Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
June 23, 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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!,: Wortfi 9slting Rhoden Awaits Transfer to Fed. Prison'


Teen The First Dance.United Methodist.. After Sentencing to 1., 2-Year Term

Church of Starke is sponsoring a '
dance Friday Evening, June 24, -"
'with Josh Bula as the disc Jockey. There is nothing- nothing lowerin of several weeks before Rhoden is 'to plan a proposed drug deal with Rhoden had been a police officer been handed down so far as a resultof
The dance will be held in this world than a crooked judge or transferred to a Federal prison convicted cocaine trafficker Johnnie for 17 years, almost half of his life' the FBI investigation, with 31 con-
Fellowship Hall, from.7 to 10:30 a crooked police'' officer," said According to the Federal system' Blame Thompson, unaware that span at age 37. He was promoted to victions and one mistrial due to a
p.m. for junior high school youth, 'outspoken U.S. District Judge'JohnH. of sentencing, Rhoden must serve a Thompson was working as an under- captain and later to major, the hung jury, and one acquittal due to a
and 8:30: to midnight for.high school Moore U as he sentenced former minimum of four years (a third of cover agent with the FBI. in his new highest ranking officer in the depart Federal Judge's exasperation with
students. Starke Police Major and Assistant his term) before possibly being ''covert role, Thompson persuaddd ment. what he considered' unreliable
fire $3 admission will include Police Chief William S. Scotty) released 'under parole for the remaining Rhoden to take part in what was After learning of Rhoden's witnesses.
tickets which may be redeemed for Rhoden to serve .a 12-year prison eight years. Although (unknown to Rhoden) an elaborate sentence last Friday, Police Chief
soft dnnks or popcorn. Additional term last Friday. Federal guidelines for sentencing plan to land a fictitious load of cocaine Jimmy, Bowen said the courts did ,Others Sentenced .

refreshments. may be purchased. were;recently adopted,' they were on Highway 225 between "'..what needed to be done and What' ,Several other defendants in the
All young people are invited. "If I had done ad a judge what you not in ellect at the time of Rhoden's Lawtey and Kingsley Lake: Rhoden. ,should have been done. No more ongoing investigation were sentenced -
did as a police otficer, 1 should be crime so they, do not apply in this said he tried to back out of "the comment" Bowen had repeatedly last'' week alter guilty pleas to
KLPOA Registration... put under the jail for the rest of my case. deal"'several times, but was talked expressed his confidence in Rhoden conspiracy to distribute cocaine
file," Judge Moore continued. back into it by Thompson. earlier, and said he promoted him Tney included Joe E., Lee, a former
Kingsley Lake Property Owners Perhaps if Mr. Rhoden had been Rhoden also admitted helping) to because "tie :was a good otticer," Call street antique dealer, who
Association will hold an dish election of .doing his job as police officer we Judge Speaks Out harvest and strip marijuana on a. and he (Bowen) believed Rhoden pleaded gUilty' to conspiracy to ,
officers and a covered supper, wOUldn't have people addicted to co- It was' the candid Judge Moore, "farm" hear Starke in early 1980, had not been, involved in illegal distribute cocaine and was sentenced f
Saturday,June 25, at the CIVIC, caine in Starke and 30 or more people noted for speaking' his mind, who, and also using cocaine at 'parties' drugsdespite reports and rumorsto to nine years. A Federal prosecutor :
Center. going to prison because hedidn t last week denounced certain in the home of former county at, the contrary. said Lee sold cocaine "in i
Voters' may register, starting followed at 6 do his JOb as a police officer," Moore witnesses in the senes of drug trials, torney Dudley Hardy.: ounces and kilos:' in Bradford County J
p.m. Social hour at 6:30. / continued Starke" Alter Rhoden learned '
as 'snakes from adding that he '- ,
by dinner at 7 p.m. Rhoden is still held in confinement "We got snakes in the Police Depart would be charged with drug viola Also sentenced was L.J. Norman, I

Benefit Dance. in the Baker County Jail, which has ment.,. we got snakes on the farm, Long Time Officer tions, he had worn a hidden FBI 44, formerly of the Live Oak area
:...._ been expanded and refurbished for and we got snakes in the bars, and Rhoden conviction came after a microphone for a short tune but and previously sent to state pnson
Bradford Association for Retarded -. use as a "holding facility" for persons probably on all the streets of Starke? four-day trial where it was learned soon refused further cooperationwith for his role m the so-called/ Bradford "
I Citizens, Inc, will hold a square convicted ot Federal offenses in,' ,from what I gather." that he had accepted over $1,000 as'' 'the investigation because he County drug ring He was sentencedto
dance, Saturday, June 25 from 4-6. this district'A spokesperson for the :Testifying in his own defense'at his' partial payment lor,his part in the didn "feel right' doing that to his nine years in Federal pnson, and
p.m., and trom 8-11 p.m? sponsoredby U.S. Marshal's office in Jacksonville trial m federal court on April 20,. supposed operation, which never: friends.. ,Lane 1. Carter, 37,ot Lawtey, received ,
the Silver Stars bquare. Dance said, Wednesday. it would be a matter"' Rhoden admitted his part m helping took place. Thirty-three indictments have eight years/
Club of btarke.' \' ,-' ,, -, ,..- I I" .
Raffle pnzes, door prizes and a "
caller auction will provide a

number of winners during the even-, County Evades Decision -

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Callers will include Ken and ,'" "
Joyce Perez, Lon and Peggy Ligon,, ., On 'Farm.
Bill and Mary Chesnut, Eddie and Alligator

'Ann Millan, Don and Donna Heins,, .
and John and Donna RoDbins.' by Buster' Rahn For Project..., '

Afternoon or evening dance, $5, BCT Staff Writer 'When opposition to' the proposal

both sessions 17.50. Bradford Bradford County Commissioners subsided, Patty Elder came to the
Dance will be held at '
Anderson-McRae to the other side of
remanded the appeal podium present "
Middle North St.
School on Orange .
back to the Board of Adjustment the question.
btarke.. Wednesday, June 15, and Ma. Elders a Master Appraiserand

Chicken Dinner: evaded handing down a decision to realtor for Outlaw Realty said
uphold or overturn the Board of Adjustment the alligator farm Wilt not decrease
Smoked chicken dinners will be (: j' .s approval of an alligator property values and the discussion '1(.;
on sale at $?.50 each,'Saturday'.,- larm on the Ernestine: McRae pro- of water levels is not germane to the
June 25, from 11 a.m. until sold< out, perl>:. question at hand,_ since it comes
.at Edwards Road Ball Field. under the jurisdiction of ,SRWiviD
Proceeds will go to the youth 1 The site contains ;3d acres, and lies not county commissioners.
( Softball Association.. / For deliveries,' ,il."i vNcRS/ on Bayless Highway,just olf &R-100, there is no smell at Don
call 1164-8334. fV some 5 miles west of Starke. Morgan's,' said Elder, in reference
RESItJENCES:1B401988:: Scott Anderson, the would-be to, the cleanliness of the alligator''
Chamber Mixer.. .* .: alligator tarm operator, did not at farm owned by Morgan.In .

,The Starke-Bradiord\ County : I. .tend the meeting, but Zoning Director closing Elder said. "We have
Chamber of Commerce will hold its / Darrell O'Neal reviewed the re- all probably learned more in the

'June Business after hours" mixer .\, ,I'' quest, which was presented to the past tew weeks than" we' wanted to
Tuesday, June 28 at Fleet Finance Board of Adjustment, Apnl 26. The know about gators.
vote by the Board of Adjustment was'
Center 301 South Plaza between
5:30: and 7pm.Republicans. r 'i'l ; Sbf. 1 ( 4-1 to allow the alligator farm, WIth'' New Evidence...?
,, '* member Pete Schlosser dissenting. Zoning Director O'Neal, in

Meet'.. I.a I. response to a question, said Anderson :
has the right to put alligators in
The Bradford County republican" y :lap The Meeting.., a pond on the property without asking
party executive committee will Atr 1 nYYi' Ij When' Commission Chairman anyone's permission. It, is

meet Thursday July 7, at 6:30 p.m. Lawrence Mosley opened the floor building houses in which to put
The meeting will be held at..722 for' those opposing the alligator alligators that requires the special

... West Madison St.i. farm, Owen McRae, came''.to the exception. ,
All persons interested in filing for podium Commissioner Joe'Riddick said,

public office and/or running running McRae raised the same issues as "I only wish some of you people
to represent republican heard at the pnor meeting, primarily -; would have visited Morgan's farm. ,
precincts are encouraged to attend., the etlect on local water levels by It has no smell and no flies. The food
CaU Ben Holtzendcrf at' 9647961for ? the pumping of 16,000 gallons of consists of frozen fish, which looks
,further information.: ; water per day from the aquifier,. good, and alligators are not fed from ,
which Anderson had mentioned in November to Apnl." .
Reading Program... r u r.? .
':' "k" I",, the Apnl hearing. McRae discussed Commissioners WIlbur' Waters
The Bradford County Library announces .fi 1 *I'Ik'S''i the possible bad smells generated by said he visited Morgan's farm and'
plans for a summer ; the operation,calling it "smell pollution found it ,to be, clean, with no bad
reading program. Tuesday morn-; ." scent.
ings, lHO:30( : a.m.,ages 3-5 (Pre- Finally, McRae declared the, I"rlor'to; tne meeting; commissioners
schoolers). alligator farm will cut property had established the procedure -:' -
Thursday m'ormngs.'ltHO:30'. values in the area by 50 percent to be followed during an appeal -

a.m., ages 6-12. and determined one of three
Lynn Newsome, who lives nearby, decisions would have to be rendered,
In Emergency,. 'said Anderson has no ""hands-on<' (1) uphold the decision of the Boardof
experience in operating an alligator Adjustment, (2) overturn the decision .
Residents of Bradford County farm, and will not answer pertinent by the Board of Adjustment,or',
whose telephone prefix is 485, 468 questions about the operation She ((3) remand the issue back to the
or 496 may call either of two quoted Anderson as saying he Board of Adjustment because of the
numbers in emergency situations, "wants' to help' an endangered introduction of new evidence.
toll free, and reach the courthouse and, She
species stop poachers. Commissioner E"".. Norman moved
switchboard during working hours. ... f acknowledged the water levels are to utilize option :3,' remand the
Those numbers are: 0; not under consideration by county question back to tne Board of AdJust-
.376-1502 or 377-5122. commissioners, but is a question for ment,. -because of new evidence,;'
After working hours, for juror A '' .' the Suwannee River Water Manage-' but he did not reveal what he con-
calls and regular non-emergency ment District (SRWMD) to consider sidered to be new evidence. Waters

business calls during courthouse. '" .,' ., seconded the motion.Commissioner ..
hours, call 375-0209 Two other neighbors told commissioners Riddick dissented -

'Voter Trial Tackles Tough' Issues... their wells get extremely low from the 4-1 vote to remand the issue'
Summer Band:, Camp... of Starke during dry spells, indicating a problem back to the Board of Adjustment.
Summer Band Camp at Bradford, The attornle and NAACP reprnentatlvell examine the map showing the residence city does exist in the area, which Laverne Outlaw asked, Has the
Middle School $8 per student. commissioners since 1940. (L-R) NAACP representative < Brown' Attorney Bob Webber, courtroom' may be aggravated by drawing an board acted correctly/ 1 think we

Register at the Vo Tech Center. artist EJ. King< and main Attorney David LIppman are concerned with proving. that blacks' do not have an additional 16,000 gallons of water. a are spinning our wheels, and, not
".. Dates, June 23, 28, 30, July S, T, 12, equal chance at representation under the present districting scheme. ,day from the ground. making a decision. '
and 14.

Singles Starke Church Meet.of God.. Christian Starke Voter Rights Trial Continues, City's Case ,is .Rested WednesdayThe I

Singles in Action will be having Brown rested the City s shows that there is substantial racial as the prosecution presented its casein Scott, all members of the BradfordNAACP'
their meetings the second and Bradford Chapter of the Attorney and black alienation, the trial in which tm Bradford chapter' and all unsuccessful -
fourth Fridays of each month. NAACP versus the City of Starke is case at 11:32 a.m. Wednesday June polarization contradicting the findings of Chapter of the NAACP seeks to have former Starke or Bradford
Good speakers, food and into its seventh day rind looks like it 22. The trial didn't end, however-, thus Catherine Dowd, a Political Scien- single member districts established ,County political candidates, testified ,.
fellowship are featured each time. will continue tnrougi.noon Thursday because rebuttal Attorney witnesses Lipman since presenting he has tist at the University of Georgia. Dr. which would include a black; majority that blacks cannot be adequately '.
Call 964-7678 in the Federal Middle District Court does draw from district by using the Reno area. ,represented on the city commission "'
01'.964:5681.Summer Wald the study
: burden of this issue. says
of the State of Florida, in the the proof in all said
defense presented the stratified random sample of voters By the tune attorney David Lip- by a white person They a
Program... Federal Courthouse in Jacksonville. Tuesday the and it was wise to commission the man of Miami rested the prosecu- white cannot adequately represent
>. The attorneys are not expected to results of a 1986 voters survey Sciences Institute at Fla. tion's case just before noon Friday. blacks at any level of government in
'The Recreation Department sum make closing arguments, but are expected contend that blacks feel they can State Policy University to do the survey, June 17, there had been four days of ;the county, the state U.S. House,
mer program will begin June 12 to present written bnefs to, participate freely in the electoral testimony that blacks; have U.S. senate, the Supreme Court or i
field side
and run through August S. Trie the court. A 'Terrellpresiding process. The rebuttal Witness Dr. and fiat the done.Thursday work was professionally historically been discriminated even the presidency of the U.S." .
Center will be open from August 8 Judge William Kenneth Wald, Political Behavioral .. Allen by the white majority. under questioning by defense attorney ... 'I
until school starts, hours "9-5, for Tampa is expected at a later date., Research Scientist from the University morning Dr.testified, Members of the Bradford Chapter of Terry Brown.' r
free play only, for youngsters aged The .suit is an attempt to prove I of Florida,will refute the resultsof Ljchtman, who has already for the .the NAACP said blacks still today "Had 1 been a white woman I
and tesu- as an expert witness prosecution
7-14. that blacks, who have never been the survey is currently are discriminated against m the ci would have won by an overwhelming
to return to testify I
of Starke office lying at press time and is expectedto is expected k landslide 1 believe said Ms. 'I
able to elect a City rebuttal witness.A ty's electoral process.In ,
American Legion... Wednesday afternoon.In again as a
I holder, are not adequately or fairly, day-by-day account: of the trial Starke, blacks: vote for blacks, Maurice White, 57, a, teacher: at
Jones-Langford-White Post No. represented in the City election pro-. his in-depth criticism the of every Dr. follows; whites vote for whites, and a black Starke Elementary, in answer to a'I''
56, Amenvan Legion will install officer cess. point and question in survey lias no chance to be elected in a city- question by attorney Lipman about, I
'Wald said that the question
for the coming year at a sup- Attorneys .David Lipman and of 350 voters u not of the A Divided Starke... wide election, they claimed. Blacks her 1969 city commission race.'
Tuesday June 28. Robert Weisberg are representing survey compose some 31 percent of Starke For a black candidate to run is a
per Social hour at 6:30 covered tne Bradford Chapter of the NAACP.. highest professional standards A picture of a divided Starke, with resident, and nave ranged in recent waste of time,effort and money Ms.
p.m. should if used as a and white communitie -'
dish at ?. All members and City Attorney ferry Brown is defen- which it be it 18 separate black years between 23 to tne current :34 While told attorney Brown in cross
supper urged to attend. ding the City of Si a rue, trying to guideline for electoral rights. He m which bucks have been percent of city voters. examination M*.. White further
spouse are show the Court blacks do participate aid toe information in the survey denied a seat on the city commISSion M*. Carolyn Spooner,Ms. Maurice
adequately and are able to elect a should be disregarded by the court. by the current city-wide at-Urge White, Rev. Leroy, Davis,:Jimmy fie* Voter... Page SAflqF
black .if the right, porllOnWllhe". Dr. Wald contends mat the survey voting system was painted last wrak

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Page JA TELEGRAPH June 23.19118

Hall Announces Noes I
Candidacy : '

''FCCD check on those citizens who have
Banquet... not called in.: If there is no answer,
,For Dist. 4 :School Board SeatRodney The Florida Council on Crime' a police officer will visit the
and Delinquency awards banquet Is residence..
set for Friday June 24, at the RMC Chief Bowen reminds the public
P. Hall, ''veteran school Hall has served numerous terms on business He recently retired from Training BUIlding at Lake Butler that the service is available.
board member. announced this the board of directors of the Florida the ''DuPont Corporation as an Dinner at 6:30: ; Dance from 9 .
week that he will seek re-election to School Board Association. He has employee relations supervisor r'w'i until.,,
the Bradford County School Board, also served on tne Association ad 'where he coordinated management.
District 4. hoc ,and standing committees. He safety, mechanical and operator ;
Call-In Program.. Support Group...
serves the community at an active training *
Hall is the dean of the local school participant in the Starke/Bradford Hall is presently serving on active A morning call-In service to Mrs. Betty Patrick of Starke is
board and emphasizes; that his many County Chamber of Commerce duty with the Florida National assist senior citizens who are aloneis forming a support group for
years of experience as a member of In''announcing, Hall points to his Guard and is a sergeant major at offered by the Stance Police parents of the 400 special education. .
the board compliments the en- many years of management training Camp Biandmg He is married to the Department, according to Chief students in Bradford SChoolS
thusiasm of newer members. In addition and experience that is a valuable former Janice Dansby They have Jimmy Bowen. Such a group would give parentsa
{ to serving on the local board, asset In conducting school board two sons,Steve and Richard. To become Involved in the program -< sounding board, an idea exchange
a citizen is asked to register group, and members could provide
"" wIth the Police Department, then emotional support for each other.
Seek ," ( 1\ call in before 10 a.m. each day. For more information, call ,Mr*.
Schlofman Will
Re-election After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will Patrick, !9646349VAurauHEs

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To Dist. ,3 School Board ,SeatBradford '

County School Board and construction of' covered young" Men In America in 1979,1980, Rodney Hall
member, Dr. Len Schlotman, an- walkways He also recently par- and 1981 He is a former naval ot- School Board Candidate, Dint.4
nounced fuesday that he will seek ticipated In torts to obtain additional iicer who served two years at the
re-election to the District. 3 School funds to help'renovate the 1954 Naval Air Station in Jacksonville on '
Board seat. BHS gymnasium. a naval scholarship before moving i
Schloimatu-appomted to the seat Initiation ot a "Say No Drugs'' to Starke. SALE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
Bob Graham' '1985,, policy,encouragement of stricter attendance TODAY
by Governor in bctiiofman has also been active in STARTS PRICES GOOD 'HRU SATURDAY
was first,elected to the seat in 1986 policies, and increased community affairs by serving as
for a two-year term.' Currently,,he state funding tor our local: area are treasurer,' vice-president and presI- { POLYESTER a COTTON DAN RIVER 1"%POLYESTER
< serves the board as chairman. also board projects ol which, he expresses dent of the local Kiwanis Club. He' .r # POtnsnuconOll FIBER-FILL
The past two years have .seen pride; has also served SIX' years on the MESH
major chat ges in the school Schlof man received his Bachelor's StarKe/Bradford County Chamberof 60" WIDE, OXFORDS luat.oRM
system."Schlofman noted. "1 would Degree trom the University of Tennessee Commerce board of directors and ...... .to.S.fims.FANCRs i 11 No.Ut .
like to continue be a part of an ac- where he graduated with now holds the post ot president-elect lAG
tive board intent on tile betterment honors in 1974. He earned the Doctor He has also been past president of SAVI C 77.
of Bradford County's educational of Optometry Degree from the Illinois his local processional organization, 49 y4. 99,< WAI',
School of 1979 2.10 2
system. Optometry in then; Northeast Florida Optometnc,
Accomplishments ''WhIch'' Schlot He was listed in Who's Who at the Illinois Society. ,
man participated in, and of which he College ot Optometry in 1979 bchlotman ,and his.WIle, Cherese COUIGIAn a nOfISSIOIIAL
.said he is,very proud include the., He was student body president his have three Children with two of SPORTS TEAM PRINTS
$400,000 renovation of the hIgh' Junior year,! as well as vice- them, Jill and MiKe, currently attending .(CILTKS.10NeOS
school auditorium, the constructionof president of the senior class. Bradford County Schools. Dr. .UICONS.TUlKflS
the Starke Elementary ad- Dr. Schlotman was a member of Pete Gianas will serve as Scnlot- .liD SIliNS.MAN MOlE $249
ministration building, ,Improvements the Gold Key Honor Society and has man's campaign treasurer In the upcoming r 45"wid. .4." val".
in classroom, facilities been named to a list of Outstanding election, ft,


,Commissioners Overrule Zoning Board's ,A I SHOULDER CALICO e 100% COTTON CHAMBRAY

I Recommendation for" Lee Property PADS" PRINTS .SOU' +0"S.wIn$TRIPES'f :

I Ol>IIP1.Y.4 e......' '
;' .y} 4S" wide .
Buster to.''increasing the'density! pf mobile, Drivas ramrodded '''' : ;;;
'by Kahn the whole thing Dr. Len Schlofman'' $
BCT Staff Writer homes irom one per acre to two. Henry Mumiord, who said he livesa 2 '""rS 1 OO ........ 1"r' 149'
.County Commissioners ,turned Melanie Evans presented commisisioners thousand feet away,' asked why School'; Board Dist. Candidate, fer'' 2.49 .
down tM Zoning Board's recommen- with a petition containing 230 Lee'' would 'not'consIder. .putting'
dation to approve rezoning Maurice names, protesting the rezonmg. She trailers next to his own home; The POLYESTER COTTON 101" POLYESTER WORLD fAMOUS
Lee's property on Onifis Loop from, I reiterated points raised at the zoning question had been asKed in the prior NER'S''
\is Open Rural to Single, Family' board meeting, and scored a telling meeting,' to which Lee replied ,"1 BATISTE. CREPE .de SKI
'j blow when she said."We "" ULTRA
got an unfair
Residence-Mobile homes In 'a don't want one there Hampton Jamboree.
,meeting, Wednesday, June ,,' hearing" at the zoning: board Mumtord asked lor,'a delay 'in .. .SOLIDS CHINE '
regular" meeting. 'rendering a' final decision ""giving The City of Hampton is sponsoring PRINTS .... SUEDE a..SCiaS.nsn.FASQt .
15.The : Commission Chairman Lawrence .." Jamboree w45" .rACU_
request by Lee to rezone 4,8 .us time a the first Saturday. ,
''acres to accomodate two additional Mosley asked for an explanation ol, O'Neal said,/i'Cll get with you on 'ot each month through August, R.yukr'
mobile homes was considered by the' -the statement' and was told that, procedures," to WhIch' Mumtord from 1 p.m. until 11 p.m., at the CI- wld. .... wIN' s4.D0, '700
county zoning board May ,24, and Zoning Board' Member Spyros replied, -it looks like we've been ty Park. The July 2 event is for UI $198 $1'8 NOW
received strong' opposition from Onvas is related by marriage to. procedured out. Brittany Nichole Curtis, a two VALUE 11h 0;'
neighbors and relatives. In an at- Mrs. Maurice Lee. Several other area residents spoke month old infant needing a liver .w.ewvni.
tempt to appease Lee reduced the. The point was raised in the zoning against the request, citing safety of ,transplant. 'NOBODY BUT NOBODY ,.., .... flORIDA'S LARGEST
request to the front 2.9 acres, but ap-. I board meeting May' 24, at which children, the volume of trat lie on the UNDERSELLS FABRIC KING! ,'''' FABRIC RETAILER
parently ,no minds were'changed.;, time Dnvas asked Zoning Director graded road adjacent to the property -
and the controversy carried over to ,Darrell O Neal to determine if a con- the lowering of property values,
the commissioner meeting ilict of interest existed,'.saying he the setting of precedents and water
The hearing got underway by Lee would disqualify himself if requiredto pollution .Irom overflowing, septic
stating bnetly his desire to add two do soO'Neal. tanks.
mobile homes to the existing :3 unitson read the Statute covering
the 4.8 acre plot ((4 MH and 1 the situation, and determined that One resident said, "Ignorance is
,small frame house Lee said he Drivas was not in conflict by sitting: no excuse. He should have gone and
spent installing a septic tanK on the board. checked out the law before putting
lor the two proposed: units, prior to Later m,the evening ot May 24, m tne ground," in reference to
requesting rezoning, pleading ignorance Drivas spearheaded the movementto Lee's installing a septic( tank without
of zoning laws. have' the request approved, and approved zoning (Lee had a permit
Following Lee to the podium, his: outlined at length his reasons for, issued by the Health Department).
brother A.i. Lee,stated he has no voting to approve Lees, request. Donny Evans said, "He put the
objection to the additional tra tiers. Attorney ReggIe. Flynn said. tank down..: he has a telephone. I'm
A.Z. Lee said he owns a mobile Regardless ol the strength or, not sorry for him. He made a
home park containing 8 sites across weakness of the argument, it is Mr. business decision, and now he has to I
,the road Irom the Maurice Lee pro- Drivas': responsibility to make the pay for it."
perty. decision. The Zoning Board's recommendations Chairman Mosley 'allowed ,
Claude Morgan, who owns adjacent are only advisory:' 'everyone to speaK who wanted to do
property, gave his approval for O'Neat stated, that Drivas, had so, before calling for a decision by.
the rezoning. Morgan is related to come' to tile, zoning -office, and ,the commissioners. "
Lee, also. t'ii;; discussed the possible contlict of interest Commissioner E!.. Norman moved -,
with him. No legal. conflict. ex,, to deny the petition, seconded by I
The opposition... ists, said ONeal. ,Commissioner Maxie Carter. _

'The opposition, some 20-25 area ( Evans concluded by saying-"We, The motion to 'deny the petition .. |B Jl M
residents,were adamently opposed reel like we were,railroaded t because carried 4-1,with Mosley dissenting SAEaoNisS t, swww3oizj 1.1. SAE1iw40.i4t 7 _

II Commission Approves Convenience'Store on'' Brooker Road JL % < iiy"Motor

Bradford County CommIssIonerSmet Board .in regards to'the Newman. re-,;' Universal Cable f V Co., ''to operate Quart
Wednesday, March 16,' with a quest.. "" .in the county., oii Oil Is APT lust Motor Oil:
relatively short agenda the Zonmg'Board also viewed Ii' Clay Cable TV already holds a _____ U.N.r sa N.Mr' .,
,two items recommended by the presentation by> John SamborsKi, non-exclusive franchise but has not -__
Bradford County Zoning Board. anda representing the DuPont Mining Co.tin ventured outside the city limits, with (" '
., county TV cable system.." which the firm ,requested a few exceptions. (
Two other items were' tabled :"Special Permit Review," to mine bier good through July 7 ,. ,
,without conclusive action. taken, some 1,400 acres in the Highlandarea Tabled for Now..ICommissioners .
of Bradford County. tabled two items
''Zoning Approved.,.. '. : Samborski told the Zoning Board ,for the time being.Installation .. Starke Motor p'arts- "
In a county zoning board that DuPont purchased 7,400 acresof of a burglar alarm in
February 23, the Zoning Boar land in Duval, Clay, Baker..andBradford 'the library' '155 W. Brownlee- Road-Starke '
recommended approval of a request, counties,and permits Discussion of a landfill site.. All +theright parts in,
by James A Newman to rezone two in each county. The tabled items may return to the t 964 060 .
acres on the Brooker Road, at the The Zoning Board recommended agenda at the next regular. meeting allthenghtPlaoes!' ,
corner or CRand CR-227, from approval ot the special permit, and ,Monday April 4.;
residential to commercial,. to ,ac the Board of Adjustment approvedthe
I comodate a convenience store. special exception for mining. . -. ,',. .' ,-
Following the'' Zoning ,Board County Commissioners followedthe
meeting, the Board of Adjustment rcommendation, and 'approved
approved the Installation of gasoline the special permit review 1
pumps for the retail sales ,of
t petroleum products. County Cable TV,.. fGEORGE,
'rhecommIssIoners'approved the Commissioners, extended a nonexclusive .
recommendation of the Zoning .cable fV franchise ,to "


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No. Z88-2, Louis Miliotl, has been .
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This:final hearing rezoning' ;
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application File No.: Z88-2, Louis Milioti, .: 'MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT' '

from ,R1A to R2A' at 122-4 North Myrtle AlistaIe'ft .

Street, ,will be heard July'5,. 7:30: '

p.m.. in Councilroom, City Hall, Starke, t. 9647826a :
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'Neil Tucker City. ,Clerk -- U..G&LIC..U'V STARKE, FLORIDA! 32091 .

June 21,. 1988


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said, "you're not going win ,comprehensive revision, they said.. Starke is a Democratic stronghold 'survey experience reveals people'will Former school board member J":t. ,nobody was opposing Silcox.
anything, so why runf" Under questioning by atty. Brown ,in local elections with 96% of blacks exagerate their voting experience Parrish testified that in his opinion, But Holiday testilied, under questioning .
In 1969 Ma White ran third behind historian Snofner said he'd reviewedonly and 87% of white votes for' In a survey to, make Ms. Carolyn Spooner, a black can by defense attorney Miyosm
current Police Chief Jimmy Bowen city council minutes and Democratic candidates Dr. Stanley i themselves look good,and that it has ,didate tor the District S school board Smith that he lacked white support.
and former phone company 'executive newspaper articles submitted by said. been found that one question does seat m 1984 did not conduct herselfas Holiday said he ran because it wouldbe
Gerald Williams, both white. plaintiff attorneys. However,when The mean margin of victory in not contaminate the other questions.At though she wanted to be elected. a stepping stone for blacks in
When attorney Brown pointed out shown articles and minutes by atty. Starke elections from 1966-1986 is 172, about 2 pm. the ,direct and Ms. Spooner sang about drug abuse Starke politics. "1 feel ,if you set'
Ms. White received 455 ,votes and ,Brown, Shofner would not agree votes,Dr, Stanley said meaning the'' cross examinations of Ms' Dowd 'at the ,Lawtey rally, mailed out back /and do nothing, then nothing
there were only 353 black voters they altered his opinion of racial margins were less half of the time' ended and then began a parade of flyers requesting campaign' contributions will be done;'"said Holidays
registered, Ms. White said, "1 trunk mistreatment Though the articles and more the other half defense witnesses called by attorney' which Parrish called "in- Support increased in the 19 runoff
the white votes received were givento presented by atty. Brown were examples Dr. Stanley suggested that black' Brown. approproate," and campaigned, on race against Silcox, but Holiday said
cover up racial overtones/" of better treatment, they do voters numbering over 500 voters, Former police chief, Ken Fuqua Sunday, another mistake. 'some blacks told him they "owed
-Blacks have been dominated by not disprove the racial injustices of could control an election if they all who served from 1969-73: testified Under cross examination by atty. Silcox"and would vote for"the white
whites al these years, and don't history Snofner! said. voted together The 1979 city election his department watched and at- Lipman. ParriSh said ne did not, see .candidate. .
want to rOCk the boat," said.Ms. turnout of some 1,400 voters in a tempted to contain an out-ot-town Ms. Spoorer campaigning, door-to- Asked by atty, Smith why he lost
,White. Controlling blacks Is possibleby The Other Side..., Starke record, he noted.In that race white surpremist organization, and door on his rounds or see campaign tne race Holiday 'saId: 1))L, becausehe
loyalty through fear of the KKKor .fhe'right black, a long tune and Vernon Silcox beat George Holiday, that city police also accompanied a cards on the door knobs ot houses, is alack, 2> lack ot experience in
by the fact that a black owes a well-liked resident, does, have a a black candidate by 181 votes. black group out of Gainesville' to but often run Into the successul can- politics, and 3) lack ol know-how.
white for economic reasons or tied to chance to be elected in the city, said It would take a 33 percent keep order didate, Mrs. Evelyn Chastam, on his Holiday,'under redirect examina-
a white for employment,. Ms.'White veteran City Commissioenr Vernon crossover vote by whites for a blackto Excerpts from' the deposition, 01'CIty rounds. tion by atty. Brown said a white official -
said. Silcox taking the witness ,stand win.,Asked by Judge Hodges why Clerk Neil Tucker who is vacationing It was common knowledge in 1984 cannot adequately and fairly
Jimmy Scott said he ran for office Thursday,June 16, at the request of Holiday didn't win with his 35 per- is Canada,were read into the that Ms. Spooner was a plaintiff in represent quacks; There is "...that
in 1986 Because with single prosecutor Lipman. cent crossover vote, Dr.Stanley said record by both the defense and pro- the NAACP law suit then pending phobia, You feel they don,,really
member districts I felt 1 could win" Door-to-door campaigning is ,important Other factors played in, such as being section. Parrish said. ,Lipman objected to have your interests at heart, They
Scott is president of the Bradford in winning an' election, up against a formidable can For the defense, the clerk testified that statement and Judge Hodges ,don t care as much, Holiday saId.
Chapter of the NAACP and elected Silcox said.Former didate, and that Holiday got 75 candidates usually spend their own asked how Parrisn knew that From
unopposed to the District 1 seat I Commissioner Jimmy perent of the'black 'vote wmch money, mostly their qualifying lee. talking to people In the community, Ross Chandler..,
which is some 55 percent black, on 'Crosby,however,testified Thursday means Silcox received 25 percent of In Brown excerpts, Tucker said i Parrisn answered. Denying he dropped put of the 1986!
the school board following the the that race is a factor in city elections. the black vote. He has campaigned door-to-door race lor the ,city commission
establishment of single member When put back on the stand Monday' Dr. Lichtman, the prosecution ex- 'when lacing Opposition George Jlol1da .., ,because ''of an NAACP request,
voting disticts in the county following by the defense Crosby said race is in pert, witness, examining 10 black -There are no,racial overtones 'in Black contractor George Holiday 'nonetheless, the lormer candidate
; settlements m NAACP law suits the'top 10 factors in getting elected, and white city elections, found city elections. 'was put on the stand by atty Brown Ross Chandler said Bradford
m which both the school board and but not in the top two ,or, three fac evidence of polarized voting in .The,city' supports the Bradford ,in an attempt to show he thought he Chapter NAACP officials Mrs,
county commission gave in withouta tors. which whites vote for whites and County Concerned Citizens, a black had a good chance to beat veteran Elizabeth Walker, Mrs. ,Maurice
trial. Scott is the first black ever to I Commissioner Charles Schaeter, blacks for blacks from 60 to 80 per- dominated organization, with, $a75 incumbent Vernon Silcox in a 1979 White, and Jimmy
serve m a county or city otfice. testifying Friday,said it is untrue he :cent of the time. Dr. Stanley found per month. ,race ed concern bout me running. They
Scott said he once approached conspired to have Ms. Spooner polarized voting, out to a lesser extent That blacks appear,; regularly Holiday Agreed he has! come the, :speculated that it I won what would
former Gov.,Charlie Johns for his released from the Bradford-Union' and less often'in his 93 election before the city commission and their' closest to beating Silcox. but that his happen They did not ask me to drop

support and came away dIscouraged. Guidance Clinic analyizations. .. requests are .generally considered candidacy was hurt, by:lack ot door- 'out of the race,",Chandler said,
.Scott said he was told to go ahead .The councilmen testified .they "You cannot second guess black- "favorably. ,, to-door{ campaigning because Holiday -, There was no demand, no command -
and run but that if anybody else have recruited blacks to serve on appointive voters,'* said Dr Stanley,saying the ,At present some white was working out ol town and had However,,Chandler'withdrew'
came out Gov. Johns would have to, boards, and that the council I cases of polarized voting noted by neighborhood lack paved roads.: only the weekends to campaign.. Being tne next day he said because ol alack
support the other person. With that has been attentive to requests from Dr. Lichtman cause him much con That city' political candidatesmuch a resident of Marke only eight ot time to mount the necessary,
Scott said, he did not run ,black residents. cern because Or. Lichtman analyzed ot the time run without opposiition. 'years,'at that time, was a disadvantage campaign and a lack ol funds,
Anytime a black would run for the There 'was'' no money to install only 10 elections Holiday, said. Holiday agreedhe Tne tact is, you were reluctant to
county commission, school board, or ,utilities and paved roads in the blackor !The insights are not as simple as' In' cross examination, attorney received about 3/4 s of the black withdraw,' atty Brown said, "I< .
city commission, the black, wOUld' white sections prior to 1980, city we'd like. We're not talking' pinpoint Lipman read excerpts from fucker vote but lacked white ''crossover ;wouldn t use the word 'reluctant: r
,need white support and just could commissioners testified. Some 1.5 accuracy," said Dr. Stanley, but "deposition that said;' votes to a great degree He also said .!Chandler replied, ,
nO get lt. Scott testified "It was million in federal Community must use approXImations., Dr. No black has ever held office in he realized alter the race mat he had ,Atty. Brown has, contended
very, much evident with the at-large Development Block Grant monies Stanley noted the same information Starke and, there are no black taken' on a formidable opponent in ,throughout the trial'that Chandlerwas
system we just could not win," has all been spent in the Reno area can be used by political scientists' to department heads, ;Silcox: and I ignt have, done better urged' to 'drop out because a
reach different conclusions. That Ross Chandler would have black
testified Scott. in the 1980s. There are white areas against Comrnissionr Chars/ win might prejudice the
" Dr. Stanley said he uses the same stood a good chance ot ,winning a Schaeler ,NAACP law suit.
testified still. Brown
Scott and Ms. White also without semes Atty.
\ scientific methods to analyze elections (council seat in 1986 alter incumbent Schaefer Under cross examination .,
under questioning by brought out, via Silcox, that Coma But, back then, was by atty
r Brown, that meetings of the Brae' missioner Bobby Biggs lives' on a as Dr. Lichtman, but repeatedly Jimmy Crosby dropped out 'it unseating former mayor'and com- Lipman, Chandler said tie I ell he had
lord Chapter of the NAACP are dirt road. cautioned about basing conclusions Chandler had gotten tne black vote 'rmssioener Joe Warren. Holiday tne same Chance as any other black
usually attended by 5-10 persons.. '"If there is a black and white issud on too narrow' a sample.' Had and some white, crossover.. ,taught WIth Warren at the Bradiord- to be I elected in the cIty. But m the
he been able ; to analyze 1,000 Chandler however, was requestedby Union Vocational Technical Center,
Scott, Ms. Elizabeth Walker and in city government In Starke, 1 don't ,', '
said precincts, the results of his analysis the local NAACP group to and Warren ,encouraged mm', Holii Voter... SASf0
Ms. Maurice White also testifiedthat know it, Silcox answering LIP- II ',Sec; Page
the NAACP chapter asked Ross man. Silcox said Reno has been ,would be much, more accurate, he, (withdraw, and did :withdraw. day *2c:!,i' u, get ,in the; race since. ,
,stated, :
Chandler to drop out of the 1986 city segregated, ,"k.but' you'd be surpris', Dr_Stanley did not contradict Dr... '

commission race against incumbent 'ed how many",' blacks' live. throughout. Lichtman's i i findings,; but simply
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. Scott the city. ,
questioned the accuracy of the conclusions
said the request was made, to Silcox said he doesn know how
reached analyzing 10
\Chandler '"...beCause It''was ,the, 'the streets were paved and utilities elections, compared to btanely ,9J k ulli NFOSdtiOfrJal
wrong time , with ,litigation ,were installed first in the ,white elections The 93 elections he analyze{ WfEkasiN
pending" areas. That was before my time.
ed subset ot the total
still are just a
It 'was admitted ,that Chandler, In the 18 years he. been on the council elections over the past 20 years and
, who had already announced, thought Silcox said, there has been no 'the results must still be used with
:' he had a chance to win and reluc-, money to extend utilties anywhere., caution Dr. Stanley said. '
tantly agreed to Withdraw,but did so The, turnaround came with the Thus,,: the ,battleground Mondaywas
at the request of NAACP members. federal funds for ,Reno' and the over,which elections should be

Commissioner Charles Schaefer, parallel electrical interconnection considered. Atty. Lipman, lor the [K YS ,
'who atty,Lipman got to testify he'S which placed Starke on the state prosecution contends only races w..o
never voted tor a black in city elections -, power grid thus reducing power with black and white candidates are
,'also testified he,thought Ross costs, Silcox said., to show that blacks do not
pertinent June 29TH.At
: Schaefer :Befll Thur. JUM 23RD, Thru .
Chandler'could have?won, iruiaue ,_ Commissioner testify participate in Starke elections., Prices
because"Commtsslonenw"\ > ,'1.*',)... Friday,said no black has applied Atty,: Brown lor the deiense, con- Our Starke & Macclcnay Location Only I
tn trouble In both the white and black '''tor City department head posts. Up tends that in addition to black and F s
communities. Schaefer said he had' man brought out testimony that all white elections, that white on white'' -
promised Chandler his support 'city department heads' are white elections should be studied in the EVAN 300
Scott also testified he felt comfortable ', persons. contention that the sample should be JIM BEAM o WILLIAMS WINDSOR ,
talking to no city commissioner Commissioners ,testified- that broadened to show the voting KENTUCKYBON CANADIAN MAIL-AWAY
since CommiSSioner' Crosby single member districts in the city tendencies of blacks when no blackis "'gEFQr"" BLACK LABEL, REFUNo'BOUR
left the council. would be too fmall. With only 2,400 funning 90, PROOF
Scott said a black knows the needs voters city wide, each district would '1.75 LITER LITER 1.75 LITER

of blacks because he is from that environment have have only 500-odd voters, and a Crosby Up Again... 11.99
and that culture ,block of 150 voters would be enough, Former city commissioner Jimmy 12.49 7.99 ,VlfiNJINBt4h
Crosby testified he was aware that to swing an election, they testified. v+AUtwY
Crosby testified Friday that race is a CASE, COAFSE
Ross Chandler would have been a' Silcox said in a town the size of factor in city elections, stuck to his v OF 12''95.00 71.007
formidable opponent. "I don't know Starke the best system of checks and _- -1
when put back on the stand .
organized thing," Crosby balances is an at-large system -- : a
if it was an Monday I by atty.: Brown. ,
: I., said, under questioning by Lapman Other important factors are moral a r Z00 i iILAWAY
movement Black Strides... 'If,
,H \,' who asked if there was a character, reputation, education,
in 1986 by city commissioners to en-1 The first witness for the defense length of residence, how many people MA REFUND
'sure,the election of a black There Friday afternoon was School',Supt., a candidate knows, and how successful AmbassadQr
,was talk that a Chandler win might, Jim Duncan who testilied black a candidate appears, Crosby OLD ws- USHERS
preclude a law suit, Crosby said. Bradford students'are above the, testified Monday 86 Proof "' 5""
Rev. Leroy Davis, who has lived inStance ,average,, when compared to' A racist could get elected ,in 'THOMPSONBLENDED ;8 Year Old SCOTCH
: ', since 1969 an'l is a former unsuccessful statewide blacks,' on the state're Starke, but not one who publicly ex- Deluxe ,Scotch: USHER'S
; candidate for the ,city' ,quired student achievement test used presses racial views, said Crosby. ,WHISKEY 1.75 LITER n 750 ML.
commission and school board also to test minimum' requirements Crosby testified that under certain LITER
testified blacks were afraid to run ,'for graduation. conditions a black could be electedin : 15.95 5.99
because of their Job or Bradford students about 5.99 .'
,tor election White are Starke, such as when an incumbent
(( credit. Davis said he feels he lost the I on the average of statewide white' has piled up too many M. 94.50 g 56 7100 OF CASE 12
elections, because he is black.' .students Duncan'' said. White negatives. Blacks do participate in ,
Both Davis and Ms. White testified students score higher, but only a few I city politics, Crosby said, in answera
about receiving 'cold receptions percentage- points than blacks' question by attorney Brown. ANCIENTSKOLPROOF
when campaigning, among white Supt. Duncan testified, when questioned George' Bowen, a ,Bradford CORDONS --
residents," by atty. Lipman., teacher and president of the Brad-, ,AGE VODKA -
C, Scott's election to the school boardI .1(,' Dr. Bernard McFadden. coordinator ,ford Education Association, testified GIN _, OR GIN
\ : I' 'is ",..a new day; an inspiration, and :! of the SFCC Starke Center, the teacher union endorsed a black ,GIN a
; r?" adds a little bit of life," said Rev.' testified that SFCC six scholarships candidate. Ms. Carolyn Spooner,,in (
,'"i'J,,'' ', Davis ,"I can't understand ,whY' are given to black students,and four 1986 because she was best qualified. 1.75 LITER' GO LITER 19.59 9
we're here today, living in America.; are paid for by Guy Andrews. Bowen said a majority of teachers +
';' What's wrong\with single member Questioned about the economic present at a meeting must vote for,a i
,.. ,We make decisions -, between whites and blacks '
,., districts: can help disparity ,BEA endorsement, (
;,;. at city hall! ,We are by Lipman's ''assocIate Attorney, '
( mteu gent.'' Bob Weisburg Dr. McFadden Fuesday Action... 1A'I
"In Bradford County: the '
replied A 1986 voter survey, with more, '
Looking Back.... economic status of black and white contentions that blacks cannot be

Dr"Gerald Snofner, a history pro- residents is not the highest, and ,fairly represented by white officials,:
fessor at the U, of Central Florida ,everybody has needs.;" Blacks also and some political disclosures'' ot
told of the histOriC testified during last week that the,
for 16 years past years took up the day Tuesday Amber & Silver COFFEE
blacks economic disparity between blacks J'
discrimination against going June 21.< '
and whites also hinders a black in -' so PROOF' I Puerto Rican
back to poll taxes which kept blacks Attorney' Brown succeeded in 'LIQUEUR
,.' from voting in the late, '1800's and getting elected to office. qualifying! Catherine Dowd as an expert -> VODKA \ RUM '
early 1900's., delense witness on social A'Nth 1.75 LITER 750 ML.pi .
Starke was typical of Florida com' Defense Expert... science research. Ms. Dowd is a doctoral ; 750 ML.. '

( munities,' in general Shofner Dr Harold Stanley, a defense ex candidate in political science, 4.99 12.99'j 11.99'R
testified. When the 1954 federal 'pert witness with a Ph.D. from-Yaie ,at the University of Georgia., ,
Voting Rights Act was passed, it who analyzes elections,spent almost' In a 1986 telephone survey of 350 58.95 c 2 142.75 'oCASEF
made little difference in the way (tie entire day on the stand Monday, Starke voters, both black and white. 't
,blacks were'ueated here,' he said. ,,June 20, when the trial continued', Ms. Dowd said that race makes less
Local schools. did not desegregate, Dr, Stanley testified he analyzed difference to voters than blacks in INGL "NOOK' CRIBARI; '
, until 1969 when forced by a federal, 93 elections from 1966 to 1988, a the city voting rights trial have In-, JACK DANIELS rRISARI
authorities finally getting tough much broader( sample that the 10 dicated., In ,the survey,S 92.3% of Sparkling Spirit NAVALLE EASY POUR
about school funding. ,black and white elections analyzedby ,white-.voters polled and 97.4% 'of Cooler WINES PAKS
Blacks were intinuted by fear tac Dr., Allan Ijctfcman the expert. blacks said they could vote for a '
tics of the KKK.Shofner said, as late ''witness' of the''tosecution.. Dr.; ,.black candidate,and 98.1% of whites 02. 4-PAK '3.LITER' '1.5 LITER
as the 1950s and 608. Several blacks Stanley sampling also include white, and 98.7% of blacks voters said they 12 '
testified they saw the KKK march elections with no black candidate. would vote for the most qualified :rfs. 4.35 6.59. 3.49
here. Carolyn Spooner testified she Dr. Stanley testified that in 66 of 'white candidate" 27.25NMMIL
was intimidated when the Starke .the 93 election contests Doth black in an assessment of racial block CASE '25.50 of '25.75
police accompanied a ',march) and white voters preferred the same voting, Ms.Dowd said that 18 of 156 (/uM4\
I through town by a white supremacy candidate. He also testified that caution -' white voters and 9 of 98 black voters
'group., ". should be used in extrapolating consulted said block voting goes on z
Shofner said the Starke council information from the local elections to an extent. Essentially it ,is a Y.
using a clack residency law still today affecting Starke voters. Election recipncal feeling in which each race Y.-
part of the city charter enlarged analyzing is an imperfect science,at thinks block voting is by the other COORS
,. the Reno area in 1944. Starke best. Dr. Stanley said. race. BUSCH SCHLITZ REGULAR
'" Commissioner Charles Schaefer, Using data from seven Bradford Defense attorney Bob Weisburg MALT LIGHT &
and Vernon Silcox and former Commissioner County precincts either lying wholly Chipped away some of the findings of &: A.B.
Jimmy Itosby testified within the city or partially inside the the U-question Dowd survey but did iucii NATURALLIGHT LIQUOR EXTRA GOLD

, they found out in the past few years city doesn't allow a sophisticated not attempt to disqualify Ms. Dowd, 1e 02 6-PAK "
,"., ,>. the residency article is part of tile analysis... Dr. Stanety said. ax an expert witness., For instance, 12-PAK 6PAK. CANS'
charter, but that it is unenforceable, He pointed out blacks comprise in Ms.Uowd survey 86.9%>> of white 12' oz. tAir/ice 2.59
,, and has not been taken out of tile JO.7 percent ol Starke r ldtntJI. and IU.1% of black voters Mid they 3.99 CANS 2.99JUI1I.rI,19KK 11r"575
black voted m tne Sept, 2, 1981 election In
charter because such a revision is That in b utrce year range It.
mere are many such out voters comprised I rum ;U-:M percent. : which tne_ turnout wall actually --'
expensive. -
said -
'of date laws,,and live charter: ,needs a i ol Starke voter, round m percent Mn. Uowd J


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Many Problems Faced 110 Years Ago Are Still on- the Scene Today,

free of certain he belonged to a labor union.,Butz pointed
today, they were ,
today, Butz wrote dicap us
continued. "The Starke page of any paper still hi
changed, Butz out that in 1879 a man was own
In 1954, The Telegraph/ PUblIShed' a after looking over a copy of the 1879 others.
,paper did that and at the same time, it boss, and an employer could pick his own
historical issue, commemorating the 74th showed conclusively that we still are occupied Telegraph,which was reprinted as a cover ,"In 1879 the US. had not committed us
anniversary of the paper* founding in .I14 with many of the same problemsthat for the historical Issue of 1954. ,to taking care of the entire world aa we help.
1879 With pardonable pride,'we thought it troubled the people 74 years ago. It is -For instance, we read that -...on Tuesday seem to be doing today.. The early '"But in spite of the ordeals of 1879
was pretty good, and the readers,at home (I a little discouraging to realize that our evening a party of five young men. ,Telegraph readers were not confronted multiplied by the problems of 1954 most of"
and abroad, seemed to agree. It even got a alteration as to convenience: transportation under the influence of liquor, went to the with headline such a*this: Dulles Tells of us seem to be getting along pretty well,
two-column favorable 'review in the construction and the line have not home of Levi Cook 2tt" mile southwest of Plan for Aid to Asia,which appeared the But observed plUto oplUcany. "All we
Florida Times edited Unlo,, "Florida editor in been equalled by improvements in human Starke and attempted to murder him/' other morning., That's a little deal that will need I ta!greater conception of how to dealWiSSW4 :
by sports
Review column and conduct this crime, The Telegraph '
Sam Bull. nature Concerning \ \\.I./of/ I ,
and staff writer "
> editor said If such affair go unrebuked ','
The editor and publisher and his Violence a Problem by the courts, our country is all that its \ \ )
helpers turned m a superlative accomplishment that the settlersof enemies wish It."
-It is well Known early
as to pictures, stories and this and any other state had to be rugged ,Communists Ii rnit'
to com-
makeup, Butt was Kind enough characters to cope with the hardships of Early

ment. those times. But the percentage of violenceis But was also surprised to find that the "ryt" f l
"Of course, one of the chief objectives of not reflected in the pages of the old U.S. bad Communists to worry about and
a special edition is to ShOW how times have 'Telegraph to any greater extent than in the deal with even in 1879 although most people .w -
seem to think that Communism is a
fairly new development.

The 1879 issue, under the heading "Iowa
Communistic Village", reported the
establishment of a communistic ex-
perimental town at Corning, Iowa.A Frenchman -,
etriTcmiALs started a movement in Europe andin
> 1848 obtained a grant of 100,000 acres in
Texas. The vanguard of his immigrant
,"', I entered the U.S. by way of"New Orleans,
", ..2 but found the malaria so bad that a shift
I was made to Illinois. The communist community -
finally failed, as do most such ex-
periments in communal living.

-there were plenty of scams to skim profits
BHS Gym Renovation Grant from the innocent consumers even in
those days. The Chicago milk inspectorhad
recently started the systematic: examination
Deserves to Stay in Budget of milk supplied to the city, and
out of 21 samples first analyzed every one,
proved to have been skimmed and

me 33-year-old Bradford" Hign Scnool sistentiy refused to give him.. The advantage Educational "Frills"And

'gym; built ,during I the scnooi ,year of the line-item veto to a Governor '

1954-55 'Has seen its best days' as the or a President is that it allows themto many of the educational problemsfolks

old saying goes. veto items they do not like or do not debated worried today.about A leading in 1879 educator are still of being those keep us unbalanced,-for many years 'to with the current obstacles,and the ones
think JustIfy the without having come." later."
expense early, days was complaining in the old that will,emerge little
It needs a new root, a new' floor, new to veto the ,entire appropriations Telegraph that "fancy: subjects were being (Editors Note:' Wonder that Mr. Butz But 34 years have passed since Mr. Butz
locKer rooms, new bleachers, and some bill. taught In the lower grades and that fun- would think/ of foreign intervention. under made this commentary. Wonder what he
new classrooms on the northside, plus the of the '88 damentals were being slighted.,"The consequence the present Administration Including would have thought if he could have foreseen -
air conditioning The old wood floor has opening is," he said, "that arithmetic, Iran, Viet Nam, Nicaragua, Panama the multi-billion dollar national debt
"sanded the Legislative session Governor Martinez grammar, geography, and spelling, which South Africa, etc., etc., etc.* now facing the U.S., 30 or more big league
been almost away" over said he was going to be tough on ought to occupy first place for the first ten and little league wars now being fought
years until it is now too trim to stand ."turkeys"- nickname used by the years of school life, get slighted and Unions Not Strong around the world, and the drug addiction

,another treatment by the sander. Legislature to brand projects that are crowded out' in favor of ,the so-called' Buts also commented on an 1879 crisis that threatens to become a greater
'higher branches" and candidates for college headline' Work Acts Assailed 'enemy from within the nation, than all the
: "Right to
The roof has been patched trom time obviously not worth the money they
not well prepared as they were
are so of Labor outside enemies combmed.tMore
James Mitchell"who
to time and didn't leak this season fortunately cost but'are sometimes promoted by Secretary
) by 25 years ago".Sound familiar Seems that had just assured the CIO that he was
but many BHS alumni who members of the House and Senate to increase -, this problem might have been solved in the opposed to legislation adopted in several than that- 'what would those
played in the old' gym "DacK ,,when", their own popularity ,among 109 years that have rolled by since, this states, including Florida, assuring the readers of The Telegraph in 1879 be think:
remember the uneven floor, tne bad i voters back home. So now the Governor criticism was made. worker of his right,to a job whether or not ing?

lighting;and olten.leaky,roof they had will begin his "turkey hunt" to weed out. The philosophical editor' of 1879 also ,
to endure Coaches remember ,when it projects that obviously do not conform, moralized on the issue of women's rightsat -
became necessary to call time out while to the test of givingvalue received" least as far as the household budget was
concerned. "Singular, isn't it," he wrote,
mopping water, off the soggy floor Former State Senate President Harry -that when a man gives his wife a dime to

Basically, however, the gym is struc Johnston used to say, that "turkeys are buy a box of hairpins or a gum ring for the
turally sound, arid the 1988 Legislature ,in the eye ''of the beholder"-, meaning baby, it looks about seven times as big as ,
when he planks it down on the bar for a little -.
included a $400,000 project for renova that one man's turkey may be, another gin and bitters for the stomach's sake." ,

'tion of the gym in its new $2l.?, billion ,man's sorely needed and cost-justified The only thing that has changed here is the,

state budget., ,;rne'gym project was included project., value of the dime, due to the present rate

right up at the top' in the fmal A high school gym that serves ,the ''of Inflation. A dime's worth of gin these
days would only make the stomach growlfor
spending bill tor the K-12 program, of physical and recreational needs of more.
Florida" schools and has only one more : () '
students of an entire county cannot be ,I
hurdle to surmount before" becoming, considered a turkey" under:any cir-: New Problems ,
"':money.m the ,bank;. It essential of the At this "Mr. Butt 'became : .
cumstances. is an part point,' : .. H"1 ''.....
That hurdle is the right of Governor: well-rounded educational program that philosophical: Li"-: :. '

Martinez to exercise his power''of line- Bradford County seeks to otter its young While the old timers were harassed by

item veto, which enables him to red-line people Based on a dollar-lor-dollar many: of the same, difficulties that han-,

specific items without having to veto the scale of value received. the gym

entire budget. renovation project justifies its modest

The line-item' veto is 'a powerful tool, ,appropriation far more than some other Forestry ;' -'.

WhiCh'' President Reagan would dearly 'pet projects that benefit only a, few individuals 'in'Bradford' County ,(

love to ,have, but Congress has con- or groups. I

By David W.Norton New Rotary Officers Take OverNewly

Bradford County Forester
Welcome Back Tom Sawyer elected officers of the Starke Rotary Club are (from left): Orlan Wells
InvestmentDo president-elect; Wiley Clark president 1988-89: and Larry Noegel secretary
Pines, Great' Others, not pictured, are Nelkl Tucker, treasurer; and E.W. Hodges sergeant-at-
4th Still No. OneIt you own land anywhere in North arm, .
of July
Florida or South Georgia After you read Director for the'new year are Chris Anderson,' Maxie Carter Jr.. Johnny '
this article don't run nght out and buy a Hobbs Fred McElroy David Smith, Ken Teal, and John Miller past president.'
After a long period of dormancy, it is, was reassuring to learn this week, piece of land, just sit there in amazement
good to Know that Starke will cease being that Mark 'fwain's, classic "Tom ,just like I have done. '

a "deserted village" on the Fourthof Sawyer" is still the most read book by 'Last week, after almost seven years as
'July. Plans ''announced by the, children looking for a change from hum- county forester, I finally had an opportunity ,George Carlisle 'Retiring After
Chamber ,of ''Commerce Special Projects drum movies and television. to clean out my files. If you have ever

Committee for a '"Freedomlest'% : power tried cleaning to throw files old,documents it gives one out a feeling of 32 Years as Clay County ClerkGeorge

complete with' 'a gigantic fireworks The National :Endowment ,for the .

display,' a Little Mr. ,and Miss Humanities recently asked sixty public Briskly tossing paper into file 13, I
almost overlooked an item of historic im Carlisle veteran Clerk of the must be transacted with strict adherence,
Firecracker Contest and and schools across the
Beauty a, private ,
to the law, and without consideration of
written Court
portance. It was a typed speech by of Clay County, la stepping down
special program commemorating the about the favonte children's book. Aunt "Paul Biellmg, Manon County Forester m from office after serving eight consecutive: petty politic." Carlisle said in the open
birthdate of our nation will liven things Polly's nephew, Tom, was famous for ,July 1966, that caught my attention. He terms- total of 32 yearsIn letter announcing 111I'retirement. "1r,'

up and keep folks at home rather than, conning }his unsuspecting fnends into was speaking to the Marion County Rotary an open letter to the people of Clay responsible actions without investigating
sending them out of town to find Fourthof doing his job of whitewashing a fence Club about investing in forestry and 22 County, which Includes the Kingsley Lake the facts are totally unacceptable for the I
holder of the office of Clerk.
July entertainment. and paying him in marbles and other year later he still has a message to give. voting precinct: Carlisle said his decision: County
Mr. Biellmg said "A better than average However regardless of who is elected to
AU of this is in keeping with Starke's boyhood trinkets for,letting them do it. natural weU-stocked stand of slash pine I expressed to retire at hope age 64 that had his not successor been: easy wouldbe and be my successor 1 am fully committed to,

refurbished image as a,'place' Where'' will bring approximately S346 per acre to an Individual of Integrity, have an unquestionable assist in a smooth transition to the new ad..
the Somehow, it restores 'our faith in the the landowner in 50 years." sense of morals and ministration, Carlisle added. -My ,wife
things are happening- sports, in a high
and I the both
appreciate support, per,
younger generation to know they still sense of honor-qualities that the duties of
arts, in business expansion and vaned tree
Today, most farmers don't'grow sonal and political from our friends in
civic activities. Our annual County Fairis prefer' the story of Tom and his timber for much longer than 30 years.,'Today the office of clerk demand. Clay County over the years. We cherish the,
recognized as one'of the best in the sweetheart, Becky "Thatcher, 'getting a well stocked stand of planted pine "The financial business of Clay County memories" -

State for communities of our size; our lost in a cave and outsmarting Injun Joe age 30 years, can bring, approximately, _
Fall Arts Festival and Festival of the to the more lund works of authors who 1500 to a tree farmer at harvest time. ,If: 1'1 1
the landowner decided to hold this same Kingsley ,Lake Fire '
Arts, might be expected to have more
Performing both sponsored by appeal} stand for 50 years,a harvest would net him, '
Santa 'Fe Community;College, the, an- to youngsters in this sophisticated age., approximately S3000 per acre., Ebling
nual Shrine festiVities' and parade, the The only thing we can't understand is 22 Says
A prudent investor might that in
annual, Woman's' Club Antique Snow. whyfwa1l's "Huckleberry Finn" did ;years the price of timber had say doubled five

and the colorful Christmas Parade are not make the list of "Summertime times (or increased 500%). Or an investor 1 The seriOUS mortgage of manpower now not worth anything without the manpower'.
'all a part of the rebirth of activity that is Favorites." might say that his timber investment (not' facing the Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire to use it."
to Starke and Bradford including tne increase in land prices) Department will be a topic of discussion at
emerging present because JACkS
Maybe it's 'It' love interest ,
doubled once almost every four years. I'd the Saturday. June 25 meeting of the
County in their best light. :The since Huckleberry was too busy like to see an average investor get this Kingsley Lake Property Owners A.asociaI, Any person with the who department would like to vOlunteerJarvtce

revival the Fourth of July celebration staying out of trouble to have a girl kind of return In stock and bonds. (ion at the Civic Center IaU Warren Ebling at 833"2493'I** urged Kenneth to
will add greaUy to our well-rounded' program friend., If you have five acres or more of idle 1 Mott, S3M717,

of seasonal activities. beloved Samuel Clemens Mark -. land that you are paying taxes on,maybe Warren Ebling, acting chief of the
Make this Fourth of July truly "safeAnd The ( now you would like to plant your land in department say that In recent month Election of OfficersAt
sane" and :twain) died in 1910, but his books of pine tree For those of you who would say the number of volunteers showing an active the June 25 meeting KLOPA'mem
by staying in town humor and adventure are:: still best '"I'll wait for a while", remember- Interest in the department by attending erl will elect new officers,including
avoiding congestion ,on the highways, sellers today?78 years after his death. tomorrow I ta right around the corner. Isn't meetings and helping keep up the ,president,secretary, and treasurer in addition
wnicn usually adds a tragic note to the No youngster should be allowed to grow' it strange that they made money the same equipment and other duties has dwindled j to three new director*. ,
Fourth of July weekend, resulting in color as pine tree? to the extent that a serious fire at the lake
to manhood or womanhood without having could endanger property over a wide area. Clay County registration book will be
several accidents and .
fatalities. .
some I open for the convenience of the
starting -
the excruciating pleasure of knocking ; public
Spend a Safe and Sane l"oUrtnat around with Torn and Landowner1hleretedln joining the The Kingsley department baa awarI I at 6 p.m.A covered dish supper will be
Home this yearl I Sawyer rank of Tree Farmers and with a desire to received great support from Clay County i served at 7 p.m..
Huckleberry, Finn. help the environment while they help and any reasonable budget we submit is _ ,. -
themselves, may have their woodland Inspected always approved," Ebling says. The ; -. II
for certification: at NO CHARGE.!: department equipment is in good shape I
Contact Jim State Tree Farm and the three truck available have a
RID coo Chairman at the Florida' Forestry Asn. water capacity of 2,630 gallon,which Ebl ,
P.O. Box 1696, Tallahassee Fl 32302, or' ing say I* adequate for the average fir*. ,
p (itii;lh-rCt, pq'Ie contact the County Forester at,....., In case' of greater need water can be 1 i e ct, 219, pumped from the lake for distance up to
q 250 r
O : feet.Ninety percent of property owners

1 770 o *.o.HOOVtOM:JOHN M.MUM t" AseM = f ,who protection depend have volunteer access to departmentfor lake water, The calendar was changed -

Ebling said during George Washing
,JVt>lhri.d each Thursday and catovd on Second Char Maltw of ;.'i"1< ton' lifetime. His birthdaywas
IN f'Ooolomc.aI Start, \*Act of March 3.1879SUxcrtpHon
"1 don't think realize how originally on February
The nation of Iceland,. people jut
a.-lias ,
l Trod AIM lUOOpwywv' IS CO*monltMOuMctoTrod critical this situation a," Chung!: said "No, ,11, 1732.Page .
/.O. .Co ta Rtoa and UchtMttin -
A lta* .Ftortdo
; *Ana $1500 per y.a a so ri",.", ... have no armed fore**. mailer how good your equipment is. it'*




June%.1, I IMM '1 TELEGRAPH Page IA

The Showers. .............'<........................

,. ocial Christie Faulkner where refreshment were served by
Miss Amy Lewis.
Honored With Partlet
: ', '\ ,' Angela was presented With an
) ,\,1'j ide of the
,., : ."" ,..1+\(,;. news Christie Faulkner; June 25 bnde-. elegant lingerie outfit by the hostess,
II Ie" OJ. elect of Robert Allen was honored Mm, James Lewis. '

.:.:.4.l: with a lingerie ShoWer on June t at
'. the lovely home of Mrs. Brian Johns. Coffee Honors
Co-hostesses were Miss Trad Smith Stacey DenmarkA
and Mrs Margaret Johns
J : *.. beautiful coffee honoring Stacey
i. Weddings... A Denmark was held at the home of,
: ,, ,., Engagements... miscellaneous shower for
J'p/" Christie Faulkner was(given by Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. MaXIe Carter, Jr., on

,,' ',1!':.IC' :';' TomnonCoemonTo // / Laurie Lauramore at the May 21.'the .

'.:',; ,,"' Wed June 24 Agricultural Center in Macclenny on receiving line consisting of
Stacey Mrs. J.E. Denmark
:\\'iW' June 7.Fellow. (motherof
:' '/ Deanna .Tomlinson and Hilton Colcman workers and fnends in the bride) and Mrs. Newell Alderman

n \i.." ,.Jr., will.J be tamed FrIday. Macclenny were invited, along with (gran4jnother of UM bnde),
June 24 at 7 p.m. at Pin Level \i4d the bnde mother, Mrs Grace were all presented with corsages
Church on Rd. 100 West, Starke.: P Faulkner and the groom's mother, upon their arrival.
There will.J be a reception at the : Mrs. Norma Tetstone, both of Greeting guests were Mrs. Maxie
-'I", churCh fellowship ball following the ..' : .,.. Starke.: Carter, Jr. assisted by Mrs. Wade
1.R Winkler, Mrs. John Anderson and
ceremony. All friends and relatives ,,
are invited to attend; a nursery will ... :( ........." ; ,v..,,. The fellowship hall of First Chris Mrs. E.E.!: Thornton
," be provided. ,t.. tian Church was the setting for a The food table in the dining room

... _- .. t. miscellaneous shower given in honorof 'was covered with a linen cloth, em-
..;J { '> ;) .. Christie Faulkner on Friday June broidered m peach, with a large
" '' ,:,,: Faulkner-Allen ,\ :. f.r.I"" peach silk centered
: '-. ,. .,.. ..". 10. The shower was (given by tne arrangement on
; ., I.i', \ 1)).' ,' '",.... .. Lydia Circle.In the table,
: 8<;,'; To Marry Saturday A\ : :f; .
: ._.. .. ",' : -... t. addition to many Church and The punch table centered on the
E" I''$ ;\,1'1"[ru' Christie Faulkner and ,Robert 1 -- c- .,;,.,. ... r.., local fnends who attended honored porch was coverd with a hand-

,: ',;i'<, ''J< Allen will be mamed Saturday: Tamer Ann Dempsey, Mr,and Mrs. Barry Carlton guests included Christie's crocheted cloth and centered with a
,: :, ", June 25 at 5:30: p.m.The ceremony and Btalnc Dyal bridesmaid, Miss Traci Smith the silk azalea arrangement. Green''

.' ''r,,''rr ,, will be held at First Christian / groom's grandmothers Mrs. Gladys plants and silk dogwood trees were
.' Church, 507 W, Call St.: Starke. Damps ey-Dyo/ Allen and Mrs. Mildred Tetstone; placed at vantage points throughoutthe
"' All fnends and relatives are in- Engagement ToldMr. the groom mother Mrs Norma party rooms.
", vited to attend. Cynthia Strickland, Barry Carlton/ Tetstone; the bnde mother Mrs. Pouring coffee from a silver coffee
'.. ,I, and Mrs. John F. Dempsey ( Grace Faulkner and the. bride's service was Mrs. S: G. Denmark and
':' and. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Married May 7 at First{ Baptist sister, Mrs.: Carolyn Carver. Mrs. Jack Strobe: Mrs. Bill Adams,
'\ : Scnmitt of Starke announce the
: ,Social Briefs.,. : : Mrs. Steve Denmark and Miss
engagement approaching mar- Allison Denmark (sister of the
< \'' nage of their children, Tamera Ann Miss Cynthia Ann t: btrickland tapered sleeves of sheer illusion and Stacey Denmark bnde) served mocha punch from an'

: \, :.: Eppj-Barber. Dempsey and Hersnell Blame Dyal. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John vemse lace appliques, dipping to a Shower HonoreeMiss antique cut glass punchbowl.The .
Dinner Held May 31' both of:Starke. Stnckland: and Barry M. Carlton, deep basque waist. The satin,vemse honor guest was presented
,. The ride-elect is a ,graduate of son of Mrs. Sharon Carlton, ''were lace bordered full skin extended to Stacey: Denmark was With a creamer from her chosen
Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Barber Bradford High School Santa Fe marred May 7 at First Baptist form a honored
Saturday china
sweeping chapellengthtram. with a coke party on : -. pattern as a momento of the
honored their sgrv Marx and his Community College and is currently Church of btarke.: The bnde and June 18 at the home of Mrs. occasion.
bride-elect Angela Melissa Epps a student at North Fla. College.-Sheis groom's pastors. Rev. John The bndal bouquet was a cascade ,John Miller. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Hostesses for this affair were Mrs.

with a charming wedding rehearsal employed at Winn-Dixie. t: tncl and and Rev. Ben Bryant arrangement of white silk, roses, Bill Dodd, Mrs. Harold Eppe, Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., Mrs. John Anderson -
dinner on Tuesday, May 31 in the The groom-to-be is a graduate 'of performed the ceremony. azaleas miniature blue roses, Bert McGee, and Mrs. X.M. Smith. Mrs.Joseph Valinski, Mrs.Bobby -
banquet room of the Western Steer: Bradford High School: and .. Centering the choir loft was a babies breath and'' stephanotis: The guests were invited into the Biggs, Mrs. EE. Thornton, Mrs.
Family SteaKhouse.: ,employed at Mid-State Electrical IS-arch candelabra with a spray of highlighted with pearl sprays and dining room where the refreshment Jerome JOhns and Mrs. Warren

,' In the dining room. the wedding Contractors in Gainesville. mixed greenery, white gladiolas, tiny pearl hearts with white satin table was covered with an army Winkler. '
",1 t, '} ,'.' color scheme of red and white The couple will be married August mums, and freezie sprays. On either and lace streamers. The bridal veil navy cloth Centenng the table wasa Out of town guests included Mrs.

" :" flowers, was used as the table arrangements 6 at 7:30: p.m. at First United side of the arch was two 15-lignt was a romantic Juliet cap trimmed punch bowl encircled with leather Newell Alderman Oxford, Fl.,
, ,' 'I The honored couple Methodist Church,:200 N. Walnut St., spirals with burning tapers and in vemse lace and simulated pearls leaf fern and white daisies, and grandmother of the bride Mrs.
{ .',::U'", presented gifts to, their attendants Starke. No local invitations are being greenery. Centering the chancel with more pearls scattered over the holding cokes placed in cracked ice. Fred Dobbins of New Port Hickey,
' '; \s/: .,.. : and musicians in appreciation and sent; all fnends and relativesare area of the church was a large heart tinger-tip veil of shqec illusion net. The hostesses presented Stacey Mrs. Richard Matteson and Mrs.

'}'JJ.,( ",' ;,'4)k I st. 1.,' ..remembrance of their love and sup- invited to attend. candelabra with burning votive Following the ceremony, a recep- with a corsage upon her amval and Bob Rosier of, Orange Park, Mrs.
,, ,',', !.. ', cancles. On either side was two can- tion was held in the reception hall John Maxfield
I ''IIIIr" > port. Approximately guests at"' with a dinner plate to her chosen. of Gainesville, and
tended this occasion. ( JoAnn'tS04W.CallSU dle trees with sprig ivy, light blue WhiCh'' was highlighted with areca china pattern as a momento of the, Mrs. Frances Kennedy and Mrs.
tiger allies, royal blue roses white palms and Boston terns Mrs. Mat ,occasion. t Jack itrutxe of Keystone Heights.
,/.' :{ JoAnne Annual Customer Appreciation, mums and ireezie sprays. with burn thew Packham and Mrs. Merle' Guests included":' the honoree's

;1 ,", 504 W.Call St. June 24-30 ing tapers. ,Packham, Jr., greeted guests at the mother Mrs J.E. Denmark;along
;';,:.' ,'Annual' Customer Appreciation The family pew held aisle door. Mrs".Jimmy Thornton, Mrs. with out-of-town guests, Mrs. Cindy Deanna Tomlinson
" ."; j I.' ,'" 1':: Sale June Z4-3O candelabras with glass globes and Mark Moody and Mrs.' Tommy Mattson and Mrs Sally' Rosier of'
, ',' ") burning tapers ,with similar arrangements Smith: cut and served the cake.' The Orange Park and Mrs Jeannette Party Honoree.

//r" dlng'Receptlon of flowers: bndz book was attended to by Miss Maxlield of Gainesville. Miss 'Deanna' Tomnnson was
: ., Wedding music was provided by' Leans '
Thompson .
Approximately guests were invited honored with a linen shower given
June 24 for Newlyweds organist, Mrs. Frank Durrance and The bnde table was covered witha
to attend, between the hours. of by Tern Fender Stephanie Thorn
s Mrs. Charles, Goodowns I
;' pianist white army-navy cloth, white satin 3-430; ton ;and 'fammy Dempsey at the
i' A 'wedding reception for; Kim Solists were Mrs. Robert Howard'and llounce and lace skirt overlay, p.m.1Angela ;,
"' home of the latter on Monday, June
I Huntley and Don Gluntz is planned
Mrs. :Terry Beck (the bnde Centenng the table was,a three-
t for June 24 at 7 p.m. m the Camp 'sister); several duet selections were tiered central cake 1 and six two- Epps Honored 13Deanna and
( her mother were
Blanding Officers Club. All mends
performed by Mr. Lonnie Broome tiered satellite cakes joined ,
; by
.and relatives are invited., and Miss Lisa Alvarez. stairways. Miniature couples adorned 'With Several ,Showers presented a carnation corsage upon

, 1 .\ i; Kim and Don Gluntz were marred Sharing: the honor of best man was each stairway highlighted Dy a 1 The Madison their arrival. Games were played,
, hall of St.
, fellowship after which the honoree opened her
Puerto Mexico June ,
in Vallarta on
,, Daniel and Matthew Carlton lowing fountain and a bride and Church
:.;. ,' '' 12. Hosts for the evening will be the (brothers. of the groomo groom on the top tier. The cake was for Baptist was a lovely setting .lovely gifts. invited, :
, a miscellaneous shower in The hostesses then the
'?, ,{i' \' bnde parents George Huntley of Maid of honor. was MIss'' Wendy'' decorated by Mrs, Jimmy Thornton. given
' honor of Angela Epps on May 12. to the dining room for
(.,: ::'''/ ; ''': Interlachen an'dl Sue Wheeler of Strickland: and matron of honor was Serving punch was Mrs. Joy The honoree, her mother and the guests refreshments. The table, was
':starke. Mrs. ferry Beck, both sisters of the Plant, Mrs. Vicki ,Smith and Mrs.
groom's mother were all presentedwith decorated for the
: .. beautifully occasion
bnde. The maid of honor and matron .Joey Dampier. The gUt table was at,,
corsages upon their arrival. with helium balloons of pink and,
tended Anita
by Kay Carlton.
of honor wore light blue ,
1:1,: ,:"/" ,' f Hampton while the attendants I wore royal gowns blue Food tables with light blue cloths After Angela opened her gifts theguests ,'white. Finger foods chips and dip,
i :'\''ii\::\' ;; .., c- floor-length satin bouffant gowns 'and lace overlays held various were invited to the refresh- and cokes were served to the guests
ment table where the wedding color The hostesses presented the Dnde
HILItesBy finger foods served .Mrs .
:>., Ii'f with milled skirts accented by olt- by Roy
, ',",'v, ,, the-shoUlder fitted bodices featuring Bryant Mrs. Brad Russell,+ Mrs. scheme of red and white was used on with two sets of sheets as a momento
r:, Ii ,,11)) ';fik4p 1r' Dolor/ M.ngPhorw DeniseBall Jett 'Stone: Mrs. Kathy Bennett the cake and the table. of the occasion.
and Kicks II .
I" ,':,1"\" ,; 4481915Congratulations. George The attendants' all wore head-. Mrs. Cindy Wheeler, Miss Marla Approximately 45 guests attended
,, ,
',I ,i 'I' this special occasion. Hostesseswere A lovely miscellaneous shower
Reddish and Miss
",'. Ball-Ricks pieces trimmed with simulated Cindy Taylor. .
) .,.
Mrs. David Lawson, Mrs. Dan- was given for Miss Deanna Tomlin-
' pearls and royal blue polyester net Assisting in serving were, Mrs.
":.,, Cassie Riddick LeVasseur Engagement ToldMr. flowers attached to a hair comb. Leoma Whitehead, Mrs. Leonard ny Hildebran. Miss Lisa Lawson son, bnde-elect of Hilton Coleman,

r" graduated on June 12 with a nursing and Mrs. Leonard l C"Ball,Sr.,, The honor attendants earned silk Moore.Mrs. Ernest: Priest, and Mrs. Mrs. Olen Derkman, Mrs. Ervin An- on Tuesday June 14. Hostesses for
degree from Central Piedmont Community announce the cascade of miniature Charles Baldree. drews, Mrs. Ronme Tomlison, Mrs. this event were Mrs. Mary Sue''
of Lake Butler arrangements
' Charlotte N.C. Jack Underhill! Mrs. Rose/McCon-. Tomlinson Mrs. Sylvia: Reddish,
College in of their, daughter, white roses. light and royal blue There was a traditional chocolate ,
members who at- engagement nell, Mrs. Bob Mathews and Mrs., Mrs. Faye Andrews, and Mrs. Pat
Among family daisies groom's cake decorated with a ,
Denise Elizabeth, to George Warren roses, royal blue with babies ,
tended Cassie's Ricks II,son of Mr.and Mrs George breath spngs of ivy and pearl yellow pick-up and a groom running Travis Woods. Baldwin and at the new Reddish
ceremony were her gradllatf Ricks of Starke.: hearts throughout with royal and toward the truck", with the bride Angela was presented With a home-on Crosby Lake.
'. ... !"" Ruth Riddick, her The wedding will take place on light blue streamers. The holding onto his coattail. ,beautiful casserole dish from her The honoree was presented with a

,.. ,'" and Danny with his w ,Saturday: July 23 at 2 p.m. at the bridesmaids bouquets were silk Mrs. Dan Dodd and Mrs. Butch chosen china by the hostesses as a beautiful pink rose corsage, then invited -
son Clayton of Hampton Lake and First Christian Church'' of Lake nosegay arrangements similar' to Redding directed the wedding, with momento of the occasion... to the sun porch for
'her grandparents. Ray and Bonnie Butler A reception will follow in the the honor attendants', Mrs. Lonnie Broome m charge of the refreshments with invited guests.,
Baxter/of Hawthorne. They spent church fellowship hall. The bnde bouquet was a cascade reception. All decorations and Angela Epps was honored with a The refreshment table featured a
{ from Saturday to Tuesday in No local invitations will be sent; 'arrangement of white silk roses lowers were provided by Mrs. Owen miscellaneous bridal shOwer Tues'; bnde doll as centerpiece. A beautiful
Charlotte when Cassie accompanied aU fnends and relatives are cordially -, azasleas, miniature blue roses Alvarez,Jr. ,day, May 10, at the Starke Recreation sheet cake with pink roses, nuts and
them back home.Ceebraffon invited to attend., 'babies breath, and stephanotis;' The bride is employed at the County .. Dept, given by the ladies of the mints with iced cokes served from a
Port/..' highlighted with pearl sprays and Clerk's Office and the groom\ in Mormon Church "' crystal ,bowl was: served to, the

On Saturday"Cassie was honored tiny pearl hearts with!' white satin the Army National Guard at Camp Alter opening her many lovely guests.
with a graduation party (given by and lace streamers. Blanding gifts,,the guests were invited to the After opening her lovely gifts the
family members at the home of her JoAnn's Flower girls were Miss Renee Following a honeymoon tnp to Ep- refreshment ,table which ,was hostesses presented Deanna with a
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. 504 W.Call st.BlggetltSaleefUte. Smith and Miss Meaghan 'cot and SUM World, .the newlywedsnow decorated in red and white. ,set of waterbed sheets as a momento

Danny Riddick on Hampton Lake. Yearn Parmenter, wearing white satin reside in StarKe.: Guests called from 6:40-8: :;JO p,m. of the occasion.,.
About sixty relatives and fnends ,June 24-30, gowns with fitted bodices accented Jo'lJIn'sS04 Hostesses included Mrs. Charles E. JoAnn's
joined in the celebration, including with a double ruffle at the shoulder.' Johns, Mrs. Mary Reed B. Rice,and '504 W.Call St..'
full trimmed W.Call St. Mrs.,Alice Hopkins.' Christmas In June
her husband Dan LeVasseur of The skirts were length,
Biggest Sale of the Year! ...
Charlotte Jolene Kirvin and Terry .with a double ruffle at the hemline June 24-30:
Nelson of Hollywood Frankie and Parrish-Webb forming a chapel length train.,Ring ,'June 24-30 :Angela Epps was honored May 30

Del Rouse of favares Raymond ; bearer was Jeremy McRae. with a lingerie shower in the home of FLfKTHJINTHEflTm I
'" John Baxter of Interlachen Mr.and To Wed Sept. W Given in marriage by her father, PHOTOGRAPHYBy Mrs. James Lewis. Upon the arrival

.', ., Mrs. Raymond Baxter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parish of Rev. t:tnc1tLand, the bnde wore a Cathy,Wooley .of Miss Epps and her mother, cor- Starke, 964-5451
bodice of sheer Illu- were presented to them both.
featuring a sages
Lois Mahoney of Mu gown
Hawthorne, the
Brooker announce and lace 964-4151 or 964-6066 Keeping record of the Open Euery Night
', Dora and a group of fnends from daughter, Deborah Ann to sion net vemse appliques a gifts was
,, Jacksonville., Charles their Alton Webb Jr. (Buddy), ,over satin trimmed at the neckline Weddings:Engagement MIss' Knsty Johns,' Angela'S honor ..r.r. .-t-".a
and adorned with attendant
Cassie plans to begin nursing on son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hires of with vemse lace Anniversaries "i'ioo'spEciALSot. i
simulated pearls accented by long After opening the gifts guests i
.: 11 the Trauma and Intensive Free
July m Lake Butler and the late Charles Call for Consultation Today '
.Care Unit of Charlotte Memorial ,Alton Webb of Chiefland. were into the dining room---0' & Sun. 5:00: Show -:

Hospital. The bnde-elect is attending Santa: r.T.'t'.Y..1'.y.'t'. ,rwr7rrrrrw .7;'TT.'t'YT T r. : Tuesday Showing :
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Reassigned1.. ., Fe Community College in Keep Your Yard Pretty' '"
Mrs. Judy t:Spell accompanied her' Gainesville and is employed by the NO TRENCHING! ,Summer Classes Starts Friday. : ;; June ailDuNDEEE

;son, Stephen: to Pensacola on June Reception and Medical Center, in ,
18. Stephen: will be stationed at the Lake Butler. We specialize In Automatic _
Cory Naval Station'' on a special The groom-elect graduated from'' 'Sprinkler Systems Begin June .2O, -

three months I training assignment Union County High School and is' 'Last Six Weeks
'before his next assignment m currently attending Lake City Community LAKE REGION '
Hawaii. Judy returned home Late' College in Lake City and is rmJI
Sunday from a long tiring tnp. employed by Nekoosa Packaging Ballet Tap Ballroom

Visitor..,, Corp. in Lake Butler. IRRIGATION Dancing at its best! I SCREEN TWOPOLTERGEIST'|I'
The wedding is planed for Saturday : ,
Heskett Lane Heights
Meng' Keystone '
Mr, and MIT Lawrence Sept: 10 at 1 at the First
were, accompt t on 'a vacation Lake Butler
tnp to Kentucky sid Ohio by her ,Baptist Church in Installation" Service, For More Information CaU 473-7757

mother Yvonne Boone and FrceKstlmatea: 11 f [puiil

Michelle, Charisse and Dusty LawnSprlnklel"i":
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after a two-week: visit with Teresa's Annual Customer Appreciation -I
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Mott in Columbia. Ky. They also Russell Carter,'Jr.Wheeler's .' Showtime* 10:30 am. & 2 p.m.A .
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cousins in Toledo and Genoa Ohio. :1''TT'1..T.: : ..wr: :1'TT.'t''T''T''T wr

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Country' Club a'to

Elects Officers'

The ClUb'S fiscal year begins July
Buster Kahn
by I, at wnioh time otiicers will be
BCT Staff Writer elected the board from
by the boardof
StarKe Golf and Country Club directors. : .

elected lour directors Wednesday, Wiley Clark is president, whose i. ,
June IS, to till vacancies,created by term expires June :JO, put by-laws. do ,
expiring terms. not preclude his being re-elected to
Elected to two year terms were the position.
'JacK Hazen, Terry Games; Paul Ben Moxley and JacK Hazen are
Brooks and Leslie Biggs the fourr past presidents of the club.
will join Ruth Powell, Aubrey Other otiicers, v. president, rr
..f McWilliams, Jim WomacK, Ben secretary and treasurer will be
.>* Moxley and Wiley Clark, to nil the elected by the board at the beginning
nine member board ot directors.' ol the new tiscal year. \
Those directors'wnose terms expired Jim Godwin is club manager and l
are Merritt Williams, Byron Gene Milhgan is the accountant. } ..
ferwillegar and Bob King. Starke Golf and Country flub has }
JacK Hazen was also among' the 217 members, Gene Milligan
group whose term expired, but he 'reported as members voted in the t- .
was re-elected election. ..
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Hazen Gets Win
I' Easy "'- ': ..:l, .

In Club Lawtey Smartfes...

Championship These atuden'/J from Uwtey Elementary nude straight A'. on their report First
card for the final iU-week grading period. ro.r.taadingi<< Beth Slater,Rocbelle """.'*. TU'"y l f ferty.Jurtln

by Buster Kahn will play in the Public LinkS tournament From left to right on the front rows Dwayne WUkliuoo. Krbtoen Moorhoiu, Brooke McCullougfa.Ca.kto.. Brooke, Mlkel Thornton euu., Amanda Patrick, Rays Padgett. Erik King<<.
BCT Staff Writer at NAS JackSonville: It is a MfcU Golden Leighton Lee. Chris Unler.henry ItlC..eea Crave. Brandyn Cowte Kyle Bennett Greg Durben,Sarah Falkenbe'1o Patrlda
,Veteran goiter JacK Hazen easily qualifying event for the' national Padgett Michelle Grove,Te* PremU. Amanda Crew. AnnyetU Smith. Back and lUcky Beck..
won the annual club championship tournament, which will be ,played Victoria Verunac, Lakevla Clark and Michelle Knoket row fl'Olllleft to right Wendy Cowte. Tonya Tatum, Chrb Smith
tournament at StarKe Golf and Coun later in the summer, on a Texas Kneeling from left to right on the front Sherman Row Dominic Barber Jeremy PUch", peter uchnleto.> Dana Wllkl .on.Shannon
rowi Darren Dton, EJ
try Club, Saturday and Sunday June' course. Jon! crUCu, Mathew Grill, Zack Smith. Johnaon and
Beverly tUrN, Either tot' !! fAmllNot
11 and 12.Hazen At NAS, goiters will be required to Massey, UtUha Kier Michelle Crtffl. Amy Rhodes Ho '
4 walK 36 holes in the one day event, Tiffany Smith,.Veronica William and Ta olka Wlbon.
with a handicap, shot I pictured:John Adkbu, Tony. Crlffta and Katrina lIarru"Me."s '
scratch golf for two days, turning in They may employ caddies carry
a 72-72 to taKe the match from 1981 their clubs, or use pull carts, but
Club Champion David Elder. walKing is mandatory for players.
This is the second time tor Hazento League Softball Results I
Flight Winners. ,
hold the club champion title. Hew .., ,
n in 1985. Championship Flight I

JacK Hazen, winner Fans saw a lot ot'heavy action this going 4-for-4. POlk hit two doubles Cruce, ReddISh HildroJie: and Kit ,were: Carver, JacKson With a triple;
David Elder his title David Elder, Runner-up,
defending weeK as the men's league soltball Eric Nazworth was 3-for-4. Dann,J. ties. DeSue Alvarez and McKinneywere Burgiir; Welch Trimble with a triple -,
and playing In the championship first "Flight, handicap/ teams battled it out on the diamond Carver and C.:' Mullins each got 2 2-tor-4, each with a double. Evans with a triple,,and Robinson -
flight was runner-up but had a poor David few hits. Billy Mw and Kirby Joe H. got 1 McGee Connor and McCollougn got -
day. 'Second Flight, 10-14 handicap' Wells Chev, Northside 7 hit each. ,one hit each.LawteyBapt. '
Richard Games 1986 winner did Charlie King Northside Ch, of God 20..- 1st Presb. 4
not play in 1987,and was ineligible to Third "Flight li-16 handicap, was beaten when Wells ''
Co.Carpets 13 : DuPont 7 ,, 13 Jr. 11
play this year since he recently .BUIDo Powell Chevrolet got 10 runs oil of 20 hits in oys The Church of God got 20 runs olf '
turned pro,and can no longer play in Fourth Flight, 11-18 handicap a June 16 game. Country Carpets banged out 32 hits First Baptist ot Lawtey came ot 10 hits to eat'lst Presbyterian .
Wells to 13-7 over DuPont June front behind to 13-11 20-4 in a June 16 ..
amateur events. Jim WomacK Leading Chevrolet was go in a 16 win over the game.
DWight Elder said his son David Filth Flight, 19-20 handicap Elder going J-lor-J Going :2-for-J, ,game, Junior Boys m a June 16 game, Leading the Church of God attacK
has been involved in Jr. Boys Softball DicK Ables ''With a homerun was Carlton. Also was D. Bennett going 3-for-S. D.
,- playing in two softball tournaments :, Sixth Flight, :21! and up handicap :2-lor-J were: McClellan Lewis, Leading the Lawtey attacK was J. Allen was ;2-for-4 at the plate Get-
and neglecting his golf for' 'Richartf Wimpy' Mains/and S. Thomas. !t. Thomas Leading ttie Co.Carpets' attacK going Craw lord going '4-lor-4. Hitting ting one hit' each were L, Alton r.
the past few weeKs David isn t giving '. The event drew 48 participants:, and' Snelfield 'were ;2-tor-4, Davis 3-for-4 were Eddie Dyal witha I J-tor-4 were K. Wise and D. Wise' 'bpratlme with a double, S. Bassett
up golf, though. Following the tournament,; 'Donahoor, and Raulerson were homerun and Tim Seeley with a dou-, with a double T. Wise was 3 for-J at J).. Allen with a doubler. .and McKm-,
Next Monday, David Elder', and relreshments were served by the, lor-3 at the plate. ble. Saunders and,Strickland were the plate. D.?: Norman. K. Norman ney.
David few, winner ot the irst flight club Leading Nortnside going '4-for-4 also 3-for-4. Paladmowitn. a double: and .,J. Thomas were 2-tor-4. C. Going J-for-3' for First
were Enms"; u Ith a double, and, Games and Steve Jones were Dalton was 2-1: or-J,Bo Bishop 1-tor-2! ; ,: Presbyterian 'was"MiKe ,Stilwell.,
saucer. Revels was ;2-lor-3 with a 2.for.MIke, Chappell was '2-tor-3 and C. Wise was :2-tor-S Dave' Norton and 'Jason I Johnson
I Mavricks Champs in Dixie double Going ;2-tor-4 at the plate with a double and Buddy Patterson; Goodowns led the JrBoys going 'were 2-1 or-J at the plate. Larry Pat,
.. were Carver Starling,who hit a double and Cary Mize each had one hit., :3-for-3. Getting two hits were Bowen 'terson and Jelf Ledger, were each
,'' and Crawford Rodgers was Going (2-foa.3: ) for DuPont ,were, and, Elder Getting;, one hit ,each,, t-tor-3; .,,
The MavncKs are the Champions no play \-tor-2. Norman lor-3, and Johns
of the Dixie Boys Baseball League, Michael McKinney.; Larry Green?: ,Was l- or-4 with a double .
with a 14-1.1 record. Chris snow, and Kenneth Carlton'' Winning Tennis Instruction '
Chris Snow 9-0-1.led the MarvicKs were all 2-for.4. Chris Rodriquez was' Smyrna 16 ., S.Stars lls I .

With. his pitching. l-for-1 and ltor3Mavs Glen .Ritch and. Paul >myrna Baptist attacK of 32 hits S10 per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each, Call Mark'at 473-4380: or '
In second place are the Bandits. Moody were : enabled them to edge out and win 9646305.Current
8-7-1 3) Bulldogs,7-7. 4> Rangerss 16-11 over the StarKe Stars in a June
',6-8., 5)) Bulls 212. 16 game. students include KHHS team members.

Junior led the Smyrna' attacK going ,
Mavs 13 Bandits 4' 20- Hangers 8 '
4-ior-4 at the plate. FranK S. was
Chris Snow ''and Carltoncombined Chris Snow pitched a silt hitter as ,4-tor-S
Kenny' with
three doubles. Mike ,
for a two-hitter in a 13-4 in 'the MavncKs beat.the Rangers :30-8 and Daryl'N were also for-5 at the S ," V" -, -.... ....: ..... ,>.> ..-..... ......'..-.. -- > .- .
in'a June 3 game. j ',,4i.of1iG \" '' : ( ;Jr'A >toPA \
a June 6 game in StarKe. plate. Brad it. was :J-tor-4 and Buddy \
Bebe Prevatt doubled down the 1>. was 3-lor-S. Jamey Carver and
left field line oil Chris Snow, the only, Michael McKinney and Chris Billy O. were :2-tor-3. Buddy B. was AUTO PARTS'4NAPAI
I hit;Snow allowed in three innings Snow'were 3-for-4, Matthew Martin tor-4 and rad C and Raymond T. ",
David Fischer hit a grounder up the 2-tor-2, Larry Green was 2-tor-4. went 2-lor-S at the plate. -
middle otf Carlton which Chris Glen RItch l-lor-2' and Chris Rodri The StarKe Stars were led by Ran *t :: S
Snow, 'plaYing shortstop stopped quez and and Stephen McLeod were dall Polk and Richie Barnes,,each
behind second base but could maKe, l-tor-3 for,the MavncKs.

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''Summer Reading 5-rracy Bryant .Uonme droves VE-Hersnel Waldron;; PB-Donny
GreatSuccess Sherman Ross; 6-Andrea Crawford, Jones, Stacey YoungBKOOKEK .
Program Dale Pendarvis; 7-Karla felton, ELEMENTARY:
In BC' fonya fa turn; VE-Dana Faulkner, K-Chad Thomas; 1-Jenae Kelley;
Denise( Weber;; PE-Matt Gratis, 2-Lalretta Hogg; 3-Michelle Townsend -
There magic in books!! And the Curtis _
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Tory Hunter, ; 4-Kelli Grtlfis; 5-Hmannon
first session of the Summer Reading Ranjbar; Band-Heidi Sapp. ; Music Townsend; 6-John Richmond; FE,4 -*
Program at the Bradford County Daniel Fugatt..HAMPTON Kelley ,
and Chris
Hogg, ,
Public Library was magical indeed ELEMENTARY, ry
with approximately 79.children in at ,K--Joshua Hodges, Timmy
tendance on June 16. Newman; l--Jason Barr, Detna, JoAnn't
Twenty-eight adults accompanied Ford; 2-Clmt Morgan; 3-Jason Mc- 504 W, Call St.:
the children ages 3 to 12. as ,the, Cullough ;. ,4-Ion' Mersey; Christmas June
youngsters were entertained by :S-Jennuer Darley; 6-Jim Wilson i June 24-30
Clowns-at-Large wno showed olf
some juggling magic and made -
.". balloon animals. :* *,' ,*: *. *
The second session of the programwas
held on June 21 and it proved to 1s
be as enchanting as the first Some
50 children were bewitched as they' 'it
conjured up their very own "bunny talr pan /led
boats"' with Hare Whodim sails and t ti +
raced them across the fairy lake. ,
The mysticism continues today i

June 23, at 10-10:30: a.m.'. as Angela $
Laney from PAWS in Starke, along .
With Margaret Richie from Friendsof
Animals will cast a spell upon the' 2O% i
6 to''12 year olds with a program 6 Off Every

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Crews-Sfravofo Married June 18 I

THE' CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH PUBLIC SALE CITY"OF LAWTEYREQUEST Pamela C Crewi of Lawtey and Flower girl was Amy M. Vinson;

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD Ron Denmark S.If-S.rvic.Storage will FOR BIDS Michael D.Stravato Jacksonville, ring' bearer was Bubba James Vin
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. hold. public tale of:' Bid for a 6" water line to be laid were married Saturday, June IS at IOn
CASE NO, 88.108-CA ,Bin Number 67, belonging to Mrs, I.C. beginning at CR 225 W..t and Park Grace Baptist Church la Jacksonville Given in marriage by her father
DIVISION 8.tts. Street, going South on Park, tail on Ford in a ceremony performed by the bride wore a gown decorateriWith
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE 'Bin Number 40. belonging to Alvin J. Street to U.S. 301 South on US 301 lathe William Kincald and Ralph neckline and longs with
ASSOCIATION, a. corporation, Fayton; lawtey City Limit Two fir. } Stravato, Sr. a scoop ,
Plaintiff, .Sin Number 22, belonging to Debra hydrant, one at Ford Street and US 301 The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and ending with a six-foot tram. The .
vt Lewis. and one at the end of the lin. on South and Mrs. Lawrence Crews of bride veil consisted of a pearl tiara
RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON, etc.; et at: Content Unknown. 301. Connection to be mode to existing Lawtey. The groom Is the ton of Mr. with" lade green flowers and a 6-ft.
D.f.ndonts. Sale will lake place at:2117 N. Temple- 6" line ot CR 225 West and Park Streets. and Mrs. Ralph Stravato Sr., of veil.'She wore a pearl neckiac ana
NOTICE OF ACTION Ave., Slarke,, on July 4, 1988. at BOO: Bid should b. mailed to the City of Waterford, Conn. earrings and earned a bouquet
TO: PATRICK J. BALDWIN, IF LIVING, A.M. lawtey, P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey. Fl. Nuptial music was provided by made of tulips, lillies and asters.
AND IF DECEASED HIS 32OS8. to the attention of Bill Crouse, by .
UNKNOWN e/232tchg 6/30
Berta Stoudemire,organist and Lou There ,was' a candle arch
SPOUSE HEIRS. DEVISEES, 12:00: noon on July 14, 19B8 +
GRANTEES Control p74o
Stravato, soloist. Best Man decorated with fillies and
CREDITORS. AND ALL OTHER PARTIES For more Information call 782 3434, was tulips
CLAIMING 6/23 2tchg 6/30 tt Ralph Stravato, Jr. Ushers were other flowers from Holland,, on a
Chuck Dana, Andy'&ott background of consistingof
HIMR..ldonc. Th. Suwannee River Economic Council Control 0747 Wesley greenery
Unknown. Inc., Board of Director wil hold a Coleman and Oewayne Hughes. palm plants.A .
YOU ARE NOTIFltD that m action meeting of the Board of Director on STARKD ,. Matron of Honor was Chris reception following the
to p*
foreclose a Purchase Money First Mortgage Monday Jun. 27, 1988, 7:30 p.m. at the t -"' Reeves, wearing a jade green floor- ceremony was held at the strength
and Not.on the following Holiday Inn In Lak. City Florida. CHURCH OF GOD length gown accented with a scooped for Living Conference Center in
In BRADFORD COUNTY. Florida properly Itchg 6/23 064-5445 :Mrs. Michael Stravato neck, puffed sleeves, and threetierfull Jacksonville jfiecorations comprised -
422 N. CLAIR-
: ST.
skirt. Bridal assorted and candles of
attendants of flowers
Lot 1 or Block 1 1n Whit.Acre Subdlv) ,Control 074S
.Ion. 01 recorded In Plat Book 2, 73 John Spratlin. PastorWe Charlotte James, Tammy Cochran Jade green were placed on white
of the public records of Bradford page County, Invite you to worship with us. Ingnd Shultz and Casey Momssey! table linens
Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Attended Nursery all wore gowns which matched the On the bnde table was a four-tier

ha* boon filed against you RICHARDD. COUNTY, FLORIDAPROBATE Sunday School .... .. loam matron of honor's. They all earned heartshapedcake decorated with
CUDDINGTON, a/k/a RICHARD DIVISION Morning Worship lam, bouquets made of tulips, asters and live flowers,all on a white lace cloth.
DANIEL CUDDINGTON: DEBRA ANN File No. 88-24.CP Evening Service ..... : .. 6pmWedniaday Church Chaffer nines Refreshments included two punch
.. ,. ...
CUDDINGTON:, BETTY JO WARREN, Division 1-3905' Youth TOpm fountains, hot hors d'oeuvres and
f/k/a BillY W. IN RE: ESTATE OF assorted relish trays '
LIVING Edwards
AND IF DECEASED, HER UNKNOWN EMANUEL KLEINMAN. Guest MinistersAt St, News Guests were greeted at the door by

SPOUSE HEIRS. DEVISEES, GRANTEES D.cees.d.AMENDED First ChristianWhile Kern Brock, ,who was in charge of
CLAIMING! BV, OR ADMINISTRATION the regular minister is on, Honored SundayOn and served the cake,Assisting in
TliROUGHUND" Th. administration of the Estate of c
AGAINST vacatIon, the First Christian Church
HER the reception were Bernice Paige
you or required toserve
EMANUEL KLEINMAN Deceased, FII.Number WORD will have two of its former ministers the ; Ed '
a copy of your written defenses. If GOD'S Sunday, June 19, St. Joanna Hazouri. Dianne Williams
any to It on LAWRENCE J. BERNARD ES- 88-24-CP, I I. pending In the Circuit as guest ministers.On ward's Altar Society hosted a and Kim PaIge
QUIRE. Plaintiff Court for Bradford County Florida, .HOME BIBLE STUDY June 26, Charles Reese will be covered dish luncheon the
attorn.y, who., address Probate Division, the addre of which !I. parish Following a'wedding tnp to the
If 2064 Park Street Jacksonville, Bradford ,County Courthouse, Starke. The Bible Course Is taught In four preaching at the morning worship hall. Fr. William Chnstensen, a New England States, the newlyweds''
Florida 32204 on or before July 8. 1968 Florida. home free of charge, hour. Dinner will be served in the Manamst Priest who has been will reside in Jacksonville on AstralSt.
and fII. the original with the Clerk of The name and addresses of the personal This Is a non-denominational/ study church fellowship hall following the engaged in missionary! work with the -
this Court either before service on representative and the personal based onty on what "thus aith 1))>. church service. very poor of Bangladesh was the' The bride is a graduate of Trinity
Plaltlfft attorney or Immediately representative* attorney are *et forth word of God." On July J, Jesse Sherwood will be guest. of honor at the reception 'Christian Academy in Jacksonville,
thereafter; otherwise, a difault will be below. preaching and following the morn He was presented with a monetary, and is employed by'Kirill Suzuki.
entered ogoln.t you for the All interested perton ore required to APOSTOUC TRUTH U.P.C. ing worship; dinner will again be gift from the Altar Society by President The groom is also a graduate of
demanded In the complaint or .tifion.' I file with this court WITHIN THREE MON 782-3303 served in the church fellowship hall Antoinette COM. Also presenting Trinity Christian Academy and is
WITNESS'my hand and the leal of this THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Both Mr.Reese and Mr. Sherwoodare a monetary gift from M. Edward employed as transportationmanager
Court on May 27, 1988.GILBERT NOTICE ((1)) all claim against the estate ,Rsv.'Emmett Bright former ministers at First Chris 'a parishioners was Alcee there now.'
S. BROWN and ((2)) any objection by an Interested To'schedule your home bible tian Church. All members, former Rodngue on behalf of the Parish ,
,A*Clerk of the Court whom this notice served I invited
peron on woo study, or for additional Information.. members and friends are to Council.
By Cathy Hlgglnbothom that challenge. the validity of the will. attend these services. Fr. Bill's mother, Mrs. Johanna J Ann'a
At, D.puty CI.rk the qualification of the pero 'I Christensen of Lawtey, was given a 504 W.Call St.
4/2' 4tchg 6/23 representative, venue, or jurisdiction f'the Phon. 135 Call Street yellow rose corsage by Mrs. Sophie June 2-.-30
Control 0727 court. 964-6305 Stake, FL 32091 ,First Baptist Kunutis. Fresh flowers decorated
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS "NOT TheBradford Minister'Honored centers of the tables. The dessert
table held a large bouquet of colorful
i Publication of this Notice hoe begunon Rev; Ben'Bryant and his wife,Dot,, fresh flowers.Fr. Bradford F&AM

REQUEST FOR BIDS \ Thursday, May,19, 1988.P.rsonol County I will be honored on Sunday, July 10, .> Philip Gagan, St. Edward's'Pastor ,Honoring Widows,
Th. City of Lawtey will be taking bids Representative: in celebration of Rev. Bryant's 15th with red
was presented
to secure building located ,on Mid. J.rom. Kleinman Telegraph Bradford Lodge 35 F&AM will behaving
anniversary pastor. roses by Mrs. Coes.- This was in
dl.burg Road ,(Lawtey Recreational P.O. Box 6 a special dinner hononng the
There will be a guest speaker for ,
I Center '" ,Breaker,Fl. USPS 062-700: celebration of his one-year anniversary
) widows ot deceased brothers on
Attorney for Personal 't the 8:30 and 11 a.m. services.There the
in parish.!
For more Information contact Marvin Representative: ,Published every Thursday at 135 West', will be special Bible emphasis at the those -'charge'of June 25 at 6 p.rn. at the lodge. ,
Among in arrangements
Roller at ((904) 964-2471, Kathleen C. FoxP. Call Street.Starke. Florida 32091 at IMS All members and their,wives are
Bible hour
3tchg 6/16-30 O. 10.2442 Second Class Postage paid at Starts;, A Study intheir honor will be, for this affair were Mrs. urged to attend and bring a covered
16 S. Main Str..tGain.svill. Florida and additional marring offices reception Coss, Mrs. Kimutis, Zita Shuford, dish. The next'regular lodge'
held from 2-4 in the fellowship
\ ,
., Fl. 32602 Postmaster Send address changes to: p.m. and Dolores Meng.: will be June
hall at First Baptist Church, Starke. meeting 27v$
Fr. Chnstensen will be returning'to
Bradford ,
,Phon. 904.375-7788, County Telegraph P O Drawer
6/23 2tchg 6/30 /,135 West Call Street.Stake.f L 32091 A special guest speaker will be at Bangladesh next week following a,
Control 0744 the 7:30 p.m. and an ice cream visit with relatives and fnends in the JoAnn's504W

Subscribe I Subscription Rote I In Trade Area; S U,00 fellowship will follow the service., states while accepting contributions .Call St. ,
per year*SB,00 six months Outside Please come and help us celebrate for his missionary! work. Biggest Sale of the Year!
Trade Area: $IS 00 per year S8 SO six this momentous occasion.
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run for where tile single he ha member announced district to S tion rectified, although the carpet Under croes-exanunatton by,, Attorney ordinances on the books that the city race!' she campamed door to door,' sion 'over racism" and people are
Beat on the county commission, has not been replaced yet. Lipman, RucKman said if He does not enforce,such as the city ordinance had handbills and leaflets printed, reticent to ,admit that they are
Under Brown
questioning by the
ally entire $1.8 million to spend on the hours to participated in all three
Chandler said he feelS he has"an ex Chandler also testitied that blacks he could serve alcohol political racially biased. He further said instead -
cellent cnance" to win have used some of it which conflicts With state laws, anda rallies, and advertised on the radio. of asking -question about
-1[the blacks vote solidly for me,I cannot represented be adequately a white in and all fairly the elsewhere most that the Reno area was law making it illegal to discharge The prosecution entered samples of block voting, you should use the
don't need any crossover vote." POSI'bons delapidated area in town, fireworks the city unless he gets acomplamt. tier campaign material into, results of a black/white election to
,' from the presidency of the but it was not the
most un-served. Chief evidence.
Dist S Bowen agreed in perform an
is about 55% black. "My U.S. down to tile city commISSion RUCkman ecological regression
chances are better in a single has been the City'sengineer cross-examination by Attorney Under cross-examination when survey. He said the small survey is
member district. l'don't need the "Do you believe you can adequate- from 1WU< to the present Weisberg, that if being a lifelong Attorney Brown asked if it was true making global assumptions about
ly'and fairly represent the Whites m time.
white vote to win. resident is a prerequisite to winning that she planned to use the race as voting behavior and they did not
District 11" Brown asked.
So far, Chandler, Herman atty. Commissioner Vernon Silcox,called a Council seat Mrs. Maurice White an example to snow the Court that elicit meaningful responses and that
Johnson, and Mitchell Brown nave" "More so than" a white can representthe to testify a second time,said it appeared should have won in 1969. blacks could not get elected, she
blacks, Chandler replied. to mm in 1979 that candidates Mayor fravis Wood testified that Broke into a tirade and said
quite it "artlflcla
announced for the Oist. 1 seat being Jy minimizes racialvoting"
What of the black Vote do
vacated percent George Holliday, a black, and when he ran against Phillip Nicnois loudly tnat "black role models are You can't use direct -
by current County Commission questions
you think the other black candidate: Harold Epos,a white, were needed, and
Chairman Lawrence working, and Ed Wall in 1986 that he did that single member rather subtle approaches
Moeley. (Herman Johnson) will get'? atty. together and had cars hauling people ,schedule Reno 'districts are needed and it
Chandler said he'd tried to rent' '' a meeting in with is not should be taken regarding such a
Brown asked. "Not as much as me, to the ''
polls With both of their' possible for blacks to take
three houses in the white areas of the Chandler Ross Chandler to talk With,him part in sensitive subject as racial behavior.
community one outside the city,but replied.Wednesday's posters on the same car. about his(Chandler's support.Don- elections nowt" She further said It would be better to do a person-tp- i
was told all ,were rented. Atty. Action.,. testified Police Chief Jimmy Bowen nie Burch, a mutual friend of "Blacks have not yet been fairly nornnn interview to minimize racial '&' I
Brown pointed out Starke has a Fair than he has tried to recruit_.. Chandler and Wood, called Wood represented even at the national ,
Housing Act and that Chandler City Engineer Don' Ruckman new black policemen and even 6T- and suggested that Chandler and 'lever where the current administration polarization. There were too few H
should seeK help in the rental case. testified'Wednesday morning that tered to pay tor them to get their 400 Wood could help each other. Later is undoing all that we, have blacks used in the survey, but then
$1,677,411 in utility improvementswere hours of certification training but Chandler done". he turned
Chandler said city bacK- dropped out before election around using the Dowd
ed up into his church sewerage, but agreed made to the Reno area in the when they find out they can go to day. Dr Wald said that the Dowd's survey ,and made the assumption
with atty. Brown that the city com- years from ltf77-198J. Reno is more work as a correctional officer-for Carolyn Spooner as rebuttal survey is badly worded and has load- that there, is quite a substantial
completely served than other $1500 more a year,they go there. He fd terms and he said
mission promised to have tile situa any witness testified that she did campaign that in the racial polarization and black alienation -
section of town, Ruckman said.. testified that there are a lot of city to win in her 1964 school board United States there is a strong aver in the Starke electoral process.


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;.\ Starke's Rick, Kimutis Has His ,Sights, SetOn ,

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", the 1992 Olympics in Skeet-shooting, -
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iii' -: '. By Mark Fried un shooting both at single targets and In with the help of his mother Janet
", \, ,. BCT Staff Writer '"doubles" in which the Shooter tries Kimutis.,Janet is a big help as She
," ./. Shooting for a lofty goal Stance to rut targets coming from both sides operates the firing mechanism on'
Rick Kimutis has put in long hours' at once,and at different heights. the trap and helps record tier son sluts .
practicing at skeet shooting, an ex and misses.
acting sport, that reqwres keen Vi- The sport is challenging for the
sion, sharp reflexes and quicK in beginner and at the upper levels of The''hits outnumbered the misses
telligence. skill,can become a tigptJy contested by about a nine to one ratio the day a
Those hours of worK and many battle between two shooters in which Telegraph reporter photographed on
honors Rick has won on the state and the margin between victory and of RICK practice sessions.
national level could pay off he has defeat measured by one single pull Rick is a 1988 graduate ol Brad
been invited to attend a training session of the trigger. ford High School in Stance and has
and seminar for top shooters been invited
to the attend the tram '
The best will be chosen for the 1992. "It's a sport I have always en- --
Olympics.RICK Joyed,'> RICK said last week while' .
spends long hours practicing practicing at .the,KH Airport,range; SeePagellBIf ,'
at local ranges in the area,including, r
a range at Keystone Heights Airport
which is open to the public ,by the
Sportsman's Club.
Shooters must stand at various
in a semi-circle and '
aiming points
hit small, hard clay targets called you had to entirely
"skeets which are propelled into rebuild your home '
the air mechanically from two small
'(" '.' '\"" : :6-/1' buildings at either side of the range. tomorrow, 'Could you?
,: One building shoots targets high In
. ', ,,,"..,, ,\.".',).:' the air, the other, smaller building.
:; '\\,4\1li" \; ,}::, :" gives the shooter a lower target With State Farm?\you Can get'guaranteed;:! 100r 1
;:: Rick and other competitors are1 coverage on your home plus,extra, Contents, :'
-,. ', '" Judges on the number, of hits they protection, see if, you/qualify./(
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I, Rick Klmlutl fire hl.ahotgun at a.pinning target- on the' hooting range' at the Keystone IlrlghU Airport., Lotto Starke FL 3 32091.
Long boon of practice have put Rick In an enviable petition he ha been invited to try out for be,1992 Olympic. .' ,964- 1,

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Pollution'Group' Monday 8:45 a.m."to 3:00: p.m.

6" 12 1 ". 10 I Tuesday', ,8:45 a.m. to 3:00: p.m..,

Wednesday.,, 8:45 a.m. ,to ,3OO: :p.m.

'LTR 1.75 '750 'Thursday :8:45 a.m. ,to, 3OO: p.m.,

MeetsUnited Friday' 8:45 a.m. to'6:00'p.m.:
SEAGRAM Saturday .Closed
Citizens Against Pollution, BRANDY COMFORT
(UCf.P), has planned two fund-
raisers for Saturday, June 25, and
has set meetings in July to discuss
future On plans.Saturday, June 25, at :7 9969.9699LT Drive-In Facility
LakeshOre Park in Lake Butler bet-
ween 10:30-11:30: a.m. recyclable', Monday w 715am.: to,,GOO: p.m.,
items will be collected in order to R 750 750
raise funds for the opposition of the Tuesday 7:15: a.m., to 6OO: p.m.Wednesday .
proposed hazardous waste treat' .. '', t'
ment incinerator planned for .'/J/'h.'f : -HouseRpeCtals< : ,'' 7:15: ,a.m.'to ,6OO;: ,p.m.
Curve Union ,.,. '
Ella bee In County. : '' ,,,'<4; '"N' -" < "<" ,'; i'! .
Items to be collected include LaWn '< ''' '1" Thursday 7:15 to 6OO
aluminum cans; brown green and ,Creek GJri' 'f; !> ;+: 5.99: LTR. a.m. :' : p.m.

clear glass I sorted by color; and Lason Vodka ,; 5.99 LTR; Friday 7:15'a.m. to 6OO: p.m.

items bundled off Lakeshore Drop Park.these Call James/ Harbor," Rum'" 5,99, LTR,< Saturday 8:00, a.m. to '12:00 Noon

.964-4478 or 496-3629 for more,infor. t
mation. Playing Fvery Frl. & Sat. 9:00: pm-2:00: am
,Also on June 25.beginning at 8:30 '
a.m.. UCAP is having a yard sale. in Return Engagement of
front of Andrews prig Store in Lake
Butler. The Macclenny Girl Scouts The' Ray Parrish Band
will also be having a bake sale at the
same time with funds from both
sales going toward the fight againstthe ATTENTION: JULY 3rd ,. .
waste treatment centersA ,

,meeting July has 7:30: been p.m.set in for the'Thursday Union- JAM SESSION 4 pm til 11 pm (;))1" 0.. { '

This County meeting Courthouse is a planning in Lake and All Pickers & Singers --
session for the Softball tournament .
scheduled for the weekend of July Come Join Us! -
22-23. .
A second UCAP meeting Is set for
Monday.July 18,at 7:30: p.m;in the 301 LIQUORS ,& LOUNGE 395,West Main Street /Post Office Box 358
Bradford County Courthouse in Lake Butler Florida 32054 Telephone(904) 496-2101
Starke UCAP the regularly scheduled Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301

All interested persons are invited OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
to-attend both these meeting



Tennis Tournament Deadline Today "Play 'Begins I Sat., ,

Country Day ; ', ,. '

I scans should open uP, U. field far
office on for doubles to open each division for faculty'' member Ed Agranowltz exciting final.
Opening round action in the Our Bradford County Telegraph tournament play. defeated Clay Co-op employee Ed If you aren't up to Agranowits lee Page 111 I
Country Day tennis tburnament has Call The Street divisions in Starke m tile,tourney will be In last.year's tournament KHH4 DeKeyser of Keystone Heights in an talen 's on the court, the "B" dlvl-
been set for the weekend of June :
25-24 beginning Saturday at 8 a.m. determined by the number of entries Set in Starke
divisions for all players of various received, but the tentative list Includes Big Softball Tourney SaturdayThe I
levels. : men'> "A singles, men's'A' r
Finals for all divisions will beheld doubles, men sB" singles, and raffle. Road) complex July 29th and 30th.
age tenth annual' Youth Softball Association (Junior Olympic) ac-
"A" .
July 4 beginning at 8 a,m. men's douDles, "women's." doubles.women' .Association YSA) Invitational tivities. The first place raffle prize will be, This will be a good time to play and and
Entry forms are available at the singles,, women's "B" Mens Church and Boys eighteen and Trophies will be awarded to the, a Sloo bill. Other raffle pnzes include get more familiar with the area
,Keystone Heights City Hall Tournament "B"and singles women's, women A and" B under' (Junior Olympic) blowpitcn first, second and third place teams a fish cooker,an AM-FM radio more accustiomed, to the; ,Softball
Chairman is Mark FnedUn. doubles, men boy's Softball Tournament is scheduledfor and the first place Individuals, and cassette player and gift certificates fields
Fees are$10 for singles and$10 for doubles mixed doubles,junior Friday June 24th and Saturday from several businesses in
doubles teamS ) singles, (16-and-under),junior boy s HeadComplex ) Concession and For more information, or to mail
each per person June 25th, at the Edward stands 'restroom Starke.
and must be deposited at City Hall doubles, junior gIrl's singles doubles and Westside Park, if facilities will be open, Special The men's major Church District ,entry fees, call Jerry L>. McGriff, P.
with the clerks on duty by no later't.han US-and-under), junior girl's necessary, in Starke. ,features for Saturday will be, [II j tournament (sponsored by the O. Box 759 Starke, Fl, 32091. Home
12 p.m. Thursday, June 23. and Junior mixed doubles. of eight All proceeds will be used in con- chicken dinners,a yard sale,a home Starke Recreation Department)will phone ,964-4698 or' work 'phones'
residentsmay mere must be a minimum be held at this same (Edwards_ 964-6092, 964-6800 or 964-M70.
Stance and Lake Butler entries for singles and four teams .tunctinn: with Youth Softball run derby (with a pitching machine)
turn in applications at, the ;

Last Chance BUY -


Registration -----...-.-..........
., -.... ':=. .
,There is"still time to register for '
Summer B Classes at the Starke
Center of Santa Fe Community College Winn-Dixie}
Registration is currently going ,
on daily trom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A
special evening registration' for
,drop-add will be held on Monday
June 27 from 6-7 p.m, The Summer B
semester begins next Monday June a '
'n and ends on August 11. ; STORE HOURS, I'
One course of special interest is .
Dr. Apnl O'Conneu's class in Public MONDAY- SATURDAY ";,;"?
,SpeaKing which will focus on how to, '
4' ponveive of and carry out a group, .' 8 A.M. ,- 10 P.M.
,project in terms of theme, "breaking ;

directions the ice*preparing, communicating audio-visual clear j\ SUNDAY THURS.PRICES,. WED.PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION'

materials use of handouts, fostering 23-29, 1988 STARKE'WE _
creative question and answer 8 A. M. 9 P.M.JJNE p ours w uwoenlq g ceunwwr b..aa

time, and providing for evaluationand

course feedback course foists designed an experiential tor those SELL ONLY U.S. CHOICE AGED BEEF II HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE

who work with groups of any kind: in
schools,'churches recreational and QUANTITY RIGHTS
scout groups or adult education. RESERVED
Other classes ottered this summerare '
Art Appreciation; Educational HARVEST FRESHNECTARINES
Psychology' introduction to
Business, software Applications, Intermediate ;: 57 !
Algebra, and Art Fun ,. .
damentals." T" ........,,N....
For more information,.please call .
964-5382 or,468-1717. x s U. S:CHOICE i

Cycling Club Raises Nature Makes The Produce
Money for CF W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE" :

residents'Through and the the generosity Wmdbuster of'Cycling 'area ', : CHUCK $ 77 Winn-Dixie Makes The Difference,

Club and tnends, a winning tally 1
oi $434 was raised to help children '
.who suffer with cystic fibrosis in try ROAST KIWI $ 00W0BRANDU9.CItOICE'
',cystic fibrosis bike-a-tnon. LR ., 3 1 .. .
We could not have done it without tt PEACHES FRUIT . r FM '
of the and the '
support sponsors -
participants who gave their time LEAN $197 BONELESS TOP $O97 HARVEST FRESHBLUEBERRIES

and money ,to help the Cystic GROUND CHUCK,,., u 1 SIRLOIN STEAK'11 IA' U $ ,.-...,,. ,rl"f99c: '::
Fibrosis Foundation disease in this battle : .' 3 1-. .. 'HARVEST FRESH' : '":.........
the genetic cystic '
against '
,/fibrosis, says Jim Garrison chairman Les 4 '$100"
of the event. I STEW MEAT .., u I r'o ,.,
Winners of ,the blke-a-thon were r .
Denton Devoe-first prize; Cheryl U.SD.A.INSPECTEO', 'W-D BRAND SLICED FREE
9.11 LB
Garnson- second pnze; and Tom DELICATESSEN & BAKERY
Fanmng-third prize. Prizes were -I, FRYER : .
donated by local merchants In- f WHOLE HAMS
cluding Florida Theatre, Western !
Steer Steakhouse and Sonny's : : t FOOD WITH, PLENTY OF QUALITY

Barbeque. .McDonalds of Starke : hWr'y
provided meals for aU participants 'II., t 87tAST FAMILY PACK : ,
,during the event Bradford Vo tech i. "' 4 ?) 18. 2 EACH INCLUDES THIGHS,:IEO3. '
School allowed use of their truck- h. L6.
,driving course facility LB POTATO SALAD"
Proceeds from the event will fund W-O BRAND SMOKED PORK W-D BRAND I o COLE SLAW

fibrosis research, the to find number a ,cure one for inherited cystic it SHOULDER REGULARFRANKS DINNER 'JsrO I LA LAbL.FRENCNeREADptlM' OF

killer of children in this country,and PICNICS' I '
medical care programs to lengthenthe \\E FRY '
lives of children with CF. The p tll\1l H1RUlFR S.I INCH 2 LAYERS OLD FASHION $988

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation with the 1 COCONUT or APPLE PIE. . 50-SIl1La. .
aid of.volunteers across 77 -J '
raises funds support these programs P PREPARED WITH 100H REAL CHEESE
through special events like "
the Dike-a.thon,in,Starke; R. CHEESE SHOP .Z "$498'SPECIAL
PIZZAS . 'sill
TRIM $O98 $499
99 DELI'
CC, Board Fills CENTER SLICE HAM ., .'LI, i1 'REGULAR BOLOGNA, '11.:' :... ., ... .. EACH, JENNIE.O TURKEYHICKORY $488

Vacancy Left; TROUT '$168 BREAST . ,'. 1a ,
By Resignation SWEET' :$'99 ,

John Miller, co-publisher of The BONELESS HAMS ,., ,'u' FILLETS,!,. ,,'". ,. is EVERYDAY LOW PRICES REFRESHING SAVINGS '

Telegraph, has been elected president -, FARM8TCAO IN FROZEN FOOD
of the Starke/Bradford County 'BONELESS ;

Chamber of Commerce to fill the PORK CHOPS. .". ,*' $391 FLOUNDER q';'.'. it' SUPERBRAND ALL VARIETIES
of Susan Faulkner,
unexpired term -
whose resignation was accepted at OSCAR MAYER OSCAR MAYER ',TWIN COCA
June 9 Board of Governor'smeeting.i
the : COLA
,Miller served! a previous WIENERS'' BOLOGNA POPS
term as president ,for the year '

198687.In her. letter of' resignation' I 47" @ 99 *
regret Faulkner that, said I tender, ."It,my is resignation with deep :: | $128PALMETTO 'IZPK.$125|

' as president of the StarkeBradtordCounty La. ,ALL'VARIETIESREGULAR
/ Chamber of Commerce. lam or"s
for embarrassment my
sorry any
circumstances may have brought to 'THICK SLICED FARMS BETTY CROCKER COLAnn
the Chamber and to the OSCAR MAYER .PIMENTOCHEESE BROWNIE SUNDAE;,*J!! $238 ,
community .., Ti'
Testifying under immunity rill ,
at a recent drug trial in Federal $109. .
court, Ms.. Faulkner admitted having 58U ,. ... .. "ll;
used cocaine at gatherings held ,$ 99 .I$ | I NATURAL LIGHT w REGULAR
County in the attorney home'of Dudley loner Hardy.Bradford' | L THRIFTY MAID, QC
CC Spruce Up 1l1, CUT CORN '. .,. m. OO"THE BEERWD

In other business at the June 9 BRAND US.. ,CHOICE .S,D,A. INSPECTED(9 TO. ,...... '
meeting, the Board Governors BONELESS /t..- 11-LB. PKOFRYER.> .-g; :'\' BUNSHAMBURGER I( UNUNS u $396

okayed general plans"face for lifting'a new roof of and the CHUCK :.: ,' '
,Chamber building to keep pace with ,STEAK 1" "'v1 DRUMSTICKSI DIXIE DARLING
Downtown District of STarke. .j J 5 4 Ot GRAMS
The Business ImprovementAward 7 ;t: '-' *
for June was presented to $19 58 WINE COOLER
Davis Express, Ine,., a truck lA"" La.
transportation firm on U.S. 301
South. 17 uIII $329

We BuySpanish

I am Interested:Moss In and y

Clean Stores
opening a buying pointIn Fresh Product

or around Lake Butle;r ,

area. Call Jessie'AIlen

19043645601After r

9 p.m.t

,. Before 6am. -



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Danger"Pinched Signals Nerves"of ,1 .,. Starke Sets 1st 'Annual Tr. eedomf est July 4

1,Httq ?''low" Bock Poll, I Tight Muscle Starke this year in celebration of our ,platinum is a six-member, professionally there will be no admission chargefor available at the Surne/BradJord
3 Shouklor Pom') 9'Pain Down legs nation's Independence Day, July 4. equipped performancegroup the Freedom! activities, County Chamber of Commerce. Entrants
4 MuW.le S0o.rrt ,I Ill Neck Pain' Activities will begin'on' Saturday which will play wide variety which will also include a historical must be' present at theWoman'
-6 N"rTtJl'lo, ''rlllol'\d.'\ 11.Numb Pings' ,4 July 2, with the Stance Bass Club, ol music from soft ballads to presentation by BBS Librarian Club by 9:30: a.m. Satur
trkw9s 12.Num TOGt sponsoring a Youth Bass fourna. popular country tunes,to traditionalrock ,Olivia Scott, patriotic 'music and day, July 2, '
Find but rvqw wholhof!cafofd, ment, the Bradtord Roping Club and roll and top 40. awards presentations tor the Little
profossliinal'' riding events and a Little Band members Carl Cruce, Steve anrf can sponsoring Mr. Mrs Firecracker Beauty
rJllovoyouroches Mr and Miss Firecracker Beauty Buck, Ron Asbury, Eric Weaver Contest ferry Vaughn, better Bradlord Hoping Club- will,
and pains Sponsor special to be
Dr. Virgil Berry'STARKE Pageant and twins Cindy Nipper and Sandy known as "Scott in the Morning" on awarded
MOSl INSURANCES ACC PlED The excitement will culminate at 1 Nipper Glenn will rocK the night Eagle 106,3 Radio will act as Maslerof in 'honor of the
p.m:on Monday July 4,at the Brad- 'away with selections made famousby Ceremonies. at their regular ride
CLINIC' 964-8018 ,lord Iligtv School lootball stadium'With the Eagles, Steve Warmer Van The Little Mr and ,Miss Saturday, July/ '2, at the arena near
the fairgrounds
a concert teaturmg a red hot Halen, Chuck Berry, -Merle Hag Firecracker Pageant will be held on: US-301. Everyoneis
864 band that is picking, up quite a gard, It fliP, and many more,>as Saturday, July 2, at the Starke, invited to come out and participate -
N, Tempte.Ave., (Across from Pizza Hut) 'm the riding events, or just
following in, North well as' performing their own; Woman's Club.Deadline lor entry is watch the tun.Kue .

< Starke Bass Club will sponsora
"'" Youth Bass Tournament at Sampson -
) Lake on Saturday, July 2, rom
salestart (daylight to 10 a.m.'For''

" %more 4.529J information. All interested,on young entry people, call

Unbeatable! Everyday Low Prices !I ment arc welcome m honor to of' the enter freedomlest this tourna-

. me Vrecdomlest Schedule Will
climax/ with a spectacular 11reworks
display that will, brighten the sky
with a bursting light ,display

FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S 'WHARF 1 at reminiscent last tall Celebration s ol Bicentennial the fireworks ot the enjoyed Constitution ,

o '
-, "V _, __ t' '. Come out and enjoy an evening
,0"'.1 ,"' '''_ ;,..,1.00..: '
""" ,. ., '\fI !J" ... ;.i "'" '.', bursting with entertainment at tne
ALASKAN t "\ -' First Annual) Krecdomlesl at 7 p m":
HALIBUT FRESH -X-,'__ x 5/\-v5 Monday July 4,in the BHS stadium,
GROUPERFILLETS SHARK hamburgers, hot dogs and other
STEAKS SNAPPERFILLETS ,.concessions are planned Kepresen-
STEAKS 'Iii lives, ol the Starke Burger King
Will be giving out coupons lor 'tree'

$399We $,5.99 $99 $ 8 come VN hoppers through to the the irst gate 500, so people get there wha-

eHI'ly! ''
IB 38 '" ",' :;"':.I
:: : t. Community StateBank SUPERMARKET \' I" '" I,1',

, .. .. BANK AT ,
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, ,, $ 1 1'9 00 FLEUR-D-LAIT VARIETIES' $ 99
' $1 : 4
i_: 3,16 CANS 01. 1 3 uHS\ S..4. : j | CREAM CHEESE r u \

p PEAS MUSHROOMS ,Jerry Cuswllcr'
"r .

:, 4 $1 9 $100 $1 ooH FtORALSHOPPEBrighten your day with an assort:
31601. -
-,I. CANS CANS 4 or plants ment arrangement.of trcsh or gaily cut flowers' decorated, green'floral GusvilelRunsfor

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:"hl. ::>, 3, Jioo II 99SJ19< L- $11,9.| 1 4 r. we'Flowery/ FLORAL delivered House,

/,,''". CANS .CAN t Sfroi JAR() worldwide Couiily tierald; educator iJerry, announces Guswiler; a he(is'lay a

', 1 .
,v, .Democratic: candidate tor the \
: of SLICED PRICE AIL VARIETIES ilou!>e'of Representatives!, District
THRIFTY MAID 2 K$145 BREAKER" KEN-L-RATION, 3 8ge 1 '2.1, which includes all 01,Clay County
PEACHES '0'10'' ., I DOG FOOD 'd. 'MM PHARMACYTRAINED part;of St. Johns County and the
STOfl LITE eastern part ol Bradford County'
THRIFTY MAID GULF (Guswiler :was torn; raised andVducatwl
2'Ii t 9ge' in Florida, Me received his'
,5' S .,'.;, LEMON JUICE 'n CHARCOAL STARTER .we WORKING TOGETHER FOR Hachelodof Science Degree, with a

I ASTOR THRIFTY ALL FLAVORS MAID C $100.. GULF $149CRISCO 'BETTER, HEALTH CARE' ,... maJor, he /haS''10.economicsIrom received his. Masters Floridaly and

r SMALL PEAS ; S cros I}ar; 14t129 'ASEPTIC DRINKS V *&; .I CHARCOA' STARTER', s2 i. Doctor,duo winning and pharmacist the fight against- an unbeatable,disease. 'Specialists from Western(Degrees 'in University edui-aiion in

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SUPERBRAND THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE ... .y" ... .tIhr Norm,Carolina. Over the years!, he.//
of medical'dl ov rtr tnlh ai''
GREEN ... has taKen post graduate,courses;
".n. pet
;, an yo *"- grl'T
'_..1.< ,Inc University ol Florida University
BEANS f1SCo SHORTENING .1. .1. ol of North Kla...
Tampa University
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, \ CHOCOLA'TE'I \:=.:' ... active
\ M..tY( juswiler has always been
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,", r 3 $100 >ur rKi lrred ph rm.rUt. make1 lessional VItI'lOUSCIVIC community, 'pro-
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Good Sani Club.' ;,

I fhe New River Ramblers,
.f Chapter of the' boor Sam,ClUb will -'
meet Thursday, June;!J. at 8 p m ,
DISCOUNT In the, Elks club on Norm, femple
Ave. .
Alt Hv"owners interested In joining -
the camping group are invited.
.. ... II available through'June.
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I Hung Jury'YfeldsMistrial, CO Hart FreedNever I

discount the power of one discussing the verdict after court ad- As fate would have it, Bole was federal prosecutor's office in whether to prosecute Hart, l 1ft a second ..
vote-especially if it results a hung journed, said the believed the out of state in Kentucky. Hart told Jacksonville, that committed the trial.
jury, as In the case of Correctional Federal investigator acted lm, 'thomp oa she knew nothing of the crime. ;"The government has But a spokesman for U.S.Attorney
Officer Shirley Hart who stood trial .., properly in this case.We thought promised gift and 'Thompson left. punished this woman beyond Robert Mettle said if any such eel-
m Federal court last week, charged she (Hart) was entrapped. 1 just Later,however, Boles called Hart on anything the 8th Amendment had In tugs exist among the prosecutors
With conspiracy to distribute mari I' .... don't believe they should do that.:" the phone, told her of a small bit of mind," Johnson charged. The 8tn :they would not affect a decision of,
Juana and distribution of marijuana. IW1 Bait for the so-called "entrap marijuana be had hid in their Amendment bans cruel and unusual whether to prosecute or not.
In post.verdict interviews with the ." ment" was a minute amount of freezer, and 'said that he' would punishment. After leaving the Federal binding'
press several! harried and manjuana-one quarter of an ounce dispose of It when he returned home. She defendant's father,. Homer following the week-long trial, Defen-
.frustrated jurors said they spent (7 grams) With an estimated street After another visit from -Thompson Hart, a former Bradford County dant Hart said she would "hate to
(long hours for a"not guilty" sale value of $5. Hart testified that she was i Commissioner, in after-trial com- have to go through this again."
verdict for Hart, who has a nine- Johnnie Blaine Thompson said it afraid not only that he would turn on ment said it was 'disgusting" that Since her indictment early this
year record as a correctional officerat had been promised to him by Hart's her boyfriend If he didn't get the pot, the government allowed Thompsona -* year she has continued on her job as
the LaKe Butler Reception and boy friend,' A. J. Boles, a former but also physically afraid of being major drug dealer by Starke-area a correction officer at RMC, exceptfor
Medical Center, aysigned to prison employee as a coming out alone with him. standards- frighten and pressurehis the days spent at the trial in
secretarial and administrative gift (out of prison, that is)- for his She let Thompson have the tiny daughter into giving him a tiny Jacksonville.
duties. friend'Thompson.Apparently,what bag of pot, and when he commeted bag of her boyfriend's marijuana. She refused to plead guilty td *
As a result of the one-juror holdout Boles didn't know was that fhomp (on tape) that it imelled good, she Defense attorney, Johnson ex- lesser misdemeanor charge' because
vote, US District Judge Howell son. after negotiating with Federal replied, "it all stinks to me. I can't pressed fear that his criticism of it would have meant an end to her
Melton declared a mistrial late Fri prosecutors had agreed to work as stand the smell." Hart also testified Federal prosecutors during the trial mne-yeaar career in the .proson
day morning, meaning freedom for ;: .. \ an undercover agent for the FBI, during the trial that she didn't use might ,Influence them in deciding system, sources said
Hart, unless the 'verdict is successfully and was "Wired for sound". The drugs and that Boles who was on
appealed whdch some .J "gift" arose from a chance meetingof probation for a drug possession
legal observers think unlikely. Boles and Thompson at a Starke' ,charge, had also quit using drugs.
"1 felt really sorry for that girl, shopping center. She explained her' seemingly Lazenby's Fish PondHwy
because everyone in that (jury) Merrell Hart Some time later Thompson ap- friendly conversation with Thompson -
room but one person thought she was Shirley peared at the mobile home of Hart as an act to conceal her fear in 100 S. Behind Pine
innocent," a juror from Jacksonvilletold and Boles in the Heilbronn Springs the hope that'Thompson would leave Tree Inn
a reporter for the Gainesville and "lie seemed to be so close- area, to pick up his minute gift of the her and Boles alone. is now Open to the Public

,Sun after the verdict was rendered. minded that lie shouldn't have been manjuana-a seemingly small gift During the trial Hart, and her OPEN: 8 AM TIL 8 PM'- Sunday &: Monday: 8-1 Rest of Week
Another juror added that only one there to begin with." for a man used to dealling in large Gainesville attorney, Huntley
man hem out for a verdict of guilty A, 24 year old woman juror transactions of cocaine. Johnson, argued it was the FBI the Keep Your Catch

Catfish 1.50
J lb.

. New River Assoc. Formed for Operating Tri-County Landfillby Tackle. BaIt &: If You Call Don't 964-6471 Want to

Available Fish For Your OrderSAWYER
Ellerbee Curve group for a'solid ing little or no input in the decision sumated. Transfer or 'sale of the
Buster Kahn waste landfill in late'' 1987. Since making process. Union and Baker land to Union County will be on the
BCT Staff Writer then, the state has proposed to site a 'Counties followed Bradford lead in ,Cabinet's agenda in July, with final,
Bradford,! Union and Baker Coun- hazardous waste plant on the west looking beyond the 13 county consort action expected in August.
ties have formed the Mew River side of SR-121 at Ellerbee Curve. Secretary Dugger With' institutions -
Association for operation of a solid the Cabinet will render a decision Realizing that DOC, with 6 major scattered throughout the state, y
waste landfill, and have agreed on ,on the hazardous waste site within a institutions in, the three counties hopes to develop a plan that can be
agreemeat -' few weeks but in the meantime the faced similar problems except for used in other areas with modifications -'
binding the tn-county association -* proposal has created some concernfor an abundance of land, the three to suit each situation.
in a common cause. the landlilL counties .approached DOC and Commissioner Riddick and Dar-
Bradford County Commissioners' A local group, operating under the found a receptive ear in DOC,. rell O'Neal, solid ,waste director
signed the agreement in a regular name U-CAP, raises the possibility Secretary Richard Dugger. have been in the forefront of finding
meeting( Wednesday, June 15. of the state putting ashes from the Commissioner Joe Riddick says it, a solution to the solid waste disposal
Baker County has already: ratified hazardous waste facility in the land now appears, the plan will, be con- problem for the past two years. _
scheduled and Union County is fill, due to its proximity ]
to complete the documentwith Bradford County CommissionerS IEIro0.

signatures early in July. have said that only bona fide (904) 964fetr 1
The New River Association is the residents of the tnree counties and
culmination of many months work DOC will be allowed to use the landfill -
by county officials and represen- excluding the hazardous waste
tatives from the Department of Corrections .
facility from burying aSh in the land-
(OOC),working to establisha 'fill.. oars S fashions
landiui In the area,to serve county' J ,

residents and. DOT needs,'' (History.( ..
Prisons in the three counties. Bradford, Union and Baker Coun' 444 ,-H. rWa/wm 5t. ,. Starkf: Plaza
Reception and Medical Center, Lake ,
ties were members of the 13 county T
Butler; Baker Correctional Institution -,, ,
consortium, about two years "
Olustee;.Lawtey Correctional
with Alachua cast the
ago, County in
Institution, Lawtey; Union Correctional -, leadership role. The consortium appointed ''Ife ',, NOCXTRA' JOAN CONSUMER
institution (UCf), Raiford; a Policy Advisor Committee finest, in, "Ladies 5ashions'"VERY 12345678
Florida State Prison and New River .
(PAC) composed of one county commissioner -
Correctional institutional Starke; PURCHASES
drawn from each of the 13 ( eil ISHM M BIBB IIBI>eHBIIB BHaBMHB >>VB >MI* SIBi BMHBBeH BHB BaBMI IIIIB BB! >*
generate about as much solid wasteas
either of the three counties, and is c\>untles. SAWYER
The PAC made two proposals, 'a '
subject to the same rules and regulations ,
for single regional landfill in Alachua CREDIT CARD TODAY
disposal. I
County three regional landfills
DOC has operated a landfill for its throughout the 13 County area. Plans day we have a different fashion line selection at
own use at UCI for many years; but bogged down when Alachua County a savings for you. >Magic
does '
like the landfills it not
county .
meet current Department of Environmental :sought to control the operation of the For the finest In ladles fashions, visit Joan's and see '
Regulation (DER) landfills) through a weighted for yourself the savings :you can, have without going Chef
rules, and faces penalties for non- voting system. out-of-town. 'J
Bradford County"'was in .
upfront '
corrected. *
.compliance |If not announcing it would consider alter FROST FREE'

The Plan... natives to the proposals, more VISA t MASTERCARD accepted; Layaways welcome. I II 17 CU. FT.
especially participating, in the Alterations FREE with purchases of$50.00, or more.
Plans to locate the landfill on weighted voting system, which put REFRIGERATOREnergysaving

state-owned land east of Ellerbee small. counties in. .the position of hav
Curve on SR-121 about 3 miles north -
'of Raiford, have been agreed on by nRW1CHAsa features
DOC and the three counties. Since
DOC is a state agency, and has more II 3 adjustable
stringent limitations than countiesfor cantilevered
bonding etc.,it will not be a part- shelves
ner'' in the New River Association
'but will'partiCIpate on a contract 'gfeasant Vattey' Care Center

basis. US
DOC is agreeable to the proposed Maglc ITICHARD
location, and will assist in getting tItle ,
to the land transferred to Union SOS West Madison Street Stare Florida Pft. 964-4546 '/

County. the mterlocal agreementbinds 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH-S1500 INSTANT CREDIT*
the three counties in raising .."
funds to pay for the land, and con'
struct the landfill.

vested Title in to the state-owned Internal Improvement'lands ,is Pleasant Valley is a state licensed ACLF facility, geared MAYTAG

I Commission, not to the agencies toward home living with 24-hour supervision by a trained

themselves.Cabinet Governor members Bob are Martinezand required staff.Men and women clients are cordially accepted.

to approve the sale or lease, as the

case The may county;be.; group '.chose' ,the ,This unique brick home, with 4.58O square feet of easy

living is located in the suburbs of Starke convenient to

; doctors, hospitals, churches, and shopping centers, with

"NotesBIG transportation being provided,by the home.

BIRD:. The flr.t /ossil of' ,Pleasant Valley ofl'ers'the following HEAVY DUTYWASHERS (\1'\ BIG LOAD
,what scientists believe to be thebiggest VARGE DRYERS
Home Cooked Meals, phis
seabird ever, discovered MOMLM12Numbff c." won eon
has been unearthed the Atlantic., Planned Activities t m long litettwni N'.mber t preferred dryer
Coast. According to National ( moan, kwmi ftrvtcf costs ti y Cite fabric cyeMPoiciivn
> marrw up
and brand prifcrtnct
Services Offered
Christian -
Wildlife Magazine, the fossil was :
encased In a 30 million year old Assistance with Bathing. Dressing. Medications a
block of tone excavated In

Charleston S.C Early speculation Laundry Services ..,."",
is that this enormous bird /is a distant n. i i" s d 3 f" 4'
relative of today's pelican mYra
Scientists/ believe' the bird weighed fi A visit to this beautiful home :win assure you that your: ? QU7asth: '
90 pounds with a wingspan ,of
almost II feet. loved ones win be given a high-level of attention and care on ..- k 3&' +

one-to-one basis.

majestic RIVER.Thames'REVIVALS River once Britain's provided Please feel free to call or stop by for a visit. t J

salmon Jar royal banquets.; Available now is a nice apartment or private room.Administrator HI-FI STEREO
But by'the J9 O., pollution had ON-SCREEN
made it art almost lifeless sewer. ''I'!!'
Now, according to International : 111 Griffis PROGRAMMING '. Hi-fi stereo
Wildlife magariner the tide Is tur' 4 head
ping again. Thanks to, an ., 43 function remote
r 1Y".e On-screen ,
astonishing rescue operation, the yt.M J tuning' *
river is healthy. Fish and waterfowl 38 function wireless remote
not seen for years, are returning '499'
Some say the Thames Is the $ JUST
world's, cleanest/ metropolitan 299 ''SAY


POINTED INFORMATION Sidle &ed4 Sarielw.y ela.Ooedbvy..r .
The spines of many cactuses, suchas 1
the hedgehog variety help the rrw

plants shad themselves. According _
to International
magazine, most cactuses have
very thick skin that helps keep Itfe-
giving water inside. But this thick
skin also means the plants have a ,t:;'
hard 'time keeping cool. That's] 1103 S. Walnut St. e. Ph. 964-7701
where the spine come In. They ,
cover the plant so thickly that theiS'.
skin are always In the shader -


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I 'Destruction of Marijuana ,. :-

Top' Priority Says Sheriff ... ,.I. .'te 1:
... ., ., ...
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Destruction of locally grown marijuana and Deputy David Aderholt of the ., '. ,'
and the arrest of those persons Bradford,County ,Sheriffs depart- ." ,.
responsible la a top priority of the ment. ", "
Bradford County Sheriffs: Department Six persons have been arrested so ,
during this tune of year, said for this year and charged with the ,. .
Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish. The program growing of marijuana. The most re- ,.
consists of mutual aid cent of those arreyts were 'r.. 'II', )y, ,i'.
agreements with other agencies for Christopher Gregory Cluapmnl, age .' .
assistance and the availability of 31, and Stacy Leigh Menzen, age 27, ( > ....
aircraft to keep the county under both of Semmole Ridge near Matinee _
surveiianc ,by air to detect the in Bradford County. Both were ar- J .
marijuana.One rested after Bradford County : ,
such agreement la WIth the Deputies armed with a search war-
Florida Department of Law Enforcement rant seized 70 marijuana plants ,

which heads up a,statewide from the vegetable garden and in the ., .. '.: ,,{ ,,} .
program for the eradication of vardof. the Cmapuuu home on Santa .

domestically grown marijuana. Pf Reddish) urges citizens to t, ,'
Shentf Reddish states that over contact his office ar 864-6280, with '
400 marijuana plants nave already any information they may have of i' ,
been seized this year including 300 growing marijuana in the county .... ...--.
plants seized west of ....wtey by and reminds those citizens that the 1
agent Paul Fuentez of the Florida source of the information can be r 4.
Department of Law Enforcement kept confidential. I
t i 1 :1

I. News BriefsArrest 4 ,:

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records in the office of the Loretta Kathryn Allen, .33, is
Bradford County Sheriff show the charged with disorderly conduct and
following for this week: bond was set at $101.25.
Warren M. Dixon 52, doing John Lamar Crews 18, of Bradfordcounty r ... .-...
business under the name of Warren is charged WIth having an -
Dixon Enterprises, in, the field of Improper tag and possession of "--"" '"
plumbing,electrical work, air condi- alcohol under the age of 21 At the --j,. ; ... ..
tioning and heating, has been charged 'date. of this 'report bond had not ,......:-/:. It ..........- .. ... ,
with filing false and fraudulent insurance been set.Ernest. ii .....
claims. Mack Dell, 39, 1S chargedwith "
He is free under $10,000 bond, but driving with liscense suspended ---- .a__
IS under further investigation according : no vehicle registration and attaching ....... 't.\
to Sheriff's Investigator a liscense plate not assignedto
David Aderholt, and may be charged -' the vehicle bonds of$210, $101.25
with theft, if investigations war-, 'and $101.25 were set.
rant. Willie ,James Strong Jr. of Demolition for a Good Cause... '
Rosha Smith, on'Raiford Road Lawtey, was arrested in Lawtey for
When KOA Kampgramd owner Fred McQroy void his old property to nuke
was invoiced for$1,130,61 for repairsto violation of parole in HUlsborougn
way for a new Wai-Mart Shopping Plaza he wanted to do something for the
conditioner including He held
an air county. is being without -
replacing the ,compressor, according bond in the Bradford county jail. commnlty with hU old building, located on U.S. 301 South. TULLER
to Aderholt.Paint spilled on the Thomas Leroy Stanley of Duval Bradford Future Farmer of America Instructor David Smith, Walt Wettcott r '
old compressor during an earlier county, is being held in the county and Crag Alvarez were quick to volunteer,taking jut a week to take down ChiropracticCenter'
house painting was still in evidence jail charged with issuing a worthless the old building with the help of MOM Inmate from New River Annex.
that the compressor had not.;(been bank.check, and obstruction by a The wood from the building will be need to expand the f.dU..t. the FFA', Keystoh'e Heights Office ,

,replaced. disguised person. No bond has been Ag.< Farm In north Bradford County. _260B,. S,, Lawrence Blvd.
Alex Sviagin, on Coliey Road in set.Rickey Gunter", Jr., ,Macclenny. That means more Indent will have a chance to rake Uvntock to chow anaeompele '
Starke, had somewhat the same experience
Aderholt said. An invoicefor failed to report to jail,.is charged. |a the annual Bradford County Fair,thank* to McQroy'i generou.Ity.i'MORTGAGE. r473-7213'.
with driving with liscense suspend (
$1,186.30, for to an air
repairs bond
ed. No has been set.' ,
conditioner. to have been
supposed Wendell Duane Brown 26,of Lake lightning had and' invoiced City, is charged with having an expired > I PAIN CONTROL 11VJURIES''

replace,Insurance replaced claims not have been tag over four months. and has Headaches Wart .......
posted a $50 bond.
been filed for these repairs. Joseph Frank:Durand,.Lawtey, 23 Neck & Arm ;rm..i,

Other instances of high prices and is charged With having an expiredtag BANKERS Mid Back (C A.Ace""' .,
work not being done are under investigation over four months. and was .. Low Back & Leg
Aderholt said. Several ",:
released on own recognizance, to ap- s irm--
jobs under suspect were said to be .
pear in court in July. 4, '
lightning damage" needing Nola Hall Lee,36,of Union County, r
." ', 'replacement, but replacements and ,was arrested and charged with 1 DR.. RICHARD C.TUllER
,materials billed for were evidentlynot disorderly intoxication, battery,and
supplied. criminal mischief. Bonds of $100.75 ,
Menzen 27 of
Stacy Leigh and 262.50 were set. A BANK or uosroH counwHarold
SemInole Ridge, I and Christopher Jo Alice Goodman, 28 Bradford YOU I
Gregory Chiapmnl,31,have been arrested county, has been charged with battery : BancDostoii Mortgage Corporation '
for possession of more than 20 .and resisting arrest with NEED IT-24 HOURSA
grams of cannabis,and manufactur" violence, three counts.No bond was LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS:
ing.cannaow-At. marijuana i set. in this case. .. DAY 7.DAYS A. r.
plants were eonfiseate4<-from the t ,Julie.Mae 'Beartl41'Bradford'county 817 NW 56th Terrace Suite A,Gainesville, .Florida[ 32607' f '
garden and yard of the Chiapmni arrested for driving WIder!- 0 WEEKOffice
,, home, at Semmole Ridge, near the influence of,alcohol.,Bond was'I Office 375-2950 Local Number 473-0266 '
Melrose in Bradford county. Brad) set at $362.50. FI lA. VA Conventional Home Mortgages Second Hours:
ford deputies searched the groundsand Mortgages Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. by Appointment

home after obtaining. a search


arrested October 2, 1981, for battery
and petit theft at the Wlnn Dixie FISHER. P.T.
Store in Starke,'failed to appear in M"
court, was again arrested April 27, BY APPOINTMENT 964'.6000ATTENTION

.. rescheduled to appear in court May,
17, but again failed to appear. He
was arrested the third time June 18
for retail theft at the Dollar General
store.Bond has been set at$101.25 on ''i
each of two counts, retail theft and' LORIDA
failure to appear in court total. of
$202.SO cash bond only. PEST ARPETS
Michael Bernard Davis, of ONTROL
Lawtey,was first arrested June 1 for,
possession of a firearm by a convicted tCMwCMCa

into an felon occupied and for throwing vehicle.June.A a'missle surety S.He 'FREE SHOP AT HOME SERVICE l DAYS A WEEK.

bond posted $4,000
.was arrested and returned to jail' Our Carpet Coordinator will gladly call at your ho with samples.and give, ..

June 7. a previous bond of $10,000was SUMME i free, no, obligation estimates.FINANCING'PLAN'to.

Additional subsequently charges revoked.were .filed suit anyone's'' needs!!!

.. June 17,of violation of parole for the ,

sale parole of for cocaine resisting, and arrest violation without of ALL.BIRD WATCHERS! ,90 Days Same As Cash Revolving Credit'Accts

violence. He is being held in confinement K\ On Sale Now."
at the Bradford county jails 'All Cypress Bird Feeder VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER:

Alfonzo Covmgton,28,of Bradford '
County was arrested June 13 for i'' RWo' 12.49Listen
possession of a controlled substance
(cocaine. ti the i Hummingbirds 282-3736 964-61O8 :a
Allen George, of Bradfordcounty Diazinon
Troy 4-Statlon Feeder Comes Complete Spray '
was arrested for driving 282-2O86 964-6154
with Food D'I
For Lawn&
liscense and
with a suspended .
unlawful alteration of a tag. Bond only..4.99Kaytee Ornamental Needs
was set on the two counts at$311.25., 1,836-FDland1ngDlvd. 1644 South Walnut St., Imll
t'"t 8 Oz.Bottle 2.88 :: : .........
Jackson Thomas BrookS 31, Wild Bird FoodS Hwy21Mlddlcburg. ',Hwy 301 South .
charged with driving with suspended ;eQz.Wattle .5.88 Florida Starke,Florida
liscense and an expired tag of GetuptoS OOO
more than four months, bond set at, Lb. Bag Only 'l Quart 9.88 ,
$311.2 instant credit here.

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Th. GolUth 'frog of West Africa r s-a)sera w s..ei_ .M wskeaarttes .. '" 0 KOA CAffi.Ml ...r -
than 30 {lnch i and ..... a'5t. M1 aad.C ( 21 OWMJOIS Rdj
measures more -....ed ASwt Cr.. bd.Sar4 c.-.I..s..t. -
weigh about seven pounds. V- J/MItw" ,z....._ Ocoum'-Catp'IS'
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lowctf poet TILE
Sa:many ocher Tiro*models.Come in while selection it ': '

Cfc lbro oflem!the GTS darting guarantee.Tiro GTS engines are
guaranteed lo Mart on the Jim or lecond pull far two yes or Thro : I ALSO:Doctors Inlet. Maxvllle.. Clay Hill Melrose. New River. Sampson |'WOOD PI HlQT JIIOODFLOOI
will fix them ha..Fur narirg guarantee delaih,we your Toro-diatcT.
.Tyarlimiced,,.,rink I City, Worthington Springs Lacross.Theresaa. Orange Heights.Penney
( .No money dom on Toro't revolving charge plan.Ask tar cIotaiIo. Farms Earleton. Putnam Hall. Lake Geneva.Sanderson.Glen St. Mary.
Mandarin. Orangedale..Switzerland. Fruit Cove.Russell.Lake Asbury. I $ -

LAWN & GARDEN CENTER Fairbanks.Hawthorne. Grandln. Florahome. Duck Pond. Highland.,
Brycevllle McRae Plcolata San Mateo. East PaJa ka.

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I Obituaries "

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Mrs. Beulah BloodsworthMrs. Brown moved to Moline in lfr2 from years ago, after being a longtime ed Illness. Born Aug. 22. 1913 in Army In WWII and was a member of nephews Including Mrs., Melba "" "UN/\\/ ( .'"
Beulah Faye Bloodsworth, Starke. She was a legal resident of Starke. ,She was a Hampton, Mrs. Houston was a Fla. Dairyman'* Awn. and St. Faulkner of Raifora. I,1., > .,',,\ '
Venice died stenographer, a homemaker and a homemaker and a member of First lifetime resident of Starke She wasa Anrte'i Episcopal Church In Funeral services were held June ,,:';
65, of June 12. '
member of Sacred Heart Catholic Christian Church of Starke. homemaker and former Keystone Hts.Survivors 17 in Bayless Baptist Church with "
Born July Bloodsworth 27. 19Z2: in Vanceburg, Church in Moline and the Altar it: Survivors include four daughters owner/operator of Houston Gulf Oil include his wife, LyndaHenry Rev J.D. Robinson officiating. In- ,'.. '
Ky., Mn. moved to the
Sarasota Rosary Society. Frances Crosby of Naples, Claire Station and a member of First Baptist Leukel; four sons, Walter terment was in Dyal Cemetery :' ,
area 40 years ago Survivors include a daughter, Noegel of Gainesville,Margaret Ann Church of Starke. James of Starke,Jeffrey Merrill and under the direction of Jones Funeral
and Lakeland.She was the retired owner Florence Suarez of Moline; a son Dyal and Jean Pamsh of Brooker; Survivors include two nieces, Bet Brian Henry both of Keystone, Lee Home of Starke. ,\' ", '.
of Salonin
operator Fay's Beauty Dr. Marcus Brown of''OrmondBeach two sons. Wayne E. Douglas, Sr. of ty Jo Booras of Atlantic Beach, Fl., Francis of Setting; and a brother, "( ,
Sarasota Church.and attended Venice BIble Fl.; a sister, Lucia McNeerof Stance and James E.: Douglas of and Frances Gregory of ,Neptune Dr. Francis Leutel of San Diego,' Mrs.Jesslefomas'Mrs. : :)(1'

Survivors ,include her husband, St. Petersburg; a niece, Mrs. Denver>Coio.. ;. a brother C.W. Colt Beach, Fl; a nephew, H. Bruce Calif. .,Jessie Dugger Thomas,84 of ..< -
Francis F. Venice Marian Hitch of Orange Park; a son of Orlando; four sisters, Evelyn Durden of Neptune Beach; a COUSin. Funeral services were held June Lake Butler,died June 20 in Alachua' ,
daughter; a son, John fi of Pack ;of a half-sister, Adele Cornwall of York, Jenkins of Ocala, Carolyn Hayes of Jeanette KIncaid of Starke; andseveral 16 in St. Anne Episcopal with Fr i General Hospital following,an extended ,
Carlyn Jim Edwards A
officiating. private
Pa.; a half-brother, Joseph FlU Starke Catherine Boynton of nieces and nephews. illness.
Sarasota Sarasota; a brother (Gene Wilson and of zgerald of Sonoma,Calif.; six grand- Gainesville and Elaine Smith of Graveside funeral services were burial will be held at a later date, lifelong resident of Union Coun )
; four grandchildren. children and a great-grandchild. Hampton; eleven grandchildre and held Wednesday,June 22 in Santa Fe 'under the direction of WilllamsThoma tyA she was the widow of the late -
two greatgrandchildren.Services held Graveside! funeral services were six greatgrandchildren.Funeral Cemetery with Rev. Ben Bryant of Funeral Home of Jesse Thomas and a member of '
were Wednesday at held June 20 at' Crosby 'Lake services will be held ficiating.Arrangements were Dandled Gainesville. Johnstown. Baptist Church of,Lake .
Farley Funeral Home, Venice Cemetery with Fr. Phil Gagan officiating Thursday, June 23 at 3 in by Jones Funeral ,Home otl In lieu of flowers, the family re- B s '
Chapel with burial' following in f.m. quests contributions be made to St. Survivors 'I
.Arrangements were handl- DeWitt C. Jones Chapel 0 Starke. Include six daughters/
Venice Memorial Gardens.In ed by Jones Funeral Home of with Rev.Tom Crafton &: Rev.Jess Anne's Episcopal Church, P.O. Box Lois Dicks and Annie Mietus both of '
lieu of flowers, donations may Starke: Sherwood officiating. Interment will Walter "Jim"LeukelMr. 192, Keystone Hts..Fla. 3285 Lake City,Lean CnbM, Jewell Law r ". -
be made to of Sarasota '
Hospice and Linda Gaskms all of Lake ,
County. Mrs.Mildred HammondMrs. direction be in New River Cemetery under the Walter James "Jim" Leukel, Mrs. Leon Norman Butler, and Mary Lou Starling of ,,. (_.: ,
of Jones Funeral Home of 59 of died June 13 '
Starke. Keystone Heights, Mrs Leon Futcn Norman 83, of Macclenny; two sons, Leroy \!: .- : ,.
Mrs. Florence Brown Mildred Douglas Hammond, In Bradford Hospital. Thomas of Daytona and Charles "' -''Vii "'. .
died June Bradford J
Kaifordr 15 in ,
68, of Hampton, died Tuesday June Mrs.Hilda HoustonMrs. Born Gainesville he has lived ', : .
Mrs. Florence Brown, 86, of in in Hospital following a lingering il- Thomas of Lake Butler; 19 grand- ,\ /
Moline, 111., died Saturday, June 11 21 in Alachua General Hospital of Hilda Louise Durden Keystone since 1971, moving there lness. children, 27 great-grandchildren '''i: ,.
in Lutheran Hospital in Moline, Gainesville following a brief illness. Houston,74,of Starke died Monday, from Temple Terrace. He was a Born Sept. 1, 1904, Mrs. Norman ,and 10 great-great-grandchildren. : ,
following an extended illness. Born Aug. S, 1919 in Brooker,Mrs. June 20 in Memorial Medical Center dairy specialist and registered Real lived on Brownie Rd. for over 57 Funeral services! will be held : '" '
Born Nov. to, 1901 in, Tampa*Mrs. Hammond moved to Hampton four of JaMcwmvili" .following an extend: Estate Broker. He served in the U.S. year.She was a homemaker and a Thursday,June 23 at 3:80: the ,
member of Bayless Hwy. Baptist Johnstown Baptist Church with Rev. ::;','" ,I ',
,Church. Ralph Smith and Rev C.J. Thomas 1'' "
Survivors include a sister, Lenme officiating. Bunal will be in Ben ','' ,

. Boaters Are Cautioned About Drinking and Driving ,Faulkner of Lake Butler; a naif- Sapp Cemetery in Bradford County''
: brother Adrel Platen of JaCkSOn- ,under the direction of Archer
ville; and several nieces and Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
The Florida Game and Fresh Water Counties. "During the same period drugs will be asked to perform a "With 650,000 registered boats,in ,
Fish Commission is taking 585 other boaters suffered injuries.". number of sobriety tests. Florida. the Commission must take (
,measures to insure 'only sober The Commission is concerned with Thompson said,"The penalties for steps to. insure public safety on the,
boaters are on area lakes and rivers. the increasing number of alcohol operating a boat while intoxicatedare states waterways," Thompson said. Commercial
To achieve this goal, the Commission related boating accidents, which severe. First offenders face a This week the program will be I ResidentialLAWN
's Division of Law Enforcementhas doubled in the last year, due largelyto minimum fine of $250,'.and/or up to ,centered on Black Creek, Julington
launched a safe boating program ; alcohol and drugs. said 'fh mp- six months in Jail." Creek and Drs, Inlet.
called "Operation: SWAMP Offenders must also attend an Next week, Thompson said, look SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
Sport-fishing,, ,Water-sports and son.Lt.. Thompson says. "It takes less, alcohol-abuse. course and perform 50 for officers on Kingsley and Santa .
"' inebriated boat, hours of community service. Fe Lakes. '
Alcohol Monitoring Program), alcohol to get in a
The new program was initiated, because of the wind, fresh air and Areas in Northeast Flonda that Officers will be stopping boaters, Fully Automatic;For a healthier Lawn ,
last month with,,, 13 days devoted to warm sun." Laboratory evidence Indicates will receive special attention during checking fishing licenses, boat ; ) : ',
its implementation. In that period that only one drink can af- "Operation.W.A.M.P." include the registration and safety equipment
officers have made 2S6 arrests andissued fect a persons ability to operate a Suwannee, Santa Fe, Ichetucknee,. They will observe boat drivers for Adams Irrigation '
306 warnings an indication boat safely, Thompson'said, adding, St. Marys and St. Johns Rivers, as signs of having too much to drink,or Mike Adams 1 "
.that the program is needed, and the .-The combined effects of alcohol well as most major. recreation lakes. drug abuse.. Installation & Repair 'r,,' ,, : ;
agency is serious in its undertaking and boating can mean disaster on Free Estimates 4733150r: % ;\\r)" "''J p:
"Last year 102 people were Killed our increasingly" congested ,water- I Lr =t: I LI -

In boating accidents statewide," ways. 11 .Jf I .. 'I .J ,_J !' m, V mW ( -
said Lt. David Thompson. 'Area Boaters suspected of operating IsllkJ-l J I .-M M + > I It Bi
Supervisor'for Bradford.and Clay under the: influence of alcohol or rit it -ii it ) K jtv Get Ready i

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. :Votech Classes Offered" For: Vacation, i : .': ,\I.

The following classes are being of.-' All Tires Made In the '
fee.First QUALITY'S
fered at ,the Bradford Vocational Aid: 6/20,22.21,29,.M/W,1 I FOR SAKE Good Ole' U..S. of A., ,
Technical Center;, on Orange Street p.m.. $3 fee) '.' (
in Starke., Beg. Floral Design:, 6/14-7/19 ,7, CALL SAIK CONSTRUCTION Front EndAlignment f
Pre-registration 'and payment of p.m., $18 fee., 995 '
fees are required for all classes. Ford ,Adv.' Floral Design:. 6/16-7/21, 7 Purchase r
more Information. ,caU 964-6800, Ext p.m., $18 fee. of 4 Tire* 'r', I
o Screen Porches .,Pool Enclosures
122. Beg.Cake Decorating: 6/14-7/12,7 Includes set caster,camber& toe in to mfrs. specs ,: ,', '.': '
Parenting/Child, Birth;:, 5/24, '7-9 p.m., $15 fee.Computers'. Patio Covers Vinyl & Glass Windows Inspect suspension 4 steering system. For most : : 'I

,p.m., no fee.PretestChild. for Beginners: ,0 Carports e Concrete & Wood Decks american cars. Front wheel drive and chevette vehicles '
:' 6/13-7/13, 7 .m., $12.50 plus fS lab '
Care Certification p '
tee. Roof Overs Swimming Pools extra. Parts extra i":,:
6/21,6:30: p.m., no fee. ,
0 ,
Child Care Certification hrH 7 Adv.tomputers6/15-7/13,1 p.m., Senior/ Citizens Discount Financing AvailableSalk Front r ,:

p.m., $5 fee. ,$30 plus is lab fee. Construction Co. 2800 NW 74th Gainesville br Rear Ai" '
CPR,6/.13',6/15, W/W,1. p.m., $2, Firefighters:,"fo be announced'., Serving North Central Florida Since 1975 KE
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Until the end of the 19th, century people in Siberia used blocks made from P155-80R13, $34.00 $28.00
pure tea as money. 218 S., Walnut St. 175-80R13 $38.00 '$30.00 : :,i; ;" .',
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P195-75R14 $41.00 $34.00 ,< ); :.
9644957PAIN $43.00 '1."i' ,.; ''.
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P215-75R15 $47.00 ,38.00

JARVISFENCE CONTROL P235-75R15 .$49.00PRIX $41.00
Mid Back 31X10.5015LT31X11.5015LT ,
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Low Back& Leg INJURIES ,$71,00 BALANCED AT NO : ,
Chain Link Wood &
.Wool R.I"ld' 33X12.50-15 $81 .00 ..,_ ',
Keystone Heights '. .'1QO,West .
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ScreeniRoomsCar' PLUS FREON,
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know today.

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.1,4 Shingled roof wood ilffnf plywood floor, delivery and R*-*

,1 bpei ,set-up. Fleetwood 1 jrr. warranty and Extended Warranty 5*

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964-6633. 1988 4BR 2BA 24x70
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For Miss Fla. Revolutionary GE Video Sale at"icr Slightly Prices:

Starke' Virginia Crawford arrived -
{ at the Howard Johnsons Hotel in
Orlando at 12:30: p.m. Sunday June

,19, to begin '., ,.. ., .
competition in the Miss >.('<<. -;" < r ; ""'" (
:; '
Florida Pageant.She {1t+ < .tM'f
had to register,get most of her 1"",;!<;>Mo"v.J.: ; ',<: .f"f'

( things to her room, and her stage --- ,.,*)f.".'" ,"<",.>,><".".,!<<,,,,, ""H", < ....t>',..",;">4"er"w: '," ,
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clothes to the auditorium. Registration Rlg ;,:n < {< {:/ !
Re gss99 Reg. $420Cash i;:. is;
consisted of meeting her S n'e'cOO 1"
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Cash 'i;
hostess, having her picture taken & .t': "
with the reigning Miss Florida, Cash & 'Ca & Carry Orryo ;%;f ;; i1bi.4f.i! 9> } : ;;,r/4'

meeting and talKing with the Flonda $35900 $ 5 79 .; .::7urie 2u onIv.rJ.:1.U"M : \
board members 'and her' rzu ,. ,,,," : ""
meeting 319 O 0 ''''..." "/, ><< <,, / '
roommate. vAt or$53 per mo: .--i.i' {[ .ff f>'{,. ;;;);,"':f.rd:
4 p.m. all of the contestants hada or$41 per mo, tor or$43 per mo.for 18 Mas., 18".bor 1 xa f\., t.Y,;
meeting, and they had to be dressed 12 Moe. 12 Mos.. 18 b '. .,..;.tREN"1.3' '1't. 1-.'
in their picnic outfits. Virginia } t."<<
,said,"after the meeting we went to a ;J1GE; ;,. NE'ffi-

mansion in Orlando for an elegant >'i.''.'',<.,'", '..."."JJ, ,Y",. j". .. <:.
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picnic. Vrf"M
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The girls are divided into threegroups 'q
and :\:<:i1\ < .., >'_''''' .'.. .,...j', ,... #:,:,;, ,
1 on Monday one groupwent 20" woo* Stereo Remote Control 26" OMOONJU. Stereo Remote Control .
to Cypress Gardens, another 19"Diagonal REMOTE Monitor/Receiver
group went to Sea World, and the CONTROL PORTABLE COLOR TVMODEL' / MonitorReclever'Y,>,
third group went to Boardwalk and .MODEL 8-204O MODEL 8-2668 :FS b h.Thurs ay' ";'"
Baseball. 8-1933 DIM! mode remote control Dual 1 mode control '$. 529 00 1; 5 <3> ",,,F "'J '" <.?i/s .
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said 'I Buil1-1n. capability
Virginia got up at 4:30: Auto Programming <' '': e c.l.a Hft I '.
a.m.and I went to Cypress Gardens' Cable-Compatible Quartz Tuning 10 i :; ::I: '
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1 got to dress as a Southern Belle' In COTY Picture Tube '" ? ; :: : ( ".! .
a red dress. I also "' 1 ., : :;;; >,;'
saw a ski show, '. J I. 1;;Rent'\lrMe.' ;;
and Amencan champion divers dive. I.Automatic Color Tracking' o 147 channel' cable capability ..Onscreen ch.1nnetdspla,. with last channel viewed .,: ..... '''. >.."" <' .. :' ;)'
from a 90 foot diving board BlackLock Contrast Circuit' ,.Auto contraspkture programmingHigh lubeRowwood Auto color system _?%.':'x:'''_ 'T,, ; ;; "; \:"{,;)-

Monday night there was a patrons '. Sharpness Control liniih Auto programming with 147 channel cable capability e..i'i "''k ..'t=Me.. : ;
: on high Impact plaitic ( ; '' ''''' '. s
reception honoring patrons of the Venetian Oak finish I I on.high I impactplastic ::t' :n,..t > ;: \
pageant, amd introducing the con- Light Sensor"' ,'i'f"> g V.FREE!=.J.W". ,
' DUAL ; > %s.1-,"' .,,,,., ,., "< '<,$'>
J "testants to them. Virginia said, Sale MODE Sale Rosewood finish on high Impact plastic. ,,<; ,, .v"' < '.' /, : >t t.' .
Tomorrow morinig, (tuesday we {
i will be making $319 $35900' tCOREMOTENTROL
Mall, and then we phaavvea eheearstals ''DUAL Guitar

I form 3 pm.continued.m." .. .. . MODE ';,;, ,\.... '
Virginia One'of the (,. ;( ) ''' ", :,,; m. """ ''r'<' REMOTE' ,
differences between last year and u J:%" ""!' t'e' 'AR'*'oRnD- 'I''O' S' '.'&; ;: SPEAKERS ".;"{'::, ;y CONTROL Picks, ',&
this year IS this have more : : .., .i '
yearwe .
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f rehearsal" ",5\i t$' %J";:: "" ;;' <>> ''t.:1: $ ",< '
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,The girls will be doing several production -, \,4;. ,1.Ar. ,J.4r.. .,;;;,.{,;i f,_?,.".<.1<.>VO" X1TS,4L; E!.;,- 7;,:;<: .f-.:; ,e GE.W.Wing good t "8Slolif" ,Strings
numbers this year. which :
they did not do last year. 1GE's
Virginia 'said, 'The ttrtngj.. avtu : 1"
enjoyed the most Is meeting the 7 ON
I girls.." She has made several new' Cassette
friends, and renewed Keg ti999
. acquaintances Recorder _, _
from last year. The pageant will be Reg 8628 Cash &' Carry 1 01 T SAL
televised live on Saturday mght, SMMnvMcAODCUUMM
, June 25, at 9 p.m. on Channel 12 in Cash & Carry ..
Jacksonville. .... =-- NOW!
Virginia would like to extend, a $ 5 O 9 00 ss2 ....w....,"1.. ..... ........_ '
very warm special thank you to the per rind. for / =.' >:;=:::.:..
following people and businesses who or$43 per mo. for2M6s. wn.rr. assn ....---
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have contributed much towardsher Mra -.-ei/MNbt
so .. 18 / --...-...., '"
endeavor to become our next -

Miss Florida! only 27.95, .i
Jacksonville University, .J-U.. .
President Francis B.Kinne,JU Baptist -
I Campus Ministries, Community GE.YM Mwr .1 n a'a.bra
26" Spacestyler
State Bank, Genesis Hair Design, --- oMooN4<. Remote

Mike and Tern Oglesby, and Control Stereo Color,TV
Charles. E. Johns Agency, Inc. MODEL Sale .,......"'..:.:
and Kevin Crawford 26" ,Remote Control ,
Neil Patti OUOOMM. miWlJn
Karen, Doug and Vanna Crawford, Color TVMODEL ': 1 e control SNeoVUion 7 9 900
Diana and Roger Rothwell, Phillip Picture System o w rr.ea:.n.w
'Shan, Leigh and Brittany Johns 8-2545 Built-in stereo/bilingual 1 capability. ':w'

Captain Martin Hersey, Dewitt. andHelen High performance electronics designed for Audio/Video- lack pack ,
Hersey. reliability .On-screen channel display with I last channel'

Florida National Banf, Alligator' e Direct channel selection or channel by channel scan Full on-fcreen menu with remote adjustments High Performance
,Creek Ranch, Inc., Test Construction remote control Auto programming with,147 channel capability FM/AM Portable Radio with

Company, Starke Junior cable connection ready electronic. ', Oak solids aitd two-speaker sound112Channel
Women's Club and Stevenson Construction -' tuning Swivel 1 Base, veneer DIGITAL' ..... w. ew......n,.. r. rr V
Company.! Contrast tube ,,
High picture Traditional5tyling' rr..r..r... ..,....
Mr. and Mrs.J.:f.Lawson +
Color Monitor*System color .. .. o
automatically adjusts
Head Ahead of Phe ,
Hair Regency CONTROL 54.95 : .:: sa,
Group,Purdue Office Interiors,Inc.,
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''and. Boynton's Gym.
Bradford County Telegraph, John Sale
Miller, Mark Fnedlin, Mr. and Mrs. .T120 GE T-12O Gibraltor

Gene Long, Sharon Bryant, Sheila $-5-
Brady,Cindy Burro,Mitchell's DrugStore REMOTE 09 6-Hour
,Chastain's Jewelry & Gift CONTROL 6-Hpur
.Gallery, Sawyer Gas & Appliance of 4 99 1 3 99

Starke Terwiliegar Motors, Joan's Tapes Tapes .. .
''FashIons, Western Steer Family GE.W.bring good things, to III*..,
Steakhouse, and Jackson Building
Supply, Inc. bring good QE,W.bring good things, to III*.
'torn and Ginny Garnar,Denmark KidGmfer FM/AM C'Okw Mini AMFMStereoChildren's

Furniture of Starke, Onan Wells Electronic Digital Radio .

Chevrolet-Olds, Inc.,. Bradford ... Cassette Player
Florist, Wilson's' Florist, George -----
Roberts Insurance Inc.,and Brown-' N '
ing Construction. Rugged Tape Recorder ,9
Lawtey Shell, ,'JoAnn's. Country fj'
Crafts It Woodworks, Jim Duncan, I
Gerald PetreUa,Don Hardy Jerome
,and Gere Johns,Curtis and Vet Ed- '.,i + with "BED
wards and Wiis Jewelry i a____ ,, 1 BUD"r: N __
Thanks tot ne else in Brad- listening =
ford County who h .M given their support '
through contributions, prayers '7-4607 Whit 8 Qr.y. -

and good wishes. Sincere gratitude $27.95 '
also to the individuals who par- \ .'Bed Bud''headphones with extra-long- cord.Built-in"Bud A totally new lookieot7'

ticipates as judges In mock ,inter- Winder"*storage Extra-compact size e GE"NoWorry" to fit today's youth, lifestyle,
1 Red and YellowFeature '
"f battery back-up system Red LED electronic
views. time display H,;& Min pushbutton controls for Time and AC/DC converter e Stereo"Bud"'earphones with builtinwinderstorage
which children
*Ta, -t-Talk-Along/ microphone Automatic
compartment Slide tone control
setting Wake-to-Music or Alarm Alarm set indicator'Sleep
can favorite cassette tapes or tap shutoff In Play e Cassette carry door Telescopic'
alongridedenset switch adjusts up to 1 hour,59 minutes Snooz-
microphone also providedplay, Alarm clock Time set look feature prevents accidental' swivel whip FM antenna and built-in AM antenna .FM stereo
for"live"recording.Large aasy-to-understand pushbuttons time changes .AM/PM indicator for Time and Alarm LED Indicator Jacks for 3.5mm stereo headphones,AClDC''Ii' ,
and automatic end-oMape shutoff In Play and Record e 24-hour wake-up system Full On -Vea Warranty! convener or adapter e Operates on 4"C'*cell
for longer battery life. Pushbutton eject.Works in vertical or batteries(not incl.) e Full One-Year Warranty
horizontal position.Plays on 4"C"batteries(not Incl.),op- '

Alexander the Great mad his tional AC converter or car adapter.Full one-year warranty Sale 32.95 54 95' .

soldiers keep clean-shaven so the' ._d.hll..eve___ Sale 'So d.....Mi___.
enemy couldn't grab them by their

beards.To .

Home Entertainment Concepts'Bradford

o Square Shopping Center 964-6946 Star Ice

keep the drain from clogging 'FINANCING AVAILABLE
with hair when bathing your dog
stuff H with a nylon scouring net. ,
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Pleote writ. .P. O. Draw.r :380 Starke, payments. Call Judy. 964-8043. "4tchg THAn YOUR BUSINESS Cecelia Terwllleqar
Flo. 32091: 4/7TF Ib40 1980 MODELl like new $3,000 6/9.30 WANT TO STOP ,
WANTED WANTED! WANTED! Rat with big air conditioner and some extro 87 TOYOTA 4x4l SWB AC 5 speed OD. THAn OURS IAfceIIeaIcl NEW LISTINGS
tl..nak. skins In ,grime, condition *. Set up on 'A acre. but can be mowed block with port stripes chrome front I
Maeymeue IMAGINE 1 90 ft.on beautiful Klngiley Lake I A 31R. IH bo home and a 2 BR.
cured with anti" ...., not talt. $3 pei : has wheel too. 964 3748. Itpd 6/23 and rear bumpers, cloth seats, carpet 1644160.e642000 landscaped with
foot 964-8232: after 6 p.m. :2tpd 6/16-23: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!, mobile home gray Interior, bedllner.. Lilt for pd thru 6/30 Ba MH. The property It approx. 90"x360', handsomely
CASH PAID FOR WWI', WWII. Korea park on Grlffl Loop. Acreage for more $14,100 new now $10,000. 17,000 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free magnolia, hydrangea, gardenia, fig tree, ...c.
mobile home .or lot. 38000. Call mile*. 964-3812. TFc* BARGAIN Of THE YEAR 262.5' on 301 North by IOS"on Washington
Vietnam, German, American' ..,Imat... HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.,
Japanese tword, medal, dagger, after 5:30 p.m. 964.8970 or 964-8703.. CHEVY % TON 4x4 PARTS. front ond Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 TF Drastically reduced from $91 ,300 to $78 800 for quick sale.
uniform, helmet, patch.., book, 3/3 TFo| rear axles, transfer, transmissions, HOME REPAIR painting roofing, new SO CHICI I So cheap 428 Pinewood, 127,900, 'could go VA or FHA, newlyremodeled
flag. posters DOMINIC. ZERO DOWN PAYMENT..for'qualified etc. 964-5812. TFc and tear off. Addition, remodeling Inside 6 out, CB.3 BR, 1 Bo. ,
18004513832. :3tpd 6/16-23: land owner. 733: -0268. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 1971 FORD OALAXYi 400 d.AC. PS. Thomas E. Lee Construction office ltD. 230 EAST 2 tory CB t from homo on one ocr*. LR I DR combination with

ANTIQUES WANTED, Need Fottorlo' SACRIFICEI,28x60 I doublewlde for $339 PB, 116.000 miles Very nice condition, 964-3833.: horn 4311675. Itchg 6/23 fireplace, kitchen > on*.half bath downstairs, 3 BR, I bo' upstair CHtA,

American' la Caa del- Sol Antique, month; Call 733.0213. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 Asking $995. Call 964-7763 after 3 p.m- SEWING MACHINES Sole and Service $ S.02O. easy financing I .
473-2076 morning belt. 6/16 4tpd 7/7 A-1 MOBILE HOMES..', the nation's :2tchg 6/16-23 I oil makes cleaned oiled. adjusted. SOMETHING NEW I W* have nw duplexes for rant or Ml*. Rent $330 monthor

WE BUY ESTATES large or small La Casa ,largest retailer of mobile home 1987 fORD RANGER, V-*, EFI AC. $13. All work guaranteed.. Corner all four'duplex,for 130000.

del Sot Antique, 473-2076: morning 733-8317. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 AM/FM stereo wM catt, cletfi Morgan Rd. t CR 16 James Strickland .....ACREAGE.....
best 4tpd 6/16-7/7 GLAMOUR BATH... lnglewlde, '88 seats, ept>r.... It.750 miles. Assume 964-8733. 13/3TP I HWY. MS 10 acres |loins Alachua County line $ 25.500
'model.. Cathedral ceilings, furnished, loan 'I *,442.42.. Cell 94-1201 cite, LAWN SERVICE for residential! end commercial. MICHIGAN STREET: Acres inside city f 10.000

YARD SALE complete delivery and set up under .p.m. 2t $149'monlh.. Call today 733-0139 TWO VEHICLES,' '74 DELTA 84 OLDS lawn vacuumed. No lob too big or RO. 100 lAST 1.37 acres, wooded and plolled' S 7.000
4tchg 6/16-7/7 $700: 65 FORD PICKUP 6 cyl.. $400., small. Free estimates. 964-4338.: 2/4TF HAMPTON! 438 acre*. This property hoe everythlngi $438,000 I
'.1& SAT.June 24-23.:8 a.m. until. Nice OWN FOR LESS THAN RENT' 1988 9647235. 2tchg 6/16-33: WE DO BULLDOZES! WORK 450 John LAWTEY 5 acres. 105th Ave., good $ 13,000RD.
'tale like doublewlde for under $250. Call today 77 T-BIRDi needs trontmlttlon.,'Motor 0.-.. how. Call
baby clothe, mlic. on new $4O per anytime, 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26.000
adult cloth.., olio refrigerator stove, 733-6068. 4tchg 6/16-7/7, run good. 964.2575 or 964-6189 after 6 783-3306. 47TFchgK
Call PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RO.I 20.16 ocr**. 3 well. 3 poles $ 50.000
f,......, washer air conditioner, Ace WE BUY USED mobile homes, p.m. Itpd 6/23: 8 K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialand f 19.800
Rd. po.t prison off Hwy 16. before 121, '733.B31T. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 1985. CHEVY BLAZERi full til*. Silverado bll.I."... personal services, CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared lOff on water 15.000
signs up. 431.1200. Itchg 6/23'', YOUR CREDIT might not be as bad as you: package, $9995. Call 964.3787 after 5 reference, _lIabI.. 964-4908.3/31 TF | WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Flo. Frontier .

LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING Bayle think. Need a mobile home? Call to p.m. 4tchg 6/23-7/14 ROOfiNG raw roof tear oft and .....HOMES.,...
Hwy. 1 mite off 100. Fri a Sat.:Itpd 6/23 'day. 733-8317. 4tchg 61677TRADE.TRADE.TRADE.yeur recover. Work guaranteed. Call Lamar I CROSBY LAKE cedar and stone, lakewood SID $103.000

FRI t SATURDAY, 301 South, 8 miles on used Sims.. '964-4331 onytlm Free CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft, on water $ 90,000
right. Little. of everything cancel If ,mobile home, Call 733-0294.' 4tchg REAL ESTATE ..tI.......*. 3/31 TF CROSBY LAKE CANAL 2 BR, > Ba'CHS A.from, $ 41,000

'rain. Itpd 6/23 6/16-7/7 Fleetwood OUT OF AREA EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit for I A SMALL FARM 301 N.. turn right at NE :26th 'v., end of rood.
STORAGE UNIT SALE' Sunday, 6/26 9 MOVE TO YOUR you Mon-Frl 6:30: a.m. to 6 p.m. In my 3.83 acre, fenced 3BR, I bo frame horn, 1532 .f., 2 born,
a.m.-2 p.m. Mini, Storage 'of America Doublewlde, excellent condition 3 BR horn In the city. 964-6557. Itpd 6/23 kerosene stove, ceiling Ion. 33 pecan trees $36,000
SR 121, Melrote.. Household Item and 2 boo eat-In kitchen DR. Ig LR w/FP OCALA NATIONAL: FOREST Wooded RELIABLE MOTHER OP TWO will babysit 262 S. MYRTLE ST. Horn I 2 car garage, all new Interior. CHtA
'antique. Itchg 6/23 cathedral celling fans, CHSA, all appliances lots river access, $5450 Each. No In my horn*. Reasonable rates and :3 I 8R, 1 Ba. financing available, tee to appreciate $ 30.000
YARD SALE Friday and Saturday. 5MLoua Including washer 8 dryer.and money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner references _lIab1.. Call 783-3309: I 31S N. MYRTLE ST.i Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 bo. S 43.000
St. Itchg 6/23: 2T round" pool t obove ground with 1.236-4579 or 1.622.:10138.: 1/7TF after 4pm. 3tchg 6/33-30 f CONERLY ESTATES 3/2 stone fireplace, 1800 1.f. 83,000

'GARAGE. SALE corner of Orange and (Jacuzzi, filter pump. $17,900.782.3223 NORTH. CAROLINA MOUNTAINS! Maggie CARPENTRY. WORK ,remodeling HWY. 225: :2/1 from., 3 ttall barn newly rewired. $ 33,300
Pratt St. FII Sat. Itpd 6/23: or 731 8788. Itchg 6/23 Valley Waynesvill. T acre tracts, repair, additions, and roof work of all BRICK 1 BR,IV' boo custom built on 1 ocre '$ 64.000

YARD SALE Lawtey, Friday only 9 a.m 10% down. 10 years to pay: Good type. Approx. :23 year experience.No CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club. 3000 ".f. on 3 lot
until. 3Vi mile Wet of 301 on- Hwy. roods, great view Century :31.High |lob too large or too small. I can GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 213 Bradford Dr S 38,000I
225. Itchg 623EVERYTHING : Country Realty, 7049260891. fcon soy. you money. Call anytime,
MUST GO: Saturday only : 88.298 964-7330. 6/23-7/7 I 201 ALVA.EZCOURTt 3 BR, 1 Ba, $3,000
,712 Bridge St., near city park. Furnltur LARGE MOBILE HOME SITES S3.993 'MOTHER OF ONE will care for,\your 123 NEIL CT.l 3 BR, 1 Ba, carport owner financing $ 36,000

*. toy, book,, antique, kitchenware CHIHUAHUA, to claim 'describeand terms. Near Crystal River high and children In my home Mon-Sat:, good LONGCHAMP HOME Brick, :3 BR. 1 Vi Bo well insulated $ 43,233
and more. Itpd 6/23 pay for ad 964-8937. Itpd 6/23 dry Nice term*. Central water. Agent '.rat**, near school" clan loving and BRICK 4 or E BR. 1 1900 1.f.. J' acr.. 5'I'". old Negotiable
sincere. 964-3096. Itpd 6/33: KEYSTONE: Spanish style, 4 BR. 3V4 bo :3430 ..f..,, 10 acre
JUNE J4-3SI heat pump AC, oil heater, LOST COCKER SPANIEL tan. .with blue P.O. Box :3061 Homoiassa Springs Ff .
micl,SW 14th Av*. Itchg 6/23 collar answers to Bud. Lost near Country i,IiI l 32647, 9CU-628-0001. fcon 88-301 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR. 1,, Bo,,1500 ..f., wood frame. ,
ALL KINDS OF ITEMS Saturday,June 23* Club. Reward call 964-7814 COLORADO GOLF, new offering Tom new shingle roof carpet S 50.000 .:
8-3 p.m. In front of Cunningham -964:6788..tpd.6/23( Weiskopf Design Course, 'A acre KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Spacious. quiet, country living, 3 BR, 2 bo",'Ig. FR, Ig.
'Automotive a BBQ. Brownie' & .Water. parcel on 18th fairway running COMMERCIAL PROPERTY klt/DR combo.' 2OOO ..f., CHtA, city water; 2 septic tank; ..c. condition.
St. Itpd 623MISCELLANEOUS. 'stream.:Ask. about lifetime membership RENTLEASESALEFOR Asumobl mort. $26.000 8%, pmts$223.98/mo. Sol. priced!( S 55.000
ITEMS Saturday;. 9." ,, GREAT TERMS. ;Call ,Mr Lloyd., BROOKER:3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak S/D extra. 'lot 44.000
p.m. 616 Pinewood Drive., Itchg 6/23 ,3032374778.: 88-397 MENG DAIRY RD.! 2.:23 acre, 31 I CB CHSA, so near S 40.000 '
YARD SALE Friday I Saturday air conditioner HOMES WANT TO SELL CAMPGROUND MEMBERSHIP *'. LEASE 1.000 *q. ft.. 301 South LAWTEY! 4 BR, 2 ba, :3 I story 1.acr, 100 yrs.old 5 ,$ 36.000 |
movie camera it projector| "? Well lake It. America' most aero from new KOA/Walmart. After Hour
chain link fence with 4 gate and all GOLFVIEW S/D 52.500'.q.. ft. successful campground resale clearinghouse .' 964-8848. 964-8447. or eves 473-3637.
posts' electric diesel, furnace, etc, building rot. Coll Resort ,Sales Interna 4/16 tfncha Anne Torwlllegar Nelson
Stephen Smith Lumber 7 mile South NEAR BEDFORD LAKE 1985 all elec. tional'" toll free hot line, FISH CAMP:( totally equipped tavern John Longford Matter Appral .r. 494-2291
of Starka on 301.'468-2624., Itchg 6/23 Fleetwood 3 BR, 2 Ba 4 ton CHSA, I.800- ::13-5967. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. mobile home, lakefront acreage Paulin. Randolph 64-4323
4 FAMILY YARD SALE 1226 Bradford St. Intercom & rotary antenna. 88-393 owner finance 10%. John Curies 1E: ) 964-7051
Frl t Sat. 8 to 5:30: p.m. Two KEYTONEt High Ridge Estates: 3 BR. 100 ACRES In Putnam County. Fenced United Realty of Stark,964-8447; eve Lane Londo
dow unit; 500 watt generator, 2 ba, CHSA, Fleetwood, 2 full length flowing creek, 60 pasture, 40 wooded, 473-3637. 319TF4COP j Joy Thornton IHUMMIIM 964-4223 1
microwave, utility trailer. somethingfor patios; 10 ft I high:2-car carport,chain with 2200 .f. barn stables, 3200 .f. LIQUOR LICENSE: Bradford County
everyone. "Itpd 6/23: J link fenced yard. LR, DR. fireplace.. slab,':2 septic tank, well elec., 660 for sale. Good for any r.tallllquor

Maytag washer I'dryer.. Lok.G.n..o road frontage Owner financed.. business I.e., package store' lounge; .
HOMES 904.447-3068.: 88-294 restaurant ,bar, motel, fraternal. ,
n.oby.oLAKEFRONT PROPERTY' Buildinglot CITRUS SPRINGS' 'LA.. A growing com' lodge. No food sole required. Broker* .' ,r) I" .m ;: ..'tv: : '.0'..". ':
FOR SALEFOR munltyl' 25 miles from Gulf. 73 mile, protected. Call George 813-784-4232. :! !-: '
new septic: tank approved for from Disney I Lot 80x133.: Ready to 6/16 Stpd 7/14 I Sea me at
well, power source, little Lake Santa build on. No mobile horn*. $9300. Call
SALE Owner financed. 4 BR. 2 Ba,
303 426-3221. 88 293 'fi
Fe.CR j'I TerwillegacMotors
CHA, new carpel. For Info 964 8602: 225 Near lowtey: CB S WF.,3 BR, ,

after 6pm. jmTF 1 ba CHSA. 1 ocr..
THREE BEDROOM home In town convenient STARKEi 2 BR, 1 .Ba, CHSA. ,
location close to
assumable FHA mtg.FmHA .
Nice lot with' variety of tree!. Owner HOMES several 3: BR l'/t ba. 'S] for new & used vehicles
anxlou 'Call Robert Real
Estate, 6/2 8tchg 7/21: great location to,choose, from Eligible t ,., 209 W. Madison St. s'; Stark

BRICK HOME on 1 acre lot. large fenced no down payment.; Ineligible 10% '

backyard 3 BR, 2 bo. living room den down I"UNION 964-7200
COUNTY! 135 Ac,. beautiful
with fireplace 55000. Call 964-8493 '
.or 964-3032.: :2tpd 1I623I" 2700 *.f. home;with Ig. oaks 8 pecan a t, L Eddie Starling

OWNER On 1 acre, 3 BR 2 both. trees, fish from 2 private fish ponds, ,: --
great room with fireplace, large kitchen ideal for horses S cows. *
front screen porch and back NEAR GAINESVILLE Off CR, 231. l lxM

patio, I car garage In-ground pool I wood tram 3 BR, 2 Ba, CH4A forma' '

17x37 screened breezeway nicely dining, 'family 'room sitting In'10 Want Ads Get Result.*,
landscaped Close to shopping area In acres of.planted pines. Great invest

Stark, Call after 6 p.m. or weekend. ment. ; 4' r: ;' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI
964-7737 Herbert or Ruth Norman, ,
33000. Itpd! 6/33: MATHEWS REALTY
REALTOR Susan M.Faulkner GRI, CRB. PRESIDENT : I Accelerated Realty* :

'A pencil equipped with an eraser 441 W, Madison T1fl !F {'l.1L qry; ,11
the first of its kind, was patentedby Stark., FL 32091 : I'' 964-4544' :

1858.Hyman L. Lipman of Philadelphiain (Across from Winn Dixie)"' Located Hwy.301- BlksS.SR.100. 221 W. Lafayette Street .

964-4469 *STRAWBERRY ACRES 10'ocr.) for home or mobile home.'Old septic' '< well : ,Hwy, 301 S.Starke. :

must be checked. L'Homes
._'*NW 29TH AVEl approximately 35 acre of wooded land. REDUCED. $1200 tom .

*BROOKER AREA 41 acre on Road 231 t Rood 12... Nice land some large ,

Broker trees something you could sub divlde. : S / Lots Acreage' / Waterfront: :
Thinking 130x133 lot 30x30 building, office. .
of buying or *BUSINESS IN STARKEi : /r
Farms Commercial
i NICE 19E3 PIEDMONT MH on 3Vt acres, close to Stark' 1V / .
selling? Calf usf *LARGE BRICK 4BR 2V Ba on nice lot, off .......t Rd.. '
*COUNTRY HOME on 1 S acres, 2 story 4 BR;4 Bo, varynie.. Coll I make oppt. BEDFORD LAKE 2 BR/1,BA Frame. CH A. Fireplace, Stove. RetrCarpet 8 .
964-4522 Evenings & Weekends to see. Drapes, Two Docks. )Workshop SW Mobile Horn,. lot Apx.,. 193x330: ft, .

ILI STARKE. FL c ONLY 1 YEAR OLD approx. 1 600..f.. brick veneer, 2 BR. could be convertedto Well I Septic.SAMPSON .
Patty Kay Elder. MRA LAKE Two-Story Log Horn, 3 8R/241/2BA: CH4A, Stove, Refrl1Dishwasher .
I David L. Dodge. MSA, CRAMe 3 C 243 both beautiful lot. excellent area Well -
I 3000 SF, B Septic.
Rea. 9043689I less than $1400 acre with approx. 1500' frontage on 100W.
1 *83 ACRES per
*. 881-5370 BRAND NEW 3 BR/1BA Apartment For R.nll. .
I Suzanne Kitchen* 1% ACRE Hwy. 301 N.. Zoned CG. 11000. "
GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story Block, 6400 SF, to 3.7 Ac.
C. Water* fish fenced up
Kay pond
BRICK VENEER Deerwood. community '
I Re*. 964-6312 *APPROX. 2300 S.P. located on Busy 301 ;' .
Re9646941 back yard and utility building.' t ACRES-ROOM TO ROAM r 2BR/2BA Block, Formal living-Dining Rooms
Opal DlcktonRc HWY. 225A 1 3/4 ocr. on paved rood. Owner financing. Family Room CHIA. Garage Well I Septic .

904-7333 REALTOR! :MELROSE 1 acre on Hwy. :26 ha lake privileges.. NEAR LAWTEY *,, 2BR/1BA From I.3BR/2BA: Doublewlde Llk"-New I .

Designated Appraiser* '*U.S.SOLAR approx. 6 acre. < several, .building, very' versatile. property wi Patio. 8. Corport 'CH&.... Fireplace. Well-B' Septic. ,, Owner Finance
Hwy 3255.. ing/Good Terms 6.92 Ac.
Real Estate Office
Your Full 3 BR; 1% bath blck'yen_,, fenced yard:oesumoble mtg.' CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES 3BR/3BA Block Living Dining t Family I
e Business .
for Residence e Farm Commercial Immaculate 3 BR, 2 Ba many .-
Appraisals *APPROX. 2200 SQ. FT. for only $4,900.
Room, CHA, 1416 SF, Drape I Carpet Well t Septic, large
tras. RIVER .FRONTAGE :2BR/1BA, SW/MH in bc.llenteondltlon.Well Septic; I .
A Few 0/Our Many Listings ONE OF A KIND Cedar cypress.4174 (.1., 6 yr.old wrap around porch*, 9.5 Ac; $26: .000. Land Only $23,000. .
double rock t nice stocked. fish pond with 5 or up to. 20 acre. .
fireplace pool LAURA STREET 3BRI I BA Block CH/AC Unit. Stove t .. fenced.PINEWOOO .
OWNER FINANCING! low down payment 10% Interest.3/3: CB. convenient to Call for a .showing. .; DRIVE 2BR/1 BA Block; Kitchen-Dining CantIly. Room .
hopping, school" ( churches. Over 1500 sq ft. $45.000.' *TEN ACRES beautiful land 4 wells end 2 septic Corner lot. '

.'ALMOST NEW Horn on Hampton Lak. Owner transferred Many amenjtie *2 FAMILY BUSINESSES! buy one or both. Call for detail" .- POLK STREET 3BR/1BA From., lot 30x130 Ft., 9500. .
HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre,:3300*.f., excellent water *COTTAGE ON CROSBY LAKE bring) your suitcase. everything else,I I..there. GRAND STREET 3BR/1 BA From, W.III Septic. 2 Acre*...
much more.'DEERWOODt. *NSW 3 BR. 1 'A bath on 1 acre, call for e private showing. LAWTEY AREA -3BR/1BA From, Well I Septic. 1 Acr. "" .

1 mile to Stark, quiet development with deed restrictions, over *TWO HOUSES each'with 2 BR. 1 'Bath very clean. Mat houses, on nice shaded NEAR CROSBY LAKE -3BR/1BA From. Living-Dining Room: Stove B Refrl. I .

1600 .f.. Immaculate, $85,000? lots, In low $30 ,. Porches. 100x300: Lot. W.III Septic 21900.
"14 ACRES MORE OR LESS cloie to Stark. On paved road $3,000 per ocr*. '*DOUBLEWIOEi excellent condition privacy fence In town.' LAWTEY -4BR/1BA Frame. large Living ft Dining Room. Porches Urge I .

BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 3.000 sq. ft.. Crystal Lake access, 'WATERFRONT 100 H. on.Hampton Lake. 'Lot, City Water Septic Tank, .

GREAT BUYI Stark excellent neighborhood 31i! eat-In kitchen and more, RENTALS! SELECTED PROPERTIES .
.WALDOt: Neat 1400 *.f-; 3 bedroom CHSA $34.000, *J BR HOUSE: lawtey. .
20 ACRES SW Mobil Horn, 2 Wells, Septic Tank, Planted Pines
BRICK ON MORGAN RD. 3/2, CHAA on two acre*. .* 1 BR APARTMENT Lowtey. .
48 ACRES 4 Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Terms. .
NEAT AS A PIN New roof new bathroom close to Starke. Will
10 ACRES Divide. Pecan Grove Well' B Septic. Owner Financing.
,TWO STORY Redecorated 1800 S.f'lln Stork, 39000. 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Fish Pond, Owner Financing. .
LOCATION LOCATION! In Stark. custom ham on 5 ocr**.' ':1' Call one of our Professionally' 1 ACRES Good Commercial Location on Hwy 16W.. .

Lea..-Purchase !t. Trained ..1 ACRES -, Zoned for Mobil Ham.

i NEW You pick the carpet In Stark. 3/2. CHaA.; $3.000 down $510 per mo., .SUff Today ONE-HALf ACRI Zoned for Mobil Horn. 3000. .
.NEW BRICK In Stork, 3/3. CHCA 140Q .f., $3.000 down $550/mo. FIVE ACRES HWY 301, South.
NEW COUNTRY. COLONIAL, 'A .acre, 3/2.' CH&.... dbl garage. $2.000 dn., 964-5069 LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business location, .
.. $600/mo. LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. on the lake. .

I;; LARGE BRICK HOME on'Mimosa Dr.' near hosp.2700"s.f.: CHSA and mar*. or after hours call LAKE LOTS Crosby B Sampson. Owner. Financing
: 1 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
," $3.000 down $700/mo.
REALTOR ASSOOATES-lvefllMSIrono :Northeast Section of City.IF .
Us About: .
;: Call '., L. Fowlknor. Y44-SI42
. "BUILDING LOTS, ) G.dwfn..441-2503

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MUSICAL ItiSTtUMINTSi ,... low at WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE KEYSTONE CENTER .. executive pecan RAT- Buy, ..II'end trade collectible l/t GERMAN 1HIPHARD-1/J OTTWIELII CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
$14.W per month. Call 964-6944. tfn Australian paneled office $225 month. Item and Used furniture -
European ScandinavianHigh space per antiques PUPPY Mole 2 1/2 months" All to the Union County Times office
NIWSPAPIft PLATIJ, Aluminum. School Exchange Students arriving 473-4961. S/19tfnchg glassware, jewelry and much more. shots and wormed Call 496-3326 after In writing and paid In advance
,Measures 24x36", 25 cents och. Great In August. Became a host family for ,KEYSTONI CENTER -500 sq. ft. office or.hOf' Come tee for yourself. One mile east S Itpd. 6/23 unless credit Is already establishedwith
for patching and repairs.;TELEGRAPH. American Intercultural Student Exchange $220 per ma. ,4734961. 5/19 of Keystone Heights. on, Highway 100. p.m. this office. '
135 W. Call SI. 964-6305. Call t-800-SIBLING.( fcan tfnchg ..73.2183.612 tfnchg THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

recipient with a qualifying condition HANDSOME CANADIAN 5'10' seek home w/large living room d/r bath, CARS CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
tall toll tree number (for more Informa- pretty, classy lady 30-45, jeans to silk large deck overlooking lake. Dock PEOPLE GOOD PAY OOOO THE TELEPHONE.
lon 18004454174., 88.296 type far ,serious' relationship. I'm laundry facilities available. 4732919. WJ J 2000 Pontiac 57,000 miles. BENEFITS Come In and talk with" vs. Classified deadline Is MONDAY S
ALICIA HAY: In roll under bam. Delivery widower, varied Interests, willing to 5/26 tfnchg P.M.
2000. Call after 4 p.m. 473.3139.2tchg lake Butler Apparel. 650 S.I- 2nd prior to Thursday publication
available. Arthur Go.kln.1, 7823727. relocate' photo phone Send replies to ,ON LAKE GENEVA Nice mobile home, 2 619.16' Street, Lake Butler .496-3601 rln/chg i(Minimum charge ,Is 15 words (for$3.50,
5/26TF the, Brodenton Herald 102 Manatee BR, 1 V4 BA, carpeted L/R. Nice shadedlot '$' FORD RANGER XLT 4 cylinder 1/21 then IS cents for each word thereafter
U-PICK Blueberries and blockberrlef.. Ave., W., Brodenton Ft 34205, Box dock A laundry facilities. 4732919. speed two-tone. Excellent" condition. GET PAID for reading books, $10000

Lou-Ann Aialeo and Blueberry Farm. 2491. 88-289 5/21tfnchg $7395, 475-3391. 3tpd 6/9-23 per title. Write: PASE.E710, 161 S, Lin-
corner of 24th Av. and Fortyth Rd. LIVING WILL Death with Dignity. Don't 1 BR COTTAGE near library: Furnished colnwoy\ N. AuroreIK' ,605 2, 6/16 BOATS'
Open Tuesday-Saturday. 7:30: a.m. to burden your family I Protect your AC lake privileges. $240 month. '4tpd. 7/7
6:30 p.m. 9647109. "!chg 6/2-22 estate II terminally III. Living will and 473-4961. 6/2 tfnchg EASY WORK) Excellent pay! Assemble
B1UEBERRIU FOR SALIi Longneckert State Law One set $4, twa for $6. $ BR DOUBLEWIOR stove, fridge, products at home. Call for information: IW .IT" SLINGSHOT BASS BOAT 1987
Farm. U-plck or picked on order. Open' DMCO P O. Box 4145, Plant City, Fl. fireplace 4 curtain. Twin lake Road. NEW GENEVA SPRINGS Condo. 2 BR. 2 1(104)641-8003( ) Ext. A-8401 Itpd. 6/33 150 mag Marino motor, 1988 665 Motor
Mon.Thuroday 8-,. Friday 6 Saturday 34289. 88-290 $373 mo. plus deposit 473-4832 or BA LR. DR, utility room fully equipped guide Trolling motor, Classic 1987 driveon
'86. Closed Sunday. Tak. SR 26 2 mil.. 473-7986. 4tpd 6/9.30 kitchen AC garage. 475-2052 until 1 1 WATKINS DEALERS WANTED to sell trailer. Hot foot-depth finder temp
East of 301. '.7 mile North on CR 1469. l ON LAKE GENEVA 2 BR, 1% BA, family p.m. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 full .. gauge, SS prop. $13.500. Call 4963450.Hod .
or part-time.
famous products
form: 468-2483. Home: 475-1151 or BUSINESS room, beautiful hardwood floor In GENEVA LAKE ESTATES 3 BR. 2 SA. 2 6/23.
boss, Call 782 3068 Lowtey.4tpd
4732702. 8tchg 6/9-7/28' OPPORTUNITIES large LR/DR. Stove B refrigerator furnished car, garage, screened porch large your own -
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT ,. laundry I dock facilities. Im wooded fenced lot, central heal ft air, 6/2-23

wa.h..*. dryer, Ice and Ice cream maculate. 4732919. 6/9 tfnchg 72000. Melrose 475-3353 anytime. .' """" HOMES FOR SALE
freeiers. ,each.In coaler, etc Stark 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES Sunal' MOBILE HOME 2 BR, !1"'h BA, large kitchen Open hou... Itpd 6/23 FOR RENT
KOA Campground, 964-8484. 6/9 Blchg WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest and living area Clean private, BY OWNER Keystone Club' Estates, 3 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 TU
' Passive BR. 2 BA. concrete block with centralair
7/28 Exerciser Call for FREE color 'convenient. $300 per month, S3OO
BLUEBERRIES Upick50 pound. W. Catalogue.; Save to 50%. security deposit. W.B. Stanley heat.,Wooded lot, utility shed CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely 'lure repair Repossessions). Delinquent: Call 1(805)687-6000 tav( )property.
80 Call Dana 18002286292. 88,300 with power t many extras, $39.500. central and I
pick S pound. Reddlth 473-4161. 2tchg 6/16-23 fished all electric, heat Ext. GH-1136 for current, repo /list. 6/2
473-2513. 6/23-7/14
964-8414 2tpd 6/23.30 MOBILE HOME, PARK on Grlffl 'Loop. 2 BR,'1% BA TOWNHOUSE with, stove, 4tchg air, private paved ,road laundry and 8tpd. 7/21 ,
INVENTORY CLEARANCE METAL Acreage for more mobile home. refrigerator, dishwasher furnished.WD park playground. Near schools, notp., .
BUILDINGS 30x40x1214,650; 30x50x14, 38000.Call after 5:30 p.m., 964-8470,. hookup In attached garage near FOR SALE state facilities, PANES SR-121 east Lake
$5.750; 40x60x12 $7,495; 50x100x14 964.8705. TF school. 473-3681. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 Butler. Call 4962366. Two children ,MISCELLANEOUS'
$13,995; Multl-purpoie application, $150 GROSS PART-TIME Handling GENEVA LAKE ESTATES lease or sale 'KING SIZE water bed padded frame 'max.. and no pets chg/tfn 5/21 ,
retail storage, equipment. All sizes, Hormel Campbell food product No with option 3 BR 2 BA 2 car garage, and headboard, $125. 473-4611.' Itchg' TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Unfur!
available. Quality product.'PIONEER selling., Service commercial accounts. CH ft air, fenced yard. ,extra $575 6/23 nished. Central heat and air. In OPENING SOON
BUILDINGS 512-389-3664.88.288 National census show gross $3.400 per mo/$72.000. Melrote 475-3353 NEW AUTOMATIC free arm left"In layawoy residential area. $180. a montti/$100 "My Little Playhouse"1All
BLUEBERRIES FOR SALE: U-plck or picked, month. You need $16.000 cash. Call anytime Open house tpd 6/23 never used. Orlg.$689 balance security deposit Call 4963432ltpd.I Ages .
on order. Joe Faulk Grlffl Loop 1-80O-327-6826.;' ext. 721. 88-291 ,CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH. $219 or payment $28 month. 25 year) 6/23 _>(/, Owned and operated by. ; Jana
9645678. Open Mon-Sot., 7:30 BEST ONE MAN BUSINESS Immediatecash new cental A/C fenced lake guarantee, will deliver. 473.7862.6/23 ,(Flllyowl MayerFor
G.m..6:30 p.m. 3tpd 6/16-30 return low overhead, easy startup 'privilege, carport utility, screened ,tfnchg YARD SALE Information about:
Hour fees location, call
etc., please
DUNI BUGGY' FOR SALE, rail model minimum Investment. Full or part- porch. Call 1-904-473-4221 or SINGER ATHENA 2000 -auto free arm. 4963262licansure

1600 dual port engine. $900. S. Sheppard time. Financing available. Local dealerassistance 1-904-388-6109. 2tpd 6/23.30 Orlg. $789 balance $199 or payment MOVING SALE Friday and' Saturday ( Is pending)'
4682071. 2tpd 6/16-23 1-800-255-5725. $28 month with good established
.t',5009. June 24-25. Sam, to 6 p.m. Behind 6/16 2tpd. 6/23
SEWING MACHINE CABINET for Singer 88.304INCOME MOBILE HOMES credit. Free home trial Guaranteed. 6,3
SftS. Follow Signs Itpd
moch'ne 44" wide, 40" deep when DISCOVERY PHD Scientist 473.7862.6/23 tfnchg (
open ((20" d..p when closed). 1 mail ,reveals high Income discoveries HIDE-A-BED sofa, chair and ottoman FOR SALE
drawer. Great cutting tablet Light for anyone can use lo achieve wealth. 9 BR :2 BA mobile home, 12X70 on 1 $125; swivel'rocker' $10. LAND FOR SALE
mica flrlsh. $100. 782-3660 leave Free fact. F 6 C, Dept T-16, P.O. Box acre land pave road 214. $1500 down 4752392. 2tchg 6/23-30 '
5491, Gainesville Fl. $275 month. 475-5675 after 6 p.m. 2tpd STORAGE HOUSES) Need extra storagespace
32602. '
message. TFjm 4tpc 160 farm,
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SEVERAL ITEMS, 74 Ford 1 ton AT, PS 12' 6/23-7/14 6/23-30 low ? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
ITEMS WANTED would'mak. nice horse farm
8 ROOMS B BATH k 18X30 living room. 2 warehouses; Hale and ,Associate
.stake $1650; 77 Lincoln Town Cars OPPORTUNITY for ./Imotlvotedbu.ln. 'down ., owner financed. Ap
$12OO; 71 Dodg. window van; Gov'f ... woman $5,000 to own very air conditioners, gas heat S large wood payment road 2 '496,3939. Hnchra., 1/7 .
1/2 paved
Korea acre
PAID WWI. prox.
heater On 120'(120' lot. High Ridge REFRIGERATOR freezer washer,, dryer
ambulance S500. Forklifts:' profitable window business'
V8 AT ; covering home SR18 Hole ,
bedroom mobile on
Corner of Bodlne 4 Skidmore.. ..Vietnam German American '
Estates. and window'air conditioner; 'Call;
,Yale 8000 Ib. $3000 6000 lb.. Will train. Call 3771248.
; Hyster 4tchg and 4963939. tfn/chg'
swords, medals, daggers, Associates.
sell settle estate. Call Japanese ,
Must to ? 496-2090 6/23 2tchg:6/30'..
S3OOO,' sale or rent. Rick, 9645184.Itpd 6/23-7/14 ., ,
,.. books I
..73.3035..Hpd 6/23 uniforms, h.II".II'1 patches, KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER like new.
6/23 fish pond '
large ,
postcards; flag.,.' posters, (W,A.C. CARS/TRUCKS, S2OO. Cost new $900. Call 496-1331 or
:STEEL BUILDINGS) 40x75x12 '$3.43 ft;, two septic tanks already Installed Hwy clothing). Dominic ).800.451.3832.21pd 6/23
301 3 miles South of Starke. Ideal HELP. WANTEDCOOKS
Investment -, '
ft $3.32 ft
.40x100x14 S3 39 ; 50x100x16 ; 6/16-23
Owner financed.
property ,
60x100x14 S3.05 ft; 70x100x14 $2.90 H;
NEEDED Experienced. Apply 'In Good condition $900 Call 752 9325. I In
100x100x12 $2.76'' If Allied Steel :468-1551 or 68'115O.,2tpd 6/16-23 ,
1-800-635-414I. 4tpd, 6/16-7/7; person ask for Paul. Buddy Lakefront WORK WANTED ,. Providence.! 6/23 Itpd. "
Restaurant 468-2080 Itchg 6/23
SEARS AC) 12.500 BTU almost new. Call
964-4310 2tchg 6/16-23 SCHOOLSUNITED )
FILE CABINETS 3. 4 S 9 drawer, 2 each YARD SALES PETS Some people once believed crocodiles could catch their victims by the
antique type gloss display cabinet TRAVEL" SCHOOLS reserva-' shadowW&8&8: '
,need some gloss and other Used tlonist, travel' agents, ticket agents,' OFF SR 21 acres from Griffin' lodge. FREE r Half Golden Retriever puppies
'door and window.' Lumber some, live computer 'training;, placement, Look for sign. Saturday and Sunday.' Will be ready for O loving home soon

working new; other and building metal supplies equipment, wood., 3'., assistance respondence/resident financial aid available training., cor Ac.. PATIO Must get SALE rid.2 of day everything.. Frl. I Sot.Itchg, June 6/23 24 '.73.3756.Make your 6/16 choice tfnchg early. Call today, ; : :: : =:: ::: ;:::f'rf1retie:::::: ::: ::::;:: :r:;::{:{:ti::::::::::::::::::v.rr.aWainwright::: : :;:;::::: : :: : : :::: :::::::::: ::::: :::: ; :

metal band saws, carts float. dollies credited Member NHSC. toll free 8 25. Free coffee. 7480 lokeview St.,' AMERICAN PIT BULL terrier puppies
and rocks on castor Ricks, 964-3184. 18007822480. Headquarters, Clearwater north of football stadium off Pecan. Born 5-16-88. Black ft Whites :x Producer jjjj
Itpd 6/23 Fl. 88-302 ,Itpd 6/23 I, $100-$!50. 473-7210. 2tpd 6/23.30 .
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER side by side UNITED TRUCK MASTER,' truck'driver' FRI. B SAT. + 24 25, 9 til) 6, White Sands ,FREE affectionate kittens. Call after 2''
approx. 18 cu. ft. old but good $100; training DOT certification lob placement lake C352. Go 2 miles paved road. ''p.m. 475-3176. 2tchg 6/23-30 r 'Two Locations to Serve You :::: "
also countertop electric range 29"x21" assistance, financial old 5.9,.1 n'..iy\0fiy\ II.lI">Alsp.clenriPon, : ROTTWEILER PUPS for sale. AKC hand :
!Roper $75. 964.2372."chg" 6/23, ,available, correspondenceresidenttraining. tioc:.fh-wevllle 4door,, ,.e (cui. jtpcToMNOTICE ) raised excellent blood lines., Five us 301 N. SR16EI
SEARS CLOTHES DRYERj $100" call Accredited member NHSC.. females, $300 and up. 473-7685. 2tpd r I At the Farmer's Market At the Farm 2 ML E : .
964-21 17. 6/23 3t 7/7 Headquarters ,6/23-30
Call toll free 18003463112.
WASHING MACHINES, $50 each, heavy Cleorwater Fl. 88.303 '. Home Grown Vegetables Ample Parking Space ::::

duty from laundromat. Call 964-7741 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. PLANTS FOR SALE o No-Walt, Check-Out 0 WE ACCEPT FOOD 'STAMPS :.:::.
6/23 4tchg 714REFRIGERATOR milled to the Lake Region Monitor office
) Coppertone side-by. 'In writing and paid In advance PLANTS FOR SALE Special l boxwood 25 Great for Fresh Picked ::;j
side' 20 cu. ft.,'with Icemaker, $250 LAND FOR SALELOT unless credit I I. already established cents and up. Gardenias ft HydrongasIn Cooking or :lr :
080. 9647864. Itpd 6/23 with this office.MONITOR bloom also Azaleas ft other shrubs. Daily ::
CORN) PEAS White silver queen STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4 mi. south of light in Melrose on SR21, SnackingBLUEBERRIES : :
yellow Com, peos. Morgan Rd S Hwy. IN CITY $6.000. App. for modular RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 475.2870. 2tchg 6/16-23 Vegetables ;rf : .
16, 964-6521. Itpd 6/23 home. Call 9645764; after 5, call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER f
UTILITY SHED 9x14, $300. 312 Clark St.. 964.5251.3107 tfn THE TELEPHONE. LOST R FOUND L, Fresh 'Fruits :j

behind Tenneco. France ,Muse, "Itpd PLEASANT GROVE AREAl off Rd. 16 Classified deadline Is 11:.00 a.m. Prior .. :::::
6/23 West. 129 half cleared with 2 BR ,
acre to Thursday publication. MEDIUM sized white
ORANGE cat Delicious f
TREATED LUMBER 2x6x10 $3.35; 2x6x12 'mobile home used as rentaMany Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50. feet's bib spayed short :
$...65, 2x6x20 $10.26; All sizes lumber, choice*' for use. Farming animals, then 15 cents for each word thereafter. stomach '
hair Answers to Pumpkin.4mmowleeRoad. \
treated Stephen and Smith not Lumber treated., 7 miles 4682624.Southof chicken houses, or ,just trailer a home park with housingsubdivision a big Vt mile from SRI00. $25 r.ward'l We sincerely thank each and GeorgiaPEACHES, :::

Stark on, 301. Itchg 6/23, ,yard. Asking $29.000. Negotiable, 4732575. 2tchg 6/16-23 .;r:: .every one for their continued :::: '

IBM ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER) older model,' 964-6303 day, or 964-8970 and PERSONAL SERVICES LAND FOR SALE f:; patronage and friendship
'964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12TF ,
all metal parts, not plastic. Good condition >>

works greatl $150.. ..782-3660, MOBILE Hwy 100-A.HOME Starke.PARK, Have on Grlffl 4 unit Loop and PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile ,COMPLETELY, REBUILT doublewide and'' ..f OPEN 8:30 AM TIL 6:00 PM .. rr" )II i

leave message. TFm| acreage for more mobile homes. estimate homes, pool Call, decks Rob sidewalks.4733590.., Free 5/5 land Keystone area. $29,900 tome ::-::::::::;?rr'::::?:{::::::::'-::: ..&: :{::;:::::f:::::f::::::}::fr$::rr: .::::.-;{::::f: :}:;.:-.::::::::::},{:::}{:?:::{:::}re.r: : ?:
'964-8970 473-9090' or 4737237.;
38000. Call 964- 3O$ days; owner financing.
NOTICE 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12 TF tfnchg Ask for Judy.,4tchg 6/23-7/14 ,
LAWNS MOWED ;"\ $8 lawn
160 ft. average
LOT IN HAMPTON 2 septic tanks
crystal clear well, 55' 2 BR trailer with ,Some lightly higher. 473-4055 4tchg 't
screened porch. 22x24 or
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN I garage.large 10000., Call 782.3768 eves.)' BABY. SITTING '-, Odd job.. 473-4OS5. THOMAS E. LEE CONSTRUCTION
'CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 2tpd 6/16-23 4tchg 6/2-23
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY,," Free estimates In Keystone and Starke Offlca-964-2852 Home4311675lllUSSMM

NOON prior to Thursday publication. R.V.s, CAMPERS, area. 964-2281.21chg 6/16-23 i ;
Classified display deadline 'Is TUESDAY TRAILERS ,WILL BABYSIT In my home. Daytime or
5:00: P.M. Special Classified display TRAVEL evening hours; Reference available., The albatross has the greatest wingspread .pddttoao11n9.Roll :
placement I. NOT Guaranteed. 4733732. 3tchg 6/16-30 of bird-11 feet from tip
Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS AIRSTREAM, 1973. 25 ft.,' air, awning CARPENTRY roofing addition decks, to tip. any a Potntln9.Roos
I word for $3.50. th.n 15 cents for ,stereo like new Interior*' original painting. Quality work. Reasonable e
each.word thereafter.T.H.E. owner. Stored under cover, $5700. rate*. No |lob too big or small' Call. .
782.3360. Itpd 6/23 Keith 73-90'96.6116' tfnchg

1S. J HOME IMPROVEMENT repair,. additions .ttoonW i
or complete building.' 30 year h .stew Homes
experience' serving Bradford and Clay z
Counties. 473.4018.5/28 tin ,
Apartments ,
Help Wonf.dELECTRICIAN FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? TRAII- ;;> 10% Off '
E Brownlee ;St. House out of level?? LaRue leveling ,VA
service for all your foundation, repairs" June R July. Low
2 & 3 BR'sAvailable electrician Position now open 473-7721. tfnchg ,/ No Down Clo'lng'
at Fla.' National Guard training SECRETARY h.
t 4\k ,
: ', ,
Ute at Camp Blandmg. r SEC/RECEPTIONIST Payment COlt '
Offers unique benefits for
Low Income qualified electrician to perform MAIDINTIME964658O
1 facility maintenance. Call the Start locally, full ,time/part 1I
Housing Facility Engineer for detail. I time Learn i ward processing ] ...

(9045333508. Position Closes.. 30 [ and related secretarial skills. I ,
964-7133, fgf June 1988. Home study and resident train t HANOI-HOUSE PORTABLE BUILDINGS
ing. National headquarters
!EQUAL! HOUSING. I Ppmpono ( pch..Fl.e : NO DOWN PAYMENTGood

drII- -ii- I r .PMANCUt MO MMLMU.JMrUstSMOffMSamNCC' Selection Choose From'

1-800432-3004 We also have C&C Mini-Storage Facilities l

David Lawson Paint & Bofly Shop TMHUUCHOQI. .11 Hwy 301 .South o I''

;A Division Of :
Insurance ,, [ Ifl r'A'IT : -Fr -i* Estimates A.C.T.Corp. ,

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Wood Products Inc. 1 sale ALL TYPES r SPECIALISTS ,
Service .
I"-. ....., full-fkw./patrf-Nrwe AUTO Cars Truck a Trector
Bark ,
Cypress Mulch and* Pine Trite es Eve .....e,jNIIp...."". New fIoIIuIII
I'OII ALL voum
He.,.. 54Ykeeclel ,Julal ..., ,HaADQUArmts' HUM REPAIRS! CLEAN REPAIR e FtECOfttSTARKE .
P e/d ............. Aim>Am CONDITIONING \
''You Pickup or W. D.|,v.r r
Also Have ........... I..-..Wrhre. I RADIATOR &: TRANSMISSION INC.M1l \
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Red Heart Cypress'lumber' A.C., T,-.'nAV":..ICHOOI.11IO4I2. u 8-5 964-6810 em-

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Jobs Program Still

Starke ,Classified/ / Ads Forces

Get Results 1- Being Offered Here '.

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Applications are still being accepted desires, alter he learns the training
FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP WANTED in Starke: for a unique Job provided, training provided under

"- training program,which reimourse' 'that particular businesses' own
an employer 50 percent of a trainee system.
NEWLY OICORATEDs everything furithd ( ''In OMNI CREATIONS Join an
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE Waldo expanding One of the things businesses who
." laundry focllltlet Included. Vld.o stove, refrig.}fenced yard $225 month multi-million dollar jewelry company. pay.
The allows to have participated in the program so
room available, Will accept en. child, deposit required no pet*. 468-1509 Earn $200-3600 a month extra Income. PI7rAnn. program
hire a him to far about the is the -
like program
.no pet. Polmi Apt*., 2313 N. Temple after 6 p.m. Itpd 6/23 Part time and full time position do'/lve training and "red
Ave Storke 32OT1 10/29 TF 2 BEDROOM HOUSI In' Starke, stove, avail obi.. No Investment. Flexible' l the the employer amount of paperwork
ADULT! PARK Clean :2 I BR mobile home. refrig I'sit bath. convenient to (hopping fours, call 389-4' :3t.; 2tpd 6/16-23 half of hIS salary each week tape" which are kept to a minimum
'/> mile from city, Nice neighborhood $250 "month deposit required. IXPIIIINCID SEWING MACHINE .i The benefits of the program are by regional offices in an attempt to
468.1323. 10/8TF 468.1509 after 6 p.m. No pet. Itpd 6/23 OPERATOR _nted. Mutt be Capableof i" obvious The _employer gets a streamline the process as much as
FURNISHED ROOM with air, oil utilities, LARGE BR, 2 bath "mobile home In good training new hires an variety of |obt. worker at half the price, and the possible. ,
paid from J37.50 pe> w..k. location. $375 month, $100 depotit. Excellent opportunity far enthurlattlc employee gets valuable on-tne-joo 'the benefits to the employees are
MAGNOLIA HOtEL Walnut,$t. by P6tt 964.8704.' Itchg 6/23, Individual to earn great pay and training with real work experience. that they get to enter the workforce
Office., ,TF THREE BEDROOM 1'/. bath CB home In benefit. Apply In person at Vogue .James McCormick: / : The program was started Dy the and begin training for an
MOSIIE.HOMES. 2 BR. t BATH WITH AC, city! limits close to Soulhtlde Elementary Mfg., 710 S. Water St.. SR 100E, Stark. North Florida Private Industry, economically more beneficial Job
COVERED PATIOS 1 MILE TO $375 month (first and lost, Itchg 623COUPII Council and will be administered in than the one they had before, and
DOWNTOWN STARKE 964-7498 964.5423 day. 468.2870 night. 6/23 NEEDED ,JULY 1l for year Ami McCormick Bradford and Union Counties from become setf-suffcient as tney earn
4/I4TF 8tehg8/11 around, fwll-tlme, 'employment. the Job Service office in Lake City their salaries.
'IN| TOWN; clean: :2 I BR haute on thoded mature, hard-working. Salary paid Completes Basic Local and area members of the program The program also features screen-
lot, CHA. carpet. Prefer qul.t ,workIng CO'S CHECK ,US' OUT 'Cleanrental. vocation. Apply In person only 8 this include Chairman
in area ed referrals which employers give
adult No pet*. For appt. to view, home ,tailored to your pay schedule. e.m.-2:30: p.m., Mon-Frl. Stork. I fomiinson. of theFlorida' the Job Service a list ol their specific
964 6680 after, 3pm. $235 month Private park,,laundry and .
call playground.PINES 301 South. 6/23TF or Mary L. McCormick of Keystone
plus security depotlt Firm,5/5TF, SR12I, |lust, south of SO 100 In EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSERS NEEDED; Heights has graduated from Air : ,First National Bank in needs, solving many hmng problems
APARTMENTS taking ,Lake Butler. Call ..96.2366. Starke; and member Richard Hires, and saving valuable time
(.PINE FOREST ) now tfn/chg. Betty Trim Wove,, 1252.(;, South Force' Basic training at ,Lackland
Production for Owens- The will
lor 2 and 3 bedroomnpartm.nts Manager spent in interviews. service
applications Walnut St.:Hwy 301, Starke. 964-4090, ,
and $215. Air Force Base Texas. Illinois, Inc., of Lake Butler. screen and interview applicants for
starting at SI95 mutt apply In p.r...... Itpd 6/23 1984 graduate of
cobl. He is a According to spokesmen for the each in the and
kitchen employer program
ready IS30 W. Madison St., 964.6312. Interviewing for RE Attaclatet. For Gainesville Academy, program the goal is to train refer only those individuals who
Man.Frl., 9.5 p,m. Equal 'Housing' .Opportunity. more Information or a confidential in. economically disadvantaged per meet the employer's standards forOnrueJob
5/19 TF L HIRING I Government job, your area tervlew, pleote' call Dean Weaver sons and place them in the job training
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKI ,*,now'' SIS,000 lo $68.000. Call 602.838-8885. 4737653. Itchg 6/23 market. The program sends the The bottom line for every business
,taking, application for 1 1 2 bedroom, ext 3493 6/16 3tpd 6/30 employer a 'motivated' job-ready" of course, is the bottom line, and the
apartment $W and $219 month, EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble .r employee with an interest in the program can save businesses moneyin
CHJ.A. fully equipped kitchen: cable product ot home.Call for Information. .
'. ........#.......... business chosen and reimburse three ways l by reimbursing
5/26TF .
ready. 964 729J or 964-4214 5O4 641 8003, "'. A-9579. 4tpd them 50 percent of their pay for the, employers 50 percent of the training
month" 6/16'7/7
FURNISHED 2 BR trailer $240 timz and cutting ,
spent in training. coats Handling paperwork
plus d.positno pet*. 964.704?. 2tcrjg 'FOOD SERVICE full and part-time, cook, The success of the program in this expensive red tape to a
waitre available Carol Covell
6116.23 cl.aning position Pfc. i area, according to the spokesman, minimum and recruiting, screening
HOUSE for "rent, 390, for S33 20SO.:
FOUR BEDROOM Colt appt. Camp -
Completes Course ,depends to a large extent on community and retemng only those applicants
Cherry St. $3SO/month. $125 lecurltyl 3/26 Blchg 7/14 '
.-Sat. 10.6 ; Leave' RESIDENT MANAGER involvement and private sector who meet the employer's standards
Wilt how Thur p.m mature couple Army Reserve l'vt.1st Class Carol:
involvement. There is no limit to at no cost to them.
6/23, wanted for 44-unit rental inStarke
mettage on door |lpd property 'J.fUiodenot .
JUST REMODELED on. b.drooTapart. Aptrmanagement experience S. Coven, daughter Kathy Covell the variety of jobs in the program The program traces its beginnings
and Darl A.
ment In town. Call 964.8588. 533.2416 beneficial, maintenance experience Starke, and no company is too small or too to 198J; when the program was initiated ,
after 5 p.m. 2tchg 6116.23 required! Mutt b. bondable, no- pet*. ''of StoctUon,'C llf., has completed an large to participate. under the state's Job Training
3 BEDROOM I bath haute, )\u. painted Salary plus 'apartment and utilitle Army personnel records specialist The North Florida Central Service Partnership Act, creating a
'Inside dnd ou-. no pet. t year '.0... Send,reume to Heritage Villa of Palm course at ...t. Jackson, S.C. Delivery area to be served by the job cooperative effort between the
Avail July 1. $325 ,a month plus Coasf P:.O. Box 10293 Clearwater. She is a IW graduate ol Kruillni training program includes Union public and private sectors of a type'
depotlt THREE BEDROOM 2 bath,.nice '34617 Equal Opportunity Employer Hign Scnool. Bradford. Alachua, Columbia which had never /been: attempted
large houte on Crystal Lake has S/26TF .Travis Knight Hamilton Suwannee Madison, ,before.
storage room plus'boat ramp. 1 yr.. REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call Taylor Lafayette, Dixie and formerly, private business had
,,1.0.. Avail. July 1. $4SO/month plus 1'.755-4040, North Flo, Real. Estate Col. Amn. Travis Knight Gilchrist counties. only a limited role in establishing
depotit William D.. Tiffin lIc. Real lege. 7<30TF Completes Basic The Pnvate Industry Council's Job policy for government-financed Job
Estate Broke 4-SO5.. 1lchg6/23 STABLE REAL ESTATE FIRM seeking experienced training programs are designed to training programs knowledge they'
,OFFICE FOR RENT 664 N. Temple.Ave. licensee to manage full *er DURRANCE Airman 1st Class Travis ,G.' be a partnership between the public ,were probably in a better position to
utilities furnlthed.. ,$350., 964 7061' ,vies' :real .stale company In Starke. R. V. Knight son ol Edward:: G. Knight of and pnvate sectors are locally know and understand than many of
2tchg 6/1623 : i"Parson elected will have full reipon-- '..ake Butler and Sharon D, Strother designed to meet the individual: the people who ran those. agencies
92 N, TEMPLE AVENUE: 964 5193. Four bUlly 'of hiring'and training new PUMP & SUPPLY ,ol Jacksonville, has graduated from needs of businessmen. The 50 per- themselves ,
house for r.nt furnlthed Preferone 'licensee., Non-competing '
room management Air Force Basic at Now that changed.
training cent payback on the employees has
person 'o' couple. 'If have '; graduated commission, referral Air Force Base Texas.: and small "'
1-acKland wages .is a' valuable economic Employers, both large ,
reference deposit be paid by netwprk, great opportunity. For confidential *
month Itpd 6/23 fan interview call "'collect,, Well Drilling lie isa, 19B7 graduate of Union benefit for the employer;' who effectively now have a forum to voice their

STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT:'Approx, BOO 905282551 ,ask far Sharon.., 4tchg "Bounty High School in Lake Butler! gets a worker for ,half the views on training and employment
ft. Call for Information.. 473.3034.,llchg 6/2.23 Rotary 2" to ,6" ,price, then can retain him if he so. issues,
6/23 GENERAL FREIGHT HAULINGi Commeri. Amn. Stephen' Walker
STATE EMPLOYEES: need home closet; Clal Transport needs owner/operator .
your work? W. ,have .clean mobile,) If you need training we will train you., \\ Pumps Graduates AF'Basie. ;

home. available. 468-1323. 10.8 TF You will operate your own tractor If Airman 1st ,Class L. FOR SALE IU;..
WALDO VILlASi unfurnlihed. 2 BR 'you';'don'I hove one Commercial ,All "" Stephen _. ..
Walker son of Altamease C. Walker
townhouse, carpet CHS A, 468-1971. Transport offer a purchase progrum : Brooker, Air : Fill Dirt, Top Soil
has from
ot graduated
3/10 TF of the bett In the
Equal Hauling Opportunity! that we think I I. one _
'FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utllitiet Industry: If you are 21 or over and think Force l basic training at Lackland. Air.
paid. From $37.50 weekly."Magnolia you may qualify, call for a complete' Force Base Texas. Large or Small Loads of Limerock r
Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Office, TF formation package Call weekday-1 0 He is a t 1985 graduate of Buchholz
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking 'opiplication Toll' 'Fr..' 1.800.3..8.21., ask fpr High School in GamesltUe.Pl'e.'ttusseUm'ith( ,Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
for 1 A 2 bedroom apart ;operator 97.Commercial Transport I I.a '
mints CHSA. fully, equipped kitchen, ,division of northAmerlcan VanLlnet, a 964.618296458239646095
'dropet,<782.3531. New Manager. Equal Norfolk Southern Corporation tubtidlary. VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ,
Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF 88299APARTMENT! .
For Your Plumbing Parts
FOR RENT 4 BR..2 Ba CHSA;" unfurnish MANAGEMENT ..Arrives W* GermanyArmy p .
ed. $300 Call 964.8602 after 6 p;m, TF Husband/wife learn for maintenance
THREE BEDROOM. 'i2 bath doublewlde and leasing duties; Apartment salary 964-7061 I'vt 1st Class Russell D.D.
mobile home, CHI A, 'large lot In cou,;. plus benefit No p.ts. Send retume to Smith son ot Sarah and Lester Willingnani MPs.Made
o try. .68.1323. 6/9TF 'Condor Corp.. 5OOON.W 27thtCourt. 864 N. Temple Avtj.,, Stork* ol 'Stance, has arrived tore' St
,THREE BEDROOM. 1'4 bath clean, close SUit. E, Gainesville 32606. 3tchg 6/9.23 ,duty in West Germany. RUBBER
to prlton. Call 468.1323.,6/9TF .NEED SOMEONE TO HELP RESTORE old &'Weekends smitn ib a track vehicle mechanic
'14.$4 MOBILE HOME 2/1 on nice triad- farm house interior: carpentry, plumbIng Nights witn me 8tn Inlantry Division He is
ed. lot near Klngtley Lake. S3OQ per ,electrical a little bit of everything. 964-7578 a I9H& graduate ot Bradtord High
month. Call 362-1773 after 6 p.m.' Itpd,. 'In lawtey, Call .1680.'Ja.' after 6 School. ,
6/23 p.m. ttpd 6/23 CLOSE-
:3 BR HOUSE for rent1331: Standing, St. CARLA SANDWICH 51'401'1'1part.tlm.: .
964-4799 2t ONE BEDROOM ,efficiency apartment '21. year ot older,. $3.35 per hour, no' CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY INC. ToOrder OUT
w'n'opplsanc.s, $40 p.r week, No: calls 11 am. and 1 p.m. ,
children or pet*. 964-8498. Itpd 6/23\ 964.40SO. 2tpd 6/23-30 '
FURNISHED I BR apartment: clean; GOVERNMENT JOBS* $18,037 to$69,405. ,
l quiet adult only.830 N. Temple Ave., Immediate hiring I Your'! Call
Houck Apt.. 64-2358.2tchg 6/23.30: '(refundable) 1\.518-459-3611, ext. F-377 Auto Business

.:t ,FOR SALE OR RENT 3 BR, 2 bath lor Federal list 24 Hrt.,3tpd 623117l e Jlome 1 Life ALSO: name tags for nurs< S
Bedford Lake
1. doublewide on t acre-on l WELL DRILLER WANTED: apply at Our ,
with lot of extra: $400. monthly. : ranee Well Drilling. 864 N. Temple Mobile Home, .lIeaIlh
964-6945 or 964.8076, Itpd 6/23 .Ave. Starke. 2tchg 6/16-23 waitresses or anyone who needsa
cellent thape, Immediate occupancy, today for an Interview and receive a ERVING BRADFORD COUNTY FOIL OVER 50 YEARS .
,$255 month..Call.964.4636, Itpd 6/23 free gift. ,Romano 782-3068..2tchg name tag.
6/16-23 131 S. WALNUT ST. 964-5070 STARKE

County" Line Nursery ..- '
Business Card
& Landscape NOW LEASING ,

,Owned & Operated by David,Woinwright I 964-63O6 I I2M !
Mile East) pf Storke on SR 1A I Forest Park, ApartmentsAn Special

Complete) Landscaping & Design .
apartment complex designed for moderate .,,::}.: Raised Letters
e Plant Sales" Cypress Mulch, ; : :' "
Income families. No rental assistance available. .
': ..\ "
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& Installation 'f" :
Irrigation Design Attractive&2 BR/1 B Apts.. t range; refrigerator I t ..:; ttf: :.: '1':. L'::"" 1000 only -

Sodding, ,Sprigging & Seeding carpet cent heat & air, patio and laundry.. Free .,. !) ,". :;r' ":. 1 .

". water, sewer & garbage; Rent $185..i $220 '< *< I' .:':' $ / Q ? '
minimum.! ; For Information/application: .i. 7 black ink i

NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS @. Forest Park Apartments 715 ME 1st Street,

((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O.
e House and 1 acre located on 4-lane!; hwy. Small,but liveable.. u _

2450000.( Pay 53XXX.OQ: ) down assume loan OFFICE MACHINE

''f' e 1 acre of land trout stream 4-lane hwy. Frontage dandy bldg., LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow ,

+" site. 1250000. Pay$2500 down. .
\ '
e House 3 bedr omr 2 acres l largo stream I in froht yard. Lovely taking applications for t-2-3-4 bedroom units..These all'- the

setting.2'slorage bldgs. ready to move into, $55.000.00. Pay Uctric units arc spacious with tots of closet space and all have Rentals by Day;

$5,000 down, and move Inf.e wall-to-wall carpeting. draperies' and ,kitchen appliances. Onsite -

These pre Q few of over 2,000 listings We have all types of laundry facilities.. Rental assistance available. for. qualified. W ek. or Month
property from $700,per acre'dridup. We have small tract applicants. ,

We'also have several cabins? houses, old farms, etc. Write or For application and Information_

can today for a free listing brc huro. You can call free by Please ... us at I Gr: "Typewriters Calculators ,

dialing l-80Qr438-7421: Write or cal! today. 1005 SW 6th Street '

lake Butler FL 32054 ti.rtts.y j .. Paper Shredders
Or Call!) 496-3141 Secretarial

N.C 28906
Murphy Cash Registers etc. :. etc.

Retail Advertising Policy La-Z-Boy i For all your office equipment

for The Bradford County Telegraph r ** --eds.
From 'or furnih1 see ., .
Union., County Times & Lake Region Monitoi .
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:; Service after the

,Let us make your advertising work for you. We'win gladly assist you OFFICE M

,In designIng what you like. We will show proof when requested. We SHOP '. saIe-Wlthout.

\wilt also try to place your ad on; the page you desire( however wecannot "

: guarantee position to even/on DENMARK I La-Z-Boy now., const. paying ,BIG CITY
V' wo make aft error la your ad we will give credit for the space the, 9645764Storke. ,
error occupied-not for the entUe ad.We will not bo held responsible 'PncesH!
434 W 411 W. Ma.ittn Strttt .Flo.
Call StrMl ,
i for errors appearIng In advertising taken over the phone.:
lot us assist you In your advertising: .... ColI964.,3OFi,1\13- 114-1121 II4M27MF
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ing session and seminar at UM U.S.
Olympic, Training Center in Colorado -
Springs, Colorado.The .
invitation to attend, which _
was issued to only a few,was extend. d jti
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Association's International Committee ,
Which is heading a screening
process to name participants m the
1992 Olympic; : games. +
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KICK' has been participating in ,r : -
skeet shooting for 4 years, and has '
been named to Florida State Junior e
ream for the past 3 years, 198587.In .
1981 he was on the Junior Honor '\ ,,
Squad, and m 1987-88, he was a
... member ol the Junior Team.
RICK has been named to the Junior \
Honorable Mention All-American
.. Skeet Team for 1988. l.
Current holder of the Florida State ..
''/11>;1.." Junior High Over-aU..frophy RICK .
.has won local tournaments
'throughout Florida in the past 3 4 .M'
plans tq attend Santa Fe
Community College in the fall. He is \ \
the son of Ed and Janet Kimutis ..
of -
Fire Away... :. "- ;, Green Acres. Equipment Check...
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. Rick KlmulU fire hi*shotgun on the lieet-hooUng range at the Keystone. MelgtiU Airport ' { < Rick's grandparents are Mr and
I I ''Mrs;Ed Kimutis, Sr.,of Starke,ahd KUmutli check: the different be barrel he user on his shotgun before apractice I
Keystone llelghu SporUiMiu Club member open the range to the public at various time during the year Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beattie ot Ft. **__. ..

Lauderdale. The competition- will. be tough but the goal I*a high one-the 1992 Olympic
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Good Detective. Work Recovers. Stolen lver I

The home of a Keystone Heights The Sheriffs Department has beenin burglary, but has been released to Heights family alerted the police
family away on vacation, was ran contact with the family by her parents. ,when they saw a strange car at their
Y' yIL sacked about two weeks ago June 8, telephone,and determined the items Three more adult suspects, two neighbor's home rue neighbor
and several heirloom pieces of silver missing. "We've talked with them with "multiple page rap sheets",according recorded the license number, incorrectly
were stolen, but recovered Tuesday several times," Denton said. to Denton, and all from but it was enough' Iqr 'the
,with the help of some smart detec- The Bradford County Sheriff's office Duval county, are also being soughtin authorities to "get started, ,Denton
tive work by otticers from the Bradford worked with the Duval County the case. They are also thought to said.
County Sheriff's Department. Sheriff's office on the case. A 11 year be involved in three robberies jn
Thirty-nine pieces ol silver, ''in old .Jacksonville girl has been ar- Baker County,
cluding trays, candlesticks* bOWls, rested In connection with the A neighbor to the Keystone
pitchers and goblets, were
recovered from an antique shop in
Jacksonville, Monday June 20.
About three pieces ot the silver is
still missing according to Sherilfs
I 11 Investigator Don Denton.
Information about the robbery has'
been withheld
until the family
returns from vacation Denton said.

V 'Man'
Charged ForSexual'Assault

Don H. Crawford. 41, of Crawford >

1 cupied Tuesday throwing Road, vehicle.near,a June deadly' Lawtey An 21 and additional missle, was charged into arrested chargeof an With'oc- @[LQMQIDDb[ ) [ ]( )[ [ Touring Sedan

sexual battery of a child under 11 "
was also filed. '
The' charge of sexual battery
stems from an incident some weeks
Mercedes Move Over!
back. The victim, a I S year old _
female, whose name is being,
withheld according to law, came '
foreward to. describe the incident"in $ <
'vry-clear language"' said Sheriff's

L LA. J its Investigator Throwing a Don pipe Denton.wrench'intb an

occupied vehicle through the windshield -
was an unrelated incident
Big Haul... and was related to the men's work,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Detective Doug York dlaplay*ome of the Melon Denton said..
liver Items recovered from a Jacksonville Silver Shop early this week.. Apparently they had argued
The liver .was stolen from a home In Keystone llelghU.' earlier at their job, and the anger- Fully Loaded sL
carried over until i
York did come good detective work. on the cue,according to Sheriff ReddUh. evening Everything Is

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'Io.o. Cassie RiddicK LeVasseur is 'Girls Softball Champions... .' : : .',t%1/I,
visiting her parents Joe and Ruth
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receiving her ADN (Associate i sc-.rtbalile.gue with a season record of 15-1, are Kneeling Clara DeSue, Janet Williams,.t'nissa,, .i
Degree in Nursing), Standing II to r) Myra Cummings Daphine King Coretha Daniels' and Kendra Butler. '1
Cassie,26,graduated from BHS In Williams: Nurnell Williams Hazel King. Sylvia Bat boys are Cletls Brown and Jared Scott. Team! "-. .,
1979,: and enrolled in a ,nursing Williams, Lillie Mack Calhe Johnson,,,Alexia", Mack. Coach is Willie Brown, ".i,

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lege. Within six months of receiving Silyer... from| 5'
her associate degree in nursing, she ,;.
quit school,'mUCh to the dismay of fhe intruders gamed entry to the 'The silver'was recovered from an she said as the poll Ice took trio stolen -
her parents. home through a sliding glass door, antique shop m Jacksonville called goods from her shop.
One of her friends recommendedthe after cutting through the screen. The ,Ina Ward's Antiques., "We, didn't Denton said the thieves were paid ',n'
nursing course olfered by Central missing pieces were inventoried by steal 'it," Ina Ward said, "My' just$ISO tor the,collection,which he ,"r,,:
Ready to plug in and use immediately.; Piedmhnt Community College in telephone to the vacationing owners. daughter is the one who bought it," says is worth much ,more than :
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fast 8 MHz Intel 8088-2 Processor. began working full time in a bank, for the 30th reunion scheduled If your address has changed is available each Tuesday in
and attended school, carrying a full Saturday,July 9, at the Starke ,since the live year reunion, 1 the Kingsley Lake Civic: Center: ,,
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