. 9046296101. fcan 88-247 your home or office. 9644507. 5/12 RENTLEASESALEFOR 1 ba, CHCA t acre. 201 ALVAREZ COURT! 3 BR, I Ba. R.duc.d$2.000 S 23,750
4tpd 6/2 STARKEt 2 BR, 1 Ba. CHftA 1125 NEIL CT.i 3 BR, I Ba carport owner financing i S 36.000
VALUE ON THE ATLANTIC new two NEED A BABYSITTER Call 964-2531, ask LONGCHAMP HOMES Bri S,3BR.; I'Ba. well Insulated S 45.2551.ICK4or5IR.I900..f.
: bedroom condo on Amelia Island for Dawn or call 964-4572 ask forAngela. LEASE 1,000 ft.. 301 assumoble FHA mtg
sq South 0Id" Negotiable |
: limited availability from $78.900. 6/2 2tchg 6/9 FmHA HOMES BR, 1 I./t boo
acras from' new KOA/Wolmort great locations to choose from. Eligible 442 N. WALNUT 3 BR, 2 4o. handyman dream Best Offer Accepted Today
9042610816. 4049987877. fcan TRACTOR WORK PECAN SERVICES '
964 8848, 964 8447 or eves, 473-3627.
88.248 MOWING HARVESTING no down payment Ineligible, 10% KEYSTONE Spanish style, 4 BR, 2ba, 3450 s 10 acres
CRACKING 4/16 tfnchg down. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB BR, I Ba.,1500 s.I., wood frame, ,
totally equipped
tavern $ SO.000 |
1- Vt UNION COUNTYi 135 Ac. beautiful new shingle roof carpet ,
balance wooded. Creek FERTILIZINGInf. '
mile rood frontage. Homesite. Hunting J.D. lunke,f44-1130 owner finance home, lakefront 10%. John acreage Curies, 2700 s.f. home,with Ig. oaks ft pecan KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Spacious, quiet,' country living, :3 I BR, 2 bo, Ig. FR, Ig.
land kit/DR combo.2000: s.I., CH&A. city water, 2 septic tanks; e.c. .condition. [
t!! Adjoin timber company S264tchg14 United Realty of Storks, 964 8447; eve. trees...fish from 2 private fish. ponds. ,
$39,750. United National, Barron WILL BABYSIT in my home Monday thru 473.3627.5/19TF Ideal for hones ft cows Asumable mart $26.000. 8'1./ pmts$223.98/mo. Sale, priced)L. S 55.000 I IBROOKER

= Strainer, Broker, P.O. Box 755 Troy ,Saturday anytime...782.3615, Itchg 6/2 NEAR GAINESVILLE Off CR' 23 ti, ;3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/O extra lot S 44.000 I
i Alabama 205-566-1870 205-735-2442, wood frame 3 BR, 2 Ba. CHSA. formal 3 pAIRY RD.: 2.25 acres.3/1 CB. CH&A.o near 40.000
Icon 88-241 LOSTFOUNDTO dining family ,room sitting ,In .10 LAWTEY BR, 2 ba, 2 story, 1 acre, 100 yrs. old S 36.000 |

: LARGE MOBILE HOME SITES $5,995 acres of planted pines.'Great invest WE WILL BE CLOSED SAT. & SUN.
: term Near Crystal River, high and WHOMEVER >I WAS IN THE:'WHITE JUNE 4&S FOR RENOVATION
;: dry. Nice terms. Central water. Agent: ment.Pick '
TRUCK last Thursday that brought my / Up You'Entry Form
::: P.Oj Box 2061. Homoao Spring Ff STROUT REALTY .Great Dane home 1 on Lake Alto please Fora Free 7.Day' After Hours

32647, 9046280001. fcan 88-243 IncorporatedBroker contact m* at 468-1563, Sara Itpd 6/2 Caribbean Cruise for Twot Anne Terwillegar Nelson *** 473-7541
REWARD) for the return ol a yellow and f. 496-2291
B38 N. Temple Ave.U.S.( Ml} '\ John Langford r Matter Appraiser S5 I
whit. male bulldog that stands about 2 MATHEWS REALTY : L
BOATS Stark Fl 320*I964B931 Pauline Randolph 964-6323 ]
,It. tall and very fat, has on a wide red IMU start< '
collar Taken from South .nd of Lake ,REALTOR. Lane Londo 964.7051

: 1988 STUMPKNOCKERt U ft., center con- 1466: 'Great buy' In .this 5 BR, 3 bd. Alto In Waldo Please return little boys 441 W, Madison Joy Thornton 964-4223

: ole. 60 hp Merc., power trim and tilt. block home and 18.99 oc., pecan pet Call 468-1866 ask for Paul. Itpd 6/2 Stark, Fl 32091

: Merk, Thruter plus trolling motor grave, only I'A mile on Edwards Rd. DI'xle
: Gator drive-on trailer, rigged and Home has approx. 4,000 sq.ft. area, .(Across from Winn )
: ready. Take over payment 964-5289 new appliances. 9U.<<69n .

: or after 6 p.m. 9646465. Itchg 6/2 /461: 4 BR 3 bath block home In town
: IS trailer FT. WELLCRAFTi run great 40 asking hp Evlnrude$1200. Coll tilt- near school on E. Laura St. Low down ,,-,. '1 ; GLORIA'S 'MUSI HOUSE (STUDIO)
pmt and qualify for existing mor
472-4657 6/2-9 after 7 p.m.o N.wbarrylFI. tgage.4S8 INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg &Gloria Bryant.
/ : Laundromat, packaged meat LESSONS: Guitar. Banjo & Electric Bass
soles Included; Waldo. Cain:
f464 21 Unit Motel. Incl. efficiency
: .
I 964-8120 Tues-FYt 1-7. Sun & Mon 102AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
TRAVEL TRAILERS apt., restaurant.
#470: 24 Unit Motel efflc. opt*., office

'4* VOLUNTEER travel trailer, '18 ft., many amenities, 4&iiI.:1"Susan AI
good condition. $1150. Call 473-3465 AI'" about our mobile en small ac.

after 6 p.m. Itpd 6/2 parcel' (Good bargains). 't s I Accelerated'Kea/tr.' ,o .

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Broker .964-4544,

Thinking of buying or
M .Faulkner GRI, CRB PRESIDENT= 301 'S.
selling? Call us;

964-4522 STARKE. FL Evenings & Weekends P,1.9l-F.9lv..L .l/Jj;, IJ! { [@:] Starke FL REALTOR I..[!

Located 301-2 Blk S. SR.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street
Elder. MRARes. Hwy '
vld L Dodge. MSA. C HA Patty. 96-1-5663 Kay : 3f Homes. tI Lots ./ 'Acreage*' Waterfront

Ret 0B4-537O / Farms / Commercial
Kay C Waters Suzanne Kitchens '.. %
Kcs. Btil bril'JD

Re B646HJ1 400 E, LAURA ST. 3 BR,. 1 Ba home, central heat AC units,. stove rerl.. I
Opal Difkson I fenced. '

Re 0647333 REALTOR 1 f BEDFORD LAKI .v 2 BR/lBa Irame.; CH4A. Stove. Refri. Carpet Drapes,

Designated Appraisers Dock. Workshop SW trailer Lot Apa, 193x250 ft. $89,000.

Your Full Sorvi.M Real Estate Office LAWTEV AREA .;3 Bill 10 Frame,' 1 acre, 19000. .
commercial 1413 N. GRAND $T. 3 BR/I Ba Frame,.Well S.ptic.2 Acres;$22.000. .
Appraisals for Residence SAMPSON LAKE -'3 BR/2Ba Lot Siding., 3000 SF..CHA A. Stove. Relri t

; Dishwasher. Ceiling, Fans. Well 8 Septic, large lot on the Water $135.000.
A Few of Our Many ListingsA PINEWOOD. DRIVE,2, BR/IBo CB, Kitchen.Dining. Combo,' Family Room.
27900. .

Mow Under Censlructlene Workshop Solar Hot Water.System Well ft Septic,,Stocked Fish Pond $ SAc
e Fenced.

ChooM yeti r ewe Gels P.I.18.Cereetee CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES.. 3BR/2Ba CB,'Living. Dining ft Family Rooms,

CHftA. 1416 SF. Drapes ft Carpet Well ft Septic Large lot Lake Privilege
J/J.cetheerel celling.Breelece RIVER, FRONTAGE > 2 BR/I Ba SW Mobile Home In Excellent. Condition. Well

Urge 1 cer g......'A Acre Weeded SetOn I Septic: 9.S Ac, 26000. ,.
Edwer-s K..4-----$' .600 NEAR CROSBY LAKE 2 BR/1 Ba Frame living-Dining Room, Kitchen Stove .

NEW 3 bedroom I'!/ bath ft Rein Porches 100.200 If: lot. Well ft Septic $21,900,,

NEW LISTING Stork excellent neighborhood 3/1'A, .....In'kitchen' ond more' On One Aer. Must See to Appreciate. LAWTSV 4 BR/IBo Frame. Large living < Dining Rooms Porches, large
Lot. City Water.
Fenced yard, / Haw One Built .
This or
NIW HOMES Stork, brick. FHA financing large lot. many amenities.. ,Buy SELECTED PROPERTIES,

WALDOl; Neat 1400 .J.. :3 bedroom. CHftA. $34.000.' i And Choos Your Color;Carpet Etc 20 ACRES SW mobile home,'2 wells, septic lank planted pines. .

CLEAN ft NEATl 2/1, good location. only M,60O. 1' 41 ACRES Breaker. Will divide. Owner Financing w/Good Terms. .

BRICK-MORGAN ND.i 3/2. CHftA on wooer one of Professionally 10 ACRES Will Divide, Pecan Grove,. Well ft Septic Owner Financing.
NEAT AS A PIN New roof. nw bathroom, cloee to Stark. e Call our 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grave, Fish Pond Owner Financing. .
1800 ..!. In $tork*. 39000. Trained
TWO STORY, Rdoorotd ( 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location on Hwy. 16W..
REDUCED Convenient to town end chool. 3/1 remodeled.. Staff Today ...$ ACRES Zoned for Mobile Ham.

:'Z; RSDUCEDt HandyMan special, duplex In.Stork. LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 H.'of lake Frontage,
EDWARDS B0 4/3 CHftA. up to 10 *cr*.. 9645069or LAKE LOTS Ciosby a Sampson. Owner Financing.
LOCATION LOCATION In Stark, custom horn an 5 acres.LAROE I ACRES On Hwy 301 South. .

BRICK HOMIi 2700..!.. CHftA. beautiful neighborhood. Call for appoint. after hours call: HWY Ml SOUTH Good Business location .

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lot IN CITY 6000. App"for modular PRESSURE TREATED PLYWOOD] %" RENT 2 bedroom, t and one-half CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. ADVERTISING should be sub- FOR SALE
ham. Call 96.c-S7tM; after 5, call 10.99; 3/4" $1650, not treated 'V both townhouse with attached garage mined to the Lake Region Monitor office CLASSIFIED
964, 3/07 Hngel' .99 Now stocking nails) mined to the Union County Time. office -
5351 3/4" $12.75.
l $7 ; near school.' 473.3681Ikhg 5/12-6/2: In writing and paid In advance in 19(7 JB-xW ZIMMER MOBILE HOMI
and) advance
,>I'' PUASANT ,,CROVI AREAt off Rd. 16 Stephen Smith Lumber. 468-2624, 7 ml. In writing paid .
KEYSTONE executive pecan..., unless credit I Is already establishedwith unless credit I I. already establishedwith Three bedroom, 2 both, central heat
: 12,9ocr.holfcl.or.dwith 2 BR South of Slarka on 301 5/26 Stchg 6/9 paneled office space. $225 per month. this office and air, fully carpeted fireplace,
this office.
mobil .horn used at rental. Many LAST WEEKl 2x6x10) treated pin., $3.35, 473-4961, 5/19 Wnchg MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD stove, refrigerator, dishwasher car
choices ,lor use, Forming, animals, Stephen Smith Lumber1, 468-2624, 7 ml. KEYSTONE CENTER 500 sq. ft. offlc. or RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Cla'fled"cIoocIllne' I. MONDAY 5 port. Screened back porch, front deck.

chicken reuses, trailer pork, housing South, of STark. on 301 5/26 3tchg 6/9 shop. $220 per mo. '4734961.19 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER P.M., prior to, Thursday publication. You move. Call 496-2694. 3/19 4tpd.
Minimum I Is IS wards for$3.50,
..ubdlvl.lonor lust a home with a big tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. charge 6/9
yard Asking JM.OOO. then 15 cents for each: word th......,...
Negotiable. FISH, SWIM. SKI $300 mo. Half Moon Classified deadline 11:00: a.m. priorto MOBILE HOME-NO MONEY DOWN Takeover .
064-6305 days, or 964-8970 and'" MOBILE HOMES Lok., Melrose.1 BR, large great room Thursday publication. payments of 1237.27. 19BS 14 x70'
964-8709 after 6 p.m, 5/12TF W/D hood-up, low utility bll .. First, Minimum charge/,1 15 words for$3.50. Two bedroom 2 bath In Worthington
MOBILf HOMI PARK on Orlfflt Loop, FOR SALE last t security, 475.2857. 2tchg then 15 cent for each: word thereafter. BOATS 'Springs, Call 1-237-3486. Itchg. 6/2 .
"Hwy 100-A' Starke. Have 4 units and 5/26-6/3 TEN MOBILE HOMES Two and three
: acreage for mar. mobile homes. ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished 2 BR bedroom low dawn' payemnt -
$38,OOO.'Call 964-63OJ days: 964,8970. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! mobile ham. home w/lorge living ,room d/r, both, 14 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT 9.8 hp Mercury Balance like rent Sid's Mobile Home

."" M 8705 after 6 p.m, S/2| TF park on Grlffis Loop. Acreage for more large deck overlooking take. Dock e motor, with trailer and trolling motor, Park Behind S > 5.196.3715.1!pd. 6/2
PERSONAL SERVICES $859 firm. Call 496-3831
'" mobile homes or lots, $38,000. Call laundry.facilities available 473-2919. day or
after 5:30 p.m. 964-8970 or 964-8705. 5/26 752-5502 evening )Itchg. 6/2
FOR SALE tfnchg Will BABYSIT In' home.
3/3 TFlo| my Daytime or
,2 BR LAKEFRONT fishing, skiing swimming -
,' ".', I ,. I |fit PIEDMONT DOUBLE WIDE 56x26. 3 etc $250/week. 47 .3856. 4tpd evening hour Reference available FOR SALE YARD SALE
WHOLESALE ALUMINUM KITS delivered BR. 2 full baths den with fireplace, 5/16-6/16: 4733732.,_ 5/19-6/2
CH&...., ceiling fans; LR. OR, laundryroom. LAKE GENEVA .'2 BR: t LR/DR WILL CLEAN your haute for you.Honest -
Florida ,
direct' to you rooms glass or'scr..n CARPORT SALE Friday and Saturday,
964.2507, 511tchg 6/2 dependable, good reference. ,,STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storagespace7 ,
skirting, siding;, rootovers, careport. ZERO DOWN PAYMENT.for'quallll.d. combination. No children no pets, Phone 473-4962. free 5/19-4/2 w. have 5.10 and 10x10 mini June 10th and June 11th. 8 a.m til.
., Instructions and Installation Garage apartment. $225/mo. plus: PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile warehouses. Hale and Associates SR231 toward RMC about 2 miles.Follow .
available. Call tollfree 18007624308. land owners. 733-02M. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 d.posit.751129. 2tpd 5/26.6/2 sign. Household. furnishings,
home, pool, deck*, sidewalk Freeestimate 496-3939. Hnchrg.17NECTARINES
28x60 doublewlde for $339
Icon 2 BR MH New AC. f.nc.d, close
88.238MUSICAL to
drapes lamps, whatknols, closetdoor.
*. C/ll Rob 4733590. You pick at Martin' Fruit
INSTRUMENTS Iowa. month. Call 733 0213. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 schools, lake privileges. Call wall ,
As carport screen doors, cabinets
S/Stfncho Ft. white.Start Wednesday
S14.99 p.r month. Coll 964.6946. tfn A-1 MOBILE HOMES.., the nation'slargest 473. 221 or 9043886109.. 2tpd CARPENTRVTADOTTtONS/ Farm picking bath ocessorles. room air conditioner,
REMODELING May 25th, until all $.30
retailer 'of mobile homes, gone.
,'NEWSPApER 5/26.6/2
PLAUSi Aluminum 713 8317, 5/19-6/9 DICKS no |lob too big or small.Reasonable pound any amount. 4972621. Hours: 7a.m. many bargain and more. 6/2 2tpd. 6/9
,M.o.ur..24x36" 25 cents each. Great 4tchg ON LAKE GENEVA Nice mobil.home, 2 YARD SALE AT SHIRLEY CLOVERS
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, GLAMOUR BATH.. singlewlde, '88 BR, IVi BA carpeted L/R. Nice shaded 413.9096.3/5 rlrvchg rates Quality. work. ,TWO.to BARREL-BACK 8 p.m., Mon.-Sot.UPHOLSTERED Itchg. 5/26 HOUSE One mile south on SR231: ,

135 W. Coll St.: 964-6305. model. Cathedral ceilings, furnished lot dock t laundry facilities. 4732919. TRAlClRS BUILT Saturday, June 4, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m;
complete delivery and set under to your specifications.' CHAIRS Two lamps; oriental rug plus
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare 5/27 tfnchgt Itchg. 6/2 .
recipient with a qualifying condition, $169 month. Call today, ,7330159.41chg BR ,2 BA MH Doublewide. CH, 473.3634.2tchg SCHOOL 62.69SUMMER In Keystone Cer, collectible excellent accessories condition:; reasonable 462.5838 (Near andIn YARD SALE Saturday, June 4. 9 a.m. to 3p.m.

call toll free number for more information 519.69OWN fireplace, screened porch on 1 acre lot. tified teacher. 580 N.E. 3rd Street Lake Butler,
1988' : Elementary secondary Worthington) Itpd. 6/2
I 8004454174.. fcan 88-344 $400 mo. Available July 1, 473-JlSQ. Itpd. 6/2
levels. Jun. 15. Call
doublewide for under $250. Call today Starting 473-4291 RIDING MOWER Bhp electric start, excellent
ALICIA HAY In under 6/2-9
rolls barn. Delivery 2tchg
available Arthur Gaskins, 7823727. 733.6068. 4tchg 5119-6/9 I BR COTTAGE near library Furnished to apply. 2tchg 6/2-6/9 condition. $400. Call 496-3014. GREEN BARN SALE:Sat.., June 4, 9.6
5/26TF WE BUY USED mobile homes, Call AC lake privileges. $240 month. LAWNS MOWED $8 average lawn. Itchg. 62WEDDING p.m., Brooker. Rd. :235 between 100 C

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTi Bradford 733.8317, 4tchg 5/19.6/9 4734961. 6/2 "nchgMOBilE Some slightly- higher 473-4055 4tchg BANDS 14K gold. Woman'slie 231 Look for signs Large variety from,
US 3O\ YOUR CREDIT might not be as bad as you 6/2-23 6. man'6 size 11.$100 for bath.Call farm equipment to kitchen Items litho
Pawn North
Shop. Av. .
Temple ,
HOUSE PAINTING baby sitting odd 496-2552. Itch ..6/2
think. Need a mobile home? Call today ; 6/2
Next to Bradford Motel. BUY, SELL, HOMES 4734055. 6/2.23 Ibs.
733-8317. 4tchg 519.69TRADE..TRADE.TRADE..your job 4tchg FOUR FIGS Estimated weight 140
.' 'TRADE, Phone ,964-5440. Erwin Pen' used VARK WORK. Up to lOffXlOO'yard mow. total', $60 for lot. Call 496.3332.Itpd.

." ., 'J sack, owner. 5/26 4tpd 6/16 ;mobile home. 'Call 7330294. ,4tchg '24X52 DOUBLEWIDI BR, 2 BA, hishercloset. ed, $15 (regular customers weekly 25 6/2 CARS/TRUCKS
HALF pRICEI I Fantastic
deal Our best discount
5/196/9 In''master bedroom. Ceiling percent : bi-weekly percent
large flashing arrow sign $299. farts In all $18,000. You discount). Larg.r yards mowed and
,' ; FOR SALE OR RENTt; BR trail. on lot In rooms. move. HELP WANTEDGOOD
':. : Lighted non-arrow $289. Unlighted Hampton 36.24 barn or gorog., 473-7925. 2tpd 5/26-6/2 other yard services, call for price 19B4 BUCK REGAL Mint condition A/C
.: $249> Free letters. See locally Call to- ,
let : 473.7221 or leave message 475-2401., steering, brakes, cruise control
.:' direct 782 3768, ring 5/26 2tpd 6/2 power
r, ,I:"\- dy.anytime Factory. Icon 88-245 18004230163I EASY BUY 1985 doublewlde, 3 BR. 2 HELP WANTED Itchg 6/2 PEOPLE GOOD PAY'. GOOD tinted windows and more. Can be ._nand

,; BUILDING SALEt Factory: direct Quonset bath LOADED. Move or stay on rental HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, addition BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. test driven at PETTIT or Call

models, including double sliding doors. (rtot. Pay balance, Its. yours, or $1,000down FULL t PART-4IME position open at or complete building. 30 years Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd 496-3505 after 7 p.m. 5/26 2tpd. 6/2
25x32..S2,30046452 $5,244 52x72 and assume payments,964-6849 New Life Acres Rest Home. Also need experience serving Bradford and Cloy Street, lake Butler 496-3601, tfn/chg 19BI PLYMOUTH HORIZON Stick shift,
$7895 Call loll free 1-800-668-5106;; Itchg 62MOBILE' beautician. 475-2108. 2tchg 5/26-6/2 Coun"... 4734018. 5/28 tfn 1/21 runs god $450. Call 496-3505, after 1-

Steel/ ,Icon 68-240 HOMEi 12x60. '2 BR, t ba, ,MASON MASON TENDERS .I, $6-$9 for ,FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?, FEDERAL STATE AND) CIVIL SERVICE p.m. 5/26 2tpd. 6/2
Standard House out of level?? LaRue JOBS $19,495 .- $76,800. Immediateopenings. 1979 DODGE 4-WHEEL' DRIVE PICKUP'
lu.b.rrles ,and blackberries. ,modern kitchen, excellent condition in laborers, $10-$13 for masons Call Billy I leveling
STarke,_ Call service for all foundation Call JOB LINE $2,000 firm. Call 496-3831 days or
(ou... n Azalea and Blueberry Farm $4500. :Any. collect; Cox Masonry after 5 p.m. 4732961J2lpd your repairs?.
corner,of 24th Ave.and ForsytrT Rd. /834-679212tpd 6/2.9 5/26-6/2 473-7721 7/9 tfnchg 1(518)459-3611( ) Ext. F3448A for, ap. 752.5502 evenings. Itchg. 6/2 '
'BO MODEL 12x40: nice one.; $3500 set upEnd plication. 5/19 3tpd. 6/2
Open Tu..do"Solurday; : a.mo,,,, ,
'6:30 p.m. 964.7109tchg 6/2.22 !hooked up on V4 acre lot near YARD SALES HIRING BLUEBERRY ',PICKERS AND MISCELLANEOUSREDUCE ,,
PACKERS North of'Gainesville off
Starke. 2748.
IT riding lawn II
mower mobil. SR340. Look for Call 485-2669.,
Mi4 24x60: Fleetwood home.Take signs
,hp Murray good condition,' S25O;; rote, MOVING SALE y Going out of baby 5/19 Stchg. 6/2 SAFE AND FAST WITH Goes.Capsules .
Ian dining room set, $225 bar set with 2 over payments must moved.r RAT Buy sell and trade collectible '
: business. a.m, Frl.June 3, 9-12 Sat. and "Water
964 4924 6/2 ,
Itpd Items and antiques. Used furniture,'
stools $125. 964 8313. 6/2
Itchg June 4. Many baby Items, baby clothes, home. For more Information call Available at Andrew Drugs ,In, lake
175 CHAMPION, 12x60, all electric' ,, glassware,, jewelry and much more. my
1976 FORD '
,''" DUMP TRUCK )1984 Mauldin 'household items 6891 Bedford Lake 496-1320, after 6 ..... 6/2 6/9 Butler, Itpd. 6/2
rubber .tire paver, 1t 1 ton Iverio kCHSA, 2,8R, 1 ba, 10x14 portable Road off Immokalee Rood Itchg 6/2 ,Come sea for yourself One mil. east p 2tchg.

Asphalt roller, and a 3 axle equipmenttrailer building on '/ acre lot In Brooker, YARD SALE 7750 Bay St. (behind football of Keystone Height on Highway 100. WATKINS DEALERS WANTED to sell SALE''
782.3608. Itchg 6/2 15000. Call 'days 9642462 or eves 473-2183. 5/5 tfnchg famous full HOMES FOR
field) 4 tlr. rims, tools A other" products or part-time. Be
485 2614 /2.9
IN GOOD CONDITION ;I'/' ton air conditioning 2tchg Items Fri. t Sat. 95. Itpd 6/2 your own boss Call 782-3066 Lawtey.

unit $400, 964-26$1. Itpd 6/2 HWY 100 FLORAHOME at A-frame CARS 4tpd 6/2-23 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U

20 FT.GOOSENECK horse trailer, $1600. June 4. Organ furniture. air-cond, repair). Delinquent tax property

782.3904. Itpd 6/2 bikes, cosmetics ,crystal chandelier, BUY. SELL TRADE autos or truck, running FOR RENT Repossessions., Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
LARGE ROUND WOOD TABLE. 3' ft. I -U- -SE- -4 Bargains galore, Itpd 6/2 or not. 473.3634.2lchg 3/25-6/2 Ext. GH-1136, for current r.po list. 6/2
.across with extra 'leaf.. $10. 964-6362, GARAGI SALE Miscellaneous. Sat, IIlpd..7/21.,

Itchg 6/2 T.H.E. Jun. 4 from 93. 280 ..,... Circle In HOMES FOR SALE CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely fur.
GOLF BAG CLUBS, complete ..i. like Apartments Park of the Palms.'Itchg 6/2 nlthed. .,. all electric, central 1 heat and R

new tall 964.6857 between' 9 and ,10 Brownlee t FRI B SAT.June 3.4; ((9 to 1))J. 5903 White GOVERNMENT! HOMES -Irani* sr'tu i air private, paved road: laundry and G I
p.mi 3tpd 612.16ORGANICALLY 922 E, St. Sand Rood (dirt road on North side of '; ( park playground. Near schools" hasp.
repair, repo's bock tax! amorel
GROWN vegetables now White Sands Lake). North- from property state facilities. PINES SR-121. east lake
Call 1-518-459-3546 Ext. H3339Afor
available at Campbells Health C Nutrition 2'& 3 BR'sAvailable Keystone on 21 to 352 to dirt rood- Butler. Call 496-2366. Two children
Center, )134 E. Call St.. 964-4045. Stove, sink table, mlcro-wave table, WATERFRONT listing PROPERTY Half Moon max.,and no pets chg/tfn 5/21
'I i 2tchg 6/2 9'PRODUCEc cabinet, household Items, mens suit, THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH DOUBLEWIOE AIR CONDITIONING
Lake, 1 BR. large ,
great room v.ry
squash, corn, b.on., peas, [ Low Income Itpd 6,2GARAGE energy efficient. Beach: carport fenced Partly furnished. Call 496-3814 or .
496-2953. 5/26 6/2
cucumbers (pickling and regular), yard. W/O hook-up deep well 2tchg. REPAIRS
clothing ,
'tomatoes, etc. We pick, 964-7481. B, Housing 475.2857.2khg' 5/26-6/2
welding equipment tools, schools furnished. .
baby things Water-sewer-garbage
Carter 6/16
5/26/tpd GENEVA LAKE ESTATES 3 BR, ? BA. 2
much more. SR 21 to Brooklyn Boy Rd.. Very reasonable. Call after 4:30:
'GATE POSTS:, rough cut pressure 1964-7133 car garage, central air 4\ heat pump
: @ follow June 34. 4962020. 5/26 Evaporators
treated pine timbers, B"xB'.8' $21.33, signs 4737913Itehg screened porch large shady lot p.m. tpd.
4"x8"x8 $13.33: ; 6'x6'x8 $1200, 1 '6/2 .. $72.OOO. Call for details anytime ,TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI In lake Compressors
Smith Lumber 4682624. EQUAL HOUSING Melrose. Butler area. 1175 a month, plus
Stephen Open 4753353. Open house Sot *
Mon-Frl 8:30-5 p.m.. Sat 9.2 p.m. 5/26- Sun. 125. Itpd 62FOR deposits.,. Call 4311714 or 496-2555.6/2 .A/C Hoses ,* ,
2tf 6/9
3tchg 6/9

TELEVISION SET < 18 Inch.. Like ,new, '
TRAIN'TO $125. 473-7994'Upd 6/2 .,.$-' ACRE PARCELS 160 acre 'farm A/C Charge
would make nice horse farm lowdown
LAND FOR SALE payment *. owner financed. Ap-
PROFESSIONALSECRETARY prox.. 1/2 acre, paved rood, with 2

3 ACRES Gas line Road.473.2283.2fpd' bedroom mobil. home on SR18. Hal.
Learn'the. Boat Building Trade From, the'Ground 'Up'I 'SEC.RECEPTIONISTeEXEC 6/2-9 -. and 12/31 Associates. 496-3939. tfn/chg. 9.95

Must Be Ambitious +. Must Apply? In Person SECRETARY' 'PETS

Slat locally full time/parti With This Ad

Grlffis & Sons' Fiberglass I /time. ,Learn'word, processing I COCK_A-POO .. puppies.? ,free..
secretarial skills.
f and related
473-7435.,Itpd 6/2
Starke Radiator
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Home-study and r..id.ntroan.*
U.S.30r North Starke Ing. National headquarters, J WANTED & Transmission Inc.
Beach Fl
Pompano ,


call 475-2194., Itpd 6/2
believe If
.. People you carry a potato
CA5HF '1-800-432-3004 with you you will be healthy.

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I l lI A.C.T.Corp. SALE

Klngsley take 533-2130 'FOR.SALE _.
Keys tone 473-702 '
DCAD Oft AUVtJR. 510.64.1504'I' METAL STORE rPestle. Fill ,Dirt, Top Soil '

I FIXTURES' I David Lawson Paint & Body Large or 'Small Loads of Lhn rock

We are ,looking for pick-up sites In,: I T1r4 Tractor Work Backhoe
Lawtey Kalferd, lake Butler,' 'I Insurance I Collision I Work; -Free_;nrn; Bulldozer ,

Brooker t '
I 964-6182 964.5823.964.6095
If Interested call .nil SKIN USED OFFICE -
461.m7 SHOp.I CR 229 NW 28th St Starka 964-6133 ."

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I .'CASH. I r ::i'J ALL CF ya Cut Brick. .fMlbdoWMVtajrlSldtee. An apartment complex designed for moderater; :}:- '

k\ .Well W.-k ,. income families.Ho rental assistance available. ..;.fr.f"' \. .

Drilling REGISTERS, BUILDING NEEDS Call Today! Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts., range refrigerator I, l ::" p :\"/:""

Rotary 2" to ,.. II Q.-Jl1! : {{!j 964-6766 jfe carpet cent heat & air, patio and laundry Free! f.rr.i:! y ,.,': ;':; "',

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TYPEWRITERS. water, sewer & garbage. ,Rent $185. $220 "imlnlrnJm. :: .: ;:
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I COPY J North Florida I1 Forest Park Apartments s 775 NE 1 st Street '

sizes Comer Lafayette & Hwy.301. Starke -x >s&j..t: 'uff'-: (904) 496-3439 E.H.O. '

MACHINES : 1 St. Uc.# RR0052877

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1 Everything: l 'Elixson Wood Products Inc.

I Now'faking application for 1-7-3-4 bedroom units; Thai. all-

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ,Set Up A Store, I Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou 'electric units or. spacious with lots of closet space and all'have

For Your Plumbing Parts II wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliance*. Onsite F

'- 964-7061 Or office I Pickup/ or W. O.llvr applicant laundry, facilities. R.ntal assistance available for qualified)

We Also Have For application and Information

-.864 N.: ,Temple, Ave, Starke II I Please see u* at
t Red Heart Cypress Lumber 1005With Street. }
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Nights lake Butl.r. FL 32054 .............
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teen product at horn. Call for Informa opportunities exist at the Lake porch pies a utility room $250 month easier than you think. Experts say that ha* spout at the bottom of
4tpd 69SOMEONE 504-641-8003. Kt. A9S7 5/19 City VA Medical Center for RNs to work Also 1'\ house, screened In bock ..,. 'that your weight loss effort can the cup. Fat rises to the top and

TO LIVE IN and lor eld., part-time or full-rim. Positions are porch With" 0 work shed, just pointed Inside profit greatly when your, kitchen is flavorful juices can be poured off
ly man In, lawl. car Room and- available In the areas of psychiatry Qrtd out. $250 month, available'' _.. i skinny, even if you re'' not! from the bottom, for low-fat
area. extended care and extensive and June William D. Real .
board and car j Tiffin Lie According to Linda Webb R.D.. gravies.
collect 813-643.0272.3tpd small alory furnlsrwd.S/19-6/2 Call medical/surgery. We offer liberal Estate broker, 964-5065. "Itchg 6/2 ......-' t.Pvt. nutritionist for Lipton Lite Cup- e Substitute skim milk for whole
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING) Summer leave and federal retirement benefits,. SCREENO.N' | front porch, t/I, close to -. Ear WUUaau a-Soup!), "The way you cook and milk in recipes. Try whole milk or -
continuing education and career op..porlunltl. shopping center, $165 month. Also .,
buttermilk instead of
and .. food has a direct effect cream.
r opportunities. Excellent prepare on
.., Please contact Betty opartry, nt, 1/t. quiet, neighborhood.Available .
pay plus world travel. Call Pvt. Earl! Williams weight control The right strategiesin In recipes calling for sour cream,
Nogar, Nursing Service, 755-3016 .... June 1. $175 month. William
1-318-439-3734 .MI. P3339D. 3tpd 2118. EEO Employ.r. 5/12 4tchg 6/2 D. Tiffin, lie. Real Estate Broker, Graduates with HonorsU. the kitchen trim calories from use yogurt or one of the light sour
3/19-6/2 964-3063. Itchg 6/2 S. Army Pvt. Earl David the foods you eat even before you cream products now/on the mar

1 HIRING BLUEBERRY PICKERS ft PACKERS THREE MbROoM.' 1 bath LR, DR. ,kitchen Williams, Jr has graduated with consider reducing portion size: ket ,
Near Gainesville Airport SR 225 to SR FOR RENT e1 acres with born located 5 honors from? Ft. Dix N.J. His, An added bonus, Webb explains, e In recipes, calling for ricotta
340. look for signs. Call 485.2669. 3/19 is that calories be cheese substitute low-fat
miles from prison. 7823159. 2tchg parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl David can painlessly cottage
4tchg 6/9 reduced low cheese, .
3/26-VS: by choosing calorie
FOOD SERVICE: lull/ and part-time, cook NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish Williams, Sri, have just returned cooking methods. In other words, e Cookrice, in Lite Cup-a-Soup and
cleaning, waitress position available. .d. Laundry facilities Included. Video CO'S CHICK US OUTI! Clean rental from attending the graduation never miss them. forego added butter. Try Lite
Call for appt. 333-2030, Camp Blon- room available. Will accept one child, hornet tailored to your pay schedule.Private ceremony. you may for
Tomato & Herb
The trick of trimmed-down cook- Cup-a-Soup a'
no pel. Palms Pvt. Williams now
ding.: 3/26: Stchg 7/14 Apts. 2313 N. Temple park, laundry and playground. Is attending
RESIDENT MANAGE mature couple Ave, Starke 32091. 10/29 TF PINES SRIJI, just south of SRIOO In Air School in Ft. Belvoir,. Va., for ing l Is substitution Choose "lite" flavorful side dish.
wanted for 44-Unlt rental' property inStork. ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR /mobile home Lake, Outl.r, Call '496-2366. tfn/chg. four months alter which he will then cooking techniques, instead of e Instead of buttering vegetables
.. Apt. management experience Vi mile from city, Nice neighborhood. return home. frying or broiling with butter Substitute season with herbs, lemon juice or
t' beneficial, maintenance experience 4681323. 10/8TF 'new "lite products Insteadof reduced calorie salad dressing.
'" required. Must be bondabl., no pets. FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities high calorie sauces or gravies e Use pureed vegetables to thicken
Salary plus apartment and utilities. paid, from S37.50 per week JR. Produce The following suggestions will help 'soups and stews instead of cream.
q Wainwright '
S.nd resume to Heritage Villas of Palm MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St., by Post you put your kitchen On a diet and e Go easy on the oil when ,you
34617. Equal Opportunity Employer. MOBILE HOMISi 2 BR, 1 BATH WITH AC 301 N. at Market up"- need only 1 tablespoon of oil for, a
5/26TF COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO We Always try to have the e Cut all visible .fat from meats 'pound of lean beef.
,. EXPERIENCED STYLIST full time or port. DOWNTOWN STARKE 964-7498. before cooking. Make puddings "with skim milk
Freshest Best & Fruits Available
time. Paid vacations and paid holidays. 4/14TF Veg. Remove all skin and 'visible fat instead of whole.
964-2323. 5/26 2tchg 6/2 IN TOWN clean' 2 BR house on shadedlot Home-Grown-No Warehouse, Stock: from poultry before cooking. e Cook scrambled eggs in a non
MATURE. DEPENDABLE PERSON tobabyslt CH4A carpet Prefer quiet work. .' Broil all meat and poultry on a stick skillet with no added butter.
3 and '.3 yr old. Must have' ing adults.. No pets. For appt.:to view Prices are Always Special-. rack to let fat drip away Stir-fry vegetables in broth or
> r.f.r.nc. and reasonable rates. 964 6680 aft. 3 p.m. S235 month I Brown meats in a'' non-stick Lite Cup-a-Soup Instead of ,oil,
", 782-3209.5/26 2tchg 6/2 PINE plus security deposit Firm. S/5TF Expect to have skillet lightly sprayed with a For a.fast Oriental dish use
;>, PEP-O NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for : now taking
applications for 2 and 3 bedroom Silver Queen' Corn cooking spray, Oriental Vegetable Lite Cup-a-
clerk cashier, stock of
person. Apply e Thicken with bit of
foods in Lite Soup. sauce a
,Cook Cup-a-Soup or
apartments starting at $195 and $215.
Pep-O, 620 S. Walnut St., Starke. Zlchg' '
6/2.9 CHSA, fully equipped kitchen cable I in the next few days .wine instead of fat.e : cornstarch.
BLUEBERRY PICKERS WANTED apply at ready. 1530 W. Madison St., 964-6312. Instead of high fat gravies, Make creamy salad dressingswith
Lou-Ann Azalea Blueberry Farm, care Mon-Frl, 9.5 p.m. Equal Housing Op thicken broth or bouillon with low-fat;. yogurt ,;instead of
n._ 24th Av., and Forsyth Rd. portunity. 3/19TF I "s : hank'everyone for the generous cornstarch mayonnaise. .
9647109. Itchg 6/2 SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKE Is now e patronage shown to us' e' De-fat soups by cooking them a e While you cook cut down on the
.1! NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS-Edwards, taking applications for 1 S: 2 bedroom .i c Grocery Hwy. 100 East. Apply In per apartments. $199 and S219 month, Open: 8.30am-6pm: off the fat that rises to the top. along by nibbling on raw vegeta-
H!l' S6n. ',chg 6/2 CHSA; fully equipped kitchen cable Or, put soup in the freezer for a ble slices. Or make yourself a cup
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only SI95. Call ready. 964-7295 or 964-4214. S/26IF I few hours, then remove fat. of Lite Cup-a-Soup. to Sip while
.. t, 1.755.4040. North Flo., Real Estate Col LARGE ROOM in large house. $150. All We were the first, In e Use ,the 'same "defatting" tech you stir. fa
; lege. 7/30TF utilities furnished with kitchen ,this area to grow

KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN: we want you, privilege. 468-2515. 2tchg 6/2.9 Bananas_ .2 9 e I Ib. -Silver Queen Corn.
k If you can handle fast-paced growth, TWO BEDROOM, 1'balh mobile home '
14x70.,on Bayleis Hwy 9644140. Itpd lor 18 years wa have
and fast paced challenges! W. .or.Florida' .
largest franchise,company 6/2 Always a Favorite brought you"the finest
currently with 33 stores with room for in eating pleasure! ,
.60. We do It right-but only with peopl. all utilities Included in rate from ,
'who set the standards high for their $165 month. 533.2260 or inquire Sat & tke
employees and themselves.. If, you Sun at 208 N. Cherry St. Itpd 6/2 .
vp have THREE BEDROOM. 1 bath CHaA. large Aulo
o leadership background w. ; e' Business'
have the training and opportunities. fenced yard close to 16 I 301. $300 1.! ,Se3, me at : '
:""> 'Must be willing to relocate. Apply at month creative terms for selected e Home- e Life'

1593 N. Temple Av.,. Starke, or call long term renters for lit, last and TerwillegarMotors '.'!\IoblleHorne, A e Health
1-744-7380. Itchg 6/2 deposit Children okay: Animals okay
,AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED Call with additional deposit; available July

today for an interview and receive a 15. leave message. for Chris or Tom j SERVING RADt'ORD'COUNTY FOR OVER 50 YEARS
964-6320 let S talk. 2tpd 6/2-9
free gift. Ramona 782-3068 4tpd for nev./ vehicles
& used
'"' 5/12-6/2 FURNISHED UPSTAIRS APT, 4 rooms and- 131 S. WALNUT ST. 9645070 STARKK
LEGAL SECRETARY or experienced both, lights and hot water furnished.No 209 W. Madison St., Starke
:, secretory, computer knowledge pets $200 plus deposit 964-8071 1.

helpful, common sense a must. Nonsmoker Itchg 62FURNiSHEDr'2 r 964-7200
Position ,in Starke. Send BR ,trailer, $240 month { k y
resume and salary requirements by plus deposit, no pets. 964-7047. 2tchg .:- Fddle Starling

J June 6 to: L.gal Secretory ",P.p...r. 6/2.9 ---- ..,. -.. PHYSICAL H R PY'r
Drawer A, Starke. Fl. 32091. 3/26 2tchg "THREE BEDROOM mobile home:furnish. ,
6/2 j i+, ,erf. ail depettt-no, .._.964'1I 16Jtpd- .. ,
6irSTATE ,
SECRETARY: n..d efficient dependable,
'=n p.rson with office skills, computer experience EMPLOYEES: need home close to '
:;.: helpful non-smoker, S.nd your work? We have clean mobile .r!! FOOD STORES BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000rr

:::-:- ', resume to P.O. Box 1176. Stork, Fl. homes available. 468-1323.1018 TF ,
WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BR
l 32091. 3/26 2tchg 6/2 .
a. .. MATURE FASHION-CONSCIOUS townhouse, carpet, CHAA. 4681971.'
S- WOMAN needed for retail store sales Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF Employment Opportunities AvailableFor
Call 964-5772. 6/2 8tchg 7/21 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities HANOI-HOUSE: PORTABLE BUILDINGS
t' .NEED HELP IN ORGANIZING and running, paid. From $37.50 weekly Magnolia Cashiers ft Manager Trainees II
a basketball league during the summer Hotel Walnut St. by Post Off lc.. TF'' NO DOWN PAYMENT Ba.-. !;! :
964-6800 964-8860 alter 5' LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications I .
days or 'Good Selection/ to ChooSe From
for 1 A 2 bedroom Job Advance-
p.m.Ask for Coach SimpsonItchg" 6/2 apartments BENEFITS INCLUDE:
I COOK, DAY HOURS VOA Group Home, CH&A, fully equipped kitchen, 'f 'We also have C&C Mint-Storage Facilities
Donna, 9648747. 2tpd 6/2-9 drapes, 782-3331, New Manager. Equal ment, !?aid Vacation, Medical Leave, I Hwy 301 South 0lJI
i. WANTED: man on SS needing a home, Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF Credit
yard work. no money. 9648392. Itpd FOR RENT 4 BR 2 Bo, CHSA. unfurnish Pension Insurance Available, I 964-8848
f. .. 6/' ed. $300. Call 964-8602 after 6 p.m.,TF Union. .
'WAITRESS NEEDED part-time 'on lake
: Santa Fe between Melrose and Waldo. Applications available from store

Apply In person. Buddys ,Loksf rant. '
! Resort.4682080. Itchg 6/2 ? manager or',office. Retail Advertising Policy :: -'<::J&58

! t ,WANTED! painters helper. Call 961.2051. =J-
: for The
Job References Required. Bradford |
}! Itpd 62STABLE County Telegraph,
I '
;; REAL ESTATE FIRM seeking ex' I Union County Times & Lake Region Monitor:!:
! perlenced licensee to manage full service
. real estate company In Starke.
: will Train to be a
Person selected have full responsibility -
: Let us make your advertising work for you. We will gladly assist you
V't- of hiring and training new ,
", licensees Non-comp.ting manofe- I TRAVEL AGENT \0 |In designing what you like.We will show proof when requested. We

, m.nt, graduated commissions,'referral TOUR GUIDE '.. t'4 will also try to place your ad on the page you desire. however:''we

'yV", network; great opportunity. For can? AIRLINERESERVATIONIST ,cannot guarantee position to everyone. '

fldentlol Interview call coll.ct, If we make an error In fid will thaerror
904-328-2551!, ask for Sharon. 4tchg rrrt your we give credit for the space;
\& 6/2-23 ,rr % occupied not for the entire ad. We will not be held.responsible.

"?_,"'. THE CITY OF STARKE has an opening for' Start Train locally on live lulltlmportym airline .' GARAGE SALE for errors appearing In advertising taken over the phone. ,

,the position of apprentice lineman with study rasldont computers.Horn training let Us assist you In your adverting?, Call 964-6305,473-7210 or
the electric department line crew.
Financial aid available.Job : 496-2261
Position requires graduation from high .
assistance.National ..
<< placement ,
school and must be able to obtain a
t Florida Chauffeurs License. Apply at headquarters,
City of Stark Personnel Dept.. City Pompano leachFl.,
t Hall, Starke,'Fl. Applications will bereceived A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL I
until June 10. 1988. 2tchg MOO4323004Accredited I
6/2.9 Member N.H.S.C. La-Z-Boy:

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Agriculture (Div. of Forestry), Dept. of Law Enforcement, Game and E IE4-5I2I 9S4SI2TMF

Fresh Water Fish Commission Dept. of Business Regulation and REACH 1:01-1:31: Sat. 1:00-1:00:

.t'i other State Agencies. It's A Fact Yu Can D* Ittttr It Dtnmark Furniture'
THE DATE lf '25,000
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INSPECTION: 9:00: am*4.03: p.m.Frk' ay.June 3 '964-6305
In The tc e'' House and located 4-lane Small liveable.
... 9.COam-nGOa.m.: : AUCTION'? } acre on hwy. but
. w' 'TERMS Cash or Cashiers Check.A Cash Depoelt of$300.00liD be required for 'r' TelegraphTimes 496-2261, 2450000. Pay $3.000.00 down assume loaa.: .

each car station wagon von,or Ight duty truck at the time It Is sOld For other f 473-2210 e 1 acre of (and trout stream 4-lane) hwy;:Frontage dandy bldg.
_! equipment a cash deposit of 25X"" of the selling price required. ALL : site.. 1250000. $2500 down.
Personal or Company checks wll be accepted only If a bank letter of credt. M e House 3 bt droorrl 2 acres large Stream In front yard. Lovely

,1 GUARANTEEING amount of check Is provided. Persons with a bonk letter of orMonitor setting 2 storage bldgs.. ready to move Into,5500000. Pay
credit wU not bo required to make cash deposits. However,fuN settlement .,.;., 1 -
niove'ln. .
d $5.000 down and .
MUST be made on Auction Day. 'i'; '
ITEMS TO BE SOLO .. :, ." r S These are a few of over 2.oo6I1sflng's.We have all types of

-1 Crawler Tractors e 2 Motor Graders 7 Wheel Tractors .'\; -=-'_ .\'. .:t'.t.. ) property from $700'per acre and up.We have small tracts.
Ford Tandem Equipment Hauler Crawler Loader Track Press Dump "); '.,');"'T .. 1.-... (' We also have several cabins.houses'','old farms,'etc,,Write or
Trucks e Cars Pickups 15 Pass,Van e Honda 3-Wheelers Boats A Motors .;t. .
Tree Planters e Mowers Buses Much.Much More call today for a free listing brochure.You can call free by
;\: BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH dialing 1-800-438-7421 WrlteorcaHodaV"\! ,: .:Vw-, .
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;' Ruf fin Edwards Jr., Ureher of Miami; a brother Fred Bill Reynolds. HI Mass.,Col. rimmins formerly lived BEFORE WEDDING
Susemiehl of Miami four grandchildren -
Mr. Daniel Ruffin Edwards!: Jr., and four; ; Mr. William Dixon (Bill* Edwards in Keystone Heights from 1946-49.
81, of Tampa, died May 22 In River grandchildren.Graveside great 1UI18, of Keystone Heights, later returning to Keystone in 1967
''J, Heights Nursing Manor following an services were held died Monday, May 30 in BradfordHospital from the Panama Canal Zone. He : : BELLS RING
'eua%; .
extended was a member' of St. William
illness. June 1 in Keystone Heights ,'where be had been taken ,
Born March 8, 1907 in Lawtey, Mr. Cemetery with Dr. fi. Winston by the Rescue Unit after an accident Catholic Church the Air Force '
Edwards!: moved to Tampa one year Butler officiating. in Keystone Heights, In which his Association, the Harvard Club, the v 5j 'i-,11", '
Arrangementsare See S' for
... .
,', from Riverview He was a car fell nun Retired Teachers Association A u t.
ago being handled by Jones Funeral on while he was working / /"
Keystone Golf & Club and 6
retired sales manager for Cater Home of under it.Born Country .J
Tractor Co., and Methodist. Keystone Jan. the Phi Alpha Theta Honorary /,# : "
pillar a 11, 1970, Mr. Reynolds, J t ," : Carlson Craft'INVITATIONS
; Survivors include his daughter, Mrs.Rosetta moved to Keystone in 1983 from Ft. Fraternity.He served in the U.S.Air .. '
Litzinger ) ... .... ,1
Dorothy Rose Edwards! of Colum Lauderdale.He was a member of St. Force from 1941-45 and from 1949-67 1'9' ..'\ : .
,bus, Ohio;, a son, Daniel Ruffin Edwards Mrs. Roeella Cecelia Litzinger,19, William Catholic Church and was a serving in the 20th Air Force on a ft rTr.r 'i'.1 ,,
of '
111 of Monroe, La.; a brother, Keystone, died Monday,May 30 in graduating senior at the Keystone 8-29 In the South Pacific.After retiring ) -
William M. Edwards! of Chicago; a Humana Hospital of Orange Park, Heights High School. from the Air Force in 1967. he q i i Y;: ENCLOSURES
sister,Mary Ella Edwards Wilcox of following a brief illness. Survivors include his parents, taught at Keystone High School from,
Ft. Lauderdale;. and a" 'grand- Mrs.Born May 18, 1909 in Altoona, Pa., William D., Jr. and Deborah J. 1971-78,and at the Orange Park High ki'i [ } NAPKINS
daughter. Litzinger moved to Keystone in Reynolds School from 1977-78. .
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paternal grandparents -
Graveside funeral services 1986 from Hollywood, Fl. She was a rY !) .
I were Mr. and Mrs. William D. Reynolds, \ THANK YOGSRECEPTION
i,j 'held May 24 in Crosby Lake homemaker and a member of St. Sr., of Gainesville; and maternal Survivors include his wife, Carrie r >
,,I Cemetery with Father Phil Gagan William Catholic Church in grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lou Williams 'Timmins; a daughter '
officiating. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone. F. Smith of Ft. Lauderdale. Paula Jane Marcus of btockbndge,: )t l' ITEMS
I Starke handled the, arrangements. :Survivors include three Mass.; two sons, Edward A. Tun- ?
,, :' daughters, Margaret Grove' of Funeral services will be held mins,Jr.of Tucson,Az,and John FTimmins ..;. :; ATTENDANTSGIFTS'
'"(''I Keystone, Sondra Baker of Altoona, Thursday, June 2 at 4 p.m. in St. of Flagler Beach; a sister jof' '
; Mrs.Ruth Barrett'' and Ann Clute of Ft. Lauderdale;.a William Catholic Church with Fr. Marjone. Smolka of Alexander, -

'f'. ;, Mrs. Ruth Freda Barrett, 83. of .son,Robert Litzinger of Deland two Michael Williams officiating. Burial Va.; and a granddaughter Margie Dress &
died brothers, Albert Martin of Pittsburgh will be in Keystone Heights Strider of Stockbndge, Mass JLeilas S 'Gift
Keystone Heights Monday, shop
Christopher Martin
Bradford Cemetery under the direction of .
: May 30 in Hospital foilow- Bradford Square Starke
of Lake, F18 '
Lady grandchildrenand Jones
Home. 31'
ing a lingering illness. Funeral. Funeral mass was held May 964-5051
14 great-grandchildren .
'i.' Born Sept.25, 1904 in Youngstown, with Fr Michael Williams officiating
4 Funeral services will be held
: Ohio, Mrs. Barrett moved to in Lt.Col.Edward Timmins Interment was in Keystone
Our Lady of the Lourdes Catholic 1
Heights Cemetery With
: Military
in 1985 from
Keystone Heights
Church in Altoona, Pa.,, at a later Lt. Col.Edward Aidan rtmmons, Rites at graveside'
Miami. She and
Baptist. was a homemaker a ,date. Interment will be.in Calvary Sr., 72,of Keystone, died May 29 at In lieu of flowers, donations may
Cemetery In Altoona under the his home following an extended il -
Survivors include her husband, be made to the North Central
Mack E. Barrett,. a son, David,C. direction of Jones Funeral Home of lness. 'Flonda Hospice, P.O. Box ,233,
,Keystone Heights. Born July 19, ,191$? in Boston, Keystone Heights, Fla, 32656. INSULATIONSAVE :

1 <' New Influx, of Troops Set. to Arrive ,at Blanding for TrainingComplete e THAT ENERGY ,

A huge Influx of of military men "we nave lu inane sure that their' Although this is not the first tune Night exercises are particularly
and machines is on the way to this training is as realistic as poSSible. that the big artillery guns have fired dramatic Home Commercial Industrial r'r' {f/Ir
area as more than 4,500 troops will and to try to give them the full advantage 'at this training facility this will be Helicopters roar through the dark High R Value Cellulose "t : .it
be flooding into Camp Blanding for of the varying types of terrain one of the largest groups of artillery sky searching out,"targets" for ar Batts '
,t one of the largest exercises of its and geographical features in troops in recent years. UUery emplacements htdden.in the Fibreglass ,l' ,,f ..,l-.
1,1/, Kind, "Af" or Annual 'framing ,a this area. Any military person will The results will be a dramatic forest miles downranee Frame House Exterior ik ,
',!1 massive mobilization that tests the tell you that the realism ot their spectacle of military firepower on New or Old Construction '. ; '
tJ"; readiness of guard units from, allover training is directly related to their the range, which is bordered by Play Installation SAVE ONCOOLING '
i&j& the state and the nation.: ability to fight and survive on the Keystone Heights, Starke and Quality ,
r'l' ', The troops make extensive use of battlefield We also are visited for Kingsley Lake, and who's residents
fY:" ,the sprawling Camp Blanding facility training by many aviation units I have long lived with these "Summer Lotto .I1j:
,,\ ,which has a range of different both Air Force and Navy squadrons,' Guns"* which boom out during day, filii
terrains and geographical features and they will be heard as well, and night exercises alike., '

which make it unique among other l!?, Lottery t I
training sites available to the guardsmen DEAN CASSELS"S
., at ,
; "The units really have the advan-i '
tage of being able to go all out In an Commissary "
el fort to make their training as ac- 225 at US 301:Lawtey VION!
,curate and as realistic as possible,'* KEATING STARKE
commented Major Norman"Butch" 782-3017 -
,Redding, Plans and Operations of-
t ,ficer at the facility. "Here at Camp
Blanding they have 72,000 acres and \l
., miles of firing ranges needed to safely -, Home, Entertainment
test the capabilities of their
I" i weapons and support equipment Modern Facilities:
h" under conditions very similar to a I
'1'1;, real battlefield environment." Concepts
; \ ,.,
fA '' rroops from Flonda, Alabama, Compassionate, Caring Service'
? Texas, Pennsylvania and the Virgin ,
h', Islands are scheduled to visit the site for'' your,Loved"Ones ''Bradford Square 964-6946

near Kingsley Lake within the next "
two weeks '-, an influx that traditionally .Serving All Faiths

has'' a big, and positive FOR ONE MORE WEEKkl I.
';fir; economic Impact on the nearby communities .Monuments, Hospital Equipment & Supplies HELD
of Starke '
I,:, Heights and Middleburg 964-5757
i.i The highlight of the AT each year "

{"1a\ i, 'comes when the Artillery Bngade
"I set up their massive weapons and Archie M.' .
Tanner LFD
'',: begin shattering the silence of this FINANCING
'No Down
i', i.l, usually quiet range with round after Money
',1. round of high explosive shells. AVAILABLE
.?4ickse 7a..ucvj 7 u aceaal r'
\\'f: Residents in the area have long : ,oue
,.; :; grown used to the thundering noises
,', and rumbling in the ground caused U.S: '301South
'; by the on' the Starke .
which can heard HELP US
})" sounds be felt and d .
1M, tor. many miles
'p./ ) "There no need to be concerned 'C
,ti ," if you have just moved into this area
,; and have never heard the sounds
caused by training before"Redding (
I:,\ 'said. Many visiting infantry units CELEBRATE
I'' do at
using our firing range train
night and depending on the atmospheric ft
I, '- conditions, sometimes 'BradfordChiropractic
';"j they can be heard quite clearly by '

l I', residents'in the surrounding com, Center 't3" ouoo+*.,Remote Control Color TV -Y- -
munities. We realize that this may

r create an inconviemence for some, Starke Office, S ,MOOtt.Dual.mode IM> remote control with lath channelEa ,
< but it's part of very important trainIng -'
21.8 S. Walnut St mewed'
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which could be necessary for the .
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