Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04422
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1986
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: UF00027795:04422
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mid-90s, lows in the upper 70s! and partly cloudy conditions and Dairy Month . . . . .38continued
afternoon thundershowers. LE Ey.ful. . . .:. . . .38 GAINESVILLE
Amid the scattered showers falling here, the Louis Hill fire tower 2 Hurt in Wreck. . . . .48 FL 3 2611 -
north of Lawtey has recorded 2.3 inches of rain June 1-10, the New N.w. BrUli. . . . SB A II II7'
River tower on SR-100 west of Starke 1.7 inches and the Santa Fe HS Celebration . . 6B fIIlI -
tower On US-301S .81 inches Area Deaths. . . 7,138 The Sweetest Strawberries I This Side I of Heaven

June rainfall averages 7.07 inches. Rainfall so far in 1986 is Clauilied . . 10-128 107th Year STAHKK. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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several inches below normal. Top 100 Dealer .138 47th Issue Thursday,June 12, 1886 USPS 062-700

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". 'Uktk riding Nothing: Like Freedom, BDS Grads Told

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There is no place like the United the some 2,000 parents and friends of asked the graduates and crowd. pointed out, giving Americans the country and to support the govern
States of America, Commander the 1986 graduates. Had everybodyhad freedom to be whatever they can ment.
Effort. Charles W. Moore told the 200 been seated, the stands would Set Goals Go for Them.. achieve. "If you cherish freedom and life in
Lawtey graduating seniors of Bradford High have been filled to capacity. Both Commander Moore and But the threat of Communism is the United States of America as .
A garage sale and car wash and last Friday night, June 6. After eight months at sea stationed Valedictorian Terese Richardson there, Commander Moore stated, much as I do, 'you will consider it a t :'

wax is set Saturday, June 14, from Why? on an aircraft carrier, Com- urged the 1986 seniors, described as adding this was not a pitch to wear a responsibility, Commander Moore ':A
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lawtey Elemen- Freedom. "I mean free. Totally mander Moore unashamedly admitshe individualistic and fun loving, to set uniform. You don't have to wear a told the graduates ,

tary to raise funds to support the free. American free," said Com cries when the carrier first sights goals and strive to achieve them, uniform to make a statement in the In America there is freedom of ,",

Lawtey Little League. mander Moore who led Fighter the shores of the U.S. and never give up. U.S., Moore said. He urged the without fear of retribution, /v'
The garage sale will be held In- Strike Squadron 131 in the raid on "Do you realize what a thrill it is "Set goals, regardless of how seniors to be the best citizens possi- speech Commander Moore pointed out. ,
doors in the air-conditioned the missle sites in the recent attackon to me just to get in my car and drive high," urged Commander Moore. ble... to be law abiding, participatein American citizens travel freely ,
cafterium, says LE Principal Bud- Libya. Commander Moore down to McDonalds for a Big Mac Our freedom today was bought and elections and vote, to be loyal to across state lines. ,4...'
dy Paterson. received a tremendous ovation from and a Coke?" Commander Moore paid for by our predecessors, Moore America, urged them to invest in the ..

Unique, Valuable... ;
Cheerleading Clinic... '
"You are unique and valuable," .
The annual summer Cheerleadingclinic valedictorian Terese Richardsontold i
sponsored by the Bradford the graduates in giving the *
High cheerleaders! is set June 15-20 farewell address )1'

from 11 a.m. until noon in the BUS "
gym. "Everyone has positive W

All girls from grades K-12 are In- qualities, said Miss Richardson, '*750).I)
vited to attend. not necessarily in athletics or *.
Spirit sticks and ribbons will be academics. "I believe this class has

awarded daily. Cheers, chants, and talent" said Miss Richardson.

stunts will be taught. Cost of $10 for
Develop confidence, urged Miss
the week. For more information, Richardson, the daughter of Mr. and 't)d j
phone 964-7824. Mrs. Al Richardson of Santa Fe A-=

Lake. "Confidence enables you to <*.

Free Blood Check... dream, set goals, and accomplish i 1 IM.
':' ?
.. them, said the valedictorian, adding ;" ;
A free blood pressure check will that each could believe in suc-
be given the first Tuesday of every cess through Christ. ,I

month from 1-4 p.m. in the libraryat itL \ ? At
Bradford Hospital. A registerednurse "Work hard. Don't ever give up, a
will issue blood pressure Miss Richardson urged her ''

cards, record readings and check classmates i{,

your pulse.KLPOA. i\C ,
Parents Praised...

to Meet... parents Salutatorian of the Class Rusty of Nail 1986 told is here the

The continuing program of stock- )r4'I I : i ; dedication"...you are and here devotion because toward of your our ;

ing Kingsley Lake with Sunshine education." ..
Bass will be discussed by Game e .
? The Starke Branch of Santa I
Warden Krumrich of the talMn
Jerry ensured
Community College. .has |
Florida Game and Fish Commis-
salutatorian Nail;
our future said ,
sion in address to the membersof
an Russell Nail;
the son of Mr. and Mrs. i
the Kingsley Lake Property of Lawtey. '
Owners Association (KLPOA) this 4r

Saturday night, June 14. Bradford's Finest... ,
Social hour, 6-7 Krumrich e
p.m. Longest Walk.. Class President Traci Clark said I
will speak at 7 p.m. r
i the Class of 1986 is a ". of
and specimen I IBradford's
:'Y- Anxious of what's ahead proud "

Tennis Tournament... 9 .T *1 of what they've accomplished as She pointed finest.out the deeds of themembers' i
they took their last walk at Brad- k
'" qa. w w of.the class, including that.
lord .. these 1986 seniors
for the Lipton Tea
Applications I jir 19 members of the 12-1 Tornado foot
described Individualistic and fun
Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournamentare as
::. ball team that finished second in the
loving by Class Sponsor Robin
now being accepted. They may state Class 3A playoffs.
be picked up or turned in at the Old McNelley, march to their feats at "I'm very proud to have
Armory (Starke Recreation the June 6 commencement. represented this class," Miss Clark
>). Deadline for Seniors in the photo are Marla
Department L tk\ told her fellow students.
registration is June 20. Reddish Stacy Reddish Tammy Miss Clark individually thanked
Khoden, and George Ricks. class Robin
three-year sponsor
The nervous graduates failed to
; instructor Jerry
> McNelley science
distance between
Upcoming.The ... maintain an even McGriff, and "...our more than sup
'rY them. "That was a long walk, too. "
: Disabled American It was scary" said one senior portive parents.
Miss Clark urged her classmatesto
Veterans are set to meet today The crowd of some 2,000Ilstened
for and success,
(Thursday, June 12) in the Pratt quietly as Commander Charles W. grasp perfection of
it is time for the members
Street Recreation Center for a 7 Moore, who led the attack on the noting
r : the Class of 1986 to move forward to
p.m. covered dish dinner and a 7:30: 91r missile sites In Libya, described his
of adulthood.
i:1i the
p.m. meeting.The experience, and challenged the beginning
"The should not are
regular monthly meeting of The Diploma Mill... seniors to be responsible citizens: f ready question for the world, but is the
the Bradford School Board is set at and to do their part to maintain we
." Betty Woodard, last in line of the 1986 graduating class, gets her world ready for us," said Miss
7 Monday, June 16, in the Administration American freedom.
p.m. Building on N. TempleAve. diploma from Supt. Jim Duncan who flipped the tassels. From left: ,* Clark.
a Duncan Class Robin called the Com-
Supt. Sponsor McNelley names. '
and Street in
Washington Jr.
w.' Starke. mander Charles Moore shook the hand of each graduate, and Principal Cdr. Charles Moore, (See Graduation..p.sA
'J.<< AI Rother handed out medallions. Speaks to Graduates
-The third Tuesday regular
Jt: meeting of the City Commission of

:;;.... Starke is set at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday,
&i 'to: June 17, in city hall on Thompson Deal I
.'..q{i 1 Street. County School Board OK Voting Suit Settlement

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:;;. Senior Citizens... It's set.Amid Walker, Carolyn Brown Spooner, Mrs. uuuer I'lan 1, motile I, the, so-called
jokes and good natured gripes Tues Maurice White, and Jimmy Scott, all officialsin "black" district, of the school board is open
,,; On-going weekly classes in day night, June 10, Bradford county commis- the Bradford Chapter of the NAACP had because of the death of Mrs. Patricia
macrame/needlework and Bible sioners approved a voting rights suit settle- previously said they would accept only Plan I. Spengler and is up to be filled. School board
'il:; study are offered at the Senior ment proposed last week by the school board. member Len Schlofman appointed in place of
'f Center. "We can appreciate the cooperation of the the suspended J.R. (Jim) Lawson must run ,
,,I; An AARP Chapter is being form- The school board approved the deal last school board and county commissioners," for a two year term in District 3. School board '
ed here. week, contingent on the county commission Mrs. Elizabeth Walker. members Judy Becker District 2, and Chair-
. There are free blood pressure agreeing to have the Sept. 2 election under 1. man J.T. Parrish, District 5. are up for re

t readings every fourth Tuesday, single member voting districts. Commis- The Election... election.A .
sioners had previously approved Plan I, the also for election .
courtesy of Upjohn. election long list of state post are up ;
For the 2 qualifying -
upcoming Sept.
school board approved it June 2 with its proviso I U.S.
The Center Monday in 1986. including governor
open at noon July 14 and closes at noon
deal opens
. and the commissioners bought r and
District 2.
Friday 8:30 to 4 U.S. Congressional
ti( through : a.m. p.m., July 18.County. senator
June 10 after making certain that District One
H. and is located behind the new courthouse commissioners E.L. (Nook) Nor state cabinet officers.
the of Grand and commissioner Lawrence Mosley can com- 9 second will be Sept. 30. The
J on corner The primary
: District 2 and E.W. Hodges, District 4.
man, ,
Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy plete the final two years of his term. general election is Nov 4.
"black"district are up for re-election.
Barnett, center director, phone District One is the so-called
964-4545, for more information.PreRetirement with a 5.27 black voter majority.The r

move probably sets a Sept. 2 election G
: using single member voting districts for both

Learn By Mail... the school board and county commission. It
will take a federal court order change from
Retirement years can be a great at-large voting to single member districts

phase of life. It affords the oppor- under the voting rights suits, Supervisor of y / 1- ___
tunity to do all of those things you Elections Neva Flynn told commissioners %d'
never had time to do while work- Tuesday night. 4 k f

ing.Planning Once she gets the order, Mrs. Flynn will -- -
for retirement, have to locate the residence of each county New Precincts.:.

however, is a major consideration.It voter, have the location put in a computer, Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn,bottom
can make the difference between and, finally, mail the location to the voter. and Carol Milner
right, Deputy Supervisor ex
enjoying those leisure years or commis-
"I'm pushing, Mrs. Flynn
struggling through them.It plain the proposed new voting precincts to
sioners. School Board Members Len Schlofman and
is never too early to begin mailed the
County attorney Reggie Flynn
Becker their shoulder
Judy looking over
planning, especially if you are look- completed single member voting district planto &
ing at retirement in five or 10 attorney Bill Cooper in Jacksonville. tr nr

years. The Extension Service is offering Cooper represented the School Board before Supt Jim Duncan, present at the commission .. / "w ;
a six part LearnByMailseries Melton in the May 6 pre-trial meeting Tuesday, said the settlement
to assist in preparing for conference, and told the judge every attempt proposal should be mailed to attorney Cooper / c
retirement. Information will be would be made to work out a settlement, and la Jacksonville. County attorney Reggie
sent to your home for your conve- that the school board would not contest the Flynn got the packet in the mail Wednesday
nience.If charges of discrimination of voting rights for shortly after lunch, heeding Mrs. Flynn's admonition '
interested, contact the Exten- blacks. The blacks, through a suit filed by attorney Tuesday night to "Let's not let I'I
sion Office, phone 964-6280, Ext. David Lipman of Miami, charge that a paperwork hold us up." School board attorney

284. black person cannot be elected to a county Terry Brown said Wednesday, June 11, __
post under the current at-large voting plan. he already has a settlement proposal that is
Square Dance... After the commission huddled with Bill signed by attorney Lipman which contains
Alderman over the legal descriptions of the Plan II. Brown says he is going to request thai r, ,)
Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley new districts, talked with attorney Flynn, Lipman authorize him by phone or letter, to -. *
Lake Civic C nter. Plus level. Commissioner Mosley asked"Wcll, Mrs. substitute Plan 1 for Plan II, and forward the Member District Plan.: ,
Dance, first Saturday of each Flynn, what do you think?" settlement proposal to Judge Melton Local Commissioners Huddle Over Single

r month, same place. 7 p.m. "I think, if you're going to go with it, go now officials hope that Judge Susan Black, the single! l mcniluT t ot i ing diMIt'h.t i Iwiiml.irU'H I I.*serious l.iisii.-s Co county -
workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream if you want that election in September." judge to whom the county voting rights suit is Kxnrllv uiom'r""r-r behind. podium nmll'lliall K.I.: Nook) Nor nun. MiU- Oirlrr Jr..

dance.If The county board approved the settlement before, and Judge I lowell Melton, the judge in K com:. "ternTjiwrrnrV Mosley (IlIt'IIIt..n, IllId Wilbur Waters. l-Mil.iiiiinllwlHnimlttrlr: (
W .
interested in square dance proposal 5-0 on a motion by Commissioner the school board case, will sign the orders mniiHMl n lessons please call 964-7955. for Maxie Carter, seconded by Commissioner quickly.The f "'IYIIIII'Hkll on n left.
more information.( E.W. Hodges. four local plaintiffs, Mrs. Kli/.iilx-lh (

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I'gl t 1 'i'h:1.FG1t,1rll: June 12, I9HB .

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I :t:5iii--- :___. I 1 Dist. President Visits. B-U> Board

Claude Sams, District I President County and St. Augustine will have a luncheon meeting at the Bradford
visited the Bradford-Union Board of Fun Day August 22-24 at Amelia Family Restaurant.
Healtors June 10 at the general mon- Island Plantation.The .
thly meeting of the Board at Brad Bradford Executive Board Following the meeting, president
ford Family Restaurant In Starke, meets the first Monday each month Cecella Terwillegar presented
Cecelia Terwillegar, president of the with a "Brown Bag Lunch" at 12 Claude Sams with a flat of strawberries '
Board reported recently.A noon at the Chamber of Commerce.The so that he could taste "the
round-table discussion was held general meeting is held the sec sweetest things this side of Heaven"
s concerning the ways President pfMi'", TiiMHnv ,, e ar'h month with A from Starke, Florida.

Sams could help the Board. There
are 21 Realtors and 40 Realtor
Associates in the BradfordUnionBoard S & W Discount Parts

and they are also members of
the Florida Association of Realtors
Domestic & Foreign Parts
and the National Association of

Realtors. (Name Brands)
Vernie Odom, G.R.I., presented
Susan Faulkner with her graduate
realtor diploma and pin. 40 Month
Cecelia Terwillegar, Vernle $2 9991.

Odom, Richard Welty, attorney for BATTERY . . . . . each
the Board, Lavern Outlaw, Susan
Faulkner and David Dodge will at-
tend the Midyear F.A.R. Meeting
Pholo by Murk hl.dlln1'he June 19, 20 and 21 at the Hyatt Hotelin U.S. 301 North Starke 9644126Father's
.Bradford Board of Realtors Meet... Tampa..
District I, which consists of
Kradford County Board of Realtors met at Bradpr. II-U Board of HeullorK; Lavern Outlaw v. pres. Bradford-Union
I B-l) Board of Realtors Vernie Otlom Treasurer NotI Clay County,
Ins II l I'iimih Itrslaraunt Tuesday; ;
I I- ruin left to right: : Iti..hilrd'pll)', Hoard attorney; pictured: Suzanne Kitchens we friary. B-U Keallors. Jacksonville Flagler County, Jacksonville, Gainesville Beach,, Day is June 15th

I laude Sams. District I Arcs; ('('('1'11.1 Terwillegar, Lake City, Nassau County, Putnam PURPLE GATOR WESTERN WEAR

wants to help you make this Father's Day the

I Council Balks at $25 Per Hour Repair Bill ; I I BEST ever for YOUR DAD!

--- 20% Off Sale
,I" te> comniixsipners are balk- school. for nIp >it paying a $103::: bill submitted by L' a time earned by working on nett recommended to the council the agreement. I Lee Levi Dee Cee
dporge Prevail f"r repairing a holidays. The council, led by Harris, that parking be restricted, but no Finance Committee ChairpersonLaura /. t\I ,
water! line at a motel owned by agreed to compensate police officersfor formal action was taken. Harris responded by saying ( aWrangler I Miller, H Bare
Police (Chief M.M. Jordan, and Commissioner working holidays by giving them Water Department Chairman that the finances of the city are in fJ; r
Laura Harris says she time off, at the convenience of the of- Willie Strong reported no current satisfactory condition, and all ; Sale Ends June 14thCome
might apply for the job if it pays $25 ficer, beginning this date. problems, but said permits have obligations are paid up to date. The ,
pea hour Mayor Scott advised the council been received to lay water lines council had reviewed current in- .JI
When Chief Jordan asked the city that Chief Jordan will be going on a under SR-225 and run lines parallelto voices earlier. Bennett's motion,
finim-il why the $100 invoice submitted two-week vacation this month, and the road. Work will begin this seconded by Harris, to pay current
h\ Prevail for repairs to a that the county (Sheriff's office) had week. bills as submitted, passed In Today, You'll Be Glad You Did.
broken water line had not been paid agreed to answer calls during the Scott asked if the city will continue unanimously.
Commissioner Willie Strong period. Lt. Tillotson will continue to to honor an agreement made some Sanitation Chairman Emmett Visa & Master Charge Always Welcome

responded; by saying "I'll tell you work regular hours during the time, eight years ago, in which the city Bright reported no problems in his J
Ah> The water line serves your unless an emergency situation agreed to install meters gratis in exchange department, and there was no PURPLE GATOR WESTERN WEARHwy
moli'l.! and you wanted the repairs arises, in which case he will do for signatures required to discussion.Fire .
made so quickly that you sent whatever is required, and be com- meet financing requirements. Mrs. Chief Bill Crouse reported the 301 South Starke
Prevail to make the repairs, rather pensated accordingly. King, whose pump has quit working, fire department made a number of 1 Mile South of Town, Next to Gator II Farm Supply
than wailing for the city repair crew has called upon the city to install a routine calls during the month of Monday-Saturday t 9 a.m. to 6
in> do the job. Prevatt worked only Little Things.., meter, per its agreement. All May, including one to a crashed .:.. p.m.
about tour hours, and the job was not A resident, Alease Williams, requested members agreed, without a formal plane at Florida State Prison. There
worth) $100." the city repair a hole in a motion, that the city would honor the were several brush fires during the
(rommissioner Laura Harris culvert near her residence, since the agreement, and install the meter. month, one house fire and one
stated the work was probably worth city water department had caused Mrs. King is the final person to mobile home fire.
ahiut $20. since Prevatt arrived at the damage to the culvert, while lay- i WEEDEATER@If
the scene of the broken line without ing water lines. CommissionerBuster XO D U7
ooK\ or equipment to make repairs.B Bennett, chairman of the
> that time, city repair crew Streets Committee, stated that the
members arrived, and repairs were city had installed the culvert many it doesn't say Weed Eater; it's just another trimmer.Father's
m.iilf.] owned
utilizing city equipment -
years ago, a policy no longerin
Harris inquired of Jordan if he effect, and the only thing the council -
regularly paid Prevatt $25 per hour could offer would be to install a ? Day Discount!
tor w orking, and, if so, she would ap- new culvert if it were furnished by CUSTOM '"
ph tor a job. Chief Jordan said he the resident. Williams said the
would advise Prevatt to meet with Masonic Lodge had offered her a )
y Just $8888
the council and speak for himself. pt :
culvert that had been taken up. Ben- / / / Draperies Vertical Blinds BOX
nett agreed to install it, providing it
Lan tey Holidays...? is in satisfactory condition. Balloon Shades Mini Blinds Fora Gas-Powered Trimmer/
Lt William Tillotson asked the I'
council to name the holidays Visitor Harridelle Bright requested Just what dad wants!
recognized by the city. City Clerk AI eight signs to be erected in Roman Shades Bedspreads
Anderson named the following: New residential areas, to warn of Dad can throw away Powerful
Years" Day, Memorial Day July children crossing the street, and the cumbersome old 2-cycle engineelectric
Fourth Thanksgiving and two daystor boarding school busses. Jordan ad- cord and do outperforms electric motors.
Christmas, for a total of six vised the council that the county WALLPAPER GALORE the yard work much Precise balance makes it easy to use.

holidays would furnish the signs and put them easier with a quality Quick starting solid state ignition.
l.t Tillotson said that he had now up. Bennett agreed to contact the i
I powered assist handle.
gas Adjustable
completed three years of employment county in reference to getting the I
with the city, and had worked signs. trimmer.i Automatic line feed.

holidays without receiving compensator Harris requested that a purchase- Coordinate your home or office. It costs about Large 15? cutting swath
;) time or extra pay. He requested order system be implemented and the same as \
retroactive payment, and followed. Bennett agreed to comply \111 QUALITY CAN COST LESS! i a
the establishment of a city personnel with the request. \1 comparable$8| 88.
polu-v to provide compensation in Bennett called attention to the ,I Building, remodeling or decorating PlNTHE BOX
the future. Commissioner Willie parking problem adjacent to the but has all ($94 88 Assembled) 'Cash Price
Strong( recommended the city pay school on Adams street, since park I nolo <50 of these deluxe
Tillotson for the three years, a total ing is no longer allowed on US-301. I
oi ix days, but was unable to get He pointed out that the constructionof 0" Of' user features: Available at:
agreemenl trom any other commissioner 29 apartments by Grosse-Griffis Interior Decorating Made Easy Fla Pest Control
Construction Co. would soon be com J 539 E. Call St.
Mayor Robert Scott stated that the pleted, and traffic would increase on For Shop ai Home Convenience STARKE
iithad sent Tillotson to a 10 day Adams street.The apartments are Call' Donno Gruen 964-7714 Starke 964-5743

> al 'n' i )D gallon apoomlmentI Dlatrltautad by Thlgpan Distributor.,Inc,BOM lee anon OA 317B4.Call(p'2)302-1300.
Th'n Allhough ov.." d.alar h..b.an....,ou.y, nollll.d ol this o".',eon,.'Individual du''."may
H I RCT3/U not participate, II on.you Mast, dose not,s..noth.rll..d or call((912)>382-130.for
I n.......ou...ot oll.r.W.guaranta.adequate Block at adv.rtla, .'1...
Library Program Begins

I lev Kids! 10-10:30: a.m.
.Join your friends for a summer of The library encourages parents of
lun Jt the Bradford County Library children 5 years old and younger to
all 1115) E Jackson at Walnut Street in accompany their children to programs
Starke. across the street from the says Librarian Arnold
First United Methodist Church. Weeks.

This year's program, "Read June 19, Thursday: First Program A
Around the World, will begin at 10d all ages. Puppet show: "The / 1 q, fe
m Thursday June 19, with a puppet Silly Song Show." e wq w C.
show "The Silly Song Show." June 24, Tuesday: Preschool-5. a S a .%
Children 3-12 years of age and Story..Make Summer Fun Sacks. 0
parents are invited to attend. June 26, Thursday: Ages 6-12, eI 'a4,
Programs for children 3-5 years of "China," demonstration of "wok" e ,
age are each Tuesday at 10 a.m. cooking, chop sticks, and fortune e
Programs for children age 6-12 are cookies.
invited to attend the Thursday programs July 1, Tuesday: Preschool-5, j4JS
at 10 a.m. "China" demonstrations and game
For more information phone the "Chase the Dragon's Tail.! "

library at 9646400. July 3, Thursday: Ages 6-12, 5.-- J -
"Japan," making of wind socks. +r
The library's summer reading July 8, Tuesday: Preschool-5, $
program schedule is as follows: "Irish Day," Folk tales and the
making of Leprechaun ladders. : . 1
Preschool to 5 years of age: July 10, Thursday: For all ages, : ,
Tuesdays 10-10:30: a.m. "Tom Sawyer Day," The 4th annual _
Ages 6-12 years, Thursdays frog jump awards, refreshments.sors .

S e S I S I S 1
I Chris Campbell Due Home June 12 e s
Snack Plus 3 PC. Dinner 9 PC. Family Meal I 15 PC. Bucket
Chris Campbell, Starke's 5-year- Mrs. Aiken and Mrs. Maybelle 1
old E.B. victim, is scheduled to Whitehead.So $2.95 $8.39
return home today (Thursday), far, through varied community $1.49 e e $8.49Get

from the Kozak Clinic in Spain, eight fund-raising events and individual Get 3 pieces ot? the Colonel s Original Gel 9 pieces ol tie Colonel s Original
pounds heavier than when he left contributions, a total of $38,000 has Get s Extra Crispy Chicken, a Extra 15 pieces ol the Colonel's Original
? pieces or me Colonel s Original s Recipe or Recipe or Crispy Chicken e
Starke April 1, and free of skin been raised for Chris's treatment Recipe11'* or Extra Crispy" Chicken lor
i mashed potatoes and gravy cole slaw mashed potatoes i
and infections. from the rare skin disorder from Recipe or Extra Crispy1" Chicken ; large large gravy i
$8 49
blisters with
which he has suffered since birth. e 1 and t biscuit lor only $? 95 with this large salad and 4 Buttermilk Biscuits / only (his coupon Coupon
mashed and
Mrs. Pauline Aiken of Crystal potatoes gravy a lor combination
good only white/dark
I coupon Coupon good only lor combination / for only $8 39 with this coupon
Lake, who heads up the fund drive and 1 biscuit lor only si.41' with this and
e a white/dark orders and may nol be / Coupon good only combination s orders may not be used with any :
that paid for Chris s treatment coupon Coupon good only for combination i other special otters Limit
bullosa, said that THE IRMf ORO used with any other special otters, Limit while/dark orders and may not be one per
Chris epidermolysis will remain at his home here COUNTY TE1E8RJ.PH / white/dark orders and may not be 4 per coupon Customer pays all used with. any other special' s coupon Customer pays all applicable
for two months, and then return to i used with any other special otters Limit' i applicable sales tax s oilers limit one per coupon sales taxOFFEH e
Spain for a two-week examinationand Published every Thursdayat 4 per coupon Customer pays all OFFER EXPIRES 7111186 i Customer pays all applic I EXPIRES 7/I 1/86
re-evaluation of his condition. 135 W. Call Street applicable sales tax I able sales tax I II
that he is expected to return Starke Florida :32091
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special diet and medication for two Second Starke Class postage FloridaSubscription paid .at i (This offer good only it store I (Thil otter good only at atoll i (Trill otter good only It I store (This otter good only it /tans ,

years, Mrs. Aiken said. locations listed below) I locations listed below) locations lined below) I locations listed below)
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Jack Eckdahl is New Director of Starke Chamber of Commerce

F Jack Leo'Eckdahl\ has been hiredas ton. He later worked with children in business in Gainesville!, \"Contem Jeremy, 13, will be in the eighth: number ol projects completed. (luring
executive director of the Starke- Community Services. porary Concepts in grade. Both boys attend Keystone his tenure.
Bradford Chamber of Commerce by Eckdahl moved to Gainesville alan lnvcsting"which dealt in sales! of Heights High School. There is no conflict with my Jiving -
executive board, to replace the early age,with his parents. I Icat condominiums and apartments\ He When asked why he! accepted the in Clay County and working forth
departing Mike Cooncy. tended Gainesville elementary slated that the lowering of interest job in Starke, Eckdahl replied that (! Chamber; of Commerce in
Eckdahl, 3B, will be rememberedby schools, and graduated from rates had caused an excessive the making of money was not the Starke. I bought my truck in Starke,
Gator fans as quarterback for the Gainesville High School in 1966. In number of units to be built, and most important thing in his hie. lie and we patronize the stores here. I
University of Florida football team IB he married his high school business slowed. lie has since closed had offers of employment in like the town and the people." Askedif
for the years 19G7-68-69. Currently, sweetheart, Carol Edwards the the operation. His wile, Carol, con Jacksonville and other distant com- this position I is to be a steppingstonc -
Eckdahl, who lives in Keystone daughter of Hugh Edwards of tinues to work in Gainesville lor a munities, but he and his family are to a political office, Eckdahl
Heights, is a member of the school Gainesville. Jack's parents Jack P. related firm, Contemporary not interested!! in relocating. He was said there are no plans at this lime to
board of Clay County and has been and Leona Eckdahl, are both Management, in which she is vice- looking for employment that would seek any office other than the one he
operating a real estate investmentfirm University of Florida employees.. president and general property allow him to have week-ends free, to now holds.
in Gainesville.He Jack P. Eckdahl is an associate professor manager. The company currently be with his family.
received his bacculaurale in the College of Physical manages some 1,400 apartments for Finally, Eckdahl was looking for a Echdahl said there are no plans Vt
degree in 1970, majoring in educa Education and Inter-mural Depart owners and investors position that provided both an oppor- make immediate changes in the
tion. He did not go into teaching, ment. He will retire in August, 1986. The Eckdahls have lived in the tunity and a challenge. lie believes operation of the Chamber, but would
because he did not want to coach Leona Eckdahl was employed in the Mclrose-Keystonc Heights area for the director's position fills the requirement continue Cooney's mode of opera-
athletics, which would have been expected Athletic Department, and is now the past 12 years, moving into their with three areas of con- tion.
of him, in view of his football retired. They live in Bradford Coun- current home near Melrose seven cern, The Bradford County Fair,
1 background.First ty, on Lake Santa Fe, near Melrose years ago. Although their home is in The Bradford County Development His hobbies are bass fishing, runn-
employment was with a state Jack Eckdahl received his Clay County, it is only a stones- Authority, and Chamber of Commerce ing reading and golfing, but not
agency, Department of Health and Masters Degree in Criminal Justice throw from the Bradford County duties. necessarily in that order.
Rehabilitative Services, as a from Rollins College in 1976, but has line, on the East side of SK-2I. They Eckdahl also stated that, as a Cooney is resigning to become the
Jack Krkdahl: counselor at the Lancaster Institu- never worked in that field. For the have two sons; Lance, 16, will he a member of the Clay County School assistant director of development in
New C of C Director tion for Delinquent Children in Tren past three years he has operated a junior next school term, and Board, he is interested in seeing a Volusla County.

'$168,000 in Grants To Aid 4-5 Grades, Establish Reading Program at Bradford Middle School .

: Two grants tolalings $168,000 will (PREP), now part of K-3 instruc- extra help from outside.A the first time we've ever tapped into win Decome a part ol the regular Duncan said. Burney Winkler,director -
j provide additional individualized Instruction tion, to grades 4 and 5. PREP provides $63,000 grant goes to establish a these grants awarded on a com- state education funding for the mid- of curriculum, wrote the application
' in grades 4-5 and establish diagostic efforts in problem comprehensive reading program at petitive basis," says Supt. Duncan. dle grades. for the$108,000 grant for grades
}1 a reading program at the middle areas, takes a closer look at Bradford Middle School. Reading The new programs won't be a cure- Administrators will study over the 4 and 5, assisted by Supt. Duncan
school, Supt.! Jim Duncan revealed students, tries to work on specific has been included in English classesat all, but will give local schools a shot summer how to implement the and members of the administrative
Tuesday, June 10. areas in which a child might need BMS, but it has been felt that in the arm from outside sources not grants. Instructors will be employedon staff. Evelyn Maycumber, reading
A $108,000 grant will extend the help, and includes enrichment of reading should be taught as a affordable through regular an annual basis for next fall specialist, was the primary wriler of
Primary Education Program superior students. PREP provides a separate class. operating funds, he added. Official word of the grant awardswas the reading program grant for BMS,
lover pu, il-teacher ratio and allows "I'm excited about it because it's Supt Duncan hopes sti \I. !I''"> received Monday, June 9, Supt. Supt. Duncan says.County .

I Bradford County-0/-----Receives $9,000 from Federal Emergency'- ., Management C7 Act to Help.a Needy., I

Bradford been Salvation Army. pand the capacity of food shelter, Application has been made by a is anticipated that local funds will be will be distributed. Needy in-
has chosento
receive County in federal funds The funds have not yet been and utility programs in high need local board of citizens to receive distributed among needy individuals dividuals jor families will quality fora
from the $9,000 Federal allocated, Mrs. Powell says. The areas around the country. The funds these funds through the Salvation says Mrs. Powell, the maximum of one month's food,one
Emergency funds must be spent by Sept. 1 to be will be used to help families in time Army, which initiated the grant ap- district intake counselor for the month's shelter payment and one
Management Act (FEMA) to
food, shelter and sup- eligible for a grant next year, she of emergency, such as when it is 100 plication through Mrs. Powell who Department of Health and month's utility bill, including recon-
energy says. degrees and an elderly person can- organized the local citizenlry board. Rehabilitative Services here. nect fee. Shelter payment and utility
programs in the area, according to The funds come from $70 million not afford to run an airconditionerand Because Bradford County has no The local board will determinehow bills must actually be overdue with
Jan Powell, of boardof
local citizens under a the appropriated by Congress to help ex- still pay the utilities. mass feeding or shelter facilities it the funds awarded to Bradford verifying notices.

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I Brief But Stirring Memorial Day Service Held Here in Starke To Honor VeteransA 1-i: -1
brief,but stirring Memorial Day mander Brown introduced Albert The speech was well presentedand filling that we pause to pay tribute to "
ceremony was held Friday Morning, Lee Crosby, a veteran of the reminded the listeners of the the 1.25 million Americans who have Hotel
May 30 at the site of the Veterans Japanese attack on Pear Harbor on terrible price Americans have paid made the supreme sacrifice" in service i Magnolia
Memorial on South Walnut Street. Dec. 7, 1941, as the speaker for the for liberty and freedom. A brief look of their country.
of at life in the American colonies was "We do not glorify war, but thereis J
Jim Duncan, superintendent occasion. Downtown Starke across from Post Office
Bradford County schools, closed the Crosby prefaced his remarks witha presented, followed by a quotationby glory in the souls of those who 3
program attended by some 100 per- story about the man who could General George Washington: "If cherish freedom so deeply that they !
sons, with a vocal rendition of "God identify any drink, and successfully we desire to avoid insult,we must be bravely faced the fear of combat. ii
Bless America," accompanied by passed several tests, until presented able to repel it. If we desire to secure It's there in the way they valued our Rooms for Rent
the Bradford High School Band, with water from Alligator Creek. peace, it must be known that we are democratic institutions so highly
under the direction of Director Bud- After tasting it, he admitted his at all times ready for war." The axiom that they willingly risked death or f !
dy Ball. failure, and said "although I can't is no less true today, said permanent' disability on the bat- I Nightly Weekly Monthly :
The invocation was given by Herb identify it, I'll tell you one !thing, Crosby. tlefield.
Stuckey, minister of music for the there will never be a great demandfor "It is time for Americans to take afresh "Freedom 'is not free. We must q Nightly IS0 From f35 iJ
First Baptist Church of Starke. The it." Crosby compared his speech look at the price that has been work at it. Patriotism is not dead .7' : :eeJ
welcoming address was given by making to Alligator Creek water; paid for the liberty we enjoy, but so and this is shown by our presence
often taken for granted," Crosby here today. If America is to say free,
Robert Brown, commander, demand for an encore will be ";
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American Legion Post no. 56. Com- limited. RtAtplf and went on to say "It Is only we must give" of our time as well as === :
our taxes.

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changing names, maybe

you should change banks.Has .

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are bought by big banks, and big banks are bought up you the best banking products and services. Decisionsby

the Mega-Banks, the only thing that seems to stay the that affect you are made by people who live in your

same is the location. community, not in Jacksonville, Miami, Atlanta or

The big banks think that bigger is better, and they North Carolina.

think that you should feel the same way. What does be- Is their service better? No, Farmers & Dealers Bank

ing bigger do for you? Not much. delivers the personal, friendly service, and attentionAre

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rage4A TELEGRAPH June... 1888

Middleburg/Turned\ Down Railroad in 1850s and Starke Got Lucky BreakAfter j

130 years of near ''no-growth", the In those days the area that is now Brad- Black Creek and the St. Johns River to 1
ancient and once-thriving town of Mid ford and Union Counties was still included Jacksonville (then called Cow Ford).
dleburg is now "on a boom that is already in Alachua County, farmers who grew
out-stripping the previous prosperity it cotton--the main cash money crop-had to Webb's directory of Florida, publishedin 1i
once enjoyed as a shipping center before haul the heavy bales 20 miles by ox or 1885, states that Middleburg was settled
about 1835, just before the outbreak of the i
mule-drawn sand trails
the days of railroads and super-highways wagons over to
were even dreamed of Middleburg for water transportation via Second Semlnole Indian War,when nearby
Fort Heilman on Black Creek served as

. .. .. headquarters for U.S. Army "regulars"sent j
: '; ..,.,," : :' ::.':, :.'\ : : '/""" ,.n' ; ': d i; skins"to. this area to help fight the "red ji

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I'E' "D'i ;; (!E'O"" l'f'Al"i ': ',rs< '; 11 1\ Historians tell'us that Middleburg was
.. ,,,. ; ,I ., one of the oldest Spanish settlements in I
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'.,... ''''' ,'' .- -., .. ..,,'if. ". i!"..,.... .... ._ .. .. ... Florida County.and Its major was once industry county in seat those of days Clay .

was timber, most of which was hauled by
barges operating on Black Creek and the

Who Caused the 'Cause' St. Johns River, hauling passengers and
freight to and from Jacksonville.
Because it was a thriving water
Blamed for Challenger Disaster? transportation center at that time, the ear-
ly leaders of Middleburg opposed con-
struction of the Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad

Two weeks after the Challenger explosion years of the shuttle flaws that could, through their area in the 1850's, so plans

Allan McDonald, an engineerfor and likely would, result in a tragic acci-- for laying the track were changed to bringit
is Starke.This
the that
through area now
the that built the shuttle'smalfunctioning
company dent. touched off the growth of the little unnamed 't !,
solid-fuel rocket settlement that would be named Starkein ? i 1
not fix-
boosters, sat with his face buried in his Although was formally 1857.
ed on any one individual, the commis-
hands and wept. Information on the importance of Mid
sion report had sharp and repeated :.

He had just testified to members of criticism of one man, NASA engineer given dlebur in as an a early transportation book on the center St.is Johns also -..._.. y ft.w .?
the investigative commission that he Lawrence who in of
Mulloy, was charge River which said:
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and other Morton Thiokol engineers had ,. re --4 r
the solid-rocket boosters the day they "Cotton planters from the Southern t p"r.
raised objections to the cold-weather destroyed Challenger. Mulloy, among States had soon transformed the rank

shuttle launching just two hours before others, argued the day before launch jungles around Florida's new capital at

Challenger left the pad only to be that cold weather was not a significant Tallahassee, into a plantation area; much
blasted to bits a few seconds later. Their problem. The report consistently faultsMulloy's cotton moved from this newly enriched
section, by oxcart, toward the deep water
objections fell on deaf ears and they iI"WN.
and his of
judgment handling \
port of Middleburg, and was carried on r I
were overruled by their superiors. the joint's design and performance pro- sailing vessels some 20 miles down the Jdl

Sally Ride, an astronaut member of blems. But so far, has"suffered" winding course of Black Creek,into the St. i111
shied Johns River, and thence to Savannah and --r -
the commission, walked over to only by being to Charleston via Jacksonville"
McDonald and hugged him. "You've gota another NASA job, where it is hoped his
will Be effective.In An article in a 1957 issue of the"Florida Barging Lumber on Black CreekThe
lot of guts, she said.It judgment more Historical Quarterly" gave an even more

was a crucial turning point in the in- its low-key, but sometimes stern in- alluring picture of that period: church referred to was no doubt the cond Dragoons, stationed at Fort Heilman

vestigation, for without McDonald's in dictment, the commission detailed a "In Middleburg, on Black Creek, the same Methodist Church still in use today, during the Indians Wars. It was later occupied -
testinal fortitude to tell the truth, the Middleburg Hotel not only boasted of a said to be the oldest church building in the for periods of time by Generals
real cause and the responsibility for the long history of engineering and beneficial climate, but promised that a former Methodist Episcopal Church of the Scott and Jesup during the war, and occupied -
Challenger tragedy might never have managerial mistakes on the part of doctor would be on hand at all times in the South. as a lodging and headquarters by
been NASA personnel; refusals to recognize winter months. Though it may seem an An undated story from the now defunct Union officers during the Civil War. It was
the seriousness of problems with the unimportant out-of-the-way settlementnow Clay County Times gives this account of purchased in 1854 by the A. G. Chalker

"NASA started off thinking they were rockets; and a repeated failure to pass in 1856, Middleburg once had weekly the early founding of the town: family.
going to snow us," one member of the vital safety information along from steamer connections with Jacksonville, "Middleburg is said to be the second The house is built of handhewn lumber
Commission commented later. Some lower Palatka, Charleston, and Savannah.A oldest town in Florida. The eastern part of with uprights running to the third story,
management levels to key the old town was a grant given by the Kingof each in one solid piece of 8 x 8 heart pine.
NASA officials were considerably less decisionmakers.It Spain to the Mount Mullen family at The chimney was originally in the centerof
than frank in their testimony before the somewhat different picture is given bya Rice Creek. the structure with fireplaces in all
was also to learn thatNASA's writer who visited
disturbing Gary's Ferry (cross-
Commission, and the whole investigation decision-making officials ing at Black Creek at Middleburg) in 1853. "On the Rideout Road near Russell, rooms.
might have resulted in an uninten- to from apparently He mentioned..,.a person who is makinga about five miles from Green Cove Springs, Above each of the two outside columns,
tional "whitewash" if Allan McDonaldhad yielded pressures fortune selling goods and shipping cot there was an Indian town, with huts madeof on the face of the sloping roof, a star was
not had the emotionally traumatic various sources in order to save face ton"; also( a grocery, where several palmettos still standing as late as 1855. carved in the wood to designate the houseas
with their launching schedule. There planters and teamsters assembled, One of the battles of the Civil War is said to the quarters of Generals Scott and
to the facts. It obvious -
courage give was were pressures because of the need to several of them intoxicated; a miserable have been fought between Green Cove and Jesup. Union officers also used the houseas
at that early date, that NASA meet customer commitments which tavern, where I occupied the same room Middleburg, called the Battle of Tiger headquarters, and lodged there duringthe
would have liked nothing better than a and bed in which several individuals had Head, it was won by the Union forces. Civil War.

cover up of what had been termed a certain resulted number in a requirement of to launch and a recently died of consumption; and a Among those listed as owning stores at The Methodist Church was organized in
'witch hunt. flights per year Methodist meeting house. The tavern accommodations Middleburg in its early years was John 1823 and the building was constructed of
launch them on time, and also pressures were very poor, and the Charles Richard, who later came to hand-dressed lumber and handwroughtnails.
The final 256-page commission wile resulting from news media accounts of doleful aspect) of the place was a good deal Starke,when the railroad was moved here, The bell still in use was brought by
has been generally praised, but launch failures, which made NASA sen- heightened by the circumstance that our and established a large mercantile store in steamboat from New York in 1852.

identifying the actual physical cause of sitive to "loss of face" and its reputa- ears innumerable were saluted frogs at night in the by the neighboring croakingof partnership with George E. Pace. Middleburg is finally being "modernized' -

the accident, and pointing up the tion for infallibility.One swamp. Large quantities of cotton are exported The large, three-story Chalker house on by shopping centers and other modern
deplorable NASA mismanagement o.er from this ,as well as thousandsof the banks of the Black Creek was built In structures' along Highway 21 (Standing
the it short of TV commentator scoffingly ask- deer hides." port 1835 for Captain Clark and his staff,and of- Boulevard), but it will still retain the
years, stopped attcmpting ed NASA "Say, when are you gonna ficers of the ten companies of the U.S. Se- historic flavor of its past for many years to
to pinpoint blame for that mismanagement -
turn that turkey into an eagle? Such
because it was not mandated to do
Commission Chairman said remarks apparently cut deep at NASA'spride
so. Rogers
but Agent's Notebook by Bobby L.
were hardly enough to war- Taylor
"We were not asked to assess blame, County Extension I Agent '
rant launch in face of
a overriding odds.
and we have not assessed blame. In a

sense, he added, "a lot of us are to The lesson, though hard and harsh, Summertime is vacation time-for people Vacation Care For PlantsA almost always result in leaf drop.And
blame" for assuming that the space may have been learned. NASA Administrator NOT PLANTS!...while getting ready before you depart, be sure to water your
shuttle program had become "opera- James Fletcher, who once for that long awaited trip, it's easy to thick layer of mulch will help conserve house plants thoroughly. This is especially
tional" instead of remaining a risky accused the investigating commissionof forget about your lawn, landscape, moisture for landscape plantings. Mow vital, because unlike lawngrass and land
developmental "witch-hunting", was quoted Tues- vegetable garden, and house plants. A little your lawn just before leaving, cutting the scape ornamentals, house plants cannot II
program.But time spent preparing your leafy friends grass a little closer than usual. An unkept benefit from any rain that may fall while
there is a big difference in "our day as admitting that "the whole agen- for your absence could save you needless lawn can encourage disease, and it's a you're gone.New.
blame" for cy needs a major reexamination." worry and hours of extra work when you telltale sign that no one's home. I
being overly optimistic as a get back. This week I'll discuss some
result of being uninformed, and the The American public-at least those things you can do to keep plants healthy Give lawn and landscape plants a heavy

blame of NASA officials who had been who have followed the investigationcloselycouldn't while you're away.A watering, especially recently planted beds Seat Belt Law
which will need extra moisture. Also,
repeatedly warned over a period of agree more. vacation may be relaxing and rejuvenating thoroughly spray or dust your plants to

for you and your family, but it protect them from insects and diseases Effective July 1
can be hazardous, or even deadly for your while you're away. If you don't they'll soon
plants. Unless you make adequate stop blooming. And harvest all
Senate Committee Told ripe or
preparations before leaving, you could nearly ripe fruits and vegetables. Like Florida became the 26th state to
I return to a vegetative disaster. flowers, they will continue to produce only adopt mandatory seat belt buckle-up
legislation when Gov. Bob Graham
Life Earth ThreatenedThe One of the first things you might do if they're picked frequently. Otherwise, signed a bill passed by the Senate
on they'll ( to seed.
before leaving home is ask a neighbor to go 22.17, and by the House, 6850.
check your plants periodically whileyou're Do a thorough job of weeding, if weedsare Opponents argued that the bill in-
gone. All plants need some care. allowed to go to seed while you're fringes on personal rights, but In-
Earth is in for a gradual warmingof ditions in some places and causing But. during an extended vacation, con away, you can expect to encounter much surance Commissioner Bill Gunter
temperatures which, unless halted, coastal areas to be inundated by oceans tainer grown plants require special attention more difficult problems later in the said if the law had been in effect last

will bring threats of floods, drought, in- swollen by melting polar and glacialice. and different species have different season, or even next year when the seeds year, an estimated 431 drivers
creased cancer and other human The mean sea level has risen about needs. So, be sure you give your friend eliminates remember that weeding and/or passenger victims of motor
miseries the Senate Environmental one foot in the last 100 years, as an in- specific instructions for the care of each a major source of competition vehicle accidents would still be alive
type. for your landscape plant's food and water, today. ,
dication of what in
Subcommittee was told this week.In a slut change Even if you can't find someone to per- which may be in short supply during your Under the new law, drivers and
global temperature
sonally look after your plants while you'reaway absence. front-seat passengers should start

sobering warning, Robert Wat- As for its effects on the human race, there's plenty you can do prior to Plants kept indoors require special con- buckling up on July 1, when law-
son, director of the upper atmospheric the scientists predict increases in skin departure to make sure you don t come sideration. Before leaving home, place enforcement officers will After
program for the National the Earth's home to a limp landscape and sickly house your house plants in a room which receives passing out verbal warnings.
Aeronauticsand surface
cancer as plants. Outdoor, container grown plants Indirect sunlight. Direct exposure to the Jan. 1, 1987 the law can start
Space Administration said, "We be bombarded by larger and larger should be placed in a shady area to con- sun will dry the soil too quickly. Of course ticketing motorists and passengersif
can expect significant changes in amounts of ultraviolet rays that are nor- serve moisture. Under a tree, or on the you don't want to put your plants in a room they stop their vehicles for some
climate in the next few decades if mally screened out to relatively safe north side of a building are good locations. that's too dark either. Too little light will other infraction and find the belts

nothing is done to slow down ozone- levels by the ozone cover. unbuckled. Violaters may be fined

depleting air pollution. He believes that The pace of atmospheric destructionis Forestry in Bradford CountyTree safety$20.The bill restraint also tightens law by up eliminating the child

global warming is inevitable, under pre- increasing steadily and rapidly, the exemptions for out-of-state

sent conditions, and average report said in calling for curbs on air Farm Pro By David w-Norton motorists and for drivers who are
temperatures around the world "could pollution after a five year study of An- g ram Bradford county Forester not parents or guardians of the

rise as much as ten degrees". tarctica which showed an ozone loss of children.

A University of California chemist from thirty to fifty percent over the The following landowners in Bradford ly of essential materials to meet the grow.
ing demand for more wood products.For .
deserve for
area during that time. County recognition having
said that "if
you have the greenhouse effect parts of their land approved for Tree Farm information on how you can becomea
going on indefinitely, then you havea The evidence of changing weather Certification in the American Tree Farm certified Tree Farmer, contact Your f V fe LETTER TO THE EDITOR:

temperature rise that will extinct patterns is obvious, even to those who System: John Miller, S.A. Morris, JosephG. County Forester at Bradford Agricultural
human life" in 500 to 1,000 years. have no scientific .Wood, Shane Thornton, Robert Patrick, Center.
knowledge. The '
W. Mark Moody, James C. Knight, Sam
The warnings came as the subcom- report to Congress said the pace of at- Johns, Wayne E. Douglas, Ruddy Deas, The forest Industry gives strong supportto ---
mospheric destruction is J.A. Boles Mrs. E. the Tree Farm Program as well as
mittee opened two days of hearings on increasing Marty Barry, Doyle
due Conner and J.R. another program which landowners will be More Public AccessTo
the "greenhouse effect"-a lon -range in part, to the increasing use of Wainwright.The encouraged to use-the Free Seedling Pro- Lakes
consequence of mankind's pumping into gases, such as refrigerants and also Florida Tree Farm Program Is part gram. The forest industry also encourages Needed
those formerly used in aerosol cans. of a nationwide Tree Farm System which landowners to make use of this fine program Not Less Reader Says
the atmosphere such chemicals as car- The use in cans has already been banned gives assistance and public recognition to which they sponsor fully. Editor. Telegraph:
bon dioxide methane and nitrous private non-industrial landowners who use
ox- but continues in elsewhere.It Landowners in this sign to Granted the residents
use good forest management practices to county can up of Silver Lake
ide. The reports say that by accumulating enhance the productivity and multiple use receive free pine seedlings for planting on may have some legitimate complaints that
in the atmosphere and was a sobering warning that was of their woodlands. Volunteer foresters any idle or unproductive land. Any lan need to be addressed, but to close any
destroying the vital ozone layer these presented to the subcommittee. But the who work as consultants, for industry, or downer who wants to plant at least 5 acres public lake access is not the solution.
and other toxic substances trap heat in important question is-will it be heeded the state are available to provide Inspec- can sign-up at my office starting in Most of the residents of Bradford County
September.Contact this office if would cannot afford lake
tions and basic you property, and many
management recommen-
the atmosphere producing drought con- and acted ?
upon dations on timberlands at no charge to the like more information. cannot handle the price of admission to the I
landowner. Planting trees on idle or unproductiveland Kingsley Lake public beaches. It's sad that

_.... "YOUR TEA SIR. .." All the landowners listed above will is a good investment for landowners; in few a county people have that has access so many to them.nice lakes,so
harvest after 15 to 20 bring an
a can
receive the familiar and white Tree years
[(!,. / 1/ Farm sign to display green on their land.Each of overall return of over 15 percent. We need a large county park where all
( S Sd, s. lJ 'I' residents of the county can enjoy a summer -
) I i
_____ them will also receive a certificate signify Trees are especially good for retirement swim or an afternoon picnic. We need
>-fI i!!":.cs.-Jf ing that their lands are being managed to plans or sending a son or daughter to college to think in terms of providing MORE
assure a wealth of environmental benefitsfor ; no doubt some of our Tree Farmers access-not less.
Great Britain Imports 100 billion cups worth of tea each year. Floridians as well as an adequate supp\ have this in mind. Janet Chaves, StarkeJ

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Robert Thorne

To Wed July 19

Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Page of
I Jacksonville, and Mrs. Sara Thorne
e of Miami announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
children, Cathy Elaine Norman and
Robert F. Thorne. Cathy is the
daughter of the late Harold K. Norman
of Lawtey, and Robert is the
son of the late Robert Thorne of
Miami. M
Cathy is a 1982 graduate of Brad
.i. ford High School, 1982 Strawberry
r ;4 Queen,and is currently employed in
4 M the Credit/Collections Departmentwith Peeples Daycarehold
Suddath Van Lines, Inc., in

,:} Jacksonville.Robert is a 1977 graduate of Graduation ceremonyLittle
Florida State University and is currently I
-' the Relocation Director with Peeples Daycare Center and gowns. After singing "He' Still
-- Suddath Van Lines, Inc., in Miami. held their First Annual Graduationon Working on Me" and "Miss O' they
Cathy NormanRobert The wedding event will take place Saturday, May 24, with approx- were presented with their diplomas. id #
I Thorne July 19, aboard the Sun Dream imately 200 people in attendance.The After the graduation ceremony all
Yacht in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. stage was in the center of the "Little Peeple" were given red and
play-yard, decorated with potted white pom-poms for the cheer "TwoBits"
'a" tr plants,red and white streamers,and .
StevensonEasterlingAnnounce red and white balloons. Little Following the cheer, refreshmentswere
Peeples colors are red and white and served inside. The playroomwas
Engagement their motto is "A Place Where decorated with red and white
Everybody is Somebody", and these table cloths and a graduation cake
", gat Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson of Starke
r and Mrs. Richard Clemmer of themes were carried out throughoutthe placed on the center table bearingthe
Naples, Fla., announce the engage- program. graduates names upon It.
ment of their daughter, Cynthia Lu 1) The Infant Dept. began the program Those graduating were: ChristinaLee
... with a "stroll" across the
Stevenson, formerly of Starke, to Carmichael, Laura Lee Dobbs, F
Gregory Scott Easterling, son of Mr. stage in a red wagon with red and Steven
I.rII. Nancy Ann Hildebrand
white balloons tied to the sides and
Leonard B. Easterling of North Ft. Jerry Hulsey, Ryan Maurice Lee,
Myers,and Judith S.Easterling of Ft. back. Kelly Ray Miller, Nichole Yvonne
2)The pre-graduates (ages 2.3)
Myers. Ann Louise Odom,
Miller, Tiffany
followed with 3 and in-
The bride-to-be is a 1982 graduate of songs some Heather Lynn Patton, Otis E. Starl-
Levy High School, Naples, and attends dividually saying the nursery ing, Jr., Freddie Monroe Stephens,
the University of Florida in rhyme: Humpty-Dumpty. Kristen Marie Wainwright, Justin
Gainesville.The 3)The Graduates were then
P prospective groom is a 1981 presented, all wearing their caps Emmunal Wigg.

School graduate, Ft.of Myers Evangelical, and a graduate Christian of Class of 1976 Sam Griffis Family

Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pen- Meeting PlannedA Reunion Set For June 15 This forty page book explains the groom's responsibilitiesfrom -
nsylvania. He will enter a cardiopulmonary -
Technology Programin meeting of the class members of The Sam and Lula Griffis family the engagement to the honeymoon. Our
Falls Church, Virginia in the class of 1976 is planned for Saturday reunion will be held June 15 at the bridal consultants are trained by the National Bridal Sen"ILC
I. September.The June 14, at 224 W. Pratt Street, Community Center in Raiford.
..-. .'. ; couple will be married August behind Centel Telephone Co. at 4 The reunion is scheduled to beginat
16 in Naples. p.m. For more information call 8:30: a.m. with lunch served at 1Em
9644151. Interested persons are asked to fj DRESS C
Cynthia Lu Stevenson Members of the class of 1976, BHS, a covered dish and their own Ei&\ GIFT SHOP
are urged to get their reservationfees table settings.
f in by the deadline,Sunday,June If you have any old pictures of Bradford
15.I anyone in the family, please bring Squire Shopping Center
them and share with the family lIo .Sat.
Birthsf MMMMM II .11111. is sass II II"*" II III I II I I I II I I II I I I t For more info please call Sue OPEN 9305:30IEtIIR.ATIO.'tLBRID.I: 964-5051
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Dawn Griffis Terri Ann Barosse John David SanfordMr.
Mr. and Mrs. Del Griffis of Old Janice and Ronnie Barosse are
Town, announce the birth of their proud to announce the birth of a and Mrs. Billy Joe Sanford of
daughter, Sheena Dawn, born on daughter, Terri Ann, 8 lbs., 8 ozs. Starke announce the birth of a son, .
Born 25 at Shands John David, born June 9, 1986 in .
May Hospital.
May 14, 1986 at Shands Hospital in .
Starke. ., ,
i Gainesville. Maternal Grandparents are W. C. ,
Maternal Grandparents are Earl & Joan Barnes of Lawtey. Maternal Maternal grandparent is Maxie
and Irene Alexander of Old Town. Great Grandparents are Reva & Manning of Macclenny. Suwannee
Paternal Grandparents are Clifton Harley Seabolt of Hampton. Paternal grandparent is Nel Hulseyof Swifty
and Lanette Griffis of Starke. Paternal Grandparents are Linda Starke.
Paternal Great-grandparents are Newman of New Orleans and Ronald
E. W. and Virginia Tillis Verble Barosse, Sr. of California. Paternal John David joins eight brothers and
Griffis of Starke and Mae Ola Lynchof Great Grandparents are Merce sisters, Sabra, Sonya, Shearea, I
Spartanburg, S.C. Oubre and Mildred Arsing, both of Shona, Ronnie Joe, Billy Jay, Billy
Sheena Dawn joins a brother John New Orleans and Marc Barosse of Ray and Carolyn.
and a sister Heather. Seattle.

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Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Paterson of Melissa Leigh Winkler, daugter of
Kingsley Lake announce the birth ofa Mr. and Mrs. William Haas and Mr. and Mrs. Georga A. Winkler, W. HOT,
son, Robert George, born June 8 in Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haas attended a graduated from Georgia Southern
Gainesville. family reunion in Dublin, Ga., over College in Statesboro, Ga, June 7,
Maternal grandparent is Mrs.Dell the weekend. 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in ,
Ryder of Gainesville. Education.
Maternal great-aunt is Mrs. Joe f
Wilson of Starke. i 1 a

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Hutto; Straight E's for Excellence- tistic; Terri Brown Best Looking -president, Betty Dat: l ski presiding."" Friends Day at
Clayton Archey, Hannah Ford, John Girl; T. J. Orion Best Dressed; Rosa Moreira of Newark, N.J., was
I McMillan, Paul Phillips and Susan welcomed as a guest and us a former Mt. Plsgah June 15

Hampton Highlights Parmenter. John McMillan was MannChrist; parishioner. Mt. Pisgah AME Church will be
awarded a special Certificate for being Wood. Altar Chairman, Toni Coss, gave having their Family and ,Friends
cooperative, industrious and Spelling Bee Participants Sandra plans for obtaining new altar cloths. Day Sunday, June 15 at II a.m. '
energetic. Kindergarteners being Aviles, Donald Dick, Beth Kennan, She also displayed Baptismal cloths Sunday School will start at 9:30
By Dolores Meng Hampton Elementary School promoted to first grade also received Billy Kyle and Diane Searcy. made by members which will be a.m.
Phone 468-1915 Awards Assembly... Diplomas.Jean Library Aides Tina Buckallew available in the new crafts cabinet.
Little League Meeting... On Thursday night, Mrs. Mary Clark's 1st Grade: Perfect Tara Francis Danielle Hersty: Bobbie Moore, Bazaar Chairman, D.nmark-Hardy
Tonight June 12, at 7 p.m., a Ann Kyle, Principal, welcomed an Attendance: Hope Archey and Steve Della Scott and Alicia Wood. gave plans for the Parish Hall
meeting will be held at Hampton overflow crowd of students, Innocent. All A's Hope Archey, Steve Acree presented Physical Festival scheduled for Oct. 5, on the Birthday Honor**
Elementary School for the purposeof relatives and friends to the Alicia Baker, Jennifer Glenn, Jason Fitness Certificates to: Stanley Var- parish grounds. Besides a bar-b-que Mrs. Joan T. Chitty was hostess at
organizing a Little League Ball Cafetorium where Certificates of McCullough and Shaun Muse. A'sand num, Dana Hall, Lucinda Morris, dinner many booths will be open to a surprise birthday luncheon honoring
Team. Boys and girls from 8 to 14 merit were presented. B's Shannon Aquinaldo, Edward Laurel Sanford, and Jason Padgett. entertain all age groups. Arts and Mrs. J.E. Denmark and Mrs. J.
years of age are eligible to be Prior to the presentation PTA Baker, Ted Crawford, Jaclyn Jeannine Kish, Guidance crafts will be featured as well as Eldon Hardy, last Saturday at the
members. All interested are invited. President, Debbie.Donnerstag, Crews, Denyse Edwards, Roy Counselor, presented McDonald's home baked good. Many merchants Chitty home on Searing Street.
Blue Grass Jamming Program... presided at a brief meeting when Rhoden and Randee Varnum. Terrific Kid of the Month Certificates In the area are donating prizes to be Large helium filled mylar "happy
Among bands performing in the Debbie Broome was named Shirley Bagwell's 2nd Grade: to: John McMillan, Hope given that day. Mrs. Moore announced birthday" balloons marked the
Blue Grass Jamming Program held Treasurer, Joy Hutto was elected Perfect Attendance Charles Archey, David Gatlin, Laurel Sanford another Festival planning honor seats at the dining table.
Sat. night, June 7, at the home of Secretary, and Judy Archery upon Crawfore; All A's Tori Hersey and Billie Joe Mullis, Karen meeting for June 22, at 11 a.m. Bright flowering rose begonias were
Bobbie Sheppard were the Rocky request volunteered as Vice President Angela Meng. A's and B's Charles Waldron, Lisa Jones and Carrie Following the meeting, placed on the tables for centerpiecesand
Road Blue Grass, Flat Land, Mel of the PTA. The group also Crawford, April Scoggins and Manning. refreshments were served by the were given to the honorees as
Harvey, Ossie Burton and Sam Bass voted to authorize expenditure of Charlotte Smith. Among other special certificates hostesses, Bobbie Moore and mementoes of the occasion. Placedon
from Jack Williams Band, Donna some $1200 realized from Carnivaland Edith Shaw's 3rd Grade: A's andB's given were:: 2nd Grade Home Room Pualine Rehberg. the buffet was a large red velvet
Prescott, and the Southern Pride Dinner profits toward the pur- Christina Broome, Missy Mother Sallye Scoggins; Parishioners Attend Concert... birthday cake with tall "spaghetti"
Blue Grass Band. chas of Software Computer equip- Brown, Julie Collins, Wayne Volunteers Louise Mattheus, Lewis On Friday, May 30, the Holy Faith birthday candles.
Covered dish foods and a weiner ment. Mrs. Donnerstag stated that Crawford, Jennifer Darley, C.K. Fuqua Marney and Dolores Meng. Super Catholic Church hosted a Concert Assisting in serving the guests
roast were enjoyed while the bands school grounds landscaping had Tracey McCullough, Nicki Nut- Cooks Peter Aquinaldo and Randy given by College Students from the were Mrs. James Crosby Sr. and
entertained throughout the evening.The been done with PTA profits and the ter and Laurel Sanford. Math In- Sco gins. School Crossing Guard University of Steubenville, Ohio. Misses Stacey & Allison Denmark...
Shady Grove Band is scheduled help of Lawtey inmates, and more of tramurals: Christina Broome, Jen- Sheila Bryant. This traveling group of musicians Invited to share the occasion with
to perform next Sat. night, June this work would be done. Lewis nifer Darley C.K. Fuqua, Laurel Mrs. Kyle concluded the teaches youth methods of becoming the birthday honorees were a small
14, in Live Oak. All are invited to enjoy Marney volunteered to serve as Car Sanford, Nickl Nutter, Tim Crews ceremony with the presentation of involved in their own church groups. their close friends other
the evening with them. nival Chairman in the Fall. and Tracey McCullough. floral arrangements to Shirley Attending the concert from St. Ed eluded Mrs. Denmark's ,
Birthdays Celebrated... Mrs. Edith Shaw's third grade Mindy Seville's 4th Grade: A's Bagwell and Mindy Beville, the ward's Church were Antoinette Mrs. Alderman of Ocala; and Mrs.
On Sunday, June 8, Paul and Fran class under the direction of Millie and B's Billie Jo Mullis and Kim teachers who had perfect attendance Coss. John Wadovsky, Muriel Hardy's daughters, Mrs. Gene Iveyof
Meng celebrated their 65th birthdays Galanos presented a program of Wilson. Math Intramurals Angela for the entire school year. Gilhooly, Joe and Mary Cissy. Atlanta, and Mrs. June Hardy of
Joyce Meng Kent and Hawaiian songs and dances. C.K. Baker, Eric Donnerstag, Jason HARP To Meet Donna Parado Honored at Mass... Mandarin.
Eugene Meng who also share their Fuqua introduced class members Glenn, Billie Jo Mullis, Kim Wilson, A meeting of the American On Sunday, Juen 8, Donna Paradowas
birthdays also took part in the and announced song titles. The Johnny Hernandez and Adam Association Retired Persons is to recognized as a Graduate of U.D.C. PicnicTo

festivities. group were adorned in the leis, Crawford. beheld on Thursday, June 12 at 1 Bradford High School. She was B. Jun. 16
Both homes were filled with mumus, and hakus they had made Claudette Frees' 5th Grade: p.m. in the Senior Citizens Building. presented a crucifix by the Pastor,
relatives of all ages eating,drinking, under the leadership of Ms. Galanos Math Intramurals Gene Birt, Ben Holtzendorf, President of the Father Joseph Finlay, as a gift from The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.D.C.
playing, and watching sports programs who has visited Hawaii and has done Danielle Hersey, Billy Kyle, Della local group, announces that Lewis the Altar Society. will hold their annual picnic meeting
on TV. Those who were proessional dancing.The Koser, Michael McKenzie, Tisha Starke is to be on hand to assist in Randy Parado, Donna's brother, Monday,June 16,at ll:00a.m.: at the
unable to attend because of distance students received Certificates Mullis and Della Scott. organizing a local chapter.All is a recent graduate of Georgetown home of Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber
telephoned their good wishes.. signed by Mrs. Kyle and their individual Carol McCloud's 7th Graders interested persons 55 years of University in Washington, D.C. in Keystone Heights. This will be a
Other June Birthdays... teachers both for the last receiving Certificates of Completionand age or older are invited to attend.St. Romeo and Dr. Laura Parado, his covered dish luncheon.
June 1 Karen Waldron; June 2 six weeks of school and for the entire going to Middle School in Fall: parents along with his brothers and The Florida Division President,
Chad Smith and Samantha Truman; school year. The classroom teachers Macey Rhoden voted Most Edward's News sisters, attended his graduation and Mrs. James T. Neal of Ocala, the
June 3 Harshel Waldron; June 5- assisted in the presentation as their Cooperative; Wyatt Collins Most Altar Plans Festival... spent several days with him in D.C. Division Registrar, Mrs. R. N.
Bernardo Baez; June 10 John particular grades were announced. School Spirit; Melissa Byrd BestPersonality The St. Edward's Altar Suzanne Swietnicki, another St. Reisser and Mrs. W. J. Flannery of
: Luke Morgan Most Edward's parishioner, received her will attend and officers
Meng David Tidwell and Harold Receiving laminated Certificatesin Jacksonville
Mitchell; June 11 Randall Smith; Joe Watson's Kindergarten class Witty; Henry Rhoden Most Wild held a meeting in the parish hall Medical Degree from the Universityof for 1986-88 will be installed.
with the
Tuesday June 3
night ,
June Kimberly Wilson. were: Perfect Attendance Vicki and Crazy; Donald Smith Most Are Florida on May 30.

Marine Sgt. Tommy G. Johns, son
Did You KnowTimothy _"::" 38""K of Jackie Thomas of Keystone

Heights, FL, has been promoted to
L. Schiller,son of Jack D. Benton Futch has been named to his present rank while serving with
8 Pack 16
oz and Mary L. Schiller of Starke, has the Dean's List at Baptist Bible Institute 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine
Returnable Bottles been commissioned a Second Lieute- Graceville, Fla., for the second Corps Air Station, Beaufort, S.C.
nant the Army ROTC program semester of 198586. In order to A 1981 graduate of Baker County
Pepsi Products throw earned a Bachelor's qualify the student must have earn- High School, Macclenny, he joinedthe
Degree at the University of Florida, ed a 3.00 grade point average on a Marine Corps in January\ 1982.
His wife Alicia is the of
tI Gainesville. 4.00 scale. daughter
0 Futch is a native of Lawtey. Don Thomas oil Keystone Heightsand

9 9 Ruth Looby of Macclenny.of .

plus tax a public hearing b. held as an Integral Starke, Florida.
Legal part of Its evaluation process.W. WalterW.stcott. Chairman
& deposit H. Skinner Starke Zoning 8 Planning Board
THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Deputy Assistant Secretary 6/12 Itchg
Reg. Price 2.79 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Florida Department of Transportation

CASE NO.: 86-38-CP ((1.3731)) NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
When 8 IN RE: The Estate of PUBLIC NOTICE day, June 23, 19B6, at 10:00: o'clock p.m.,
you purchase JOSEPH RANDALL MCGEE. The Bradford County School Board the undersigned, Gator Frelghtways,
Deceased. Stark. Florida, will hold a Public HearIng Inc.. will sell at public auction for cosh at
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe on two proposed Non-Instructional 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., on.
more of FINA Premium administration ol th. Estot. of lob descriptions on June 30 1986, at 7 lot of strya foam consigned to American
JOSEPH RANDALL MCGEE, Deceased, p.m.. In the School Board Room of the Signs, .MerrlttIsland! FIR( Jv,..glHflru,,
FII. No.: B6-38.CP ((1.3731)), Is pending In Bradford Schools' Administrative Offices freight and, ,.toiage charge*?ur\de; t""WP 9)
the I Circuit Court for Bradford County, 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke,,.''.. provisions) of' Section 4b( ) 'of Uniform '
Unleaded Gasoline Florida Probate Division th. address of Florida. (This Is an addition to Board Standard Bill-oflading. -.-.--
which I Is Bradford County Courthouse. Rule 6Gx43.45) Gator Frelghtways, Inc.. Carrier
Stork., Florida 32091. Copies of these proposed job descriptions 04.757339 dtd 3/27/86
The names and addresses of the personal may b.obtained ot the Superinten 6122tchg619NOTICE
representative and the personal dent's Offices, between 7:30: a.m. and
SPECIALS FOR JUNEAll representative's attorney are set forth 4:30: p.m., Monday through Friday. OF AUCTION
below. This Is In compliance with the Florida NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon.
Interested persons are required to Statutes Chapter 120.54 as enacted by day, June 23,1986, at 10:00: o'clock a.m.,
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. the 1974 Florida Legislature. the undersigned Gator Frtlghtways
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Dewey B. McKinney, Inc., will sell at public auction for cash
Cigarettes . . . . . per pack plus tax 1.05 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against th. estate Asst. Superintendent 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one
and ((2)) any objection( by an Interested Bradford County Schools lot of files
Lays Potato Chips . . . . . 7 oz. & 6.5 oz. Bags 99 p.rson to whom notice was moiled that 6/12 2tchg 6/19 Pompano Beach consigned, Fla.. to to satisfy HI Securities freight,
challenges the validity of the will the and .
storage charges the
Bud & Busch Long Neck Beer . . . . . 2/99c qualifications of the personal representative The School PUBLIC Board NOTICE of Bradford of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard provisions
venue, or (jurisdiction of th. County Bill of

Belly Buster Hot Dogs . . . . . . . 2/99c Court. Starke, Florida, will hold a Public Hearing Lading.Gator Frelghtways Inc., Carrier
Send a copy of all claims to the attorney on proposed amendment to th.
Pro. 03.767112 dtd 4/15/86
whose address Is listed below. following School Board Rule:
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT l6Gx4-4.05 Pupil Progression Plan 6/12 2tchg 6/19
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The Public Hearing will be h.ld on
TEAR OFF AND BRING COUPON FOR FREE PEPSI.OFFER . Publication of this Notice has begunon June 16, 1986 at 7 p.m In-the School NOTICE OF AUCTION
Board Room of the District School's Ad.
Jun. 12 1986.
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday
r------- _1A .. r------- Attorney for Personal Representative: ministrative Offices, 582 North Temple June 23, 1986,at 10.00: o'clock a.m.,
R.A. GREEN. JR. Avenue, Starke, Florida. the undersigned Gator Freightways.
FREE FREE Green&Hobbs. P. A. Copies of this proposed amendment to Inc.. will sell ot public auction for cash at
I I I P.O. Draw.r938 this Board Rule may be obtained at the 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., one
14 oz. Pepsi Fountain Drink 14 oz. Pepsi Fountain Drink Starke, Florida 32091 Superintendent's office, between 7:30: lot of brick consigned to TGI Fridays
I ((904))964-7262 a.m. and 4:30: p.m.. Monday through Fri West Palm Beach, Fla., to satisfy freightand
with with a purchase
a purchase I II day.This storage charges, under the provisions .
of any Sub Sandwich of any Sub Sandwichat Personal Representative: Is In compliance with the Florida of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard
I MARTHA S. MCGEE Statutes Chapter 120.54 as enacted by Bill of Lading.
at Price I Regular Price II
c/o P.O. Box 938 the 1974 Florida Legislature.Jim Gator Frelghtways Inc..Carrier
Starke, Florida 32091 Duncan Superintendent 14-767700 dtd 3/21/86
STEP SAVER I I STEP SAVER I 6122tchg619PUBLIC Bradford. ...County.,;'* Schools 6/l22tchg 6/19 .

9 FOOD MART 9 9 FOOD MART 9 6/121tchg NOTICE

I Good thru June 30, 1986 I I GoodthruJune30,1986One I JAMES P. O'BRIAN has made application
coupon per Trip One coupon per NOTICE
I customer ; The Florida Department of Transportation supervised live-In core to the Starke
I Customer per I
per I made application to the Starke Zoning Board of Adjustment that 'Is
for the on property
705 N Temple (US 301 & SR 16)) 705 N. Temple (US 301 & SR 16)) announces a public hearing and Planning Board for reclassification classified RP and described below:
834 W. Madison (SR 100)) uJ R 834 W. Madison (SR 100)) purpose of affording to Interested their persons views of the property described below ,from 636 W. Madison St., lot 52' X 122',

tI AI - iiii - t- an concerning opportunity the functional express classificationand R1C to RP side Parcel 3837-A-00400 to be used for live
741 S. Orange St., off West at.Edwards In care.
of Road 16 to th.
assignment County The will Road, Parcel 4121-00200 In Section The Starke Board of Adjustment will
State Highway System.Bradford meeting Courthouse 29, Township 6 S., Range 22 E., Lot conduct a public hearing at their regular
held County
be at
100' X 100', to be used for office. meeting held at 7:30: p.m.. In the Council
2, 1986 at 7:30 A
on July : p.m.
of the ag.nda and supportingdocuments This change In classification Is subjectto Room of Starke City Hall. Thompson
copy a public hearing to be held on Thursday Florida
11TEAVERG will be available for viewing Street Starke, on Thursday.
June 26, 1986 at 7:00: p.m., In the June 26. 1986.
Clerk's Office the above
t"e In the County ot
location and at the FDOT District Officeon Council Room In the Starke City Hall on At this time all persons will be heard
1" Thompson Street, Starke, Florida. At this concerning this application as specifiedIn
South Marion Street in City
O time all persons interested shall be the zoning codes of the city of Starke.
This with
Florida. is In compliance
FOOD MART heard for or against the proposal as l.M. Gaines
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Melton J. Gi,ff f is coiinnl be set ved within
Legal BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA and file the original with the clerk of the DISTRICT Or FLORIDA the State' rol\ Hondo pmt It is not proc NOTICE
Civil Deportment above"styled court on or before July 8, JACKSONVILLE DIVISION ticoble to serve him ponr.i.ully, and I.. JAMES P. O'BRIAN has made opplico
1986, CASE NO. 86 67 Civ, J '14 hot not voluntarily orrctorcirj Jicriitln it It lion the
CASE NO. 86204CA otherwise a )judgment may be UNIllOMAHSOr ; to Starke Zoning and Planning
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: entered against you for the relief Ploliiiill. AMfRICA. tlioifoieORDERED Board for reclassification. of the property
Notices WILLIAM R. McKINNEY demanded In the Complaint or Petition. vs. at follows:: described below from RIC to RP
Husband, WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold GWtN OltNN Iii( I (jeliii.dont, Melton J. Gnffis/. stroll op 636 W. Madison Street. lot 32 X 122
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and Court on :23 May, A.D. 1986. GRIM I IS Mil-I r I L. I'boi in, tills coutc and plead to II.. coir, Parcel 3837.A 00400 in Section :29
CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY GILBERT BROWN et. ol. "II'IS. li'oint, filed, lieiein on ot before June 16. Township 6 S., Range :22: E. for a residen
'1ll6. 01 in. default thereof'. the. Court tial/Professlonal with
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Wife As Clerk of Said Court Defendants, classification
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE OF SUIT H By Beuloh Mnndy ORDER Of SERVICE BY PUBLICA liON tliall proceed to judgment' in tint. caute special exception to be for live.In core
TO Triii to the extent provided far by Section This change In classification It
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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Op-'Iy Clerk rouso tame to be l.eo.d the |
Civil Deportment CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY BESSENT & MOODY verified, motion of Plaintiff, foi an upon Oidoi, 16!>.!>. Title 28. United States Code at if a public hearing to be held on Thurs
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU of Service said Defendant, had been served witlipioiet. day. June :26 1986 at 7:00 In the
CASE. NO. 86 204 CAIN WM A BESSENT III, ESQUIRE by Public/ alia,,, and it appear p.m.
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on oc- lion' within the State ol Hondo Council Room In the Starke Hall
RE THE MARRIAGE OF: 403 West Georgia Street Ino this action hot been bcougl.l' |Iar Cite
WILLIAM R. McKINNEY linn for Disinluttrm' I Mniiinrn m Post Office Box 1056 me enforcement of a lien, against real 2 this order be published. h, a Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At this
Husband been filed against you, and you are required Starke Florida ((32091): ) property situated 'in Bradford County, newspaper! of' general circulation 'inBradford time oil persons interested shall be
and to serve a copy of your written ((904)964.7262) within the Middle Distent ol, r lot Ida and County. Hondo not less tlian heard for or against the proposal', at
CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY defenses to it, if any on the Plaintiff'sattorney ATTORNEYS FOR HUSBANDIN described, as follows once ears week for six consecutivewecki specified, in the Zoning Code of the City
WI,.. whose name and address is: RE MARRIAGE OF MrKINNEY: Noticeof lot 2. Packwood Subdivision. os per above, prior to ,the.. return date t..,.... of Starke, Florida.
NOTICE OF SUIT WM. A. BESSENT III. ESQUIRE Suit plot thereof rerordod m Plat Book 3. designatedUONt Walter Westcott! Chair mar
TO: BESSENT & MOODY 5/29 4tchg 6/19 PageS public nn-..ds of f B'odl.dC.u" AND OPbtRELi at Jar ks',,, III., Starke Zoning 8 Planning Board
CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY 403 West Georgia Itrxot PO Box 1056 ty Flolldaand Hondo this Jith: day ol, Apr,1 1986 6/ 12: Itchg
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN it further onneonnq thaI Defendant "
for Dlnolutlon of Marriage hot -

be.n filed against you, and you or. required
to serve a copy of your written
defense* to It. If any on the Plaintiffs Sale Prices Good Thru Saturday June 14
attorney who. name and address Is: Id

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1986; otherwise, a )judgment may be prices on 131 items.Father's
entered against you for the relief AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE .
demanded In the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold
Court on 23 May A.D. 1986.
A.Clerk of Said Court
By Beulah Moody
Deputy Clerk Sale
403 West Georgia Street
Post Office Box 1056
Starke Florida ((32091): )
((904)964-7262) :

NOTICE Is hireby given that on Mon
day June 16, 1986, at 10:000'ciock a.m..,
th. undersigned Gotor Frelghtways, ,t a1B
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at ; r pT,,
2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida ter r 4 r i" .+
on. lot of matches consigned to
Bayshare Prop Rest. A Raw Bar Coconut
Grove, Florida to satisfy freight and
storage charges, under th. provisions of
Section 4b of
( ) Uniform

GatorFr.ightwoys. Carrier OFF Rag. 800 to 18.00 16-O2 Reg. 2.69 each 3 VARIETIES CRUNCH 5-OZ, Reg, 199 30PK. Regs. to 2.99
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telecommunication system. A MEAT CAMPMATE SMOKER #171P-1 ...... 29.97 FLEX-CARE SOLUTION 12-OZ ............................. 2.97 REMINGTON RECHARGEABLE
copy of the specifications may be received 12" x 16" PEDESTAL HIBACHI WITH TOOLS .. 12.99 ALCON SALINE FOR SENSITIVE EYES 12-OZ. .... 1.99 SHAVER #SM-400 Reg. 39.99 ..................... .. 32.88
during r.gulor business hours of 8
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Monday thru Friday at the Office of the 10" x 10" TABLETOP HIBACHI........................... 4.99 OPTI-CLEAN DAILY CLEANER 20-ML ................ 3.49 MAGNAVOX AM/FM CASSETTE PLAYER #D7140 28.88

Clerk of the City of Stork. The City of TOWAWAY FOLDING TABLETOP GRILL ...,...,..,... 2.47 AFRIN NASAL SPRAY 15-ML .............,.........,......... 2.77 BASF CHROME AUDIO TAPE 60-MIN 2-PK .... 2.88
Starke ..,.... the
and all r.bids 'for the right PABX to reject Telecommunication any. DURABLE WOVEN LOUNGER ...........,....,..,........ 18.97 ECOTRIN TABLETS 100-PK. or MAXIMUM 60-PK. 3.49 90-MIN 2-PK. or VHS T-120 VIDEO TAPE .... 4.88

system. Bids will not be accepted DURABLE WOVEN CHAIR ...............,...,....,.,......... 9.97 RIOPAN or RIOPAN PLUS 12-OZ ...................... 2.29 DIGITECH STEREO RADIO

m'ol-"U crrei-7 10 p."m.""June. 17 '1986. ?,FOLDING.SPRING, CHAIR .................................... 6.99 CORRECTQl 60 TABLETS ..................................... 4.47 With HEADPHONES #A2830B ........... ............... 9.88

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Notice Is hereby NOTICE given that under and MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRT Reg. 8.99 6.88 ASSURE & NATURAL BOX OF 26 2 TYPES ........ 1.69 GTE SIGMA DESK/WALL PHONE

by virtue Part IV of Chapter 83 F.S. as SANDPIPER JUGGALLON ............................... 1.99 EVENFLO NURSING PADS BOX OF 36 ......,...... 2.29 #200 Reg. 29.99 ............................................... 24.97

Self Storage Facility Act that the undersigned FAMILY JUG 1-GALLON ................,................... 4.99 TODAY CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGE 6-PACK ..... 5.49 ULTRASTAR DESK/WALL/ PHONE Reg. 49.99 .. 42.97

will sell for cash to the highestbidder FAMILY JUG 214-GALLON ................................ 9.99 ACE REUSABLE COLD COMPRESS .................... 3.44 CLOCKORADIO TELEPHONE
at 301 S. 1640 S. Walnut St., .. ............ 42.97
49.99 ........,..... .. .
Starke, Fla. at 10:00: a.m. on the 13th day COOLER 8V2-QT ................................................ 8.99 INSTANT COLD COMPRESS ............................. 1.49
of June 1986 the contents of Unit No. :23 30" x 60" BRILLIANT COLOR BEACH TOWEL 9.88 FUTURO BRACES 3 TYPES 3 SIZES .................... 3.99 FEATURE PHONE #2100 Reg. 59.99 .......... 47.97

belonging to Jtonle Cardillo containingmisc. ZORRIE SANDALS MEN'S, ACUTRIM or ACUTRIM II 20 TABLETS ............... 3.97 ADVANTAGE RECHARGEABLELADIES'
household goods by C 8 C Mini SCREWDRIVER # ,........................... 29.88
Storage, 1640 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla. OR CHILDREN'S ...................... 2 PAIRS/1.00 NATURE MADE VITAMIN E 100 CAPSULES ....... 2.99 HANDHELD VACUUM A56'i

32091 964.8848 BEACHCOMBERS SANDALS .................................. 1.97 OYSTER SHELL CALCIUM 130 TABLETS 1.00 OFF or
SPOTLIGHT H #854A ............................ 16.88LLOYD'S
6/5 2tchg 6/12 TUBE FLOAT Reg. 7.99 ......................................... 5.88 THERAGRAN or THERAGRAN-M 130 TABLETS 6.99 wHr-ri.
5" BLACK &

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA %" X 60' RUBBER/VINYL/ GARDEN HOSE #9650 9.99 VITAMIN C with ROSE HIPS 100 TABLETS or Automatic features, 1-year warranty .,...... 109.99
Court No. 86.54.Civ.J.16 SUNBLOCK 15 by CHAPSTICK" ........................... 99'
ZINC TRIGGER NOZZLE #230C ..................,..,... 1.99 #AF-1 Reg. 49 99 39 99JOBE'S
UNITED Plaintiff STATES OF AMERICA TREE & PLANT SPIKES 13 TYPES. 25% OFF BAIN DE SOLEIL LE BRONZE 2-OZ. ................... 3.99 EVERFLASH DiSc .AMERA.1030R..2299: 17:88:

VS. GLASS CITRONELLA CANDLE Reg. 99e .............. 79 SPRAY OIL 8-OZ. or OIL 4-02. SPF 2 .......... 4.99 POLARIOD SUN 600 CAMERA FREE FILM OFFER 34.99

SARAH C. REAGAN. 24". PLASTIC LAWN' RAKE ...... ........................ 5.99 ST. IVES SHAMPOO'CONDITIONER TWIN 18-OZ. 2.99 100-PAGE PHOTO ALBUM Reg. 9.99 ............... 5.99
Defendants HEDGE TRIMMER with WOOD HANDLES ..,..... 3.99 STYLING MOUSSE 6.5-0Z. ................................ 1.99
NOTICE OF SALE GALAXY 9" OSCILLATING FAN #2154 ........... 13.88
DRY SKIN LOTION 20 OZ. ............................... 2.49
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant PIGSKIN GLOVES MEN'S or LADIES' ......... ....... 5.99 6" PERSONAL FAN #3146 Reg. 11.99 ....... 7.88
to a Final Judgment entered on May 8, CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT 1.OZ 3.99 SPA TREATMENTS 20-OZ ................................. 3.99
WIND MACHINE #3521 Reg. 29.99 .......... 24.88
above 1986 by styled the above cause entitled, the undersigned Court In the ECHOLS ROACH KILLER BAIT TRAY 9.PK. ..,...... 2.77 MUSK LIGHT COLOGNE 7.75-OZ ...................... 8.00

United Slates Marshal or any of his duly RAID CRACK & CREVICE INSECT SPRAY 16-OZ. 3.97 CARE FREE CURL MOISTURIZER or

authorized deputies will sell the proper. ACTIVATOR 8-OZ. .................................................. 2.99 or .

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point of beginning. Being located In Section I
Ten ((10)), Township Seven ((7)) South
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County Floridaat ,L asmwK )/

public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: 4Mpl aw C ,
o'clock Noon on July 8, 1986 at the front NIt
door entrance of the Bradford County r ,t
Courthouse at Slarke, Florida.
Dated: May 30, 1986.
Richard L. Cox Jr.
United Slates Marshal
Middle District of FloridaJolpr
E. lawlor. III
Assistant United States AttorneyAttorney
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Items of Interest. St.Service Mark's of Episcopal Institution Holds Don Neel receives creativity awardAmong

United Methodist I
Women CeremonyThe
the honorees to be laudedat removed the vocals from the WUNI/Mobile, Alabama, KLAK/ made advertising history with his
Groups Host Luncheons service of institution for the the annual Houston (Texas) Beatle's song "Help!", and submit- Denver, Colorado, andKNUZllouston Chung King Chinese Food ad cam-
Belore a two-month break from Mary Magdalene Chapter of the Association of Radio Broadcasters ted and sang lyrics of his own com- ,. paign which first aired in 1963.
monthly ('(' Order of the Daughters of the King S.P.A.C.E. Awards Banquet held position set to the original music. In addition to his radio duties, Freberg: charged the awardees with
Methodist! ( group Women celebrated this was held at St. Mark's Episcopal April 16 was Donald A. (Donnie) Neel wrote the lyrics to promote a Neel serves as freelance announcerfor continuing the trend of entertaining
mouth with luncheon or dinner Church on Sunday, June 8, with Fr. Neel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. radio contest held last year. Neel's a variety of advertisers, and advertising as the most effective I
meetings! Gilbert Crosby officiating. Neel of Starke. award was one of only two given to plans to build a 24-track recording means of selling a product in these I
Eva Blair Group One met at the He also installed the officers, Mrs. The Il.A.H.B. conceived the radio stations, with eight more studio in the near future.A difficult economic times. !
lake home of Lit Nasworthy for a Janet Starling, President and Mrs. S.P.A.C.E. award (an acronym for categories devoted to advertising Houston resident since 1979, I
covered dish! luncheon Wednesday Ann Rieske, SecretaryTreasurer.Provincial Special Presentation Awarding agencies. Neel is married to the former Lucinda -
IV 1st Vice President, Creative Excellence) in order to Neel, who is employed as Creative Sandlin. The couple has a two anda
morning Kate Struth Group Two met in Mrs. James E. Ililmar of celebrate special examples of Services/Production Director at half year old daughter, Natalie. Did You Know. .
Fellowship! (Hall for a salad luncheon Gainesville, Diocesan President, creativity within a medium which. Houston radio station KFMK-FM Keynote speaker and awards
Tuesday Mrs. John McColskey of Jackson- often lends itself to clutter. began his! radio career in 1973 at presenter at the function was legendary Eighteen members and guests' of
:Noha: Middleton morning. Group Three met ville and Mrs. Hugh Burnham, Neel was presented the award in WPXE while a Junior at BUS. He ad man, and humorist/recor- the Methodist Women Sunday School
at the China Kestuarant with eleven Diocesan Vice President of Palatka recognition of The Most Creative worked at WDVH/Gainesville while ding star Stan Frcberg who gained Clas entertained Pat McConnell witha
members Tuesday morning were there to present the chapter Radio Promotional Advertisementof attending the University of Florida, fame from his 1953 recording of "St. birthday luncheon at the Western
Hazel Matthews Group Four met charter and admit the Daughters to 1985-a sixty second announce-- and was subsequently) employed at George and the Dragonet"--a spoofon Steer recently
,II the Bradford Family Kestuarant membership. ment in which Neel electronically WQ1K-FM and WYQJ/Jacksonville, the Dragnet Radio Series, and

Tuesday morning.
Blanche Williams Group Six met
,II the church und travelled togetherto
the Brown Derby in Gainesville
Beth Strickland Group Six met at
the China Kestuarant Wednesday .
Katie Wamwright Group Seven
met at the China Restuarant
Wednesday afternoon for their
'Pleasant Hope ChurchTo

Host Gospel Sing

The Pleasant Hope C.M. Church
located on Hwy. 301-W across from S
& W Muffler Shop will host a gospel
sing Saturday, June 14 at 7:30: p.m.
The featured singers will be the The most distinguished award
Gospel Express from Denton,
Georgia and The Thornton Family.
Pastor J. Harris invites everyone
to attend for excellence

Historical Society To among

Have Guest Speaker

John Dukes professor of history America energy companies
al Santa Fe Community College! will
be guest speaker at the Thursday,
June 19, meeting of the Bradford
County Historical Society at 7:30p :
m in the board room of SFCC
Starke Center. The program, in
charge of Guy Andrews, will concern -
the historical significance of
the Bradford-Union area in relation
lo Florida history.Prospective .
new members are
cordially; invited to attend.

American ..
Legion To

Observe Flag Day ,
American Legion Post 56, Ed-
wards Road, urges all citizens to
observe Flag Day June 14, by flying
the American Flag at their homes
and businesses.The .
Legion Post will hold a flag
creamation at the Post home on
June 14 at 7 p.m. Anyone having old
and/or torn flags are urged to bring has been presented to Florida Power& Light Companyin
them to the Post home by 6:45: p.m. recognition of its quality achievements.On .
for creamation. behalf of our customers, employees and
"This is a chance to take the appropriate stockholders, we take pride in accepting the Edison
action by those who have Award from The Edison Electric Institute.
asked what should be done with torn

flags," Commander Bob Brown .. ..
stated, and we urge participation by
all. The public is invited to attend I .r" .h ., ; 'r APrhi. '.. .
the creamation.
The Post Adjutant, AI Crosby,
went on to say that "The colors of
the flag signify qualities of the
human spirit, which all Americans
strive for: red for hardiness and
courage, white for purity and in-
nonce, and blue for vigilance and
justice. ..(and an) awareness and
appreciation of their nation's ideals,
traditions, development and accomplishments -
are important in Inspiring
and guiding citizens' effortsin
carrying the American legacy in-
to the future."
Those are excellent reasons for
Americans to fly their flags this I I
Flap Day, June 14, and to pro-
minently display our nation's colorsat
every occasion.

Area Residents Enjoy

Guided Bus TourA i
i a
large group from Starke and
Lawtey enjoyed a chartered tour by
Greyhound Bus of Savannah, Ga.,
and Charleston, S.C. from Tuesdaythru
Thursday, May 2729. The group
visited many of the historical sights,
Calloway Gardens and other places
with tour guides in both cities as wellas
a tour of Hilton Head and Paris
Island, S, Carolina.
Those enjoying the tour are as
follows: Ila Helseth, Inez Brice,
Doris Gaskins, all of Lawtey; J.T. &
Chrestine Lawson Al & Violet
Crosby, Barney McRae, Agnes
Heath, Edna Harley, Lois Bennett,
Millie Starling, Shirley Douglas,
Betty Bloodworth, Bernadine q
Earley, Flossie Prescott, Helen 5. %5 !
Cranfill, Lillian Stump, Marjorie t B
Thomson, Joyce Riherd, Evelyn
Griffin, Eula Smith, Irene Hall,
Caroline Keen Pat McConnell, all of
Starke; Chester & Edwina Moody, I bi ,

Lake Keystone Butler.Heighta; Beulah Moody, L1 4

Starke Church of God

Honors Graduates May 31

The Fellowship Hall of the Starke 1 ; 9i
Church of God was the setting for the 6 fs
annual banquet honoring thirteen
graudates May 31 at 6:00: p.m.
The theme was "Over the Rain-
bow." Pictures of each senior was
depicted in rainbows on the door
panels with rainbow coloredballoons
floating around the Hall. A
special program entitled"Down The
Yellow Brick Road" was presentedas :
well as each graduates last will & :;

presented.Each testament graduate. and achievements received a centen-being :ii

nial years Bible of service.marking the church's 100 4 '

Special Guest Speaker for the
evening was Rev. Noland Colkmireof '
White Springs. Pastor Walter r

Montz gave graduates the benediction.The honored. were: f1 : 1 4 k $ t

Karen Martin. Sharon Martin
Marsena Brantley, Irving Meres s !
(graduating with high honors), '
Missy Allen, Kyle Harrison, Jane
Meres, Tammy Morron Tracy
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Cubbettes Lead Women's League With Perfect 13-0 Record .

Cubbettes in first place. Cubbettes 13, KSI 8 F and D 3, Waldo 7 F and D's Bradley, _irnett and mer', Strickland, Honsberger and KSI 10, F and U 20 ''I
Cubbettes lead in the women's June 9, Cubbettes' Butler,U. King Scaff had one hit. Stanford had one hit. Beating KSI 20-10 June 10, F andD's !
league with a 13-0 record. and Jenkins had two hits, J. Beating F and D 7-3 June 5, Bradley,Jeffcort and Polhill had
Other standings: Farmers and Williams, Mack, H. King, K. Waldo's Silvers had two hits, Sapp, KSI 8, Starettes 6 Starettes' Jackson had three hits, three hits, Barnett, Underwood and ,
Dealers 8-5, Waldo 8-7, Starettes 3.13 Williams and Hankerson had one hit. S. Smith, Richards, Cash and E. Beating the Starettes June 5,KS'sMvpr. Kittles had two hits, and Pittman Whitehead had two hits, Crawford j
and KSI 512. KSI's Myers had two hits, M. CrnitH horl nnr hit s Anti F.vAn..11111i two hit. Hnin- had one.seventh.. and D. Scoff had one hit.

Evans, Strickland, Harris, D. Evans
KSI 8, Starettes 6 and
Spencer had hit.
Winning by two runs June 5 one Mets Lead the Pack in Dixie 11
against the Starettes, KSI's Myers Waldo 9, Starettes 4 Majors

and Strickland Evans had Honsberger twu hits,and Hommer Stan-, June 9, Waldo's S. Smith and Seay A 14-2 record puts the Mets in first Astros, 5.9.Braves The first batter walked, second Dodgers' Crawford,Cooper and P.
ford had one hit. had two hits Brackett, Endailey place in the Dixie Major Baseball batter Shannon singled,putting Moody had two hits, W. Moody,
Silvers,Strickland and E. Smith hadone
Starettes' Jackson had three hits, hit. League sponsored by the Starke 10, Dodgers 8 runners on first and third. One run McGahee and McKlnney had one hit. I''
Kittles had two hits, and Pittman Starettes' Thornton, Marshall Recreation Department. Tied at 8 at the end of the sixth inn- was scored on a grounder to first and The Dodgers had nine hits, the I:
had one. Williams and Aaron had hit. Standings: Braves 12-3; Dodgers ing June 10, the Braves scored the an out at second. The eighth run was Braves three.Dodger pitchers walked I
one fi-R: Kxnos 4-9: Bulldogs o-io Anti winning rim in ,h.. ton nt Ih. scored on a passed ball. 14 batters.


Northside the Leader in

I Men's Slow PitchLeading THE RIGHT MIX in 1986 i I i

the Men's Slowpitch Softball Winning 12-6 against Airpark June
sponsored by the Starke 9, Smyrna's Schoening had three
Recreation Department is Northside hits, Russel, Burgin and Dicandiohad The
Baptist with a 14-1 record. two hits, Shannon and Swindell
Other standings: Smyrna, 10-7; had one hit.Airpark's.
Presbyterian, 4-11; Airpark, 4-11; Tracey had two hits,
First Baptist, 5-13; Waldo, 9-5; Underwood, Samons, Olive and
Methodist, 14-1; Jr. Boys, 1-13; Baker had one. Chamber of Commerce
Graham, 7-9; Bayless, 5-13; Sr.
Boys, 8.2FBC Sr. Boys 15, FBC 10
June 5, Sr. Boys Nazworth had
5, Smyrna 6 three hits, Robinson, Wise, Chap-
Winning by one run June 10,Smyr- pell Austin and Huggins had two and YOU
na's Schoening, bungan. Shannon, hits, Jackson and Cruze had one.
Swindell, Hinkle and Norton had one First Baptist Church's McGaheehad B A .
three hits, Warren and Coburn
hit.First Baptist Church's R. McGee, had two, Waters, McGee and Kit The Chamberof
Board of Governors for the Starke-Bradford
Conner, Crosby, E. McGee and D. chens had one. County

Hardee had one hit. Sr. Boys 3, Northside 17 Commerce say thanks to all 335 members of the Chamber. Your

Meth 8, Presby 0 Beating the Sr. Boys 17-3 June 9,
Shutting out Methodist June 10, Northside's Alvarez had three hits, assistance has made our progress possible. With your help, bigger
Methodist's Crawford had four hits, Duncan,Hilliard,Blankenship,Chit-
Stephens and Mundorff had two hits. ty and Cox had two hits, Lewis and and better things will continue to happen to your Chamber of Com-
Presbyterian had no hits. Kelly had one.
Sr. Boys' Brown, Robinson and merce in the months to come.
Smyrna 12, Airpark 6 Crawford had one hit.

n Rangers Take Lead in DixieThe A Special Thanks Goes To

Rangers, with a 15-2 record, Rangers 10, Bandits 5 Our 1986 Chamber
are in the lead in the Dixie Boys Rangers' Jenkins had three hits, Champs. .
baseball league sponsored by the Wiggins scored three runs and Smith
Starke Recreation Department.Other and Sheffield had two hits each to .
standings: Bulls, 13-4; Ban- hand the Bandits their fifth loss of
dits, 10-6; Orioles, 6-7; Mavericks the season June 2. Hersey struck-out I % '
3-13; and Bulldogs, 1-12. 10 to pick up his sixth win of the : L : i' I 1"

season. ". ur:.. ._. '
Rangers 12, Orioles 1 Carver, Hudson and Williams had !'Io"l'" t t:
The Western Steer Rangers retained singles for the Bandits. -\ "I : '.
a two game lead in the Dixie '
Boys league June 9 by beating the Bandits 9, Mavericks 7 ,

Orioles 12-1 in five innings. Jackson and Nichols led a 12 hit \,. ; .
Bo Hersey upped his record to 7-1 Bandit attack May 27 as the winners ,r ,, : 'L \! J '
by holding the Orioles to two hits. scored seven runs in the third inn- "
Francis and Smith had three hits, ing. ',
Wiggins, Hersey, Jenkins and Shef- Walton's single was the only hit off ..... : \
field rapped two hits to lead a 14 hit the Bandit's Hudson. '
attack against the Orioles. 1 .
Rangers 8, Bulls 4 .l
With three regular season games Rangers' Hersey held the Bulls
remaining, the Western Steer scoreless for seven innings May 29 in I r r I I '1
Rangers hold a two game lead over a Ranger-Bull showdown with a nine
the Lawtey Bulls. Tomorrow after strike-out performance.Rangers WELLS MORRIS WILLIAMS RICHARD E. WELTY DON LUEBKELake
noon, (June 13)) the Rangers host the
Francis was 3.4 scoring
Bulldogs at Westside, starting at three runs while Wiggins and Chevy-Olds, Inc. Bradford Furniture, Inc. Attorney at Law DuPont DeNemours & Co.
5:30.: Today, June 12, the Bandits ......
Jenkins were 2-3 and 3-4 respectfully. ..
host the Bulls in a battle for second r.. ..

place at Westside. McNeal led the Bulls with two hits. .. ", ,

Mavericks 8, Rangers 18 Mavericks 8, Bulldogs 5 /
Hatton of the Mavericks had two Mavericks' Gnann picked up a win I
hits June 5, Whitehead, Gnann,
with an 8-5 victory over the Bulldogs .
Powers, Dempsey, Siegmund and June 9. Dowdy had two hits, : .
Dowdy had one hit, Whitehead, Noegel and Gnann had
Rangers' Wiggins and Jenkins had singles as the Mavericks picked up fJj'
three hits, Francis, Hersey, Smith, their third win of the season.
Sheffield and Alday had two hits and Crawford had two singles for the :

Bowen had one hit. Bulldogs. s. /

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school at Bradford High Report Cards...
School for 1986 is set to begin June 23 Parents are encouraged to pick up KEN TEAL RAY NORMAN J.E. TOMLINSON ROGER JONESTeal

and continue through July 31 John, accor-Ar- student's report cards to determineif Tile & Carpet, Inc. Community State Bank Fl. Nat'l. Bank at Starke Griffin Industries, Inc.
ding to Assistant Principal the student needs to attend sum-
thur Reddish. mer school. Report cards may be
July 3 and 4 will be holidays. The picked up at the front office June 16. .
student day will be five hours in All summer school courses,except
length beginning at 8:30a.m.and en- physical education and driver
ding at 2 p.m.A education, are for remediation of
student may not miss more than failed coursework.A .
three days for any reason without minimum of 15 students is required -
losing credit. Discipline problemswill for.,the establishment of a
be handled by sending the student class. For more information, call
home. Bradford High School, 9646092.

Graduationfrom 2i
Honor Graduates... v Ar
( page 1A) Seven seniors graduated with
high honors, meaning they compiled
Diplomas Awarded... grade point averages of 3.5 or
The large crowd watched quietlyas higher. They are: ,
Valedictorian Terese Richardson,
the 200 students marched across
the stage to receive their diplomas.Dr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al STEVE FUTCH STEVE DENMARK DR. LEN SCHlOFMANDewitt
Al Rother greeted each student Richardson of Santa Fe Lake.
C. Jones Home Denmark Furniture Optometrist
and awarded medallions to the Salutatorian Rusty Nail, son of Funeral
graduates. Commander Moore Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Nail of
shook the hand of each graduate. Lawtey.
Class sponsor Robin McNelley call- Marsenna L. Brantley, daughterof Your Support is Greatly Appreciated. Be
ed out the names, and Supt. Jim Mr. and Mrs. John Brantley of
Duncan flipped the tassels on the Starke.
hats of the from the left to Class President Tracie LeAnn
graduates Mix in 1986 !
the right side, the traditional markof Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ted a Part of the Right
a graduating senior.In Clark of Starke.
addition, valedictorian Terese James Franklin Hayes, son of
Richardson,salutatorian Rusty Nail Mrs. Carolyn Hayes of Starke. JOIN THE 335
and school board members Judy Lynn Holtzendorf, daughter of Mr.
Becker, Len Schlofman, Rodney und Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf of Starke.
Hall, and J.T. Parrish were also Karen R. Martin, daughter of Mr. BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO
seated on the state. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey.
Honor graduates, with a grade

The Celebration Begins... point Kelliene average Ann Baldwin of 3.0 ,to Donna 3.5, are Kay: ARE MAKING YOUR STARKE-BRADFORD

Until almost the end,the crowd remained Barker,Larry W. Barnhill,Amy Lee
quiet, with only shouts of Clark Allison Sue Denmark, Venus COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE \
support for individuals. punctuatingthe Doughman, Joseph E. Griffis.
proceedings.Then Mellissa P. Griffis, Erika Lee
firecrackers burst out, one Gruen, Edward L. Hall, Irie John A SUCCESS !
bunch going off in the midst of the Hamilton, Sharon D. Martin, Tonja
seated graduates,who headed out of
Shea McCloud, Theresa P. Me-
the way fast.Dr.Rother. Collum, Irving T. Meres, Jr., ,

Commander apologized Moore and profusely the parents to, O'Steen Katherine, L.Stacey O'Hearn Joe, Richard Parrish Lee, Chamber Office Located at the Corner of Hwy. 100 & Walnut Street Starke j!

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Tomlinson and for the benedictionby Michelle Ann Watkins, Melissa S. i
class member Allison Denmark. Williams, and James Phillip Wilson. I'I'''

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Mark Frledlin drive during the lunch hour in the k I
BCT Staff WriterIt cafeteria.The II
was a moving sight last Thursdayat students wanted to express
Bradford Middle School as students their concern for Adam and show how I
took time out from their busy activities much they cared through Thursday's I
on the next to the 1st day at demonstration, said Principal
school to form a giant ring around the Charles Hall.
school building for a charitable cause. Adam was enroute to Shands
The "Hands Around Bradford Mid- Teaching Hospital for a treatment
dle School" was formed as a finale to Thursday morning but was able to be :
a fund-raising effort and to show their present for the students circling the
support for little Adam Hardy, who is building.
fighting a battle against a deadly Last fall a lump was found under
form of cancer. Adams left arm, and cancer was
The 800-plus middle school students diagnosed by doctors in charge at Y w :,'r. _
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were brought together through a com- Shands Teaching Hospital in M
bined effort of students and staff who Gainesville.
had been collecting money for Adam Adam has been undergoing Ring Around The School... around the school Thursday to show their support for a fund-raising effort
and his family. A gift of $400 was chemotherapy since last Fall and is Students at Bradford Middle School formed a giant human chain for a seriously ill local youngster Adam (lardy.American .
presented to them at the culminationof currently undergoing a new treat
the event. ment at the same hospital.
The BMS Student Council, with Adams parents are Mr. and Mrs.
sponsors Melba Johnson and Rick Don Hardy of Starke.Don is a teacher
Ezzell, had been conducting the fund See_Page I!

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]B.C. E opoJist.hps' fresh ideas for Dairy Monthby c 1 JJJO t w 'RJNA

Diann Douglas Combine 1/2 package of cream into crust. Arrange fruit on cream I cup finely chopped nuts : "-
H-U Home Economist cheese and margarine, mixing until cheese mixture and brush total with 1 cup mayonnaise RestaurantMandarin
June is national dairy month. You well blended. Add flour and salt.Mix combined preserves and water 1 small onion finely grated
may wonder why so much attentionis well. Form into a ball chill on lightly Chill. Yields 10 servings. black pepper and a dash of cayenne & Szechuan Cuisine
given to dairy products. After all, floured surface and then roll into strawberry preserves (optional) 964.7681
they are just foods made from milk. 14 inch circle.
Some people may wonder if it's justa Cheese Ring Combine all ingredients except 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Rena Motel))
publicity scheme from dairy producers preserves, season to taste with pep-
Place in 12-inch pizza pan. Prick The following recipe was judged per. Mix well and place in a 5 or 6 Father's Day Sunday, June 15
The fact is, dairy products com- bottom and sides with fork. Bake at best in the youth snack division and cup lightly greased ring mold. cIs
pose one of the basic four food 425 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes or was submitted by Lisa Mosley of Refirgerate until firm- for several Give Dad a Treat
groups. They provide essential until golden brown. Combine remaining Starke. hours or overnight. To serve un- \
vitamins and minerals necessary for cream cheese, sugar and mold, and if desired fill center with l All Dinners 10 % off
health. They also supply over 70 percent juice, mixing until well blended. 1 pound grated sharp Cheddar strawberry preserves,or serve plain '.
of the calcium in the American Fold in whipped cream and spoon cheese with crackers. .
food supply. ,
Calcium is vital to the growth and
maintenance of bones and teeth. It
assists in blood clotting and pro-
motes proper functioning of nerves 2&TtiA W-D BRAND
and muscles, including the heart.It U.S. CHOICE STEAK FOR DAD I
is also a fact that Americans do
not consume enough from the dairy
group to meet the minimum re .
quirements for calcium in their diet .J THIS FATHER'S DAY
and that can be traced back to a low PRICES GOOD

intake When of you milk mention products.dairy foods, ("' ': .'! FEDERAL A MEAL FIT FOR A KING! JUNE THURS.12 --18 WED., 1986, ,

milk is the first thing that comes to Fool
mind. And the average person: is "JIK' ) 6TAMFS
often bored with the idea ot drinking ...-- NOW AT WINN-DIXIE Now Bingo is more fun

three most glasses people of don't milk realize each day.is What that iii r-------y WIN U P TO $1,000 .end jys 0..!SX&_!..
dairy foods encompass a wide rangeof III mofMwMwino,coupon'Bo.wop on o w>d MWINN
JUNE Dufll AmonMt upiintMIMUM
products.It WHEN YOU PLAY .
little to 12 18, _
only takes a imagination re w -
come up with creative ways of incor- I MANUFACTURER'S I 1986 ._a?==..,.::Ei"==
porating dairy foods in family ...._NM.rK.wl'_".___
meals. Each year the Extension Ser- =-
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meal preparation.Local PONS ... j i ====--:::=::=-

winners proved that dairy 1 WEEK lOVER -....-
foods can be included in a variety of -=-=::.......-
dishes; casseroles, vegetables, :;;fir"t ,
salads snacks.
The or following are the winning DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE E.nwraNDUm, ., I I-f m I
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Confetti CasseroleThe

following recipe won the
award for best main dish recipe and
was submitted by Jenny Black of
sm/s so All WEETES : ; .
1 and 1/2 Ibs. ground beef chuck Au. JT Ee .. '.. JO DANO'SPIZZA SMOKED
1/2 cup chopped onion HAWAIIAN ORANGE HAMS
3cup milk ; '
I ((8 oz.) package cream cheese PUNCH JUICE PzB
2 ((12 oz.) cans whole kernal corn
with red and green peppers
1/2 cup diced canned pimento '
1 can cream of mushroom soup 64 oz 64-01. 99C 1 L&
1 and 1/2 teaspoons salt SIZE
LImN with
SIZE a 11,00 or
1/4 teaspoon pepper more pureha..ul ell.,
1 ((8 oz.) package medium noodles II1,
Icup shredded parmesan! cheese LaLaWW.La WO

Brown beef in large skillet. Add
onion and saute until tender. Drain
off excess fat. Stir in milk. Add of h I qi a
cream cheese and stir until smooth. ALL VARIETIES -
Mix in corn pimento, soup, salt, i COCA COLA + U. L CHOICID
pepper and noodles. ntt
Place in large casserole and DB iioil
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sprinkle top with cheese. Bake in
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45 minutes, or until hot and bubbly.
Place under broiler to brown, if
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following recipe was judged CORN 1
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category nette Rowe and of was Starke.submitted by An- BUSCH BEER REGULARBEEFpJUMBOlZ

1/2 cup pecans 2 8Sc PK. $ 99 W-D BRAND $398

16 ounces cream cheese CANS l CANS FRANKS tor

1 can, large crushed pineapple _
IB large marshmallows
Icup milk
1 package family jello LATH AU VARIITIIS ( mO.)

Make jello according to package DEL MONTE SALAD 38c GNUARTERS.L..
directions as part using of the juice liquid from required.Melt pineapple C CATSUP . 31R FIUH iaNARVIST

milk. Beat cream cheese until soft BETTY CROCKER $1 39 Arm, & Hammer FLORIDA IU $100 SMOKEDHAM
and add all other ingredients and I I 99c CARROTS BAGS 78c
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Rainbow Pizza I SMOKED
79c 2 $100 8Sc
The following recipe won the top FLOUR DOG FOOD ores RGARIMECOCONIR HAM o. 0'0 La
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2 (8 OZ) packages cream cheese CEREAL 0 0 0 BREAD CREAM PIES. & 1 ROAST 0 0 La I

1/2 cup margarine
1 and 1/4 cups flour
I/I teaspoon sail
1/3 cup sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
I cup whipping cream whipped

Assorted Fruit
1/4 cup apricot preserves
I tablespoon water


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Forms For KH Tennis Tourney Available Now

Sign-ups for the July 4th Our Coun- celebration in and around the public The price for registration in the I''
try Day'Tennis tournament began park next to Lake Geneva which in- tourney is $5 per person for singlesand II
Tuesday, June 10 with registration cludes a parade, a Fun Run, skiing $7.50 for each doubles team. I
forms available at the Keystone show by the award winning Lily Telegraph offices on Call Street In :
Heights City Hall and at the Lake Lake Ski Club, and a fireworks showas Starke and at the Union County I
Region Monitor office on Lawrenre the evening's grand finale. times office in Lake Butler. It I
Blvd. Registration forms for Bradfordand Mark Friedlin is tourney chairman -
The event coincides with the an- Union County residents are For further information on the
r nual Our Country Day July 4th available at the Bradford County event call him at 964-6305 or 4734380. I'e I I'
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Starke Optometrist Leonard Schlofman made an indelighting the students with his demonstration of the ee
formative visit to the students in Miss Kitty Denmark's structure of the human eye. e Wanted Alive :
class at Lawtey Elementary School last week, a- v n X41

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Lawtey Elementary Students Get If.

OPEN: Monday thru Saturday 4 pm Iii 2 am :

An Eyeful With Local Optometristby e

Hwy 301 (North Waldo) f..
John Sturges The doctor gave the students determined effort to squeeze in to f.
BCT CorrespondentThe several short lectures on certain get a better view of the specimensand Phone 468-1641
students of Lawtey Elementary parts of the eye and would later quiz the demonstration. ss .
were given an instructional the students on what he had talked Students were shown examples of
show-and-tell of sorts last week about. The students enthusiasticallyshouted the lens, the iris, and the various
when Bradford County Optometrist answers in response to Dr. nerves and muscles that control the
Leonard Schlofman brought his cow Schlofman's questions.The light and body of the eye which
eyes and know-how into Mrs. Kitty meeting between the doctor allows. us to view our world around
Denmark's LES classroom.Dr. and class was exciting, with the kids us.
Schlofman gave the kids an in- screaming, squealing and making a See Page 12 \
depth 'look' into the ways living
animals see and the complexity of _
human sight compared to other
animals, and the different parts of
the eye that construct visual images
within the human brain. \
Most of the class was elated with
the presentation and had plenty of
questions and comments, althoughfor
graphic.some the scene was a little too g; cNp'io-

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Paternal Grandparents are Mr. Y d -- few of the styles to choose from.
and Mrs. Roy Dicks of Lake City. I many
Graveside services were he 11 i $178

Thursday, May 29 at Elzey Chapel ___ .
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,. Two Minor; Injuries .

....- In Tuesday Accident


An accident June 10 at 3:40: p.m. cordin to Trooper J. H Horler.
near the intersection of SR-16 and Belvms and a passenger in her
\ X.. CR-225,sent two women to Bradford vehicle, Virginia Randolph, 60, of
,, Hospital.A Starke were taken to Bradford by
Rescue 60 where they were treated
1 1977 Oldsmobile driven by Alvy and released, according to
E. Booth, 39, of Starke was east- Paramedics Jerrell Johnson and
"" ,.. bound on CR-225, stopped for the Scott Taylor.
: stop sign at the intersection and then Booth was cited for violation of
o .. turned left into the path of a vehicle.A right of way, according to Trooper-
v: 1978 Datsun southbound on SR-16, Horler.
driven by Clara Belvins, 67, of Damage to the Oldsmobile was
Raiford struck the Oldsmobile, acHenderson $500,damage to the Datsun was$600.

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Phase Pr Mok,1.4U.

I No Tag Charges Now Sends Drivers to Traffic Court in Bradford CountyThe I

following defendants appeared Randy K. Barnett pled guilty no Lucy H.Harvey pled guilty no tag; Docket Day CalendarOnly was sentenced to serve wilful-wanton reckless driving, he
before Judge George H. tag; fined$50.75. produced valid tag and pay $49.50. defendant who appearedon five days in jail.Henderson was sentenced to serve fives days in I
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic Barnett pled guilty DWI; fined Donald M. Cribbs pled guilty one _also pled! guilty to jail.
the docket calendar received
$362, license suspended six months,
Criminal Court June 3. DWLS; produce valid license and .
final disposition. -sue ssiii assassn. nr -- anal e
must attend DWI school, 50 hours -
Marvin Pnckett
Joseph pled guiltyno pay
tag; ordered n pay $49.50 court com.nunif.y work under Salvation E.Cohens,Sr. pled no contest Tony to fleeing Lamar& attempting Henderson pled to elude guilty THERE'S A NEW FURNITURE OUTLET II [
costs. Array supervision.Lee NVDL; produce valid license and ; i
John H. Carvel pied no contest W. Lewis pled guilty wilful- pay $49.50. IN TOWN -
driving while license suspended wanton reckless driving; fined Sandra S. Stewart pled guilty no Band R ;; I II II
(DWLS); produced valid license and $105.75. tag; producded valid tag, ordered to I Located at 1. I
ordered to pay $49.50 court costs. Lewis pled guilty DWLS; orderedto pay $10. Mobile Home I y' K
Eric L. Vaccaro pled guilty ex- produce valid license and pay Rachel H. Garrison pled guilty no Movers OLIN'S I
pired tag; ordered to pay $49.50 $49.50. tag; ordered to pay $49.50 court Reasonable I
court costs.Vaccaro costs.
pled guilty DWLS; fined Teresa W. Weems pled guilty improper Garrison pled guilty careless drivIng FREE ESTIMATES I I
$100 75 tag; dismissed. ; fined$41.50. Hwy. 100W. -Starke .
WPems pled guilty unlawful David C. Trahan pled guilty ex- "
Robert A Spraling pled no contest speed; fined $71.50. pired tag; produced tag, ordered to 659-2492 featuring Financing Available I I.
improper tag; costs suspended. Tonny G. Coulson pled guilty no pay $10 court costs. I
James D Sapp pled guilty driving valid drivers license; producedvalid Ray T. Bell pled guilty leaving or ALL NEW FURNITURE
while intoxicated (DWI); dismissed. license from Minn., ordered to scene of accident; fined $105.75. "THIS IS NOT 'TRAILER' FURNITURE! I
Edwina L Byrd pled guilty expired and produce valid Florida Alexander T. Proctor pled guilty 659-2024 I
driver license; produced valid license. DWLS; produce valid license and Florahome Call 964-5606 for more Information TPYasvase
license ordered to pay $10 court Coulson pled guilty no tag; pro- pay $49.50 court costs. -. I:_ e--e --- -- -- --- -/NE taliI --0
costs. duced valid tag; dismissed. Proctor pled guilty speed; orderedto 31ORIAN
Thomas Drawd pled guilty expired James E Olive pled guilty NVDL; pay $28.50 court costs.
driver license produce valid produced valid license. ordered to Proctor charged with failed to ex-
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News BriefsBrooker

Man Critical Traffic Violations The state Supreme Court reversedthe Nine runs were made by the back- vehicle accident. One patient was in responded to nine calls during the
death sentence in November and up unit. One assist was given by an emotional crisis month of May, according to Chap- [I
Barbara J. Smith of Lakeland ,
After Car was Rescue 60. One made aircraft \
OverturnsTwo ordered a new sentencing hearing. run was to an man.
arrested June 9 for driving while Toole had been sentenced die for The majority of the patients, 41, accident, four calls were cancelledand Four calls were to structure fires,
young men were injured Mon license suspended (DWLS), accor- the Jan. 4, 1982, fire at a Jackson- were taken to Bradford Hospital.Ten three were false alarms. three were brush fires, one call was
day when they were thrown from a ding to Patrolman Kathy Best. ville boarding house that killed were taken to Alachua General cancelled and one was a false alarm.
car just before it Smith also with expiredtag. Qll-10
overturned north of was charged Nicholas Hospital, six to North Florida
{E.Fairbanks, according to Trooper T. Bond was set at$251.50,she was George Toole also is Sonneberg.serving a life Regional Hospital and two patientsto The Quick Response Unit 10 Rescue 964-6161
Stebbins. released on her own recognizance. the VA,all in .
sentence for the 1983 murder of Ada Gainesville. Five patients -
21-year-old Larry Rolling of Mildred Johnson of Tallahassee. were taken to the Ctr
19, Reception Lawn & Garden
Brooker was driving north on CR-225 William Kenefick Day, Jr. of Medical Center in Lake Butler. One :
just after 2 p.m. when the car Melrose was arrested June 6 for patient was taken to Baptist and one LORIDA 539 E. Cat I St.-Starke
started to go off the shoulder of the DWLS and no tag, according to In- Bradford Rescue to Memorial Hospital, both in PEST 9-6 Sat. 8-6 964-5745
road, David Aderholt. Day was
according to Trooper Stebbins. vestigator Jacksonville.The .
When Rolling overcorrected, his released after'a $210 cash bond was !May Run Report majority of the calls,23,were 'ONTROL'tCHEMICAl J 1
1971 Ford slid sideways on the left posted. Bradford County Rescue again illness related. Fourteen calls were \ ,
side of the road and overturned,said responded to more than 100 calls. to cardiac patients and four patientswere CO
Stebbins. Margaret Elizabeth Dougherty, During May total of 101 runs were suffering from respiratory pro-
Rolling was thrown from the car 21, of Starke was arrested June 5 o.i made, according to Supervisor of blems. Two calls were to obstretic
and is in critical condition in a capias from Clay County charging Emergency Services Cliff Chapman. patients.Twelve.
Alachua General Hospital. An violation of probation for DWLS, according 67 runs required the transportingof calls were to people In
18-year-old passenger in the car, to Investigator Aderholt. 70 patients 34 runs required no trauma and ten calls were to people
Darrell Sunmer, was also thrown She was released after a $252 surety transporting.( suffering trauma resulting from a
from the car and injured. Sumnerwas bond was posted. 111 -.
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listed in fair condition at AGH.A .
third passenger in the car, Starke Police Dept. ., 1' T Be Wise .
James Lewis, 17, of Brooker was not
thrown from the car and escaped injury Makes Changes ShopPRICEWISE

said Stebbins. Captain W. S. 'Scotty' Rhoden is 9 I
officially the assistant chief of policein
Recent ArrestsIn Starke. Richard Bennett has been
Bradford CountyThe made captain and Greg Nichols has / I '
been made lieutenant. These off
following arrests were madein changes were effective June 2.
Bradford County by local A new patrolman has been hired
authorities. by the department. Ray Shuford of Model #20684 GTS
Law ley, is fully qualified and will 21" cut, self propelled
Evelyn Kelly Conner of Starkewas report to duty Thursday morning, Kentucky BBC, 2 cycle engineReg.549.95
arrested June 8 for trespassingafter according to Rhoden.Shuford will be Tavern Crown
warning, according to Sgt. W. replacing Patrolman Darrell B Cutty ,,
C. Reno. Conner had been issued a Williams who resigned for personal LTR Royal Sark
trespass warning earlier in the day, reasons. _. ums+e
said Reno. She was released to be 685 "" "'''!' \
returned upon completion of the Death Row InmateResentenced 10 '21 a month
treatment center. Bond was set at 1279 999' to qualified buyers.
$157.50. to Life t.X3 ..t :'
Ottis Elwood Toole one-time .- .. .. '2-YEIR
a : >:..: EMIT
James David McDaniel, 20, was companion of mass murdered Henry =WARRANTY'= GUARANTEED TO START
arrested June 7 on warrants from
Lee Lucas, was ordered to serve a
AvrLi or
Orange County, accoding to Deputy life prison term Monday after prosecutors
Sammy Eunice. Bond was set at decided not to seek the For 2 Years or Toro will fix it Free
$2,189 for the charges of contempt, death penalty at his resentencing fora
McDaniel was to be picked up by 1982 arson murder. '75 Off
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Toole, 38, will be removed from Schenley 21" cut self propelled reg.509.99 . .. .. Sale 434951111f2
death row at Florida State Prison = onth
Edward Lee of Starke was arrested and will be returned to the general Gordons Vodka '75 Off .
June 9 for disorderly Intoxication prison population. Malibu Model 20620 cycle GTS 3495 IIIIfi20I
according to Patrolman John Toole and Lucas, who has been Gin LTR 21" cut self propelled zone start reg. 509.95 Sale '" month
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Raymond Randolph was arrested claimed involvement in more than 769 IM1 *
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June 9 on a violation of probation 360 murders nationwide, but now cycle
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Head Start Office Hosts tQ .


Annual Celebration

Wy Mark Kriedlin ing from Sanderson, Maaclenny ,
IH'T Staff Writer Glen St. Marys, Lake Butler, r? \ Zy p yl 4y
Lively children filled an overflowing Haiford\ Providence Starke. .
softball field at the old RJE Lawtey, Keystone Heights and K. ,
hoot building in Starke late last Margarctta. Parents were also on + .r 1 i! Yyn r K ; tM}
month. for the Starke Head Start hand to help with the festivities and % y Y ?
. .-filer's Third Annual May Day guide their charges through the different -
i clebration and activities.The events.
kids enjoyed games and com- Some of the activities enjoyed by
: .'nionship as the hard-working the children included the ever-
t Mead Start staff put together a rous- popular sack race relay, which
ng day enjoyed by over 200 children resulted in more tumbles than trips
i--om+ Bradford and Union Counties. across the finish line, planting the
"It was a big success this year," May Pole, a painted pole covered by
.immented coordinator Jessie brightly covered streamers, which
i cnkins.< "We were also lucky to wound around and around "until
Save, the help of the Head Start staff they all fell down", a water relay
"'om the Jacksonville ad- which hit the spot on a warm after
'.unibtrative offices as well. With all noon, "fishing' for letters out of a
.iese children involved we needed big barrel, and a rousing game of
he help. This event has grown quitebit musical chairs.
in the past two years." "We are very proud to be the host
Students from a broad range of county for the May Day activitiesSee
eas participated in the event,com- Page 13

field during the local Head Start office's annual May
"We are the World" rang out on the KJK Softball Day celebration.

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The offices of Dr. Knouse and Dr. follotk
are pleased to announce their participation in

GLADYS ELIZABETH Ralph, Robert and Bennie of Funeral Home in charge of ar Blue Cross and Blue Shield's
MOOTY Raiford, Cleo, Osteen, Freeman, rangements.
Mrs Jacksonville, Rev. David Elebee, Preferred Patient Care Program (P.P.C.)
Gladys Elizabeth Mooty, 74, Callahan; four daughters, Onnie M. Etna Christmas Dixon
died Thursday, June 5, in Alachua McDonald and Winnie Alexander, Effective April 1 15, 1986
General Hospital after a long illness. Mrs. Etna Christmas Dixon, 66, of
Raiford, Jessie Mae Lewis, Doris Starke, died Friday, June 6, at her
Hayes, Ocala; one brother, Rev. home following a long illness.
Mrs. Mooty came to Starke in 1947
from Highland Park', Illinois where Ralph Hathcock, Jacksonville; two Mrs. Dixon was born in Rochelle, Bruce Pollock M.D. Mark C. Knouse, M.D.
sisters, Mrs. Briney Mae Timmons,
Georgia 7 1920. She
on May was a
she was born. She was social (lInml laurel Certified
page Ocala, Mrs Serena Allbritton, homemaker and a member of Certified
editor for the Bradford County Raiford; forty-four grandchildrenand Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. Anu'riKin lined/ o/ f'omivirncrnl /: l'rllt'IICC American RonrJnienal\ Medicine
Telegraph for 35 years, and was active .
In the women's organization of 59 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Survivors include two daughters, ( Adult! and IVdintrii.I Mcduine ( "IINnlll1lernal McdiiincAdiili'MCni

the First United Methodist Church. services will be held Tonda Patricia Dixon Donaldson Vial, Laurens, Gainesville, S.C.;; I.iniilv PlnuniMK and OffncVC'tll ( OVllelolollY mid Adult Mi'dunl Illness

Saturday, June 14 at 1:00: p.m. in the one son, Roger D. Dixon, Greenville, C'luM Care and I liiiMmcir nIZIII It)t%'
She was the widow of the late Magnolia Baptist Church in Raiford. SC : two brothers. James A. e OrihopvJu Trauma
Harry Mooty, and is survived by a Rev. Mack Edwards and Rev.
daughter, Gerri Thornton, San Daniel Bright will be conducting the
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Calif. ) "" in i my' 'II 111 "II'g r\ iniir"
Diego, and a brother, N. Lee services. Interment will be in Five
Udell of West Bend Wise. Sapplin Cemetery in Raiford under
the direction of Haile Funeral Homeof
A Memorial service was held Starke. tr st ,
Saturday, June 7, at 2 p.m. in the
Methodist Church, conducted by the J$ N't &, ,W .. f, dy
Bessie Mae ThomasMrs.
pastor, Rev. Ballard Wilson.
The family has requested that expressions Bessie Mae Thomas, 67, of
of sympathy be made as Palatka, died Sunday, June 8, at "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR "
donations to the First United home following a long illness. PRICE..QUALITY..SERVICE!
Methodist Church, or the American Mrs. Thomas, born July 13, 1918,
! Diabetes Association. was a widow and a native of s.y
j LaCrosse, Florida She moved to .
THOMAS JACKSON Palatka 20 years ago from Starke,
j and was a member of Lemon
I BISHOPMr. Heights Baptist Church in Palatka. NORMAN'SQUAMi1TT
Thomas Jackson (T.J.)
Bishop, 69, of Lake Butler, died Survivors include one son, Ray
Wednesday, June 4 in the Shands Griffis, Palatka; six daughters, Bet-
Teaching Hospital after an extended ty Thornton, Starke; Lindell Shep-
illness. perd, Jacksonville Beach; Sandra AIBNTSAESEAYED .
Mr. Bishop was born in Columbia Jackson, Gainesville; Lillian
County and lived most of his life in Weldon Orange Park; Sharon
Union County. He was a farmer anda Foster, Jacksonville; Fay Griffis, WE
member of the Faith Baptist Jacksonville Beach; two sisters, MARKET
Church of Lake Butler. Della Balkcom, Palatka; Mattie '
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Smith, Melrose; fourteen grand- ACCEPT ; ",
Geneva Taylor Bishop; one children and three great-
daughter, Ginny Langford, Lake grandchildren. .h FOOD l
Butler; one step-daughter, Joan Funeral services were held Tues- "THE STORE THAT ELIMINATES SALE PRICES
Welch, Lake Butler; three sons day, June 10, at Johnson-Davis STAMPS GOOD THRU ,
Dan, Woodbine, Ga., Kenny and Funeral Home in Palatka. Rev. R. THE WAREHOUSE & THE MIDDLEMAN" WED.. JUNE 18
Clinton, both of Lake Butler; 2 step- V. Hogart conducted the services.
sons, Gerald Dicks, Lake Butler,Joe Burial was in Palatka Memorial '
Dicks, Jacksonville; two sisters, Gardens with Johnson-Davis STARKE (Across from Western Steer)
Beulah Tyre, Lake City, Katy Mc- U.S. 301 South Phone 9646071TREE I Iv
Culloughs, Mt. Dora; seventeen
grandchildren and eight grand-

Funeral services were held Friday Starke 964-5451
June 6, in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home with Rev. John Hillis Open Every Nighty
officiating. Interment was in Mt. -- II
Zion Cemetery under the direction of j sfTrio SP IAL--1 i I M
Archer Funeral Home. | Sal. & Sun. 5:00: Showing'L RIPENED

.Tuesday. _Showings_ _! j "t SOUTH CAROLINA ROYAL RED A'
Now Showing
Mrs Rosa Lee Alexander, of MEDIUM
Raiford, died Wednesday, June 4, in CHUCK ROAST PEACHES
Shands Hospital in Gainesville. SCHWIRZEliliGERIRAI SHRIMP
Survivors include her husband, : 4 IBS. FOR ,
Sam Alexander seven sons L.J., '

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lucky numbers and dates,where to find lost TOMATOES
articles, how to remove a curse or the evil Fri., Sat., Sun., ,
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Slotor Sophie Rijlino Succeeds Where Pretty In Pink
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1982 FORD EXP: AM 'FM radio, cassette FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIESOWN JrttIil1
AC ted sports car, good cond $2800. LINK FENCE: Installed Free !jarREALTY

for ,info call 964 5812, ask for ten 15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make oiler on estimates Handy.Man Fence Co YOUR OWN Jean. ,
Owner 964 BSS9 tin Sportswear
5 l Ice Tommy Reddish.
one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Sales. ladies ,
1968 C-SO FLAT BED truck, Chevy. Detroitdeselengme 904.964 5606 6/6 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors windowsetc. apparel childrenft/moternity
tfnchg sizes, danceweor
large ,
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY petit or accessories
duty trailer speed Sell axle together; also3oxleheavy or 1914 DESTINY MH with fireplace. I 964 6078 Orders also taken In Lake store Jordoche Chic Lee t ? k F 1l ....
Bedroom and more. Take over Levi), l/od Gltano, Guess, Calvin Klein,
separately 964.7994. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 payments. Call 782.3358 alter 6 p.m. Butler. 496.3079 and Keystone Heights Sergio. Valente Evan Pirone, Liz PHONE 964.7776 m-
IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS for $44 3/20 If 473-4973 2/26 tin
Claiborne, Member Gasoline, 205 N. Starke
the U.S. Government?Get the
through LAND & TRAILER: 3 Br., 2 Ba.. 12 X 72, Heolthtex Cherokee over 1000 .
fact todoyi Call 312-742-1142. ext. 3 1/2 ton central YOUR BUSINESS CECELIA TERWILLEGAR -
new air/heat carpet others $14,300 to $25,900 ,
WANT TO STOP? Inventory
609 5 22 41pd 6/12
on 1,06 acres on CR 16W. 16000. training fixtures, ,
CAN YOU BUY Jeeps and cars and 4x4'* Good rental property currently rented THAT'S OURS can open 15 days.grand Mr. Loughlin opening ((612)etc ) Today and always, may God bestowii "lovn on you.

seized 'in drug raids for under $100? for $250 monthly. Ph. 964.8970. 6/5 Alcoholics Anonymous B88 6555. Itpd 6/12 I The friendship of those we servo is the foundation oj our
rail for facts today! ((615)) 269.6701. 964.4150.964.6894.964.6219pd
thru 8/15 business opportunity progress: .
wit 815 lean 86.168
1985 FLEETWOOD MH AC. carpet, ceiling ol' the decade"Distribute
1973 CHEVY PU. 350. speed. LWB, SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes
fan, 200 amp box 100 ga. gas tank, Telephones. FCC ruling abolished MaBell's SPECIAL
oiled and $15. Used
$/50 964 6152. 6/12 2tpd 6/19 cleaned adjusted
1979 CAPRI new engine, tires & paint, on rented lot. 964-4479 or 7823052. sewing machines for sale. James pay phone monopoly. $60,000 a HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonlpl
6/12 1
AC AM/FM. Coll 964.5544 Itchg Strickland corner Morgan Kd and Hwy year possible with $2.0OO Investment home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedroom
Anytime 2 bothi-opprox. 2700
Call tq.
1913 AMERICAN MH 12 X 52, 2 Br., 1 Aaron Communications
$2500 NEG 16. Starke. 964 8733. 12/STF
6/12ltpd Ba., kitchen dining room living room. HANDYMAN: painting electrical 405.360.4062 6/5 4tchg 6/26 ft.-10.09 acres-man omonltloi.
$3,000. Coll after carpentry OPEN YOUR OWN
5 pm weekdays beautiful chlldrens
MOTORCYCLES 782-3461 or on weekends anytime Reasonable complete rates. Licensed contractor repair store Nationally known brands, ....AMONG OUR SUPERB OFFERINGS.:..

.6/12 Itpd Call Mitch. 473.3940, 1/9TF Health Tex Donmoor Lee, Levi, Chic, 'LOCATION. LOCATION LOCATION 165' on 301 by Econo
Her Majesty Nonnette Feltman and
LAND more. $13,900 includes
i'g luggage rock,, good tires, 4 to 1 ex. phases obedience, personal protection beginning
ciuit extras, $850. cash. 9644284. show ring. Experienced all Inventory-tralning-lixtures-grond : 438 Acres in South Bradford County Partially sub

ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement breeds. 964-S732 or 9647100. 3/13 TF opening. Prestige promotions Fashions and round 501-3298327 trip airfare divided, highway frontage close to school $1,000 per acre.

-I YARD SALESYARD $3,500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call TIRED. OF PAINTING YOUR HOME? Call 6/12 Itpd Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
964 6766, Homes Beautiful' of N. Fla.
9645606. 1/03 tin $500 $10,000 MONTHLY Independent PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington.
We will tell how to avoid lob
SALE Saturday, June 14, starts at 9 ONE ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Road: you distributors needed In Im
o in Furniture clothes, householditems $3,000, no down payment. $70 per mo. and increase the value of your home mediately. Part time or your full time.area Notional South of SR 16, 262.5' on Hwy. 301 105' on Washington St.

1325 Bessent Road. 6/12 Itchg Call 9645606. 1/03 tin 5/1TF support, no experience $97,500 with $15,000 down.
FLEA MARKET: 301 Drive-In Theatre LOT IN CITY: $6,000. Call 964.5764; alter I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT in 6/12 my home necessary training provided. Call Ed PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
very Saturday/Sunday. Concession 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tin days 964-7321 6/5 2tchg ((486 4303. lean 86-173
thousand four hundred six ft. in with 150' Hwy
LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rates Mostlawns forty sq. Bldg. on
und restrooms open. Have your yard 1 3/4 ACRES off 227. 4000. $200 down. DRY CLEANERS 2 plants 1 drop. Citrus
safe with us 6/12 tin $75 per month. 964.5606. 5/8TF $15. Phone 964 4238. 5/8 TF County. $300,000 yearly. ((904)) 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars.

YARD SALE: Saturday June 14, 9am 2 2 1/4 ACRES CR IS, Hampton. Pecan, FOR LITTLE GIRLS ONLY. I will keep your 726.5574, Icon 86.174COMMERCIAL GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 301 N. by Powell's Dairy
household items, high chair & etc. persimmon trees. Will accept little girl age 4.6. Country at
pin pear Freeze 200 ft. 301 1.61 125000.
mosphere. Breakfast, Lunch 2 snacks on Hwy opprox. acres,
tome out 16 towards prison turn lefton any reasonable offer. 9647559. 5/29 PROPERTY
Call 964 8549 5 '29 6/19 Owner would consider .
225, go to NW 65th Ave., turn right 4tpd 6/19
am or shine 6/12 Itchg 20 ACRES: Off Forsyth Rd. with 2 Br. ROOF COATING: Summer special RENT/LEASE DEVELOPMENT: Ten plus acres from Starke Golf & Country -
YARD SALE: Friday & Saturday trailer. Phone 9646471 or 475.1338 from singlewide from Full $135 leaks Club to Flume Road. Hi and dry with pretty trees, $49,000.
.Westmoreland Trailer Park Lot 22, lots after 6 5/8 tin $160. year against
homo $50 plus $50,000 owner
of clothes & mist Items 6/12 Itpd DEER SPRINGS LAKE Lot 21. Hiway 21 Not Relevellng your any : acres
materials Call now and save. 964.4680 Streets: 2 story masonry building. finance 3 wells. 2 small tool shed 2
YARD SALE: Saturday, 8 a.m. to I p.m., Keystone Heights. $15.000.485.1201 Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849. 4/10TF septic tanks barn temp.
Claude Morgan. Gnllis Loop, Road 100A 6/121tpd BAKER anytime LP GAS 6/5 4tchg we have 6/26 a summer time 3 RETAIL STORES for least Highway 301 poles property can be divided into 2 tracts each with well &

6 12 1 Itpd special and senior citizens discount., South, 473-3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF septic tank, $27,000 each.
YARD SALE: Saturday only, housewares, REAL ESTATE
Plus for forms and commercial INCOME PRODUCING property: one 36.43 Rd.
tools child & clothes C-100A to a special EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Owner
toys 4 BR. one 3 BR, one 1 1-BR house all for (
OUT OF AREA accounts We charge any
Gnltis Loop, follow signs down dirt 1-8006352371 2596810. 100000. 315 N. Walnut St Starke will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment. <
road Cancelled If rain. 6/12 Itpd deposits 6/123tpd6/26HOUSECLEANING Ph. 964.8404. 5/29 3tchg 612SCHOOLS : DAIRY QUEEN: 89900. Approx. 169'on Hwy. 301. Bldg. being J

YARD SALE: ,Friday family 3 clothing.families.houseworej LAND FOR SALE: Mountain land by : Do good work. Have sold "as is", approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. paved for
owner $100 down tin. 2-acre
owner after 3 6/12
relerences 964-7203
of 401 N. p.m. parking.
plenty goodies
tract views easy access, private nice
Cherry St. 6/12 Itpd bldg. sites, I hour North of Marietta. LOSERS WANTED Lose 29 pounds, Inches NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOME

BOATS Georgia.6357654. lean Call 86.169((404)) 276-2681, ((404)) cellulite this month. No diet or SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
exeicise. Doctor recommended on drive big trucks D.O.T. Certification
COOL N.C. MTNS. We build cabins 2/1 television. Fast results Free shipping.Call Local and national |lob placement brick & cedar home on 37Vj' acres 4 BR 2'i bath, plus a nice
B.T. THOMAS has 2 boats for sale, deck stone fireplace, Wooded lot,
Nancy ((904)) 486-4257 lean 86.172 assistance. Correspondenceresidenttraining. barn $133.000.eSUPERBLY .
reason I |just can't fish any more. 16lt.} water 38000. Old
septic firm DEPENDABLE MOTHER in Brooker area Eligible Institution for financial DESIGNED & CONSTRUCTED RESIDENCE: Finest
onestor with 50 HP motor fully electric references
availaole. Free literature. will for child In her home. aid guaranteed student loons. Coll
and brand trailer less than 600 care your materials & Distinctive 2 cedar at the
a new call free 1 ((800)) 438.8196. Duncan Real Call Vickey 4851960. 6/12 Itchg 1 ((800)) 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK craftsmanship. story
rites 16 ft. fiberglass no motor except ty. 124 US 64 West Murphy N.C CHILD CARE any ages, Mon-Sat, day or MASTER. Resident training' Tampa. country club with approx. 3120 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2' 2 bath,, lot
electric Can be at John Torode
seen 28906. Icon 86-171 I IIB reliable. I love children, Florida lean 86.167 windows 30x22 7 old
Shell Station 6/5 2tpd 6/12 night very 125'x180'. Pella garage yrs. beautifully
have relerences. Call Eva, 964-4156, .. ..
insulated fireplace.
can pick-up your child. 6/12 I tpd f''
L & R CONSTRUCTION. Remodeling & additions NOTICE OWN YOUR OWN HOME: Owner financing. 615 N. Church St. I

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. r Specializing in mobile home CB 3 BR, I 1'/' bath approx. 1705 sq. ft., CH A, large garage. r
repairs. 964 8574 or 964.4088. 6/12 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 157'x105' let, fenced back yard. If you have $7,500 owner' will I

Reliable Itpd Mobile Home Repair-Repairs of to the Bradford County hold 1st mtg. reduced to $45,000.OH .
Telegraph offICe in writing and paid In
oil types Painting cool sealing advance unless credit, I Is olcoody TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY), Twelve acres with .

pressure washing, re.floorlng. skirting established with this office home approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 BR, 2 ba barn workshop, pole I

I 964-5065 anytime, leveling, 4963462.and window 25 sealing.years Call ex THE HELD TELEGRAPH RESPONSIBLE STAFF FOR MISTAKES CANNOT BE IN barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, variety of fruit trees, I"

.i perience. 5/1 Btpd. 6, 19 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 85000.
m THE TELEPHONE. eA GOOD BUY-MINT CONDITION: 321 N. Myrtle, approx. 2417

REALTOR K LOSTFOUNDFOUND Classified, deadline is TUESDAY. sq. ft., 3 BR, 2 bo CH A, reduced to 49000.

huusc's: NOON, prior to Thursday publication NOT TOO BIG--NOT TOO SMALL! 319 N. St. Clair St. neat
1 young goat off of Gnlfis' Loop. Minimum charge is 15 words for $3.50
Identify, and pay for ad. Call 964.8985. tnen 15 cents loi, each word thereafter 36000. I

:.I I dock and covered dock patio clear water for swimming and

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 fishing. Budget priced at $40,000. Owner financing. ,

WALK T.O EVERYTHING! 1032 E. Call St. 3 BR T' i bath large I

Roberts Real Estate lot. 45000. You'll love to call this home. I


I 964.6262

Tim's Cabinets
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COMMERCIAL Successful service station' on US 301 New Construction Remodeling 1--:

50000. Coll Today Cabinets' Tile Ceiling"'

ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile, home. Only Free Estimates: iii

Y !. $75.000. Owner terms possible. Call Tim Thompson

CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath central heat & air. 964.4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves IFCYPRESS

t 38000.640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly .

+ ; 1 growing area of Clay courtly Priced to sell at less that $1200

? per acre! MULCH

r ; !: DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.

SAMPSON LAKE Waterfiont, lot. 11000. & PINE BARK


George W. Robert, Jr. Broker MinllnUI11 3 yds. on Delivery

EXCLUSIVE: home available in Golf VIew at trio 'ountry dub two dory 5 br 3 964.6058 Evening CROSSTIES FOR lANDSCAPING
bci, home with pool Many extras Call for appt Price at an unbohevublo valuo
Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser

HAMPTON AREA: lovely 3 br, :2ba home with 1.120: sq It. c'b utility bldg. on 964.4181 Evenings 964-6649

nu.' shodod acre ,..,

KINGSLEY LAKE AREA 5 'lots with 2/1 'Ir homo only $32,000. ,.. -
MODEL EXECUTIVE HOME country club area. terms available
*2'I FR. HOME: furnished with utility, bid. and extra room on I ac eitiasoptirleu Residential
MH and into tiller All for only 29000.
COUNTRY LIVING: with city convenience 3 Br.. 1 1/2 Ba don with 'lunplaroC" LOOKING FOR LOTS OF

*/ >d deck utility bid. on dead end st "" I COMFORT? NATURE? Then see SPACE: over 2500 ft. with 3

MADISON ST.: Lg beautiful with 2 Br 1 Ba reduced to $25.000. [BrokjefT'FultTime this brick, 3 br, 2 ba, CH&A bedrooms, 3 baths and too many

WATERFRONT: Crosby Lake good fishing nice shaded lot with 2 Br, I BaCH I AUDIT home on approx. 5 acres. Includes features to describe on 3 3/4

A $35.000 Associates 2 riding mowers, 1 push
KINGSLEY LAKE AREA nice shadod landscaped lot, 3 br. 2 ba. MH 2 srriianpoi'llO' acres.
$2B,OOO 964.-4522 mower, all lawn furniture, 1 PRESTIGIOUS

SEE THIS NICE 3 Br 1 Ba. hardwood (loots walking distance to ovoiytlnii STARKE. FL. ''IKAVC WATERS HORSE Owner is serious about NEIGHBORHOOD. Located In

only' $12,000 South 301. Plaza. __' selling. area of other lovely homes this
IMMACULATE dblwido has many extras, 1 acre Whispering Pines SOMETHING UNUSUAL-On 2
NICE BR. 2 BA c/b chainlmk 'lance double carport mid 30's. OFAL.DICKSON: iPAJIV KAY,ELDER. 3 BR, 2 Ba I Is on a corner lot with
Open Man thru FrI. acres, all cypress 3 br, 2 ba amenities.
many Super nice
1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
COMMERCIAL Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A; R.KITESyZANNE KITCHENS home on man made lake. CIty living Br., 2 Ba.

107 E. EDWARDS RD, retail unit 31900. Highway frontage, pecan trees, Large lot 100 X 115, only
BROILER FARM, 42 acre, 3 Br, I Ba. remodolod homo one ol the me est pools in and close to town. Interior not $27,000Appraisals .

this* PULLET area.FARM 3/ acres hoi very nice c/b hare also MH with oxha snptic for Residence Farm Commercial Business completed. HAVE IT YOUR WAY. A HOME THAT DARES TO BE

tank e Your Full Service Real Estate Office e *CLOSE IN LOCATION : DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres.

103 X 230 LOT with building can be purchaser) with or without business that 269 spacious 3 BR, 2Vi bath, 2 1700 ft. featuring 38R's, 2 Ba's,

11 now there LAND COMMERCIAL CORNER HIGH POTENTIAL fireplaces, CH/A, formal DR & den, llv rm, kit, din. rm, dbl Insulated

road area Serious Investors Take Notice I acres with possibilities LR, many amenities in this immaculate windows,
60 ACRES lots of paved Irontage Hampton : galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR rng., refrg,
.2 1/2 ACRE |lust off hwy :225 $7,50O owner 'fmnnclnq home with acreage. DW, CH&A, dble carport

BEAUTIFUL WOOD LOT opprox :2 1/2 ones Rd 2'IO post hospital SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit rental 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining A SOLID INVESTMENT a w/storage bldg. Sale priced at

MElROSE. I acre highway 26 $12.OOO complex full firm Starke Golf and Country world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, 73200. Add'i acreaqe avail.
1.9 ACRE only $6.100 on paved rd. occupancy Club. Timber valued at over
cash down required. 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Llv. rm., Din. Rm., *WATERFRONT sand bottom
100 X :215 lonod BP owner linon, terms opun' payment :
GET A LOT for your money Very near olniiiontaiy so huol. nosy 'Inn'''' ''n<| CORNER SR 18 & 301: 14.87 $131,000 sewing rm. and. more within lake w/nlce mobile home.

10 ACRES iiwiiol financing. acres with 940'ff on 301 Only 19 Dwner Flnanclngl 2400 sq. ft. Priced at $73,000. Ready to move into. $25,500.

mi. to Gville. 49 Acre with well LOOK ME OVER I Call for appt. *IN CITY ON 2 ACR'ESz 3 BR, 2

Septic tank, Hwy. Frontage to see beautiful 3 BR, 2 Ba home,
William D. Tiffin. Realtor President *ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. eat-In kit., great room, car

Susan Faulkner Realtor 94.404S .EDWARDS RD.: Adjoining formal LR, DR, FR w/fireplace, port owner fin. $51."'no)

REALTOR ASSOCIATES Bradford Sq. 64x150 with W.havewaterfrontlots, large kitchen. In city, best loca *LAKEWOOD AREA: Executive

IreneL. Faulkner 964.5142 Douglas Conner 964 6420 building. building lot, mobile horn tion. home in exclusive area, Crosby

Louis Young 94.7S2S Marty Russell 473-7694 lots, In all area
ONE ACRE PLUS: commer- Lake access. Quality constructlon
Lucille Spry 964 S430 Karen Adam 964 4002 HANDY MAN SPECIAL- Br.wltr -
Debbie Toole 964 6983 Bobby Blggf 964 7331 cial/indust. S. 301 area in city. ? lots of room. Close to town. 4 BR, 2 Ba; many

CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA $17,600. amenities.

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL TION 1 Acre on corner of 16 W 5,10 20 25 acre parcel We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertiesand
Rental Available
Carol Warner REALTOR ASSOC Pleasant Grove Rd available Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call us//

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BRADFORD APARTMENTS FOR- 'RENT Newly |EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTSl MELROSE AREA 1 BR furnished mobile RAT Buy all and trade collectible MOVING DAY SALE Saturday. June 14

SALES LIME ROCK decorated everything furnished. Laundry needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr. horn with porch large living room Items and antiques. Used furniture, from 95. Household items, furniture,

Llmerock Fill Dirt facilities Included. Video room Call Susan Cook 9646220. 12/5TF $170 and depoiit. New 2 BR $220. glassware, jewelry and much more. boy's clothing children's games,
20 available. Will accept one child no SALES POSITION Must have sales ex 1.684.6634.5/15 tfncf q Come see for yourself. One mile east books, etc. 460 SW Nightingale St.,
Phone yd.7(2-3172 semi-loads only pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. perience. Call 964.5606 Ollns Mobile 2 BR 1 BA Mobil home, large living of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. Keystone Heln'' Ipd 6/12
5/23 tlchg .. Starke 32091. 5/1 TF Homes TFHAIRSTYLISTS room A/C clot to town. Available 4732183. 5/8 tfnchg
STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale atDoublewlde HOUSE FOR RENT located on 100 A, Edwards I Florida Licensed Must June 1 1. $235 month. Call 473-2730.9/22 RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP LAND FOR SALE

Home C.nt.r locot.d Loop. $350 lit and last. 964-5606. have following. Good benefits Busy tfnchg Needs spring and summer clothing
North on 301 Lowt. Fla. (this I. not 5/8TF LAKE GENEVA RENTALS fowl! I 11 I
trailer furniture shop Halrplanes, 964.4615.2/20 TF Weekly mon Open Tuesday through Saturday LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13.500.Own.r .
) 6'13 tfnchg ONE BEDROOM APT. for rent, clean, i GOVERNMENT JOKSt $16.040 to thly, efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 North.Keystone will finance. month
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for quiet 830 N. Temple Ave., Houck $59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call call 4732919. 5/22 tfnchg Heights Call 473-3106 for per

tale at Ollns Home Center located on Apts. 964-4296. 5/22 4tpd 6/12 805-687-6000 ext. R-5504 for current 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimmingand time to leave Items 5/8 tfnchg LAKE 4734367.BROOKLYN 6/5 tfnchg WATERFRONT One

Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer SMALL TRAILERS for rent by month 1 or f.d.rolll.t. 5/1 Btpd 6/19 skiing. $250 a week plus $100 ROOF COATING Single wide, from acre wooded lot. 17500.Call 473-7162

furniture. 6/13 tfnchg 2 adults only. No pets. Deposit re- |EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON! honest deposit. 473.3856.6/5 tfnchg $135; double wide from$160. One year after 5. 3/27 tfnchg
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS quired. 9648484. STARKE KOA KAM- clean cut A MUSTI! References required guarantee against leaks. Call now and
custom made & installed. Homes PGROUND South. 5/15TF TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes.Across Free
301 save. estimates. 964.4680
; possible $25,000 first Apply
Beautiful of N. Fla., 9646766. 5/ITF 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT kitchen year. from lake. $155. Partially furnished. 7 FOR SALE
: upstairs D & S Motors, 207 N. Temple. No anytime, days. 4tchg 6526NOTICE
PIANO FOR SALE Steiff/Boltlmore, furnished. $200 per month plus phone calls3TF M.' Phillips, 4737560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26
refinished exc. cond. See PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty
appreciate $100 deposit. Ph. 9644990. 6/5 2tchg CLERICAL mall handling work. Excellent -
$550, Also SOFA & 6/12 easy r.qulred.Don't HELP WANTED to assume small monthly
LOVESEAT-brown plaid condition pay no experience payments on Spinet/Console piano.
good :3 ROOM APARTMENT: Newly remodeled 5/59
call 9647222.
$50. 7823506. 6/12 Itpd 2nd floor $135 a month. 964-8498 wait' now. BABYSITTER NEEDED In my home. Call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Can be seen locally. Write: (Include
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsible 6/5 tfnSMALL 2tchg 6EXCELLENT/: home mornings, 4734020. Itpd 6/12 to the Lake Region Monitor office phon. number) Credit Manager, P.O.
to INCOME for part-tim. MAN FOR In writing and paid In advance Box 520. Beckemeyer IL 62219.
party assume small monthly FURNISHED 2BR HOUSE suitablefor work. For Info call FACTORY WORK and installing 3tchg
assembly establishedwith
payments on spinet/console piano. Middle aged couple. No pets. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 5/2 4tchg 6/12 fences. Apply In person. Bolden Industries unless credit .Is already FORD 4000 TRACTOR 6 ft. heavy duty
Can be seen locally. Write: (include 964-59706/12 tf nONE Hwy 26, Melrose Itpd 6/12 this office.MONITOR bush hog and equipment trailer.
phone number) Credit Manager, P.O. BEDROOM APARTMENT utilities SEMI-DRIVER NEEDED Hauling dirt 473.7656 after 7 p.m. 4tchg 6/5.26
Box 520 Beckemeyer, IL 62219 1 618 furnished Apply Tackle Box. 6/12ltpd HELP US -WE'RE SWAMPED I locally. Long hours-hard work. MUST RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN :3 TON MOBILE HOME air conditionerwith
We have hundreds of families In the CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
594-42805/29 3tchg 6/12 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT 403 N. be 24 years, have years experience.MUST heat $400; 17,500 BTU A/C $175.
RCA COLOR TV: 25", remote, walnut Walnut St., $175.00 per month. Call or Starke area who have sent for Information pass ICC physical ICC test and THE TELEPHONE. 11,500 BTU 115 volt A/C, $200; 2
cabinet rap $749. Balance due$338 or apply In person 964.5276.6/12 Itchg from us regarding the purchase of driving test 4733579. 2tchg 6/12.19 Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon cheaples, $75 each; 1 Kenmore
$22mo.. Fr.. delivery. Call LOW RENT EFFICENCY ROOM very ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA. No can prior to Thursday publication. washer $100. Dykes Service Co.
vassing required no collection no Minimum charge Is 15 words for $3.50
1-725-1997. 4tpd 6/26 quiet utilities paid. No drinking. Southon PERSONAL SERVICES 4733085. 2tpd 6/12.19
MICROWAVE delivery of merchandise. Just 3 ordersearn then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
OVENi Tappan, I.ft In 301 3 miles. 964-5687. 6/12 2tchg
layaway. Still In box. Balance $238 or 6/19 you up to $827 GROSS COMMISSION HOUSES FOR SALE
for the week. Call 17330477. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING Lost
$15/ mo. Free delivery. Call APARTMENT FOR RENT. HOUSE FOR
Full benefits 6/5 6/19 Hand rubbed oil finishes
fringe 3tchg Call Jac.
1.725.1997.6/5 4tpd 6/26 SALE. Call 964-7076 or 964-8747. 6/12 FURNISHED 2 BR house In Stork., or
BLUEBERRIES) 80. lb. U-Pick 60. lb. 2tpd 6/19 AREA SUPERVISOR Sharp ambitious; 473-2521. 5/1.29 tfnchg $100 REWARD! Black male Labrador rent with option. Newly renovated.
964-8414 M. Reddish 6/12ltpd. ONE BEDROOM TRAILER. Lost Valley women needed to hire ft train NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable, efficient mixed, dark spots on tongue lost Nov. Corner lot. $24,000. 9645970. 2tpd

REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE Gelding Campground. 964-5760. 6/12 1 Itpd demonstrators. Unusual quality gift computer printout letter quality. 7 on SR-100 and Immokolee Road. 6/5.12

15 1/2 hands. Well trained. 4960061. :3 BR, 1 BA. large lot. Quiet and decoration line. Work from your Call 473-4643 and leave message. Will Answers to "Minor." 473-7162. 5/8 LAKE HOUSE- on one of the best lakes inKeystone.

6/12 2tpd 6/19 neighborhood. 964-5377 after 5:30 p.m. home. Weekly roych.ck. bonus, trips. CARPET return CLEANING call tfnchg 3/27 tfnchg Dock nearly 2 acres, large
CENTRAL AC systems, all In good condi 6/12 tchgRENTALS Free training kit, no in Deep steam extraction oaks, clear lake Call 9047253047.
truck mounted .
vestment. For details call collect equipment.C
tion. Call 964.6751.6/12 2tpd 6/19 AVAILABLE: $150 per month 4tchg 6/12-7/3
QUARTER HORSES. THOROUGHBREDS and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- Margaret 904-878-1238 leave messageon WANTEDRetail
RACE HORSES.Call Bar S. Ranch. Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF machine. 6/12 2tpd 6/19 Keystone Heights473.7770

9646751. 6/12 2tpd 6/19 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On OLDER PERSONS( ) to keep small well- 5/1-6/26 Half off on Scotchguard9tchg Hind Pilnttd' ind ya.w c, .
MURRAY 3.5 HP PUSH MOWER. Used only Highway 16 W. Close to prison. behaved dog on occasion. $1.00 per Managers .
hour. Call 964.4702 after 1:00: 6/12 HANDYMAN SERVICE yard work chainsaw sanddsst.dSlgns 51gns
3 mot. $100. 2.52' x 6' rm. darkening 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg p.m. Truck, Boat.
window shades, $20. each or FURNISHED weekly and monthly rates. 2tpd 6/19 work tree trimming trash & Window 82g.oo70
PEP-0 is now taking applications for full removal any odd lob 4733321. 6/5 Littering
2/$35.964.4907.6/12 Itpd Variety of rentals, free maintenanceand Assistant Managers A BUIbMrdt Magnate Wgns-Wood. Foam.
ft Part-tim. cashiers Apply 620 S. tfnchg
REGISTERED FOUNDATION QUARTER lawn care. Jo-Lu Motel & MH Park. PlastIc Letter
for t
PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Slgnagt Systems
Walnut St. 6/12 2tchg 6/19 -
MARE. Has been roped off of. 964.8810.1/17TF
Businesses, Communities Condos ft .2.
homes decks, sidewalks. Free -
431.1665.6/12 Itpd FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile
1 to 2 retail Sub-Divisions! 829-0070
estimates Call Rob 4733590. 6/5 years experience -
A financial planning firmis
ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITE Chairs, homes inside city weekly & monthly.JO .
wardrobe, chest of drawers, misc. LU Motet 8 MH Park 964.8810.65TF seeking 3 Individuals for the Stork. tfnchg required.
After 3 p.m., at Lake Geneva Estates of area. Applicants must be well- LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. Relocation
Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Fr.. a probability. -
SR 21, Keystone Heights 4753121. TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment educated and/or possess a proven L & R Construction
track record in of the above fields. Estimates. 6/5 tfnchg
1 Itchg 612NEWSPAPER $150 plus $75 deposit. No pets any Competitive salary &
964-8071. 652tpd612TAKING Interested? Reply to P.O. Drawer A, WILL DO SITTING or housecleaning

PLATES Aluminum. APPLICATIONS) for 2 Br. Mobile Starke, Fla., 32091. All resumes will beheld anytime. References available Call benefits. E.O.E.
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great lot in confidence. EOE 6/12 Itchg 473.2278.3tchg 5/29.6/12 SPECIAL
home, large private shade trees, 2
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH miles from Starke. $185 month plus TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II Position PRESSURE WASHING Trailers are our For more information
135 W. Call St. 9646305. and specialty 475.3116.4tchg 6/5-26
$100 security 964-6479 after 5 p.m. Involves operating maintaining Washing & Cool Seal
COpy MACHINES: Canon-for r.nt or adults 6/12 equipment for sewage treatmentand FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING contact Family Dollar
Responsible only. Itpd For
sale. home $799 Canon House out of level?Call LoRu. Leveling $175.00
Canon copier ; FREE CABLE WITH HBO when rent water purification plant at Stat.
you a Stores 964-7320 send
home or office copier $999; Canon office furnished or unfurnished one bedroom Psychiatric Hospital. Requires possession Service, for all your foundation or

copier $1399. Rent to own for as apartment at 314 N. Temple Ave in of current State Class C operator's repairs 473.7721.6/5 tfnchg resume to: 9648574or

little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP downtown Starke. All utilities are furnished certificate In Water and Wastewater
110 W. Call St., Stork. 9645764. 2/21 and Treatment and two years of experience J.W.
no deposits are r.qulr.d.W..kly Graver 964.4088 I'pd 6112
tfn rates are from $50 to $65 and In operating sewage treatment
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month.No monthly rates are from $200 to $260. or water purification plants. BLUEBERRIESUPlck 8231 Princeton Sq. Blvd.
down payment. Call 9646946. tfn Salary $460.80 $743.20 biweekly Excellent '"
Call 964-4262 days 964-6566
or evesor
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. just drop by and see the resident benefits. Send resume to P.r..0nn.1. or We Pick on order West #1009Jacksonville

$14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn manager in apartment 6. tf 6/5 Northeast Florida State Open 8.6 Mon-Sat FL 32216 ..
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale Hospital Hlway 121 South Macclenny
COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE 2:30.6:30 Sunday a/121tchR 1
360/390 4bbl manifold; motors, C-6 & now Fla. 32063. EEO/AA Employer.612Itchg 1f/'JQIftJJ1
available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft. .4 mllos West of .
FMX transmissions, rear ends, etc., Longneckars ----- "1 r
miscellaneous body parts, tires & mag ceilings, lights, power new reduced LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor Molroia or 2 miles East of
wheels. Gary 9648569. 3/20 TF rates. 9648848. 1/9TF thAmerlcan Von Lines n..d.own.roperota..1 Orange Heights 1.7 mIles North Shop&ComparellSpecial f?
) Magnolia Hotel $8
BOX for fullsize fleet- If need
side pickup. $75. 9645812.TFce per night. From $35 per week Discount we will train you. You will operate (State Road 469)) Insurance for Have you ever wished that you

CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: '/ ton anything you offered for longer term. Apply In person your own tractor. If you don't have Sign Mobile Home Parks I were In a position to own a swimming
need-Axles, front or rear auto Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across one, northAmerlcan offers a tractor I Day Hours .468-2483 All types of homeowners pool but weren't sure that you

transm., transfer cases, 2 different, from Post Office. TF purchase program that can put you In anew .I Afternoon .475-1151 or 473-2702 policies for could afford such a luxury? Well
types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts.Call LARGE 2 BR. 1 both house with CH/A tractor for $2500 down. If you are mobile homes. having YOUR OWN pool doesn'tre-
964-5812. TFce stove and refrigerator. Suitable for 21 or over and think you may qualify 6/12 Itchg Call for Quote quire a fortune anymorel With the

FRESH VEGETABLES FOR SALE:-Sliver couple or small family. $350 month. we'd like to send you a complete Information I mod.rn construction techniques and
Queen corn squash beans, Call 964.7826.3/13TF package. Call any weekday Olin's the standardized plans that Dynamic

cucumbers, and etc.... Ph. 9647550. TOLL FREE 1 ((800)) 3482191. Ask for BEN & DON'S Pools has to offer, you can have the
5/19 3tchg 6/12 HOMES D.pt.97 fcan 86-165 Home Sales pool of your dreams for a lot less

SEVERAL ITEMS Hide-a-bed sofa & FOR SALE HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED! Experienced and than you think.

loveseat $225; glass dinette $200; following preferred. Call 964-6777. AIR CONDITION & .Elaine M. Olin, Agent Prices Start At
recliner $45; black padded bar $50; 6/12 IfnEXPERIENCED I
twin bedroom suite, complete $325; THREE BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A 2 PERSON to work In appliance REFRIGERATIONCOMMERCIAL 964-5606 TF
complete queen suite $225; dresser baths, LR/DR fireplace breakfastroom video store, must be neat anda .- : """" $5,900
mirrors $95; like new double bed $150; game room. 560 Glendale St. self starter. Some delivery & DOMESTICAir --..-.--.. "
dinette $95; coffee & end tables $45; 964-5468.3/13 TF necessary. Apply In person to Home Conditioning INSTALLEDTHIS
washer $100; dryer $90; frost-free THREE BEDROOM 1 bath home with Entertainment Bradford Sq. Shopping .
refrlg. $175; much more at 157 W, garage, central air & heat. Appraisedat Center Monday Morning between 9 Central or WindowDehumidifiers WEEK ONLY I

Brownl.. St Itpd 6/12 $36,000. Will take 29500. Ph. am and 10 am. StarlingRealtor Extra $300 OFF

7MM MAGNUM GOLDEN EAGLE Never 964.7076 or 964-8747.6/5 2tpd 6/12 Warehouse workers wonted Shippingand Auto & Truck
Fired. $425 Firm. J. T. Wheeler. THREE BEDROOMS bath CH/A, telling With a variety of sizes and shapesto
fans, 15X15 family receiving experience r.qulr.d.Heavy & ICE MAKERS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: Starke.
9648640. nc room, patio pecanS involved. Need MACHINES choose from, there's a beautiful
lifting good
SLIGHT PAINT DAMAGE Flashing arrow shade trees, large corner lot. Double head fo numbers. Apply In person to Rentals Large corner lot 2 bldg. currently Dynamic pool that's just right for

signs $2831 Lighted non-arrow $2631 carport extras Walking distance Lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd rented. $50.000. your home AND your budget. This
Nonllght.d $2371 Free letters! Full factory schools and town. Saratoga Hts., Street. 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. Itchq. 6/12 RepairsREFRIGERATORS .2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, 29900. reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor
warranty. Only few left. See locally Starke..Appts. 36900. Chaplain Redding FREEZERS. HOUSE! U MOVE! Make offer will take care of everything from

l ((800)) 4230163. anytime fcan 964-7561. 6/5 2tpd 6/12 WASHERS. DRYERS REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.B ACRES design and Installation to
BRICK HOME on 31/2 acres, CH/A paddle with older home, beautiful pecan arranging...
FOR RENT fan paneling and carpet WANTED Home Repair andA trees 100% Financing with

throughout Screened porch, barn SEWING F.w Used Models 15 ACRES Older home and DW NO DOWN PAYMENTNo
pecan and fruit trees, extras. MACHINE
many mobile home, $47,500.
Appt. 9648970.65 2tpd 6/12 OPERATORS. Experience TOTAL HOME
11.9 ACRES: 1 Well, 3 tanks
and for rent. septic 90
Mobile Homes DaysTo
spaces UP TO 1100 f SQ. FT. Modular
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone your 'lot for as little as $28 home, on ft. helpful, but will train serious A Reasonable Cost pond, pole born $33,500 make your new pool a beauty of
per sq.
964.7498.9/16 tfn 964-8124 ask for Fred. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 lob seekers. Apply In person: -S ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES summer fun. Phone Anytime Daily 8

EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apartments LOG HOMES. Over 40 rustic models to VOGUE, INC. Ben or Don On Call .25000. Excellent Terms. a.m. to I p.m. or Saturday ft Sunday 9

Electricity included. Low weekly choose from. Send for FREE 710 S. Water St. 24 Hours. 782-3564 4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. a.m. to S p.m.
Palms VERY NICE In Lawtey S50,000.J .
monthly rotes. Apartments BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES,
\ 2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn Stark. .50 Ac.$50,000. 399.5685I
Route' One, Box 84CF, Moss Tenn., lawtey J
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 38575. ((800)) 2313695. fcan 86.170 iKhg 5/29 6/124tpd7/3 ((904))7$2.3931P.O. I e

BA apt. For more Information call Lake LAKE HOUSE op one of the best lakes In w I .Drawer M
Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Keystone Dock, nearly 2 acres, large MMIMMMM+ fMM M Mf* i5$$ i e f M MUSED 301 S. {awt.y
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg oak clear lobe call 9047253047. 6/12 I I. __.._.. ......_ .. Portable & Inground
Fine all electric mobile homes. Bosket- 4tchg
ball playground private laundry and I Close Out On Used Wooden Pallets I

road. Near prisons. PINES SR121. southof SAVE $ $ With I
SR100 Lake Butler Call 496-2366. w. are reducing all used and recyled wooden pallets, various

6/12 tfn !ThflfD 14Nh .Iz... $1.00 and Up. 'g aces Homes Beautiful Jil1*/tC '

Also, we are selling wood.n fencing and outdoor furniture. 5'WINDOWS 119

Located In Slarke, Florida Come by Sunshine Industries. State Road 16 West, next to Olin's Tilt

Park, or call 9647699. In Also .

I 1ES A 1FtI e Siding a Soffit & Fascia
M ht-sH r

: I'I'e For a Awning e Screen Rooms

e Carport Brick or Stone
Plumbing Supplies From \
-{ RANCH- "Cleaning

Race Horses liii Durrance Pump & Supply Call

Training Boarding for Horses Game Horses Owner/Operator ||| We Drill 2" to 6" Wells a State Licensed" :i HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

Standing Stud Services Bob Sessions UU IHa.h.64N.T.mpl.Av..Stark. .96.4..7061FJ

Riding Classes ((904)) 964-6751 Starke Fla. 964.6766 T'

Office Space For Rent CarpetCleaning (Any OR Scotchgard

Room $14 IsAvailable Hwy 301 South Handl-Houses
.One-Room Offices with Common Entrance 6 Hall) nmifamatf

Share Utility Bill with Other Tennants Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. Down Payment

New Convenient Location EDM
Air Condition, Carpet,

Rent from $100 Per Monthor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe Many Sizes and Styles

ipeclaHze In cleaning and re-dyeing of wait to wall carpet, furniture clean-

Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality 964.8848

work at low, low prices. Can now to make an appointment.

Connected by Hallway Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge: Free Advice tin Evenings

Must See To Appreciate $399 Per Month -
For Information Call e Roomi evtr Call 964.4997 Call MsmberofSUrklBradfgnJ 964.4073 473.3627

250 sq. It. Chick Ytlow Pogo In bat pIIonl >MkAl

964.6305, ask for John extra chugs Work OuirutMd Chimbif of Commtrc .

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Page I't: SECTION: June 12. IlHtI!

Patti Stancil chosen as Bulls cheerleader frmulaJcl|

cheerleaders) and then this season's Patti, a medium sized hazel eyed said, as they will mostly do dance That shouldn't be too hard for Patti -
cheerleaders blonde with a pretty smile started routines like the well known Dallas to do as she is more than half way
Path said she was really surprisedwhen cheering the Indians on to victory on Cowgirls. there with her 5'3" and 112 Ib. petite : ::
she heard her name called "I the JV squad, then moved up to the "We'll practice three times a week frame,coupled with her peaches and
was the only one from Keystone and varsity squad, cheering for three and there will be lots of promotion cream complexion naturally blonde
there was only one other girl from years during high school. work" Patti said. "I've also been hair green eyes and bright Bmile. 1REiE1 I''
Palatka chosen. The rest are from Patti graduated from KHHS in told to expect a diet. They have people -
Jacksonville 1985 and now works for Gator that do your hair, show you how
I Freight: Lines in Starke. to apply your make-up and dress. The first Bull game'is September
Cheering will be a little differenton You've always got to look your 14 against Birmingham at home in I Belted
AlRLlNE/TRAvl SCHOOL the Bull's squad, though Patti best." Jacksonville. Multi-Mile Polyester Glass

I Road Hazard Warranty

... .4444
t1rf 44.1 Visit 165-80D-13 . 25.00 P165-80R-13 . .

p TO MY'HUSBAND from page 3 P185-80D-13 . 27.00 P185-75R-14 . .

., EMERY L. GRIFFIS P195-80B-14 . 30.00 P195-75R-14 . 26"V

-", Teacher Kitty Denmark was Dr. Schlofman also "had'a ball"I P205-75B-14 . 32.00 P205-75R-14 . .

Who still gives! me protection, attention "simply delighted" with the whole introducing the youngsters I I P225-75B-14 . 36.00 P225-75R-15 . :
TRAVEL AGENT f .. wonderful world of vision and also to
,security grocery money and I P215-75B-15 . 35.00 P235.75R-15 . .
TOUR GUIDE the reactions of the students, most of
AIRLINE RESERVAT1CNISTS ,i GOOSE BUMPS I t idea of the presentation, as It allowed whom have never been Introduced to I P225-75B-14 . 38.00 4.00 Balance Each

nut IKAUY mimt MTTmc 'Happy S her students an early chance to scientific wonders of the human ; P235-75B-15 . 37.00 white Spoke Wheels! .
nun M tm UTLMI cMtmtit Father' Day Dear examine science at work. body. _
now inn i BTaon nuMMFMxcuu Your Wif. I i I' FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL %"AA 95 r
u iruuiuIN Ora lea IJI Include Set enter, c.mlllr" to* In to (FRONT or REAR) .
FUCEWNT maiMCtMT'l .. I R.p/lcljiilliir iho i; murUci dorms I .
MDaiTUS.:LIGHTHOUSE FT..FL S. 4444.4-4 .: Adam Hardy from page 1 i "at t *minirticturan. stating. lyitem.ipu.For Inspect milt tuipentlon American or rotor; peck taarlngi; I bleed! ft edjuit; I\
road.tut plod Amoricin cm A. lruekl.SJ ;
l"' I' cari. Front wheel drive vehicles and
A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL j );,,11,.:'.' ,"-:.'," .:. .. : .. : .: ',:.,1 at the middle school. funny faces at the passing studentsand : j ChevenesuM.Pstlvextraa. Mimic pirti ixtri when required. ; .
1-800-432-3004 The students yelled out words of en- smiled broadly as they waved"I M2.95 Mb Hidden Costs i ion i-?
Jec/WifW Munttr HHSC WALDO VILLASNOW couragement to Adam who was per- am so touched by this Our 1
ched on his father's lap as membersof demonstration of support" Mr. Har- REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT 12.95
RENTING the "human chain" passed by on dy said. "We really appreciate\ all of Brake SpecialCORBETTS I I -.
the sidewalk. The spunky Adam made your efforts for Adam. r-
The Singles 1 and 2 Bedroom TIRES & SERVICEUS

Connection Unfurnished Apartments II V' i .: t.rr.- ; 301 -Temple Ave. 964-6436 .
Equal 1 =""
Stop being lonely: and blue Opportunity '! b aLi ---:7 .., ;:-::

by joining Lakeside Singles \ _. "
468.1971 5tQUAI .
Club At. 2, Box 530. Hampton : / -. ,-.- .

Fl 32044. ( MOUSIMC

Union County Ads

Time Maintenance Man. Must have
Piano for Sale Wanted: responsible par.
trim, carpentry and some electrical ex small monthly paymentson
ity to assume
Call ((904)) 964-5606 TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR specialise In roofing carpentry and perience. General maintenance from piano. See locally. Call creditmonger
RENT Union CountyTlmei, 150 painting. Call 431.1445.4/24 tWchfl. lawn work to painting. Apply In person 18004474266.( ) 3tpd. 6'S
Between 8 a.m. to 6 3 Main Street, Lake Butler Phone Reliable Mobil. Home Repair, repairs of 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through Caladiums and Daylllies $2.00 and up
p.m. '30lf 496-2261 for Information tfn all types. Painting, cool sealing, Saturday Pines Mobile Ham. Park Contrary Mary' Garden, SR-121
Office and Warehouse space located In pressure washing re-flooring skirting SR121, Lake Butler. References required Lacrosse, Fl. 4621561. Itpd. 6/5
Union County Times Building at 150 leveling and window sealing. Call hard workers only. 65ttnchg. Piano for Sale Wanted: Responsible party
Classified Ads West Main. Call 496-2261 for more Information anytime, 4963462. 25 years ex- to assume monthly payments on
BROADWAY & WALTERS tfn perience. 5/1 Stchg. 6/19 Warehouse worker wanted. Shippingand spinet/console piano. Can be seen
Get Results Fin. all electric mobile homes. Basketball Clyatt Air Conditioning Heating receiving experience required. locally. Write: (include phone number)
playground private laundry and Refrigeration end Electrlcel Service is Heavy lifting Involved. Need good Credit Mamager. P.O. Box 520
TREE SERVICE road. Near prisons. PINES SR-121. now reopened for business. Repair all head for numbers. Apply In person to Beckemeyer. II. 62219 5/29 3tchg. 6/12
South of SR-100 Lake Butler Call brands and specialize In heat pumps. (bake Butler Aooorl, 650 S.E. 2nd Street.
Removal 496.2366.6/12 tfn Call 752.7439 or 7522659. 6/12 2tchg. 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.: Itchg. 6/12
Trimming FLORI lAND 12' x 64' mobile home In country with 6/19 Treatment Plant Operator II. Position Involves OUT OF STATE PROPERTYNorth
REALTY yard trees and garden space Call operating and maintaining
Stump Removal 4962600. 6/12 If n. MOBILE HOMESWhy equipment for sewage treatment and Carolina Mountain
Firewood 964.7700 Mobile home Two bedroom 2 bath on water purification plant at State On. acre located In the mountains, good
private property. Available 6/16. Call Psychiatric hospital Requires posse-
Ave.Vernle access, large tree covers this tract.
Free Estimate 393 N. Temple 496-30246/12 Itchg. pay rent? Purchase a mobile slon of current state class C operator'scertificate
Owner needs to sell. $6500. Pay $1,000
P. Odom 8rok.r-GRI homelike rent payments. Owner
In Water and Wastewater
473.7097 473.7679 ___ financed. 945 N.W. 3rd. Street. Sid's of down assume loan.Chalet .
INSURANCEMAINES Treatment and two experience
three bedrooms, 2 baths, 2
Mobil. Park.
Home 6/12 Itpd.
After 5 P.M. SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1 bath In operating sewage treatment levels, 1 mile from town lovely' setting -
INSURANCE AGENCYi 25 E. or water purflcatlon plants. large deck overlooking mountains -
Keystone Heights home, excellent condition. Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978. NOTICE Salary $460.80.$743.20 biweekly. Excellent excellent location. Built-in
Licensed & Insured ,fn 181 ACRES Unimproved land good Complete Insurance Service 2tfree benefits. Send resume to Personnel cabinets, very private, all for 55000.
area. 4/10 17 then tInREAL Florida State
Northeast loan.
Pay $5,000 down assume
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
.S ACRES on St. Rd. 100 road fron 121, South Mac-
to the Union County Times office Hospital Highway Two acres short distance from Murphy
tage. In writing and paid In advance clenny, Fl. 32063. EEo/AA Employer. good garden spot ready to build on.
r : .'I. ACRE to 2 ACRE Lot, 2 area to unless' credit Is already establishedwith Itchg. 6/12 'Owner 'saTd'sall. 9800.Pay $1,800'down "
# 21 oc 4 BR 2 bo stucco home choose from. ESTATE this office. assume loan.
born mobile hookup 65000. .476' on 301, good commercial. OUT OF AREA THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD HOMES These are a few of over 2,000 listings.We .
Financed' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN have all types of property from
1432-Lake Butler 2 BR 2 Ba mobile. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $700 per acre and up. We have small
2 stocked ponds creek 7 ac.. great ILlttllC'" I D.lii .' l I LcJ1 LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY THE TELEPHONE. Government Homes from $1 (U repair). tracts. We also have several cabins,
"view $63.000. ? III I don't have It, 1'lIlInd itJust Classified deadline Is TUESDAY Delinquent tax property. Repossessions. houses, old farms, etc. Write or call to.
#421--4 BR, 2 Ba block home with .CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITESi Contemporary ask JANE S. USHER.' REALTOR. NOON prior to Thursday publication. Call 18056876000.( ) Ext. H-1136 day for a free listing brochure. You can
Santo Fe access Old oaks shade lot J Rock & Cedar 3 Br 2 Ba.. 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR Minimum charge 15 words for S3.50, for current reoo list. 6/5 8lpd. 7/24 call free by dialing 1(800)4387421.( )
CH/A 3 car garage large lot Write or call today. 6/12 Btpd. 7/31
deck view UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
#430.START HERE'' Mobile, w/addi CRYSTAL LAKE H/S: 4 Br. 2 Ba. Brick ....Cherokee! Land Co. Murphy N.C. 28906
tion' pole barn, landscaped acre, 2 Veneer CH/A Lge, Lot much more
lake Crosby access.
Ba.. rented Br. 1 Ba. & rented frame ATTENTIONMOBILE
offer Owner anxious
#429 REDUCED'' 6 ac. 4 BR. 2 bo 2 3 Br. 1 Ba.. over $500 Income per
mobile, hookups\ great location month. Close to shopping
LAWTEY AREA Beautiful 3 Br. 2 Ba.
I #433..BAR & LOUNGE: package store brick veneer rancher over 2,000 sq.
ft. Lge. chain link fenced yd.. nicely
,i w'canopy. 2 BR home great for business owner opportunity 4 acres landscaped with 9.74 acre. Some I MAY BE ABLE TO 'SAVE YOU
owner fin available.
fronts US 301. ,
.. WALDO: 15 acres, close to Farmers
2'both, brick
#422 7 acres 3 BR.
home has everything the & Flea Market
homeowner dreams of, more acresHISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre $1 0000PER
available. t farm with coastal & Bahia grass
pasture, has lovely brick home with OVER MONTH
Commercial Properties, farms and all ammenitles, Ige. pecan trees, 2
businesses, are here for your Investment stocked fish ponds, near 1.75 & 441. ON YOUR MOBILE HOME PAYMENT
of the future Invest nowl) I MIDDLEBURCt Established boarding

stables, expand business on 18
acres owner anxious to ...11.fmjTR PLUS
()[ 'T REALTY .CR 225 3 Br 1 Ba. CH A A. ceiling A FREE VACATION
'. .q',; fans, 1 Ac with stables and barns. 4 days and 3 nights In the Great Smoky Mountains
964-1931 l\1ATIIEWSREALTY at the Great Smokles Hilton of beautiful North Carolina

473.3096 Asheville, N.C.
Realtor 964-4169 FREE with each cashedoutloan
8JB N 1EMPLC 1\ssoc.
lIarold 964-6616
,1 I ARKE FL 32O9H I a; .. Epps. of over $15,000.*

Accelerated Realty Inc.

1520 S. Walnut Street (Hwy 301 South)

Starke, Florida SUNBELT
Phone: 964-4544

Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront I INTERGROUP If you are looking to buy a new

Farms CommercialNo mobile home, please call us

Charge to List Your Property for Sale I INC. for an authorized "Sunbelt"

Call and discuss it with us. approved mobile home dealer

NEARLY NEW Brick, 5 BR, 2 BA, lots of beauty and CALL FOR FULL DETAILS nearyou.,

value, close to town, 77900. Mobile home LOCAL 375-3366
NICE FAMILY HOME good neighborhood, 3 BR 2 BA, must be a 1976 1-800-824-8262

Crystal Lake Homesites, lake access If desired, some furniture or newer model.F.R.M.(20yr 9&M.-SP.M.

TWO GREAT BUILDING LOTS near Crystal Lake, buy one ,

or both.

THIS ONE WON'T WAIT on Kingsley Lake, 50 ft. lake EXAMPLE EXAMPLE

frontage, 2 cottages, dock, nicely wooded, $95,000.
GOODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS home and 5 acres, 23 10 %

miles from Cecil Field great for family living, storage ( ) . . . . $29,000 A.R.M. Loan( ) . $29,000

building, fruit trees, stocked fishpond, 74900. Origination Fee . . . . 0 Origination Fee(6points(( ) . $ 1.740

251 Feet on 301 with home, well, utility shed excellent Total to Finance . .. . $29,000 r 1.YW"Total to Finance . . $30,740

location, $34,900.COMMERCIAL Monthly Payment . . $403.48 rTMj ? Monthly Payment . . $296.65
ft. floor
BUILDING approx. 15,000 sq.
space Madison & Thompson Streets, 74900. iD0'NII 6" 'Annual Percentage Rate I I. 10 87 II point ant tlNlneed.SUNSEL .
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EVENINGS: 2815 N.W. 13th St., Suite 306

Wayne Douglas . . . 964-6593 Empire of America Bank Building

I Novls Ward . . . . 984-7454 Gainesville, Florida 32609 '

! John Greene . . . 533-2121

Bill Dodd . . . . 96V7408

I Irving Clark . . . . 964-7183 Vacation Cartllleataa ...1111.. 2 adults t 2 children, occupying lame room aa
parent,to 4 days ft :3 nights of Irat 01...accomodatlon.welcome aptlt of cham
ACCELERATED REALTY INC. pagne, complimentary green fee. ft a complimentary paaa for t adult to the
Blltmore House ft Garden and Winery.Tnla offer I I. tianifarable. Hurry this offer
Phone: 964-4544 limited


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i Head Start...
I BaptistChurch
I this year," Mrs. Denkins com
mented. "The Starke Head Start
',. Center is now serving 71 students Starke and
!" and families in the local area. It's
been a time of growth for us and our celebration."S"'T on Hwy 100
services. We are now looking for- BIBLE
= ward to our graduation cermonies
U F rT (June 10th) at each individual SCHOOL
center. If anyone feels as if their
= child could services 16.20 9am-Noon
use our we certainly
wish they would call us at 2 thru 9th grade
'tJ 1fW4Iubr 9648342. We will have someone in Available
the office throughout the months of
June, July and August to receive ap- 73-_'88 or 473-3507
plica tlons.
'.. TMI lent With this year's May Day celebration
such a his success. Mm
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L"--l ,s c r 1 I Life and Praise Ministries

AI Edei "Worshipping in Spirit arid In Truth"

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Coming June 22-25 Don Hughes Ministries
A ',JNt r

I 1 Sunday School 9,30l1m WUr\lup S.rvlu' 10:301101 7:30: pm r ThurWurhlp 7.10 pm J I

Top 100..,
dealer In received for being In the top 100 In sales for his dealer-
John Brown, mobile home Keystone Church 964.4496
Pastor Richard Norman
In the nallon. Home 964.5733
of this he ship
Height (above) Is especially proud placque
Browns' busy business, ,Is located on S.R. 21. I
Pia] miles Si ml 11, <.I l Starke on Hwy 301

Immobile home dealer makes top 100 .

by Linda Wharton LRM Editor sales since August 15, 1968 and Brown, should surpass that this Show Dad
John Brown, a Keystone Heights bought and formed his business here year. "We're 36% over last year's CEDARRIVER I f I j ,
and Starke mobile home dealer,was in Keystone Heights in 1978. He has sales in the first quarter of this ,1\\ : -T i How Much You Care
recently recognized by Fleetwood as expanded from a small lot in year," Brown said. SEAFOOD t yx'
being one of the top 100 dealers in the Keystone proper to a five acre sales Brown attributes his steady increases "
nation. site about 2-miles north of Keystone in sales to "building up a k Join Us for the
on SR-21 and a 3-acre site in Starke good reputation over the past 18 "QYSTER BAR' A T
This is the fifth time Brown,owner located on north 301 which he opened years." 1 Best Seafood Dinner
of John D. Brown's Mobile Home in March of last year.
Centers, Inc., has received this "Last year we sold 189 units In addition to mobile home sales, T T' in Town!
honor. He was presented with a plaque (mobile homes) and this year we'll or manufactured housing sales as
by Larry Abbott from the Fleetgo over 200," Brown said. mobile homes are referred to now,
wood office. Last year his business hit the $4 Brown also deals in modular homes 236 S. Temple (US 301))
Brown has been in mobile home million murk and. according to which qualify for residential zoning.
4 964-5685


ObituariesChristmas, Starke; Carl Christmas, Chapel. Funeral services were held the services. Interment was in -' : ". ....,..... _
Birmingham, Ala.; three sisters, Saturday, June 7, in St. Williams Keystone Heights Cemetery under I : .' .:!I"If'"<>t,.
Mrs. Wave Agner, Kingsley Lake; Catholic Church, Keystone Heights the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof 1.)1 ...... l".. .. \
Mrs. Montine Stokes Fitzgerald with Father Tom Gordon conducting Keystone Heights. .1 ", .
Ga.; Mrs. Sue Bailey, Augusta, Ga.;
five grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
Saturday, June 7, at Kingsley Lake
Cemetery with Rev. Ed. Kirkland
conducting the services. Jones
Funeral Home of Starke was in
charge of arrangements. NOej F vatHARDWARE

Charles Oliver PorterMr. MOBILE S AME

Charles Oliver Porter, 79, of HOME CENTRAL
Keystone Heights, died WednesdayJune ,-
4, at his residence following a A top notch unit especially designed & GARDEN CENTERS ,
long illness. for mobile homes Ask about our no
Born on December 29, 1906 in money down$39. per month special
Logansport, 'Indiana, Mr. Porter from Save & TVidSAWYER S4w eT a 1 IA
moved to Keystone Heights
Lakeland 13 years ago. Mr. Porter I1 ,
was a member of St. Williams 1 ae
Catholic Church in Keystone
Heights.He was a retired supervisor

with Survivors The Garment include Manufacturers.his wife, BettyH. 332 W. MADISON ST. PH, 964.7701 mR SIVI ISiUtt'

Porter; one daughter, Mrs. j
Virginia Kobiata,Keystone Heights;
one brother, John S. Porter, .
Keystone Heights; three grand. / AND TORO SALE!
children and 2 great grandsons.In For The
lieu of flowers, donations may Lowest Prices of the Year -
be made to the Altar Society at St.
Williams Catholic Church, Keystone

Heights.Rosary services were held Friday, Lushest Greenest, Saturday, June 14 9 am to 4 pmat

June 6, at The DeWitt C. Jones our Starke Store U.S. 301 South

II' Healthiest.


Distribution Dates Hot &9 s Payment
Factory Representatives No
Suwannee River Economic Council
Inc., announces the distributionof Cokes Will Be On Hand. Days
USDA commodities.Commodities 30

must be picked up
only at the sites designated on the
card.You must present your current .
card to receive commodities. You or ,95 Instant Credit Approval Plan
either of two designated alternatesmay
pick up the commodities. '"" Sale Rrclxit 11 r up to 2500 for Qualified Buyers
Certification, Recertification or #1132
Replacement of a lost card will be
llhp art iron tyncrofintdbJlanctd i
.done at the Outreach Center. None ,. ,.t/ tngmc 32-in full
will be issued however, during IkMlinf 4 in I cuttmi deck.
Key iKtric* tun FREE
distribution. (Exception: out-lying .,w r*- 9YONinmmer.nn
areas will be recertificed during 1 yg >i "*"
distribution due to distance Involv
!';4 ism' "eNpr11 py N

Special Note: Special days are set
aside for the exclusive distributionsto IMP RECOIL '
the elderly and handicapped. If
you have trouble standing, please There's no better recipe for healthy, Amt MM AIDING M hrs.MOWER Mr ,...m.m f AIe
bring a folding lawn chair so you can LmOi M AIIA M Imle e.a
be more comfortable. beautiful plants than Peters Professional'

USDA's Emergency Food Plant Food with every watering. In fact, RQIRAR'129191t

Assistance program is available of to Peters is so good, it's used by 3 out of 4 pro- Model
all eligible recipients regardless 16775
race, color, national origin, age,sex fessional growers. 21", Self propelled YOUR CHOICE!

or handicap.Distribution. sites and dates are as So, if you want the best looking plants Side Discharge Optional Grass Catcher

follows: you'll ever grow..indoors and out..look for Sale

LAWTEY the entire Peters Plant Food line and grow
WEDNESDAY, June 18, Lawtey like 279"Reg. -
Recreation Center (MiddleburgRd. a pro. 1
349.95 t
.), 10a.m.-2:30p.m.:
THURSDAY, June 19, Old RJE
School Building, 10:30: a.m.-4 p.m. PETERsPROFESSIONAL ,
FRIDAY, June 20, Old RJE School Gryl ,h
Building, 9:00: a.m.-l:30: p.m. _- -_ _- 0 Inu GIIw T-nltp

TUESDAY, June 24, Hampton City PLANT FOOD
Hall, I0a.m.2:30p.m.SPEEDVILLE: I All Toro Lawn Mowers on Sale!
Many Models In Stock to Choose from

WEDNESDAY, May 28, Pleasant LAWN and 7 LORIDA
Grove Baptist Church, 10 am.l30: : FREE TORO TRIMMER
PEST t ; '
;-; with purchase of anyElectricStart
WEDNESDAY, May 28, Brooker City Riding
Hall, 10 am.l30: p.m. 539 E. Call St; SUirko \.J&' CHEMICAL CO Lawn Mower
Please bring a box or bag to put Open 9-6 S.it. 8-fi 964.5745
your commodities in.


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with your Free Membership Card

you can get. .

::,;,;. 95 Movies 3 for $5.00

i 4 Monday Thursday Friday & Saturday!:

Available Financing Any Rental We Will Sell You Any Movie of

IY3.C. & VisaAccepted Fisher.vHs the 100's & 100's & 100's of
Recorder in Stock
movies in stock at cost this
will be sold for
100 Free Movies $ week only! Cash & Carry!

with any 1,000.00 Sale 1 9900
50 Free movies w/500 Sale

100's of Albums 45 RPMRecords ManyCassettes
Country & Western
JUNE & Others Reg. 8.99 On Sale

$ 15th Sale $2.99 5* ea. $2.99j

25 Free .

MoviesSharp Sony
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FM clock *399. '
4 Day Timer w/Quartz 'I./J I
Liquid Crystal Alarm ?!!
Wired Remote 'I I1 .
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:' 10% Off $14999 $49Lloyds

Video Recorder Large Selection of per 24 months month I _-
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Regular'225. CAR SOUND SYSTEMS ---- -

.,, 25 Free Movies $18 900 By Panasonic & Sanyo Grant Grad Gifts! 27" Sony
/ I This Week Only . $ 3 Sets of direct video audio Inputs,
CQ95From ,
stereo bradocast reception dual 2 way
I .. speaker system, programable timer
Chanel block, classic contemporary
I We Carry A Line of ,r'u., World's Smallest deslgnReg1299

I TV, VCR & Stereo Connections 810 B1, ) W' Compact DISC $1099
: Dubbing Cords, Speaker Wires... I.. :ii: ,I' i and Complete _
Gilbrator Panasonic Sony 20" Remote TrinltonTapes
: Tapes Stereo Monitor $5800
T-12D-1 VHS VHS T-120 Micro Black Trlnlton per month -
plcturedlrectaudlo 3 Sets of}direct ,
6 Hour
6 Hour Format Tapes video Input,stereo video audio Inputs, II I eb
$))'66 .. ., I braodcast reception stereo broadcast
$3 9 9 At I""ill"' I $5000 24 hour 1 event dual way speaker i
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Bradford Square Shopping Center. Starke. ___ _-_ 964-6946__ __ .. .. ..
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