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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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pect continued afternoon showers through Friday, June 20. Public Notic.. . . . . .7AA .l NI2 Sv FL CR1Dp
70 percent chance of rain was predicted Wednesday night and a Sport. . . .. . . .. IDA ltvE 13t:1" 1'.t'
60 percent chance today (Thursday, June 19). ;
Continued humid and hot is the forecast, highs in the upper-80s SECTION BI 12 Pagoi FL 3">
and low-90s, lows in the upper-60s and low-70s, with partly cloudy Hoipitol' Progrou. . . . .is 61 .1. 1_
conditions and continued afternoon thundershowers. Cotoload R.pon. . . . IB t t ;
The Louis Hill fire tower north Lawtey reported 2,431nchea and Conllr..Candldata..3I t .,;,
WPXE Radio measured an inch of rain June 14. The New River Tonnii Tourney . . . SB :
tower on SR-100 west of Starke reported .67 inches June 15. Other ppi Get Award. . . . ... "'
readings of afternoon showers varied from zero to less than half an Ar.a Death. . . . .SB ,, .
inch Alripace Restriction . ,, . .,B i
Ju'ne rainfall averages 7.07 Inches. Rainfall so far in 1986 is NOW au. ....... . . . IB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven f.'
several inches below normal. Some areas of Lawtey got nearly four cioHiliod . . . . ,.". ;
inches of rain last week, the New River area 1.25 Inches. church Honor. . . . m 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy M
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Orange Park will : : .; Industry Committee I

a.m. June 28 for a ;:; '; ',

Parade.The parade is A plan to seek 100 new lobs- over Volusia County effort, and the man
Clay Chamber of the next three years has been for for whom Bradford's Mike Cooney i
the Orange Park mulated by the Targeted Industries left here to work for, also put his t'"
Irvine invites local Committee of the Starke-Bradford stamp of approval on the plans for ,
"...a real good County Chamber of Commerce. mulated by TIC, Mullins said.
Called an economic developmentplan Plans are to set up an economic
Swim t : the committee proposes an aggressive development corporation with a
mission to find new in board of directors with three year
The summer .,. dustries for the area. The method of terms, Mullins explained to the
now operated by ty 1',S'1 n i finding industrial prospects is to hire group last Friday nightl.]
Education a professional economic developerand TIC wants a first class operation
Bradford-Union tab ,, a secretary, and to spend up to to:
is set July 1 $266,000 over the next three years on -Recommend needs of Bradford
Registration is the proposed project. County.
9-11 a.m. at each ? The hope is that community donations -Make plans on a longrangebasis.
school center: July r_ / 1 will raise the funds. Included in .
Ele., July IS at the plans is the hiring of a professional -Hire a fulltime time professional
16 at Lawtey Ele., fund raiser. economic developer director. To be
Ele., and July 18 at The Targeted Industries Committee competitive with other com
For more ; c'Rd formed about a year ago, hopesto munities, Starke and Bradford
Vo-Tech Center, 1 get garner the same support from County must have such expertise,
7. C i .3 r local citizens and businesses as did Mullins said.
; r } 9, the drive to turn the old 1902 courthouse TIC recommends that the
V-T into the Starke Center of San- economic developer be a separate
classes ta Fe Community College. As set person from the Chamber of Com
Summer forth at a dinner last Thursday merce director, so the Chamber of
run through August night,June 15. at the Starke Golf and ficial won't have to split is duties
Bradford-Union Country Club before some 65 elected between his short term responsibilities
in Starke. hours city and county elected officials and such as the county fair,
Summer r private citizens invited to hear the and the long term goal of finding in
Center from 8
are proposal, the first year's budget dustrial prospects.
For course listing 4 would total $110,000, the second year The Chamber director has to respond
ment in the $- m $72,000, and the third year $84,000 to the one yelling the loudest,
of Ohz Ozlzgruph. mission's plans to raise $766,000 over and a lot of the time that is the short
mation, phone the next three years. range people. The economic
SFCC Chairman of the Targeted In developer must be free to pursue the
n ".;, r dustries Committee (TIC) is J.E. lone range goal of securing Industry, -
Time still Tomlinson, president of the Florida and have to the time to attend
Summer B Term : National Bank at Starke, the 1984-85 schools, seminars, and visit prospects
Starke Center of president of the Starke-Bradford in other cities and states, said
munity College Chamber of Commerce, and the Mullins.
day, June 23, and man who put the wheels in motionfor Time table, with the June 13
August 6.Classes. the current Chamber projects. meeting as the final step, proposedby
offered Members of the Executive Committee Chairman Tomlinson is:
mer B Term + +.n n of TIC are Chairman Mark -Make a decision on fund raisingin
. Algebra, World u i Mullms Richard Welty, BernieMcFadden July.
S of Math, Computer and departed Chamber -Focus on fund raising in October,
'. plications, executive Mike Cooney. November, and December.
First Aid, and 1 r "We feel this is not an unusual -Come up with plans to remodelthe
Management goal for us. It takes a long time for Chamber of Commerce office to
Registration is this type of thing to pay off," make room for the economic
from 8 a.m. to 4 Tomlinson told the group last Thurs developer and a secretary in Oc
formation, phone day night. The committee wants a tober and November.
.. committement for the total three -Present plans for remodeling to
IIS year effort, said Chairman Tomlin the C of C Board of Governors by

Bradford Head son.Mark Nov.-Remodel 10. the Chamber office
't : Mullins, who bought Crosley
cepting Manufacturing Co., which makes all from Jan. 15 to March 15.
3,4,5 years of age. types of trailers, two years ago and -Hire the economic development
For more moved to Starke, went through a director, Jan. 15 to March 15. _
the Head Start J.E. Tomlinson[ asked the
similar economic development project group:
Pine Street in h'M
in Fosteria, Ohio. That small ci "Does anyone disagree with the
Jill DeSue. ty of 15,000 raised $400,000 just in the idea?" Nobody voiced disagree
city, Mullins told the local group. ment. "Don't you really believe
Free Blood Mullins sees "..big movement for we're on the edge of something,"
Starke. I think this town has a lot of Tomlinson said.Tomlinson .
A free blood excellent opportunities," said asked, "Will the pro-
be given the first 4s; Mullins. ject go?" ,
month from 1-4 Dave Richmond, a professional
at Bradford economic developer and head of the See 100 JobS..P.3U)

;., nurse will issue d
I cards, record What 100 New Manufacturing Jobs Mean to a Community >a[

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,.: i Aggregate personal Income . $1,948,353 .

'. Each Tuesday, 8 ; Set
Lake Civic Center.
Dance, first New retail establishments . . . 7 .
month, same place. it has been compressed so a
.. workshop, 8 p.m. reaches the top salary of .

. dance. after 12 years experience. IY| Nonrhanufacturlng . . . 64
* If interested in with experience
* lessons, please call the top jobs can earn upwards

j.'- more information. under the new schedule. q t t Population Increase . . . . . 202
1986 legislature budgeted a 7
* Active salary increase for state
and retirement costs .

J. The Senior Increased one percent, said Ii t Family units . . . . . . . 102
-f activities eluding needlework for senior Duncan.


."\,.< ercises The Center, bingo is, etc. In... School enrollment . . . . 61
school center and departmen
through Friday :
have been sub-
. p.m. and Is located Supt.requests Duncan said Tuesday. ftfc Retail sales . . . . . $1.477/453
courthouse the
on it's a matter of getting a little :..
and
Georgia
I out." Rgure represent a net change from 1970 to 1980 Source 1984 Study of the

Upcoming.. ( SchOOl Pay..P.3A> U S. Chamber of Commerce based on census data from 1970 and 1980

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7 Starke p.m.-The in meets Zoning the School Attendance I


7 p.m.-Next in meet city hall.of KH- Bradford schools and some 10-12 Clay (next fall) we'd like to know it at least a yearin

sion of Starke is students in the Highland area of Clay County advance," said Supt. Duncan.
would Bradford schools.
attending
1, at 7:30: p.m. in students Common Problem...
-The Board of
Starke-Bradford Lack of Money... It's a common problem and the two boards
merce is set Clay officials point out there is a lack of should work together to solve it, said Rodney
12:15: p.m. in the school building money, that Clay Countians Hall, the Bradford school board member who
Starke Branch of Ridge turned down a $25 million bond issue for new arranged the joint meeting in the armory at
munity of schools and now there is$2.5 million to do that Camp Blanding. "Personally, I feel the course
-The Bradford which ty line should not be a barrier;said Hall who
sion will next meet at job.It is difficult to Justify spending Clay Coun repeatedly suggested studying the feasibility
at 9:30: a.m. in the discus- ty dollars to build more space In Keystone of a joint use school. Hall pointed out he sug
meeting room on June Heights for Bradford County students, said gested a joint-use school 20 years ago but
the Clay school board chairman George Bush.It nothing came of it.
-Next county scheduled the is the goal of Bradford school officials to Clay school board member Martha Max
Commission schools, meet the needs of Bradford students in a well pointed out that Gov. Bob Graham'sstate
City neighborhood setting, said Bradford school growth plan has a section on how to best
day, July 7, at 7:30: superintendent Jim Duncan, who has been serve the people in one area. An excellent
hall.Next scheduled employed in Bradford schools for 16 years point, said Clay Chairman Bush, who chairedthe
Commission attend and Is in his first year as superintendent. The meeting.
City in majority of students in question live in Bradford Bush said it a hot topic among some peopleto
Tuesday, July 8, at :
Coun County and attend Clay school on the charge an assessment of $500 to $1,500 per
hall.Next scheduled wishes of their parents, pointed out Bradford household to parents sending their children to
Supt. Jim Duncan. "Basically, it's a parent's another county to school. "If the Clay school
Commission
City Lake, choice type of thing;said Duncan. district hod the resources, I don't think we'dhave
yr. Tuesday hall. July 8, at attending "If we're going to get 100 more students a problem at all," said Chairman Bush.to .








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( A new Starke law requiring who benefited by its being Installed. now wants service because his sep- extended to their property, unless
-r. .!. ;;;.} residents to pay for water and sewer Attorney Terence Brown advisedthe tic tank has failed, and cost of a new the resident Is willing to pay the entire
) t' lines run across their property, even council that other towns and one exceed the cost of running a cost up front. Liens against property
"1J! '', though they do no request the ser cities have ordinances lace sewer line By ordinance, the city as result of assessments,maync.
vice, is being considered by city liens on property for capita im- charges $3 per foot to run lines,with be collected for 20 years, or
commissioners.A provements. These liens are collected the 600 feet costing the resident more, leaving the city with a short
problem that could arise is the when the property is con- $1,800 for sewer, as opposed to a cost fall in funds.
city having to pay for installing nected to city utilities, or when the of $3,000 to $5,000 to build an accep-
water and sewer service lines across property changes hands, In event table septic tank. Schaefer says the Biggs offered a suggestion that the
several vacant lots to get to a resi- there is no hookup.Commissioner problems is one of being fair. The city amend the $3 per front foot and
dent who requests the utility service Bobby Biggs madea line extension will pass two replace the charge with a percentage -
Mayor Charles Schaefer told the motion to request attorney Brownto undeveloped lots, and the owners of of actual cost of running lines.
j council members that the city had draw such an ordinance. It was those two lots will not be required to He suggested that the city pay 50
recently run a sewer line in Reno seconded by Commissioner Vernon pay any of the cost, under present percent of the cost,and each property
across two vacant lots of a customer Silcox, and passed without opposition ordinances. Once the lines are in owner be assessed 25 percent, fora
who had paid the total cost. The place, those lot owners may hook in- total of 50 percent, with property
owners of the two vacant lots did not to the sewer by paying only impact owners on each side of the road.
request sewer service and under Charges Discussed... fees. Schaefer feels all owners
; current city law are not obligated to The council discussed whose property is improved, shouldshare
pay for the serv!ceo While this situation assessments for running sewer and the cost.Councilman. Silcox said "I'm not against the
F posed no problem, since the water lines for an hour at their Vernon Silcox said assessment; I'm against the Immediate -
homeowner paid the entire cost,problems following meeting Tuesday,June 17, that he shares the philosophy of outlay of city funds, which"
: 9ss will arise in the future unlessan when attorney; Brown presented the fairness, but had other reservations.The may not be repaid for many years.
Brownto
Schaefer advised
ordinance is passed that will proposed ordinance. cost of running sewer lines probably attorney
J revise the and it for
ti !? enable the city to asssess all property ,Mayor Schaefer cited a situationin exceeds $3 per foot. The city draft return
owners whose property is adja- which a resident lives 600 feet cannot afford to accomodate further study at the next regular
cent to the sewer or water line, or beyond the sewer line terminal, but everyone who wishes to have lines meeting.



I 6 \ Hampton To Hire Part-time Police Officer

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.I. by John SturgesBCT was specifically looking for a fully dollars if the town handles the construction some time to acquaint themselveswith
certified officer, but some doubt was itself. the situation.
\ CorrespondentThe raised of the availibility of a certified
1 fr.y J officer to work part time. Padgett thinks the city can save
movement to advertise to hirea thousands of dollars by letting the Organizing Athletics...
1 parttime police officer to help bet city do the work. A grant is still be- The council was told of the foun-
ter protect the city and give the sole ing sought for the city which couldbe ding of an athletic baseball association -
officer in Hampton some much needed Water for H.Villas... used toward the water project. for Hampton and the surrounding -
assistance was the major topic at Also discussed was the of A $150 hook-up fee will be chargedper area.
the Tuesday, June 10, city council getting water hook-ups to progress the Hampton customer to offset constructioncosts VIcki Cruz, representing local
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meeting.Of Villa area near town. A rough Mayor Padgett said, and a $20 parents in Hampton, is requestingany
-.. survey was ordered by the city of the deposit that will be refunded.A support or donations in the
Hairplanes Wins Improvement Award... special note was the decision to area and six residents interviewedsaid establishment of Little League
advertise for a fully certified and they wanted hook-ups and one special discussion of the Hampton baseball teams in the city. ,
Hairplanes, a hair styling salon on the corner'of t'S-3018: and Edwards qualified law officer to work a 20 of the six wanted seven personal Villa project will be held when The city also moved to donate the
Road, has been awarded the Bradford Improvement Award for June. hour work week with a salary of$100 hook-ups for herself. Mayor Padgett the council meets again on Tuesday, lights from the old town field for the
Hairplanes owner Alan Greenberg receives the award from H1A Com per week. Mayor Elwood Padgett figured the costs o run about $?R''III June 24, giving the council! members! league.
mittee Chairperson Susan Faulkner. The award was presented for exterior

improvements and, landscaping.. ... .. .
BUS Summer School Starts Monday
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Summer school at Bradford High something in each subject area, graders, to take PE this summer
8 Pack 16 oz. for 1986 opens Monday, June 23, and English, math, science. The sum "It's an excellent opportunity to get
runs through July 31. mer session is offered for make-up the V4-credit and get the weight lifting
Returnable Bottles Students need to arrive at BHS at 8 students who flunked a course in In," says Coach Hurse.
p.m. Monday, the first day, to regular session.
Pepsi Products register, says Assistant Principal Driver's education and physical Coach Hurse urges all football
Paula Steele.The student day will be education will also be offered for players to come down to the field
h i+a \ five hours, from 8:30: a.m. until 2 credit. house and lift weights,whethe or not
10 I ep Coach David Hurse urges football they enroll in PE.
W 99 ;->> p.m.Courses offerings will include players, especially incoming 9th July 3 and 4 will be holidays.

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$2.21 reg.Mac's .
Cigarettes . . . . . . per pack plus tax $1.05 1o rear $12.15 reg. "'
Car Wash
Lays Potato Chips . . . . . 7 oz. & 6.5 oz. Bags 99*
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\ Clerk, Marshal for Brooker OkayedIn

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Local Bill by FL LegislatureBy ,

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., 4 Buster Ilahn the council to be prepared to make a pressed a concern about several
+ HOT Staff Writer decision at the next regular meeting. buildings that are in a sad state of
Attorney Roger Blinn advised the Council Chairman C.J. Stalnaker repair, within the town. Some have
i council Tuesday night, June 10, that remarked that he would like to do burned,while others are delapidated
a ti r' t f t.,. the office of Senator Bill Grant, away with elections of the two positions from age and neglect. Edwards ask-
> rt, N Nt D-Madison, had notified him the bill ed Blinn if the town had any respon-
was passed by both houses of the The problem has been the lack of sibility or obligation, in event someone
,. Florida Legislature authorizing the qualified candidates living in was injured in one of the
town of Brooker to make both the Brooker. buildings. Blinn said the town has no
marshal and clerk positions appoin- responsibility. Any injuries would be
'1 1i tive or elective Beauty Shop OK... redressed by the property owner. He
i,; Gov. Bob Graham has not signed Town Clerk Linda Robinson told further advised the council that it
the bill, so far as it is known, but the council that she had contacted could file condemnation action
local bills are usually signed routine Bradford County Zoning Director through the courts, and have the
ly,or allowed to become law without L.M. Gaines in reference to coun- buildings razed, and the property
j his signature. cilman Roy Carroll's request for approval cleaned up. The town has authority
Blinn asked the council members to put a beauty shop in his to take action to abate nuisances.The .
t to consider options the town now home. Robinson stated that Gaines council instructed Clerk Robinson -
has, and provide guidance for him in told her there was no problem with to send a registered letter to Ms.
drafting an ordinance to implement zoning, providing there is no restric- Ruby McCartney, advising her to
the legislation. Two options are: ((1)) tion in the deed. Robinson had clean up her property within 30 days
7 provide for election of marshal and relayed the information to Carroll The McCartney house burned about
kl clerk,providing the candidate meetsall earlier and he told her the deed is two years ago. It was located across
requirements; if there is no free oi restrictions. There was no from the fire station.
qualified candidate, then provide for formal action taken. Robinson was also instructed to
an appointive marshal or clerk ((2) write N.G. (Bebe) Hayes, Jr.and request -
Eliminate elections entirely, and appoint Town Eyesores... that he raze the old Pinholster
both postions Blinn asked Councilman Carl Edwards ex store buildingSuwannee .

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Health Presentation...
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Martha IMiley and Edna Wainwrightere Interested Ur llernaiuletoixliuted a Ilut'"tionlnl! answer ses- S
listem-rs several weeks ago to Carlos Hernandez, Ml) slon for the <'uioiis! audience! at the Methodistas
the Bradford County Medical Auxiliary put on un Fellowship ll.ill.Authritis .
Public Education Presentation at the
Methodist Chnnh In Starke. President ol the Ituxlloid County I\h'd Auxiliary SwiftySUWANNEE
The educational session was presented by !Mr. Larry is Anna Kelos. for information on the K.ini/alion call
1 Abbey and Mr. Steve Goodwin of Pfizer Laboratories. her at !IlIil-76m.;

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School Pay Package Plan Approved

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allocation in the Florida Education wise, the line is being held on STORE
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People probably won't get Finance Program which was $1,782in employees.In .
everything they want, but the basics 85-86 and has gone to $2,013 for
will be covered, Supt. Duncan says. 8687. state funding, Bradford went ,
The operating budget of the local from 44th among the 67 districts to b/ft _
Early Planning... district will total over $12 million in 29th for 86.87, pointed out Supt. Duncan -
Supt. Duncan had to convince 86-87, up from $10.7 in 8586. Salariesfor .
school board members the financial the 500 employees, 258 instruc-
planning is solid, even though done tional personnel and some 250 non- The new budget also includes BL l
earlier than ever before. instructional employees, will total$9 some pleasant surprises. There is
It worried board members the million, pointed out Business $7,000 more in sparcity funds 'J "
salary figures were being handedout Manager Mike Reddish. which is money allocated to ruralcounties
before budget workshops begin. One problem is the small reservein to make up for the lack of \ t
"We've done a lot of preliminary the $12 million main budget. One students. There is $168,000 in grant
planning," Supt. Duncan told the mistake, or a slight miscalculationin money to extend the PREP program Peggy Mote Store Manager Invites
to shop here and !
concerned board members the number of students attendingnext already in grades K-3, into you save
"I feel like we can fund it. 1 year, and the budget could be grade 4 and 5, and to start a content
wouldn't have brought it to you this forced into red ink, pointed out reading program in Bradford Mid- I I
early if 1 didn't think we could fund veteran board member Rodney rtlp School
It. I agree, it is early," said the Hall. And, Supt. Duncan has learned
superintendent Supt. Duncan pointed out the only that liability insurance costs won't
The $1.3 increase comes basically new employee added was a part- increase by 50 percent, as feared,
from an increase in the per student time computer programmer Other- but will go up 25 percent. All Cigarettes Quaker State

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:' 100 Jobs Wanted Florida History $929 Carton

.. (from page 1A) vibrant community Will be DiscussedAt 30W&10W40 C
1 "When you make the solicitationof John Miller, 86-87 president of the Historical SocietyThe 93 Single Pack 8 9
community leaders you'll know if Chamber of Commerce, said there is Bradford Qt.
Historical Societywill
it'll go or not," said Guy Andrews.The no way anybody can keep Bradford
meet at 7:30: tonight ( )
decision, said Med Connelly, County and the City of Starke the Thursday
in the conference the
at SFCC
room
is whether you want to have Starke way it is today. "I prefer to organizeand Starke Center. John
Dykes, history
and Bradford County remain as they prepare for what's going to hap-
at Santa Fe will discuss
professor ,
are now. That isn't bad, there is a lot pen here in the next 15 years,"
the
historical significance of the
the Miller said. Dozen All Gallon
of good points about communitynow Bradford-Union County area in rela-
Connelly said. tion to Florida history.Mr. .
Or Connelly, the retired head of a At 9:40 p.m. Chairman Tomlinson Dykes is a seventh generation EGGS MILK
large national industrial firm, said said: "It's time to go out and see if Floridian from West Florida. After
the community can be turned into a we can raise the funds. f it goes we six years of service in the U.S.
vital, growing, energetic, and more will all benefit. If it doesn't..." Marines he entered Santa Fe Com-

munity College as a member of its 59C $1. 79
first class graduating in 1968. He
Tennis Tournament... graduated from the University of
I Florida with high honors and received -
be picket 01 luineu in ai Lilt uia
up
Applications for the Lipton Tea a full Scholarship for graduate
Armory (Starke Recreation
Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournamentare
work He holds
Department). Deadline for a masters degree
now being accepted. They may registration is tomorrow, June 20, from UF, and has been an instructorat
Santa Fe since 1972.
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THE BRADFORD oz. Regular King SizeSNICKER

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JANETJune COUNTY TELEGRAPH Vienna Sausage BAR

Publislac! every Thursday
at 13S W. Call Street
18, 1960 Feb. 9, 1984 Starke.! Florida 32091

Second Class postage. paid atStllr.e. 49 49CI'
In MemoryHe 1.lorida.

Subscription Rates:
In-trudc area: $12.00 per year
gave me for a little while a child of mine to love. $7.00 six months

So beautiful and charming, more radiant than any(< Outside area: $13 per year Ml *# Siffil j| ( i
$6.50 six months
J angel up above.

Although I didn't get to keep you but to the age of(

[twenty-three He promises to love you and keep you < -

safe for me. *

You brought your charm to gladden me although BUDGET SUMMARYCity

your stay was brief, I have your lovely memories asj

>comfort for my grief. I have your beautiful picture] of Lawtey Fiscal Year 198586The

hanging on the wall, I take it down and kiss it crying,

[God help me through it all. r II
I sheltered you with tenderness. I loved you while I Proposed Operating Budget Expenditures of the City of Lawteyare

[may and for the happiness that you gave I'll forever < 2.50/0 more than last year's Total Operating Expenditures.

[grateful stay.If <
heartaches could be measured mine would surely < IOH 198. 10'j5 1085nl'DGET

.welgh; a million tons of saddness I can truly say. ACTUAL nUDGET ACTUAL

Your brother and your sister share my sorrow too, REVENUES
(clinging to each other with lots of love for you. Taxes $ 50,563 $ 41,879 $ 74,471 $ 62,287
Licenses and PermitsIntergovernmental 636 636 245 1,494
) Since the angels called for you much sooner than
I [we had planned we will brave the bitter grief and try| Revenue 65,133 83,195 61,839 86,591
Charges for Services 2,045 2,373 12,069 314
fto understand.
< Fines and Forfeitures 44,000 46,021 24,210 23,543
j We wish you could be with us to celebrate your day. Miscellaneous Revenue 8,300 11,166 889 9,989

Your Mother, your sister, your brother wishes you a TOTAL REVENUES 170,617 185,270111,723 184,218

[very happy birthday.


We love you Janet EXPENDITURES

Norma Leslie Darrell Current : 17,479 30,454
,
General Government Services 23,133 24,835 69:531: 58:268:

Public Safety 61,582 57,730 3,983 4.586

TransportationPhysical 40,200 36,400 30,810 32.903

EnvironmentCultureRecreation 3,338 3,587 1,108 1,243

1,100 1,652 122,911, 127 ,454
ft lllpd TOTAL EXPENDITURES 129.553 124,204





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Restricted AirspaceWord i vt: pt ,

Is Home ,Inwf
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from Washington is that the In its letter to the I FAA the Department '-. ,rr at \

Federal Aviation Agency an of Transportation said : ;?' j

extension of time for more pubic input "Keystone Airpark, the only I public dins is home again: and out of )lain .. r apt""' ., ,I, n '' a J

into the matter of expanding the licensed and operated airport in Clay ,
restricted the Blan- 21,000 jxMJiids heavier than when he Iclt "" \.1 I
airspace approximately
over
Camp
County, averages Apra I for the Ko/uk Clinic in Spain, his
"
ding reservation in the area of the annual operations with 37 permanently- appetite is jjood I, and he is able to ride his ;, ,, ,

Keystone Heights Airport. The original based aircraft. tricyclehis most pri/.cd possession. I,,

deadline for receiving public commentsat "The role of this Bureau is to ensure His oncescilli'il over legs ur<;virtually ,'-\. .

the Atlanta office of the Federal current and future potential for safe, ef- clear of sores, and only :a lew minor spots ,, ri.' .,. fw,: ,.,,.'.' '.

Aviation Agency was June 10. ficient use of the state's navigable remain on his back which was u solid mass '" -.wi'' ....... _,,.T,,:. .... ,.,
of months ..
to this include its sores three ago .. .. :.. .. <.J
Following a trip Washington airspace to airways systemis '.>.. .: '

week, Keystone Heights mayor Bill preserved for all users. Closing or Although cleared ul the; skin problems, ,"."!.':, :..' t'f,"'' ).. .

Beam felt encouraged that the FAA severly/ limiting operations of a publicly microsurgery will he required in thu future : ;,....'. : :: ;: . before Chris can run and play like other .. ,,: ', ::. t.
would grant the time extension and funded airport is clearly not in keeping .. ;.'
children his due to ligament and muscle ; "t"- .. "
"
age I\'
"it". ..
perhaps set a public hearing on the con with this role. !" ,
contractions: in his: ankles: and feet. Mis .Ii' : ...,,'- ". ;
troversial matter that has caused con- The letter also stated, "The increaseof skin must stabili/e more before this! can be .\! "ut' ;,.., .'.' w. .., .", '..' ...""_

cern to residents of Keystone Heights, done. ''# the lateral limits by the proposed ruleis ',j.'it.\ 1",1 ... _"
the Keystone Airport management, and damaging to the future of the !!';" ;:" .r... ,:
residents around lakes near the Chris will ontmuu on his special diet for ""7'', .J'\ "'!' "
Keystone Airport for civilian use. at least a year, and his mother, Brenda '"
southern boundaries of the Camp Blan- '
Campbell gays: the fresh meat he requires! : <
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ding reservation.As "Based on known objections to this will be Mown in from Colorado and supplied ;: <: "
proposal, it is recommended that it be to her by Mother Earth of ...
in most matters of this kind, there > > .
withdrawn recirculated and Gainesville. ; '
and appropriate ., ;.
are compelling arguments strong \
be held '"
feelings on both sides of the issue. A alteration public meetings of existing restrictedareas priorto She was very favorably impressed with .. .

spokesman for the Military told a recent any is finalized." the clinic in Spain and its: founder, Pavel 'II' '_ y M ,.I.w I..
meeting of the Keystone City Council Ko/.ak with whom she managed to communicate II .
well in spite of a language bar ....
for
that the the
request expanded area
"It's bad in a safety aspect and also in rier. ,. tir
;
in for of the f
originated plans expansion .
an economic aspect Young said.
.
National Guard following a decrease in "Prevailing winds at the site dictate Over his breakfast of two large bowls! of r1 +
the "standing Army" to 700,000 men. cream-of-wheat, Chris was! smiling and j
that we use the runway we have just im cheerful
Wednesday morning and :
We were not fully proved at great expense more than 90 to get at the keyboard of the electric organ eager r "

airspace around Camp Banding in the percent of the time for takeoffs, heading he likes to play. '" "::,' .Ii!" ;:"

past and we simply want to use the directly over Blanding. With the proposed ':
airspace over property owned by the new boundaries there will be no : .< : "

State Armory Board to meet these new margin for error, especially for beginn- .. asp "
't
training requirements, the Council was ing pilots. ,.l t -. Jg* -. '
told. In addition to the increased ground J. $: ,' .

space, the proposal would also increasethe "The area is too crowded already. We .. .. .... w '
altitude level up to 32,000 feet to give have
a high speed military jet route
gunners a higher angle of fire "for more west of the and
airport we re runningout
Letters the Editor. Wildlife Officer
realistic training". of options for private pilots in this to .. t"

The military representative said the area We don't need additional restric- KLPOA Speaker :

restrictions would be in effect only 24 tions now," Young continued. "The Reader Asks Where well behaved. I will miss all of you. ;

days in each year, during the summer time limitation may be just 24 days a Is "Total" Freedom? Mrs Vivian Chappell New Officers Elected ,;

field training of the National Guard and year, but the restricted area will be ChaperoneThanks

regular Army units. In the matter of listed on airmaps all year, and to most To Whom It May Concern:

noise pollution it was said that the new private pilots, when they see an area In regard to the speech that Cdr.Charles ExpressedFor Jerry Krumnnch discussed of the the Game and Fish for

gun emplacements would be firing in a mapped like that, it's just like a stop W. Moore made at the graduation Editorial SupportOn Commission restocking Kmgsle Lake with program Sunshine

northerly direction from the airport and sign to them." ceremony like June the 6, 1986. He said there was BUS AuditoriumDear Bass at a covered dish supper held by

the town of Keystone into the usual im- no U.S.place United States free because the members o[ the Kinisle\\ I Lake Property
was "Free totally American
pact area in the middle of the reserva- So far, the arguments have been free". Mr. Matthews: Owners Assn// Saturday night.\
Krumnnch stressed the of i
tion. limited mainly to the principals involved Where? I ask. Where? We are told we On behalf of the Bradford County School vegetation along the shores importance of\the lake to

In spite of these statements, the with little, if any chance for input must wear seat belts when we drive or ride Board I want to express to you our thanks provide breeding grounds fur fish Grass
Keystone Council unanimously adopteda from the hundreds of "lake dwellers" in a car or receive a Pane and gratitude for the very interesting and other vegetation should not he removed
whose be "impacted" to We told that have editorial on the Bradford High School if better fishing grounds are rJ(' lrt'rhe\ I
must
resolution opposing the airspace boundary property may are we a permitto Auditorium that you had in the June 5,1986
said !
changes, and Keystone Airport some degree by the boundary changes. we build are told on our how own it must private be built property, then issue of the "Telegraph" It was a very One-ryuarter mile of the new hicvcle and
manager Jim Young said that use of the In a democracy, such as ours, they too well written antcle, and one that was very jogging path have been completed between r
airport would be "seriously impacted"if should be given an opportunity to be We are told we can't smoke here or well received in the higher political arena. Fire Lanes land 3, and the next

the new restrictions were put into ef- heard. there. You ran be sure that on our legislativevisit phase will be for one.half mile extending
My list could go on and on. So I am asking to Tallahassee that weekend we north Clay County Commissioner James
fect. He was backed by a letter to the That opportunity would best be provided where is the United States totally made sure that numerous copies were Jett announced.

FAA from the State Department of by public hearing authorized by free? Definitely not Florida. placed in very strategic 'seats' of Officers reelected at the last: 1 KI.POA

Transportation concerning the adverse the FAA, as requested by the Keystone (Name withheld on request) legislative very positive members.impact We not feel only that locally it madea but directors president.meeting Delano were Thomas' Dwight vice Elder presi

effect on the airport. Heights City Council. among the legislative delegation also. dent; Ann Hill, secretary: and Jean
Seniors Congratulated for your contribution toward Peters, treasurer
For Excellent BehaviorOn this worry and very needed communityeffort. :\"\v directors elected for three year

./ .. .'I& Trip to Nassau We truly appreciate your thoughts terms were Opal Bishop, Edgar Stl'li arl.
I 'I'IT and encouragement on the matter Edna Wamwright, and Jean Peters
( CAMP BLANDING l ) Thanks for a great trip to the Bahama s. Len Schlofman, OD

- _L !. '_ ..__ __. Our group was great no problem, nothingwas School Board Member
.::::r I' ...n.'T.,:. destroyed. Investigators Discuss
/m.e Everybody had a good time and every
:j e 1 ? .:( //j student went out of their way to make me Hearn CaseOne
\
,:': V-- '\.. VifJZ.! o /d7::: 'rr feel welcome and included in all their act- Clay County :Meeting

A 1 _. -- :: vities,. of the most unusual criminal casesin
.::.:. lu''J ::, The 28 seniors visited Salt Island, where On Historic Sites the history: of Bradford Count the John
.... .. ?: Set For June 2tt
::,; ( .':' f Gilligan's Island was filmed; visited the Hearn murrers-for hire were discussed at
/
I ; I/ 1ft IS II It IM __ la ;; Ili, \ straw markets and had a good time The Clay County Historical Commission the Starke Rotary Club( last week b>' Don I

\ bargaining with the shop keepers and urges all concerned citizens Denton investigator with the Bradford I
::: fYr.p.-J.. ..,::::7 dressed up for a toga party. who are interested in the preservation County sheriffs office, and Wiley Clark, I
I!':::: :. C"; The BHS seniors were among 1,400 of Historic sites to be present at investigator with the !state attorneys office .
::;: % ''ttrr1m .) :.:,"::; .y\" / Z- seniors on the Ship Oceanic, owned by the Citizens Advisory Committee in Starke
r. 7J ::: ( Walt Disney World. The students enjoyedthe meeting Thursday. June 26, at 7 pin The speakers were introdm by Sheriff '
iffff .I and cheese statue of in the Courthouse 4th Dolph Reddish who commended them
r.jjJl' l .,::: ice sculptures a Clay County on
.. :; ,
!
:: ,.:::::::::: :: Mickey Mouse. floor. unravelling the long paper trail'of
oL"'"""" .r
:::; :; ;, -I": ".,. Terri Fender placed 7th among 35 con For further information call Sarah evidence left across several slates by
:::: ;% .// t'f: testants in representing the BUS crowd ina Smith 284-1921, or Elizabeth Hearn and his accomplice Debra Ban
I t: 10 7' /? 11 1:1 1-- bikini contest. Spencer 284-3462. nister The complicated trail of hundredsof ",

;:;\:,:: :;;: 7__ ::. .::::::1)" All-in-all, the BUS seniors were really checking long distance accounts calls and other motel items receipts eventually :

KEYSTONE P- '., Lowery .,:;;::. lf'L.: .' J solved the mystery of Joe
1' ;.,.;V A" A ;;;::'" r/ ; Bradford Bannister's murder near Starke Cecil
: W'. ..,:::;: ......, H pc GOLO MEAD 'l l 11 Forestry in County Batie in Gainesville, and Sandra Black in
A't ? .r
I :::::: -.. : e;,. BRANCH Texas. Hearn confessed to all three
::.::.;: ;'./ / ...:.::j: / 'GI STATE MANN
.... ::::: ..;'.....V' Hy nay Id W, Norton murders and in order to save himself from

b. ;..;::;'....-.L' v./ ::;;::::. ., .ii. ,......., Bradford Counts' Forester Iheeleclric chair agreed testify against(
;::;: ;'Mydr tW V ..::.::i:::;::" / lJ A Ig/") / Z I'In." Debra and three other members of her
a :::::;"" <:::.;.:.::' 1 ti i ,,...f5'ii in this rate is 50 percent (that's something of a family, also involved in the Bane case
county owning
:: For landowners
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---tr( .. 0 tax break). .
:i.1 ... .. :< / timber. Congress with its tax reform proposals
:::.:::: .A\.U ::: @
:... .. -.c /I] the "axe" to your ((2)) Capital gains The Senate FinanceCommittee I Weatheri/ation ProgramStill
z" : : : I are putting
-...-_'-_.-r- :.;..:::. .. .?::::: II,1. "... .. ."-_< L p_'r.a.aQ "'.0 timber before the timber becomes individuals eliminated including timber all capital capital gains gains for Operating Here
r: .. harves table.
.. .c: The Suwannee River EconomicCouncil :
'" for timber for Christmas! tree
or
I = ,... and sold private
-j'-'r''I' If have either cut pine
; ;- ""' R" you
.ye J! -i .M< production For individual timber owners Inc.. announces the
i 4 : timber or plan to sell some in the future a
? k_. ;;r:::: "i ft' ..G J."J.- ..w special tax treatment called "capitalgains" the top tax rate would increase from the Weaihriation Program is still
IWUy /" present maximum capital gains rate of 20 operating in Bradford Count The
should be to becausetax
t a concern you
In MM It.Jj 0j11 provides materials and
"I
% V.+J J reform proposals may eliminate this! percent to a new top ordinary income rate program
!! .. 0 1n'i.1 labor at no cost 1 to the recipient, to
of 27 Capital treatment for
Q percent. gains
I If utilize
lj' 1 : special tax treatment. you capital make the home as weatherproof as
O. is retamed--at a rate of 28
\ t .. = timber sale had corporations
' :- II aYnAle'10. .. \1 ;t'i l>;1 in rJ, ). .... _. -_ gains to 60 treatment of on the a you received percent (that is no help for timber funds! will permdPriorities
percent money you
; up are given to the elderly(
,, 0 1 Il from the sale is essentially! tax-free. The growers).
1 r.\ and those with the
I 1 100 ... KEYS.TONE HEIGHTS I i'W' :: "I. Af' .;;.. ,315iMwrll remaining 40 percent is taxed as additional ((3) Expensing of Timber MangementCosts and/or those whose house lowest is I income
.c... tor sQr rff l I ., "'11- the deduction of current timber in most
11 : whatever income
taxed at
:: rr0 /n.. 'I') income and need weatheri/ation.. Proof of
;
> income
I :
/\;: Y. ella fall in. maintenance expenses, property taxes and
a\\'a. SEE INSET .-II Ii ; bracket that you for the entire family and proof
j. ..fl'Jft '
; 2t :r'B" A'\-.U214 slii Captial gains is a tax treatment of ownership must the
from current law, and accompany
tions Is unchanged
1 ".'. ./1. r "II other types of long-term investments application. Tax
....: ( the receipt for the land
: Reforestation Incentive abilityto
LAKE GE EVA (4))
-"K 7'I. ./ j\\ besides timber. This treatment encourages and/or trailer title
7r ...IWr I> ., Iluwl' recover up to $10,000, over a seven year or tag rt'gi.tralion
"" "" ) ,.., "'",\ planting and growth of timber by ( will he accepted. Rental
Q' co: : \ incentive to take some of the period of costs of planting pine timber property
an
acting as also be conllidl'red.llh
Lat'I'' may written
I ",- 9te I risks that along with growing timber through tax credits and deductions.
S&oI go
== permission of the
\ For those landowners who have put
I J ;iRt\: o'l? diseases(development to name, arsonists just a few, insects). Under and tax capital gains to good use! they should give Weatherization landlord/owner can
or
tf"l ", c>O reform proposals you can kiss this treat some serious thought to writing your U.S. .... repair
-::": ] ; r.. r them replace windows doors broken
( ) and explain to
? I d' used this Congress persons
If have never
f; ment goodbye you of glass seal and/or
Ii \" 'J panes caulk
'M'
I ,=J II. .. 7 tax treatment or didn't know about it, I the benefits this tax treatment provides. cracks holes
patch
in floors ceil
It
r- / ;. Sources in Washington say many reform
lan-
s won't miss it much. For
suppose you ings exterior walls or patch and/or
final bill
i items could but that a
l-- this treatment as an incentive change
downers promised kool seal roofs to
keep the cold air
end of
will be the summer
approved by ;
.1f..w: reforest or plant idle or otherwise of
to out home.Weatherization.
.,,, your
send those letters
there's still time to
i ... ./I.; non-productive land, you may be bad- cannot
; d. before the axe falls on the tax laws. With l'I'p.Urlr
ia': ly cheated. replace steps, porches or screens.
all the on IRAs. we are
news publicity
'''I Proposed New Restricted Airspace Highlights of the tax reform bill as it affects neglecting the one investment which this If you would benefit from this! program
o I 219 Shown Shaded Area forestry Is as follows: and think might
e by on Map Income Tax country is still building upon wood pro you qualify
. !t: ((1) Individual Ordinary' ducts. Wood products take more than en- come by our Outreach Center at 1.13:
\Ii Rate. two new tax rates are established! West Call Sl, in Slarke and fill. out an
t. IJ / law couragement to grow, they require money
current
and percent.. Under application cull
-t percent or M4! Kti'.xi.\
income tax TAX MONEY, let's save ill!
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1111// Joiner-Harper Wedding
1 To Be June /
k 21 To Be June 28

Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Dobbs of The
Raiford wedding date for Dawn
announce the engagementand Joiner, daughter of Mrs. Janice

daughter upcoming, Rhonda marriage Renna, of to their Paul Joiner, Starke and Timmy Harper,
Tomlinson, son of Mr. Gene Tomlin- son and of Mrs. Olivia Harper Starke ( %
son of Raiford. Wayne Harper, Brooker, will be j-T
June 2B at 8-00: in
The p m. the Bayless
June wedding is planned for Satur Hiway Baptist Church, Starke. I
day
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at Fellowship Babtist
There will be a reception the
I at
Church in Raiford at 7:30
: p.m. church
All friends and relatives are in. fellowship hall following the

vited to attend. A reception will ceremony All friends and relatives are in- {
follow the wedding at the fellowship vited to :
witness the vows. '. .' IYI. '
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Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Milner, Jr. hall. -- -.. -

Cooper Griffis WeddingSet Mr & Mrs William Smith

Donna Thornton Robert Milner Jr. For June 22
,
Mr. & Mrs. Dan C. Cooper, Sr. Nancy Crews William Smith
wish to announce the marriage of ,

WedA/\ay\ 24 in Ft. Worth Texas CeremonyDonna rik their Bryan daughter Griffis, Leigh, son of Anne Rev., to Neil Der-&
,
Betty Griffis of Lawtey. Marry May 24 I
The wedding will be at the First
Congregational Methodist Church of

Kaye Thornton, daughterof alike in peach flounces with beige Out-of-town guests attending Macclenny, on Sunday, June 22, at 4 Nancy Lynn Crews, ddu.,ht'-r of Denis Elliott and the ushers were
Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy U. Thornton of overlay cloths trimmed in rust. On were: Mrs. Evelyn Milner of Oxnard p m. Mr. & Mrs. Harold A fnus I of f Randy Crews and David Bachus.
Starke, and Robert L. Milner, Jr., each of the tables was a peach and CA; Mr. & Mrs. B. J. Milner of A reception will follow at the Mac- Starke and William Wayne Smith The bride wore a gown of taffeta
son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Milner, rust epernette with peach tapers. Gulf Shores, AL; Richard Milner of clenny Woman's Club. son of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne 1 Smith! of trimmed in chantilly lace with a
Sr. of Starke, were united in mar The bride's cake was baked and Jacksonville, AR; Mr. & Mrs. Allan Tampa, were married Saturday Queen Anne collar, puffed sleeves
riage May 24 at 11 the May 24, at Carol E tate' Baptist! that were tapered to the wrist and a
a.m. on patioof decorated by her mother, Mrs. Acarrequi of Biloxl, MS; Mrs. Cindy Grace Baptist To Hold Church in Gainesville.
the home of the bride's brother, Marie Thornton. It was three tiers: Dowdy and son, Daniel of Lynchburg chapel train
Mr. & Mrs. Marlon Thornton, in Ft. one each of chocolate, strawberry, VA; Miss Robin Milner of Vacation Bible School Reverend Andrew H ( rtu ,, The reception was held in the
fellowship hall of the church follow
Worth, Texas, with Rev. Raymond and vanilla decorated in all white Jacksonville FL Mr. & Mrs.
; Vacation Bible School will be held brother of the bride, ptrfoi !used! <1 the the After cruise
ing to
Barber of Worth Baptist Church per using angels and cherubs the Robert L. Milner, Sr. Miss Pat ceremony. a
on ; June 23 June 27 at the Grace Bap- ceremony. The maid ot honJI'iJ!> :Mexico and the Caribbean, the -
forming the nuptials.The sides and a silk arrangement of Milner, Shane Thornton; and Mr. tist Church on Griffis Loop, Starke. Anita Philoot. The best m.na' will reside in Gainesville.end couple
wedding was performed in peach, white and rust color flowerswas and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton all of We will be conducting classes at .. -. .
front of a large white wrought iron placed between the separatedtier. Starke. the church each evening Monday gymnastics camp;;; slated To Begin June 23 I
archway decorated with ivey and The top cake featured the The bride and groom are both through Friday at 7:00: p.m.
white silk carnations. A large white modern ceramic bride and Broom graduates of Bradford High School Music, games, refreshments and A Gymnastics Camp for boy .md July 2. The classes are ottered
satin bow with streamers was placed cake top with peach and rust class of 1978. She attended Liberty fellowship all ages are welcome. girls ages 5 and up will start! ,Monday through the BH Center for Health
in the center of the arch. On flowers. Baptist University in Lynchburg, June 23. The five-da\ s>( ,'lOn and Fitness.
either side of the arch were pedestal The groom's cake was also baked VA, two years and Jones Business will meet on Mondays, Wednesdtn >. The beginners class meets from 9

carnations baskets with, gladiola arrangements and of white by the bride's mother. It was the College He in has Jacksonville FL, two ,.,......"............._.......... and Fridays. ..... on June?"._23.25.27! iii.-n.d"TTTTTTTT .11 a m. to 10 a.m.from The intermediateclass
greenery. groom's favorite cake German years. served in the U.S. Air nnnm.m..m..m..n.m.-n .mm..m..n. meets 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Hanging baskets and large plants chocolate decorated with the com- Force for the past 7 1/2 years, including I 1 I Hours I 10-5.30: M-F "W 1 '. fI0.45at. The classes are held at the Bradford-
were placed at points of interest. ical reluctant groom set and the three years In Greece, and : I 0 AflVI S : Union Child Development Center in
White chairs were placed on the word "Gotcha". currently serves as Staff Sgt. at Hill South 301( Plata 9 ZlLl.JLJ.1 / the cafeteria on East Jenkins off Old
patio for guest seating during the Air Force Base Clearfield, Utah. i t'X)4|964-8547! A Shop a . ceremony. i .Stlarke.VlT1N'1'lON Speciality Gift< ] Fees for the classes are $24 per
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groom's best friend,was his only attendant I Gordon Fraser Musical Bears i June 21, or on the first day of class
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I'7A TKI.KCKAIM1 June 19,19K8! _.. ._ _____ ._ ___ __ __ _n __

Graduation Party Held Green Family ReunionSet B.C.S.F.S.A. Honors Reporter. Forty-four members,
BIRTHS retired members and Rita Burnsed ,
Mildred sjifical guestsen
Lawson On
For Deanna Tomllnton for June 22 loved the event. R.B. Branham
Joshua Her RetirementThe
McKayMr. A graduation party for Deanna U.D.C. Installs Wed 31
May
& Mrs. Patrick McKay of Independence Tomlinson, BHS 1986 graduate, was The 64th Green family reunion is Bradford County School Food

MO, proudly announce given by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. set for Sunday, June 22 at New River Service Association honored 1986.88 OfficersMrs Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee Bennettof

the birth of a son, Joshua, born June Winfred Tomlinson, at their home on Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Mildred Lawson on her retirementat W J. Flannery, District II Glen St. announce the mar-
,I 7 in Independence. Mrs. McKay Is Brownlee Road Friday, June 6. This year we are honoring the their annual Retirement, Awards Director and Mrs. R. N. Reisser riage of their Mary daughter Rita Carol
the former Mrs. Richie Fender cousin of the memory of Joseph H. Green. Our and Installation ,
Joy Andrews of Starke. Luncheon at the Florida Division Registrar UnitedDaughters
Burnsed to Randall Blake (R.B.)
Maternal honoree cut the graduation cake. host is his only son, Jacob Wilbur Western Steer ,
Steak
Grandparents are Mr. & house on June of the Confederacy of Branham, son of Walter Branham of
Mrs. J. L. Andrews of Starke. Mater. The large square cake was topped Green (Jake). 11. Mrs. Lawson retired after thirty- Jacksonville presented a program Detroit Mich.

nal Grandparent is Mrs. Eva Neill of with a smaller round cake. Centeredon Sixty-six years ago this family of four years with the Bradford County on the Confederate Flags at the June The wedding, took place
Robert H. Green and Lucretia A. ceremony
Independence. top was a statue of a girl graduatewith School System She
was presentedwith 16 meeting of the WT. Weeks Saturday May 31, at 8 p.m. at the
Paternal Grandparents are Mr. & an inscription, "Deanna Con- Green started meeting for the Green a plaque, a dozen red roses and Chapter\ giving the history and home of Rev. John and Irene Yar-
I Mrs. Gene McKay of Independence. gratulations You made it to the Reunion It's time again for all the gifts from the association and her significance of the six flags used brough in Glen St. Mary. Guests attending
relatives to and share the
meet
Joshua joins a 2 1/2 year old top) Scarlet/gray colors were used fellow employees commemorating during the War Between the States included immediate family
tradition started back in 1920.
brother, Patrick. for the occasion. the occasion. Mrs. Flannery and Mrs. Reisser also members of the bride and a few
Approximately 35 friends and Sunny, Cloudy or stormy weather, Special guests attending the lun-
the of the
history
be gave a program on friends of the couple.
we'll there looking for too.
relatives the celebration you cheon
enjoyed were Judy Becker School
flags of the United States beginningwith
Randall Dinner will be at 1:00 Following the wedding, a reception -
Wheeler Paper
Jr. between Afterwards : p.m. Board Member
10-12 F. James Duncan
p.m. ; the Revolutionary War to the was held at the home of the
and ice furnished just bring -
Deanna and her close friends joinedthe products Superintendnet of Schools
Celebrates First Birthday ; Dewey present time. Our flag stands for bride's parents.
food and drinks. favorite
Bring a
graduation party for seniors McKinney, Assistant Superintendent -
land and
liberty on sea. Following a trip to Walt Disney
recipe for the Green Reunion
Randall sponsored by the parents of and Michael Reddish, Directorof Mrs. James T. Neal Florida Division -
Wade Wheeler" Jr., son of Cookbook. World, EPCOT Center and St.
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wheeler graduating seniors from 12 a.m. Business. President of Ocala, Installed Augustine the couple are residing in
,
If possible, come early enough for
1:30 at the Starke Golf and Anna Ruth Johnson
celebrated : a.m. was presentedwith chapter officers for the 1986-88 termas
his first birthday Satur- church Harold F. Green will be Starke. Randall is a Sergeant at
day, June 14, with a party held at the Country Club.Eastern preaching that day. Improvementsare a plaque for receiving the follows : President, Mrs. Union Correctional Institution in

home of his grandparents, Mr. and being made so that the buildingwill Region IV "Heart of the Program"award Franklyn Weisgerber ; Vice- Raiford. Rita is a correctional officer

Mrs. K.B. Branham. Star Supper be cooler for lunch. Also the Amandalene. Louise Bell Clara Griffin, President, Mrs. Lester Crews; 2nd in Food Service at Baker Correctional -

Attending the party were several has been made Chandler and VIce-President, Mrs. George Institution in Olustee.
nursery more com
members of the families Starke Chapter 224 of the Order of fortable for Margaret Diggs received perfect at- Roberts, Sr. ; Secretary, Mrs.
all Greens
the little
his including Eastern Star will have a covered so tendance certificates for the '&-86 Herbert Thomas; Treasurer, Mrs. Did You Know.. . . .
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. come if at all possible We need you
dish Saturday, June 21, at 7 school year. Mona Canova Mrs.
Fred supper Registrar,
Wheeler ;
Jr.
Jennifer and to be here to make our reunion com
the Marion Marine rtc. Ronald A. Boswell
Masonic Hall. Evans the
Stefan, and his p.m. in out-going Rhoda Dampier; Historian, Mrs. ,
paternal great- All Masons and their families are plete. See you on the 22nd. President was presented with a plaque Lloyd Wike. son of John T. Boswell of Melrose,
grandparents
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wheeler Sr. Also invited to attend. and a photo album com- Mrs. Betty Scales, U.D.C. has been meritoriously promoted to

Mr. and Mrs. K.C.attending Waller were and memorating her year of service as Veterans Administration Representative his present rank upon graduationfrom

children Tasha and Amber Gospel Sing at President of the association.New of Keystone Heights told of recruit training at Marine
of
Jacksonville Mrs. Linda Gordon, Mt. Pisgah AME ChurchTo officers Installed for the '86 her work with the veterans in the VA Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
; ChurchThe
Hope '
I Baptist 87 school year were, Margaret in Gainesville and SC.
Hospital urged
and children Al Jr. and Host
Nita, of Gospel SingThe
Hilliard. Trinity Quartet will perform Diggs, President; Ruth Paladino to "adopt a Vet" as a Ronald received the early promotion

Refreshments in the clown theme at Hope Baptist Church, Hwy 100 Southland Gospel Singers of President-elect; Dottie Kite projector the coming year. for his superior performance

were enjoyed by all attending. Ran- South of Starke, on Saturday, June Alachua will be at Mt. Pisgah Sunday Secretary; Amandalene Chandler Mrs. Weisgerber conducted the during all phases of the 11-week

dall was given his own personal cake 28, 1986. June 22, at 5 p,m. following the Treasurer; Louise Bell, Member- business meeting and presented training cycle, which emphasized

to eat, but showed a preference to The service will begin at 7:00: p.m. fellowship of churches at 3 p.m. with ship Chairperson; Anna Ruth membership certificates to three physical conditioning, self-discipline
the balloons which decorated the For more information call ((904) the youth department in charge. Johnson, Certification; Bessie Lee, new members, Mrs. Rhoda Dam- and teamwork.He .
party table. 32S-3270 or ((904) 325-7776. Everyone is'invited.NOTICE Legislative and Dolores Morgan, pier, Mrs. Blonnie Derkman and joined the Marine Corps in
Mrs. Kenneth Grider. January 1986.
.
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Mrs. Weisgerber served a buffet
OF AUCTION Retention, of Five Justices of Ih.Supr.me Miss Michele McNeely of
lunch at the end of the meeting.
I Legal NoticesIN NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Court Other guests attending were Mrs. Lakeland is visiting her grand
day June 23 1986, at 10;:00 o'clock' p.m., Retention of District Court of Appeal Juanita Spencer President Robert parents Mr. & Mrs. Herbert
the undersigned Gator Freightwoys Judges 1st DCA 6 Judges Thomas for a few weeks.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at Circuit Court Judges 8th Circuit. 4 Bullock, UDC Chapter of Ocala and
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WILLIAM! R. McKINNEY 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Flo., one Judges, Groups 1 thru 4 Mrs Louise Baker of Keystone
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Husband. lot of stryo foam consigned to American County Court Judges 1 Judge Heights.

Civil Department and Signs, Merritt Islgnd Fla., to satisfy Senate Senators for the following
CASE NO. 86.204 CA under the Senatorial Districts S
CHERYL BUTlER McKINNEYWife freight and storage charges, : - -
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF: provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Members of the State House of
WILLIAM R McKINNEY NOTICE OF SUIT Standard Bill of lading. Representatives for the following House
Husband TO. Gator Freightwoys, Inc., Carrier Districts: 13 and 21
and CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY 04.757339 dtd 3/27/86 Board of County Commissioners
CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY: RESIDENCE UNKNOWN 6/12 2tchg 6/19 Districts 2 and 4 If you huretr'r had

Wife,, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ---.--- Members of the School Board, Districts the best ft i< il Cliifki'ii!
NOTICE OF SUIT for Dissolution of Marriage has NOTICE OF AUCTION 1 1.2,3andS
TO: Union County Soil and Water Conservation CllhtKEN in ton n. \"ii is
been filed and Fequired that
against you you are NOTICE Is hereby given on Mon t1ED
CHERYL BUTLER McKINNEY to serve a copy of your written day, June 23, 1986 at 10:00: o'clock a.m., District Groups 1 1. 3 and 5 the little t-i /Inii e
cI
RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU defenses to it if any, on the Plaintiff the undersigned Gator Frelghtways. Testimony Whereof, I have Hereunto tome,. ,
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action attorney, whose name and address is: Inc.. will sell at public auction for cash at set my hand and affixedthe I 904.964 4415
for Dissolution of Marriage has WM. A. BESSENT, III, ESQUIRE 2600 Lloyd Rd. Jacksonville, Fla., one Great Seal of the Stateof qan l Gem Hu>v30l S Morke, Fid. IILIJy.
been Mod against you, and you are required BESSENT 8 MOODY lot of files consigned to HI Securities Florida at Tallahassee,
to serve a copy of your written 403 West Georgia Street, P.O. Box 1056 Pompano Beach, Fla., to satisfy freight The Capitol this the 6th day FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY SPECIALS:
defenses to It. If on the Plaintiff's of June A.D.. 1986.
any
attorney whose name and address is: Starke((904)964.7262, Florida) 32091: and storage of Section charges 4b( ) of, Uniform under the Standard provisions GEORGE FIRESTONE EH 10 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. '7.50 . . . SALE 5SO

WM. A. BE&SENT. III. ESQUIRE and file the original with the clerk of the Bill' of Lading. SECRETARY OF STATE 115 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. 'M1.25 . . . SALE 8"
BESSENT & MOODY 6192tchg626NOTICE

403 West Georgia Street P.O. Box 1056 above 1986; otherwise styled court, a on judgment or before July be 8, Gator Freightways. 03.767112, Inc.dtd,4/15/86 CarrierPro. __ 00- ___ 120 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. 15.00 . . . SALE *11 100 .
Starke, Florida 32091 may OF SALE available with orders extra
entered against for the relief 6/12 2tchg b/19 Vegetables ( charge)
you
((904)964) 7262 demanded in the Complaint Petition ------- --.-- FOR NON-PAYMENT OF Carry Out Orders Only a All Orders Mixed
and file the original with the clerk of the or STORAGE UNIT
ALL PRICES ARE PLUS TAXTo
WITNESS hand and the seal of said
above.styled court on or before July 8, my NOTICE OF AUCTION Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
Court on 23 May, A.D. 1986. receive discount coupon must accompany order
1986; otherwise, a judgment may be GILBERT NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon Florida Statutes 83.806 that on June 27, Oiler ecprxis Jung 26 19H6
.
BROWN .
entered against you for the relief As Clerk of Sold Court day, June 23, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock a.m., 1986, 10 Om. a sale will be held at Bid. - -
demanded in the Complaint or Petition Beulah the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, Unit 3 Mini of America Storage, Hwy. ----
WITNESS my hand and the teolof said ,'. By Moody Inc will sell at public auction for cash at 100. Keystone Heights' Fla., phone
Court on 23 May AD 1986 Deputy Clerk 2600 Lloyd Rd.., Jacksonville. Fla., one 473 7683. This sale Involves property of
GILBERT S. BROWN BESSENT 4 MOODY lot of brick consigned to TGI Fridays, the following tenants and what is believed -
As Clerk of Said Court WM.A BESSENT III, ESQUIRE West Palm Beach Fla., to satisfy freight to be stored

By Beulah Moody 403 West Georgia Street and storage charges under the provisions Baby Bed lamps Rocker Misc. "Buy the Best Now
Deputy Clerk Post Office Box 1056 of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Boxes Clothing
BtSSbNT 8 MOODY Starke Florida ((32091)) Bill of Lading. A sale of the entire contents of unit
WM A. BESSENT HI, ESQUIRE ((904)964) .7262ATTORNEYS Gator Freightways Inc.. Carrier will be made to the highest bidder. If no
403 West Georgia Street FOR HUSBANDIN 1..767700dld3.21 86 bidder the sole will be conducted pursuant Pay Nothing mr- '
Post Office Box 1056 RE MARRIAGE OF McKINNEY: Notice 6/12 2tchg 6'19 to rental agreement between tenant ,
Storke Florida ((32091)) of Suit and landlord.
((934)964: ) 7262A7TORNEYS 5/29 4tchg 6/19 NOTICE OF INTENTION 6/19 2tchg 6/26 till Labor Day"J" '
FOR HUSBANDIN .0. ..__ TO REGISTER ---.-.- ------

RE MARRIAGE OF McKINNEY Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH FICTITIOUS NAME "" C
INTENTION yJnUMnnh'ianChemunarweaea
NOTICE OF
of Suit JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Pursuant to Section 865 09 Florida 41ti.t
5/294tchg6'19 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the TO REGISTER iosuncaioitionciisitir /'

CASE NO.' 86.38.CP ((1.3731)IN ) undersigned FICTITIOUS NAME
-- --- Florida
865 09,
Pursuant to Section
FRANCES W. JOHNSON
RE The Estate of '
:
STATES DISTRICT COURT
UNITED
; that the
JANET M. LOWERY Statutes, notice is hereby given
JOSEPH RANDALL MCGEE
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Deceased. joint owners, doing business under the undersigned A
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION N
Sr.
firm of FROND IDEAS, P O. Box Walter E Heape.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe name
Court No 86 54 CivJ 16 Carol
lake Geneva, Florida. 32660 Intends Mary Heape
administration of the Estate of 376.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA doing business under the
JOSEPH RANDALL MCGEE Deceased to register said fictitious name loint owners
Plaintiff firm of Santa Fe Insulation Inc.,
VS. File No.: 86.38 CP (-3731)), Is pending In under the aforesaid statute name [IIIIIIIIIIIIItl
Madison St., Intends to registersaid
1105 W
SARAH C REAGAN the Circuit Court for Bradford COUrtly Dated the 11th day of June, A.D. 1986 aforesaid
fictitious name under the
Defendants Florida Probate Division the oHHr v. uf In Bradford County
6/19 4tpd 7/10 statute. (IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
which Is Bradford CourthouseSlarke
NOT ICE OF SALE County .
1986 in
Dated this 17 day of June. A D.
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Florida 32091 ---- ---
Notice is hereby given that pursuant Bradford County. ILILH1IIIa
to a Final Judgment entered on May 8, The names and addresses of the personal IN THE ."IRCUIF COURT FOR 6/194tpd7'10 I tIIhI (

1986 by the above entitled Court in the representative and the personal BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA .-- --..--- --- -- 4f'
above styled cause the undersigned representative attorney are set forth PROBATE DIVISIONFile Ii
United States Marshal or any of his duly below Number 86-37-CP NOTICE OF AUCTION IIIIIII
authorized deputies will sell the property All Interested persons arc required to Divison 1.3730 NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon.
situate in Bradford County Florida file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON IN RE. ESTATE OF day June 30. 1986 at 10.00 o'clock O.m..
described asCommence THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BENITO UYVICO PACHO, the undersigned Gator Freightways, l IN1IITIMU
NOTICE ((1)) all claims, against the estate Deceased Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at ildil

at the Southwest corner and ((2)) any objection "van Interested NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Fla.. one
of said Section Ten ((10)), and run North person to whom notir- VMS .> oiled that administration of the estate of' lot of cushions consigned to Bedspread
Eighty nine ((89)) degrees and Twenty challenges the validity d nit will the BENITO UYVICO PACHO. deceased File Wholesale *2, Lantona Fla. to satisfy lU
eight ((28)) minutes East along the qualifications of the personal representative Number 86 37 CP. is pending in the Cir freight and storage charges, under the Dill I I I I I I II
Southerly boundary thereof Three Thousand venue or jurisdiction of the rut COUI for Bradford County, Florida, provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform

Four Hundred Fifteen and Five Ten Court Probate Division the address of which Is Standard Bill of Lading. I I I' I I I IIII
ths ((3415.5)) Feet, more or less. to the Send a copy of all claims to the attorney Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida Gator Freightways. Inc.. Carrier
Westerly boundary, of the right of way of whose address '. flared 1>&!1.,*. 32091 The names and addresses of the 01-798408 dtd 4/25/86
State Rood 100. thence North Eighteen ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT personal representative and the per. 6/192tchg 6/26
((18)I ) dug ees and Thir ty Five ((35)) minutes SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. sonal representatives attorney are set I ,II 1 I I
West. Along said Westerly boundary, Publication of this. Notice has begunon forth below IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
One Thousand One Hundred Seventy six June 12. 1986. interested persons are required to BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
and Two Hundredths ((1176 I 07)) (feet to an Attorney fir Personal Representative: file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. PROBATE DIVISION
iron pipe for point of beginning From R.A IRfctN, JR. THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION: OF THIS File Number: 1.3736
the point of beginning thus described Green 8 Hobbs P. A. NOTICE. ((1)I) all claim against the estate Case No.. 86.43 CP Buy'ti''," oc iu, 1001'Non 11 ,, d' I i .qi."
continue North Eighteen ((18)) degioes PO Drawer 938 and ((2)) any objection by an Interested IN RE: ESTATE OF I 11 h ifit p.h JbOII1h1irCd I itOur ,

and Thirty five, ((35)) minutes West, along Starke. Florida 32091 person to whom notice was mailed that RANCE JAMES ANDREWS
said Westerly boundary One Hundred ((904)) 964-7262 challenges the validity of the will, the Deceased Greatest Heat Pump Offer Ever

twenty' five ((125)) feet to On iron pipe, qualifications of the personal representative NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
thenre South Seventy one ((11)) degrees Personal Representative: venue, or jurisdiction of the administration of the estate of

and Twenty five ((25)) minutes West One MARTHA MCGEE court. RANCE JAMES ANDREWS deceased, Premium Quality (ulietc: ,,,',ul.ahlcl) nt.ilu it ntsy.17'\
c/o P.O. Box 938 OBJECTIONS NOT SO Number 13736. Is pending In the
Hundred Ninety nine and Eighty five ALL CLAIMS AND File riIKi TtMK li> +rciii' Camci!
Hundredths ((199 85)) feet to an iron pipe Starke Florida 32091 FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Circuit Court for Bradford County EniJinecrcil! toJcro.it Horul/s" hc.it tiiiilitg.llr'snild'Shcil.llulgurand ) I : 'I
and 6/12 21chg 6/19 Publication of this Notice has begun( Florida, Probate Division, the address of
thence South Eighteen ((18)) degrees luimiJily with: I li li >'fl u tcncy ivihlituininiihtjndExceeds
Eos' parallel _. on June 19, 1986. which is Bradford County Courthouse,
thirty five ((35)) minutes ------ --- fan motor\ ; Exclusive .iliimimim
with said Westerly boundary. One Hun. PUBLIC NOTICE Personal Representative: SIO""'.*, Florida, 32091. CanicrEcoil Wcathcrirmur Standards
dred twenty live ((125)) feet to an Iron The Bradford County School Board ArlyneB. Pacho The names and addresses of the per. .
pipe, thence North! Seventy one ((71)) Stark. Florida, will hold a Public Hearing 1901 Hartranst Street Apt. 116 sonal representative and the personal housing!, Solid brass sen'k v yaks N. heat pump has l In be flu(! and five ((25)) minutes Instructionaljob Philadelphia. PA 19145 representative's attorney are set forth I Ic.ivy July complccinSupcryulct. '
degrees Twenty on two proposed Non 'I Ins hc.it pump"\(rcd.dlc\ISIII1I1'
East, One Hundied Ninety nine and descriptions on June 30 1986, at 7p.m. Attorney for Personal Representative: below. and proposed cllincno i ih N'gulatinn$
Eighty live Hundredths ((19985)) feet to In the School Board Room of the Anthony J. Salzman Interested persons are required to Heats<< & Cools
point of beginning. Being located In Sec Bradford? Schools' Administrative Offices Post Office Box 1254 file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. ) ,i bin miiin Win' iliil Carrier;\

lion fen ((10)), Township Seven ((7)) South 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Gainesville, Florida 32602 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS '.hI5 CaT.ll'r! heal' pump ptovidcsliiljlicfficieney build this ii tIptuuPt'rscrcddl' !

Range Twenty.Two ((22)) East Bradford Flo, Ida. (This Is an addition to Board Telephone: ((904)) 377-9S96 NOTICE: ((1)I) All claims against the estate touting; prub.ibly! le&il: sl.iml.iiiN' So \\iniU inletlwiccasefficient !
County, Florida Rule 6Gx4 3 45)) 6/19 21chg 6/26 and ((2)) Any objection by an Interested M >" >ur cut lent ourS6tiaLudsAndvoutsr .

Copies of these proposed job descriptions __ __ _. _. _._ _.__ 00 .._ person on whom this notice was served unit. Replaces jour old incflicicnt
at public outcry to the highest and best may be obtained at the Superinten NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe that challenges the validity of the will, unit rcgiirilli'.ssnf make III' Hioilel.
bidder foi cosh at the hour of 1200 dent's Offices, between 7:30: a.m. and it known that I I. George Firestone the qualifications of the personal Price, terms and I'owct Co ich.iles; ,
n clock Noon on July 8. 1986 at the front 4 30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Secretary of State of the Stale of Florida representative, venue, or jurisdiction of
door entrance of the Bradford County This' Is In compliance with the Florida do hereby give notice that a GFNERAL the court.
Courthouse at Slorke, Florida Statutes, Chapter 120.54 at enacted by ELECTION will be held In Bradford County ANY CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Ctiflyour i\irtitiiifbnj dirt i.,'tfaikr ft*/.nor/

Dated May 30 1986. the 1974 Florida Legislature. State of Florida on the first Tuesday SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. CC
Richard L. Cox, Jr. Dewey B. McKinney after the first Monday In November, Publication of the Notice has begun on JI>*1 HI .N
United States Martha! Ass Superintendent A.D., 1986, the said Tuesday being the June 19. 1986.Attorney _, din Equipment Jed lurwe elYx ewok
Middle D"'rlctot Florida Bradford County Schools FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, to fill or retain for Personal Representative !:' cint>Cams juloHi.iliC: Ciail't; i:iilrlinj'uudwilhIho' :'Ciifil'' .: '

John E LawlorIII 6/12 21chg 6/19 the following offices: TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A.
Assistant United Stales Attorney U. S. Senator Post Office Drawer 40
Attorney for Ploi.rtiff f"' MEETING NOl ICE Representative in Congress for the 2nd Starke. Florida 32091

6/S 4tchg 6'26 Th. Suwonnee River Economic Council. Congressional District ((904)) 964 8272 Hayes Electric & Air Conditioning
Inc. Board of Directors will hold a Governor and Lieutenant Governor

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA meeting on June 23. 1986 7:30: p.m. at Secretary of State Personal Representative HUMPHREY U.S. :301 I N. ((355 N. 'Pimple| ) Sl.nko)
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Holiday Day Inn In lake City, Florida. Attorney General JERALDINE
JUDICIAL
EIGHTH BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA SUWANNEE RIVER ECONOMIC COUNCil State ComptrollerState Route 4. Box 386 I'l lONE: tfi4-8744)

Civil DepartmentCASE INC an Equal Opportunity Employer Treasurer lake City Florida 32058

NO. 86 204 CA Affirmative Action Employer Commissioner of Education 6/19 By: Terence 6/26 M. Brown 'welwNin'ir'' ,I tt'Ii.Pi. ,,,.-.ngptn, : .. : 'r I I.. un" .' I.'W"[ tie, ,
P.O. Box 70 Commissioner of Agriculture 2tchg : .
live Oak, Florida 32060 *"* 1leh'


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Hampton Hilites I .,
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By Dolores Mrng '. ,.:' ,
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Iliimpton Parents Athletic Associa "0 f" :,. ; 'R ;>

tion... I'i.'I" '
On June 12, an organizational ; ;&
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meeting was held at Hampton
Elementary School for the purposeof I ; 1 -- .;, 'flti 11'tt ,}
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establishing a Little League jet)
Uilsl'balll'eam in the area. 'rljf' I fill ;!;;
Officers were elected for the = I 'iJ
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Hampton Parents Athletic Associa- I ; :1 I' : ; '1.,
tion Vicki Crews was named president .IS "V. I"" ::11.. 'n.. V I.,' ;
vice-president is Tim Crews; .>11I '", ," ', ,, b V .
'L'iL' '! 1'4t.
Secretary-Treasurer is Allan Ar- .
chey. '-t. '" 'J ;..::' ,
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1: :; "fr. 1t
Boys and girls ages 8 to 14 will be .... '. ''f' %.
'r
eligible to participate in the ball .
team
Their next meeting is scheduled
for Thursday night, July 10, 7:30p :
COCA-COLA PRODUCTS
m at the school. Plans will be All ;. PLANTERS SNACKS CREST TOOTHPASTE

made for fund raising and setting up 9 9 8-PACK 12-OZ. CANS 7 9 '" CHEEZ BALLS 5-OZ., CHEEZ CURLS 1 2 9 4.6-OZ. PUMP REGULAR, MINT,

(the irl ball CUllt'4I't.field.: ... e Try Coke, Sprite, 6.5-OZ., CORN CHIPS 7.5-OZ. or a GEL or TARTAR CONTROL

On June 3 a Bridging Ceremonywas Minute Maid Orange and more. PRETZELS 7-OZ. REGULAR Of GEL Limit 2

held for local Girl Scouts, Betsy .
and Y+ r ,JJJ <; : ; 'a ':. $ !" '"
Debbie
Horsey Broome r
serve as : +
leaders for the Brownies and Junior ,-:.&" ",'\
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Girl Scout Troop. : 'f'I' A
Among those present who received :';X'. ,. ., 'i4 J' : ""
Brownie Pins and Patches for thisy..ar's ; '*v ; ,< -<
participation were Tori ; ,J

Ilersey, April Scoggins, Melissa : : (r :,, ; ,
Kyle, Jenny Johnson, Alicia: Baker, ".,, ", ... (./ '. ':, "
Hope Archey and Jaclyn Crews. I .: 't". .' 1,, < ,''fu <<'
., : ,. ,"... I' ",," ; :''''' :s
Advancing to Jr. Troop were d .. '. .;."
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Laurel! Sanford, Christina Broome, If'

Julie Tracey Bctlwell.Refreshments Collins. McCullough, Jennifer and Darley Angie, 608 Eckerd Brand'products'. The only way they defer:r(:::



lull the.\ ceremony were... served following from national brands is price. You save. up to 30 % ; Y',:

Congratulations to Elvie and Col- ,
sir Higdon who celebrated their 44th p
Wi'dding Anniversary on June 161 i
JIpHlli/t.. ,. ; : ECKERD BRAND.. TESTED
:Mrs. Viola Lefebvre entered ," 'd. ,

Shfinds vation and Hospital treatment.on June We 9 wish for obser-her a ,,/;/: 11'r;\, / RETESTED. AND 'GUARANTEED.. ; ,/

speedy recovery. Her daughter, .L ',.
Mrs Barbara Fitzpatrick from Pen- > /
sacola. has been staying with her b//
ester and family, Judy Spell, during p ECKERD COUPOH ECKERD I COUPON t
her recovery. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUGSTORE
\'I+itors...
Peggy Young and children, Jeff I
md Amy of Knightdale, N.C., are I "
spending this week with Bill and ..
Jewel Young, Jeff and Amy's grand- I
I parents. They enjoyed at '
swimming
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Kingsley Lake and fishing in Hampton )
Lake as well as viewing interesting I ." ,1
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sights at Camp Blandingand \ I. i
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other nearby places. i' '' :
'Y, i .nuw, 1CAPStA.
Among recent visitors of Mrs. I "
Louise Mattheus were Mr. & Mrs. .....":'::3: !
Bob Langford of Fernandina Beach, I % .........',.r MN
Handy Langford of Rochester, N.Y I i 1
and Glenn Mattheus of Folkston, I : I
I Georgia. celebrated Bob NATURALVITAMIN CEZC3
They I t 1 39t 69t 69t 69t NATURAL
l.angford's 26th birthday on Sunday. E 400 I.U. i OYSTER SHEtL
Mrs Lily Walker of High Springs I 100 CAPSULES CALCIUM 250 TABLETS
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is visiting her sister-in-law, Louise I Coupon Good ThrL 62186CMMB / i M-J-L---J, TRAVEL SIZE AQUA NET TRAVEL SIZE BIC DISPOSABLE SHAVERS SALLE FOAM SHAVE CREAM 1 Coupon Good Tin 6/21/86/ '
Mattheus for a few weeks. NAIL POLISH REMOVER HAIR SPRAY 2.5-OZ. 5-PACK I TYPES 2-OZ.
Last Days of School... E mtt KOMMR PMCNB1ECKERD 2-OZ.F . Seventh graders moving on to the
Starke Middle School should have COUPON COUPON
many happy memories of their final
weeks' at Hampton Elementary. By

working very hard to raise funds I .... \. '
through car washes and bake sales I, I ..... .
they were able to enjoy dances and I ::= .. '
field trips.They --
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took a trip to Disney World, F -, .
hud a lovely Banquet at the Econo I .. --
Lodge in Starke, and a trip to the .

Pizza On Friday Hut. the last day, they picnicked II \\ -, .......... rJ..aGImJ _;: -".,....., .. .-...
at the local Their .\' :; r.i! : .
park ; -
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teacher, Carol McCloud, as a I ...
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farewell presented each student I I" ,./
with a personalized framed picture. i 2/6.00' 1


were These name' inscribed counted and an cross appropriate with stitch the creations student's description I .: : E.VlON: KEVION AQUAMARINE 'i 3 i 99 2 8 8 2 KIRS/1.002.00 :s&, I I e'I DIMETAPP ELIXIR

such as, industrious, artistic, I BODY LOTION t11 I 8-OZ. or EXTENTABS
achiever, cooperative. The pictureswere 14.8-OZ. i FOSTER GRANT YOUNG ONES 30" I 56' PRINT ZORRIE SANDALS CLAD SHEER STRENGTH 24-PACK Limit 2 1
complete with a beautiful I ,',.OJflOl1! Gold Thru 6/21/85/ JUNIOR SUNGLASSES BEACH TOWEL MEN'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S TRASH BAGS 13-GAL 60-PIL or I Coupon Good Dim 6/21/86/ /
border: all personally hand craftedby -'R't'1 Reg. 6.00 each Reg. 4.99 JO-GAL 40-PK.! Reg. 4.50 eadl
their teacher. MBT'IKCMMMP! MUMStECKERD 81 ami KCMMHP MKHUIECKERD


Community News COUPON COUPON

Elizabeth Walker i

964-6683 "ft-
Antioch Missionary Baptist :
Church and Choir No. 2 are sponsoring ,
a bus trip to Busch Gardens July I :;;f I' .. II
19. Please contact Mrs. Lizzie I ? "
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Hankerson at 964-4782 or Miss Mary I ,oJ .. """ II
Berry at 964-8948 for more informa- -
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Reddish ReunionSet 1 i I II

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be The held Reddish Saturday family, June reunion 28, at will the 1 10.99 2.49 2.99. 10.99 : TIMEX 1
MAGNAVOX
home of Drew Reddish in Green n AM/FM STEREO i 8: : ALARM CLOCK i
Acres with a covered dish luncheonat 1
1 p.m. #1650 Reg. 18.99 i /"I SO' DELUXE REINFORCED METAL RAKE RAID HOUSE A GARDEN 13-01 I| KELSON RAIN PULSE SPRINKLER #97110 Reg. 8.99 i
1 Coupon Good Thru 62136CO / /
All family members are invited to 1 Coupon Good Thin 62I86CMM / GARDEN HOSE #1603 Reg. 2.99 ANT & ROACH SPRAY 11-OZ. 1.39 I' #1175 Reg. 14.99 _

attend. Bin KCMMff MKMlf'ECKERD Reg. 14.99 .. ;!: TlI'\I: : fwottstECKERD ; ;

Did You Know...........
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The J.H. Moore family reunion e
was held Saturday, June 14, at the j '' ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish h'i .... I ..,, 'fJ"II
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with 64 relatives attending and en- II / ; j'' D "_Co .: "i

joying the covered dish dinner. 1 ..,..;.... tit ..t I

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Drew I h. II

Reddish recently have been Mrs. I I r rIiI. I I II
Jean Rathel, of Jacksonville; Mrs. <' I
Pat Taylor of Salisbury, Md.; Mrs. a I I I
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Lou Royster of N. Augusta, S.C. and I f \ I I
Miss Pamela Reddish of St. I ,. I'
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the U.S. Navy's Delayed Entry Program TRIMMER #409 :. : BRAZIER GRILL Reg. 18.99 Reg. 2.3S
on May 14. Bruce will be an 86' SO\* rebate on purchase of 2, I
graduate of Bradford High School 1 ,"':s:{t-.i i :CMMM: ) MCf KtOaPMt[ ; I NKNMI;

and has chosen and been guaranteed
training in the Aviation Program. "
The Navy's Delayed Entry Program I- we MONEY I OUR PHOTO GUARANTEE
allows an individual to sign up TM Sell I 1I ORDERS .
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,:,tt' A TKI:_KCUA. ''' June 19, 1WI !




btarke Commissioners Hoping Voting: .... Rights; Suit Will Be Dismissed. .... I
'-" --7 -- -
Answer the discovery questions of NAACP: Mrs. Elizabeth\ Walker, board. One defense the city mightuse established, which
the Crosby thinks the tion the court for a change 01 the Schaefer declared that informationto
prosecution, but take
further
no Mrs. Maurice White, Ms. Carolyn is that a black candidate,George court will If
action in the of Starke accept. acceptable by date. be untrue. He said that one of the
city: vs. the and The suit
Spooner, Jimmy Scott Holiday, ran a strong race against the court, this would with
dispense
Returning to the
again units installed in the RJE
Bradford Chapter of the NAACP discovery was
charges that the current at-large politically strong city commissioner the
court trial. Silcox stated that the request, Schaefer told the council and to .
voting rights suit building, continues operate.He
city fathers instructed make it Vernon
voting practices in Starke Silcox in 1979. Silcox received council
its
through attorney, had that the plaintiff's lawyer had sent a visited the RJE building Tues
attorney Terence Brown in impossible for a black person to be 798 votes, Holiday 617, a 181 vote petitioned the
court to
dismiss
the lady attorney to research minutes of he said the
their June 3 meeting.The elected to the city commission. As a difference.It and day and confirmed instaIiation -
case he
is
city is awaiting a decision on remedy the suit asks that single will cost an estimated $1,000 to anything further until unwilling the to do prior meetings, looking especially This is the type informa-
court ruleson for
its motion to any items which would supportthe tion Brown will be looking for, to
dismiss
from
Judge member districts be established and $2,000 to do the required research to the motion to dismiss. If the
request claim for discrimination. The refute
Howell Melton of the Federal that a black majority district be counter the items being submittedby t to dismiss is denied the discoveries.
by
District Court Judge woman recorded an incident in There was no formal action taken,
of the Middle District
drawn to give a black person a attorney Lipman, Brown says. Howell Melton, Silcox said he would
which
a city owned building was razed however the council advised Brownto
Court of Florida in Jacksonville. ,
fighting chance to be elected to the Commissioner be
Jimmy Crosby willing to look at other
options. .
She recorded the of
disposition continue with research in order to
Attorney Brown
requested commission. made for the council Brown
city a plea to peti- advised the council thatJuly
three
air conditioners
guidance from the council in respon Attorney Brown has advised city tion the court for a continuance of 3 has been set by the court for tak- the historical as being givento respond to the discoveries request.
ding to the discovery request by Pro- stands the trial and society (two units) The proposal for 3 at-large
commissioners that Starke a to place the suggested ing of depositions. Crosby voiced and
an the fire
department, with the
secuting attorney David Lipman, better chance of successfully defen- 3-2 plan on the ballot The 3-2 plan objection to the date, saying that he for unit to be re- districts and 2 single member
quest a given to RJE distrlctrs has been discussed
who for
represents the four local plain the suit than does calls for three districts
ding voting rights a at-large planned to be on vacation on that school
tiffs of the building for use by the Con- several months, and at the 6
May
Bradford Chapter of the
Bradford County or the school and 2 single member districts to be date. Brown advised Crosby to peti cerned Citizens group being denied. preliminary pretrial conference
Starke Elementary Holds -

Awards CeremonyOn C
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May 8, Starke Elementary held 1.
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their 5th six weeks awards
ceremony. Those students receiving \
awards this six weeks were:
KINDERGARTEN
STUDENT OF SIX WEEKS:
Mechelle Fowler, VaShawn Tyson,
Shawn Warren, Emily Wheeler,
Michael Sutton
SUPER CITIZEN OF SIX WEEKS:
Ashley Moore, Quani Johnson, Ryan
Gaskins
MOST IMPROVED STUDENT OF
SIX WEEKS: Dawn Carter, Keith
Taylor, Brad Chapman, Nequila
Berry, Gary Vandiver

Hampton MCDONALD, Angela AWARDS Jeffers: ,Keisha Angle The most: distinguished award

Davis, Matt Pusateri, Ashley
Harden, Michael Wright, Nich
Payne, Shon Williams, Angel for excellence
Williams Heiken, David Crouch, Lanecia among

GRADE ONE
STRAIGHT A STUDENTS FOR SIX America's
WEEKS: energy companies

Chris Crawford, Jason Thompson,
Lindsay Woodfin, Kenneth Car-
michael, Chris Gibbs, Darius
Highland, Rhiannon Bott, Rosheeta "
Chandler, West Milner, Michelle
O'Steen, Ashley Guthrie, Nakisha
Williams, Emily Hartley, Shannon -Jo.'
Wood, Sarika Patel, Drew Wain- .\. \. ,-l&. '7It. -
wright, Shaun Burgin, Kimberly ;ti.I. -
Purvis, Amanda Welch, Crystal t::" ., -
Scheyder, Crystal Ferguson \ ..... "-
HONOR ROLL STUDENTS FOR -t "' '''' '
SIX WEEKS ., ""' ';',
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Kevin Parker, Chris Tomlinson, ',. ..
Amanda Bakken, Angela Hilliard, .
,
Susanne Joyner, MoLissa Morris, \ ', ,,. .It"j. r
Wilkinson lit ..
Gretchen Lindsey :;.o. "
Lanham, Robert Hewett, Bobbie Jo '''' r:;; \ .
Pike,Jerry Manning, Cheri Hilliard, / < f \ 'W
Julie Haston, Carrie Crawford, ,
Lindsay Payne, Atsha Cummings,
Morgan Reddish, Jessica Williamson -
Jessica Bukowski, Debbie
Devers, David Thomas, Carl Tyson, has been presented to Florida Power &Light CompanyIn
Stacey Floyd, Stacy Hemchak, recognition of its quality achievements.On .
James Hankerson, Bucky Jordan, behalf of our customers, employees and
Matthew Rittman, Christopher stockholders,we take pride in accepting the Edison
Lariscy, Rusty McClenagham,
Award from The Edison Electric Institute.
NathenTacey, Amie Craft, Andrana
Hamm, Okeima Jackson, Michael
Cruce
GRADE TWO
.,
STRAIGHT. A STUDENTS'- FOR SIX. T "!-.'
WEEKS:
Yemeako Fountain, Angie Griffis,
Stephanie Tillman, Mandy Lee,
Charles Snell, Renee Clemons,
Christine Newsome, Annice
Williams, Craig Starling, Tina
Cowart, Lisa Thomas, Christy .
Paulk, Heather Williams, Jamie
Gotts, Melissa McLeod, Kenneth

HONOR Wainwright ROLL STUDENTS FOR

SIX WEEKS:
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Legion: Post 202 Baseball Team Features Local. Area Players

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H\ :Mark KrledlinLK Taylor and Stanley shared the Clay Blue Devil player? Brian header at the KHHS field, then regular season with a game against Team" Sabo said. "All donationswill
VI Sports Writer starting rotation duties for the Bridges and a Kills state award travels to Gainesville July 1 for a Deland In Keystone Heights July 17 be gratefully accepted."
The Keystone Heights American KHHS Indian's district and regional winner in track Craig Wacha, will contest with Gainesville Post 16. beginning at 6:30 p,m. The local legion teams have been
Legion Post 202 baseball team's champions. They are backed up by be sharing the right field duties. The local players travel to Fer- The North Florida Regional Tour struggling for the past few years and
summer season is under-way with Craig Peebles, formerly of P.K. The team is struggling a bit so far nandina Beach July 7 for a rematch nament for American Legion teams Coach Stanley says he hopes to turn
plenty of top-notch baseball action to Yon e and now of Lake City Community with an 0-7 record but seems to play- with their northern neighbors then begins July 21 and runs through the the program around in the next few
offer local fans as they face the top college Relief pitchers Include ing a little better each game as the returns home to Keystone Heights 27th.Terry seasons. '
teams in the region on a 34-game David Copeland, formerly of players get used to working with July 8 and 11 for games with Hardee's is Stanley's assis- "We have plenty of talent in this
schedule Clay High, and Robert Starling, each other, according to Coach Jacksonville Post 137 on the 8th and tant coach this season, along with area" Coach Stanley said. "Weshould
The latest Legion team features former starter for the Bradford High Stanley. against Jacksonville Beach Post 129 Joe Taylor.Bob be able to be as good as some
players from Starke, Keystone Tornadoes. "They are just starting to play on the 11. Sabo is Post 202 chairman and of the previous teams we've had
Heights, Interhchen, Middleburgand Starling and Bo Turner from Mid together after a ragged start," said could use some help to offset team here if the players come through and
HawthornePost dleburg will also share catching the coach. "But we have a lot of The players hit the road again Ju- expenses. are willing to work hard."
202 hosts a home double- duties for Post 202 this season. games left and we've got the ly 13 for a 1:30: p.m. game against "Anyone who would like to help The Keystone Heights Post 202
header this Saturday, June 21 at the Lee Stanley and Craig Peebles will physical ability. I think they'll turn Jacksonville Post 88 at Bishop Ken- out should make their checks out to sqaud went all the way to national
KHHS baseball field when Jacksonville back each other up at first base,with out alright." ny High School, then concludes the the American I...plon Baneball finals in 1981.
Post 88 comes calling with one former Hawthorne player Mike Nytz Four of the first seven losses were
of the more experienced squads in and former Interlachen player Ray by two runs or less and the players
the area Reid sharing the duties at second have high hopes of turning things
They are tough, we expect a good base. around by the playoffs at the end of Frank Long to Play in All-Star GameBradford's : I
pair of games" commented Daryl Taylor will play shortstop the season.

Keystone Heights Head Coach when he's not pitching and Clay's Post 202 travels to Deland Wednes-. Frank Long has 6 en- Long has already, gone down to
Delbert Stanley on Saturday's up- David Copeland will also see plentyof day, June 25 for a doubles-header,; selected to play in the second annual Orlando and is staying with
coming contest. "We're going to action at that position. takes on Jacksonville Post 283 in a Florida-Georgia High, School Ail- relatives. Practice for the all-star
have to stroke the ball and get a good Ex-KHHS catcher Terry Harvin double-header played at EnglewoodHigh Star football game set June 28 in game begins today (Thursday, June
pitching performance in both gamesto will move to the hot spot on third School June 28 and then returns Orlando Stadium. 19).
win," base and another KHHS teammate home for a double-header Monday, Long was one of the first selectionsas
Coach Stanley will start exKHHSstar Todd Grilliot, will take over his old June 30 with Daytona. Starting time
a defensive back,and is one of the Yb
Daryl Taylor on the mound position in left field. for the Daytona contest is set for 6 Long starred as a quarterback and
best in the state, Bradford High
says defensive back for the Tornadoes for
Ex-BHS Mike Chappell at the KHHS field.
against Post 88 In the first game and slugger pm football coach Davis Hurse. Long
will go with lefty Lee Stanley in the plays in centerfield and will share On Thursday, June 26, Post 202 could play cornerback or free safe- the past two years. He passed for
second game of the twin-bill duties with Keith Kehoe. Former hosts Fernandma Beach in a double- 1,400 yards last year as the Tornado
ty, Hurse points out. eleven posted an 11-1 record losingto
Bartow in the Class 3A state

championship play-off game.
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Both teams will room in Volusia
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15} Mark I,'riedltuBcTStaff According to David Knapp, of Santa ing to the area, the two new struc-
Writer Fe Healthcare Systems Design lures: will also feature a variety of
The new wing of the Bradford and Construction, new elevators for the latest energy monitoring
Ilospital is now 85 percent complete, the building have already been in- systems including a compulor- frtl
according to new Bradford Hospital stalled.At directed environmental control
Administrator Tim Rearick, who the hospital, the ground in the center which will dil'l'ctlhe flow of ;
said his staff is scheduled to move adjoining lot was raised to the levelof energy where it is needed in the ,
into the new wing of the facility sifter the present hospital building and a most efficient manner. ""
its final inspection sometime in late mare.: of drainage pipes and elec- "The new system will constantlyscan I'k
" September. trical connections were buried the building to lice where elect !
"We're" very excited about the new beneath the surface in preparation tricity is needed, and most importantly ;
wing, Administrator Itearick commented for the new building. where it is not required," explained -
"This is a big step forwardfor The new wing is now scheduled to I lospital Project Clerk of the :
us and the community as well. be completed late this Summer. Works John Mallory "The com- .
The Department of Health and The older building will be completely putor will then automatically turn 1 .
Rehabilitative Services will inspectthe refurbished to match the new off a piece of (equipment, lights, .** it "iI'.w',
new building in September und one in the next. heating or cooling systems when : : :
we anticipate a 100 percent approval After working with the sounds of a they're not needed lo save t..it'tt.&t.t'I ;
by them. We will move the staff into construction site next door during New technologies have made energy.old .-...... : .. >A.
the new building two to three weeks the ------- -
previous summer, Hospital administration building heating and cooling controls
after the inspection approval has members are confidentthat obsolete, Mallory explained.
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been received the new projects will signal a "The old building was built in an Almost Heady... .
A rennovation project to match new, higher level of of
professionalhealth era cheap and that
the two buildings into one modern care for area residents. makes a difference energy in the really 'fhf newwing of the Itradford llo |iiUil i is 85 percent Health and lilil.iliSri'viies ,slated for late
unit will begin after the staff has "These two projects will give of the two systems when performance you- foniiU>U> with u final Inspection by the Dcp.trlmrnl of September.
made the move into the new residents in Bradford, Union and compare them on a cost by cost
building, according to Rearick Clay Counties health care on par basis," Mallory said "We estimate,
, "They have actually started some with some of the most modern and this has already been proven on
of the new work on the old" building facilities anywhere for a com- other buildings, that the system will ...
already in certain areas, Kearick parable size community," com- pay for itself within its first two
said. "We will have most of the staffin mented former Bradford Hospital years of operation."
the new building but some will remain Head Administrator C. E. "Rip" Construction of the new hospital .
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has been in the old wing"where the work O'Steen when the project began. building is having an impact here in '" ..., ....::
completed. "We have no doubts that as the addi- Starke in more ways than one. '
k The hospital staff is still waiting tion goes up and the renovation of The first phase of the project '''
E for a udate on bond information the old building is completed that we which includes the new building, has BE THE 87's r
\j issue by the organization to finance are entering! a new era of health care already created up to::15 new jobs for
the project. here. Now that the walls of the new area residents, while the !second
Kearick said he does not have any building has been the which ,
", completed, exciting phase includes renovation of -
new information on the bond evaluation portion of the project will the old building, will be more complicated S E SSSS ;
but feels "very positive" in fr' f/
begin soon as workers begin putting and should involve even ;
general about the financial outlookfor in the windows and . ,' -
the finishing work. more jobs perhaps 50 jobs for people ):
pl'oject..j It's going to be an exciting time for from the surrounding urea
.j The project has already altered the staff"and the patients here at the Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand '
the skyline in Starke as four new hospital. have been brought in to raise the New 86 F-150 Ford Pickup
) stairwells tower over the landscapeas The new.steel supported buildingwill level of the lot where the new
part of an ongoing expansion pro- feature a brick veneer and building will be located, loaded in
ject.Construction liberal placement of attractive over 1,600, trucklouds which have
of the new addition to greenery throughout the groundsand been coming into the site in a seem- *
the hospital is continuing. The structural alongside walkways to give the ingly endless stream since the project per month
steel work went up in medical complex a modern ap- began. 2,000 yards of concrete 19695
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: County" State Attorney Office receives 29 cases for month of May.,


The Bradford Office of the State Jan. 15 for battery of law enforce- fleer; found guilty of attempted ment at Bradford Union Guidance Lonnie G. Cooper arrested Aug. 7 Dennis James Baucom arrested
Attorney received 29 new In. ment officer (two counts); case BLEO,sentenced to ten months BCJ Clinic. for burglary, petit theft; Insufficient Dec. 23 for aggravated battery; pled
dividuals cases and/or felony defen- transferred to misdemeanor divi- consecutive to any sentence now ser Michael John Seaver arrested evidence as to this defendant. guilty to reckless display of
dants for prosecution during the sion. ving. Nov. 21 for grand theft; dismissed, Kevin Hutson arrested Nov. 7 for dangerous weapon,placed on proba-
month of May. There were no prison Sworn complaint charging grand Sworn complaint aggravated insufficient evidence as to this grand theft; insufficient evidence as tion until fines are paid
related cases received during the theft; victim does not wish to pro- assault; victim does not wish to pro- defendant. to this defendant. Sworn compliant charging
month, according to Investigator secute. secute. Howell Monroe Williams arrested Sworn complaint charging grand burglary, grand theft Oct. 28; insuf--
Wiley Clark.Information. Carl William Hinson, Jr. arrested Craig Allen Brown arrested Nov. 9 Nov.21 for grand theft, burglary; insufficient theft at Sunshine Electrical Supply ficient evidence as to this defendant.
was filed on 19 prior April 9 for issuing worthless check to for introduction of contraband; pledno evidence as to this defendant Co.; insufficient evidence as to this Sworn complaint charging issuing
cases and the office declined to prosecute Jackson Building Supply for$343.39; contest, found guilty sentenced to defendant. worthless check to Stump s Dept.
six cases. Seven cases were dismissed, facts do not constitute a five years probation, ordered to remain Billye Gayle Williams arrested Douglas Donald Dahlberg arrested Store; restitution made
dismissed. There was one jury trial. criminal offense. away from DOC Institutionsand Nov. 21 for burglary; Insufficient March 24 for burglary,grand James Marshall Lee arrested
The office conducted two state at- Inmate Michael Wilson charged fined. evidence as to this defendant. theft; insufficient evidence as to this March 3 for battery of law enforce-
torney Investigations.No with escape; found guilty,sentencedto Larry Lewis arrested Jan. 2 for Anthony Leonard Aaron arrested defendant. ment pfficer, resisting arrest with
Judicial action was taken on 18 months DOC consecutive. aggravated battery; pled no contestto Aug. 22 for principal in 1st degree Sworn complaint charging kidnap-- violence and disorderly Intoxication
four cases and 13 pleas of guilty Inmate Harry James charged aggravated assault, placed on grand theft; Insufficient evidence as ping; insufficient evidence as to this ; case transferred to misde-
were accepted. with battery of law enforcement of- three years probation, continue trat- to this defendant. defendant. meanor division.
Thirty-seven misdemeanor cases
were received and 21 cases were fil
ed. Nine prior cases were dismissedby
the office in May, said Clark.The
office declined to prosecute 15 cases.
There was one nonjury trial and
eight guilty pleas were
juvenile
Six petitions were filed in :.

court.received juvenile The nonjudicial state petitions attorney action.dismissedfive and The one b'1$ 1 I IL II

state attorney declined the recommendation -
of HRS on two cases. wpy
The following cases received final 1wi1 w
disposition during the month of May. ;

Clayton Augustus Sumner ar
rested Dec. 12 1983 for grand theft
auto was found guilty and placed on
probation May 29, 1994 for three :"
years; arrested Jan. 22, 1986 for ? k'1
violation of probation (VOP), found ;
guilty of VOP and placed on five
years probation, fined and ordered
counseling for temper.
Harry McDougal, Jr. arrsted
March 17 for robbery; case dismissed I
secute., victim does not wish to pro- r .

James W. Bentley arrested March
15 for aggravated battery; dismissed -
victim does not wish to pro
secute.
Sworn complaint charging issuing
worthless check to TG&Y: for $62.13;
dismissed, restitution made. i iJ
Lawrence Dewayne Slocum arrested -
Nov. 9 for grand theft; found
guilty, sentenced to 30 months "We have made a special purchase of
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March dismissed Martin 7,Lyle for victim grand Dudding does theft not arrested wish; case to Tallahassee Fl. and we bought the merchandiseat


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Greadington Announces Candidacy for Congress *i I 1

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Barbara Greadin an feel today." ol Miami in counseling iliad
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Ar educator and criminal justice pro Greadington, 46, was appointed by Guidance. She received a Ph. D. in :
fessional, today announced her can- Gov. Bob Graham to the Florida counseling Psychology from the Magnolia HotelDowntown
didacy to succeed outgoing U.S. Parole and Probation Commission, University of Miami in 1977. ,
Surrounded D-2nd District. which she chaired from 1980 to 1982.) After serving as an educator and
by supporters at a Treasurer for her campaign is counselor, Greadington accepted Starke across from Post Office I
news conference here, Greadingtonsaid former Florida Supreme Chief Graham's appointment to the parole
her priorities in representingthe Justice Alan Sundberg. commission, and she has dealt extensively ;
district will Include economic Greadington is a member of the with criminal justice Rooms for Rent
growth, education, the environment, American Correctional Association, issues since assuming the post.
pf rbonali/.r) (1 l ''''reieato| ,'onr-t iturnl the National Association of Womenin Born on March 6, 1940, in Ghent, i
and fighting crime und illegal drug Criminal Justice, and the Kentucky, Greadington came to Nightly Weekly -' Monthly
traffic. Tallahassee Branch of the NAACP. Florida in 1968. Her husband, I i
"{..f I believe an effective leader works Greadington graduated form Central Eugene Stinson, is a Tallahassee Nightly $8 From 35OB Weekly
hard!sees problems as opportunities, State University (Ohio) in 1961 businessman. They have twin sons !I
j and has a love of community and with a B.A. in English. She holds Anthony and Timothy, who live andwork Jl;

,, country," Greadington said. "I run Master's Degrees from Fisk Univer- in Miami. Greadington and her ',< _.. .__. __ ... ..,......_,... ..... ._... ..,
A to build on the renewed optimism, sity (Tennessee) in Elementary husband reside in Tallahasee,where .-. ... ,-" ..M". ..."M.''''Y'' .'" ... .,. _, ._ ..
tltl pride and patriotism! so many peplei Education and from the University they attend Bethel Baptist Church.

Barbara Greadington

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Last year's tennis tournament
ended in an exciting men's singles
final between former champion Ed
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current defending champion for the
second straight year.
Both players and other outstanding -
players from the Gainesvillearea
should return for this year's
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j Charles Priest Perry, Sr. Ma IK.* Ai..i y Wynn 202, Veteran WW I, U.S. Army, a Evergreen Cemetery in Gainesville ',. ; Be Wise .
retired supervisor in heavy construction under the direction of Jones Funeral
!
Mr. Charles
Priest
Sr. Mabel Prevatt
Perry 82, Mrs. Mary Wynn, Shop
and member of the
a Home of
of Melrose, Fla., died Wednesday 65, of Starke died Sunday, June 15 in Episcopal Faith.Survivors Keystone Heights.
I June 11 In Alachua Generai Alachua General Hospital, include his wife, Card of ThanksWe r PRICE-{WISE
Gainesville. .
Hospital, \ Gainesville, following a Georgina Cardenas Baker one
; Born May 16, 1904 Mr. Perry was a Born December 14, 1920, Mrs. daughter, Mary Ann Raines,; Mon- wish to express our sincere appreciation I
: lifetime resident of Melrose. He was Wynn moved to Starke 14 years ago to the many friends who
', ticello; three sons, Van, Havana,
a member and an ordained Deacon from Miami. She was a homemakerand Dan Santa Rosa Calif. did so much for us during our recent
Ralph,
,
I of Eliam Baptist Church In Melrose.Mr. member of Southside Church of Lake Geneva one brother, sorrow in the loss of our husband
;
Perry was a farmer. Christ. Woodrow Baker, West Palm Beach father and brotherJohn Green t-
Survivors include his Survivors include her husband, ;
Beulah
wife. Sapp.
two sisters Josie Hardin Porter,
,
R. Perry; two daughters, Celia Jordan Williard Wynn; five daughters, Lin- Jacksonville, Geneva Silverio, St. We are grateful for every expres-
o Lake City, & Mary Thompson da Hedding, Gwendolyn Akridge, Augustine; eleven grandchildrenand sion of sympathy. The flowers, the ;J 1 t.t
t Melrose; two sons, Truman & Diane Hodge & Sheila Hardee, all of eight great grandchildren. food, visits, cards, consoling ;
1 Charles P., Jr., both of Melrose; two Starke, Brenda Ordway, Miami; messages, and your prayers have Rich Calvert Dewars
I brothers, E.B. &C.M. Perry,both of three sons,Curtis Padgett, Madison, Graveside services for Mr. Baker comforted our hearts more than we Scotch 1
Melrose; one sister, Naomi Roun- Wayne & Travis Wynn, Starke; one were held in Melrose Cemetery on can tell you. & Extra
I tree, Jacksonville; sixteen grandchildren brother, Emory M. Prevatt, Sr., Tuesday,June 17,with Rev. Leamon May God richly bless each of you Rare '. I LTR .... ......1
I and 20 great grandchildren. Starke; two sisters, Eva Rock & Ward conducting the services.Jones as you have been a blessing to eachof \ .,'_ '" ,
I Funeral services were held in Jessie Rich, Starke; sixteen grand- Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas us. LTR RR I ,
Eliam Baptist Church on Saturday, children. in charge of arrangements. Gratefully Yours ::.:,' ". 8K 839 1'016.9 .. ;
I June 14,with Rev. Jimmy Coyle con-' Funeral services for Mrs. Wynn TellerMr. Betty Wayne,Tammy 799 :.; -
ducting the services. Interment was were held Tuesday, June 17 in Morton Herman Brothers,Sisters, Family
in Eliam Cemetery under the direc- DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Morton Herman Teller, 65, of
tion of Jones Funeral Home of Harold Dowdy conducting the ser- Melrose died Monday, June 16 in Eugene "Gene" Hall
Keystone Heights. vices. Interment was In Prevatt Alachua General Hospital in
Mr. Eugene "Gene" Hall, 48, ofStarkel
Cemetery under the direction of Gainesville after a short illness.
died June 11 at
Wednesday
Doyle Edward StarlingMr. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Mr.' Teller was born on May 29 achua General Hospital in 139k I
Doyle Edward Carlton StarlIng 1921 in New Burgh, New York andmoved Gainesville following a brief illness.
58, of Lawtey died Wednesday, Card of ThanksOur to Melrose in 1971 from Mr. Hall was born and raised in l1! Seagrams
member of the
June 11 in Veterans Administration Gainesville. He was a Hampton. The son of the late Mr. Bacardi Cooler I
Hospital in Gainesville following a heartfelt thanks to all who extended Southeast Section of The American Angus Hall and Mrs. Thelma Hall Gordons
short \illness. comforting sympathy and Physical Society and a Member of McAdams of Hampton. He was Vodka '*..- Rum 4 Pk
in recent loss. the Florida Academy of Sciences. employed by the Clay Electric Corporation 1.75 '
help our
Born April 16, 1928, Mr. Starlingwas For the beautiful service, floral!of_ He retired from the University of in Keystone Heights as a LTR 379
lifetime resident of '
a Lawtey.He Florida after
thirty-three years as a construction foreman. He was a rYoolu
ferings, and other kindnesses, we
was a plasterer and Veteran of "
a Professor. .
Physics
member of Pineland Lodge No. 86 of 659
the U.S. Air Force and a member of are deeply grateful. a ,
of Palatka. He was of the Baptist faith.
The
Family
the Baptist Failli. Survivors include his wife, AnneE. ,
Survivors include his wife, Emma -J" ,,,'.. _
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Survivors include one son, Daniel R.J.Jack( ) Andl'ewsGordon .; one daughter, Mary "Tinker" two daughters, Mrs. Sharon .....,.."

Doyle Starling, Melrose; two Musleh, Keystone Heights; one son, Cole;, LaCrosse, Mrs. Kay Paris,
daughters, Gloria Parham, James D., Palm Harbour; three Scott Hall
Edward Baker Starke one son, ,
Gainesville, Glenda Wainwright, Ft. sisters, Talita N. Walsh and Mar- ;
Mr. Gordon Edward Baker, 91, Keystone Heights; his mother, Mrs.
jorie Holland of Gainesville and 301
Thelma McAdams, Hampton; three Liquors & LoungeI
Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX; one
Lake Geneva died :Sunday: June la: Jane B. Martin, Tampa; two grand- Hall
brothers, James Keystone
I brother, Edwin Starling, Lawtey; in Veterans Administration children.
one sister, Alene Scott, Gainesville; Gainesville Heights, Jack Hall, Hampton, and I \ Noith n1| Sl.nk, ii I ll\s\ WI I IOPMN
Hospital, following along f
William "Bill" Hall, Graham five
seven grandchildren. In Lieu of flowers contributionsmay ;
illness. : : 7 DUS 11 FFK: : -
be made to The Building Fund grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Sun- Born February 10, 1895, Mr. Baker Trinity Parish House of Melrose. Funeral services were held Friday I'.VC:KAGK: :: STOHlIIOt.US. :
day, June 15 in Crosby Lake was a lifelong resident of the Funeral Services were held Thurs- June 13 at the Chapel of Archie
Mon.-Tlmis, 900()() III
12: (00()
Cemetery with Rev. LeRoy Olive Melrose area. He was an American day, June 19, in DeWitt C. Jones am' MidnightFri
conducting the services. Jones Legion member for 64 years, a Chapel, Keystone Heights with See Page 7 & S.il. !).OO .1111 III 2;00 ..1111STARTING
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charge of arrangements. Keystone Heights/Melrose Post No. services. Interment was in : JUNi: : !th :MAV: I.OL'NCi'= : HOURS'

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FAA extends deadline on request for new airspace restrictionsBy


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:Mark Kriedlin The airzone in dispute is refered to rejected the proposal in nu statement will De no margin for error, especially -
BCT Staff WriterA as R-2903. The proposal would expand to the council, however,saying for beginning pilots."
special meeting of the Keystone it in area to the northwest the airport would be "seriously impacted "The area is too crowded
Heights city council will be held Fri- boundaries of the Keystone Airportand '' if the new restrictions were already," Young: continued. "We ALMOST HERE!

day, June 20, at 7:30: p.m. to dicuss from the current 18,000 feet put into effect. have a high speed military jet route
new developments in the U.S. altitude level up to 32,000 feet to give "It's bad in a safety aspect and in west of the airport. We're runningout Starke's step into the Th

Army's proposal to increase the gunners a higher angle of fire for an economic aspect," Young told of options for private pilots in future The Right Turn Right Turn
restricted airspace around Camp more realistic training.The council members. "The prevailing this area. We don't need additional

Blanding.The proposal? would also increasethe winds at the site dictate that we use restrictions now." Men's Wear. Bringingto

announcement was made by restricted area over airzone the runway we have just improvedat "The time limitation may be just
Keystone Heights Mayor Bill Beam R-2904 which lies north of SR-16 to such a great cost over 90 percentof 24 days per year but the restrictedarea you the price and
following a conference with Federal the north of Kingsley Lake. the time for takeoffs. Taking off will be listed on airmaps all MEN's

Aviation Officials Monday in the "We are only asking that the from that runway puts you on a year," Young said. "To most private style you have been wEAR

Washington D.C. office of Rep. Don restrictions be in effect 24 days out heading directly over Camp Blan- pilots when they see an area like that for.

Fuqua. of the year during "A.T.'s" (Annual ding. If the restricted area is enlarged marked on map, it's just like a stop waiting
Beam told BCT Editor Gene Mat- Training by visiting National Guard up to our airport boundaries there sign to them."

thews Wednesday that he and the ci and regular Army units)," Davis

ty council felt that a sufficient lengthof told council members before the
.. ;\
time had not been permitted to vote. "During that 24-day period the > ,., ) '
allow for public comments and input restrictions would be 'stratified in :.r. "
int he matter. The deadline for com- that area" in other words, if we <

ments was originally set for June 10. didn't need all of that airspace up to

Beam said the FAA agreed to 32,000 feet for a particular unit we .r(;
readvertise the proposal and set a wouldn't ask for the entire area on ,. "THERE IS NO COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUALITY..SERVICE!"

new public hearing, possibly in that certain day. It would depend on r
Keystone Heights. the unit in training at the time."

Addressing the noise issue Col.
Keystone Heights City Council Davis said the new
gun
members voted unanimously at a emplacements would be pointed '
special meeting May 27 to send a 1, NORI1AN'
toward the north and would be firing
resolution to the FAA
strongly objecting -
away from the airport and the city
U.S. to
to a Army request ex-
into the ususal impact area locatedin
restricted aroundthe
the
pand airspace
the middle of the Camp.
National Guard
training facilityat The tubes (barrels) will be pointed

Camp Blanding. away from town," Col. Davis said. ,
Council members voted to
City "The noise is much greater in the QUANTITY mom
f
send the resolution after RESERVED
hearing impact area and that is where our
comments from U.S. Army men have always fired their

representatives, who illustrated the weapons. You might be able to hear WE WARKET
proposed changes on two large col-
the new emplacements, but only
ored maps; and from private pilots under certain weather conditions." ACCEPT
and City Airport Manager Jim ,:
The training period each year at ?
who membersthe
told council
Young,
lasts
Camp Blanding from April FOOD
expansion would pose a safety through June. Col. Davis also said "THE STORE THAT ELIMINATES PRICES
hazard and hurt business at the airpark SALE
the hours of operations are usually
STAMPS GOOD THRU
in a time of low air activity at the THE WAREHOUSE & THE
City Councilman John Hendrix, airport. a MIDDLEMAN"w. .. JUNE 25
Chairman of the council's -
airport
"We
usually train from a
committee, told the audience he call- between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.,period' Col. STARKE (Across from Western Steer)
ed the after obtaining
special meeting -
Davis said. "And the period
of the Hendrix 24-day U.S. 301 South Phone 964-6071
a copy proposal. would not be on successive days, but
who authored resolution
the sent to
would depending on the of
the FAA, said he had become con- vary type
unit using the firing range at the
vinced that have
"we something time."
serious to be concerned about".
"It's much more economical to
The FAA has set June 10
a
keep a guard unit in training than a
deadline for
receiving public com- regular Army unit," Davis said.
ments on the proposal at it's RUSKIN
"The costs are about 10 percent for a f
regional office in Atlanta.
guard unit in comparison. We simply '
"Jim obtained of -,
Young a copy : VINE RIPETOMATOES
have to be able to use that
this proposal in Jacksonville, Hen- FRESH
airspace above the guard-owned ,
drix said. "It was never sent to the
property in order give these men the MEDIUM
far I tell. Our notice of
city as as can "
training they need. FRESH CUTFRYER
this modification inade-
was totally
Davis said the guard also needs
quate in my opinion. The change ex- the additional within the LEG ROCK SHRIMP
tends the restricted all the space
airspace
I yp 3 LBS. FOR
facility in order to move the the guns s
way to the property line at the air- '
within short notice to simulate ac- I
port and yet we have had very little tual battle conditions."We 4 TS.

time to react or respond. The pur- want to train the men to fire : 4' 00 $199
FAMILY
pose as I see it is to accomodate:: a 4ge
whole of activities their guns, move their weapons and $1
expanded range use of artillery includingan in the fire again in a short period of time PAK LB.I .
area' the only time they may get during a
real battle," Davis said. "The only ,
Heading from an Environmental reason we have not put guns in the \, I i l
Assessment prepared by the Army southern portion of the Camp Blan-
Hendrix said the report"did not findany I I '
ding land previously is because we ..
environmental "
'significant have had no restricted airspace high '. j ,
damage likely' but did not mention enough above it to fire." V ill
Keystone Heights or it airport, Gold "
"We need the Keystone Airport,
"
Park ,
Head State Branch
or any \f "
Col. Davis continued. "We have usedit
other socio-economic factors.
extensivly for our own exercises in
"The proposal would create EXTRA LARGE EXTRA
new LARGE
the past and we hope to continue to CALIFORNIASEEDLESS
firing positions near Sand Hill Lake, be able HOME GROWNCANTALOUPES
to do this in the future. An ac- GREENBELLPEPPER
Lake and the
Lowery across tive, viable airport there is vital to
'
from Gold Head f
highway park, us."
Hendrix said. "The report does not \
City Airport manager Jim Young
reflect the noise of the new
x. F Great GRAPESLB.
emplacements. To sum it up, I haveno .t' F
confidence that the environmental : > I 0 For c

report is complete enough, as the I Stuffing .
Army did not consult any of the state SISTER SOPHIE RATLENE l' y+y
:
agencies, most notably the Depart- Spiritual I,I
ment of Environmental Regulation, Reader Advisor A.
and we simply did not receive ade- (Sptolal Price with Coupon) ,t- x
notification such If you are loll and don't know when lo
quate on a major
change." turn, come to lee this i.nlu Although you CALIFORNIA WHITE CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA SANTA ROSA
bare eeen other readers, one tint with
The Army was represented at the SISTER SOPHIE RJYLEKE will con.ince you ? SEEDLESSGRAPES
council meeting by Col. Ed Davis, thai you art somebody aiin. She hit the j NECTARINES PLUMS
who told council members the city power from God to help others that need
was notified about the proposal in help. "

1980, when the request was initiated.Col. She will heal your ilckniu,your sorrows, ti
Davis told council membershe your worries; the will help you to better Q
was in a different position in 1980 jobs, more money, In sickness, In love, mar. $ 119u 5! CLB. LB.n .
but he had ascertained from records rfap and how to win the one you love, your I .
lucky numbers and dates,where to find loll :
that former Keystone Heights article, how to remove < curse or the evil \ .JY.w hw J (
Mayor Fran Buffington had been eye, or any other bad luck ; I
,
told of the proposed changes duringher i I M err ''b
Sieter Sophia Raylene' Succeeds Where I 1'1
term of office.Councilman Others Have Faded, ; ,
Hendrix said Sunday Noun 10:00: 8:00 T )
a.m. : p.m. -- Days R + t tD.lf.B.AsYI
that he had contacted Buffingtonand ....... St.,.. I lat, on M.| 301 e I r I

she had told him she had "no Private M, door Consultation ii 4l,..ji .... ((904)All 4rt) 182.3125..,...... tl4t .
recollection" of reviewing the request *MMC< I-_ -iiiiiii:_
by the Army at that time. '
Col. Davis said the request for the SEVEN BONE FRESH GROUND _FREEZER BEEF SALE

expanded expansion area of the originated National in a recent Guard CHUCK $ FRONT QTR. $1a! E.

CHUCK ROAST FAMILY PAK I
under the Reagan administration. i 'I
"Congress has mandated a HIND QTR. $13U.!

decrease in the standing Army to CHUCKSTEAKS

700,000 men," Davis told council t $19 I $ SIDE OF BEEF $11ftL

members. "This means we have to LO. CALL FOR ORDER
have more activity in the guard to ape "I, r

maintain readiness. We were not ful JIU3

ly using the available airspaee .t
around Camp Blanding in the past }
and we simply want to use the 4 :

airspace over property owned by i
Camp Blanding to meet these new BLADE CUT 1111 I ROUND BONESHOULDER EXTRA LEAN I

training Col. Davis requirments.said the" batteries IIg( j1 S139 | I
artillery
cannot fire at all angles with This column Is directed to the \ CHUCK ROAST ROAST ". STEW BEEF r.
housewife who Is tired of waxing '
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the present restrictions and said the > FRESH
asked for increase in floors. Save yourself a lot of work
Army has an
the present restricted area both vertically by Installing carpet. It Is a proven v 1\I\! 99 GROUND FAMILY 51691B
LB.
and laterally to accomodatethe fact that carpet requires less effort BEEF ru .

training exercises. to maintain. ,.
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Eliminate that weekly mopping 1 I : : .,...

News BriefsFrom session and dusting efforts.

Forget about long hours requiredto \ y A

Page wax those floors. Put down

Orange St., Starke, was arrestea carpet and vacuum once weekly.

Saturday, June 14, on a capias Clean only periodically as needed.
issued for failing to appear on a Give yourself a break by Installing 5F 5H DAILY':

charge of battery. He was releasedon carpet.

his own recognizance by Judge We have the finest selection of 8-100Z. FLA. FRESH LARGESHRIMP

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stitution.introduce Judge contraband George into Pierce the set in our selection.sales area.We deliver and Install In CTe $ 91B. $! ICH $6" ,

bond at $2,000.Shirley ()) Jk'jL5

Ann Williams, 30, 917
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Brownlee St., Starke, was arrested -. _

Monday, June 16, on a capias, Issued j 1 I I e
January 16, for passing worthless & Carpet 1 -- -
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check in Mitchell's Drug Store. Sgt. 131 N. Cherry St. -- -. -- EXPANDED GROCERY "

Samuel H. Eunice arrested Williams Starke, Florida 'I ITEM SECTION riI WN : 7 k r t, ,
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I KH woman hurt in accident


Delores Dolan of Silver Sands in an above ground swimming pool.
Ramback said the accident -
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Monday and remained in Shands
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vehicle started by her 20 month old Shands Hospital where she under-
grandson, when she was pinned between went surgery for internal injuries.
the left hand door and a fence. Trooper Ramback said he was not
She was dragged along the fence and notified of the accident until about
over a barbeque grill until the car four hours later and that an official
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Unlucky Friday 13th... TERWILLEGAR
wrecker and its wrecked estimated $23o: in repairs and also in the l'clIIlll.hl'lI \\asriding in
had be called to retrieve this
A wrecker to afternoon after the the wrecker towing her car as it blew a tire urn! jack-knifed the the ( > MOTORSof
last Friday
ditch in Heights
cargo out ol a Keystone wreck within of.a hide of State KOI<| 21 just north of the cit>.
second a quarter
involved\ a
car it was toolngas 111'1"1'011as not hurt in either accident lint her car was more hI.I"t'lyJean Keystone Heightsis
mile and an hour of the first. (molted In both damaged the second accident an estimated $2(1111Iorth.( .
S. Iltrron, owner of the station wagon was oroud to welcome
wrecks the first a minor collision with a pick-up truck which cost an

Eddie StarlingYour

News Briefs --- Car-Truck 1 '

Specialistto

Bradley, after hitting and killing a ing no valid drivers license and driving their sales staff
No Serious AccidentsIn Youth Charged dog. Bradley laid the machine on the while license revoked or

Quiet WeekendDavid With Careless DrivingA ground, and it slid out from under suspended Friday, June 13. \ 't
him. He continued to slide for Gunter's drivers license was Stop by & say Hello!
A. Barnes was the only 1973 Dodge car driven by another 100 feet. The vehicle that hit revoked February 26, 198G. lie was
Starke resident involved in an Bradley W. Morgan, 30, ofGainesville the dog left the scene without giving driving a 1962 Ford four door sedan,
automobile accident reported by the was struck while mak- any information. No charges were but the tag was found to belong to a
Florida Highway Patrol station, for ing a left turn off of SR-16 2.2 miles filed 1969 Chevrolet two door sedan He
five days ending Monday, June 16. east of Raiford. was then charged with driving with I
in
Charged with careless driving an improper tag.
the mishap was David A. Barnes, 16, Fights Quelled Bond was set at $251.50. Sgt W C I
There were only 7 reports writtenin 412 N. St Clair St., Starke, who was On Old Lawtey RoadTwo Reno made the arrest.
the three county area covered by driving a 1983 Toyoto which struck
the local patrol station. the Morgan vehicle Starke residents a man and a Weaving Car LeadsTo
FHP Trooper Don Roberts has Barnes' car sustained $1,000 women, were arrested on Old
returned to duty after vacation and damage, while the 1973 Dodge Lawtey Road last Friday night June DUI ArrestJohn
will be the only trooper on duty on driven by Morgan was damaged 13, after city police had a hard time Duane Campbell.. :39, Starke, 3 .I
the midnight to 8 a.m. shift from the $500. There were no injuries. Barnes stopping them from fighting. was stopped Saturday, June 14, onUS
Georgia line to the Alachua County was charged with careless driving Kimberly Denise Cohen, 905 -301 near Sonney's Restaurant b> e
line for the next several weeks dur Trooper B.E. Williams reported. Thomas St., Starke was driving on Sgt W.C. Reno of the Starke Police wee
ing the summer vacation period. the old Lawtey Road with Michelle Department when the officer
LB Man 78, Hurt Mitchell riding with her.Cohen's car observed Campbell's car weaving
In U-Turn AccidentA was forced into the ditch al CrosbySt. from, lane to lane.A .
by Harry McDougal 25, of breathalyzer test show Camp.
1978 Chevrolet pick-up, driven Starke. McDougal jumped out of his bell had a blood-alcohol level of I 15. .5 HOOVER S9f-PrOD8lled!
FPL",* '( by Robert Parrish 78, Lake Butler, car and began to beat upon Cohen. above the allowable .10 reading and Concept One'-
..* From Page:\ ran into a 1981 Toyoto attempting to She attempted to defend herself witha Campbell showed other signs of being
make a U-turn on SR-121 three miles knife and a hatchet but McDougal incapicated.Sgt. large 16 quart top-Till bag...
creases in customer satisfaction, south of Lake Butler. grabbed the hatchet and wrested it Reno arrested Campbell, hands never touch dirt
reduction in production and delivery Parrish received minor injuries. from her. He then attempted to charging him with DUI driving 'Quadraflex agitator..,
costs and improved" cooperation Anita Trainer, 63,of Bronson,driverof strike Cohen with the hatchet, but under the influence of alcohol or .1 deep cleans carpeting
among employees. the Toyoto was uninjured in the Mitchell grabbed onto his arm and controlled substance
Quality teams located throughout accident. No charges were filed. prevented serious injury. Judge Pierce set bond at $624.50
FPL's service territory have produced Officer John Hodges arrived and x24995Aeg.2991
more than 1,700 suggestions to Cyclist Injured while talking to the two, McDougaland
improve the quality of service to When Car StopsA Cohen began to fight again. Of- Other Arrests
customers since the program beganin ficer Hodges placed both under arrest -
1982. motorcycle rider Martin charging both with disorderly Kenneth Gregory Morgan. .iO,
In addition, more than 400 Bradley 22, of Portersfield, Wis., conduct and aggravated assault. Bradford County was arrested
organizations in the United States was slightly injured when a car stop- Thursday June 12, and charged wIth
and Europe including 24 electric ped suddenly after hitting a dog in Invalid License driving with a suspended license and
utilities, have attended special front of the motorcycle.The ArrestedJack no Tag. He was released on bond
seminars to learn more about the accident occurred 8.7 miles Gets Man Donald William Thomas, 29, 409 :N.;

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I Four now retail stores are now norm Call for appointment.In frYllltft3lf' a .
open and operating in Starke, order to provide gift buying services .
Located al 417 I Edwards Head, in the for their customers: (meaningmen
"SoiilxKini Center\ ," across from ), the store will keep records of
Bnullonl Square. birthdays, anniversaries and other d z j
The is owned local information to insure proper size e ? t t7 l lj
budding' by contractor
,, Stove Whitchcnd, who built and fit. What more could one ask j :'' ;! Ia frj r slft
for??
the facility for n'nlall property, and
plans ti> make additions as needed. ,
The site plan calls for a total of 12 or $7.77 Shoe Warehouse.. : : :: .
\14 unit, but the time frame for construction The local $7.77 shoe store owned .1 .....:-{1 : -j
by the Fed.'ralln.
is flexible depending on parent company.
the demand for commercial space. ternational Inc., a Jacksonville based -
The ,present building contains four firm that started the Slendorclla
;units, each having !MO square feet. Stout Shops in 1975 and branched into
!Now; construction will tie into the the$7.77 and$!.III! shoe stores a lit-
roof line, making a single unified tle later. l<'l'dl'rallnl1'rnaliollal is
.i bUIlding now a little known multimillion
The four new stores include the dollar business, operating 13Slenderellu I I
:Main Street Sleep Shop featuringwater Stout Shops and :ill)() shoe
Pholo By Work M.dlln
httls; 777 shoes with all shoes stores.
selling for $7.77 per pair; lIall' Bike The manager of the local store Growth Continues... These new stores lire luculed on KiUjinN: (toad ,iri.ss from Krudforcl
Shop, offering three top lines of Donna Reddish, reported that the New: businesses are springing I up all over in Starke lately. Square.
bicycles and Beautique, a company: handles both close-outs
cosmetics shop for men and women. from large department and mail
order catalog: stores and shoes

:Alain Street Sleep Shop directly: from manufacturers. Many Christmas as some may think. October the team. Kevin, age 10, took first
The Downing family who live in popular brands are in the line, suchas 1985 and April of this year place in Ocala in his age group and Vo-Tech Summer School ScheduleSummer
Gainesville own and operate four Buster Brown for children; L.A. were their best months. Summertime \represented the state of l Florida in
"Sleep Shops" including the one in Gear, currently popular with is bicycle selling time. Columbus, Ohio last Christmas.
Seaboard Center. They specialize in teenagers ; Candies a popularwomen's Hall's Bike Shop sponsors u team There were approximately 1M)0! ) School at Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center
the sale of water beds and regular line: of shoes; Pro Keds for of 15 riders who compete in both riders in all age groups. Kevin plac-
beds. The Gainesville store located both men and women and Wilson state and national races. In March ed fifth. He ranks 5th in the invita- begins July 7 and continues through August 15
near K-Mart operates under the tennis shoes. Men's work boots and 1986 the team won second place in tional, going into the NBL event, to The student day will be six hours in length, beginning at
dross :shoes are not in the line, state NPSA BMX event. be held Labor Day in Louisville
same the Starke store. Two Ocala a will
name as 8:00: a.m. and ending at 3:00: p.m. There be three 2 hour
because of the
Stores in Jacksonville one on San higher price. Riding bicycles is a family affair Kentucky Justin, age 4, placed
Jose Blvd., and one on Arlington While I Federal International Inc. with the Hall's, who have three sons fourth in the Ocala event. blocks with one hour for lunch
Koad operate under the name of owns many shoe stores franchise: each a competitor in his age class. Other local team members are Day Class:
"Water\ Beds and Beds" The operations are available according Brian age 11, rides a custom built Mathew Combs Jason Carver
manager of the local store is Gary to a sign in the :store.In BMX, and took second place in the Dianne Garver and Mithaeiliall I (no Auto Mechanics, Heavy Equipment Mechanics Nursery
addition to shoes the store carries Ocala event riding as a member of \relation).
Downing with Dawn l Floyd as sales ladies handbags in several Operations, Welding Typing/Bookkeeping/ Heavy Equip

person. The Starke store opened on styles and colors, and dolls. The ment Operator and Cosmetology.
North U.S. 301 in late February '
198B! and moved to Seaboard Centera dolls are referred to as "bed dolls. Night Class:
and come: in both black and white Lawn Care & Landscapingmowing
few weeks when the original
location did ago not produce enough colors dressed in either bride Tuesday and Thursday, 7:00: to 10:00: p.m. Adult Basic
costumes: or in a Spanish motiff.
floor traffic. Floyd reported that Education, Business Mathematics, IMTS, Typing and
Custom dress
availableon
moving to the new location had im- order. designs are edging, trimming, etc. Nursery Operations.

proved sales substantially. Although I Federal International, Inc also ONE TIME CLEANUPS and 7:00 to 10:00
t the store was closed for a period of Monday Wednesday, : : p.m. Bookkeeping -
services retail :shoe stores throughits
time on Tuesday afternoon, a wholesale sales department. & SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE and Business English.
number of persons was seen looking Reddish reported that the com- Monday Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 7:00: to 10:00:

enter in the the window door. and attempting to pany is pleased with the Starke Residential and Commerical p.m. Air Conditioning, Heavy Equipment Mechanics and
operation, and its reception by the
community. REASONABLE RATES FREE ESTIMATESCall Welding.A .
lieuutiqiie.. minimum of 15 students is required for the establish

The name Beautique is most Hall's Bike Shop... 964-4764 for appointment 6 pm to 8 pm ment of a class. For more information call Bradford-Union
unusual, actually unique, since itisn't Janet and Dennis Hall opened
to he found in the American their bike Call Vo-Tech,964-6150.
shop on East Street in
Heritage Dictionary. Do not confusethe Pd Ad
July 19H5. They have seen their
pronunciation with bcutique. The business double since moving into
first sjliable is taken from the word the Whitehead building on Edwards
beauty, with the "ty" dropped and Road.
"tique" added. Pronounce it as Janet I Hall says the lack of parkingon
"buu-teek", and you'll be close to Call Street, and lack of space to Fleet Financenter Life & Praise Ministries

the name of a new retail business try-out the bike, was not conduciveto Suite D. 1252 S. Walnut St. Starve FL 32091 (904) 9,450'OA : ...
partnership between Betty good bike sales. .
Mambo o*Flmvl Fmmncial Qnmp rV *
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Hcavener and Harriet Bryan, who Hall's offers a complete line of r/ t "t* f'1's'V'faC
are offering a multi-line ofcosml.ties bikes, from the small three wheel Ddn ,"I
Do have short term balloon The Ministry of Hughes
for both women and m..n.The tricycle for small folks, to grand you a
men's line of toilet articles are touring, 15 :speed professionals. They
limited to fragrances at the moment hold franchises for three popular mortgage that you would I like to
but Mill be increased as Lines, Jamis Diamond Back and
business warrants. They offer some Centurion the brands that are seen refinance? We have long term Don has a gifted way of teaching
of the better known brands, such as on television in tough competition. the word with simplicity preparing
Polo Gucci, Aramis, Halston Hall's has the franchise to offer financing (up to 15 years) with the body for Christ's soon return. ,
Calvin Jovan and Royal the Vision line of skateboards and Irdr
Copenhagen. acessories. To complete a NO POINTS AND
Betty and Harriet emphasize the skateboarder outfit they offer the SERVICES: r P' ,

choice of brands available some of Grans line of Baggies and Shorts for NO ORIGINATION OR Sunday 10:30: & 7:00Monday.Wednesday:
which are normally to be found only boys and girls and Vans customized
in department stores. Women are shoes. APPLICATION FEES! !
i
able to save shopping time whenlooking Dennis Hall renovates bicycles to

for cosmetics, because of the meet customer wishes, repairs all If have balloon 7:30:
sevl'rallines offered, rather than the makes and models and custom you a mortgage

,single brand to be found in some builds racing bikes. The store, open due call us today! pm's
soon
stores. six days a week, carries a large inventory coming ,
handles the I Kstee
Lauder Beautique line of fragrances, Charles of. bicycle parts and accessories You will be glad you did IOlI: I(;tJ, ,! South ol' SI.irk.) MII I S I llvvv 301A ()1 I II

Kevson and L'oreal cosmetics. In Janet Hall pointed out that
the Health and Beauty department bicycles are not sold only at
they have a professional formula, n .:I: ____ n" I I 1
comparable to Nexxus or Kedken,
top of the line quality, the ladies say.
The store stocks a complete line of S -
professional make-up brushes and a j 5 ; ,
display of hair care in- : :
cluding shampoos an Jroducts. :-,; LTI"r

for women. .,
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Costume jewelry, featuring an ex- .. - :.- -:
clusive line of shell jewelry pearlsof r : I ll"1 i 1 1'J. ,
varied tints and colors, big beads,

dreds bracelets of gold earrings necklaces await and hun-the l'i'::; ;:.Buddy's Seafood Restaurant \\'j?rj 1 i TACKLE & MARINE INC.

discriminating buyer. I
The nail salon provides everythingone '1."Iii:: Off CR-1469 on West! Side of Lake Santa Fo at F-arlton illy'',, \,
needs for nail care, including "
nails from the convenlial to the :ti'i' ; 1'' Open 7 Days A Week Day and Night ,\ 1 lit rfl .
wildest. The line is
product by '
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Jonee. : 468-2394 \ /n.t' n\\\' '
See "Nails by Rhonda" for professional .;{I
nail care. She offers nail artistry .. ''Il

by appointment only, featur- LUNCHEON SPECIAL THIS WEEK 'I''I'J
ing no fumes, no odors, no harm to > \:, : i.'' J
natural nails, in half the usual time. ,y ''I

They last four are to"so six natural weeks looking"between and fill- ;:, _. .-. ;j Trout Almondine +;i; ,i,

ins.Beautique has a tanning booth for Zl1; i,I *"i+i Sautced I.in I butter & wine sauce I If': ...

those looking for a gorgeous tan \ \' ,, tmi p !
$ \
without old sol. The booth is equip- ,. b h 95 {\"I I.
ped with Phillips tanning lamps, \ "'r '... ... I. -. I \':. I
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!:j'r -- SALAD.. 1.25 (

Social Security i j I Pill,,, JUST ARRIVED

Local Bulletin :; I, !

Consider Direct Deposit 't;;\ ;' A WORD ABOUT OUR CHEFS \\l' (1( I 3 Truck Loads I t


Over four in ten Social Security : Ben Hiley & John Rheingans ijii/)/,;/ r
beneficiaries are not at home \\\ of Boats"Buddy's !
I'
waiting for the mailman on the thirdof \ "' are back together again at the new r rI
the month. They are visiting, I I. i If

or do.Why vacationing doing whatever, taking else care they of business want to \)( Raw Bar ':;111{:' Complete Bass Fishing Rigsstarting

? Because they have direct

deposit.their!benefits In other deposited words directly they have into :,Jlf' They are winners of 15 Golden Spoon I''OOIwards .," ,:,: as low as $9800 plmo/ I

their accounts at a bank, credit '/., !, We will feature daily and weekly specials ./f'/r'.i I
institution. I
union These, or other people financial have discoveredsome :,"" j which have earned these awards. t ,= 1\1\ ,1" PLUS TAX. TAO A REGISTRATION
distinct advantages to direct J1, U, ,i LIMITED QUANTITIES I
deposit. For example: e. Our chefs have served at leading restaurants :J.J "q,i \ NOW AVAILABLE!!
:/1' Ask About Our
Their money is safe. No thefts, 'Ii' ,I / I ON THE LOT FINANCING
muggers! or lost checks to worry ,iI, ,t in Jacksonville, Ocala, Gainesville, Tallahassee, *J I :;l(ICI"r r 10% Down

about. : Lakeland and Beach 10 Year Financing
Jacksonville
They save time and money. No :i,;' .i i 11'1f.
lines to stand in. No extra gas to buyto t "
go cash! the check. The Govern- : ;, ,:' ,i' i I'', \[r -sPdBRiMn RIVER CITY TACKLE &; MARINE
.> too, by payingyou l _. 1\\ 3070 BLANDING
in nt saves money ; -.--_-. .-- : BLVD
this wav which means more \v'' _rf- yya ll:!. >;,.: ,'-......._ "'-. '...... ...r-.. '70"J'_ '. .' ;! -' ::-;.-y-- "' '.j' OUTBOARDS mil, ,oulh 0| MidOl.burs,
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YARD SALESFLEA CARS & TRUCKS PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN LAND FOR SALE
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MARKET: 301 Drive-In Theolre, 1912 FORD EXPi AM/FM radio cassette, LINK FENCE Installed. Free ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement c/J'rttilkar

very Saturday/Sunday. Concetilon AC. red sport car good cond. $2800. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. 3500. $350 dn.. $70 per mo. Call
and reitroomt open. Have your yard For Info call 964-5812 ask for len. .
Owner Tommy Reddish 964 8SS9. tfn 964.5606. 1/03 tfn
tale with us. 6/12 tin 5/lce GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Door, windows ONE ACRE LOTS on Meng Dairy Rood
YARD SALE Frl & Sat. Jun. 20 21. 1973 CHEVY PU. 350 4-speed, LWB VtLREALTY
etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY $3,000 no down payment $70 per mo
Cloth*, furniture & misc. 407 E. LauraSt. $750.964.6152.6/12 21pd 6/19
9646078. Orders also taken in lake Call 9645606, 1/03 tin
6/19 197* CAPRI tires ft point,
Hpd new engine
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764, after PHONE 964-7776
HOUSE SALE hot AC. AM/FM. Call 964-5544 Anytime.
stove,
water heater
473-4973. 2/26 tfnWANT 5, call 964-5251 3/07 tfn [8
gas heater cedar closets,, and more.Take $2500. NEG. 6/19ltpd TO DRINK'THAT'S 1 3/4 ACRES off 227. $4,000 $200 down 205 N. Temple, Starke
301 south, turn I.ft on 2nd 221 It0 FORD COURIER new engine 5 YOUR BUSINESS $75 month. 9645606. 5/8TF
9th haute peed, AM/FM stereo, 2500. Ph. per
on /68.1138.6/19ltpd CECELIA TERWIlltttAR I
WANT TO STOP'THAT'S 2 1/4 ACRES CR 18 Hampton Pecan .
YARD SALE K.y.ton. Club Eitatei. lit 964.5928.6/19 Itpd -- -- --
.. on llt. 2 lamllii. 9.5, Frl ft Sot 1911 DATSUN PICK-UP, good transportation OURS pear persimmon, trees Will acceptany SPECIAL
Alcoholics Anonymous reasonable oiler 964 7559. 5/29
Children's clothes, watches, stereos, priced to sell. 964.7618.6/1911pd 9644150M46B949646219pdrhruS15 4lpd' 619ACREAGE HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial

bargains lot of 6/19 household items many 1910 FORD MUSTANG $1,000.473.44326191tchg t HOUSE 44 acre with 2 Br home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.

YARD SALE 1227 E.Itpd Call St.. Saturday 91. 1913 CHEV CITATION, A.T.. A.C.. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All make house $2,200 per acre House rented. ft.-10.09 acres-mony amenities
cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used Y
6/19 Itchg om/fm. $4,500. "73.7"", 6/19 2tpd
YARD SALE sewing machines for sal*. James 100 ACRES with 3 Br., house. born,, ....AMONG OUR SUPERB OFFERINGS....
Horn Interior Scratch 6/26
& Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy storage utility, house, $2,200 per acre LOCATION LOCATION 165'on 301 Econo
miles.AC. LOCATION by
Dent, car cloth.*, lots of odds and 1914 CROWN VICTORIA. 17,000 ,
16. Starke. 964-8733. 12/5TF ph. 1.90".964.7771. 6/19 tfn
ends, Sat Jun. 21, 8 til, 1103 W. PrattSt. 9644674. 6/19 2tpd 6/26 HANDYMAN electrical Lodge $120,000.eINVESTORS .
painting .
6/19 1979 4 Run New carpentry
Itchg SUNBIRD -cyl good. '
home 438 Acres in South Bradford
complete repair. : sub
YARD SALE 1000 Powell 8-3, let house radial tires. Asking $1300. Must sell. LOSTFOUNDLOST County. Partially
off Colley Rd., behind nursing horn. 2 Call 782.3811 ext. 329 or 782-3356 Call Reasonable Mitch 473-3940.rate. Licensed 1/9TF contractor. divided, highway frontage close to school $1,000 per acre.

families, household Items, furniture, leave message 6/19 Itpd PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all Block Hardwood trees. Developer's dream'
w/ton Dachshund.
mist brit-a-broc, lots of odds & ends, 1911 COUGAR XR7 loaded day Geiger PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH Corner
obedience Rood reword. :
phases personal protection 9645876. 6/19ltpd Washington
.. 964.885 after 6 9644181. 6/19
6/19
conning jar p.m.
YARD SALE Fri' S Sat Itchg, Westmoreland Tr. Itchg show ring. Experienced all LOSTReward for lost block & white lob South of SR 16, 262.5' on Hwy. 301 105'on Washington St.

Park Lot 22, 9 a.m. ? Clothes, breeds. 964-5732 or 964.7100.3/13 TF puppy. 3 1/2 moss old. weigh about PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven
TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call 33lbs. answers to the name "Snoopy' .
jewelry, lots of misc. items 6/19ltpd MOBILE HOMES 964-6766, Home Beautiful of N. Da.W Disappeared between 6:30.7,00: a.m thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150' on Hwy

YARD clothing SALE chandeliers Friday 4 and families much, family more FOR SALE will tall you how to ovoid that lob Monday morning 6/16 from Silver Lake 301 by 254' deep Parking space for 30 cars.
and Increase the value of home. Area. Contact R. Spitz. at 473-4997
your
GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
401 N. Cherry St. 6/19 Itpd : 301 N, by Powell's Dairy
5/1 TF after 6 6/19
YARD SALE Sot, June 21.9 a.m. 3 p.m., IS USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on LAWN SERVICE: reasonable rate*. Most LOST: Ton p.m.bobtail female Itpd pup in vicinity Freeze. 200 ft. on Hwy 301 approx. 1.61 acres $125,000.
saddle, several families' one or all. Olin'i Mobil Home Sal .
roaster oven, ** Owner would consider .
lawn $15. Phone 9&4-423S. 5/8 TF of Morgan Rd., East Call 964-8820. financing.FOR
goodie 1126 W. Madison St. 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg
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FOR LITTLE GIRLS ONLY. I will keep 6/19 I -
Itchg DEVELOPMENT
964.1363.6/19 Itpd 1914 DESTINY MH with fireplace. 1 your : Ten plus acres from Starke Golf S Country -
little girl 46. Country at LOST: Vicinity of SR 225-A and SR 225.
COME ONE, COME ALL TO THE YARD Bedroom, and mar*. Take overpayment mosphere. Breakfast age Lunch snacks.. near Lawtey. 8 mo old Brindle bulldog. Club to Flume Road. Hi and dry with pretty trees, 49000.

SALE THAT BEATS ALLIISt.r.o TV *. Call 782.3358 after 6 p.m. Call 9648549. 5/29 4tchg 6/19 Bobbed toil 4 white paws, white throat USE YOUR IMAGINATION: 20.16 acres, $50,000 owner

game, baby things, children and 3/20 TF ROOF COATING Summer special and chest; broken white streak down finance 3 wells 2 septic tanks small barn tool shed 2 temp
125 X 55 I
2
M.H. Br. Ba.
women clothes, plus lot of other CH/A good
from $135. Doublewldo head red collar. Answers to 'Gator'
inglewlde
Items. Take Hwy 16 W. to NW 54th cond. $4500 nego, concrete steps, $75. from $160. Full year against leaks. Any info call Ray Norman, 964.7830 or poles, property can be divided into 2 tracts, each with well 8

Ave? follow signs, Thur., Fri, Sot on 374-3629 before 4.00: 473-4032 after Releveling your home, $50 plus any 782.3131. 6/19 2tpd 6/26 septic tank $27,000 each.

ly. 6/19 Itpd ItchgNOQUALIFYING materials. Call now and save. 964-4680 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner
THREE FAMILIES Saturday Jun. 21, 8.... No down. Own.rmu.t anytime.. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 will finance 82322. A Florida
smart investment.
1002 Butler Road. Truck tires, rims, sell, 14'X 64' Home of Merit 2 BAKER LP GAS we have a summer time BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
clothes, men women and children BR, 2 Bath Lap tiding shingle roof special and senior citizens discount. DAIRY QUEEN: 89900. Approx. 169' on Hwy. 301. Bldg. being

vacuum cleaner some tools, fireplace, dishwasher many extras. Plus a special for farms and commercial sold "as is", approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. paved for
bridesmaids gown wedding gown $195 per month. 473-3160 or 473-4512. account W* don't charge any parking.
odds and ends. Com see, buy OWN YOUR OWN Jean ,
come 2 tchg 619.26COMMERCIAL deposits. 1800635.2371 2596810. -Sportswuor NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOME
and com save. Cancelled if rain. 6/19 6/123tpd 6/26 ladies apparel children'maternity
tchg. PROPERTY WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILD or large sizes, petite, darcewear or accessories THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome

THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. 8 4. encyclopedias children in my home. I have a nice 'or. Jordache, Chic, Lee, brick 8 cedar home on 37'/j' acres 4 BR 2'bath' plus a nice
mint. cond., silver plat RENT/LEASE fenced yard. Please come by and talk L.vl.) Izod Gila no. Guess, Calvin Klein barn efficient 133000.
dishes, etc. 116 N. Myrtle St. 6/19ltpd with ma at 301 N. Water St., Stark Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Liz energy
FRI ft SAT 601 S. Westmoreland. 5.000 NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call A Thompson Joanne Seller 6/19 Itpd Claiborne Member Only Gasoline.Healthl.x. SUPERBLY DESIGNED & CONSTRUCTED RESIDENCE: Finest

BTU AC $40, smoker $10 speaker, Street: 2 story masonry building. WORKING MOTHERS NEED A BABYSITTER Cherokee, over 1000 materials & craftsmanship. Distinctive 2 story cedar at the

$2, covered wagon lamp, misc. items, Clyde W. Simpson 356.68..9.10TF ? Call 964-4904, Brenda anytime. other $14,300 to $25,900 inventory country club with approx. 3120 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2'/ both lot

lot of sunk 6/19ltpd 3 RETAIL STORES for least Highway 301 Reasonable rates. 6/19 Itpd. training fixtures, grand opening etc, 125'x180'. Pella windows 30x22 7 old beautifully
garage yrs.
South. PRIVATE NURSING. can 15 days. Mr. Keenan ((305))
HAYMAKER RANCH Multiple yard sale. 473-3627 or 9648848. 5/8TF CNA DESIRES open
1/4 mile west of 26 on rout. 100. Smiles 20 ACRES zoned for MH Park city limits, available all shifts, weekends P.O. 6783639. Itpd 6/19 insulated fireplace.
east of Keystone. Anything and Starke. 97500. 3054578265. 6/19 Box 1043 Starke or 116 N. Myrtle St. THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS business op. OWN YOUR OWN HOME: Owner financing. 615 N. Church St. ,

everything. Antiques, form equipment. 4tpd 7/10 6/19 I Itpd portunity of the decade-Distribute Pay CB 3 BR, 1 l'/i' both approx. 1705 sq. ft.. CH/A large garage.157'xI05' ,
, Saturday June 21, every day until sold. TREE REMOVAL large & small job, Telephones FCC ruling abolished Ma lot fenced back yard. If you have $7,500, owner will
Bell's $60,000
Itpd 6/19 reasonable rates Firewood 473-4512 pay phone monopoly. a
6/19 2tchg 6/26 year possible with $2,000 Investment hold 1st mtg., reduced to 45000.

BROADWAY & WALTERS' Reliable Mobile Home R.palr..R.poin ot Call Aaron Communications OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRYI I Twelve acres with

all type Painting cool sealing, 405-360-4062 6/5 4tchg 626BOATS home approx. 2900 sq. ft., 4 BR, 2 ba barn, workshop pole

WALDO VILLASNOW TREE SERVICEC pressure washing re-flooring, skirting barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced variety of fruit trees
leveling and window sealing. Call
Removal anytime 496-3462. 25 years ex $85,000.eA .
RENTING perience. 5/1 8tpd. 6/19 .. GOOD BUY-MINT CONDITION: 321 N. Myrtle, approx. 2417

1 and 2 Bedroom Trimming 14 FT. FIBERGLAS Cocci-Croft with motor sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 ba, CH/A, reduced to 49000.

Stump Removal MISCELLANEOUSKITTENS 8 trailer. $650. 4732692.II boat tfnsw 2 fold NOT TOO BIG-NOT TOO SMALLI! 319 N. St. Clair St. $36,000
Unfurnished Apartments 14 FT. STUMPNOCKER w
Firewood down swivel bass seats, aeriated live THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,

Equal Housing Opportunity Free Estimate : take one and receive one well 30 HP motor foot controlled troll- dock and covered dock patio clear water for swimming and
dollar. 815 W. Pratt St.. 964 6402. 6/19
tilt trader 2000. ph
473.7097 473-7679 Itpd Ing 473.7663.6/19 motor 1 1IpdClosslfied fishing. Budget priced at 40000. Owner financing.
468.1971 1St: :: FREE KITTENS want good home. WALK TO EVERYTHINGI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1'/' bath large

I After 5 P.M. 964.5990.6/19 Itpd lot 45000. You'll love to call this home.
gun MOUSIN' FREE PUPPIES to good homes. 5 weeks Ads
Keystone Heights POULTRY FARM for sale.
old. 964.6595 or 964-6607 alter 6 p.m.
Licensed & Insured ? 6/19 1 Itpd Gel Results 'GRAHAM-Frame 2Br. IBa., $22,000.

? BROOKER-1983 MH CH8A 100X200 lot 20000.

.3 LOTS IN CITY-$4,500 each.

HAMMOND RD.-1 Ac. $2,500. Zoned for 2 MH
ERA TIFFIN a OWENS INC. r I
LOT 4 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES 7500.
Roberts Real Estate
t TERWIILEGAR A TRADITION IN REAL ESTATE FOR OVER 15 YEARS

986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL



m I 964-5065' 964.6262 Tim's Custom Cabinets ---I

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COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 New Construction -
c.9 Cabinets' *Tile CeilingsFree
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REALTOR Call
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50000. Today

fxsuses. ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only Estimates II i.
Call: Tim Thompson
$75,000. Owner terms possible.

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath, central heat 8 air. 964.4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TF

38,000.

640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100
sell less that $1200
Priced at
growing area of Clay county. to CYPRESS MULCH

per acre! I I.

RESIDENTIAL DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. & PINE BARKYou

.SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.

*EXCLUSIVE: home available in Golfview at the country club. Two story 5 br. 3 pick-up or We deliver
boo home with pool. Many extras. Call for oppt. Price at an unbelievable value. COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

.HAMPTON AREA lovely 3 br/2ba ham with 1.120 sq. It. c/b utility bldg. on 964-6058 Evening CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING
nice shaded acre.
A. Galnei CSM, Salesman/Appraiser
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREAl 5 lots with 2/1 fr home only 32000. Terry
*MODEL EXECUTIVE HOME country club area terms available. 964-4181 Evenings 964-6649

*2/1 FR. HOMEi furnished with utility bid. and extra room on 1 ac. extra septic tfn

for MH and roto tiller. All for only 29000. -- .lira .
*COUNTRY LIVING with city convenience 3 Br., 1 1/2 Ba. den with fireplace -
wood deck utility bid. on dead end st. w- Residential

*MADISON ST. Lg. beautiful lot with 2 Br. 1 Ba. reduced to 25000. f OWNER MOVING-Must sell-

WATERFRONT Crosby Lake, good fishing nice shaded lot with 2 Br, 1 Ba. 1 beautiful 3 Br 2 Ba LOOKING FOR LOTS OF
CH/A 35000. 1 r d SPACE over 2500 ft. with 3
Formal LR DR
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREA nice shaded 'landscaped lot, 3 br. 2 ba. MH 2 screen home.Featuring bedrooms 3 baths and too
many
porches, $26,000. Fam,, rm. w/fireplace, large kit. features to describe on 3 3/4
*SEE THIS NICE 3 Br. 1 Ba. c/b hardwood floor walking distance to everythingonly Associates In City $58,000. acres.

32000. 964.4522 $8,000 DOWN-Owner Fin. on
r r r r PRE STI I G I OUSNEIGHBORHOOD.
*IMMACULATE dblwlde. has many extras 1 acre Whispering Pines.
this 3 Br 1 1/2 Ba. In Saratoga
*NICE 4 BR. 2 BA c/b chalnlink fence, double carport, mid 50's. STAFIKE.. Designated Appraise* KAY1 C.WATERS Located
South 30]. Plaza Hgts, HURRY I area of other lovely homes thin
AFFORDABLE 3 Br 1
COMMERCIAL city, .
Of At, DICKSOM f ATTY J 107 E. EDWARDS RD. retail unit 37900. Open Mon thru Fri. Ba fenced cor. lot. $34,500.

it BROILER FARM 42 acre, 3 Br, 1 Ba, remodeled home one of the nicest pools in /:3a.m.. to 5:30: p.m. LARGE HOME-ln I city on ap many amenities. Super nice.

this area. Sat. 'a.m. to 4 I'.m. SUZANNE'""" KITCHENS 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba, CITY LIVING Br., 2 Ba
*PULLET FARM 37 acre, has very nice c/b ham, also MH with extra septic .tU-7e3 ; prox. large lot 100 X
tank. CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft. ossum. 27000. 115 only

103 X 230 LOT with building can be purchased with or without business. that mfg.IN.
I I. now there Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business CITY ON 2 ACRES: 3 BR, 2 A HOME THAT DARES TO BEe

Your Full Service Real Estate Office __ ba eat-in kit., great room car DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres.

LAND POTENTIAL: 269 port owner fin. 51500. 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's 2 Ba's
*10 ACRES, lot of paved rood frontage Hampton area CONVENIENCE STORE LOCA.HIGH SOMETHING UNUSUAL-On den liv rm, kit din. rm, dbl insulated
with :2
.2 1/2 ACRE just off hwy 225 $7,500 owner financing. TION: 1 Acre on corner of 16 W acres possibilities windows
BEAUTIFUL WOOD LOT appro 2 1/2 acre Rd. 230 past hospital. and Pleasant Grove Rd. galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR acres all cypress 3 br, 2ba rng. ref rg.

MELROSE I acre highway 26 12000. *SOUTH 301 PLAZA: 7 unit ren 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining home on man made lake. DW CHSA, dble carport

i.' ACRE only $6,100 on paved rd. Starke Golf and Country Highway frontage pecan trees w/storage bldg. Sale priced at
tal full firm
complex
100 X 215 zoned BP owner flnan., terms open. occupancy 73200. Add I acreage avail.
and close
Club. valued to town. Interior
Timber at over not
*GET A LOT for your money. Very near elementary school easy financing. [cash down payment required. WATERFRONT: sand bottomacres
.I31.OQOL._ _____.__ completed. HAVE IT YOUR WAY.
10 ACRES owner financing. CORNER SR 18 & 301 14.87 lake w/nice mobile
*GOLFVIEW SUBDIVISION Appro 1 ac. lot. owner financed; easy terms [ with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 Owner TinancTngT- CLOSE IN LOCATION : home.

ml. to Gville. 49 Acres with well, spacious 3 BR 2'/t' bath, 2 Ready to move Into $25,500.

wlth2ooff.Septic tank, Hwy. Frontage fireplaces CH/A, formal DR & HANDY MAN SPECIAL Br
William D.Tiffin. Realtor!President *2 ACRES on S. 301 with
LR, amenities in this Im lots of 0m. Close ;
Susan Faulkner Realtor 944-404 EDWARDS RD.: Adjoining many to town
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Bradford Sq.. 64x150 with A LOOKING FOR "COUNTRY"? maculate home with acreage $11,600.
AREA
L. Faulkner 964-5142 Douglas Conner 964-420 building. COMFORT? NATURE? Then see A SOLID INVESTMENT a LAKEWOOD : Executive

Louis Young "...7525 Marty Russell 473-794 We have waterfront lot this brick 3 br. 2 ba, CHSA world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, home in exclusive area Crosby
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Lucille Spry "......20 Karen Adam 94-7331 94-4001 building lot., mobile home home on approx. 5 acres. Includes 2 Ba, Fin Rm Liv. rm., Din. Rm., Lake access. Quality construc
Bobby BlgB.
Tool. 94-6913
Debbie lots, In all areas 2 riding !mowers 1 push sewing rm and more within tlon. 4 BR, 2 Ba, many

COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL mower, all lawn furniture 1 2400 sq. ft. Priced at $73,000.amenities..

Rental Available 5.10.20.25 HORSE. Owner Is serious about We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
acre parcels
Carol Warner..REALTOR ASSOC. available selling. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Callus1 /
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FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUSPACK CARS TRUCKS

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3 BR, 1 BA large lot. Quiet 2 BR 1 BA Mobil horn & BOATS
BRADFORD UMEROCK EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS, large living RAT Buy, tell and trade collectible
neighborhood. 964.5377 after 5:30: room A/C clot to town. Available
SALES p.m. needed Item and antiques. Used furniture,
at Whispering Pines Care Ctr
Llmerock a Fill Dirt 6/19 I tchq Call Susan Cook. 964.6220. 12/5TF Jun. 1. $235 month. Call 473.2730. 5/22 glassware jewelry and much more. 1977 BUICK CENTURY WAGON Good
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20 yd. semi-loads only HOUSE FOR RENT located on 100 A.. Edwards SALES POSITION: Must have sales' ex tlnchg Come tee for yourself. One mile east condition. Make an offer 473.7644.
Phone 782.3172 5/2311chg Loop. $350 I.t and lost 964 3606. perience. Call 964-5606 Ollns Mobil. LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly monthly of Keystone Heights on Highway 100 Itpd 6/19

STORE BOUGHT! Furniture for sale at 5/8TF Homes IFHAIRSTYLISTS efficiency apartment or 2 BR 473.2183. 6/3 tfnchg' LOOKI) 79 84 Chevy Chevettos likw
Doublewlde Home Center located ONE BEDROOM APT. 'for rant clean Florida licensed. Musthave call 473.2919. 5/22 Hnchg RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. new and at wholesale prices

North on 301 lawtey, Fla. (this Is not quiet, 830 N. Temple Ave, Houck following Good benefits Busy 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimmingand Needs spring and summer clothing $1295.$3000 (or best offer). 473.7644.

trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg Apts 964.4296. 5/22 4tpd 6/19 Shop. Holrplcint, 964.4643, 2/20TF skiing $250 a week plus $100 now! I 11 I Open Tuesday through Satur Itpd 6/19

FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for SMALl 2 adults TRAILERS for rent by month. 1 or GOVERNMENT JOBS $16.040 to deposit. 473.3856. 6/5 Ifnchg day, 10 a,m..S p.m. Highway 21 North,

sale at Olin Home Center located on 964 only..8484 No. STARKE pets Deposit KOA KAM required $39,230/yr Now hiring. Call TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across Keystone Heights. Call 473-3106 for FOR SALE

Highway 100 West This is not trailer PGROUND 301 South. 3/1STF 805.687.6000, Ext. R.5504 for current from lake. $155. Partially furnished time to leave Items 6/5 tfnchg'

furniture 6/13' tlnchg' 3 ROOM APARTMENT: Newly remodeled federal list. 5/1 8tpd 6/19 Mr. Phillips, 473.7560. 2/13 20tpd 6/26 ROOF COATING Single wide, from FORD 4000 TRACTOR 6 ft. heavy duty
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS) 2nd floor EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON, honest, $135, double wide 'from $160. One year bush hog and equipment trailer
$135 a month. 964.8498
custom made & Installed Homes 6/511n/ clean cut A MUST! References required MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE guarantee against leaks. Call now and 473.7656 after 7 p.m. 4tchg 6/5.26
Beautiful of N. Fla. 9646766. S/1TF possible $25,000 first save. Free estimates 964.4680 .
; year Ap 3 TON MOBILE HOME air conditionerwith
SMALL FURNISHED 2BR HOUSE suitablefor
RCA cabinet COLOR TV$749.: 25 Balance, remote due, $338 walnut or Middle aged couple. No pets ply D & S Motors 207 N. Temple. No QUALIFYING No down! Owner anytime, 7 days. 4tchg 6/5.26 heat $400; 17,500 BTU A/C, $175;

reg, Free Call 964.5970 6/12 tfn phone calls 4/3 TF must sell 14'X 64' Homes of Merit 2 "11,500 BTU 115 volt A/C, $200, 2

$22mo 1 1.725 1997 6/5 4tpd 6/26 delivery APARTMENT FOR RENT. HOUSE FOR CLERICAL easy mail handling work. Excellent BR, 2 Bath Lap siding shingle roof, Lost cheapies, $75 each; 1 Kenmore

OVEN left in SALE, Call 964.7076 or 964.8747. 6/12 pay no experience requiredDon't fireplace dishwasher, many extras. washer $100 Dykes Service Co.
MICROWAVE, Still In box.: Tappan Balance $238 or 2tpd 619UNFURNISHED wait call now. 964.7222. 5/29 $195 per month. 473.3160 or 473.4512.2tchg61926 $100 REWARD Black male Labrador 473.3085. 2tpd 6/12-19
layaway HOUSE. 3 Br, living TFN mixed dark spots on tongue. Lost Nov. SMALL FLOOR SAFE 17 X 17 X 23 Incheshigh.
$15' mo Free delivery Call room dining room, kitchen wall to EXCELLENT INCOME for part.time home 7 on SR.100 and Immokalee Rood. $50. 473.2007, 2tpd 6119-26

1 1.725.1997.6/5 4tpd 6/26 wall carpet air cond., gas stove assembly work. For Info call Answers to 'Minor" 4737162. 6/5 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Snow white,

REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE. Gelding refrlg. 964.7771', 6/19 TF 504.641.8003 ext. 9573 5/2 4tchg 6/12 PERSONAL SERVICES tfnehg AKC registered Top line, very
Well trained 4960061
hands
15 1/2
MOBILE HOME, In country, 4 mi. outside JUST SELL IN THIS NEW YEAR 11 I beautiful. $200. 1.684.6634. I Itchg 6/19
6 12 2tpd 6/19 '
city limits 1982 14x60 2 br., HELP US WE RE SWAMPEDI BEAUTY SALON EQUIPMENT and
comp HELP WANTEDOFFICE
CENTRAL AC systems, all in good condition FURNITURE' AND ANTIQUE REFINISHING
remodeled New & furn. I child We have hundreds of families In the with and twelve
carpet display case glass top
Call 964.6751. 6/122tpd 6/19 Hand rubbed oil 'finishes Call Joe
QUARTER HORSES THOROUGHBREDS max. $245 per month. plus dep. Starke area who have sent for information 473.2521. 6/5 tfnchg SUPPLY SALESPERSON. Prefer' drawers 473.7987. Itpd 6/19
964.6714 6/19 1 tchg from us regarding the purchase of RIDING ARIENS lawn electric
RACE HORSES Call Bar S. Ranch. NEED TYPING DONE? Reasonable efficient retired person to sell In Keystone mower
1 a 2 ROOM KITCHENETTES o/c TV, low ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA No canvassing sewing machine, both used Hide.abed .
letter Must be familiar with
9646751 6122ipd619CAMPER computer printout quality. Heights area.
Underwood 3 miles N. required no collection, ,
rotes Motel on no 473.4186. Itpd 6/19
TOP for long wheel base $100. Call 473.4648 and leave message. Will community. For more Information contact
301 6/19 1 Itchg delivery of merchandise Just 3 orders 16'/, FT. MONARK S-1 BOWRIDER .
374.3629 before 4.00 or 473 4032 after return call Ifnchg 3/27 John Miller, 964 6305. tfnchg.
TWO BEDROOM Mobile home on 1 1/2 earn you up to $827 GROSS COMMISSION Lounge seats, teak ski storage, three
600 6/19 1 Hchg CARPET CLEANING Deep steam extraction SEMI-DRIVER NEEDED Hauling dirt
2 miles from for the week Call 1.733.0477. built Full .
acres Storke $185 nice In cooler/storages I instrumentation
PRODUCTS in stock per mounted hour..hard work MUST
ALL MARY KAYE truck equipment.C locally. Long
Full '
fringe benefits 6/5 3tchg 6/19 ,,
25*. off, Leilonl Crawford 964.7464. mo plus security. Responsible adults AREA SUPERVISOR CARPET CLEANING be 24 years, have 2 years experience.MUST Extra storage Large
only 964.6479.6/192tchg' 6/26 Sharp ambitious ICC ICC and fuel tank. Bow rail canvas boarding
6/19 2tchg6/26 Keystone Heights .473.7770Half pass physical test
FURNISHED APARTMENT, utilities furnished women needed to hire & train platform. Older Johnson 135 HP. RUNS
CAMPER FOR SALE 19ft Shasta Travel driving test 473.3579.2tehg 6/12.19
Tackle Box. 6/19 Itpd demonstrators Unusual quality gift, GOODI I SS Props CLEAN. $5500. Lorry.
elec. flush EXPERIENCED CABINET MAKER Cabinet
trailer Gas or fridge, off on Scotchguard
and
RENTALS AVAILABLE: $150 per month decoration line Work from your 475.1267. 6/19 tfnchg'
toilet mattress In good 5/1-6/26 Installer and cabinet sales Ap
3/4
new 9tchg person
very and Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- home Weekly paycheck bonus, trips SEARS CHEST TYPE FREEZER has 5
up.
lot 55 HANDYMAN SERVICE chainsaw at Cabinets, 2923 N.E. 20th
cond.. KOA Kampground yard work ply Dyson
Owner at 964.5065 01 964.4048 TF Free training, free sample kit, no In- boskets, In good condition, $250; Baby
$1.200co.h.6/19I1pd work tree trimming trash Way, Gainesville FL 32609. 3tchg
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On vestment. For details call collect Lock sewing machine, $250, living
MATCHING WASHER/DRYER.$325. Highway 16 W, Close to prison. Margaret 904.878.1238, leave messageon removal any odd lob. 4733321. 6/5 6/19.7/3 Room suite, 2 end tables. coffee table.
washer $125, dryer $80 refg $175. tfnchg PAINT SHOP HELPER ,
964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg' machine 6/12 2tpd 6/19 wrapPing/orl. chair with ornaments, love seat sofa
.
Hide, a bed sofa $75 sofa love seat PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile preparing parts to
FURNISHED: weekly and monthly rates. OLDER PERSONS( ) to keep small wall- in good condition, $500: French Pro
chair $65 6/19 Itpd homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free general work In paint shop. Full-time
behaved dog on occasion. $1.00 ,
Variety of rentals free maintenanceand per venial bed. with canopy. mattresses,
SILVER QUEEN CORN: By dozen orbushel. estimates. Call Rob 473.3590. 6/5 Omega Metals, 473-4984 2tchg
lawn care Jo.Lu Motel & MH Park hour Coll 964.4702 after 1:00: p.m.6/12 $75. 473.7748, if no answer call :
Call 964.8122 or 964 6558. 6/19 2tpd 6/19 tfnchg 61926EXPERIENCED
964.8810. 417TFFURNISHED 473.2235. 2tchg 61926NOTICE
1 LAWN MOWING edging. PAINTER Wanted for
Trimming
llpd
efficiencies and mobile PEP-O is now taking applications for full
Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free night shift 5 p.m..1:30: a.m. Omega
PLATES Aluminum,
NEWSPAPER : homes inside city weekly & monthly A Parl.tlm. cashiers. Apply 620 S.
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great JO LU Motel & MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5 Walnut St 6/12 2tchg 6/19 Estimates. 6/5 tfnchg Metals, 473.4984. tchg 6/19-26
for and TELEGRAPH HAIRSTYLIST PRESSURE WASHING Trailers are our
TF NEEDED
patching repairs : Experienced and
Yardperson needed Five hours day CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
475 3116. 4tchg 6/3-26 a
specialty.
135 W. Call St 964.6305. FREE CABLE WITH Call
HBO when you rent a following preferred. 964.6777. .
mitted the
FLOOR through summer Must be energetic, to Lake Region Monitor office
SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING -
COPY MACHINES: Canon 'for rent or furnished or unfurnished one bedroom 6/12 tfn
sale Canon home $799 Canon 314 WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT CAREER House out of level?Call LaRue LevelingService hardworking self-motivated In writing and paid In advance
at N
copier ; apartment Temple Ave. In OP. unless credit
Is establishedwith
References help, Call 475 1267Itfr already
home or office, copier $999; Canon office downtown Starke. All utilities are furnished PORTUNITY in sales and delivery, We for all your foundation .. 6/19' Lary this officeMONITOR .
$1399. Rent to for and offer excellent repairs 473.7721, 6/5 tfnchg
copier own as no deposits are required. employment benefits
STAFF CANNOT
BE HELD
little as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP, Weekly rates are from $50 to $65 and and advancement/Equal Opportunity UPHOLSTERY Chairs, couches cushions RESPONSIBLE
HOUSES FOR SALE FOR MISTAKES IN
110 W. Call St. Stork.. 964.5764. 2/21 'from 964.8544 and campers. Addison Upholstery
monthly rotes are $200 to $260. Employer. 1038 Edward Rd. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD /IS TAKEN OVER
4732452. 6/19-7/11
tfn Call 964.4262 days or 964.6566 eves or 6/1911chg I 4tchg
1 PAINTING Interior-exterior. Good LAKE HOUSE on one of the best 'lakes In THE TELEPHONE
ORGAN month. R.N. Immediate
ELECTRONIC : $49.99 per just drop by and see the resident full-time position
No down payment Call 964.6946. tin manager In apartment 6. tf 6/5 available In a progressive health care work fair price. Call 473.7517. 2tpd Keystone. Dock nearly 2 acres, large Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. 1 BR APARTMENT 403 N. Walnut St.. facility. Medical surgical exper, required 6/19.26 oaks, clear lake. Call 904.725.3047.4tcho61273 prior Minimum to Thursday charge Is publication.15 words for $3.50.

$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn $175 per month call or apply in person Excellent benefits. Apply to TREE REMOVAL, large & small jobs, then 15 cents for each word thereafter
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale 964.5276 No Pets. 6/19ltpd Personnel, lake Butler Hospital Hand reasonable rates Firewood. 4734512 LAND FOR SALE
360/390 4bbl manifold, motors, C.6 S 2 BR APARTMENT unfurn, $200 per Surgery Center, SR 121 & 100, Lake

FMX transmissions, rear ends. etc. month. 2 persons, no pets 964.8404. Butler, FL 32054. 904.496.2323. EQUAL 6192tchg626BLUEBERRIES LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.

miscellaneous body parts, tires & mag 6/193tpd 7/3 OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 6/19 Itchg Owner will finance $164 month.
wheels Gory 964.8569. 3/20 TF HOUSE FOR RENT In Starke, stove, WATER/WASTEWATER PLANT 473.4367. 6/5 tfnchg per

FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- refrlg new carpet two bedrooms, convenient OPERATOR position available city of LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
side pickup. $75. 964S812TFce to shopping no pets $250 Starke, Class C. Fla. license desired wooded -
lot
acre 17500. Call 473.7162 "
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: /, ton. anything you month 1st and last& security 468.1509. but will accept trainee applications U-Pick or We Pick on order after 5. 3/27 tfnchg 1"fJ.

need..Axles, front or rear auto 6/19 2tpd 6/26 Apply at City Hall Starke. Salary Open 8-6 Mon-Sat l

transm. transfer cases, 2 different ONE BEDROOM APT., A/C, carpets, $4.95/Hr. Fla Chauffeurs license required 1
types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts walled patios, drapes, mini blinds, furnished 6/19 2tchg 6/26 2:306:30 Sunday YARD SALE '
Call 964.5812. TFce or unfurn. Close In, off street Longneckers 4 miles West of i9
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7MM MAGNUM GOLDEN EAGLE Never parking. 8.9:30: a.m. best time to call. Warehouse workers wanted Shippingand Melrose or 2 miles East of JUNE 21 Home of Pachal Carr, Grove

Fired. $425 Firm. J. T. Wheeler. 964.8601 6/19 tfnchg Heavy receiving"lifting Involved.experience Need required.good Orange Heights 1.7 miles North Street Items Include tools, Have you ever wished that you t

9648640. nc COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now head fa numbers, Apply In (State Road 1469)) lawnmower autos, camper household were In a position to own a swlmm ,
available at C&C Mini Storage 12 ft person to Items. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Itpd 6/19 but
Lake Ing pool weren't sure that ,
Butler
Apparel. 650 S.E. 2nd Signs you
ceilings. lights reduced HAYMAKER RANCH Multiple yard sale. could
NOTICE power new Street afford such a luxury Well, '
.
8AM to 3 P.M. 6/12 2tchg. Day Hours 468-2483 1/4 mile west of 26
ratei 964.8848. 1/9TF on route 100. 5
having YOUR OWN
ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 Afternoons 475.1151 or 473-2702 miles east of Keystone. Anything and quire a fortune pool doesn! re '
anymore With the
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted per night From $35 per week. Discount HAIRSTYLIST everything Antiques, farm equipment. modern i
construction
to the Bradford County offered for longer term. Apply in person -G Saturday. June 21, everyday until sold. the techniques and
NEEDED I standardized that
Telegraph office, In writing and paid in Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across ( Itpd 619RUMMAGE plans DynamicPools t'
advance unless credit is already from Post Office TF "?to SALE Tools, clothes, dishes, has to offer you can have the

established with this office. LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A Must be good.Experienced.. pots, pans, camping equipment toys, pool of your dreams for a 'lot lass (

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE stove and refrigerator. Suitable for 1 r "- BEN & DON'SAIR furniture. Saturday 9.6. Sunrise Trailer than you think

HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN couple or small family. $350 month. .,J 7Rent Park Lakevlew St. Itpd 6/19 Prices Start At r r'I
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Call 964-7826. 3/13TF r CONDITION & ''I

THE TELEPHONE. Fine all electric mobile homes Basketball your own room at I $5,900

Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. playground, private laundry and HAIRPLANES REFRIGERATIONCOMMERCIAL Janet M.Starling.

NOON prior to Thursday publication. road. Near prisons PINES SR121 southof Call Alon I
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, SR100, Lake Butler Call 496.2366. I.i 964-4M5j INSTALLEDTHIS

then 15 cents for each word thereafter 6/12 tfn & DOMESTICAir WEEK ONLY
Conditioning lie. Real Estate Broker I

TOO LATE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! Starke. Extra $300 OFF
HOMES Central or WindowDehumidifiers
FOR RENT lot. 2 .
Large corner bldgs currently
FOR SALE TO CLASSIFY rented. 50000. With a variety of sizes and shapesto

MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: Auto 8 Truck 02 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, $29,900. choose from there a beautiful

Mobile Homes and spaces for rent.Recreational THREE CANTALOUPES U-Pick. 30 cents each on REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.8 ACRES Dynamic pool that lust right for
BEDROOM BRICK home, CH/A 2 ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS home AND
Brooker Road with older home, beautiful your your budget. This
vehicles welcome. Phone baths 231 4 ml. west of pecan
LR/DR breakfastroom
fireplace Rentals reliable Fla. State
964.7498. 9/16 tfn Graham. Howard Douglas. 485.1183 trees. Certified Contractor
EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apartments 964.5468.3/13, game room.TF 560 Glendale St. .!Itchq RepairsREFRIGERATORS. '15 ACRES: Older home and DW will' take care of everything from

Electricity Included. Low weekly UP TO 1100 SQ. FT. Modular home, on FREEZERS mobile home, $47,500 design and Installation to

monthly rates. Palms Apartments, your lot for as little as $28 ft. 11.9 ACRES I Well 3 septic tanks, arranging...
per sq
2314 N. Temple Ave tfn 964.8124, ask for Fred 6/5 4tchg 6/26 STOVES, WASHERS DRYERS pond pole barn. $33.500 100% Financing with

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 LAKE HOUSE on one of the best lakes in WANTED Home Repair andA '5 ACRES $12,500, 10 ACRES NO DOWN PAYMENTNo

BA opt. For more Information call Lake Keystone Dock nearly 2 acres, large SEWING Few Used Models $25,000. Excellent Terms. Monthly PaymentFor

Butler Apts 496.3141. Equal Opportunity oak,, clear lake call 904.725.3047. 6/12 MACHINE 050 Ac.$50ooo. 90 DaysTo
Housing 6/7 tfnchg 4tchg 7/3 OPERATORS. Experience TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt ((904)) 712.393' make your new pool a beauty of

COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now EASY TO BUYI! Remodeled 2 br 1 ba helpful, but will train serious A Reasonable Cost P.O. Drawer M summer fun Phone Anytime Daily 8

available at C&C Mini Storage 12 ft. with storage area. Approx. 1,000 lob seekers. In 301S.LawteySubscribe a.m, to 8 p.m. or Saturday< Sunday 9
lights, reducedrates Apply personsVOGUE
ceilings power new ft on 2.5 acres Owner flnan. 34000. a.m. to 5 p.m.
964.8848. 1/9TF Call 473.3067 6/19 2tpd 6/26 INC. Ben or Don On Call

ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 3 BR, 1 BA HOME with central heat & air 710 S. Water St. 24 Hours. 782-3564 Today! 3995685SPAS
night. From $35 week Discount
per per
and garage. Appraised at $36.000 will Starke
offered for longer term. Apply In person sell for $29,500. 964.4082 or 964.8447. Lawtey BRADFORD COUNTY *
Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. acrossfrom 6/19 llchg 5/29 6/124tpd7/3 TELEGRAPH
Itpd
Post Office. TF Portable & In round
964-6305
LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A
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stove and refrigerator Suitable 'for .

couple or small family $350 month. USED PALLET SALE .... _
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly Ing, luggage rack good tires, 4 to 1 ...- Close Out On Used Wooden Pallets I t
decorated everything furnished Laun houit. extras $850. cosh. 964.4284. SAVE $ $ With
dry facilities Included. Video room 6/12 21pd 6/19 We are reducing all used and recyled wooden pallet, various

available Will accept one child, no 1911 HONDA motorcycle, 650 Custom. > sizes. Free ; !

pets Palms Apts. 2313 N. Temple You will regret passing this one up. i $1.00 and Up. o\es Homes Beautiful 11011
Ave.. Starke 32091 5/1 TF $850. 964.7648. 6/19 Itpd ; ;"

I Also, we are selling wooden fencing and outdoor furniture. 9
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Located In Stark, Florida Come by Sunshine Industries State Road 16 West, next to Olln's ; Till I

1: Park or call 9647699. In Also I

I -Siding e Soffit & Fascia
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1 t L-j For a Awning Screen Rooms


Carport e Brick or Stone
: Plumbing Supplies From


Race Horses liii Durrance Pump & Supply: .- Cleaning Call| |

Training for Game Horses .

Boarding Horses Owner/Operator e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed _a- : HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.

Standing Stud Services Bob Session US 301 North JI JII i
B64 N. Temple Ave., Starke 964"706 )
Riding Classes ((904)) 964-6751 I TF I Starke Fla. 964-6766 "


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Room $1495 Is 301 South Uandl'Houxes
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One-Room Offices with Common Entrance Cleaning & Hall) AvailableCarpet menu K/mau

Share Utility Bill with Other Tennants Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. ; No Down Payment

Air Condition, New Carpet, Convenient Location ,

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

specialize In cleaning and re dyeing of wall to wall carpet furniture cleanIng .

Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality 964-8848 '

Connected by Hallway work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment. #'

SvniorCitizen OistiiiitU Frey 'Ad"j ice
No Milfun( "li.ifKt y"tin
Must See To Appreciate $399 Per Month Evenings

For Information Call Roomsower Call 964-4997 Call a M mbtlt .. 964-4073 4733627Page

250! sq. ". Slarhe.Bradford
Check Yellow Pages In local phone book
964-6305. ask f >r Juhn extra charge Chamber of Commerce
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AIRLINE/TRAYELSCHOOL Hospital addition starts to take shaDe in Bradford Count .' /1;

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T lord County iind (the suriouinlinnureas .il'I't.The Attending the ceremony were of- thwhile. This addition is a big step ouiiuing. we can now piovide the
highlight of the
ficials
when ceremony limn Santa Ke Health Car forward for this community." best of healthare systems to this
came two ncrobatic
A white bleel( !girder, symbolic. ol workers rode the white construction SYlh'III'hil'h operates the Joe Dunlap, Vice-Chairman of the community and all of North
:. the beam to hOhJ"t.tI J here"J'hi' Board of Directors of SFI1CS "
/18 highest point on the new hutUling the a Florida.
/ top of the skeletal ,
'- '" which has been rapidly changing! They raised the tension structure level for addition will make this com- member who serves his! po.i"on' Al Kay; Carlisle of Starke, chair-
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skyline at its location on Sit< 2,1ami\) : their audience with munil.N a healthier" and happierplace without pay, said he supports the man of the Board of Directors of
Collie toad in Starke a vertical climbing hi live, said I Ed Peddle, "not for profit" philosophy of the
TRAVEL AGENT was signed by exhibition to the beam Bradford Hospital, cited! Guy Andrews
) then Prcsidi
ol Santa
some of the dignitaries! in ti crowd thrilled the with top Fe Health Care corporation. "We have some fine examples a member of the board, and
TOUR' GUIDE crowd a fast descent Syi>ieiiisSl''HCS: ( ), one ol four ol that
estimated ut 150 who tinned out to the right here. The new Mrs. Anna Felon, secretary of the
on t ips of their rubber-shocd
AIRLINE RESERVATIONISTS mark a day of progress m the !pro, ra.?., speakers the ceremony. "Prugess fitness center, u better level of board, for their efforts in the project
STAIT LOCALLY ntlTMErMTTWnun has oine slow'\\ hul it has been wor- health care here and now this new and called it a "giant step forward".
M im uaM UMnnit
DOME STan t KMEUT TUUMI
The Singles

fMUfCUlUHIUUIlftMFUCtMHTUXISTJUICE ConnectionStop SR EC taking applications for 1
Hm.HDQRTERS: LIGHTHOUSE fl.FL new program
being lonely and blue

AC.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL by joining Lakeside Singles The Suwannee River Economic and labor at no cost to the recipients whose house is most in need of U'eutherl/ation Cannot:

1-800-432-3004 Club Rt. 2, Box 530, Hampton Council announced today that it will to make the home as weather proofas weatherization. -1. Repair porches, steps, etc
AHr.tlItH 11I_".,HHSC Fl. 32044. be taking applications for the funds will permit. -2. Roof turbines.

WeatherUation Program, Priiintics are given to elderly and Weatherlzatlon Can; -3. Repair or replace screen doors,
--- -- The program provides materials thost with lowest incomes and for -I. Repair or replace! windows and window screens, etc.
e"w: '. doors or the glass in windows or -4. Replace roofs or other major
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T -2. Seal and/or caulk cracks.
I -3. Provide insulation.

e4, Patch holes in floors
ceilings .
If would benefit from
and/or exterior walls. Up to one you qualify
Magnolia Hotel quarter of existing can be gram and think you might ,
rerlaced. come by our office located in the
e5. Patch and/or cool
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Housing Project Community Center
skirt trailers etc
Downtown Starke across from Post Office I

Other: building at 855 S.W 6th Avenue in

el. Hot water heater insulation Lake Butler between the hours of 8

:1 Rooms for 'Rent : jackets. a.m. and 4:30: p.m. Monday through

: e2. Replacement or installation of


!i''! Nightly Weekly Monthly attic e3. vents.Minor plumbing and electrical Friday or it more convenient, you

i repairs to support weatherization. may telephone 496-2342 from 8 a.m.

I i Nightly '8 From 3500 Weekly J Model TOBIE of OWENS the Week e4. Repair of primary heat source. to 4 p.m.


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BULLDOZER WORK WANTED By Hev Ed Kirkland


Call ((904)) 964-5606 Pastor THE Kingsley FAMILY Lake VACATION Baptist Church



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Of all the adventures in life you may encounter it is quite safe to say that
until you have taken a family vacation, haven't lived. Now
you really I don't
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Shop Compare FLORILAND "" ,. f JI mean just loading everybody up to go over to Goldhead State Park for a few
Insurance for r' hours or even to spend the night, that just doesn't qualify I'm talking major
Special '''
Mobile Home Pork REALTY #*>-3y5.i vacation. The kind where you pack up the house and the kids and go at least
,
several
hundred miles together This will give you an entirely different view
All types of homeowners 964-7700 ..-
of
.. .:; your household.One .
policies for 393 N. Temple Ave. \ kLf: ." major thing is if it's going to be a family vacation then keep your
mobile homes. Vernle P. Odom Brok.r-GRI .,,,, ,' children in mind when are
you planning it not just the adults. It can be a
Call for Quote __ .. : rewarding experience. Both
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n n n ...r: -:: rewarding when you drive off and extremely

Olin's Mobile .... l..... 'I f_ rewarding when you drive back up to your very own home.
.
HEIGHTS: 3 BR. 1 both 'I" Just a few ideas for to
SARATOGA you ponder as you begin to plan this great adven-
hom..xc.llentcondition. i :r<. NtS '. ture. For instance, you don't need to plan to
Home Sales I .. .. ... spend beyond what you can af
i .,81! ACRES! Unimproved la"dlood S ... ford. But, on the other hand, budget I a specific amount and then be willing to

Olin er'e' 'tid .' spend that without worrying about it. By the way when you decide on that
,Elaine M. 4
Agent ACRES on St. Rd 100 road lion- t specific amount, add some extra because some emergency is probably going

I 964-5606 'age. to come up.Speaking.
.I
I .'I, ACRE to 2 ACRE Lots 2 moo to of emergencies, be prepared for them, at least mentally If you

choose from.476' have children at least one will probably have to go to the doctor on the trip
on 301. good commoicloi ute \ And, don't be surprised at all if you or your husband or wife also have to go.

Now, you're saying, "we're all perfectly fine. This nut doesn't know what
#398.-21 oc. 4 BR 2 bo, stucco home, ., ,.. ,. he's talking about. To that I say, listen to this.
hno. n .
born, mobile hookup, S6TOOO. 1 ;: :;:I_ .I have seen on one trip my first son end up in the emergency room with ton

Financed ( CRYT'AL LAKE HOME SITES: Contemporary sillitis because we just had to go visit our friends while we were in town
iH32.-Lake Butler: 2 BR 2 Ba mobile, Rock & Cedar 1: Br 2 Ba whose child just happened to have tonsillitis. Then there was the vacation

2 stocked ponds, creek, 7 ac., great CH/A, 3 car garage large. 'ot where we had to take the same child to the doctor on our way out of town and

view, $63,000 CRYSTAL LAKE HIS: 4 Br 2 Ba Buck get medicine which we had to keep cool all 1.100 miles.

#421 4 BR. 2 Ba block home with _t Veneer CH/A 1ge Lot much moie' Finally there was the time we took a short five hour drive trip just to see
Santa Fe access Old oaks shade lot, EDWARDS ROAD DUPLEX: 4 Br 2 H an outdoor musical with another couple. Everything went great right up un-

deck vi.w. I Ba. rented 4 Br 1 Ba a rented dame., til dinner before the show. During the meal my wife became ill and we spent
*430.-START HERE! Mobile waddiion the two hour musical in
13 Br 1 Ba. over $500 'income, per an emergency care center We ended up going to a
( pole barn landscaped ocr., 2 month Close to shopping' video store to check out "The Apple Dumpling Gang Rules Again". A twelve

sepllcs' Lake Crosby access Make i LAWTEY AREA: Beautiful, 3 Br 2 Ba hour round-trip drive to see "The Apple Dumpling Gang" :Now'; folks, I have

offer. Owner anxious. i brick veneer rancher over 2 OCX sq .- -'...h .. to tell you that was not exactly my idea of a red-letter date in history For-
#429.REDUCEDI! 6 ac., 4 BR, 2 ba, 2 I It, Lge chain link fenced yd nicely, ... ." .,t. tunately, my wife got better and so did our son the other times but not
mobile hookups. great location. 1 .....' : without time, and
the
money
on
landscaped with 9.74 acres Some -::. It "' .. .. .. pressure vacation
35000. owner Im, available = '., ., '- ....,'. ..tt.- ,. -..... Speaking of pressure, beware of that too Did: you know a family vacation
#433-.BAR & LOUNGE: package store WALDO 15 close to Formers actually creates stress Just be ready for it One to relax
: acre, Out in the warm summer sun, Tobie is wearing an exciting two piece way help you is to
w/canopy, great business opportunity 8 Flea Market take a vacation with another couple. We did this last year and had the best
2 BR home for owner 4 acre.HISTORICAL| PROVIDENCE: 135 one pastel colorful shell dress. vacation we ever had. But, you need to be prepared once again. First, only

fronts US 301. farm with coastal & Bahia grass Dress; 26.99 Belt: 12.00 select a couple whom you are very close with and enjoy spending lots of time

#422.-7 acres. 3 BR 2i/. bath, brick pasture, has lovely brick homew. ,th with. Otherwise you will probably never speak to each other again. But, if

home, has everything the i all ..ommenlties, Ig... pecan trees 2 you plan it right, it can be more fun for both your children as well as you

homeowner dreams ol, more acres ; stocked fish ponds. near 1.75 & 441 PAYING HIGH PRICES parents.In .
available -MIDDLEBURG: Established. boarding spite of all the hassles, the money or any 1 other problems, you need to

Commercial Properties, farms and 1 stables, expand business on 18 take some time off and get away as a family. II you do it right, it will draw
1! OPEN 10 am 6 pm 452 N. Temple Ave. closer and
together
business are here for your investacres, owner anxious to sell you strengthen your relationships at home. It's a great
ment of the future Invest nowl I ItTROUT -CR 225: 3 Br. 1 Ba. CH 8 A. railing MondaySaturdayPhone Across from High School experience you shouldn't cheat yourself out of and your children ned. They
Ions. 1 Ac. with stables and barns 964-9772: VISA MC Layaway may not remember exactly what you want them too, but il your vacation is

-CR J25 2 Br. 1 Bo CH a A newly successful, they may remember you were fun to be with. And I think that
REALTY remodeled $28.500MATIIEVVS. kind of memory is worth the sacrifice.

'"rte"'''".r"a REALTY
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'*l.?'& 173-3094 Assoc. IlaroldEpps !ltil-'ililH' j Union County Ads

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fy:;..t:' 839 N. TEMPLE .
STARKE. FL 32091
FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE OR TRADEBeautiful NOTICE


TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES Piano for Sole Wanted' responsible par. 4 bedroom 2 both home, with CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
Accelerated Inc. FOR RENT: Union CounlyTimes, ISO to small milted the Union, office .
Realty ty assume monthly paymentson 2 car garage and pool In Gainesville to County Times'
Main Street Lake Butl r. Phone piano See locally Call credit, Many extras. Want property In Storks. m writing and paid, ,in advance
1520 S. Walnut Street (Hwy 301 South) Starke, Florida 496.2261 for ,information tin manger 1(800)447( ) 421>6. 5'22 3tpd. 6/5 Lake Butler or Macclenny area. Call unless ciedit, 'is already established.
Office and
Warehouse space located In Caladium and $2.00 and ,
Daylllies up 371.1128.6/12 4tpd 7/3 with this office
Phone: 964-4544 Union County Times Building at ISO Contrary Mary Garden, SR.121 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront West Main Call 496 2261 for more Information Lacrosse Fl. 462.1561. Itpd 6/5 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

Farms tin Piano for Sole Want, : Responsible par. HELP WANTEDFull CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
CommercialNo Fine all electric mobile homes. Bosket-
ty to assume nthly payments on THE TELEPHONE.
Charge to List Your Property for Sale ball, playground private laundry and spinet/conscl piano Can be seen Classified, deadline .is TUESDAY.
Call and discuss it with us. road. Near .prisons. PINES SR.121, locally. Wn't (,include phone number) Tim Maintenance Man. Must' have NOON prior to Thursday publication
South. ol SR 100, Lake Butler Call Credit Mamagei, P.O. Box 520 trim, carpentry and tome electrical ex. Minimum charge is 1 S words for $3.SO.
NICE AND CLEAN Mobile Home 14'x64', 2 BR 2 BA w/front/ porth, 496 2360. 6/12 I tin Beckemoyer II. 62219 5/29 3tchg 6/12 perience. General maintenance from then 15 cents lor each word thereafter

metal tool shed, on 2 lots, Brooker,$25,000. 40 ft. flat bed trailer with torp andstraps. lawn work to painting. Apply in per-

NEARLY NEW Brick. 5 BR, 2 BA. lots of beauty and value close to INSURANCE" Call 496.2628. Itchg 6/5 ion Saturday 8 A.,M.Pines to 7 P.M.Mobile. Monday Home through Park OUT OF STATE PROPERTY

town, $77,000.
I SR121 Lake Butler Reference .
NICE FAMILY HOME Crystal lakeTWO MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E. MOBILE HOMES required
neighborhood 3 BR.2B4
good hard workers
only 6'5
Homesites, lake access desired, some furniture( $:535,000. Main Street,, Lake Butler 496.3978.Complete tln/chg |North Carolina Mountains
Insurance Service. 2tlree (One acre located in the mountains, good
GREAT BUILDING LOTS Lake or both. Why rent? Purchase mobile Warehouse worker wanted.
near Crystal buy one 4/10. 17 then tinPERSONAL pay a Shipping access. large trees covers this tract
THIS ONE WON'T WAIT on Kingsley Lake, 50 ft. lake frontage, 800 ft. home like rent payments Owner and receiving experience required Owner needs lo sell $6500. Pay $1,000
plus deep, 2 cottages, dock, nicely wooded, 35000. SERVICES financed. 945 N W. 3rd. Street Sid, s Heavy lifting Involved Need good down assume loan

GOODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS home and.5 acres 23 miles from Mobile Home Park. 6/19 Itpd. head for numbers Apply in person to i Chalet three bedrooms. 2 baths, 2
building, fruit frees, stocked Three mobile homes, fair to good condi Lake Butler Apparl 6SO S.E. 2nd Street levels I mile from town lovely setting '.
Cecil Field, great for family living, storage We specialize In roofing, carpentry and .
lion 2-two bedroom and 1 lour 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. 6/122lchg. 6/19 deck .
fishpond, $74,900. painting. Call 431-1445 4241fnchg.Reliable large overlooking mountains
bedroom 1 I 1.2 bath $2.400 each Human Services Worker I and II This is excellent location Built.in
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251 Feet on 301 with home v.ell utility shed excellent location, Mobile Home Repair, repairs of while '
they lasts Call 4962366. 619chg'tln responsible shift work In the care and cabinets. all for 55000.
$34,900. all types. Painting cool sealing, very private
rehabilitation of
patients In a SS.000 down assume loan.
pressure washing re-flooring. skirting Pay
COMMERCIAL BUILDING floor apace, Madison & ------ ----- psychiatric hospital Beginning, salaryIs
approx. 15,000sq. ft. leveling and window sealing Call Two acres short distance from Murphy
Thompson Streets, 74900. REAL ESTATE $4.09 and $4 28/hour Excellent build
anytime, 496 3462. 25 years experience. good garden spot ready to on.
LOT FOR SALE County Club Estates. 5/1 8tchg. 6/19 OUT OF AREA Level benefits.requires Prefer one high school of direct graduate Owner said sell $9800. Pay $1,800
year care down, loan.
Clyott: Air Conditioning. Heating, assume
PRICED RIGHT Farm for Sale, 131 Acres. --- experience Apply ot Northeast Florida
Refrigeration, and Electrical Service Is These are a few of over 2,000 listings
FREE NOTARY SERVICES now reopened for business Repair all LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO State Hospital Highway 121 South,. We have all types of property from,

PUT US TO WORK FOR YOUm!!! brands and specialize In heat pumps. PERTY? III I don't hove, I'll find, it- Just Macclenny. Fl. 6/19 32063 EEOAAEmployer $700 per acre and up. We have small
Call 752.7439 or 7S2.2659. 6/12 2tchg ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Itchg tracts' We also have several cabins,
EVENINGS: 6/19 496.2126 or 4962903 eves "YOUR I Ulnt Treatment and Rehabilitation (houses. old farms. etc Write or call today .
Wayne Douglas . 964-6593 -.- -- UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin Specialist This Is responsible para. for a free listing, brochure. You can

Novas Ward . . 964.7454 YARD SALT '-'--- professional shift work in call free by dialing, 1(800)4387421( )

John Greene . . 533.2121 HOMES hospital.rehabilitating Requires patients 30 In a psychiatric Write or call today. 6/12 Stpd. 7/31
semester or 45
Bill Dodd . . . . 964.7408 Saturday, June 21, 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Five quartet hours of college that Included Cherokee N.C.Land 28906 Co.
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Irving Clark . . . 9&4.7188 miles eat>t ol Lake Butler on Highway Government Homes from SI I (U repair). live courses In Health Care, Special Murphy

Evelyn Chastaln . . 964.4319 __1 100._ Look for signs llpd. 619CARS.TRUCKS Delinquent tax property' Repossessions. Ed., or Social, Behavioral, or

Cindy Kurlmay . . . 964-7408 Coll 1(805)687( ) .6000. Ext. H.1136. Rehabilitative Science No experience
for current repo list. 6/5 Otpd. 7/24 necessary Beginning salary Is
ACCELERATED REALTY INC. $4.70/hour Excellent Benefits Apply 'Wigwagging Is a method of signaling
I960 Cadillac Coupe Devllle loaded. In at Northeast Florida State Hospital I with one flag. The three motions

Phone: 9S4-4544 top shape. Call 431.1676 or 4311970. Highway 121, South, Macclenny, Fl. I I used represent a dot a dash and
Itpd. 6/19 32063. EEO/AA Employer 6/19 Itchg. 1 the end of a word or paragraph.oJ .




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John Sihlcy and. |)ciron" Kd.; Deacon Stone;lias suffered from ill Itoth- rain are i-x.-i/iipli! 'it |loyalty
I Stone, the church's oldest' talkers, health/ recently foul honored) the congregation : I
|H>UI IMi( wen honored Sunday, .luni; with, his preHeriri: at this and devtjtiori for thrx-.f. : who walk inIrnir
15 during an -ippn-ciiition luncheon' luncheon. footprint
i.f <. ill (:irenler Itcllili-liriri l-'rcir Will ,'//L
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Iil Krnesl: Davis, beacons and ... _... _._
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many and varied.'KOOI!deeds! and Fleet FjnancenterSWIM
::1 service performed l IIy )both '"
the The two ti, mr n wuiiiui "', siurfc. n rjwi ivi4t 1",4 wo
gentlemen over years. ..,..,., '
men have spent many years attending A Uvtutmt of llnut .1(itwiitWf
11 to the upkeep of the church and nlfcr Viiiicfl; seivm-s, sin' "li as "ll'mii-.it'ttin-i "l.'inn'n,,

11I I ? T'j They taking made care of sure its the growing church needs.was sour l.r<;iiis, 1'loai"g" >i\\ VJoiljV't'1'HH'I; .' ;'''// iinrj !;'.<.d)

'I I ia warm in the winter and cool in the Aulrherbila. l )' ,lllillK, I III'.
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tl Father's day wan! Hit ocfosioii for this cclrbnilixii, of Church Hoard' iiicinlx-rs show below intluilr (From ORlAN WELLS.
,, the elders at Greater Hrtlilflicm Free Will Itaptist left to right/ on the front' I'OWuh") / Sihlcy (also age/
Church in Slarko.Shimn Mil), Kd: Stmir and I'astor Krni-sl: Davis.
,!I, (above right receiving; a gift from Church In the rear from Ml to right: Itaynionil lilyi- and
I t'liairinan of the Board Raymond lilyo (at left) is James I'rince. Not shown: 1..('. McCutcheon and A.C.
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Social SecurityFrom Equipped

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money is available for other benefits PEST $8995
OPEN
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i If you are now getting Social 9 am 6 pm oNTROI 964-5745
Plus tag tax and titleyPAYMENTS
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Security or supplemental security
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income ((581)) checks and want direct
deposit, ask at your financial in-
sititution for Form SF-1199.

Even if you have direct deposit, 539 E. Call Street Starke, FL OF
you still must notify Social Security
promptly if change ad-
you your
dress. This is because important $
1/2 Price 1 8623
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from time to time. Based on Trade Worth 1000.
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USDA Commodity ROOM FOGGER 9.90/0 60 month GMAC Financing

Distribution Dates I r.
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Suwannee River Economic Council Reg.$9.29Subject 465
Inc., announces the distributionof r to sell out .
USDA commodities. BUY OF THE WEEK
Commodities must be picked up
only at the sites designated on the !
r card.You must present your current AZALEA
\, card to receive commodities. You or
,a either pick of two up the designated commodities.alternatesmay 1 Gal.' Pot 1986 NOVA 4 DOOR SEDANFully

Certification, Recertification ors Reg. 2.89 1y
mt, Replacement of a lost card will be The lawn equipped
done at the Outreach Center. None 10M688Or$188ea.1 $
will be Issued, however, during Grass For Based on trade worth $1,000. 8 2 5 0

distribution.will be(Exception recertificed: outlyingareas during The Shorter,; 9.90/0 60 month GMAC Financing

distribution due to distance involv Manicured ; .
,. ed.) Peach/Pear Look.
Special Note: Special days are set 95 of $170 month
aside for the exclusive distributionsto TRAY OF 32 Plugs Payments per
the elderly and handicapped. If $4.88
you have trouble standing, please
bring a folding lawn chair so you can Lawn Insect Problems
r4iv
be more comfortable. useifiANR.inlorc.d
USDA's Emergency Food for Stringlh and Fit- --- 1986 CalaisOldsmobile
Assistance program is available to Ibflly.eianCoupllner Higo BrandDURSOAH
all eligible recipients regardless of [MfD UlOMKB( M.r Quality) ... SpnAY
race, color, national origin, age, sex 9W .gh" Apply at the rat*of.1'/t or par
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or handicap. 50'F8j.7.59..S 1,000 sq.n I or rei.seelabel.:

'' follows Distribution sites and dates are as [ 0'Reg. 10.29 .....Sal 7"FAI 0 Reg.18 Os.10.99.bottle.,...,.....'...-'S888 4 Door Sedan
: LAWTEYWEDNESDAY | lift NOuf|( e.itQuolltv) _.. 33o ollle '$ f JC80H. Air, Auto, Tilt
June 18, Lawtey n" 5C'Ra|11.29. ............. < Reg.te.es.-, %J 1
Recreation Center (MiddleburgRd /"s10'Reg.15.39............. 12" and more.
), 10 a.m.-2:30: p.m. So/ker-00'R.g.10.73......... 7"
Old RJE
THURSDAY, June 19, IIiGIIVIIEEL $9999
School Building, 10:30: am.4 p.m

FRIDAY Building,9:00 June: a.m.-l:30 20, Old: RJE p.m. School MOWERSThey Based on Trade worth 1000.

HAMPTON Roll Easier 9.90/0 60 month GMAC Financing Plus tax, tag & title ;
TUESDAY, June 24, Hampton City Jr

Hall, 10a.m.-2:30p.m.SPEEDVILLEWEDNESDAY: e Easy To Operate PAYMENTS OF $21060 per month
June 25, Pleasant S Cut Like A CharmIn
Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.-1:30: tough or tender grass MiffliiiiBiiiiMffliiBiiiiiBaBBB mrriiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiBfii'iMaai' aaaggBi

p.m. BROOKER k. Last For Years
WEDNESDAY, June 25, Brooker CI- & Because of simple, heavy WEEK
ty Hall, I0a.m.-l:30p.m.: duty construction. USED CAR OF THE
Please bring a box or bag to put

your commodities in. KO KGKEY: DOWN 1985

VFW bingoset ;( To Qualified Buyers Mustang PS PB Air $ 7 795
each ThursdayThe 4 Speed, 4 Cyl, ,

Veteran's of Foreign Wars 8.653 Miles. Cruise Wire Wheels
Post 10082 and Ladies Auxiliary of t2odel 418-S 4 HP. 21" cut 800

Lake Butler,hosts bingo games at each the ,, 1&"rearwheels Reg. 469.99..... SaleModal416SPS4H.P.21"cut 3B99g amenik
Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
post home off SR-231 in Lake Butler. ORIAN WELLS'LAKE
118"| X400
r. whaeliitlfpropalledRf. h
CPR and 1st Aide 889.89.........................""......... Salt "g995 amonth
classes offeredLake I GHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE

City Community College is Modal 624-S 5 HP. 24" cut w 2800

offering diopulmonary classes resuscitation in CPR ) (car-and 20" r. wh.el..Rel' 639.99 ........ Sale 5395. amenrh _r----L Highway 301 North Slarko, Florida LJ

first aide to you or your organizationin _7
Union County for a nominal fee of Model524-SP-S8H.P.24"cut 7 Number One on U.S. 301 Starka. Florida I
p.31
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$1 per person. For further informa 20" r. fthaels" Self prop Reg. 839.99 729 34a11 Telephone 964-7500 Galnetvllla 372-0103. Jacksonville 4 PM 354-0929
lion! please contact Jim Morris at .m.nth OPEN Monday-Friday till I PM Saturday till
Lake Community College. Call
I t 752-1822 City, extension 361. We Take Trade-Ins "We Service What We Sell"
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