Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
June 16, 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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Worth' Opting Voter District Trial Begins as 'Battle of Wits'I IIn


a game of wits, words and U.S. District Judge William Terrell In opening statements, Attorney Blacks Impeded.., created, in Starke voting patterns.
Good Sam Club... statistical terms between attorneysand Hodges in the Middle District Courtof LIpman said he would present an ex- However, Lipman said, it is no
The New River Ramblers an expert witness, the battle of Florida in JacksonvIlle. pert witness (Dr Lichtman) who An expert witness, testifying for longer necessary under the federal
Chapter of the Good Sam Club will the Bradtord Chapter NAACP, Plaintiffs present include Mrs. would testify that blacks >are the NAACP, said black voters, who Civil Rights Voting Act, as amendedin
meet Thursday, June 23, at 8 which seeks single member voting Elizabeth Walker who is sitting at discriminated against in tne electoral comprise 31 percent of the Starke 1982, to show the discrimination' is,
in the Elks Club on North p.m., districts In the City of Starke, has the, attorney's table with Attorney process in Starke. Attorney electorate, are Impeded from being intentional only that it exists.
Ave. Temple been injured. City Councilman Bobby Lipman and Ms. Maurice White and Brown's opening statement said he. elected in Starke's at-large 'voting Dr. Lichtman spent hours, during
All RV*owners interested in JOin- Biggs aptly described this battle Carolyn Spooner. The fourth plain would present an expert witness who sytem. Dr. Allan LIchtman, a times when Judge Hodges was seen''
the "as a game of wits". titl, current School Board member wilt say ''that blacks are not history professor' at American rubbing his eyes, presumably to remain -
ing invited.
Charter camping group are be The trial of Starve!" at-large Jimmie Scott is not present At discriminated against in the elec- University In Washington D.C, and awake, talking about how he
available June. voting process is now in its second torney Brown has said that Scott will toral process, thus resulting in a battle who specialized in analyzing studied Starke voting patterns and
through day and is expected to last into next, testily for the defense and say that of tie: expert witnesses; Brown political races in, earning his doc- used a sociological regression for-
week. The NAACP attorney' David he has had no racial prejudice In his went on to say that Martin Luther' torate from Harvard in 1973. openedthe mula,widely accepted as a standardby
,Summer Program, Lipman expects his presentation to election to of rice. King's dream of a world where skin city voter district trial Tuesday social scientists, to examine, 10
The Recreation Department end about mid-day today Thursday The City of starKe'is representedat ,color doesn't matter has come true afternoon, June IS,, in federal political races, from t titarxe: to the.
summer program will begin June ,June 16). Terry Brown Defense At- the trial by Mayor Travis Woods. in Starke. "In the area of race rela- district court in Jacksonville. presidential prelercnce primaries,
12 and run through August 5. The torney for the City expects it will Councilmen Vernon Silcox, Charles tions, Starke is unique,: said Brown. Attorney Lipman, in his opening in the years from 1969 to 1978, and
Center will be open from August 8 take two to two and a half days to Schaetter and Bobby Biggs, along ."In the City of! Starke, that dream statement, said the NAACP intends found Stark' elections .have "' ...all
his case. former Councilman has come true" (that there: would Dean to show there is intentional
complete with Jimmy
until school starts, hours 9-5, for ,
tree play only for youngsters aged, The trial ,is taking place before ,Crosby'? ; end to racism), discrimination,;, purposefully ,Sec... Voter... pap2, '

7-14. Robbery

Loan ,Closet...

Suwannee River Economic Council -
Inc haS established a loan Solved
:closet at 134 East South St., Starke..
for lending medical equipment, including -
wheelchairs, bedside commodes In MinutesA
tub grab bars, shower/tub
seats, crutches, walkers and nar-
row base canes.Borrowers .
robbery at The Wash House, 817
must meet
eiigibiity ,
South Walnut Street,'at the Bradford
requirements by providing: proof of
income.UCAP., Square shopping center; was sOlved:
within minutes, Tuesday,.at atlernoon."
,June 14.According. ':
Needs Help... to information furnished -
by the Starke Police Department,,
U-CAP needs your help'. We will ,Jeannie Biggs,.,owner' ot the laundromat -
be recycling at about 2:1: ? p.m:, was approached -,
Save Glass, green, clear or by a black male who said,
Brown. Separate colors. place all your money in this towel,
Newspapers, tie into bundles. ,this is a robbery He.also stated, 1
Aluminum cans._. ( have a gun.'' -
Please save those items, and Well: let me see'It,: said Biggs,
June 25, we will have a recycling but the robber threatened to kill her u 1
day.;'The money will be used to oppose ,1 'so Mrs.: Biggs gave the robber tne'
the site selection of the hazart
,money, about $93.,
dous waste generator, slated for ::1Rk ""Don't move or I'll kill you,: the
,the Ellerbee Curve area. robber said ,as he left the ,laun-
LOOK for further information In dromat. Mrs. Biggs had memorized
next week's paper, and tell your the'' man's features, forlater Iden-

friends and neighbors. tification, said Capt. William,Tiiiot-
i son, of the Lawtey Police Dept. who
Call-in Program. was oft duty and had just deft the
laundromat. Tillotson also had notice
:A morning call-in service to ed a black male standing on the nor
assist senior citizens who are alone: C theast corner ot, the square, as he
is offered by the Starke Police -
Department, according to Chief '.It left.Mrs.'. Biggs followed the suspect
"Jimmy'Bowen. until she saw the vehicle he drove oil' ,

To become involved in the program ,..'.;.1,. in, a green Volkswagen' ,headed west
a citizen is asked to register on Edwards Road ."
with the Police Department, then : Lt. Reno' and Officer( Gordon,
call in before 10 a.m. each day. Smith answered the call, and an
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will ',. .-- ..--- ..,!,... --' .. .. ...... ---.- .1..L.-- '- : -,_.- t 'alert was issued over the radio by
'check on those citizens who have ; Starke dispatcher 'SImpson, FHP

,not called in. If there is no answer, ,Cheerleaders Chosen... dispatchers Catizone and Slattery,
a police officer will visit the to be on the look out for the suspect
residence. The new Vanity Cheerleader at Bradford High< School should make great, Rowell Cayle Dougla, Chrbty Cault and Amy UwU.Impreulon and vehicle.

''Chief Bowen reminds the public during<< football season next Fall la Tornado Country., fa tbe front from Mi to rWlt: Tarts Bedding, Trlda: Parado,AUjhm Green
that, the service is available, From left to right on the back rows Selena Norman Jill Strickland, Elizabeth\ ''SUAali Crawford: TheraM Ba. ett and Lisa Mitchell '
?1 See Robbery..., page JA,

No Job No Skill.",

available plumbing'Job Corps-,in welding health rraimng,occupations business slots are.' ,': Tape Indicates Hart. Disapproved of Marijuana" .::1

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,clerical, auto mechanic and other, .. ., '
skills for men and women ages 16 '"It will be a tragedy if a woman is prison near Lake Butler, had opposed -' months in prison alter a 198S guilty Hart/Boles home, 'west of Starke, 'In reply to Thompson's remark
through 21.Obtain convicted for being in love with a marijuana use by her boy friend plea in connection with his role m a' but found Boles was in Kentucky.Hart that the marijuana smelled good,
a GED.earn spending former .cocaine user," Huntley, A.J. Boles, a former prison system Bradford County cocaine scandal. was unaware of the proposedgilt Hart said,,"It all stinks.. to me.. I can't
money and savings money and Johnson, Gainesville attorney defen-' employee, and that she is not a drug of marijuana and told Thompson stand the smell," '
make a good life for yourself ding Shirley Mw Hart In. a Federal user or dealer and should not be face she knew nothing of the arrange- Hart also said that she didn t use
Room and board, clothing court trial in 'Jacksonville,, said ing charges that could bring a maximum According to Thompson's ment. In a later taped meeting, she drugs, and that Boles. "who was on
allowance, transportation, medical :Tuesday of ten years in prison testimony, the incident involving told Thompson that Boles had told probation for, a drug possession
and dental care will be provided.For Hart; grew' out ''of a chance encounter .her by phone to give him a quarter' charge. had also quit using drugs. '
more information, visit the 'In other 'out oi, ourt"",remarks. Hart is Charged with conspiracy to he.had with, Boles in ounce ot the drug. Still unaware that Johnson planned to present a long"-
Job Service Office at 1430 South made to a Gainesville Sun reporter; distribute, and distribution of mari downtown Starke, in which Boles oN the conversation was being taped string of character'' witnesses
First Street Lake City, or phone 'r'Johnson said that testimony during juana in connection with an incidentin fered him a quarter-ounce of marijuana -' Hart then gave Thompson a smallamount Wednesday to support his view that ,
Irene Pearce at 7523121., USe ongoing trial will show that Hart, 1986., involving undercover work as a gift to celebrate''Thompson : of what she said was Thompson is an unreliable witness. ,
a correctional officer sergeant at the for the FBJ( by Johnny Blame I 's release from prison.':" ',"homegrown"manjuana from her This testimony was not available at
Reception, and: ,Medical Center, Thompson,an informer who spent 18 ,Thompson later ,called, at the freezer. press time Wednesday.

Jobs for youth..,.

who may Youths can apply meet 14"during through'certain the 21 next guidelines years month of age Second Nursing Home, in City of 'Starke at a Standstillby .' I

for work in the Summer Youth Pro- a/
gram. If interested, apply at the Buster Rahn vices (Hlta'sougnt' to revoke the evidence of any continuous activities tion of certain Florida Statutes and originally found no need existed for
,Job Service Office at Bradford- BCT Staff Writer Certificate of Need (CON issued to made even In preparation for fur rules of the Florida Administrative additional beds in Bradford County,
Union V-'fech Center, 609 N. The Florida Convalescent FCCI. ther erection ot the facility. Code. but FCCI appealed the original decision
Orange St., Starke. Centers, Inc. (FCCI) building site on The HUS complaint charges that The complaint states this inactivity The complaint states, "The con- to the courts and forced HRS to
south SR-100 appears to be abandoned FCCI "has failed to meet the requirements violates rules and statutes. duct of FCCI described above con- issue a CON.If the appeal in August )
with no apparent activity under- of continuous activities On January 1,1988 a site visit was stitutes grounds for the revocation of is denied, the CON will be returned :'
Class of'1978... way. beyond sue preparation associatedwith made and the site was found to be no Certificates of Need number 2601 to inventory,and may or may not be, ,,1
Several months when it erecting a health care facility further advanced than the Sept. 23, and 376J, pursuant I to Chapter awarded to the Starke area. I
the ago,
The reunion of Bradford High ap- and as grounds for this revocation 1987 site visit revealed,I.e., the foun- 381.702(3) and Chapter When FCCI first became in'd \,
Class of 1978 is set July 23 at the peared building had stdwed. Mark action the Department(HRS) would dation in place and only one level of 381.7102a, Florida Statutes and in building a convalescent ''
Druash vice president of FCCI in
Holiday Inn, in Orange Park.If Tallahassee declined to show as follows: cinder blocks beyond the foundation Rule' 10-5.002(6)( Florida Administrative center m Starke, a zoning battle was ,,S I';
answer "
your address has changed and On Sept. 2J, 1387. a representative footers. In this 3.5 month interval Code.: waged by residents of W.. Madison !,
since the five year reunion, please referred questions inquiries about the to facility an office, in of HRS visited the construction since the last site visit, absolutely The Respondent (FCCI) was ad- St. and :Saratoga Heights, resulting 'J',"
call Sonya Tenly Baldree at Texas. :This week Druash did not site of the"proJect located at 602 nothing had been accomplished vised of its rights to request an administrative in FCCI looking elsewhere for a site. ..., ,\
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at 'Laura St., in Starke, Florida. Foun- toward erection of the facility No / hearing, and set the The present site, purchased from :
964-6636, Mark Reddish at 964- 822, Telegraph.return a telephone call to tne dation work had commenced on May building materials or construction time for the request at 30 days. the estate of the late L.M. Games n:
Christy Redding Torode at 533-2505 7, 1987, yet'during the 4.5 months workers were on-site. Wayne McDaniels, an administrator was zoned for the convalescent
or Shan Edwards Johns at 964-4840 Sometime ago a copy of an administrative since that time, only the foundationand The complaint further states, 'By for HRS said the agency center without a problem. 1
complaint dated a row of cinder blocks one block failing to be under continuous con- revoked the CON, but the decision 'ferry Gaines said his family was ''i,
BUS Class of 83. February 24, 1988, -ame to the atten- high had been erected No other struction; FCCI is not meeting its 'was appealed by FCCI. The appealwill paid for the property, and they haveno
.. tion of Ute Telegraph, in which the erection and construction activitywas timetable for construction and com- be heard in August. knowledge of FCCI's present "
The BHS class of 1983 will have Department of Rehabilitative Ser In ,progress, nor was there pletion of its project. This is in viola- McDamelS said the agency (HRS) situation.
its 5 year reunion June 25.

For Payments answers must Call be Kathy made, 96 by+June 11181 1. Brooker Council Rezones Site on SR-225 for Parish Grocery Store : 1

or Suzy, 3322683.Upcoming.. ;

'Will tie located: some two blocks sitting the unit be placed under mien carport ror use on a temporary that Sapp Tree Surgeons removed Ii
... by Buster Kahn south of the / store. shelter and the town council is at- basis, but there is some doubt QR-10 and tnmmed trees as agreed in the .";,'
BCT Staff Writer/ Councilman A.B. Adams reported tempting to comply. The vehicle is will fit in the area. May meeting, and the invoice has ::1 \
Public meetings the The Brooker Council was told by that he had been unable to get the parked partially under cover now In the May meeting, the council been paid by the town. : ''}
';, coming weeks are: City Attorney Johnny Hobbs 'rues-' Markham'I property surveyed for says Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker, anda discussed large trucks: using back' : I
Starke Council.Tuesday,June day, June 14, that the land use plan I possible purchase by USe town,for alack tarpaulin will be used to cover the, streets in town, and damages causedby 0 ,
21 at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall required an ordinance to be adopted, of(ime. remaining part of the unit until a the heavy units. Attorney Hobbs New Business.., "': :1' I,
:.. Economic Development Corporation in order, to accommodate' a.,, ,shelter is built., was asked to research the possibility Councilman George Pierce .' .. ,
Tuesday June 28, 5 p.m. grocery store on SR-225 The town wants to purchase the, for closing the streets to heavy acknowledged the receipt of a pla- I,,!
r;: 'Bradford County Zoning Board Since the request to rezone 2.5 lot, located adjacent to the fire station A suggestion'to'relocate a fire trucks., presented to the) town by the 1
Tuesday June 28, 7 p.m., in City acres was made and properly advertISed to build a shelter for QR-10, the, engine to the old farmers market' Sue Athletic Association. The *;.'\
Hall. last month by Wayne and Guy quick response vehicle stationed in building, freeing space in the fire 'Attorney Hobbs reported that he presentation was made in recognition r' r
Starke Zoning Board,Thursday. Parruh, Attorney Hobbs had a draft Brooker by county commissioners. house was turned down by Chief has been in discussion with an of the town's cooperation and .
June 30, 1 p.m.. in City Hall. prepared, requiring only that the Attorney Hobbs volunteered to Stalnaker, who said, 'The fire engineer for technical information, assistance ,in funding the athletic
council pasa the ordinance. In a 4-4) have the lot surveyed, and negotiate engine is the first unit to roll, even and will make a report at the next
vote, the ordinance was passed' Ms purchase. before QR-10." council meeting, in July.. Seo Brooker... u '
clearing the way for the new store. It County commissioners are in.R Councilwoman Sue,Davis offered Chairman Gene Melvu reported p.8e


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3 1 h Republican Bob Milner Announces Run for Sheriff's :-Office I


BOb Milner,, 33, announced this Commission two years, 198 -82, receiving a dual bachelor's degree in better full time coverage of the traffic enforcement, targeting
,week that he will J seek the position of while employed by the Departmentof in Criminal Justice and Public. Ad- county; development of a rational drivers under the influence; developa
Bradford County Sheriff:subject to Corrections (DOC). During his 10 ministration.For multi-year plan for the county Jail cadre of fully certified part time
the Republican primary and the year tenure with DOC, Milner turn- the past four' years Milner 'cooperating with county commissioners 'officers living throughout the county
general election which follow in ed down promotions that would have has worked for the Flonda Department and DOC to resolve Jail problems to augment full tune staff, These,
November required his moving from the area. of Law Enforcement (FDLE)I in a timely manner at individuals will operate similar to
Milner registered as a Republican However after receiving a as a regional coordinator in the minimal cost;, Provide advancedand volunteer fire fighters in local
two years ago,since the Democratic bachelor's degree In Criminal Police standards Division. Working specialized training for deputiesand volunteer fire departments; developa
party has swung "too far to the left Justice he became a teacher in the out of the Jacksonville office, Milner staff members, directly close working relationship with aU
to suit me, and no longer represents DOC, framing Academy at ,Union has provided technical assistance to resulting in a better delivery of services law enforcement agencies working
the morals and value system of Correctional Institution. 78 police and sheriff departmentsin to Bradford County residents. in the area.
Americans, and certainly not those following graduation from BHS the North Flonda area. His work Milner continued to outline his
'of Bradford County residents." Milner attended Santa Fe Jr. Col. ,with those officers have been a plans by saying he will target crime Under FDLE rules Muster will
"Obviously, I believe the voters of lege, nee Lake City Community College learning-experience Milner says, prevention programs for businesses resign from his position upon qualifying
Bradford County will vote their true earning an A.A. degree in Cor- giving him an insight into the operations and residences, senior citizens and for the race.
feelings and beliefs this November rections and Police Science. He then of county sheriff's offices. other groups; provide trained professional Milner is married to the former
as they have in the last two general attended the off-campus programsof Milner plans a' positive issue deputies to work closely Carol Hardy a native of Bradford
r elections." Flonda State University and the oriented'campaign, stressing more with faculty and students at aU County. 'They live in Starke with
I Bob Milner Milner served on the Starke,City University of Central Florida efficient use of manpower reultma grade levels; implement selective their two children.

I Voter District Trial I

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the textbook components ot classic around the mulberry bush about this White got 29 percent of the vote only ,opted for one of the white can- under questioning by attorney<< Lip- which has been the only voting.
voter dissolution. all day. In fact 1 said 80% of the two percentage points under the didates, man, who snowed maps of, Starke rights case Lipman has lost.
Testifying tor some 'three hours, blacks voted for blacks." percentage of black voters which Dr. Lichtman pointed out no black with that quandrant shaded. For two days. Attorneys Brown
Dr. Lichtmariv said his studies ot Under redirect examination by comprise 31 percent. ,Rev,"Leroy has ever been elected to the Starke Lichtman also, pointed out no and LIpman have been Jockeying
Starke voting patterns'show black Attorney Lipman, Dr, Lichtman Davis got 31 percent of the vote in commission or to any of the 17 Brad elected city commissioner has ever'' back and forth about the witnesses
mostly vote tor blacks, and whites then testified that in some elections I running third in a school board race. ford County offices( until current lived In a black section of Starke. each will be calling and in what
mostly vote tor whites. Judge fer- he had found cases where there was In 1978 black candidate George school board member Jimmy Scott Wednesday afternoon, Brown's, order they) will be called Lipman of.
rell Hodges allowed the plamtilts no racial polarization. \ Holiday got 36 percent of the Vote first appointed to fill the unexpiredterm expert witness, Perreil H.Shofner: ,a fered to give Brown a list of his
led by attorney David Lipman of The Bradford Chapter of the qualified for the second primary, got of the late Patricia Spenglerand history professor at the University witness and the order he would caU
Miami lo enter most everything NAACP seeks a single member 44 percent of the vote in the second then was unopposed in a single. of Central Flonda in Orlando for 16 them in, if Brown would reciprocatewith
they wanted intp evidence district with majority of black primary but lost to veteran councilman : member district election. years began testimony. An expert a similar list:So far Brown has
sometimes over the, objections of voters so that a black can be electedto Vernon Silcox, there is no question the' black witness from South Carolina this not reciprocated, thus resulting in
defense attorney ferry Brown, whois the city commission. 1 minority is an impediment to a black witness testified at a voting rights much guess-work and conjecture on
defending the city's at-large In a 1974 school board race in being elected in Starke," said Dr. case in Liberty County, Florida the part of the attorneys.Wheeler's .
voting system. In the 10 elections examined. Dr. which black candidate Herman Lichtman.
In cross-examination. Attorney Lichtman said in every case blacks Johnson ran third with 23 percent of Since Starke has one city-wide
Brown ,chipped away 'at Or* voted for blacks and whites voted for the vote. Dr Lichtman said for precinct,Dr. Licntman said he could
Lichtman'S' ,testimony which said whites a high percentage of times. mulas show that 94 percent of blacks not compare voter,precinct patterns,
,60%'ot the blacks voted for blacks. There was not much crossover- voted for the black candidate, inside the City However Dr,
Brown turned it around and said that blacks voting for whites or white Johnson,and that 6 percent of blacks Licntman said he used county Discount
40% voted lot whites. Dr. Lichtman voting tor blackS It shows Starke voted for one of the white can.,, precincts part of which extend into Grocery
said yes testimony:\ ,' but later said elections are polarized, Lichtman didates. In contrast only 1 percent of the city.The basic voter polarization
that was a miscnaracterization of said.' black voters voted for a white can holds within the precincts with a
ms statement. "We'' have ,been For instance, IIi 1969 Ms. Maurice didate but 93 'percent of white voters ,variation of only five percent 212 E. Call Street
Lichtman said which lessens the

I : Wells, Appointed to Adjustment Board polarization''Dr. Licntman but testified not significantly that blacks Come Shop & ,Save $$

.a .a ., are generally of ,a lower socioeconomic -
'status than white in Coke
by Buster KahnBCT City Elections.,. council he has been considering a Starke which operates as an Im- Pepsi or
Staff Writer' fucker called for city elections in revision of employment applications pediment in terms of experience, occupation .
Councilman Bobby Biggs keeping with city ordinances. Three in light of recent drug problems and resources. '"These
nominated Orian Wells,' owner of the kind of advantagesto $2.O9
in community. disparities give
council seats are up for election this :16 Oz.SPk.
Orian Wells Olds-Chevrolet year: Silcox said he would like to see city whites,", said Dr. Lichtman.t : 'V9
deaierlsnip, to serve on the Board of and elected officials A district 94
Group 1,, ,Councilman Bobby employees sign,, t with a percent majority
,Adjustment. 'and"received Blg( S., a pledge at the beginning of each of black voters can be establishedin
unanimous support1'trom the other .Group 3, Seat vacated 1 by'Jimmy', fiscal year,stating that he or she the NE quadrant of Starke knownas Stock up on Just one of the many great price savers in our
three councilmen in the June 7' city Crosby., will not use illegal drugs dunng the the Reno area said Dr. Lichtman store. Come see .we're by the railroad track'
council meeting., Group 5, Mayor:fravis Woods. coming year.Additionally. .
rue Board Sot Adjustment was Qualifying dates were announcedas Silcox moved to request "
short with only"" four members being from noon Monday, July Chief of Police Jimmy Bower
assigned; creating the possibility 25, through noon, Friday;July 29. to appoint Major Wiggins, to investigate
,a tie vote *, City election will be Tuesday; drug use and any, other
In fact;, the Board of Adjustment September 13.Ifs second primary is wrongdoing, by city workers.'
rendered a tie vote at Us last regular ,required it will be held 'Tuesday.' Councilman Charles Schaefer said
meeting,May 26,when Eula Nichols September 27., he would second the motion, if confidentiality ALWAYS MADE t
and fom Andrews aSked' tor a is not violated. "
special exception' to locate a'day I Drug, Motion.... The request was incorporated in, r'Cjax '
care center and Christian pre-school Councilman Vernon Silcox told the the motion, and it passed 4-0. EASY AT 14; :
: in a residence on Lafayette St.,
behind Winn-Dixie,Market.Place: MOW alien another area
11, si x McNt"Itewh, epeetal rrvtc, la our ciutamrn,TWITS PRICES BEGIN THURS
,, Grant Clean-Up..< r JUNE 16TH. THRU
Julie Wise asked 'the city, to approve I learned to use it in only A ANYWHERE- IN THE -U.S.A.* WED. JUNE 22ND.
inter-fund transfers to clean 'AT OUR STARKE &
up the two city grants, which have 23 minutes,;wjt Jiout aninstruction -u.' rt '' MACCLENNY'.' '
been the"cause of sorrttf concern .:-. '-- 'LOCATIONS ONLY!

.recently. book! .,
PlanCom the administrative
I, firm owned and CAPTIAN 150' SMIRNOFF'
i 30o
operated by Linda Day, collapsed ANNOUNCING THE FIRST FULLY GinLITER MORGAN 80 PROOF
earlier this year problems were'
created between the Department of REFUND SPICED ,RUM MAIL-AWAY VODKAFleischmann's
Community Allairs (DCA), and the IBM COMPATIBLE COMPUTER 1.75 LITER LITER
City, resulting In points being assessed

for against future grants the city, in its applications' THAT WILL BRING OUT THE 6.99 13.99 7.99

Clerk Neil 'fucker transferred CASE OF 12 ; CASE OF S CASE OF' 12

grant records; Into his oft ice,and has. GENIUS IN YOU IaN 83.00 83.00 95.00
,been attempting, to correct inadequacies S, E Kl4
and close out the two grants. L I ...iu
The council passed\ necessary motions .,
to close out the grants and was r.
told by Wise that minimal damagewas
done to the city'a standing with :
DCA, since the, city had fully L BOSTON RIVA< LORD CROWN
cooperated with the agency in ,', ] 80 PROOF 'CALVERT ROYAL
atlievating the problems. VODKA CANADIAN CANADIAN
The grants should be closed out
within six weeks. Wise said. 1.75 LITER LITER 750 ML.
fucker reported that Bradford WENT
County School Board has asked for a ,9.59 7.99 a.Aeae 11.69w'
''mobile located RJE school.
home at I
The unit purchased,with grant 95.00
funds,will be used irt the school handicapped _
child program. '
Councilman :bchaeler said the city'
has no other use tor the unit' and INVER HOUSE RsSSlk Ambassador g 300 ANCIENT AGE
,moved to petition DCA to allow the SCOTCH lp ,,$ 86 PROOF YEAR NAIL-AWAY Kentucky Bourbon
transfer of the unit as requested. SCOTCH OLD aEFUND -Extra Dry Whiskey Gin '
The' city owns second: mobile rte '
i.I !home, which will be' transferred to 1.75'UTER 1.75 LITER 1.75 LITER
,the Recreation Department to be 11.77 15.95
utilized for office space. ,

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a .. for 11$.
From left t.right.the front rowi Patrick Harding, Sarah Crew, Erin
Rogers.Cai-eth Starling --ry.-,Erin Stance and Robbie .
the middle row fro_kit to,right*Erlckm a-ea.' ...Linda Dix e.Cauaadra
JarvU,Brno*lUrri*.UAna Caritas Cfcrlaty Jooea, Maleu Robert,Donald
Hardy Palp Smith, AUcla Latter and Beth ModeeltlGOLDENFRED .

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I County to Receive Development Grant

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12.SOO: dollar-for-dollar matching point/' says Col McKeown. will receive a $1,420 grant. Glades ment tors staff of tne and tne Florida six district Economic': direc f & DELICIOUS
and Okeechobee counties submittedan
The grant which comes throughthe
grant to promote economic development CouncIl.
; Department of Commerce, was application for a joint project for ;Development
; awarded ,
,t has been eight For information about the
first for last The $2,500, which was approved.
applied year. application .
Florida counties,' including Brad- Matching Grants Program, contac .
"The Matching Grants
but Program
ford, I the Department of Com was approved there of Com ,
by the .Florida Department .,
was not enough funds for the Brad helps promote economic develop-,
merce, Secretary Jeo Bush. Bureau of Business -
says merce's
ford application to be funded ment in rural counties through .1'/
Col. Chuck McKeown director odM' 107 West Games Street
advertising, direct mail .
McKeown This the rules campaigns. '
says. year
4 economic Bradford Florida
development for brochures and other informational Room G-30: Tallahassee
changed,a new application was submitted -
County says the grant will be used and this one was approved. materials" says Secretary BUSh. 32399-2000; phone 904/488-9351 or
for a presentation folder and McKeown says he has the contractfor "The communities receiving grants ((toll tree) l-UOC/962-4414.) \
brochure, and will include a community this grant in hand but does not qualified due to such factors as high ) .. Three
profile for propective industrial yet have check. unemployment rate, high poverty FLA. TWIN THEATREStarke great
.", i clients Counties receiving $2,500 dollar ,level, and low population density,"
\,/! V I..' ,. '. :The Bradford Economic Development tor-dollar matching grants are Economic Development Director 964-5451 :1 f 4 .. ways to enJoy''
l'i)$',:, 'ii: Coporation is now about halfway Bradford ,Dixie Union, Baker Steve Mayberry approved the .
i, J\ 4'I'jI\' ;\.' through a three-year and Jackson, Calhoun, Madison and grants following a review of the applications Open Euery NightPT Cap inD'sShrimp.
Ij, ','.' 'JOO,000 effort to attract industry to Flagier. Holmes Co. requested and by the Commerce Depart- '...'.........' ..h'..........'
., the local area. Advertising efforts ",
through June 10 have resulted in 475 .-, i ,$2.00 SPECIAL,
including 45 from inside :,
the State of Florida and 49 from the 'Sat & Sun.'5.00 Show 's Shrimp &Fish Dinner: .
State of New York. .;: Tuesday Showing : A delicious treat of crispy fried shnmp, .

: ,"It's looking pretty good: 'at,this .rack i: L. Qitzs,' jJ {D j"1 4ts Starts,Friday' ; ''June 17 and french golden-brown fries,cole slaw fish and fillets hush,served puppies.with; "'$3.69

RobberyAt Sto&X&J&LDUNDEEII Shrimp&Country-Style Fish DinnerA

.pace lA I ,'Dentistry perfect combination of crispy fried,

At Just seven minutes later,at 2:24:: : ,' mI shrimpandconunea1.breadedcountry.'". .
,'. p m. FliP Trooper, Donald Dean a" style fish: french fries,cole slaw and hush ,$3 69

,'.; slopped of Lawtey the vehicle'Trooper two miles Dean north was Practice. limited to: |I SCREEN TWO V ,PUPPIeS.New .

':y",' :' assisted by,Lt. Winston Barber of, Super Shrimp Platter
r liiii.W J%'< ;,';;"., '"., the Florida Highway Patrol. .Orthodontics, ,' STALLONERAMBOIII Plenty delicious fried shrimp,french'$4.99
t, :, \ty r r At :2:40; Lt Reno and Biggs arrived fries,coleslaw and hush puppies.
'y:;," I. at the location of Trooper Dean.
;']":;' "j;' Capt. Tillotson had also gone to the ffi]
;," "'" .' : location of the suspect and Vehicle. 603 Call St.
Mrs, Biggs and fillotson both CaptainSeafood Ds
,1'' '' made -a posItive' identification, Starke : 301' DRIVEmSfartte ,
IX Reno placed suspect .
I* w Hereupon .r'I I
,' Edward' JL'J mbrougttolJ.elUiOnVIJle 964-7484
,:;,,: ', ';' under arrest, ,chargmg him '.. Fri. Sat, & Suna.neI. :
,' ''; ,: with robbery. ,
; ) !;;:
,\,',: .'\ "I was so calm 1 couldn't believe
f',;',,', It," said Mrs. Biggs."I'm afraid the, '
","y, "II next time 1 will be too scared to do .MONDAY & TUESDAY SPECIAL_
,'i'. ,';' ," : anything," she said. RUBBER5MP s fJJaInr
The case was solved so speedilydue m TwoPieceFish
to the expertise and coopeation
of officers of all three departments Admission:

'when involved.everything was goes one of off those well,'times"' said Made. ,Adults:,.....,.............. 990 Dinner $1.99A

''I Capt. fillotson. Mrs. Biggs gave the Child reI'! ..../!.?'..'.,......?.:J04
I'' authorities the information they i Use 100%Cholesterol Free Vegetable Shortening
needed, he said. To I .
't OUT
L '---
o. Order Q
BrookerfrM.pH.1A -n

,program. Gene ,Melvin" is president ALSO I :'.name tagsfornurs, : s, L o fJ

.of the association., .0EE
Pierce.who is chairman of the waitresses or anyone who needsa ,0'or
Recreation Department was instructed -
= _
to review the building at the 0 ,
rec field, and recommend its repairor name tag. 'tJ.r:
demolition. He should also request / ..
funds in the upcoming budget --- d(
to support the recommendation said 0- 'I
Melvin. Business CardT I"l' ::t ti /",'. '" ::0
\ The ,burned remains of' the old .'. i ,?.I' 0'
Hazen residence,now owned' ."
i George ,"
by Opal Osteen, is an eyesore and 'SpecialRaised ':1 :' 1';
.. should be cleaned up, the council ,
"." ." .;, decided. Attorney Hobbs was instructed Letters : .1', :,..:,f; t- $ mlu 5469a490areg. '
: to write Ms. Osteen, advising Sr e+
,'.,, her to clean-up the property 1000 ,. < :' ( ::- ...Screwdriver, '33 Gallon Trash e.g.
within 90 days,or the town will haveit only with 6 Bill For>0 ntaor Mid ouldovdm '
done, and place a lien on It. "f' MJin oil tarn mi Mo rtpmaSvokOwlllurMn __* 60 ,7f.1' it 5.'
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"I "
:" Adams voted against the motion 95 eaves......kr0ur Conm in mruliur {;' '.,':I ,
." Which passed 3-1. saying he doesn't $19' o* with>pndfe lockoun '" ,,:LI<
like making threats, although he .' black ink ,", hmdk. tor imxynum .::,'
"- -
agreed with having the debris clean- I

Attorney Hobbs discussed the installation $105 \" '. *
of a bidding process for ,. I C
,purchasing services and supplies for 'Cart,and Choke Cleaner, ..;' : *447nc
the town, and the writing of purchase _: OFFICE MACHINE MakM yourVnocMhcf _rm I' r I .: Clean Machine.
orders.. .....eIf1y.t.. I.. ;11,5.: Car Ddailer
Marshal Tommy! Raulerson said 'afen Nn,and)nmah buOdup" ; ;\(:,::,, Fail cv lurfacM'.eeti '
,', cIwanw """" -
'he has problems with suppliers at i' A4arahb sprays SI_
,times, since they frequently question Rentals by the Day .....-- '
: ,-" purchases without purchase ) .. F if1;'';".: ,_""n"-\U60..
, : ,
orders. / .1''
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bf the council.'Attorney NAPA SILVER1JNE Z
At the request Month .
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Hobbs said he will present Week or 4 PC.Screwdriver Set ..
plans to implement both a purchase .Hmdy fcr quct a Ue It '_ .'.it:(\
order system and a bidding process.' -..' >; .. '
Calculators ,. hr retr
rr.r.r;t 7t; ....,....,,,_ :I'TT'I''I'1: ; ; : .. Typewriters ef..e pIoIod,1. $A 9 .. '_'...'-:..'-.,
Shredders V IIII. M ,
Keep Your Yard Pretty. Copy',Machines Paper: TenninallCri.-Kit
NO TRENCHINGI! Chairs a4r....elecvad er-.' '
and office '
Secretarial 59
We specialize In Automatic 13UKFtwer $ = .:;;r.== j

,Sprinkler' System Cash Registers etc. 'etc.. Sdr.i VK Sl(n erin yar Fluid..._; I. ,

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For all your equipment opec--

IRRIGATION or furniture needs, see... .. "

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'ustallat ion 6'Service T ,Service after the MmifoWSunraymBtodu 1 : .Brownlee Road-Starke, <. .1 "
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age 4" TELEGRAPH June l'. 1MM

. 'Griffis Insists Annexation On 'Hold' ;' Opponents' Pack Raiford City ,Hall' I


Over' 70 'citizen of'' don't know why you are all the plant waste landfill 'Tight behind ny for the dumping C!(tb.wpte0,from, the'gross revenues from tile plant
neighbor to the proposed ,.' said Mayor J.D.Grata, "an- fence'' spoke in opposition to Doth will nave to be put bade into the
dous Waste treatment plant, is not on our agenda at.all" Mayor GrUfU stated again, "An- the hazardous waste plant and the the'plant.''tbe'ashes of the hazardous 'plant,"according to Revels It can
members of United Citizens nexation .la not on our agenda. It has Tri-County landfill which is proposed waste from the whole state of be used on roads only within 1,000
Pollution UCAP) crowded "took the floor,however "to been set aside.It never will be on our for, a location lust across the ,Florida and Georgia too.And maybe ,yards of the plan,and for safety services
small meeting room at the why the Issue should be agenda until ail litigation Is com highway from the plant. some from South Carolina,**.Revels'' in support of the plant be says.
City Hall,at the regularly ." pleted regarding the plant,",be said. sale Union County Commissioner
town meeting Tuesday "A landfill and hazardous waste Gerald Gnus, brother to Mayor J.
June 14. UCAP."C (UCAP) are in due process: "We are the closest community to plant go hand in band said Revels. "You cannot' restrict: Interstate, D. Gnffls," said, "We' nave to do
the Governor, the State of the site," the Mayor continued.: We "Where you have a plant, you will commerce, Revels said. If the something before it gets here. We
It was anticipated that the Cabinet, regarding the thought someone ought to nave some find a landfill right with it. If the put here,he says, what is to can't wait until its here and then stop\
might once again attempt to of the hazardous waste plant say in what goes on out there and landfill is located there (at Ellerbee stop industries from Georgia bringing it."
the site at eilerbee Curve, county," said Revels. "We that is why we first considered annexing Curve where do you think the ashes their wastes into Florida, if it la.
for the waste treatment plant an extensive batUe ahead. We the site, he said. from the incinerator will be cheaper for them to haul here. 'they'Will 'rhe delegation from UCAP then
dumped?" fill the landfill are the City Council: to Join the
is opposed Dy "the majority that annexation would be The mother-in-law of Councilman a. up you paying requested
people,"according to Buddy to our cause. To annex Michael Dobbs, Mrs. Elite Wilkinson The citizens of Union, Bradford for faster. UCAP effort and donate the $3,000set
Director and spokesman for site would be virtually asking.for who is also opposed to a solid and Baker counties will have to pay "The three percent receipts from aside. the council to fight theplant'

,..- Raiford bad previously set aside

that amount to be used in the fight to
10 oppose the Union county site, at the
etrircmiALs discretion of the town counsel Terry
. : Brown. Brown will confer with
: ; before
UCAP lawyer Debra Barton
!t'' ,I L I' ,' ,; any decision will be made on the use
of the money.

', '." Good Men Forced Out. :" : :: ", Toxic Wastes should be kept and
/ ,: :, .recycled at the source, says UCAP.
To provide a cheaper way to get rid
I of their wastes will only increase the
Of Politics by High CostsFirst amount of wastes. If recycling is tobe
encouraged then a toxic waste
neutralization plant or incinerator is
not needed at all, is the feeling of
it was, U.S. Senator Lawton But Mann, like Chiles and Askew, saw '" UCAP. If each industrial generatorof

Chiles, then former Governor Heutnn the dollar sign written on the wall and hazardous wastes is required to
AsKew, WhO planned to run for Cniles' regretfully announced last week that he \ dispose of his own wastes, more
\' recycling could: be expected by industry -
seatand now ex-Senator Fran Mann, could not raise the $1 million needed to or non hazardous materials
who wanted to run on the Democraticticket compete with Smith who is a million- \ % may be substituted in manufacturing

against incumbent Republican, naire in his own nght, and has already f II:;. processes, and smaller amounts
Jim Smith for the office of Secretary of raised another $950,000 in contributions of hazardous, residue wouldibe.
State. the Mann the other ,
to sweeten pot on I
All three of these outstanding men are, hand, had been able to tap his fnends fIw.c, / ;' i x i

political sacrifices that the people of and supporters for a mere $300,000.,
Florida who would JUte to be served by .4.
;able honest and capable men, have The loss of three men of such high

been forced to make on the altar pf \calibre from the political scene is a sad .. !: ,. :......,1.._ ; '

modern mercenary politics., It is a commentary on a system that attaches { \, .. .. ';,::":; : 1 Look
pnce too high to pay. more importance to a thirty-second TV Ic;) ..} ''\'',.... .1.' 'f'. .......... .

Chiles,a veteran of almost 30 years 6f commercial than it does to the : ., _: : t:.' za '.-:. ..' 1=t Wt.J.foil.: ',:, .:. After Annexation '
qualifications of thej 'candidate. .;' "of '. I ',;; '.: I j. I
dedicated service in the Senate was a iiH
is "
Something must be ;done to' our PRESENT: f .
man of the people, walKing the length of 'get r ".i: .; ti Dotted lines Indicate area originally proposed for annexation by' ,
Florida in work shoes, blue shut, andkhaki political system back into the nght ,. 'TO''N 0" r.was. ( Town of Kalford. Including: he Ellerbee Curve. site recommended .
perspective, where the dollar will not be ; for Hazardous Waste
pants. Throughout his Senate R' lOR ford
Present town limits of Indicated solid
held the deciding factor in electing can' are by black lines
career, he fast to his grass-roots instincts ', -,
and Kept abreast of Flonda's.everchanging didates to the highest offices in our land. In lower corner; |

needs.. ca R-5.., 'l L1G Note bow a long corridor long Hwy 21 extends up from present .
Coupled with his '
town to Join with another ni. arrow corridor extending down from,
reputation as an intelligent, hardworking ---.J: ::.._.,_::..- ..", 'o area proposed for annexatic n. .
.. .I... .
Senator; these attributes earn-' !
ed him the powerful position of Senate Sneaky Snakes

,Budget Committee chairman,.where he rJ
countered the unrealistic proposals in Starke I

I' the Administration with leadership.and ,

fiscal But Lawton responsibility.Chiles was a modest man, Feder.alJudge, SaysIn Letters to theEditor. ,. ., .

out of touch with the modern Madison ..
Avenue technique of "imagemaking"through spite of the long black robes' BHS Parent Thinks Graduates Deserve'BetteI'Y.
-- --
costly television advertising and judicial'demeanor, even '- \,

that runs into millions of'' dollars. To Federal,Judges. ,sometimes lose their An Open Letter.. say And I had a good seatl! ;
avoid any' feeling of obligation to his, ''cool., A Letter to tbe Young Dear Superintendent Duncan Jthis

campaign supporters, he refused to ac-' In ; >,People of Bradford CountyA year' graduation' at the Bradford, 4 believe.that gradvajjonja the,highlight
a highly unusual if not un "of j'
cept contributions larger than $100 from very special :THANK YOU to 'out' Stadium was a very good program. student's twelve years-of study and
any single donor; in marked contrast to precedented, case of."blowing his students, school personnel and community However it- 'was a, .diagrace the elm htfh ightriof tIItrf! !qsuigjtf.the school
many candidates who lap up slush funds';, top", Judge John H. Moore, obviously for your help in making our recent "Just graduating class, the Valedictorian and year. Therefore, .anything, [be graduation -.
from $1,500-per-plate dinners with no frustrated and Irritated after Say No to Drugs Week" a tremendous ::Salutatorian the students at Bradford should be well planned and a very'lovely
hearing six witnesss he considered cess. High, the parents of the students,the community organized event. I admonish: you
qualms whatsoever: Finally, Chiles had the gchOOI8oaJ'd. and to you, our and the Administration of our schools to
all he could take of this voodoo politics' of doubtful credibility, launched intoa Drug abuse is an insidious destructive Superintendent of Schools. take special pains putting together'
and announced his intention to retire. diatribe In which he lambasted the disease that threatens to destroy our nation The program could not be heard when it graduation that will be honorable in every
prosecuting attorney for putting on state, community, and individuals. was earned out and the people in the aspect for next year's graduates and for
Former Governor Askew who had an- "one of the worst prosecutions I've The message of our-local campaign was stands started getting restless and the years coming.I .
nounced his candidacy to fill the vacanj ever, seen." simpleeach individual must prepare frustrated trying to near. This made' it appreciate you and the Job that you
cy to be left by Senator (:piles' .retirement themselves to make a choice, and then ,almost impossible to hear anything at all.I are doing and this is one thing that shouldbe
startled Florida political circles But the Judge didn't stop there. He each must accept the consequences of that personally heard very little of the Valedictorian addressed immediately by you.
recently by suddenly announcing his denounced the witnesses as "snakes choice. The objective of our campaign the:Salutatorian: ,the guest speaker, JOhn'rStnckJandParent
withdrawal from the race. from Starke" and added: "We got was, and still is, to educate our young people and what the others in the program had to ,BHS
snakes in the Police Department In as to the dangers of drug abuse,so as to ,
Askew first for Governor assist him/her in making responsible deci
ran in 1970.
Starke, we got snakes in the huntingclub sions.This cannot be a one week a year effort .,
Almost *
a, political unknown he ran 'a we got snakes on the farm, and, but a continuous educational process. Forestry in Bradford County I
low-key, low-budget campaign, taking we got snakes in the'bars'and In ,
probably recent months, our own Community
his the -
message to people through personal on all the streets in Starke has been shaken, shocked, and disillusioned -''
contact and speeches from .the from what I gather But (you're going at exposures to local drug abuse; after ,Shade Trees Thirst)',' Bradford By DavU County W.Nor1Ga'Forester
stump, rather than by glitzy? cosuy to try a case and use snakes for all, this could NEVER happen to our''

television commercials. your evidence you're going to get friends, neighbors, and leaders- so we In the not months of summer which lie Mulching is one of the most satisfactory'

Askew soon found he was campaigning ,burned orbit, by a snake. thought just around the corner shade trees can methods of keeping moisture in the ground ',.
and distasteful The hopes and dreams of our future .Lte, suffer from lack of water even in Flonda under trees. Four inches of leaves, straw
in a new political environment ',"In most usually'"have'at with It burdens where abundant rainfall Is the norm (but
cases you you our youth. our hearts : peat, bark or wood chips will wonders tomaintain'
where he must spend 75 per least one clean witness, but in that we cannot leave you a world that is once again- not this year,
cent of IUS time on the telephone asking this free of problems that could so easily
for case there wasn't anyone to destroy this nation and Any young shade tree or seedling J:
money to finance the high-tech campaign you as an In-
lend credence to the the: planted last winter be to \
story, dividual. However YOU DO HAVE A may susceptible "'"
techniques are now declaredIn water starvation. Moisture available for
judge CHOICE! That choice involves your decision -
necessary to get elected to' office 'He as to whether to develop for the roots of a tree,young or old,can quick
criticized: the system where "a person order to avoid getting "snake yourselves a strong sense of values and ly disappear in the sandy,porous soils that
runs for the U.S. Senate by becoming a bit" Judge Moore by-passed the Jury. self worth; or, whether to ."follow, the are so much part of Flonda.
and summarily granted a defense crowd" and take the out. -
professional beggar. That .wasn't' the easy way Watering the lawn may keep the grass
,Askew style, and he couldn't, bnng motion for acquittal of Benny ,There will be many times you become green and still not provide enough water'for '
himself to lowering his standards.In .- Zoltowski who faced a possible 55 confused and discouraged m your struggle. the tree to get its share. If the tree was
years In prison on three counts of to gain knowledge and strength to Just transplanted last winter,.it can quickly
commenting on Askew's soul- conspiracy td distribute cocaine and Say NO" to potential hazards along your suffer great damage from drought in the
searching decision Lex McKeithen, cot-' marijuana.' way. Never lose faith, because there are hot summer months. (
ummst for the Gainesville Sun said the many wonderful caring people'' this*
'But best who will lovingly offer '' Dogwood trees provide a good yardstiCkto
ex-Governor's was justice served in this community you encouragement -
"escape from the race is of
and support., get a feeling for moisture conditions moisture and the health the
a stinging indictment of the current impact judicial debacle? Not everyone, around the tree roots. This very common tree.. If you decide to water the tree directly -
on the politics of money and special agreed with the court's action"Aul.tant Learn the facts and weigh' the dangers yard tree has large number of leaves but a be sure to get the water deeply into the,
interests .? It is also a poignant, U.S. Attorney Joseph before you experiment with, or abuse, shallow root system. It u one of the first to ground by slow soaking over a long periodWhen
Is Your Life
drugs. It Your Future, Your
Magri( thinks the Judge should wilt when hot weather pulls moisture out of water In soil dries up and disappears f
reminder that,we,' the people, are the "ave. Decision. Your choice can, and will,affect find
its leaves faster than the roots can it in ,the plant conserves: its supplies by
real victims ..;for we have been demed let the jury decide the case, your tomorrows.,What shall it betAdele the soil., When your dogwood's leaves dosing tiny openings in the leaves through

Askew's talents ,and experience as a regardless of quality of testimony., Mitchell: droop or cup,its tune to provide water for which given off (called transpira-'
United States Senator. Askew's depar- "I must assume that the court '- Families. Against Drugs. your trees ( rooted bon). U water starvation continues the
ture from the campaign underlines the followed the general rule that judges ,.A.I>. species such as .oaks maples, and red-' wilted leaves are followed by a die-bade of
disturbing certainty that should leave determination of buds.) leaf margins or needle tips.! U drought persists '
many highly
over a long period of time or continuously
qualified folks are avoiding the lure of witness credibility to .the Jury," he over many years,the sterna may

politics, thereby denying voters the opportunity remarked! begin to.die. J

of looking at alternatives to But at least one person was pleased GARBAGE??? Not Always! Seldom will a healthy tree in Florida be

those who have become so addicted to with the Judge's decision, and l'' killed outright by drought. But the hOt
the present political :' that U-CAP needs summer months can slow its growth; and
process. was defendant Zoltowski. your help with our recycling day' Impose stress that causes newly planted

The latest victim of our dollar .In his ''own defense, Mr. ZoltowsM Please save the following items : trees to suffer.the greatest.
onented political process is ex-senator ,said, "I Just got in with the wrong NEWSPAPERS: tie into bundles. What should be a source: of concern: to
Fran" Mann, who made 'an' unsuccessful crowd. A declaration that warrantsour ALUMINUM cans. that this is about tile fourth year ins
race for' Lieutenant Governortwo nomination for "Understatementof row that nature has cheated us of abundant
years ago, on the Democratic' The Year." 'GLASS: green, clear or brown separate into. spring rams. Long-term stress (over
: ticket. colors. 'a few years), caused by continuous
droughts can damage Shallow rooted
\ The money gained from the sale of these items shade trees to tile point where they may

F Rl l asAOloap will be used to oppose the .hazardous waste incinerator become unhealthy., When a tree is
unhealthy it is more susceptible to death
4 1 1 proposed for Ellerbee Curve. caused by Insects and disease.

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',,)i] Mri and Mrs. Lawrence Crews of Mr. and Mrs. 'red Curtis of Hampton Kelli Joseph Fletcherand N.Riggs I : : ;
Lawtey announce the approaching announce the upcoming wedding
,(i. marriage of their daughter Pamela of their daughter, Brenda Michelle ,FefcherRfggsEngagement/
,. to Ralph Stravato of .Jacksonville, of Jacksonville, to Steven Michael Usa Lawson
ii, son of Ralph Stravato of Waterford, Jones of Jacksonville, son of Ron r Told and Hex Collins
,j' Conn. Jones of Jacksonville and Donna and
Mr, and Mrs, Peter Fletcher of
,;''r The bride-elect graduated from .Bill O'Neal of Starke. Melbourne, announce the engage- Lowson.eollinsEngagement I

Trinity Christian Academy and is The bnde-elect graduated from ment of their daughter Keili to .Told
, ", ) .' employed cy Kirill l Suzuki: The Bradford High :School and is Service Award Presented... Joseph N.Riggs,son ot Mr.and Mrs.
4y groom-to-oe u a graduate of Trinity employed by the Mental Health Donald A. Riggs of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lawson of
!' Christian Academy and is now Resource Center. The groom-to-be Wiley Clark (left), incoming'Rotary President, present plaque for The bride-elect is a graduate of the Starke; announce the engagement of
\; Y r" employed at Trinity. graduated from Bradford High outstanding service to past president' John Miller at last week's," Ladles University of Florida and is their daughter, Lisa Marie, to Rex
\yrl!,' 'The wedding will be this Saturday bchool: and is employed by Rex Night employed 'by J.U, Penney in St. Dpnovan; Collins, son ot Ms. Zedra
: June 18 at Grace Baptist Church Packaging.: Petersburg. Collins; and tne late Clinton Collins of
i;; Jacksonville, at 5 p.m. The wedding will be June 25, 10 The groom-to-be is a graduate of Starke.
. T'I+; a.m., at the home of Donna and Sill University of Florida and employedby fne bride-elect was ''a 1983;
<'::'j,,,,' O'Neal in Starke. No invitations will New Rotary Officers/ I Installed I,. Florida National BanK in Tampa. graduate ot Bradford High School;a -
,!",,' S/ceen-Croff/ be sent;' all fnends and family are A November wedding is being 1988 (graduate of Santa Fe Community
!1;. ., To Wed June' 18 ,invited. ,At Barbecue Last FridayNew planned, College and., is employed by
\ :nands reaching Hospital in
ii'i Brenda L. Skeen and James Croft, Gainesville. '
.,;1 Jr., will be married Saturday, June officers of the Starke Rotary tion of children against polio. Clark. the groom-to-be( is a 1980 graduate
,( 18 at e::30 p.m.'file ceremony will be, Club were introduced at "change 1 outlined objectives for the club during of Bradford High School and is
I held at the. borne of the bride's Eastern 'Star Covered of command" party last Friday/I the oncoming year. Social Briefs. ,'employed' by Bruce Crawtord&" Sons
parents, Mr. and Mrs., R.V, 0ur- night in the banquet room of the ne.wr< Other new officers introduced at < Construction ol Atlanta, Ga.
,'" ranee on Hampton Lake (Hwy. is off Dish Supper 6/18 KOA Campground on U.S. 301 SoutlT.: this time were Ortan Wells The couple is planning ,a
". 301 S.). The reception will follow at Starke Chapter 224, Order of the It was the first time this facility had president-elect; Larry Noegel, Mrs Brian Davis September :2 wedding at Madison St.
',:' the new, KOA, Banquet Room in Eastern Star, will be having a been used, since KOA moved from secretary; .Nell Tucker, treasurer; Honored With Shower Baptist\ Church at 7 p.m. All friends-
'., '. :Starke. 'covered dish supper on June 18. All its former location to make room for and E.W. Hodges sergeantatarms.The and relatives are invited; no local invitations
All fnends and relatives are in-, Master Masons and their families construction of tarke', new Wal- traditional pork barbecue was The evening ,of ,June i a stork are being sent,
,,' vited. No' local invitations will be ,,are invited to attend. Mart complex. prepared and served to more than 60 Shower was given lor Mrs. Brian
sent. Wiley Clark:tile new club presi' Rotarians anmd Rotary-Anns by DavIs in the Fellowship Hall ot '
. t ,J"" ," dent for 1988-89 presented a plaqueto club"chefs" David Smith and Shor Bethel-Baptist Church. Class of Making
./': :r'tI\ John Miller, tile outgoing president ty Norman. Upon her arrival, the honoree was 'Final Reunion Plans
'1"\\'" who reviewed acCOmplIShments presented with an infant SOCK cor-
'< '' i\;::;,:.{:' :' Luncheon Honors Penny Jakab of l Starke: Rotary sage. The fellowship halt was roe BUS: graduating class of itrrs
: \ decorated IS final -lor/ their ten-
,',' : during his term: including the successful Joan Whitehead Honoree I with a teddy bear theme. malting plans
'i, '' completion of its assigned : The, refreshment; table''was coverd: year reunion. A picnic at Camp
,;'"! "''i; U, I A bridesmaids luncheon honoring and Wiles in peach'and white In quota of $18,000 for the Polio-Plus With Bridal Shower with ,an ivory linen tablecloth, on Blanding begins at 10 a.m. on Satur-
\\i' ?\ I1'> Penny.Jakab and attendants was front of the baskets were two white campaign for worldwide immumza- which was centered a pinK and blue day; July 23.' ..
held 'at Econo-Lodge tn the' doves, holding two gold wedding Joan Whitehead bride-elect ol floral arrangement highlighted by Each person is responsible' lor
Strawberry Patch. room Saturday rings on peach colored silk ribbon.' Births. Billie Reed was honored with a baby blue candles and a teddy !bear1: I their own |food and dnnKs; there will
,, May 21, Mrs. Barbara Reddish .read a, ., |miscellaneous shower at tne home ol holding pinK &" blue balloons. not >t>ti a covered dish/ lunch' and
b Upon her arrival, Penny was beautiful poem about the doves. Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr. Co- ,A baby patchworK quilt with a ted guests can eat wheneyer convenient
i presented with a miniature peach Enjoying the luncheon with the 'Christopher Lamar Crews hostesses 'were Faye Whitehead,, dy bear and pinK and blue balloons; lor Ihi/rn..Children are welcome ,at
color rose corsage. The roses were bnde and her attendants were the Charlotte Durrance, Alice Douglass,, 'centered the gift table. Games were ims. event. '
Lamar ( fad) and Marian'Crewsof '
'grown by the groom's aunt, Ada bride's mother, Mrs. Nancy Jakab, Raitord Virginia Crews., Barbara Mosley, enjoyed by all ';during the party'' In the evenlllg 01 July' 2J, a' bullet
," ,', Reddish.: Guests then enjoyed punch the groom's mother, Mrs.,''Sylvia announce the birth of a Lucille Whitehead,Cathy Wmteheac d J i hours of 7-9 p.m., including a game .-dinner/dance will begin at 6 p m. at
', until lunch was served., Reddish and the groom's grandmother :son, Christopher.Lamar, born May 'and Brenda Wmtenead. where the guests helped to name the tlie, Orange Park Holiday Inn. MusIc:
Mrs. Ruth Reddish and her' 19 in Gainesville 'After opening the many gifts, the new arrival. ',' will, be provided by Max Fortune, a
The luncheon tables were covered fnend, Mrs. Judy LewIS of Lake Ci' Maternal grandparents are John'and guests were invited into the dining The hostesses,. 'Mrs, Robert Jacksonville DJ. Reservations-are
'. with army/navy cloths: with fresh Joyce Sutton of Starke. .room for refreshments. Moody, Mrs/Jerry JarvIs and Mrs necessary lor this event.It .
,;';' "' ivy entwined with peach colored sill ty.Hostesses for this luncheon were Paternal grandparents are Jackie Ricky Lee, presented Mrs. 'Davis' is not too late to (turn in reservation -
,:,',' allies and roses., White miniature the groom's auntsMrs.. Faye An-' and Aline Crews of Lawtey. with a baby walker as a momento ot Ilrmand\ tne information
''f/ \i'.; straw baskets held teal blue and drews, Mrs.- :Ada Reddish Mrs. Jsf Baptist Church tne occasion. $heel$' mat were sent out earlier. If
\i i.: ;\; ::,,;Ii :, peach colored silk flowers. The Becky Reddish,Mrs. Linda Reddish, Joseph "Josh" 0'Neo//, Awarded Recognition Special>honored guests 'mcluded' you nave hut received a letter,
{fir,' ,t" y) 'bi '' ''baSkets were placed around the ivy. Mrs. Barbara Reddish, Mrs. Janet Mr. and Mrs. John F: O'Neal,Sr., Mrs Dewey McKmney, mother ot please l contact us. You should be
"' /1 Burning hurricane lamps decorated Reddish, and Mrs: Sandra Reddish. of Maxville, announce the birth of a The first Baptist: Church of Stance the honoree. Miss' Beth ,McKinney, 'received a confirmation in the mail
" :.1< '1(( ,;} ,j 1 in the same colors accented the ar The aunts presented Penny and son, Joseph I Solomon: "Josh", born was recently recognized lor being in sister ot the honoree and 'extra .tround J July 't ,it you have alreadybent
.. \ rangements. Barry with a gift of twelve 5-piece May 11 in 1 Humana' Hospital in ''the top 25 churches in the Southern special guest was little 9/ week old 'in your reservation II you do
The bride's table held a white milk place settings of their stainless and Orange Park. He Joins one brOther, Baptist Convention in Evangelismand Reed Replogle, prospective friend of not,receive thiS confirmation, let us
i glass basket filled,WIUt'' silk roses serving pieces. John It',Jr.Maternal: Witnessing framing Awards tne new arrival (when he or she gets Know.
grandparents are Mr. during the first SIX:months of, the here), It you are A member ol'the 1977 or'197'J

I ,. '..,:Oe nnCf.'Tom IfhYd/H'dnofledlwith Parties and Mrs.Clyde C; Gnlfis,Jr.'; great .., .l p8-tJ9! church year. ,tht'! !'! 'class at and would like to attend

1(; ....'..:1"., ,:.; ti:: ;:::::, ': ,::: : : ......,...4'ki Wult and Mrs. The Evangelism and Witness .... .. picnic: Camp Blanding;please'
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Miadj''Ddahda framing IS an on-gbmg program .
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1 u, candlewedding betisand bride end., Clyde Lawtey. church'members' to be ef' ."..Birthday Reception 1 't<'Of' !tbr0'"tnforrnationcontact1! ;
honored with a lingerie shower on and Mrs. Fannie Loyd of Phoenix 'training
groom for the occasion. Finger ,
and Honor'Mrs. Christie Corode S-U-2505v; : Shan Johns'JM)840
lective In their faith To Hodges,
28 Miss Tncva Lawson the Ariz. sharing
May by foods, vegetable tray with dip, fruit '
of Jesus Christ Dora Bnx>me 47J-71JI,,or
e bride-elect's honored attendant. salad, various sweets and a Paternal grandparents are Mr. presenting All fnends and relatives'' are inVited Sonya Baldree 473-.W&J.
,,' ," After opening the lovely lingerie beautiful party cake were offered as and Mrs. Willie Dean and the late to others. to attend a birthday reception
"' : [;:,6;;1::-\':;;,"' gifts, the guests placed their names refreshments. Round individual John C. O'Neal of Maxville. First Baptist Church is fourth honoring Mrs. Evan W. Hodges'
" ", :'i s; in a drawing The honoree then drew tables decorated with ceramic unvbrellas among the 1,611 Southern of Florida Baptist and i (Rubye on Saturday, June 25 Irom Cor Wash Planned
, ; ,\:' name, then modeled the lingerie held, heart-shaped candies Cortnee Mechelle Churches in the State the '36,979 t 3-8 p.m. at her home in Brooker For Saturday. 6/18}
" ::"": given her by that guest. and crackers. The honoree received Patterson ,its nineteenth among across the street from .the post otfice. ->
' r I's' ,:' tofile guests were invited to the chnI -, many useful gifts. As a momento of Southern Baptist Churches ir'America. I .- ? i The Church God of Prophecy,
' I I room for refreshments. A the occasion Miss Tomlmson was Bobby and Teresa Patterson announce .. Inc.,wilt be having a car wash this
r"", '.: beautiful double heart pink and blue presented with a set of ceramic the birth of a daughter, Cort- Pastor Ben Bryant attributes desire this ol I, Saturday, June 18 beginning at 9
to the
!' ," shaped cake was the centerpiece canisters by the hostesses made by nee Mechelle, born May '25 at training achievement ,a.m. at the Community State Bank.
J ;:,j', with sandwiches, nuts and mints. Mrs. Beverly Mathews. Alachua General Hospital. Cortnee the people to snare their along 1
with the warm and caring spirit ol t
Deanna .
hostess presented
Joins a sister,Jaimee Rhiannon, age
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," ',-::, with an elegant piece of lingerie as a. The fellowship nail of the First ,3. the church. Rev Bryant to Doug also Sides ex-, PHOTOGRAPHY V NOTICE

." memento of the a.occasion.. Presbyterian Church was J lovely Maternal! grandparents are 'Minister pressed appreciation ot Education, and Crmu:, By Cathy Wooley I, Waldo O, Thompson, will not be,
'I setting for a miscellaneous shower Pauline Devore and the late John R. Jonesi Church Radio StauorManager. 964,1151 or 964,6066 rcipohllbl fob any dobli other than
Deanna Tomlmson;bride-elect of given in honor of Deanna Tomlmson' Devore of Lawtey. fhese men are leaders u I. ,Weddings Engagement Iho.. mad by"" ..If.Dated: 6/J/: ..
Hilton Coleman, Jr., was honored, on Thursday, June 9. Paternal, grandparents Mr the and Witness Training Anniversaries 61)62tpd23)
WIUtamlSCelJaneousshoweronMay The honoree, her mother, and and Mrs. Bob Patterson. Great- Call/or Fred Consultation Today
' j 26 at the home of Mrs. Beverly grandmother were presented with a grandmothers are Mary Pattersonof classes. ,
: Mathews. Co-hostesses were .Mrs. corsage upon their arrival. Millport, Ala., and Ethel Rainwater -GAINESVILLE

's J': ,{,':I Lisa Sapp and Mrs., Marcie' After Miss Tomluison opened her of Birmingham. 452 STARKE W. Mndlson St. I IPALATKA 2613 NW 13th St.JACKSONVILLE .
lovely gifts"The guests were invited
r'I.) < The refreshment table was to the refreshment table, which was Kathryn Anne Bruns I
decorated with carnations and 400 US 19 I 5 Location*
'/ pink ''covered with an army-navy cloth,'
i' featuring a pink floral centerpiece.'' ,Lisa and Al Bruns of Starke an- OCALA ORANGE PARK
:) Refreshments of nuts, mints, chips nounce ,the birth of a daughter, ::: Blvdl
:'j- : former Resident with dip and cokes, and a beautiful Kathryn Anne, born June 11 in
sheet cake with pink rose buds on Alachua General Hospital. Kathryn
:' .?.t-\"(':,,' Receives. Seminary Award each individual ,piece were" servedthe ,weighed 8 10. 4 oz., and measured. ONE

!i\\,:' Melodic Wager received the James guests;; 20" long.
: :/li;' .., ',1 T. and Celeste M. Boyd Memorial Hostesses were Mrs.Janet Carter; Maternal grandparents are Bill
, f{ ""j'"'!{J, Book Fund Award during corn' Mrs. Eddie Joyce Sexton, Miss AmyJo and Ann Reno of Starke. Carol WEEK
at Columbia' Carter and Miss Michelle Sexton. Paternal grandparents are
:' i \\ '.yl'4 mencement exercises
of Fl.SensorFeed" .
and An Naples, ME'
:,' IJ't' ? Theological Seminary on May 29.
:.:17'.I\i l ::::tr,,',' The gift certificate is given to the> M
itv'!*: i' % !/ student who, m the Judgment of the 1 1 Automatic' I Line Precision 1 Clutch
,I SKfc!' faculty,would be a good steward of a Prices good fnrough
::1.. : !", theological library, and has Tuesday 6/1
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''\, ,','l,; Ms. Wager who received the j QUANTITY RIGHT RESERVE -
,\ Master of Divinity degree from Columbia -
, i'\\I'';, +,:':, '" ,earned the at the ,a GRAND PRIX 9H NET '
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,,' ';fes I: ; f,) : 'Given Lorrie' Murphy DRESS PRINTS GINGHAM CHECKS

I I{\ : :",,', Mrs. John C. Greene's home at (;\ ,,9ge 99tPOLYESTER
. l'' k-3:'": ', ,Camp Blanding was the setting for a a COTTON SALE r.g.PRICED s1.2q'' II AsSORT19fIritAtaDAs 45" WIDE LF SALE PRICED !
" ji\.t\ ;'u. miscellaneous shower for Scott

. I( ,',, ;)f r"., ,Allen's bride-elect, Lome Murphy. FREE
'I l "W) : The dining table ,was decorated ,
. { :' ""IIt'.iT.- with a peach and white theme. Mrs, BONUS PACK Powerfi1128.0cc
v:'' : } J.E. Tomlmson poured the punch. 4 oz. engirt oil 2-cycle engirt ALL l PATTERNS'
fp e \ OFF
,', \'; I,. ..:.'," Guests arrived between the hours of I40 ft spool line 17"cutting path 1/2
, ':" ':J"j" I:, '8 and 10 p.m. 2 air filter Chrome cylinder
..: '!,.;i!, '\ ''c' The hostesses, Mrs. John Greene Rex ahat, .I. be Cushioned. handle tor
\ ': I/I t. and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, gave the added comfort
"r.\'.": : bnde-elect a silver tray as a moment ,e Accepts optional edger I POLYESTER & COTTON DAN RIVER" POLYESTER/COTTON All COTTON
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'c' '.1'1)\1'\"j'I) \' >'" MODEL t20A OXFORDS < CALICO PRINTS $1981
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Bill Watson, son of Mr. and Mil EMBROIDERED' SEERSUCKER $198
t William R. Watson 01'Hampton, 'VAft.., '
.... > tun $249 PLAIDS AND STRIPES |
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.J AtfiOftOtfUltS Bill ilia 1OT1 grailuate- of Bradford* WIlD WWI ASSORTED COLORS PlIIOIt' I SUU'

High School and graduated from the I RIOIIIe .e I.lgM.Flo .
"I, University of Misaoun-Kaiuwa City : Neat r.ori.r.w 1o-"I'oIoIerEqup.( Sob.Lowrrrww a 1 APPLE BARREL .
f. 1 College of Dentistry in IMS. He is 63*I.Cat 81.M4474& 43t S.Wat'u'at Chop raw"Root*-Hwy 21 N /48 331.PAINTS
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taKKK Hampton 'Highlights Bradford, Hospital, Auxiliary' ft:

Iy Doforat Mong Contois Melody Barr OetrU Ford, Has Annual Awards Meeting A '" '
Phone 461-H I" 2- Jay Archey John McMillan,:, ,

Condolence./ .. Amanda Matthew Rowland.Mullu, Paul 3-Jason Pnlliips Mc-, On June 8, the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary bad their aDlll awards din } '

CuUougn.4-Ton Hersey.5-JenniTer ner meeting, at which tune the Auxiliary presented Bradford Hospital Ad- ';,
Sympathy is extended to the family Darley. ministrator Tun RearicK with a check tn toe amount of W.OOO aa the Aux-
and friends of Mrs. Annie Owen ALL A's and B'lr 1=ronya Brown, Uiary't donation to the Hospital for 1988. \\w 11:1.+\ ,1/
who died recently. Christina Crawford, Cbrutina Carmichael First Vice President Mrs. Linda Kay Johns presided over the meeting ",/f.;' j
Sympathy also goes to relatives the absence of the present Mrs. Rose McConnell. +
Pat Kame Devotions were ; '
Flanagan, Lee, given Dy J j',
and friends of Mr. John Clarence .
died June ''Jason Loveli, Jessica Marshall, Mrs.R.Meng. Special guests included Mrs. Mary Fagan,Alacnua General ,'\JI'\. :
Ayars who 12. Hospital Auxiliary President and Mrs.ELate : .
Crystal Murphy, En Scoggins. Bell, committee chairman 01' I, ,.$i;,
Visitors/ Roberts Searcy, Jassy Starting the' AGH Auxiliary, along with Mr. Reanck. ,\,, I, I
Melody Youngblood, Daniel Davis Thanking the Auxiliary for this generous gift; Mr. Reartck assured the, '.';, /,
David, Teresa and Matthew Dyal Joey Rowe, Jimmy Coleman, Roger Airaiians that the work required to raise these funds was certainly ap- I
former Hampton Lake residents, Underwood. 2-RODert Broome preciated, and that the money would purchase stress-testing equipment. j
spent from June 11 ,to June 18 Alicia Crosley. Hannah Ford, Used to determine cardiac strength the treadmill' EKG machine and ,:,; 'I I "
visiting in the area.They spent sometime Branch Hall, Amanda Meng Peter monitor could have benefited 250 patients last year at Bradford Hospital "1
with their parents, Mr. and Knipp Clint Morgan. 3-Alicia UnW this tune such patients have bad to go to Gainesville or Jacksonville "'I f

Mrs. Nate Dyal of Hampton Lake Baker, Christopher Gibbs Shaun for this testing. ... .
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+ and Mr.and Mrs. Leland Knepper of Muse Randee Varnum. 4-Angela The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary -a' Crystal Lake. Before returning to Meng. Charlotte Smith. S-Cnnstma tuber with a fund-raising-ttockhat the ArtIl'eabvaJ, the Christmas; Bazaar '
; their home in Houston Tx., Teresa ,Broome, Missy Brown Tracey McCuliougn. in November, and the Christmas Tea for employees in December. April I'I,,
attended a Shands Hospital Ethics e- lisa Sierra AvUes continued with the food booth at the County Fair,and the Ice cream social '., ,
p i Committee Meeting in Orlando Kim Wilson, Stacy Young Billie Jo in May honoring National Hospital Week. tin t\\t'', I
Mullis Dena Radford. closing, Mr. Reanck remarked about all the demands upon Amman's ''
Bridal Showers... PERFECT AfrCNOANCK for tune, including home, family and church yet they stilt make the time to /, ,,i.: f
the entire school work at the hospital to serve their communityThese efforts are deeply .
Miss Rutnie Underwood of year: Joshua ap :I'J,'
Hampton -
\ Lake honored Meng Joey Rowe pat Flanagan, preciated by the Board, medical staff, and employees the hospital. ::
was on Saturday Jassy Starling Clay Archey Trent service awards were given out by Mrs. Bernadine Early and Mrs. Elsie ', ,I'I" .
afternoon, 4, with a bridal
Reeder. .
Recognized first '
Jones Amanda Meng, Danny Wig- were those charter members -Ef:0: + "
shower given by friends at the Elam fie Carter ;
,Anna Fobs, Marguerite Hall and Peggy Shaller who also "
gIna, Hope Archey. Christopheribbs. is an : .'
Baptist Fellowship Hall in Melrose. :
.Melissa Kyle Jenny, Johnson. Honorary Member. Auxilians with the highest accumulated hours were /'', l ''
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Saturday June 4 Miss ? ( ;
evening Mrs. Early with 13,500,Mrs.Johns with 10,500Mrs.. McGee with and ; ,'
Timmy May, Denver Oehl Bobby ; 8,300, :" : :
Underwood was honored with a 1' ''
Mrs. Reddish S 000. I I'. '}', .
Howard James Rhoden Howard / I J
bndal MR. le'M
shower Michelle
given by Bob re Introduced the '
Smith Cam Jones and Chi'isBrown. ,, Candy Stripers in attendance'i': s ,
Holder at her home in Starke. :
Melissa Starling. Nancy, Wilson
Wall and Tracy Slocum. The : I

Birthdays Celebrated./ ., ", '- -- teenagers Mrs. Wuma have Jean volunteered Terry asked 1,14111oun.Mrs. Marguerite Hall to step to the ", 'l';

On June 8, Paul,Fran and Eugene podium, where she was presented with the rose centerpiece. a token of I, .,' I .
Itl''''. and Mrs. Dale Locke ,.. Meng were honored with a birthday Ruthle Underwood her nomination to Honorary Membership status. Mrs. Hall was given a ',:\::. :,,
dinner given at Fran's Hampton standing ovation by the group. "
I The Lockes Receive Masters Showers HonoreeOn i I .
Lake home. Fran and Paul are now The installation of the 1988-89 officers was conductd by Mr. Rearlck. I ',''(,!\I'' ';,
from 67, while Eugene is only 33 years of Saturday afternoon June 4, Those elected were: Mrs. Johns-president Mrs. Terry-first vice i ',; ,: ',
,Degrees Theological SeminaryRev agel 'Miss Rutnie Underwood of Hampton -resident;; Mrs.'R. Ruckdeschei-second vice president; Mrs. D. Meng'J' ,I" 1,', l.
Other June birthdays include; Lake June 24 bnde-elect of Larry recording secretary; ,Mrs. E. Griffin-corresponding secretary:. and Mrs. :. '"
,'and Mrs.; Dale LOCKE received Redgrave and,Mrs. Edna'Wells of June l-Karen Waldron; ,,2-Chad Feltner was honored at a Reddish-treasurer. ,
their Masters Degrees on May 22 Starke; He was the grandson ot the. Smith Samantha Truman; miscellaneous bndal shower Mr. Reanck. who will soon leave to assume the position of assistant administrator -' ,' ,'
from Asbury Theological Seminary late Mrs. Snellie Hall of Starke. Dale 3-Hershel Waldron; 4-Jason This shower held at the Elam!: at AGH said he would always remember Starke, Bradford ,(' ((1-1, !t t, !, ;
in Wumore KentuCkyBeth received the Master of Drvmity at Flanagan; 5-Alex Kircnaine, Edna Baptist Church in Melrose, was Hospital and the Auxiliary. He expressed the hope that Auxthans would ,";:s"' "'" I, H
'liS the daughter of Mr andMrs. Asbury and holds a B.A. Degreed Knepper, Bernardo Baez, Richard hosted by Wanda Coyle, Edith Duncan continue their work, with lots of room for opportunity. He said be bad en'i'. ;('':'\\1', :,r';, ';
Bill Moore ot Uaihart, from Palm Beach Atlantic College in Tyler; 8--Joyce Meng Kent; Sylvia Woods Dot Cawthorn joyed working with the Axuihary the past two years. .. '!, ',:':\, ,': :
received her degree In Arts and West Palm Beach. 10-David Tidwell Harold Mitchell Gerry Jackson and Virgie Simmons. ..{II cll'('>V'' ',,(:'
Religion. She holds a B.S. Degree Rev. LocKe was ordained the John Meng; 11-Randall Smith; The fellowship hall was decoratedwith "('t.:", ;,\ y, I
from Texas Tech University, > Florida Methodist Conference in 12-Roger Underwood; 14-Lucinda bndal motifs. Centering the COMMUNITY, NEWS, - - ,"'I lil\.( \" i,
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May of 1987 and has l been assigned Morris; 15-Kimberly Wilson; refreshment table was a decorated :
Dale is the son of Mr.'and;: Mrs. I as Associate Pastor i of the First 16-lan Marney. ,cake, fruit punch and an assortmentof Dual Day Celebration.., message will be Rev. Sidney Hardy .
Brad Locke of West Palm Beach and United Methodist Church in Stuart snacks. .
Pastor of
The' Greater Allen Chapel Church Sr.t Shiloh: Metropolitan '
the nephew '.of Mrs. Carolyn, Fa 2500 member church. Hampton Elementary Mrs. Ruth Underwood, mother of family will celebrate Dual Day Church in Jacksonville. All
,the bnde, was an honored guest at
Awards Ceremony'On the Shower.< SundayFathers Day and Men's members and friends are invited to

Thursday evening, June':'2. 1 Day at'' 11 a.m., Delivering the attend the services., ,
Church Chatter .. ..... 1 presenteiIcetificates Miss Ruthie Underwood --
-- -- """- -=-':"- """- Principal Mary Ann Kyle was "
for Honor Roll and, honored with a bndal shower on
God special achievement earned by Saturday evening, June 4, given at
Sampson Church of students during the 1987-88 school the Mimosa Dnve home of Mrs. Cyn; ( 7.Gift

Highland, Baptist Begins',Single Ministry/ / year. tnia Banner, Assisting in hostessing
ALL' A'S' Knsten the shower was Michelle Holder the J" "
Vacation Bible Kindergarten, .;
rue City Church God
,School June 20:24' will/. begin Sampson a new ministry for singles of Bradley McMillan''Juston''Brad. Muse Hart' ,Matilda Julie bnde-elect's Guests were maid greeted of honor.upon arrival I V 'C ur/4 : 'J .D. 9(.: : ',. .

18 and older. The
years lirst meeting ,
be Rhoden Amanda Townsend, Brian by a banner proclaiming 'Best "
Vacation Bible School will at ,
win be June 17 at 7:30: \
: p.m. Lotti Grade l-Nuuu Baker Nena WIShes Ruthie'. The party room I Sftk.o'rvr'fd i Cp'-Ctitt' I' :;
Highland Baptist Church on JOt There will be a'' guest speaker, \. ,\.;!':''!>'I,"'"
North of Lawtey June 20-24 irom was decorated with wedding bells, :>Slccessoriv> Qot&JicctnisAren't "'
gourmet \ '
followed I by good fellowship, prayer balloons and floral bouquets. Miss totfytos \Ir'fy; ,
7-9:15: p.m. nightly. Registration will and refreshments Anyone 'I(" '
be Friday, June 17 tram 7-8 interested Underwood was presented with a. Glad He's Your Dad? ''f/C.'
p.m. is cordially invited to at' "; ,d ,, ,' ,
Everyone is welcome. tend. For more ,mlormation"" call corsage.The refreshment table 'covered Fathers Day Specials I ,";,"J"" '"'', "

964-4727t 964-8254 Or 7823626. with a pink and lavender cloth, was Ail Gourmet Food 1/2 Price iJ'1
centered with a cake decorated With ,Ju Mustard..t In Cakes.. Candy.-Coffee-etc;. fr-. .r.: : -:.'r> ,..': r ;
wedding nngs and bells.A.varwty ot time..yrnr unusual \I Y'dlsh': .:" ,''h i \;'
,. .. .. 4GP1e+ittNaBoM" -HoOYC>fl7' ., l" /
'" sandwiches and foods > '; I ; ,,'
",hack wer.e, 4.,Personal'Service froUI"'Co LYnMC"a' '.
4 served. Lay-aways Welcome ,
Always Free Olft Wra ; .'

Three-Way Calling does: "What's Up Doc?" SCU W CJJlS'e.! ,A Specialty Gift Shop """ ",':" -,'::'I..:,":',"'
Starkt "
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Come to the Bradford Public, 'I'"I" )
with double-talk. .Library this week and find out.June \'li.I.' : ; 'r
away 16 kicks off the summer reading program ',--'! "" .') ,\
and is celebrated with Clowns- ' ;'
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at-large (presented by the Friends ,
of the Library), balloons, games and Jac : TD1MfDto'5" ; }:

fun.Books '!
'can provide a magical / :. ,;t: \(/.'." :\',:
journey into learning and entertainment .'''''''1'{' ''''
I and your public library is just :::: ''I, rI"f''""r.>;,"'lI""t. '1
,', ,
the right ticket Mysteries and math ..- '.1",1" .:,1/" ':.' '
suspense and spelling- nave it
G ilp : ,
.. June 21, all the bunnies who "
',\t;,, uLd'm, 'y? hop in for the program will enjoy Practice limited tor, ;4 "

{',' i', 4 gg"t% making and racing Hare Wnodmi's "
; 'tP u m '
,' ,',, 1P special bunny boats. Older children Orthodontics
'''','<1 "("" Will be charmed by a memorable ,
". "" \'Jtj t.I'\ : W it demonstration of pet grooming on
: ': t.I'iJW')\ :" d June 23, courtesy of PAWS.So .
., ,'". join us and spend an enchanting -' '
.,',,\: : fun-filled summer. at the 603 Call St. ((904)Starke )
'> library because.,..' .
'r',": {ljt.. ,There's Magic in Books> 964-2866
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: .I. JIM SMITH. Secretary of State of the State of Florida do hereby give

notice that a GENERAL ELECTION.will be held in BRADFORD COUNTY

State of Florida on the First Tuesday after the First Monday in

November A.D., 1988, the said Tuesday being the Eighth day of'

f '- ,,;.' ; S November to fill or retain the following offices: ,, '

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r 1 J ,/,," :-f\:\>t'\\\'t\\-\1 !. I'j' '. President and Vice President of the United States
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s "t;'''' I'.W ''i. r'Q,1h( \ ;:'::
,' ,:' United States Senator
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('\" '..;" [ ''.';'.::';\\I!) ,,'\',',1,'. Representative Congress for the 2nd Congressional District
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,',, ( ,, ."j"\'I'" \ \{' "' Secretaryof State
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RETENTION of Two Justices of the Florida Supreme Court

;" RETENTION of District Court of Appeal Judges 1st DCA. 3 Judges
,. Circuit, Court Judges 8th Circuit, Groups 1 and 7 '

That means: ; r County Court Judges Groups None

You can make a lunch date with your two best friends and be sure ** State Attorney 8th Circuit -

all of you can make it. < < Public Defender 8th Circuit

You can hold a conference with your child's teacher. and principaland I ,* State Senators for the following Senatorial Districts: 5, ,

get the full report. Members of the State House of Representatives for the following. House

You can chat with ''your mom and.mother-in-law so good news is a Districts:.13 and 21 '

'family affair. : Clerk of the Circuit Court

You can negotiate with your real estate agent and the prospective ;. "v. ". ., .'' Sheriff- ,',, .

buyer to keep the deal moving along. ';, ; ','I'' .; ; 'PropertyAppral er'' ..,....'.'' '

You' can talk to two people at-the same time and not have to callback Tax Collector ''

.. and forth and back'again. Superintendent of Schools ,

Thr C \\V yCalling.Savesthetroubleofsayingittwice. 'y Supervisor of Elections ,
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Members of the Board of County Commissioners'Districts 1,3,5
''.-I' .<,:'.'/i '''Y. ";,'-' \:v", ;, ..:. ,. ':, ,V'ni'i'1'i':"" ".'.::rrr',1.,; .<<'j'f;",:i >:':.{',' ('lI "\":: Members of the School Board, Districts 3 and 4 ,
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; ', .. .,'" >' :)1.v.'.. Bradford County Soil and Water Conservation District Groups 2 and
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', InTestimony.Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the

CENTEL Great Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee The Capitol this the

26th day of May A.D.. 1988. i
Jim Smith. Secretary of State
Where people Connect c"'J.ol. '-nM&.ieaa .




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( t Legal Notices June II, 1988 TELEGRAPH" I Ii'

'I' satisfy Execution. Sole will be w ,AGAINST HIM Lindner Smith Jr. .
|ect to Residence
any existing Hen Unknown. 836 Riverside
: ( Avenue .
No.11."'" CA
:' I,' DOLPH E.: REDDISH YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Jacksonville, Fl 32204 CASE NO. 88-SI-CPi, An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
,, LaW SUPPLY CORPORATION DIvMonCV-C" ,, ': SHERIFF OF BRADFORD foreclose a Purchase Money First Mortgage Telephone: ((904)) 394-1990 13932IN land Use Plan Element and
';'1. 1 d/b/a S.ocoail Supply. COUNTY FLORIDA and Note on the following proper 6/9 2tchg 6/16 RE: The Estate of Map by City of Starke, Florida 'In accordance
Plaintiff, 5/26 4tctig 6/16 ty In BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida: Control 0739 MAUDE S. FIELDS, with the local Government Comprehensive
.... Control l 0718 Lot 1 of Block Iin White Acres Subdlvltlon Deceased Planning Act of 1975 os -
4 a*recorded In Plat Book 2, page 73 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, for In provided
HARLAN L, LUTHER .tc., -I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Chapter 163 of the Florida
,'" i Defendant, NOTICE OF'INTENTION of the public record of Bradford County EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR The administration of the Estate of Statutes.TO .

hoe been
\" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I FICTITIOUS NAME against you RICHARDD. PROBATE DIVISION 88-S1-CP, I I. pending the Circuit Court, Interested persons. '
', i Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford, PURSUANT to Section 865.09 Florida DANIEL CUDDINGTON.CUDDINGTON a/k/a DEBRA RICHARD ANN CASE NO. 88- 8.CP for Bradford County Florida, Probate You and each of you ore hereby and
' ; j. Statute, notice I I. hereby that the ; FILE NO. 1.3929 Division, the address of which Is Bradford herewith given notice In accordance
\If \ County Florida, undw and by .virtu ale'' given CUDDINGTON; BETTY JO WARREN, IN RE: ESTATE OF
Ii'!, Writ of Execution heretofore (Issued undersigned, James F. Smith Rt. I, Box .LEONARD County Courthouse, Starke, Florida, with Florida Statutes that the Board of
i:' I' of the above-entitled Court. In out the, 146. Raiford Flo. 32083. sole owner dosing > f/k/a BETTY, W. BALDWIN IF LIVING, Deceased.ERASTUS WALLACE, ;32091 City Commissioners of Starke, Florida,

I I" above-styled eou... have levied business' under the firm name of AND IF DECEASED HER UNKNOWN NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTo The name and addresses of the personal hove designated the Starke Zoning and
, ; I the i following situate, upon JAMA PRODUCTIONS. Rt. I. Sex 146, SPOUSE, HEIRS DEVISEES. GRANTEES, all representative and the personal Planning Board to conduct a public hear
property lying claims
, I I and being In Bradford County, Florida Ralford. Fie. 32083. Intend to register CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES demands against persons the having above estate and or representatives attorney are set forth ing at a regular meeting held at 7:00:
" old fictitious CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR below In
I lo-wlt; nom. under the aforesaid all other persons Interested In the p.m City Commission meeting
A parcel of land containing 1.14 statute. AGAINST HER, and you are required to estate. AH. Interested persons or. required to room of Starke City Hall Slarke, Florida
'I more or less, and lying In that portion acres of Doted this 25th day of May 1988, In. serve a copy of your written defenses! If YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON. on Thursday, June 30, 1988 and make a
I the South V4. of Southwest 1/4 of Bradford County, any to It on LAWRENCE J. BERNARD ESQUIRE administration of the estate of LEONARD THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS!! recommendation to the City of'' Slorke' ,
5/26 Plaintiff attorney whose ad- NOTICE: (I) all claims Commissioners and the Board .
Southeast 1/4 North of State In'' 4tpd 6/16 ERASTUS WALLACE Deceased Cote against the estate will consider
" ... ""'.Jq'',t ;tfioctlon 23 Township 6 South Rood Range 16.22 Control 0714 d,." If 2O64 Park Street, Jacksonville, 88-48-CP and File 13929. I I. pending In and ((2)) any objection by an Interested on Tuesday July 19, 1988, ol the)(
'I : East, Bradford County laid Florida 32204: an or before July 8, 1988, the Circuit Court of Bradford County, person to whom notice was mailed that same .old place at 7:30 p.m. an'Or' *'
, more particularly described; parcel being and file the original with the Clerk of Florida, Probate Division' the address of challenges the qualifications of the personal dlnance relating to:
,\ Commence at the concrete a* follows: PUBLIC AUCTION ,this Court either before service on which I I. Bradford County Courthouse, representative-venue, or )Jurisdiction Th. rezoning of following describe
"', '" located at the Northeast monum.nt of aid NOTICE I la hereby given that on Mon Ploltlffs'' attorney or Immediately Attention; Probate, Post Office Drawer of the Court. ed property and amending the Comprehensive
',' South % of Southwest 1/4 corner of day June 20 1988 at 10:00) a.m. the thereafter;: otherwise, a default will be 8, Starfce. Florida 32091. The name and' ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT land Use Plan to provide
Southeast undersigned Gator Inc. entered agoln.t'you for the relief SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BARRED, that 'land currently zoned R1C-1
''J y: 1/4 and run South. 89 degree 1647" Frelghtways of the personal representative's .
S Wet, along the ,will tell at public auction for cash at 2600 demanded' In the complaint or petition. attorney Is set forth below 'Publication of this notice has begun on' }esld.ntial and designated by the plan
,l',1' i '! "thoreof. 260.62 feet Northerly boundary Lloyd Rd.,,Jacksonville; WITNESS my hand and the teal of this All persons having claim or demand June 9. 1988.Attorn.y os Residential, low' density, be rezoned
to an Iran pipe for 'one lot of Court on May 27 for Personal la B-3, and designated Commercial ,the
Point of Beginning. canopy assembly consignedto 1988.GILBERT against the estate are required WITHIN
;" From Point of thus detcrltK The OCT Group, 2ephyrhlll, Flatone S. BROWN THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Representative: property of GARY ENNIS. described as1'
ad .continue South Beginning 89 >',. lot of, batteries, consigned toAlbertsop As Clerk of the Court FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to R. A. Green P.A. follows Parcel 03122-0-00000, Lola t, 2,,
I, ':. West, along sold dogr",16'.7 *, Venice, Flog I By Cathy HlgginbotharnAt file with the clerk for the above court a' :P.O. Box 1206 3, t 4 'of Blk,,25 of Original Town Of.
,." .229.67 feet to Iron Northerly boundary to satisfy freight and storage charges, Deputy Clerk written statement of any claim or demand Starke, Fl. 32091 Storke210"x10S' acre), East Madison
'" 0 degree OS'St" East pipe, ; thence South under the provision of Section 4 (b) of 6/2 4lchg 6/23 they may have. Each claim must ((904)) 964-6491 St., between Church Cherry Streets to
parallel with the
E Uniform Standard Bill of Control 0727 be Personal Representative: i use for highway commercial business,
/ + Easterly boundary of told North 'A, Lading. In writing and must indicate the basis
t i i 228.9: feet to an Iron pipe on the Nor Gator Freightway for the claim the name and address of HAZEL FIELDS GREEN compatible with surrounding area
therly boundary of the R/W of State Pro 13-249373 the creditor, his agent or attorney and 1329 N. Raiford Rd. You ore further given NOTICE that a

Rood 16; thence North 83 degree 17'2S": Pro 14-810774 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD ,the amount claimed. If the claim I* contlngent Storke, Ft,32091 copy'of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
Control ': ((904)) 964-5040 available for your Inspection at the office
East, 'along told COUNTY FLORIDA or unliquidated, the nature of
Northerly boundary 6/9 2tchg 6/16 of the Director of Zoning and Planning
231.19 feet to an Iron thence PROBATE DIVISIONFile the uncertainty shall be stated. If the
:. 0 degrees OS1 56".West pipe,;parallel North withaforesaid Number 88,S3-CP claim I I. secured, the security shall be > Control 0733 209. N. Thompson Street City Hall"
., ,
i Easterly boundary 204.80 feet ,IN RE: ESTATE OF described. The claimant ,shall deliver
'. t to the Point of Beginning: IN THE CIRCUIT'' COURT, EIGHTH EVELYN 0, RYALS. sufficient copies of the claim to the clerk, Each and every person having any Inn
a* the property of the above-named JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD Pec....... to enable the clerk to moil one copy to terest whatever In the enactment of thisproposed
,- Defendant and that FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION'.The the personal representative.All .ORDINANCE should opp..rand
the l
on 21*t day ol PUBLIC be
SALE heard at the time end
: June, 1988 ,CASE NO. 88-108-CA administration of the estate of persons Interested In the estate to plate'
Tuesday at 2:00: ) on told day
on the of the DIVISION, Evelyn D Ryolt, detected, File Number whom, a copy of this Notice of Administration FOR SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER prescribed., .
premise Bradford
\ County One ((1)) used 240 Tlmberack| Skldd.r, ,BOARD OF CITY
Circuit Court has been mailed required
Sheriff Office, I will offer for tale and FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE 1 ending In the are
Bradford 'with 28.1x26 first, ID 84S223. Sale Date OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS
tell to the ASSOCIATION, a corporation, County Florida. .
highest bidder for coh. In
i :).:" hand, above-described Plaintiff, Division the address of which It 925 N.Temple THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF June 20,1988. By Darrell O Neat
property atth ,.:.ITIMBERJACK' INC.. Director,Storks
Avenue, Starke; Florida. The THIS NOTICE, to file any objections ,S' Zoning
vs .
;" property of the told Defendant to .d/b/0 FORESTRY MACHINERY ,! ,: I Planning _
' and addresses of the they have that challenge the validity
\ RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON'etc.. et of.( names personal may '. '
: :: .
,' of the decedent's the 'COMPANY 'I :/ \; Hchg6/l6
Defendant representative and the personal will qualification :/ r ,
. \ : NOTICE OF ACTION representatives attorney are set forth of the personal' representative, or 1S40 South Walnut, ,,' (,,.. x,:",',; ',.' ,,f I ",, ', .,Contro10743
,\.,'', 'I r FREE: TO' PATRICK J. BALDWIN IF LIVING. below. the venue or jurisdiction of the court. ', ', Highway 301 South: I 1(1,1( :, ;; :f': :) -

''I ::1'1 ) '" AND IF DECEASED, HIS UNKNOWNSPOUSE All Interested person ore required to ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT < Storke, Florida 32091692tchg616' ..,.. .''I:...,iSIWJ4Viit'! ,.;\ ,,,f.t' .

t "GODS WORD .CREDITORS, ?, AND ,ALL OTHER PARTIES OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Publication of this notice has begun on Control 0131 ""Behavior is the finest
claim the June 9. 1968.ATTORNEY '" .
HOME NOTICE: ((1)) all again estate I '
BIBLE STUDYThe and ((21 any objection by art Interested FOR PERSONAL. REPRESENTATIVE % of. the i,fine,arts.'i'%
Bible Course I la taught irt your' person on whom this. notice Is served .
home free of'charge. STARKE that challenges the ..olldltyof the will,, JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE
the qualifications of th. personal 405 West Georgia Street,
This I lea non-denominational/ study 'CHURCH OF GOD, representative, venue, or (jurisdiction of, Storke,, Florida 32091 REQUEST FORBIDS
based The City of tawtey will' be bids
ditty! on what'thus saithjf: the court. Telephone ((904)) 964. 667 taking
422 N. ST. CLAIR9645445 to secure building 'located Mid-

APOSTOLIC TRUTH U:>.a John Spratlin. PastorWe SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED, 1 E. WALLACE Center dleburg). Road ,(Lawtey Recreational' 7a&OTGNA .'

I Invite you to worship with us. Publication of this Notice has begunon 1845 Biscayne, Blvd. For more Information, contact Marvin
782-3303 Rossville. Go.30741
Attended Nursery June 9, 1988.Personal Representative: ,6/9 2tchg 6/16 Rosier at 904)) 964.2471/, ,

Rev; Emmett BrightTo Sunday School ;....;'.. lOam Richard John Ryals Control!>1 0734, 3tchg 6/16-30
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Morning Worship
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Crime and Deliquency Council


Sets Awards Banquet June 24 ,

An annual Awards Banquet for the of Directors.
Florida Council on Crun and Delinquency The Florida Council on dim and
is scheduled for June 24, to Delinquency was chartered by the
be held at the Reception and Medical State of Flonda In 1964 as a non profit
Center training building. 'LaKe corporation dedicated to promoting
Butler high professional standards
From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m is a training and an educated citizenry in the field
session, to be conducted by David of criminal justice.
Bnerton, Deputy Secretary of DOC FCCD has an interest m improving -
and Inspector Bill Beardsley. the functioning of the entire
From 9 to<:30 p.m. u scheduled a criminal justice system its educational
social hour with dinner set for 6:30 programs are designed to
At 7:30: a guest speaker will enter foster an interchange between professionals
tam guests followed by presentation in law enforcement, the
rr ,r .i..._. .. ;", )'IoOot of Distinguished Service Awards courts and corrections a* well as'
.r and announcement of the new Board citizen volunteers.

Straight A's at Starke.. ...

TbcM hit and ecood grade itudenU. at Starke Elementary made straight A'. John Le'retqve. Brandon Prev tl, ChrUOe Cotta, Shelly KarczewiKoehler. Aaan" c;

an their report card for the final six week grading period. .Melissa. .....terl. Marie Blackburn Aaron ChJa.... Nicbole Miller .

From left bright on the front row Jeutea Baldree,Nancy 1111 Jebran,Nicole Brine Kelly Eric Reddish Mont Mahoney Brand loot,Diptl Paid and Matt.Pivateri. ;:;;;...

,Warren Lorraine Curtner,hairy Coza. Aaron Woodfln Derek Gaines.Jason .
.JaMM Prevatt, Lee lUrrU,Will Hartley, Macy Stephen. Jennifer On the third row from left to rlgbU Carrie Thompson Chris Kinney Andy The first known magnets were hard black x-fone; called loadston .
Roantree Lataih Dean, Angela Ray Krbten Walnwrlght Catherine Vlckery Brown An< Dewltt Bettenon and Paul Lee. William, Cae Bedwell Brad Chapman TUany RaUIff and Chris Cox.:: ,

On the second row Erin Luke,Hope Paterson Jeff Barber Matthew Crew.,, DemetritM Drives, Morgan FUland Eric Reddish were atxent. I

I' Lawtey Buys New Firetruck Dr. Lee A. Brueyannounces

l,.hief. Jurdan bald the l..hevrolet ....
Buster Rahn
i BCT by Staff Writer back in service, and the Ford Will be Summer Classes the openingof
returned to service later this week
'The Lawtey City Council openedbids
for a new fire truck Monday, tier Building..., Begin June 20,
June 6, and approved the purchase
of a unit from the lowest bidder, Mayor Rosier said he has been .Last.Six Weeks Animal
Kenwortn FMC of Tampa. able to get only two bids for repairsto Large
Kenworth bid 469,981. ottering a the Rec Building,and continues to Ballet Tap Ballroom
unit equipped to meet bid specifications .seek a third bid. Veterinary
on a Ford chassis and diesel Since a call tor bids has not been Dancing. its best! .
engine. advertised, the council decided to Practice
Dowhng Fire, Equipment :Co., begin again by advertising for bids.
Ocala submitted a bid for $71,500which The building has been a subject of For More Information Call 473-7757'

was thrown out., since it didnot discussion by the council for the past
meet speculations tor a 1,000 year, ,with repeated vandalism'
gal. tank. negating improvements to the facUlty Call Now For Appointment 4737962Father's

American Eagle, Gainesville;submitted ,
f a bid ol $175,962 which was w
not seriously considered, since it
was not only high, but the companydid
not otter terms requested by the
council. '

The Kenwortn bid offered two pay
ment plans, either 10 percent or 20
percent down, and payment of the
balance over 7 to 10 years. .
v Mayor',Marvin Rosier said, *"We
can altord it," recommending the Day
town pay 20 percent down, and
amortizing the remainder over a 7'

year penod.'at 7.2 percent interest. *T t... IPI.... c-.s lune 25
Councilman Buster Bennett moved / .,
to implement the mayor's recommendation
; and the motion passed aXLta CHAR-BROIL
40. "
""Volunteer, Fire DepartmentVFD
3/8" Cordless Double'Burner
( > members' the unsung"heros ,
of this community and county
,today," said Mayor Rosier. "It it -" Drill Gas' Grill ..
''were not for Lawtey Volunteer Fire1'
Department, I would'have lost a = Professional quality. Lightweight and ,,230 sq.'in'. cooking area. Features
1\\. trailer to a. lire ,thiS past month, powerful. Recharges in 3 hours. 600. warming rack, dual burner, front
rhey saved it for me." ( RPM. Features overload protector and side shelves and broil-view r+lt

\, Mayor Rosier paid special tribute i.1vii 'Includes recharges;;-M6010DWK' window. 24,000 BTU, #5536,
to Butch Jordan, the first fire chief,'
who provided leadership to get the
VFD started. He also mentioned $ 99 '"
''"Spud' Massey, Russell Miscallynand :SPECIAL, 795Drawer .t 1 SPECIAL $'119 99'a ,

-BIll Crouse as filling the fire PRICE PRICE'' ; !
chief position in subsequent years,
,. and each doing an outstanding job
,Judy Miscally said in the beginning.
t', Butch Jordan signed a personal Ems''TIIR. BUCX&DECKER I"
..' note at the banK to get financing for '" .,.." .,- :
;", the fire fighters.,Later on, Russell -- Tool ChestDrawers 18" Hedge Trimmer
MIscaUy,a Jacksonville fireman living .
In Lawtey was able to get a open fully on both aides and automatically Features double-edge blades wrap-around handle
.. ,, lor control and powerful 2 6 motor #8134
Jacksonville for + lock when lid Is down. Grey/red baked enamel hush easy, amp.
fire truck Lawtey.'
Sturdy steel handles. 26" W x 13'/i"; \ ,O x 13" H.
and VFD officers signed a note for it.: SSR200 '
Mayor Rosier said the residents of -.:=!I. $3899'SPECIAt.
Lawtey should be grateful to those Cg99 PRICE
who have served as volunteer fire
I,S"' ''fighters. '
Councilman Bill Crouse said the WEED; EATER*. _
local VFD has contributed to the fire Genuine Leather -' I. Gas Trimmer/
rating being reduced from 10 to 7, a
substantial savings In fire insurance Hand Tool Holder ,Edger

rates for local residents. Holds most frequently-used tools Including hammer ,:2-cycle:: 22 2 cc engine with adjustable assist handle
The current Lawtey fire truck is a f and 16'-30'tape, rule. Belt fits 30"",6" waist. #2019( and Tap-N-Goa automatic line advance. 15" cutting '
1958 model bought irom the City of path. #XR2OSPECIAL '

Jacksonville. some six years, ago., SPECIAL PRICESERVlltTAjR. $999 'i PRICE $;,7999

'Truck ,Sale:.,
The council opened two bids for an

old dump truck no longer wanted by, ..] Chrome'-cased SERVlCtTAftHeavy-Duty Cordless'' fr
bid Y
the town.I Thornton Salvage '
$350.25.,Mayor Rosier bid $475; The / :. "' '3/4", x '25'Tape,Rule Grass Shears

of the two bids was accepted '
higher +vi Automatic tape features ultra-rigid epoxy-coaled 'Trims up to 50 minutes on full charge.Comes with
by the council. Cssr R steel blade with two-color blade markings: and blade-: ': battery charger and safety lock iwHch. EGS-1
) Crouse moved to accept the bid, locking action. IF325,
contingent on the, Mayor accepting _- ,$ !!!99 $ 99
another old truck as a gift, to get it
,r. moved. That old truck had been in- ''y' "'..,, SPECIAL PRICE ., SPECIAL PRICE IfII.IfII{; :

i eluded in the call for bids, but no one t twAtlim. <
'.: bid it
j In the end, CityAttorney Johnny 'Cordless Heavy-Duty p
-: Hobos advised Mayor Rosier not to Screwdriver' Power Painter'"
''accept the old truck, even though the
Features durable metal gear housing for long life and Handles difficult Jobs like shingles,siding stucco1
:' town have to someone s
may pay
extended nose piece'for hard-to-reach Jobs. Includes' s .i brick.Adjustable spray control, new lifetime ceramic,
it.Mayor Rosier replied, "Don'tworry. double-ended bit and. wall mount charger. #9018, spray,tip. Easy, to use. #220

I had no intention of moving $4799
old I wouldn't touch witha 84"
the truck. it
ten foot pole.' i, SPECIAL PRICE mm" ;w SPECIAL PRICE

Lonely Vigil... ''o'N: A DELTA
When Mayor Rosier took 01 lice, he 1" Belt SanderA

told residents that City Hall "will remain ,' ii1 Gift Set sander grinder:sharpener and buffer In one.:Power

open'' on Saturdays to ac. Includes 6*slip joint plier, 10" groove-lock pher and take-off on motor for mounting accessory flex shaft
comodate those wno can't there '" with attachments drum ,
0'- get ? 8" adjustable wrench. Vinyl grips. #86-100 sanding rotary filing.
V during the week" (31-050

Clerk Queen Robinson told the w{ $"4,99 $ A99
,\ council that no one is using the service ,, a v fhb 'SP E CIAL PRIC E V A6
\ SPECIAL; : PRICE; !! ,-
\ and.requested approval to \ ..... 4 71J1f1
/" ." discontinue the Saturday service.
!t: Robinson said occasionaly someone American Hardware Supply Company
of Individual dealers may hmt quantities.' u an UM your SERVISTAR Citdil Cut fl ., ,,
will stop In on Saturday, but most "
Individual dealers. may not stock afl.items ,rparticipating stores
the time residents drop water
Some stores may restrict"items to ".. "
': payments in the. drop-box and never cash" and carry terms only w
come in.Bennett.
agreed that if being open '

:,: served no purpose, the practice mayas '
.' well be discontinued: Councilmen +
:l' Bill Crouse and ,Emmett Bright
E agreed and' the'service will be SERVlltTAR ACME HARDWARE &
7 halted.

Sheriff Reddish... BUILDERS SUPPLY' r-;

Sheriff Dolph Reddish loaned the
'town a police car for five dayssI 301 East Call Street -' '! p

\. recently, while both of'Lawtey's' We : '
( : .. cars were out of service. can help < ''
', JS; .
?.I,; Chief of Police M.M. Jordan and -STARKE : i!
., Mayor Rosier expressed apprecia- I j ':IH r ';':
;::1-: don to Sheriff Reddish for the loan of ',' ",r1\\,;}\. !: :. '
-', n "' l ". ,!.., :
; a vehicle. : -"' ''''h"M' 11 j
1 '>'< ;, \ .: .',1 I'1"\; ,, "
Rosier observed, "Lawtey .I. )
., Mayor I I,1',1' ::" : J'r, ,, "' f"wt't:\ ':' :" .:" '; \" ,, 1"\'i'\ ."" ', '; ; ) .\' ,
trouble when tne police \ '" m. ; >> 1Vt\\\ \' I''' t'.\ '
is in big '
: ,
i I' don't have a car to drive.'' ( : ,, ; ', :, I' /:, :,; .1"1'; ';, ', ;-/


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, I Highly Competitive ,Season Winds Down in Softball Recreational League


tttt following result are from Wells Chev. 10 Smyrna 6 each. the plate. 1for2.'i':I'
recreational softball action in Starke C.Carpets 5 S. Stars'4 Jr.Boys 9-Ch. of God 7 1.forK. Harrison was "
Wells Chevrolet
from last got 10 runs oft of
AirPark 7 Jr.Stars 5 21 hits and won 10-6 in a'June 13 Northside 17 DuPont 2 Country Carpets'scored S runs A 16-bit attack enabled the ,Jr. Wells IS S.Stars ill" .,' {'"
game. NortnsicW Baptist's barrage of 22 from 11 hits to win M over Starke Stars to beat the Church of Godfl-7 in "d..'
Airpark CtWM-olet \ : 'W
took the lead first Wells banged out 32 hits
in the Stan June
: in a 13
hits made June e
Carlton led Wells going S-for-4,hitting it an easy win of 17-2 over game. a game
inning and won 7-5 over the Junior ,B. Strickland led to win 14-5 over the Starke Stars in a d
a double and a triple. R. DuPont in a June 13 game. Country Carpets Bowen led the Jr. Stars 4-for-4, ,;;
L. Sanford in a June 14 game. 'Thomas and J. Sheffield were both were Northside going 4-for-4. going 3-for-3 and 'r, Gaines and C. with Chad Welch going 2-for-2. S, June 9 name. ;11
'2-for-3,Sanford and E. Winkler were 3-for-4. with a double. Sheffield went Starling with a double and triple Mize went 2-for-3 at the plate. S. Jones, Mcelroy: Pilcher, Robinson 'Leading Welts were Mains ,and ,J!
Polk, was 2-for-2 With and a double.Jason 2-for. ,hitting a homerun and a double and Mandorf .with two doubles. Bowan, Timmy Seeley Mike Chap- and Goodowns were l-for-2. Carver Donahoo with the latter hitting a ..:,:
1-for-a. Ixmnie G. Jones was :D.Elder, Davis, and S. Thomas Johns went 3-for-4 hitting a double peU with a nomerun?, and D. A. Crews and,Alday were 1-lor-l. double at the plate. Carlton was '
Johnson,with Olive Jr and Jason hit two each. Getting one hit each and triple, Duncan, Crawford, Paladino got one hit each. Roberts was l-for-3 and Jackson was 4-for-S with a homerun and a doublet; J':'
a double,.were l-for-3. were: McClellan Mains, Donahoo Saucer and Enius were 2-for-3; R. Getting two hits each for the l-for-4. R. Thomas was 4-for-S with a triple t '')
Ralph Evans Gilpin led was l-for-4. and Raulerson. Carver was 2-for-4 at the plate. Starke: Stars were: Richie Barnes D. Bennett led the Church at the W. Snetfield was 3-for-S with a triple '1 .
3for3. Jorves the Stars team going Going 2-for-3 for Smyrna 'were: Rodgers had one hit. Jamey.Carver E. Nazworth With a plate going 2lor3. L.Allen and Billy and a double Davis and Raulerson ; ",
had CuDDedge, and Ball Jimmy Scheoning, Junior Scneon- McGee McKinney, and Hall went double, Randall PoUc Donnie Fran 1 Harrison were 2-for-4 and S. were 3-for-4, eaCh hitting a double at
and two Crews hits. BurgIn, eider, Alday, ing,Swindell with double,and Par-, 2-for-2 for DuPont. One hit each cis, and C. Williams. Tim Lewis, Bassett was l-for-3 WIth a double! in the plate. Lewis was 2-for-3 and Mc-
had one?Hit each. Elder nsft. Scarle was 2-for-2 and hit a trig, were: KItties, Sylvanns with a dou- Gnann with a double,Chad Mullms, the third 'inning r, Spratlme, A. Clellan and J. Sheffield were 2-for-4.
hitting a triple. pie'J. Crews and f Crews hit one ble, and Velazquez with a double. and D. Patterson each had one hit at Mathews and f McKinney were Elder was l-tor-4 at the plate,

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May we invite everyone to .a Grant Approved to Renovate BHS Gym I IA

I $400,000 grant,or turkey,if you i J D-Lake City, who sheparded the ''ton said the wood U so thin it the seats sanded carpet laid in runways -
prefer, to renovate the 33-year-old I turkey through the 1968 Legislature coUldn't take another
sanding when a new state curtain bought,'
GospelMeeting Bradford High gym u included in i The gym twit in 1954-55, needs a he redid the floor several years ago. new exterior' doors were installed,
the new$21.7 billion state budget. new roof, a new floor new locker The roof has been patched. I it and some outside refurbishing was
wawa a.1,,, Unless the money is cut out by rooms, and if the money goes far didn't leak this year. But many done.
line Bob Martinez, who has enough,, new bleachers, some new adults who played in the gym will As in the past two years, School
item veto authority, the school classrooms on the north side in addition remember the uneven floor bad, Board Chairman Len Schlofman led
system will receive the grant,according to air-conditioning. lighting and leaky roof. damn tM wav in asking the legislators to
and to Sen.Rep.W George vn. Crady HniiinpBWorttt,D-\"uJee,, the wooden floor has been sandedso have been stopped to wipe water off put the $400,000 in the budget. With" .
many times that Coach Mike Sex.'In the floor. money tight the legislators holdout '
; >: < ; I, Basically however, the gym Is little nope the turkey would make it \ '
J; \lJ<" :if I" 9"\rit\ ft.2.:2" !Memory of sound. into the final spending bill,
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y. ': Starting This $400,000 follows like,
;1s! !:i"/d>J:sy1iht'{ 4 r: :rJ !:",'..'>,!, ,.,w:4'i.t;: ..... 0 W7-I7 'legislative appropriation grant two a years But the$400,000 for the BHS gym is
Mtmory of Our Jttvtr Mairuf Dattey t ago to renovate the BHS auditorium included in the K-12 education funding -
On Tttfurt:goy built in 195859. in a project com- right up at the top along with.
StarkeChurch Daddy mi. pleted just prior to the 1988 school several other so-called turkeys.
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deep iught,of whittling and chewing your Red HMo I Knew that you__IQ conditioning systems were installed Legislature,but it s a needed; project
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List '$6018.00Discount List $13,245.00

253.38 Special Discount 1,146.00

300.00 Terwillegar Discount 1.1O4.OO:

Rebate 500.00A
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Only .$5464.62 XLT Free Air Conditioning Pkg.f XLT Model Trim,P215RWLTtrem. You Pay UO.495.OO
''I' .H/D Battery,Chrome Rear Step Bumperrearlumpeeet. 0th
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1988 88 Bronco II 4x2 : .

,4-Door Sedan "'15 To Choose From, ,Several to choose from.Special Value Pkg..Air ;
Special Value Package:Air Conditioning.Premium Sound System. Deluxe' I
.Tutone Paint.Cloth A Vinyl Seat Trim 5-speed #" s I
Conditioning power group. maual transmission.2.9 EF1V-6 Engine.. XL
'dual electric control mirrors tilt! Trim
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List 11456.00'
list, $14.783JSpecial
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Tempo l.OOO.OO' Added Disc 1,709
Terwillegar Disc.. 7 l.00 Terwillegar Disc.1079.00-

Less Factory Rebate 500.00,
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1984 Ford F250 1985 F 250 4x4 : 1985 Ford Bronco XLT '1984 Ford Escort 1986 Ford Cr.,Viet. 1983 Toyota Starlet

Auto..air tool boxes pipe racks, Auto.speed tilt, speed Auto.tilt.V-8.tutone Power Real 4 Speed. Air Conditioned Loaded Extra Clean 4-speed air conditioned
great work truck for only All for Onlys'8995.00 Only Only And Only$1O.995.OO Only "
Spare 'I 4'

$5995.00 11495.00 2995.00 1995.00 ,

1986 F 150 XLT 1987 Ford XLT LarletAuto. 1987 Mazda B2000 1984 Chev. Impala I 1984 Chev.. CelebrityAuto. '1986 F 15O 4x4 '

Auto.. air speed... tUL Loaded' .'air speed tilt Loaded- 5 speed air conditioning.Only 4-Soor.Auto.Air Cond. .AIT.Power'Windows '302.4 epeed.tutone PS. PB.
Only Only Only$2995.OO Speed Tilt-Only2995.OO Air Cond.$8995.OO.

9695.OO 1O.995.OO ,$ 6495.00 ., ,$

1986 Nissan Sentra4door. 1984 Mercury '1985 Ford LTD 1975 Mercedes 240D' 1985 Escort 1983 ,Escort WagonAuto.

.5 speed air conditioned Gran Marquis 4-Dorr..PS.PB.Air Cond.Extra DIeseL Auto.Air$4995.OO' .2-Door.. Auto Air Cond.,Am/FM .Air Cond.Only
4door.Only 39.000 miles loaded. Clen.Only6295.OO W/Cassette.
,)"W.PS,Speed Contour.Tilt Wheel
4995.OO'' 7995.0O 8 3495.OO 3395.00

1983 Ford T Bird 1986 d '1986 Mustang GT 1987 Ford Ranger '86 Ford F25O 1979 Ford Bronco 4x4

Turbo Coupe.4-speed.air Pcvver iw'' LT d, tilt 5 Speed.302 H/D Engine, AM/FM XLT' I 'Supercab Diesel V-8.4-speed.Only'
p. WCassette$9895.0O 6 Cyl.''Auto,air cond speed XCTrtm.: W.Speed.Tilt.AM/FM "
S995.00 control. tilt wheel camper top Cassette. Running Boards

4495.OO $9 95.00'I Specially Priced $4495.OO

1988 Unc.Towncar 1987 Escort'GT '1986 Nissan 200 SX. 1987 Bronco H 4x4 1984 Bronco n 4x4 1985 Bronco n 4x4

Loaded with everything. Only 5-speed.air cond.: .speed tflt. 5 speed air great little car.Only 5 speed white air spoke cond.wheels.tutone RWL paint. 5-speed.air cond..tutone paint 5 Speed.AC;Tutone Paint. ..

9.000 miles.'., Save Thousand* window tint sharp.Only nres.Spccd Control Tilt Wheel.$12,495.0O Stereo.Only AM/FM Cassette.Real Clean

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approximately 1,000 adults in the same age group
who read on less than 4th
< a grade level. _
:. A major program is being developed by the .. .
Bradford County School Board and the Florida ,
:', Department of Education to train adult citizens to '
teach these people how to read.' The program Is Blueberries; Blooming For Cash In Bradford I
sponsored by the Literacy Volunteers of America,
and Is specially designed to help all citizens to Blueberries; are blooming as 0 new, Louise Higntower's, Blueberry ,of customers and big sweet berries "
cash crop lor farmers in radlord Farm is in it's fifth year of operation on the plants."
overcome this reading handicap County as pickers are out in torce and the owner says each year has The plants are grown throughout
If you have a high school diploma or''college 'enjoying the mats of another successful been better than the last, with the Clay, Bradford, Union and Putnam
degree, or If you can read and want to help season. exception of a drought year three Counties and have moved from sales'
Agricultural experts have toutedthe season's from simple roadside stands to a big
( others, plan now to participate In this program by ago.
: { plants and the luscious Decries "We started fruit business WIth buyers from
. )' .: shipping comer" many
,.. .. 'reporting Monday and Tuesday,'June 20-21, at the they produce as a new Impact cropin daily this year for the first tune" northern states who are amazed that
: :" ,' Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center. There Is no this area, \Which is well suited for Hightower reports, "(t'S been an exceptional Florida berries are in season so soon
:)" i', ,:'8'! charge growing m botn terrain and j climate, season. so far,with plenty compared to other areas
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: Thomas of the Vo-Tech Center; "Please join this OWN YOUR 'OWN HOME
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Danger Signals of

Beauty "Pinched Nerves"

1.Hexjdochae 7.Hto Pan
2.Low Bock PaIn a.TlrjM MutclM
Pageant SetThe wimmlng Lessons 3.shoulder Pain 9.Pat Down Ugs
4. Muscle Spaem&Numbns ,la Ms**PaIn
for all ages Red Cross Hands 11Nt.m 1 Ffrxjexi'1
Starke/Bradford County Certified Instructor A. Dam_ 12.Numb loos
Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Find out now Whether careful.
the first ; -'f New Classes Starting
i annual Firecracker Beauty w. [
professional chiropractic ear can
Pageant to be held im conjunction l1. Every Week During the relieve
with$ the. 4tn ol July festivities here 111tarke. ;J. Summer your ache and pains. Dr.Virgil Berry'MOST
,The event will be held on Saturday r Register Now
; July :2 at the StarKe Woman's f + Enrollment LimitedFor
Club bejmninjjat10[! There will STARKE CLINIC 964-8018
,be(tour categories beginning with 3-6 More Information Call lorl Boynton
year 7-10 o sold( boys and girls), the 964-2087 864 N.. Temple Ave. (Across from Pizza Hut)
ye : girls and IMS year old
Contestants ,will,, wear only 4th of
July costumes as''par{. of the come ,' "I
petition -
There will' be1 a winner and first BUY
and second runners-up In each, ... i FLORIDALOTTERY
category. Applications may be picKed .4. TICKETS
up at the Chamber of Commerce AT AUTHORIZED/ One Plus '
Mitchell s' ,Drugs Kenwins, the WINK Dixie STORE. Stop ,
Telegraph or
FabnKing. -_*.*..-,-.. .. ** I
Entry, lee 'will' be $15 and the ::.':""::'-.-::-:.:,.:-..:;
number of contestants m ,eaCh
category will be limited. Entries PRICES GOOD THURS.-WED.,, JUNE,16 22,, 1988
should'Commerce returned to ''the the Chamberof 't STO R E H 0 U RS
or to Pageant
Coordinator Mrs. Debra ,Norman MONDAY SATURDAY Winn-Dixie
Rt. 2, Box 2705, Starker 32091, '
telephone 9648849.Chamber\ T' ; 8A.M.-lOP.M. i'I

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Plans ran

July' 4 FireworksFor 8AMSUNDAY P. M. !

Starke ,,

'Chamber fhe Starke-Bradford ot Commerce will County host the FATHER'S DAY_,JUNEJ9 PRICES, GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: ;

first"Freedom Fourth Jfest"of .July'in Starke Celebration, with .DAD DESERVES THE BEST! nHU,1r. sawn STARKE_CawnR pan raw __ '

plans that it become an ,annual
event, at the Bradford High School ,
football stadium beginning' at 1p.m. Like The Great Taste of W-D Brand HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE ,.;\\-.1':: : ;i

The? Monday program July will 4.feature music'by _. UTS. Choice Beef for Father's Day., { ,' 'c. :,' '>

a band of some renown, followed When you get people together for good times and good ';:" : ',;%,.:,(; ;'\., ,I
by winners of the "Firecrackers foods what you serve is important. That's why); the quality HARVEST FRESH i; ""r"" ', /}.
Contest) of WINN-DIXIE'S VN d Brand Beef is important. It's I ; ", ''H''
A special presentation is sCheduled of bone JUMBOHONEYDEWS $ 2 8 1 '
always U.S. Choice and it's closer trimmed excess \ 1' :
:relative to the holiday
and fat,, less waste and more beef. 1 + stw 3-; : '
A gigantic, fireworks display will so you get, '' ,, :.( ; ,
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'bring'" me program to a close. So for'everyday meals or special get-togethers, you'll be EACH "I'I'i: ';f :'liYy'i;!'i
Nelson Green, chairman' of the W-D Brand Beef. the best in 't 1iv( 'b'
'proud to serve Bringing you 8 ,fk ; ; I,
Special Projects Committee; .is in' ,beef Is our tradition..*,,we'd never settle for less. ?'. '. '; .::1'?tf."},','"''I" i iWE }
of the day's activities. Look

lor additional details next week.. SELL ONLY U.S. CHOICE AGED BEEF ,Nature Makes The Produce :;" ','1\; :;.;

Help Someone Head'' ,: Winn-Dixie Makes The Difference :>\\".::;" ,j',"

,Workshop Soon WD BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF '.1: ,,,1I.ONDO'N /'! '
a .*t+ CUT FROM TOP ROUND'' <('; HARVEST :' '( ',:.<
..Pradiord County teachers have r' HARVEST FRESH RED FUME, 78e :! '
'the opportunity,t4! earn 16 mservice $197 ) SEEDLESSGRAPES eROCC OU EACH ''''\\Mi'': i;;:+lJ(;%,:\:
points by participating in a two-day ( FRESH. '
workshop presented by the Literacy PRIME ::F:: '

"Learn Volunteers to (ram,>of Volunteers America to entitled react, BROIL. ,' LB.' [ME ei 98 "\:' 1 }}: \\j "'1 '

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The workshop will be held at thBradtordUnion 98 HARVESTFRESft" 00 : ,:;,' ;\rW':
Vo fech Center 4'1L1..1I .
on ill I. '
20-21 trom 8 a.m. to S p.m.1: This ,2 I !- ,, ::
workshop will be Iree.'For more m- BONELESS TOP $ O37, P&D SHRIMP ,, .. U M J 0- .1 f',.: + ( kU ..
lormation call U64-6150: l
$397 DRUMSTICKS ,ow. ta i
Legion Appt.s Officers PORK CHAHICKORY PS. 'd." u ,'

The Jones-Langtord-Wmte Post SWEET $1 99 U.S.D.A. INSPECTED WHOLE ,

',No. 56,American Legion will hold an BONELESS HAM .. i., II1 TURKEY. WINGS ,i. 28C' e, Mt i: ;1
installation lor officers "
ceremony new BARBECUE '
tor the year 1988-89 Tuesday I US.O.A. INSPECTED fiOO
June' 28 at the' Post home on WD BRANDSMOKED 'P ((9 to 11 LB. PKQ.) J 2 i:
Edward s Road. FRYER CHICKENS f"
All members of the post are urgedto "' .' .
; attend. A covered diSh supper is ,_ f LEGQUARTERS *\ \ ,''i'' '
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planned. The Post will provide Ute'meat
Coctails and social hour'starts at r < y .' < SALAD. VLB.SLAW LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD ir>P ,,; q
,6:30: with supper promptly at 7 p.m. 77 ''liar t b 3 9 DANISH SPARERIB $Q99 .;, !!f,Ii'f\" \I\
New olticers elected and slated for ill -= .... '
installation .
.. are1Commander ; ,'i.'
.Chord Scho.f.r ,, MADISON BRAND 4f. DEU ,;/7}''I'" "
lit-Commano'r John :I > 9 9 $ 99 ,
Wadovtky BOLOGNAi ,f, 99' TURKEYN or 79C $1'| TURKEY BREAST. u 2 ,. '. \';..:;:\
Wad 2nd'-Commandr'' Donna or FRANKS ,. ,, 6. FRANKS .; 'u 16-OL SIZE :tI .,'n;.' 'r
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Finance Officer 'Joo GUey REGULAR or THICK PALMETTO FARMS $148| WE FRY 6 I ::: ; '.:',
Chaplain Marvin Stalling., ,$139 : ONION ROLLS. rot :,; .
S.rvlc.OHIc l r Bill Haas' REGULAR or JALAPENOPALMETTO :',

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", ANNOUNCING THE FIRST FULLY OSCAR MAYER $, ,1 47 ,CHICKEN D or $ -68 lirT 68 e ':' (, t
':_ it TURKEY BOLOGNA" u TOFFEE ....,. I 12"1 PIA. :,11,1+ ,. il,!
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instruction book!! BEEF BONELESS ---- GROUND ROUND PLUS H"17... $ 249 ,::' 1: :,,' ;

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Miss America Hopeful...

''i ,', ',' Bradford Beauty Competes

';'1':':";',:;.:'"'" Lazenby's Fish Pond For Miss Florida Crown '

, V"A," 'j', Hwy 100 S., Behind Pine Tree Inn .
'? ., is now Open to the Public By Mark Frledlln The final night of competition,and, ed me what a warm and supportive
BCT Staff Writer the big moment when the state have here,"
we Virginia
: OPEN: SAM TIL 8 PM-Sunday&:Monday; 8-1 Rest of Week Starke beauty Virginia Crawford' representative to the oldest and .ay*.

,'" !'" ; Keep Your Catch leaves Sunday morning June 19 for a most respected pageant is chosen,is You can reach Virginia during the
week-full of activities at the MISS set for Saturday,June 25 and will De competition at the following\ address
t"; ': of Catfish 1.50 Ib. Florida Pageant, the prelude to the televised live. Check local listings :, Howard Johnson, Miss
, i\1\ /1" ':, J 1 r ,Miss America national competition. for the exact times and stations. Virginia Crawford. 304 Colonial
:,:' ,: ,. Call 964-6471 i Virginia will plunge into a Virginia, supporters in Bradford Drive,Orlando, Ft 32801.
':\'" :, Baitft: If You Don't Want to sometimes nerve-wracking round of County,will toe busy sending cards Ms. Crawford is a Junior at
Tackle interviews, appearances and com and letters to her during the week of Jacksonville University with a current .
f,;: Available Fish For Your Order petition beginning tne moment she the pageant messages which she GPA of 3,3 SIte is a member of
'10, arrives witn preliminary pageants says always lift,her spirits. "The Jacksonville UnIversity's Baptist
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday messages which came last 'year Campus Ministries and"Witness,a
nights. 'were so meaningful and really show- Christian touring ensemble. and is
bon the Dean Last at JU.
in 1968,Ms.Crawford won the tiUe
of Miss Jacksonville University
Miss Congeniality,and was 1st run-
ner up for JU'.Homecoming Queen.In .
1981,she was ui the top ten at the
Miss Florida Pageant ana: won the title
Unbeatable Low of Miss Jacksonville lit\ 1986 she
'i; Everyday Prices !I won the WPXE Talent Award, as
well as the Miss Florida Hemisphere
Talent Winner and Miss Photogenic
Virginia was named Miss Alacnua
County and MUM Congeniality in

FRESH SEAFOOD Homecoming 1965. and she was Queen.A a Bradtord. County'
': FISHERMAN'S WHARF PHARMACY Virginia performer excudes of a popular warm songs personable ,

FRIENDLY style WIth a great amount of
stage presence A native of Bradford
;h FRESH FARM RAISEDDELTA COUNT'" PROFESSIONAL County she is someone whom we'
HALIBUT PRIDE SERVICE ,can all be proud of.SFCCSummer.
41 TO 50
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f > always been WINNirKI Now:
policy so
$399We .,,;I y know you II find our full There is still time {register for

'" ,,', ,L8. $ 2'9 9 $3 8 9 $4 9 9" Hn, 1\(;i ,,,1 tp I! you time macists In nllisiered-phar any and friendly way eager possible*to professionsJ help-! Summer ta Center.,Fe Community Classes B Term begin classes College Monday at the Stare,June San-

ISFillets' La tg { .<;Y Stop by today and get to ,27 and run through August IK
Will Gladly Steam Your' I .I" know the new Pharmacist, The' emphasis the upcoming
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,i J: ,"" ," Seafood Purchases FREEI . .R: $499 Deviled Crabs.s'$100 Live Lobsters. $699 Jntownhe'srtghtdown the WINN street DIXIE at)your nearby Summer Appreciation Term class is on in art the with morning an Art

and an Art Fundamentals class In

' jH'( '; ;: SAME LOW LOW PRICES the Composition Educational evening, Other Psychology Public classes Speaking College include Introduction -

FROM THE CHEESE SHOP to Business,Software ApplicatIons -
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! ',:;Vi''.;; CHEESt' SHO* /NCWDEMEAT.. Algebra.
'I /;'\\\I\' ;}it\y i ,, ':MUPAIKD ONIONS,PEPPEftS WITH' 1OOH S MUSHMOOM9 RlAL CH....'' Registration for bummer B, is curb'rently
1} e'i i EVERYDAY '' being held from 10 a m. to 4
; ; DELUXE p,m. at tne Starke Center.For more
:: ; li; ;,:' information,call 964-53IU: or 468-171J,
': \:;!::,)/ CUTOaeeNeeENScaeAMi1, Brierton Appointed'
" '{,3';,: : VAN CAMP DEL MONTEHIRS' $ 9'8'l Secretary'of
'", PORK &, BEANS MW,,, 2 5 Secretary' Richard L, Ougger to-
:Lc: S: ,H Idl a day announced the appointment of
David H.", Brierton as deputy
(,,,.'d:, ,secretary'of the Florida,,Dept. ot
11\; ;\ {;:)>:' $198' _.. r MUD 'j Corrections ,
' Ilptiti f : IsaL $119 3 99 < '$2 291t Brierton, SO, is a 28-year,veteran'In '
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'>\{ ,: : CANS.' .;{ uDL CHEESE ,".: ' H LI ,' the field of corrections. He has
" it ?J 'served as the department Inspector
f I'} W Ij\ REGULAR or HONEY NUT soc tar ,ORIGINAL of SMOKE General or chief investigative
II' rif CHEERIOS SNUGGLE FABRIC HEINZ olticer, for the past nine years.

I'', i rf\W j CEREAL .'., E'.. 'JOoi rut $269 SOFTENER .. ,. 9h.SIll $219 BBQ SAUCE '.'. f II ilL oi.. 79- Self sert academic A U.S. Army credentials veteran'''Include Brierton a
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I 'First grader(left t.right Te'm WBUon Chrto Lamer,Sarah FaJkenberg. Udeonui Johnson;and Patricia Cowtoenjoy At The Listening Station.,. -T ,
leuniiif to read and spell. at this computer.Utloo a. part of the Writing to Read program at Uwtey Dementi ry First grade instructor Joyce Johnm belp.rtndcnte (left to right Allen Tbooipna.Jeffery Morrow and Daniel Fugmtt at
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People work,'people play, they are in,students'at the writing station "Once a child: realized that it was '"I think that Writing to Read is going
sing,they dance,and they feel gay." could be writing letters of the no big deal to spell a word exactly to become the new way to teach
This is the People Poem written last alphabet words ''called "cycle right," stated first grade, teacher communication skills," Paterson '
month by first grader Ann Smith in 'words""sentences, or stones. They Joyce Johnson, "he or she TACKLE & MARINE
''the Writing to Read ,Program at may use traditional writing tools,or' started writing The '
Lawtey Elementary School. they may use a computer. Each teaches reading and writing in
Lawtey Elementary has been using child has his or her own personaldisk risk-free environment.''
the Writing to Read Program to on which to store his or her *The surprising thing to me is
teach communication skills to its creative efforts. Students read their it has taught the children to be
first grade for the past year and to :stones to the class or over the morn dependent learners,''
its kindergarten, for the second ing announcements or I to older Folsom. "Students have Blanding Blvd.. Mlddleburg.. Florida 32068' i : ,
semester. "11 is a comprehensive students at the school or have them self-motivated"
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program which is computerbased.The posted on walls in various rooms of _First grade teacher Helen
teachers, the kids, and parents ,the school. commented that many of her Phone: ((904)) 282-3115-,282-3116
'all love it," proclaimed Buddy At the listening station, children faced personal problems this
Paterson, Lawtey Elementary prin' again don earphones to hear a story year ""It helped them to be able It
cipal., .'"It reaches almost all ,being read,,:fhey have books WIth' sit at the computers and wnte UJ ;
children and teachers in all three the same stones that they follow ,feelings ,
modalities:'> The ,modalities I that along in as they listen to the reader. ,"1 liked the teacher's' role "'
Paterson speaks of are the three Materials at the make and take station ) facilitator," declared : The Largest But the Best In j !
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Journals. The teacher determines Sheila Starling who works as a full-' ,
which station each student will begin time aide in the lab getting the
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are sent to one of five uta-,, in Atlanta last summer in'order to QlencCas
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: ;, Police Dept. Internal Report. Places Bennett' at Marijuana Farm ,

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;'/( Former Police Capt. Ricky Bennett -> distribute cocaine., Bennett ""was with you and Scotty :Wiggins'report said he interview Part of the taped conversation between 'Thompson: Whyt"
;,' would have lace probable In his written report Wiggins said Rhoden: ,. and did he assist with the ed DeVoe after reading the Thompson and Rnoden: concerned Rhoden: -All three of us are iitun' '
disciplinary action bad he not that be Interviewed De Vor on May 23 marijuana stripping DeVoe said transcript of a tape made by FBI informant preparing marijuana plantsfor there stnppm' pot, goddamn, like we '
I resigned from the department on concerning his marijuana-stripping yea adding that Bennett was responsible Johnnie Blame 'Thompsonwhile sale or use.'fhompeon. were champions..
May 24 (effective May 25> the same activity approximately eight years for carrying him to the location -. talking with Rhoden. who was wired to record the 'Thompson' (laughing': ",}lire you
day that Police Major Hi.,Wiggins ago. Wiggins asked DeVon! if Rickv' still a Police Major at that", time 'conversation, wa picking Rhodenfor serious f"

completed his in-house investigation ,.. '-j"-- ... information} Rhoden: "I'm serious."
acA Thompson: You and uh,'who was Although the internal police
\ all out there?" ,department investigation was closed
copy of the report was released w.w.. a1+1. Rhoden: "Me Denton., and with Bennett resignation the FBI
Friday June 3, to the Ooin' ..vl/l/ Ricky." and Florida Department of Law Enforcement -
Sun by City Attorney Terence 'Thompson: You and Denton investigation is still
Brown. It showed that Major Wiggins Devoe and Ricky... Ricky: Bennett under way acdorduig to FBI agent
had recommended disciplinary Rhoden: } "Yeah." Stffhen Silvern Gainesville
action against Bennett."as deemed
appropriate". Bennett has not been
charged or indicted as a result of the
( report, although he has requested '
and been assigned a federal public ; :ft'
defender 'after telling a federal
magistrate that he is a target in the
FBI and state drug investigations..
Wiggins' recommendation of

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f DeVoe a former City police officer 5
"S who said on tape that Bennett once ,FOR QUALITY'S SAKE
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," Scotty Rhoden now awaiting sentencing 1jT
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The sixth' highway fatality in .STEVE MAYER, MANAGER
i Bradford County occurred early
: I Thursday morning June 9, about .4 ,

+ .",'. ,.miles Road 225.,west of Lawtey on County .. ": fir._. .-.., ,, ;, $'S:" :" ::""::"":I, .,::. :.,:I, :''::'':: ,'::''::''::''::.'::' :' :''::' :' 1,::,'(:".:""::,,:: '."::,":, :,"::.,::,,:w.W':(:"":" :''::''S'Si

,;\ )I'' John David Sheppard '21, of BIIS Band Members Honored..., l
," ''I thrown the U.f sine with"Ttacf on..9f'is Day ti m
" : Lawtey was through :
their .
Mnben ol the Bradford>> High School Band were honored annual banquet and award eeranoay.BtwfeaU
i,. I",' windshield, and killed when tile 1975
,,I ;.. :.' .' .Oldsmobile hit two trees caught fire reee$ Ing.pedal award weret front row, left to rights Kim Burch. Ken FUIyaw and Karen Hodgea. I'S '
",;,:.,\ ti :'<,,'I''', t t' and burned. Back row Danielle Smith. Dale Cauelb, Robert Boom, Kin Johiuon and (nett,pictured) Jimmy Qufette.vehicle. .. 1'% . },
:, 'I. 'j'(1',,; ;' i Driver of the vehicle Kevin'' 3 ) S :,"::.'
I c." I ;; l Michael Wagner 25, has been charg Sheppard was pronounced dead at &% athersJ ti s ,
, ed with Driving Under the Influence the scene of the accident. \ 'i:
J,''( 'I'.v,'A i ,of Alcohol and Manslaughter in the Other passengers in the car were, J nay ;.:. ;t-t fo,4); '" m. ,
; :,' !j ''II\\ fatal accident. 'William filbert Salmon 23, of ": ..".,.. :;;;' .
I'I,';':.' J\\,, '. The car was eastbound on CR-225.. Lawtey treated at Bradford County :. J FJUNE 19 ;:; '; ", :,"::.'
",i\;;' \\ii"p?}! '" .It ran off the road onto the greassy Hospital and released and Joe $ : ';1"-', .;..."'" m.' "
: ,." yr 'd/ shoulder travelled down tne Cireral 23, also of Lawtey treatedat CWHARestaurant :. .'$.':" 1 ma::: ..
), ,\'.;'' shoulder until it crossed a private the Bradtord County Hospital and "
,, ,. .-:; ?" ,t ,drive and became airborne.. The transferred to a plastic surgeon in 1! .- Extra SpeciaCSaCacfl'BarPrime : m
,' i ; !,11 I tight front side of the car struck a Gainesville for treatment of facial j
\ :,'''. large pine tree, continued on and cuts according to Tim :Reanck .
, ,1 .. struck another pine tree with the left' Bradford Hospital Administrator' Cuisine RiB of'BeefCarved $!$.
, \','. ,::., front side. the front seat passenger' Seat belts were not worn by either .Mandarin &. Szechuan s "" :
' :.\) ",::' ,:',' .' was ejected through windshield; front seat occupant according to the 1900 N Temple s-StarVo, Florida 32091 : /at Buffet'Bal :. :..
f ,ar' : ),,, : the, vehicle turned sidewISe and report of the investivatmg officers ChickenStuffe&with $ $.
', (<:I I .yrr; ''came to rest. A fire started under I Donald L.' Dean and Murray'' E. TO-RENA MOTEL .

r/;\e 'i!ffM': r1 the hood and consumed the entire' Richardson of the Florida Highway .For (reservations or, take out order. -, call: 9647681father's ,S. i ?dressing''r, .
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Dale 'rho1'l'lt01'f."Iof'' L ko was maoe byDeputies j, : :( .. .
," .' James- : and D. ,fort on a warrant t- appy $
1 t ': .Hutier,'wa 'rested for P.lfWs.! ... ; $'S ,

I.,..! in Starke the, Wu'iit'DlXle Friday evening Jifiirhiidgnjotr.u? June: 10, jy!.-5FF of Alexis Keystone Lynn Heights Sirmopouloa was, aged driving 17, 7". ; .; ; bay $;!i I9@. J( .serrlations'91j2essary' *''first. Come. )" First SfrveifEcono '- I

.''', ;'v'i''{ ,'. Lieutenant Michael f, McClaui northbound on rain slick SR-21 Sunday '"e 19 {! -- $I
Starke police Department. of June 5, at 9:35 p.m, 1.4 miles ,J Sunday, June ;
was seen carrying six-pack
,.",. beer from the Wmn-Oixie store, and south of Keystone Heights in excessof U Lodge 'ECONO'LODGE Uf
45 limit.
the posted mph speed .
the lot,
placing it in a car in parking .
'frying to negotiate a curve the : :''S:''
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manager rolled over broadside and came to '."
'", manager When ,accosted he admitted by he the had store no rest on its wheels.Slrmopouloswho. was not wearing %!{! !. !,;,!{!%%%%&%&%%!:.:! } ? m%! !:.:! } }:.:! !

receipt for,the beer and offered to a seat belt suffered slight injuries ..
for iLDriver .
: pay and was treated at Alachua General r
of the car was Joseph Edward -' with
} Hospital. She was
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'. ; Thornton, age 19, of Lawtey careless driving. Damage to the
N.[: 'who was also charged in the incident automobile'Was estimated at 3000. I .
{\\I I + for possession of alcohol under
Mi 1 .M11!'i.1II b.n; the age of 21, and resisting arrest .
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,:;,1! :;f'''tf'+};t':.,. without bond, of $625.25.violence. Both Have posted OPEN FOR BUSINESS

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,'. ') same night at 2:22 a,m. Saturday '
.Ii' i .r >\,:'" morning June 11, Stephen Lane !.,' I .1.
, ': r! Thornton, age 19, of Glendale Street 's
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' .:' ;1.\:1: Starke, was stopped on Walnut ,
: Street in Starke, and arrested for' II, I
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:,ft.J'.:.1 1r,}('.\'rt'r,7(,' { while McClain on patrol.Starke Police Department New Construction Residential/Commercial I F..hlon/Stop/ I .,

ri; ; I IIW'' The blood alcohol content according 452 North Temple
I'd I..>{a .\ \DIY r,,'". percent. By Florida law, .10 percent
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li'f"..;;. ,. County Jail, Sunday morning June ( \ Range Hoods Sound Systems Smith
, '. I ':, 12 at 12:33: a.m. He was driving a Owner I2iEI
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, il r'.Y:! ':'; ;{' street across in Starke the street.weaving. and swaying Security Lights I Security Systems

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".:. yer': was charged with driving under the .., :- "lT,, oM&!-' .1... 't.',;,:, .'' .1' '..\\'tlt,'''J-, .f-.';' ..!..j'i.olg,,::...>.i < S
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I Officer Earns Plaque for Reverse Sting'

Sergeant Horace Kirkland,of the "About: people in addition to the spent Kane time in Duval County
Duval County Sheriff Departmentand Duval contingent were involved la studying the operation before y
head of the Organized Crime vesti ortioDon said Bradford In presenting it to Bradford county. ,')
Narcotics Unit,was awarded a plaque ga Denton. AU eight "We have set up and completed '
from Bradford County Sheriff Bradford deputies, along with (SO reverse stings in Duval county f l '. '} 1
Dolph Reddish, "Commending your Jailors Department of Corrections: since the first of the year," said k
professionalism and cooperation" in people and civilian reservists in the Kirkland, "and we have made over { I If
the apprehension and arresting of 32 Naval Intelligence Service were 1100. arrests"
persons in a reverse sting operation pressed into service. Highway "Its a shame these sting opera ,
conducted in Starke the night of Patrolmen were used in transporting lions are not being set up state
,April 22. arrested persons to the jail/' he wide," Kirkland said. '
Sgt. Kirkland, age 3$, along with said. ,"It is the most effective exercise I lki
two detectives Im Reddish and "The statuatory authority has have seen, said Sheriff Reddisn. i
Charlie Porter brought 15 men and been in place for some tune,which "You can't buy coke on the hack side
several vehicles equipped with an internal allows one law enforcement agencyto of the Apartments now."
radio system to Starke, and assist another in the state .of "We had 61 people in our Jail that
led the operation, conducted in the Florida," said Sheriff Reddish.The night," the Sheriff said "In a Jail
Reno area of Starke behind "The 'Mutual Aid Agreement'* with beds for only 27." -
Apartments," on Thomas Street. allows officers or other agencies to The operation lasted for five Effective... ,,' "'
1"this operation had a very significant be deputized in Bradford county, hours, from 8 p.m. until about 1 TU plaque| WM presented by /4
impact on the decrease of the while liability is not shifted -mis a.m., said Investigator Denton and Bradford Sheriff Dolph Reddish for <'<
sale of cocaine m the Reno area," authority grew out of the nets and netted 32 arrests The operation assistance in a"reverse sting
said Sheriff DOlph Reddish in civil"disooediance in the 80s and70't started by running the established operation which molted la saU'I'MU. : A.4ui\: \
presenting the award. "fhis par- the Sheriff said. ,dealers out of the known area and .
ticular exercise probably did more About two months went into the undercover agents moving in to sell
than any other single incident to planning of the sting. "We were not the drugs to those who came by,then From left to right Charlie
reduce the sale of coke in ourcountv. convinced it would work at all,"said making arrests of,those who purchased Porter.Horace Kirkland Dolph
.",he said' Denton. He and Deputy Doug York the drugs Reddish and Tim ReddUh. ... ti

I : Middleburff Skydiver Injured at 'KH Airport

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Monty Murphy, age Si, of Mid- day morning, and is expected to be ting the ground during the turn, ac- the club's existence, only about
dleburg; was injured while released. ,"in a day or two.'" cording to Joe Davis owner of three minor accidents have occur
parachuting at the Keystone Heights Injuries sustained in the fall werea Keystone Air Sports, a group of red. "People think it is a dangerous
airport last Saturday,June 11. broken left wrist, broken toes on parachutist enthusiasts who are ,sport but really its not, Davis saId. ASK OUR EXPERTS FOR FREE ADVICE!
The Bradtord County Rescue unit the left foot,: and .a crushed left jumping every weekend at the Starting ,jumps are from ,about
answered a call at about,2-JO: p.m. kneecap. Keystone airport. 3000 feet and later Jumps go to over !
and transported Murphy to Humana' 'fhe accident resulted from the Davis said that in the nine years of 10,000 feet,Davis said. PLANT SPECIALS ROUND P
Hospital Orange ParK where he is jumper misjudging his height at landing Fruit Trees
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"i" ;,"' John Clarence AyarsMr. ,'.. \ clue Tanner Funeral Home of Starke Home of Starke with Rev. Grayson' Thursday,. June 16 at 2 p.m. In the
" '" ,,11'I\I\I'''\ John Clarence Ayers,. 82, of 'Bradford Hospital following. a sudden Bobby Ray Garmon, Jr. was In charge of arrangements. McNeil officiating Burial will followin Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
'" ,' I' Hampton, died Friday June 10 at'' illness at home. Bobby Ray Garmon. Jr.. 41.1a" Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Lake Butler with Rev.G.C. Fogerty
., ," Alactiua General Hospital following Born Nov. 19, 1928 In Greensboro month old infant of Bobby Ray and Ulysses Roberts Tanner Funeral Home of Starke officiating. Burial will follow in
',,' an extended illness. N.C., Mrs. Bell moved to Lake Melody Garmon, Sr. of Starke, died Mr. Ulysses Roberts,54,of Starke, in charge of,arrangements. Dedan Cemetery near Brooker. Archer I
,,' ,II': Born and raised in New Jersey, be Geneva In 1960 from Connersville Monday morning June 13 'at his died: June 13 at Lake Butler Medical: Funeral Home of Lake Butler is
moved to Miami in 1939 then Ind. She was a member of St. home following an extended illness. Hand Center Hospital following an Mrs.Toy Lee Rogers in charge of arrangements.
'.' :: Bradenton in 1973, where he was, Catholic of Church andowneroperator He was born, in Gainesville extended Uness. Mrs.'roy Lee Adkmson Rogers 81, John David' SheppardJohn
employed the Bells Retail Born and raised in Strunk, Ky. he of Brooker
'\ by Belcher Ou Company February 2, died Tuesday at her
"' until his retirement He moved Package Store in Melrose. Survivors include his parents, served in the U.S. Air Force and home following an extended illness. David Sheppard 21, of f
to Hampton in 1981 where he has Survivors' include a daughter, Candy Bobby Ray and Melody Garmon 'resided in Miami where he worked Born in DonalsonvUle, Ga Mrs. Lawtey, died Thursday, June 9
.' resided since He was a Protestant. Brown of Columbus' Ga.; three Sr; two lISten Tiffany' Ann and; with the Miami Port Authority as a Rogers lived in the Bradford County: following an automobile accident on
",''t' sons, Donald pf Tallahassee, John Highway 225 West of Lawtey.
f Survivors Include a daughter. Tonya Dawn; maternal grand' heavy equipment operator. He was a area since 1924. She was a
Michael of Sarasota, and William Born and raised in Miami,he moved -
Mrs. Anna Dorothy BUhler of Hampton : parents William S. Starling of Baptist and a member of the Jones homemaker and a member'' of the
Jr., of Gainesville; a brother, JOhn to Lawtey where he was
; three grandchildren, and. one Starke and Annette Starling of Langford-White American Legion Church of God of Prophecy.
.." greatgrandchild.Archer W Campbell of West Redding, Post of Starke, a disabled ''veteran Survivors include two daughters, employed by rraylor Landscape
Missisippl grandparents,
" Funeral Home was In Conn.; and six grandchildren. Edward and; Barbara Lackey of Anniston and a member of. the Moose Club of Annie Tetstone of Brooker and Company. He include was a Protestant
Funeral mass was held Wednes- Survivors his wife, Mrs.
charge of the cremation and ar Ala., and Harold Garmon of Miami. Armenta Heaters of Gainesville;
day June 15 in St, Vera Denis Woodard Sheppard two
rangements. William Catholic Survivors include his. wife Mrs. three sons.Buddy Freddie and Mar ;
', maternal great. .
Church with Fr. John Beatty oft Christa Roberts of Starke a vin sons. David Brandon and Jeifery
:, grandmother, Clara Gardner of ; Rogers all of Brooker; a
Mrs.Frances Bell .._ ficiating. Interment was in EUam Alexander Ala.Gravesuie brother, Ed Roberts of Lawtey; and brother, Horace E. Adkmson of Lamar; his. mother, Mrs. Gladys
Cemetery in Melrose, under the Sheppard; and one sister, Mrs1\
nephews. Jacksonville N C.
Frances C. of funeral servlcea'were ; nine grand-
Bell 59, Lake
,direction of Jones Shirley Sheppard,all 01
Funeral Lawtey
Home of
Funeral services will be held Children, nine
-Geneva died Saturday,June 11 in conducted June 15 in Crosby Lake, great-grandchildren Graveside tuneral
Keystone Heights. services were
Thursday, June 16, at 11 at the and
('r" Cemetery wIth Rev Lerov Olive,Ar- a.m. one great-grandchild. conducted ;
aturday Lawtey
: in
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Funeral services will be held .
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., : Man Convicted on Growing Charge Free While Appealing'Sentence. I

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I'.:.',, ,Marcus Kevin Bradley is currently making a deal to'go to federal prison calculated tile'sentence by the was 'denied ''and Bradley was so-called friend, he says. had never been convicted. ot
,, '.'" free on appeal of a 13-month from 0-4 months. Instead Bradley number'' of 'plants 67. Under the sentenced the same day; "I've changed my lite. ( don't anything before!
.' federal drug sentence he received was sentenced to 13 months. federal sentencing guidelines! the However, he is currently tree on smoke that stuff any more," Bradley, lather, Noon Bradley,
after pleading guilty to manufacturing The confusion resulted, Bradley possession of 50-99 marijuana plants, appeal of the sentence on a June 14 Bradley says "It's not worth losing and uncle,''l ..'. Bradley are both
'" marijuana says, when he thought he "would calls for a Level 14 sentence,wInch ruling in Jacksonville federal court. the two most valuable things 'lite- now serving time in lederal prison at
'. ..' \." Bradley 31, the 'son of Noon plead guilty to possession of 1137 calls for a sentence of 15-21 months. He would have had to serve 11. ot the. family and freedom." Eglm M Base on drug convIctions.
\ Bradley was arrested Feb. 19 after grams of marijuana which under A federal Judge sentenced Bradley 13 months. Quit while you're, ahead, Bradley's sister, Judy Bradley,
.'\-' being caught red-handed by FDLE federal sentencing guidelines calls May 25-to 13 months and ordered Bradley was arrested after FDLE Bradley says. under a five year drug sentence for
..:- : and FBI agents who found 67 mari for, 0-6 months. However Bradley him to report June 15 to the federal and FBI agents were tipped otf by a. It is Bradley',first of tense. He conspiracy to distribute cocaine and
. .'" juana plants growing in his home at says he plea bargained two points oil prison at Eglm AF Base near'' is \to report\July 26 to tederal nnivm,
\ 511 N. ,Church Street in Starke. the sentence, reducing it from Level Ft Walton Beach to begin the term.
.,' : Bradley plea bargained and pleaded 6 to Level 4.. A Level 4 sentence of 0-4 .A motion to withdraw the guilty plea
" \ months. SAVI"4 iR
. '. i' Under federal sentencing- Instead, Bradley says his proba .
guidelines Bradley thought he was tion officer ,Larry J. Burns Play'

ii: '< ;);::.}MI) ;, ':'" Gus,viler Announces Candidacy' :Lotto __ GAS & APPLIANCES

)i:: ,,\",;:,)..:,:;;,,',.I',. Gerald (Jerry) Guswiler. a Clay, ly, he has received his Masters and
" "" '":'/ ;, ''i'\ "',I County educator, announces tie is a specialists Degrees 'in education &
:M'il'r.J1))'I' ,.; I' '\ Democratic candidate: for the Fla. from Western Carolina University in 'Lottery
\ dl'\ '' +I ,. ..House of,Representatives District North Carolina. Over the years, he''
h4ji'?\: : rR,, ":'" \ \ 21, which includes all of Clay County -. has taken post graduate courses at' 8tCommissary *
part of St. Johns County and the the University of Florida Universityof Food Store ,
i .eastern part of Bradford County. Tampa, University of North Fla., I .*
". Guswiler was born raised and and the University of Iowa .Sli 225 at US 301,Lawtey" =*=
,, ,educated in Flonda. He received his wiler always been active '
Bachelor of Science Degree, with a in various civic,community and professional 782-3017 i
.,' major in economics from Flonda ''or.garuzatlons' .
State University in 1957. Additional- \

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,Extra Special $295 Dn, E-Z .449S7.24 HOUR DEEPER GAS RANGE. 23.6 cu.ft. capacity,

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milted to lh. BrOiHar.f Telegraph' office ,in writing' omJ paid, madvdnc 1'7 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER good condition OCALA NATIONAL FOREST (Wooded home. Coll 964-5764; after 3, call Cecelia: Terwlllegar

unless credit, ii ot.c,'lIy JISOO 78?.:lS62. Itchy 6/16 lots, river access, 55 established with this oft,.... money down $63.41 monthly Owner PLEASANT GROVE AREA off Rd. 16 NIW LISTINGS

THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT B6 __ 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF West 12.9 acres, half cleared with 3 BR IMAOINII' 90 ft. on beautiful Klngsley lokel A3 BR, 1M ba horn and o 2 BR. IBo
MH. The landscaped
BUSINESSOPPORtUNITIES Is 90/X360', handsomely
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AO IS TAKEN OVe,. VALUE ON THE ATLANTIC. new two choices for 'I'.. Farming animals, property opprox.
magnolias, hydrangeas, gardenias, fig trees, etc.
THE :TELCPHONE- chicken houses trailer .
i bedroom condos on Amelia Island park housingsubdivision
tit .PINEWOOO lBo' $ 37,900CONERLY
Classified deodlirtM it fUESOAYNOON !! Limited availability from 78900. or just a home with a big 3BR
; prior to Thursday; publication. 904/261-0816, 404-998-7877, ( yard. Alkln.u29.OOO. Negotiable. ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10,000
C1allll.d, dl. ''ay deadline is U) Sl>,Ay I DM iUNBEDS,''TONING TABLESi 'Sunal 88.282 can 964-6303 days, or 964-8970 and MM BLANCMNO fTi CB 3 BR. 1 3/4 bo, OUA. garage, en 3/4 acre t 49,000 |
.5:00: f P'.M; ,''Special. CleMnW" I l.c\.pI"\I\) l \ WOLF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest 'NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS Maggie 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12TF LAKE BUTLER first offering a for find root I clean brick veneer,. 3 BR. 1 'Abo
,'. Exercisers. Call for FREE color lot 100x133 f 49,000 |
close to
placement 1 U NOT Qiioronleiia', Valley Waynesvllle, 1 acre tracts, MOBILE HOME PARK on. Grlffis Loop hospital
I: M Minlmuni chatg 15 W .'for SlSQ then 1 l's ctwiii 1 for 1.800-228-6292.. lean 88.280' roods, great views. Century 21 High acreage 'for more mobile homes, SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building corner Call Walnut St. 3198
wOiIhIr.ol.r./ on Loop. $38,000. Cell 964-6305
.ochI4, Country Realty, 704-926-0891. Icon days; 964-8970 business downttaln. Best
J.4 clean excellent condition live upstairs, hove
.... Acreage' for more ,mobile homes, 88-278 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12 TF
S3&,,000. Call otter 5:30 964-8970. 'location EnterprlseZon. Benefits
: p.m. LOT IN HAMPTON 2 septic tanks 160 ft. '
I" LARGE MOBILE HOME SITES $5,995 3.34 ACRES 301<< touHw 190T 301. 94'. zoned commercial 96' zoned open
I ." ..__. __,.... ,. 964-87Q5. TF .terms. Near Crystal River high and crystal clear well. 55' 2 BR trailer with on
rural small BR home I slnglewlde CB bldg.,IL utility shed 62.000WALDOt
,:, \, I,; ',,,' ...PERSONALS. ,' ., BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 'large dry. Nice terms. Central water.Agent: large screened porch. 22x24 born or :200x400 fenced zoned B-A 30.000
', __. i rtiariufacfvrlng of a revolutionary new P.O. garage. 10000. Call 782.3168..y....
1"1, ,, I J >- ", Box,2061, Homosossa Springs, Fl shopping $43,000
lire safety product desires dealers In 32647,904.628-0001fcan 88.281 2tpd 6/16-23 APT. BUILDING 3 units, fenced close to ,
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE.) all rural and urban location. of Florida. SOUTHEAST ALABAMA 27 acres, 3 PEACEFUL COUNTRY Beautiful 5 acres. LOCATION LOCATION! This prime romm.clollocollon 307 W. Madison St.,
Australian European, Scandinavian) Investment lets, than $5,000 Im- bedroom, l'/i bath brick home high t dry, mobile hornet ,I horses directly across from Wlnn Dixie, could be converted to suit your needs.
High, School l Exchange. .SI..d..Mttd.. rnediote Income, strong factory support stream, 12 wooded ocr., 15 open.; allowed. Priced to, sell '$12,000. LAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer park $ 55,000 I
>V Ing In August Become a free t fat/My tr,' and ,marketing guidance. Call Paved road. Public water, 47500. WATERFRONT LOT. skloble', lake, 301 and WASHINGTON ST., 262.3x105 ft. $ 91,500
American I Intereultut'al'c i Student{ \ 6* i Jur.y Adkins 703-632-6884 or wrIt.: Infonational United Notional BARRON STROTHER, $22.500: WATERFRONT LOT. fishing 301 SOUTH 133 ft.on 301, approx. 2 acres (possibly acres) $150,000
change, Call;: l-BOO-SlpllNG.; ( ten/r/; Safety Marketing Inc:, Broker, P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. 36081, size $15,000; WATERFRONT lake > ac. 301 SOUTH: 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 15.000THOMf'N
88.283 i pal' Box 4629, Marlinsville. VA 24112. 2055661870. Icon 88.21"ANIMALS cess ski size mobile OK, $12,000; ST. 11.362 s.f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000
FREE CREDIT CARD INFORMATION, N.,"vEra 88-286 MOBILES Sliver Sands area $3500; 301 N.!1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs 240'. on 301, great value' $ 37,000
( Bar H. Sorfterssf N.* riln J ,is CAN YOU PURCHASE A LOG HOME If & MOBILE High Ridge Estate overlooking 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
Mastercard Visa.1 your creuitlimitWilh 'so become'one of our dealers with op. PETS lake, $2995; MOBILES near town. Cloy 301 NORTH; approximately' ))5O'JI appr..".220' $123.000
$ |Insured saving' $35 uc.plirai ho1l por Junlly' to earn excellent Income selling FOR SALE'' Cty. $5,000: MOBILES 5 acres ready to
I 'feet{ Colt free. l'. 00-22r::/ 7200 twin I .our cedar log homes. Tennessee setup, 15000. Call 282.1300 or ...:.ACREAGE.....
sa-271 HWV. 32S 10 acres joins Alachua County line $ 23,500
Loft Buildings, 18002519218.$ fREE PUPPIES Beagle/Walker, 473-4816. WATSON REALTY CORP.,
MID-WEST.: NATIONAL' ol Tftriw,.w TWELVE MOBILE LOTSt large fish pond hunters. 496-2494. Itchg 6/16 parents.ore REALTORS. MLS. 'Itchg 6/16 MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city $ 10,000
,. Group \Insurance Low foin\f( I... 100 two septic tanks already 'Installed. Hwy ,1 AM LOOKING FOR HOMEr H Beagle BROWNLEE RD.l 36.43 acres, owner financed great location $ 82.332
pet cdventd, h6tlpltot oridididitor' *cofU 301 3 miles South of Stark. Ideal ins male 11 wk. old puppy. 964-5041,, Itchg RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
1 c while hospital' confin.d'OfiMona) ool-, vestment1 property. Owner, financed. 6/16 HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything I ILAWTEY ', $438,000

pollen' ben.fits"' 'W l j i ye/r/ ,pffip4 visit, lI 4r, ((7 ,ptI 19/2,INTERNATIONAL MOVING VANi 14 vivacious, and very social./ 4. males and receivers 'f RD. 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces '. $ '26,000 I
cried than
I 1'/ ;: cavirog K'r'' !d.dvcft1HNltllil., ) ,1 H't box bed. end i out "Ahoy-ahoy"rather wells '
: n.w motor power 4 females$173 each. 4730429. Itchg PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.l 20.16 acres, 3 2 poles
tt1".' de rems.' bv:.'sS.pct! ac/j _ cleared $ 19,800
do not'us'e' : CROSBY LAKE LOT: 100' on water
lI.q 4lc'y. 'Cg1i! Self for $6500 or may trade on mini
1.800.888 2588. BS 370 rriotott' home'and pay cash difference.: WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246. Fla. Frontier, $15,000 I ISioslooo

,MOST ", BASKETSneecf''exti/ .a,'Ihc6rn.? 9 4.ClSM.! Itpcf 6/16 .HOMES..v.... ,
t Sell/ basks. l: and wicker ll em.. on l.oHi. .-" CROSBY .LAKE cedar and stone, Lakewood S/D ,
party 'plan!: Representative and iHOMES 98 ft 90.000
CRYSTAL LAKE:furnished log cabin. on waterCROSBY
''managers.. "",.d"d. :Call Shat.' ..CI>;jn LAKE CANAL 2 BR. 1 Ba, CH&A frame 41.000

1-80.52t)32888:\ 2,12' _. _FOR. SALE A SMALL FARMS 301 N.. turn right at NE 26th Ave.. end of rood.
--.. 4'-1'- ; 3.83 acres, fenced 3BR, t ba frame home, 1532 s.f.. 3 barns .

FAR SALE, Owner' financed.' 4 BR, '2 Ba', .....o.en.llov., ceiling' fans, 35 pecan: trees I+, $36,000
703 W, CALL STj'2 BR, fW <,M I
frame; w"Joest houte; ttpp;o :J 'THREE. BEDROOM home In town, convenient 'Z 313 N.MYRTLE ST.l Neat and tidy 3 BR. 2 ba. $ 45,000CONERLY
i additional 'lotsv Owner1 f,ihariLin location close to .everything.:', ESTATES: 3/2 stone fireplace, 1800 s.f. $89,000
r 1983 FLEETWOOD MH15226 10,\20 Nico. (of' with variety. of trees. Owner'OHxloLii. HWY.22S 2/1 fromeb3 stall born.newly' rewired $33,900
patio CH&A, SO!'telescopy TV omen : Call today. Roberts Real

na;3 BR. 2 ba,1; dishwasher.4'i Well on More, 964-6262. 6/2 Btchg 7/21 BRICK BR. 2V4 ba, custom built on 1 acre $ 64.000
1 acre Bedford lok':,'JJ".SOO BUILDERS HOME on Hillcrest, lake In Clay CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club 3000 ..f. on 2 lots
i /, -13 ACRES :2;t ml. W: oStork., HIllY County Must see to appreciate. For GOOD LOOKING new brick dupl.x;215 Bradford Dr. $ 38.000 I

;etr::, 100.'rn6tur. planted piAvit/ 4. 'ax; ;300ft' mpre Information call. 4733028. 2tchg 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR:I Ba, Reduced $2.000 $ 23,750

1!/, frontage: 9 pc. 750 lto; frortVagi- .6916BRICK .. .. 112S NEIL CT.t 3 BR. 1 Bo, carport owner financing .* S 36.000
I] S2300/ocre. l'' ,' HOME on ,I acre lot. large fenced: LONGCHAMP HOMEi Brick 3 BR I'A Ba, well Insulated $ 45,235Negotiable
Faulkner GRI.
backyard, 3 BR, 2 ba.
living room, den
,': -1.328 S.F. heated 1 block: bam,, ttjf with fireplace 55000. Call 964-8495 BRICK or S BR, 1900..f.. 1 acr. 5 yrs.old |
n.r Louro & Colly; Rd,.' ,,,;,inelo'fld! "I, 96 '-5032:'2tpd 6/16-23 KEYSTONE Spanish style;4 BR. 2V* boo 3450 s.f.. 10 acres
garage; ''attached <0r.orl') &
porch chain! link ' CH .('. com .y ".rn, paved/ drive, new ,runjIncludes'2.'parcels' "'- II BOATS Located Hwy.: 301 2 Blki S. SR.100, 221 W..Lafayette Street KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. Spacious: ,quiet, C ounWjlSvi8'l3" BRA 3'DO I\I \!19.1IP.ItI\

\ : Aiklng"J6b 00.1'(! OVER 2000 SQ. FT.t Immaculate! Priced to sell In the $40s. klt/DR combo.2000 s.f., OUA city water, 2 septic tanks, exc, condition.
I Seller will consider holding'Jndmty, YOU MUST SEC THIS beautiful, Unique home with over 4,000 sq. ft. and 20 Asumable mart. $26.000,8 pmts$223.98/mo.Sale priced t $ 55.000 I IBROOKER
4:; up to $TO 000. RE4NEU, IS FT.. ,with 50- HP Mercury. acres for privacy Extras Include pool; stoVe, oven, burglar' alarm, fire alarm : 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44.000.
ONE ACRE immBdidniiy.bshirrf Cto'or trailer, runs great. Asking cypress and cedar construction, MENG DAIRY RD.t 2.25 acres 3/1 CB. CHftA so'near $ 40,000
i.( block home facing lauro' St.'Slt.OOCl.) iT,295.make mean offer. This boat *NEW HOME One acre In the country. Choose your own colors. Owner financing .LAWTEY!4 BR. 2 boo 2 story, 1 acre 100 yrs. old $ 36,000 |
;':' 225 Ir. |rQrita0e', roon4: ;: ft r ,pdvslr'oiresidential rrujM., tell. Call Randy at 473-3O67. llpd available. After Hours
, l 6 16
lots, *ASSUMABLE FIXED RATE MORTGAGE on this 3 8R, 2 Ba brick home. Owner Ann. Terwlllegar Notion 473-7541.
I' 1.31 ACRES on corner Lour Si It
will consider .
i\\' 'Colley Rd.: 22$ It. lronlau.: ,",Cf) ./ lid *SANTA FE ..some...KE.lhll financing.beautiful BR. 3 Ba, home.overlooks water< with an John Langford 0 Master Appraiser' 496-2291'
", 'potential office, lOcatIOn $59.000. .. Paulin. Randolph 'V 964.6323 |
outdoor screened great room to enhance your enjoyment of the lake, Many a
:. 3.5 ACRES With 300 tr t': :300 ft; Iron TROUT REALTY =
I extras. Must s... Call for private showing. Lone Londo 1 '*''-.7051Jo'l
\\r ,taee on SR 100 !located, between. 'IncorporatedBroker '4-4223
Thornton '
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;t.. ., Laura S1. (t AlligatortYb.il4potpfttul, :'( 1 + INVESTORS CORNER
commercial property, prBBenHy:*\ih-/ 838 N. Temple Ave.U.S.301))
ed" residential 60000. '! ,' Starke, ft 32091

BEDROOM, f bolt"., bl.. khCJntt '. 96.c.8931'

home Ci'''l' I acre. ,: CR.22S W of( lav t.ygarage /466 Great buy In this 5 BR, 5 bo.
:' /utility "bldg., ;h<<:>rie born
block /home and 18.99, a<:., pecan '
$39.000v grpve, only 1 ''A mile on Edwards Rd. Want Ads Get ResultsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
*20 ACRES fenced, pa.4Tu re. opp ux Home" has approx. 4,000 sq.ft. area.rvev .
600 ft. frontage CR: .,,123 W. of U5! appliances. A

30'' $3.000/o.. '. 46f 4 BR, 3 bath block home town
I'3;" ?;? WALNUT ST: 32til;' fofrrigl neon school,' on E, Laura St. low down'' \Accelerated ReaI YLoC.1
", OR, 'Ig. kitchen, .lot exl,..rld.. ,trait' pmt. pnd. qualify. for existing, mor- :
Walnut Clark St.: $5",0ObKMATHEWS !
,to t/oge,< ,
1458.' ''Loundromaf packaged meat
idles included' Woldo., r 964-4544 '
I' REALTOR, 14641 ,2V, Unit, Motel Incl.' efficiency.

; ;441 VV, Madison I47L1r tlrf"k 'J4 ir.'laurant.;Unit Motel,, itHi. <:;.opts:,office, 2 BR apartment.duplex.,You con get e positive cesh flow on this one I' .. Hwy 3018.

i: Stark.,,FL 32091 moi nV qrnenities. Stark PLS m'a..J
'. (Across from Wlnn 1)111I. ... .
: ) A ik about .our mobiles'on small act COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Prime location across from lox,. Liquors. 173'

s';, 964-4469 I parcels (Good bargains). frontage. Approx. one acre. .
f; ;, COMMERCIAL BUILDING on Hwy.30); with 123.: frontage. .r "
,.:' WE HAVE TWO HOMES perfect for single family r.nlollnv.llm."t and a Home Lots / Acreage Waterfront .

/ ,;:, VERN H. OUTLAW waiting list for properties of this type to rent. Call today We can help with Farms S Commercial ,
111.1 Investment financing.
'1 -? Br9ker BRAND NEW 2IR.1 bo apartments for rent. .
''1',: ,\\1 11 I: Thinking of buying or *STRAWBERRY ACRES lovely brick veneer with 4 3/4. ocr.. Kitchen equipped GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION Two-story. block bldg., 6400. s.f.., up to 2.70ac.

': CHSA other extras. .. located on busy 301. [
m i9? Ca" usf *HWY.' 225 A ,- Lawtey Area 3 BR' 1 I. ba stucco on 3' acres, CH&A. kitchen LIVE ON THE WATER 2 BR/lBa ',ame. CH1A, stove ft ",efrf. carpet B. | .

964-4522 equipped Jenn-AIr stove. "r, drapes dock, workshop SW/MH 193x250 apx. lot site "
& Weekends *GOLFVIEW Nice building lots In country club area., TWO STORY LOG SIDING HOME- BR/2B1/2BA.; CHftA. stove, refrl ft | .
, STARKE. FT CLOSE TO TOWN but In country: 3 ocr... 3 BR 1 boo nice brick"veneer, dishwasher 3000 ..f., well ft septic. On the Water
s CHSA., garage separate and additional septk. LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE .2 BR/2Ba CB,:formal' living-dining .

t Re*' B64-S669 SANTA FE .LAKE CANAL LOT owner financing rooms fomiryh room, CHCAr iIor ge., well a septic, 3 acres of?room to ,
c Kitchen. *IMMACULATE four BR 2 Bo, |lust' off Pratt St., double, carport, Ig': 'utility. room! I
fenced yard. CH4A.: all far 49900. '.92 ACRES 28R/I M freme end 3 R/2Be eoublewlde like new w/patlos 11 .
*EGG FARM Will sell with home without small acreage or large Check this carport OUA. well' t septic, owner flneiKlitg/eooe' terms,
Opal, Dicfcaon .' { out with us. Ready mode Income.,* LAKE PRIVILEGES 3 BR/2Ba block living dining 8 family rooms tH..... '

, ,R 064-7333 ::2; REALTOR 1416 SF. drapes ft carpet.. well I septic, large lot w/lawn ft shrubbery. ,
I'i>. P ign |:e4.AppcaU: r RENTALS '' MORE FOR YOUR MONEY .3 BR/2Bo brick. OKA. range ft refrl carpet,
' l Ettate Office *TWO BEDROOM I bath In town. 1200$'. solar hot water system well ft septic, stocked fishpond, 1.5 oc. | '
i/!> Tour -full, p5rvjic* >Re ,
*THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath;' CH4A. fenced. .
', .1'H Appraisal* for.lH ld nc'i.felir it'm'i'* Commercial Business. *ONE BEDROOM APT.t Lawtey LAWTEY AREA 3 BR/JBo from.,welt ft septic; 1 Ac.

#', A Few, of Our. Many Listings LAURA STREET > 3BR/lBa blockCH/AC, unite stove 'chain link | .
J ", EDUCED: Plnebreeie SD. large brick' 4 BR, 2V* ba, on nice lot.' fence.
t v ALMOST NEW, Home on Hampton jlot..; Owner transferred.: See It-you will loveIt. *301<< NORTHt 3 BR. I ba frame home on 1 acre remodeled GRAND STREET 3 BR/1 Ba frame" .'well ft septic 2 oc.. .

LARGE 2 STORY country ham. on 16 acres. Many, .extras.. Make appointmentto RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR, IBa mobile home In excellent condition well ft | .
Ir":. QUIET SETTING new:3/2 cathedral l ceiling, -fireplace,.large 2 car" garage on % ._. septic, 9.5 oc. $26.000. .', ,
4'',?: acre. PRATT ST.l 2 BR. 1 ba from. home, fenced: yard, 17.900: NEAR CROSBY LAKE 3 BR/IBa frame. living-dining rooms, stove.t refrl, I .
"I' *I4 ACRES MORE OR LESS, close ''n. 'Srork..Gn-,.. ,rood $2,000 per acre.S NW Mm ST. CB home. 3 BR, 2 bo, on 1 acre, fenced backyard porch. 100x200 loU well ft septk. $21,000. I ,
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME aver J.OOO >q. ff. Cry'lollok. access. *301<< SOUTH 14x70.. 1982 Piedmont MH on 2'/t acres .LAWTEY 4BR/1 Ba frame; .large living ft dining roams. porches.. large lot,| "
,' NEW LISTING Slorke .xcellent' neighborhood' 3/lVi, eat-In kitchen and more., BRICK 3 BR. 2 ba home on 5 acres, 32x60 barn stocked fish pond. city,water septic tank.. r'
WALDOl Neat 1400 s.f.! 3 bedroom CHtAJ; 34000. *301 NORTH business and home: with good down payment, owner finance SELECTED PROPERTIES
r CLEAN B. NEAT 2/1. good location,,, only $29.600. ing.
I).. BRICK on MORGAN ROJ 3/21', CHIA on two acres; NW S4TH ST.l 3 BR. 2 ba brick on 2Vi acres..VA assumable mortgage., ONE-HALF ACRE LOT) 53.000. ,( ,

{';5..' -NEAT AS A PIN New. roof, .....'bol'hroom' .close 16 Siotk.TWO .; 20 ACRES SW mob;:. ._..*, 2 wells, septic .tor*, plantea pines
\ ..' STORYt Redecorated 1BUO _.1.. 'In Starhe.; 39000. 44 ACRES Brooker.. Will divide. Owner Financing/ w/Good Terms. '
'I, EDWARDS ROt 4/2. CH4A, up iv tQ acres. 1 Call one of our Professionally 18 ACRES Will DIvide. Pecan Grove Well ft SeptIC. Owner Financing. .
LOCATION LOCATION! in Starke tuMpm' home on 5 acres. "__ Trained 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grow Fish Pond Owner Financing.

,'I',,;' .. 'LEA'U PURCHASE: Staff Today, .3 ACRES Good Commercial Location' Hwy 16W. .

t' r NEW BRICK In Starke. 3/2, CH&A. 1400 ..f", $2,000 down, S50/mo. 4.B ACRES Zoned far Mobile Home. .
( NEW COUNTRY COLONIAL on acre 3/2 CHtA double garage, $2.000 dn.. 964-5069 .LAKE GENEVA ;i large lot. 100 ft. of Lake Frontage.
,ft S6OO/mo. LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing. .

t N LARGE BRICK, HOME on..Mimosa _Dr.'hear I HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business location.'
$2,000: down, $700/mo TES..Iv.nlngl

Call U.." About .Iron L. faulkn.'. .. ,9( .5142 2 LARGE CITY LOTS AREA-OP Northeast LAND -Section.Northeast: Section' of City.. r

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1W CHIVY CAVALIERi take overpayment'Call TO DRINK, KEYSTONE PRESSURE WASHING 'Houses, mobile ';
Judy "" -8045. 4tchg homes, deck., sidewalk.. Free < .
paneled office $225 month. ;n i
619.30 space. per BINI'ITS Come In and talk with us. "My Little Playhou. ,
WANT TO STOPfTHAT'S .tim. Call 473-3390. 5/9
'B7 TOYOTA .*.. SWB AC, S .peed OO. 473-961.5/19 tfnchg lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd AIIAg.* 1
OURS I. KEYSTONE CENTER SCO *q. ft,,office or tfnchg Owned and Jane '
block with Street Lake Butler 49f-3601. rfn/chg operated by "
sport chrome front
stripe CARPENTRY ADDITIONS REMODELING, J $220 per mo. 473-4961, 5/19 (Fillyaw) Mayer
and roar bumpers,doth at., carpet ......IIO.r 964-2000 tfnchg DECKS no ,(ob too'' big or small. 1/J1 I,
books I $100.00per For Information about
Int.rle,4 b.dlln. GET PAID for reading :
gray r Lists for .
R.o.onabl.rot. work.
$14,100 now, pd thru 6/30 ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished 2 BR' Quality title. Write: PASE-E7IO, 161 S. line Hours, fees, location etc., please colt 11
mll.s. 10000.- 17,000, ,CHAIN LINK FENCE!' Installed Free' home w/large living room d/r bath 473-9096. 5/5 tfnchg;. colnwoy N. Aurora. II. 60542. 6/16 496-3262 .R
TFceCHIVY estimates, HANDYMAN; FENCE COy deck. lok..' Dock LAWNS,, MOWED $8' average lawn.
large overlooking t (Llcensure I pending) W//
!% TON ... PARTS front and "tpd.711WATKINSDIALIIIS
Sam. 473-4033 '
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8339 TF laundry facilities available. 4732919. .lIghlly higher. 4tchg 6/)62tpd.) 6/23 ,
roar axle., frontier, transmissions, SEWING MACHINES Sales and Service", >5/26 tfnchg 6/2.23 WANTED tor sill j,
ote.M4.S811. TFce all moke. cleaned/, oiled adjusted HOUSE PAINTING baby'sitting, odd famous full Be '
:3 BR LAKEFRONTfishing( skiing, swimming product or part-time. SALE OR RENT
1M FORD TRUCK burgundy J98 motor $15. All work guaranteed. Corner etc. S250/week, 473-3656, 4tpd |obs. 473-4033 4tchg 6/3-23 your own bo...' AT, pro-metlc on floor, Crayger mags, Morgan Rd. CR 16, Jam.. Strickland, ,3/26-6/16 WILL BABY! SIT- In my home, Have openIng 4tpd 6/2-23

now low-profile loglo IT Goodyear 964-8733. 12/3TF ON LAKE GENEVA Nice mobile home, 2 from ages 9 months-2 year old 1M7 SrxtO- ZIMMER MOBILE HOME
tlree. ....hoator, butte, t tuck Interior' LAWN SERVICE for residential and com BR. 1V4 BA, carpeted L/R. Nice shaded 475.5<<))6. 21pd 6/9.16 three bedroom, 2 bath central heat '(

toot.,.carpet.. on floor: Good condition., mercial. Landscaping tree removal, lot dock t laundry facilities 473-2919, KERR LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yards, FOR RENT and air, fully i carpeted fireplace, '
Coil .7122. Itpd 6116 lawn Fr. estimates In Keystone and Slarke "
vacuumed. No lob too big or 5/27 tfnchg stove, refrigerator dlihwasher, core
-MARK IZUSUi 'Si. tISOO tinted windows small Free ..tlmot... 9644238. 2/4TF 1 BR COTTAGE near library. Furnished, area: 964-2281 2tchg! 6/16-23 port. Screened bock porch, front deck. ''II I
or,, C'. tope deck/cassette WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John AC, lok. privilege $240 month. WILL BABYSIT In my home. Daytime or.v.ning CLEANEST HOMES TOWN I Nicely for You move. Call 4962694. 5/19 4tpd. .
pi.,.,. root good cond. ""' -6032. 427 Deere. $40 per hour. Call anytime. 473-4961. 6/2 tfnchg hour, Reference. available. nlshed, all electric. central heat and' 6/9 '

N. Cherry St. Hpd 6/16, 782-3306. 47TFchgK :3 BR DOUBLEWIDE stove, fridge, 473-3732. Stchg 6/16-30 air private paved roqd laundry and "

IN DODGE CARAVAN 7 pa.... load'od A K CLEANING SERVICES! Residential, fireplace A curtain.. Twin Lake Road CARPENTRY rhoflng addition, deck, park playground. Near school, hasp., HOMES FOR SALE '..;:
work. Reasonable tote facilities. PINES SR-121, east Lok. '
clean oxcollont condition. $8200. and buslenss, personal services, $373 mo. plus deposit, 473-4832 or painting. Quality "
782.3033Itpd 6/16 reference: available. 964-4908.3/31 TF 4737986. 4tpd 6/9-30 'rates, No |lob too big or .moil: Call Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. 1\\t

17 THUNDSRBIRDi oloct. windows AT ROOFING new roof, tear off and ON LAKE GENEVA :2 BR, 1 % BA:family Keith 4739096. 6/16 tfnchg ., and no pets,, chg/tfn 5/21 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 lU'(1 : '
AC nice car. 1900 OBO.. -.782-3494. Itchg recover. Work guaranteed. Call Lamar room beautiful hardwood floors In HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions TWO BEDROOM MOMLI HOME UMur.nlshed 'repair). Delinquent 'tax property.
616PUSLIC Sims, ,964-4331 anytime. fr. large LR/DR. Stove i refrigerator furnished or complete building ,30 year C.ntral heat and air. In Repossession. Call 3(805)687-6000; ( : ) ,'' '!l
SALE OF SURPLUS STATE 'estimates. 3/31 TF laundry R dock facilities. Im experience serving Bradford and Clay residential' area. $180. a month/StOO Ext. OH-1136, tor current repo list, 6/2 : '
VEHICLES sealed bid will bo oponod TRACTOR WORK PECAN SERVICES rrlac u late. 4732919. 6/9 tfnchg Countless 473-4018. 5/28 tfn security deposit. Coll 496-3452., Btoet. 7/21 _, ;
at 1:19: p.m. on Juno 24 for 1 ,.van 1 MOWING' HARVESTING CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH, ,FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? (Available on 15th. 0' ,16th of Jun..4l ::i
crop semi-tractor'' and I scrap farm DISC/LEVELING CRACKING ,new 'central ,A/C, fenced take House Out of level?? LaRue Leveling tpd6/16 LAND FOR SALE

tractor Vehicle may bo Inspected at FERTILIZINGInf. privilege*, carport. utility screened '...."Ic. lor all your foundation repair, :,

tho Motor Pool of Lowtoy Correctional .J.D. Eunice, 964I2M2 porch. Call9044734221 or 4737721. 7/9 tfncho MOBILE HOMES ',.s., ACRE PARCELS 160 acre farm; ,
Institution, CR 200B, Lowtoy Fla. Monday '/ 4tch4 19043886109. 2tpd 6/9.16 FOR SALETEN would make nice horse farm lowdown 1

thru' Friday. 9-11:30 a.m., and EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit for GENEVA LAKE ESTATES lease or sale FOR SALE payment own.r financed. Ap-. ,
1:3O-4: p.m. Intoroitod bidders may obi you Mon-Frl 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. In my with option 3 BR, 3 BA 2 car gorog., pro. 1/2 Acre. 'paved road with 2 ;
tain bid form at inspection site or by homo In tho city. 964-6337. Itpd 6/16 CH Air, fenced yard extras. $650 BRAND NEW AUTOMATIC' Free arm MOBILE HOMES ,Two and three bedroom mobile home on SRI8. Hale Ij\

writing Lawt.y Correctlonolln.tllullon. 14 YEAR OLD BOYS will do odd jobs, mo/S72,000. Melrose .475-3333 sewing machine. Left 'In lay-a-woy. bedroom ,Low down payemnl ,and Associate 496/3939, .tfn/chg. ,: .1;
Attn: Purchasing Agent, P.O. Box 229, yard work babysitting etc.., in town. anytime,' IIpd 6/16 Cost $789. balance due $239. 25 year Balance like rent. Sid' Mobil. Home t ,,,I
Lawtoy, Fl. 32058, or by calling Call 964-7354. Itchg 6/16 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1'/ BA. large kit 'guarantee, free delivery. 4737862. Pork Behind S' S. 4963115. Itpd. 6/9' BOATS 'ii
904-782-3811. ...t. 285. W. reserve tho Chen and living area. Clean prlvatej 6/16 tfnchg ,
right to reject any and all bid.. Itchg convenient $300 per month $300 ,SINGER ATHENA 2000 Free arm. repo. SALE '
6/16 MOBILE HOMES security deposit. W.B ,Stanley. Cost S899, balance due $259.' Makes'' ,1'iO lASS TRACKER 40 ...p. Mercury ,i it:
Itll MAZDA 66t 4 door s.don..I.ct. FOR SALE 473-4161. 2tchg 6/16-23 button holes pattern, etc. Free home i. i ." i" '' galvanized trailerorginaily.quipp.d.. 's;

window and sunroof AC AM/FM 2 BR, I1/ BA TOWNHOUSE with stove, trial guaranteed 473-7862. 6/16' 'STORAGE HOUSES< Need extra storage $2,800.: Coll 496-3014. Itchg. 6/16 .
stereo/cassette. $1500 OBO.,3-2911. refrigerator, dishwasher furnished. tfnehg' f" pace? We hove 5.10 and 10.10 mini ,

Itchg 6/16 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY mobile home W/0 hookup In attached garage near BABY CRISS-$20 -fine framed water bed warehouses. Hal. and, Associates "' ;
1M2 MAZDA 1-2000 pickup body *et up park on Grlffis Loop. Acreage for more school. 473-3681 4tchg 6/16-7/7 with drow.r',- ,, $150. 964-7357: or 4963939. tfnchrg. V7'' NOTICE ;'

for email block Chevy, Including all mobile homes or lots. 38000. Call 4732438. Elaine. Itchg 6/16 BLUEBERRIES We pick on order now. '' "
part for 350 engine. $800. 782-3362 'alter 5:30: p.m. 964-8970 or 964-8705. YARD SALES U-pick field open Jun. 13th. 3 milesnorth Classified deadline I I. MONDAYS )
Itchg 6/16 3/3 TFo| of lok. Butler on SR238. Johnnie ., "J
P.M. .
171 FORD GALAXY! 400 C.I., AC. PS, ZERO DOWN PAYMENT.,..for qualified, 6/16 prior publication "
GARAGE SALE Sat, t Sun' June 18-19 9 Arnold.496-3935. 6/9 2tpd. '
Minimum charge I I. 15 words for S3.SO, ; ;:\, 'I.i 'I'/
PB, 116,000 mile Very nice condition.Asking land owner 733-0241. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 h :
'a.m.-3 p.m. Grave Street Keystone RIDING MOWER Electric start 8 p., then 15 cents for each word thereafter 'r :. j; \
WWII. Korea ;
$995. Call 964-7763 after 5 p.m. SACRIFICE 28x60 doublewlde for $339 H.ightsltchg 6/16 < Mint condition. $400. Call ,49f-3014.IIchll ,., "\ \
> 6/16-23 month. Call 733-0213. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 Vietnams German, Am.tican"
2tchg GARAGE SALE 6476 Brooklyn Boy Rd. 616YOU
1976 PLYMOUTH 2 door';318 c.l.; PB, /'5.' A.' MOBILE' HOMES... the 'nation .Frl.-Sat. Jun. 17.18. Furniture, cook Japanese,, swords;, medals?daggers,,'< ; PICK Whit. ocr. peas and butler- THE 'TIMES 'STAFF CANNOT"IE'HELD ''j 1
AC $730. Call 964-7194. Itpd 6/16 largest retailer of mobile homes. stove. Itpd 6/16 uniform., ,helmets, patches,> books,, beans. $9.: a bushel. Call 496-3639., RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN '
1912 CAPRICE CLASSICS dl.s.l, SW, very '733-8317.4tchg 6/16-7/7 AMERICAN LEGION Keystone Heights., postcards, flags,, posters (W.A.C (Flavil Blackwelder). Upd. 6/16 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN' OVER "
88 clothing), Dominic 1-800-451-3832 2tpd THE TELEPHONE., i'&
BATH.slnfllewlde :
clean, good point .xceli.ntm.chanical GLAMOUR 'Sot.,, Jun. 18, SR21 9 tit J, )Itpd 6/16 ,
furnished ,', No/16-23; j
condition $3500. 7B2-3287/ mod I.4, Cathedral ceilings ? \ )
Itpd 6/16 complete delivery and set up under, '}
1917 ''FORD RANGER; V.,",4 EFI. AC., $169 month. Coll today, 733-0159 i ', WORK WANTED'' I rti;;
AM/FM stereo with _.,, cloth '4tehg 61f1I7' 1 1 'I,,
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.eat*, approx. 19,750 mile.' Assume OWN FOR LESS THAN RENT 1988 AIR COND. REPAIR duct work attic In- ia ; "" : :
doublewlde for under $250. Call today, 'car''garage,.' screened i porch large
loon of $6,442.42. Call '*'.2203 after i wooded fenced lot, central heat S air,' sulationhauling, moving?; !)
p.m. Itchg 6/16-23 733-6068.4tchg 6/16-7/7 Lion repair tr.. ''removal reasonable I' .
TWO VEHICLES '74 DELTA' 88 OLDS, .WE BUY USED mobile homes. Call 72000. Melrose 475-3353 anytime. 'rates>> 473-0242. Leave message. 2tpd 100 USED VEHICLES ON SALE!! a
Itpd 6/16 .
733-8317.4tchg 6/16-7/7 I ;
$700: 65 FORD PICKUP, 6 cyl., $400. GENEVA 6/9-14 \
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964-7233. 2tchg 61623VACATION YOUR CREDIT might not be as bad a* you NEW BR.> 'I .
think. Need a mobile home? Call to- BA LR, DR, ulility room; fully equipped '88 SUPER SAVERS .-,;\
475-2032: until 11 PETS \
day, 7338317. 4tchg 61677TRADE..TRADE..TRADE..your kitchen AC garage. 1
RESORTS OR'I' used p.m. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 :-:" ,!'
RENTALS mobile home Call 733-0294. 4tchg WOLF HYBRID PUPS 800utlfui. 'S: FORD TEMP 9220 .
6/16-7/7 MISCELLANEOUS' vivacious and very oclal. Spectacular :._..,....__.Iwo-I__ I' '1)
TWO BEDROOM bath 10x50,' JI8OO. family oriented creature $175 each. '1IIUICISlYUWI )':fu
GATLINBURG view of Gotlinburg.SUMMIT mountain breathtaking', and ', 964-3323 after 5:30 p.m. 2tchg 6/9.16 i.PACK RAT -"Buy. sell and trade collectible \ 473-0429.(. Itpd 6/16 _..._new,_sti s.0oa-, ,""', ,\.
Half Gold. Retriever puppies.WII
Ilk. on acre ,
1910 MODEL 12.40 new
Used furniture, .elUICKCEinilYtiFouma
and .
ski balcony slopes.Clubhouse Fireplace with Indoor private pool lot, hooked up to electric, telephone glassware,' jewelry antiques.and much more. b.'ready for o loving home soon* '._,._-......_.-.> 1 $1'0'5'95, :.'
: trailer Make choice early,1 Call today,
andree/ water on rental lot mile your : "'1--"
Brand Weekend sp.ciais.Fr.; I Come see for yourself One eastof :
0j1 f brochure locunls., 1-800-242-4853.. 88-27' S3,900. Moke'offer.' Cash; 964-2748. Keystone Height on Highway 100. 473-3756 6/16 tlnchgPLANTS! 'II CHEVrCiViUER WAGON *R990 oil -j\,

Itpd 6/16 473-2183.' 6/2 tfnchg" .. .
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Doublewlde. excellent condition, 3 BR,, CARS ', CASH & CARRY SPECIALS, ,).;
2 ba eat-In kHchen DR Ig LR w/FP, PLANTS FOR SALE Special boxwood, 25 "
'cathedral ceiling 3 fans. CH4A all appliances cents and Gardenias S Hydrangas : .. )
Including washer/dryer t 27 1912 J 2000 Pontiac 57,000 mile*. up S shrubs: '1$ clm PICKUP 1488 ?{ .,
In bloom also Azaleas other "
with $2000. Call after m. 473-3139. 2tchg _._ !j
ft. round pool above ground Jacuzzi 4 mi. south of light In Melrose on SR21. :,{
filter pump, $18,500. Call 6/9.16 'Mro iiM $3288TirOMTilM ,,}i
6/16-23 iHt-
475-2870. "
904-782-3223 or 7318788. Itehg 6/16 B7 FORD RANGER XLT 4 'cylinder, 5, ,2tchg\ ,.....__c- .. '. I

peed,, two-tone. Excellent condition, ', (
T.H.E. Apartments $7395. 415.3391.3tpd' 6/9.23 LOST & FOUND _......_ '1588 1'

fORD IN TRACTOR Hydrolic lift, works, :i

922, E., Brownlee St. good. 473-3192. tpd 6/16 ORANGE MEDIUM sized cat whit. AJt*.....wen row bB., 3988 I',
stomach feet ft bib. spayed., short'' '

2'& 3 BR's, AUTO A/C MONITOR' STAfF CANNOT BE HELD hair Answer to Pumpkin. Immokalee ,; aioru. CADET 995 :, ::'-:. ,':;1
W mile from SR10O. $25 r.ward. J
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,Available, '? RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 473-2573. 2tchg 6/16-23 '7S FOR FIESTA $999' ," ,: '!:,:,: fl'J
Service CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS'TAKEN OVER' 3 dM...."iw. ( J\\"

AUTO AID CONOmONING NEEDS Classified deadline Is 11:00 aim priorto Uli"$3488
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3 BR:2 BA' mobile home,, 12X70 on ,\\Y.
Minimum charge i 15 word for$3.30.,
96 -7,133, th.n IS cent for each word thereafter ocr. land paved rood 214. $1500 '7BVWUMPER' 1995 '" ;'1+f
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WANTED, PROPERTY RENO AREA, HIRING I Government |lobs, ar_. METALS 1* looking for experienced
NEWLY DECORATED) everything; furnished. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In Stark, stove' pick $.80 pound. Call Dona Reddish your
laundry facilities Included. Video refrigerator' lit bd, convenient to 964-S4M. 2tpd 6/9.16 Picas writ P. O. Drawer 280 Stark, $15,000 to $08.000. Call 602-838-8883 help. Sheetmetol' fabrication. -
room available. Will accept on. child, hopping $250! month, re- SUMMER SPECIAL 30x40x13 $4,450; Fla. 32'J91.7TF ext. 3493. 6/16 3tpd 6/30 Call 473-4985. Itchg 6/16
no pett. Palms Aptt., 2313 N, Tempi quired. 468-1509 alter' 6 p.m. No pet. 30x30x1 5.685; 40x60x12 7,3VS| WANTEDI' WANTED! WANTED Rattlesnake EASY WORK EXCELLENT PAY* As.tR* OMNI CREATIONS Join on upending
Av... Stark 33091. 10/29 TF 2tpd 6/9>-16 40x79x14 $9,380; 50x100x14 $13.793: '.kin In prim condition, ble product at horn*. Call for informa. multi-million dollar jewelry company.
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile' home, THREE BEDROOM. 2 full bath, mobile 100x100x16 $23.999. PIONEER cured with ontHr...., not '01'. $3 per lion 504-641-8003. ext, A'9579, 4tpd Earn $200-$600 a month extra "Income.
V4 mil. from city. Nice neighborhood. horn. Hove A refrigerator furnished BUILDING SYSTEMS. 512-389.3664. (can foot 964-8232 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 6/16-33 6/16-7/7' Part time and full time position' *
4681323. 10/8TF carpeted CHA. 10x10 shed with 88-276 CASH PAID FOR WWI, WWII Korea. NOW HIIINOt sewing machine available. No 'Investment. Flexible'
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities wa.h.r/dryer hookup on !'/\ acre lot. 4 INCH PRECISION JOINKl. made by Vietnam, ,German American operator W* train, petition Include hour call 389.4921.2tpd 6/16-23 .> A
paid from $37.50 per week '/ mile outside city limit on Rd. 16" Delta, cast Iron bo... $95. Phone Japanese swords, medals, daggers, 7 paid holiday, paid vacation, opportunity
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.. by Poll Ea.t toward Klngley lake $260 964.548O. Itpd 6/16 .uniforms, helmet, patches, book, for' odvanc.m.nt.Apply In per ft***.*****************.
Office. TF month plus $100, security Call" SLUEIf RRIIS FOR BALE U-pick or pickedon flag, poster. DOMINIC/ ton at Vogue Manufacturing. 710 S.
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR ) BATH WITH' AC. 964-6305 8-5, Man.Frl. 6/9TF order. Joe Faulk. Orlfflt Loop. I-BOO 4513832. 2tpd 6/16-23 Water St., Stark. Itchg 6/16
COVERED PATIOS 1 MILE TO THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath doublewlde "".5678. Open Mon-9a, 7:30: WANTED, ALUMINUM CAMPER SHELL for FOOD SERVICE t lull and part-time, took Armed
DOWNTOWN STARKE. 964-7498. mobile home, CHSA, large lot In coun 0.m..6:3O: p.m. 3tpd 6/16.30 'ull.slz. pickup. Mutt be In good condition cleaning waitress position available
and reasonable. Call 964 2623 Coll for 333-2090. BlonJ
4/I4TF try. 468-1323 6/9TF SEVERAL ITIMSi Sharp carousel II oppt. Camp
IN TOWN clean 2 BR home on shaded THREE BEDROOM 1V' bath, clean clot microwave oven $75; Sharp microwave after 6 p.m. Itpd 6/16 ding. 5/26 8tchg 7/14 Forces ,.
lot. CHAA. carpet, Prefer qul.t workIng to prl.on. Call 448-1323./ 6/9TF toatler/baker oven $125: floor lamp ANTIQUES WANTED Need Fostorla RESIDENT MANAGER mature couple
odultt. No petti For appt. to view AVAILABLE JULY 1> 3 BR, 2 ba, 14x70 $30; tome framed picture. 964.7739. American la Casa del Sol Antiques, wanted for 44-unlt rental property 'inStark. Sgt. Cutchins
call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month mobil horn, .xc. 'location furnished Itpd 6/16 475-2076 mornings be.t. 6/14,4tpd 7/7 .. Apt management experience
plus security depot! Firm. S/JTF or not furnished.! acre lot. $100 DUNE BUGGY FOR SAlli roll model', WE BUY ESTATES large or .moll. La Cosa beneficial maintenance experience NCO GraduateStaff
PINE. FOREST APARTMENTS now taking deposit $300/ma,' 964-8704. Itpd 6/16 1600 dual port engine.' $900. S. Shep. del. Sol, Antique, 473-2076 mornings required Mu.t be bondable, no pet*. Sgt. ruurmon J. Cutchins

application forte and 3 bedroom SPACIOUS HOUSE near schools with 2 BRand pard. 4682071. 2tpd 6/16-23 be.t. 4tpd 6/16-7/7. Salary plus apartment and utllitie has graduated from the Air Force
$195 and $215. U RHODE ISLAND RID Send resume to Heritage Villas ot !palm
apartment, starting at 2 bath, Call $33-2235 after 3 p.m. laying hen. noncommissioned officer leadership
CHA, fully equipped kitchen cable Btchg 6/16.8/4 782.3625.Itpd 6/16 YARD SALE Coast P O. Box 10293 Cleorwater Fl.

ready. 1530 W. Madison St.. 964-6312. EXTRA CHAN: 3 BR, >'1. bath mobile ONIONSI ONIONSI) white sweet and 34617. Equal Opportunity Employer. school.He with the
Mon-Frl 9-5 .red. Call 72-3629 Itpd 6/16 5/261F is a security specialist
p.m. Equal Hauling Op home on %. acre lot. Completely fur
5/I9TF NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SAUl REAL UTAH LICENSING only $195. Call :325th Security Police Squadron; at
portunity. nl.hed. no p.'". $265 month. $100 PRODUCE, squash corn. beans, peat, A Sat. bed 2'cotton Fl. He. the
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKE I N now Thurs, Frl Single 1.755-040. North Flo. Real Estate Col. ryndall Air Force Base
for A 2 bedroomopartm.nt.''9647554. Itchg 6/16 Cucumbers (pickling and regular)', mattresses, 3/4 mattress, pot A pan, lege. 7/30TF son of Louise McDaniel and stepson
taking application
*. $199 and r $219 month, THREE ROOM APARTMENTt'2nd floor, no tomatoes, etc We pick. 964.7481. B, drapes, .moll A large boy girl clothes, MATURE, FAJHION-CONJCIOUS of Morns McDaniel of Mananna Fl.Cutctu" .
CHAA kitchen cable pas" appliance. lurnl.hed. $40 per Carter. S/26 4tpd 6/16 sheets, towels. electric .'ov.lop. odd WOMAN needed for retail store sales ,, wife, Annette, is the
fully equipped
week 964-8498. Itpd 6/16 CORN, CORN, CORN I will have sweet ,A end. Rd 230 2 double cement of
past Call 9645772.: 6/2 Btchg 7/21 daughter of Evelyn! BauJdree
ready. 964.7295 9644214. 5/26TF
or FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR house close to corn. four varieties, Silver Queen Look for
5th house
bridge on STASH REAL ESTATE FIRM seeking experienced Starke.
FURNISHED. 2 BR trailer. $240 hopping center, leave menage.: Call Golden Queen, Stay Sweet and Merit 6/16
> Itchg lull
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plus deposit, no-pet. 964-7047, 2tchg 964-4636. Itpd 6/16 Silklati about June 1015. Call manage
on or to YARD SALE large size ladle clothe, vice Teat estate In Stark.,
6/16-23 THREE BEDROOM, I bath hou... LR, DR. order_ $6.SO buthel. 94-6534, 78am. household item, children,
toy Person selected will have full Kenneth Paul
responsibility Pvt.
living roon-
kitchen on 2 acre with barn, approx.S 10,7.9 p.m. Jim Faulkner. 2tpd 6/9-16 clothe. Griffi Loop 2 mile past RR of hiring and training n.wIIc.n.
kitchon plush furniture* Ilk. new. mile from prl.on. 782-3159. 2tchg 3 TON CINTRAL AIR UNIT telf. track, Follow signs, Friday. Itpd 6/16 ..*. cNon.competing manage 'Completed Course
Under tree $243
plus depatit.
shady *
6/16-23 contained, used iommer.. $600.
canning |ars car seats ment graduated commissions, referral'
964-6714. 2tpd 6/9-16 FOR RENT 4 BR, 2 Bo CHA. unlurnl.rv 'Call 964.2978 after 6:30: p m. Itpd 6/16 book, kerosene heater, clothe, kitchen For Army Reserve Pvt. Kenneth H.
network great opportunity confidential -
THREE' BEDROOM HOUSE In Waldo _ed $300. Coll 964-8602: otter 6 p.m. TF JOHN DEERE 720t 4 cycle,. 2 cylinder, Item, and fence post puller, Interview call, collect Paul, son of Viola M. Paul of .
stove, refrigerator' fenced yard. $225 and grandson of
PTO 3 PH, excellent running condition. many more 1498 Bessent Rd., 9045282551 o.k.for Sharon 4tchg Keystone Heights,
mo., depotlt required. No pet*. $2.000 781-3562.Itchg 6/16 Friday Only.,8 am until. Itpd 6/16 6/223 Wmona L. Ridaugm of PalaUa has
468.2509 aft. 6 p.m. Itpd 6/16 ELECTRIC STOVE with double oven excellent 3 FAMILY YARD SALE furniture, clothe, PEP-O NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for completed a supply course at the
FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE for rent, 390 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* Iowa. condition. $175. 782.3562. Itchg. 'houwar, miC. 419 Center Street clerk cashier stock person, Apply at U.S. Army Training Center in Ft.

Cherry St.. $350/month$125 ecurity. $14 99 per month Call 964-6946. tfn 6/16 Friday 9.3 p.m., Saturday 9-3 p'.m..ltpd Pep-O. 620 S.. Walnut St..,Starke. Itchg Jackson, S C.
Will .how Thurs-Sat. 10-6 p.m, Itpd NEWSPAPER PlATESt Aluminum/ REPOSSESSED SATELLITE SYSTEM takeover 6/16 6/16 Paul is a 1986 graduate, 'of

6/16 Measures 24,36". 25 cent .och. Great payments no money down to 301 SOUTH lust inside city limit at GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial Keystone Heights ,High School.:
JUST REMODELED on. bedroom apartment for patching and repair. TELEGRAPH qualified buyer. Contact 964-6642 'for Country: Carpets. June 17-18 8 a.m. Transport need owner/operator
In town. Call 964.8588; 533 2416 135 W. Call St. 964-6305, more information Itchg 6/16 until. Something 'for .v.ryon. Help If you need training we will train you
after 5 p.m. 2tchg 6/16-23 SEAT LIFT CHAIRSr If you're a Medicare STEEL BUILDINGS 40x79x12' $343 4t; support local. ball team. Collectors' You will operate your awn tractor If Amn. George Canova ..
ONE BEDROOM t both house' nice quiet recipient with a qualifying condition, 40x100x14 $3.39 ft; 90x100x16 $3.32 ft. Elvis Presley' tapes, gulto',1yp.wrlt.r, you don't hove' .one, Commercial Reenlists in USAF
neighborhood In town no pet. 6' call toll free number for more Informa 60x100x14 $3.05 ft; 70x100x14 $2.90 ft; 'clothes, lots more. Itchg 6/16 Tran.port offer a purchase program
month-1 yr. leate. $175 month plu lion 800-445-4174.. fcan 88.277 100x100x12 2.76 ft; Allied' Steel/ SATURDAY SALE at 304 N. Orange Si, that w* think i is one of the best In the Senior Airman George A. Canova
depoilt. 3 BEDROOM 1 bath hou.. ALICIA HAY In roll under barn. Delivery t.800-639-4141. 4tpd 6/16-7/7 TV, electric: broiler, pair of car romps Indu.try, If you are 21 or over and think Jr., son of George A. and Joan F,'
[just painted Inside and out no pt*. 1 available Arthur. Gaikln. .782 3727. SEARS AC 12.500 BTU, olmotl n.w. Call boJc fan; rocking chair, new kerosene you may qualify call for a complete In Canova of Starke, has reenlisted in
years lea*. Avail. July I. $325 a 5/26TF 964-4310.2tchg 6/16-23 cook burner, trombone and case, bath formation. packag Call weekday: the U.S. Air"' Force after being
month plus deposit. THREE BEDROOM.< UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, Bradford .SEVERAL ITEMS antique round bevel gas heater glass sliding doors., new Toll Free 1.8oo.3.82H7, ask for' selected for career status.
2 bath nice large' house on Crystal Pawn Shop,'US 301 North Temple Av*.| glass mirror $20; metal cabinet 3 ft. window fOf trailer, 2V4! cord wood, operator 97.Commercial' Transport i* a (Assigned at DavlS-M nUlan Air,
Lake ha storage room plus boat ramp. Next Bradford Motel. BUY tall 20" wide, 1 drawer and bottom' good. handgun. clothes more Vonline.
to SELL. i can division of northAmerican a
.. .. ,Force Base. Ariz. Canova is an information
1 yrs. lease. Avail. July 1. $490/monlh $20 9 ft. tall 3 H. wide ,
TRADE. Phone 964-5440. Erwin. Pen- cupboard : Itpd 616SATURDAY Norfolk Southern Corporation subntidiory ,
plus William D. Tiffin/ lie. Real sack 9"'n.\' 5/26 4tpd 6/16 cabinet with top and bottom cupboard ONLY Just South of Textile 88.479APARTMENT systems operations
Estate Broker. '"-5065. Itchg 6/16 (.'.PICK Blueberries and blackberrle. ,'with' drawer $20. 964-6362.ltchg6/16 :: Town 301 North' little bit of MANAGEMENT* 'specialist with ,the 1903rd Communications
OFFICE FOR RENT 864 N. Tempi Ave..- GAS DRYER 2 old Squadron. The airman
year Whirlpool good 6/16:
1 Lou-Ann: Azalea and Blueberry' Form everything.Itpd team for maintenance
utilities furnl.hed., $350. 9647061. ,corner of 24th Ave,'and Foryth Rd,t condition, $175. 9646808. Itpd 6/16 BIG YARD SALE, 'lot of everything., and leasing dutiet. Apartment salary is a 1981 graduate of. Bradford High

2tchg 6/16-23 Open Tuesday-Saturday .7.3O: a.m. to SEVERAL ITEMS. dishwasherunder' Cheap price 1 1123 Nell Ct., behind plus benefit.,No p.... Send resume to School in Starke.
.STATE EMPLOYEES need home elate to A 30 p.m; 964.7109..chg 6/2.22 4 counter: hot water healer 50 gol; .Madison St, Baptist Church.. Frr A Sol.Itpd }Condo Corp., SOOON.W 27th Court
,your" work? W* hove clean mobile GOLF BAG A CLUIS, complete set, likenew. ', troth compacter; fiberglass thower 6/16 Suit E, Goin.vlll 32606 3txhg 6/9.23 NG Earl Williams
available. 468-1323.10/8 TF P.rv.
home enclosure, roof v.ntllalor.fa". Please ,
Call 964-6057 between 9 and 10 CARPET experience required
WALDO VILLAS 'unfurnl.hed, 2 BR p.m. 3tpd 62.16LAUNDROMAT ..coll to ..... 533.2505.2tchg 6/16-23 SCHOOLSUNITED No tool' nece.jary.. Call Completes Basic
townhouse. carpet CH A. 4681971. WASHING MACHINES MOVING Assorted size pocking bosses r Carlton William. 782-3836. Itchg 6/16
Equal Homing Opportunity; 3/10 TF $50 each. Dryers $150 each. 100 gal. with paper. Take all for $9 473-0639. i. WELL DRILLER WANTED apply at Dur.ranee ,Army National Guard Private -
-FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utlllti**' commercial hot water1' heater $750 Itpd 6/16 A 'TRAVEL SCHOOLS reservetlonists Well Drilling. 864 N. Tempi Karl D. Williams, son of Earl D. and
paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia. 9647741. Itchg 6/16 STEAM TAILE, $1 SO: stainless steel table travel agent, ticket agent, Av*., Stork 2lchg 6/16-23 Linda E. Williams of Starke, has
Hotel.' Walnut 51. by Pot Office. TF BLUEBERRIES FOR SALE longnecker $175; 14 ft, 55 bar with splashboard! live computer training placmnt WATSON REALTY CORPORATION I i. now completed basic training at Ft. Due* ,
LAWTEY APARTMENT now taking applications Form U-pick or picked on order. Open ''and sink $200; sandwich bar 12 unit. assistance, financial old available, car' Interviewing lor RE At.oclole.' For I
for 1 A 2 bedroom apart Mon.Thursday 8.1, Friday A Saturday $150; 20 restaurant tables, $20 each. retpondence/rjetldent training. Ac- 'mor* information or a confidential N.J.He is a 1987 graduate of Bradford
merit. CHSA,> fully equipped kitchen 8-6. Closed Sunday. Take SR 26 2 mile 964-4924. Hpd 6/16 J edited Member NHSC.. toll free, terview, .please call Dean 'Weave, I flign School in Starke.. '4
drape. 782-3531 New Manbger. Equat East of 301. 1.7 miles-North on CR 1469 .LUMBER "treated arid bright pine. All .1 800-782.248CK. HeodqudYlers., Clearwater 473-7653.6116
Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF Form 468.2483. Home: '475-1151) or slz... 2x4x8 treated $1.79 not treated Fl. 88.284' ERWIN INDUSTRIES now hiring welder,
CO'S CHECK US OUT) Clean rental 4732702. Stchg 6/9.7/28 $1.99; treated 2x6x16 $6.97. Stephen UNITED TRUCK MASTER, truck' driver plpefl".... Ironworker: laborer and Andrew Davis
home tailored to your pay tchedule. GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT Smith Lumber 468-2624.,7 miles South training. DOT certification, job place- crane operator. Call Mon Thu.*.. Course
Private park, laundry and playground.PINES washers, dryers ice and Ice cream of Starke on 301. Itchg 6/16 ,mint 'assistance. financial) old 964-5590 ext. 44. Itpd 6/16 Completes
SRI21 |lust south of SRI00 irt freezers, ,reach-In coolers *tc. Stork. PRESSURE TREATED PLYWOOD 12", available, correpondence/reident AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED, Colt 'Andrew M. Davis son of RandallW.
Lok. Butler. Call 496-2366. ffn/chg. KOA Kampground 964-8484. 6/9 Btchg $10.99: 3/4" $1979.; Stephen Smith, training Accredited member NHSC. today for an Interview and"a and Ginger L. Davis, and grand'
Lumber, 468.2624. Itchg 6/16 Call ,toll free J-800346-3112.: Headquarters free gift., Romano 782-.3O68. 2tchg :
of StarKe
son of Harry K. Davis, all ,
1/4" 1C PLYWOOD $9.32; ';\" CDX 4 ply Clearwater, Fl. 88.285. 6/1623
has completed a motor transport
APARTMENTSNow $7.99 9/8" $10.70; 3/4" $12.79
LAKE'BUTLER operator course at the U.S. Army
Stephen Smith Lumber. 468-2624, 7 "
Center Ft. Leonard
miles South of Storke on 301. Itchg 6/16 framing at .
faking applications for 1-2-3.4 bedroom units. These all-' .... Wood. Mo.During.
electric units are spacious with tots of closet space and all. have MOW LEASING a received training the course in the, operationand
r wall-to-wall carpeting. draperies and kitchen; appliances. Ontito COMMERCIAL PROPERTY maintenance of light military

'laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified RENTLEASESALEFOR Forest Park ApartmentsAn vehicles. Instruction is also given In

applicants. the transportation of personnel

For application and information LEASE 1.000 sq. ft.. 301 'South, apartment complex designed for moderate :: equipment and 1986 supplies. of Brad-;
." Davis is a graduate
Pleas lee us at @ acres from new KOA/Walmort Income families. No rental assistance available. ..:,.. lord High School in Starke.
1005 SW 6th Street 964-8848..964-8447, or .V.'. 473-3627, i :
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4/16 tfnchg ve, 1&2 BRIt B Apts., range, refrigerator c'VW/? :.

Lake Butler. FL 32054 aver trwwq FISH CAMP; totally equipped tavern carp' cent heat & air. patio and laundry. f Free ,:lrl! :r\; Pvt. Lawrence O'Neal I
Or Call 496-3141 a mobile home, lakefront acreage :< : 't I' ; ,
water sewer & garbage.. Rent $185. $220
owner finance, 10%, John Curies .. Completes Carpentry '
United Realty of Starke, 964-8447; eves1733627.319TF minimum. .'
For Wbrm.jlonyappacatlon: 'Army National Guard Private ,

County Line Nursery ,$119,500 WILL GET YOU approx. 88 acres 1'Y Forest Park Apartments 775 Nt 1 st Street I Il..f 'Lawrence N. O'Neal. Jr., whose

zoned ILW with approx.. 500 ft, iron ((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O. wile, Judy, is the daughter of Bill
& LandscapeOwned tog. on very busy 301. 9000 sq. ft. .,.. Crouse of Lawtey' has completed a
ft Operated by David Wainwright l l)64-6306 I I2V block bldg with 220/3ph/400 amp and carpentry course at the U.S. Army
off 4800 concrete pad. Center at Ft. Leonard
2 > framing
BR apt. icet. .
SB 1
Miles last of Slgrjie.
T on bldg., good Wood. Mo.Students.
1200 iq.ft. commer.
Complete Landscaping & De.lgn'e ,
for store of office. DOUBLEWIDE 3BR, were trained in concrete
Plant Sales e Cypress Mulch 2 ba. Fleetwood '85. eat-in kitchen, DR.' mixing and pouring building foundations -
Ig. LR w/FP. CHIA. A font, appliances and walls, cutting! windows
8 Irrigation Design & Installation Including Washer A dryer..27 ft. round and doors. Instruction included coordinating

Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding above-ground swimming pool with ,+ Auto ,1niiliiV e Business carpentry work with
jacuiii filters eg Executone tleephonetyttemt. '. Home. .. Life heating, plumDmg and electrical _
.11 HP riding mower. *1 wells work.
... 3 tepllct.. 782-3223 or 7318788. Itchg e Mobile Home 8 Health He is a 1984"graduate of Bradford

6/16 School.Amn. -
4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County .High


business, I.e., package store lounge "Samuel Sprouse
e House and 1 acre located on 4-lane hwy. Small but liveable., restaurant, bar, motel. fraternal 131 5. WALNUT ST., 964-5070 STARKE
$24.500.00. Pay $3.000.00 down, assume loan. lodge. No food sales required. Brokers Graduates from Basic

S 1 acre of land trout stream 4-lane hwy.'Frontage dandy bldg. 6/16 protected.9tpd 7/14 Call George 8137864222., _-. __,_- Airman lit Class Samuel L.
See' me atTerw Sprouse) Jr., son of Glenda L.
site. 1250000. Pay $2500 down, r't Sprouse of Jacksonville bas

e House 3 bedroom, 2 acres large'streanrt In front yard. Lovely illegal" graduated from Air Force basic

setting. 2 storage bldgs. ready to move: Into. S', Pay training Lackland Air Force Base

$5.000 down and move In. ; V. DURRANCE i Motors( ',in Texas.
His wife, Shen, is the daughter of
e These ore a few of over 2.000 listings. We have all types of f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bolash of

property from $700 per acre and up. We have small tracts.:: PUMP & SUPPLY for new,& used vehicles Lake Butler. He is alga graduate of

We also have several, cabins houses old farms.'etc* Write or 209 W. Madison St. '. Stark Terry Parker High School, Jackson

call today for a free listing brochure. You car. call free by '.'.Well Drilling 964-7200 ville.,

dialing8004387421.} Write or cai!. today

Rotary 2",to 6" L l.ddlc' StarU'ogI. ''Sgt. Enoch Starling


Murphy N.C. 28906 Pumps Army Sgt.'Enoch R. Starling son
of Lonzo R. and Louise I. Starling of
Lawtey. has arrived for duty at Ft.
All 0..

Retail Advertising Policy I,1IT"i t i Rucker.repairer Starling Ala.with is a the medium'223rd. helicopter Aviation

for The Bradford County Telegraph 0 Bradford Regiment.High. He is School a 1963 graduate of
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: SHOWROOM Pvt. Kelley Jackson,
i Let us make your advertising' work fcr you. We will gladly assist youIn VISIT OUR Completes BasicPvt.

designing what you like. We will show proof whorl requested. We For Your Plumbing Parts -
Kelley R. Jackson, daughter
win also try to place your ad on the pogo you desire however we I DENMARK I I La-Z Boy of David K.! Jackson of Starke, has

cannot guarantee position to ever/or 964-7061 completed basic training at Ft.
If we make an error In your ad.we will give credit for Iho tpaco the 411 W. Maalsin Street Jackson S.C. -
434 W, Call Slrtit
error occupied-not fof the entiio ad. We will not be hold. responsible 8A4 N. Temple Av.., Stark 184-112* f.41127MF tine a a 11181 graduate of Bradford

for errors appearing In advertising taken over the phone. :00-:30 Sat. 1:00-1:00 Hign ,School Stark

'lot us In.your advertising_. Can.964.u30S,4/3 2?10 or Nights & W*>.ke>n 496-fbi. '".757.
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All Sports Banquet... .

'I Student Athletes Honored in BHS

Awards Ceremony for Sports

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Outstanding participant award in Boys Basketball: Scholar Athlete, Volleyball: Spartsmanship. Carrie
every sport, except football,. were Eugene Blye; Free Throw Percen- Musson; Most Valuable Player, 11uIp
given out at the annual sports ban- tage, Eugene Blye; Most Improved LaShaun Butler; Most Improved p
quet, sponsored by trw All-Sports' Player, Pedro Carter; Team Concept Palyer, Kendra Butler; Coaches
Club,tuesday night May 31, in the Clifford Ivey; Outstanding Award Momka Williams. ,
Road.National Guard armory on Edwards Defensive Player, Harold Chandler; Tennis Boys: Moat Improved i.
Girls Basketball Most Valuable Player, Mark Shuford; Most '
editor Buddy for Collings tile Gainesville, now prep sports Player, Felicia Davis; Outstanding Outstanding Player, Jody Brown; -
guest speaker. Coach David Sun Hum, was Offensive Player, Momka Williams; Most Valuable Player,Jason Brown. -.' .
Outstanding Defensive Ken- 'Tennis Girtls Moat <
player : Improved
was the master of ceremonies. dra Butler Most Amy ..,. r .
Organizers of the ; Improved Player, Player, Griff; Most Outstanding 1- -- .'1":'
banquet were
Evette Covlngton; Outstanding Re- Player, Pam Carter
Gem and Jim Lewis and ; Most I it:
Jvelynand bounder, Rhonda Bright. Valuable Player,Cindy Samons. Track Stars...
Jim Womack of the All-Sports club, Boy Baseball: Best Hitter (.400) : Moet Outstanding, Sid These member ot the mrs track team won award at the annual All Sport Banquet at BIIS. .
Only about half the athletes Russell
present. Coach Hurse said There were Jason Johnson; Leadership Award, ; Most Valuable, Jamie From nails Spencer: Lee Smith,Nicole\ Wanton Lori Sapp Robert Thorpe,ChrlU lUrrell,Tanya Mitchell and'BarAaWa0
Randall Polk Best Fielder Ito
; Jim Carver; 3-D (Desire Determination Cam '
were end many of conflicting activities at Lewis; Moat Improved Player, Dedication), Mike Elder; State .
the tne school
year, including Travis Long;Most Runs Batted In Qualifier, Sill Hamilton;'Most Improved taM
final examinations at Bradford .
((17) James
Brad Hamilton. .
High Girls Softball: Most Valuable Boys Cross Country: Most
:speaker Ceilings recalled getting Palyer,Kendra Butler; Leading Hit Outstanding, Cam Ward; Sport,
his start in sports writing at The ter, Lise Tierney; Outstanding Of- smanship, Kenny DeSue; Most Im-
Telegraph/ recalled coveting manyof fensive Player Stacy Marshall; proved,Keith Thompson. Six
the graduates' as youngsters and Outstanding Defensive Player, Cor- Girls Cross Country: Most Outstanding Values
now they re in high school. CoUings, etta Daniels; Most Valuable Player, Outstanding, Lon Sapp.
who lives in the county, said he still Carrie Musson. .
follows BHS with great interest. He Golf; Most Improved Player,Link
wished the athletes well. Bishop; Low .Average(39)( David See... Awards .at Budget-Pleasing Prices !
Awards given out were: Elder. Pap 12 B .. ;

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1 Back Backed by
I These BIIS baseball and Softball pUyen won awards at the AH Sport Banquet at BUS. your local dealer and
From left to right:Jason Johnson, Kendra Butler,UM Tierney Stacy Marshall and Randall Polk., by ration.the Sadcock Corpo. ,

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Transitional# Swivel 'Rocker has
y (901) 964-765.1 Colonial Swivel Rocker has button tufted. button tufted semi-attached pillow back,rolled ,
l. back, reversible 'T' seat cushion., rolled padded padded, arms: / and reversible; 'T', seat
arms and wood trim on wings.,In Rust or Brown cushion In) Mauve Brown, Blue 'or Beige
'100%Qlefin Tweed (38SR) 159.95, '100% !Acrylic Velvet ((46SR) '$15995

,Joan fashions .r

444>>', Madison St.,,. Starfy TCaza Basse tt-' =La-Z-Boy-

%e finest in Ladies,' !Fa.siiqns"( .r


,Every day we have. different fashion line selection at
'J.rae9' a,pavings for you.
For the finest In ladles fashions visit Joan's and see

I .,. ..... for out-of-town.yourself the, savings you can have without going

Junior Acevedo was VISA MASTERCARD accepted; Layaways welcome,
the top weigh UUter honored, Alterations FREE with purchases; of$50.00 or'more.

' at the annual All Sport
Award Ceremony at BIIS. .- "1'::'
Don Wil son Martial Arts Association i -
Transitional Rocker Recliner, (3IRK) Contemporary Handle "Recllna-
te Dragon ,and ,Wall Saver Recliner oowo has''' Rocker" has puckered back saddle bag arms,
button tufted semi-attached pillow back and welt- and arm caps In Blue. Fawn or Brown.100%
ed footrest. In Saddle or Blue 100% ,Scotchgard protected' Acrylic.. 'Velvet
WhiK Vinyl .$299.95 (50KR) $299.95

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N 7:30-9:00: Honey or Rust 100% Dupont'Nylon has button tufted back Pine arms and wings. In'
Velvet (61WC) or In Brown or Blue Vinyl .
Brown or Rust Scotchgard protected Nylon Velvet
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Page UB n.i.MRAl'U, ti.VlES MONITOR SECTION June.1,1988 F

I I Top Athletes Honored at BBS

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fioyi Tract:: Most Outstanding,
Robert Thorp; Moat Improved.
rw Cam' Ward,' Spartsmansmp, Tom
.. e } mlr4 Bradford;, High Point Field, Steve
Thornton, High Point Running
Robert Thorpe. "
Girls Track: Moat Outstanding,Lon aeason's IJes ...
Sapp;; High Point Running, Lori TheM_ben' the Lady Tornado volleyball(earn won award at the
Sapp; Most Improved Christi Har- annual All' BUS.
% rell Point Field,
; Mit"cnell
i\ I Tanya Fran left to rlgfati Monlaa William.,La'Shaun seder and Kendra Butler.
Sportsmanship Nicole Wan
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Weightlifting:: Most Outstanding
J.R.Acevedo; Most Improved,Derrick -

I tr ." .. so Jones.Long;'Coaches Award, Alphon- Keystone Kutters
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the Family Hair Care Center
''II. Tennis Instruction'Starke JUne Specials

or Keystone,
.. -" Private Lessons' Perms. Colors. & Cuts

Top Wrestlers... $10 per hour OR by Vicki
I I. Thaw member*ft the BUS wrestling team won awardi at the annual All Spore Banquet and Awards ceremony.From Learn with a Friend
BIB Hamilton and Brad Hamilton..
left to rlgfcfc Sid RuaeII.MIke Oder Jamie Carver 25% OFF

: ",, For $5 each. ; ,
Call Mark at
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...;..,.ft-.. :::: Current Students

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For Appointment Call
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I" Tbee golf and tennU playeri won award for outstanding performance lid season at BUS. "
From left to right:Llnk Bishop Mark Sbuford,Jason Brown,Pam Carter abd Jody Brown.,No"pictured:Cindy
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Tennis'Sacra Tourney @[LQ[ ) @OODL[ TouringSedan'

Set;in KII' LEE B C8TES'GL8'SS ',

Opening round 'action In'the Our Mercedes Move Over!
Country Day tennis tournament has
,been set for the weekend or.June' IRC., "
25-26 with divisions for au players of $24oi "

various levels. Auto Glass .Plate Glass ..Mirrors. ;
The divisions in the tourney will be '
determined by the number of entnes Since 1926 *r
-I received, but the tentative list includes -
,, : men's "A" singles, men's
"A" doubles, men's "13" singles; 'This Week's
men's "B"doubies; ,women's "A" : Specials
singles, women's "A" doubles, With.Coupon:
women's"B" singles women's"B"-'
doubles, men ana women's A and B. Shower & Tub Fully Loaded
doubles,mixed doubles,junior boy's Framed Enclosures'Mirrors Everything Is
singles, (16-and-under),junior boy's
doubles, Junior girl's singles or Standard!
(16-and-under), junior girl's doubles 200/0 FREE
and junior mixed doubles. 3O% off 'off Installation
'In last year's tournament KHH:
faculty member Ed Agranowitz FREE Installationon 'Oldsmobile Touring Sedan .
defeated Clay Coop employee Ed
DeKeyser of Keystone Heights in an 'Mirrored Walls
'exciting final. Limited TIme ,1988, Olds Calais
If you aren't up' to Agranowitz I
talent's on the court, the "B"-divi- Jw PS PB. Air
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sions should open up the,field for (
421 W. Brownlee Rd. ( 16))
plenty of local competitors at all
levels of play, according to Tournament Starke 964-3016 = ---- :'\,995
Director Mark Friedlin who' ,
'can be reached at 413-4380(home)or
964-6305 (work) for more informa COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPOi

.. '. Surgical & Non-Surgical 1988, Chevy S-'1O

PODIATRY Treatment of Foot
Disorders EL Pickup
Television Is lull ot
headache remedies. Sports Medicine' 1,000 Lb. Payload,A/C,
Regular and Extra Diabetic Foot'Maintenance Sunshine StripingAM
'I f. Strength. But why should Radio.,2.5 4, CCL
headaches gel all the aitentlon 5 peed. Rally:Wheels..P/B "'"'
?Alter all,you' Children. r t
don't stand. or walk on
showing your head.little How concern about, 2 p.m. to'5 p.m., $ 7 99"5 Full Price l \ 7 rn I /

\' lor us?After all,a FOOT CLINIC, + ,Tax&.Tag ,f '
loolache can be too much BRADFORD HOSPITAL
tor aspirin-and it can "
be a symptom of some '"1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 1985 S10Blazer Brand New
serious health problems.", \ I ,- '88 Chevy Z-24 : Taurus I
So call lor an appoint Station
ment.",Thanks.' Robert A. Giudice D.P.M.. Tahoe Equipment V-6 Convertible-Red: wAVhita Top Wagon

468-2288 '$6995 $15,995 '$ ,

1984 Ford 1987 Chevy:, '83,Ford Fairmont,

1988 FLE, TWOOD, Escort Wagon Comoro Sp.Cp. Low Miles 6 Cylinder
Auto. Air
10,000 Miles ,
3BR,, Dotiblewide, $2995 $9450 $2295
,t" 100 I
',; "14,900Shingled '84 Merc. Marquis 1986 Ford Tempo SamuraiLow'

a81 J 1' ,
...: &* rbof wood ilmD,. plywood Extended floors delivery and ,, Milage 4 Dr.. 25,000 Miles o'8,000 Miles Like New
let-up. Fleetwood ,1 yr. warranty and : Warranty
t' $55OO $7695'

Factory Direct Means, Wholesale Prices, only atl!

,<"; ...L. : ,1985 Tempo GL 1986 Olds Calais
1985 Olds Calais
; .n Low,Miles. One Owner. [4DR
,,' Quality New Condition' Loaded Loaded 4DR AT. PS. PB.

II;;', .' ( ': $$4595, $7295 $ 4,95"

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t, 1988 C-2500 Plus No Payment Till August
t Hwy 41.N (Between 1-10 &(US,90)) Lake,City,' florida Pickup ,. '
( Financing Up to 84 Months
t" SUver ded List New
': 1988 '4BR 2BA 24x70 17,8 3.0OO Miles On Sale ,'Open:Monday-Friday 8:30: AM. tit 8 P.M.
;i+., Now At $13,941 'Saturday 9-6;Sunday 1-5
LS 5'or 6 bedroom
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xml record header identifier 2008-10-20setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date June 16, 1988dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida