Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01761
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01761
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first quarter moon, Thursday, June 4. ct..If'M' .._... ..............,- .' The Sweetest Str, ?*. les This Sid pf Heaven
Rainfall:: the 30-year average for April is 3.23 inches,May 3.37 inches N_. .rIots........... I'" Year STARKE.FLORIDA Z5 Cents Copy
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Fireman's B-B-Q... ..... i a

A chicken Bar-B-Que dinner is I"1 r ,/r//I dt' 8

set Saturday, June 6, at the city Friday p.m.
park in Hampton, sponsored by the ,
Hampton Volunteer Fire Dept.
Serving of dinners to begin at a
6:30 p.m. Price: $3.

BIIS Report Cards...
At Bradford Hi
Report cards will be ready next '

Thursday, June 11, at Bradford o i (rr .J ;;':
High School. t "
The report cards must be pickedup r Graduation ceremonies for some Thomas Massey, Jr., Audreja\: \\ '-. ,' '-

by parents or the student, or 200 Bradford High students is set atE Pierce, Maxine Ann StarhnjgJ t- -
they will be mailed a self- ro,'q. rr p,m. this Friday June 5, at the Tor- chel Stephen Starling. Nathan Eric
addressed envelope is supplied. nado football stadium. Starling, Ruth L. Underwood, Anna
Guest speaker for the 1987 gradua- Marie Ward, and Gregory Fleming
Rec Registration... tion is Mike Reynolds 1986 teacner- Wiggins.

Summer registration for the of-the-year and the Christa Senior class member Stephanie
Pratt Street Center is set June 11.12 r u McAuliffe Ambassador for Educa- Sams will give the opening prayer.
from 95. t 4 .A t 0 I I'h tion for the National Aeronautics 4 Senior Class President Deena Cox
For more information see articleon ..9ti Space Administration. will make introductory remarks. Dr
Page 8A.Starshine. f l Albert J.Bother BHS principal,will
perform introductions.
Pageant... Salutatorian Tammy Thomason
will deliver the welcoming address.
Don't forget to register this week Valedictorian Sherri Harrell will
for the Florida Cinderilla Starshine give the farewell address.
Pageant set Sunday, June 14, at w t y"YaM1 / Supt. of Schools Jim Duncan will

Starke Ele. I ,, present diplomas. Dr. Rother, the
Door registration begins at noon. principal, will present the seniors.
Pageant at 1 p.m. __ Each graduating senior will walk in-
dividually across a stage, receive a
BIIS Summer School...
token diploma, and have the tassel

Summer school starts June 15 iie6'v _.__ 1
and goes through July 20. Approx- Ij
imate lime is from 8'15: a.m. to 230p : ,r/
.m. with 30 minutes off for lunch. Y l 1.
No lunches will be served in the f llIS'f DRYi

school cafeteria. Students may go
off campus for lunch or may bring
their lunch. There is no bus ser .

offered, for credit or : .

make up, in English, math,
science, social studies, PE, and /a a \
credit in driver's education. An Y'i' G,. .
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enrollment of 20 students is "
necessary for a class to be held. A Comfortable Fit for Jennifer Wheeler..!? Sherri HarrellIMT

Senior Banquet... Graduation night will be both a glad time and a sad Whaler eI Stark. tries on her cap and gown above. Valedictorian
time for 1987 Bradford High .enlor Jennifer"M lUnkiag abo.t attending the fcFCC Slarke Twenty-four members of the 1987

.>?The Class! of 1987 and their ,...JlMmirerVVh! ler..4a HtU...ae6.liSr4and ILwyF owdr-r 'yY_ ,,, .JMelw. ". -.y.an ;tsemorclas*. .will graduate .with i
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- :-: :parents or .rfrieiidsh'all.family ::; :: honors.
will by honored at a 7 p.m. Valedictorian is Sherri Christine
tonight (Thursday, June 4)) at a Harrell. the daughter of Mr. and ;
banquet in the National Guard Armory Seniors Receive Scholarships AwardsBy Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker, "
on Edwards Road in Starke, who compiled a perfect 4.0 grade -
sponsored by the BHS Alumni point average over her four years of
Association. The students who received Boardof were awarded to: Tasher Allen, high school while taking advanced Tammy Thomason
Tickets $6 each, are on sale at Mark! FriedlinBCT Trustee Scholarships include: Margo Felton.Learantine Jefferson, academic courses. 1987 Salutatorian

Hodges Paint Center and Mitchell'sDrug Staff WriterA Sherri Harrell. Tammy Thomason. Angela Montgomery. Stephanie Salutatorian is Tammy Loriane on his or her cap turned. The seniors
Store. Featured speaker: big crowd of students and Phillip Moore Sams and Kimberly Smith. of Mr. and
Melissa Miller. Thomason. daughter must go by the BHS office and turn
Sam Kouvaris, WJXT Channel 4 parents attended the annual awards Shuford. Pamela The Starke Rotary Club Scholarships of Brooker
Deena Cox, Stacey Mrs. Richard Thomason their caps and gowns in, and clear
sports director. The Alumni ceremony for graduating seniors the Willingham Shaun Schmidt at SFCC ($600 per year for tuition who compiled a 3.9 grade point all accounts before receiving
Association hopes to make the banquet of May 19 in Bradford High Sean Smith up
night Kimberly Gowens. Audry Pierce. and books) went to average at BHS, concentrating on their real diplomas.
an annual event. School auditorium.The Anna Ward, Norma Reed Cane and Lisa Blalock. business courses. Justin Williams, class vice-
top 10 percent, or 21 students, Maxine Starling Gregory The Starke Rotary Club
Foster, Melissa Annette Miller, daughterof president, will give the closing
of the 200-member 1987 graduatingclass Wiggins Celeste Holder Carl Anonymous Donor Scholarships at Mr. and Mrs. James Miller of
On Snake Bites... received Santa Fe Board of Mitchel SFCC for for tuition with prayer.
Massey. Nathan Starling. $750 one year Hampton, is graduating Ushers and usherettes, membersof
Maynard H. Cox, authority on Trustees scholarships for full tuition Starling, Ruth Underwood Charles and books) were awarded to distinguished honors after compilinga the junior class, for graduationare
snake bite treatments, is slated to and books, plus this year another 21 Coburn and Bradford Green. Suzanne Dyal and Shilynn Chaff. 3.75 grade point average. Mike Barber Cody Barnhill,
three-hour presentation at 7 students received various scholar- Five are graduating with high Jason Brown, Jennifer Brown, Jody
to SFCC. Some 10 students The Beck Scholarship ($600 per National Honor Society
p.m. June 27, a Saturday, in the have received scholarships to other school year for tuition and books) were received by: Slulynn honors with grade point averages Brown, Alison Ivey, Rick Kimutis,
auditorium of the Agriculture from 3.5 to 3.74999.. They are DeenaL. Stephanie Kopelousos, Stephanie
Deena Cox.
Charles Coburn.
and universities. Plus, was awarded to Robert Starling. Chaff.
colleges Richard Moore,
Building on US-301 north in Starke. The Andrews Scholarships wentto Cane Foster Barbara Green, Brad Cox Phillip O'Steen, Nichole Palm, Robert
various scholarshipswere
Due to a conflict, Cox's appearance : Kristin Alday, Vicki Crockrell Green. Sherri Harrell Michelle Shaun Eric Schmidt Stacey Lynn Thorpe, Joy Vellenga, and Pam
has been delayed from Shuford. Pamela Lynn Willingham. Zurfluh.
Barbara Green. Johnny Jackson. Holder. Carl Massey Melissa
awards went to
American Legion
June 20 to June 27. There are 17 honors students,with The class flower is the Red Rose.
and Moore. Donna Langley Melissa Mangos Miller Ricky Moore. Audry Pierce.
Stacey Shuford Phillip 3.0 "
The public is invited to the program Deborah Ann Parrish. Cynthia Shaun Schmidt Stacey Shuford.Ann grade point averages between The class song is "Word Up. Class
Santa Fe Community College
organized by Ms. Heidi MizeIt and 3.4999. They are Stephen Emmett colors are scarlet and gray.
Board of Trustee Scholarships for Taylor Maria Thomas. Brian Starling. Eric Starling. Mitch Starling Blalock.
will be a pot-luck supper. $1 per full tuition and books,are given each Whitehead, David Williams and Tammy Thomason. Ruth Abridge, Lisa Charles Gayle Malcolm Motto of the Class of 1987 is:
person will be charged to cover year to students in the top ten per- Justin Williams. Underwood. Greg Wiggins and Pam Shilynn Carie Chaff Foster, Kimberly "Take all the time you spend
Cox's fee of $50 plus travel. The cent academically of each The Guy Andrews Minority Willingham.See Coburn. Gowens Lynn Barbara M. wishing for tomorrow, and spend it
includes slide Michele
program a two-hour graduating class since the openingof Scholarships at SFCC ($600 per Carl making today come true."
Awards..p M. ,
Senior Celeste
presentation, broken into several the new campus in Starke. school year for tuition and books) ( %i > Green.
parts; a talk, and a question and

answer Center Florida Cox is in period.Snake the Orange founder Bite Park.Treatment of the North Qty-Wide Power Failure Briefly doses 2 Banks, Winn-Dixie I

the computers which overheated, Power and Light breakers opened,
electric load immediately. to discuss liability for the power off The city was importing -
the cutting power.
up who
Buster Rahn and shut down. Employees
Summer Jobs... by and attendant cost of getting
WriterA However, according to Grant the outage usually work until 8 p.m.,went horn eight megawatts of power at
Applications for JTPA/Summer cut communications cable caused power went on and off several timeS, the WimvDixie equipment back at 6:30, and returned early Wednes- the time. When the breakers opened,
and returned with a surge,knockingout on JIDe the total load transferred to the
Youth Employment Program are a 12-minute power outage over day morning to get their work out.
available at the local Job Service the entire City of Starke early Tues- the processor which controls the The Community State Bank also Starke power plant. The sudden load
Office at the Bradford-Union Vo- day afternoon, June 2. bank of cash registers. When the Banks Affected... closes its doors when electricitygoes increase caused protective devicesto
Tech Center. primary processor went down, the off.Other. trip off, protecting equipment in
must be economically There were reports of low voltage secondary unit took over but it too The two commercial banks in the power plant.
disadvantaged Applicants 14 through 21 yearsof between 4:30: and 6 p.m., but it could went down,and the store was forced town were affected by the outage. Losses...

age and a Bradford County resi- not be determined that this situation to close its doors at 6:30 p.m. Florida Head Teuer Bank Vorease said when Jones the current at the Gator Freightways, whose freight Weldon says the breaker was closed

dent. For more information, call caused any problems.A NCR (National Cash Register) goes off, they close the front doors billings and other transactions are at 1:02: p.m., with full power
the Job Service Office, Monday. communications cable, running personnel were called in, and remained immediately. The computers do not on computer lost two and a half restored.
Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., 9648092. between the power plant and a sub- in the store,working on the lose their totals but transactions being hours working time for each of 8
station on Redgrave Street, was cut and cash registers until entered are lost and have to be employees, while the computerswere Compounding the local problem, a
Free Meals... by a contractor Tuesday June 2, at processors 4:30 Wednesday morning. re-entered. There was no damage to down and were in process of vehicle struck a guy wire on a power
: a.m.
12:50: p.m. Electricity was off about the equipment and the bank was being brought back up.There was no pole on Edwards Road about the
Senior Citizens- and over: 12 minutes, according to Bill Winn-Dixie brought several staff back line to all Florida National damage to the equipment. same time as the cable was cut,
Free meals. Suwannee River Weldon, city electric system direc members in at 5 a.m. Wednesday to Banks in the state within minutes. Word processors in The Telegraph causing a feeder in that area to trip
Economic Council, Inc. 134 South tor. get the store open at its regular lost everything that had not been out. The vehicle left the scene, but
St., Starke, serves a nutritionally time. 8 a.m. "They Just made it," Community State Bank bad problems committed to the disk requiring Its tag number was recorded, and
balanced meal, Monday-Friday, except Winn-Dixie Closes... said Grant also, said President Jerome copy to be re-written by the turned over to law enforcement of-
holidays. The power outage, a nuisance to Grant said "There was no In- Johns. Aside from similar computershut reporters and ad-writers. ficials, according to Weldon.
most people wreaked havoc with convenience to Winn-Dixie. The inconvenience downs, the bank's air conditioner -
the Winn-Dixie grocery store. was to the customers of quit running, and failed to What Really Happened... After working until 2 a.m. Wednes-
Upcoming... Area Supervisor James Grant said the store who needed the groceries come back on. when the current in Weldon said when the communication day morning, Weldon said, "All in
of the Bradford the store has a back-up generator, and other items we sell. came back on. The temperature critical to cable was cut the Florida all, it just wasn't my day."
Next meeting and it functioned perfectly, picking Neither Grant nor Weldon wished the bank reacbed a point
school board is set at 4 p.m. Mon-

day, June 8, to discuss a new

salary instructional number schedule of employees district for non-office, discussthe administrators Request to Qose Section of Epperson St. Postponed for Now I

needed. A 7 p.m.

special board meeting is set to act Ink brought the council up to date with and CDBG Phase II. the bricks in the building are no
Buster Rahn large culvert before vehicular of the being manufactured and
on several matters. by information but required no John Miller. chairman
council is fic can be accommodated,said councilman pant be worth a considerable
The Brooker city BCT Staff WriterA action by them at this time. Downtown Progress Committee, may
scheduled to meet in regular session request to close a section of Ep Travis Woods. Ms,Day said Starke remains no. said there areno provisions for sir amount.
at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 9, person Street in West Starke by Mrs. Only one property owner will be 15 on the community development ing the old Rosenberg building,
in city hall. Delano (Karen) Thomas was taken affected, said Mrs. Thomas and be block put CDBG) for the northwest which is being purchased with grant City Election...
The Hampton city council is set under advisement Tuesday night, lives in Micanopy., and be alreadyhas quadrant of the city,and maybe funds. The site is to be used for a City Clerk Neil Tucker certifiedthe
to meet in regular session at 7 p.m. June 2, by the Starke commission.Mrs. access to his property via Francis bumped from the list if any of parking lot.Councihnan. upcoming city election by stating
Tuesday, June 9, In city hall. Thomas, who owns property Street. several appeals are suceessfuL Ms. Charles Schaefer said that terms of four Incumbents will
The regular meeting of the adjacent to Epperson St. in west The council discussed the request Day will attempt to get four points there is $83,000 in the budget,which expire,and aspiring candidates may
Bradford school board is set at 7 Starke, requested the section of Ep briefly, then told Ms. Thomas the restored. Improving SUrke's position will leave $23,000 for demolition. qualify between Monday noon, July
p.m. Monday, June 13, in the Administration person St. lying between Cypress matter will be taken underadvise- at the appeal session, June 11. after paying $60,000 for the building 20, and Friday noon, July 24.
Building on N. Temple and Francis Streets be closed. ment,and be re-considered at a later The final appeal will be heard on and lot. Schaefer suggested some
Ave. in Starke. That section is not currently being date pending further. Information. June 12,with the final decision to be parts of the building principally the Terms of Group 2 commissioner
The third Tuesday meeting of used as a street, since a large announced by the end of the month. icks and reinforcement aecessories. Charles Schaefer and Group 4 commissioner
the Starke council is set at 7:30: drainage ditch crosses the right of Grants Update... Public bearings will be held June may have some value on Vernon Silcox will terminate
p.m. Tuesday, June 16, in city hall way near Francis Street, and will Linda Day grants coordinator. 1* relating to the Industrial Park, the antique market. Schaefer said at the end, of September.
on Thompson.Street. require the installation of a bridge or .,

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH June t, 1987

i y..i New Manager Named

For Starke Winn-Dixie

by Joe GissyBCT than the present" 'dne, states Johnson
and "we feel the new store will
Staff WriterAt much better accommodate the
33 Danny Johnson has been appointed
fL customers here. We realize the
of the Winn-Dme
tit manager of the store has
o ,, and later small size present
store in Bradford Square,
been an inconvenience to you, as
this month will move into the new "
facility on Madison Street as well as management.: .
;f manager of The Market Place, one An opening date for the new storeon
..- r JA of W-D's biggest retail centers. Madison Street is not set yet but
w.. .i s. as rats Johnson comes to Starke from the target is mid-June District
Gainesville, where he has been a Supervisor James Grant has stated.
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1f store manager for some six years t s
and an assistant manager for about '.--
six years before that. lie has workedfor

Winn-Dixie for 16 years, startingout
& ,.' as a bag-boy in his high school
years. At one point in his career,
Johnson left Wmn.Dixie to explore
possibilities In the west, but soon
returned to Gainesville, and his old
employer, to resume his career at
Danny is a native of Gainesvilleand I
has managed three stores there
his here. He has
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Straight A Students... also worked in stores in High Spr-
and Chiefland in the produce
These second and third graders from Starke Elementary made straight Sarika Patel Amanda Welch Shannon Wood and Drew Wainwright. ings ,
and in Starke for
I A's on their report cards for the fourth six-week grading period.On In the rear: Hasheeta Chandler Naklsha Williams. Missy Hammond few department months,several was also a
the front row from left to right: Michelle O'Steen, Jason Thompson Renee demons, Kesha Wilkes, Lakeisha Austin, Tonya Bates Craig in the years ago
James llankerson Rhlannon Bott, Angela Milliard. Carrie Crawford Starling Angela Griffis and Christl Mines. Johnson produce says department.he feels very

.....,.. '" c. "'.r ,.. T." ..'''''' _. ., -,-- -- .- _. welcome in Starke. The employeesand
customers have been very V
'friendly,and he is looking forward to
his associations here. His home is
r now on the NE side of Gainesville, a
e 4j convenient location to commute to
Starke, so he does not plan to move *

here right away.
r : At home, Danny has two children
a boy aged 14, and a girl 6. The _
children are a consideration in his
decision not to move immediately Danny Johnson
The new store will be much larger :New: Winn-Dixie Manager

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Starke Elementary Smarties...

These first grade students at Starke Elementary School made straight Rashanda Mines and Adrienne Padgett.In .
I A's on their report cards for the fourth six week grading period. the rear: Emily Wheeler. Kelli Williams. Vanessa Norman. Chris
Pictured above on the front row from left to right: Vlckl DeSue Chris Kenny, Andi Brown Casey Moore Carrie Thompson, Sekena Bell Renee Dinner
Cox.James Smith Matt Pusateri, Stacl Eaton.Dlptl Patel Brand Jones Morgan and Crystal Melvin.

Fresh tole slaw Natural-cut

I french fries

Senior Awards. Two hush ,-
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(from page IA) Shuford Anna Ward and Shaun student who exhibits leadership Wittiest: Gene Powell and Cindy I
Greg Wiggins received a special Schmidt. potential and school and community Taylor. j
award for class leadership.Departmental The"Dreamer and Do'ers" award involvement. The winner attends a Friendliest: David Hamilton and
comes from Walt Disney World, leadership seminar in Tallahassee. Pam Willingham.Best .
Awards... where it is described as an award fora Other scholarships attained by All Around: Billy Harrell and .
BHS departmental awards are Im- student who is "academically suc- BHS seniors of note include Vicky Crockrell. ; .J AY.Mq
portant to students and faculty cessful and who shows curiosity, Tammy Lynn a member of the Best Personality: Don Thompsonand
members because they signify confidence, courage and constancy girl's softball team, a full scholar- Doena Cox
special achievement in particular traits of Walt Disney himself. ship to Troy University.Ron Most Talented: Paul Bawek and
academic areas of study and are That award went to Shaun Brown, a full football scholar- Donna Langley.
gained through high honors or Schmidt who attended a special ship to the University of Southern Most Talkative: Gordon Ivey and "
special service in those depart- awards ceremony at Walt Disney Mississippi.Kim Kelley Jackson
ments. World earlier this year. Gowens received a $500 band ,. .
plus expenses to Florida and .. ," Cocktail sauce
Art Department certificates were scholarship Most Bashful: Chris Farmer Ten delicious
awarded to Stacey Shuford, Matt P.R.J.D.E. awards are a programto Junior College. Tammy Thomason.Best handbreadedfried
Bryant and Tommy Williams. recognize initiative and distinction Patrick Diggs received at; full Dressed: Justin; Williams and
Band Department awards went to in education. The program is basketball scholarship to Eckerd Barbara Mosley. shrimp $3.69
Carle Foster, Donna Langley and sponsored by the State Departmentof College. Most Athletic: Robert Starlingand
Kevin Cogdill. Education in Florida and can be Sherri Harrell received a' full Anne Starling. WEDNESDAYAllYouCanEat
Chorus awards went to Kevin achieved In writing mathematics Presidential scholarship to Stetson Coolest: Corey Roberts and SUNDAY &
Cogdill, Patrick Diggs, Terry science and social studies. University and a Florida Academic Latonya Jenkins.
Roberts, Kim Sapp, Shaun Schmidt, Certificates In math went to Sherri Scholarship of $1,500 for four years.
Michelle Watkins and Pam Will- Harrell and Shaun Schmidt as did Eric lane received a $1,000 Carr Most Individual: Eric Lane and
ingham.An certificates in science; Sherri Har- academic scholarship to Angelo Michelle Faulk. Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99Dining
award in Computer Educationwent rell also won a certificate in Social State University. Cutest: Michael Gray and Shilynn Room Service Only
to Eric Lane. Studies. Chaff.
Drama Department awards went Certificates in writing were Shaun Schmidt received the Most Intellectual: Shaun Schmidt
to Ruth Underwood Johnny Clark awarded to Deena Cox, Sherri Har Carlton Scholarship for compiling a and Lisa Blalock. MONDAY & TUESDAY
and Brooke Williams. rell, William Harrell, Carl Masseyand GPA of 3.5 and an SAT score of over
English Department awards were Stacey Shuford. 1200, plus a Florida tuition voucherof
divided into three sections: The Bradford County Chamber of $750 per semester and a band STARKE TVvo-Piece Fish Dinner $2.39Captain
The "Outstanding" performance Commerce's "Student of the Year" scholarship of $250 to Florida
awards went to Sherri Harrell and award was presented to Charles Southern. Schmidt also received the CHURCH OF GOD

Tammy Thomason. Coburn. Florida Undergraduate scholars 422 N. St. Clair 964-3445
Awards of Merit went to Phillip Priscilla Welch won an award for certificate.
Moore, Debbie Parnsh Kim Smith, Public Speaking from the Future Greg Wiggins was selected as the Waller F. Montz PastorWe
Greg Wiggins and Hal Woods. Business Leaders of America for BHS student to compete for the ITT. Invite you to worship with ui. 6 D's
Certificates were awarded to first place in the district during Rayomer scholarship in district attended Nursery

Deena Cox, Stacey Shuford Carrie regional National competition Merit Scholarship competition and received a $50 savings Sunday School .... .. ...... 10 am
Foster and Pam Willingham. letters of commendation program for bond. Morning worship ._. ..,.. 11 am A great little seafood place.
Awards in Special Education wentto recognition of outstanding academic The following is a list of Senior Craning Service' .. .......... 8 pm I
Bobbie Jackson Darrell Rich Superlatives as voted by membersof
awarded to Sean Wednesday Youth . 7M pin
and Bobby Willingham. promise the Class of 1987:
JROTC awards were received by Smith and Sherri Harrell. Most Dependable: Stephen -
Rita Geddes, Coltrane Felton and Golden '"B" awards went to Lisa Akridge and Stacey Shuford. !
Terry Roberts. Blalock. Ronald Brown Charles Most Flirtatious: Brian
Latin Department awards went to Coburn, Deena Cox, Michael Davie Whitehead and Maria Thomas. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE1st
Leanna Barfield and Sean Smith. Patrick Diggs Cane Foster Bar Wildest: Matt Bryant and
The Library Departmental award bara Green Brad Green, William Priscilla Welch.Teacher's .
was received by Michael Davie. Harrell Sherri Harrell Tammy Pet: Brad Green and PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEThe
Math Department awards went to Lynn Phillip Moore Audry Pierce Yolanda Walker.
the following students: Deena Cox Stephanie Sami.Stacey Shuford and Most School Spirit: Greg Wiggins
Sherri Harrell Melissa Miller, Pamela Willingham. and Sheila Shannon. .
Shaun Schmidt and Tammy Most Likely to Succeed: Chuck

Thomason. Other Awards Coburn and Sherri Harrell. City of Stark, Florida, Is considering applying to the Florida Deportment of Community Affairs (DCA) for two SmallCllIe.
awards were Robert and Jonathan
Music Department Thorpe Development Block Grants (CDBG) of up to $$373,000 each. One of these applications will be In the
received by Melissa Miller Shaun Rowe were announced as high FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Community
of commercial revitalization;the other will be In the category of economic development. These funds must be used
Schmidt Michelle Watkins Greg scorers in the National Merit Hwy 16 A Weldon St. Stork category
Wiggins, Lisa Blalock and Michelle Scholarship Program and will find for one of the following purpose r
Holder. out next Fall if they will continue In Sunday a.m. 1. To benefit low and moderate Income" persons; or
Office Services certificates wentto competition for a semi-finalist or Morning Worship 11 p.m. 2. To aid In the prevention or iminolion of slums or blighted areas;or
Sherri Harrell and Ann Starling. finalist spot in the statewide stan- Evening Worship 6 p.m. 3. To meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because existing, conditions pose a serious or
Departmental awards in Physical dings. w.... Mld-Week Service 7:30 p.m. Immediate threat the health or welfare of the community and where other financial resources are not available to meet
Education went to Robert Starlingand Thorpe ,and Mike Elder were
Sherry Ross. presented with the "1 Dare' You" Staff Nursery Available such needs. funds be used are In the areas of economic development or commercial
for which these
of may
Science Department awards were Leadership award in recognition of Rn. Stephen R. Pippin Pastor The category activities
direct assistance to business (for land acquisition, building
/. received by Sherri Harrell and "excellent character.. and leader- 964-6971 revitalization and Include such ph..lcallmprovement activities as
\\--.0; ;,. Shaun Schmidt. -ship potential"and will attend a two- construction or renovation, capital' equipment, etc.), clearance water' and sewer Improvements, street Improvements,
I The Bausch and Lomb award was week National Leadership Con drainage, and neighborhood facilities.: Additional Information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will

presented to Robert Thorpe. ference of the American Youth TM nurnaCSWTY be provided at the public hearing.For .
Social Studies certificates went to Foundation. rantutfi each activity that Is proposed at least 51*4 of the funds must benefollow and moderate' Income persons

Sherri Harrell and Carl) Massey. The American Legion Girls and Published In developing an application submission, to DCA, the City of Starke Florida, must plan to minimize displacement of persons I
There were many other special Boys State awards were presentedto every Thursdayat as a result of planned CDBO activities. In addition the City of Slarke' Florida Is required to develop a' plan to assist. I
awards received by the seniors and Sondra Green. Jason Brown and 13S W. Call Street
presented by BIN Principal Albert Brown. They will attend a Starker Florida! 32091 displaced person' i
Rother. Jody The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's commercial needs will be held at the City Hall on "

The Special School Merit award week-long learn program about in government.Tallahasseeto Second Class postage paid at July 2, 1987. at BOO: p.m. To obtain additional Information concerning the public hearing contact Undo Day or Julee Wise at I

was received by Norma Reed. Qualifications for the award were in- Starke Florida the Grant Office, located at 108{. Call Street Starke, Florida((904))9o4-8902. i
r -._ Presidential Fitness awards. terest leadership,character, bonee- Subscription Rates The public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's economic development needs will be held at the
$>'***, which require a minimum 3.3 GPA. : additional Information concerning ,the public hearing contact Undo Day or
all ty and community participation and In-trade areas $12.00 City Hall on July 7, 1987, at 7:30 p.m. To obtain
i a minimum score of 80 percent on service. per year Jul.Wise at the Grant Office located at 108 I. Call Street, Starke, Florida((904))964 8902
battery > six months
standardized achievement test $7.00 llchge04'W
and Itt least 12 credits in "NewBasics" Sophomore Holly Shields won the
Outside $13
went to Deena Cox, Sherri Hugh O'Srito Youth Foundationaward. areas per year

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Lawtey Having Trouble I

Collecting Water Billsby

Buster Hahn reported the need for a lawn mower,
neT Staff Writer and said he had received two bids. J
"We're having collecting Councilman Emmett Bright thinks .I4J
problems I r 1l : 7
water bills, and need council's the bids are too high, and agreed to
help," Lawtey councilwoman and attempt to find a mower at a lower _
water commissioner Laura Harris price.
laid Monday, June 1, during Councilman Willie Strong asked
-ouncil's regular meeting. Bennett about the town's policy on
Harris explained that the city has culverts. Bennett replied that the city
been accepting partial paymentsand will install culverts for residents
turning water back on, after who have purchased culverts
shutting water off for lack of pay meeting the town's regulations, thatis
ment, leaving past due amounts those having a diameter of 16 In.
which are difficult or impossible to ches, or more, and 20 feet long The
collect She asked for a town ordinance city will sell culverts to residents at
to provide for payment of all cost, currently $7.50 per foot. The city
past due amounts, in full, prior to will move culverts for residents, r Ice.
turning water on again. Councilman but will not be responsible for 4 tIF t 1,
I Kmmett Bright said the town has damage to the culvert, nor will the r
such an ordinance on the books city install a damaged culvert.
already, and it only needs to be en Starke Smarties...
forced. The council was unable to Bennett on Trees... These first and second grade student at Starke Elementary made Sekennla Bell, Nicholas Mixon, Chris Kinney Rhlannon Bott and West
determine the authority for accep-- In response to a question about straight A's on their report cards fur the fifth nix-week grading period. Milner.
ting partial payments. cutting a tree on city property, adja From left to right on the front row: Jeremiah! Hamilton. Matt Pusateri,
Rarry Watts, employed by the cent to the Wilkinson home, Bennett Andy Brown, Brand! Jones, Drew Walnwr;ht, Shannon Wood, Carrie In the rear: Angela Milliard, Naklsha Williams, Rasheeta Chandler,
Lawtey Water Department, was accompanied said, "I have gone out of the tree cut Thompson, Renae Morgan, KeishaItam.tnn. James Smith, Casey Michelle O'Steen Sarlka Patel. Amanda Welch, Heather Jarvis. Crystal
to the meeting by his ting business. The full council will Moore, Hhoshaunda Mines, Adrienne Padgei Travis Crew, Trey Ross Melvin SUcI Eaton, Kelll Williams, Chris Cox, Amy Jane Melvin, Lindsay -
wife, who complained that people have to approve the cutting of trees, and Emily Hartley. Woodfin, Shaun Burgln and Erin Hamilton.
whose water had been cut off, often from now on." In the middle: Vicki DrSue, James lldnkert, Ryan Faulkner, Bobbl Jo Pike, Cyrstal Scheyder, Jabreana Jackson, Kimberly Padgettand I
waiting until evenings to request Harris said she thought the tree :Michael Porchlarxo, Uiptl Patel, Vanessa Norman Emily Wheeler, Kim Pharls were absent. _
their water be turned back One should be cut "before falls the
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person recently banged on their doorat house." I iH
11 p.m., even though the water Bennett said there are several
had been cut off three days earlier. trees that should be cut at this time, Despite Red Ink Lawtey Funds Recreation Boardby
Mrs. Watts said she did not object to and the council agreed to get prices ,
people calling before 9 p.m., but felt for cutting trees and discuss the sub
that calling later is an imposition.The ject at a later meeting. Buster Rahn The council agreed May 4 to give September. ly, while Bennett and Councilwoman I:
council agreed. Bennett, who heads the Street BCT Staff Writer the recreation board $600 appropriated When the vote was called for, Laura Harris, voted "no." Mayor
Dept., had some 35 trees cut about a "We're still running in the red," but not spent by the Little Strong and Bright voted to give the Scott did not vote on the motion. i
No Head Sets... year ago, and received adverse was the response given by councilman League.. recreation board S2.400 Immediate- iI
Harris requested the purchase of criticism from some townspeople, Willie Strong, finance chair Although the town is spendingmore I
radio "head-sets," at a cost of$70, to resulting in his current policy. man for the Lawtey council, when than it takes in. Strong movedto '. '. :-:':. '.'
allow two persons to read water asked by Mayor Robert Scott for a give the recreation board $2,400 Florida Cinderella ...:r,..:.:...:..
meters, with one person reading the Fred Fox: Reports... report on the town's financial condi- immediately, and received a second Starshine .. i
meters, and calling the numbers to Ms. Susan Goodner, representingFred from councilman Emmett Bright, > ::; :.:.:. I
another person in the vehicle, recording Fox Enterprises, addressedthe tion.Despite the red ink, Strong asked who referred to the sum as "mat- Present I
the amounts. The system will council on its Community $2,400 for the recreation department ching funds." Baby & Beauty
expedite the job and be more accurate Development Block Grant activities.She and the council aooroved $1.200 Councilman Buster Bennett led
accoi'ding to Harris. asked for re-allocation of funds A report, prepared and distributed the opposition to the $2,400 requestby Pageant
Councilman Emmett Bright within the budget, saying the projectis by city clerk Queeme Robinson, indicated saying, "The residents have Sunday, June 14 BRADFORDPRE.SCHOOL
wanted to know why the meter requiring more demolitions and that receipts for the monthof displayed no interest in maintainingthe Starke Elementary ,
reader couldn't take a pad along rebuilding than rehabilitation, as May totaled $49,831 and facility. The windows have been
with him, and write the numbers at originally planned. disbursements were $20,813, replaced several times because of under the ownership and ,
the time the meter is read. Ms. Goodner reported the purchase creating an over-expenditure of $'181 vandalism, and the lack of concern Register now to win 2-foot management of Linda Bryant 1
Watts pointed out the headphoneswould of two mobile homes for for the month. I is evident." Bennett asked, "Where trophies, elegant tiaras: and and Debbie Morris are now
be useful while operating the relocation of residents while their Financial support for the recrea- ij the money in the budget?" boys crowns chance to represent taking applications for child I
back-hoe, but this suggestion received homes are being built or repaired, tion board surfaced later, when Mayor Scott asked, "If the vote is hometown at state
no sympathy from the council. have been re-bid. The low bidder, at Strong stated the Little League has 'aye,' where is the money coming your care. For more information, I
Harris' motion to purchase the $12,250 each, is Byrd's Mobile Home received $2,400 from the city in the from?" Scott suggested waiting until pageant. come by 407 West WashingtonStreet I
head-sets died for lack of a second. Sales, in San Mateo, Fla. past 3 years, but the recreation next year's budget is prepared, in or call 9644361. i
After the council meeting, Harris Ms Goodner requested approvalto board, which has been' inactive September, and include funding at Call 964-8452 or 964-7420 to- '
told The Telegraph that Watts had rehab the home of Walter Hender received_. nothing that time, saying, "It isn't long until dayl! I ,
borrowed a set of head phones last son, at a cost of $22,000. -- Il Pending HRS License
month, and utilized them in readingthe Ms. Goodner requested paymentsof l I I

mptl'rs. The meters were read in two monthly billings of $5.172 ___ _____ __ I
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about half the time it usually takes, each, saying this represent pay- II
and errors were reduced by 90 per- ment of 10 percent of the total con 'E P :aotINSTALL
rent tract, although 50 percent of the time f I Il
has elapsed Fred Fox Enterprises
.Applicants.... contract calls for 18 payments of ,. AIR CONDITIONING NOW BR

The council instructed clerkRohin..on $5,172 each. Let WARREN'SHeating
told Goodner the
to advertise for a water Mayor Scott Ms. '
had been because the ..
billing not paid '
treatment plant operator with aEHrserrO'elieensE.at'its
regular, requests.were. not ;signed by a Fox, & Air Conditioningservice
meeting in May. Three applicationswere .employee. Ms. Goodner said she for hot humid Florida
would prepare you ,
the future.
sign requests in
received, and reviewed Mon DE I IS
day night The three applicantswere The council concurred with all the Summers!
requests made by Ms. Goodner, and
Dale : G Smith, with a Class C passed a motion to implement them. We service all makes of t tAre I

license air conditioners and heaters /
Michael A. Dobbs, with Class C In Other Action.., 7
licenses in both water and wastewater In other action, the council: 964.7230 Days 964-4799 Evenings Some

Received a copy of a purchase j
Bobby G. Chastain, unlicensed. order, issued by G and G Construc- Of Our I
The council will meet to interviewthe tion Co., to Big John Fence Co., to Favorite
applicants and make a decision, construct a privacy fence, as Pinehurst Variety Store
at a date to be set later, in coopera- agreed, on the west and south sidesof People... "
tion with the applicants. the apartments. Last month, the
council instructed attorney Johnny

Streets Councilman Report.Buster.. Bennett have Hobbs not to been inquire erected.why the fences FABRICSHOP We know exactly what they want in a wedding gift.

We up-date the list of their preferences in china,

crystal flatware and giftware as gifts are purchased. -

NOTICEThe Visit us when shopping for a gift.

Bradford County Sheriff's Currently Registered with Chastains:

Office is Rochelle Heerman &Terry Carver Mary Strong& Raymond Brewington
accepting applicationsfor Betsy Bloodgood &Mark Mitchell Melissa Winkler& Steve Stringer
Amanda Wish & John Cooper
the position of Correctional SpocIahWeaver Stripe Fabric 1.49 c rd.

Officer beginning June 5 and Quilting 964.5587 T 9

ending June 30, 1987. Apply at Supplies Serving Bradford Buttons Patterns& lace& c
Pillow I Tops
Sheriff's Office Bradford Coun- Swim Suit County & Baby Lock Sergers Jewelry CS.Gift
& Machines
FabricOUTLAW surrounding area Sewing Gallery inc.
ty Courthouse. since 1972. Monday-Friday
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Dolph E. Reddish gg Hwy 100 South Starke PIP tM-7271 Saturday I
104 W. CM St StMto 9 a.m, to 2 p m. I
Across from Southslde Elementary)


..' :.:..... :.'. EXCEPTIONAL BRICK HOME Inabsolutely *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked
Give Qualityon ... :: lake, large swimming pool largelot
< Mrt r the best 'location 3 BR, 2
\ on paved street with sidewalk.
\ I'I'L; VERN' H. wL.} BA, over 1,600 sq. ft. living area, Brick home with over J.200: sq. ft.3
Father'sDay fj7 Broker :: double garage CH/A. 120' x300'lot BR, 2 BA large entertaining area.
t 1 "'ko>A... .....wu W..M.. m ilflfUht::}:>:: city water & lewer. 70500. Many other amenities
ThBekhXalt3NyrOgt MA NtlI .
j Wekaedr ,' REDUCED $5,000 FOR QUICK SALT *HISTORIC BEAUTY 2 story 3/2
'DswM t..noq..WSA,.. &*'.UU. RAifORD AREA Brick 3/2 on over 1 CH4A. Craftmanshlp unavailable today.
.' ,( *** : acre. This Immaculate home has over Absolutely must be Lake Butler
964-4522 .... *4.i.: 70by Rr.E : seen
MODEL 110 ,
3 C Watft ..c&ttosi. : 1,800 ft., CHSA. range, refrlg, *.IN THE BEST AREA On Bessent Rood'lovely

For a man who deserves the .... STARKC..... .. .Res. %4./9/l #ah: :.N- Dishwasher, above ground pool.. Too 3 bedroom, 3 bath, separate dinIng -
/ {: v. ? extras to mention. Only $65 000.
many room, double ,
best can't give a better L 4IR Year g.Opr.Mo&tktFd. : garage manyam.nltl.
you '" .s-tlt JlJI faxr Opel l3ick i* : .
SID. Paved
Plnesong ...
On 3 with 38
-year limited warrantyb7weedEaterrth : **)SD-, acres bearing
than Yard Pro ..... .M4-WJ .**. road through property. Own.r fin.
r" "jf Adjustable assist handle '-$31: ... w $:)0 1YI'o': -: ,. ........:.': _: ::_' ::::::_a::::. HISTORIC BEAUTY IN LAKE BUTLER 2 pecan*OWNER trees WANTS See to appreciate ACTION I 1.6 acres
.tlwlARhM4FrR. .t> ;..: craftsmanship
.. 3/2 CH/A
who made Powerful 22.2cc gas engineline : ; : .. story ON MAJOR HIGHWAY WITH 2 BR. IVi
people > ,..': YOUR FULL SERVICE REAL ESTATE OFFICE wtrt: : unavailable today. Must b. seen.
bath AC. PRICE REDUCED TO 13000.
trimmers > Tap-N-Go (r) automatic line advance ". :::';...J Appraisal for Residence Commercial Buitneai ;gNt>; ; ;/ *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1'A Ba.appro ,
:: : : bear. *S IR, 3 BATH on 2.7 acres. Stocked
ft., fenced 4
world famous. '" r r Precise balance makes it easy to use Ing pecan* 1400 trees sq.S39.000. .. pond Ig. wood deck I many.tro''..Only

Solid state ignition for quick starts +GOLFER *FOR RENT 2 bedroom, 1 bath. InStark. $71.900.
*THI HISTORICAL PRESENCE of r*FOR Country; Club .. *COUNTRY CLUB Building lots from
SALE PRICE this stalely 1889 home will Impress over IVi acres, 3/2. All brick 7 ACRES with home S barn on 223 6500. Some with owner financing.
$8999 in the box' you. Call for your private showing sunken living room, fireplacercell- near FSP. Has many potentials 11 ACRES dt On SR 16& Morgan Rd.
32000. Ing to floor windows-many extras. *REDUCED FROM$57,000 to Mt.MOl A Seller motivated
NOW assembled Price REDUCED DRASTICALLY Was with CH/A I *V A SPECIAL BUY 2 BR, 1 BA Central
DEER RUN 'Immoculale living In; This frame, 4/2 on acre.
$84.900 Now $79,900. HSA, on molar highway. Plenty ofstorage
2 CB InStark.
Cash priceVABft *LIMB W/OPTION story
32 ft. MH. Concrete pad. security lights In basement. Inovatlve finonc-
.. 4 II, 2V4\ BA.
stocked lake Ideal for retired. Only
*JUST OFF SOUTH :Ml Mobil. home *WIEKEND RETREAT 75 ft. on Hart ing. Priced to sell 26500.
SI5.500. 3 BR, 1 BA, on 1.4 acres. *COUNTRY LIVING In this almost new
lake w/3 BR MH. CH&A. Close to In-
rn. *IXCEPTIONAl 3 U. 1300 ft.
.81' over "
*HIGHWAY 3df FRONTACI1700 sq. t.rlnrF-n. $30.000. 3/2 CB home on 2 oc.. brick fireplace,
1M Close to Wlnn Dixie Only
new shopping.
BYNfEDEATXR 28000. ft. CB home an 1.7 acres. Paveddrlvewav. *WALDO Convenient for everything; skylight, and many extras. _
lavai.ab.ean. : *ON HWY. 301 Apartment complex, Only 1:19.900. 2/1. priced to sell. *COUNTRY LIVING 7 acres w/mh. I
Florida Pest Control full occuoancv. call for details. _, *2400 SQ.-FT.- Spanking- new" 10 ACRES'with doublewlde. Excellentcondition. Land cleared and In pasture. Only !

539 Lost Call Street HIGH DRY ,Klngsley Lake Village, 3 warehousel' 3 large overhead roll-up 32000. _
Starke 96oC-.7"5 BR. 2 BA doublewlde, over 1,600 sq. ft. doors. Prlnrf M sell I We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
Oo.locI by TI-ge OooItoft..Inc.So 1N Trion.GA 3.793 C"inn 7171396 CH&A. above ground pool, on a large lot *IMMACULATI IN STARK. CH A. We Have Lake
OVWnitwdaav.on..r'a" landscaped. 'Immaculate. 2 car carport 100 X 100 lot. $33.000.
en1 JNnoebMydewAnab.www Ia' beautifully
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Baseball and Horse Racing Were Favorite Sports

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Starke TigersThe Ball

town baseball team in early 1900s: 1st row from left; Jesse Newman,2nd
base; second and third not identified; "Little" Anderson, pitcher; Rodman
Jones, outfielder.
Standing ((1-r): Lacy Austin,outfield; N.Cassey, manager; Joe Andrews,3rd
Game Rained Out? base; Jerry Wills, catcher; Archibald Johns, outfield.

Umbrellas and buggy tops provided shelter from what looks like an impending storm at the old
ball park, as unknown batter hits what appears to be a possible home run. Starke has always been a sports-minded
town even in the days before football and -
basketball arrived to occupy the spotlight.

In the "old days" it was mostly sand-lot
baseball, horseracing, and an occasionalbout
etJiTORiA1SEducation of joustinga sport handed down
from medieval times when armored
knights, armed with lances, tried to knock
each other off their horses. Out at Brooker,
where the sport was popular many years

Funds May Be Cut ago lances.,they used long padded poles instead of

Baseball reigned supreme, however.
To Sweeten 'Rainy Day' Pot Lawtey had its town team, as did Starke,
and sometimes, just for a bit of comic
"fats" the "leans" at the S
relief, the played sr-i.*;
ball park on Thomas Street in East Starke, Tr 7 **% ** -l T..Jfr TJardor Z*** *'
Commissioner of Education Betty lose. She was apparently referring to with fans seated in a covered grand stand, %%
Castor says that Legislative budget the "closed" Sunday morning breakfast protected from fast balls by chicken wire 5JSfertT'
negotiators are trying to use lottery proceeds meeting of House and Senate leaders screen. **/? r-7-rf* .- *-> -. 3Ln. *

to replace the regular appropriations with Martinez at the Governor's man-
for Education rather than supple- sion. A promise to have all state Horse Racing Popular Off to The RacesThe

business transacted in "open meetings"was The Starke Racing & Athletic Associa-
formed in
Starke Racing&Athletic Association was 1896 to sponsor bone
should a campaign pledge by Martinez, tion was organized 89 years ago in races on a half-mile track in the northern part of town. Col. VJ. Shopman of
This come as no surprise to when "several
which he reneged on after two weeks in December 1898 prominent Lawtey was president of the Association and Edward Middleton "our progressive -
business men" of Starke and Lawtey
skeptics who felt all along that the
office. liveryman" was in charge of staging the events.
educational system would not receiveas organized and promoted a half mile racetrack
While professing to be interested in north of town.
much of the lottery money as voters "He informed us that horses from all dent of the Association and be will. do
had been led to believe by promoters "growth management" for Florida, According to a news story in the Florida parts of the State would be entered in the everything in his power to make the affair
seeking votes. Gov. Martinez has apparently lost sightor Advocate, an early newspaper publishedhere races, some of them being noted animals.A a grand success.
interest in the real needs of thestate's good band will also be in attendance at
at the time, the object of the group
"The business men of Starke should lenda
Senator Curtis Peterson of the"coalition"
one the track and will discourse music duringthe
caused and
"to number of interesting
system by an was give a hand and give the Association every encouragement
Democrats who with the races.
enrollment rate of exciting horse races"The
increase 60,000 for it is a well known fad
help of Republican members, now rule students annually. The Governor's posi- "The Association is working to secure that nothing will bring people to a town like
the Senate, says the reduction was"necessary" tion has been described as "terribly Advocate story said: "Mr. Edward cheap rates on two railroads coming into good horse races."
to build up the "rainydayreserve" disappointing" especially view of his Middletonpour progressive liveryman,has Starke, and it is safe to say that a large fff
charge of affairs and will leave nothing undone crowd of visitors on our streets will be the. "
to the $300 million level background as an educator. Thse were the days before TV and
result of their labor.
to give the people an interesting and but
demanded by Governor Bob Martinez. movies apparently there was no lack
exciting da j of sport. "Col.! V.J Shipman of Lawtey is presi- of "good clean entertainment"
Peterson said the Governor would veto Speaking of the Governor and the

(cut) $30 million from the education Legislative leadership, one school

budget if the Legislature decided to spokesman said "They took their lot- County

leave the reserve fund at$270 million in- tery money, put it in with their right Agent's Notebook -_ Bradf.rd Coa.tyAge t

stead of the Martinez goal of $300 hand and the left hand pulled out $30

million. (He really wanted $500 million for the working capital

million.) (reserve) fund." Spring weather stimulates new growthin Lawn through evaporation. To conserve both
Leaders in the DemocratcontrolledHouse With billions of dollars soon to be plants, including grass. And, as your moisture and money, it's usually brat to
propose that building up the pouring into State coffers from the lot- lawn's growth rate increases, so does its adjust watering frequency to sod's apply water in the early morning,when it
reserve fund be delayed until 1988 when need for water. Unfortunately, we do not specific capacity to hold moisture. To is more likely to soak into the soil, rather
the full impact of the lottery "take" and tery and the new service tax, it seems receive much rain at this time of year.And some degree the time between waterings than rising into the air as vapor
that present needs of the education even when heavy rains do come, such will depend on the season of the In
the new sales tax on services is felt, system should be taken care of before precipitation alone won't fully satisfy summer, grass may need watenng year. as Actually,proper lawn watering is a mat-
rather than cutting funds from the more money is stashed away in a grass needs. So you must provide sup- often as every three or four days, while in ter of good common sense. You don't want
education appropriation at this time. If plemental moisture. winter, it may need additional moisture your grass to die of thirst. and you don
fund should neededif
that not
reserve want to drown
it. So
at each
Governor Martinez had kept his cam- Our sandy soils don't hold water very only every two weeks. Too much water can application,
the Governor carries out his promisesof supply only enough moisture to
paign promise to cut $800 million intat" well which is a problem compounded by be as bad as too little. So, do not irrigate root zone without" wasteful wrt the entire -
and thefat" runoff
prudent spending "cutting : And.
from state government, he would rapid moisture evaporation during warm until signs of need appear Then water immediately do not water again until your 1a'O..1Imn
have had his $300 million for reserve weather. Thus, regular irrigation is essen- because delay could cause per- symptoms of need.
tial to the maintenance of an attractive manent damage to your grass.
funds (and more) without cutting the The Governor apparently is followingthe lawn, especially during spring and early
Watering frequency and volume are in-
for education.For
appropriation .
precedent set by a famous (though summer.
terrelated. You want to wet the entire root
a man who was once a teacher in fictitious) Spaniard, Don Quixote, who Three basic factors: watering frequency zone without saturating the soil. Light,frequent -
the school system, the needs of the preferred to joust with windmills rather volume, and time of application must waterings are inefficient. Too much
education department seem to have a than face realities. Now that he and the be carefully evaluated in developing an effective water is both harmful and wasteful and
surprisingly low priority with the Legislative leadership obtained the ser- landscape watering program. I'll constant saturation retards root growth. If
cover each of these critical considerations.There more water is applied than the soil can absorb -
Governor. When asked if Martinez had vice tax they wanted "to meet growth the surplus is lost as runoff.

not shown enough leadership in the fieldof needs" of the State, they now propose to are several clues to a lawn's need
education. Secretary Castor replied shunt a large part of the new revenue into for water. If bluish-gray spots appear in A general rule for our lawns is to supply
and to turn brown, wateris from one-half to one inch of water per ap
"I don't know if we can stand much fund. the grass, begin Preventing Child Abuse
a "rainy day"
This is about 300 to GOO
needed. If footprints remain in the grass plication. gallons And Neglect
more of his leadership on this issue. The rainy day is now. for a long time after the lawn is walked on, for each thousand square feet of grass.
Every time we have a meeting we But remember that the best amount for
water is needed And if a soil sample, There's a new twist in education
taken from the root zone of the grass,feels your lawn will depend on your specific soil teachers helping children
dry and crumbly water is needed. type. and teenagers preventan

Closer Inspections AdvisedTo the time between required wateringswill Once you've determined the proper frequency unnecessary: and potentially
depend, to some extent, on changes in and correct amount, you must damaging-problem.
I environmental factors, such as high decide when to water. While it's true that
temperatures and strong winds. This intensifies watering during the hottest part of the day
Cut Mobile Home Losses plant water loss to surrounding will beneficially cool the grass, this practice
air through evaporation. Also,you'll have wastes water which is rapidly lost

tate and local fire authorities concerned state law requiring mobile homes to be

I about the vulnerability of mobile built with sprinkler systems, and is also Forestry in Bradford County 11I3

r homes to fires started by lightning asking that Federal building standardsbe

bolts faulty wiring and the usual updated, especially those regardingthe -

household causes declare that more extensive type of material used and the cor- Hurricane Season & Trees BradfordCd W.Norton

I mobile-home inspections could rect methods of wiring. .v Forester Children can often be

t pinpoint potential dangers that may behind The hurricane season which runs from companies consider homeowners taught to protect them-
code is
lead to loss of property and sometimes "The HUD ten years June 1 through December is approachingagain. blameless if their healthy trees cause selves from abuse and
I lives.It times. That is our biggest frustration, Even though there may not be a damage as a result of an act of God. They other problems.
one fire chief said. Although countiesare storm in the forecast, wise Floridians will say the homeowner is liable for damage
is pointed out that more than a required to inspect mobile homes check their trees carefully for dead or dying done by dead, dying or decaying trees or The schools are helping to
million Floridians now live in mobile limbs that should be removed. branches that are blown down.A .
after the lot this
they are placed on prevent child abuse and
i homes with hundreds more added to The foresters from the Division of hazard most people don't look for is lect by neg
consists of seeing that the unit is making available
the list weekly. Each of these occupants usually Forestry warn homeowners that dead branches rubbing on the roof.The constant age-
appropriate materials
P is twice as likely to die in fires as those tied down properly, and that water, branches can become deadly projectileswhen rubbing of a large limb swaying in high these problem on preventing and-
and electricity connections are mile hour winds could hole in roof and
hurled about
sewer by per wear a a expose -
in other fire officials putting them the I'
living type structures properly made. Officials interested in hurricane winds. Foresters suggest takinga the attic or the interior of the house to lum. curncu-
say."Mobile close look at trees ana shrubs to rain and wind damage. I
fire prevention feel that a regular inspectionrrogram your Other tips from the Na-
I homes "go up fast"they even if it involved on- determine which ones need to be trimmedto Branches that hang loose and sway in tional EducaUon: Asaonatwn.
minimize danger if a hurricane hits your slight breezes should be trimmed because
can be completely gutted in about seven help save lives area. this indicates excessive weight. Pruning e Help children recognize

minutes. According to the State Fire and money.A Dead, damaged, or decaying trees, these branches could determine whether a that with the the blame far abuse. lea
Marshal's office mobile home fires accounted spokesman for the Florida shrubs and branches should be removed. tree will escape damage in high winds or 1 adult not themselves -
This done the homeowner if itdoesn't whether it will survive. If the tree is
i for 27.3 percent of all structure said can be by even e Teach
Manufactured Assn. the children
Housing require special equipment for the close to a building, removing these limbs prob
fires in Florida involving deaths in 1985. mobile home industry would have no. removal of large limbs It s best to give the could minimize the possibility of struc- lem-slvintng so they feel

i The Fire Marshal's office would like a problems with inspections. tough jobs to a tree surgeon or professionaltree l tural damage. more in controL
service with the knowledge and equipment Trees help beautify our homes and provide Help students learn to
"THATS to handle the removal of heavy branches shade In hot weather. Unless precau- distinguish between a friendly -
NOT >rltJltt 'i or dead trees. tions are taken trees can cause serious adult and someone who
TRUE.' State foresters recommend checking not damage in stormy weather. If your trees may be trying to hurt them.

: only your house, but your neighbor's house and shrubs need a hurricane safety check
and power lines to determine whether your call your local Division of Forestry county
People believe If you bit. your tongue, you will tell a II*. trees are any danger to them. Insurance forester for more information.


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Wedding Notice Engagement JkanaunafA

Mr. and mB. K.CL.Wttttenran off
Denise Griffis of Starke .and
Starkewould :Uifce 3D annmunse tttae
Dwayne Blizzard of Reidsville, GA and iutfttlmig OSOCFTiage -
engagement Jtn
will be married June 6 in the Churchof Msacnm
of their tfatughtat.
God on Hwy 56 in ReidsviUe, GA 'toW'nmenUlulNeftllm.s mciff

at 8 p.m. Lynne:Mr. and 3Hrs. BOager dliweoam off
Lawtey Elementary Retires A reception will follow the Starke. p
All and friends
are ceremony.invited to attend.family The wedding:is Set{far 77::11II yptm. .

July 37! :3987 art fOraianri HfcHrtfflt

Church..All Itr ;

Two Faithful EmployeesMrs. Jacobs MillerEngagement inentte and nretatiwoB: are UB- f

Told .vited to.attend

Mr and Mrs. Clifton Jacobs of Bowen BlarrtaaEngagetnord '
flower garden with he and Principal the Hospitality \.ommittee1 thanked
Alice M. Anderson, retiring Jacksonville Beach announce the 7alc1Mr : ztlewC
Paterson Mrs. Anderson for her r/uidance and
after 31 of and posing. )
teaching of their
years engagement daughter
Truman Norman Supt, Jim Duncan, who attendedthe thanked Norman for' ...just being and UTS Jamas Batumi amtJ
retiring after 20 Angela Leah, to James Patterson
years as a school bus driver and ceremony remembered the sup- Truman. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr.and Mrs HOwwTd. IW.eU. l JJ cuff
port he received from Mrs. Ander- :Starke-would JtfeettD BIlIIIIUIIIIe! ttIIe
custodian were honored Tuesday Miller ol Jacksonville. .
son and the LE teachers when he Cobby's Award... ..engagement irt ttneirElena dteicghpirt., -
June 2 their fellow The
by employees at wedding is set for June 6 at 2 .Baaew aVJamn O.BiantonTStas
Lawtey Elementary.. was a new principal there back in Principal Buddy Paterson also p.m. in the First Christian Church of C.'to2amesrD.ffUantnnsson
LE Principal Buddy Paterson 7273. "She was always for learning presented new District 1 school the Beaches ,of James A Erron aUannm off future Undegroom is a

thanked the two retirees for a "fan taking place" Supt. Duncan said of board member James (Cobby) Jimmy is the grandson of Mr. and laCrosse !gp d ata- Santa Fe High School.

tastic job" and said he appreciatedtheir Mrs. Anderson Wainwright with a certificate of ap- Mrs. George Miller of Starke. The to-ide-eteet awB; mnuate fjlif wedrliriglsplanned: for3 p.m.r

faithfulness. Each received LE teacher Sheila McClellan who preciation. Family and friends are invited to of Bradford ffligh S1i sDI and isemployed J1u ptJl.IBm'atMDrgan: Rd. Baptist
several gifts. Mrs. Anderson received started working as an aide and then You just don't know how much he attend. :fcv'CDmmunrbv: Stank. euturmn.

a collage of her class pictures. finished school and became a does behind the scenes for Lawtey
teacher and who was chairperson of said Paterson.
'Norman received a color photo of a Elementary '
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Church NewsBradford 1 ICS"r j ?

Air Fish Fry SampsonCity
Bapt. Hosts Park Bapt. ..gltl _.
People believe If a cricket tnovet in asritfitya6l.lltnsarMrsas w + .ppy
Missionary Family Goes CumpingAir Church of GodA

fish fry is planned for June 6 at
Sunday evening, June 7, at 6 p.m. Park Baptist Sunday School
class went at Osceola State Sampson City Church of God. Pricesare
Bradford Baptist Church will be camping
having the Dyck Family, missionaries Park last month. There were 54 $2 for ages 1-8, $2.50 for ages 9-12 I W1Iy E B1rlid'eS auIdVus
and $3.50 for 13 and
to Indonesia. Bro. Wes campers and all enjoyed the campfire ages up. Serving
begins at 12 noon and ends at 3
gospel and p.m.
Dyck will be showing slides of their singing fellowship tLn1'a.S____

work in the jungles of Indonesia and .. r ,
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sharing from the Word of God. Mrs! -Hours 30-5.30: .50*W.Call Sired I:; : :1. A11-I; 1 ..oAlinmDmrit nncifr r crysta: and

LaFotlette Brenda Dyck a resident is the sister of Starke.of Gwen 9:30-. *:00 M.JA nn: s ((904)) 364-I547 !: 4 r' _j Bllvsr-.evazttEpapttTarfy Priced

Gt Ir =;mwern a>Feegmte'XCfusives.! ; : .
The Dycks have been in ,
serving ,
Indonesia for the past ten years I j A Speciality Gift Shop "y tie .6 :%. Elb.u-n :.. .. 00::; ftee-afclIarge. by I

under New Tribes Mission. a JafBrida[f nsnltant.
Fly the Colors Everyday ;,, >I ::; ;
All are invited to attend this inspiring -
and informative service With a windsox instead of a flag Especially good for Flag Day, : 3. t !aGwTgia9litatmnss1.

Bradford Baptist is located on 100AGnffis I June 14 and the 4th ofJuly. GREAT NEW ITEMI! Wrnrarrotultl4epvotrfi1epermanently

( Loop) at the RR track just Father's Day Special While Supplies Last. .George Dickel t tIDmsa1: ; 5t&TC9ni5cBit refstzvcsftitnre making

off 100 to Keystone Heights. 'I "Sippin Whiskey Cake" 25% off!! Check out new items in our : purchases

Air Park Baptist gourmet room. Bar-B-Qut: Rub Eat Petite and Specialty Bean 3i (! rlssttiife:! afsryourauendantsiB. .

Sets Dates For 1 Soups cat f'fe gtff1> TpynIl3rsag"Z'1:: for
We !
{ appreciate patronage
Vacation Bible School -- """ ...... .. ....-----..-..-........ ..... ....--- W.p.murgdtcru: ; with us...

3. 1rnenr! -values is china
Vacation Bible School is set for 7p.'rm
0- -.* .... Jane-ttn-tftiat-Air Park Bnptist-. ., j .,, amfl silver where it:cost
Church located on N. Orange St.. { aanaor>*,ifa iust tares:

Christian magic shows by Stardust Thank Youto

the Magician WIll be a nightly Special w' allar" .:J .yo&.

feature. .rM..w rm.tEtc9.rs.ntBrm.w.tgta.. ..
Everyone come join with us and Marty Clemons, Meschell &Jeff M4sgsoast, s.nttn a IJrwn J.amw.cr

have fun! .s :. oieFHrsdir4CAli..rMbr.sg I >..._...
BaptistHomecoming who never forget to remember W.T. on May .. -, Ltotmoo .llstiiiiim K OatryU .HxnlAs ..

Evergreen to his ..... II
25 with flowers and to respect
June 7 pay ( : .-..--...

lJ Ie.ao' 1 I Mlact.efhR
service at family. -
Homecoming bet for 1..14>d 1......._.&TT.ry.Ca..red6.d34i
Evergreen Baptist Church is Thank for kindness and prayers. _
you your
Dinner the ground will be ,
June 7. on 9bt3a4i
/ an-3ml.r-
followed with singing by the WeeksFamily W.T. Prevatt Family w@y'Mmwo.Smn.9P31L :3B.
and The Eligents

All are welcome.

Deputy Clerk ss.wt1tTm.i 2Btt:Punt MUT.: C..Iwwant; SW
doing business under the firm nom. of F 3284tchg618PUBLIC EU.IEJ GOAD, cr sreff rNVIV4taFSV* ./..f* 30T B WOT N
NoticesNOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME t S Collection Services. Rt. I. Box 753 HiMfaond 28th n..fIaa. K RMC N MT w> taar s sar r.
Legal STATE OF FLORIDA Stark., FL 32091 Intends to register aid NOTICE And .aIL
COUNTY OF BRADFORD The Bradford School Board of
fictitious name under tha aforesaid County :a.4ttTDMsDaD< .
DICANDIO INCORPORATED harcby statua.Dated. Starka, Florida, will hold a Public Hearing 222 his 2B"oralV sTkaL' Cowww..se; a
NOTICE !I. hereby given. that on Monday ... this 1st day of June A.D. 19(7 on the following proposed Administrative *VH.. .*/<:;...*)_ /..af-SW f/4 E M4 M 30T
June IS, 1917. at 10:00 clock gl. nntlra thai It Intends to register 'NOTICfD: 3uTT'I4DaVrDt _
Rules and Policies This outa caGll.uC--N2W a taw: T.
A.M., th. undersigned. Color with the Clark of Circuit Court for Bradford In Bradford County. .[RY .
6/4 4tpd*/25 public hearing will be held In tha School flail E iOM IW 3M 9th t0ar s 3F T.FO&
Freigrrrways. Inc.. will .II at public auction County Florida tha fictitious name Board Room of the School Ad. TO: JI1IE.J. T.DWDasdd ms......-- !I dot!.....btd.wia ...apw..dus tes.tllcbiap .
for cash at 2400 lloyd Rd.. Jackson-. of "S W DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS" and -- -- -- -------' -- ministrativ. Offices 582 North Tempi "I'OUARE IStuelxtwa4sna.a-' AUiM ClOt--) teas I-.......,..JooIy

"itf..Fla..ono lot of bar stools, consignee to .ngag. In business undar that fietltlout NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO "ionform-w.I _.. liBIJ etitt..re...e.'Sj..... eR County
) to John McChrtthy. Jupiter. Flo.; on. nama with a principal place' of REGISTER Av.hu., StaI,., Florida, on June 15. filed mjilintt+ys.r'.d.ya..vse-s4srrt.tteo Ca.miw/wsteMax, -".Mad_.... _
lot of lumber consigned U C Cabinets. business at Routa 2. Box 335 Highway FICTITIOUS NAME 1987 at 7:00: p.m. ernvea sepysf.,-.1........... _.iH o. .. I "' -T..IiwtS isww.Oerise

L... Mo,.,. fla.; ono lot of olactrlcolequipment 301 North Starka Florida 32091. Pursuant to Section 863.09 of Florida 1. Proposed Job Descriptions far :smyto H, tonThe) (i>l lwvnot .....lltf... am.rw.rl. -.cIiourft : 'a r..ac.--E.Stark..
consigned la Interconicl. DICANDIO INCORPORATED Is that th.undersigned Director of Purchasing Warehouse A *tome mead......istDllDElW""_ fFiai6se. :J:2BftL.:
Statutes notice hereby given
T.mpa. Flo., la sotiify freight and BVt Leonardo Veto Dicondlo, III Dock Seay, doing business Distribution, and for Director of Personnel HARDY. .W.A.. .P. torogo charges, under the provision of LEONARDO V. DICANDIO.Ill, VICE Computer S Employee Felationt. Board mule .l1"D4" tuSYastblatwrs)
under the firm of Barnetts
Section 4b) of Uniform Standard Bill of PRESIDENTJAMES 6Gx4.3.45. fit* the oerajnal _lit>ffae ccank oaf tthst
with address
Tun.i Used Cart, mailing
lading.Pro. R. FLYNN. P A. Box 2. Graduation Options for Exceptional 'abous styi.d saurtmnmrdrsml/.tm7E6.i PETITION FOR
and place of business at P.O.
02-771041 did 2/11/.7 Byi Jams R. Flynn Esquire Students, to become a part of the Pupil 187; rrt5.wws ai :lrslgw.m.M w4Y tito cr..JIG.HQ> ABANDONMENT of A

P... 07.77145] did 3/34/97 of Counsel 160. Washington Springs, Fla.. intendsto Progression Plan Rule 6Gx4-5.06. entered togarrmt yymMar ttko resitWITNESS IlallnCDII aJF APUnTB* RUT UNUSED)

Pro. 02-77077 did 2/10/17 405 Wast Georgia Street register told fictitious nom. at the office Copies of that proposed board rulat d.mvnd.d m l4.kun1. ..--106f--.iI srpa.111s.s. SIrBL9lTI cw.-- AQOSSAPORTIONaF
Color" Freightways..Carrier Stork. Florida 32091 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of may be obtained at the Superintendent'sOffices "Hiy hundCourt a.d. Al 666 FOarr ft/ItTTJlD STREET IN
vn May" 32,-1'' 7. CD'JIIE51E11Ot'! ..PHI RAT RECORDED!
1/4 2lchg 6/11 ((904)) 964.4667Attorn.y Union County Union County Florida on between BOO a.m. and liD f6r191BRi'S.tlR1OM'M53ytY1erNm3Jidwas '
: !
INlRr1r Bacasi JL roc r- OF THC
for Registrant receipt of proof of publication of this p.m., Monday through Friday.
6/4 4tpd 6/25 with the Florida -..ccmsaP BMOFO cour
NOTICI OF INTENTIONTO notice. This it In compliance
REGISTER -- --- ------ Undersigned further affirms that thaobject Statutes, Chapter 120.54 at enacted by Asr klsrsySi.McTLB TI1K.R1ORIast1mWl1l9YPrrMA'ecNa
this business It to deal In all the 1974 Florida legislature. ::
FICTITIOUS NAME INVITATION TO BID of Jim Duncan 5 ) Y... w.Ri 1 ...... _kar fh.F Ie ecc.rdk.aa.
Pursuant to Section 85.09. Florida of CommunllyD..lopme..t lawful business, ....J the undersigned _el tMs pr..is/.ws of S.etlow3laY
The SuperintendentBradford
Statute notice I.hereby given that the City Lawtay bu.I......
Office, a* of their or. tha sola owners of said County Schools 101 FN.tdNss._.FrMic"h..lwg
u..lg...... Sidney Hall Rt. 1 Box 61$, part Butler Florida this 6th TJFNK86rTlDMTDiEt'
Demolition/Relocation Program, will Doted at Lak. 3/21 3tchg 6/4 .oTtCI: ... lsttth .llttit ta.sro.c-twaC-'
lake .utI_. fla. 32054 sole owner, doing racalva. tooled bid. for tha D.molltlon day of May A.D., 1987 : .ffiSR -..-. sa....... Gaiety. "-f....
business under the firm name of family 5/284tpd6/t8 INltNMON 'FCCTITtOI5'tMME'f'm tOM.CarsCe.Meuw. .......Tanipit.Armmsw
of OF
and Lot two ilngl NOTICE
Sidney Hall Auto Sales, Rt. 1 Box '13-', Clearing Including all structures and TO REGISTER to Sextant Bilges. tTltmntiani MSwd.ys .... 4 1'MT. MIS
lake ''.'. Flo. 32054 Intends to dwelling. ......., _
dabrlt other than natural shrubbery and FICTITIOUS NAME 3totus.simti> is. l RDaustva ii....P* lllt of JAMES -
register said fictitious name under the tha crushing and tilling of septic tank If IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Pursuant to Section 865.09flaida &mderstg..ed, .- ......... -.. MUIII1IeI-1L: AUSTIN, ...wtf*.

aforesaid statute. applicable, at tha following locutions: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Statutes, notice It hereby given that the Dee ........... r' '"'"_. Re.6t./rbral .........y.rRi..un spread
Dated this 24 day of May.A.D. If B7 In irri.mr.r..sl.n.l/.tfi.mnea.astf .. ...
(I) lea Lane, Lawtey, FL and ((2)) 4th FLORIDA IN AND FOK undersigned Harry W."'1.MOO University doing i.r.as.e1's.r/ .c--,
Bradford County. Street North, Lawtay FL. BRADFORD COUNTY Blvd North 217 Jacksonville, .... KOUNTRYMDt esstl-u5. I ...... t7s Ca1.r.iss.m: tt./.B e.w....... J.. twT r.ihst ..-
5/2' 4tpd/1B Both locations located the East Laka Case No. 87.178 32211. sole O vnr, doing business under 31*. se........ ..... 3t2sFt, ;.an.wsds. tae ..... ssd: Coup Cawus.Iwa.6rea

Street Target Area of Lawtey, Florida. CIVIL ACTIONIN the firm name of llowln In The W......*>. -v.--.d. 9ietNiers nsw.m.w.sl.r?Nmmfur.dd.taW -"' .......to.. ....- j slue
Fla. 32091, Intends to $.. -... -., .....-"-
Submit a. two separate bids.Bids RE: Th. Marriage of O. Box 86. Stark..
lt. d sfc ail ,SUB_ .... _e ..B.xl.kwuw
OF INTENTIONTO DONALD R. COOPER JR., register said fictitious name under the :Salad < > s 32 < ay AMsiy ..Mia. 1L mdl .r.a.
NOTICE REGISTER will b. accepted at tha Community Hu.band.and aforesaid statute. 1987.. in 3n.dtsn r..nty. ...w aS....... Cray, Flsid...

FICTITIOUS NAME Davelopment. Office located In tha Dated this 12th day of May, A.D.. 5. .T1II ead.leas-is and ts/the.fund lyhpOMINIe.
Lawt.y Volunteer Fire Department Post .sent...a/.a aP said sMS rid
Section 85.09. Florida ALL YSON JEAN COOPER 1987. In Bradford County.
Pursuant to Office Box 411. lawtey Florida 3205 5/14 4tpd 6/4 ItIIOrUZXlflnDII .-..... rn..i bet.. w..lb.d a.A1A..M
that the WI'..
notice Is hereby given
until 11:00 a.m. on Monday\! Jun. IS ..--.

undersigned.Stork. Fl Jam.3201.Hudson win owner Rt.,1 doing Box I9i7. Bids will b. op.n.d at lliOS a.m. NOTICE NO PROPERTYTO OF SUIT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO / !tO1fItCtf11DIJ5........ .......................-I.Caipre .
business. under the firm name of Hudco on Monday Ju... IS, '''7. : ALLYSON JEAN COOPER, addressunknown REGISTER ,..- ... S-rSi.w -JR. ......,.. EImiM ae psi..- seeded"
Far additional Information contact Er- NAME IIPMI Seer" 2;.. Pse 77t .11 to prbIls
Intends FICTITIOUS .rY.w' +Ms.wsd.mig..d
Starke. Fl 3201 stars.-.----jo..AI
lox 270.
Rt. I
fictitious name under the rol D. Jones at 712.3710 between *:00 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Pursuant to Section B6S.09. FlarldcStatutes tG..i III. 51r.w. "CZL ie.rsl6.iM.d/i.dCas.rsyi PL.ii_,said
to aforesaid'OSI.to14 statue. a.'. and 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday for dissolution of morrloge has been notice I.hereby given that th* Box"UOI........II1 51.s.raN.esc. .....-......-_" dsfy I dsib.eafktlt .-

Doted..... 2nd day of June, A.D. 1M7In or coma by office filed against you and you a'. required to undersigned. Ceri L. Hewtheme mdBurl .bisgtbis_..........---.. ... .....
Bradford. County. Th. City of lawtey Community serve a copy of your written defenses. If L. Rowland, P. O. .o. 296, S....... TV D-as.r. iP G. tlr ll.sim. .III.DtWI. TIY.6i psM_a?iii 6.reee pkMted.n..rt
4/4 41 pd 4/25 Davelopment Office reserves the rightto any to It, on th. plaintiff's attorney. fl.. 12091 joint owners doing fautmsM ............+'gs.assasWt1L11fi.. .. .ALgB. "-'-.....w ......" Pry
refect any and all bids. Indicate whose name and address It DUDLEY P. under the firm named Carl. iendwkhthopp _+r.d.rsk.ml.rW_ flagp/ai..ditls.e Nerthe.Li. .,oW
"SEALED BID" on outside of ......Iop.. HARDY P.A., P. O. Drawer 1030 *. P. O. Bex 296. Stark Vht. ..... .T00ri44.Ih1tJ162M ....6MeNStA astthedgAFai soap of
Th. City of lawtey Is an Equal Opportunity Starke Florida 32091. ((904)) 964-5701 and 32091 Intends to register said fictitious in....... c.rwyIFJb..aJSm: trey..s 2Ai...Mss.s..rslts..
.. mud
LEGAL NOTICE Employer aforesaid statute. All N.es..rdr. pmtMe .eppaw
file tha with the clark of the name under the
Tn. Suwanneo River. Economic Council 4/4 Itchg above styled original court on or before June 26. Dated this 14th day of May, 1967 In ...........the tlws mnd pf....few
Board of Directors will hold a II.
be Bradford
1937; otherwise a judgement may County. .., .......na'_
meeting of the Board of Director on entered against for the relief 5/14 4tpd!6/4 wcna QA[w Mr twdsgref

Monday. June B, 11157.7130 p.m. at the NOTICI OP INTENTIONTO demanded In th. complaint you or petition. .......at iPr., ./......Mil.lei Cp W M7Y CDaMIMSiONER:
Holiday km In lake City. ...".... REGISTERFICTITIOUS WITNESS my hand and the seal 1 of laid IN THE CIRCUIT COURT part, mww.d ibv- ........ CssW.11Ns.- aFleliaPaQh' UIII"I".fto.oA..-.

4/4 itchy NAMI Court on May 19. 1987. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .......... 5kirr.6ttL'alm9yms.r.w Ify.tTiYi..s4Vta ctoefa
Pursuant to Section 165.09. Florida GILBERT S. BROWN 1 1At OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR -L4e.ma..pti.g st..abir tbrla...

Statutes, notice It hereby given. that the Clerk of laid Court, BRADFORD couNTYCese .. ......-......................b.Ir 1l1sBg;
NOTICE OF INTENT undersigned.. Sandra I. Crawford Rout. By Martha S.Johns No. 87-182 nnih
TO ."nw"e I gee 7S3, Starka. Fl 3201 sol.ownar,

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Econo Lodge Hosts Business After Hours Club ATTENTION News 1977 GRADSI I Other 87-89 officers Installed

were: Vlce-Prenident Mary Gissy,
Norman Executive director Jack aaai.rn>uy ol uicrlonda tlutctdml Crosby St. Marks Episcopal Anyone planning to attend our Treasurer VI Stalllngs Secretary
The Econo Lodge of Starke wan Eckdahl and Mrs. Eckdahl. An bars Motel AMoaahollL Church June 20. 1987 10-year reunion that Laura Hitch, Chaplain Lucille Stleh,
the host May 19 for the monthly d'oeuvres bullet was served in a Three door prizes were coo- In addition selected motel guests has not returned your slips or 2nd Vlce-Presldent Vt Crosby
"Business Alter Hours" meeting of suite of the 100-room motel and an tabled by the parent osmpwnyTrn have received during this week: money;do so by June 10. We need to Historian Mary Brown
the Starke-Bradford County adjoining sUite was opened for in pie r Hotel Management Companyof fruit baskets reduced rates on know how much food to order and Sergeant-at-Arms Virginia Ekara.!:
Chamber of Commerce Slack spection. lis1aala, ic. FU. Winners were, rooms meals and beverages as well cannot accept anything after this The members were informed that
General Manager Patricia I. The party was held in conjunction Florwb National Bank as the official Florida Hotel & Motel date. Sondra Green, a Junior at Bradford
and her staff welcomed 75 membersand with National Tourism Week May Kathy .. Ray Norman Connmusnta Association's commemorative For more Information contact: High School, was chosen to be the
guests, including chambernrp"iipnt. 17-23. and slits 'ft celebrate the 75th Slate Bank and Father Gil key chains. Julie Hazen Padgett 782-3993; Girls State delegate to attend the
flay Norman and Mrs Tonya Patrick Hodges 468-2976 or June 12-19 session in Tallahassee

Beth Davis Moore 473-4443. The 4th District Girls State Tea was
held May 16 at the Hawthorne Auxiliary -
--- ADK Holds
-i---------- ;; ,,' May Unit 230. Those Attendingfrom
iLir Banquet MeetingAlpha the Starke Unit were Sondra
Green the Girls State
Delta Kappa of the Alpha
r: Martha Green, Sondra's mother;
.. Gamma Chapter met May 11 for its
President Coss and
Auxiliary ,
ll Tony
annual May dinner in the banuqet
Girls State Chairman Mary Gissy.
area of the Western Steer
Steakhouse. At the Memorial Day service,Pop-
<%. ice cream social was recently Members welcomed by the py Girl Allyson Dugdale presented a
held fr Bradford Hospital were of made Auxiliary
cross poppies, by
President Carol and the
..""r..n by the hospital Auxiliary Redding members. This wreath received the
President-Elect din.
to recognition of National Hospital Monterey POppy Award at the Constitutional
Door prizes were won by Sheila Me- '
Hrrh.tine. Clellan and Monterey Wasdin. Conference: April 28, at the Legion
.employer Carl Tyson gets a
After dinner, the new pledgeswere Home in Starke. The Starke Unit
!Knnp from Axilian Bernadine Ear- also received an award for Outstan-
initiated into the
.,. Other <%..ifUn.. assisting with officially ding Achievements In American
We to welcome
chapter. are proud
i the social were Agnes Dinkins,
Legion programs for the Auxiliary
into our fellowshIp Joan Watson
fttpfcir Kimnlfc. Ixwie Bell ParkrUlj !
Donna andEvelyn at the conference.
Brewer Arlette Love
I /% >nr Rah and Elsie" Keeder.The Several members made booties

theme .( this year's National Spring Maycumber.flowers and candles were and caps for preemies and new born
hospital Week was "We feel good
used for table decorations by our babies for the All Children's
",*r.ltlC'ou eel better." Hospital. Donations of booties and
hostesses, Eddie Joyce Sexton and
k Lynn Melvin. caps would be appreciated. Call any
n JOulluugn member or officer of the Unit listed
Antoinette Coss above for information.

I Installed as PresidentOf Installation of officers will be heldon

Legion Auxiliary Tuesday, June 23, at the legion
Home. This will be preceded by a
Antoinette Coss was Installed as covered dish dinner
president of the American Legion The next Auxiliary meeting is set
Auxiliary at its Mav 12 meetiriR. June 9 at 7:30.PARTTIME : .

I Hampton Hilites and Dma Radford. school report cards will be given for,

The stage was decorated with an students to take home before enjoy
iron tmtg/c vbtrb list girls crossed mg a nice safe summer. AND FULLTIMEINCOME
dept plans to purchase a new fire in their ftft1IIO J". Palm trees were Plant Day
By Dolores Meng truck and other necessary equipment used M pmnlsof interest.
Phone 4(18IU5Wedding! More members are needed to Toe refreshment table was May 8, Walter Wescott of the AND CAREEROPPORTUNITIES
make this an efficient organization COS"t1't'ddb linen cloth. VoTech Center gave a presentation
a yellow: of various plants to the K-l, 1st and
BellsCongratulations Girl Stout Bridging The filly persons attending were 2nd grades. He later helped each
served rrfrehroenis the Girl
to Bucky Melton Ceremony Held May 2K Seoul allured umlarms by and child plant their Mother's Day
: wear Everyone appreciated Mr.Westcctt's America's fastest-growing rural organization has openings fora
Rhoden who were mar presents.
and Tammy Thursday night. May 28. Brownie ing Ussr badges.
limited number full-time
of and
help. part-time career
ried 22 at Victory Baptist
May Troup 161 and Junior Troop 31 held aBridging
Hampton Elementary May 15. the 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Church. Ceremony at Hampton opportunities In this area as membership directors for
PresentationParents went field They enjoyed
Awards graders on a trip.
School for
Elementary Communicating Agriculture.No .
Best wishes also to Randy Parado Mrs. Debbie Broome. Junior are invited to the Awards the mOVie The Anstocats, at
and Mary Brigid Cochran who were Troop Leader. welcomed parents fVeventatiofii Program planned at the Starke Theater and later enjoyeda prior experience Is required, however an ability to meet
married May 23 at St. Vincent de the school Thursday night,June 4 at7:3op.m picnic lunch at the city park.
and friends attending Mr* Betsy concluded the day with a great time people and organize your activities combined with a farm or
Paul Catholic Church in Newport Hersey. Brownie Leader,introduced at Starke Lanes. rural background will improve success potential.The .
News, Virginia. Randy and Brigidare the Scouts. Fn tav. June 33. the last day rrl bowling your
both graduates of Georgetown The Color Guard was compost-do .
income potential for Communicating for Agriculture
University in Washington, D.C. and Hope Archey. Christina Browne.
plan to move near Gainesville where Jaclyn Crews. Kane Ford and Susan Membership Directors Is excellent either as full-time or part-

they will be employed.Mr. Parmenter The Junior Troop gave err--l": WARREN'SPlumbing time. Many of our representatives-some 2,000 across

family. and attended Mrs. the Romeo wedding Parado 01 l their and the Candle Ceremony I &I: & Elec. Servicescan America-have doubled their Income within two years.

son and daughter-in-law and spent Bridging to Juniors were Jenny
several days in the D.C. area Johnson. Krisly Lee. Stacey help with those badly An Information meeting will be held soon in this area to fully
Firemans Bar-B-Que... :Melissa Kyle. Angela M"vig m.' needed Home Improvement explain the opportunity.To .
and April Nf/ gms. ()her Brownies .
The Volunteer Fire receive an invitation to attend the
Hampton are Hop Archt-y Kenya llendnetli.Jacl Prefects
Department is sponsoring ;i Chicken ,
>n irt'wSusan I'armenler.Ama'nda Communicating for Agriculture
Bar-B-Que Dinner Saturday, June 6. Row" iand and Natalie Tim-
Opportunity meeting place atollfreecall
at the City Park. Serving of dinners ..
will begin at 6 pm. at a bargain mons Bridging to Cadettes were CALL TODAY964723O to Terry Van Den Hoek at INC.

price ol $3. Danielle Mersey. Angel Iofc: furnish
Three ands are expected to -
Aelicia Moods Other Juniors are Support Services
music and clogging sessions Oirislina Broome. Julie .(, JU-. Days. 964-4799 Evenings 18004451525.
will be held that evening
Jennifer Uarley. Keir Kord. Cam
Within the next two weeks the
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Brooker New River Baptist Host "PERSON Ac"L'i a'C RATER

; X CAT T>US APPtf,If ...::=E

Joint Baccalaureate ReceptionBrooker ( 1


area graduates were and to Self.Special graduates when they were in 6th Some people believed a birthmcrk could b* erased by an apnls
honored with a Baccalaureate music was provided by grade; Phil Veilenga for giving the
Reception Sunday evening, May 31 Drew and Robin Andrews. Bibles benediction. 'Phil was principal,
at Brooker Baptist Church. were presented to each graduate by when the graduates were ini
Guest speaker William (Bill) Kev. Uuircll Murray and Itev. Miles kindergarten; Bill McRae for play- SFCC Offers Displaced Homemaker Program
Steele, youth minister at Myrtle Patterson.A. ing music, leading the alma mater .
Grove Baptist Church in Pensacola and for helping make this a special nlnntrion I III the major force ot the second .
presented a message entitle'Totally special THANKS to Carol event. and who are planning to re-enter the half of the cl auud: -
Committed." Rev. Steele Stevenson who played music; Buddy Focus on the Future: Displaced In
job market after years of working Counseling, individual assistance,
emphasized the importance of being Paterson for giving the vocaton. Following the program Homemaker Program at Santa Fe the home. Planning a new life direc- a Job Seeker's Club and other'
committed.! first to God, to Others_ Buddv was orlnrioal of these refreshments were served. Community four week class College starting has July a.special 6,1987. tion and support from others are resources ere also offered throughthe
The class and other services are free basic parts of the first part of the Focus on the Future Program: ,
21 but is class, along with such topics as under the direction of Dr. Ann
I Meet of charge, pre-registration required -
B-U Retired Teachers May by Thursday, July 2. handling the stress of change, asser- Bromley, SFCC Director of
The purpose of the class is to offer tiveness and communication Women's Programs and Special
were installed for a two year term: Mrs. Johns read a short story anda help to homemakers 35 years of age money management and planning, Projects.To .
The Bradford-Union Retired Mona Canova, president; Jane poem. Lunch was served at noon. or older who have lost the support of and community and educational register or for more informa-
Teachers Association met Thurs- frawick secreturv: Leona Royal, The next regular meeting is set forScplember. their spouse through either death, resources. tion, call 395-5047.
day, May 21,at the Bradford Family divorce Job Search skills and career ex_
in Starke. treasurer separation or..disability! ,
Restaurant! Lucile Johns chairman ol the ..... -
Health Cost Containment Committee
Ruth Jenkins, president, con- introduced the
guest speaker,
ducted the business meeting and
Judy Knouse, a recent graduate of
District IV
reported on the the UF College of PharmacyMrs.

Jenkiiis workshop-Ocala, Blanche, attended Brown, Mamie by Mrs.Jo Knouse pointed out some

Douglas, Mona Canova and Mr. & general guidelines and suggestions E+IURE4iEOF! RIT
Mrs. Russell! Norman. ._ concerning the pronor use of
of medications and reporting any Dad .
Kathryne Epperson, chairman reactions. She also talked about the .
the nominating committee differences between generic and
presented the following olflcers who. prescription dl'IIIK.

I Awards & Recognitionachievement .,
'c WHB fiRE THEY fiNYWflY?

leadership potentialand
Two SFCC Students motivation.
Singled Out For Karen Texidor Makes You may have heard of churches How Are They Governed Churches of Christ are dif- churches of Christ is Immer-
of Christ and wondered There ferent from in that sion Is burial Acts
Lawton Chiles CommitteeSFCC President's Honor Roll are no governing many we baptism a
I "Who are these people?" boards no district regional, observe the Lord's Supper on 8:35-39: Romans 6:3-4: Colos-
students Erika Gruen and Karen Texidor of Starke was "What makes them different national or International the first day of every week. sians 2:12.
selected 485 students named to thePresuent's
Mike Austin have to
serve on a Student Leadership Coun- among! Honor Roll at Central from all the other churches boards no earthly head- Acts 20:7: "And upon the first Baptism is extremely Impor-
cil, recently formed by Senator State University, Edmond, you hear of?" quarters and no man- day of the week. the tant because the New Testa-
Lawton Chiles. fhe purpose of the Oklahoma. Those who achieved the designed organization. Each disciples came together to ment sets forth these purposesfor
council is to establish a forum where honor recorded a straight A, 4.0 Maybe you wondered: Where congregation is self-ruled andis break bread..." Some have it: ( A) l It Is to enter the

discuss student issue leaders of mutual can identify concern with and semester.grade-point average for the did they come from? How Independent of every other objected! that the text does not Kingdom John 3:5.: (B) It is to

Senator Chiles. The university is the third largest many members do they have? congregation. The only tie specify the first day of every contact Christ's bloodRomans
Students from various collegesand in Oklahoma and was the first to offer What do they teach?-How are that binds the many congrega- week. This is true just as the 634. (C) It is to get into Christ
universities in Florida were classes in the state, beginning in they governed? How do they tions together is a common command to observe the Sab- Galatians 3:27.: (D) It is for
selected, based on their academic November, 1891. worship? What do they allegiance to Christ and the bath did not specify every salvation Mark 16:16: I Peter

believe about the Bible? I'll Bible. There are no conven- Sabbath. Exodus 20:8 3:21.: (E) It is for the remissionof

try to answer these questionsfor tions, annual meetings nor official "remember the Sabbath day sins Acts 2:38. (F) It Is to
I Upcoming EventsCake you. publications. Each con. and keep it holy". The Jews wash away sinsActs 2:38. (G)
gregation is governed locallyby understood that to mean It is to get Into the. church I

Party Set more information contact Mae How Many Members? a plurality of elders every Sabbath. It seems to us Corinthians 12:13: Ephosians

For Blanche HowardA Moore, Route 1, Box 28, Starke, Worldwide there are some 15 selected from among the that by the same reasoning"the 1:23.Christ
Florida 32091 964-6405 or to 20 thousand congregationsof members. These are men who first day of the week" died for the'whole
cake party honoring Mrs. Mar- Charles E. Anderson, 905 Texar churches of Christ with up- meet the specific qualifications means the first day of every world and the invitation to
cus (Blanche) Howard's 80th birth- Drive, Pensacola, FL 32503, phone
day is planned for June 14, between 433-4555. wards of 3 million individual for this office given in I week. share in his saving grace Is
3-5 p.m. The party is to be at her members. The largest Tim. 3 and Titus 1. There are open to everyone (Acts
home on SR 18, 2 miles west of 121., numbers of churches of Christ also deacons in each con- What Are The Terms of 10:34-35: ; Revelation 22:17)we )
Mrs. Howard taught school in FLA.TWIN THEATRE | are in the southern United gregation. Deacons must meet Membership do not believe that anyoneis

Lake All Butler friends for and 37 years.relatives are in- Starke 964-5451 States. There are churches of the requirements of I Tim. 3. Churches of Christ do not predestined for salvation or

vited to come by and visit. No giftsMobley's Christ in every state in the speak of membership in terms condemnation. Some will
p\i-Isel\!: Open Every flight! *: UnitedJjtataixuvd lo ovey:.LOA,.,...How D4'...y.Wonhlp'..... .of some formula or human ap-. choose to come. to Christ in
48th Wedding NOW SHOWING"EDDIE other countries. Worship in churches of Christ proved method that must be faith and obedience and will
centers in five items the same followed for acceptance into be saved. Others will reject
Celebration Set MURPHY Where Did They Com as l in the first century church. the church. The Bible gives His plea and will be condemned -

An open house reception honoringthe BIEVIEBLYJ-UJJ-S 1 I From? The pattern is important. John certain steps which were Mark 16:16.: Those lost
48th wedding anniversary of In modern times the churchesof 4:24: "God is spirit, and those taken by people In that day to will not be lost because they
William and Marjorie Mobley of vvrp... Christ are related to the who*worship Him must wor- become Christians. When a were marked for condemnation -
Chiefland, FL is set for Saturday, ,
June 6, 1987 from 9 a.m. 8 p.m. at r ._-"",,'. restoration movement (the ship In spirit and truth". Wor- person became a Christian he but because that's the
the honoree's home. No P..... or""Coupon:::::;= movement to restore In our ships directed to God, It must by the same process became a path they chosel)
All friends and relatives are in- Sorry. time the original New Testa- be prompted by the right spirit member of the church. The Wherever you are at this
vited to attend. For further informa- Screen II ment church). The restoration and it must be according to same Is true of churches of moment, we hope you will
tion contact Mary weekdays.Green at 431-1132 movement contended truth. To worship God occor- Christ today. On the first day decide to accept the salvation
after 5:30:
p.m. ns "nothing should be bound ding to truth is to worship Him of the church's existence those offered by Christ that you
Anderson ReunionSet upon Christians as a matter of according to his Word who repented and were baptized will offer yourself in obedient
for June 13 SUMMERTIME FUN MOVIE doctrine which is not as old as because "thy word is truth," were saved (Acts 2:38): ). faith and become a memberof
Descendants of James M. L. All Seats '1.00 pm the New Testament". "Let us Jn 17:17. In matters of Those who were saved were this church.
Anderson and Mary Edna (Frazier) speak where the Bible speaks religion, we are to walk by added to the church (Acts
Anderson should mark June 13 on SPACECAMP3O1 and be silent where the Bibleis faith ((2 Cor. 5:7): ). Since faith 2:47): ). It was God who did The Southside Church of Christ
their calendars. That's the day the silent". "Let us do Bible comes by hearing the Word of the adding. In following this meets 3 miles South of Starkeon

clan munity will center be gathering in Lulu FL in the for com-their DRIVEINFRI. things in Bible ways and call God (Rom 10:17): ), anythingnot pattern we neither vote peo- U.S. 301 at the junction of
annual reunion. Plan to be there by SAT. SUN Bible things by Bible names." authorized by the Bible ple into the church nor force Brooker Road (SR 227)). We invite -
10 a.m. to swap stories and catch up cannot be done by faith...and them through a required you to come worship and
on family history. Please bring a What Do They Teach whatever is not of faith is sin series of studies. We have no study with us. Sunday 10 a.m.

covered James dish M. for L. the Anderson's noon meal.father IIiWIShowtl. Members of the church of (Rom 14:23): ). right to demand anything Bible Study; 11 a.m. & 6:30

was killed in the Civil War. His Christ use the Bible as our only The five items of worship beyond their obedient submis- p.m. Worship. If you would
mother, Elizabeth (Douglass) mar- ....: 8:49 & 10:45 guide and seek to find what observed by the New Testament sion to the Saviour. like more information, writeus
ried Sellers Cole and later married *_RADIO ADMISSION SOUND-* the original church was like church were: singing, The conditions of pardon at Rt. 4, Box 1125 Starke

Daniel Sumner. Descendants of Adult ?.. 99' and restore It exactly. We are praying preaching, giving taught In the New Testament Florida 32091.
these other two marriages are also Children .... SO' saying that we should follow and eating the lord's Supper. are:
invited to attend the reunion. For God's pattern or blueprint in One of the things people most 1. One must hear the Casey A. Carlisle, Minister

matters of religion. We do not frequently notice about chur- gospel, for "faith comes by c-"'I
conceive of ourselves as be- ches of Christ Is that we sing hearing the word of God" ..

ing a denomination nor as without the use of mechanical Rom 10:17.' ,.'. .;,1i.j,; .. .a.
Catholic. Protestant, or Jewish instruments of music a 2. One must believe, for ."
but simply as members of the capella singing is the only "without faith it is Impossibleto
church which Jesus established music used in our worship. We please God" Hebrews 11:6.
and for which he died. We are seeking to worship accor- 3. One must repent of past
recognize our own personal ding to the New Testament.The sins, for God "commands all
RENOVATIONS CUSTOM HOMES short-comings and New Testament leaves In- men, everywhere to repent"Acts

weaknesses and this Is all strumental music out, 17:30.
New Doors Installed the more reason 'to carefully therefore we believe it right 4. One must confess Jesus .

Lock Sets Replaced follow the all-sufficient and and safe to leave it out, too. If as lord for he said, "He that I' *-,
; Soffits.Repaired perfect plan God has for the we used Instrumental musicwe confesses me before men ". ""J. '*,..
Dacks Gazabos
-1 Partitions Additionscaii I church. would have to'do so him will I also confess before "j .
We believe religious dlvi-. without New Testament my father who Is in heaven"
I 1"' 375-3324 sion Is bad. Jesus prayed for authority. There are only eight Matt. 10:32. \. f:....

unity (John 17)). The apostle verses In the New Testamenton 5. One must be baptized for :}I '..::
I or 4952828Construction Paul commanded those who the subject of music In warship the remission of sins, for Peter f .

were divided to unite in ChristI : Matthew 26:30.: Acts sold "Repent and be baptized !
(I Cor 1)). We believe the only 16:25, Romans 15:9 I Corin- everyone of you In the name "H,. //O;:.
t way to unite Is to return to the thians 14:15: Ephesians of Jesus Christ for the remis- .. a?
by Bible. Lot's unite by Just 5:18-19 Colossians 3:16: sion of your sins..."Acts 2:38. ,

MICHAELLEWis following the Blbl. This is Hebrews 2:12 and James 5:13.: The Bible teaches baptism .
safe. This is fair. This Is right. The mechanical instrument of as an act which is essential to
This is the reason the New music Is not mentioned In a salvation: Mark 16:16, Acts ., ;:'"
Inc. 'Testament Is the only rule of single one of these eight 2:38, Acts 22:16. The only ."f-i:-)

Home Repairs of All Kinds faith and practice we have In verses. form of baptism we practice In

"WORTHY OF YOUR TRUSTyFREE churches of Christ. 9

hulL I ESTIMATES. PROMPT RESPONSE Casey Carlisle Will Conduct Christianity'A Series of Lessons 'r; ..,.,.' ;".,\",.

New Testament
REFERENCESINSUREDBONDEDStale Starting Sunday June 7 through June 10 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.

Man. Iu3: _u Wftd. 730 p.m.

Certified -- Southside Church of Christ .. 3 Miles/ South of Starke on U.S. 301

GeneraIContrador Everyone io Invited'to Attend

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Coaches See Bright SideOf

4 "h'i'i'i'i, lj't ra Md6 I ?. 1
Y i j Y>r1 p'i' t ku'1I i Losses in JamboreeSome

I i Ni positive things came out of furies. "With all of the players thereI
Friday's annual spring football Jamboree think we would have done better,"
I i even though Bradford High says Coach Hurse.
1 didn't look too good says Defensive On the positive side, Coach Hurse
'' Coordinator Mike Sexton. points out, a lot of 9th and 10th
r Two big passes; were given up to graders who had seen no varsity ac
Interlachen Ibgb and a punt was tion before got a chance to play.
I blocked and a snap from center Coaches always are anxious to see
II .. i, r. fumbled away to Union High. But, how a player will react under fire,
1 other that those mistakes, the Ton Hurse says.
II I I b nado defense hung pretty tough, Union QB Richard Harrison is the
T' i
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says nephew of Coach Hurse, whose
I mother lives in Lake Butler. Har
"But. overall I was pleased with rison had alwa to play
t v some of the individual play we had. against Uncle David, and (got his
There are a lot of positive: things to chance Friday night.
look forward to," says Coach Sex. Coach Hurse is disapointed about

not winning, "but I think a lot of
I ton.The good things came out of it. There
was a lot of young folks we were
Individual defensive efforts wanting to see under fire and how
pointed out by Coach Sexton are: they would react.
Rover back Rodney blocky had Interlachen, the defending district
an excellent hallgame. A lot of champion is a big class 2A school.
things came his way and Coach Sexton BHS is a small class 3A school, but
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was very pleased with Mosfey'splay. there is not much difference in the
Pittman size of the two schools Coach Hurse
Also turning in good efforts were: points out.Union .

Tornado tailback Greg Pittman scampers around right end, one of the Pittman Is chased by Tigers Phillip Pritchett No. 73; Ken Johns, No Mike Elder, who played some High has a big team, And
few times a BUS runner had any daylight. The quick Pittman got eight 40, and Willie Henderson, No. 31. defensive end and defensive tackle. Keystone Heights( has a lot of ex
yards on the pitchout.Tigers .Defensive tackle Dane Clark. cellent athletes and Is also larger
-Defensive end Chns Dinkins. than BHS.
"We had our problems, but they
Defensive end Ed Douglas who aren't insurmountable," sums up
Rams Winners Coach Sexton says had a very pro the head Tornado.

Big in Jamboree ductive spring.. FL-GA Coach...

The Offense... Coach David Hurse is one of five

Tornado gridders, injury teammate Sandy Daniels recoveredthe A breakdown in pass coverage led Interlachen beat KH 7-0 in a sud Missed blocking assignments coaches for the Florida-Georgia All-
decimated and with their inexperience loose football and officials ruled to a 51 yard touchdown pass by In- den death play-off after a scoreless caused a lot of confusion and lack of Star football game set June 19 in
showing, lost 7-0 to In UHS had scored. terlachen. Ram QB Shawn Pringle period. IHS ran the ball after three movement of the Tornado offense, Orlando.
terlachen High and 14-0 to Union The fumbled BHS punt snap, was rushed hard but got the tries. The freshman KH quarterback but that can be straightened out this Coach Hurse will handle the
High in theannual football jamboreeat recovered by Union's Curtis Clyatt, away. Receiver Fred Chesnut sImply pass threw an almost perfect pass up the fall says Head Coach David Hurse. wideouts and offensive backs for the
UHS in Lake Butler last Friday set the Tigers up on the Tornado 38. ran by the BHS pass defenders middle but tight end Matt Rhoden. Some eight varsity players missed game. He reports to Orlando June
night May 29. It took the Tigers 10 plays to move down the Interlachen sideline. IHS usually sure-handed, did not make the jamboree action: because of m- 11.

Union High also beat Keystone the 38 yards; they had to work for completed a 34 yard pass as receiver the catch.
High 12-0. KH also lost 7-0 to In- the TD but they got it. On fourth and Lorenzo Prescott got behind BHS
terlachen, the defending Class 2A two from his 31, Tiger QB Richard freshmen pass defenders, free safe KH a half dozen snaps
District 8 champion. Harrison ran the keeper for 16 ty Pedro and cornerback Lance Wiggins from center and could get nothing .
yards. With only seconds remainingin going against Lake Butler.

Mistakes Hurt... the quarter IHS's Tom Semione Union scored on KHS when QB '
A blocked punt set up one Union Bradford rover back hit Union was short a few yards on a 40 yard Harrison got loose on an off-guard ,

High touchdown, a fumbled punt speedster Greg Edwards, No. 1, at field Iloatattempt.. keeper play and ran 39 yards before _,. ,
snap the other, against Union High. the line of scrimmage and stoppedthe BHS did not get a single first down KH safety Marty Hubbard knocked
With BHS quarterback John Berry deep route, but QB Harrison, a rushing. QB John Berry completedfour him out of bounds. On the next play a
punting from his 21, Union's Chris three year veteran, threw nine yards play action passes for short yar QB Harrison threw to speedy Tiger f -
Newman blocked the punt,picked up to the short receiver Darren Worthington dage. wideout Greg Edwards, who was ,
the loose football and ran it to the out of the backfield, under sixth in the Class 1A state 100 yard
BHS 22 yard line, where Bradford's the BHS pass coverage. It was a low KII QB Out.., dash got behind unwary KH pass /
Malachi Jenkins and Lance Wiggins pass which Worthinton caught on the Starting quarterback Aaron defenders, and easily made the TD I
kicked him out of bounds. Running turf at the Tornado five yard line. Stanley was in an automobile wreckon catch even though Edwards had to I
behind 300-pound guard Brian Grif- From the five UHS again ran three the way to the Keystone gym to go wait for a high pass to come down. .
fis and 285 pound tackle Ivory Warren plays over left tackle and guard the jamboree, leaving the Indians Capitalizing on six KH fumbled ft
the Tigers got the TD in three behind the big guard and tackle for operating with freshman signal snaps the Tigers also got a safely
plays through a stubborn Tornado the second touchdown. Backup QB caller Tim Hardee.Stanley received and Henderson kicked a 16-yard
defense. Tiger runner Craig John Henderson added both extra bruises in a low speed head-on colli field-goal from the six for a 12-0 UHS
;Brigham f'.Jlbled.' as he scored but points, Harrison.! holding. sion.. shutout ---- 'M
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'Yd"tt ;. ? Wrestling Comes to BHSProfessional

j wrestling comes to Basher and Spike, known as the
I Bradford County with matches team uad, will face the powerful
lr scheduled for Tuesday.June 9 at the Randy and Bill Mulkey.
r Bradford High School AudltC>l'1 Jl. Tjioe Khan, the terror of
., The night will be highlighted by a Singapore will take on Californian
Florida Title match between well- Jerry Grey.
known competitors Dory Funk Jr. Also in the ring will be former
and Mike Rotunda Florida State Seminole linebackerRon
Rotunda is defending bis Simmons as the matches beginat
challenge against Funk, who is a 8 p.m.The .
.+ former World Heavyweight champion
{ t t 't '' i' -{ e having held the title for nearly newly arrived "Cuban Con
y five years, the longest umnlenipted nection" will meet Jim Backlundand
tenure of any champion who is active Colt Steel in the opener.
i 4 in sports. Ticket prices are set at $-1. $8 and
The Southern Boys" Steve Armstrong $10 and are available at the BHS
and Tracy Smothers will also front office. Sears in Starke, Stumps
xe see action against Luke Williams Department Store and SawyerSladeGas
and Butch Stiller also known as the Co.There.
"Sheepherders" will be a total of seven matches
t Ed"the Bull"Gartner will lake on during the evening.
Sir Oliver Humperdink' current Match time is 8 p.m.
protege "Saimi" the Tahitian The match is sponsored by the

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Starke Second in Moultrie...
Custom Home Builders
Members of Starke Stars, IB-13 years of age, who placed second In the Jackson, Jamey Carver, Eric Naiworth Ron Brown, Gary Wise, Da*id
I Sunbelt Classic In Moultrie, GA recently are: Williams, David Hamilton Coach Robert L. Kitchens.
Kneeling: Brad Green, Ron Thomas,Randall Polk,Timmy Seeley,Kirby Not shown: Justin Williams, Tim Lewis John SUnwix-IUy, Coach
Joe Hildebran. and Stacey Bowen. Hiram Chappell. Building or RemodelingBaths

; Standing: Coach Jerry McGriff, Billy lleavner, Jamey Crews, Johnny!
Kitchens Add-A-8ootn

I'' Starke Stars Take Second in Tourney or Come See He-Roof Our New Your Log-Sided Home Homeor .

Call! 964-7230 or 964-4799 Eves.
Starke's Stars, boys 16-18, placed the plate and David Williams, game. Leading the Starke 14-for-28 big 10 run inning. Leading the Stan
second with a 4-2 performance in the 1-for-3, homered. hitting performance were Gary 15-for-30 hitting performance were
Sunbelt Classic, a slow pitch Softball The Stars went 14-2 by NW Rec Wise, 4-for-4, and Randall Polk, Johnny Jackson, 3-for-3, and Ron
tournament, recently in Moultrie, Center of Moultrie in the second 3for3.In Thomas, Gary Wise and Randall WarnerFootball
Ga. game. David Williams was the hitting Polk, for-3.. Pop
star for the Stars, going 2-for-2 game 5, the Stars had worked
The Stars lost 4-3 in the tourna with a home run. Starke hit 9-for-18, their way back up to challenge the For the six games, the Stan hit ata
ment opener to JoJo's Plowboys of a .500 pace. winner of the winners bracket .461 pace, 77-for-167. Billy Heavnerled Coaches
1 Tifton and had to play out of the [ three the Starke Stars Chemicals, Inc. of Tifton, the 15 and the team with a .800 batting
loser's bracket. The Stars fought out edg name by Central Pharmacy of under national champions in 1986. average, going 8-for-10 at the plate.
of the loser's bracket and beat Tifton. Leading the Stars is-for-30 The Stars won 10-9 going u-for-31 at Randall Polk hit.625,going 10-jor-16. Needed !
tourney champion 10-9 in the first hitting attack were David Williams, the plate, a .452 pace. David Willams David Williams hit .600, going
before losing 18-7 to Chemical in the 3-for-3, and Johnny Jackson Justin homered for the Stars, Billy 9-for-15. David Hamilton hit .371, going
final game. Starke would have had Williams, Stacey Bowen, Billy Heavner was 3-for-3, and Stacey 8-for-14. Johnny Jackson hit .533,
to beat Chemical, also of Tifton[ Heavner,2-for-3. Bowen and Randall Polk were going 8-for-lS. Gary Wise I t.500.going "{
twice to win the tourney. In game four the Stars edged 8-7 2-for-3. B-[or-18. Justin Williams hit.400. .
In the 4-3 loss to the Plowboys, by JoJo's Plowboys, the team which Chemicals, Inc. came back to win going 8-for-IS. Stacey Bowen hit.471, Anyone interested i in
.Stars David Hamilton went 3-for-,3 at, had beaten the Stars in the opening the championship game 18-7 with aII. going 8-for-17.

Rec. Dept. News... [ coaching, please call

Programs may vary, but will be Intramural games with the Reno
I The Starke Recreation Department Tiny Tots....
posted on the bulletin board each Center on various mornings, and
announces its summer program A special program for ages 4
week. afternoons.
[ will start Jume IS, and con through 8, called Tiny Tots, is offered schedule Generally will be followed the :following. some Indoor activities: On Monday. 9647186After
tinue 7 at the Pratt
through August
Tuesday and Thursday morn- Wednesday, Friday, the center will
Street Center. ings from 9:30 a.m. to noon. A fee of Morning Schedule.., be open for free play activities: ping; 6
The Center will be from
9 p.m.
open $7 will be required for this program, billiards, etc.
Monday Outdoor
: a.m. until S p.m. daily, Monday. consisting of singing, playing Wednesday:
r. Friday. Registration is set June 11 games, arts & crafts, and activities, including archery, frisbee For An Application
and AU children golf, volleyball, etc. :
I 12. ages 7 through 14 refreshments.
The is designed to give
Tuesday and Thursday Tennis program
participate. in the day
may pro
child full of fun!(
Program Scbedule... must bring racket your summer
grams. your own )/;)

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Than They ExpectedOn .

Tour of MineBy y.

tion is the most dangerous and exciting
BCT Staff WriterIt phase of the mining process.
may have looked like something Out on the man-made lakes
like a set from a science fiction created by the years of mining, a
movie but it was all business for a large barge sits covered with piping
group of Keystone Heights High and pumps. The operator sits in a
School fourth graders as they took a small enclosure on the floating
guided tour last week of the sand "water drill" and directs a high
mining facilities owned by Florida pressure stream of water into the
Rock Industries,Inc. earth below the banks of the lake.
The firm is based in Jacksonvillebut The students walking on the sidesof
owns large land holdings In Clay the site felt it first a muffled but
and Putnam counties: where a very distinguishable boomboomingsound
dedicated team of) workers wash im- and string vibration that felt
mense amounts of) the pure white like a miniature earthquake power
sand the area is famous for into ful pulsations beneath the ground as zti 4i4'--
trucks which haul the sand to the water jet probed beneath the sur- :
Jacksonville. There the sand is con-: face of the lake more than 50 feet
verted into concrete for building under the surface.
feeding the growth boom that has Another large tube trailing from
enveloped Florida for the past the floating barge, attached to a
decade. pumping station on the shore, suck-
The fourth-graders may have ed the sand from the lake bottom
passed the site where the sand mineis and sent it swirling into the cleaning
located on SR. 21 north of tower back at the site.
Keystone Heights many times, but Crocker also showed the visiting
most probably never suspected the group the extensive reclamationwork
size and scope of the operation, done by the company to
where large lakes have been createdby : reclaim mine land on the south end ;
the mining process and a huge of the site. There, the company haslet /K
sand-washing and aeration tower ground cover grow to the edges of .
dominate the landscape.The the sloping lake sides. The land, Big Operation...
students were shown aroundthe which the company leases from &
mine by Florida Rock employeeand private owner, will be turned into a Elementary school students from KeycUae Heights get a first band The students were invited on the tour by Supervisor Bob Crocker,who I
site supervisor Bob Crocker and lakefront residential area when the look at the large sand mining operation by Florida Rock IndustriesInc. showed them the mechanics of the mine,which operates 24-hours a day.WalltoWall .
Asst. Foreman Frank Geisenberg, last of the usable deposits of sand north of Keystone Height on S.R.21.
who gave plenty of patient answersto have been removed.
the inevitable questions about the "This is going to be some beautiful
mining process,which they estimatewill lakefront property when we are
continue: for the next eight years finished," Crocker said. "I wouldn't Adopt the pace of nature
before the site is exhausted. mind having a piece of it myself,the :her secret is patienco.
"We have recently hit a new,hard soil here is very fertile my wife -Ralph Waldo Emerson
bank of sand on the north end of the uses the white sand in her gardenand
range," Crocker told the studentsand gets some great tomatoes."
their teachers. "This should extend 4-
the amount of time we can mine --=..
here at this site considerably over 1 Carpet I
our previous estimates.CrockCTrwhtrruns ." WAltlaIOIJS ? 1I I .. .
\ '''hUrinine-with- .
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an exceptionally high safety record' ( Monday-Saturday if).dm -6 pm .;: ...- -'-,;:;
and high productivity rates, ( Payment
demonstrated sand separation 417 Edwards Road Starke 964-4071 No Down
process, where the sand is pumpedinto As Cash
a filtration tank and separatedinto (Blue Bldg. across the street from Bradford Square) 90 .

"coarse"and "fine" grades for .
different applications.After Day Every Pair Day'I
being separated and washedof .... ,
clay, sticks, stones and other ,
undesirable elements in a huge tank, Vas/ Qty 7 5Q2NjgHER ,''fti; ''
where rushing water is used to sink
the heavier objects and bring pure
sand to the surface,the cleaned sandis Carpet RemnantsRoom
loaded into trucks.
Each truck is then weighed on a C
huge scale a process which
fascinated the fourth-graders, and = Q \_ 9 West
then trucked to wherever there are I
paying customers waiting with a "
building project. The remaindergoes a aat sk C W' Co K
to the concrete and cement
making factory in Jacksonvillewhere
it is processed.The Size $99
pumping and drilling opera-

Patray Wins Jax I.- CWINA From 4 yd.

Racquetball Title lOO's to choose from

Marcus Patray of Starke won the RestaurantMandarin
boys 10 and under singles title at the FinancingAvailable
Racquetball Tournament this past Szeehuan: Cuisine
weekend at Racquetpower in
Jacksonville. 964-7681

Marcus defeated Jacksonville'sJeff 1900 N. Temple Ave.. US 301 N (To-Rcrj Mete!)
Miller 15-14 and 15-13 to win the
Marcus is currently ranked 5th in We Are Now Open to Serve You
the 10 and under division in Florida.
Next tournament for Marcus will be Open Monday Friday

in June when he competes in the Lunch . . . 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Southeastern Junior in
Sarasota. Regionals Dinner . . . 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Saturday . . . 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

LCCC RegistrationFor Sunday . . Lunch 12 noon 2:30 p.m. 3A/I/

Summer Term Dinner 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. r

Schedule Set

Registration dates for summer :JIIa.a.: .

terms at Lake City Community Col- la..................s..ses.s..ss.eesees..e.eees.es
lege are as follows: : STAINrZHRelease
Term B-May .Wednesday : COUPON
Term C-June 7..............Wednesday
Term D-July .Thursday i: Special! Carpet Cleaniiig .

The Register's Office continuously .
summer registrations
for all summer terms through July 9 : $ 95 : b----- _
which is the beginning of Term D. rte. s 9 2 room minimum : .-

,;ttty steam or shampoo :
S&S Food Stores "we Move Tin Fumiiun"
Senior Citizen & Military Ducountt .:
Begin Miracle Network 1 199

Fund RaisingOn Special: Sofa & Chair '29.95 : Carpet *.yd.
S&S Food Stores and
April 1st :
Warranty)Customer action :
their will begin fund rais-
employees *
ing projects for the children's : money-back guarantee. : Scotchgard
Miracle Network Telethon. S&S is : Professional service with a : Stain Release InstalledWith
again the local sponsor. : touch. Christian :
For 12 weeks the employees will personal Resists Soiling FHA
work in their spare time on various oriented company.Please .
for the Reduces Static Approved Pad ,
projects Pediactric raising money at Shands i .'. 0 0 ._ .
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Hospital in Gainesville.All proceedswill -
.. 964-4485
go directly to the Pediatric Programs Call s.1, Teal Tile &
at Shand Hospital at the Carpet
University of Florida.All Complete Janitorial Service Available :.
S&S Food Store locations Including 131 N. Cherry Street Starke
the Lake Butler branch will Rite-Way Carpet Cleaning Co. : -
have cannlsters on their checkout 9647423I
counters so S&S customers can be ....................................................J
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kith Different and Same., GED Test. For further information call 964-6150.

The deadline for registering is June 19, 1987.
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amouri! CDnm CtemttrXt ... Wltb1II8DY etnJdrcn growing
.arda:iI8DQIIIIIt Jllilr2IL Rpm> :thong all their lifts i in the a-
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11I1II7: oll-.Ii b die r ntlsdII1Te. tnmty' Otff haw to see farm .\ "
.. IB) AOISe1 KnnnU*.Animal: maintained at Li
U!>M Elnntf JL.,t L rt ail llllltdleaIdIQI me Bum wills particular care to ... 1 1:00 p. m. 6:30 p.m.
/Y I_. s-aa tlttla .. aettttKM type*of animate that are I.
mat rmMlirm7WWQBD I IBII;. only petted orbandleorfl.mdbegabo ,,/ 3:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m.
autIl5 muedgpm fltthesollthmmaseRSaadheaslmtr& showed Union Counn -. .. _, --
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flB BUUBCI BBJTi + a dt....._._._ ttjauftr wtodfc left many of them Thomas Ldndberg
saii!.hut dt ails. .tlaln a HBOC.TSte wonting tn>viai. tt> nr. 8:15 p.m.
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in x type of IJBqJe+ IbIwR vMnB2ti Hi
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there >m.".also am offimdlChurch. -Ji-ft-... U.S. Choice Beef : : .. e Over 10,000 Unbeatable low Prices

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think government,said Lmdtoerg.landberg enntfflter' n tt i Lower Total Food Bill
said tHnrf ifaej, IIIIilM Specialty Departments
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Bradford-Union Students Win Awards at Johnstown Baptist : il

Ohhtstaednng! scholar were
IbIlRUJlld! rtnetoy. May: 29'r at the sun 03ecttiSmdfiirta.. :
Jtotasojwn)BbpCat!Church Christian ::5pIciaI imnignflsm .tot I
:Saint outttirte( Lake Butler during stan fI6 tribe SKttotfd I .
lUbe annual. Scholastic Award chard wA nk ta Uactotmf die l' I IIUUIICIIMn.
canntmnnU1\ ) I
Tnte prtwaOe.church owned school r Lower Learning; Center I
w Bwaradi am SB-nil: between Lake Su Mm*. Jams
Dumbsam*! KMtertft. The school is Tiivwol4, Miaxdaa. JIGnL Bimmce8uaby.
naill( witfe only' about 2t students .
oat aitttauKik 1 they had no senior 11 .....nuilllC CenBerSuperaatendent
KPartunDSS chift year, trophies were ac Mr*.E5wrtljis B-
wmantjfedl l outstanding students awe Olbs.'/ DMtoa
JIll amims scttolastur and Bible sub- ,j1 Taylor amend Wa CJInda.8Juud
JIdh Ij .

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the flwuyouatnters Lower Learning tttrf:'graduate Center.. which from '

inuUidb -flHury( ar'old preschool and
(fiiw! year oik*kindergarten: students I 1.A % s rOut
Bttrteacai BUwwiawortlt: oC Union
tCnuitty<<: and! Lorraine Curtner of
Btaartfloir County both: >) graduated f
henna kinder garem and will be attending Patient
: first! grade next year at
Jltttmrtnwm. y l le

ScnfCopre MemorizationEaxrlfe -.. 4

: mxmflfc!" students at Monday Friday
JtannBtawm Chmutuani School:are re-
certain Bible By Mr''' r ea..fBrndford
figured Oat memorize --- -
sumptlures! .:St uten1swfamemorlxedalt
\the urnniurwi!scriptures perfectly Upper Learning Center...

anr.:: fflaaOB fflagget!* Tina Busby, Students la grades 1-12 at Johnstown Baptist Church Christian Schoolare (Middle row, I-r) Daniel Varnes. Jessica Trowell. Keith lfalTi.... Hospital
Ta fuml dlli g.J1"'Star" : Le& : 'Shelll Franke Amy Allen, Tina Busby.Julianne AUrn. E-Cats Stn..*
tr.. Orystill! Thornton and (Back row l-r) Stephen Redding Heath Baggett, Kyle Starling '. (Front row, I-r) Leo Taylor.Darrell Varnes,Crystal ThornC-.Tammy
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Facer anrf liveyear aid Kindergarten students al Johnstown Baptist sey Clancy, Donald Shadd.
hunch: CnmMiMii: !ScftimC 10 Posftnan TKnemrnnost I Q t tf
I irzCHiwUe Kindergarteners who were graduated to first grade Friday night are: q t
MI_. : 'Mvpheiuioni. Chris Trowell. Tina Spangler, Amanda Lorraine Curtner and Rebecca Bloodsworth.
Varn.M_ fMwCurtnr: : ,Rebecca Bloodsworth Shawn Thomas, LindA -

ILnsnse. ReO- Sd $, -.- __ .I $188

3 nit t.lIIU"mamedI an averagenff'tfuiMTattHve
ffleyear.\ .They-are-
Burouti BftumuMni. 9fv q.\ Heath Baggett From one room to whole house
!KTJL rtrysttal) Thnrntore! 972; Leo
cooling Is
!rayilir: 911R; Darrelll: Varne 96.4. your
Dims\ etutnjv! !!Iii Stephen\ Redding
9li.L Koala HLunruwre! 95il and .r A/C
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JIotiHltai UnoIII 95i
Unawr P eli_.
t dune jaiXuB nC*earned!an average '< .
nff WMft Bar meThq are: ,' ,
t. Carrier tfQln,
IDhniHd Wares !9Wt .lyleStarling ,"
M.*.Sfinttiwll 11taggeU188.9tCrrlificIIlC" I : : .

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Mrdbwll B' tcjeni wa awarded a J
asirmeiaaw! ail achievement! for corajjkttmg ndANNIVERSARY "
lute most! pace-K Pace. are
amsnmitls nf learning with tests, at 280 Ib. Capacity Space Saner
tithe end!at eacttL JConael completed
Convenient Kitchen Size
!MI1JaIt i.
Law TTajlhir !irecnvedl the eer-
mffiuaW flair nue masc perfect scores
IUD pdces4 Law completed!! W and ) 995995 -
amimtl82 J ptttbat score! (
fI !aith i Baggtttai earned! the award 1
farBltte I headingffeatlkreadeverysenmum r
ecquured! for a KW percent .


Sahtastur award! winners in F 1 FREE REFRIGERATOR
gp-utkw Bait at*fallows:
Ctrf-ittdl DhnmBoro received! the Textured Steel Doors
fern pltxte. award in made wide an
jnevartw oil 90(1 and! Leo Taylor
mwiHKwil Urn second! place trophy $438
with are;awaerage of 9ft 8U lrNe-
lens Ojijilnir!: eacnedl me first place 0y -
ttorijitisf! ire Siwinil: Studies wills a 99 5 e -
anvrauwaia4 Krusfthrrwonwantheswtiwd IN "HUR: Ffcl. a M..L Sta.Ta2 '
wink 9&L
'lltUllmn\l1d1Ctlll tamed) the first

jllutw MitmuH ttmpHy phase in trophy Cng nrti went with: >)by a 97.Ito*, f A SPECIAL..ANN\VERtAR.'l, SAlEfIII I Gas Grills ELECTRIC

Emtnr wittt an awerage-(9Z.L. AUTOMATIC WASHER
Etfairaffiannaoni/ > won tlte trophy; : for
teat place un snenoe will a 9t.3aeeratpeatdCl
+#smf Thornton eanvrf t o/o
atif!sucnnoJ UP ttmphy: with 9XA.
'mnuiffiuto>)i'won first place in want "-'I o ENTIRE cTacK.7i .
Ibuill1nlC will a 9HiT average and*
5b th n BErttttn g received second
place mitts a!951&
Stephen: tedtflng received firstplbxv .' .r Lrr'T.
un Bible reading: will a !90.ft
and Ulna Bkuttty received second!: -rl ,_ J __ l i ,.." .\. .1

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gaeidni and SCettaett! Baggefll were : 1edOnts
floe"that wnuttws in grades.T-IX eans-
une !wwHiall first and! second place .
(tmtonuKS un c different!JU lat5.it9dM $298
BIigg erf won first place in ,
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win sMimnl plate. win '1..%. HealTh .
mum trig in Swiai Studies with 98.1SDonnKll
yet earned second with 54" & 4 SaarF
IIIIlS. Heacm! won fine place us
fipue with ago and Bfichart wan
Mnmatjdranartinig wtml9ltl&. Ttttglf .... imm .
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earned!first place inginptm lIP lt6ssl pit F
LiMvaCurr witttai K5 Iledspsriayilrstle .
auiexpr and! md ell BaggeOI won l/N112
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1f3II1 Hil!first place m>science
wtnhicfsing JttcttaeHeatrneif MC IdIJiliotIl' : 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7791
wttli r1I Z. HOURS: Mo t..f'rL on-Spm.satw/u'a_a4ee
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F y'Arrested, to Face Drug Charges I

After receiving complaints of Daring toe March of the home

numerous teenagers purchasing sc. nU tejpp and coffee can of In the 1600s by some estimate, the average American
marijuana from a home north of urtjoona were taken from the ,
_lfa gave birth to 13 chlldr.n.Country.
Starke on US-301,Sheriff Dolph Red- Moe a* weD as other marijuana
dish stated that his department fnaI.In' Ite mattress in a
opened an investigation which led to be I t* awd several cups witbpIa
the arrest of the Sumner family liv- d ands that bad Just been '
ing in the residence approximatelyone watered Cram another room I in the Carpets RanT
mile north of Starke. Cgrpet
reEdesoe' :, of Roll
Those arrested were Clarence The S.-i.were placed in the quet Alwayt
Alex Sumner,46, his wife Martha W. costody of the Bradford County Jail Vinyl Starke In SlockFooturing
Sumner, 45, and son John David charged with felony amounts of
Sumner,19.They were charged with urijoau. At their first appearance 1640A South Walnut Street (US 301 South)
possession of more than 20 grams of ,I bond was set at$2.000 by 964-6108 964-6154
cannabis.A Jod0r George Pierce who issued the
search warrant on the Sumner search warrant.Mrs. DO IT YOURSELF SUPPLIES
home was executed by sheriff's ..-VS was released on her
deputies, Doug York, David .4frMt ..
.rl ,,, *reeegmzaoce her husband andreeasedi
Aderholt and Don Denton, Wednes- '-r' '- so*were after cash bonds OUVO OUPoNrff.O
day, May 27. were posted. <<,\ v at C4.RPET
Sheriff Bedduh said that the arrest
M1 ef Uw Sorttners brings the totalIs j;+r't FIBERS
fuflecw people charged with drug
ti atttaats in the post two months in
ACT Test June 15 ,95.I Bradford County on a total of fifty : Philadelphia, World, Galaxy, Congo-

At Starke CenterAny some counts oil drag related offenses 'bum Anso IV & most other malor brands.
,ilaftst gated and charged by
new student planning to tT' tas department.
take full time classes at Santa Fe **Tto*department is continuing to See Jams Charles R.O. or Cindy
Community College should take attack the drag scene" said Beddtsh for complete Sales, Service & Installation needs.
the ACT Test to be administeredat whs-further stated the recent
the Starke Center on June 15. arrests<< and will Noun
charges Free Estimates
certainly ( ) 'ZtiK
The test will at ,
begin promptly reduce the and sale of illegal 9GO: .11I *
6pm. There is no charge for the Mastercard & Visa
Test, but the student must fill out drags m county. __

an application to the College Financing Available .. ,
prior to taking the ACT -

SFCC Starke Center i FREE Spinal Exam N

Sets Summer Schedule u

Registration for Summer B Term FREE
classes in Starke is underway daily i Moving X-Ray Demonstration
from 8 a.m. .at the Santa Fe

Community special evening College registration Starke Center.A will. Pot Sales Slowed in Bradford... II At Accident Centers of America, we specialize in I I

be held Tuesday evening, June 16. The pot found in a home on l'S-361 _a.Mt te UM.f fat)-cwt M, : cSagnosi-ng and treating accident injuries auto, .., ,
The short six week Summer Term Bradford County Deputy Doug York UMWM fttmimimf hags.f marijuana II. home. work and sports. So when you hurt, you'll IM
offers classes in Art Appreciation, evidence seized lad week fa a hrate rt**f Start** Betted approximately discover we have revolutionary new ways to find oM {
Introduction to Social Science, 24 ounces. The marijuana Ikat -a. f-'I.' .die rr.ile.oe
Psychology of Adolescence, College was selling for f 100 an ounce. outwhyyouhwt. I
Composition, Business Writing, Art According to our investigation" the"M_a4 P.f.persti.i au.I N L&. Vldeoffuoroscopy, "Moving XIlay"that N
Fundamentals, Software Applica for 80 to 90 percent of the pot being told t.Bradford Iligjk 5dIoMI str4sts, can see injuries most x-rays miss.
tions, Intermediate and
Algebra said Deputy York."Twentyfour /
Now, find! out hurt. Call for Free
Marriage and Family. ounce may nut surd like _lid! urijeaoa fcn* U list why you your I
Summer B classes begin June 22 mount Is divided into IS and II*bag far sate\.)'- JI"PIr..)-arc F Scwnol Exam and "Moving X-Rays" demonstration 1
and end August 6. talking about alot of marijuana*said Deputy Y.... a +
For more information, call the Clarence Sumner was charged nlh a tinular.fr_*. prior Jan m I Owen Gainesville Clinic of Chiropractic { 1
Santa Fe Starke Center at 964-5382. Orange County.

Call Now 964-8018 { ; 1

Sponsoring Keystone Aero Air Club ShowThe i /.' 'i ACCIDENT CENTERS s 1lml It

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Keystone Aero Club, Inc., is J 11 ,
sponsoring an airshow Sunday, July wt IAIN. IIhl'" DOCTOR* Dr. Virgil A. Berry 1
5, 1987. This event will run from 9 TH1 anrRn nn wron*Jt ltnCMMSKMliat' rOPAVI..(.. HAS A lIGHT TO IFUSE TO PAY CANaL PAVMtNT,OR BE RflAUUBCD FOR ANY OTHER MSVICI N
at AeInAtHxRI 08"" '_ N
starting Featured events p.m. throughout the TACKLE & MARINE lr'ILSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS' -sa=aaoaa==a=acs===a=ac===mlA

day will include aerobatic airplane I
stunts, featuring Bill Hunter
(Gainesville architect) in his Pitts 307O BLANOING BLVD.
("Special, 1 elicopter rides, airplanefo'lides ((1 MU, South of 218 on Standing KU*.} financial organization can be
ultralights, radio control 282-3113 282-311
: odeJs. a display,of military aircraft '&
in tei'm'S'oflts
craft.and World War II vintage air- ability to !

Donations for the airshow will be
$3 for adults, children under 12 free Sea U* At that Boot Show produce earnings stable
with 10% of the proceeds going to a
local charity. Metropolitan Park Jacksonville moderate growth and its financial
The airshow is to be held at the
Keystone Heights Airpark, located June 6-7
off Highway 100, five miles nor soundness.
thwest of Keystone Heights."A Special Prices on All Models

cold is both positive 10% Down-Financing on the SpotS

and negative. Sometimesthe
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Teaching Children Jesus With Joy and Love

Northside Baptist Church Lake Butler Florida 32054 Telephone 904 496.2101

Date: June 7-10 Time: 7:00 p.m. The Oldest Financial Institution Serving Union & Bradford County

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ObituariesBuel : ;p :_. ...

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Burchfiield under the direction of J funeral
Home of Starke qua Card of Thanks Jeffery Lee Mangus Card of Thanks The family of pressions of sympathy in their recent
Burchfield, 77, resident
Hampton died of The kindness and sympathy of Jeffery Lee Mangus, 19, died In Beatrice Cady wishes to express bereavement.
Friday morning, Anna their appreciation for all the kind. ex- Family of Beatrice Cady
Louise in
May 29, 1987 at his home following a Muir neighbors and friends in our recent Shands Teaching Hospital !
brief illness. Mrs. Anna Louise Muir, 12, of sorrow will always remain with usa Gainesville Monday night after an .
Mr. Burchfield was born and rail Starke died Monday,June I, 1987 in *a precious memory. extended illness.
Azalea & Farm
Bradford Mora than know, the remembrances Lou-Ann Blueberry
ed In Maxine, AL and was employedby Hospital. you Mr. Mangus was born in Bradford
the United Mine for approx. 28 Born in Ha Harr NY Otcmaber. expressions of sympathy County and lived his entire life in Located off 100 South toward Keystone, take right on
years. lie was also retired from the 20, 1924, ban moved :to and kindnesses helped lighten the Union .
County.Survivors 24th follow
Inland Stell Company. Mr. Bur- Starke in OT3 from New Yvt;She. .heavy hours. wife Ante Avenue, signs or
include his ,
chfield lived in Brooksville, FL was a member of Harriman For the gifts of food, the beautiful Denise Croft Mangus of Lake Call 964-71O9 & W. will assist you Tu.*. thru Sat. 10-5:30
Methodist Church In flowers the cards and the simple
before moving to Hampton about Harriman NY
Butler his natural father, Tommy
five years ago. He was of the Baptist and a homemaker.. kind thoughts, we are deeply Thomas; Wisconsin his
faith. Survivors include her husband. grateful. of Appleton, ; U-Pick-Blueborry Season is Near
mother Parrish of
Survivors include his wife Velma Robert Muir; two sons.'Lows J. The Family Of Marilyn Wiggins
Starke; his adoptive father, Bruce Begins by June 1 1st
Muir of
Middleburg and Raymond J. Ralph Goodge
Wade Burchfield; three sons, Billy Mangus of Keystone Heights; two
Burchfield of Brooksville, Buel Bur- Muir of Lafayette.JLA on*stepson. sisters Melissa of
Put Your Item
Robert Muir of NewburQ.IC Card of ThanksTo
\ ; one
chfield of Atlanta and Ronnie Bur- and Renae Mangus of
chfield of Charleston; two stepdaughter, Marytin Bed >f East: all those that have been so kind Stare; paternal grandmother,Mrs. In Our Consignment Shop
daughters, Barbara Townsend of NorUiport, NY; mother,Louise Hall and generous to us over the past few Pauline Thomas of Lake Butler;
Sellarsburg IN and Shelby Men- Quackenbush, Monroe LA" ; one weeks,we would like to say a special maternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. "All Nature Sings of Jesus"We
chaca of Berwyn IL; two brothers, brother,T.A.Quackenbush,Monroe, word of thanks. Marvin Wiggins of Lake Butler;
Marvin Birchfield of Graysville, AL LA; one sister Barbara VT.; Brady,.! >. For all the visits,food,flowers and paternal great grandfather,Mr.T.S.
and Edward Birchfield of Houston Lake Butler, FL. we are truly grateful.A Thomas Sr. of Lake Butler. .
prayers .... .. . .
TX; one sister, Dorothy Gunn of Funeral services wOl ta 'held ,in special thanks to the staff of Archie ( '. :: .'" -.:".:' ;" :. .: __ ::' :: : :: .- ..",: : : ; ,. .c.. ',
Houston; 12 grandchildren and Highland Mills NY Friday June 5. Tanner Funeral Home for all Funeral services were held r
seven greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1987. Burial will be in the Cemeteryof their help and kindness.It Wednesday, May 27, in Archer the Way People Live
services were conducted the Highlands, Highland Mills; is never easy to lose a loved one, Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Change
Monday, June 1,at the chapel of Ar- NY with local arrangements Under but all the love and support that you Melvin Owen officiating. Burial was
chie Tanner Funeral Home with the direction of Jones Funeral have shown us has made it bearable. in Dekle Cemtery in Lake Butler FOR LESS
Rev. Benny Beckum officiating. Home. Sincerely, under the direction of Archer

Burial was Tuesday, June 2 in Kenneth Charles Crews The family of James L. Waters Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Brooksville, FL with Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Kenneth Charles Crews; SO, of Today Housing Center &
arrangements. Lake City died Monday afternoon at
his residence after a long illness. sr

Sheena Marie NormanMrs. Born in Waycross GA Mr.Crews DeRose Industries Inc.
moved to Lake City in 1948.He was a ,
Sheena Marie Norman, 26, veteran of the Korean War-nd served Lake City, Florida
resident of Starke died
Friday mor-
the US Navy.Mr.Crews' owned
ning, May 29, 1987 at Alachua and operated the Crews Gulf Service OFFERS THE
General in .
Hospital Gainesville.Mrs. Station on US 90 East and wUky'a, SPECIF'
Norman born and raisedin
was forced
Liquor Store until ill health
Bradford County and attended his retirement.He was of BEST PRICES: IN THE INDUSTRIES
Bradford schools. She of
the Baptist County faith and was employedat was faith; a members* M,t.IIe'r.ei*_.*.*,. Don't Wait
No. 624 and also> a m.iP
Pizza Hut at the time of her death.
. Survivors include her husband, American Legion Post No. W.;.. 24' x 44' DOUBLE WIDE
Survivors include his Janis
James Norman wife for 1OO
Gary ; one son Gary Benz Crews two TemperaturesBeat
James Norman II(; two stepchildren of, Crews and Scott; "Bear"sons Crews, Rodney;Owe 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath Today Housing Center
Keri and Jason Norman, both
step-sons Mark and Matthew For- SALE PRICE '15,900
Starke; mother, Mrs. Barbara Cor- thofer the Heat witha 1 Shingle Roof
one step-daughter. Marsha
bin; one brother, Randy Corbin; Forthofer, all of Lake City; three .1 Masonite Siding Reg. Price . . 17,900
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Dolly
Corbin of Starke. brothers, Cecil Crews and Hugh POWER/MISER .1 Special Exterior Appl. Factory Rebate . 2,000
Crews, both of Lake City and James"Jim"
Fur.eral services were held Sunday Crews of Dallas TX; two Vaulted Ceilings thru SALE PRICE 15,900
May 31, 1987 at Hope Baptist
Church with Rev. David Weyand of sisters, Mary Frances Davis and by lllNTERTHERrA/ .1 Total Electric DOWN PAYMENT 2,000
Marjorie Faye Gill, both of Lake CJ-.
Burial in
Lake ficiating.Cemetery with was Archie Kingsley Tanner ty; one grandson. *.. Local Financing .1 Furnished BALANCE . 13,900 |
Funeral services will be held at 11
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
a.m. Thursday in the giggr Available 1 Appliances and Payment.

arrangements. Memorial Chapel with fUv.. J.8. Central Air Units w/Approved Credit Much, Much Morel 10% APR 15 Yre. 1 5 9mon.h

Lacey James Norman "Tank" Ogburn and R v.. Hugh for
Dampier officiating Bur"a will be Mobile 2/ Ton -
Lacey James Norman, 80, of in Forest Lawn Memorial
Homes-Call for WE NEED
Lawtey,died Sunday,May 31,1987 in Arrangements are under the duree.tion .. $1144

Alachua brief illness.General Hospital followinga of Archie Tanner FuntraJ. > ..Home. Your Free USED HOME EVER
of Starke. -
Barn in Clay Hill, FL on October Survey Today! Installed
17, 1987, Mr. Norman moved to Card ofThanks" TODAY
Law ley and became a lifetime resident '
of the Lawtey area. He was a We would like tb..tp cprass outf'* Sane Stcttptatf "ft/itA Saw jer HOUSING.m.
member of First Baptist Church in thanks to each and .*v
Law tey and a retired forester with your remembrances SAWYER ** .
Gilman Paper Company. flowers, cards, food words of"en- rI
couragement and the contributions arm '- "We Sell Price, Quality and Serv"ice" "-'
made to the Keystone Height Christian GAS & APPLIANCES
Survivors include one son and Church building fundT, CALL US TODAY ,
daughter-in-Iawl.arry Norman and 332 W.MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
These shall always"0 be .LakcClty
eraldine of Lawtey-;... three *' *. 755-0606
remembered 8s.yvoii helped Jfeawu a HOURS M-S Bam- Sprr OPEN SATURDAY
roUlersO 1 Wt atetiti8& Stfftifttt
-ourioss.a xJ iJiii ..b.I/P2ji
of Lawtey ana Doc Norman orMl'ddleburg =
; four sisters, Ona Hardee Raymond fUMtf.*iI> .
and Callie Griffis of Highland, Avie
Austin of Lawtey and Iris VanZantof (lfB )
Card of
Callahan; 3 grandchildren and 2 \

greatgrandchildren.Funeral i The family of Crawford L.HittM

services were held in would those who like to gave express flowers their thanks food and te fJVW fJVW (I(IJ ( cE5ll (IJ fIJ] (I

First Baptist Church of Lawtey comfort during our sorrow. .-.
Wednesday, June 3, 1987 with Rev. Also, Rev. Bud Hilt ndAjctMr
Charles Starling and Rev. E. C. Funeral Home. Our inoprj wapkfv -.r

Harvey conducting the services. ,,
Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery ':)J
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LCCC Offering Small .- /" ';'.

Business Course June 8. '. '

A seminar entitiled "Fundamentals and investigate as you go about.
of) Starting and Operating a New establishing your buai..... The soa s. HALNUT ST.
Business" will be offered in a two- seminar will address.ucj IJ) topics a* I_" '
part series in Lake Butler at the- general management, accounting. STARKE, FL 32091
Union County High School. and marketing. -
The first session will begin Monday This course is being offered by the
June 8 at 6:30: P.M. until 9:30 Small Business Development Centerin
P.M. The second session is scheduled cooperation with the Lake City
for Tuesday, June 9, beginning at Community College and the SmaU
6:30 P.M. and ending at 9:30 P.M. Business Adminstration. A registration
The objective of this course is to fee of $10 will be required and '
provide you, as a prospective pre-registration is encouraged.Please FReSeJ'lcrsR@JYdf1JD
business owner, with a checklist of call (904) ?2ISU fpr:more. in-
subjects that you need to consider formation. .



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SECTION June 4, 1987

2 Inmates Indicted for Fatal Stabbings

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A Bradford County grand jury Indicted Green Cove Springs.The handcuffed and being escorted by Moore was stabbed 27 times then p..i.i.i..i..i.i..i.o\.ooo................0-0.......................,:.,........._.................I.I.I.......:.....u..:.:...:..........uu..u..u.uu..u.......:...n.:..............i..:.....:..................\....:'.:,.I:'.:'.;::.;:...;...;....;.....!;..,.,.;.'.;.'.;.'.;.oor".m::
two inmates for two unrelated victim Mario Dugues,31,was two correctional officers.
thrown over a third-floor railing to a :::: :;
.. fatal stabbings at Florida State stabbed five times in the back and Moore was walking In front of the concrete floor. Christian turned his ::,:::: Cleopatra'sUpholstery : :::
... Prison this year. upper torso. Dugues was a refugee officers with his hands cuffed behindhis knife over to a group of officers ;f:;,
Doy James Christian 34, and from Mariel in Cuba serving two life back when another inmate sud- without further trouble & Auto Trim f 1 1
Lazario Inclan Alemany 30 were indicted terms for robbery and burglary denly ran up from behind the trio Shop
_ last Thursday May 28, for from Dade County. along a third-floor catwalk in one Christian Is serving a 30-year ::i 304 E. Call Street Starke ::
first-degree murder. Alemany is serving a life sentencefor prison wing. sentence for a 1976 robbery and i''' ......
Alemany's indictment stems froma a Dade County robbery with a Moore started running when he firearms conviction. The victim :::::: Opening I June 8 :.:.::.;:.::
stabbing on the floor of the prison firearm. He has been in the system heard the inmate who pushed aside Moore was serving a 20-year '":;: e Free Estimate e Free Delivery '
gym on March 25 as about 140 in- since 1982. the two officers Moore slipped and sentence for charges that included m M1
mates gathered to watch a basket- The other Indicted inmate, Chris- fell and at that point the other Inmate battery of a police officer Both of
ball game between the prison team tian, allegedly attacked InmateA caught up with him and star- their convictions were in Palm m GRAND OPENING l
and a visiting semi-pro team from rwi Moor on M..v 7"" INfnnr WII" tint fltnhhinR him. Beach County.
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Change of Pleas Heard in Circuit Court serving. ....:.\;:,<.;,.*:,.:..IIi.l.II.,1.1.1..,1.:.::....:,'.:'.....;.......;.:...;....;..;:.......................:...................;...................:'..'..:...:...:..:.":.:,.:..:...;.'.;....;...".II......:...:...:...:..........''"I.-.:.
The following defendants appeared Jail time is to be followed by four Tony Anthony Williams was
before Judge Osee Fagan years probation. sentenced to DOC for 18 months for
May 26 to enter change of pleas Lawtey Correctional inmate Em- violation of probation for resisting IN THESE MODERN TIMES. .
and/or for hearing of violation of mitt James was found in violation of officer with violence. DOC time will
probation in Bradford Circuit Court. probation for inmate In possession of be followed by three years proba-
Inmate Rodney Green was contraband to-wit: drugs and was tion.
sentenced to the Department of Cor- sentenced to six years DOC with Making your pre-need funeral arrangements I
rections for 2V4 years consecutivewith credit for six months sentence is to
Is more than a convenience -
sentence now serving after he run concurrent. t
pled no contest to a charge of Introduction James Jenkins found in violationof June 1 it is almost a necessi
of contraband. probation for trespass in an occupied John Lee Brown was adjudged I.
structure was ordered con- guilty of attempted sexual battery ty.
Daniel Mozell Anderson was tinued on probation with special con- by use of force and/or violence not 4
sentenced to one year in the Brad- ditions added get current with likely to cause serious personal Injury Why postpone making ar '
ford county Jail with credit for time payments and get a job immediateIv and was placed on five years .s
served for burglary of a structure. rnntimip with olrnhnl treatment. probation and fined $200 plus costs. rangements for your funeral- :

Call us or come by for the _r

plans that are available.

. Starke Police Increase School PatrolSeveral I I.

arrests have been made 31 next to the cafeteria at Bradford Those arrested have been charged
this past week as part of an increased High School according to Sgt. W. C. with trespass on school grounds, a JONES FUNERAL HOME
patrol of area schools and Reno. He also was released after a misdemeanor punishable by up to L
grounds by the local authorities. $500 surety bond was posted. one year in jail and $1,000 fine.NNDOCIN 514 Nona Street Starke 964-6200 Hwy 100 & Cypress St.. Keystone Hot3. 473-3176
"Vandalism is so widespread in .
our educational buildings,we are detaining -- -
anyone we find on the gounds
without lust cause" according to .
Captain Richard Bennett.
Arrested May 31 at Southside ORlAN WELLS
Elementary was Chris Eric Hall 18,
of Starke and two juveniles accor-
ding to Patrolman M. D. Spears. CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
Hall was released after a $500 surety I
bond was posted. I
Jerome Lee 24, was arrested May

Bradford Rescue Yb

Makes 120 Runs
During Month of May *r w *m mr

Bradford Rescue responded to a & ALL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
total of 120 calls during the month of
May according to Supervisor Cliff
Chapman. EX 't'ng
Seventy-two of the calls requiredthe AMERICAN
transporting of 76 patients,while Payments of
48 required no transporting. Three
runs were made by the back-up unit FOOD BARFor 19500 *
and one patient was transported by .. .
StatFligh ,.
The majority of the patients, 51, a real treat try our FOOD BAR. You will per
a were taken to Bradford Hospital. find of
Seven patients were taken to a variety meats vegetables salads I mo.

Alachua General Hospital five to desserts and Ice cream bar to suit your s Exc.
Shands and two to North Florida _
Regional Hospital all in Gainesville.Two taste at a GREAT PRICE . . '3.99 Tax,
patient were taken to the Camaro Sport Coupe
Meat Items at Our Food Bar: Fish, Baked Chicken. Chopped
Reception Medical Center and Tag & Title I
three to Lake Butler Hand Clinic. Sirloin & Gravy, Smoked Sausage, Chicken Livers, Barbecue
One to Humana in Orange Part and Chicken. Lasagna Fried Chicken. Roast Beef and Cloth Bucket
one to the Veteran's Hospital in Lake Meat Loaf. Seats, Tint Windows, Air, Rear Spoilers, AM-

City. FM, V-6, Auto. Trans., P215 Radials, SN 2599
Twenty-nine of the calls were to illness -

suffered related trauma patients.and another Seventeen six suf- Or try our full menu for the

fered trauma resulting from vehicle A Young Man's Dream For
accidents. .
Best Steaks Around!
Six calls were to cardiac patients
eight were suffering fron $
respiratory problems three were to Bstwssss 1000 Lb. Payload Pkg. 9 5
overdose victims and two calls were AM Radio
to obstretic patients.
Three calls were to standby at TVcstcrn stcctzSTMKIIOUSB 4 Speed 4 Cyl.
structure fires one call was to a gun- tssssi. t Power Brakes & More per mo.*
shot wound victim one person had l
emotional problems and two people o
were dead when the unit arrived.
Eight calls were cancelled and
seven were false alarms. ,US 301 S 964.8061I'


The quick response unit respondedto
three calls. Two were to brush
fires and one was a vehicle fire ac- > > Be Wise. .
cording to Chapman. 1
Marriage Divorce May S-10 Tahoe Pickup
/ SN 35O2
Stop SS BenefitsMost *10.5 APR 60 Mo. Financing W/M750 Down

Social Security benefits to jPRICE Cash or To""lnIntroducing ,

dependents or survivors of retired the All New
disabled or deceased workers end if l
the person divorces or marries. A.
Glenn Moore Social Security 88CK10 PICKUP'
manager in Gainesville said recently. -

But Moore said, there are excep- Early Calvert .. Gordon
tions to this rule. Benefits will con-
tinue unchanged for widows and Times Extra Vodka
widowers including surviving (A
divorced spouses who remarry at 60
or older and to disabled surviving F> S LTR. LTR : ?s LTR
spouses who remarry at 50 or older.
Benefits to a child will end If the $799 Yo9-
839 1659o
child marries. Checks to a spouse
benefits on the record of a rr
retire or disabled worker will end if
the marriage ends in divorce unless
the spouse is 62 or older and the mar- -
riage lasted 10 years or more. : Can Be Yours For
Checks for a widowed mother or
father getting benefits because she .
or he is caring for an entitled child $233
will stop if the mother or father = Christian This is NOT a reskinnecf truck!

remarries.Another exception provides that if Beefeater Lauders I Brothers | New Suspension New Chassis New Drive Line, .

/ an otherwise eligible person getting Gin Scotch Brandyt Large Cab area, Smooth Ride and Much Morel! per month
I benefits as a widow widower or ",-

'(i adult person disabled who also in childhood gets one marriesa of theseSf' 750 uuoetisuoaa LTR x 730E979 3.9 % GMAC Financing On All

benefits, he or she can continue to

//rl.. get Benefits benefits.will also continue if a person $799 5675 1987 & 1988 Pickups
-'t receiving benefits as a widowed $=:=
: I mother or father or adult disabled in
childhood marries a person disable
rr benefits as a retired or

A retired or disabled worker's mile( North of Starke on US 301PATRICKS
benefit is never affected if he or she PEN
marries or o
More Information about how PUB & PACKAGE I
divorce marriage or remarriage Keystone Heights 7 Days A Week 473-9727 U.S. 301 North \ I

affects Social Security benefits can 100 Yds North Open 100 on Hwy 21 North iG'vIlle372-0103 Starke .9647500Pages J xt 22
be obtained at the Gainesville Social
Security office located At 930 N.
Waldo Road. The telephone number
t' for Bradford County is 964-5063.



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June 4,1987 B SECTIONStarke

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Area Classified Ads -'II


still! und.r full warranty, buying on'87 YOUR BUSINESS

Polaris whit w/black accent, silver- Ii. 2 IA IRICK VENEER HOMI with YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOI WANT TO STOP rWiU'Jar ""

grey Interior v.ry sporty. AM-FM fireplace and garage on 3 acre. STORE choose from Jean/sportswear THAT'S OURS {
(tereo cassette, AC five-speed. New Beautiful home. United Realty ofSlark. ladle apparel, men, children/mater AIcohollClYmou.. ; 'REALTYPHONE
I $13.500 Asking 8500. Call 964-6305 .. 964.8447 or 4733627. 3/26 tfn nlty, large sties. petite, 9564150.9446211pdthru ;
or 4734380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn dancewear/aerobic bridal lingerie or 1/15
2 BR, 1 IA with 2-cor garage. Perfect for ,
171 DODCI MAGNUM $500 or best of- retired couple. Easy walking dlitanca accessories tore. Add color analysis.' CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free
fr. 4311050. 5/21 4tchg 6/11 to new shopping center. 29999. Call Brands: Lit Claiborne, Gasoline, estimate Handy-Man Fence Co '
CADILLACS. MERCEDES Porsche, sic. 964.5606,1/30 tin Healthtex, Levi Lee, Camp Beverly Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn 964-7776
direct from Gov rnm.nt. Seized In Hills, St. Michele, Chous, Outback Red HANDYMAN painting electrical '
:< GAINESVILLE For Sale or Trade carpentry 205 N. Tem l., Stark I ICecelia
drug raids. Available your area. Save Beautiful Genetls, Forenia Organically Crown complete horn repair. -
i 4 BR, 2 both" double garage I
$thousandt. 216.453.3000. Ext. A4259. with pool. Beautiful yard. Own.r financing over :2000 other. Or $13.99 One Price Reasonable rate Licensed contractor. :
5/28 2lpd 6/4 Designer, Multi-tier pricing discount or Call Mitch. 413.3940.1/9Hn
4 with AC. at 8'/i% with 1/3 down. $88.900. Terwlllegar
197 DODGI OMNI. speed
13711128.521 41pd 6/11 family shoe store. Retail pricesunbelievable FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates
Clean. $1350. 964 8478. 6/11 pd for quality shoes normally licensed Insured and bonded. All
MOVI TO YOUR LOT, 2 bedroom 1 bathhouse
1977 CADILLAC body rough no title, 473.7721.6/4ltpd priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 type of roofing and repair 485-1556 THE MOVERS & SHAKERS
$200. 9648662. 6/4 Itchg brands 2600 styles $14,800 to $26.900: or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg
CAR FOR SALE I 1983 Cutloil Cololl. Excellent fixtures WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and
Inventory training grand LIKE TO MOVE
condition. Must tee to appreciate. REAL ESTATE opening airfare, etc. Can open 15 freezer In my hop. I buy sell or trade
Coll Randall after 6 p.m OUT OF AREA days Mr. Loughlln ((612)) 8886555. Itpd used appliances. 496-2090. 12tfn WHERE THEY CAN SHAKE
7823500.6/4 Itpd
6/4 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makescleaned
1973 FORD TRUCK In good. running con LONG DISTANCI TRUCKING nor. oiled and adjusted $13. Used
dition. $900 080. 964 5378. 6/4 Itchg COUNTRY STORI ON US 1*, Erldu op thAmerlcan Van Line n..d.own.roporalor.11I sewing machine for sale James PREFERRED PROPERTIES
ESTATE CARl White 4 dr. Dodge sedan, portunity to live simple' life, quiet country need Strickland Rd.and
training earner Morgan Hwy
312 V8 at, ac pt, pb new WSW newbattery town only 40 mile from we will train You will operate 16 510..... 964.8733.3/19 tfn BROOKLYN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS One of Florida'smost
new belts. Low low mileage.Mutt Talloha.*... Call Tim Peary Realtor tractor.you.If don't have JIMMY'S LAWN SERVICE 10 sere I be "-nlc view. Complete pr ft home witheveryth
your own you year
tee to believe. $1050 firm. m delre Excellent co 2hout. Every
9049974340. fcan 87-232
northAmerlcan offers a tractorpurchase vice. Call for free estimates 964.4621
964.7334.6/4 2tchg6/11 35,000 CONTIGUOUS ACRES Dixie one program that can get you OR 964.6812.4/9 chgtfn amenity you can imagine Thl,! I I. tomethlna special for that special family.

1974 CHEVY IMPALA owner well-kept County Florida. Several lake, 110 started for an Initial Investment of SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER CLOSE TO THE CENTER OF THINGS 3 BR, 2 BA, 1350 sq. ft.. AC, carpet,
mechanically good tire, radio, mile private road EXCELLENT HUNTING $1500. If you or. 21 or over and think 782-3125 carport corner 'lot fenced back yard, utility shed.

heater, AC. power 4tchg brake 6/25 and AT. I Wild boar, deer turkey you may qualify we'd like to send youa Advice on all problem of (life, business, .EVE APPEAL PURSE APPEAL 4 1/3 acre eluded, 1980 doublewlde, 3

$600.468.1559.6/4 Timber retained until harvested. complete Information package. Call love, marriage. SPECIAL this week $10 BR, 2 full bath, lot of storage, 17x35 Inground pool, fenced 500 sq. ft.
$250.00 per acre. Cain firm. Principal any weekday: TOLL FREE reading. Confidential 6/4 Itpd pool area 660 .q. ft. wooden deck. Price drastically reducedl! Anxioussellerl
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE only. 904-486-2471 2055661870. fcon 1-800-348-2191 ak for dept. 97.. fcan HOUSE CLEANER will clean your hots... I .

87-228 87.221 Good rates. Call me between 6 or 7 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY MINT CONDITION. BRIGHT t AIRY newly
I SOUTH ALABAMA FARMETTE 15 acre PIT SITTING FOR PROFIT Comprehensive evenings Work Saturdays.964-6417 or remodeled 1,720*q. ft.. CHS, 4 BR, 2 BA great room fenced yard extra
Brick, 4 BR, 2 BA, double garage, built. manual get your own business 964.8148. 6/4 Itpd closets, tool shed.
FOR LEASE: 1,000 iq. ft., 301 South next in kitchen den/fireplace atelllte, 4 going quickly economically. $19.95.
SAMPSON lAKE LOTS-OWNER FINANCED Apprex. 103'x770'. Selling
to United Realty 964 8848. 964-8447, acre open. $65,000. (C-S09)). Metcalf Ck/mo New Beginnings, 540 SE High
CAMPERS OR price $18,190 $2,000 down. 10% Interest, 10 .
or eve, 473.3627,1/16 tfnchg Real Estate Inc. ((205)) 2223142. fcan Bridge Rd.. Pinnacle NC 27043. years.'FACT .
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR RENT -87.227--. 18006262721. Icon 87.220 TRAVEL TRAILERS .NOT FICTION Super Commercial Hwy 301 N 2401 Frontage 1.5 .
Retail/office pace on Eat Call Street. Acre $37,000.'WALKING .
Will remodel Freeman Register III, PERSONALS DISTANCE 3/1. block city water 8 .sewer fenced yard. i
964.5888.6/4 Stchg 6/18 LIVESTOCKFOR 1976 SAFARI CAMPER sleeps 8. fully GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acre. CH ft A with approx.
SALE equipped.26ft..can be seen at 1150 N. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave.
LOSTFOUNDLOST ALONE?? Call BRINGING PEOPLE Clark St., or call 9645412. 5/28 2tchg HISTORIC 3.930 SQ. FT. HOME Lawtey. on 4.9 acre, completely furnished -

TOGETHER) Starke' mot respected PONY Pretty 2 old filly. Ride.bar.back 6/4 12 x 65 MH. Zoned for 3 additional mobile homes pecan trees,
All including yr.
1977. -
doting service since age BUY FACTORY DIRECT AND magnolias and azalea
because don't havea
: In the area of Sleepy Hollow senior citizen saddle.good from we stable. White SAVE 11 Lightweight, super Insulated SURROUND YOURSELF WITH NATURE Crosby Lake and Crosby Canal corn
Motel mall bull dog resembles fox, 1.800.648.4401. 4/2 tin and brown Pinto coloring. Good fiberglass travel trailer 13', 16'and 19' lot 12 x 65' MH. separate well & septic tank 2 car garage.
call 964.5006. 6/4 1 Itpd A WONDERFUL disposition and form. Would make a 9th wheel Call toll free YOUR SEARCH STOPS HERE Brooker-3 BR, 2 BA frame home on 2 lots
LOST 1 calico bob tall ( ) 1 Scandinavian European Bra.lllanHI"h 1-800-346-4962 for free brochure, fcan .
mynx cat School Exchange students arriving good pony for a child. $275. 782.3872 87.224 Close to school CH8A city water 44000.
calico cat mostly white. Both female In August Become a host family for after 6 p.m. tfnlh OWNER WILL TAKE LOSS-3 BR, 1 BA newly painted corner lot. 25000.
lost between Stork and 1.10 on 301, American Intercultural Student Exchange. ENGLISH BULL DOG PUPPIES white WANTEDI 012." ACRES Pond. Hwy 100 S.E. 24th Ave. ft Forsyth Rd. $26,000.
on May 29.904.368.7842.6/4 2tpd bull 6/11. Call 1800SIBLING. fcan AKC. 2 male and 2 female Ready June10S650 EXHILARATING VIEW Meandering Creek divide 2 high sides, SR 100W
FOUND DOG female, boston terrier 87.223 964.4982.6/4ltpd |lust over the county line, well maintained 2 stocked fish ponds .
In Therea area. Call 964-4701 SUPERVISORS ft DEMONSTRATORS 12 WEEK OLD GREAT DANE/SHEPPARD BUY HOUSES to fix up.William D.Tiffin, Inglewlde on 3.3 acres, high S dry beautiful setting
after 5 p.m. 6/4 1 Itchg GUARANTEED line In Party Plan MIX $20. 2 year old short earned 964.5065.6IIchg EGG FARM ON BAYLESS HWY 50 acre fenced S cross-fenced.3 BR. 1 BA

Christmas Item, toy & gift. Earn TOP Beagle. Love to hunt $20. Neutered PUPPY WANTED female dachshund home w/alumlnum siding. 2 trailer hookup, 4 chicken houses, fully elec
LAND FOR SALELOT COMMISSIONS A FREE KIT. Call male 9 yr*. old. need air conditioning chihuahua terrier mix Phon. Irk Owner finance. Present all offer

207-883-5893 or write: AMERICAN $50.964.4982.6/4 Itpd 782.3360.6/4 Itpd ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES .. 7 acre Minute from prison on

IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764; after HOME TOY PARTIES INC., PO Box 362 WELL TAKEN CARE OF ANIMALS FOR Hwy. 16. Great home for trailer space REDUCED.
5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn Scarboro ME 04074. Icon 87-229 SALE Pure bred white faced polled SCHOOLS UNCROWDED LIVING- 2/1 cottage. 5 I Iots-Klngley Lake Village $30.500.
WOODED LOT, LAKE VIEW Sampson WOMEN'S HALFWAY HOUSE for Hereford, 5 yrs. old, registered 1800 OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, 15000. In.plrlng5con.ry.
Lake. $2.500 or bet offer. Coll recovering alcoholic, addict Near Ibs., $850, 34 Inch miniature pallmlno. THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 19871 Guerdon doublewide-Sampson
white stallion registered with Big Jj.
1 .737-1807. 5/14 4tchg 6/4 Orlando. Individual group couniellng. Lake access Great getaway! Just reduced to $30,000. (l'
red Drive Truck I DOT Certification
4 old $400 35 Inch miniature Big
44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will divide Supportive living environment duringadjutmen yrs. ; 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both side of Brownlee Rd. Owner will finance
local.I National Job Placement
to non-addictive lifestyle. mar., born on farm 2 yr*. old $300.Zlgger
964.7771 82322. A mart Florida Investment.
10 tract
Into acre or more or
Ranch, ak for Michele, Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining.
9644537. 5/14 TFchg Non-profit. Temporary Living Center 964.6714.6/4 2tchg 6/11 Eligible Institution for Flnars.cial INVESTORS: 438 acres In South Bradford County. Partially subdivided.
((305)) 889.7758.can 87.226 Aid. Guaranteed Student loan Highway frontage close to school $1,000 per acre. Hardwood tree ,)
Call 1.800.282.8165. United Truck GRAHAM 14.50 acres $1.300 acre.
Master Resident Training: Tampa .2 COUNTRY CLUB ACRE LOTS $7,500 A 8500.

._,41,( [452--60 AC. FARM 2 story home, Florida. Hom. Office Clearwater, '2 LOTS MIMOSA $7.500 each.
I horse stalls, pecan grove, pasture AI Florida. Scan 87.233 NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development 49000. *
I more. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000. Perfect for second home. V

1447..MOBILE HOME PARK in Ocala. PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide. 50000.
[home and 2 mobiles Included. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tank. 45000. "
w... $190.000. FLORILANDW 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700. t
W ...." l427<-.. BR: 2 IA brick home on 5 I : CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385'> $1>.000. Great view -
",. (acres more New$75.900.roof, new floor coveringand 393 N. Temple Ave' $2.750 ea.

(IFOR RENT: Lovely 2 bedroom home Vernte P. Odom Broker-GRI

Ion Hall Lake, furnished. Applicationsnow

( being taken.Commercial.
.MIDDLE BURG AREA 3/2 on '/ acre.
space for rent
Owner Financing. a
Lorraine. Champion BrokerSTROUT waiting for happening call for

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDENT REALTY details.
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ERA FAULKNER REALTY. INC. 964-1931 ONE Acres.ACRI ft UP Let. Graham In A-Section

Located Hwy 301 2 Blks S. SR. 100 473-3096 } owner financing.
100 Near Keystone.Ion,
D it.VI.JJ: : 221 Lafayette Street FU 3291 $2.850 ft up term
-""* *I"""" >i .3 ACRES Front SR 100 Near
a: ....::..J h Keystone, high. OUTLAW REALTY :

.LOTAcross from Waldo Flea

L 964.5069 IB 441 W. Madison

Starke, FL 32091
RtALlOR* 964-44 9.

;: Iran L. Faulkner 964.5142 IB
Lucille .,,, 25 East Main
Spry 964.8420 .hEtfe6A. ''c MLSJacksonville
Lake Butler Fl. 32054
Bobby Biggs
964-7331 Multiple Listing fcervwe

RICHEY SUB-DIVISION: 2 building I lots, under $4,000 each. ONLY exclusive MLS agent |\ Harriett Moines, Realtor

LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 BA home excellent location. forthlBROOKERi .area 476-3978 Accelerated Realty Inc '

NW 29TH AVENUE 24 acres, part cleared part wooded. Has Get back to ,

large stocked fish pond..WESTMORELAND among nature..build the dogwoods your, redbud.next home, tall LAKE BUTLER "...0.e 964-4544 rr I

ST.: 3 BR, 1''/ BA C/B fenced yard. Has oak with flowing creek. Help *FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 BA. CH/Air

buyers protection plan. develop the community that you brick home on corner lot. Close to 1520 S. Walnut Stre.tHwy( 301 South)

2 STORY HOME plus versatile c/b building. Approx. 2,260 sq. would like to live in. : schools and shopping $40.000.. EAl10R'Stark.

ft. tone. *FOR RENT BR. I ..... frame houseon .. Florida
BROOKERt Approx. 237 acre of tree shaded lot with
screen porch.
DEERWOOD SUBDIVISION: 3 BR, 2 BA brick veneer large lot. high rolling land reasonable price. Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront

*APPROX. IV MILES past hospital. 1.21 acres has well & sep LAWTEY 125> :2 BR 1 BA 15 acre WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Farms CommercialNo

tic. plus extra septic tank 60000. .FOR SALE Mobil. home lot for '
Charge to List Your Property for Sale
HWY 301 NORTH 8.6 acres 500 ft. Hwy frontage has BROOKERi 76 acre $1500 per acre.W. rent. $75 per month. I
beautiful timber. PRATT ST.I 3/1. CH/A stove,, *FOR SALE BR. 1 BA home on nice Call and discuss it with us.
refrlg., microwave oven ceiling fan
large lot with detached
CHURCH ST. 2 building lots duplex zoning reduced $3,200 children walk to school. Reduced to corner and $53.200. (BRICK DUPLEX Each unit has 2 BR. 1BA. Llvlng-Dlnlng-Kltchen combo I
each. 35500. garage workshop I LIKE PRIVACY Complete this 2-Story Cypress Home, 5 BR. 3 BA, Large!

KINGSLEY LAKE M/H PARK Approximately I Living Room. Dining Room. Recreation Room. Front and Back Porches. I
EDWARDS ROAD Commercial building needs repairs. 153' waterfront with RAIFORD [.FRAME HOME Old Fashioned 4 BR. 2 BA. CH/A. New Carpet Apart IIment '
COUNTRY CLUB AREA Over 2 acres, building sites. ham. .FOR SALES 2 BR. 1 BA mobile home with Separate Entrance 1 BR, 1 BA. I

*MORGAN ROAD Nice 3 BR, 2 BA c/b with 15 acres. Priced to LAKE owners BUTLER Reduced for quick", f and M acre.rock MH has lot of extra Including 1.61-ACRE TRAINING FACILITY Horseman's dream. 2 BR. 2 BA Home.

sale. 3 BR. 2 BA CH4A large lot on-, .FOR SALE fireplace 1 Acre lot 24900.with septic Gourmet Kitchen Training Track. 32-Stall Barn with Office Apartment!
sell.GOLFVIEW 38000. Tack Room Feed Room. Center Aisle Concrete Block. All Board Fenced.[
: Building lots. ly $41,500 tank and well $4,000.
-ROOM FOR A LARGE FAMILY CB Home 3 BR. 2 BA. CHftA. central!
LAWTEY 2 acres with 3 BR, 2 BA priced reduced to $57.900. -
.adAA -V ,stereo/intercom rang.and dishwasher approx.2,200 sq.ft.,all on 4.49
HWY 225 ? .R. 1 BA c/b has 2 beautiful acres. J acres.

*THERESSl :A: 3 acres partly wooded with creek, Immaculate ( .WELL PLANNED BRICK HOME 4 BR. 2 BA, sunken living room formal!

2 BR, I .BA c/b. Nice fireplace. FOR SALE dining room large family room w/flreplace, large kitchen CH/A andl 1
Central Vacuum.
LAWTEY New 3 BR 1 bath on / acre. Owner financing.
Fill Dirt Top Soil 1 CHILDREN CAN ROMP HERE CB Home 3 BR, 2 ..... CH/A 1.736aq.ft..|
*7'ACRES -or will split In 3 tracts. Ion Nice Fenced Lot Close to Town.

COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 2V4 BA; cedar home. Large closets GAINESVILLE C8 Home 3 BR. 2 BA. Stove and Refrigerator AC TorOl- .

spiral stairway fireplace all kitchen appliances Included. Large or Small Loads. of Lisnerock'Tractor Iio Floors. | I I I.EASIE.
I TO KEEP UP Split Floor Plan Doublewlde. 3 BR. 2 BA, Creatj !
LAURA ST.s 3 BR, 2 BA, c/b, CH&A under 40000. Work Backhoe Bulldozer
Room w/Flreplace. Storage/Workshop Building, all on 2.7 acre*.
WATERFRONT Over V acre with 100' on water.
IMMOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA, 1986 Model Good Price.
I *REDUCED Doublewide MH 1984 Catalina on 1 acre. 96.4.6182.964.5823 -.!4.6095 SELECTED PROPERTIES

*OWNER FINANCING Large home and commercial buildingon B TEN ACRES Bradford County. 13th Street N.E., Pecan grlOT _.

7 acres. ON LAKE GENEVA 100x790 ft.. on the water!

*200 B-3 BR 1 / BA, frame on 2 acres. __5 e .05.2 ACRES Northeast Alachua County. Priced to ell.
i-10 ACRES In South Clay County. Residential-Agriculture. 17900.
WOODED BUILDING LOT on Road 229. Products 1-20 ACRES NW Bradford County Residential-agricultural.
Elixson Wood Inc.
APPROXIMATELY 35 wooded acres nice building site .4." ACRES ft 2.16 ACRES Near Graham loned for MH.

*CHURCH ST. Over 1,400 sq. ft. on nice lot, CH&A. .LAKE LOTS Crosby and Sampson Lakes, Owner financing.

BEAUTIFUL 2 story home with barn on nice acreage. Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou |CITY LOTS On Hwy 16W. 2 block from 301.
CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Northeast Section.
3,000 SQ. FT. commercial building has nice office Ig.
space 1
HWY 301 SOUTH Two separate parcel Good business location.
bay doors. Pick-up or W. Deliver HWY 301 SOUTH 5 acre near Earlton leach 210 ft. an highway.

COUNTRY CLUB AREA, brick veneer 3 BR, 2 both Ig. lot. oCOMM BLDG. I IN CITY Anprox.15,000 sq. ft. floor *.....

Assumable mtg. We Also Have -FREE NOTARY SERVICES-

CONERLY ESTATES Immaculate lovely 3 BR, 2 bath" over Lumber PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I IIII
2,000 sq. ft. brick veneer home nicely landscaped large. yard. Heart Cypress

HAMPTON OAKS Nice building lot. 5500. 964-6649

HWY. 301 N. Over an acre. Nice commercial pro erty -. _



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Colt 1-755-4040. N. Flo. tool Estate Cot- CAREER OPPOnUMTY FOB SBMNO PONY.whr. FUV Pretty 2yr.aU brawn and on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at to the Lake Region Monitor office for child care and light housekeeping..
> Bid. barebackbone.
lege. 7/3TFN MACHINE OPERATORS Offer week* ..pony.donl A.ve** saddle. Gooddisposmon good $150 weekly. Monthly or seasonal discount In writing and paid In advance Children well-behaved. Ages 59.Must .
LICENSED RN NEEDED at Whispering. paid vacation. Insurance plan. 3 paid we and a *. lake Geneva Rental unless credit Ii already established be 100 percent dependable.
Pines Care Cntor. 3-11 charge nun. holiday and profit ....... Ezperience fom-$300. 7ttM73BCCTMtC 473-2919. 4tchg 6/4-6/25. with this office. Reference a must. Phone 473-2210:
after 6 6/4 2IUf 6/11 .
full-nm.. PRN. IPN needed. fOE. helpfvl. but not.........W* p.m.CMTABS.2 dAM t 1 BR HOME clean unfurnished dock MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Thurs., Fri., or Mon 95.
Phon 9644220. Experienced need only will train. Apply sn person' at tat* .,.ilnrssJ !ky Edward Van Helen.gugrs with a beautiful viw of lake Gnva. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN PART-TIMI VAN DRIVER needed for
to apply. 2/12 tfn Butler Apparel. 6/4 2tpd.6/11 old,.".....*with Mat Seymer Duncan yr. Boot dock, stove ft rfrlgrator. Call to CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Keystone area. Must have valid chauf
DEMONSTRATE HOUSI OF LLOYD Toy pickup and COM S25OAIea ana see today. Lake Geneva Rentals, THE TELEPHONE. fer license.Apply at Clay County Council
and Gift*. High profit. Fr**kit and sup -Focusnwdel w/twrdsnaW COM 473-2919. 4tchg 6/4-6/25. Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto on Aging 604 Walnut Street Green

pi I... Call Iris. 9642030.3/21 TFchg FOR RENT $300. egutarfy S37O end SS2O*t music Thursday publication Cove Springs, Florida 284-3978 or
SALE OPPORTUNITYl Non-proflt rural store.Perfect condrnon.Call* 4tJ05 ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modern 2 Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50 473-2112 ext. 540. Equal Opportunity
association hoe part and full.ll....soles or 473-S3BO, ash far.....2/2 Ifn BR homo with 1 acre,furnished- weekly then 19 cents for each word thereafter. Employer 4tchg 5/28-6/18.
opening In this ono 2 Mil** a ..... MIMOSA MANOR MOBJU HOME PARK MUSICAL INSTIIUMIIJI k Aa law or monthly call collect 904-246-4160 HELP WANTED Looking for an excitingand

quail $20,000 a yar 1_. Ex. MobIle Hamoe and specs for SI4.**per month.Call '44-M46.. tfn or 173.2440.1/9 tfnchg PERSONAL SERVICES profitable career with flexible
cllnt growth potntlal. Call today. Recreational vehicles .aco.- Fiesta CHEVY 4hU PAJtTSc M tae anything hours? Like meeting the public? Have

toll-free 1-800-443-1323 for detail on 9647491.9/l6 tin need-Aide*.front or rear,auto Iran you*., NEW TOWNHOUSE near school' In a car? Welcome Wagon wants you.
upcoming mooting. 5/28 2tpd 6. NOW TAKING APPUCATIONS for 4 II. 2 transfer t* ..2.different type;spring Keystone. Breezeway ft Pecan. 2 BR, PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Representative positions open In
GOVERNMENT JOBSI Now hiring In your BA opt. For more Information call Lake Mt block, big U boh*. CaU 9IW- 812. 1% bath stove, refrigerator A homes, pools, decks, sidewalks Free Keystone and surrounding area. Writ.
ar_. both skilled and un kilTod. For wrier Apt*. 4964141. Equal TFce dishwasher furnished. Attached estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 Field Manager l 18 Glyn Woods Ct..Fornandlna -
list of |lobs and application call unity Housing 6/7 tfnchg NEWSPAPER PLATEs ,Alumiuwm..2S garage.Call 473-3681 for appointment. tfnchg Beach Florida 32034 EOE.
615-383-2627. .xt. J501. Icon 67-222 ROOMS FO REMTI Magnolia ........ $8per T""' _2411>>.. .n*.ee<...Great 5/28 3tcho 6/11 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging Itchg 6/4.
McCUNDON TRUCKING COMPANY Mr. night.From S3S per........Discount for patching end raptfcfv 1tUGItNH.135W. > Call The Lawn Barber 4733590. Free HELP WANTED nonsmoker to care for 2
Ing Rood drlvor Minimum age 23. 2 offered far longer term. Apply sit person CaU St. Tftl.iVHHAIP .* Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg yr. old In my home. Monday Friday
yr*. axprlnca. Lot. model oajulp- Magnolia Hotel.Walnut St.woes mat Saw S0fl Beet, large MOBILE HOMES FGR SALE DEEP STEAM EXTRACTION (truck 7:43 a.m.1:45 p.m. 473-3881 after' 6.
m.nt. Good pay* bnof it*. No reloca from Post Office. TF Hashing arrow...$2991 1 Ughfad.mm- mounted equipment.) C 8 B Carpet 2tchg 64611.
tion. Call 1-800-633-9647. M-F. P.... APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly arrow (2891 IMighted $2491 .. letters TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 3BR 2 BA Cleaning. Call 4737770. free estimate. ATTENDANT NEEDED for elderly care
onnal d.caredewryNfingfwnished,Laundry I Sea faceRy. Call todayl Factory *14X70 $500 down. $190 pr month Btpd 5/1-6/23 center Including laundry housekeeping -
Dopt. (con 87225. facilities included. Video room direct I-800-422-O163. anytime. Icon Uncle Roy', Ocala, 3518514. 4tchg FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING and serving meals.Apply at Park of
LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING and Profitable available. Will accept ana child no 87-218 6/4-6/25. house out of level? Call LaRue Leveling the Palms I tpd 6/4.
career with flexible hour?Like. pat*. Palm Apt., 2313 N. TempleAve. 1888 TOMNG TAKES SLENOEROJUEST ASSUME PAYMENTS We will help you Service for all your foundation repairs. MOTHER'S HELPER for 1 yr. old girl.
meeting the public? Have a car? ., Srark.32091. 3/1 TF PASSIVE EXERCISERS.Highest Quality qualify. Several to choose from. UncleRoy's. 473.7721.4tpd 6/4-6/25. Melrose area. 1 p.m.S p.m. Must like
Welcome Wagon want you I Position PINE FOREST APTS. 2 ft 3 M apt*. now fmmsdials delivery. I809228O392.fcan Ocala' 3518514. 4tchg 6/4-6/25. outdoors ft know how to swim.
_II.Call 9-9. Man.thru Frl.964-6312. HOME T. repairs, additlons I-
open In Stark and surrounding oroas. 87-231 DON'T TAKE NO FOR ANSWER Call the 473.2343.2tchg 64611.
Writ. Jonle Hair 18 Glyn Wood Court. !/. tfnchg 1888 IIIMBfOT.SUMAL-WOLFf.SAVE UP experts at financing. Uncle Roy'.. or complete building. 30 y.or..xp.rl.nc. .
Fernondlna Beach 32034. EOE. 6/4 WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE far rent TO S*% Call for FREE Color Catalogue Ocala 3518514. 4tchg 64625. serving Bradford and Clay MOTHER'S HELPER for young boy. Good I I.umm.rJob
Itchg by the month. 5x10 la 102O. lOxlO. ft Wholesale Price Commercial HOMES OF MERIT 4BR. 2BA Deluxe, Counties. /73.4018.5/28 tfn for responsible teen.Must I

ROUTE SALES SERVICE. W. have an excellent S35 per month. Call Ron Denmark.. Residential Unit*. I-80O-2284392.: ken 10.9 financing. $259 per mo. Uncle Afternoons and
career opportunity In our Route 9647071.1/15 tfnchg 87-23O Roy's. Ocala 351-8514. 4tchg 64625. MISCELLANEOUSPACK weekends. 473-2387 between 34
Sal.* Dept. Requirement or* high 2 II MH FURNISHED, quiet I ACRE LOT with doublawida mobile HOMES OP MERIT 3BR, 2BA Great p.m. weekdays tfnchg
school diploma or equivalent good neighborhood.' Hwy 16,V mile from ci home. .... septic ___. 530.000. Ph. Room, 10.9 financing. $229 per mo. Uncle RAT Buy sail and trade collectible
driving record. Preferred 1 year ex ty. 4661323.2/12 tfn 964-4602 after 5 p-5I2I4tdIg 6/11, Roy', Ocola 3518514. 4tchg Items and antiques. Used furniture,
perience. W. offer excellent employment ON BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE. Modem 2BR STEEt BUILDINGS Factory Direct 6/4-6/25. glassware, [jewelry and much more. HOMESNEW
b.n.hts and odvancmnt. EOE. home with 1 acre furnished.Weekly Sl siele.. UNCLE ROY'S. SHOP ft COMPARE Come see for yourself. One mile cast

Rlvrld Uniform Rentals. IO3B Ed- or monthly.Call collect 904-246-4160 .30x40x10 ;;: "a.af40d0x12 f _,., ..vline.( Fleetwood Peochtrae, Redman of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. BRICK HOME 4BR 2BA, 2600 sp.
word Rood.Apply In pron.6/4 Itchg 'or 47121/0.1/dg **' *S68S.OO Poach.tat.. liberty. Homes of 473-2163. 3/5 tfnchg ft., fireplace, sunken living room,
COMMERCIAL. Industrial and ..*!don- FOB RENT SOUTHERN VftUAS APARTMENTS 50x73.14 $9483.00 Merit. We have It all. 3518514. BINGO American legion Post. Hwy 21 breakfast nook, very nice, many.
tlal chemical *ale*. Bradford and Union 16 2 BK unit. Call 9647293.between 100x100x16 $19983.00 4tchg 6/4-6/25.: North. Sunday afternoon :2-5 and tras. Terry Hall Homes, 4755037. 4tchg
count)**. Call Hogan aftr 6 p.m. 9 a.m. 111 JO en.. Man.. Reduced for niedigna purchase, coif FOR RENT. LEASE OR SALE 3BR. OW Saturday at 7 p.m. Public Invited. 3/5 5/21-6/11.
1-792-2092. 2tpd 6/11 Toe. Thur. Frl. Equal Opportunity 214-342-3668.American Statue Building Cloy County. $21,900 terms. For sale tfnchg KEYSTONE 2000 plus sq. ft., spaciousrooms
EDWARDS GROCERY Hwy 100. between Housing. 4/23 tfnchg System ken 87-219 2BR MH Clay County. $17,900 terms shaded lot, carport fenced
Keystone and Star..... Now taking application TWO BEDROOM TRAILERS partially furnished RECREATIONAt VEHKU .T.....,. 20 ft. 6592269.: 2tchg 5/28.6/4. PROPERTY FOR SALE $59,500.KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES -
*. Part and full time. Apply In an private lot In Lawtey. No for ...... 2 house trailer far rent. 3BR. 2BA home, fireplace, detached
person. 6/4 Itchg children. 782-3344 or 782-3942. 5/21 9644661 or 964.6398.6/4 Itpd 1( ACRES rich farm land. Florahome, workshop 49500. CHIAPPINI REAL
THE CITY OF STARKE I I. now accepting TFe:. 2 RID STUFFED CHARtS. one ottoman YARD SALES owner financing $26,000. R.T. Lovorn ESTATE, REALTORS Melrose, 475-1269.
application for the position of LaborerIn 12 X 68 2 BR an 1 acre lot. S2SO per $30 far single dhoW $73 far chair and Realtor, 473-3254. ask for Aggie Rolln 2tchg 52864.
th. Meter Department. Must be at month.96.4238.5/25 tfn ottoman. Sear combination GARAGE SALE AmVets Auxiliary will evenings 16592546. 2tchg 5/28.6/. HOME FOR SALE Brick 2000 sq. ft.,
least 18 year of age and high school MOBILE HOME FOR KENT in Lawtey.Call wood/cool stove with a.roCoat hold a garage sale Saturday June 6 3BR 3BA, eat In kitchen dining living,

graduate. Apply City Hall. Mrrll 782-3894.5/28 2tpd 6/4 $390. ala pd SI3O (used vary Dttfe/ ). stoning at 8:30 a.m. until ? at 6685 family w/freplace( 2 car garage, pool
D*** office. 6/4 Itchg NEAR GRAHAM. I large trailer completely One 9 ton AC ce'npr ssor. COM$1000. Brooklyn Boy Road Itchg 6/4. CARS, BOATS walk to school many extras, asking
HARDWARE MAN WANTED APPLY furnished. $69 per ...... ale price$200- Used one ssion.Ted GARAGE SALE .Saturday. June 6, 9 a.m. $92,500.473.4400.2tpd 6/4-6/11.
ACMI HARDWARE. 301 E. CALL ST.6/4 483-1371.0/4 Itpd 964.1719.6/1 HOUSE FOR SALE Creole Street
ItpdMO until 4 p.m. Clothing, books, dishes, 1986 DODGE PICKUP 150 Series, -
Itchg TRAILER M COUNTRY. 2 ... newty fur. VETO YOUR LOT.2 buiktngs ideal glassware, jars, tools, misc. Pecan to w/cop AT, PS, PB, AC cruise conlrol.pow.r Keystone Height, 2BR. 2BA CHA.fireplace .
MULTIPLE ACUTE CARE ft Home Nursing nished and carpeted. AC. nice quiet for Sunday School roam or office Golf St. follow signs. Itchg 6/4. windows, AM-FM stereo, cloth garage, 100'xl40' lot.
opportunities for RN'.. LPN'*. CNA ft area. I child maximum $233 plus buildings, heat and air end restroomsin seats, 2 tone paint 8700 mlles 4733192. 4tchg 6/4.6/25.
nursing students a*part of the SantaFe deposit. Meng Dairy Rd and 21st ..... 6/4 Itpd 473-7735.carpet I tpd 6/4 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BR 2BA. home

HealthCare team. Your choice of days Street%447)4.6/4 2tchg 611I HAY FOR SALE Alicia hone quality.. REAL ESTATEOPEN 1985 FORD 250 CARGO VAN under w/pool 2 acres, 3 yrs old walk to
shift ft Call Wellnes Personnel M HOUSE FURNISHED dean.AC.yard ft 473.76:20.:
area* Roll 2500 square beta*. $2.50. 20,000 miles, good tires, movingov.r..o. town school S56,000. Itchg
Registry at 338.2146 for Immediate maintenance Included. S2OO month. 6/4.
opportunities. Delivery.rai/eble.Call+Information
$8000 firm. 473.2370
EOE. 3/12 tfn $100 deposit. Call 9647623.6ltpd about picking up in Held. Tex Patrick. HOUSE Sunday. June 7, 1 p.m1 6/4. Itpd
REAL ESTATE LICENSING Only$195; Call NICE. CLEAN. 2 84! HOME central H/A. 782-3891. 6/4 4tpd 4/29 p.m. M you like large rooms, extra nice LOST AND FOUND
1-799-4040. N.F. Real Estate College. wall to wall carpet. In pine*. garden features, plenty of space & privacy
4/16 tfnchg space. Call AI Young. 9646911. 6/4 HAYs AUOA New hay. $25. old hoy.SIO. this Is the house for you. Over 2000 sq.
TRAIL RESTAURANT Lawtey. Florida. 2tchg 6/II Delivery available.7 mile*west of ft.. 3BR. :2BA. eat-In kitchen large FOUND-Old English Shpdog.ldentlfy.
Employment Opportunity. We will betaking S BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. Starka an Road lit Jieuey GoeI ne. family room with fireplace Crystal 4733368. Itpd 6/4.
....83S6. 16' CAMPER sleeps five New hot water
application and Interviewing Close to prison an Hwy 223. CoIl /4tfnchg Lake Homits, SE 45th Street. WAT
PLANT COUfCnON must..sold due to SON REALTY CORP., REALTORS heater, needs minor work $800.
for the following positions: Asst. 468-1323.6/4 tfnchg
lines*. Bromeliode. ferns 684-3467 after 6 Itpd 6/".
cocfl. 6/4. p.m.
Manager trainee, full and RENTALS AVAILABLE S1SO month 473-7653.Itchg
port-time per ..... FOR SALE dining table, six chairs
-- *. -.6141.... room ,
waiters an 1 waitresses, breakfast and and up.Call Susan F.FauI".oker.- APPROX. .
china cabinet $1100. Call Brenda Carr.
evening lln* cooks. cook helper, dish Owner at 964-SO69! or 964 4048 TF uMittrese
washers. Apply In only. Wayne .TRAILERS FOR TENT .1 bed. box ......... queen '..... $3S14pieoe t :4itp,7234;; of 75. 475.Qlt.r( 4. Itpd 64Vickie's i
person w een o.mtrailer r .Y.JO ACRES
bedroom ....... mst rev sad ,
Norman manager. Equal Opportunity and 1 compact trailer, sleeps 4.
box fuB tin Coil
soring $300.
Employer. 9/28 2tchg 6/4 Lost Valley. Campground.9643760.64Itpd 964.55146/1 Itcho On Crooked River
EQUIPMENT TBAAU. 15t. tenders m.Baht Very Secluded
Furniture on Hwy 301. No phone RENTALS AVARJLBU 2 6 3 bedroom*. Is. ....... toil Ilgina and d.. 01'". ShopWe Joins Timber Land
call. 5/28 2tchg 6/4 furnished unfurnished. Tiffin Train to b a
lira, .... NEW
spar tongue .
LEGAL SECRETARY NEEDED for law firm. Owen Uc. R E. Broker 9645065.64 DECK. Used twice.$090 FHtM.4-aoS7 have men, women, On One Side

Real Estate experience preferred. Call ItchgEFFtC. ..--6p-.6/4Itpd. 1.. i GE.t' and children's clothing.> Catch Plenty of Fish.
9645939.5/28 chg tin APT furnished. AC. $140 TOUR,CUIBI: .
rant ALicIA KAY Fresh cut! S2$ a roll. All Crab &
SALES MANAGERS Women ore oncouraged $30 see. Tiffin I Owen Lk. .... hay under.......7......from Stark on J II lIt RIS VlT .ISt, : Come to 134.E Call Shrimp From
to apply. Full training no experience Broker 964-5O6S. 6/4 Itchg Hwy. 16 toward p ean.. 444167 or Start oral y fulMimeparttime.Train Street across from Rex- Your Front Porch
necessary. $500 per week ONI ACRE LOT FOR MOBU HOME hook 7534727.6//ffn live airline | Store. 1 % Hours From StarkeIn
on computers. all Drug
sale commission and bonus). All
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Access to Soars In
up. semita.my HAY
BAUNO .CQUPMENTsHoyb benefits for those who ofcurr.nt
qualify. setting. Call after p-m 94-5410.6/4 square baler,rake tkj er,fcwoomu.. Financial aid available. Job place-1 Cheap Prices
management staff are women.. 2tctIg 6/11 57900. to.43M..... /4.*>d tfll assistance. National headquarters Georgia
male/female can apply. Call for appointment. fjUKe AIL All fi\ ifcll i. KeukdAek Mrs. J.R. Wainwright
: V49naniOVtVO ilOORMW BBAND NEW l....81V W candHloner\ lighthouse Point FL. Open 5 days a week
Ph. 13731590.64 I rod
Bradford VIllage Apt.laroe.shaded ft 1600. CoM 966.1091.6/4
ZIio 6111
301 QUIK STOP now accepting applications walled patio. Call 9648601.6/1 4 chg l0am5pm.TJ'S 964.7835
for clerk. Apply 2Vi mile Southof 6/25 Mt-432-3M4

Stark. on 301. 6/4 Itpd RENT ffffFfTP Florida Roam wmfireplace. NOTICE _
DIETETIC TECHNICIANi Minimum 2 carports. 468-1168 or ... ACCefOtlnD Mfwhhr N N 5 C

qualification are two year of experience n3-2157.6/4 Itpd ClASS_ADMBmSMO. shoJd fc.swtv, .
In a dietary program; prefer *... I BATH DUPLEX.$250 plus security. mined to the Bradford. County LAWN SERVICE"We
training a* certified dietary manager. After 5 p..... 966.3566.6/4 2tchg 6/11 Telegraph offlco In writing and paid in KEYSTONE-MELROSE Beautiful Lake
Biweekly. salary rang I* .BY WEEK OR MONTH efficiency: roam. ---. .... crodK to already Put PrideIn Bedford! Rare opportunity on this
$419.08-$667.18 Apply In person rsend utilities paid. AC. dean quiet. Prefer absMiad with .Meoffio.TM sklabla lake, 5 BR. 2 Bath ham
application to Reception and working people. ....5617. 6/4 4tchg > TflfCBAPM STAFV' CANNOT HMEtD SALE Your Lawn" with guest cottage covered picnic
Medical Center. PO Box 628. Lake 6/25 BESPOMSMU' KM MISTAKE IN ar.o. partially furnished.Unbelleveably .
Butler Florida 32054. Equal Opportunity LOT FOR RENTi Mobil ham. lot. OASSsnCDS WHEN AO a T SAN OV0TMCTEUPHOH Keystone Heights Starke priced at$55,000.

Employer. 6/4 Itchg Spacious and piUm on Hwy. 225. *. OR Melrose areas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Lakefront you
9643377.6/4 Itpd can afford Enjoy this 3BR 1 MBA wall
Expanding 153 bed hospital and SMALL OFFICE SPACE available. NOON. prior to Thursday psjMkMian.doseifiad 473-9022 maintained home on Ig.. lot with 80'
clink ho an Immediate opening for a 964-7397 before noon. 6/4 4tchg 6/25. display dsadtjo to TUCSOAY. LEASE waterfront Beautiful view from deck
Vocational Instructor II In Carpentry. $M PER WEEK or FOOD par month for 5:00) PJtt. Special O-iri,d ,chpiayptacement No Job Too Big Or Small I room to roam but not too far from

Minimum qualification are a high secluded one bedroom ...... In to NOT Guaranteed.: Business and Residential town. $35.000.KEYSTONE.MELROSI.
school diploma or Its equivalent and Starka. No deposit required. Mnkmrmdn.ng. far ctnsiilis ad to Just reduced
two year of experience In the occupational 9645139. 6/4 2tchg 6/11 ; 15 words tor U-so. 4p.1 51411 Ice 7V ACRES Senior Citizen Discounts 3BR 2 Bath orgy efficient home,
area being taught a*defined by ... PCI WEEK for efficiency apt. All each.ward ", ,,'f,jl. ;' double garage, family room withfireplace

the employing agency. Good working utilities Included and no deposit required. _.- tree shaded lot priced right
condition and State benefit Pleas 9645139.64 2td>g 4V11 300 Ft. Building ot 59500.
call AI Harvey. Maintenance Super- NO MONEY DOWN. just ...... overpayment VACATION KJOSTS OH I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Drastically
vicar,at 904-496-2222. Ext.222.or send *on 2.000...toot bulking RfNTAlS'-.;:;' Reduced 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home on

resume to: In downtown Starka an Hwy 301. Ideal 120 Ft. Enclosed In BROADWAY & WALTERS over an acre Ideal for young or old.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR for office or retail. outlet. ....5139. NORTH Gadara Cemetery Rd., 13500.
Reception Work Areas
Box 628 6/4 2tchg 6/11 US441betw.en9yfwiftCherofcee.NC 1200 Sq. Ft. FOR RENT :2 1.5 mobile in Clay Co.
Lake Butler. Fl 32054 HOUSE WITH AC. first month rant and Near fishing, rafting, hiking. Blue Removal $225 per month 3/2 Lake Brooklyn
6/4 3tchg 6/18 deposit. 9647895.6/11 t pd Ridge Parkway, ...... 2 BR cabin Per Month house, month to month$475.
..........".Sunset Farm Rd.Cabin.... Rent $200 Trimming 473.7653473.4816
I Box 214-C. Whittier NC. 28789. Ph. For 1200 Sq. Ft. Bldg. Stump Removal Keystone
Homes Beautiful. of North Florida .706.411.2100.5/23 Stchg 629flNANOAiSHtyiCES Firewood 473-2272 O'vllU

Hornet Beautiful Company I*a master in building and remodeling and 282-1300 Jax
Next to Mosley's Tire Free Estimate
specialize In energy efficient.custom aluminum and vinyl windows built to
any sli*. For Info See Lynn atLynn's

When you plan to build or remodel, remember fa call only a quplif led 473.7097.473.767' --4IV
Body Shopor
expert call Home Beautiful. DONT UT YOUR CREDIT GO BAD IH
William. D. After 5 P.M.
take _
aver your al.
They feature new home. room addition. Florida r room, screen: roam,
car pool enclosure, sheds roof Afire 964046.6/1 Itchg Keystone Heights !--... "
patio covers ports storage o ers. ATTENTION VETERANS. Home loan to "" '
aluminum siding vinyl'siding and.soffits windows. for porches: storm buy. bund or refinance. No money McDougall Licensed & Insured J co _.

window and mar. PLUS..._ can help you finance all work... down. 100% on refinance*. Phone ,"
.Before you build or remodel call us for a free estimate. We ore locally Clarence Phillip Mu Igug* C npony. 1.904.786.8989
owned and operated and are located in Stark. at IIS C.Call St.Our phone 1-800-231-6417 or (615) .*..1CXZ9. Also

number ((24 hour answering) Is 964-6766. eo.lioo..... 4/4 Itchg I
MEMBER-CHAMBER OF COMMERCE r I.I{ Remodeling and Repairs
\* Room Additions
- - -- LLL u.u_ Ifs{ *Home Repairs
-- .- .- r It R..Rooflng I Electrical Repairs

Durrance Pump & Supply !. .- Free Estimates
Call Fred trSTARKE elm
L. Stafford 485-1952 ,' ..... '
U.S. aQlNorth. 864 N-.Temple Ave., Storke a
RsfWir a Parts e Accessories!

j *Pump 'Plumbing *W.|I Drilling b ... -

eU.S.301 N. *''''..5105r1 I
MacO"n Water Conditioners: HOUSING CENTER i iI

.For Sal*or Rent9647061 j a-: ,i I /Big Selection on reconJilionetf mobile homesT ---

(r.l; Mayon UT$O-16 *All Single Wldes as I4w..$300 Down I
I' Full Foe *All Double Wldes as lows $500 Down)

H.lm.t. $39.9 $It.10I WHOLE HOUSE SPECIAL; ,- ..Poyments .. LOW. SI4'PE MONfMT
: Opxi Tutwdayttvw -
5 Boom for the price of 4 BRS *All mobile home finance;:; prices. Include

i -o-1Ify....a-:........... -;; Credit Problem? Ch.ck With u.* --
a Full Fox* $1.95 IS Vrs.Experience (.." --- .. Nail) .........., .... .. 1I41Sstchg.rd Available f
Senior Citizen DilCour-f '" C o "e Free Advice Located U.S. 301 -I Mile S. of Starke. Florida

.__ Ca II 949YI ._.. ::-: 964.4114J:
All Repairs on Cycles &ATVIon. 12HI43A8otter..12H12AAA1 --R on. ..-_s..Y -.-.. ---- .

i U&. Discount Part *ACC 29.95 $26." _EL'RJDA-CARPET a.w.wws..r..I CLEANING-& DYE a.ber CO.-NG..wwa_ ___ __ Qt'?of town.call collect '_

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Our People in ServiceSSgt. f Union County. Ads '-

James T-IMT.RI ...t_ Cms CbmptctesMetSumiat He is a 1981 graduate of Bradford MOBILE HOMES COMMERCIAL PROPERTYFOR --CARS/TRUCKS---

NamedCO ed the Qvartrr Ctane High School.
At Arnold SALE
AFB Arms Bbfiaaal! : Chard Private Tech. \*. W MOIILI HOMI Two bedroom, 1 CADILLACS. MERCEDES. POISon ETC.
<< Sgt. Paul
ssgt. James E. TundaHNw. XamCommiHsioned qama OL Gram non ef !Stable L. Prescott. Jr. 1/2 bath, central heat and air. Mutt Direct from Government Salted In
OiXioer is Charge eff Csam MIl gvaadftn ef Jess Air Force Tech. Sgt. Paul D. ... to appreciate. 6000. Call CHAIN SAW AND MOWIR SHOP drug raid Available your area. Save
Unit Administration at Anmttfl ......ABM,tedid lake Butter has Prescott Jr., son of Jeannette N. 496-0071. ffn/chg. 3/19 I4.OOO.land and. Inventory All In parts. Six lots of Thousands 1(216)453-3000.( art.A2278. .
Engineering D slgpmni C ItIIIII'. c. ptetedi a wlMtfe-yebicl. Prescott of Brooker has been TWO-2 EOROOM MOIILI HOMES 12' KtO RaJ Saw building. for 62000. Coll 5/28 2tpd. 6/4
hat been named Nmdnnamumnt _It_ erase at the U.& Army awarded the Joint Service Commen- handy man't special.: Good and 196.2338.6/12tpd.Shop Worthington 6/" Spring 173 FORD P2SO 3/4 TON 302 engine
Officer or toe Quarts: He was 'IhamIrE a.r.r in Tort JadDon, dation Medal at Tyndall Air Force solid. 2850. each. PINES SRI2I. Lake _. need starter, alternator exhaust to
presented a plaque Iran AEBC!: S.c. Base, FL. Bather 4962366. tfnchg. 4/30 INSURANCEMAINES get on the rood Motor runs new tires.
Commander Cut Pat Condtm dune g Paring lie manse stodmts sereBramd The Joint Service Commendation body good condition. $600.00. TWO
ceremonies reornUy. : ..peferes. mainr.naoce and Medal is awarded to those In- NOTICE BATTERY OPERATED VEHICLES. One
Sergeant rotnlmmn altaat BB dividuals who demonstrate 4x4 truck and one 4 wheel coyote.
a : Hte I'II'pIIIrtomGtiY..
:11I.-. Main Street Lake Butler' 494-3978. $60.00 each. Call 4963307. 6/4 2fpd.
veterans/theAwFune, wssT .cg wftrdIS... pment.. meritorious achievement or service CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn 6/11
the Year an 1HB5.A gradualr ol........ FWL Grata B a raw |gtadimte of while assigned to multi-service activities to the Union County Times office FOUR WHEEL DRIVE 77 CHEV. 1/2 TON
ford High School ihe ts One! tarn U Dma CuntyHSgl Szttooi. Defense. of the Department of In writing and paid In advance HELP WANTED PICKUP Also heavy duty utility troilar
Winfred and Geraldine CmnlmsnalStarke. : unl... credit It already ettabllthed with r x r box. Coll 496-3945. 2 1/2
Prescott is a ground safety super with this office. miles west of Lake Butler on SHI00.
Sergeant TumJinwin and RUB wine Amy P tAarfrrwJUnry o-.nis visor with the Air Defense Weapons THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT tl HELD HAIRDRESSER NEEDED Apply In personat Itchg. 64191SHONDA

Bonnie reside m TiiUanmna 'mash : PVt Andrew ML DUVUK son Center. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Mary Kay's Beauty Salon SR23I 200X THREI-WHEELER$900.
their two-year-old 4augt ft",AaBy e* Mr. and Mm*. Randall Davis of CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER south of Lake Butler 496-3864. Itchg. Many extras. Call "497-3346 leave
: :Borne training Spec. 4 Donald Portis THI TEIEPHONI. 6/4 message. 6/4 2tchg.! 611LOST
atpSC Army Spec Donald C. Portia a Clattifled deadline It TUESDAY. SS FOOD STORE-26 In Lake Butler Is

Oarune Bite tratmag. students 1981 graduate of Bradford High NOON prior to Thursday publication. now accepting application for
Minimum charge It 15 words for$3.90 Manager Position. Experience a mu f.
banal School has arrived
mnCnicina: drill and for duty with the
Keystone Aero Cub 8th then 1S cents for each word thereafter. Company benefit Salary based on..-
a Infantry Division West Ger
perelnce plus bonus Sand Resume or RHODESION RIDCEBACK: DOG Brown
Sponsoring Air Show muU&urf courtesy military many. apply at SS oHIce. 2200 E. Duval male, 90 'IDS. white chest notch In leftear
homier Sail amt.and Army historyMnCknirflQinnk. Portis is an environmental health Street Lake City, Fl. 32055. tfn/chg. broken tooth. Call 485-1969.5/28
The Keystone Lore
Club IDe.. K specialist. 6/4 Itfr/ltchg.
sponsoring aa atrshow Sunday JUrjrS IIIr 6 a IllIIi Kr-xluacr of Bradford REAL ESTATE CAREER OPPORTUNITY FOR SEWING
1987. Tail event will nm Bran s EQgps5cflte& MACHINE OPERATORS Off.r 2 weeks
a.m.untilpia.wrttThef2yaigb.M, Smith GraduatesAs paid vocation. Insurance plan, 3 paid MOBILE HOME
starting at 1 p.m. Sr.AansKUi Gregory Lee AF Specialist LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OP PROPMTYT holidays and profit sharing. Experience WITH ACREAGE
III I don't have it I'll find It- Just
Featured events Khraagnaft ate SBBIMT Armani' 5regory F Lee, Airman 1st Class Jessie L. Smith, oik. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. helpful, but not required. We will train.
day will include acrobatic aorfllane yarn el Bcftaadl EL and Joan E. son of Emma L. Jones of Lake 496.2126 or 496-2903. eve.. "YOUR Apply In person at lake Butler Ap DOUBLE WIDE AND BEAUTIFUL WOODED -
stunts featuring Bit( f nmr MtMMry Hfl. Rimpamx. has graduated Butler has graduated from U.S. Air UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn parel. 6/4 2tchg. 6/11 ACRI only 3 miles from RMC Priced
(Gainesville architect I m BUS PUQs! town me ITS. Air Force course for Force personnel specialist course at for Immediate sole by owner. Call

Special helicopter rides anrflfame CMmouarr pimgjratnmwrs al Kessler Keesler Air Force Base Miss. HOMES FOR RENT 496-2434, Ernest Peacock. 5/21 3tcha.
rides ultralights: radar cmffind Air Pose Base,,3Cu JiGrartUuflefc Graduates of the course learned 6/4
models a display of xmiaarjr aircraft d the course studied boll to prepare personnel report and OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
and World IIV.arD wantage av- IItII' gmina! *< camwntitinal and records and earned credits toward GOVERNMENT HOMES PROM $1 (U located In Union County Times Buildingat REAL ESTATE
craft. Unctttnmc riufiii processing an associate degree in applied repair). Delinquent tax property. ISO West Main. Call 496-2261 for
Donations far the amthow wdl t* equipnme. the .po..lon.! Call 1(805)687-6000( ) OUT OF AREA
.jml crowd!ererttc:*toward an science through Community Col- more Information. ten
$3 for adults,children under 12 Bee aumiKiulleaVginte a applied science lege of the Air Force. Ext. GH.I 136, for curr.nt repo Hit. 5/7 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely fur.

with 10%of the proceed going tea IHBiHUk Olr Cmnmumty College ofr ..Btpd. 6/25. nished., all electric: central heat and NORTH CAROLINA
local chanty. Ntor Anrtv Lt. Hall CompletesInf. air private paved road laundry and MOUNTAINS
The airshow to !be held LAKE BUTLIRi Reduced for quick tale. 3
is at ate park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
Officers Course BR 2 BA, CHSA Large lot. only$41.500 2.5 Acres located In the mountains,dandy .
Keystone Heights Airpark. llua1111tj tale facilities.PINES SR-121 east Lake
Army National Guard 2nd Lt. $38,000. Mathews Realty, 9644469. stream good ocess, ready to build
off Highway 100 five miles mr- Pit. Neal R. Seals Butler. Call 4962366. Two children
thwest of Keystone Heights. Richard D. Hall, son of Rodney P. 2/Stfn-- -. man., and no pet. chg/tfn 5/21 on. good garden spot. owner needs la
Anet Pat Neal R. Seals son of and Janice Hall of Starke has com FURNISHED APARTMENT Two bedroom sell. $9.800. pay$1.800. down.assume

Sect'Jdalcuwul Starfce has arnvHI pleted an infantry officer basic FOR SALE 1 bath. $170 a month, plus $100 loan.
fcur WUCj! wita the 8tn Infantry course at the U.S. Army Infantry dsposlt. Call 4960077. tfnchg. 5/21 House 2 bedroom I bath. S miles from

DUiwrnm.wM Gtarmany.:5ir'oIIIIt. School in FL Benmng Ga. TWO BEDROOM 2 lATH HOUSI LOSS S. town lovely setting large deck
: .. am ntemor weapons He received an associate degree in CITATION DEEP FREEZE approx. 10 cubic Lok. Ave.. Lake Butler Adults only. overlooking mountains.Excelace-.
anew itrrmnetr to a 191I6 graduate of 1983 from St.Johns River Community leet. Like new. $190. Call pr Call 752-7502 after 5 P.M. tfn/chg. tion built in cabinets, very private,all
:-liueuHDnirllSgt*School College in Palatka. SEARS 496.2117.6/4 COLDSPOT 2tchg.REFRIGERATOR and 5/28 for $39.900.. pay $7.000 down assume
CO'S CHECK US OUT I Clean rental' loon.
window air conditioner. Coll 4962694.
homes tailored to your pay cchedul 3.2 acres, short distance from Murphy
YARD SALE PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 In good garden spot ready la build an.
I lake Butler Call 4962366. ifni chI!. Owner said sell. SI2.8OO.. pay 12800.
5/21 downpoymont assume loan.
-' L_< c.L-:: "GOOD JUNK" SALE Saturday morning MOBILE HOME ON BEAUTIFUL WOODED Lake front lots, deep water level and
Peter the Greet erf....... June 6, at railroad near Parrlih't-Lake ACRE LOT In country 11/2 mile S.W. ready to build on, paved rood countywater
in.n.nempltD_... Ite first bred isles fa*baseball required that the win- Butler Furniture, kitchen Items men on SR121. Call Charles Thomas at underground utilities very
his subjects to ..... a -Bt...aters mo fewer than twenty-one runs. and ladle clothing. Jug-a.line, lots of 4962955. Itchg. 6/4 desirable lots. $<<.000., pay $8.000.
"mlicellaneou. I Itpd. 6/4 THREE BEDROOM down assume loan.
look.teMed SATURDAY, JUNE 6 at 565 E. Main BROOKER LAKE Beautiful lot on water
tax on beards. IUOMA PROTECTIVE COATINGS Street Lake Butler Lot of clothe, front. Nice beach shade. Call These are a few of over 2.000 listings.We .
tupperware and mist Item Come 4962113. Itpd. 6/4 have all types of property from
check: out the bargain Itpd. 6/4 TWO MOBILE HOMES One 1-bedroom $700 per acre and up. We have small.
both each. No tracts, large tracts cabins, r.ouaid
Soil J on. bedroom. one
Top North Florida Foam COMMERCIAL PROPERTY children. Near Worthington Spring farms, lake front lots etc. Write or call
Call 4963130.6/4 2tpd. 6/11 today for a free listing brochure. You
Fill Sand Insufctiort Water Proofing RENTLEASEOFFICE MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Three con call free by dIOli"1llI(800( ) -7421.
10 Tr. Unconditional Guarantee bedroom I 1/2 bath. Very clean near Write or call today. 4/1610tpd. 6/18
... .. schools and town. Deposit plus first

Ijmerock Lot Me Help You Save Located AND In Union WAREHOUSE County SPACE Time month rent. Call 4963760. WANTED

20-30%. On Your Next Light BillContractor building. Coll for Information. Itchg. 6/4 '
MOBIL HOMI FOR liNT 12' it 63;'3
496-3261, tin HOUSEKEEPER AND SITTER for S and 6
782-3172 C.e9Hid Belaons f bedroom 1 bath on one acre of land.
Furnished or unfurnlhed. Call year old. Good pay and benefits. Call
I es...mam 2*..lie abc 757-7714. CAMPBELL'S 4962842. 1 Itchg. 6/4 496-2682. after 7 P.M. Itchg. "6/4

132 ELECTRONICS E. Call t.-964-4045 I

, Starke Classifieds Cont.MOBILE Warranty Service Center I .David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

For Mont Brands Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR
Estimates for Repairs

TV's& Microwaves $15 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133.

HOMES YARD SALES VCR's & Stereo System $25 ,
FOR SALE We Repair Small

Household Appliances

NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES.! Call Knr M0 MUs fMday ami Sswd p. 0.5pmx. BIG SAlli Several families. Saturday. County Line Nursery .

Well at AX W Mobile Mofnea.Ee.640I ne Slana1mj .Starbev e/4 Itpd June 6. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. little bit efeverything & LandscapeOwned
or 964-640B. 1/14 tinny W S KMMLV CAMCC SALKSaturday. from children to adult
TAU OVERPA"1III nS-J": X SA.M* *..Ittmnfti em:301 a*Tfnmpeam-e Used -.. Beside Badcock's.: 6/4 Itchg! A Operated' by David Wamwright2Vt
70. S500 down S10' mrr*. WmileRoy's. --..-...... ft.S o-mx.e/4 Itpd THURSDAY B. FRIDAY.9:30.6 p.m. Antique CACNONReBuilders Miles East of Starke on SR 16
Ocala 1.351-0514.*<4 Uhg/2S dressers, flowers plant., dosens
e &
U.--w. Jane ec High* t ,..,.,. Complete Landscaping Design
ASSUME PArMEMTS. win Itwlp taw of 1 items. 100 West behind Olin's Sals*.
Qualify. Se.aml ..ct-......WncleRoy 7..a_MR--. /. vmto''en LAP 6/4 Itchg Plant Sales Cypress Mulch
dda.. inks etc Cull9asalis
'*. Ocala l-.351* &*/44hdt.t1.1.Z1 itga..ors ear BIO YARD SALE Tool., reel t rod. e & Installation
iff i inward. aefara>sarurday.sYalmnoj Work Irrigation Design
DONT TAKE! NO OB AlII AMMkBR.Cad much more. 2 mile north on 301. Look '
the expert crt financing. Uncle*ay... for, signs.. Saturday 9.5 p.m. 6/4 Itchg Culverts InstalledFill Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding _
Ocala .-.351- 14.*/<...oha.2S. 3 MMULT YAm SAlE sraraasv -cow> HELP HOMELESS ANIMAlSi BHS yard Soil
HOMES OP MSDTj 4 ... :3 BA O h... -..ransm fA.r.hr. serving .... Friday and Saturday. 6/5. 6/6. Dirt & Top
10.*% financing. S25 .-..... Wmla rn.alinr" i..s..-, Quaem Anne 1038 Palm St., 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 6/4 964-5414
Rays.Ocala '-:IS1-1I ru.A/4*""hu./M Mains mac inmnv wham??Thura.SRisU Itchcj
HOMES OP MEMT :3 ... 2 M Giaa ,.-we..SL Oln>.Iraila*rarh off SMALL WORLD DAY CARE Is having a If No Answer
Room. 0.9% financing S22 soak Mwasm Baadl.annancai.*Wehgj yard sal.Saturday.9-5 p.m. Children t 964-801O
Uncle Boys Ot.loDS1Rai4.: eV4 Gums IOOT, aid. TOOA. 0..... adult clothes. 6/4 Itchg :
4tchge/3S Miyn6tens.3p.in_Saturday.JunefU >
UMCLE ROWS Shoe .n1 a.rrpw. A.A 4ltpdadRYNiGiQ
Skyline. f'---d. idm-u Il..dO .dte.r 1'1. sorew car _
State. liberty. tionw d ...... .lire. amt 1IIiW.A dh .re_ "h.a..re. ....isde REAL ESTATE
have M all. Uncle 5.y's 0asI1a. _II-1footdIaw A SaPJune 5&6 For Professional
/2S :mil -.-. ....... UiidwwaadMad. FOR SALE

19144 1..3514.614he X ... 2 SR. 2 Barrk.some ra'wa ee. .-.sJft. : _A 4 T+pdOhKRAOE Horse Care ,. JANE S. USHERYour
.* sad'::. Sys w. MadI_ s., I
11ft.hI, Asir.wisps: REPOSSESSED HOMES FROM GOVT from
..."'.782.S1..SI3.! ....../. RksA .S Suruufciy, &X tote $1.00> plus repairs/taxes. Throughout Union County Realtor
12 X n Mead HOME 1 1*am *Baddition. .W d clWt\ima.- Ilitamv MagnawMatawar. Ft/Nationwide Also' tax properties. Richard'sHorseshoeing 496-2126 or 496-2903
......a.dl.... goad table C esitawa.
17 a 22 wtllrty..ha<.l.S4SS0.i 21sv433OOOO. Ext.tt5117.5/28 2tpd 6/4
Interested, call *6< *CTi. */. lid wua v ...."/athew --. 6V4nrnni OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and 360 W. Main St.. Lake ButlerS
UST 6/11 BUY Era U .... enaiiiy ..a ....iLv ana SaiJRDAY.' ...... S A & dry camping wooded O.K.lots.- Hunting Mobile home and fishing cabin andBlacksmith

choose from., afflkia mtmrtuif afl dhlif.r dlaa. ind ...., arem cs.IL.wai..Y.9leitL S5.4SO w/SlSO dn., $63.71 monthly. ACRE RANCHETTE that has....." 'n'ng. Beautiful custom built.home surrounded
111.995.110. r.y Row rT.*?**"f"Palatka. ...sH W. Rae coin, (9O4) 236-4579 days ((904)) 622-2438 by 100 oak tree. Improved pasture pool born with horse talls..
month. Call ---..Glehu sdesa L d r1.-t.rd Oirq.A bpd.G _... 2/12 tin fish pond and of courts board fence. Owner MUST SELL reduced: price by
I-32I-7466.V4 I1Ct<9UNBELKVABU UNITED REALTY OF STAin 1640 S. 4622648Alachua $24.000 less than original price and owner will finance. Won't last long...
,. .... IMnsj iia TAm Snllf. Sax. -' '. ...... eV Wha-"
yswr .. 964-8447 4/16
Walnut St., S-" RIVER FRONTAGE on the Santa Fe River situated on high buff lends additional
own new 3 BR. 2 Bath double......toronly -. .wags.ybes6s
I S1SO month. Call Gtsfce ..... --....... adutdhkfrwi and tfnctI9 privacy to this contemporary 2-*tory custom built .home. OWNER

H_. E. ..per.... l- 7$V7.*.oak. Apr. Binabr. divest ..ridl .1- tv"SGA MOVING OUT OF STATE. MUST SELL. Owner will help with finance.
Mel. e/4 llchg: arhr. ... .... inner ..,..ra Cathedral telling fireplace, and over 2000 sq. ft. living area ta mention
MUST SAIL OauMoMiaiand rtk........ Racer......2Ia..........._iSR 2 w some extra
central. air. Mai a?_. ....... ..na 6C.a aaay _If ACRES Include pasture, pine tree*. fish pond and. 2 large bams.
1.352 .... ft. Call 4.r,., I ZIt- fII 7. -- Sack: nra Bas .... b. chicken pen or dog pen hog parlor property fenced: located on paved
Global. I ........ E. .........4V4 l>tBaj ___.-...-. ...i 77 C1Ida'eridw. ELOO road and best of all OWNER FINANCED. Can be told' In 3 different parcel
-Sea 5--i.. -3.6M41tpd olio. MUST SEE If acreage I* what you want.
YARD SAlES YI1as UIL 7a E.. .....sa.. SaftonIeo. _4 ACRES OR I ACRES with tree, on graded road. OWNER FINANCE.With
S5. aYr./1dd/ awn.,, "-'_ and ub tank and Or 3 of
well 4" with pump, septic power pole. acres .pasture
.....9nsL A'4 iNaisatlseom road with finance facilities.
THE and woods on graded help without any
YARD SALE Sunday. June T a* HII.! JUKE f? at thirdra6
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY available In lake Butler.Main St.comer
' Starl..1.-'GMI.--- im.e sI.. _a.a.---.
Priced reduced for CASH.
rook callacMMM" bklela. Ra..w7A4INnq1itAmrAMIYSMM6fiy ty.
Old llberalass aal 1.........anna veal. e/3 em*Sac. NEWLY REMODELED MOBILI HOMI AND LOT In city of Lake Butler Owner will finance. Also
til TT 4/4 ItchgMl A M a.. M ME 2ndL: laf a* additional lot available.
NORTH across tram *- .,.. ...m.Bab Smarr..d-rprw.Clarhasa1Pr.w. .2 BEDROOM CB AND BRICK HOMI with additional' comer lot near
c.. ...., a4nar ulaOiae.. ear. aw pew, ..... .f Magnolia Hotel hopital.OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE SS.OOO. Motivated ta sell. Homo has
iogVset.. June *.-7 V4 tuaksjCARACC -ndrme.. i wi.i. esnaAA4 c.nlrol..t and air, also refrigerator stove and dishwasher. One block
SAlfc Maytag k1.....*eas1aa edlsios. Sal Walnut Street Across from Post Office Slarke' from Main St., Lake Butler.
...... ne<*d' desk 2 -*- llamfAlESaaPens. irwbiy tea.w.A.dn. .3 BEDROOM/ BATH CB HOMI with central heat and air.Has surface top
propelled Je M isi.ers.. dish, ..s.o.. .I_ rTon. Has a few air conditioned rooms stove and double oven wall unit. Fenced: yard in town some help to
children's dathas A ..*.. nnncfc ansva. -runner Lassa cat..tail rear), finance available.
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mile west of JOt Ismaiea .......task .._ A A..r.w.O FOR RENT DREAM HOME. Located East ef lake Butler about 3 mile Also has lots of
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Robert Cain was arrested May 29 I
Possession ChargesIn on a capais charging battery,according .
to Lt. John Dempsey. Bond was r! .
Arrest set at $1,000. Cain was released on :

James Wallace Dorminey Jr., 22, his own recognizance.Adel A aARM v'ru
of Hampton was arrested May 30 for Ipi 73965{
driving under the influence accor Edward Tucker was arrested .. .
ding to Sgt. W. C. Reno. June 2 on a capias charging retail k
After observing several 'butts' theft according to Deputy Eugene i
which looked suspicious in the Lee. He was released after a $50 ravaaisr. c
ashtray the vehicle was search and cash bond was posted.

additional possession charges were
Chinal Covington was arrested i
placed against Dorminey py
June 2 on a capias charging retail
Found in the vehicle
was a scale to M r 1 .,,
theft according Investigator Y
pipe, rolling paper white sustance ri..rr t
and David Aderholt. She was released +"" I, r
green substance. Additional iM
include after a $101.25 cash bond was posted. ., a
charges possession of coCaine I y ,
possession of cannabis and
of Bruce Allen Barnes was arrested
possession drug paraphernalia
June 2 for violation of ,
said Sgt. Reno.Dorminey probation ac JI
cording to Deputy Lee. Bond was set /
was released after a
$4,000 surety bond was posted. at $5,000.

Disturbance Gets Johnny Glen Nettles, 28, was ar a ,
rested on June 1 on an Alachua ,
Three ArrestedLocal charge of grand theft, according to

police responded to a disturbance Lt. Dempsey. Nettles was released '' '' 1 I ..
call after a $1,000 surety bond was "" i
May 30 at Lafayette and
Orange Sts. in Starke where three posted.

people were shouting and fighting.

Charles Thomas Swyers, 20, of Traffic ..,. .,
Lawtey, Michelle Lee Heaton, 18, -
and a juvenile were charged with Billy Joe Hooker, 35, of Alachuawas ..... .' .
arrested May 27 for no valid k,.... .. a
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disorderly conduct, according to driver's license (NVDL), driving ... .:;,. ,. k,(+.... rr
Patrolmen Best and John
under influence (DUD, according to
Hodges. After the arrived the
police Patrolman Charles Carter. Ends Truck.
fighting continued with Heaton hit Car Hear ..
Hooker additionally charged
ting Swyers with the car door after with DWLS was, according to Lt. US-il: near the Pratt Street Intersection In Starke was the scene of this dleburg was not injured.
he hit her in the head, said rear end collision Tuesday morning. Patrolman M. D. Is shown
William Tillotson. Total bond was Spears holding a beer can taken from the
Patrolman Hodges. set at $827.50.Keith Ktlsrl F. Pierce of Kingslaml. (.a. failed to see the semi-truck which wrecked vehicle.A .
were released after Swyers was slopped for the traffic light. Pierce driving a 1982 Dalsun. hit the
a $100.73 surety bond and Howard Redding, was ar rear of the truck. lie and two passengers were taken to Bradford Hospital witness who said he had been following the Pierce vehicle for some 15
Heaton posted a $100.75 cash bond. rested May 27 for failure to appear where they were treated and released according to Paramedics Jerral minutes said the vehicle had been weaving In and out of traffic at a high
for NVDL, expired tag according to Johnson and Nelson Green. Damage to the car was ".000. rate of speed according to Patrolman Spears.
Starke Man ArrestedFor Investigator David Aderholt. Bond, The (lii\i of the Iraclor-lrailer. diaries William Taylor, of Mid- Charges are pending the results of a blood alcohol content test.

Breaking LockA was set at $352.50, he remains in

54-year-old Starke man was ar custody. Traffic Court June 2The

rested May 31 for causing a distur James Dean Henry, 58, was ar
bance at his mother's residence by rested May 28 for DWLS, accordingto
being intoxicated and breaking a Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. He following cases received final Misdemeanor McClellan pled guilty worthless counts.
lock on the front door to force his was released after a $210 cash bond disposition June 2 when the defen Brenda Lisa Sellers pled guilty check; one year supervision concur Andy Pugsley pled no contest
way in, according to Deputy Eugene was posted. dants appeared before Judge trespass; placed on one year probation rent with above case $50 court costs disorderly conduct; court probation
Lee.Embritt George H. Pierce in Bradford Coun $75 court costs violate no laws and $32.90 restitution. 30 days, pay $50 court costs.
Lee was charged wtih Donald Felix Schneble, 58, of ty Traffic Court. seek employment. Lloyd Rowton pled guilty petit John Pugsley pled no contest
disorderly conduct but was released Lawtey was arrested May 29 for Sidney D. Newman pled no contest Charlotte Ames pled guilty bad theft; six months Salvation Army disorderly conduct; court probation
after a $500 surety bond was posted, DUI, according to Trooper Kenneth improper tag; ordered to pay $50 check ($210.25); Salvation Army supervision to pay $50 court costs 30 days, pay $50 court costs.
said Deputy Lee.Divorces Ethridge. He was released after a court costs. supervision for six months to pay$50 and complete 50 hours communitywork. George R. Mull pled no contest
GrantedIn $362.50 cash bond was posted. Ronnie Risby pled guilty driving court costs and make restitution at battery, trespass; Salvation Army
while license suspended (DWLS); $25 a week. Porter Tate Roberts, II pled guilty supervision one year 50 hours community
Bradford CountyThe George McArthur, 81, of St. fined $101.25.Pearl Ruby McClellan pled guilty wor to five counts of bad checks; orderedto work, $50 court costs.
Augustine was arrested May 31 for Williams pled guilty no tag thless check; one year Salvation Army pay$30; court costs each count and Darrel W. Polk pled guilty
dissolved following marriages month of were driving with an expired license, according mobile home; J lined $101.25, Salva supervision pay $50 and $95.02 make restitution under Salvation Ar disorderly conduct; fined $101.25,
during the Mayin to Patrolman Kathy Best. tion Army supervision. restitution. my supervision consecutively on all court probation 30 days.
County. He was released: after a $105 cash
Maxie A. Padgett & Laura B.
bond was posted.
Padgett. -
Harold D. Skeen II & Kimberly K. William Steward 31, of
Lindsey .
Skeen. Duval County was arrested June 2 I" yr ,. .'. t : ,'" '. ',' oo' ", l\h
Norris Gay & Sybil Gay. to W. C. .
for DUI. according Sgt.
Steven Lloyd Casey & Knsti! Gail he 1"I. ::'... --F.. t. ., ;
Reno. Bond was set at $468.25, "" 7 '
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Casey. was released on his own 1ST'
Clyde H. McRae & Mary Ann recognizance.Obie STARKE / :" '. 't .

McRae. t US 301 South ": L t SB 21 .North /'c'
Recent ArrestsIn Lee Jackson 44, of Putnam ." .; l HOURS
arrested June 1 for II i -
County was
Bradford CountyThe violation of probation for DUI, HOURS 600\ ? 1111 ,: x t:10.1 pm |

following arrests were madein NVDL, according to S8t.-Sarnmy w J"30 1'pm 00 g0 "fin. Mon.-Sat.

Bradford County by local Eunice. Jackson was to pay $150 or Mon.-SaL < 8HFrf: :' Sun. 10.6

authorities. serve 60 days in the county jail. Sun. 10-6 & .. .,. .. I ),tik"
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energy creates changes in the food. '."' YI ::r)1.: ; I! I $
Doyle Conner, Irradition is just another in a ) ; !. : 1' : ;, -, ;',;

Commissioner of Agriculture number of processes of preserving fJ r-'k-. ::-.I. r ",, .'U'" 'J." !. 1' J'
Recent articles in and food and preparing it for r : ...yI.i :
newspapers consump ... .. t t. : ? : r-
magazines have raised questions tion. A number of changes occur in 'J: .'
about the safety of consuming food foods preserved in ways that have L. L; :' ;fI :\ ''Y M ':'
that has been treated with ionizing long been accepted such as curing, .
radiation It is reflective of the levelof canning, freezing pasteurization, .
knowledge about this process that and so forth. :;: :: ; : -;; .: ; ': =

I think lie behind the questions. Ir- The fact is, radiation plays a ma ( i' "'' i 4 H I t zsmm I ''ij I ;
radition of food is not a new process jot,essential role in food production. ( 11I

having been developed over many, Plarts capture some of the energy \r" Frcih Brad. Co. I< Haydan F..... CaliforniaNectarines
many years to the point where it nowis from the visible light range of the Whit E ixtraFancy"Bananas
permitted on some products at electromagnetic spectrum in the I Mangoes SweetCantalopos j
certain low levels of energy. process of photosynthesis, by which I Corn .a. "TO fTf* ( Ib. 69C Sugar

There are a number of benefits to The they visible turn sunlight light energy into plant is convertedto growth ,J 1.69 \ ) Calif.Plums .... Green CrlipLettuce F 33 1 1.Id

Florida agriculture and to con chemical energy which is storedin 1\\. Ox. 'V I 11 ib.59e IB. 69 IB. s,jIlll ,
sumers if the process is employed as the organic compounds producedby I j 49* '-1t.
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of food exten Plants and animals which :
a means preserving .
ding shelf life and ridding! the food of are used for food are all produced I'.I t 11" i h I '.

harmful bacteria fungi parasitesand under exposure to electromagnetic

insect pests. The benefits clear radiation. A'!lt'I! ; 1 ,,
ly encourage the use of radiation as Broiling and baking result from :
a technology whose time has come. electromagnetic radiation in the in Fresh
Irradition exposure of the productto frared range of the energy spec
radiant energy) can help make trum. Microwave cooking exposes Family Pac k ;4.

our food safer to consume and food to energy levels which overlap ... Cuf'-Up GROUNDBEEF Fresh Cut
cheaper because of less waste and the infrared range and some longer .

spoilage.The wave-lengths. ASSORTEDPORK
United States is among the The value of ionizing radiation in __ FRYERS :
laggards around the world in per food preservation and pest control is '

mitting the use of radiant energy on that in proper doses it can split ;, !)
foods probably because Congress enough of the molecules in the
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food additives the food that = .
radiation with on so they are no longer 1t1Y"i.: b.
the basis that it may affect the functional without a.*, the same time : ..-.n.h lb. / Ib.S ,,-
characteristics of food. Despite the splitting so many of the molecules in cI

law enacted in 1958, ionizing radia- the foods that the foods are damaged. / > Ibt. or more)
tion treatment of foods is not an ad Some minute amounts of new I ,
ditive but a treatment. Treatment of chemical products are formed in .
food with ionizing radiation does not food exposed to gamma radiation i -N Fryer
make the food radioactive, any more which II'i the kind used in irradition .
than a chest X-ray makes a human treatment, but their concentrationsare Fryer .' 9

being radioactive.All v.?ry low in parts per billion or : DRUMSTICKS . . . .Ib., bIP
types of exposure of food to per million ranges. Leg .
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Brooker Elementary Gives Board Wish List for Future Improvement \.

BMS.And the 6th grade students at- parents, and BE: paraprofessional PTA Report...
A fence around Ibe north slide of que here. The stove no longer Easier Move Up... tend an orientation at BE. employee were present for the reported the BE
the school property a new stove for bakes evenly burning on one side Is there any way to ease the strainon Jordan asked if BMS students, meeting in the BE library, in- Mi.raised Ustzwan$8,300 at ala Halloween
cafeteria to the and leaving things undone on the Brooker students moving from PTA secretary Wanda PTA
and students
tile a walkway preferably former BE cluding: netted 5739. and
eared for other.McRae said. BE to Bradford Middle School, asked Andy Jordan carnival, spent
cafeteria arc tile needs could return to BE and talk to the Ustzwan. PTA'president school
Braoker FfrmmUry"" (BE) for the The walkway from the front of the Andy Jordan, president of the students about the move up. The teacher Ramona Jordan, $5,625 on the ,including$1,500in
school $1,400 on computer -
main to the cafeteria, a supplies.
Brooker PTA. Sue Crawford,
MTMterna.Tbe social thing Is a big part of the move paraprofessional
hardware and $1.200 on supplementary
distance of about 25 feet was the
scbool board Tinted May 14 at third item mentioned by Principal "There isn't much we can do," up, and comes a year later than parent Jerome Kelly, and teacher. instructional material
BE M aamlur of its nose pre- from Southside or Starke Elementary Marilyn Vellenga.
The school
answered Duncan.
McRae.A BE walkway was not requested Supt.
budget. VH B. The board made no of pointed out BE instructor .. f
in previous years becausethe system is in process standardizing :
bat Bctened la evenrtlung All the other
promises Vellenga.
textbooks students in the same
needs elsewhere were much so
tile IIaJf deem parents and PmociiMl students have a to adjust,then
all over the county will use the year
greater. Now that walkways have grade /:)
and often
BUlMeRaefaadtosay. in
the BE students move fate
been erected at other schools same books, Duncan pointed out. lJ
said there is
McHae there
BE Pnaopal : time a BMS teacher forgets
BE students blend
BE will be in line he -
a real problem wJ local traffic perhaps are a few students unfamiliar with
right in at EMS, said: Principal \
al'DllDlltIIe presently aarenced area something that went on at BMS the way
Repairs are needed on the McRae, a former administrator at
of tile scbool premises.Local traffic in front of the school, BMS.There is no question there is a prior year. Ms. Vellenga said she
often cats: across die school yard McRae addedExpressing big change emotionally, McRae found herself guilty of that when she -so BulldozingFill
which CIIIIIId esedaageir stodtuts. teachers to taught at BMS.
appreciation to the said. At BE the preach
Inmates Cram local bare About half dozen teachers
what's at a
McRae the students about coming
school board. Principal
dared tile undeibnan from tIe Dirt
--Warea., pointed out to pointed out since lastyear's meeting
the board.a tour to show the board the bt-fold doors have been replaced
vfaere be the fence be butt. with fixed walls and doors and the Diamond
suggests Ball Clay
a distance iaaoteet from tbe back old stage has been closed and made .INSULATION.SAY' I '
of the cafeteria to die north property into a computer area. .
eonoeclion with The roof of the BE building, builtin
tire,and back to tbe
field. McKae 1963,and the air ban
bier fence to tile THAT ENERGY
McRae said, adding, "I
estimate the cost at$1,00 to$S2.5OO now --
far material.with die mmate crew think we're in great shape. The *-
roof will have to be replaced before
Robert Worrell Owner
doing tbe work* liOllcJ :
The cafeteria stove was brought too long he said. t :fog

ever from tile old cafeteria, said No Grade Change... ; G
McRae.addle"ire re talking anteMicbelle ye
No plans are in the works to llc/
change the current K-6 grade structure 1g
of BE. Supt Jim Duncan ,
assured parent Jerome Kelley.A "'II"
K-5 grade structure would be too
small making BE cost more per student -
to operate and a K-8 structure .HOME-C ERCIAL-INDU'WOL.I .FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR OPEN Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Closed Thurs., Sat. 8-2.
would be too large for the school .HIGH R VALUE aUUlOSEFIBfRGLASBAITS .. INSULATION
j' with some 200 students.Enrollment, NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION Robert's Construction
around 140 students this year, OayieNIOM\ QUALITY INSTALLATION
vanes from 130 to 145, McRae said. '
Capacity of the smallest school in SAVE I[I 964-69W' AVE Highway 121 r Worthington Springs
the crunty: is 160 students.BE ON HEAT1MQ
c is a neighborhood school a 48 -23SO
concept subscribed to by past and DEAN CASSELS '
present school boards,and there are STARKE ;
no plans change it,said ChairmanRortnrv -- .- -- .
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Howard of Stark competed in and o\) 4 5 and 6
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UBS.Mtchelle graduated from the Bar- Please consult your telephone directory for the location of your,newest. Btdcock Home Fornlshlaf s Center
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