Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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June 9, 1988
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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partly cloudy skies through the week-end,. with-showers and 1 11
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'47th Issue ', June fae8 V8P8112-7.

'JIVortli ;9\{ ting Hardy Guilty of Conspiracy JL ./ '" Not of Distribution, I

: said he shouldn't even be sharing or transferring, in this case both, plus a special parole term.of at.,. were testifying to keep from 'being
Reading Program... whole'mess is a bunch of cocaine. lest three years.Widespread prosecuted themselves or testifying
.! Apparently, the jury.agreed with rumors on the street in the hope their sentence would be
The Bradford County Llbrary'an"nounces arguments AssIs- the government when they found of Hardy and his friends being cocaine reduced.The .
plans for a summer Charles Truncate' Hardy guilty of conspiracy to users and throwing frequent 16 witnesses for the 'prosecu
reading program. Tuesday mornings had shown righteous (in- distribute cocaine: Hardy was allowed parties became public record as a'' tion, including admitted drug
10-10:30: a.m., ages 3-5 (Preschoolers r'e' his being'prosecuted! to remain tree until his sentencing parade of witnesses testified June 1. dealers, users, former girl friends?

), : Hardy was not above scheduled for'August' 19 before 2, 3 in lederal court in the Middle one employee, gave versions of beIng
Thursday mornings, 10.10:30: asked the juryto seek'' Judge Howard Melton. The ,con- District of Florida in Jacksonville. involved with cocaine during the

a.m., ages 612.Thursday June 16 the focus on the law which spiracy+ charge punishable by up With the exception of Investigator l 80's,, some times at Hardy'ssee
Morning is partner-- ''to IS to 20 years incarceration: ''WIley Clark, all the witnesses said
'program will be "Magical Beguinings0' and distribution: is and/or: $25,000 to $1,000,000 fine, or they were, mends: of: Hardy, and, .( Drug )
featuring clowns magic,
Canons,'etc, for ages 3-12 ,

In Emergency;..,", To Appeal,

Residents of Bradford County
'whose telephone prefix is 485,468''

or 496 may call either of two Verdict: .

numbers in emergency situations
toll tree, and reach the courthouse Attorney Dudley Hardy will ftp

switchboard during working hours peal his conviction ol conspiracy Id1
'.I hose numbers are: distribute cocaine, says his Mi-ns

376-1502 or 377-5122 attorney,. Huntley. .Jonnion I ol j
After;; working hours; for juror 'Gainesville,

calls and regular non-emergency "'1 think we' have a reasoiiaoie\
business calls during courthouse" chance of prevailing on appeal;'
hours, call: ,Johnson said Tuesday from ms
-375-0209! Gainesville office. The defense! : has

10 days from the trial to file motion
FAD Meeting....
for a new trial'. And, there:! is fou&nf;
Families Against Drugs (FAD) a month to appeal alter Hardy- is
will meet 'fuesday/June 14 at 6:30: sentenced, Johnson said. .
p.m., in the home of Adele and Main thrust for the appeal is pro-
Frank Mitchell Call 964-6758 for secutonal misconduct' based on

,further information., 'comments elicited from government '
\ informant Johnnie Blame Thompson

Lunch;Bunch..., on redirect examination,by JVssisv
V4 tant' U.S. Attorney Charles Truncate
The Presbyterian Lunch Bunch gr' $
the prosecuting attorney'saysAttorney
will meet Friday' ,June 10 at, 12' Johnson.

noon. Johnson'maintains; the government
Come and bring'a covered dish, tned Dudley Hardy in an attempt '

and! enjoy the fellowship v,with us.Summer' to solicit mlorrnation about.
public/ corrpution. u Dudley'11\,1'1,1);
Camp'... had possessed information' atx>ut
< Summer Band Camp at Bradford T4' public corruption and had been will-

Middle School, $8 per student. ing to give it to the government
Register at the Vo Tech Center; there never would have been a trial I,' .,

Dates/June 21.23,28,30. July 5':7.. : Attorney Johnson said Hardy an
,12, and 14. r admitted cocaine user would nave'been
f. willing to plead to possession( ot

.Summer Swim, Pro, ''rid' t r rote YAes cocaine, which Johnson Said is''a,

'gram... misdemeanor is a possibility;' '!>UI' I'm,

Friday,June 10 is last day to' cautiously hopeful that will not,,nap
register, Cost $10 per student.' pen, Johnson said 01 Hardy's con
''Dates June 27-Jtily 8. Register only viction of 'conspiracy'to distribute
at Vo Tech Center. .cocaine. '
*" ,';When Dudley Hardy 1 is on trial,

,Singles :Meet...' --- --- --=- ....-- >t ''Bradford County is 'on. 'trial.
Johnson said in his opening, statement
"starke Church of God Christian In the Hardy drug trial.;
Singles in Action will be having .)0, ;
their meetings the second and j-

fourth Fridays of each month.
Witnesses... '
''Good speakers, food and
,fellowship are featured each tune. Happy and Sad,,. r '

Call 964-7678 or,364-568t, 74 BHS seniors march to their seats to the No Sex;

Summer ProgramThe r Strains of Pomp and Circumstance before :

a Jam-packed Bradford High stadium.:'
Recreation Department + In the above photo II-rI are seniors
i summer program will begin June' its 1 Phillip Griffis extreme left; LaShawn Traded \
12 and run through August 5. The Holder, Kimberly Gnffis junior usher '

Center will be open from August 8 fr Sarah Smith. Claudme Greenly' .Sondra '
until school starts, hours 9-5, for .. > Green, and Vlckl Goodowns.At .

'tree play onlyr for youngsters aged714.y' For Coke,
,; 'a, left (CI-rH Salulatorlan Jason Brown,
valedictorian Jody Brown: and graduation durIng
traded for
No sex was cocaine
Senior Awards...,, speaker Drt Pete Glanaj ease the Jitters
local drug get-togethers or par
Senior awards banquet: 6 of each other by checking'notes Just' ties,witnesses testified at the trial our

Thursday,June 2. Middle School i .before taking the field., ''Attorney Dudley Hardy, m, federal

Gym.., Tickets on sale at Bradford b .cq court in Jacksonville.,
BMS Mitchell's Drugs: Sponsor Principal Charles Francis congratulated -
Hjgh Some witnesses admitted cocaine
the Class of 1988 for Us using
: BHS Alumni Association.. decorum at the graduation ceremonies., It at Hardy's homes, some, ad-
BUS Class of 8L, is one of the better classes to graduatefrom mitted to having sex with Hardy, but
,, ; :/ when asked. denied the.
BHS, the principal sayscases. / witnesses
The BHS class of 1983 will have.. '; ,'h' 'r "j, '" ,, .1', ;
: "'
: < '
its 5 year reunion June 25.', ', ,:':"' ''II"1:.;". ,, '" Assistant U.S. Attorney, Charles>
Payments must be made by June 1., i ; fruncale, the prosecuting attorney
For answers, call Kathy, 864-5787 .,,yi, ::1' tf r who made statements during .in1'
or,Suzy, 332-2683, Vj:::,. J ,' trial that sex was traded for coca me':
I II \ >However, such a trade was not' tied ,
Class of 1978..., ,f to any particular witness and .must '
Bradford f\ ',' : ._ __ -- ..:..:..;., ;;:. : .:;, -= witnesses were not asked that ques.
The'reunion of the High
Class of 1978 is set July 23 at the tion.

Holiday Inn, in Orange Park., 195 Graduate in BHS Ceremony: One witness, Susan Faulkner, who
If your address has changed resigned June 7 as president ol tne;
since the five year reunion, please Starke-Bradiord Chamber of
call Sonya 'fenly Baldree at 195 Bradford High seniors 'took ,speaker. Dr.. Pete, who has lived in kissed his, mother and dad good' vised the 1988 grads.'.to parents, gave the following statement article
al Thor Tt'leRraphtIn an
Alvarez to
Brenda Prevatt
473-3863, part in graduation ceremonies at the Yankee land and the south,said tile night after dinner one night but just peers, and playmates. its June2 -
964-6636 Mark Reddish at 9644822, address written by The Telegraph in
of waved at Pete. Recalling In his welcoming
football stadium last Friday night. biggest difference he sees in sort made
said.altIIOUgh edition statements by
Torode at 5332505or some
Christy Redding Emotions were mixed. "Jt's a sad .southern people is a the closeness Chad had a breathing problem in the Salutatorian Jason' Brown the
Blame in
Johnnie Thompson
Shan Edwards Johns at 9644840. '" bonding. Dr. ambulance the to Gainesvilleand "... the parents gatheredhere
day, said one graduate about to' and tighness in family on way Hardy trial concerning!'
march out on,, the football field to 'Gianas' hometown is Wellsville N f. CPR was required Dr. Gianas,, tonight feel the years have gone Susan Dudley Faulkner were' written to-
Jobs for Youth...' 'close out her high school career. But He's been to college and medical asked -What's the matter; you kissed by very quickly these school years sound Ms. Faulkner had
Youths 14 through 21 years of'age' others were smiling, having a good school in BaltImore, Washington me on the first date and won't on have encompassed the<< major por- been as involved though in giving sexual
U.Cand Miami, and came to the second'!" tion of our lives thus far.
who can meet certain guidelines tune. said The best favors for cocaine and had attended
medicine Dr.'Glanas'sald' he knew his folks "A wise man once ,
month Starke, to practice
the next It was standing room only, with
may apply during Youth Program stadium filled to "I hope you keep the bond strong. I really well but couldn't figure out of all things is to learn..Money can parties at WhiCh people participated
Summer the football being Faulkner
for work in the alt the be lost or stolen health and strength in free basing cocaine. Ms.
didn't know
at the Charles Francis think when we get back to baSICS"that's why they
apply Principal '
If interested, capacity denies these'' accua-
told did. Then Dr 'mayf811but what have commIt- emphatically
.' --" radford- the Class of 1988 on its where it is, Dr. Gianas answers, because he you
at congratulated triaf
> Job Service Office Lions and no one during the
mind forever'
off to ted to yours ,
Gianas said, he went college your
the graduating
609N. "
Center, decorum. It is one of the better
Vo-Tech remarks.
Union returned home for the Brown said. substantiated
-- When Chad Reddish passed out ,and when"he
Orange St., StarkfcUpcoming., classes over the years, Principal- running bases and had to be given summer he was, amazed how much'his To the parents Salutatorian Brown testified
said after the ceremony. trial Ms.
Francis At the ,
Gianas said he was sur- parents hadleamed in one year."I expressed the gratitude of the Senior
introduced CPR, Dr.
... Dr Pete Gianas by the class'See she dated Dudley Hardy at one time,
Class. Brown expressed
at the number of people at think they studied like crazy
School Board Member Len Scnlof-:; prisedd and that she used'.cocaine from
Public meetings scheduled in the. the hospital genuinely interested in while 1 was gone.
doctor who never
man as the saysno Gianas ad ( Graduation..P.IA) 1983-87,
coming weeks are: to anyone; ," was the guest Chad. And, Gianas recalled, Chad Learn by listening Dr.
Chamber of Commerce Board of ,
Judy Bradley, another witness
Governors meets 12 noon Thursday also denied trading sex for cocaine.

Starke, June Center.12 in board room,.SFCC, City Voter Redistricting Trial Set Next WeekThe 'cocaine Ms. Bradley when says visiting she had Hardy's her own

Bradford County School Board -
e residence. Dudley Hardy was a
Monday, June 13 at 7 P.m.11n Administration challenge of the Bradford ed before hand the case may begin against the city, fees of attorney Lip- gentleman and the parties were
Building on N, Temple Chapter of the NAACP of Startle's 'on Monday,June 13. U the first case man can be substantial.The The Starke commission decided, nice get-togethers; Ms. Bradleysays.

Ave.Brooker at-large voting will be heard next goes to trial, the Starke case may complaint originally filed m however, to contest the issue. old.The People played darts,", played
Council, 'Tuesday, June case is now more than two yean
Wednesday, June 15. pool, and sat around and talked. Ms,
week in federal district court in begin that member
1986\ asks single
14 at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall, Jacksonville.1 The trial will be heard ,belore early districts' be established in In a pre-trial hearing in Jacksonville Bradley, who has pleaded guilty to
Brooker. Hodges., without a Jury. He voting In late 1986 it was agreed by At' distributing cocaine and is to enter ,
Judge :
The ''NAACP claims at-large better -
Starke to a black person
1 /'Tuesday, give and Brown that a
'Hampton torneys Lipman
unfair that it a may rule immediately Attorney elected to the federal prison July as on a five year ,
voting is in prohibits chance to be city Starkevoting
June 14 at 7. p.m., in City Hall, black from elected to the Brown said, or he may wait several reasonbie answer to the term, testified she kept her clothes
being being commission.'
would be three single
Hampton.Bradford 1 months to render a decision.' on at the Hardy home.,'
County Commissioners -: ,city commission. Regardless of the outcome of the! Both the Bradford County Com-: member voting district and two at- .
Wednesday June 15, at 8 City Attorney Terence Brown June advised trial, Brown anticipates an appeal mission and the Bradford School:; large voting districts. Mil: Bradley said she sold cocaine
p.m., Courthouse conl-srenc room. the city council 'Tuesday, which could put olf final settlementfor Board agreed to the demand for Defense of the city will be that it is I to support her own habit out has
June 7, that the trial, following some two avoid black to be elected
Starke Council single member districting to possible for a kicked the habit'
'' a long time., now
21 at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall. years of legal entanglement, is coming Win or lose there will be no costly litigation.'The' school board under current at-large districts.. In
Economic Development Cor- to trial. Attorney Brown engaged penalty. However, if the paid complamtant legal fees in the$2OOOO'S. the late 1970, George Holiday, a She testified that she used cocaine
poration, Tuesday, June 28, 5 p.m. in a stratedy session with the city monetary loses it will probably be re- The county contested the local black contractor, came within: at the Hardy dome and said Hardy
Bradford County Zoning Board, council Tuesday night. 'quired city to draw precinct lines, and amount grew and the county paid- i 12S votes of beating veteran Councilman used cocaine, but never sold it."they've .
'Tuesday. June 28, 1 p.m., in City The case will be number 2, In a elect i rfeommirssioners ,within legal fees in the (30,000s to attorney Vernon Sikox in a ruiroff-
docket of S cases to be heard by the blown this out ol propor
Miami who has the two men
reqwre the David Lipman of vote between
Hall.Starke Zoning Board, Thursday* Hon. Terrell Hodges Chief Judge of ''city district/toipay/. The the judge cost of can court and attorney brought such suits all over the state Currently, there are I.MS white tion until it i* outrageous.*' Ms.

June 30,7 p.m., in City Hall. the Middle District of Florida. C feet if the ruling goes and has been successful in almost all, and 526 black voters In Starke. Bradley,says.
i'rown n.Klir the first case is settl .

--1- J .. I \ .


2A TELEGRAPH' June. 1988

Hosts of Seniors Get Awards, .at Alumni Assoc. 'Banquet

Sponsored by the Bradford High Barnhill,. Dennis Glover' Kevin minimum in 'New Basict"} two' National Honor Society. Senior' Industrial Arts: Data Thorpe.
School Alumni Association, the Starling, Chris Powell, James credit more than required graduation Members:' Mike Barber Cody Bar- 'Industrial Vocational education
Senior! Awards Banquet was held at Trickel, Vicky Goodowns, Allson'Thompson. total (28); comply with course mull, Robert Boone Jason Brown. Auto Mechanic; Stephen Smith
the Bradford Middle School gym, requirements for Florida Academic, Jennifer Brown Jody Brown, Todd i Good Citizenship in Welding:
Thursday, June 2nd. Starke Rotary Club (SFCC) : Scholars Program.: Mike Barber, Giiienwaters, Sondra Green, Mindy Michael SUllwell, Philip Griffis.
Receiving Golden "B" Awards Michael Elder and James Carver Jason Brown.Jennifer Brown Jody Mersey, Tammy Holland..' Alison JROTC: James Crews, Vickie
s.9 were students. Mike Barber Robert two years, $660 tier year; Jennifer Brown, Rick Klmutu, Carrie Ivey,' Rick Klmutu, Stephanie Foster, Curtis Knights, Spencer
Boone, Jason Brown Jennifer Clark and Dale tassels one year Musson, Richie Taylor,. David Kopelousos; Esther Martin, Carrie Smith, Donald Spark
Brown, Jody Brown, LaShaun $150 per year. Thorpe, Robert 'Thorpe Joy Musson, Stephanie O'Steen, Nicole Latin: Pam Carter,David Thorpe.
Butler; Jamie Carver, Mike Elder, Andrews Minority Scholarships Vellenga. Palm, Robert Thorpe Joy Vellenga Library Services: Donald Spark
Rick Kimutis, Esther Martin, Lori (SFCCI $660 per year; Andra The Bradford County Chamber of Shenekia Velienga, Pam :Zurfiun. Mathematics: Robert Boone,
Sapp, Richard Taylor, Robert Hampton, Felicia Davis, Patricia Commerce Student of the Year is Departmental Awards; Jason Brown, Jody Brown, Carrie
"i( Thorpe, Joy Vellenga and Shenekia Searcy, and Yolanda L. Walker a Lon Sapp. Agriculture: Hal Davis, Lisa Musson, David' Thorpe. Joy
Williams. Mr. Guy Andrews received 1987 graduate. National Mertit Scholarship Program Mosley, Chet Norman, Chad thorn- Vellenga.
a special Golden "B" award for Kiwanis Club Award Student letters of Commendation for Office Service: Albert Allen,
(his continued support and contributions Citizen of the year: Pam :Zurfluh, recognition of outstanding academic ton.Art: Mike Barber Jason Brown, Vicky Goodowns Sondra Green.
,, to the college and its scholarship Bradford High School and Chet Norman -" promise were received by Jonathan Jody Brown. Carla McCutchen, Jennifer Woodsy
program. Bradford Vocational Center Rowe and Robert Thorpe. Band: Robert Boone, Kim Burch, Pam ZurflUh, Curtis Knight
i Woodmen of the -American P.R.ID.EAwards: : A program to, Dale Cassels. Michelle Hendrix, Physical Education Boys: Mike
History Award' went ,to Rosalyn Other 'Senior Awards: Connie recognize initiative and distinction'in Rosalyn 'Taylor, Elder, Robert Thorpe.
'Taylor. Foster three month scholarship to, Education. This program Is sponsored Business: Sondra Green M outstanding Physical Education-. Girls: Andra
Mr' Guy Andrews..,. The American Legion School United Electronics Institute in Tam by the State Department of student Sylvia Thornton It Hampton.
Mr. "..........dltpUy the Coldm *B* Medal Awards were presented to pa. She will study Nursing Assistant Educatnon in Fionda. Awards can outstanding citizenship. Science: Jody Brown Mike Elder
Award b*remind from the.,hl HIS oondinnedsupport AlumniAwacUtlan John Fredrick: ,Jr. and Esther Mar Program. be made in Writing, Mathematics, Chorus: Dale Cassels,Mike Cider Rick Kimutis, Came Musson. David '
In recognlUon > tin. Esther Martin half tUitionscholanlUp Science, and Social Studies. Vicky Goodowns Chris Powell, Thorpe, Robert 'Thorpe.Social
to BUS and KhoaUrahlp pragma o The Board of Trustees of the Santa for four, years to Lee Writing: District Winner Jason Richie Tyior.Computer Studies: Robert Boone,

Fe Community College Scholarships College in Cleveland,.fenn. Brown, Jennifer Brown, Jody Education: Cody Bar- Rick Kimutis Came Musson, Lon-
Correction...! to the top 10% of the class;; full tUI-, Stephanie O'Steen Full four year Brown, Kim Burch Richie:Taylor nhill, Victoria Butter, ,Stephanie me Norman, Andrew Roberts,David
tion and books: Jody Brown, Jason gymnastics scholarship to 'fowson Joy Vellenga. Kopelousos. Thorpe, RobertThorpe, Joy '
Judith.AJKire Moody Smith was incorrectly Brown Robert Thorpe, Jennifer State University in 'Towson Mathematics: District Winner English: Outstanding students in Vellenga.
; identilied in the June 2 Brown, David: Thorpe Carrie Maryland. Robert Thorpe Mike, Barber English,'with 4.0 GPA in English: Spanish: Rosalyn Taylor.
issue ot The Telegraph as having Musson, Robert Boone, Richard Lon Sapp Tuition and books Robert Boone, Jody) Brown, ,Joy Jason Brown Jody Brown, Robert, Exceptional Education: Albert
peen sentenced May 25 to serve five Taylor, Michael Barber; Pamela scholarship in Track for five yearsto Vellenga. Thorpe. Allen, John Foster, Ricky Heath,'
years in prison. /urtlun, Stephanie O'Steen Joy the University of Fionda. Science District Winner David' Other English Awards. Tunmy Seeley. ,
The iniormation, was picked up Vellenga. ,Stephanie Kopelousos,, Robert ' per year as Thorpe,. Robert Carrie All A'aln,Senior year fir 3.0 GPA in Senior Leadership Awards: Cassie
iron a statement at the Dudley Hardy Richard Kimutis, 'todd Gillen- ,a Mohr Scholar at Stetson University Musson, Rick Kimutis,Joy Brown. grades 9-11 Mike Barber, Robert Autry, Jason Brown, Jennifer
trial In a, statement made by waters Esther Martin, Nicole Palm,, in Deland. Social Studies: District Winner Boone Kim Burch, Rick Kimutis Brown Jody Brown, Robert Thorpe.
,Assistant O, ,S. Attorney Charles Tammy Holland, Tangaiia Bass. Jason Brown-Selected! as the BHS Rick Kimutis. CArrie' Musson, ,Sherry Mattox,' Appreciation Award from Senior
Truncale, who later apologized to Gene Muyrphy Lori Sapp. student to compete for ,the 1TT- Hi-Q Team: Chris Powell, Rickey Nicole 'Palm, David Thorpe, Pam Class: David and Penny Aderhoit
the court for the error. Telegraph Fordyce (SFr'(: Bobby and Carolyn Autry
Scholarship ) Rayomer .scholarship in district 'Smith Richie Taylor. Zufflun. Larry
also apologizes for reporting the incorrect $1,200 per year: Jody Brown. competition. He received a $50 sav Principal's Leadership Award, Consistent Effort all 4 years- A-B Reddish- Sonny's Bar B-Q.
inlormation, about Ms. Beck Scholarship (S"CC) 9660 ings bond. Program: Funded by Herff Jones Students: Kim Adams, Dale SIRS/FAME Intellectual
Moody. Judy Bradley was the del en- per year,' Charles Hamilton and Inc Demonstrated ability to coim-. ,Cassels, Vicky Goodowns, Ideila Freedom Student Scholarship Competition -
dant sentenced. Judy Alkire Smith is Erika Banks. Presidential"' .Academic Fitness dine academic excellence and exemplary Hall, Stephanie R. King, Eric : Jody Brown <* entry; Tam
under a presentence investigation Andrews Scholarships (SFCC) Award:" A minimum of 3.3 GPA; leadership roles IB school Packham, Rosalyn 'Taylor, Richie my Holland Entry,Amy Tyson entry -
and will be sentenced at a later time,,. $660 per year: Mindy Hersey,. Minimum 80% on any standardized and community activities. Rick< :Taylor Joy Vellenga Shenekla Hal Davis 1st Place, Pam

said Truncate, _' _', Rosalyn Taylor,Sondra Green,Cody achievement test battery 12 credits Kimutis. Williams...Jennifer_ _m_____ Woods.n __ Carter -2nd place.
-The Editor

Phon. 135 W.*t Coll Str..t Drug Trialresidence from page 1A ,
964-4305 Sink, FL :32091; "
The in Starke and at Crystal Darlene Hobbs, an 11 year teacher'at The government asked few questions -, At that time, according to Clark' Johnson'ot Gainesville l ,attempted' to':, "I I", '" ," "'.
Lake as well as many other homes in Lawtey Elementary School verbally ot State, Investigator Clark, Reddish of ,; ,
,Bradford County Sheriff Dolph was aware prove that Thompson was a liar and if> !J'1':'!:':;' "I
the Starke area. They expressed lit tendered her resignation to who said Hardy told him that he
that he was Har- "
rumors protecting was on cocaine during the FDLE, ,; ,:, ', !
Telegraph tle or no fear of being arrested for Superintendent' Jim Duncan Tues (Hardy was a user of cocaine This dy and others from arrest. Sheriff FBI Investiation. :',",,', I
using the illegal drug. day June?. conversation took place after Hardy Reddish went to the Department of \ ....,' 1 i
USPS 062-700 Witnesses testifying for the prosecution had been subpoened by the grand Law Enforcement to ask for help Called to testify for the' defense' "
'Former Starke police Scotty -
included inmate major .
'1'Published Thursday at 135 West prison jury with the investigation, said Clark. were Lester Lee, an inmate from,
every Rhoden testified he used cocaine' '
turned government informant John However, the defense attempted '
StreerStarke Florida 32091 In the spring bf 1984 it was Santa Fe CorrectlOns'Institution.
nie Blame Thompson former Starke with Hardy at his home as well as using to discredit government witness ;
;Second Class Postage paid at Starke. police major Scotty Rhoden Everett with other people at other homes'In 'Johnnie Blame Thompson, by asking rumored and was common street Hardy's brother, Buddy; Lane
Florida and additional mailing offices Bradford County. He admitted he knowledge that there was cocaine, Carter, who 'was a government
Henley Beverly Forsyth, Judy why County authorities did '
Postmaster Send address changes to use in Bradford County. Raw intelligence witness Debra
: did to the use of the ; Taylor, a Starke
Con-) nothing prevent
Bradley Judy Moody, Douglas not use Thompson as a witness into ,
Bradford; County Telegraph P O Drawer Elise Johns Am Susan illegal drug, that he looked the other, revealed that Hardy was a woman. All said Thompson was a
A/i'35 West pail; Street Stake.FL 32091, neri Darlene Ron'' way., drug activity. user,said Clark. At that time a list of liar and a drug user while a govern,
Hobbs Bradford
Faulkner Clark said
found of names presented to FDLE! includedat ment witness.
Subscription1{ .Rate Irv Trade Area,'S t 14 00 Kelley, Nancy Conner (who took the I Rhoden to, distribute guilty cocaine in conspiracy an-,, 'authorities' took part in the investigation least 16 people who have since The jury found: Hardy not guilty on
'filth) Ron Kelley, Karen Miins; and '
per year;S3,00 six months; Outside federal scheduled arrest Thompson. been arrested by FBI and FDLE.,
earlier trial, to
trade, Area: S15, 1 00 per year; S8 SO six (Darlene Jordan,and Wiley Clark an is However, they did not use Thompson Those names included Thompson which was
sentenced later He count two
months investigator for the State attorney's"; be this month. remains for further investigation into drug and Hardy, continued Clark, a charge of
in confinement. distribution of cocaine. That charge
office in Starke. activity "because he could never When asked
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make up his mind to cooperate or rests local Clark involved Hardy's allegedly taking
by authorities
not, then Assistant State Attorney money from Ron Kelley and buying
responded, "We had no one to '
PUBLIC SERVICE' ANNOUNCEMENTFROM Thomas Elwelt 'got tired of messing .testify; you cannot proceed--on cocaine for Kelley.Throughout ,
with him' ( Thompson)," Clark also '
THE CITY OF STARKE testified that Thompson never rumors. the trial the defense
In a later interview, Clark said said not
Hardy was a
to ( Will- repeatedly
agreed testify when he was federal
prosecutors were right to
Seine 1976 lead consumption by humans has been reduced signiflcantlyYoui: ing defendant) against L..anyone J. Norman except his co- come 'into Bradford County federalprosecutors dealer said Hardy, the was government not charged repeatedly with bet -

water system Is cooperating In the effort to further reduce lead In human' and investigator have bill"a .dealer,' only' a.distributor

consumption.; .\ ,''t"::' the moaeyjand.; other advantages tohandleirJoflgi i Passing cocaine on a plate. or,.mirnoop -
:investigations, ;sharing with a friend is a simple
: said Clark. matter of, distribution, said Truncale. -,
YOUR DRINKING WATER MEETS THE LEAD STANDARDS OF O.O5O PARTS Starke 964-5451 Hardy's attorney, Huntley .


The'United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets drinking : $2.00 SPECIAL, I Graduation. /
water'standards and has determined that lead Is a health concern at certain levels of
!' Sat. &! Sun. 5:00 Show' j
exposure.There Is currently a standard of,O.050 parts per million (ppm). Based on new trt. 1A
Showing :t page traveling over the bumps and
health, '''information; EPA; Is likely ,to, lower this standard significantly.Part Tuesday,. .. J' "respect and heartfelt thanks" for bruises of life.

Starts June 10 the patience understanding and "Often attitude makes the dif
of the of Inform of the adverse
this notice Is to potential
purpose you true dedication of the teachers. ference between having a glass half-
)health effects of lead.'This Is being done even though your water may not,be In Sylvester Stallone In "What we make of our lives from empty, or a glass half full.May your
violation of the current: standard, this moment on is left to us,"Brown life be full, and your glass runnetn
RAMBO II) told the Class of 1988. "Many of us over," the salutatorian concluded.
EPA and others are concerned about lead In drinking water. Too much lead Jri, have already made future plans. Valedictorian Jody Brown,. in his
the human body can cause serious damage to the brain kidneys nervous system andre Some will enter the work force, farewell address urged the seniors
I| SCREEN TWO 1" some plan to be manned in the near to be' positive thinkers and
,, blood, cells. The greatest risk even with short-term exposure Is to young children *
future, many will go to college, or ,achievers. "Positive thinkers get
and), pregnant women. SEAN PENN enter the service. AU 'of us will be positive results because they live
'faced with decisions that will affect life see good days, and get m thereand
Lead levels In your, drinking water are likely to be highest; ROBERT DUVALLCOLORS not only our lives, but those of many give themselves to their days ',)r
'.If your home or water system ,has lead pipes or' people! we come in contact With with enthusiasm. It is a fact that if
..if your home has copper pipes with lead solder,,and' E] people love life, life will love them
"In whatever"we do, I hope we back. And it will joyously give back,
-if your home, Is less than five years'' old; or. remember the words of (the late pro to them in proportion as they give to'
,....Ifyou have soft or acidic water.' or: ,football coach) Vince Lombardi It'r ,

,-If water sits In the pipes for several hours. ,301 DHIVE-II1 when he said, "The greatest success Learn from, ille'l tough breaks.'
I 964-7484 is not in never falling, but. m rising Look for the good things in every"
'The best way to tell If materials containing lead have been used inyour. home Starke every tune we fall. defeat, the valedictorian said. '
'is to have the, water tested., ',: ,Fri. Sat. Sun "As we pursue our future, "Never allow potential'in your
destinies, let us continually rue, no personality to languish. Cultivate
', For more Information contact THE CITY OF STARKE at 964- 027. matter how many tunes we fall.God' belief in yourself and in your hidden
I Fi iAAYrHei13T''. never promised us an easy road to talents and abilities," urged Jody
Reduction of lead In'your,water can be accomplished by running water until travel... just the strenth to keep on Brown.Father's .

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Buster Kahn Sox Office, Cinemax and Disney mm&
BCT Staff Writer channels available for an additional : "
Earl Hurst, president of Hurst ".85 each A discount will be allowed -
Communications, met with the for taking two or more of the'
Lawtey Council Monday, June e, to .three pay channels, Hurst said.
report on the progress of bringing Homes with more than one TV set "
cable TV to the community. will be charged an additional $2 per. _
Hurst told the assembly, '"We're month, per set. '
on schedule," changing that to"Ac- Hurst said channels available will lw.
tually, we're about S weeks behind be about the same as those being offered -
because of a mix-up in locating the in nearby communities, such,
tower" as the Discovery: channel, WGN

Hurst said his firm had a "hand- Chicago, Weather station, Nashville,,
snake" agreement for a tower site, ESPN and others, ,Including cable
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but the deal feu through, and a new -ro--"
site had to be found. Hurst has now City Clerk Queen Robinson offered Straight A Students...
purchased a plot for the tower, but 1 the services of her office in signing These MxfenU*i Hampton BemenUry made Urlgfat A'*on their report '
did not disclose up applicants for the cable Benjamin Rockliff,Joey Rowe AUed Rho : the location,since no service card for the final grading periodFrom left to right on the front row Justin John
papers have been signed.He said the Cable TV in Rayhart.Jeremy Gates, Brian Low. Matilda Rbod_.Paul Turner,Brad Moue, and Alicia McMilllan. Paul. Phillips, Mathew MullU, day Archey Amanda Rowland
County... Crowley.Ia
site la outside the city limits, to Grist Bradley.Julie McMlfflaa. BRandl Cunningham Melody Barr, Erie
which Mayor Marvin Rosier laid Earlier in the day Hurst met with
"We need the tax money." Bradford County Commissioners to Seogguu Neon Contol,Delta Ford. Jessica Manhall. Melody Youngblood, the rear from left to rights Alicia Baker, Susan frfcCullough, Alex Klrcbalne,

Hurst said the new site required request a franchise to operate cable' Christina Carmichael and Roger Underwood. Charlotte Smith. Angel Men<<, Tort Heney, Mlwy Brown, Tracy McCuUou.h
the firm to redesign its plans, put* TV in the county.Commiallon In the middle from left to rights Dena Crawford Tony Brown, Cant Lee, and Jennifer Parley. \

.ting it behind some three weeks. Chairman Lawrence

Charles When Hurst Florida, the Division brother Manager of County MOllie) does told Hurst not award that exclusive Bradford With I
Earl City Agrees Developer on Walmart Waterment
franchises to ,
Hurst;: met Nov.. 2 with the Lawtey anyone, only a right to
operate. Both /Starke and
Council, he said Hurst Communlca,110ns ,, Lawtey,
was ready to begin, and work who have, awarded signed cable non-exclusive TV franchises by Buster Kahn cost $76,700 to run an 8-inch water was reached in which the city for running the 12 inch line is ex
will be complete in six months. U BCT Staff WriterIn line from Edwards Road to the site.
rights to operate within their will pay $25,800, with Herman- cessive. In fact, he stated his con-
Hurst Communications had lived up tive communities respec- an unusual meeting format The Wal-Mart operation can be served Maisel paying the balance, \ tractors estimated the cost to be 55
to the promise, Lawtey residents Mosley said commissioners ,.will Tuesday 'June 7, the Starke Councilreached by an 8 inch line, but the city, whatever that may be percent of RucKmarTs estimate, or
would now have cable TV. give Hurst Communications an agreement with the upon recommendation by Ruckman, Brown said he is happy with the approximately $57ooo to do the job.
At the same council meeting in answer to their request for a franchise developer on funding waterlines into wants to run a 12 inch line into the agreement, since he is of the opinion In the Tuesday ,Night meeting,
November, Clay Cable sought the at its July Meeting. Deerfoot Shopping Center,generally area, to provide for, future expan- that construction costs will be far Brown addressed the council, saying
franchise also, promising to have Commissioner Maxie Carter said known as the Wal-Mart site, sion. lower than the Ruckman estimate if Herman-Maisel & Co. has done
cable installed by the end of the third Clay Cable is moving into outlying Developer of the froperty, The council passed a motion to install Brown is correct; and costs amountto everything in its power to be good
quarter, long (Sept. 30). The council areas very slowly, and commissioners Herman-Maisel & Co., was a 12 inch line, with the city paying 55 percent of tile Ruckman citizens in the community, and has
awarded the franchise- Hurst have been unable to get themto represented by at the meeting by 1 $25,800, the difference in cost between estimate, Herman-Maise will be cooperated with tne city in every I
Communications largely on the pro- move any faster. Commissioners Tony Brown, president of the firm, 8 and 12 inch lines. ,paYing approximately '$31,000, way possible. When plans were being
mise to provide the service at an welcome anyone into the county that in a recent letter to the council The developer was' not rather than the $76,700 originally made,to bring Wal-Mart and
earlier date. However, according to will provide service to residents,' Brown had requested time on the represented at the April council planned Food Lion to.Star He,, he was told
the information furnished Monday, Carter said.Universal. agenda to discuss a decision made meeting, resulting in a complaint by City councilmen were pleased, water was available to the site,but
Hurst will beat the date set by Clay Cable was extended a by the council April 19, concerning Brown that he had. no,input in the_ 'Since the city is obligated for the the volume is insufficient to; handle
Cable only a few weeks. franchise to operate in the county, the funding of running water to the decision. same amount agreed upon u( the required water sprinklers in, the
Hurst said Monday night his firm but has not been heard from since building site. When the group returned and the April 19 meeting. 44,000 sq. foot building. ,
,, will offer 20 channels for'a base 'getting approval, commissioners In the April meeting. City council resumed its meeting. In his letter to the council Brown Brown said he is willing to par- { ,
pnce of$13.20 per month,with Home reported. 'Engineer Don Ruckman said it will Schaefer announced that an agree- stated the estimated cost of $102,500 ticipate in tundmg the waterlme '

1/\;:- : ,: '. ., Former Inmate in Bradford Jail Files Lawsuit Over Health Problems '.1

,'"' n.' .Clarence ,Sumner, native of $100,000. carcerated in the Bradford county of ''Mr.' Sumner was Irreparably' Sumner was serving a six month Flonda law requires that due

Ii Starke, has filed a claim for Through his attorney John D. jail, certain medical problems were, harmed and, specifically, his heart !sentence in the jail for possession of notice be given to a government in .1
damages with the Bradford County Middleton 'Of Melrose Sumner "brutally and callously ignored." has been permanently damaged for marijuana. In addition, he was. to the State ol Florida before a lawsuit
i( Commission in. the amount of claims that while ,he was ,m-> The claim states that "the health life." serve five,years probation ,can be filed against them.

I Zoners Face Tough, ,Decisionsby ,C

Buster Kahn ed a special exception to allow an appealed to the courts,,'but if the n In ,Your Picnic ;

BCT Staff Writer' alligator farm just off SR-100, on, ,decision by the commissioners isn't
County Commissioners face some Bayless Highway. ,.appealed, time and expense is saved ,& Party i I
tough decisions in, their zoning Until recently' a decision by the for everyone concerned, ,
meeting coming up Wednesday, Board of Adjustment could be ap- .
June 15, if pnor expenence u a pealed onlyrto the courts, but procedures Residents living near the proposed
criteria. have been changed, and ap- ,alligator farm have ,appealed, the
.;' Commissioners nave two items on peals now go to the county commissioners Board of Adjustment decision, and 't Forget Father's Day B
; their agenda, forwarded to them by for their consideration.Decisions are expected to argue their case at Sunday,June 19th.
1,the county Zoning Board and Boardof by the commissioners can be the commission meeting. w

Adjustment, both of which are ex- "
pected to draw opposition.The ;
meeting, recommended approval of (
reclassifying> >2.9 acres 10.allow .. .We will be. at Mitchell'a .jg.tore on CaH Street ..LUIGILBEY'S ,(
'tnobile: homes.'for Maurice Lee,.on. 'tH6 SECOND WEDNESDAY EACH MONTH from,130,3:30 :

Griffis Loop.A 10th. 1988, BACARDI RICAN BACARDI
number of area residents attended : p.m starting February BREEZERS MAIL-AWAY
the meeting, speaking both GIN AMBER
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;June t, IMS .

No Cure, in Sight, Dr.. Rubin Says

M, c thTOR1ALS ': AIDS Due for' Increase
f'. Rapid
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Drug .
'AIDS is a tricky, tragic and ultimately 'With the infection, which can be transmitted -, cannot be obtained by swimming In a pool"
the Help We Can GetAn fatal disease with no known cure at the to the infant at birth. Dr. Rubin said, even if someone else in the pool is infectedwith ,
present tune. This was the sobering that infected babies usually die within the the virus. Students attending school
message brought by Dr.Jeffrey Rubin,tn- first six months after birth with one or more others who have the virus
'epidemic is abroad in America,as In the case of the cocaine arrests and county health director for Bradford, Union are not in danger of infection from casual
not the and Levy Counties in a talk at the Stance The AIDS virus is contained in body General .
pervasive and as dangerous in its wayas trials, ,however, image is worstof Club last contact' the Surgeon lays.
of medieval times. the consequences. The worst, .Rotary week. fluids such as semen,blood vaginal fluids Neither can infection come from a mosquito -
. the plagues and to a lesser degree, saliva. Other sexually bite from other common insect.
is the effect not only on those The trnfc> part of AIDS Is that a person or any .
Its source js the large and growing perhaps, may unknowingly carry the virus for years transmitted diseases, such as gonor- .
guilty of such law violations, but also on The
hiding with no symptoms of the disease itself.
traffic in illegal drugs. poisons those who are notthe loss to the com- tragedy is that during this period, he or she ,
behind street names as innocent- and of may transmit the virus to therrs.
and munity of the talents services
sounding as grass, snow, speed
those who could have contributed so Although no known cases of AIDS have 1993
cracK. much on the plus side, rather than the been reported in Bradford County, Florida 450,000 Victims by "

This epidemic has taken lives, Wrecked negative.., and the, disillusionment of is in third place in the U.S., ranking only '

careers, broKen homes, invaded .the young and impressionable who see behind New York and California, Or New Federal: Report Says .
schools incited crimes. tainted those looked up to as *role models" do- Rubin said. Fifty thousand cases have : "I ,,'
(and the are taught not to been reported in the U.S., and half of these ,<', ": '. "I.f,
heroes things young
businesses, toppled ing have resulted in death since records have At least 450,000 Americans have been diagnosed as ::.1\\ ,,, ,'

heroines) in sports, as well as the arts, do. been kept. It is estimated that by 1991 having AIDS by the end of 1993* according to a new report ,, ; <:.: ;' :
corrupted policemen and politicians Defense attorneys at last week's trial there will be 250,000 cases in the V.S. released Federal :' .' "
Just by health officials. ,- :
bled billions from the economy and in, called the!' federal investigation into cocaine unless an effective vaccine is developed -,:, : ;F't1f31j',: !\',,'(.,
some measure infected every corner of sale and use in Bradford County before then which is not likely, Dr. Rubin, These estimates represent the first major revision of ; ,' ,; I, ;\ .; '" {
said. ,
our public and private lives ""overzealous" and at times misguided. AIDS statistics In two years, and sharply upgrade an ,\.:/(,

If we seem powerless to stop 'it, it is Federal prosecutors returned the fire, Destroys ImmunityThe earlier projection the disease of the 1991.number: of victims expected. to '" I',,').j' ,
develop by ,,
of us are ,willing to saying that Starke-area law enforce- AIDS J ; > ,
because "
so many virus causes by destroyIng "
and law to ment ,to drugs has been ineffective the body's immune According to the report, recent research Indicates that ;,.: ',' ""i
the relating it
break system making
spend the money '
all infected,with the AIDS virus will the '
persons develop I:., ; I'I: 'I
has largely because of favoritism subject to two fatal diseases- rare typeof : I: ,( ,<\ ; ;; :
sustain 'what become by govern toward friends and/or disinterest. pneumonia, and a rare type of cancer. disease unless an effective treatment is found.,It w .'.-.1, ,

ment estimate, ,a $110 billion-a-year ,This virus like the flu virus, can change estimated that 1.5 million people are already Infected ,with '. '.i' .''" ",

drug habit' Veteran State Attorney's investigator from year to year, making it difficult, or the virus. ; :." '

We have met the enemyand he is us I Wiley Clark, who has maintained a good impossible, to develop a vaccine that will ": ; '
be effective in the face of these changes The new data predicts that 95,000 new cases of the :, ''! '':: ','
'" ', relationship with local state
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'working Dr. Rubin added.D1acUII8mg disease will be reported 1992 and the could be '
and federal investigators throughoutthe by figure as ',,! ;>.
The above indictment not ,only of FBI did high as 100,000 new cases in 1993. ,
unfolding scenario, says the the origin of the VIJ'UIj; the '
,drug sellers, but also ot.drug usersthe, the,right thing to probe into illegal drug speaker said it is believed to have started "The disease starts when you become Infected with the

real root of the problemis Plague activity in this area. He credits the among the native tribes of Central Africa, virus and its complications continue from there. The idea

ed from a stern warning, "'Phe ,agency with doing a good job for which 'where it affects the heterosexual, as well that you should wait around until symptoms develop Is '

Among Us," in Newsweek magazine' "there was no other way" to get results., as manner the homosexual it was introduced Haiti In, whereit some ridiculous. Infected people need" to know It and seek

, two years ago. spread rapidly' through the homosexual medical advice Immediately one Health 'Service official

The cost figures are out-dated by now The FBI, Clark says, was correct in 'community, and: among persons addicted said.
of course, and the message is even more widespread drug activity in to the use of drugs by injection with
tragic than it ,was two years ago. "We suspecting needles.
they? Starke area and that there were
have become, by some accounts,
most drug-ridden society in the industrial serious problems in the Starke Police Education the KeyDr. rhea, syphilis herpes and chlamydia can It is also pointed out that the risk of In-,
Department, including some "corropt.drugmvolved" be also be contracted through oral anal, fection from a blood transfusion has been "i.
world. The traders have over- Rubin stressed
the of and
officers. "They've importance vaginal intercourse. greatly reduced by the screening of ,,
run our lines of defense.,, crime 'is. proven educating young people concerning the donors, and the testing of donated blood for'", :
spiralling and drugs are implicated .in that,' and they're going to prove dangers of AIDS, starting in the early Not Foolproof the AIDS antibody. There is not now, and

more than halt' of it." some more I feel." Clark added that only grades, and including parental instructionat Regarding the recent talk of"safe sex'V never has been any nsk in donating bloodat

,federal prosecutors and investigators and home. He urged all households to read the "UnderstandIng AIDS" booklet points a blood bank, since all needles used in
discuss the information
: had the money and other resources to contained tin ,out that the suggested use of condoms is, the blood-drawing process are brand-new '
The message, in all of its starK reality the mailout. "Understanding AIDS", ''far from Dr. ,and destroyed after each use.
home to the people handle a longterm'over two years) which is now being mailed by the U.S. being foolproof", Rubin
has been brought
sordid events undercover effort, which led to 33 Surgeon General to every home in the na- I stated that in one test, 17 percent of women, Risky Behavior
of his the indictments and 31 convictions or" guilty became Infected with the AIDS virus, in
revealed in I a federal courtroom In tion.This spite of the use of condoms. The health Listed under this heading In''
Jacksonville last week., pleas; so, far. brochure described AIDS as one of director added that the only really safeway "Understanding AIDS" are the following:,
: the most serious health problems that has to avoid infection with the AIDS virusis ,Sharing drug needles and syringes.
Certainly; Starke and Bradford County -: U.S. .Attorney' 'Robert MerkJe 'WhO'successfuHy ever faced the American public. It points Anal sex, with or without a condom.
do not need this kind of publicity and "prosecuted Carlos Lender out that there are two main ways to contract faithful confining sexual activity to a "mutually with Vaginal or oral sex with someone who

public relations. We have been damaged Rivas the Colombian drug lord, feels AIDS. First, by becoming infected both partners monogamus being without relationship"infection. shoots drugs or engages in anal sex.
enough by bad PR resulting from cir- that this conviction will be a from sex of any type with someone who is Sex with some unknown person (a pickupor
' had "no already infected with the AIDS virus. Se- Casual Contact Safe prostitute) or with someone known to be
cumstances ,over 'WhICh we 'PSYChological boost to all agencies
infection by snaring drug needles! promiscuous.
,control the image created by the fighting drug 'imports. "Every war in and syringes with an AlDS-mfected per' The public is reassured that AIDS can- ,'I'Unprotected sex with an infected person.

media as being "the home' of 1''londa's'electnc history has seen battles that have prac- not! be acquired through ordinary everyday Under"Safe Behavior the booklet lists:

chair, with every execution tical consequences beyond the immediate son.The babies of mothers who have been In- contact with those in school; the 1. Abstinence (from pre-mantal or extra,

datelined "STARKER. And now our consequence of the battlefield. fected with the,AIDS virus may be born workplace, at parties, child care centers marital sex); 2. Keeping to one mutually

,nearness to the controversial, proposedsite By that, 1 mean that they serve to or stores. "Understanding AIDS" says it faithful ahootmg.dJug umnfected. 'partner 3. Avoid
of the State's first hazardous waste ... :
catalyze national will to win the war, or
treatment plant, and its possible 1 serve a psychological defeat'for the.1 I t' ..., : : L : "Y-ae l. i"";)H.J i, ; i l t "

association with air pollution and toxic other ide." ', '
waste spills, brings more bad PR.'With
its downtown renovation and other plus Although last week's trial can in no Letters'* Forestry in' Bradford County' '

factors, Starke is doing what it can to way be, compared with that of Carlos : '" '.

overcome a false image that may have Lehder, it is no less a significant victory

been created by these factors but once that should cause drug dealers to Food for Thou'ghtAbout '
; Incineration Are Trees Becoming By David w. Norton
,an image is fixed in the mind of the realize they are not invulnerable, and to Problem Drinkers? Bradford County Forester
reading and viewing public it is hard to likewise cause drug users to realize Editor Telegraph:
they are the basic cause of the problem., Scientific study has shown that there
dispel. may be no safe level for toxic chemical 'Frees have an excellent record for controlling mall lowest and the need for'.water is
substances in living organisms. Even one erosion and reducing surface grhen
part per billion may cause sickness or runoff that can cause flooding. Further- it comes to drinking, the scientists
:Public Bodies Nee : poison wilt: get through the process and soil while their trunks are producing hardwoods. Pines have more leaf surface
may be worse than what is being burned. valuable timber. They do such a good job exposed to Intercept rain and to transpire
presented. Even fuel oil burned under ideal conditions that foresters have been inclined to water than do hardwoods. Near Coweeta,
.Almost every week The Telegraph produces sulphur dioxide, nitric acid, ,overlook their weaknesses." mature white pines have been intercepting
sends reporters to meetings of vanous Oftentimes committee members carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide. When the South's major worry about twice as much water per year as mature

governmental bodies, in which citizensare reveal their positions on an issue long Observe big trucks as they pull away from water was flooding, that attitude was hardwoods. When white pines are IS years

asked for input into the. decision, before the vote Is taken.indicating the traffic lights. They pour out' pollution that reasonable, but now foresters are being: old water, they use over 200,000 gallons more
burns your eyes. forced to acknowledge that their charges per acre per year than mature hardwoods -
making process. decision was made before hearing all The proposed hazardous waste site" is sometimes have a problem. Researchers in that area.

Reporters see two areas in. which they sides of the question., about 14.5 miles from downtown Starke. at the Southeastern Forest Experiment!: As in hardwood stands, management in
Northeast winds will blow Station have found that trees are heavy pine stands can reduce annual water con
would like to see changes; At other times, committee members pollution on ,
; Starke. But where else will It go? drinkers. And some are worse than others sumption. Wide spacing, frequent thinn
range far afield with questions that are Let's use some grade school geometry to in this respect. rags,and proper choice of sites for growing

Robert's Rules... not germane to the issue, or enter into a figure it out. According to the formula for 'The amount of water a forest produces pme all help to minimize consumption.

No one wishes to attend meetings con dissertation 'upholding their personal computing the area of a circle, and using for man is equal to rainfall minus two Even when these techniques are applied,
types of losses. Some however, favoring hardwoods
water pines over
14.5 as the radius, or distance from evaporates
, ducted in a rigid, formal manner, but v views.' llerbee curve to Starke, we find that the from the surface of the ground or from the ,costs something near 100,000 gallons of
some decorum is required to keep Let everyone be heard. It is the very area within this circle would cover 661 surfaces of plants on which it falls. In addI- ,water per acre per year.

speakers on the subject, and allow 'essence of democracy., When it is timeto square miles. tion, plants take in water through their The water coming from forested lands is
everyone an opportumtyHo be heard. curtail'talking, vote on the issue, not Using more geometry, we find the circumference The leaves differences in a process between called transpiration.rainfall and particularly purity.valuable This pure because water of its dilutes exceptional
of a circle with 14.5 mile
When has had on pre-determmed opinion. a evaporation plus transpiration replenishes polluted water downstream and
everyone an opportunity radius is 91 miles. A 91 mile circle would helps
to speak and the motion has been 'start at Starke go almost to Kingsley ground water and furnishes streamflow. maintain a higher quality' than would

made, discussion ,from that point on T Lake, Middieburg, the southwest tip of Man needs.depends upon. this residual for his otherwise be possible.On

should be confined to the board. Following Diary Of A Duval County, Maccienny, Ocean Pond, For some years USDA Forest Service many sites in the South, pines are

. a discussion among board, Legislative: Body Sanderson to Brooker Dukes and, Lake Butler and nearly scientists at the Coweeta Hydrologic more efficient producers of wood than
Hampton Just to mention
members, the vote should be taken, a few. Laboratory in western North Carolina hardwoods. And pines are preferred over
"MONDAY-Soak the rich. have been ,measuring changes ''In any other cover for rehabilitation of abused
without further from the au- If this incinerator Is Produced
input "'fUESDAY-Beg1O heanng from perfect streamflow from watersheds whose soils. Where water is plentiful,foresterscan
dience. the rich. no toxic waste, why does the DER wantto timber stands were altered. They found be expected to continue to favor pines
Comments by the audience should TUESDAY AFTERNOONDecideto put it in the boonies Why not put it m1'a1Jaha.ssee that as a new crop of trees grows, it uses over hardwoods. Where water is in short
or Miami?'Is it possible the progressively more water, and when the supply, however, foresters are going to
always be directed to the chairman, or give the rich. a chance to get State wants to use prisoners to run itT, new hardwood stand reaches 15 to 30 years have to consider very carefully before they
to a board member; In 'i those cases richer. Also look at the protein plant in Hamp of age, it uses water at the maximum rate. ,plant the pines.
where a person questions or directs "WEDNESDAy-fax Wall Street ton. Admittedly, it is clean well run, and This rate can be reduced by thinning. '... 'Additional
not likely to hurt anyone.But what has the information about effects of
comments to another member in the audience : stock :sales., DER done about the smell Using Hampton Through judicious a system of thinning and timber cutting and pine planting on water

tensions rise and tempers flare., ".THURSDAY-Get word from Wall as an example for other projects proposed gallons clearcuttmg.of water 13,000 per to acre 55,000 can additional be-' production available on request from the'

without Street: 'Lay off us or you will get no what do you think made available to man each And the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station.
Every speaker, exception year. P.O. Box 2S70
. Lon Seville Ashevilie. N.C. 28802.
should to' campaign contributions'THURSDAY bulk of this extra water is produced in latelummer
be the
required by chairperson
AFTERNOONDecide -", Heilbronn Area,Starke and fall, when streamflow is nor- '
come to the podium and state his name,
- -
in order that mistakes will not be made : 'We are wrong. about Wall More N.E. Florida

by the official secretary,; or the news Street 'fellow Counties Faced
"FRIDAY-Soak the little ,GARBAGE??? Not Always! !
reporter., With Air Pollution
""SATURDAY MORNING-Find outthere ,.

is no little fellow. He has been f Several northeast Florida counties, including
CAP needs
Closed Minds... soaked until he is drowned., your help with our recycling day. Clay, Nassau and St. Johns have
It is the duty of each individual on the "SUNDA-Medltate.\.\ Please save the following items:' been added to the nation's list of areas

committee, board, council, or whatever "NEX'r WEEK-Same procedure, ,NEWSPAPERS: tie into bundles. threatened with ozone problems caused by
air The
name by which it is known, elected or ,only- more talk and. 'less results." ALUMINUM cans. made the U.S. Environmental announcement Protec was

appointed to brim an open mind to the Will Roge'.QCilijj ,:. GLASS: green, clear or brownseparate into lion Agency which has already tagged
issue at hand, seek the truth, or arrive colors. Duval County as ozone-endangered. ,

at a proper'decision, based<<: on the U these counties are eventually Included
The money gained from the sale of these items In new federal air pollution control plans,
it could mean tighter controls on their industries
will be used to oppose the hazardous waste incinerator and
BRIO CoO possibly auto pollution InspecUons -,
., proposed for Elierbee Curve. If not already In force. .
? Call and The announcement comes at a time
a at, the
p4 message following 'when developers in the Mlddleburg area

phone numbers for pick-up service of your are expressing hopes for expanded
o recyclables. dustrial development in that part of clay
C Of O.MDOU10N-JOHN M.Mill. I County; Bradford County wu not mentioned
,__x :, RECYCLING DAY JUNE 25th t in the new listings. .
Pubssh.d.oeh\ Ihundav and.nt r.d on Second OOM Matter at 96444784963629.8644288' The new designations which include
the Port Ofltc at Staric.Florida,under Act of Mach 3.1879. r scores of counties all over the nation
'rNorr N4430s Subscription Rat.kt T,od.Aica' JUOOpw se 00 Ms nxxim.OutHcJ .' Look for further details in next week's paper. in formal notice to 44 drover-'
'.0. 0-Ie _. JIIotIdo * 11S. OO pet M iPr mania nors and the mayor of the District of Cot-
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Engagements- ....... ....... The Mob/eys' / ''Plan
Johnson-Rulse 60th Anniversary

SWi iCrt* Murphy-Allan
Engagement ,Told "
Mr.'and Mrs. Jesse O.iMobley/ of To Wed June II
Mrs Evelyn Banks and Mr. and Salt be celebrating their
'I Mrs. Johnny Johnson of Starke announce lOUt Swill on Fri Louie Murphy and Scott Allen will ';'.

'II the engagement of their' day, June 10 at the ,Holiday Inn- be married June 11 at 6 p.m. The
I daughter Glenda Faye Johnson to Ocala, WIth a private dinner hosted garden ceremony will be held at the
I Mr. Deby, Rinse son of Charles by their home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeCaltura -' "
Raise, Sr., and the late Mrs. Edith!: < A weekend of festivities is plannedin at Newnans Lake In ,
Raise of Sanderson. Ga.lDesvtUe ,
honor of their
anniversary, along friends
All and relative are In-
The bride-elect from
with their Annual Family Reunion to vited to attend the wedding and
the University of Florida and 'be held on Saturday and Sunday, at } J'j reception. Directions: 301 South to
University of North Florida, and is the Los Haven Recreational Part in Orange Heights, turn right on 26
employed by Bradford County Salt Springs.Jesse West and go 7.1 miles Turn left at,
} schools. a guidance counselor., D. and Susie (Davis)Mobley ,' > wedding sign.
Nr Balker :O1 were married May 31, 1928 In Mac- '0 ,
aia SChoo, an e clenny. Florida They came to bait :

Sai&Sinvu'J le"Y wens.lUI1l01. in Springs 1952, where they owned Joan Whitehead,

J'Theoti cld ig Is planned for June 25 and They Mobley's Grocery Billy Reid
at S p.m. m New Hope Baptist Store retired in 1963.
Church in Starke. AU friends and The Mobleys have nine children, To Wed June I 11?
family are Invited to attend.No local 28 grandchildren and 33 great y J"" '; All friends
and relatives are cordially
I grandchildren. Their children
"f Invitations will be sent. are .
invited to attend the wedding
Verna Justice of Charleston, SC
; r
><' Eugene Mobley and Bonnie of Mac- 1 of Joan Whitehead to Billy Reid this
: clenny; Paula Cooper yta,, r Saturday,June 11 at 6 p.m.The wedding
I' Va.; Mobley of' mpaaDonald; j } will be held at the home of
;: > Ray Mobley of Keystone Heights; James R. ReddiSh on Emery Lane in
;,. :\ '//lji, .s*... "" Rachel OueUette and Dwight Mobley ,,, j. Keystone HeIghts. '
', '""'I''' ".", .,'. ,.". of Silver Springs and Patricia ,," No local invitations are being sent,
Franklin (Deceased Feb. 11, 1981). ,. '
, ', Brena Lanan Skeen .

, :, ': 'and Jame*William Croft.. Jr. r'Sl' .... ,JI Boyefr-Afk/nson

,, (. J., ,,> To Wed SaturdayCheryl

",", ;:"' SkeenCroffEngogemenf ;'40 ); '"..." Boyett and Ben Atkinson

.. -- will be married Saturday, June 11 at
, ... J
: :' Told The For syths 4 pm. at Grace Dlte
Mr.. and Mrs. R.V, Durrance of t 1 Church of Lawtey.No .
To Celebrate j' local invitations are' being ,
Hampton Lake announce the :
sent tau friends and relatives are Invitedi -
engagement and approaching marriage 60th to attend this special occasion.
of their daughter, Brena Anniversary '

Lanan Skeen, to James William ,
Croft. ,Jr., son of Mr. and Mn. WllklsonBryan/
James W. Croft of Lulu. Fnends and relatives are invitedto '
:The bride-elect graduated fr6m Join Oscar and Vertne Forsyth at Cutting the, Cake... Will Wed June '18

Bradford High School in 1986 and is a reception m honor of their 60th Irma Mortland. 89. wearing her"Queen for a Day 41 Crown, cuts birthday Miss Dorothy 'M. Wilkison of
presently employed at Davis Express wedding anniversary The reception cake, with the first slice going to her admiring brother Guy Andrews. Star-He and Craig P. Bryan of
: hosted by their son and '
in Starke. 0-i Keystone Heights, will be mamed
The groom-to-be graduated from t daughter,will be held at the Forsyth June 18 at 7 p.m. at first Baptist
Union County High School in Lake home on Sunday, June 19 from 2-5 Church in Keystone Heights.
Butler m 1986 and is employed at p.m. Irma Moreland/ Returns'Home'

Nekoosa Packaging Corp. in Lake The Forsyths were married. on
,Butler. June 16, 1928 in Hilliard, Fla. for 89th SocoBriefs./ .
The wedding is planned for Saturday Dawkinsand BirthdayMs. Deanna TomlInson
,June 18, at 8:30 p.m. at the Dur Kathy HlckmanHlckman

rance residence at Hampton Lake Irma Andrews, Moreland a Shower Honoree
ticipatmg, including her children,
." .. (Hwy 18 off 301) Reception will Spring Piano native ot Bradford County now liv- Wayne Hazen, Dorothy Moody, and On' Tuesday, May 24, the
follow at the KOA Banquet Room. -Dawkins .,
( ing in Jacksonville, celebrated her Joanne Baxter, alt of Jacksonville, Fellowship Halt at Pine Level
No local invitations will be sent, but Recital 'Given
89th birthday anniversary among
Told and
Engagement her brother Guy Andrews of Church was the lovely setting for a
all fnends and relatives are Invitedto relatives and friends at the
155-year- MarKe.
Rev. Cecil turner miscellaneous
pastor of shower m honor of
attend. Ms. Lois V. HiCkman of Omega, old New River Baptist. .Church Sunday I the
Louise M. Stern'presented her church. an appropriate fomlmson The hall ,was
Ga. the
announces of
engagement pupils in their Spnng Piano Recitalon passage,of scripture tram Proverbs beautifully decorated with wedding
her daughter. Kathy Jean of A lot ot water
has passed the
Saturday May 28. ; bells, parasols,hearts and flowers
evening in
Faulkner-Allen Jacksonville, to Robert Howard, dam since'Mrs:Moreland was born ,3l:10-J0Mrs.: Moreland shades of
,, The following students appeared:. pinK and blue.
Dawkins. son of Mr. and Mrs. to G.W., (Will and Laura Reddish,
Told graduated The
Stafford Adam from and
Engagement Joy Jana Bennett. nurses training at honoree her mother;Mrs.
Robert G. Dawkins of Starke. ; Marchese Kara ', Lisa Andrews In their log; cabin on 4Q the East: Coast Railroad Geraldine fomimson and
Andrews, Hospital in Mrs. Nan-
Mr;and Mn., James H. Faulkner The bnde-eiect: is a 1984 graduate 'acres ot land near old New River, '
GUlenwaters. Kellie Hannah 'r.J. M. Augustine. and carried on her' cy Coleman (the groomelectsmother
of Starke announce the engagementand 'of Edward H. White High School in Station. Her birthdate, June 10, 1898.
Shirley, Lindsay Payne, Julie Pon- nursing carper at Duval County ) received carnation cor-
approaching marriage of their Jacksonville and is employed by was just four_ months' after the '
Daniel Crawford Barbie Hospital lor their .
daughter, Christie Jane, to Robert Moonstruck Art Studios of Starke.' devastating February freeze accompanied ,
Crawford Jane Stanwix-Hay, Viva bv three inches ot snow, games were enjoyed with prizes being ->
Wayne Allen, son of Mr. and Mn. The groom-to-be is a 1981 graduate
1 Riley, Jimmy Parado, and Barbara given to the honoree the ,'
David Tetstone of Starke and Gordon -. of Bradford High School and self- that wrote I1\1S! 10 the orange groves' by" winn
Smith. 0'' Bradtord lounty.: ing guests-
Allen of Raiford. employed at Moonstruck Art Studios The recital 'was given at the' Mrs. Moreland'is the great-, 'Computer Camp Set i As MIss'' fomlinson opened her
The ceremony will take place on of Starke. Methodist Fellowship Hall Follow granddaughter ot Francis N, An- For Summer Education gifts a beautiful white lace memory
Saturday,June 25 at 5:30: p.m. in the ,A summer ''wedding's plannedwith ing the program, mothers of the dreu, who came to this area Irom 5,3. Bradford' booK topped with orchids ahd mim-
First Christian Church of Starke. a final date to be announcedlater. \ County Community
piano students served refreshmentswhich Augustine m 1854 with a Spanish Education: Bible was passed for the guests tosign ,
There will be a reception the land for program is sponsoring a
included punch, sandwichesand grant meritorious service inthe : as a memento of the occasion.
fellowship hall immediately follow' cookies. Indian Wars. Computer, Camp this summer tor The -bride-to-be received many
ing the ceremony.All ,After the traditional family feastat elementary' or middle school lovely and uset ul gifts. Alter
family and fnends are invitedto noon, a This Is Your Lite pro- students. her gilts, refreshments were serve
attend the wedding and reception. Mrs. Interested students should contactthe by the hostesses An elegant double-
gram was presented tor
BHS Class! of 64 Planning ReunionThe Moreland the administration at the Bradford heart cake decorated with roses was
: .. ? Andrews-witn in tamely crunch members by Shirley par. Union Vocational Center 9S4-6800. inscribed "Congratulations' Deanna

ext. 122.'Week and Mann", Adorning the cake were

graduation class of 1964. WIlla Mae fetstone, Barbara ,Announcing, .,, l-June'21-IO-Computer'fun: crystal dishes of mints;. nuts.-frult
Bradford High School, is currently Turner Kathie VanKoolDergen. and Graphics! tray with dip and vegetable tray
planning a class reunion for the' John Wager and Barbara Walling. \Garrett Cu/verson Week ,ll-July S-8-Computer' 'With dip.Approximately.
weekend of Oct. 14 & 15, Homecoming. Several meetings are planned for Marcia and Vmce Culverson announces 'Sounds, Music & Games. 55 guests 'including

the immediate future. the birth of their son, Car Week Ill-July IMS-Computer her grandmother, Mrs. Anna
If anyone should know the ad- rett Vincent, born May 31 Alachua Programming.; Fender. Joined Deanna for this
dresses or phone numbers where the General Hospital. He joins,a sister,, Time; Two sessions are held each occasion.
following class members can be Gospel SingSaturday. Erika 2i, years old. day, One from !9-11 a.m., Session I., Hostesses for the occasion were:
located, please contact Wanda June ,11 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. for elementary students. Session II Mrs. Betty Alvarez Mrs. Julia
Williams Bishop, P.O. Box 686. Methodist FL. Watterson and Mr. and Mrs; will be lor middle school students Alvarez, Mrs. Lucile Johns, Ms. Dotty
Starke, FL 32091 or call 9646848. Pleasant Hope N.C. Roger Culyerson. Great and will be tram noon to ;2 p.m. Kite, Mrs. Dianne Moody, Mrs.
Don Brandes, Jerry Broughton, Church will be having a gospel sing grandmother is Louise Ward of Cost: *15 per'student per week. Joyce Moody, Mrs. Martha Mynck.
Gary Cole, Joe Dicandio, Don this Saturday, June 11, at 7W p.m. Starke. You may sign up tor one week only Mrs. Demse Rhoden Mrs. Carolyn
Featured singers will be Jimmy if desire. and Mrs. Marie'Thornton.m .
Eberle, Joe Fields. William Gomez, you Sapp,
Mancille and Emmanuel
Jame Gnffis, Lacy Griffis, Harley the Singers Doris/ Allina Colllmworlh,
from Jacksonville. Pleasant Hope -
Hartley, Sue Hoins. Fred- Huff Methodist is located on 301 North, Mr and Mrs. Buddy Dallas Col-
Ernest Jenkins, Wayne Kirkland. ',linsworth of Starke announce, the
and the Donald Harris.
pastor is ,
Gene King, Jimmy Lawson Wayne birth of a daughter, Doris Alline\ "IC 3 DAYS
,Lee, George Lewis, Merle Mann (Neil, born May ft in Shands
Harriet Mayton, Karon Melson Hospital in Gainesville. She joins
Firecracker Beauty, Richard Nipper Linda Owens ,three sisters and three brothers.
Charles Phipps Sammy Roberts, There are about 550 hairs In.the Maternal grandfather is RichardL.

Pageant PlannedThe Mute Shepard; Dorothy Stanford, I average eyebrow."NOTICE" Molla, Jr.; great-grandfather Is. EVERYTHING
Marklee Starling, Martna Starling; Richard L. Molla, Sr. >
Nell is granddaughter of the !I'R: DISCOUNTED
Starke/Bradford County 'Nell and Barney Cojlinp"1ELECTION '
Chamber of Commerce will sponsorthe THE EARLIER
first annual Firecracker Beauty

,Pageant to be held in conjunction SHOP .THE,
with the 4th of July festivities here m \

The event will be held on Saturday -
July 2 at the Starke Woman's t
Club beginning at 10 a.m. There will OF I
be four categories beginning with 38year
olds (Both boys and girls), the ,
7-10 year old girls and 11-15 year old

giris. 4th of I, JIM SMITH. Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give, SAT. ONLY!! =
will only
July Contestants costumes as part wear of the com. notice that a GENERAL ELECTION will ]1 te held in BRADFORD COUNTY;

petition.There. State of Florida on the First Tuesdi after the First Monday in STARTS 9:00 am NOON

and second will be runners-up a winner and in each first, November, A.D., 1988. the said iday! being the Eighth day of -

category. may be pick_ November to fill or retain tJ lie following offices:

ed up at the Chamber of Commerce,
Kenwlns, the SIS
Bradford Mitchell's County Drugs Telegraph ,or ,President and Vice PresidentUnited 'of the United States

FabnKmg. States lenator s ,
Entry fee 'will be $15 and the District
,Representative Congress for theSecretary 2nd Congressional
number of contestants In each .
,category ,will be limited. Entries of !Hate:;

should be returned to the Chamberof RETENTION of Two Justices of tl te Florida Supreme Court

:Coordinator Commerce M"or, to Debra the Norman Pageant, RETENTION of District Court of App::al Judges 1st DCA. 3 Judges '

Rt., 2. Box Starke, 32091, Circuit Court Judges. 8th C cult.. Groups 1 and ,7 NOON, -. 2:00 P.M.VSS .

telephone 964-8*>.*, County Court Judges.
Starke Church of God State Attorney 8t: Circuitth O

Public Defender 81: Circuit, ,
Kids Krusade June ,.. .
and Wilbur Thrush and 'State Senators for the following.:; Senatorial Districts: 5itatires 0

,their puppets will be In a children's Member. of the, State. House of Represei for the' following House.
revival beginning June 12 at ft p.m. Districts: 13 and: 21

through Wednesday June 151\i&11t1y .. Clerk of the Clrci lit Court
at 1:30 p.m. at Ute Starke Church of .
God, 422 N. St. Clair St. ''SherlUProperty T..TIII 2:00 CLOSING
'The Thrushes have a tremendous APP alseror MM.MTS pm
ministry for,children through the
,Tax CollectSuperintendent .
use of puppets.The church extends a

warm welcome to the community to o:F Schools
attend these special services. Rev. *Hfi!
Supervisor of El,ectlons _
John Spratiin pastor.Starling slot
Members of the Board of County Con:unlssloners. Districts '1.3.5

Reunion Members of the School Boas d, Districts 3 and 4 ,. .

To Be Held June .12 Bradford County Soil and Water ConserInTestlmony ration District, Groups 2 and 4
Descendants and friends of > M.icli-.oii 2o 15 NW 1.1th StJACKSONVILLE
Abraham and Frances GriffIS Stalling Whereof. I have hereunt. set my hand and affixed the
will are be held invited at the to Aa a Center reunion in which Mac- Great Seal of the State of Florida, at T lahassee., The Capitol this the _. Ll'l .||IOIIV_

clenny on Sunday, June 12, beginning 26th day of May A D., 1988. ORANGE PARK

with lunch at 1 p.m. Jim Smith. Secreta:ry of State III ilv.-i rvi ..| ,.| ', Kl!"| I. ,
For more Information, call

2S0-3377. .1.1Ji

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Hampton Hllltes

Social Briefs./ Visiting... Hershel Wsidron Cory
*-... ...,.,, """-' ''''<>.,, ....-.:... """- """'-' .. By Dolores Meng Mrs. Donna Tuggle' of Columbus, Wright. 8th grsde-Ellsa r Sierra

hoe..I.I.Condolence. Ohio, flew in to Gainesville Friday to Aviles, Kim Wilson. Toby Searcy
Porr/sh-McCarthy spend several days with Mr. and .
Stacey Denmark and Mert which thanked their guestsfor : ... Mrs James Terry Stacy Most Young.Improved Student Certificates

Honored with Shower coming and sharing this precious RehearseDinner/ Sympathy if extended to'the family Among those spending the went to Ricky Adams and
time with them. Wedding pictures of. Was Held June 3 and frtendi of Mrs Naomi Hick Memorial weekend at the home of Dusty Riven. '
The home of MrS John Maxfield In the couple's wedding were also ''on who died June 2. Mrs. Louise Mattheus were her On June 2 certificates for honor

Gainesville .was the lovely setting display. Mr. and Mrs.James H. McCarthy grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Scott roll, perfect attendance, and other
for a miscellaneous shower honoring 'The bride's chosen colors of pink .honored their ton, ferry Alan Mc- Silver Anniversary... Wilson and children, Kenny and areas of achievement were
fiancee of Dr and white used the Beach presented for the entire school year.
Stacey Denmark, were throughout Carthy and his bride-to-be, BecJty' to Henry and .Amber, of.West Palm
David L. Walker, on June 4. reception area, along with palm Congratulations
Mrs. Louise Mattheus accompanied
Eileen Parristi, with a charming whO celebrated their 25th
Stacey was presented with a corsage trees, ficus trees and Boston ferns. wedding rehearsal supper on FrI- Judy wedding Spell annlvenary on May 30.Mr. her son Glenn to Tampa on Altar Society OfficersOn

on arrival. Twenty-five guests The oval groom's table was .day, June 3 in the banquet room of and Mrs. Spell were honored their June I,where they visited her sisterinlaw Friday, June 2, St.&!ward'.
invited for the occasion.In covered in white and overlaid with
were Steer Family 26 Mrs. Alma Peterson. and friends enjoyed a
the Western home near Hampton Lake on May parishioners
the dining room,guests enjoyed an Army-Navy cloth, centered with Steakhouse. with a surprise party hosted by Hampfon'Elementary... buffet dinner in the parish hall.
chocolate fondue with fresh a three-layer round chocolate c.kefeattJJ'ln&
punch, In the dining area, tables were .Judy's sisters, Barbara Fitzpatrick Honor roll and perfect attendance Father Philip Gagan presided over
pineapple and strawberries, 'nuts, a pedestal between the covered in white with bud vases of of Pensacola and Mrs. Julie Cornish the installation of officers of the bt.Edwards .
certificates were given for the sixth
and finger-foods. The refresh layers and decorated with fresh fruit
fancy carnations placed at certain vantage of Maul,Hawaii fltey were assisted! Altar Society for the
six weeks period to:
ment table was covered with anarmynavy and a replica of a vintage pickup grading
points.The'. their grandchildren, Mr. and 1988-89 term
by ALL AS Kindergarten-Matilda
linen cloth centered with truck the Around the : :
on top
layer. honored couple presentedgifts Mrs. William, Muse and Mr. and Rhoden, Amanda Townsend, Paul New Officers are: President Antoinette
of vibrant summer decorated .
an arrangement cake was pods of
grapes. to their attendants in appreciation Mrs. Lee Cowden with the party Cass, Vice President Wiima-
Turner, Brad, Muse, Kristen
flowers. Fresh flowers were used at Pink carnations and fern encircled
and remembrance of their love Secretary Gem Phillips
plans. Jean ferry,
Juston Hart Julie
vantage points around the home. the bottom of the cake.Silver dishes Friends and relatives of Mr. and Bradley Kimutis.
and and Treasurer Sophie
loyalty. .
Out of town guests were Mrs. J.E. held frosted and chocolate McMillan Jeremy Gates,Brian LoU
peanuts Out of included Utehonoree' Mrs. Spell enjoyed the buffet dinner with pink
town guests Officers were presented ;
and and Brandie Cunningham. 1st grade-
Denmark Allison, mother wedding bell mints A two-branch
sister of the honoree, and Khandice candelabra held white tapers.Karen father,. Billy ParrUh of socializing and extending -Nikki Baker, Nena Contois, Roger white and yellow silk carnation corsages -
Ocala, the honoree's brother and to the honored couple.On Rowe Melody ,;they held lighted candles
Stroud, aU of Starke. Andrews (cousin of the groom served Underwood. Joey ,
the groom's cake. family Mr. and Mrs. William Par- Monday, May 30, Mr. and Mrs. Ban,. Tonya Brown, Christina Car- during the installation ceremony.

The round punch table' was nsh, daughter Rachael Parrisn and Spell, accompanied' by Judy'smother michael, Deena Crawford, Detna Antoinette Stefanelll was
Wedding covered in pink and overlaid with an son Billy Pamsh of Hampton, Mr. Mrs. Viola Lefebvre, boarded Ford, Kame Lee, Jessica Marshall. presented a corsage and was namedan
Deception army-navy cloth and centered with a and Mrs. Ernest Wigglesworth of the Dolphin Cruiseliner in Miami Crystal Murphy, Allen Rhoden Erik Honorary Altar Society Member.
Given Newlyweds Gainesville for a celebration tour of the Bahama Roberta Melody Mary Humphries listed the variety
silver punch bowl on a silver Islands Nassau Paradise Scoggins, Searcy,
andfern. including and Ben Rawcliffe. 2nd of positions served by Mrs
: of Mr. encircled with pink carnations and Coral Youngblood
The Bayless Highway home HasCocaCola Island, Blue Lagoon
and Mrs.James M. (Buck) Normanwas Kay Ritch (sister of the groom) Angela Epps Island. grade-Clay Archey, Alicia Crosley,. .Stefanelll during past years.
the setting for a lovely wedding and Shantel Ritch (niece of the ; Party Entertainment was good, they John McMillan, Matthew Mullis, Mrs. Peggy Shatter was also

reception honoring their children groom) punch during and Mrs. ".E. reported, with live orchestras providing 'Paul Phillips, and Amanda honored as an Honorary, Member
The of Dr. .
Tommy and Men, on their recentmmaeApril the afternoon. home disco calypso and easy Rowland 3rd grade-Alicia Baker: and presented with a corsage. She
22As The food table was covered in pink Denmark was the setting of a Coca- listening music. Food was delicious Alex Kirchaine, Jason McCullough.4th was accompanied to the dinner by
guestir amved, they'were Invited and overlaid with a lace cloth used Cola party honoring Miss Angela and plentiful on the entire cruise. Grade-Tort Hersey, Angela Father Ernest Brunelle,'a memberof
into the living room by Betty by the groom grandparents,( Mr. Melissa Epps, bride-elect of, Mark The trip was delightful, beautiful Meng, Charlotte Smith 5th Grade- the Maryknoll Missionary Order
NetUes and introduced to the receiv- and Mrs Hinton Jackson on their Barber, on May 13. and very relaxing I Missy Brown, Jennifer Darley, Mrs. Betty Oazinski, outgoing
ing line, composed of Buck and Bar SOUl wedding anniversary. A silver Angela was presented a corsageon Tracey McCullougn. 6th grade- President, was presented with a
bara'' Norman (parents of the tray held an arrangement of party arrival.Greeting guests was Mrs. Stephen on Leave... Billie Jo Mullis and Dena Radford. crystal decorative basket by Mrs.

groom), Timmy and Men (dressed foods, adorned with floral.and can J.E. Denmark, who directed gueststo Stephen Spell who has been on ALL AS AND BS: 1st grade- Sophie Kimutis,outgoing Vice President

in their wedding attire), Vernon and dle arrangements. the receiving line Mrs which was com-, Navy assignment in Misawa,Japan, Daniel Davis, Jimmy Coleman,. This is a gift of /appreciation

Mary ,Smith (Men's aunt and The bride table was decorated In posed(mother of ,Angela of the, bnde Harold) and Epps Mrs. for the past two years,arrived home Jessica Lester, Christina Crawford, from the Altar Society. Mrs.'Hum-
uncle). similar manner and held a traditional Dennis Pat Roger also presented Mrs. Dazinski
( Winston! Barber (mother of the 'Thursday for a three-week leave. He Bobby Flanagan, phnes
Guests were then shown into the'I four-tiered wedding cake ). now holds the rating of Petty OfficerSecond Mitzel,Bambi Rhoden, Ester Smith with a gold DCCW pin. I
I dining room and invited to sign the' trimmed in pink featuring a fountain groom Guests were invited Into the duung Class. His plans are for' Jassy ,Starling 'Jason Loveil. 2nd Mrs. Dazinski presented outgoing

bndal book, which was on a table and a precious memones .room by Allison Denmark. Serving schooling at Cory Naval Station in Grade--Randy Brooks Robert officers with a Serenity Prayer Plaque II
covered with pink and overlaid with bnde and groom in a gazebo in the Coca-Colas were.Stacey Denmarkand Pensacola following his :vacation. Broome, Teddy Demaree Hannah : Mrs. Kimutis, Mary Gissy and

an army-navy cloth. An arrange middle. Both the bride and Kristy Johns. A rose flower ar- Ford, Brandy Hall, Peter Kmpp, Dolores< lIMn' were decorated with
ment of pink carnations, baby'S groom's cakes were decorate the rangement centered the refresh- Mrs. Dishman Honored... Amanda Meng Clint Morgan,Susan fresh variegated floral arrangements -
breath, and small pink daisies in a groom's mother, by: ment table,'which was covered witha On 22. Mrs.Pauline Dishman Parmenter, Danny Wiggins. 3rdgradeHope oi chrysanthemums,
silver bowl adorned the table. Mane Thornton, assisted and served lovely lace tablecloth over a blue was honored May with a birthday ARchey, Jaclyn Crews, .daisies and fern: These were later
Behind the table on the china cabinet by Lynn Bacon (the bride's matronof liner. party at her Mon Villa Shaun Muse Chansse Rivers, Chris given as prizes to Mrs. COBS, Mrs.

was a framed wedding collage of the honor Margie Ricks, Donna Fifty guests were invited to attendthe home, in celebration of her 74th bir Gibbs Randee Varnum. 4th grade- Dazinski, Mrs. Sheller,Joey Shuford
couple's wedding balanced on either Brantley; Beverly Blackshear, affair. Hostesses were Mrs. J.E. thday. The party included a cooKout Stephanie Desue, Gretchen Hams, and Henry Stefanellt.,
side by large pink pillar candles encircled Stacey Ritch and Gina Norman Denmark, Mrs. Bill Dodd and Mrs. given by her" grandchildren, James Bobby Howard, Melissa Kyle. 5th .Among those in charge of arrangements
with silk pink candle rings. (nieces of the groom) assisted in X.M. Smith. Angela was presented Mitzel and Lort Brooks Among Grade-Ricky Adams,' Christina for the dinner were Zita
groom invite (niece of the taking care of the guests. memento of the those entovina the occasion were'' Broome, Julie Collins Wayne I Shuford, Sallye Scoggins, .Ruth
:) guests to register with a cookbook as a friends and relatives from Hampton, Crawford, Tim Crews, Sonya ,Meng and Dorothy Rife.
.. and passed out scrolls from Timmy occasion by the hostesses. Waldo, Starke and Gainesville.will Hodges, Jennifer, Jones,, Mark,

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Legal Notices' Uniform" Standard: .Bill of Ladln;. Mop by Bradford County, Florida'In accordance I consider 'en Wednesday July 20. Lot 9, Indian Beach Unit 3 on WEst side of County; Commissioners of Bradford:
Gator Freightways with the local Government 1986. at the Commissioner Room of the i S.R. 21, for Service Businesses Beauty County,' Florida:, have designated the
PUBLIC AUCTION Pro 249373 Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Bradford County( Courthouse,: Stark. ,Shop a Car Wash. '' Bradford County Zoning and Planning
i" NOTICE I I. given that on Monday ,Pro 14810774 provided for In .Chapter 163 of the Florida at 7:30 p.m.; .an Ordinancerelating You are further given NOTICE that a Board to conduct a public hearing at a
1988. 10:00 a.m.' the of said ORDINANCE Is held 7:00 In the
; Jun. 20'' at Control 0732 Florida Statutes tot copy proposed regular meeting at p.m.
undersigned:, Gator Freightwoys, Inc., 692lchg616NOTICE TO ALL CITIZENS,Taxpayers and other The rezoning of the following described available for your Inspection at the office Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke.'
will sell at public auction for cosh at 2600 Interested persons., property and amending th. Comprehensive of the Director of Zoning and Planning -, Florida, on Tuesday, June 2B 1988. and
Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville: You and each of you are hereby and Land U.. Plan to provide City Hall,.Thompson Street, Slorka, make a recommendation to the Board of
.one lot of canopy assembly, consigned OF APPLICA/TION herewith given notice In accordancewith 'that land currently ZOned RSF-1 and Florida. ,County Commissioner and the Board
.to Th. DCT Group Zepnyrhllls, Fla.; FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENT, Florida Statutes that the Board of designated by the plan a* .RURAL Each and every person having any Interest will con.ld.r.on Wednesday. July 20.
.one lot .of batteries,, consigned ,toAlbertson OF THE LAND USE PLAN County Commissioners of Bradford RESIDENTIAL be r. General whatever in the enactment of this, 1988. at the Commissioner Room of the
*. Venice, Flo. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive County. Florida have designated the Commercial, and designated Commercial proposed ORDINANCE should appear Bradford County Courthouse, Star....
,to satisfy freight and storage charges, Land Use Plan Element and Bradford County Zoning and Planning the property of M. JUANITA and be heard at the time and place Florida at 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance
und.r the provisions of Section fbi of Board to conduct a public hearing at a WILLIAMS HEDRICK, described a* prescribed, relating to*
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.... In the follow*:.1:77 acre. l3r.S62.8', Parcel BOARD OF BRADFORD The rezoning of the following described -
Council Room of Starke City Hall.Sta...... 06183-0-00000 Sec. 36, Twn. 8S, Rng. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,property and amending the Comprehensive
Ih.uW.nV1 Florida on Tuesday. June 28. 1988 and 22E., located In Southeast section of By G.S, Brown,Clerk land Use Plan to providethat
I learned to use it in only make a recommendation to the Board of, Bradford County. 600 feet South 'of Itchg 6/9 land currently zoned RSF-MH and
County Commissioners and the Board, business center at CR, 21 k and c..., 21, ,Control! (,073 t designated the plan a. HIGHWAY

minutes, without .- -- '" .. .--. "_' ..,C -=- L"'!:..: -'.* ..iAWA" I i'-Hl'W' ; 1 .-*.'.-_:.JS?j% I BUSINMSUSEzb.INDViTKlAT and designated* r.soned Industrial tot !
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instruction book!
.-rl f : I FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENT WILLIAMS, described a*follows 3 acres,
USDA Commodity Dates OF THE LAND USE PLAN 222'1<600'. out'of Parcel 02171-O-OOOOO
An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive (Easterly Portion)Sec. 16, Twn.6 S.. Rng.
ANNOUNCING THE FIRST FULLY For DistributionSuwannee Land Use Plan Element and 22E North of NW 25th Circle and West of
Bradford Florida In and North of STorke to put
River Economic Council,Inc.,announces the following dates Map by County. accordance U.S. 301 property
with the local Government Industrial' Classification to continue -
distribution of USDA commodities Qualifications guidelines and Income -
IBM COMPATIBLE COMPUTER for Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as the "furniture manufacturing use of
eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
provided for. in Chapter 163 of the property,
River Economic Council Inc. .Florida Statutes. You are further given NOTICE that a
THAT WILL BRING OUTTHEGENIUS Special Note: Special ;days; are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto TO ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and otherInterested copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE I I.

the elderly and have trouble standing,please bring per........ available for your Inspection at the office
IN YOU! a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. You and each of you are hereby and of the Director of Zoning and Planning
C USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligible herewith given notice 'in accordancewith City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke,;
recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or han-' _Florida. Statutes that the Board of Florida. '
dicap. .Each and every person having any Interest
Distribution sites and dates are as follows r whatever In the enactment of this
Tennis InstructionStarke
'I JUNE 15: BROOKER City HaU, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. proposed ORDINANCE should appear
,JUNE 16: SfARKE Old RJE School, 10 a.m.-. p.m. or Keystone and be heard at the time and place

JUNE 17: SfARKE Old RJE School,9 m.-l:30 p.m.. .prescribed.
[ ,-,." JUNE 20:. LAW CEY Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.). 10 a.m.-2 Private Lessons BOARD OF BRADFORD .
$10 OR
\; per
'i'\' p.m. C,S. Brown Clerk
: JUNE 21: HAMPTON City Hall, 10 am-2 p.m. Lean with a Friend. + By. Itchg 6/9,

: JUNE 22:'"SPEEDVLULE, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. 10 a.m.-l For $5 each. .Control 0738NOTICE

p.m., r.
Please bnng a box or bag to put.your commodities in.' ,\ 'Call Mark at l

-r. 3-4380 or 964-6305 OF APPLICATIONFOR


a ,An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive -
19 O Land Use Plan Element and. :

..M' Map by Bradford County,' Florida In accordance '
( "T with the local GovernmentComprehensive
.' Planning Act of 1975 a*

-y, : I'I. provided for In Chapter 163 of .the
., I.' ," .Florida Statutes. ,
,' TO ALL CITIZENS. Taxpayer*and ether. g,

Coupon Coupon ;::: .. : :.f' ...., r Interested( persons, "
You and each of you are hereby and

,.r...,. ;1. ..' herewith given notice In accordancewith
f !":; .,... Florida Statutes that the Board of
I '. k:+ t .; .... { County Commissioner of Bradford
\ 'oj. .
Get$5 ..
Buy County Florida, hove'designated the
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HEADSTAKT; pair Of ..0fTWitb ,'t '<. I ,: Bradford County Zoning and Planning
t vendu' RockyMTN Ad ,. :. :! ..,; Board to conduct a public hearing at a
"... ... ...J., regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the
.. Ready to plug in and U immediately. 'J!. ...' .' <'::1"" .7\:1\: :" Council Room of Starke City Hall,Stork.

Exclusive HEADSTART" environment makes both [DesignerJeans Stonewash .r/i.":;." 'c:?;;, Gallon\.. Florida on Tuesday. June 28 1988. and
& f. '' make a recommendation to the Board of
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novice and experienced user far more productive. other .-: :. :.. 4.. : ., : County Commissioner and the Board
will consider on Wednesday. July 20.
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.. .
Guaranteed IBM-XT compatible. '.. colors ; :;;; 1988. at the Commissioner Room of the

Ultra fast 8 MHz Intel 8088-2 Processor. 'Special PurchaseCrepe'Myrtle.plants Bradford County Courthouse, Starke.'
Florida at ,7:30 p.m. '.an Ordinance
512K RAM memory expandable to 768K. relating. to: .
The of the described
rezoning following
2-360K disk drives standard. property on-' ."ending the Comprehensive

The first truly complete system with a clock calendar Lai Plan to provide
3 gal Can that land turret died.OR-Open Rural
and built-in ports for printer, RS232.2-joysticks. J $4 49 and designated by the plan as
mouse and light pen. 4, reg. 7.50 AGRICULTURE be rezoned to ILW and
designated light Industrial, the property
7 expansion IBM slots and a hefty 135 watt power. Hurry To take advantage of 'of STEVE WHITEHEAD SUZANNE KITCHENS .
; described a* follow: 2.99 oc..
supply for future expandibility. the 326'.400' out of 10 ,ac. Parcel
Free: 1 year limited warranty with optional low cost 04764-040000 Sec. 7, Twn. 7S., Rng 22
E. 2V4 mile of Starke on Wait side of
extended coverage.INCLUDES'FREE.. U.S. 301, lust| North of Crony Manufacturing \
Mosquitos; for Commercial Business and
SOFTWARE PROGRAMS: out Get ENCEPHOI.peeping .Warehousing.YOU '
are .... are further given NOTICE that a
ATI" Skill.Builder Executive Writer' '.. M, CALC } a PLUS 'l- SpecialGOLD 'copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.

; Services sickness available for your Inspection at the of-/
Executive Rler"r:; Hqt Pop-Up e.r Ike of the Director of Zoning and Planning /

PLUS OVER $1000 IN BONUSE'ANt>OISCOUNTS shots now." "1 Florida., City. Hall,,Thompson Street Star....

J FOR ACCESSORIES AND SOFTWARE Many. other power tools 'In stock .Each and every person having any Interest -
SSSSSSB* IBssssssssssssssn whatever In the enactment of this
PRICES START AT $ 995.00'Trig 'ridI GREAT proposed ORDINANCE should appear
and be .heard at .the time and place

Open : PRICES. proscribed. *
Won. Prl. 7:30-6:15

OFFICE. SHOP 964-7871 QUALITY. KIST G.S. Brawn" Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C* DUVAl satisfy said Execytlon'Sal.' will be sub' COUNTY, AND IF DECEASED, HER UNKNOWN To all persons having claims ''or below.
fOUNTY.: .FLORIDA ject to any existing liens. FLORIDAPROBATE DIVISIONFile SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES, demands against the above estate and Interested/ persons ore required to J
COM No 87-141 CA DOLPH E. REDDISH Number 88-28-CP: CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER, PARTIES all other persons interested In the file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON '
,I a W SUPPLY CORPORATION, COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF AGAINST HER. and you are required to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the NOTICE: (1)) all claims against the) estate ,
d/b/o Seacoast Supply 9/26 4tchg 6/16 ZEDRA W, HAMILTON;, serve a copy of your written defenses, If administration of the estate of LEONARD and ((2)) any objection by an Interested M
Plaintiff, Control Deceased. any to It on LAWRENCE ;. BERNARD ES. ERASTUS WALLACE Deceased Case person to whom notice woe mailed that i.
07181 88-48.CP and In the of the personal
File 3929.. Is pending challenge qualification
v.HARLAN L. LUTHER, CM ........ .- .... NOTICE administration OF ADMINISTRATIONThe of the estate of QUIRE.if Plaintiffs 3064 Park attorney Street.Jacksonville, whose address : the Circuit Court of Bradford County, representative,.venue, or)Jurisdiction
NOTICE OF Florida Probate Division the address of of the Court.
Defendant. INTENTIONTO Florida 32204 on or before July 8, 1988,
ZEDRA W. HAMILTON, deceased. File
REGISTER ,and file the with the Clerk which Is Bradford County Courthouse ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Number BB-28-CP, Is pending In the Circuit
FICTITIOUS NAME Probate, Post Office DrawerB WILL
NOTICE IS HEREBY this Court either before service
Court for Bradford County, Florida
Storks. Florida and Publication of this notice has begun on''
Dolph E. R ddl.h. Sheriff of Bradford to Section 865.09, Florida Probate Dlvltlon the address of which Is Plaitlff attorney or Immediately ? name
County, Florida, under end by virtue of a Statutes, notice I Is hereby given that the P O. Drawer .. Storks, Florida 32091 thereafter; otherwise, a default will be address of the personal representative; June er 1988.Attorney .
'Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out undersigned Jam. .. Smith, Rt. 1, Box The names and addresses of the per entered against you for the 'relief attorney Is set forth below.All for .Personal
.of th. above-entitled Court In th. 146 Ralford, Fla.. 33083 sole owner. do- / and the personalrepresentative's demanded In the complaint or petition. persons having' claims or demands Representative: .(
above-styled cause, hove levlvd ,Ing business under the firm name of sonsrepresentative set forth WITNESS my hand and the seal of this against the estate are required, WITHIN R. A. Green P.A.P. .
upon JAMA attorney are THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE O. Box 1206
th. following situate, PRODUCTIONS. Rt. |. lox 144, Court on May 27 1988.
and property lying .arfanl. .... 'MOM Intends to register below. GILBERT. BROWNAs FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to Starke, Fl. 32091
Doing In Bradford County, Florida, All Interested persons are required to file with the clerk .... ..
said for
to-wit; fictitious name under the aforesaid Clerk of the Court the above court a ((904)) .91 -
file with this Court, WITHIN THREE
written statement of demand Personal
statute claim Representative:
any or
A parcel of land t.14 PUBLICATION OF THIS By Cathy HlgginbothamAs '
containing acres, THS OF THE FIRST
Doted this 25th 1988 they may have.,Each claim must HAZEL FIELDS GREEN
doy-ol In
more or less, and lying In that portion of Bradford County., May NOTICE: ((1)t) all claims against the estate Deputy Clerk be In writing and must indicate the basis 1329 N. Raiford Rd.
the South 'A of Southwest 1/4 of and (2)) obiection by on 'Interested 6/2 4tcrig 6/23
5/26 4tpd 6/16 any for the claim'the name and address of .Starke, Fl.32091
Southeast 1/4 North of Stat. Rood It. In'actIon on whom this notice: was served Control 0727
person the creditor his 964-5040
Control 0714 or agent or attorney ((904))
$ 23, Township 6 South, Range 22 that challenge the validity of the will, tn. amount claimed. If the claim Is contingent 6/9 2tchg 6/16
East: Bradford County; told parcel' being the qualifications of the 'personal or Unliquidated the nature of Control 0733
more particularly described a* follow. ,representative,.venue, or (Jurisdiction of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD the uncertainty shall be stated. H the
Commence at th. concrete monument: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the court. .COUNTY, FLORIDA, claim Is secured the security shall be
'located at the Northeait corner of told JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD ALL'CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT PROBATE DIVISION described The claimant shall deliver
South 1/4 and run South 89 degreel 1647': CASE NO.88-219.CA, Publication of this Notice has begunon IN RE ESTATE OF enable the clerk to mall one copy to FOR SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER
West along th.' Northerly boundary IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTIONOF Jun. ,2, 1988. EVELYN D, RYALS the personal representative. 0 One (1)) used 244 Tlmberjock Skidder
thereof, 260.62 feet to an Iron for Personal Deceased.NOTICE. ,
pipe' Representative: All persons Interested In the estate to with 28 1x26 tires ID 845223 Sale Date
Point of Beginning. SONYA MARIE SANFORD Elmo P.Hamilton OF ADMINISTRATION ""ham.o copy of this Notice of Administration June 20. 1988.
From Point of Beginning thus descrlb- ,SAREA MARCHELLE. SANFORD Rout. 1, Box 3 The administration of the estate of has been mailed are required I TIMBERJACK INC..
ed continue South 89 16''''" NOTICE OF ACTION Brooker, Fl 32622 Evelyn D, Ryals, deceased File Number88.33CF' WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM V d/b/a FORESTRY MACHINERY
West, along told Northerly boundary, CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: ADOPTIONTO Attorney for PersonalRepresentative Is pending In the Circuit Court, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF ,COMPANY
229.67 feel to an Iron pipe: thence South : RAYMOND SHERWOOD. MYERS, JR. : for Bradford County, Florida Probate THIS NOTICE to file any objections '1S40 South Walnut
,,0 degrees 05'56' East parallel' with the Residence UnknoWn. William H. ChandlerP. Division, the address of which is 923: N. they may have that challenge the volldity -' Highway 301 South
'Easterly boundary said North V4, ayou are notified that an action for O. Box 23879Galn..vlll. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. The of the decedent will the qualifications ,Starke Florida 32091
228.93 feet to an Iron pipe on the Northerly adoption by stepparent has been filed/ ., Fl. 32602 names and addresses of the personal of the personal representative, or ,6921Chg616Control
boundary of the R/W of State' against you and you or. required to Telephone ((904) 371>-S226 representative and the personal the venue or |jurisdiction of the court. 0731
Road 16; thence North 83 degrees ir2S' serve a copy of your written d.f....... If 6/22tchg6/9 representative s attorney ore set forth ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT' ,__
East along sold Northerly boundary any to It on Eug.n. F.Shaw, Petitioner's Control 0722 below. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. "
231.19_' to an Iron pipe, thence North attorney whose address Is 925-E North All Interested persons are required to Publication of,this notice has begun.on
0 degrees OS 56" West, parallel with Temple Avenue- Storks, Florida '32091, file with 'this court WITHIN THREE MON. Jun. 9. 1988.ATTORNEY : ..
aforesaid Easterly boundary, 204.80 feet THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ZONING NOTICE
on or before June 30. 1988 and file the ''IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 'EIGHTH FOR .PERSONAL.,, REPRESENTATIVE .
to the Point of Beginning: original with the clerk of'this court NOTICE! ((1)) all claims against the estate JESSIE L. MYERS'ond.HURST'COMMUNICATIOFI -
as the prop.rty of the above-named either before service on Petitioners at JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN AND, FOR BRAD. and ((2)) any obection| by on interested JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE' INC., has made application
Defendant and that on the 21 si day of torney or Immediately thereafter otherwise FORD COUNTY. 'person oft whom the. notice is served, 405 West Georgia Street for,SPECIAL EXCEPTION. Essential
:; CASE NO. 88 108 CA
Jun., 1988 Tuesday at 2:00: on said day' that challenges-the validity of the will<:
a default will be entered against Starke, Florida 32091Telephone Services 100 ft. C.A.TV Tower for cable
on the premises the Bradford County : the qualifications, of ,the personalrepresentative. ((904)) 964.4667PERSONAL TVI:
you for the relief demanded In the petition FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE reception and Installation to the
Sheriff' Office, I will offer for sale and venue or|ur Isdlctlon of REPRESENTATIVELEON Bradford
Board of
County Adjustment on
'ASSOCIATION, a corporation
..11 to the hlgheit. bidder for cash Inhand DATED on this 12th day of May '1988. Plaintiff the court.CLAIMS AND L E, WALLACE, property that is classified, RSF:MH.1 and.
the above described property as GILBERT. BROWNAs 'I ALL OBJECTIONS NOT 1845 Biscayne Blvd.Ro"vllI. described below
the of the said Defendant vs SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. :
property to ,
Go 30741692tchg616 '
ClerK of Court .RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON, etc., et al. Publication of this Notice has. begun 220'x220'. one acre, out of Parcel';
By Cathy Higginbotham Defendants. on June 9, 1988. 01661-0-00000, Sec. 25, Twn 55.; Rng. ,"
As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ACTION Personal Representative: 22E, located Southeast of lawtey off NE
FREEEXPLORING: .5/194tchg6/9 TO:: PATRICK'J. BALDWIN IF LIVING Richard John Ryols' i 65lh Ave. to locate a TV cable tower.
,Control 0704 AND IF DECEASED HIS UNKNOWN 12207 Pheon Street' .IN'THE\ 'CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH The; Bradford County Zoning Board will
? SPOUSE, HEIRS. DEVISEES GRANTEES Jacksonville, Fl. 32216 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. BRAD review' the application and make a
GODS WORD CREDITORS, AND ALLi OTHER PARTIES' Attorney for Personal Representative:., FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.. 0_ recommendation to the Bradford County
CLAIMING BY,' THROUGH. UNDER OR Lindner Smith, Jr<. CASE NO 88.51.CP Board of Adjustment for ,their. public I l.
HOME BIBLE STUDY ..AGAINST HIMResidence '836 Riverside Avenue ..1.3932IN hearing to be held at 8:00 p.m., in the
The Bible Course I Is taught lit tour Unknown. Jacksonville, Fl 32204 RE:The Estate of. 'Commission meeting room of City Hall,'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Telephone: ((904)) 354.1590 MAUDE S. '
home free of charge.. 209 N. Thompson St.v Starke. Florida anTuesday
,, foreclose. a Purchase Money First Mortgage -, 6/9 21chg 6/16 Deceased
This Is rlon-denbiMnadonal.t dy' ; June 28/1988.
a CHURCH OF GOD and Note on the following property Control 0735 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION "
based ony] on what thus saith U) e 'in BRADFORD COUNTY Florida; .. 'The administration, the Estate of At this time, all persons will be hoardconc.rnlng

word. of God.'_ 422 N. ST. CLAIR-964-5445 Lot 1 of Block 11n White Acres Subdlvllon. -. IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF FLORIDA AUDE, S.! FIELDS Deceased.. File No s, this application, as specified..
APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C John'Spratlin. Pastor' as recorded In Plat Book 2, page 73 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR,(88.Sf.CP. is pending m the Circuit Court .i Irk,the Bradford. County' Zoning Codes
We Invite you to worship with us.' of the public records of Bradford County: BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ,for Bradford County Florida," Probate Zoning Director,
7823303.Rev Attended Nursery- Florida. PROBATE DIVISION Dlvl.lon" the address of which is Bradford 'BC.B of ADJ.
Sunday5chool .. .'.. lOam has been filed against you RICHARDD. CASE NO. 88.48.CP County Courthouse Stork*. Florida ;, Itchg 6/9
". Emmett Bright Morning Worship\.'H".i? ,,11am CUDDINGTON a/k/a RICHARD FILE NO.. 1.3929 32091 .. Control 0736
To schedule: your home bible 1 Evening Service '*., 6pm DANIEL CUDDINGTON: DEBRA, ANN IN RE: ESTATE OF The names and addresses of the personal
study. Of for additional Information Wednesday Youth .,;h.7:TOpm CUDDINGTON, BETTY JO, WARREN. 'LEONARD ERASTUS WALLACE, representative and the personal

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Nouumde 'Baptist remains and K. Conner: were 2-for-3, g. ,.tawford, 4-Ior-4, led Country K.
undefeated and on top of the Men's McGee was l-for-2, M. Cruce R. Carpets with two doubles and a doubles,Starling and R.was Cowart 2-for-3 was with 2-for-3 two Cowart l-for-3,Crawford 2-f or-3,and Dupont'1. FSP 13
Church Softball League with 11-0. Harti W. Lee,and L.McColling were Alvarez and Norman hit safely.
tripe VacKrougti was 4-for-t)with for
fhe standings,as of June 8,are: 21, lfor3. ''double, Paladin was 4-for, Welch Northside.S.Duncan was J-for-4, Cotton led FSP,going 2-f or-2 at the Dupont came from behind to win aslugfest
Symrna Baptist 9-2, 3) Airpark 8-4, P. Mundorff and Ennls were l-for-2, plate. There were three singles by 18-1J over Florida State
3-for-3, Jones and T.
4-61 tie: Country Carpets and Du- FSP 13 Jr. Stars 7 Games and Mae 2-for-4 Seeley, Padgettwas 3-for-S, Johns and I* Saucer Gene Melvin and K. Bryce, Thomassen,and Smith., Prison in a May M game..
were l-for-3. "-
Pont 7-4; 6)) Wells Chevrolet S-5, 1) FSP used 19 hits for 13 runs and Jr. 2-for-S and Dowan 2-for-. Tim Leading Dupont team were R.,
Lewis and Randal Polk, Conner
who DuPont 11 4-for-t, and D.
FSP of God 1 Sytuans,
S7,89) tie:Church of God and Stars
got 17 hits but 7 Smyrna led P.
only runs in a Baptist was doubled, and Richie Barnes were3for3 l-for-4, with S runs and 2 doubleseach.
First Baptist of Lawtey 4-8,10)First June 6 DuPont got more runs off 14
Southerland bits
game. S-for-4 with two for the Starke Stars Donnie .R.
Hall D.
Presbyterian 3-9, 11) Starke Slant Grtifis and Crews were 3-foM for, doubles. ,M. Southerland and 'r.I Francis was a-for-4,fine Nazwortn, than Church of God did off 01 13 hits S-for-8.with McKInney were'
McKinney dou-
2-12,12)Junior Stars 1-10. FSP. Thomassen was '2-for-3, I Snoening: were 2-for-4 with a double, Alan W. with a double, and Darrell and beat the Church bunch 11-7 in a ble. W. Lee was Mor-4.hitting M. a Cruce
Hodges tripled and DavIs doubled,' W l Sutton: ,D.l Searle: ,were 2-for-3,0, were 2-for-3 Chuck M. was 2-for-4 May 31 game. and R. Alvarez were 2forS, -
Wells Chev. 19 -DuPont"weus and Chastine doubled, and Messer, Nazwortn were 2-for-3 with a triple, Oakin P., with a dobule, and Billy Tommy Reddish led OuPont at the Hlldreth and G.Velazques
Chevrolet banged out 27 hits were J-for-4. Smith and Boyce were I Snoening: ,was 2-for-3 with (two were l-for-3, and Kirby Joe plate,going S-for-3 with a double anda ,Mor-4 and B.DeSue and T.Reddish were
to go IH over DuPont In a June 7 l-for-2,and Annette,l-for-3,doubled. doubles, S. Pamsn was :2-for-2 with Hildebran was l-for-4, triple.R.Alvarez and L.Bass were were 1fpr6.Muse ,
Crews 3-for-3 a double and 2-for-2 and R.. Conner l-for-3 each
game. was for the Jr.Stars, ;1' Crews was 1-for-l. bad 3
bits for FSP and
Ken Canton,4-for-4 including two Alday was 2-for-3 with a triple,Jones Northside 16 FSP 1 with a triple. R, Hart was l-for-2 2 hits each getting -
home runs and a double, led Wells vas 2-for-3 with a double, Jackson Northside 8 .- S. Stars 7 with a double. L. Bass was 2-for-2, were Thomassen;
"League leattlng{ ruislde'BaptISt Valentino
Chevrolet. Sheffield was 4-for-4, Mc- '\'as 2-for-4?PIlcher and Jones were ft.'Cowart singled and scored on a Church bombed Florida State and L.McCulla,D.Sylvanls,R.Hall, Crews. Boyce Hodges Griffls, SAerrick, and cotton and
Clelian and R. Thomas wered for-4 for-2.. Welch, Coodowns and Cider Prison G. Velazques, and D.Tenly bit safe-' '
double by Robert Carver in the top of 16-1 with 20 hits in a May 31 game. had one hit each for FSP.
with triple, DonahoO 3-for-4,Elder w ire l-for-L 'y-
the seventh to break a 7-7 tie and Starling led the Northside
was 3-for-3 Raulerson and Lewis attack' S. Harrison led Church of God going
were 2-for-4, Davis l-for-3, Maines C/>.,Carpets 17 Smyrna'10 'edge tist 8-7 league by the leading l Starke: Northside Stars in a June Bap doub'e going 4-for-4 Gene with Melvin a home was 2-for-2 run and with a 2-fOr-2 with a double, and Smyrna 11 F.Bap. of L.
l-for-4,and Thomas 1-for-l. 'Country Carpets banged 30 hits to 7 game. two doubles.Johns 2-for-3 Spratllne had ,a double. ,Thomas, An 18-hlt attack netted Smyrna an
R. Alvarez, 2-for-Z with a double, blowj Smyrna Baptist 17-10 in a Carver was 3-foM with the double, triple Carver 3-for-4 with a double with a, Bassett, K. Harrison, SEay, 11-0 win over First Baptist of Lawtey<
led, OuPont. R; Hall, O. McKmney June 7 game P. Rodgers was 2-for-3 with a home, S. Duncan 2-for-2 with a double,' Mathews,and Lloyd Allen hit safely, May 26. ,


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BCT Staff Writer large amount) of water going through we had to really study the problem \
A company in Stark as spending this system and the city's employeesat quite intensively before making the f1 fS f-.
over a quarter of a million dollars to the local water works, which is decision to Install the equipment. \
make sure water lowing from 1U located just down the street were Clayton said his company studied ,i t
plant is as clean when it leaves the considerably suprised at the volume other similar plants at various locations -
plant as when it came In. when we first went on line." across the country and pickeda
....... ."Starke Riverside Uniform Clean- manufacturer that had the best
ing plant is one of the newest in- Since then, after consultations track record",
dustnes in the Starke area, making with the city and other experts The system feeds treated:'water-
their business cleaning industrial brought in from out-of-state the directly into the city system, where
(uniforms and drawing their company has evolved a high-tech ,it is treated again before being u S
customers from all over North solution to the problem-a new water released. Check stations outside the '
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The construction of the plant went the art technology. i able to monitor''the water as it leaves iiT
smoothly, according to Manager the system.We ,..
Bob Clayton, until the company's "We wanted to do it right the first want to thank the people herein .
multiple-machine washing system tune," Clayton said. '"And put in this city for having the patience to '"'1. ,
went into operation at their location< place a system that is the finest the see us through this,:" Clayton said t : : ",
on Edwards Road-Just a quarter of present technology has to offer. '"fbe mayor,,the commission and I, I
a mile down that road from the. Some companies think they can hide the 'public have been very : ;, :, J
Starke City Water Works. or put off a problem like this, but understanding and cooperative,as ., ,
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ferrence A. Jones ; board member of Clay sector,to maintain well planned and ,
attorney! has stated HealUir Drug 4 managed growth.I look forward to WHEN 13-16
run for Clay County Inc.; Clay County allowing the involvement of property : June -
'District 3, to, Commerce, and board owners with government in pav- TIME: 8:30: 11:30: a.m.
,Wayne Spivey,who is and Orange Park Ser- ing dirt roads m Clay County and
election. He is married to the also feel it la Imperative that Clay ,PLACE: BHS Bandroom
Downs and has two County continue with construction of
Jones presently FatherChildorganization 13.and Lauren 8. tn!. Rrannen Field-Ctvaffee Road FEE: 12.00 per person
dent of the Clay his level of involve
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chise Rate ; "to main need of technically sound answers to All Ages Welcome to ,Attend
member of the board standards of Clay Coun fulfill the long-term needs of the
ARea Legal Aid, Inc. that capital imn county in disposing of solid waste Fundralser for Equipment
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appointment ot "Rip" O'Steen 8 A.M. 10 P.M.
as administrator of Bradford "
Hospital etlective June 13. '
served two years as administrator of ,
Bradford Hospital.Rearick has been 8 A. M. 9 P. M. w.rrurtr- MUM.tHGrpma C.NTCMMLI. ow..u
named assistant administrator of
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r'Bradford' ,
ministrator of Hospital. REGULAR ELECTRIC ,' \' .
,O'Steen served on the administrative THRIFTY ;
staff of Richland County ELL NOOSE
Hospital in Columbia S.C., and JrID. 'HARVEST FRESH
was administrator of Jackson' .MAX COFFEE
Hospital in Mananna Fl. Most 58
recently he served as administrator PLUMS
'ot SantaFe Healthcare's Suwannee, $ 99 r L 32.otBTL 79 L .
Hosital Live Oak; Ifrot. |
In 1966 O'Steen received his BAG .
bachelor's degree in business\administration
irom Florida Southern POWDERED Nature' Makes The ,ProduceijMAYONNAI5E

College in Lakeland.Two years later DEEP SOUTH LILAC
he received a masters ,degree in
hospital administration from the )I DETERGENT Winn-Dixie.Makes The Difference
Medical College of Virginia's Schoolof .
Hospital. Administration, m Richmond i

O'Steen. is a member 'of 'the oo t tDEEP I'' HARVEST FRESH .3 $ 1 00' '
Florida Hospital Assn. ,(FHA) and 1i't 01. "+ PEACHES . tes
u past board member and chairman of HARVEST mCSH PLMIOA
the FHA.He is also a member of the FRESH LIMES
He and wile Carol have two POTATOES '
,,' ,MARV! T :SH".w79 -
;tA Bradford Hospital is a'member of BunEI' "" 1tt.1'1 i 'BEAN '
SantaFe HealthCare InC:, Florida's or L II'.78c
leading not-tor-profit healthcare SPROUTS . .
'corporatIon. SantaFe HealthCare of- $
ters services to more than 7 million $
people in 15 counties through its 101 DELICATESSEN I & BAKERY ,
hospitals, healtf)'plans and other' SIZE JAR
,health services.
Appoints NewPersonnel

/umwalde DirectorRick has been pro-, $ DB MM FRIED CHICKEN $678

tnoted Alachua Personnel from General assistant Director Hospital director Personnelto Santa'Fe of 32 MR-OL ']199 I 32.0 JAR;" 99 5-:$3 CHOLESTEROL WE FRY FREE' DINNER.INCH 2 LAYERS 8 SIZE,PG

coordinatng and directing personnel FRUIT MERINGUE or CHOCOLATE CAKE '[ACH
responsibilities for aU system opera, -; 1 MOMIE) TEA BAGS
tions, including competitive wages N ,, CREME PIESj$500 BAKED or $O88

equal retirement opportunity benefits employment and j $ 39 HONEY CURED HAM u O

/umwalde holds a bachelor ,of 99 100ClPKG. ] FAMILY PACK INCLUDES 24.68.OF BARBECUE
science degree from the University 64-oz. PORK VLB. POTATO SALAD, 1-LB.COLE' SLAW
of West Florida and is a member of ,SIZE \ LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD
the Gainesville'Area' of(Personnel, BARBECUE $Q99

,Summer Registration ..

Community'fie Starke College Center has of announcedits 'Santa Fe ,$ 99 yew $ 49 ALL VARIETIES

schedule for Sumner B Term 24 01SIZE | ALL FLAVORS
Classes which begin on June 27 and. KREMO
conclude on August 11. '
Day and night classes will be of- ICE CREAM
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short Registration semester.for Summer, B begins, DETERGENT OIL $ 98 ':It 99 *,

on June 13 and will be held daily II I HALF ,
irom 10 a, 4 p.m. There will be a R1FI ,GAL, '
special evening session on Tuesday,, '" / $29SQUEEZE $26279e VARIETIES ,
June 14 from 6-8 p.m.A 72'M. M-oi. CHEK
counselor from the SFCC Main SIZE BTL. THRIFTY MAID 85 c '
Campus will be' present' for CORN ON COB ... .nc DRINKS
academic advisement on June 13-14., '
Summer B classes include Art Ap- LKHIID(PINK.LEMON or LIME)' THRIFTY MAID
preciation,educational Psychology, DEEP SOUTH c LILA STUFFED O, QOe = 68 *.
College Composition, Public Speaking 47 POTATOES . still OO
Introduction to Business Soft-, .MUSTARD. . '. 5512E DISH DETERGENT .,
ware Applications, Intermediate HOUSE I Q Q* ,, REGULAReTl" or NATURAL LIGHT
Algebra and Art Fundamentals. F
For more information contact the, WE WANT TO CASH YOUR CHECKS POT PIES . .O & ...I ,BUSCH
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A $50 per person user fee is being ___a WINE COOLER
charged at Olustee Beach Recrea- ,
tion Area.Thus fee,imposed June 1, 2. PERSONAL CHECKS FOR THE AMOUNT OF PURCHASE PLUS "1000 NO CHARGE p W" -l1.Tu III
is for the use of the swimming area ,WE WILL CASH PAYROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOR CASH ONlY FOR A NOMINAL FEE. .:t 2' 89 < 4 12.IuN.MR ,$ 2 9 9
; 1 FPK.
,only. Children S years old and under Ml VTOM rOtt o.TAL.J ;: PKGSI
will be admitted free.'The swimming -
area is open from 9 a.m,109 p.m.,
year around. ,
The use of the boat ramp wil continue
at no cost to the public.
The new user fee will help recovera
portion of the operating cost for Fresh Product Clean Stores andPatle
Olustee Beach. For every $1 col-
lected,$65 will be used for operationand ,
maintenance of this recreation
'area. '
Olustee"Beach is located on the
southside of Ocean Pond,just off US I
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Receives Nomination... *'

Danger Signals of Williams Named for FSP Officer Award .1 I ISgt.

"Pinched Nerves" Dennis M. Williams has been Gainesville Police Dept. :from police work. uniform patrol, learning and serving in every area
l.HeodochM 7.HP tain L nominated Correctional Officer of 1971-80. During the next live years, specialized patrol, undercover narcotics of the Main Unit. This earned him
:3.tow Bock Poln e.TlgM\;; MuarM ky T the year by the FSP Awards. Com Williams worked as a management criminal investigations, and the respect of his peers and super.
.3.Shouw.fPaln '9..PulnDo. \Lay ltRi mittee. consultant for Derek Prince training division, He assisted In visors.
MuKto: Spawn 1 a.Neck Wilt> Williams is a Correctional OfficerII Publications, then was a general developing and training the first In May, 1967, Williams was promoted
6.6.Numbness Dbzm. M I Honda I 11.Numb Fkio i" currently assigned as an Institutional partner with Energy Components, SWAT team for the Gainesville to CO 11 and again
M 12. Numb hues Investigator and has been Inc., Consultants. Police Dept., as well as developing demonstrated his ability to perform
Find oyt now.., ether car.hJ Residing with FSP for two ears. Currently assigned to O-Unit, Sgt. other innovative training programs well in any area of assignment.
professional: chiropractic cOle cart: In Raiford, Williams'wife Williams is responsible for all investigative ranging from Stress Management to Williams is a certified instructor
relieve your aches and pair. is Judy Darlene Williams alsoa matters'at this unit, as "Shoot/Don't Shoot" night fire programs qualified to teach in every area of
Dr VIrgil Berry' Correctional Officer, employed at .well as sharing responsibility for investigative as well as the "Children's the Criminal Justice System, both
MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED the Reception and Medical Center, matters at the Main Sate Home Program",a community in-service programs as well ,as
'f hey have one son, Ryan Kyle, 16 Unit. project. CT.l. and advance career development -
STARKE CLINIC 964-8018 years of age, who attends Union Sgt. Williams began his career in Williams has the unique ability of programs. Williams was
County High School law enforcement in 1971 with the being able to work with and selected! as a FSP representative to
864 N. Williams was in the 'U.S. Navy Gainesville Police Dept., where he, motivate co-workers. As a Correc- the recent Hostage Negotiation
Temple Ave. (Across from Pizza Hut) from 1968-7J then employed, by the worked in nearly every aspect of tional Otficer he'quickly' excelled Seminar' : _
W Williams has earned the respect 01
his fellow employees because of his
willingness to help others achieve
their goals, continually setting the
example for others to follow, Sgt.

", ', Unbeatable; Everyday Low Prices In the Williams areas goals the is of of geared PS level self-Improvement?,of encouraging toward professionalismnot achieving suit Increasing -'

only at FSP but the surrounding'
institutions as well.
Sgt. Williams is definitely a "team
player" who understands and maintains -

. .. FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S! WHARF : FROZEN Dept.,the often the"can goals working do"of attitude FSP long and to hours the accomplish

We Will Gladly Steam = toward that end.

e- Seafood FRESH Purchases FREEI +1T YOGURT MoohousNominated



SHRIMP the healthy ''difference.

(f CALICO SCALLOPS $ 3 9 9 $ 9 9 $ 9 9 texture Imagine. of,having premium the Icecream rich smooth with flavor l<3 fewer'calores. and For AwardAt

$ 2 9 9 L8. LI 5 'L8. 4 delicious Thaf ColombQ exactly Frozen what.Yogurt you gel with FSP

,. ,, ,L8. ...r, ..... Self Serve MachineStuffed Ms Karen A. Moorho'us of Lawteyhas

/ '" Flounder-s499 Seafood/ Salad 2" Lobster . ,a <6" located near Cheese Shop{ been nominated for the
Employee of the Year Award lor

j. %ii\i\: : 4 BEEF IS ALWAYS A VALUE Florida Ms. Moorhous State the wile ot'
: Richard and they have two children
FROM THE CHEESE SHOP Krisleen Mane 7 yrs. old and
Pamela Lynne, 6 yrs.old.
T4& WHEN YOU SHOP WITH A personnel aide, Ms. MoorhOU I..,
has been employed with Florida
YELLOW or WHITE DOC tor over live years beginning
'w: : f ,as a Clerk at Union Correctional in
THE BEEF PEOPLE.AMERICAN, : July of 1975. She has extensive training -'
in secretarial skills,,teletype
,W-O BRAND U S operation workshops,'has receivedher

CENTER jICI7-BONE' $147.. ,W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CENTER CUT 1'r!1 ;, ,{ '$ 37 Firearms Certification Requalification. Eligibility, and
" v.WD IS HALF | Firearms Framing & Safety
BRAND US. CHOICE LaOARUC Ms. Moorhous is one of the most'outstanding
.' ROUND BONESHOULDER $ 77, 'GNO/E_ CHUCK $ 2 7 ,employees,.ol Florida
,' ROAST .L& |, w 1 FRENCH.ONION HERBS.GARDEN VEGETABLE 'State Prison, according 'to the
!: Awards Committee of the Dept.fot
: ,
Corrections. She is' efficient, extremely
\\p; ,;!,:); ROUND BONE $197 ROAST LB. SPREAD. I'Sl!' $289SHOULDER fast multi-talented and has

: 'I. ',""I\i'' STEAK ts the perfect personality to work in a
', W 0 BRAND U S CHOICE personnel office.She seems to thriveon
'.,' 1;:,,; :." BONELESS CHUCK TENDER $ )85 W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE FRESH BLOOMS EVERYWHERE blems.helping people solve, ,,their,pro-

: : ... SHOULDER BONELESS ROAST it CALIFORNIAROAST During the past year Ms. .L
; ,, u- ,.; ,W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE i IN OURFLORAL Moorhous has implemented and
I maintained service, rating
$387 SHOPPE ,suspense 'system which preventslate
SIRLOIN STEAK u service ratings and lost merit
. .. ;. .. # ilI97 WO BRAND $177 pay She now has a 100% tail sate.
' : ., U.S. CHOICE $MB7 system in operation.
: '\.; La *l LB. TROPICAL FOLIAGE $1 99 Ms. Moorhous'obtained training in
/ I ", -. u PLANTS ....;.,. .. ONLY fingerprinting and as a result FSP is
now able to provide this service
" ; ; WOO BRAND REGULAR..SPICY rather than sending applicants and
CORNED LY }y .41. T1 RAN S employees to a Police Department
| $197 ', % During the past year Ms.
BRISKET ... .. La MEAT ..t'',. ti CHUCK _ROAST .' LI I ; .,ft.7/-- Moorhous has in-processed over 200
REGULAR or THICK U S D A INSPECTED (CI 10 It Lft PKG.r U S.D A. INSPECTED new employees. She is responsible
-:. W-D BRAND $1 39 FRYER TURKEY tor providing training during new-
,Flowers deliveredworldwide
y .,:',"I,,: BOLOGNA .'. La DRUMSTICKS is WINGS, ,. .' .,. ., i. 28c employee employees of orientation personnel inform
Ms. Moorhous is a team player
I us.D.AINSPECTEp: who supports FSP in every way She'

fIil: r' SMOKWHOLE ,FRYER pBt OSCAR'MAYER' PHARMACYFRIENDLY a her has member assistance spent many of with the hours activities.,,"SP'olleyDall volunteering She is

"'WJli BOLOGNA Team and Pistol Team..
FRIENDLY 'the Awards Committee has givenan
'!))1 outstanding endorsement to Ms
.. PROFESSIONAL, Moorhous al.a truly unique

c ,;: : La 87 1' La 39. L8 ,$12'8 SERVICE employee privileged to with work.whom. they were,

4.' / Service with a mlle has
:i -. .' always .been W1NN- Cecil Field Hosts
r y..; W-D BRAND REGULAR USDA INSPECTED TURKEY f < ( ?\? DIXIE'S policy ,ao you Saturday Tour June'l1
OSCAR MAYERWIENERS SB know you'll find our full
@1 FRANKS orBOLOGNA --.. NECKS WINGS t!H time regtatered pharSr The Naval Air Station Cecil Field
:+ !T. / maclata friendly, proU -
,::.:11;:; or DRUMSTICKS. rl': // feaalonal and eager to help is once again hosting a Saturday,
,:. '. F ,yo..I..nyw.ypos.ibe, tour of the base and a static displayof
:': .;?+}; ..i Stop by today and get to its aircraft. tour date is
'. "' '. j $ 47 ,'.. $ .490 know the new. 'PharmacistIn I Saturday June 11.
< In
, .. 99 | r s reef sougknearbn Each tour is about one hour long
".'. 12 M.FUG... L8. ma, ...1 WINNDIXIEIirir the at) and includes a windshield tour o( the .
p base followed by a visit to the Cecil
Field flight line to see the three
carrier-based aircraft that regularly

',. _EVERYDAY LOW PRICE FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY II fly FA-18 from Hornet the ,master A-7E Corsair jet base K; and the

TU S-3 ViKing. Cecil Field has hosted
IIII WITH SOe OFF LABEL AQUA NET these tours since'January.
SUPERBRAND Base spokesman Bert layers says
there are many local groups who are
STICK CHEESE unable to visit Cecil Field except
,' during the weekend. The Saturdaytour
\ :. program is designed with them
_._._ $ 47 9' 99 in mind. '-
SIZE, '- fAez r Reservations are required; call
@ ,,32 SIZE'-01 PKG. 778-6053 prior to June 10. Each tour
is restricted to the number of seats
tl NATURAL on the tour bus with a maximum of
;, :,:. OUR ENTIRE LINE OF ORANGE $-99 three tours. scheduled for each tour

JUICE .. 'Mu. Community State SUPERMARKET ,date*
/ s, 2 S.o OFF '(COUNTRY FRESH _. ....
,' 79" ,Legion Officers
Installation of Officers for the
r- 'TWIN DISPOSABLE ._ u, SOLID BEOULAB or MUSK Amencan Legion Auxiliary, Unit 56
MASSENGILLDOUCHE TRUSTgMENS of Starke was held on Sunday afternoon -
; IJKST ,June 9 at the Hall
,, DEODORANT DRINK 20 % following a covered lion .
rile Past Auxiliary President,Antoinette -
1\ Coss,installed Violet Crosbyas
1U$141 President, Mary Cissy as'Vice
r | $128 99 President, VI Staumgs aa Treasurer,
,. Antoinette Cues as Secretary Laura,
'' ,SIZE! | lAllls UL Hitch as Chaplain Mary Brown as
OFF Historian, Muriel Giinooly as
Sergeant at Arms, and Lucille Stien
as Asst. Sergeant at Arms.
,. The next auxiliary meeting will be
: THE MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED Tuesday JW'MI14 at 7:90 p.m. a t the
The Quickest Checkout RETAIL ON ALL .Lemon lIaU.Treatment..

I':', .' PANTY HOSE .. ..
.,.. p.g.11
Clayton said the water coming out
of the plant through the new system
would be"completely recycled"and
crystal clear before it reaches the city
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,Four ,Local Men Sentenced to 'Prison Terms I

Four area person, three from according to Assistant. II. $. At federal prison. Moody was-chargedwith and\ has-80 days to the'(J.:s:
Bradford County and one from torney Charles Truncate.Aildredge conspiracy to distribute cocaine marshal..
rrre Union County, were sentenced June was charged with conspiracy He and co-defendant Scotty Bradley's brother. Marcus Kevin
2 to serve tune In federal prison on to distribute: cocaine and Rhoden stood trial in April for the Bradley, was also,sentenced last
drug charges. three counts of distribution: of,,cocaine. drug charge. A Jury found both serve Bradley,31, was sentenced to
Wayne Lee Alidredge,41,owner of He pled guilty to one count. Moody and Rhoden guilty as charged. 1J months. According to
M Wayne's Body Shop; on SR-16 west, Clyde Moody 36, of Lake Butler authorities Kevin I Bradley was
was sentenced to serve five years.Zoltowski, was sentenced to, four :years in sentenced under new federal
Judy Ann Bradley, 37. a Bradford guidelines and will be required to
woman was sentenced May 27 to serve the entire time Bradley was
serve five years in prison. Bradley charged with possession of marijuana -
AquittedBenny was charged with conspiracy to with intent to distribute after
distribute cocaine and two counts of 85 marijuana plants were found
distribution of cocaine. She was growing at his !home on Church
Zoltowski is a free man snakes in the hunting club, we got sentenced before Judge Susan Black Street in February.
after a federal judge lambasted snakes on the farm, and we got .
witnesses and ordered ZoltowsJcl's, snakes in the bars and probably on ------ -
acquittal' .Tuesday, June 7, in the aU the streets in Starke; ,from what I
; lastest of a string of Bradford County gather, but If you're going to try a PHYSICAL THERAPY
drug trials.Zoltowski case and use snakes for your
told The Telegraph' evidence, you're going to get burnedor '..iERRYFISHER.\, :.
Wednesday that after the O S. State bit by a snake.
Attorney's otfice had presented the "In most cases you usually have at,, BY APPOINTMENT 964.6909
SIXth and final witness for the prosecution least one clean witness, but in this I
,all charged in the drug probe case there wasn't anyone to lend -
-- ,.ow -, ,that defense attorney Thomas A, credence to the story.."
Larkin asked for acquittal. U.S. Responding from Tampa, AssIStant
Get-together. District Judge John H. Moore U.S. Attorney Joseph Magri
In Heart Martha NlcbeU Padgett. Maria Padgett Morriaon,Janet MorrUoaThornton. granted the motion to said: "I must assume that the court
I dismissed the Jury, and lambasted followed the general rule that judges FOREMOST-+ PRICE-WISE Sale
In Front!Jams fiance Thornton and Jame Hence Thornton Jr; the prosecution for putting on "one Should leave determination of Prices
of the worst prosecutions 1 have ever witnesses' credibility to the Jury." ";.R'-h.hl
_J- -----. -- seen." Judge Moore called the six 'The trial, which ended abruptly Good
witnesses "snakes from Starke." during the second day, was dropped combine to bring you Thru
Zoltowskl was indicted by the before it went to the jury Zoltowskl ,June 15
federal grand jury in February could have faced a maximum of 55 LOWER PRICES.
along with 30-odd other Bradford years in prison. ,
.et residents whose trials are under way Before granting the acquittal
in federal court in Jacksonville. Judge Moore said:
Zoltowski was being tned on three IOU the United States of America
counts of conspiracy to distribute cocaine ,has to rely on its criminal justice ,
Gordon's E&J
and marijuana. system with evidence such as has Canadian
"1 just got in with the wrong been presented in this case, then we Gin Brandy
crowd," ,,Zoltowskl told The might just as well turn this whole Lord
Telegraph. The acquitted carpenter country over to Mr.Merkle(U.S.Attorney '
says he 11 be busy working to payoff Robert M rltJe) and all go C'alvert
his defense attorney,Larmn. down the tube with him.''
According to an article on Page lA Responding to the comment 99 ; '
of the June 8 Flonda Tunes-Union, Magn said,"I doiind it curious that 8
Judge Moore stated: the court seems to go out of its wayto 899 699
"We got snakes la the Police criticize Bob Merkle for his LTR LTR 750Dewar's
.. Department in Starke, we got leadership of this investigation."
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5 Generations.... ATTENTION: JULY 3rd

-. r ,Clarence to Rear Joyce Adkln MorrUon Adklna Marian Lewis "Mark""Adklnj,Christopher JAM SESSION 4 pm 11 pm

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uaifA A Five-Generation ReunionIt

was a big bash to celebrate"big (t was'a special occasion for aU of
family as the Thorn tons, the "
-1 mile North of Starke US 301
Padgetts, the Morrisons and the The families met at Starke resident on
Adkuns got together to celebrate a Buddy,MorrIson's house on 25 OPEN 7 DAYSP WEEK
five-generation reunion. Circle in Starke.
The families are all long-tune
Starke-Middleburg residents and
met here in Starke; for the reunion.
>V'" '. .It was certainly something to
Y f have the whole family here in one tS.CE
place," commented Mrs. Mane
Thornton, "As the family keeps get'
ting bigger and bigger it gets harderto
Big Reunion... get them all together m one place.;

In par Martha NlchoU Padgetts, Marta Padgett MorrUon.Joyce MorrUonAdkln

''Ia Front: Marian Uirta 'Mark*,Adkuu. ChrMopber Clarence Adkln
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I I Obituaries r' ," .1.1Mrs.

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.Margaret Fulton grandchild. ", Charles J. BattenMr. llarlon fallowing an extended illness E.t:. Roberts of Michigan and Will
l'unera1aervtcea were held June 4 HodgeMr. Born in Alachua County,she was a Roberta of
Mrs. Margaret Washington. D.C.; a
A. Fulton 78. of Charles
,Keystone Heights, died Sunday at the First Baptist Church in LaKe Joseph Batten, 61, of, Harlon Hodge, 53, of Brooker, school teacher there until she movedto sISter Dorothy English of Stewart,
June s in Bradford Butler with Rev. MelVIn Owen and Salt Lake City, Utah, died Tuesday, died'June 6 in the VA Hospital in ( IsTamorada Fla after retiring Flip 13 grandchildren and 16 great.
Hospital of Rev. Glen May 28 m Salt Lake City following a Gainesville She moved to Lake
Starke sudden Illness Nordquiat officiating. following an extended il- Butler in 1982. grandchildren.
following a .
Born 22 Burial was in Florida Memorial .brief illness. lness. She was a member of the First Bap- Funeral services will be held
July in Washington,'
Pa., Mrs. Fulton moved to Keystone ,Gardens in Rockledge. with Archer tist Church and the Retired Thursday at 2 p.m. in the First BaptISt -
tn 1974 from Titusvuue. She operated Funeral Home of Lake 'incharge Born in Brooker, Mr. Batten lived A lifelong resident of Brooker Mr. 'Teachers Association. Church of Lake Butler with Rev.
the Sunrise Beauty Salon of of arrangements. 'in Salt Lake City 'for' the past 15 Hodge worked as a mechanic on Dottie Survivors include two daughters. Btu WamcK and Rev Melvin Owen
He Roberts of AJtamonte Springs officiating. Burial will, be in
'' years was a shoemaker-
Keystone Heights. Mrs. Dottle Marie Noda heavy equipment. He served in the and Lomta McGill of Lake Newnansviue under
:Survivors include employed with Textile Service at the Butler;; a Cemetery the
her son, Donald U.S.Army and was a member of the
Woods of Boyne City MICh.; two Mrs.Dotue Marie Jones Nods 28, time of his death. He was the son of Church of God of Prophecy. son, George Wesley Roberts of direction of Archer Funeral Home of
brothers,David Patterson of Avella, of Lake City died Wednesday in Robert and Essie Brown Batten. Howard City, Mich.; two stepsons Lake Butler.
Pa., and Harry Patterson of Orlando 'Alachua General Hospital following Survivors include his wife, Cindia
; five sisters, Ethel Rutherford of' a brief Illness. Survivors include three sons,Gary Tyler Hodge; a daughter Cindia
Columbus Ohio Eleanor Main of Born in Jacksonville, Mrs. Noda and Charles, both of Salt Lake City K pelos of Brooker; two sons,Ricky
Detroit, Mich., Betty Kiehl of lived most of her life in Union and and David 'of Indiana; four and Buddy both of Brooker; a
Holland, Mich.. Anna Angekmch Bradford Counties, before moving to daughters, Velma Spruell! of brother, Irvis Hodge of Brooker; a
and Hazel Williams, Doth of Lake City. She was a housewife. Portland Ore., Linda :Schmidt of ,sister,, Blanche Taylor.of Lawtey;
Keystone; and a grandson, Paul Survivors include her father,Fred Summerville, S.C.," Peggy and two grandchildren. -
Woods of Boyne City, Mich. Jones of Ft. Myers; her mother Mooneyham and Phyla Paddock, Services were held June 8 in the
Private graveside services will be Christine Benefieid of Lake Butler? both of Halsey,Ore.;a brother,R.B. Archer Funeral Home Chapel of
held Friday at U a.m. with Rev. step-father. Billy Benefield of Lake Batten of Day Fla.; a sister, Athata' Lake Butler with'Rev: G.C. Fogarty
Sam Richardson officiating. Interment Butler; maternal grandmother;; Wilbur' of Cortez, Colo. and ten otficiatmg. Burial was in -Dedan d (1Jiiwinh
will be in Keystone Heights Rhoda Moore of Lake Butler; two grandchildren. Cemetery in Brooker. Archer' f.
Cemetery under the direction of brothers,Keith Jones of Lake Butler Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in / i. ;
-Jones Funeral Home. Viewing will and John Allen of Starke; a step- charge of arrangements,
be Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at,the brother Michael Benefield of Indian Graveside services will be held
Jones Funeral Home. Head Md.; and a sister Beta HoU- Thursday, June.9 at 4:30: p.m. in Mrs. Fay Roberts S
ingsworth of Lake Butler. Swift Creek Cemetery in Union '- See for
Mrs. Fay Mane us .
Fagan Roberts
Mrs.Myrtice Kitchens Memorial services were held June County. Archer Funeral Home of \
83, of Lake Butler,died '
3 Archer Funeral Home Lake Butler is in of
Mrs. Myrtice Estelle Thornton in Chapel charge' ar '
night in the North Fla. Regional Carlson Craft
Kitchens, 68, of Lake Butler, died with Rev. Art Peterson officiating. rangements. Medical Center of GalnelvllleFather's
Wednesday after a brief illness. Burial will be at a later date.
Born in Manning, Mrs. Kitchens INVITATIONSENCLOSURES
Mrs. Carrie Yackel
lived most of her life in Lake Butler. A
She also lived in Cocoa for ten years Mrs. Came Yackei,92, of Hampton
before returning to Lake Butter in died June 3 at the Whispering Day June, 19 !
1976. The widow of the late James L. Pines Care Center of Starke follow- 1 ff tl f NAPKINS
Kitchens,she was a housewife and a ing an extended illness. Purple Gator Western Wear '' ,
member of the first Baptist Churchof Born and raised in Ravtna, N.'i., Father's' \ THANK YOGSRECEPTION
to this
Lake ButlerSurvivors j Mrs. Yackel moved to Hampton in wants help you Day
include four sons, Vernon 1981 where she has resided since. the best ever for your Dad. I
of Capa Canaveral, pon of Port She was a Lutheran. .- 11, IJEMS
St. 'John, Larry and Carl both of Survivors include her son, George. Western Shirts
-.. Cocoa; two brothers,Charles Thorn Yackel of Hampton?, four grand- Ranch Pants 25% { \\S" ATTENDANTS
ton of Starke and Dewey Thornton of children and nine 'great GIFTS
JacksonVille;, four sisters, Mavet grandchildren. Belts / p
Crews, Edith Brannen and Wilma Funeral services will be held at a 2O off'
Carroll, all of Lake Butler, and later date in Ravina, N.Y., With Archie WalletsSale offfBr \ Let your 'WEDDINd
:, Melverna ,Addison of Key Largo; Tanner Funeral Home of Starke Ends June 18th 'r f t' STATIONERY be at Indfvldual -
",'. five grandchildren and one great in charge of arrangements. Come In today you'll be glad you did.Visa !.il. .,i:'% ;} as you ere; Choose

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and loss of our loved one. A always be remembered.May Dres &
special thanks to Rev.Melvin Owens God richly bless each of you \ Leila S. Gift Shop
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surrounding communities. member of the group and become a 1k 23 minutes, without an .t
,.. Officers were elected, and a charter member. With more than 80 s
name '!New .River: Ramblers'was Good Sam members in the two counties Harold K. DavIS, loon Officer LENDER instruction book!
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'M esidence of the merit J'sfllp. *" "*' t ,be filled quickly, '
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meetings and be voted into the club home, and members have opportunities Chiropractic', -
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I Attempted murder,, 'aggravated Richard Roy SIsson,'of St. Johns
battery, armed burglary, aggravated County, was charged with driving
assault, shooting into an with liscense suspended possessionof ''1 ''
i occupied vehicle,criminal mischief firearm by a convicted felon, ag-
are among the charges! made in ar gravated assault and armed .I'
rests in Bradford and Union counties burglary. His bond is set at f5ooo",' \
this week Gary Duane Rabon Bradford wI'p '
Harrison Lee Finley, 23, of Brad- County is charged with manufacture 'I '
ford County, was' arrested and of cannabis possession of less 'U -
charged with attempted murder, than 20 grams cannabis, and is held .
'and shooting into an occupied vehicle without Dond.Edward .
last Sunday,June Stn. r mley was Darell Mathis is chargedwith i
driving a picKup truck.carrying an trespassing after warning. '
armed passenger, down Old Lawtey bond set at 1157.50. -
Road. Thev turned east on Florida Carlton Covington, Bradford, ,
Street and the armed passenger County, is charged with violation of 1 -. '
fired into another truck. fhe man, probation and is still In custody. : : '
firing the shots escaped into the' Bond is set at 2500. .. ,
I neighborhood, and is being sought Shannon Crews and Sinclair '10) ..' ,
by the police. FirUey is being held Crews are both charged'WIUI battery ..... 'U' ,': '!
without,!bond in the Bradford County bond set at $1,500, but releasedon ). -'""'"'" ,f I J. ;:,
jail their own recognizance. ,. .,
Ambrose Albert Jackson of Lake Betty Cowan Entsmmger ot'Polk -.'. ,. _... 'H
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battery' in the knifing of Michael intoxication, and. posted bond of -, I
George at the Handi Way on the corner : $100.75. "" i
of SR-231 and SR-121 In Lake Charles Edward Hudson charged "CT I'.
,' ,, "r', Butler.'Bond has been set at $2,500. with batterywith: cash only bond set : ;" ,..j,,' ( ,,
Ronmce Quarterman Hicks, 21, ''at $500. ",
and William Harrison Quarterman, Gordon David Hathcox, Jr., arrested if
20, are charged with aggravated bats. June 4th for,improper tag I
.. tery in the stabbing or Ira Holmes of possession of sawed off shotgun,and I
Fines Mobile Home Park, in Lake possession of. altered firearm. No: ..
Butler Sunday night June' 5. bond was set in this case. j ,
Holmes is in stable condition at '0
Shands Hicks and Traffic..., ,
Hospital. Quarter .
I held Ernie was'arrested '. r, .: :.. ,1,,' .,,; ..Ie< '.... :.', ,.'.: ......, ..... .
man are being in county 'jail, George Masey '," \ '.':'' F'P.f+''' r' :".'- ::,.."; .':. :,': .J..7 ""-' ,
awaiting bond of $2,500 each. June 2 for driving with liscense '
Bryan K. Sheffield from Alachua suspended. Bond set at $210.: Wreck on Iiwy."lOO.." .. '" ,";;;: :, een''true"''driven'by'Jamri Smith" collided with hU car driven by C -ndr.
County,was arested on a charge of 'ferry Eugene Gravely, driving, No-one wu Injured In this wreck:Tuesday morning, on,II''y.100fhell.; ,, ; '/,Drayton of Slarke.< '
Criminal Mischief and turned over with hscense suspended bond set at ,"
to Alachua County. He"was seen $210. .
breaking windows in a .bar in Freddie Edward Browning dnv Keith Brian Ardley,:Duval county, a 1986 ford, and attempted,io"'pass '
: :" :'. Gainesville and damaged the ing while liscense suspended and driving with liscense suspended.Bond 'just as the lord made a:loll turn into ; : TULLER '
.', ::, I bathroom,with a 2x4, causing more unlawful use of temporary? tag. Bond set at $210. the passing ear..llriver tit the ford ,
i, ,{ ;." than $3,000 damage. He also damaged : ,set at $311.25.Cheryl 'was aMrs., Granam ol Waido,.who, 'Center''
, : \\:1: ,:: buildings and equipment m Brad- Lynn Bogle driving with Samuel Clark, 21, of Starke, 'was ,was charged with improper'changeof Chiropractic ) :
, '" "" ," ford County particularly at Gnffis suspended liscense bond at $210. arrested for driving while liscense is lane or course' '//K. ': : Keystone Heights Office S ,,:':
,,,:l '::',I.f::,'",: \ Gas; near Hampton. Ray Llnuel Shealy' driving wihtsuspended CR-221 suspended The following accident an occurred accident just On> ,'. .-i i ,< '!+:':1o/,':' ,, !{ ,(.i.-v'' Blvd. ::
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Henry Edward ; from hscense. bond set at $210. south of SR-18, behind ,the Grill s About 3a.<)X() Alachua county was arrested on a Robert James Hoechst, driving Gas bulk Clark was,1 ,ed to and $lKX( ) 'flama(, e to;' .
," ;charge of'armed burglary' grand ;with suspended liscense., Bons set at driving a 1974 storage olds,plant: behind ''the. they ", : 473-7213,
theft and petit theft dating from $210. following .._
August 1987. He had failed to appear Julia Noble Luydic OeSoto county --- -'-
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Mary Janine Manning was charged -) 'set at $362.50.. CONTROL
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FOR SALE OUT OF AREA t-.h" ..1 205 N, Te>m0U, Strfc
?1972 VOLKSWAGEN BUG: manual I .
transmission, AC, AM/FM ,radio light O.S. 4M I MOTORCYCLE 81 ha 613 .
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY! mobile home blue In color New radial tires, $850 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded mile, good condition.,782-3200. Itchg Cecelia Terwlll ar
pork on Griff I loop. Acreage for more '782.3428 after 6pm. Itchg 6/9 lots river access, $5450 Each. No ,6/9 -. "
mobile home or lots. 38000.. Call 1917 CHEVY CAVALIER take overpayments money down. $69.41 monthly Owner THE WATER WILL BE HERE FOREVER
after 5:30: p.m. 964- '970 or 964 8705. Call 964.8045.
3/3 TFjo ; 4tchg 1-236-4579' 16222438. 1/7TF LAND FOR SALE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY WILL NOT!
ZERO DOWN fAYMINT..lor qualified, TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1971 ON THE ATLANTIC 'new' two IMAGINE I 190 ft. on beautiful Klng.ley lake. A:3 BR, 1\\ bo .horn; and a 2 lit, t1
SACRIFICE land, owner I 28x60. 733-028.: doublewlde 4t hg 5/19.6/9 for $339 Maverick, by assuming $35 weekly bedroom condo on Amelia Island LOT IN CITy 6000. App. for modular Ba MH. The property 1 I. approx. WxSAO", handsomely landscaped with |

month. Call 7330213. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 payments. Coll DAS Motors 964-7356. limited availability from $78,900. home. Call 94-9764; after 9" call magnolia, hydrangea, gardenias, fig trees, etc
Itchg 6/9 90./261.0816. 404-998-7877. fcan 964-9291. 3/07 tfn CROSBY LAKEi cedar and .stone Lakewood SID 03.000 I
A-l MOBILE HOMES.., the nation'slargest I
retailer ol mobile TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1973 Dodge 88.266 PLEASANT GROVE AREAl off Rd. 16 CRYSTAL LAKIi furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water $ 90,000 I
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7338317. 4tchg 5/19-6/9 pickup by assuming $35' weekly NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS Moggie West 12.9 acre, half cleared with BR CROSBY LAKE CANAL 2 BR. 1 Bo, CHAA frame $ 41.000
GLAMOUR BATH.., Inglewlde, '88 payments. Call 0 4 S Motors 9647356.Itchg Volley Waynesvllle, 1 acre tracts, mobile home used a* rental. Many CROSBY IAKI LOT cleared 100' on water 'f 19.800
6/9 10% down, 10 to Good choice for u... animal
Farming ,
mod.l. Cathedral celling, furnished! year pay. WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246.Fla. Frontier 13,000 ]
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1977 Malibu roods, great view Century 21 High' chicken house, trailer pork, housing
complete delivery and set up under $35, weekly .. ....
by assuming payments Country Realty, 704-926-0891. fcan subdivision or just a home with a big .COMMERCIAL.
$169 'manl!.. Call todoy, ,733-0139, Call DBS Motors 9647556. Itchg 6/9 88-294 yard. Asking $29.000. Negotiable. SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building corner Call t Walnut St., 3198
4tchg 3/19-6/9 1976 CAMARO still very powerful good LARGE MOBILE HOME SITES $9,993 '964-6309 day, or '964-8970 and ..f.,, clean excellent condition live upstairs, have buslnes downitolrt. Best |
OWN FOR LESS THAN RENTr 1988 tires, fast transportation, $1000 080. terms. Near Crystal River, high and 64-8709 after 6 p.m. 9/12TF location I Enterprise Zone Benefit
doublewlde for under $250. Call,today 964. 288 after 5 p.m. Itpd 6/9 dry Nice term. Central water. Agent: **. "! HOME PARK on Grlffls Loop 1.34 ACRES 301 South 190 on 301. 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned open I
733-6068 4tchg 31969WE '87 TOYOTA 4x4: SWB AC 5 speed OD P.O. Box 2061, Homoaa Spring, FI Hwy IQO-A. Stmke. Have 4 unit and ,rural small I BR home B slnglewlde A CB bldg., I utility shad $ 42.000
BUY USED mobile home*. Call black with port stripes, chrome front 32647. 9O4-628-O001. fcon 88-269 acreage fr., more mobile home. WAlOOl 300x400 fenced toned B-A' $ 30.000
733-8317. 4tchg 5/19.6/9 and rear bumpers, cloth seats, carpet, NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSr nice $38,000. Cull 964-6309 day;' 964,8970, APT. BUILDING 3 unit, fenced close to hopping $ 45.000 I
,YOUR CREDIT might not boos bod a* you gray Interior bedllner. Lists for vacation 964-8705 after 6
cottage, lakefront lot with! p.m 5/12 TF
LOCATION LOCATION! This prime comm.rclallocallon 507 W, Madison St.,
,think Need a mobile home? Call to $14,100 new now .10000. 17,000 dock 2 BR, 1 ba fully' furnished HUNTERS PARADISE' interiachen. 40
directly across from Wlnn Dixie(Could be converted to suit need
day. 733-8317. 4tchg 3/19-6/9 mile*. 964-5812. TFce $34.900. Call Crisp Realty' Andrews. acre $37,900. Owner term. VICKIE '. your I
LAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer 5 55.000
TRADE..TRADE..TIADE..your used CHEVY'0' TON ".4 PARTS front and park
) 1.8OQ.J8-8621.: 88-257 SMITH REALTY Inc., Realtor, 684-2994.
mobil. homes Call 7330294. 4tchg .ar' axle, transfer., transmissions, 301 end WASHINGTON $T.j 262.3x103 ft. 5 91,500
3/19-6/9 etc. 9645812. TFc. 301 SOUTH 135 ft,on 301.approi 2 acres (possibly 4 acres: 130,000
MOBILE HOME: 12x60. 2 SR, l'' boo 1910 BUICK REGAL AC AM/FM 6 cyl.. BOATS 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage 5 85.000
modern kitchen excellent condition inSTork. ,$1500. call 964-4462. 2tpd 6/ .9 COMMERCIAL INTERI'RISIZONEII.5.,65ft., near hospital 23.000
., $4300. Call Any collect PROPERTY THOMPSON ST.i 11.362 *.f., brick, Enterprise Zone, Benefit 5 80.000
15 FT. Evlnrude
4078346792. 2tpd 6/2-9 HOMES trader WHICRAFTi 40 hp ,' tilt RENTLEASESALEFOR 301 N.I 1.5 acre, MH hook-up 2 bldg.. 2401 on 301, great value S 37.000
run great asking $1200 Call
'1975 CHAMPION 12x60. all' electric 301 NORTHi by Econoiodge IW.Ol'on 301 ,$120.000
CH&A,12 BR, 1 ba, 10x14 portable ,FOR SALE 2tpd 472-4697 6/2.9 after,,'' 7, p.m.i" Newberry, Fl. 301 NORTH approximately !ISO'x appro,220' $123.000 |
building on' Vi acre lot 'In Breaker. LEASE ,1.000 sq. ft.. 301 South
$13.000. Call day 964-2462 or eve 16 FT. JON 'BOAT 25 hp motor and aero from new KOA/Wolmor. _..AC* AGE....., .
485-2614. 2tchg 6/2-9 TWO BEDROOM HOME needs repair. trailer,, $690. 964.6614. 'Itpd 6/9 9648848. 964-8<<7. or,eves" 473-3627. HWY 313 10 acre join Alochua County line 25.300
,3 LAKES TO SKI-FISH-SWIMt Interlochen. 706 Thomas St lot goes to I creek IS FT. REINElli with 50 hp Mercury, run 4/16 tfnchg MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acre inside city S 10.000
2/1 y furnished mobile home. Just bring $1::1.000. Owner terms"at 9%, low great I New battery, extra fuel tank, FISH CAMPS totally equipped tavern, BROWNLEE RD.i 36.43 acre, owner financed great location $ 82,332
your 'toothbrush. $29.900. $3000 down to qualified buyer. 1-3726881, pare tire Included need seats Soot mobile home, lakefront, acreage, RO. 100 EAST: 1.37 acre, wooded and platted $ 7.000
down. Owner financing. VICKIE SMITH 4tpd 5/19.6/9 motor and drive-on Gator trailer, only owner finance: 10%, John Curie. HAMI'TON.38 acre This property has everything I $438.000
FOR SALE Owner financed. 4 BR. 2 Ba, $1295 cosh. Call Randy.,473-3067. Itpd United Realty of Starfce, 964.8<<7
REALTY Realtor 684-2954 ; eve LAWTEV 3 acre, 103th Ave, good Investment $ 15,000
TWO BEDROOM t both 10x50 $1800. after CHIA 6,, new carpet|mTF ,For info 964 8602. 6/9 : .7 .3627. 9/19TF RD. 100 S: 12 acre plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000 |
964.5523 after 5:30 p.m. 2tchg 6/9.16 THREE BEDROOM home In PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RO.t 20.16 acre. 3 well, 2 pole
convenient .11
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MODELS 12x40 extra good condition \
and hooked up to water electric location, close I to everything.Nice .....HOMIS.....
and telephone on0\ acre rental lot. 'lot with variety ol trees. Owner 1203 BLANOING ST.I.. Concrete block 3 BR I 3/4 bo CHAA, garage:.on 3/4 of I
$3500. 9642748. Itpd 6/9 anxious. Coll 'today, Roberts Real on acre 43.000 |
TWO BEDROOM bath I 114x70 mobile Estate 9646262. 6/2 8tchg 7/21 LAKE BUTLER first offering a 'lore find neat A clean brick v.n..r"
home' with fireplace In HlghrldgeEitote BUILDERS HOME on Hlllcrest Lake In Ctoy'' > 3 BR, 1'/0 bo, lot 100.135. close to hospital $ ..5.000A |
.. $22,000 or best offer. 473-0352 County Must tee I... appreciate' For SMALL FARM 301 N.. turn right! at NE 26th Ave,. end of road .

after 3 p.m. 473-7919. Itchg. 6/9 6/9-16 more Information. call 473-3028. 2tchg .. .3.83 acre, fenced 38R. t bo frame home. 1532 ..f.. 2 born*.

''SI'ACIOUS"/21 living. dining screened kerosene stove, ceiling fan, 35 pecan tree '36,000 j
| 262 S. MYRTLE ST.I Home S 2 cor garage, all new Interiors, CHAA,, .
patio fireplace, convenient location t .
HOMES 964-6654 after 6 p.m. Itpd 6/9 2 BR, 1 Ba financing available. ee to appreciate' $ 30.000 '
OPEN HOUSE Emery' lane, I 315 N. MYRTLE $T.: Neat and tidy 3 BR.2 be. $43.000
NEAR BEDFORD LAKE 1985 all elec' Keystone/Bradford Co. am.12 noon,, CONERLY ESTATES 3/2 stone flr.ploc..1800 .f. 85.000
Fleetwood 3 BR, 2 10, 4 ton CHAA. Saturday June ". Price reduced on v HWY. 223 2/1 frame, :3 stall barn, newly !.wir.d..
intercom A rotary antenna. this. 4 BR,. 2 Ba ham. In" prestige' hrs, BRICK 3 BR, 2\% ba, custom built or) I acre $ 64.000 |
KEYTONE High Ridge Estates: 3 BR. neighborhood. Complete financing Information 3- CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club, 3000 ..f. on 2 lot '
2 boo CHIA. Fleetwood 2 full length available from agent at site. GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex 215 Bradford Dr. $ 38.000 I
patio. 10 ft. high 2-car carport chain Watson Realty Corp 473-4816.: 'Itchg | 201 ALVAREZ COURT. BR. 1 Bo, Reduced $2.000 $ 23.750
link fenced yard LR. DR, fireplace 6/9 1123 NEIL CT.3 BR. 1 Ba, carport owner financing 36.000
Maytag washer :dryer, lake SECLUDED WATERFRONT PROPERTY Susan M. Faulkner,GRI.CRB PRESIDENT LONGCHAMP HOME Brick 3 BRA\ Bo, well Insulated $ 45.255
Geneva nearby.LAKEFRONT $35,000 Owner terms. "Were In the BRICK, 4 or t I'. 1900 S f.. 1 acre S Y'". old Negotiable |
PROPERTY Building Heart of the Lokes'V VICKIE SMITH { KEYSTONE Spanish style, 4 BR 2H bo 3450 >.f.. 10 acres
lot, new septic tank, approved for REALTY Inc., Realtor Call 684-2954 T,1\.9tg.9tVL\ pY;fI9 | KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 IR, 1 Ba, 1500 s.f.j wood frame,
well, Little '. CONDOMINIUM "n.w.hl"gl.roof.corpof' .550.000 |
power. source, Lake Santa : Its a beautyl Owner Located Hwy.301 -2 Blk S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street. ,
'CR 225 Near lowt.y CB I WF,3 BR. INC., Realtor, 684-2954. OVER 2000 SQ. "., Immaculate I Priced to tell In the $40.: I kit/Oft combov2OOO. ..fJ;;' CHAA"i city wot**,.2-_ "- Ion",...xc.'..condition.. I IAumable
1 boo CHIA 1 acre. YOU MUST SEE THIS beautiful unique home with over 4,000 sq. ft. and 20 mart$26,000.%, pmt$223.98/mo. Sole priced! 53.000
STARKE 2 BR. I Ba, CHAA. acres for privacy. Extra Include pool stove, oven burglar alarm, fir. alarm 1.00KER13/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D. extra lot. $ <<.000
assumable FHA rntg.FmHA cypress and cedar construction. MENG DAIRY RO.i 2.25 acre. 3/1 CB. CHA, so near' $ 40,000 j
HOMES .several BR, 1 ''ft ba NEW HOME On.acre In the country. Choose your own color,Owner financing I LAWTEYt 4 BR, 2 boo 2 story, 1 acre,100 yr.. old $ 36.000
great location to choose from. Eligible STROUT REALTY available, After Hours
down Incorporated FIXED RATE MORTGAGE this 3 2 Ba brick horn. Owner
no payment Ineligible 10% *ASSUMABLE on BR. I Ann. Terwillegor Nelson 473-7541
down. Broker will consider some financing,
UNION COUNTYi 135 Ac.,. beautiful 838 N.Temple Ave.U. 301)) *SANTA FE LAKEi this beautiful BR,'3 Ba home overlook the water with an I John Longford-Master Appraiser g* **, 496-2291
2700 s.f. home, with Ig. oak I pecan Starke PI 32091 outdoor screened great room to enhance! your enjoyment of the lake. Many Pauline Randolph uELT '*''-6323

,a tree, fish from 2 private fish ponds. 9648931f extra Must see. Call for private showing. Lan. Londo I. 'UMSIM" ''''.705.
Ideal for horse A cow*. : Great buy In this S BR, S boo Joy Thornton ''''. 223
NEAR GAINESVILLE OH CR 231. block home and 18.99 ac. pecan INVESTORS CORNER
wood from.3 BR, 2 Ba CMA. formal grove, only 10\/ mile on Edwards Rd.
dining family room, sitting In 10 Home has approx. 4,000. so.ft, area
acres of planted pines.. Great Invest n.w appliances.
ment. 461:4" BR, 3 both block home in town.
Pick Up Your Entry Form near school on E. Louro St. Low down
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MATHEWS REALTY sales Included Waldo.

REALTOR 1464: :21 Unit Motel .Incl. efficiency

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441 W. Madison 1470: 24 Unit Motel,efflc. opts., office,

Stark., FI32091 many amenities.Ask : Accelerated Health :

(.Across from Wlnn Dixie) about our mobiles on small ac. .

964-4469' parcels' (Good bargains). "

I '2 SR'apartment duplex..,You teat get a positive' cash flow on'this enel : ',964-4544 :

I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,Prime location across from Jax. Liquors. 175' .
frontage. Approx. one acre. Hwy. 301 S.

Insurance Collision Work Freo> Estimates *COMMERCIAL BUILDING on Hwy:301 with 125' frontage. : [@a ] Starke FL La :
*WE HAVE TWO HOMES perfect for Ingle family r.nlallnv.'Im.nt and awaiting '

Hit for properties of this rent. Call today.We can help with REALTOR
CR 229 NW 28th St. Stark* 964-6133 Investment financing: !
./ Homes Acreage.l"Waterlront: :

*STRAWBERRY ACRES lovely brkk.. veneer with 4 3/4 ocr. Kitchen equipped : t' Farms / Commercial
CHAA other .extra." j'
HWY. 229 A lewtey Asset 3 81t. t ba stucco on S acres.,'CHAA. kitchen.. .
equipped Jenn-AIr tove. LIVE ON THE WATER. 2 BR/IBa frame.'CHIA. stove A ,.1;', carpet: A .

Thinking of buying or '*GOLF VIEW I Nice building lot. In country club area. drape, dock, workshop SW/MH 193x290 apx. lot siie. .
selling? Call us/ .CLOSE TO TOWN but In country: 3 ocre, 3 III, 1 ba. nice brkk veneer, TWO STORY LOG SIDING HOME 3 BR/2A1/2SA, CHAA. stove, ,. refrk A |
i CHCA garage separate and additional septic. '. dishwasher'3000 ..t,. wall A septic, On. the Water ,
9644522STARKE *SANTA FE LAKE CANAL LOTS owner financing. LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE 2 BR/2BO CB. formal living-dining I

FL Evenings & Weekends .IMMACULATE four BR, 2 Ba, lust off Pratt St., double carport. Ig.'utility. rooms,,family. room CHAA garage, well A septic, 3 acre of room to | '
fenced yard CHAA. all for 49900. .roam. .
David L Dodge. MSA. CRA Patty Kay MKAKch .EGG FARM Will sell with home without small acreage or large., Check this 6.92 ACRES > 2BR/1Bo frame and BR/2Ba doublewlde like new w/petlo.A I
964-5370 R 964-5609" out with! u*. Ready mode Income., carport. CHAA. well A septic owner financing/good term, .
Kay C. Water* LAKE PRIVILEGES 3 BR/2Bo bloc""II..lng. dining A family rooms. CHAA. | .
Ret8646941 .m'- RENTALS* r 1416 SF, drape A carpet well I septic; large lot w/lawn A shrubbery
Opal Dicknon | ,.TWO BEDROOM I bath In town.. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 BR/2Ba brick, CHAA range A refrl.. carpet. | .

Re964 7333 |[|/JVMcJ THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath CHAA., fenced.1200SF, solar hot water system. well A septic., stocked. fishpond.,1.9 ac. ,
ONE BEDROOM APT.t lawtey.'.
Deiignatcd Appraisers LAWTEY AREA 3 BR/IBa frame, well A septic 1 Ac,

Your Full Service Real Estate OfficeAppraiials REDUCED Plnebreeze SO, large brkk 4 BR, 2% boo on nice lot. LAURA 'STREET .. 3BR/1BO block, .CH/AC units. stove A ',> chain link
J01 NORTHi ba frame home 1 remodeled. fence.
for Residence BR. 1 on acre
Farm Commercial Business
*LARGE 1 STORY country home on 16 acre*. Many extra Moke appointment. GRAND STREET 3 BR/l Ba frame, well A ..septic oc.
A Few,o/Our Many Listings to see.. RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR. IBa mobile home Irr excellent condition, well A
PRATT ST.t :2 BR. 1 ba frame home fenced yard, $17.900.: eptk. 9.5 ac..26000.
.*QUIET SETTING new 3cClIhodro'l ceiling, fireplace, large 2 car garage on \'fi NW 25th $T.s CB home 3 BR, 2 ba on I acre, fenced backyard. NEAR CROSBY LAKE> 3 BR/I Bo frame, living-dining room, clove A refrf. I
acre. *301 SOUTH 14x70 1982 Piedmont MH on 2% acre porches 100x200 lot well A septic $21.000.: '
.14 ACRES MORE OR LESSi' close to Starfce. On paved rood $2.000 per acre. BRICK 3 BR,'2 ba home on 5 acre, 32x60 bam stocked. fish pond. LAWTEV 4BR/IBa frame, large living. A dining room, porches. large lot, .
1 *BEAUTIFUt BRICK HOME over 2.000 sq. ft.. Crystal Lak. occ..... *lot NORTH business and home; with good down payment, owner financ, ,city water, septic tank ."
*NEW LIMING Starke excellent neighborhood 3/1'15, eot-ln kitchen and more." ing., SELECTED PROPERTIES '
*NEW HOME 510'..., brkk FHA financing, large lot, many amenities. *NW 14TH ST.t 3 BR, 2 ba brkk on JVi acre*..VA assumable mortgage.' ,
20 ACRES SW mobile hom.,;2 wells, .septic tank '
,*WALDO Neat 1400 *.f.. 3 bedroom, CHAA. $34.000.. planted pines.I
,CLEAN A NEAT 2/1 good location only 28600.,, ACRES Ir_".'. Will divide. Owner Financing w/Good Term*. .
BRICK-MORGAN RO.? 3/1. CHAA on two acre. s Call one of our Professionally( 10 ACRES -. Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well A Septic Owner Financing.
..*NEAT AS A PIN New roof new bathroom, close to SIar.tWO .... Trained It ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Fish Pond. Owner Financing, '
STORY ....ocorol.,800 ..f..ln Starfce. S39.000.' Staff 3 ACRES <, Good Commercial Location on Hwy} 16W. .
*RfDUCEDt Convenient to town and schools remodeled. Si. l Today ... ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home.

*REDUCEDi HandyMan special', duplex In Star....,,: 9645069or LAKE GENEVA large lot. 100 ft, of Lake Frontage .
*EDWARDS RDi 4/2. CHAA, up to 10 acre*. LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing.
*LOCATION LOCATION In Storks custom home on 5 acre. 8 ACRES On Hwy 301 South. .
after hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Good 1u.1..... Location.
:LARGE BRICK HOME 2700 s.f.. CHAA. beautiful ,neighborhood .
REALTOR ASSOOATES-Evenlngt 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.

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WANTIDi ,..0"I.n'.INO ARIAl ...IWL y'DleOltATIDI everything furnish-' KEYSTONE CENTER executive pecan PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile .
Please write P. O. Drawer 280. Stork. ed. Laundry focllltle. Incllld. d. Video paneled office Space, $229 per month.) "Homes, pools, decks?.sidewalks. Free STORAGE HOUSES Need! ertt0 o s/oroge GOVERNMENT HOMES from $t ,(U
Fta. 32O91. 4/7TF room available Will accept one child' 473.4961, 5/19 tfnchg estimates. Call Rob 473-3590. 5/5 space? We have SxlO and \tfftio/ mini repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. .
SLIDING BOARDS the bigger the better no pet. Palm Apt*., 2313 N. TempleAve. KEYSTONE CENTER 500 sq. ft. office or' tfnchg warehouses. Hal and e.tocl<:It.* Call 1(809)687-6000.( )
for kid at Lak. Alto float mattress. ., Stark. 32091 10/29 TF shop ,$220 per ma. 473-4961, 9/19 CARPENTRY ADDITIONS. REMOOilJNO. 496-3939.tfnchrg. 1/7 Ext. GH-1136, for current repo lI.t. 6/2
and basketballs. Call 473-0164 5:30: ADULT PARK Clean: BR mobile home. tfnchg DECKS no |lob too big or mall. 8LUE8MMIS We pick on 4 rd,,c now. Stpd. 7/21
a.m. to 9 30 p.m. only. 5/19 4tchg 6/9 Vt mile from city. Nice neighborhood.' ON LAKE GENEVA Fuml.hed,2 BR Reasonable rates, Quality work U-pkk Held open June 13V 9 miles
NEED PLACE TO PARK CAMPER 3 days a 4681323. IO/8TF .horn w/larg. living room d/r, both, 4739096. 5/5 tfnchg north of Lake Butler on SR2t)[#. Johnnie """
w *k. Alto acreage close to Mace!_- FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities large deck overlooking lake. Dock & TRAILERS BUILT to your specifications. Arnold. 4963935. 6/9 Itpd *'16 WANTED ,
ny.Call I 13-156-1360orlt.'aon' T. paid from 37.50 per week. laundry facilities available. 4732919. 4733634. 2tchg 6/2.9 YOUNG PUREBRED YO KSSAt|, SOAR
L.tte. P.O. Box 2608, Dunnellon, Fl. C.r, Approx 180 Ibs. $125. Cell 4311833.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St..; by Post 5/26 tfnchg SUMMER SCHOOL In Keystone | ; 1 to 2 ACRES LAND near Worlhln0ton
33630. Itpd 6/9 Office TF 2 M LAKEFRONT titled otter 6 p.m. ltp-d. 69CARSTRUCKJP .
fishing skiing swimming teacher. Elementary, secondary springs. Call 496-3701. ,ltchg. 5/3
MOBILE HOMES :3 BR. t BATH WITH AC.. etc. S290/wk. 473-3856. 4tpd 'levels. Starting June IS. Call 473-4291 ,
YARD SALE COVERED PATIOS. 1- MILE TO S/26-6/16 to apply. 2tchg 6/2-9 "
DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964.74./ ON LAKE GENEVA. Nice mobile home, 2 LAWNS MOWED S3 average lawn, INSURANCEMAINES
414TFIN BR, 1 Vi BA carpeted L/R. Nice shadedlot Some slightly higher 473-4055 4tchg
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8-6 p.m. Edward TOWN clean :2 BR house on shaded dock B laundry facilities. 4732919. 6/2-23 YUGO Take Call INSURANCE AGENCYt 25 E,
Rd. 2 mils' from traffic "light on 301: lot. CH&A carpet. Prefer quiet work- 5/27 tfnchg HOUSE PAINTING, baby sitting odd ,187 431-1629, Itchg. 69YARD over poyrll/tttr Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978.
Grey house on ,left. Cancel If raining. Ing adult No pet. For appt. to view, 3 BR 2 BA MH Doublewlde. CH. jobs. 4734055. 4 chg 6/2-23 Complete Insurance tfn
'Itpd 6/9 call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $239 month fireplace, screened porch on 1 ocr.lot. NEED YOUR LAWN MOWED I "
SOFA MM bunk beds,television.' mlse. plus security deposit. Firm. 5/9TF S400 mo. Available July 4731150.. Reasonable rotes; Give us a. call. SALE HELP WANTED, "
Hems Hampton Houses flrlon 10. PINE FOREST APARTMENTS now taking 2tchg 6/2.9 473-4846.ltpd 6/9 V .
Klngsley Lake Saturday.9-5 p.m., Sun application for 2, and 3 bedroom 1 BR COTTAGE near library. Furnished, WILL BABY SIT 'In my home. Have openIngs PEOPLE .'
day 9-1 p.m..tang 6/9 from 9 months-2: old. CARPORT SALE Friday and Saturday, GOOD GOOD PAY GOOD
apartments, starting at $195 and $219. AC, 'lake privileges. $240 month., ages years
FURNITURE cloth.., toy, mlc. Thursday CHI.... fully equipped kitchen. cable 473-4961. 6/2 rfnchg '475-5606. 2tpd 6/9-16 June 10th and June 11th. O.m. til, BENEFITS Com In and talk with us.
thru Sunday 9 a.m Will. Olin will for SR23I toward RMC. aboU(' 2 miles Lake Butler Apparel, 650 S.E. :2nd
ready. 1530 W. Madison St., 964-6312. 1 BR DOUBLIWIOE stove, fridge, CHRISTIAN MOTHER care
Trails Pork, Hwy 16 Wst. Big farm Mon-Frl 9.5 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity. fireplace a curtains Twin Lake Road children 'in my home Close to school: Follow signs Household 'nlshlngs.. Street Lake Butler. 496-3601. tfn/chg.
hous*. Itchg 6/9 5/19TF $375 mo. plus deposit. 473-4832 or and town. 473-2573 or 473-7624 leave drapes, lamps, whatkr>V*. closet 1/21
GARAGE SALE Friday & Saturday. Color SOUTHERN VILLAS OP STARKE I la now 4737986.ON message for Dabble Itpd 6/9 I doors, screen doors, well l| cabinet, BABYSITTER NEEDED Monday-Friday In

TV, shotgun, pistol carpets, baby bed, taking application for 1 I 2 bedroom LAKE GENEVA 2 BR. 1 Vi BA, family HOME IMPROVEMENT, r.paars'addl'" bath ocssorls, room air idltlonr, my home. For more information call'
ploy pen high choirs, stroller, apartments. $199 and $219 month.CHIA. room, beautiful' hardwood floors In tions many bargains and more tjf tpd, 6/9 496-1320, after. 6 p.m. 6/2 2tchg. 6/9
walkers, potty chair sheets, fully equipped. kitchen, cable large LR/DR. Stove t refrigerator fur'nished. experience or complete serving building.Bradford 30 and years Cloy FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE AV','<,*.,.*. fur. ,EASY WORKI Excellent Pay!I Assemble
bedspreads, pot*' & pans, toasters, ready. 964.7295 or 9644214. 5/26TF laundry & dock facilities. Im Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tfn nature baby Items, sewing'" machine, products at home. Can for Information'
tool,. tires, sofa much mora. 7 miles THREE BEDROOM.:1 both, CHSA large 'maculate. 4732919. 6/9 tfnchg FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? trunk old linens much hOr.l, | 'II All 1(904)641-8003.( ) Ext. A-8401.: Itpd. 6/9

South of Stark.on Rd. 100 on ,left Itpd ,fenced yard close to 16 it 301. $300 ,CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH House out of level?? LaRue Leveling day Thursday June 9, 10 Friday and and lltn.ttrday Ty) miles til|| 'WATKINS DEALERS WANTED to sell
6/9 noon o
month creative term for selected new central A/C fenced, 'lake service for oil your foundation repairs. south of famous products, full or part-time, Be
Worthington SprifW 5R121,
MOVING SALES household Items, fur long term for lost and on
renter 1st. ', privileges carport, utility screened 413-7721.17/9' tfnchg your own boss. Call 782.3068 lawtey:
nlture, baby clothe, boy 8* and 10s deposit.' Children okay Animal okay porch. Call 1,904-473-4221, or Itchg.6/9 4tpd 612.23
touch more. Frl & Sat..9 until. Corner ,with additional deposit; available July i-904-388.6109.2tpd' 6/9.16 v-. -
225 239, Bayless Hwy. Cancel If rain. IS, Leave message for Chris or Tom MISCELLANEOUSPACK LAND FOR SAI E- i

Itch; 6/9 964-6320 let's talk. 2tpd 6/2.9 MOBILE HOMES ., v-....... FOR RENT
BARN & GARAGE SALE Frl thru Sunday, FURNISHED 2 BR trailer, $240 month'' RAT Buy sell and trade collectible 1-3-5 ACRE ;PARCELS 160 '
noon ill 6 p.m. V4 mil. East of Bayless plus deposit 964-7047. Ptr. form,
no 2tchg
Hwy. on NW 29th Ave. Itpd 6/9 6/2-9 pets. S BR, 2 BA mobile home, 12X70 on 1 items and antiques.Used furniture, would make nice hors farm., lowdown CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur,

HAND TOWELS $6.90 dozen washcloths TRAILER IN COUNTRY! 2 lit, living room- ,acre land paved road 214. $1900' glassware,for jewelry and One much mile more.Come payment owner, fl.,Oncxi: Ap, nished. all electric, central heat 'ond
$1.50 dozen; sheets SU/doien. All kitchen, plush furniture; like down. $275 month. 479-5679 offer 6 see yourself. eastof prox 1/2 acre, paved 'bpd. with 2 air, private paved road, laundry and
new 6/9-16 Keystone Heights on Highway 100 "bedroom mobile horn SH8 Hal. Near schools. .
p.m. 2tpd art ( pork playground. hosp.state
whit. Underwood Motel Hwy. 301 under shady tree*. $245 plus deposit. 473-2183. 5/5 tfnchg .
and Associates. ,
North. Itchg 6/9 964-6714. 2tpd 6/9.16 496-3V n/chg. facilities PINES SR 121, east Lake
Butler. Call 496.2366, Two children
YARD SALts various household Items, LARGE 1 BR APARTMENT In excellent YARD SALESFAMILY ORIENT
max no pels chg/tfn 5/21
cloth., Kenmore clothe dryer $150, location furnished or unfurnished. All .
Dirt rood beside, Dr Mullln. \took for utilities furnished. 046*. ,Cable TV, In
SALE Fri Sot'only 1982 J 2000 57.000 miles. Butler area., 1)75) a' month plus
sign, Saturday. Itch; 6/9 electricity. '$290 month plus $100 1987; 28xMr 'ZIMMER M: BliI HOWE
717 Stacross from .
Nightingale n.w
GARAGE SALES salvage groceries, con' ,deposit. 964-8704. Itchg 6/9 Co-op building. Itchg 6/9 $2000. Call after 4pm. 413.3139. ::chg three bedroom;, 2 both i ntrc' | heat 'deposits. 6/9 431-1714. 431.174o.4962555,62tfr ,
goods, low prices. Behind. Tackle Box ,TWO 3 BR HOUSES for rent both CHAA 6/9-16 ''and air* Iully carpet*oj; Iirtploce, ., .
MOVING SALE Marine I i scuba stuff. FARM HOME Three bedroom with Oft.toand
79 CHEVROLET :2 door Mont. Carlo
on 301, Thurs & Frl. 8-5 p.m. Itpd 6/9, carpeted. One 1 bath S35O: and one:3 Manual typewriter desk: hand tools,. ,'ov..1; refrigerator dish./q' ,hr, carport Garden
bath $379. 964-6560. Itpd 6/9 jalousie windows. IS.S.. threadedrod V8-237..AT, AAMlFM stereo electric Screened bock por sunroof SI695.473-4659. Itpd 6/9 l Itchg
MOBILE HOME located on Griffl Loop. You Call 496-269, 'I'
move 4tpd
excellent condition large lot with B misc. 9 a.m. Sat. 6832'Deer Springs ; 87 FORD RANGER XLT,. 4 cylinder 9 6/9" iMOBIL'E
Rd. Itpd 69SATURDAY ,speed two-tone. Excellent condition. HOMES '
trees. 4682374. Itchg 6/9 : 01"-
rooms ., ,JUNE U .9-5. Woman Club, $7395. 475.3391. 31 pd 6/9.23 -
TRAVEL SCHOOLS reservatlonlsts ,DESERT ISLE MOTEL all $19. efficiencies ,NOTICE '.
Rd. it Orchid. Stereo and speakers furniture ; stretch FOR SALE
; travel' ticket room available. Mobile home" ;1983 S-IO 4 wheel drive PU cab, '
agents agents i i i i i i i v-i.'i".1'
.Jive I computer training placement parking space ,'7823332., 'Itpd bike, girls clothes ((10-12)),,toys, with jump seats, white with blue vinyl 1 1
,household Itpd 69NOTICE Interior; reclining bucket setsV6, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
I assistance, financial aid available, cor, 6/9 / MOBILE HOME-NO MONEY DOWN Takeover
respondence/resldent training.. Accredited .: 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: stove, refrig Included ', ,P.S.s PS.. A.C.,. cruise ,control', to the Union County Time. ol- payments of $237.27. 1983 14 x70
Member" NHSC. toll free, window AC clean. $260 month,. positractlon rear end'AM/FM stereo ,tics In writing and poll: In': advance -,Two bedroom 2 bath In Worthington
1-800-782-248O. Headquarters,. Clear, :$100 deposit. 964-7629. Itpd 6/9 chrome FAR bumpers, 20 gal. gas tank, unless credit' Is already, established, Springs Call 12373486. Itchg 6/9,
water Fl. 88-268 FURNISHED HOUSE with one BR, clean .CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should'be submitted -, 1 1500 lb. capacity Durango package; with this office. 'TEN MOBILE HOMES Two and three
UNITED TRUCK MASTER 'truck driver AC yard malnt. Included. $210 month to the lake Region Monitor office Pirelli tires. Squeaky clean $5950. S.. Classified" deadline is \I40"Y.! 9 bedroom Low down 'poyemnft '
,. training. DOT certification |lob placement $100 deposit. Coll 964-7629. Itpd 6/9 In writing and paid In advance, at 6059 c.352 (Spring Lake) 4733459. P.M., prior to Thursday implication. Balance like 'rent. Sides Mobile Home
assistance. financial old'avallabl. STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to unless credit Is already. establishedWith Itchg 6/9 Minimum charge is 19 war U for S3.90r park Behind S. S. "".371$. llpd! 6/9
., correspondence/resident your work?' W. have clean mobile this office.MONITOR )986 VW GTI Bright red cruise control then 19 cents for each word, thereafter
training. Accredited member. NHSC. homes available,4681323. 10/8 TF STAFF CANNOT BE HELD stereo cassette A/C. sun roof. Com
Call ,toll free 1-800-346-3112 Headquarters ,WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BR RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN puterued dash 30,000 miles, good gas ---- -- -

,Clearwater, FI. 88.269, townhouse, carpet. CH&A. 468-1971, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER mileage. New cost S16.OOO. asking
Equal Housing Opportunity.,. 3/10 TF THE TELEPHONE. $8500. 376-2545 I tchg 6/9 I HANDI-HOUSg: PORTABLE BUILDINGS
FURNISHED ROOM with olr, all utilities ,Classified deadline 'Is 11:00 a.m. prior 197S MERCEDES 2400 Exceptional,Service '

.Nr. .4NOTICI 7'fi paid.' Frem- S37.5O weekly Menol| .to Thursday publication. records., .73.7989.. 1 Itchg 6/9 NO DOWN PAYMENTu.---u- ;
u iu.-A-n---.Tir. ." -i--.rr.TT /r T i-"in-Vrf Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office.,.TFLAWTSV Minimum charge Is i 15 WQrds for$3.50 'Good Sel&ftion to Choose From ,:.;
APARTMENTS now taking applications ; than 19 cents for each ward thereafter.: HOMES FOR SALE ,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '
to the Bradford County- for 1 2 bedroom apcrtments I I We also have t C Mini-Storage i Facilities

Telegraph office In writing and paid 'In CHA. fully equipped kitchen OPEN" HOUSE Emery lone : Hwy 301 South o
drapes 782-3931. New Manager Equal r
advance unless credit 1* ,already Keystone/Bradford County 9 a.rn.-12 ,
established with this office. Housing Opportunity. 414TFFOR ,noon.Saturday. June 11. Price reduced I I $648848
RENT 4 BR 2 Ba CHSA unfurnished ,
$300. Call 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TF Unlimited. .
RESPONSIBLE MISTAKES IN neighborhood Complete financing Information -
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In Starke, stove,
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS AKIN OVER Potential available from ogenof site.
TELEPHONE1. "refrigerator, IVi boo convenient to Watson Realty Corp; 473-4816, Itchg
shopping. $229 month deposit re-i you're a self-starter who'slooking REAL ESTATE
Classified' deadline Is TUESDAY
468-1509 after 6 No
quired. p.m. pets. 'FOR
for something better SALE
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 2tpd 6/9.16
Classified display deadline is TUESDAY SMALL AC APARTMENT In Lawtey, $160 this may be your chance. One
5:00 P.M. Special Classified' display month plus utilities. 782-3949. Itpd 6/9 of the country's leading I ONE TOPPER'f short wheel base pick.
placement I I. NOT Guaranteed.! THREE BEDROOM. 2 full bath mobile Insurance companies with a up truck, $50, 1 waterproof and
Minimum charge for classified ads I I. fireproof cover lor motorcycle$25: 2
home, stove refrigerator
15 word for $3.90. then 15 cent for carpeted CHA. 10.10 'shed with solid product portfolio Is back seats for 1984 Nissan Klhg Cab Watson ,Realty, Corp is, now

each word thereafter. washer/dryer hookup on 1M acre lot. looking for Individuals for truck, make offer Call 473-7901 before interviewing for R/E Associates
-" Vi mile outside city limit on Rd. 16 Its sales stall. No previous 5 p.m. Itpd 6/9 ,

t11 9- month East towards plus $100 Klngsley security deposit.Lake. $260 Call selling experience necessary.We HAMMOND 123 has 'nO'.a-ch ORGAN Romance'with visual series' 'For move information or a

964-63058-5 p.m. Mon-Frl. 6/9TF offer professional 'm.mory'and 'much 'more, ,$1150.
T. LE..Apattments' THREE BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde training and established 473-4659.: Itpd 69LAND, confidential

mobile home CHSA. large lot In coun, leads. Unlimited potential 'I -, interview please

922'E. Brownlee St. try. 4681323. 6/9TF' for substantial FOR SALE I I----, I
I I THREE BEDROOM 14! bath, clean closeto compensation and call De&Weaver ,(.6\
2 & 3 BR's prison. Call 468-1323.; 69TFMISCELLANEOUS 3 ACRES Gas line Rood. 473-22B3. 2tpd
: incentives Call or write now: ,
6/-9. ..473-.76t) -. '
Available'Low TY. ,
376-3396. G.B. Davis .... marsr
'United Insurance WORK WANTED
I ,Income

Company of AmericaP.O. AIR CONO. REPAIR .,duct work attic insulation
Housing FREE PUPPY part Husky, part German
Box 13434 ,. hauling moving' refrigeration
Shepherd 10 mos., old: ',Female,' ,
1964-7133 9646861. Itchg. 6/9 Gainesville FL '32604An repair tree removal, reasonablerates.
f f 473-0242. leave m.llage..2Ipd
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Waiawright "...,Lake 533-1130 I t= Dirt Top Soilk
301 N, at The, Farmers Market ,Open 8:30 6 -Train to De a Starke....15G4 I '
DUD OIIIIUW mall Loads of imerock
Waldo 468-2597, Large or
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e. No Wait Check-OutI! a We Accept Food Stamps B 'We ere looking for pick-up sites In Tractor' ,rk -' Backhoe Bulldozer

Lewtey,, Rallerd' '. lake Butler,'. ; 964-6095
j Silver Queen Breaker & Hampten.H 964.6182'964-5823 -

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your .R.
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Na.n 1 headquarters. ApartmentsAn
patronage of our b siness.e. .
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A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL t PUMP & .SUPPLY apartment complex' designed! for moderateA... ; .
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Cucumbers6W.OO it 1-1CJO. )24004 income families. Ng; rental assistance available. .f-; : ....' : .

,Bananas ''' ''''\ '' ': ><" "" '."" i Accredited Member N.H.S.C. -Well' DrillingRotary vei&2 BR/1 t B Apts. range refrigerator f;; t ':J\ji.\; (t ss"4:
V:.;% i& s>"'., ':*d- .*!"""f.>'.*" >*', .6 ,"' 2" to 6", '
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Home study and resident! train- VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor .. unit ark spacious with lots of closet space and all'have

Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou Ing. Notional' headquarter Your Plumbing Parts walleto wall car,tl"'g. draper! and kitchen,appliance. On-

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HOSPITAL lED semi-electric. Rd 721 \ RESIDENT MANAGER motor couple
delivered '
mil. South of Coll 468-1 138,
Hompton. wonted for 44-unlt rental property In
direct to Florida room, glass or' Australian European, ScandinavianHigh
next. door to Blueberry Farm. Itpd 6/9 Stark. Apt management experience
screen, skirting tiding roofovers, car School Exchange Students arriving
CHEST TYPE FREEZER, .large. $230. beneficial maintenance experience
ports. Instructions and Installation In August. Become a host family forAmerican
available. Call tollfree )..800.762'4308.fcon 533-2196 Itchg 6/9 required. Mutt be bondable, no pets. .
LADIES SIZE i, B. 10 Petite, blouses, Salary plus apartment end ,utllltl*. Intercultural Student Exchange
88261MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low a*' pants, dresses, ling..".. $) to $10. See Send resume to Heritage Vlllot of Palm 88.267 Call \I-80O-SIBLINO lean F ,
$14.94 per month Call 9646946. tfn to appreciate, by oppt. 964.5271 before Coast P.O. Box 10393 Clearwater, Fl. FREE CREDIT CARD INFORMATION New -
90.11'1. everyday. Itpd 6/9 34617 Equal Opportunity' Employer,,
Bank Somerset N.J., offers
UPRIGHT FREEZERi .17 cu, H.'b.ig. texture S/26TP _
Measures 24,36". 25 c.nt..och. Gr.atfor
Mastercard B Visa. Set credit limit
surface $150 OBO. 9647864. Itpd PEP-O NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for your
and ,
patching repairs. with 'Insured savings. $35 application'
135 W. Call St. 964-6303. 6/9 clerk cothier, stock person. Apply at '... Call tree 18002277200. Icon
SlAT LIFT CHAIRSi If you're a Medicare QUART FRUIT JARS. $2.00 per dozen. 1'.0.620, S. Walnut St. Slark..2tchg 88.255

recipient with a qualifying condition, 9647623. Itpd 6/9 6/2.9 GET MARRIED IN'' GAUIN1UHO TENNESSEE
toll loll free number for mar. Information. PRODUCE; squash torn, bean, pea, REAL STATE LICENSING only $195. Call ) America's honeymoon
cucumber" (pickling and regular 17554040. North Flo. Real Estate Col
1-800-443-4174. (con 88-260 ) capital! Second marriages welcome.No t
tomatoes, etc We pick. 964-7481 B, lege. 7/30TF
ALICIA HAY In roll. under barn. Delivery blood test or waiting period.
available. Arthur Catkin. 782.3727.. Carter. 5/26 4tpd\ 6/16 GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial Photographs, music flowers accommodations.
5/26TF GATE ?POSTS rough cut. pressure Transport need own.r/op.rators. Gatllnburg Chapels, Call
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Bradford treated pine timbers, 8"x8"x8' $21.33; If you need training we wll| train you 180034MARRY. Icon 88-259 .
Pawn Shop US 301 North T.mpl. Aye.. '4"x8'x8 $13.33; 6"x6"x8' $12.00; You will operate your awn tractor If LOSE WEIGHT LOGICALLY with the : '
Next to Bradford Motet. BUY, SELL. Stephen Smith Lumber,((468-2624, Op.n you 'don't hove on. Commercial: new APPETITE CONTROL PATCH.exciting Pasta and pork stir-fry In convert'lient. and vaay, when made with a
TRADE. Phone 964-5440 Erwin Pen- Mon-Frl 8:30-5: p.m., Sot 9.2 p.m. 5/26 Transport offer a purchase program Just wear It. Guaranteed safer natural seasoned past mix, Simply t'ooH the I|p'alltalnd stir-fry according to recipe
''tack 5/26 4tpd 6/16 3tchg 619''RESSURI 'that we think It one of the best In the1 ,
owner. and effective./ Lucrative dealership opportunities directionyou'lj /have a dfliciouf-ain dish minuti'8! ,
U-PICK Blueberrle and' blackberries. TREATED PLYWOOD] W," Industry. II you ore 21 or over and think ''available.. Call ,
Lou-Ann Azalea and Blu.b.rry Farm, $10.99; 3/4" $16.50; not treated W you may qualify call for a complete Information 1-800.777.7181. fcon 88-256 today, Stir-Fry Pork i and Pasta ,
corner of 24th Av. and Forsyth Rd. $7.": 3/4" $12.75. Now stocking nails) package. Call weekdays: 1 package ((5.6 od; ) 2 tablespoons\ corn oil, V
Op.n Tuesday-Saturday 7:30: a.m. .to' Stephen Smith Lumber 468-2624. mi. Toll Free 1-800.348-2147, ask for Mueller's divided '
'6-30 p.m. 9647109. 4tchg 6/2-22 South of Starke on 301''. 5/26 3tchg 6/9 operator 97. Commercial Transport I I. a BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES llomestylo ,
GOLF BAG a CLUBS compl.t. *et, like LAST WEEK I 2x6x10 treated pin. $3.35. division of northAmerlcan Van Lines, a .Salad Bar Pasta ,2 cups broccoli florets
new. Call 964-6O37 9 and 10 Stephen Smith Lumber 4682624. 7 mi. Norfolk Southern Corporation subsidiary. ',. 1 cup chicken broth I small sweet red ,
'p.m. 3tpd 62.16.0RGANICALLY South of Stork on 301 5/26 3tchg 6/9 88-262 '2 teaspoons corn starch pepper, diced
GROWN vegetable now CHEST FREEZER! 18 cu, If.. excellent condition tARN WHAT YOU DESERVE America's 1000. SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal 2 teaspoons soy sauce 12 ounces boneless pork
available at Campbell Health ft Nutrition $100. IBM electric typewriter, fastest growing Cosmetic/Image Company WOIFF' Tanning Bed, SlenderQuest 1/8 teaspoon crushed loin cut in 1/4 inch
Center 13.45. Coll .St.. 964-4045. $25. 782.3149Itchg 6/9 "needs Individuals to train .In ....Iv. Exerciser Call for FREE color ,
2tchg 62.9LAUNDROMAT .LUMBER LOW PRLCEStbright 'and Florida for personal/corporate make catalogue.: Save to 50% dried red pepper strip

WASHING MACHINES treated pin.' Plywood nails, joist. overs. Professional 'training/car pro 1-800-228-6292.( fcan 88.264 Cook and drain pattta accord ig, to package directions. (Do not
SSO eoch. Dryer $150 each. 100 gal. hanger Stephen Smith Lumber gram. .Coil Ms, Bare 407.682.4969, MOBILE HOME PARK on Grlflls 'loop. rinse with cold water.) In small I owl stir seasoning mix chicken
commercial hot ,water heater $750. 468-2624 7 mile South of Starke on 88.258 Acreage for more 'mobile homes.
.964.7741.lIchg6/9 301 Free delivery Itchg '6/9 APT. .MANAGEMENT! Husbandwifeteam 38000. Call after 5:30: p.m., 964.8970,' broth corn starch, IIOY sauce and dried red pepper. In large skillet
WASHER/DRYER PAIR $135, 9646790. GALV. STEEL ROOFING phone for tu,' for maintenance and leasing 964-8705. TF heat 1 tablespoon corn oil over t medium-high heat. Add broccoli
Itchg 69'BLUEBERRIES rent price Order by Wednesday noon duties. Apt. salary plus benefit. No OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL'O* SHOE and sweet red pepper; btir-fry 4 it ninuleti. He move.Add remaining
FOR SALE longneck.rsi( for Friday pickup or delivery.: Stephen pets. Send resume to Condor Corp., STORE CHOOSE FROM: JeanSportswear corn oil and pork; stir-fry 4 minutes, ; return vegetables.' Stir
Form. U-pIck or picked on order. Open Smith Lumber, 468-2624 7 miles South 5000 N.W. 27th Court Suite E, Ladies, Men, Large Sizes, chicken' broth mixture: pour ir ito fikillet; Stirring constantly,
Man-Thursday 8.1. Friday & Saturday Gainesville 32606. 6/9-23 Petite, ewear/Aeroblc, Bridal
Starke. Itchg 6/9 3tchg
to boil and boil minute. .; cooked
bring toss to
Closed Tok. 2 mil.. Accessories Store Brands Spoon over pasta;
86. Sunday. SR 26 TREATED GATE POSTS rough cut 'pIn., GOVERNMENT JOISi $15.400 to$72,500. lingerie or
East of 301 t.7 mile. North on CR 1469. 6x6x10 6x8x10. 4x8x10. Stephen Smith Now hiring. Excellent benefits. Call Liz Claiborne, Healthtex. Chous, Lee, coat well. Makes 4 servings.
Form: 4682483. Home: 475.1151 or lumber. 468.2624..Itchg 6/9 5O4-649-7922. e.l. J9579. 2tpd 6/9-16 'St. Michel. Forenia Bugle Boy. Levi
4732702. 8tchg 6/9-7/28 SNAPPER IT-'Hi 48 In h/cut. :3 I yrs. old NEED SUMMER INCOME? or full time Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT new $2800,now $1250. FREEZER deep )lob? Call Teresa for Information. Sell others' Or $13.99 On. Price Or Multh.
washer, dryers, ke and:'ic., cream chest.: $200. Call 964-4133 after.5 p.m,' ,Avon today 9644103. Stchg 6/9.23 Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe' Lawn Care Simplifed
lr.eier.," reach-In cooler, .,c. Stark Itpd 6/ Store Retail Prlc.. 'unbelievable for' Thu answer* to these two commonly
KOA Kampground."964-8484. 6/9 8lchg CORN. CORN CORN I will hove sweet top quality shoes normally priced from asked questions on lawn care
7/28 corn four vorietie, Silver Queenj SI9 10' 560. Over -250 Brands 2600 Stern's
from LtufeXpl'1.sat
BLUEBERRIES U-pick $.50 pOund. ;W. Golden Queen;,Stay Sweet and Merit PERSONAL SERVICESWANT i styles;' $17,900 to 29.900: 'Inventory, r 'tapomening Garden
pick $ 80 pound.'"" Call Dana Reddish' Silk I... on or about Jun. 1015. Call to Training, Fixtures, Airfare, Grand 'Products may make your neighbors,
964-8414..2Iad 69.16Manogenwnt order $6.50 bushel. 964.6534/7.8 a.m.' TO DRINK.' Opening Can open 15 days Mr. 6 green with envy over your lawn:'

or 7-9. p.m. Jim Faulkner., 2tpd 69.16 t 'THA 1'S YOUR BUSINESS I i Knan ((612)) 888-1009. Itpd 6/9 --7'(< 7 :::;-r .
I90 PIANO Kohlar Campbell $400. WANT TO STOP : .1
Also 25 Inch Sylvanio COLOR CONSOLE THAT'S OURS I cedar log homes are really ftelllng. Join
'TV. $300. 964.4581. Itchg 6/9 .Alcoholics Anonymous a winning team. Protected territory J
Cb'Mr Opponun..esMcDonald's CUSTOM-BUILT LIVING ROOM pr, conference '* -'150 or 964-2000 .. Dealer, training. Each sole generates$4,000u
table 45x93 with or J.llhaUI 8 pd thru 6/30 Colonial Structures 'Inc., P.O,
oak chair, will negotiate.: Walker, CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Fr..- Box 19522 Greensboro NC. 27409,, Your Questions'Answered by Experts
Is One Of commode chair. 9647652. Itpd 6/9 estimates HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., 919! 668.0111.\ fcan. 88-26j'. ft Stern's'Miracle-Gro Products ;:?
';' America's-1O' Best SUNBONNET DOLLS handmade: Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 TF'' <
964-8188 or 96498547.12 noon. Itchg SEWING MACHINES Sales and Service, ;
.Managed Companies.McDonald' 16/9. all makes cleaned oiled adjusted &, {tASS
I $15 All work guaranteed. Corner''
HELP WANTED, Morgan Rd. t CR 16 James Strickland. County Line Nursery !
over 500 new
open ( 964-8733. 12/3TF
restaurant everyi' yeor""4 most of LAWN SERVICE' for residential and com & Landscape Thanks to one newly d."eloped'
them become million dollar EASY bl. product WORK at EXCELLENT home. Call PAY for Information. Aisem-. mercial. Landscaping tree ,removal Ow..d'. 'S Operated by David Walnwrlgnl'. I I 064-63061 I product your lawn Is as easy to fertilize -
,..u.I......*, no matter wh.r. they're ext. 'A9579. lawns vacuumed. No lob too big or 8V4 MII.loat p' Storks: on SR 1A ' as it I I. to water. ."I* ,. "
located. On*) thing they all have ,In 504-6418003 5/19, smaller .., ....964.4238. 2/4TF Complete & -
common 1 II great mona.m.,,'. 4tpd 69HIRING WE DO BULLDOZE WORK 450 John \0 Landscaping. Design ''ft 1 1111"1 oil ert ERriE1. P'0' 'a Wr>.be. t'.+'
BLUEBERRY PICKERS PACKERS D..... $40 per hour, Call anytime e' Pfant Safes' Cypress Mulch ,lvuL4-N'd'P} i'j, "'r
Near Gainesville Airport SR 225 to SR
That' wh.r. you com in. If you 782.3306.4/7TFchg e & Installation A. Ihiikhg\ dryperiods lawn
340 look for signs. 1 Coll" 4852669. 5/19 Irrigation Design a,
K K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialand '
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qualify we train yew .v.ry
6/9 should he watered
4tchg heavily once aweelv'
busienss, personal services, & SeedIng'
Sodding. Sprigging
aspect of McDonald' tore manage FOOD SERVICE: lull and part-time, cook I
references available. 964-4908. 3/31 TF l.ighdadywuteringmayen-/
ment. You. talent wll help u. and waitress position avallob ".
cleaning I ROOFING new roof tear off and cduiikge poof root development
you achieve succ..s. This I. a Call for app: 533-2050 Camp Blondinq. {
..,Iou' 'career with a McDonald'. 5/26 Btchg 7/14 .recover Work guaranteed. Call Lamar Q When and how should a lawn
Franchise which will provide you :Sims, 964-4331 anytime. Free ho fertilized.I?

with NEED..tlmol..3/31 A BABYSITTER TF' Call 964.2531, ask CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY, INC. A.. Most' lawns must be fertilized

Valuable training *> In .v.ry for Dawn or call 964.4572 ask for C"ur tinies a year; twice in the
aspect of our .business. Angela. 6/2 2tchg 6/9 upriiiB; and twice in the fall to stay

'Pay commensurate with ...* TRANSMISSIONREPAIJIS TRACTOR WORK PECAN SERVICES Auto looking lush and green. One fertilizer
perlence. MOWING HARVESTING f ffetottfarBusiness that's !simple to use i is Miracle-Gro. '
Advancement opportunities FERTILIZING newly developed spray-on lawn
Excellent' Insurance pocko,.. Inf. J.D. Eunice. 42SO Mobile Home X "* Health food fan feed urt average size lawnin
.Profit sharing program., ./26 4tchg 6/16 a htatter of minutes. You buy the

Paid vocation*' WILL BABYSIT In my home Monday thru food Iry and your garden hose adds
.Free Uniforms.. ,. Trans'' Coolers Friday 6:30-6: p.m. 9646557. Itchg 6/9 SERVING BRADFORD COUNTY FOR OVER 50 YIIAKS: f.he water. The liquid form' requiresno

'! All Makes Rebuilt 13 IS. WALNUT 964-5070 mining or measuring and is appliedto
the lawn by the Miracle-Gro No-
Opportunities avallabl. at 24 loco-,
.lions. Including the Orlando area., Clog Feeder.
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McDonald's .Clutches -, Seo me at

802 S. Walnut Street Service '

Starke, F/. Transmissions "' ."..... n ''' \ ;t ''I1erWiilegal':

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CN JolQts'"Bes't Motors
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,Always; An Equal; Opportunity Place in .,Town, TO for new &' used vehicles '

,Affirmative Action Employer Take A Leak' r ',;,,, 209 W. Madison St. Starke

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designing what you like. We will show proof' whon requested. We.
'win also try to place your ad on the page you duke,'however. we'" -.( l' I] La-Z-Boy

cannot guarantee position to everyone, : .

.It we make an error In your od. we will give credit for,the space the 434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madlion Slrttt
error occupied- not for the entire ad. We will not be held responsible, 1.4-6121 1.45127MF

for errors appearing In' advertising taken over the phone. REACH 1:00-5:30: : Sat. 1:001:00H' : :

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In The ; House and 1 acre located on 4-lane hwy:Small but liveable.

496-2261 $24.500.00. Pay $3.000.00 down, assume foarv. '

F.. 473-2110 e 1 acre of land trout stream 4-lane hwy Frontage dandy bldg.

Employment Opportunities Available Times 'site.$12,500.00. Pay $2500 down. '

For. Cashiers & Manager Trainees FT'-t .I House 3 bedroom. 2 acres" largo strebrn In.front yard.: Lovely

or' setting. 2 storage bldgs. reody to move Into 555.000,00. Pay
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Monitor'7'1.: These are a few of over 2.000 listings. We have all types'of .. '

ment, Paid Vacation, Medical Leave .' .. property from $700 per.acre and Up. We have small tracts. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH dialing 1-800-439-7421. Write or call today. ';
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