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 30, 1988
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Lightening strikes more often in the summer months.. Golfers .w. lri.f., . . .'. . .t-ll The Sweetest ,Strawberries This Side of Heaven
and Dealers should take precautions when lightening threatens. Clo..ll'd Ad.. > .. :1-11!
Last Quarter moon, Tuesday, July 6. loath Year STARKE.. FLORIDA ':2s: Cents: Copy:
50th Issue Thursday,June 30, 1988 USPS 062-700

'Worth.,9pting Martinez Vetoes '$400.000 for Gvm RenovationGovernor I

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'Bob Martinez has This means the governor can veto ,.ing years. 'Projects like a $10 million grant to Schlofman also noted however
,Republicans Meet..* vetoed the appropriations bill"'line one line item in the appropriations School Board Chairman Len 'the pnvate University of Miami that projects in other small counties
'The Bradford'County republican; item covering the $400,000 grant bill (such as the gym grant) without, 'Schlofman, who has been a major (money Schlotman said IS' taken like Levy, Lafayette and Hamilton
party executive committee will which would nave renovated the 1955 vetoing the entire bill and making it proponent in getting the grant ap- from public school funds), a ,$10 were also vetoed. "It looks like he's"
meet Thursday, July 7, at 6.30: p, .. Bradford High School gym according necessary for the legislature to meeton proved by the legislature said million grant for a Broward County' picking on small counties,. which is
meeting will be held at 722 to sources at the governor's. the topic again. Wednesday that he Is "terribly education project that will build a sad because it'. the small counties
West Madison St. .press offIce Wednesday.' ,this was, of course, a very big upset' about the governor, vetoing community .renter in a city which whO can't raise the necessary funds
All interested in filing for The grant, referred to as a disappointment," said Bradford the grant. Schlofman said that he already has two such faCIlities, anda through taxes' Politics is a cruel'
public persons office and/or running to "turkey," (a designation given to ,Superintendent of Schools Jim Dun, does not oppose the governor's $JO million grant for a baseball business,'" he said, noting that he,
grants requested by congressmen can"upon hearing the news, "But, power to use the line item veto, but Stadium in St. Petersburg all remain believes it to be the larger counties
represent encouraged republican to attend.precincts. are lor projects in their home districts) it s not the end ot the world it's just he does object strongly to what he'' In the budget. Scnioiman noted that greater political power which prompted
Call Ben Holtzendorf at 964-7961 was shepherded ,through the something we'll have to understand. believes .is an unlair use pi that I although the'grant funds for the the governor to leave these
for further information. legislature by Rep. George Crady, Well just, have'to have a great power., stadium may come out of a different' projects, in the appropriations bill
(D-Yuiee) and Sen. Wayne Holl- school year, without a new gym.*' Schlofman pointed to several! instances fund than ,that which would have "1 ,am )Just tremendously''
KarateDemonstration ingsworth-D-Lake City),, but later Duncan also noted that It'S not impossible where the governor did not provided Bradtord County's'
''vetoed by the governor, WhO has for the school district to veto, other "turkey" grants to be remodeling money, this grant will See Gym... P.7A
.... line-item veto. power. reapply for a similar grant in com- drawn trom state education funds affect the overall education budget,

rang Soo Do Karate demonstration

Rosenbeck by Undermaster Thursday,Richard July 7, at 10 StarkeHosts'

a.m, at the Bradford County Public
Library. It will be 45 minutes long "

and forms will, breaking include basic technique movements and free, il 'I I II

fighting everyone Reading Mainly is; invited.Program.for ages 6-12,..but: : .' "jI'f2 1'rf FourthFest, ..

The Bradford County Library. announces -'
plans for a summer
reading program. Tuesday mornings -
10-10.30: am., ages 3-5 (Preschoolers ,
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Thursday morningsf'30101:30a.mL : t
A weekend of celebration is set in
ages 6-12.' I J Bradford County WIth numerous

In Emergency.., clubs and organizations sponsoring
( ''special activities beginning Satur-,
Residents of Bradford County 'day, July 2, and ending on Monday
whose telephone prefix is 43S, 468 'July 4,' With the first annual
or 496 may call either of two Freedomfest. ,
,numbers in emergency situations Activities will begin on Saturday,'
toll free and reach the courthouse (July 2, with the Starke Bass Club
switchboard during: working pours M sponsoring Youth Bass fourna-
Those numbers are menu the Bradford Roping I Club
,376-1502 or 377-5122. sponsoring riding events and a tattle
After working hours,.for juror ,._. 1' l Mr. and Miss Firecracker Beauty
calls and regular non-emergency p q,9, Pageant. '
business calls during courthouse The excitement will culminate at 7,
hours,'call 375-p"'zog. p.m.on Monday,July 4, at the Brad-
ford High School football stadium
Summer Band Camp... with a concert featuring a red hot

Summer Band Camp at Bradford band that is picking up quite a
Middle School, $8 per student. "following 1n. North Florida..
Register' at the Vo Tech Center. Palatanam.pronounced(
Dates, June 23, 28, 30, July 5.1t. ,12, 'platinum) is a six-member, protes-,
and 14.Singles. sionally ,equipped performancegroup
which will play wide vanety
Meet..., ot music from soft ballads to
popular country tunes to traditionalrock
Starke Church of God Christian' and roll and top 40.
Singles in Action will be having Band members Carl Cruce,Steve
their meetings the second and Buck Ron Asbury, Eric Weaver
fourth Fridays of each month and twins Cindy Nipper and Sandy
Good speakers food and ,Nipper Glenn. will rock the night
,fellowship are featured each tune. away with selections made famousby
,Call 964-7678 or 964-5681, J. the Eagles, Steve Warmer,'Van
Hagen,. Chuck, Berry., Merle Hag-,
Summer,Program... gard, ZZ Top, and many more, as
The Recreation'Department' summer I1I1S'CUnle... .well as performing. their own.
program will begin June 12 Tbee. Bradford High< School Jazz Dancer and Majorette conducted] a clinic for On the second row Renee Hewett Aimee Ferguson, Beth McKinley, Noy'' "original material.,
and run through August 5. The piling young girls at the high< whool tills summer. Srivibul and Allison Archey.. There will be no admission charge
Center will be open from August\ 8 The program< wa originated and directed by former BIIS majorette DonnaParado. On the third rows Angela Hewett.. Kim FUlyyaw, ,Tonya demon, Heather .for ''the Freedomtest include activities historical,
Which will also a
,until school starts, hours 9-S, for ,Smith, Sonja Smith and Yvonne Ball.' \ I BHS Librarian I
free play only, for youngsters. aged From left to right on the back row: Almee Hodges, Christy Ball, Renee In the front row from left to right Melima Chltty,,' Morgan. nil),''Shannon 1 Olivia presentation,Scott' by patriotic music I and,
7-14. .. ,McCarthy Sheri Brown, Brldgett Holder and Donna Padgett., Brook and Carrie Hewett.,
Hampton Jamboree See FreedomP.3A

ing The each a Jamboree City month of Hampton through the first August Saturdayof sponsor., ,, Voter Trial, .Ends:, Judge's, ,Decision ,Still, in :Future, I I'fUlI I IA

from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m., at the City ,
Park The July 2 event is for '
Brittany Nichole Curtis, a two week of talk ended the however reserve both the' right to should be i done?to eliminate. this U: of R Rodchester, N Y,'who testitied Dr: Lichtman proclaimed.
month old infant needing a liver Starke voting rights trial In Jackson call attormes back before the bench discrimination. that blacks cannot fully and adequately .: fO.1,combat ,the city's expert
transplant. ville shortly after noon last Thurs for further discussion and the right the allegations are based on the participate In the elective, witnesses, Atty. Lipman brought on
day, June 23, with a decision still to have attormes produce further ,national ,Voting Rights Act as process m Starke. Dr, Licntman Dr. Ken Wald, a UF political scientist
months in the future.' written information or argument, 'amended in 1982. and the fact that a presented data on 10 elections with who attacked the defense's
Class of 1958... U.S. District Judge William,Ter' The trial was brought by the Brad- black has never been elected to a City black and white candidates to make voter survey and supported the prosecution
rell Hodges of the Middle District of ford Chapter of the NAACP against office. c his point that when blacks and expert Dr. Licntman
BID class members of 1958 are Florida complimented both sides on the City of Starke. The complaint is Attorney Brown, representing the whites are in a race the tendency is'' For its final shot Thursday, June
reminded that reservations are re- .a trial well, Hoes The trial was that blacks,which comprise some:24 city,' argued that blacks do partic- for, blacks to vote.for' blacks and :23, prosecution', brought Dr.
quired for the 30th reunion scheduled before Judge who will makea percent of city 'voters, are pate fully in city elections and that, whites for whites.,. Lichtman back from New England.
Saturday, July 9, at the Starke decision after aU the information is dIscrIminated' against and cannot I if the right person ran, a black could Atty. Brown presented/ Sept. 1986 The key to determining whether or
Golf and Country Club. Reservations fully\ participate, in city elections.The be elected in the city.' survey of some'350 Starke voters, not there is voter polarization and
must be made by June 30. in.Judge Hodges allowed up to ,40 NAACP advocates changing tile The final.two days of the trial were ,which included 156 white voters and cohesion in black and white elections .
Social hour at 6 p.m.' ,followed by days for a transcript of the trial to be, election process m Starke from citywide -"' consumed with, expert'.witnesses 18 black voters, and was done under ,'said Dr. Lichtman., The bottom
dinner at 7:30. completed by court reporters. A elections to five single-member I called in rebuttal by the prosecution, the directorship of Kathryn Dowd, a line is it still comes out polarized -
Call Pat Alvarez Baldwin at subsequent 30 days is allowed for districts (where the voters residingin which has the burden of proof.; Prosecutor political science doctoral candidate.In to the detriment of the black community
964-6558. ,prosecuting attorneys David Lip- a district are the only ones who Lipman rested his case the survey, Starke voters black ," Dr. Lichtman said.
man and Robert Weisberg of Miami can vote for that district represen- about noon Fnday,June 17. Defense and white,' overwhelmingly said the batUe ground prosecutor Lip
Class of 1978.... to submit a written closing state- tative on the city commission.} attorney Brown rested his case just they'd vote for a black candidate. man said was over whether to include
The reunion of the Bradford High ment. Attorney ferry Brown, defending After the judge hands down his before noon last Wednesday June Atty. Brown also brought on expert white on white elections, by
the City of Starke, has an additional decision whether blacks are 22. witness Dr. Harold Stanley
Class of 1978 is set July 23 *t the on far tile majority of the 120 elections
Holiday Inn, in Orange Park. 20 days to write his closing discriminated against by the elec- To show that blacks are at a disadvantage who examined 76 elections that included in the 20 years from 1966 to 1986, or
If address has changedsince statement. After' those 90 days tion process in Starke, if he rules in in city elections, prosecutor white on white elections, and
your the five reunion, please Judge Hodges 'will take the case favor of NAACP,further discussions Lipman brought on, as an expert found that racially polarized voting See Voter... P.7A'
call Sonya Tenly year Baldree at under consideration.,judge Will, and argument will be heard on what witness. Dr. Allan LIchtman of the is less pronounced! in the city that I IIf

473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at
964-6636, Mark Reddish aj 934-6822, '

or Christy Shan Redding Edwards Torode Johns at at 9644840.S33-2S05 Commission Agrees, County' Could Have Enhanced 911 System I

Meals for Seniors... If the County Commission agrees tivited when"the phone receiver is' Such a system will be'expensive, ('en tel, will have to supply the database cy service. Co get emergency help
far best service which the telephone' outlying, residents now must dial
to back the project, ,Bradford lifted, the caller's telephone number but is by the emergency means
Bradford residents 60 of, protection to have Chapman numbers, Chapmwn says. The county 377-5122 or 376-1502, which are local
yean 'residents will have an a shot at having will be on a computer screen
told the board.,Surrounding counties will have to pay a tariff or monthly ,numbers the county provides.
age and older may be eligible to an enhanced 911 emergency ,even if the caller is unable to talk. the''
receive a meal at no cost from the telephone system in operation by An enhanced system will also have ,including Duval, Clay,Alacnua. \ \ charge for the service. The The county plans to bid
and St-Johns have enhanced will also have to rent trunk enhanced 911 system out. The company
Suwanoee River Economic!: Council 1989. an automatic location indicator. As already. county '
(SREC) at 134 g.South Street An enhanced ,911 system can the phone receiver is lifted the location ,911 systems.. telephone lines from the phone com:-' winning the bid will be respon-
Starke. locate a caller when the telephone is of the home will be/ flashed on Equipment needed includes a- pany. sible for installing the system. ,Chap-
with\a monitor, a. new With an enhanced 911 system,' man says.
SREC serves a nutritionally' lifted even if no verbal directionsare the computer screen. computer ,
balanced meal Monday through given. Now, a caller dialing 911 Going enhanced will cut the radio console at tfle. Jail so residents living in outlying areas New technology makes It possibleto
Friday except holidays. For more must tell the radio dispatcher at the response tune of rescue, fire, and everything would come in through ,such as Melrose Brooker,Hampton,' have enhanced 911 service without
information call 904-7894.! jail where the rescue unit,fire truck, police calls, the county commissioners one console; logging recorders, and and west Braford County would have giving everyone in the county a new
or police car must respond to. were told June 6 by Cliff a TOY system for the.bearing un. access to Bradford's primary address,as was done in Clay County.
An enhanced system would have Chapman, the county' emergency paired. answering point. Those residents Chapman told commissioners.
an automatic number indicator. Ac- services director. 'The local telephone company are now excluded from 911 emergen- Sea 91 l... rap U

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BC Zoning Board. Approves 3 Parcels for, Rezoning

Buster Kahn the same propirty. the fire. Since rezoning more than ;t utilized lor storage ot materials anY
RCT Staff Writer Hednck said the detailing shop is acres requires a change in the land supplies by Whitehead who is a
the county zoning board moved some 6-9 months away, and will provide use plan Williams said the remaining builder-contractor Within the
With deliberate speed, Tuesday, service, including washingcars 5.7 acres may remain in Its present classification, Whitehead can put in
June 28. in considering three parcel ,, in connection WIth cleaning classification until the new land a cabinet shop, or similar operation
for rezoning, and approved each automobile interiors. use plan is completed In 1991 The as long as the facility is contained inside -
. without. opposition.The There was no input from the audience -, new land use plan will presumably the building He mentioned the
zoning board's recommendations either pro or con. The zoning correct known errors, without going, possibility of renting space to Mark
will be heard by the county board approved the request on a 4-0 through the rezoning process.No Mullins owner of Crosley Manufacturing
commissioners, Wednesday July 20, vote. one objected to the request, Co.. for the assembly. of
1/ at 7:30: p.m.,in the Bradford County resulting in an.unanimous recom trailers.
Courthouse Bradford Furniture ,., mendation for approval by the zoning There was no objection ,to the
Commissioners make final decisions board. rezoning request,which was approved
on toning matters in the county Morris and Sharon Williams, 4-0 by the zoning board. .
x owners of Bradford Furniture Co., Whitehead and Kitchens..,
,have requested the rezoning of 3 Steve Whitehead and Suzanne Kit. New Board members...,
lIedrick. acres on north US-301 to bring the .
Juanita ., classification into conformity with chens, joint,owners of a 13 acre plot Two new zoning board members
Raymond Hednck husband of actual use. The property, site of the on US-301S.: requested the rezomng were seated Tuesday night tilling
JuanIta Williams Hedrick, told the Bradford Furniture Co., prior to its of 2.99 acres from Open Rural to all seven positions although' only
zoning board the parcel containing destruction by fire August 9, 1981, is LIght Industrial, for the purpose of lour were present including the new,
1,77 acres, located south of Keystone' classified Residential Single building a warehouse. The plot joins members
Cltizens'Receive Awards... Heights on CR-21: needs to be rezon- Family-Mobile homes although fur Crosley trailer Manulactunng Co. 'Frank, Sheffield manager of the
ed to bring its classification into conformity had manufactured property on the north side local Florida Pest Control store, ac
(Above, I-r) J.B. Caikln. director of donor recruitment for the ClvtUui With its actual use. The for niture the past been 31 Mr. and there Mrs. Whitehead said he has ho plans tor .cepted appointment to the board
Regional) Blood Bank. prevent *plaque to Edith Cowwu of Starke In parcel, zoned Residential Single Williams have years.requested the the 10 acres behind the plot being .Medlord Connelly, retired and living '
i appreciation for her help In coordinating: the effort* of Bradford Family, ,has a beauty shop on it, classification be changed to In- rezoned, since it is in the 100 year on Hampton Lake. was seated
County senior citizen In their canine program which helped net 164 which has been there for several dustrial. floodplain,and has a large drainage also
donor* for the county' blood bank Cowan* beaded up the calling years. The tlednckS are asKing for a Williams said the parcel contain ditch through the center, which is Members of both the zoning board
committee. In an Informal survey taken by Clvltan personnel, ea...... general commercial (CG) 87 acres, but the 3 acres being maintained by the Department of'ransportation. and, board of adjustment serve
classification, since they plan to put includes slab gratis, tilling "vital unction in the
noted that over half of the donor said they had been called and many changed the concrete ) '
.in nn automobile' nVtmhna shop on ,on WhICh the building stood to The proposed warehouse to be community
more also said they beard about the May blood drive on the radio. prior

Caiklm abo presented Terry Vaughn (better-known a. Scott In the
Morning of WEAC Eagle 106.3 Radio with a plaque in appreciation'

for the itatlon' help with public service announcement (Below, 1-r)
Vaughn and Starke\ radlord County Chamber of Commerce School Board-Chamber Sign Education-Business Partnership IA

representative Steve Flitch show off their plaque which were '
awarded by the Clvltan Blood Bank. Vaughn and Futch were joint resolution endorsing the the citizenry and. between schools and the business limited only by the imagination and
co-chairmen of the donor recruitment drive.The May blood drive aw' tion/business establishment of ,an 'educa WHEREAS the future; economic community and to provide more committment of those involved, says;
partnership programhas growth, of the Bradlord '
Dr. McFadden
County resources and a higher ouality
164 pint collected from BJ'IIdfordColDlty" donor, with ISO pint being been signed by the Bradford business community depends on the education for, all, Bradford County Many local businesses have been
the goal School Board and the Starke- excellence of the Bradlord County'' students.In supportive of.the Bradlord County
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Schools; and.WHEREAS, researching partnering 'ventures schools with last December first
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q .c a/LPN/ the Bradford County 'in other counties, the. Educa annual Career Shadowing Day as an
,"A Parternship for Success" is the School Board wishes to further in tion Committee found partnering to, example. One aim ol the partnership)
motto selected by the Education volve the community members In have a wide scope, says Dr McFad- program is to enable businesses and!,
." 1 : Committee of the Chamber to the education of children In Brad. den. Business activities range from schools to have a ,more meamnglul:'
[ describe the relationship betweenthe ford County. providing tutors and sponsoring relationship
business community and the NOW THEREFORE BE, If educational" contests to providing 'hamber E Education Committee
\ educational system of. Bradford RESOLVED that the, Starke- tours and throwing bur.b-ques for' members 'areOr, McFadden the
", ,. County. < Bradford County Chamber of Commerce high academic achievers Schools chairman; Judy Becker, George
.:', .\,' ,' Partnering Is really helping each and the Bradford County' have provided displays lor business Bowen, Millard Brown, Joe, Hula,
others nays Dr BernarMcFad- School Board jointly endorse the sites, conducted parenting Med! Connelly Linda Day,Jim Dun.
den. chairman of the, Education establishment of( an educa workshops for business'employees, can. Gray Flynn Don Luehke,Linda
Committee. ,"As the ,community ,tion/business community partnership and conducted business ,appreciation Patrick, Barney Ruckdesthcl!: :
combines Us resources to help the program the mission of which weeks fhe types of activities David Smith, Cobby Wainwright'
schools, the schools can provide is to create expanded relationships partners can participate m, arc;, ,and! (Onan Wells.Pj"4. '
students! with a better, education
which, in turn;, will! help (he community ':
reach its highest potential.
,Thus success is achieved by all "
The joint resolution, signed by Dr,'
McFadden Chamber President Ray
Norman,,'School Board Chairman
, '. { Rodney Halland Supt. Jim Duncan -"
states ; -r 'AMERICAjNM'
W'HEKEAS'a Strong,"high-quality t.llfVy.3 tt4

public education system contributes
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::::/"\ ,awards'presentations for the Little sponsor 'specIal trophies to' oe climax witn a spectacular fireworks them at Jan? ?rr
.\:' "'" ,.. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Firecracker Beauty awarded in honor ''of the display that will brighten the Sky
', 'r/'!,/." ,Contest. Terry Vaughn, better Freedomfest at their regular ride with a bursting light display BACARDI
I'"'' "I, ,,' known as "Scott in the Morning" on :Saturday: July 2, at the arena near reminiscent of the fireworks enjoyed >r NBRAU Fleischmann sCm PUERTO RICAN aL o''
: :, '1\' ,Eagle 106.3 Radio win act as Master the fairgrounds on US-301.: Everyone at last fall's Bicentennial of the Constitution rY u.A, Aw.n... .L.+,c..1 AMBER t SILVER rim115 _
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Firecracker Pageant will be held on watch the fun. bursting with entertainment at the
Saturday, July 2, at the Starke The Starke Bass Club will sponsora First Annual Freedomlest at 7 p.m. ,. '
: ,, .' Woman's Club.Deadline for entry is Youth' Bass Tournament at :Sampson : Monday,July 4. in the BHS stadium. a .rl -- flu!
''I .' ',:.,.. June 28 and entry forms are Lake on :Saturday.: July 2, from Hamburgers, hot dogs and other ksPECtAi, --.- ,
'." ; ;. available at the Stance/Bradford safestart (daylight to .10 a.m. For, concessions are planned. Representatives -
':': ', :' County Chamber of Commerce. En- more information'on entry, call of the Starke Burger King 3.1"5.,5: : 3'-99'U'IS75 NAIL.-.C/UND', .

"' "' trants must be, present at the 964-529J. interested young people will be giving out coupons for free I ,........ .1r1wiIMI
Woman's Club by 9:30: a.m. :Saturday : (are welcome to enter this tournament -' Whoppers to the first 500 people who HER. ANi _

July 2. in honor of the Freedomfest. come through the gate, so get. there L. I BECK'S. .... .wSEPWt! ,SI.IL. .
will ... .....,
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There is no law that enhanced 911system Commission chairman, fire chief, telephone bills. i
be installed. There is 'a police chief sheriff, the mayor of adjourned Flonda Legislature pass- .
which allows a monthly Colt Jiinb LORD CALVERT SEAGRAM S 7
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Department of Communications Starke,' and the zoning director is a MIl 3,
I of up to 50 cents ,
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deadline. previous
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must work out a funding
,;' "" system after signing a letter of In- method not enough to finance an enhanced 1249 199 sAVa
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. M : C.tC Safety Rules for 4th of July Changed O-per'the Years .J .1

Don't carry loose powder in your pocket. kickin our girls araundi"With ,', ',1 '
WIth tne 212th fourth of July anniversary (Gun powder, we presume.) 1968 being a Big Election!: : Year on '
coming up next Monday,newspapers, Con t laugh at toe, drum majorpity the national level as well as the county and : \ ,:
fV,..and 'radio: will De busy over the 1Um. city level it is sure that the first safety ,," '1;""'
,weekend advising tne public not to drink Don't blow down the mouth of a loaded warning listed above, "Don't talk politicson ,I"I
and drive and be careful With fireworks in call1lOD. the Fourth" will*'be violated when .:,'.,:, "
order to have a safe and sane celebration. fne same issue of July S, 191t. earned crowds gather for the Freedomfest Monday "

Seventy-four years ago, the' felegrapn' the following bit of comment on the tunes: nignt at Bradford High stadium. :
'different list of "don'ts" in -rue tango Has been lambasted by
Jumping back a few to 1893, the
of years
Keeping With a. different: set of dangers in critics the slit skirt has opened up a bit '
of from
shirtwaist July papers that;year are missing
the peek-a-boo
those times: preaching files don know .+:JrM.
the Telegraph so we
Don't taut politic on the Fourth. always did get it In the neck,and those thin "
the Fourth was observed but with
for a ,long
Don't go on a crowded excursion. III silk nose nave been exposed
August, the are on microfilm, and
P".,'t get overheated early in the day. time. By gosh,, boys, they've gotta quit some interesting papers events took place in the

remainder of that :year,

Worthington Springs was at toe height of

ebiTORiAlS its popularity at that time,according to the .
following news dispatch from that town:

"Many are the people who wash in the
pool at Worthington Springs. Both old and
''Ii' young/ come from far and near to drink: its
'Celebrate At, Home! cool refreshing waters. There are 200 or
more people on the ground in cabins and in.
the hotel, with more to come.

l'1ondoys, the 212th anniversary of Independence Day better: known,as 'Some vital statistics were also released "
in August 1893, when the population of '
the Fourth of July. -
Starke The
was given as 1,000. Telegraph
Many men have'spoken many eloquent words, to express their feelingson said: Starke:; averages about two mar 414

the significance of Independence Day 1776 but none more forcefully rages in each month; one birth in two
months and death three months.
thanPatrick, Henry,in his "Call to Arms" speech In 1775: ; one in ", r
In September '93,it w., announced that: .'
"Is life so dear,, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of "Mr. John Powell of this city has inventedan 1,'" ,

chains and slavery. Forbid Almighty; God/ I know not ,what course orange ladder which will greatly ,'("

others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death facilitate the work of orange picking. The \'
device is very simple, being nothing more
Today, we celebrate freedom, not by taking up arms, but by enjoying a than a common stepladder with a zigzag

,holiday with family and friends complete with fun and fireworks. Our. canvas shute leading to the basket, box;or,

Founding Fathers knew what they stood for and were willing, if need be, whatever may be used for catching: the

to fight for it. The cannonballs that exploded on Bunker Hilt looked just as golden fruit. The orange ts dropped in the .
saute and lands at the bottom without the
formidable and equally as destructive to our ancestors as a nuclear bomb: ladder
slightest bruise. With this the
does'to us today.And because of their sacrifices, they were able to be. picker can harvest aU the fruit in reach

queath to us a republic based on freedom, and a system of governmentthat without a move. Mr.Powell has applied fora

made us the great, and powerful, and the free nation ,that we are to patent. <

day.After a long' absence of. Fourth of' July 'celebrations ,in ,Starke, a ,Bicycle The bicycle Craze fever was raging in Starke in Don Hoover, son Starke photographer Frank Hoover, symbolizes the I

Freedomfest observance, featuring a Little ,Mrv and Ms. Firecracker the fall of 1893 and even the dignifien: Col. spirit of 4th of July circa I....,

Beauty Contest and 'many other activities, will be held at 7 p.m. Monday, Comer L. Peek, lawyer and real estate

4 in the School stadium. when two-thirds of developer, was "disporting" himself on a
July Bradford High Today, handsome '-wheel", The Telegraph warn-
( humanity is governed by autocrats and dictators, we should show ap- ed: "Our bicyclists have attached bells to
preciation of our hard-won independence from tyrrany by joining our. their machines. When you hear the bell Temple's Mill Activity Hoffman of Starke, on their bicycles.: : He

fellow citizens at Bradford County's First Annual Freedomfest.Starke's ring, stand from under/' It was also noted Temple's Mill, a sawmill settlement on claims that they made the homeward trip
that "Mr. N. J. Jones, a prominent mer- the railroad Just north of Stance: was also ,in 40 minutes. Remember, be said so, but
chant of the city, is the most graceful you know we COUldn't vouch for it as there
wheelman in this section of Flonda. His busy, reporting the following activities:, seems to be a profusion of elasticity in the

curves are Just too utterly too, tool" The FC4P 'railroad is' building a wire statement. ,,<

New River Station was a thriving settle- fence on each side of tne track here to shut
\ Image Q-ivenAB9oSt, ment in those years, and it was announcedthat out the cattle. me killing of stock has been Sampson City BoomingIn

: "On Christmas Day the people of so frequent lately that tins is absolutely 1893 Sampson City was expected by its
New River will have a grand tournamentand necessary. There will be an opening for a
by Florida Living' a masked ride.Every arrangement is crossing, however which will be protected promoters to soon exceed Starke in size,
being made for a grand time and With catueguards. due to being the crossroads of two railroad

everybody is invited to go enjoy the sport. Mr. A S.:> Gnmes, our champion cyclist: lines, and also the agricultural develop-
rivers for water sports and large Mr. J.C. Barry is at the bead of the movement made an extended trip to Kingsley Lake ment planned after the draining of

At last-* Starke ,is getting some' forested areas for camping, hiking, and this assures its success. last,Sunday in company with ,Mr. W.1!.. swamplands around Sampson Lake. '
which it
favorable publicity rightly
and deer wild
hunting turkey
deserves and badly needs to offset
so doves and wild boar. The Camp .
some of the negative news releases that Letters to the Editor '
the Blanding Wildlife' Management J ,
nave dogged us dunng past few.
Area Is available to hunters, as Is ,
the Santa Fe Swamp Wildlife
fie July issue of ,"Florida Uving"' ,Management Area and the 'J Starke's,Problems Rooted in ,Type of Government

which just arrived on newsstands, contains Alligator Creek Wildlife Manage-

a well-written article headed ment Area. "...., ,.r,,, 'Y'..,(.A.1>*... asingle
Editor Telegraph: City bas been told by one Circuit Court district'voting is perfectAxampieof.
""Starke. Alive!I' and beautifully illustrated -
with color of the 1 "In Starke you'll find good: Starke: has taken it on the chin for some'' Judge that it should be straightened the r.;,) ffecUypnesXrjEy!(
photographs ,and changed. Only 3% of the
towns in
labeled knows that the black peop.e'nave been adequately -
schools. a community college now by being with drug
"new Call Street" taKen during the re- operations, accusations of racism, ana U.S.: the size of Starke: have a Mayor- and well represented by the white
cent "Jubilee" celebration marking the, center a ,"home of death row".The people of Starke Commissioner form of government. A commISSion ..
reopening of Starke's Historical District a new 54-bed hospital' with a should ask themselves the old proverbial committee was appointed ten years ago to

alter completion of its restoration and 24-hour staffed emergency room a question "How did it happen'l"? The bOt- review toe charter and make recommen-' The other side of the story is that the
dations for changes, but nothing ever' black people want to be represented by
beautification 120-bed nursing home, a county tom line answer to the question will surelybe
project. became of it.
blacks and deserve to be. Single member
and churches ineffectiveness in leadership and
,"Florida Living"' is a "state, of the 'denominations.library, It's located many only 26 government. To improve the leadership Why Reluctance to Change? districts would benefit all of the people in
Starke.One commissioner to handle all the
art" slicK paper magazine published in and the government can be done only by Starke has about three large special interest '
miles from Gainesville and '45 from streets or one commissioner to supervise
Gainesville. It started out several years the people as a group working With each groups that can maneuver to get
all the utilities is too and someone
Jacksonville both cities with much
major other,Tnat doesn discussing it at
as "Nortn Florida LIVIng" and dueto they want With the charter as it is '
ago universit'of. and advanced the coffee X the gets left out.
state shop marking your on now. They know that you can't take themto
its immediate success nas now ,ballot and then home and to
going waiting
medical resources. court WIth the charter leading everyone In Summary...
broadened its scope to'mclude articles see what happens next. around in circles.'There is also a nepotistic
and photographs of scenes and happenings "From the courthouse campaign base that bandies tne A new charter with single member
city's affairs. If
AU of the problems that Starke is you
districts: would benefit all of the of
throughout all Florida. 'came the Impetus for restoring, are rooted in the type of government. have a problem that doesn't fit in with the ,Starke.: Special: interest groups would people have,
saving and Improving Tne type of government is spelled out in special interest groups or the nepotistic
During Uie;(past three or four years less control.: Law enforcement could be
downtown the' the City Charter which amounts to, base you will get nowhere with the
the publishers of'Florida; Living" have area particularly no pro- more responsive If backed up by a charter
closely followed the movement in. Cad Street hopping district.: Call government in any form. Diem.,law Problems enforcement occur: and in the utilities areas that of toning the that the police chief could go to court witn.

'Starke to revitalize' ,its Historic Street has been repaved, Intersections 'About the Charter... charter,can't deal with.The charter is the ,The commission needs to change the
charter and If they do not, the people needto
Downtown District, and have previously now have brick corner areas The present city Charter was written in basic cause for the majority of the bad change the commission.
published., several articles on 'activities ,with benches turnofthe'century'street 1896 and by amendments has changedfrom labels that Starke has received.

here, including the highly successful ', lighting, and landscaping a Mayoral to a MayorCommissionertype The recent, labeling of racism over the Joseph N. Warren,Starke

conversion of the 1902 red brick Many storefronts Improved with of government. Old ordmances'out-

courthouse in the heart of town, into a ,brick and new architectural dated and declared unconstitutional by the Moore'Invited
Court Charter.The Judge to StarkeFor'a ,
remain in me
+ StarKe Center:., for Santa Fe,Commumty designs, have completely changedthe Charter has been amended and changed so I

College.: ,. town's image."' .many tunes that it leads you in circles and Fairer View of ConditionsA

,At the conclusion of the current article no one knows where to begin or end by the

( in its July issue is a significant sec- For this splendid article, which articles: The Charter ts antiquated and the To The Editor: who do live here.

tion on "Starke's Future". Commentingon should do much to offset the un- 'KLPOA After reading: the front page article in If he did know the people of Starke: I feel
our' recent downtown Jubilee, the, favorable and misleading of Elects last weeks Telegraph, "Rnoden Awaits confident he would have re-evaluated his
image New Officers;' Transfer to Fed Prison," I felt strongly phrasing or choice of words Personally
magazine says:;
StarKe that has been projected through motivated to rebut, in part, the commentsof Judge Moore's remarks surprise me.
There: are several things to be some of the media dunng recent months Discusses ,VFD the Honorable John H. Moore II and his While he has to deal With the facts of the

learned from a festival like this. we can only say to publishers of,' 'rom Smith was elected president of the implication that there are probably case before bun, and only those facts, it
One is that when people get' <, '"Flonda Living"-'THANKS... we need-: Kingsley Lake Property Owners Association "snakes'' on every street in Starke, fur would seem to me that he would be a bit
together, big things can happen.: ed that! at toe annual election and covered ther implying that Starke: is not such a more cautious in making comments that
dish supper in the Civic Center last Satur: great place to live.' would or could condemn a community. as a
"The second thing Is that For those not familiar with thIS fine day'' My wife, Shirley and '1 nave lived in bad place to live. .

'possibly much of Florida's future publication is in the magazine rack at: Other officers elected at this tune were:, Starke: or' the surrounding area all our Therefore, I extend an open invitation to

lies in its small towns..By pushing the public library, just waiting your in' Bruce Ivey, vice president; Jean Peters, lives. We personally find the people to be Judge Moore to personally visit our town
for economic development that will 'f o anyone who is interested inStance \ treasurer; and Ann Hill secretary.: Paul ,friendly,courteous and hardworking. This and get to know the citizens of Bradford
create jobs to keep the spection Poland Bruce Ivey and Ann Hill were is why we made our home here. County, and perhaps be will not nave to
and and fed
young people its future who is up
elected to fill vacancies: on toe board ofi
a verbal for
pack gun the "snakes" In
at home, by stressing the quality with reading: about executions, cocaine, i directors. While It may be true we do have a few Starke.: :

of life that exists In small towns. parties, and Judges who think Starke is Warren Ebung, acting: chief of the bad apples in the barrel I am sure Judge StrICkland'Morgan
Moore has never lived in Starke or had the James E.
Lake Volunteer Fire
by pointing in out Florida that almost there reeking with "snakes", ,we strongly' Kingsley ment, spoke to the group on the dire: Depart-need opportunity to know the people of Starke Rd.,Starke: : ,.
anywhere are
recommend that you pick up the July for "dedicated" volunteers who can be
small communities that are only' a issue of "Florida: Living" on a newsstand depended on to answer a fire call: in time of

few hours or even minutes away ,'or drop by and read the copy at need, also attend regular meetings of the Tribute to Hilda Houston' ''' I
from metropolitan centers and by the library, department, and help maintain the equip- ,
offering a friendly hand to those ment that is needed to fight fires suc
We guarantee that, you' will have 'arenewed' cessfully.Ebling said that with the present Editor'relegraphi.'today me and ,
coming into Florida' the small, town brought to my love for Hilda. .
and of volunteers the entire Kingsley
a 'greater shortage
people could' be doing Florida a big appreciation Lake community is threatened with a I paid my last respect to one of the Years later I married a wonderful Louisiana '
pnde in hometown after reading
your most respected women I have ,
favor by helping to spread more possible disaster If a fire got out of band known-Hilda Durden Houston every man, and we had a son,' Walter
this article it to
evenly the burgeoning population of might even inspire you and spread to other homes ,due to the. Reagan. Sometime: during Inn teen yean
state pitch in and help out with some of the ,closeness of houses around the lake. The first time remember seeing Hilda be worked for Harry and Hilda Houston at
our 'community projects that will make Cbung!: also said that ,without a fire .I was 11 years old.and she was about 18.It their ice station in Starke. I got to

'Bradford County is an outdoor Starke an even better place for us and department at the lake, insurance rates was during the depression, and she was know well.

,county with beautiful lakes and ,our children than it is today. would be prohibitive and that the better working in her parents' store in Hampton.
rating the department has, the lower insurance My' sister Patsy and I lived with our She told me at an early age she promised
: premiums_wo ld be. parents about four miles out of Hampton herself she would never let anyone spoil,
.The fire chief:urged anyone Interested In on "Goat Island". Patsy and I walked to ,her good disposition- Kept that pro
ARID 004 serving with the department to attend the school because there were not enough ,mise.
next regular meeting of the fire department children to school bus. Hilda
> near us provide a was a great American woman.She
4 } at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 11, at the
was concerned for
especially her
It time for school
was nearly to start
itiQiji fire station on Fire Lane 5. 'The department -
and friends aneljoved
neighbors the
: 4 and my father gave Patsy S3 to buy shoes.
meets regularly on the second and
unloved and unwanted.
,, I of 1 could go barefoot but Patsy was about knew the Joy of
eOwwts fourth Mondays each: month. .
giving the happiness of tine-
needed sharing.
Q Chief Chung!: said be was encouraged by 14, and really to wear shoes learned to give more than life's

> sos 0,n.ow w-JOMN M.MIU.Ia having three new volunteers indicate a, We walked into Hampton. and went to precious treasures,such as time money-and kind
rlO N """ "" willingness. serve since: the KLOPA Durden's store to look for shoes. Hilda .onIa
,Pubbrwd eoch Thundoy end entered on Second Class Matter at meeting last Saturday in case of fire the waited on us. She found a pair of shoes to
the Post Office at Sfarke. Rcrida under Act of March 3.1879. 911 emergency number should be dialed fit Patsy,and when given the three dollars, 1 beneve I nave a special memory of
and the location of the fire be I given according ,she said,"wait minute." When she came Hilda that no one else knew. because of

--9&C-6305 Subscription cote h Trade Area: "'OOper y o $*,COM month to new street addresses at the lake, out again she bad a pair for me also and that little pair of shoes

P,O.Dfoww A; Stalk. Floe da OutiWe Trade Aiea 11&.00 per year, 18,150".monttI : '!Ebllng number.! said' in addition to the. fire lane ..said.....-You., f'may" _nave_ rnr both.per air RIM for toy three uu.I A lifelong resident of Bradford Cleope County BaaganPage ;



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June 30. I MM TKI.Kf.MAPM 6.: ..I'"

The r Parrish-Webb Delta Kappa Gamma Has Luncheon I

octal Engagement ToldMr. For Installation & Founders Day I

ide of the and Mrs. Pamsn -
news Wayne of
Brooker announce the engagement Alpha Nu, Chapter of Delta Kappa Guest speaker Mrs. Barbara
"....... a** N.MftOTfMlMU l.elal. E_.. of their daughter Deborah Ann to + Gamma International Honorary, Thomas, assistant principal at Sum
dumb Nm'- Blnh. ,Charles Alton Webb, Jr. (Buddy), Society of Women 'Teachers met mers Elementary Scnool in Lake City -
son of Mr and Mrs. Don Hires of Saturday, May 21 in the Granada was introduced by the president
T Lake Butler and the late Charles' Room at Holiday Inn In Gainesville Awards were presented to Mrs.
Alton Webb of Chiefiand. for their annual, Founders Day Jva Jean Harrell for having earned

| Eoline Green Honored With Several Parties The bride-elect is attending Santa luncheon Remembrance and installation Chapter of birthday officers. to the Mrs.most Janet points Walters during and the Mrs.year Nan-and
Fe The thirty members and
Community College in guests cy Brewer runners-up.
EoliM!: Green July 9 bride-elect of A wide variety of finger food was Gainesville and is employed by the I were welcomed by outgoing president Door prizes were, won by Mrs
Gary Underbill was honored at a served on the table which had been Reception and Medical Center in Mrs Gail Cook.The invocation Brenda Stroud, Mrs; Dee Canova
miscellaneous' shower at the home of set up outdoors for approximately Lake Butler. was given by Mrs. Betty Herring Mrs. Nancy Brewer Ms. Cindy
Mn. Ruby HoweU on June 17. Co- 100 guests who were invited to caU The groom-elect: graduated from Mrs. Janet Walters presented a Lawrence Mrs Sue Winkler Mrs.
hostesses were, Mrs. Charlotte between the, party hours of 84:30 Union County High Scnool and ,is bnef history of the.women teachers Gladys Thomas, Mrs.: Mona Canova
McGraw and Mn. Sharon 'Toops. p.m. currently attending Lake City Community who founded the society m May of and Mrs. Evette Key.
Upon 'arrival, corsages were The party hosts were Bill and Tina' College in Lake City and is w 1929. Hostesses for this lovely luncheon
presented to the bride-to-be, the McRae Oonme and Lisa Kelly Bud-- employed 'by Nekoosa Packaging The following slate of officers was were Mrs. Helen Johns Mrs Mar-
bride's mother Mrs. Harry Green dy, and Dea Paterson Peggy Corp. in Lake Butler. installed: President-Mrs Gladys Jorie Thomson Mrs. Lucille Payne
the groom's mother Mrs. Reggie Richardson Darlene Hobbs and foe wedding is planed for Satur- -' Thomas Vice President-Mrs. Rhon- Mrs. Mona Canova Mrs. Ernestine:
Underhill,, and grandmothers Mrs. Susan Faulkner day, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. at the First, Harreil Secretary-Mr 'Iva Register, Mrs. Muriel Norman Miss
Boots Green and, Mrs. Margaret An electric wok was presented to Baptist Church Lake Butler and Deborah Parrish Jean Harrell, Corresponding Della Rosenberg and Mrs. Sue
Buddy Secretary-Mrs. Carol
Webb Kllv Winkler.
unmona. the couple as a momento of the occa- ,
Several fun games were played, sion.
after which Eoline opened her many *
lovely gifts. fioiine -Hampton hli Lites ----- 1 I
along with two other ,
The guests were invited to a telchera- tacy Denmark and Engagement 'Told

beautifully,decorated dining table Cheryl Boyette were honored by By Dolores Meng and Mrs.. Mark Gnggs,. Joshua
for refreshments. The bride-s the staff of the Christie
Lawtey.Community Phone 468-1915 and Justin of Tampa Mr.
chosen color of peach was used School on May 18. Mr. and Mrs. James A, McKinney and Mrs. John Simmons, Jr., of Ft.
throughout the party rooms. The The school library was the sceneof of Hampton Lake announce the July Jamboree... Walton Beach, Wayne M. Simmonsof
table was covered with a linen cloth a miscellaneous shower for aU engagement of their daughter, Tampa, John Wright and Glenn of
and held a wide assortment of three. Each honoree was presented Leslie Diane, to Manon Eugene The Hampton City Park will be the ,Savannah Ga.. ,
delicious food. Punch was served by 'with a corsage. fir May Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. site of the July Jamboree to be held Ruthie and Larry are now residing
Shea HoweU. The hostesses 'The refreshment table was a ro'' Marion Eugene May, Sr., of Columbia Saturday night at 7 p.m. Among m Lake Butler.Condolence.. '
presented Coline!: with a set of china beautifully decorated with a huge La. bands pertorming will be the Lotts of'
as a momento of the occasion. cakeIn the middle. A small cake The wedding will take place 'Johnnie Grass band, Shotgun Bluegrass and ...
decorated with tneu chosen colors November 18 with more details to be Sympathy is extended to the fami-
was presented to each honoree as ,announced at a later date, special activities plannedare ly and Inends of Mildred
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill 'well as a ceramic bnde and groom. cake auctions. Many cakes are,, Hammond who died
McRae was the scene of a couples' Eoline was presented pieces from ':\ .,.,;, ; ,needed for this event and donations 21
party given for Eoline and Gary on her chosen china pattern. Many of J'\t: ,: Bennett-Prevatt .will accepted at Lott Country' Late June Birthdays.
June 11. TM lawn was. the beautiful the faculty and staff hosted this
Benefits of this jamboree will June 17-fan Marney; 19-Terry
setting for the shower. go
party. To Wed
'July 1 toward the Brittany Nicole Curtis Jenkins and ton ya Brown;
.. .... Liver Transplant contributions 19-JennUer Searcy Frank. Koser;
j IP _. ... "l.t"' will be appreciate Brittany '20-Regma Padgett. Sherry Keen
--- Mr: and Mrs. Hank Lott of Hampton is a 21--Cindy Bartlett? 22-Brenda Cur
patient at lands
I Pamela Parrish Honored. With ShowerPamela Leslie and McKlnney announce the engagement and Gainesville. ,tis; 2J-Oetna Ford Amanda Glenn;
Gene May approaching marriage of their 24-Cnristina Carmichael; 27-Missy

Parrish, bride-elect of was asked'to give the'couple a daughter Geneva L.. Bennett to, Father's Day Cookout... Brown; 29..Kenee LaBuen;,,
A. Prevail son of Mr.and Mrs. 30-Maressa Masters
Robert Foster was honored on June special wish or advice and attach il W.A. Prevail also of Hampton Duane Mitzel was honored with a _
23 with a miscellaneous bndal to the tree.Games The ''cookout given by his children,
shower In the fellowship hall of were played during the July 1,ceremony at 7:40 set at for the Friday Soul'sOutreach 'James Mitzel and Lon and Curtis Brittany Elaine Webb
,, Bethel Baptist Church.' Upon her ar party hours of 7-9 p.m., with door Mission Brooks He appreciated the Father .
rival Miss Pamsh was presented. a prizes omg to Mrs. Lanette Grill Day cake and other delicious lood Key-inland Elaine Webb of
pink silk tea-rose corsage.A Miss Cassandra Jarvis and Mrs. This affair held at the Hamptori Keystone Heights announce the
wedding theme was' used ,'Betty Pamsn,' mother of the bride-, Villa home of Mrs. Pauline Dishman' birth of a daughter Brittany Elaine,
throughout the fellowship hall. The ,elect. Pamela,Parrish Robert Foster,;') Wed was attended by relatives and born June' 1ft,in Alachua General
punch table was covered with an Hostesses Mrs. fi.2. Lee., Mrs.,. ; friends irom Atachua,Starke, Waldo', Hospital.
ivory linen tablecloth. A pink silk M.A.. Lee Mrs.' Jerry Jarvis Mrs.,' and Ham tn",' Maternal grandparents are Ollie ,
and Karen
floral arrangement, centered the Ann Hurst I and Mrs., Ricky Lee 'Pamela Parrish and 'Robert church leiiowsmp hall following the' Powell of Keystone.
table flanked I by pink candles.,I presented the couple with a service Foster will be married Saturday,July -, ceremony. 'Congratula Uons... Mevalee Great-grandparents Johnson. are Paul and
Miniature wedding bands were used' for 8'' of Oneida tableware as a I 9 at 7JO: p.m. at Bethel Baptist ,Best wishes go to Ruthie 'Underwood Paternal
as napkin rings and wedding bells ,momento of the occasion. ?. ,Church located ono* SR, 230-A in No local invitations are being sent. and Larry Feltner who were: L. Goodwin grandparents of Starke are and Brenda Ken-;,
with pink ribbons decorated the Special guests\ were Mrs:' Charles Starke.' .All friends and relatives are cordially married Friday,;June 24 at Victory neth W, Webb of Jacksonville
punch and gift tables.A Crews (aunt of the bnde-eiect Mrs.i 'There will be a reception,m the: invited to attend. Baptist Church m Hampton Among Great-grandparents are Hilda
miniature silk dogwood tree Betty Pamsh (mother of the bride out-of-town guests attending were ,'Johnson ol Keystone
Heights and
decorated with bows and nbbons I and Miss Sara Gunner (niece of tile. I' VI' Ruthie grandmother, Mrs Dahlia Floyd E;,, Roberts of "*
centered the gift table. Each guest groom ,Underwood of Brooklet Ba,, Mr. .N.t.,

Brittany Fender 'Celebrates BDay
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: Little Brittany Fender, daughter.. The Mickey Mouse theme was used -- Announcing' ;... .... --'
; .' 'of Richie and Regina Fender with balloons and streamers
I ,Deanna Tomlinson Luncheon Honoree celebrated her first birthday with a. decorating the pavilion. The party
party hosted \by her parents at Camp table was decorated 'withparty '

". ,A bridesmaid's luncheon was 'with ivey and hydrangeas.'Adorning Standing, cakes chips with dip, ,sandwiches Joshua Michael Godwin Casey LeAnn' Griffis ,

''':o 'RWe '1 fori Deanna,<;j6miinsori t '.'on1lkbpiUrfyW toe i ea4. ltMewaf, ,ce W. e/pecepf, /and cokes. Robert and Candice Godwin 'are' Dawn'and Leroy Gnffis of Starke
en, '(' / 18 .f .lf tiadtordI'amlly plnkroaes.. ? ,v,, .Scout: News' Brittany had her'ownctiocolate.. ,, proud announce the birth ot a son, announce, tne birth of a daughter,
Restaurant. Following lunch 1.b" cake with one candle to enjoy. ACtwthe :Josnua Micnael Born May,17 at ,Casey LeAnnborn June 24 in
.Hostesses for the luncheon were presented her attendants with gifts.In party Brittany went swimmmg' Alacnua General Hospital, Josnua Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ib. and
Mrs. Wayne Biankenship. Mrs.:'J.W. memory of the occasion the Three Boys Scouts from Troop 618 then opened her many gifts. weighed 9 Ib. 12 oz and was a; inches measured 20( inches.
Jackson Mrs. John A. Reddish' hostesses presented Deanna With a of Starke Joined with'Troop 552 from Approximately JO guests helped long He joins a brother,' Hobble, :2 Maternal grandparents are
Mrs Edwin!: Williams and Mrs. silver serving tray.PHOTOGRAPHY. Lake Butler to attend a weeklong Brittany celebrate this special birth years old.Maternal. Lawrence and Linda Mosley of
Lamar Williams. camp at Sand Hill Fla. day. grandmother is Violet Starke. Great-grandparents are
Upon their arrival corsages were 'The Hernando County encamp- Jones of Lake Butler Great Cleon and Louise Burdette of Crystal
-presented to the honored guests-' ment was a multi-district and coun- grandparents are ,Watson and Mar- Lake and Mrs. Douiar Mosley of
bride-elect Miss Deanna Tomlinson cil gathering during tile fourth week Community News zillie Wolle. stance..
Mrs. Wmfred 'romimson (mother of By Cathy Wooley of June. Paternal grandparents ,are Paternal grandparents are Leroy
the bride), Mrs. Austin Fender Mike Rowell senior patrol leader There will be a Sunday School William and Carol Yarbrougn of and Jane Griffis of Starke. Great-
(grandmother of the bride), and 964-4151 or 964-6066 Leslie Folsom, Jr., patrol leader 'breakfast served in the annex ot Lawtey and Jonnny Godwin of grandparents are... Arlene and John
Mrs. Hilton Coleman (mother of the and Andy Johns quartermaster, Greater Allen Chapel Church on Durham, N.C.Great-grandmother is Law 01 Archer,. .1.,and Ruby Griltis
groom Weddings.Anniversaries Engagements camped under austere living conditions Sunday, ,JUly''3, from 8:45 to 9:30 Murlar Norman of Lawtey. and Leonard; Gritlis of Starke.,
The tables were covered with learning skills pertaining to a.m. Sunday School 'will follow at
Call Consultation
Free Today
army-navy ,cloths) and decorated JOT character 'development, merit 11:30.: Everyone is invited
badges and large group cooperation. The White Singers will appear at McCall-Tyson Family Reunion I
j Scoutmaster Mark Townsend of Starke Elementary School on July.10,
i ,. .
Hampton organized the Starke at 5 p.m.Bible The McCall-:Tyson '
I '
Mono family
Canova Honored, with,BirthdayLunch troops participation in the South School will be held July 11-15 :will be held July 23. Mere will Speaker for this service will be
a '
Florida event. at Allen Chapel.. church Rev. Joseph Gordon, Pastor of Plea-
The home of Mrs.'George Canova seated at two circular tables each following service communion July 3 immediately at Pleasant sant Grove'.Baptist Church in St?, '

,on Kingsley Lake was the setting fora centered with a silver bowl holding "Florida' Grove United Methodist Church of Petersburg. I

June luncheon honoring at noon her mother-in-law on Thursday roses arrangements and althea,of blossoms.pale pink.A hedge pale' ,Travel Pages".Available, at Chamber. which Rev. David,Edwards, Jr. !is The public is cordially invited to.
pastor. attend .
Mona on her Mth birthday., pink. color scheme was further used Wally Ingram,Executive Director, 'regional' road ,maps features I articles the worship service.PRI3RIC
An intimate group of ten gathered in arrangements of garden flowers ''of the Starke/Bradford County. of events m the State listed by
to enjoy a delicious meal and a time throughout the duung area ,and Chamber of Commerce announcedthe date and region, as well as special
of leisurely visiting and reminiscing. screened porch. Chamber has received a limited attractions.'
Mrs. Canova was assisted in caring supply of the 1987-88 edition of the; Ingram said, "This 159 page
:The honoree was seated at a place for her guests by her sister-m- magazine "Flonda 'Travel pages. magazine is free and may be pickedup f. rr.Y t tt. ,
bedecked with a festoon of helium-.. law Mrs. David Canova. The at the at :.202. S. JACKStNVULtRANSI
filled presence of each guest was her personal ,The magazine contains six Walnut Street."
balloons a surprpe gift from KinGPALATKA PARK
P Mrs. Houston McClane. Guests were gift to the honoree. 1


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FBC Pastor Appreciation Day July 10 Firecracker Beauty Pageant I

Deadline Extended .
fnj First Baptist Church of Starke twice State Alumni President of New .> ,
celebrates Putor Appreciation Day Orleans Seminary, enlisted by the '
,next Sunday.July 10. flus day of Home Mission Board to preach The deadline to register, for the C mt*.rrtt will wear'only till of'' I
recognition commemorate the IStn revivals in Illinois and Michigan, first annual Firecracker Beauty Jury costumes part of toe competition '
Anniversary of Rev. Ben Bryant, his and enlisted by the Foreign Mission Pageant has been extended through .
wife Dorothy and their five children Board to preach Revivals in Korea. f'ndayJUIJ 1., Thar will M li winner and first
moved Starke in July of 1973. Most recently, Rev. Bryant was This event is sponsored' by ,the and second runners-up in each-
Rev. Bryant came from the selected Minister of the year by ,Stance/Bradford County Chamberof category.' Applications may be picked -
pastorate of the Olivet Baptist Stetson University. Commerce and will be held in conJunction up at the Chamber of Commerce?
Church Milton, Fl. Rev. and Mrs. Schedule of events for the Pastor with the 4th of July Mitchell's Drugs, Kenwms Brad-
Bryant are native of Georgia. He is a Appreciation Day is : 8:30: festivities here In Starke. ford Telegraph or FabricKing.: En
graduate of William Carey College a.m.-Early morning recognition The Pageant WW be held Saturday will the 15. Entries!: Commerce
and the New Orleans Baptist service; 9:45: a.m.-Speciai Bible July 2 at the Starke Woman's turned into Chamber of -
theological Seminary: He has served study emphasis a.m.-Late mor. Club beginning at 10 a.m. There will or to the pageant coordinator;
as moderator of the Santa Rosa fling recognition service; 2-4 be four categories: boys and girls Mrs. Debra Norman Rt. 2, Box 270S,,
and New River Association. pm.-Reception in fellowship hall,. ages s-6 yrs. old; 7-10 yr. old girls l Starts: 32091. For more information
member of the Executive Committee FBC 7:30 p.m. Evening recognition and 1I-1$ yr. old ftirts or to pre-register,phone W4-W49.
of the State Board of Missions of service, followed by an ice cream

the Florida ,Baptist Convention, fellowship after the service,

.. 1M Mr. and, Mrs. Alvarez To
4' lI" .'
. Local Baptist Youth Attend ,RallyLast '

Celebrate 65th
AnniversaryAn '
weekend thirty area young and the Neptune' Baptist Karate \\ :
people from First Baptist Church Team from' Jacksonville. Rev: \
Youth Group attended one of the Dwight "Ike Beignard/ Pastor of '. open house honoring Rufus and their children at the Alvarez home

largest youth rallies ever held in the the New Hope Baptist Church in i Kathleen Alvarez's 65th wedding anniversary on Rd 225.
Florida Ga. at the h will be held Friday, July 1' All friends and relatives are invited -
State of Florida.: The Baptist Fayettevuue, preached ".. ....
Youth met at the First Baptist two-day meeting which saw over 700 .....,. from 6-8 p.m. to share in this momentous oc
Church of Orlando, which has a public decisions for, Jesus Christ by 3 \, ,,'.11 P casion. 'Your friendship is their'' i'
capacity of over 6,000 seats. Florida teenagers. ; The open house is being given by reward; no other gifts, please

The youth from First Baptist will ;ra,+ y.arsdil"
Program personalities at the be involved in more activities ,
Florida Baptist Youth Evangelism similar to the Flonda Baptist Youth '

Conference included Lisa Bill. Evangelism Confernce during the =-- Notices ,
mgsley soloist from! Orange Park, summer. Sue Crum, New Library Legal I

Dtredor't ,

. ';Bayless Baptist, VBSNexi Wk.I New B.C. Library Director' The City REQUEST of lawtey FOR will BIDS be taking bidsto NOTICE OF REGISTER INTENTIONTO '

secure building located on Mid- ,
Bayless Highway Baptist Church 'VBS will be held July 11-16 from dl.burg Road (Lawtey Recreational, PURSUANT 10 Section 865.09. Florida I
and 7-9 There will be Has' Wide Center).' Statute, notice I I. hereby given. that theundersigned
invites you to come share with p.m. nightly. ExperienceSue Albert J. 11_.'. Route I.
us, Living For Jesus,m our' Vacation. classes from nursery to adults. For more Information contact Marvin Sax 170 *, Ste..... Florida 32M1 tote -
Rosier 964-2471
Bible School. ,
,Owner, doing business under the firm
Crum. former director of the councils and literacy coalition and 3tchg 6/16.30 nom. of Ferns, Feathers end Flowers,,'

WaKulla County Public Library has acted as a consultant to WFSU- Rt.1.10" I7D., Starve. Fie., 3391, Intends -
. Brooker Sets'VB Cookout began work as director of the 8radI I FM, the Leon County School Board IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD to register told fictitious name I I
Baptist $,. lord County Public Library on June and the Federal Correction Institu COUNTY, FLORIDA, under the aforesaid statute. "
\ PROBATE DIVISION Dated this 30th day of June, 1 968, I In ""I" ', ; i
Brooker Baptist Church has set its School, July 9, beginning at 10:30a : 13.Crum succeeds Arnold Weeks tion.Crum and her 15-year old File No. 88-24-CP Bradford County, Fla. ,:., ". : 'I
Vacation Bible School tor Monday .m., a parade will be held in who joined tne statf of the Clay daughter, Kathy reside in Starke Division 1-3905 6/301tpd 7/21 : '[' ," /,'

through Friday, JulY 11-15 from 9 Brooker ,with a cookout set, after County Public Library System in October and look forward to becoming active IN RE: ESTATE OF I Control, 0749, ;.; .,',':;.1'r'r'',,''If I
a.m., to 12 noon daily at the church ward for the children. of 1987. members of the Bradford County EMANUEL KLEINMAN. ." : \ !

I located one Clock off. SR-18) in Crum, a native of Live Oak,is ma-; community. Deceased.AMENDED I
Brooker ,. The church is ,offering Bible joring 'In, Political Science, at the NOTICEOF will
Ron Denmark SelfService Storage
On the ,Saturday before the Bible School for children ages 2-U., University of Florida. Sue will ADMINISTRATIONThe hold sale of '
6f the Estate of a public : i !
receive her I iMLS degree 'from ,Did ,You Know EMANUEL administration KLEINMAN_ Deceased] File .Bin Number 67, belonging, to Mr.. E.C., I i

Florida State. University$! Shirley Benefield'' and'Betty Jo ;:... _ Special:Guest Speaker ,at Hope Baptist McKmney was m Starke to attend Cow* for Bradford County. Florida:. Bin Number,40, ,' belonging to Alvin J.Fayson ."
'After working at tne Leon County; the Deanna fomlinson wedding. Probate Division the address of which Is : .
will then bring the message in the'11 Public Library as Children's Supervisor -' They are the daughters of the late t Bradford. County Courthouse" Storke./ Bin Number. 22.,' b.longing'toDebra '
Billy Hinson, former Gator in 1973-80, she served as director -: Florida. '_ lewis. .
a.m. Worship service. Hope Baptist fate Denmark of Starke and now .
lineman now playing for the Atlanta Church located south of Starke on of Wakulla County Public reside Orlando.*' ,The names and addresses of the per Contents Unknown, "
Falcons,. will be at Hope Baptist Hwy 100. Everyone is invited to at Library from 1980-84. She joined the in sonal representative and the personal Sale will take place at 2117 N:Temple
I Church this Sunday. July 3.. tend and hear Billy Hinson this Sun- Governor's thrice as an aide in 1986.' representative' attorney are set forth Aye., Starke.,' on July 4, )1988. 'at'BOO:
He will share with the youth during day. t Most recently she has been working below. (A.M.. .
--- --
Sunday, School at, 10 a.m., and as! a library technical assistant at People believe if a spider swings'down Interested persons are required to' 6/23 Control 2tchg 0746 6/30 '
file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON.
the State Library of Florida: in in front of you. you will hear S
NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims against the estate '. ,', S ',:
She member of the OF FLORIDA
II Graham Welcomes has been a BEFORE THE STATE "
New 'Pastor Interested
American Library' Association and and ((2)) any objection by an served DEPT.OF ENVIRONMENTAL \
person on whom this notice was I
Graham Baptist Church welcomes at 10 a.m., Morning worship at 11 the ving Florida as executive Library secretary Association in,1983'ser-' \' that challenges the validity of the. will.' In REGULATION the Matter ofApplication ,.

their new pastor Rev. R., 'F.; a.m., framing, Union at 6 p.m., and chairman of the Children and r qualifications of the personalrepresentative of for Permit by: :
I jurisdiction
,, Williams;' rne Sunday church followed by evening' worship at 7 Schools Caucus in 1982.' Crum has IN THE GENERAL COURT OF I JUSTICE. the court. 'GRIFFIN INDUSTRIES ." '
schedule with Sunday School p.m.. DISTRICT; COURT DIVISION: Po.t Office Box'T Mir. ;+ 1 "'
begins been, a member' of area planning ,' ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT .e.iy. ..wJP.....
FILE NO. 88-CVD-6f' SO FUEtVWH.1 BE FOMSVt .-.'>f\ 1,%M 9'1.JI PERFILNo. .,'I ,
.. Publication' o' this Notice) has. begunon ,
Thursday May 19. 'STATEOFR.ORIDA
1 / .:

Plaintiff, P.O. 80,6Brooker. REGULATION '
LARRY PlYMILl. 'Attorney for PersonalRepresentative The Department of Environmental 1 S S

.=. ::- / D.f.ndant.COMPLAINT. : Regulation hereby give notice of its Intent
FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE Kathleen C. FoxP. to Issue a permit to Griffin In- ,
AND CHILD CUSTODY O. Box 2442 dustrles to Install a standby boiler at I
16 S. Main Street their facility In Hampton, Florida. The : 1
) ,00 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF Gainesville, Fl. 32602 standby boll.r will be operated only
PROCESS BY PUBLICATIONTo Phone 904-379-7788 when one of the two existing boiler Is
o : 'Larry Plymill the, above named 6/23 Jtcrg 6/30 out of service. Since the unit will be
o-) J defendant: Control 0744 operated only on an emergency basis, a
Take notice that' a pleading seeking determination of best available control
relief against you has been filed In the technology wa not required. The
4 .1 1 1I above entitled action. Th. nature of the Department I I. Issuing this Intent to l Issue '
'relief being sought I I. a* follows: Com CITY OF IAWTEV' for the reasons stated In the Technical'
plaint for Absolute Divorce and Child REQUEST FOR BIDS Evaluation and Preliminary Determination.

Custody. Bid for a 6" water line to be laid .
You ore required to make defense to beginning at CR 223 West and Park Person whose substantial Interests
Such pleading not later than Ith day of Street, going South on Park,East on Ford 'ore affected by the Department1 proposed -
August, 1988.,sold dot. being 40 days Street, to U.S. 301, South on US 301 to permitting decision may petition
from the first publication of this notice: the Lawt.y City Limit Two fire 'for an administration determination
and upon your failure to do so the party hydrant, one at Ford Street and US 301 (hearing) In accordance with Section
seeking service against you will apply to and one at the end of the line on South I 12057.: Florida Statute The petition
the Court for *,,. relief sought ,:301. Connection to be mode to existing must conform to the requirement of
This I I. the 17th. day of June 1988. ,6' line at CR 225 West and Park Streets. Chapter 17-103 and :28-9. Florida Administrative -
STEPHEN F. FRANKS Bid should be mailed to the City of Code, and must be filed
514 Fifth A_.W..t'P. lawtey,' P.O.* Drawer, G. lowtey, Fl., :(received). In the Department Office of
I O. Box 845 32058. to the attention of Bill Cr....... by. General Counsel. 2600 Blair Stone
--r Hendersonvllle. N.C. 12.00 noon on July 14. 1988. Road Twin'' Towers Office Building,
((704))697.6238 For more Information call 782-3494. Tallahassee. Florida 32399-2400 within
Attorney for Plaintiff ,6/23 :2tchg 6/30' fourteen ((14)) days of publication of this
6/30 3tchg 7/14 Control 0747 notice. Failure to file a petition within '
Control 0748 this time period constitute a waiver of
any right such person has to request an
administrative determination (hearing)
I under Section 120.37.: Florida Statutes.,
If a petition I I. filed the administrative I
\ -b hearing process Is designed: to formulate'
IL h \ 1r : Madison Street Baptist Church agency action. Accordingly the Depart
ment's final action be different from
'tl' tiwy. "1. 1LKrws.k.t P-, may
the proposed agency action. Therefore
r 1 j person who may not wish to file o. petition -
Dear_Friends of Madison Street Baptist Preschool:, may with to Intervene in the pro-;
ceeding.A petition for Intervention must ,
As of August I. 1988:the Madison Street Baptist Church will suspend be filed pursuant to Rule '28-5.207.
operation of our pre-school. Our Director Mrs. Eula Nichols, and staff Florida Administrative Code at leasti
,', '" havc.chosen to open a preschool of their own. This force) the suspension i five((5)day before the final hearing and
of operation of our weekday: education program. be filed with the hearing officer If ones\, \
We commend the Job which Mrs. Nichols and staff have performed '
", over has .been assigned at the Division of Administrative "-
\ the past three yean in our school.We pray God's richest blessings on themas
\ 1\ '
; Hearings, Deportment of :
: ,/
/," ,: ., \I, they open a new, privately-owned preschool Starke.Respectfully Administration 2009 Apalachee

Yours Parkway. Tallahassee Florida,32301. If I
,no hearing officer 'ho .been assigned, ,
/ the petition' It to be filed with the '
r/4 DepartmentsOffice' of General
rent telecommunications : Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road'
Whenyou' a't system Henry L*McKinney. ,Jr. I Tallahassee Florida 32399-2400.' Failure I I
Pastor to petltiton to Intervene within the

from n 1 .itls tailored to fit. allowed time. frame constitutes a waiver '
9OO W. Madison Street P.O. Box 328 Starhe. FL32OOI 964-7SB7 of any right such person ho to request a

.hearing under Section 12O.97. ,, Florida .
Looking to try on a new telgcommuniInstead of a large capital investment, The application I Is available foe public :

cations! system? Why not outfit your business 'talk to Centel about customized telecommu- Inspection during normal business

with a convenient and cost-effective nications rental.We'll makea, system to suit J CU't L. Giles '. gy[ hour through*. 8:00 Friday a.m., except to 5:00 legal p.m.. .holiday Monday. ...
; ,
Centel key system rental plan. You won'thave your business perfectly.Wherepeople et.Dept.
of Environmental Regulation !
invest in and
to any new equipment yet Bureau of Air Quality Management. 1
you'll get a brand new up-to-date system.It's 2600 Blair Stone Rood '
for installation and Tallahassee. Florida 32399-2400
yours : an charge a I

monthly fee. / Deaf of Environmental Regulation' I :

We'll tailor it to meet your exact '- Northeast District I
limited :3426 Bill Road
p 'Practice to
fications-never too much or too little.spedCEN71EL' : Jacksonville Florida 32207: '" ',

it's a flexible system too, so you can Any person may tend written comments '
Orthodontics on the proposed action to Mr. Bill. :
alterations need them. We'll handle i
as you L : the I
Thomas at Depattmeof Tallahassee
everything from installation to maintenance' =; 'add...*. All comment* mailed within 14 :
of connect day of the publication' this notice will
as our agreement.
part be considered lathe Departments final
.. 603; Call St. ((904)'starke ) "'t minGtlon.

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,.'' Gym, Grant .... : ./ : I Ifr.

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( ..Page 1A) little $400,000( project just .wasn't
frustrated about thus after'all the worthy in his eyes."
work the board.Rep.Crady and Sea The gym is In need of new roof,a
HoUlngrwortfi put into getting the new floor and new locker rooms,andit
grant approved by the legislature. was hoped that the grant would
The governor didn't even call us and also cover new bleachers and some
ask to discuss the project as Gov. new classrooms on the north side in
Graham(Gov Bob Graham) used to addition to airconditioning.The .
; I before making such a decision. He wooden floor has been re-
.1 J I (Martinez) called us after it was too sanded to the point that it's almost,
: late to do anything about it,'"he con-. impossible to sand it again, according -
cluded. to Coach Mike Sexton. 'the roof
/ Evelyn Chastaih! vicechairmanof has been patched and has not leaked

... .m. ,., the school board and co-worker this year, r-ui leakage has been a.
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with Schlofman on the grant said. 1 real problem in the past.
ft, '.c am extremely disappointed. Our en- Basically\ however, the gymis.<
;t. : 7'f -- :3i1 tire board and our legislative considered to be sound and should
) ': delegation worked so hard on it (the serve BHS's needs as is until funds
I ,' : grant). It just boiled down to thegovernor' for the needed'renovation can be obtained
"t priority It seemed our .

", '", ...''I\ < ,( ," ', UCAP! Meetings I
-,.:... : '
'i. ,

I .I' "" ,:',,' Set for July I
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:'Ii,1" ::: ''''' ) : <":: '; United CItizens'Against Pollution, A second UCAP meeting is set for
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'. '!',' I ,,"'.f 'I .I.' OJ \ ""I, > 7 at 7:30 the Bradford Courthouse ''in
.. Thursday, July p.m. in i County
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'F ',, I.' '" ( '" "" ,I '" \ :,,, ""Y.., ,", i .... .,' q" ,' \' \ \ Butler. This meeting is a planning UCAP meeting.
,,"" ..._, <., s ; ", 1 ;" ",:, and work session for the softball
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,, '' ; -invited
____ '1;",., .",.'. 'I' 'r.'I", ," ,",;"' :.," ", "" '1"".". "I tournament scheduled for the' All interested persons are
:\. ; .. \ ; ',. ,''' to attend both these meetings.
weekend of July'-
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Officials Discuss Gym... : ( I ,.' :"! I;', ;,;, ;" "
Superintendent 01 Schools Jim Duncan (2nd from right>. Rep. George Crady' '(2nd from left), and Sen. e e --- .
I Wayne 1IoIIlnpwortb (3rd from right) discus.i with school board member the of having a, r
'renovation J project>> for the BIIS gym funded by the tate.The "kgt U'1turPProvedThe grant but Cov Bob
,Martinez vetoed It this _ed". ,

People one believe fruit from the cypress tree would tighten loose
Voter Trial teeth.
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wndtner,to limit the study to only and she rebutted the defense allega- of the U.S. 'down to the City of
black and white elections. tions that she ran in 1986 without try-. Stance'i, < ; < Ili' Phone 135 Call sheet
964-63OS .
Brown Dr. and to the elections Stork FL 32091)
Atty. attempted to have ing to win use in r
Lichtman analyze one-by-one some the trial to point out a black can't be Lipman has a 59-1 winning recordin FREE r TheBradford
tOO elections to see if the voting elected. Brown said .Ms. Brown' such voting rights cases in '
came out lopsided OJ:'. Lichtman could have run in mostly black )1St.I Florida; having lost only in Liberty Goat's milk is used more widely .... EXPLORING County
said OK but it would take hours. At but chose mostly white Dist S to' .County.. around the world than cow's milk. __ GOD'S WORD
that point Judge Hodges cut Atty; help the NAACP case., Should the city lose the case,"lt HOME BIBLESTUDY"The Telegraph
Brown off and instructed him to aska Blacks testifying in the trial, including -" could be lacing a bill for legal fees, '
generalized question to get at his school board member Jim-I' etc. (11t is the loser's responsibility to Bible Course Is taught'in S'Our'. USPS 062-700
point. Dr. Ucfttman said that by Or. my Scott, Mrs. Maurice White, Rev.> foot the bill 10r' oth the delense and STARKE home free of charge Published every Thursday at 135 West'
Stanley's own standards that 61 per-' ''Leroy Davis, and Ms. Spooner, all the prosecution) which could reach This I is a rion norvdenomfriational study 'CaO! Street,Starke.Florida 32091
cent of the elections were lopsided, 'stated their belief that black voterS 'CHURCH OF GOD I''Second Class Postage'paid at Starke.
I i into the100,000'8 range, said based orty! on what'thus with.g):e .
Florida and
additional offices.
with blacks at a disadvantage.Atty. 'cannot be adequately and fairly Atty., Lipman basing this estimate'' 422 N. ST. 964-5445 word! ol God" mailing
.- Lipman also brought Msl:> represented by from a white, at any level ,on his past'experience with. similar, John Spratlln. Pastor APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.? Bradford Postmaster County: Send Telegraph address changes,P,O Drawer to:
Carolyn Spooner back to the stand of government the presidency
cases.// We Invite you to worship with us. ,A7135:, West Call Street.Slake Ft 32091
.1 Attended Nursery''
Sunday School ,?.,,,.,' lOam Rev. Emmett Bright Subscription Rate In Trade Area: 14.00
'I Chintz cloth, originally Imported from India is so named from the Hindu chint meaning .va i gated.*' Morning Worship ..4??' .,'. 11am/* To schedule your horn bible per year $8.00 six months: Outside
Evening Service '.,...,;... 6pm Trade Area S15.00 per year; $8 50 six
; Wednesday Youth ;.. j... 7: Mdy, or tor_,additional Information months.t '. ,

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FURNITURE .a": 4 HWY 301 S,964-6871,
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Kim & Jan Johnson ,.- '' '" pO Box 207,,Starke '. -ttynt. Eve*. 864-6898
660 S. Walnut I 964-5644 All Nature Shift*ef JMU
The Dimensions Liberty'

Blankenshlp'sChimney ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &

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Service Management & Staff jI" ,. -., .'H,omo of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly

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Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales HURSTS EXXON'

We Finance -. SERVICE,

Your complete Buy Here Pay Here ",24 HR, WRECKER SERVICED

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: 103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 964-6111 ,It''

STARKE Dbtlngutsfied./ Caring Service 'HOME
We rebuild starters, alternators '. Dignified Service
and Cindy Flitch E. St.
& Generators + j' i* Monuments 238 Washington
Marine Cycle Batteries Storks964 '964-5274 '
HWY 301 S. 964-5757 ,
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Drugs {. tj
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lain of.IN*imv M*> "" --
"For All Your Pharmacy Needs'' '__'..;w,_. Open Days,
t .--=:=-..:::'. ,.. LP Gas X Western Union Agent
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StarkM Only Home Owned cz: ,---ell,, \\I!!!! !! US 301 South CORPORATION

lndep ndant B:7Im 528 S. Walnut St. 964- 317 .. 964-8061; Mark Mulllns& Employees ,
I' all s WatmrtWATERS
GROCERY Mosley Tire Co. // ; call Now 9648018U '
,, Insurance
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Comer of US 301 &
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SALES ,BANK Services ,
and week ,Office Typing Servloee of All whose justice and Construction CompanyAll
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this every Directors
Worship Officers f f church
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Sales Service
I STORE and Printing Company 's a fact can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto CONSTRUCTION 206 W. Madison, & US 301,!,

: I In all the Art Supplies Custom Framing at'Denmark's Repairs Superior quality: hom" ataffordable
All the right parts better Starke -'9647200SR
Printing! Office Supplies 402 N.Tempi. HWY 301 N. prlcM .
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Starlie'All-Stare..., '. ." v .

? The SUrfce Pbde AU Star.....If_p.ttog. fa the AHUr tonm._t t.MUflu J...g. ,; ,:'5s.y'", i: ;" ,'"
Freei tart I.rlpt.the feat......MkIoe.I McKM..y.Aa4r,W.w.-,Zany cMcOeM." ... \ ...'....,i
B..halter..R.a..yW.-- ,
iw In the middle rows ChH.Rmtrl.uo. Kenneth. CaritM,Mattow Martla.' Cfcrte hew e4 Clm Uckw
zIkaIwrk On the third rows Coaches Hoary Snow,Ways Mcdwd.... Dewejr McKfaMjr.The .


Board of Bradford County Commissioners have

remanded the special exception. File No. S.E. 88-4. : Scott R.,

:qr Anderson & Ernestine McRae to,the Bradford County Board of

Adjustment to rehear the application;

A thirty ((30)) acre Parcel I(excepting two acres in Southeast

corner) out of Parcel: 007690-00000, all lying North of S.R; 100

and'West' ofC.R. 225 (Bayless Highway), 'located 3 1/2 miles

Northwest' of Starke, for an Alligator Farm (breeding and

raising), S.E. # 12 in OR

4 This application will'be reheard at a called:meeting July '14,

s 1988,. at 7:30 P.M., Thursday, in theCounciljroom, of Starke'City ,... -

Hall,,'209 N. Thompson Street.

All persons will be heard concerning this application at this ,

above stated time and place. -

Board, of Bradford County ,Commissioners

I Palalka 1st Baptist Wins Slow Pitch.'Tourney I ,'\ Bradford ,County Board of Adjustment

the Urn annual Youtn Softball Smyrna Missionary Baptist of Methodist of Railord Central' Baptist June,28., 1988.SERVlitTAR '
Association I CVSA Invitational,, Starke received ,the 3rd place of Ocala, the express of New
.Slow-Pitcn Softball Tournament was trophy'. Christ Independent :Smyrna Beach and Williams femn-
won by First: Bapatisl Paiatka, Methodist of Palatka finished 4th. ,pie of Gainesville were tied for 11th
who went through the 12 team tournament The Starke Mars and Air Park: The Youth Softball Association
undefeated,winning all four Baptist of Starke tied for 5th,Churcn wishes to thank everyone involved in
games,scoring 62 runs and giving up ot God of starKe and Peniel Baptistof making the weekend a great'suc
only 26.Second. Palatka tied for 7th, New River cess.
'place finisher was Nor. _n_____ -
,inside Baptist ol StarKe, (5-2J.l losing
only to champion First: Baptist l3-l1,
,and 16-1J in their second meeting


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;In Firewood Mid-Summer. ? Cool 4th of July Savings 7 1A
:No you .won't., find manyor
'ANYpeople selling firewood beside, T
the roads this time ol the year as you -
do in late fall and early winter,but if Now Thru Sat., July 9
you're a do-it-yourseller you might
want to consider cutting some luel .
now for your winter fires.Florida. SERVIiTJIR<. '16" Electric ? 'e4 ", \
The foresters of the Dept. ., .
"of Agriculture and Consumer, Services "
Division of Forestry point out i4 Hedge'Trmmel'! j WaterSea/GD'
that,freshly cut firewood needs to Double-edge reciprocating steel blade I / '\\1 f "
"season" tor at least three or four :,S .\' 7Xorr4.rbrs ;
months betore it'll dried out enoughto ': ;, stays sharp,cuts branches up to%>i". Water Read y-'to-use water repellant for wood, f I
: Extra
8716 '
heavy-duty motor.
iif .'
concrete and other materials.
burn at its most etncient. So instead '< : f porous ,
ot going to the beach every .,. Seal Use on leather,canvas and fabric. Dries '
'weekend, yoUU hind it may pay you ,},I\\:;" ,', SPECIAL $3999 transparent and paintable./ Two gallons.
to spend one Saturday or Sunday in )i' .., ',.;. #10103
tne woods cutting logs for the winter. f'i'!://...\, '.... \>,., PRICE ., '

1 about Where the do next you construction go for logs site/ How you 'i'),;;:! }'. } ::6: ,. J8" Electric Hedge : $4A 0u

see where trees are being cut down,' ; I'J: < ";/: :Trimmer $ 99: :*R ;SPECIAL r.ri i ,. trtaat ":
.. _--IftI
Many times the contractors 87ia .
welcome someone to cut up and ; .; .M
dispose of the downed trees which
are frequently a nuisance to them,
something,else to load up and haul ..rr., <6jjjhDCW CORNINGMJ Woodlife* c
away : High-Back *- .
.11, you're near a national! forest : '.t' ; WOOd SPECIAt$fr9,
Y Beach Chair
call the U.S. Forest Service office -r : Preservative PRICE
about a permit to cut trees in the Features textilene cover with adjustable back to he flat : w I Less mfr. ''
forest. They obviously don't want y ur comfortably Wood arms provide long-lasting wear, : 1 7',, 'swelling Waterproofs,warping;retards and moll-In* -'*.MM SyrN297.459
people'' with chamsaws running ;shrinking Rebate. -
amoK in the torest randomly cutting 94099 I' F h !' coupon on package. Alter ..
down trees, but there are generally SPECIAL PRICE 'kGallonclear.. #00903 s. imR.D.r.aiwr
areas Where private individuals are 7p.rrpu.MiW Hflml*tptmt.719M36"x
permitted to cut their own firewood
:with certain restrictions. SERVI:3TR* .
Another possible source of g 2-Gallon Hardware Cloth\
firewood is privately owned forests.
,Check: :with the owner of the forest to r'f > Poly, Sprayer Extra.strength woven mesh screening Is Meal
,see if he's willing to let you on his Easy-to-fill high density) tank,18"extension with adjustable for industry, 'farm,home and workshop Heavy
land to cut either live trees or those -1 nozzle and 30" reinforced hose. #2525 galvanized coating resists corrosion. 71715 r
"' ,that are dead and down.He may say
no or, he may let you cut firewood $13 99 : $999
<.' ,tree, tor a small fee or even for a : SPECIAL PRICE' SPECIAL PRICE ,
share of what you he doesn't

have But to before do it cut' any .trees NE1S4N !Impulse? Sprinkler "ORTHO 1-Gallon TrioxVegetation
"anywhere, get the permission of the .W with
owner or it could mean' serious trouble -'; thn ,". ,Trigger Nozzle, Killer
for you., I R lnPulse85 sprinkler covers large area Features r
,. s i, Easy lo apply Prevents plant growth around driveways
What Kind of wood makes the bestfuel' > ,; series connection spike base and Ramahol trigger 'I v.r t '
fences,walks for
i to one Treats 300
for fireplaces and stoves!'According ; i y3 6 nozzle with pattern control attachment #1160/2007 > sq.n.:'4305 up year. sf.
to the Division of Forestry I ;' ,$" 99
foresters; any dense wood makes a -$999 ,
good tuei.Oak supplies a lot of heat, :_ { .: ,'SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE .
when it burns. Water oak; which is
fairly abundant and widespread in sERv15TR. 4o
Florida, burns pretty well when half' ... 5/8"x 50'Deluxe e ,
dry' or even green. grows rapidly ; : i, Garden Hose .SPECIAL $12 99 Poly Hose Reel w
splits.rather easily,and isnt very %:; PRICE q ??
valuable for timber products.1'Good ;TIIIf 1 i Best quality 4-ply nylon Eta { Heavy-duty reel holds up to 200 ft.ol%"hose.Include
firewoods also include hickories, j ri5E/ Co t tire cord reinforced hose 'Ltftmlr' _'3 00 z',;. 'extra.long leader hose.#HR2OOCSPECIALPRICE
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dogwoods, persimmons_beeches 1 with super flexibility. mall-In nrbafe 'fu '
""Burst-resistant to over 500 $ '
and the ironwoods (Hop hornbeam psi Heavy-duty brass S 99' 899 t
and American hornbeam) as well as l couplings 2600 'Alter rebate, : \ .
locust trees. Hardwoods are ,
'generally preferred to pines and
,cedars because they're denser' OonrT7r
there jsn't as much weight loss as 48Qt. ,Cooler Chest '
they season and they burn more elf a 4 Insulatedchest.Sturdylidno-pinchfolding' s 3-Pack Insect Fogger, ..
Gently than softwoods ,t, ;';' handles and easy-clean drain plug. Includes Water-based,fresh lemon scent formula kills roaches
If you have any questions about "i removable food tray and rust-resistant hinges o00 s,,,,, 'and fleas,including pre-adults.Treats 16.500 sq.ft., a-
which wood is best to burn or where r Red. ;19484 W .Bonus 3-pack. '2013
firewood can be ,obtained Check '$ 99 uN
with your local Division of Forestry.f $17'99"
office? You'll find them In most ? SPECIAL'PRICE SPECIAL PRICE _
''telephone directories ,under the
Flonda Dept. of Agriculture and .
Consumer Services. IndovtlSuaT dealers may krnl quwliMs, \ Use your SEBVISTAR.Credit Card alparticipating O SERVISTAR.Corporation
Individual may nol stock i*item stores
rrr Y.f.tY.Y.Y.ttY.Y.Y.Y.f.Y.Y.t Sam uses may restrict mmj. lo r-j\ ,
sash and carry terms only "
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Installation & Service We can help. STARKE
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-- JaDe 3o,1>88 TELEGRAPH P'd$ALE

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':, Hampton ElectionProclaimed ; -

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by' Mayor

An election will be field in the City Nichole Curtis, granddaughter ot
of Hampton September 13,officauy council chairman fed Curtis.
proclaimed by Mayor Elwood "Shotgun Bluegrass", "Lots ofGrass"
the regular meeting of a gospel band, and others
the City Council Tuesday, May 14. will be on hand for the affair.A cake
fo be elected this year are three auction,a ham raffle,and other concessions
council seats, the mayor and the are planned.
marshal. The office of city clerk IS The June Jamboree,June 4th,raIS-
an appointed position. Candidatesfor ed H01.24 for the Volunteer Fire
all offices except the clerk and Department. The Jamboree til
the marshal residents of August will feature political rally
Hampton, living within the city for the candidates in's election
[ limits. in September
llJJ i1 Councilmen Ted Curtis and
.Walden Wadsworth veteran ,Padgett In other announced council business he has observed, Mayor
members of the
council will be up for
construction within tne city,without
re-election.Amy Davis,who was appointed
permits having been from
......,, .. of Ida Creighton in Marcn,.who finish has the resignedand term City Hall.
A of for
fee. $25 is required aremodeling'
11.... ., ., for election moved to to Lawtey her first,will full also term be up as permit if cost of,
"r councilwoman. remodeling is more than$100.A$10
t' .. fee is required for moving a trailer
Present Elwood
.. Mayor Padgett
I. ?!' into the city,said tne Mayor.
is expected to run for re-election to'
'fhe should
council adopt a policyto
'," ,., that office, and the position of town enforce the permit ordinance,the
Marshall,now held by Harvey Bass-
.. 1'I '" Mayor says. A penalty needs to be
: .. inger. is expected to draw
'. .; .w.. instituted a fine or jail term is need-
,' .
j tion.Qualifying ed for enforcement.
ir" '' ,., ...... for the candidates is set
\ ', 1.. ''' .. '.. :"_ for July 11 through noon Fnday,July The'Mayor also noted that this is
it", the third meeting tile Marshal has
.. \ .. ,J. """ 15.Qualifying fee for each office IS
...-I. 5% of the salary for that office,and not been in attendence. Tne council.
applIcation must be made. at the has required a weekly report from
Improvement Award... clerk's office In City Hall. the Marshal to be submitted each
Fnday. The nanD not
report was
Starke Bradford. (:Chamber. of fammrrre The council scheduled another ,
representative Bruce Scott satisfactory showing only that the.
prwrnU .'The company ha Jut added a new building"a major expansion of the Jamboree for the first Saturday in
Jimmy na.ts. of Davis foprrM with l hi Marshal had worked 32 hours over.
*oegsniiatloa.Improvement, Award lor ,
he,month of'July. rapidly growing firm, July, July 2 at the city park. Proceeds time in May.A report showing hours
the event will go towards
worked and some specifics of his
tne cost of a liver transplant for a .
time spent is needed, the Mayor. in
two month old infant, Brittany dicated.. '


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Wizzlili!, & tvings n.BBUAWORITES'. :



T-Bone' Sirloin Chuck Shoulder '

Steak Steak
.. .. Steak-.. .
I I r Ste T. .., ,- <><*! .. '" Chuck;
e Roast$1.59ib 16oza Coca
'Roast ;

$2.98Ib.2.98Ib.. $1.49Smoked Cola- 8pk -

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+ Tax & Dep"

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Boston 9 8 Vlb etf 1.981b

Butt '' < : "_, '' Pork s :, $ .
.', ,' '', 16oz RC&

.. : ':,',';"':''.f.', ,End Cut, ,....: :' Nehi 8pk

SmokedPork '. : : 1.49ib :
.Chops -. $1. 98ib Pork Chops ; ;; : 1.69

I +' Tax & ,Dep.

,1 ,Smoked 'Country Style $ 'l.191b

r .69 :<;,' '"' Spare ;Ribs
Picnic 1(' Ji: rib, :
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Smoked '
$ c

ii; ,Bacon 1.19 ,,Boiled '$.::1 6'9 +

_._.. : Ham "
6oz 8pk Pepsi
Fresh "
Your Choice $ A- Colas
Neck ,Bones Hamburg 1 19 .

litPig ,Feet .29' J- 1. t 9

Necks .. rib. ,
Turkey Bli + .69' < -11 + Tax& Dep.42bz .
Beef Liver
' III ,
Turkey Wings_, .' ,, Hog Mawls, '

lit :lOIb bucket' '...394

.. Hog
Margret --;;;:::;::
Chitterlings $4.90Ea

lit Holms ,Dixie Lily Lindy .
Field: Peas 71/2 oz .- CS or WCCorn. 2 for .99*. Shrimp.... 4.191b

lit 2 ,ibr Macoroni ,J :For: II .

& Cheese ,$1.O9; Crabs .... S.OOdoz.
Lindy : .
$1 39 .99 $.. Sweet Peas ''Mullet.
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3D) Georgian BeD 2 for:.95 .
$1'.09 Ea 59
undressed $lb
"see an ... ,
Rice Cut Green 2 for .79

1 gal.,T.G., Lee

Lemon Orange Punch Lime&, .99 ',City Fish & Meat 'Market O Q 0

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p ,' I.. '.II,'U'U June 30.'988 I

I Legislature Signals Serious Concern About .Hazardous Waste with Bill I Iby

Buster Hahn 1988, tax bills for $15 or more to ,newspaper,glass,plastic bottles and after July I, 1989. Waste fares may creased to two cents on October 1, packaged In a container or material
;,, detray' the cost for funding solid aluminum cans must be separated .not be disposed of In landfills. 1994, if the SO percent recycling rate containing fully halog.natedchloroflourocarbons
BCT Staff Writer waste disposal. Where and how to from the solid waste" stream and A fee of 50 cents la imposed on the is not achieved; However,the provision : (which deplete
The Florida Legislature signaled dispose of solid waste is a problem recycled.f, ,retail of every new tire sold during ii also 'scheduled (or sunset toe eso slayer'when burned) are
It's serious concern about solid being faced by governmental bodies The bill creates a solid Waste 1989.This is expected to generate review and repeal by that same prot ited.
waste disposal with the passage of throughout the nation. Management Trust Fund along with $3.75 million. This fee will increaseto date. After January,It11O,plastic:shopping -
SB 1192 during the 1988 legislative SB 1192 attacks: disposal of solid an accompanying Solid Waste Grant $1 per tire, beginning Jan. 1.ll11JO., bags are prohibited unless com-
( Resents ended last week. 'waste through taxes and re-cycling. Program to assist counties and State agencies, including prisons, posed of material which is
of Bradford ,County Glass*plastics and aluminum are to' municipalities in operating recycling -, must establish recycling programs, Restrictions..... degradable within 130 days.Foam .
learned the bard way last November. be separated and recyled. and related educational pro for waste materials generated fin A number of research,educational containers' and plastic:
that the ,county commission is Newsprint (paper will be taxed at grams. The primary funding the course of their operations.A and training program pertaining to coated paper used In connection with
serious, also. Residents and the rate of 10 cents per ton, and tires sources for the Trust Fund are $19 broad program for reuse and solid waste recycling, reuse and food sale must be degradable
businessmen found a charge in their will be taxed 50 cents each for, million from the state's oil over disposal of used oil Is established., disposal are Included, M well as within 12 months. This requirement
," disposal.The charge settlement funds; $15 million A non-profit corporation and a restrictions on the sale of certain I becomes effective 12 months after
from the state sales tax dealer collection commission are established to coordinate ,types of products: such materials has been certified
allowance and an annual statewide litter preventionand After,January 1, 1989 beverage safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Ad-
Legislation... registration fee for businesses paying the penalties for dumping container opened with detachable ministration. A target date of
Worth Ming The bill contains a broad range of sales tax, and an appropriation significant volumes of utter are in- metal rings or tabs' are prohibited. January 1, 1892 is proposed.
provisions aimed at Flonda's solid ol $36.2 million in state funds. (After creased. After July 1, 198t plastic ring connectors After July 1.1992 most plastic containers
waste problems. including a the first of the year the sales tax portion -, A one cent deposit on all con- used to bind six-packs of must carry molded labels in-
statewide goal of reducing solid of the funding is expected to tamers made'of glass, plastic canned, beverages are prohibited ,dicating the plastic resins used in
Square ,Dance... waste by 30 percent by 1994. jump to $22.5 million). aluminum plastic coated paper or unless they are composed, of their production.Florida .
ro meet the goal every county Waste, tire ,sites must receive other metals is imposed If a recycl. ,material which is capable of residents can look forwardto
Plus Level square dance instruction -:: must initiate a recycling programby operating permits from the Depart- ing rate of 50 percent is not achieved degrading within 120 days. I separating solid waste materials
is available each fuesday in July 1,1989 and a macpnty of the ,ment of Environmental.Regulation by October l,.1992. The deposit la in- After October 1, 19IIO.t.any product: into various types prior to disposal.
the Kingsley Lake Civic' Center,
from 8-10 p.m.4 with Ken Perez,
caller; For additional.information,
,call 964-7955.

Child Find... '

Do you know a child with a han- .
i,dicap! Hotter Than
Child Find is one part of the
,Florida: Diagnostic'and Learning
Resources System FOLRS) that
.lends support services to exceptional
student education programs A 1
in a six county area: Bradford, 1
Baker, Flagier, Putnam St.Johns,. ,
and Union Counties.,
One function of Child Find is',
Identification of handicapped
FirecrackerG3 ,
preschool students,and
the location of children and youth
between birth and 21 years of age
who may have a handicap condition
and are not receiving services.
Some areas of handicapping Conditions 4 '
may be speech, language
hearing,vision, learning, behavioror
physical problems.
if you know of a child who may

:,'; be handicapped,contact
FOLRS/Child Find at (9041 328-8811 ?
in Putnam County or wnte
FDLRS/Child Find P.O. Box 159,,
,Bostwick, FL 32
Support, Group...

Mrs Betty Patrick of Starke IS
forming a support group tor
parents pf the 400 special education,
students In Bradford schools.!
Such a group would give parentsa ',. I)
sounding board, an idea exchange
group, and members could provide,
emotional support for each other
For more information, call Mrs. I
'l'IHrICItI 964-6J49 _

Stadium ,RR's... Ford '' '
Plans are being made to build additional .
rest room facilities at the $7'300.Ranger' -
Bradford High athletic field on the((
'west side of the All-Sports Club "
,stand. 'S
Contributions,tax deductible, are Less $3OO Rebate :
requested from past alumni and' 1
'others interested. Checks should be ,
made to Bradford High School, 581
N. Temple Ave.. Starke, FL 32091,
designating it must be used for the' .' ,1 t
fund. = '\"""
.rest room 1988 Ranger '
{ For additional info, call Asst. ': f" \
Pnn. John Reddish at BHS,

9646800. SUPERCAB Vfl/

Loan Closet...

Suwannee( River Economic I Council -' ..> ., ,c. '", '
) Inc. has established a loan '. :- '
closet at 134 East South St., Starke, 'I '
,for lending medical equipment including 6Cyl'' "I'. '!' ,,'. 9' 9t
wheelchairs, bedside com.Lmodes ; ><> !
tub grab bars, shower/tub ,'Air ., :.. ''Ii' .i'J\
seats, crutches,walkers and narrow > & 'v. H .;.,: :z > ,0'. s $500 RebateBarnBuster<,,,' '" ,
,, base canes.Borrowers 1
must meet eligibiltyrequirements
by providing proof of
incdme.CallIn. Used 'Car Sale

: ,Program...
'A morning call-in service to,
assist senior citizens who are alone,
is offered by the Starke Police .
Department, according. .to Chief' / zy1984,4, Ford?: n Y I '.84 ,Lincoln, ; t .Fi84.1 tL nGO. nf.t '75, MercedesTempsMark
Jimmy Bowen. ,, *' >- < >'" > '-! '
,' fo become' involved in the program ( :' ; ; 'VIII, :i"=S-fiuixi >".:f,* 240'L.3295E '
,a citizen is asked to register, < ,- ". '< ",.'''', .m, t,>,<
: '1 0 '? >f"x ;':? i>..<'< v-"
with the Police Department, then' 'y Ar '.d":: p :"" ?"" '>7V "
"j 2, .. ;tt>'::.& :$; 4
call in before 10 a.m. each day. [ 5995 4''95 $3495Used
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will ) Dr: Di:: : <: Dr.
,check on those citizens who have

'a not police called officer m. If will there visit is no the answer,I '84 Cutlass r ;'83"Toyota;' ;:} f ,'80 ,MercuryZephyr ; 'lf BQm 'lYmQuth,

'. residence._ Chief Bowen reminds the public .Supreme 7'' i>,:Y' >t':"f: Strict:'' Wgn .'A';z1'; t '"HO"*'-Jt." + i1!,tj'YI4' ::{:-"'>>
that the service is available. <: ;: <" ; '- : : 0; ;
: 2.995r:;:f'4- 4'ttS'tfs' 1I'40 '!i" :"
Skill. $2995
No Job, $3495. ;F,: ? L : : ; >;?!' ;:
i Dr. '
,Job Corps-::Training slots are < :r _; ." ._, ;;.tv-
available m health occupations,
plumbing,welding, business-
clerical, auto mechanic and other Truck Specials
skills for men and women ages 16 .__.
through 21.Obtain "
a GAD, earn spending
money and savings money and] ,1984 Nissan '83 Ranger, ] ;

make Room a and good board life,for clothing yourself..' Kin cab '4x4 5J .{4 4"xLS.t4{ f Pick-Up

medical, ., Ii' ,.
allowance, transportation, .', ;j < O.> 'H /"
.' '
'" "''''''' "" """" 1 'v"'w. ;'"
and dental care will be provided.' ,.l -, .
.1"/<<*,.. : :;"" Low $',
5995 '
For more information, visit the ; $7495;:Xf'
Job Service Office at 1430 South : ': !' : !:r" Mites 3995L"
First Street,Lake City, or phone -

Irene Pearce at 752-3121,; 482! ., <,GMCC',2O; .;* 8O, Datsun ,\:.!,,;.:4"S"19X; "F'10Cy? )(;(, '.73. Ford

Upcoming... ::". ick'up if.8 t .Pickup t7rr= :6Pi. C kup, ;:'f rym; F '100'ji '

scheduled in the ji;
coming Public weeks meetings are: o. \, .h";;' $.,rJl9'g'5Y'iA-p $2495'(2tlt, 9 5'"i "',:.":! Starke Zoning Board, Thursday; ( ,1' June 30.7 p.m., in City HaltPalry


964-7200 473-FORD
371-1096 388-FORD
Keystone Hgts
Starke Gainesville Jacksonville
account for 29 percent ,
of an food consumed In theU.8. 209 W. Madison '



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, Development' Croup Tour...

KH Co. Goes Worldwide ,

I ? By ,Anne SponholU County Development Authority and Busy at W rk..,
LRM Editor Keystone Heights City Council got Tbece Boda Manufacturing work en
', Dave Mullis describes the. a''first hand tour of the operation; t are busy constructing one of the
., ,',' operation'of whicffhe'is a part as a The day began with a breakfast at = { y, a company'. sell powered and
fairy talc. Perhaps it's more a fairy Keystone State Bank where bank self ulcleat container for deliveryto
f; '" ,' talc Come true. President Jo Reed introduced Bocla one of their ever-ecpandins. ll"t ofeuctomen
;;:.: "" '. The operation'' Boda Manufacturing. President ,Bertha 1 world.Mlde.'
1 1b The unite require no outside
I Manufacturing,an operation located ,.Bodcnhcimcr and gave thi'co'mpany + keep their content cool for powrrto
'I"" 'i at Keystone Airpark. Dave who is a warm' welcome la' the Keystone Y travel condition.
from Keystone Heights is one of Heights business community.Mrs. .
the originators the manufacturing Bodcnhcimcr explained that
I ,, / company This past week, area business See page 4B

, t (coders. .members of the Clay
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High atis -climber... t.J \, 1 C 1k 1' I 0 N ''I

Jenny Green (left).up........
mother Fae,not to mention the rest A FESTIVAL OF FLORID/0 FREE
of the family,when he took the''
high road late one nightu on the
.'l i: ,roof of her grandparent, house,, VACATION AT THE OF WITH$299 PURCHASE OR MORE
'." ( ;:; 'WORLDS FAVORITE WON ''%J "
' .
'il ToddlerClimbs ,
;":',;", i\'"/,'; MIAMI BEACH.. BEACH.
it E1IW.3DWR
14 CU. FT.

.'. 'r the ?i.iilwil; _.. REFRIGERATORExclusive i'I.: 'I./f'!:; 't

: For r 10 year

,,' golden warranty

,'',/,:::;,:',\(,,"' Sky I Frost-clear convenience -: : I

Optional Icemaker
;,';;''i:,' ':",' >" .
:1'. .
: $ .
'" ',,,'.' .
II Mark FriedlinBCT
I. ; By 'r.'*"'" ELECTRIC 3 9 9 ..ll."ll"ll1',1 /. \
''' \ ,'." Staff -II
' ,"'< '. Writer'' 24 CU. FT. ,g;, '
f ; Beth and James Olive of Starke' I'j
:; \\" : Equipped for optional'.r.
:"i" \\\I'I\" \; '",1 ,.""hve an adventurous,23 month-old l.1.'Pi.lautomatiC: icemaker q ; ,!.:/:!?:,..::.;
""ii;p:;:YI":y'T';' ';":J', daughter named Jenny Eliza. '
Wf.ff Glass cantileveredshelves $ 1 *W's%
i% ;t'" : :" :; found out just how .a.IJ'3 GIBSONFAMILY

1\", ".,,'r,1'I I' ::"\ ,:, ','adventurous ,' could,be;several )%.%. %.. 799 "'.b .1. SIZEWASHER %. .;}4.r..
"t; R
weeks : ::!'f.,?/,::: ,fGibson !:l 'l.j'! : :
: ago. r:;
, ':' I ,' ,' ''It began,according td mother Bcthsaround '*" 1 % tM %i %

6:30' a.m. one morning .f.... ..;..1.!..i.'if... ******! 'I',,' WHOLEHOUSE 2 cycles-3 position ,Mf.. !.'fj. ?.:..
. ', 'when they awoke to find their ..:WJ.i7. f I''::I D- PHILCO COOLING 18,000 BTU ExclusivewarrantySaves Yi t;:
bed I
: from her with'
daughter missing ? : '
:;j.r/:!'! : I energy automatically : /i.i
," ", 1 not a trace'of her' to be fpund 19" COLOR Efficient; comfort control $ 2 9 9'l.qiI
'.'. : 'anywhere around the house, fl r TV
" "An increasing sense of panic fell tug $4994OOO32OOO
aver parents James and Beth as they> .. ax.fa..n Wgn=woo U>*
'. \ .:i.1.!..::,,:: Handom occ'II, ,( :"''":'::':;':'
looked in every'possible place in Cham*icafvlW'tg $ MATCHING
", ,,,' ',' ., .the house"around the yard and ,in 2 4' 9 BTUAIRCONDITIONERS'' DRYER
:<,I 1, ,I I'\ widening circles on their block., Jj i $ II
'j,'!;.";' ,'"" ,' "I 1 was, in a'panic; Beth Olive said. on display. 238
,:, i,: ';,' } ,"We couldn't imagine what could '$i :'M YOUR CHOICE ..."do SALE "fM
/,',j ;:.h',:,: have happened to her. It's the most ? Quasal :
', : : t GAS OR ELECTRIC : :i. :.% :::
,1/; ',';: terrifying feeling a mother can go :%<',,,, GENERAL '",,W
;. "'" '. ''IN''''; GENERAL ELECTRIC 25-CABLEREADY :"". ",.
, .; ',' 1.through Finally"'as,believe\ the me.word of Jenny's1, i *{ ?J RANGE CONSOLE TV :_I ELECTRIC #. ?t.f flli. '

':',', ,,:.. '.disappearance spread,: her :/...:....-:.:..'..,"/''!.:."".; .. Full Removable width oven door .;152 channel 4,'000 BTU ,..:...11.1.1if. .,..........:,:' '
I ;/ : storage.drawer i /'l.i/f.I:': ;
grandparents Bob and Fayc Green, capability
'I, were alerted and walked out in their ,$%%titi! $ Remote control ( ) ,11 Easy volt installation- amp,I, :Wj: ;
yard, just down the street '/:::' fJ:..1 299 Hi-contrast picture 499 :r :.W!."':;'
from the Olive residence. : ; tube s

As they turned to look around they 188uuo .
,'" were astonIshed".?.to''see a small, ,-'
'? ",",. white figure high up on their roof, ;t.# fi1@7J;
I'" ,which was being repaired by James '!
'i', and some other men the day before., _
' : .It was Jenny sitting up 'on;the

;;"u".,', ', .shingled unconcernedly surface over 20 feet playing above "...:'...::05r,........,.. ON SCREEN. PROGRAM VCR HI-FI STEREO VCR ?..,:..::17giiMi .....,:;......

,I'" ,', \ ,"..',' ,''h the ground just a few feet from the ,"/ ;: 38functionwiretuning- $ 4 Heads !$ //!:11:
" "? lgc:, ; ; ;; less remote 299 43 function 499 C
"She had been dying to get up on On-screen remote, O
.. the roof'with her daddy the day,
before," mother Beth said;"We had .

no idea how much she really. ,wantedto .:::i/i; {If.:? STORE HOURS Save 90 DAYS SAME :?;.'7 i W
get up there. :: f % AS CASH-$1500 ::;::; ''::<<0

The most startling'' think about the }..:/.,:;;:t/ii! MON-SAT INSTANT CREDIT :.Ni7i7.:. ......./.
early morning 'climb 'was the f9AM-5PM TO QUALIFIED .:iii: !. ,
'distance Jenny had to go to even get BUYERS
'to the ladder the steps of which she: :..
can barely reach.
'The youngster climbed out of her 1:1. I

bed 'with everyone asleep' in the
.:' ,housc', .weot through the living GAS & APPLIANCES ,

") room; out the front door, out the .m'i4l7/li: PRIOR SALES GAS DECK '1\01 : .ri.1,1"X:7.ii ; .:
I .!, ',, gate of the yard, crossed the street ':: : %''i2 EXCLUDED COMPANYt :% ::0- ?
",..,. ., thcn 'walked dowr. the street for 1103 8.
" ; .0"0. "" 'more than a block opened another

'1, 'gate, ,wcnt around the house, ,then .IJIIJ r'- ,
.lj.Sf. >>
.r r. r.. :. :-
See.s. :.:... ..:. r J J;.. .:.. .:r:.l.:......t.:.r.. .t..:........r....:.. s J..

Jenny '..28


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Danger,Signals of Retiring WW II Veteran Has Rich MemoriesFortyfour I

"Pinched Nerves" years alter fie wa inducted Owens story Is filled with irony. 'the group I was in was sent to Camp ing to rejatr a story about "World"
into the Army at Camp Blending He is now a member of Headquarters Hood in Texas," he said. War 11."You. "
t.:,Heodocr- 7.,Hip Pain Florida, SSgt. Leonard''Pappy" Battery, 2nd Battalionk "After basic training,1 was sent to never knew when yea were
:2 Low Back Pain 8 Tight MutclM will the Bronze 116th of Lakeland Strike New "
3. 9 Pain Down Owen receive Artillery Camp"Lucky in Jersey going to be snot at, be Mid "To*
4,ShoukJw Muicl Spawn Pain 10.Neck FaIn Lees y Star, a few itepe from where his Florida, where he 1* the Metro Sec- ,and a week later I crossed the Atlantic enemy was everywhere."
6.N.JmbrwM mMana 11,Numb Fine military career began. tion chief. on the Queen Mary, a cruise Ship Owen got to the war Just lIB the
6.outline 1Z Numb To. Owen is the last Florida National The presentation of bIB medal was that had been converted to carry Battle of the Bulge was coming to an
Find out now whether careful Guardsman to have fought in World delayed until May 27, 1988,when the troop,"he added. end. "1 drove a truck: to the front
War 11 and he may be the last active was to be assembled on "There were about 1,800 enlisted lines," be said."Let me tell you, 1
professional( chiropractic; care can soldier in the United States Armed the same parade ground where men on the chip and about 400 officer was scared to death."
,relieve your aches and pains Dr. Virgil Berry ,Force to have served m that war. Owen was sworn into the Army. *. We went to Glasgow, He wa issued an Ml rifle when he
,MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED His ,receipt of the Bronze Star For Owen,the day was a highlight Scotland, and from there by tram to' got to Europe but later when a
comes 43 years after it was earned in of his military career. South Hampton, England. A short member of bIB squad was woundedhe
964-8018 northern France and Germany. "After they administered the oath, time later we went by boat to wa saved a BAR. "It wa a better -,
STARKE CLINIC Owen, who was notified of his a Sergeant divided the 700 of us into France he said. weapon than anything we nave
award last year,said that "It was a two groups, one group'stayed at The grey' haired Owen is mild now," he said, "1 wore one..of them
864 N Temple Ave. (Across from Pizza Hut) surprise" Camp Standing for basic, training, mannered, slight of build, and WIllCELEBRA'l'E out during the fighting."
Owen i* reluctant to talk about the
fighting He I Ia much more interested
in bowing bIB memorabilia. Hi
Selective Service Card from 1944 is a
prized possession as is his certificatefor
award of the Combat Infan--
tryman's badge.
,: The men he serves with in the
Florida Army National Guard like
"Pappy" very much. -He's always
aid that if you have a problem to
.I come see him and we'U work in it,"
I said SP4 Kenneth Adda, Jr., -He's
helped me solve a lot of problems."
'. RIGHTS pappy I* always positive," Ad-
das said. "He's always telling me
W l>zn-D x that things are going to get better.'
Owen says that a lot of things have
changed since he first Joined the Army
'The weapons are lighter
V today," he said. "The youngsters
., coming into the Army are't as,
woos physically fit as we were when we
H MK4"a '* .TA M I. ,'
UT *> >< *W Joined the Army
Owen said the country was'united
JULY 4thThe during the war
"When the Japanese bombed
Best :our to Pearl Harbor they forced us into the
family .
yours. war," he said. 'That united the
Quality ',you can count on. Variety and PRICES, GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING. WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:, American 'people especially since
the Japanese negotiators in
the Lowest Total Food Bill around. .M WALNUT.T.-l-. STARKECtMTtfUMU PHOMT- _..,) Washington when they nit Pearl
Harbor/' he added.
FOR YOUR SHOPPING Owen said that'from the time he
STORE CONVENIENCE ALL STORES arrived in France to the end of the
I WILL BE OPEN REGULAR HOURS. war he was constantly under attack
MONDAY' SATURDAY "The Germans attacked us by au
JULY 4th all the way to the front," he said. ,
8 A.M. 10 P.M. "We slept 'when we could, ,We

SUNDAY PRICE GOOD VENT VUI stayed in pairs, one slept while the

8 A.M. 9 'P.M. JUNE THURS.WED.30 JULY 6,.,1988 HARVEST'FRESH $128 other D rations kept, C watch.rations We and ate Class K rations A ra-,

e 'tions when we could get them/' he

POTATOES >l 10-LB.< ,saId." We". washed above possible' and '

: WE SELL ONLY U.S. CHOICE AGED BEEF vi., sock below otten possible but and we seldom changed got our a

bath," he said laughing. ,"I
'; remember one night we found a
Y' ; WD BRAND 5-LB. HANOI PAK PKO., Nature Makes' The Produce, clear stream and my squad formeda
f circle around it and we would
bathe one at a time/* '
HAMBURGERGROUND Winn-Dixie Makes The Difference' Owen remembered a small city in
THE l98C Germany which the 84th Division apfproached \ ,
BEEF .. '
BUN'S LOVE". .' dHC i-.1. 1 GOLDEN CALIFORNIA The whole town had white clotb
IA WI5IIINtTON STAlE flag everywhere.The Burgomastercame
$7 18
WO ::!ir. '
BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF out and told our commander'that

STEAK '. . ., '., u $57. SIRLOIN $22. .J" CFLMONTE $ 88 ,as we entered; the town a group of SS,
? u. tanks attacked us. We took the
USD*, INSPECTED (.,1.'PKO.) \ FRESH PINEAPPLE MH: .' '\., 'cmilanawnn us and called in artillery -,
, FRYER SWIFT HOSTESS 48DELICATESSEN PRIME rire"and leveled the town" he

;' DRUMSTICKS < ? .,., u 68 CANNED HAM $898' L I. NATURAL'QQc "' ,said.
MUSHROOMS ., SS IO Owen felt pity for the German peo-
FRYER BEEF $ i"I cannot understand why the German .

:,. THIGHS, ., ., ,. La68e PATTIES ,. : . \a 498 & BAKERY army treated then own people .
( the way they did. They could steal
I their food and leave them wtinO
Owen maid that following one
FRYER fight near a nvber crossing that his
39C'I squad leader thought thet he had
FAMILY PACK been kikked."There was a lot of confusion -
r LEGQUARTERS during the fighting"ne said.
LB. "Most of us were young," Jhe
'. L LEANMEA-r; '' ... BAR-B-Q $ Q 9 9 anti saod. "my commander was only 23
(SMALL SM-163. t DOWN) "" :,ii.IoI .1 SIAl ii Ills yeras old. We. were scared all the

PORK LEAN BEEFSPARERIBS ...!:. ,'= S SPAIIIIB DINER EACH 9 :.UWOffllQIIUII urouiouuoUttM tune.In 1950" Owen was dischargedfrom

SPARERIBS 4 .....CfOII''j: the Army Reserve and in 1955 he

r. \ pE1IpINNER.... FRESH as ED" PLAIN, POPPY W SESAME SEED Joined the Flonda Army National
FAMILYFRIED ".1CIC' Guard in Daytona Beach, Florida,
" $157 7 i $ i 7 CHICKEN ROLLS..6 99 his hometown. He lift the Guard in
01LB. 1962 because he had to move to
., B. ,DINNER another area He rejoined the Guard
"FRESH BAKED" $1' 99 in 1977 and has been in tl\ The men

WD BRAND US CHOICE k ::i iii APPLE PIE r' .,i .' N'CH' he serves with in the Flonda Army
Up '
BEEF BONELESS WD SPECIAL TRIMMED $ 9 9 National Guard like "Pappy" very
TOP SIRLOIN % WHOLE ::1a'kSAlJ. ''TWfIJ/ 8 or' much. "He always said that If and you
$329 have a problem to come see him
STEAK HAM ,::5FU1E1nuo"E TURKEY BREAST ,, n, we'll work in it," said SP4 Kenneth
Addas,Jr., "He's helped me solve a
(L-1 lot of problems' ,
/ REFRESHING SAVINGS ."Pappy is always positive," Ad-
$397 97 !! das said. '"He's always telling me
... '
IL 'that things are going to get better/
'"K PRESTIGE ALL VARIETIES Owen says that a lot of things have
WD BRAND PEPSI ,changed since he first Joined the Army -
SPICED ,$ PORK =" ICE CREAM .' 'The weapons are lighter
20989e 'lo.ll.$1990' COLA today," he said. 'The: youngsters
LUNCHEON., u, SPARERIBS. . coming into ,the, Army are't as I
MADISON BRAND CHICKEN 96 .. physically fit as we were when we' y
BOLOGNA or PORK $2 21l. 99 Joined the Army."
lo.ll.$980 HALF' Owen said the country was united
FRANKS. '. u RIBLETS '. . GAL during the war..
CORN Pearl Harbor they forced us into the
DOGS . . ,. & $399, u. 199' ICE CREAM CHEK American war" he said.people'"!especially'hat united since the
WO BRAND ,SANDWICHES, "" the Japanese had negotiator in
.. Harbor"he added. ,
MEAT WIENERS' 2 '$ 97 68 Owen said that from the time he
PIZZA 'OII' armed in France to the end of the

m' 'ALL VARIETIES REGULAR, LIGHT EXTRA GOLD war he,wa*constantly under attack.
$ 9, $ MADISON HOUSE 00, or ,KM regalia .
21 168 3 .... $1 COORS

: La -,_":' to I POTPIES : SIll BEER Jenny..

wo BRAND llZPK.Vn.. '
$499 Ines pap
HAM. ',' . 11..$289PW OSCAR MAYER $147 DIXte DARLING CANS climbed an extended ladder to the' J

PORK' LOIN' FARMSTEAD BONELCSS BUNSBARTLES & JAYMES I boost herself at the top of the ladderto
PORKSPARERIBS $ I PORK get on the roof where she then

. 7,' CHOPS ... u $397 + BAii y i WINE COOLERS began playing "where she. saw, her ,
MADISOM. TURKEY < 4PK. Daddy the day before."
BOLOGNA or COUNTRY STYLE 2 $ 89 12 u.0TL1. $318 "When she saw us coming she

FRANKS. . u' 89 RIBS. . . u $39T F.- 'called out 'Jenny's going to fall!'
'Beth said. "We froze then told her

ii i ,not to move while we went up that
ir i ladder as fast as we could climb.

r! She It was was the fine.first" and hopefully the
Fresh Product and
Clean Stores
\1 last upper story job for Jenny for

while although her parents might 'Abe

wondering if they, might have
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'r; direction of herself and her son requiring cooling, for example,, Presently the operation puts out,
Andrew who is vice!: president. when they traveled aboard ships or, kits.With an eye always toward the
Andrew then took the floor and at ports were dependent'\upon'an, future the operation' is looking
r l gave a brief description of the electricity source, Therefore, there forward to producing the entire unit.,
6 1A company's beginnings and was, a constant dependency on There are several options availableat
introduced ,Dave Multis who is in electricity. Boda is changing the the present time.The unit can be,
'charge of Research 'and world of transportation .by mounted underneath the container or
Development and Richard Crane providing diesel generator units for hangs on the front wall., With a
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The group then headed out to the When the business first openedon the unit can be removed or attachedto
''a. w tv airport where Bert Bodcnhoimcr, Commercial: Circle the operationwas the container in less than three
Bertha's husband and technical making prototypes.It minutes which was demonstrated'
advisor for the company gave a tour wasn't long before it became during the tour.
of the Operation. apparent that more,room was needed 'The. company executives
in emphasized its desire to be an asset,
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I Hampton Man 's.aQbby..Produces: Apple. Orchard In: Bradford, ,

although he planted his orchard as a says. .
\ by Goodge
be Other than the "frostS Hall says his
BCT T hobby, he believes there might,
Beauuful golden Correspondent orbs enough of a market here tor someone biggest problem is the deer, which
tile slender hang heavy'on -iH tssf- / to go into apple production in eat about :30 percent of his crop he
boughs of 80 young apple -4fc&r earnest. estimates But he doesn't really
trees, tempting all manner of *
warm-blooded creatures to wander 4 JgFAH "I'm no expert, though; I'm really 'mind since hiS orchard is simply a
through the orchard and nibble .on : just learning myself, ,he says "t've challenging hobby.
," the sweetly delicious fruit.Bobby' .Vj relied on help irom the Departmentof Hall says that m spite of the dry
all ot Hampton he yj4 Agriculture and the University of .weather, He hasn't had to irrigate
says Florida (Institute of Food and the apples as he has his grapevines
simply can't the deer out of his *
fei ; Agricultural Services-lfAS)," Hall "They could stand a little water
young apple orchard, but can'tblame
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them," he continues,you"tne says there is all sorts of literature now, but they're not suffering he
ap- published on the subject but he also notes, "You have to water the trees
ples are delicious. The deer aren'tthe
gleaned a number of helpful ,hintS really well during the first six months -
only warm-blooded creatures fe ni5 .ter and ideas from older people1''lt\ the : : they're planted, but we don't'
who can't seem to resist a nibble, % ,
however, as many two-legged illrr bile a *i < 4*. area, experienced local gardeners! waterthem now,

creatures often stop in for a sampleof M'i, -f '** t W
Hall's apples. Hall 'says,that one' secret to His lie also notes that he had some
Everyone' told Half ''that apples '* 'fl J* success was in Imding a 'good trouble in keeping the grass from
wouldn't grow m Bradford County y -v iss reliable nursery to get nis trees' 'growing around the trees. An apple
but he has' certainly ,proved"everyone" 4q from. "You need a reliable nursery, tree's roots are very near,the sure
wrong with his small orchard you can't just hunt the best bargain, lace of,the ground and grass .1N1ij'J
of Yellow Dorsett and Red An- or you lose out in the end' he notes, steal the moisture and nutrients the
na apples, Just nou becoming ripe' You want to plant a tree that ham t tree needs Unless it is eliminated, he
enough to harvest. been in a pot tor a long time."" notes. Hall says that other than
"1 was told a million times that Hall says he tikes to plant,In,1M Keeping the trees "ringed" with
this simply isn't apple country, that '* .. \' fall of the year when the sap is down. bare earth, all he does for-
I couldn't do he "It '. "On flat land like tmdin Bradford -
It. says, became .1 you maintenance of the orchard is mow
\ a challenge. it makes you try a little ', ,..,oW / I' 1 County, there's a lot of moisture between the trees. "
harder when someone says you can't f:' k4 j 'e:'I' ,. ,v; ,I, in tne spring and tall,' he says. However, Hall has put a lot of
do it." 'x .1'.: ', fj'' '* ;: ; ;\ / t',, /'v'.' ;I''' '' '1't work into this hobby ol hiS, in gettingthe
Hall started his orchard about "., 7'""I' ,: ;,1,, : Hall says he plants his trees irt' orchard started but years from
three years ago. A natural interest ....::.:,. : rows,wmcn have been mounded up now he'll be able to continue to reap
i in making things grow led him to with shallow drainage ducncH, between tne rewards. He has proved to
take up a hobby ot growing things kh tne rows because ot 'the.. himself and to many others that you
particularly fruits, In addition to the moisture should never accept that something
apples, he also cares for 112 A good crop of apples came in last l "just can't be done" You never
muscadine grapevines ,and 650 .,.' 7r 'year, the second year of I lIall( '.01'- really know that it can't be done until -
blueberry bushes. He says he plansto ? chard experiment! ",We didn't ;do you Try'.
add 250 ,more grapevines very t'' + mUCh the first year, out tile third
soon and is preparing the land tor .. i .* 1. wr"* f Ti' V year '(this year) tne apples caIne\' itail says nis'orchard has reward-
them now. F.xamlnln.thc, Crop...' real heavy." ed"' him tor his work,' not. only m
He started out with four or five apple Hall walks the apple trees In the orchard he Hall says he had a minor problem'' delicious fruit that can be enjoyed by
trees and when lid saw the trees Gardener-Hobbyist Bobby among young with the trost killing some pi tne his tamely and friends, but in other
begin to do" much better than he expected has planted on his property Hampton. Hall, has planted two different kinds of blooms so that the apples will not alt, ways as well, the most rewarding
he added' more. Hall says he apples In his three-year old orchard and Is this' year reaping an abundance of the ripen at the same time and will have' thing about this orchard coming
knows apples ..are unexpected i be harvested periodically He' the and
< Jo i up my drive in spring seeing
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crop ,in this area of Florida and fruit ". .< ..,,. ''J ',' -" ." -" could have harvested alt of then at tile trees. They're completely
.. ... t'iIJ '" / : ,". once if tne irost had not killed part ot covered with (blooms, like a
''j 1' .. : : ;: ;,'). ," \ the blooms and forced some oi the 'dogwood, and 'they' are Just
\ ," ... > \. ',.f' :,'. I,:. : '.,'. -'><:rI/\; trees to put on blooms later than1 beautiful," says Hall, "fhere'S a-tot
.I I, r' .,'.; ..y:" :'1-\ \: others. ot satislaction in seeing something
Yt" I 1 ;t q r \, '-.;" 1 ; ,1 :-' :':,,'.\,. ;'ti, \t's: ; .- ""('ve got'three or tour different you've planted with your own hands
\ 'iI. .,. i,:!, Bradford,Fruit.U ''' ,ages' .of apples out( here now, ,he i growing green and beautiful.
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.Although all of them are
: if .... .*: '' certain .
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of the will have
,,> 'is, .. J portion .
their fruit turn red itripens.
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: 18 of .32 Plead Not Guilty in Reverse Sting i fOOWS'Open to the PublIc JlatofWeekKeep "

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Eighteen!: of Ute 32 person are George'James Carle!: counts I and John Clayton Garvm,counts I and The rover stung vuei Uuu <*.* Your Catch
1 rested April 22, m a "reverse sting" 11 U. set up by the Bradford County
operation in the Reno section: of William C. Heed' count f, count John Russell Rauiersonr counts land Sheriff, with the help of about 1$ ofCatf'ah 1.150 m.
tarke, have submitted a written Ill-Possession of less than 20 gramsof 11. agents from Duval county. The sting
plea of "not guilty" to the various caimans* count iV-possession of David Jim Browning,counts 1 and ''was located on Thomas Street, ., Can 964-8471Taclde
drug charges levelled against tnem. drug paraphernalia,count V-dnving U. behindThe Apartments" in the .Bait flc: ,If Ton Don't Want to
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similar counts: Count 1,urcnase: or September, according to Assistant about 8 p.m. until 1 am, about 9 Available Fish For Your Order
possession WIth intent to purchase Patricia Ann Dinkms,counts and State Attorney las Waratuke. Noneof noun
cocaine,and Count 11, Possession of 11. the defendants appeared m court The operation used about 20 persons
cocaine. Other charges nave been Belton Jones, counts i, 11 and 111 bUt their pleas were read to Judge in addition to the Duval County
made against some of the defen carrying a concealed weapon. George H. Pierce, sitting as Circuit delegation, including all Bradford
dants. Ancil C. Tetstone,counts I and II.. Judge In Starke. deputies,jailors. FHP. Departmentof
snerry Elizabeth!: Alvarez, counts land Julia Griffin, counts I and 11. Corrections and Naval Intelligence TULLER
II.Kalpn. Sandra Ideila McCloud counts 1 Further arraignments may be Personnel
Edward Griffis.counts I,II, ,and U. brought before the court as some of The operation started by running Chiropractic Center
and 111- possession of less,than 20 Al Douglas BullocKd, counts I and those arrested are still being reviewed the established dealers out of the
,grams canna 18. U. by the state attorney otfice. area and undercover agents moving Keystone Heights Office
Timothy tyrone Tyson,, counts t Waymon Hampton, count I. Some cases have been laid aside or in to sell the drugs to those who 260B S. Lawrence Blvd.
,and 11. Carl Amos Gibbons, count I. dismissed for lack of evidence or insufficient came to buy, then making arrests of +
A'''''1>"''o Oovingfin., r, f""'t. If evidence. those who purchased the drugs. 473-7213

i Bomb Threat at Riverside Proves to be HoaxA PAIN CONTROL INJURIESeWerkMMef

bomb threat to blow up the ricers of the Starke Police Depart- poUce, in the area were alerted. Edwards !: had done everything we should Neck & Arm :=
Riverside Uniform Co plant on Edward ment made a thorough search Road was blocked off,and remained have," he said.Workers Mid Back .ra
's road was received by the' throughout the plant two tunes on secured: until about 2:30: at the plant were sent Low Back & Leg
Sneritf Otfice about 10 a.m. Monday Monday,and turned up nothing. more than an hour alter the time set home, the plant was shut down. Gas r
,June 27.According. A second phone call, apparently by the caller for the bomb to ex- fuel to the plant was shut oil and the '
,) from the same person, Tuesday at plode. steam tame was emptied so that they
to Assistant State At- about 11 a.m.,said Riverside blows Thorough searches were con. could not add to the explosion, if one ,Da RICHARD C.TULLER
torney Dave ,Giant the caller is today. you have two hours. you tinually made throughout the plant occurred.
thought to be a young female, who haven't looked for the bomb yet,*' said Wiggins.-We called in the roo Plant managers could not Identify 'CHIROPRACTICrCARE
stated that the Riverside plant said Major H. H. Wiggins of the from Camp Blanding,"he said. (The anyone who might be a disgruntled
would ,be blown up Tuesday., at. 1 ,Starke Police Department. EDO is a team of experts on demolitions employee. The area was saturatedwith WHEN YOU
Wiggins says that all emergencyunits stationed at Camp Blandmg on police officers, on the lookoutfor
pLt.. John Hodges. Jr. and other of fire departments rescue and a full tune basis.) ffney told us we any suspicious person in the NEED IT-24HOURS'A
area, Wiggins said. -"We stopped
several cars, cut nobody acted DAY'-'7 DAYS
suspicious or could be identified as a AWEEK

I Customers at Lil' Champ Foil Rape Attempt suspect/Alter: the' time for the born! to go G
off had passed without incident, it Office Hours:

Early Friday morning June 24,at where it was known that some lull her. He then forced her-into the was deemed a hoax, and security Mon-Fri 8:30-6:00: pjn.Sat by Appointment
4 itinerant laborers toilet where he was forcing her to measures were terminated.
about a.m., at the 1..1'1 Champ con' were being hous
vemence food store at the corner of ed. SR 16 and US-JO, customers encer- victim, and some clothes describedby coming into the store. The suspect
\ ing the store frightened off an intruder the victim as being worn by the stopped the sexual battery and fled < : '"
: who had forced the clerk into suspect: were found in Andersons the store, the report says. 0 'r'i: < ', BUY ONE. GET' TWO FREE.
the toilet and was forcing her to' possession, according to the arrest The second suspect: is still at large. ,' ,. '
disrobe. report. I He had rifled through the cash Now
taw$2,900onthteYanmvlSrp ,
Robert Lee Anderson, 21, of Two men black males, had register, taking what money was < N .With This Ad.
I Lakeland, was arrested soon alter, entered the store and attempted to there, and also fled.
and charged with Sexual. Batteryand ,buy beer. The clerk refused becauseno Anderson is being the 0 C'iI'> Die and 1?'
False imprisonment.' beer can be sold at that hour. Oneof Bradford County jail,without bail on' pick any two work .Fecb "
Lt. M.' '1'.McClam of the Starke the men then approached the the charge of sexual battery, 'and a rt I Iii
Police Department, took the victim I clerk with a kniie-like object, placing $50,000 bond on. the charge! or false to saving aII* zabsolutory ,
to the Temple .Motel in Starke: II it at her throat and threatened,to i imprisonment../! ;3 Tha workhorsa sel
I Middleburg To Hold July 4th Festivities Fireworks : e O '/lorlaroeJobs.tfMversatile 3 cyinder

The Middleburg Civic Association Blvd. The parade will' begin MHS stadium Middleburg Civic tractor comas with Ag

is sponsoring the 4th of July immediately following the Association is sponsoring the4th 1 x O liras (not shown),3 pt.' II ,al. a ,I. ." .,.,

Festivities Monday. parachute drop. It will begin at the ''of July Festivities Monday. c; hitch: and power lakelft '.

Activities for ,the day include intersection of>Everett Ave. (across' Activities for the day include 4.....ttet L\\,>'- \lt

displays and booths at Middleburg from the Fire station) and BlandingBlvd. displays and booths at MiddleburgHigh ,oft.So f._,
.It will north Palmetto School SR-220. north of ,.;:" ". Blakwtwodft
High School on SR-220, north of run to on ): Equip a.
Middleburg beginning at noon. The, then to Main .Street.back south to'' Middleburg:beginning at noon. The J...;.'1';,..,,ti; C()> Z mant Salas todaybacauMHyoubuy. .. ..'.. .
'Annual J.P Hall Charities/Sheriffs Everett Ave, '
(See XSeeJFJreworksPage" rJt.\-f.\ .' 0 : .
'Auctfott Win begin at 2 ,m.' Beginning at 6 pan.. the-upbeat iy At 3:45: : p.m. there will be a country band "Gretsch 68" will < ,
at the high school until the '1.-4 0 both lose morwyl
parachute at '
drop Middleburg I
E ZWHEELS < '::'j' V Mi Blade '
Elementary School'on Blanding! fireworks display at dusk at the /.i'.:5 "i IIyt < Instant end**90 1 hiss
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I ,>' .. Council on Crime and Deliquency .,Appoints New Officers in Ceremony I

t:" ,'<' :
TIM Florida Council on Crime and rhe 91.5% release factor is now History... The Association stemmed from tenured to focus the attention of its vanety of problems facing the state
Delinquency (FCCD) is a non profit law/' said Bnerton. is only what concern over conditions at Flonda's members and the citizens of Flonda and explored numerous alternativesfor
corporation dedicated to promoting was being done all along," he said. FCCD traces its history back to Raiford prison and its road camps as upon the needs of the state'scriminal meeting such problems' I
nigh professional standards and an "And effective July 3rd, there will 19SS through an antecedent well as the weaknesses of its old Par.. justice systema. Its ecuca- FCC holds an annual membership '
,educated citizenry .in the .field of be a 3% across the board salary increase orgamzaation. The Flonda Probation don Board. tional programs at the state and meeting usually in July to
cnmmatJUltlce. ." Association. 'fnrougn the:yeras,f CTO has con- local level have discussed a wide elect officers, establish policies for
," '.. Chapter V, the local unit, encompasses The Department of Corrections *_.l .Jii.'iJw 4*** t,.e*__ -->,- the organization,' and consider ,
c'. several counties in northeast saw a large increase m approcna-: resolutions on issues relating to
Flonda.At an awards banquet.June tions according to Bnerton. "More Flonda's criminal justice system.
24, held at the training bUilding'of than in the last ten years" In the "All active members attending the
the Reception and Medical Center at last 2 years there has been 9,300 new annual meeting arc eligible to vote.
Late Butler Michael Willis took tne beds appropriated, and about 12,000 tF r,_ During the rest of the year the ac-
gavel to lead the organization for tne in the last 2 W years Three new work tivities of FCCD are conducted by a
year 196S-89. camps and enlargement ,of five a Board of Directors. The Board consists -
Other officers seated at the ban others have also been appropriated s of five elected state officers and
quet were Susan Du ger'' as VicePresident this session, he sand, i the presidents of each FCCD
Linda K. Guimgnam as' The Department of Corrections ors Chapter State officers are: Past
treasurer, ,and Sam, Bassett as, has 110,000 peopld under supervision president, president president
Secretary. or confinement, Bnerton stated, and elect, secretary and treasurer. Cur,
", Willis works for the Florida Parole has 17,000 employees, and operates gEI11Ti_ rently there are 19 chapters,
and Probation Commission as a within a 1600 mIllion annual budget. 1w creating a 24 member Board of
Parole Examiner,and is a graduateof About 33,000 inmates are under r a "J Directors: Carolyn Fuqua is
Valdosta State College with a confinement and about 77,000 are RrtR'I' { i Secretary to the Board
degree in Criminal Justice. He' probationers and,parolees, it was .. r
", previously has been at Florida State said. '
',' Prison working in Security and 1 I"Lfl.TWINTHEflTREStarke
Classification Awards...
I \0 H
Dugger is Director of Pharmacy 'DistinguIshed Service 'Awards 964-5451
,'", at Union Correctional Institution to the following,who .
were presented
',' /t Euery Night
> and serves as Pharmacist tor the in served distinction the 'f Open ,
with in
\\1.,1.;, ,, ,'., 'stitution. She is a graduate: of tne category of the award. .," ""...............r................*.,...,,
College of Pharmacy of the University In.the area of Criminal'Justice, a $2.00 SPECIAL
of Flonda.See serves on several dual award went to the chairman of i'
institutional committees: In-service; the Senate and.,the House Committees Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Show; I
., Education Control and
Infection '
on Corrections, Probations and Tuesday Showing ;
Regional Drug Purchasing ,
". Parole: Senator John Hill and -
GUiimgham is employed by the Representative Everett Kelly. Starts Friday., Jury 1

Devartment Parole and of Corrections was recently Probation promoted Judicial For Distinguished field of Criminal Service Justice in tne New Officers, Installed' for FCCD, Chapter... I It.1 CHEVY CHASE

to CPO-U. at the Gainesville Harris robin; Assistant Prosecutor Edward Sands, Assistant Superintendent of Lawtey'' Sand's left are incoming officers,President Michael
office.She is a graduate of FSU witha was awarded a plaque in' Correctional Institute the outgoing President of Willis, Treasurer Unda Gillingham, and Vice Press" FUMMVIM
degree in Business. She,has been recognition of diligent, efforts in Chapter V, FCCD, li at the podium. Gall Smith Immediate "' dent Susan Dugger. Sam Bassett, Secretary, is not in I
,. District Intake Counselor of Child securing justice in the eighth. Past President it at Sand's right. Seated to the picture.Something/ .. :
and Family Service lor seven years. judicial circuit. I SCREEN TWO .
She has served on the Membership Paul Fuentez, Special Agent with
Committee, Program Committee the Flonda Department of Law Enforcement -
\.'' :, '. ,;, and Fund Raising Committee of ,received the Distinguished Good is Cookin'
'::<' ''i FCCD.
Service in Law enforcement plaque
; /= :, Bassett is Employed as CPU his to'
for work in bringing FCCD... as.(1JjJtLLEDAN1E.
,EVf.!!1' I;, (TAP Coordinator) at Putnam Correctional Justice 32 members of. a 50 or so DUNDEElCSUMMERTIME
\\'I', '',:; ;Irts}; Institution and is a member drug ring. The Flonda Council on Crime and
,i'v.\.\,.;')/ ;.;'\" graduate of FSU with a degree in The Distinguished Service 'in tne Delinquency was chartered by tne FUN MOVIE
,<\ "f. '" Criminal Justice.. He has been area of Corrections award went to a state of Florida in 1964, as a non profit ( { Wednesday,.July 6
employed the Department of Corrections It dedicated to -
by prison Doctor, for the first time Dr. corporation. is promoting '
for 17 years, and has worKed -< Hiep E. Nguyen, at Lawtey Correctional '. high professional standards ERNEST GOES TO CAMP
r in the Business Office, Security Institute, received the plaquefor and an educated citizenry in the field Showtlmes 10:30: a.m. &2 .p.m.
Vocational Placement Center at his service beyond duty to his pa' of criminal,Justice 'J All Seats $100 ?
Santa Fe CCC Lawtey Correctional bents jBBih

,." Institution and, Classification at' Ken'Fuqua received a plaque in; .It has an interest in improving the .( O 301 DRIVE-II1
LWCI honor of his late wife Tom Stone Fuqua : functioning of''the entire criminal\
Guest "WhO was a super active justice system. Its ecucationat programs "+ Stake e 964-7484
Speaker.Speaker :.. ,member of Chapter V, FCCD, and are designed to foster an interchange ; ,' '. .
for the evening was David statewide," said Outgoing Chapter, between professionals in ", ,. <.. Come See Us And Find,Outl : .:f\ Frl. Sat: & Sun
t, 'Bnerton, now Deputy Secretary of President Ed Sands, in making the'' law enforcement,' the ,courts, and : "ih;; + .'. ,;.'.:; :J{ \ ..& ,GOODMORNING',
of Corrections, who presentation. Mrs Fuqua was in a' corrections,' as well as citizen ,
the Department : -
-1601-N.- Avenue '
to work at volunteers. "I. .;.:; Temple <
gave' the membership a comprehensive fatal accident on her way ;, ,
update on tne legislative session 'SP,where she worked as secretaryto : "{ ._ 'c% VIETNAM
the Superintendent J <<:;'fit-;,> Starke Florida t :< ,
1"''t 1'.:''.;!"'t' '.,,: ,just completed ..", : / ,., ,. ,,' ,' ,< [tslAdmission!}

: ::::E::'- : Program, Targets Boaters Open: Adults.................,..:.,* 99 C

>" Sunday Thursday 11 a.m. tit '10 p.m. Children ................... ,50*
."." ;' -
\,, ',,,\:, ""', One out of every '15 boaters on ''a 'vessel under the influence .of' fuel tank, m'us''lave a' tire extinguisher Friday & Saturday 11a.IIL'ill l.p.nt. e RADIO SOUND
), said Col. Brantley,Good-' ; met .ire several other
; Florida's freshwai rs.does not have alcohol; .
,' tile proper safety equipment<< onI' son, the Commission law enforcer -, .. _. .- .. -
',:'"" .1 t I IiandFrestfWaterih.trCommission. -T director. "The bad news is too' -
\ : !r .._ .. .
', "many'boats are operating WIth- improper J .. a \ I"" .
, ,' ,1(: Two months ago, the Commission safety equipment..:-'
i'1' i;,,7:> ,:, '\ launched Operation S.W.A.M.P.: Goodson said all boats less than 16
'JI' .r (Sportfish: Water:Sports and Alcohol feet, In length must have one Coast
",;\i :,,1i j{ r: Momtonng Program), The primary Guard-approved, personal flotation
,:'(t' ,," )" goal of the program is to reduce the device PFD per passenger. This 4I
','.'' ', \\' life seat cushion or
,, number of alcohol-related accidents could be a vest
01, '; :::1', on Flonda's waterways. Wildlife of. nng buoy. If tne boat is 16 feet or
': .'",',"' 'I i ficers also' have been checKing longer, each passenger must have aIde
\, :/ fishing licenses, boat,registrations vest-type ,PFD and the boat LET
'", and safety equipment. must,have at least one throwableseat
., Since April 198 wildlife officers cushion or ring buoy PFD on
,(', f ", have spent over 4,700 man/hours board.
):, r','< ,,,',._ checking more than 15,000 boats and "Another piece of safety equip
," overlooked is the fire extinguisher -
j'<' i' 40,000 boaters. ment often
.,,.' ",; ':: : fhe good news is we've had to arrest ," 'Goodson sail "Any FREEDOM
'" *: only seven people for operating boat with a permanently installed

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,: :' ', :' That's State Farminsurance9 attendStarke- MONDAY .'

: JULY 4

""'::'\,, :;., : ,Bradford
,"," County's Our Banking Hours
', ; :" "f ,will remain theFreedy'
:: )1 State'Farm own game for Friday: ;
,; STATE FARM The Declaration of Lobby-
,', ,: '. 'Insurance Otm Lm.tD.8p.m.
a .
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Starke. Florida 32091 r birth ,to the', 8:30..8pm,,
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the BUS United States"and, Lobby
Like a good neighbor:: < '' 9 a-m.tfl 3 p.m., State Farm is there. ;, Football proclaimed us'an Drive-In 8:3O-4
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":''." Stadium,0>".."'W ,,., independentnation..
State Farm Insurant*Companies!,Home Ollices:BloomIngton,Illinois
.. The Constitutionestablished'a'system'
of ,

,)) JARVIS free and popular govern- ,"

I ment. 'Ibgether'thesedocuments :

.. FENCE .& ALUMINUM reaffirm our' "

Chain,Link, Wood &':Farm Fence commitment,to demh racy' ". ,

I ..Keystone Heights, ,100 West and, government by the-people., ,

'Take time to reflect on the,freedoms' ';

I '. Screen'Rooms we enjoy"'this':Fourth of July.

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Oral ,Arguments Begin in u-Cap
":,:"(::1,' !.,c, ',,'
; I'
", Lawsuit for Administrative HearingOral
"t, !'''I" ,

\) arguments' to determine At today's hearing, Jacksonville

whether or not !U-CAP (United Attorney Deborah Barton, will
H Citizens Against Pollution) will be argue that U-CAP does have 'stan
Body granted an administrative bearing ding" to request an administrative
on the Union County Hazardous hearing at this tune. Her argument
.is based on a contention that the procedures
waste site litigation, will be field in
Tallahassee today (Thursday) at 2 used by DEE in selecting
FoundIn the Union County site should also bea
p.m.,Attorneys for U-CAP and DER
1. (Department of Environmental factor, and that U-CAP has the,
Regulation) are the only parties to right to challenge the allegedly flaw-
DER and its consulting
ed criteria which
be heard at Uus tune
Lake Earlier this month DER filed a firm, Weston, Inc., used in.
motion to dismiss U-CAP's original selecting the Union County site.

appeal for an administrative hear
pD At today'hearing,'the Division of
ing. DER's action was based on its
The Edwin Yon
body of Tracey ,31. Administrative Hearings will decide
U-CAP does not have"standing"
contention that
who lived SR-18 east Starke
on ,was
not U-CAP has the
whether or
to ask for a hearing until
found in the Canal
Sampson near
private interests have applied to necessary "standing' to warrant an
the trestle, Tuesday morn-
and administrative hearing at a date to
DER for a construction permit,
Ing The at 8:15 a,m.found ,....... .... n.w+rwtnn [''!!'nitt be set later,if granted.
body was floating in the
canal by Dewey Baker Smith,. 'a
fisherman from Baldwin. ',
According to Investigator Don SCHOOL
Denton of the Bradford County ,
Sheriff's Department, ""There no
sign of foul play." DIPLOMA .
The reason for Yon to be in that --=- '- _RiD.
,area remains a mystery. No boat Flero on Fire...
was found, nor any fishing gear. On- The owner of this 1988 Pontiac Faro cpt4 serious Injury when lib ear bunt Into fUme Tuesday near keystone by taking the G.E.D. Test.. For further
ly the vehicle Yon was driving was A fuel k suspected of the blue.'
there, according to Denton. Height park In the .y" cause Information, call 964-6800, Ext. 122. The

The last report of Yon being seen ,deadline for registering Is July 7, 1988.
was by his wife as he left for work News BriefsWalter
,) Monday morning, abOut'' 5:30 a.m. Testing dates and times are as follows:

,He was reported to be employed in Wayne linoaen, 32. on the violation of injunction,1127.50 year old owner watched was arrested Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Green Cove Springs: by, a :Subcontractor : Melrose, was arrested June 24 and on the charge of driving while and charged ''WIth armed
working on the Food LIon' ,charged with criminal mischief. iiscense is suspended, and $500 for trespassing, Wednesday, police & Thursday
warehouse being constructed there.A He was seen slashing a tire on a' the charge of battery. said. 2:30,5:45,8:00: p.m. Each Day
check with some contractors at car owned by his wile, according to Rhoden was declared indigent anda Bruce W, Teschendorf,30, was ar-
,the work site, however, indicatedthat 'two witnesses. His wife, Bridget public defender appointed for 'his rested after he alledgedly climbedover
no one by that name was Lynn Rhoden and Mrs. Susan :Smith: delense. his neighbor's fence and shot
employed there. There may be other told police that they saw him cut the Martha Sweat Godwin 39, Starke, and killed the registered redbone he
subcontractors who were not con-.. tire while the vehicle was parked in was arrested June 25 for driving said was bothering him, said Clay Bradford
tacted, though Denton said. the parking lot at the HRS office at under the influence of alcohol County'' Sheriff's Lt. Tim Martin. ,
An autopsy report determined that Andrews Circle,in Starke (DUD,' and driving with an improper Martin said the dog was''valued at
death. was caused by drowning.The Additional charges of Aggravated tag by 'Trooper Abrams of .about $300.According'. Chiropractic Center
patnologist's report said there Assault,Violation of an Injunction, the Florida Highway Patrol.Godwin to Martin, Ms. Renay S
are no marks, no scratches, no Driving With License Suspended, was traveling east on :SR-100: three Roland said her son, Joseph, 9, saw
"9 bruises on the body, no signs of and Battery were levied, according miles west of Starke. She swerved Tescnendorf climb over the fence' 218 S, Walnut St
I, violence,....none," said Denton. to arrest records. across both traffic lanes, made a and Shoot the dog, which was chained Next to the Chamber of Commerce
'the report also disclosed the body Mrs. Rhoden informed othcer G sudden turn, ran Off the road into a in the yard. Ms. Roland said the
had been in the water for some tune. E. 'Hayes,() Starke Police Depart private driveway and into a chain boy told her he also saw Teschendorf 964-4957 I
The time of death is thought to be ,ment, the arresting officer that she link gate. Damage was estimated at drag the dog's body back over the k :
soon after Yon left home Monday' was threatened with bodily harm by $100. A bream analysis test deter fence with him.Martin said. :
morning her husband at the entrance to the mined her blood alcohol content to Investigators found the evidenceto PAIN'CONTROL '
It IS''uncertain to authorities HRS office. Khoden had threatenedto be.19%. Bond was set at $362,SO. ,be consistent with the story,.
whether Yon could swim or not. "cut her with a Unite, which she Headaches "T
:Some: members ,of his family: indicate \ saw in his back pocket.", A Middleburg'man who is accusedof Neck & Arm'.
he was a swimmer, ,and Bond was set at 11,000 on the, shooting a neighbor dog with a ,See page, 12B Mid Back,
Others say he,could not swim.' charge of, aggravated assault, ; $500 :,.25 caliber: .,pistol while the dog's nine Low Back & Leg INJURIES '


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I Obituaries: ._ lln.lllL AM Ace......


Mrs.Mildred Inlow, PHYSICIANS
trig accident at Sampson'Lake. Survivors include his wife Cynthia Collins of Melrose.
Mrs. Mildred D. Inlow, 68, of
died Sunday Born and raised in Jacksonville, 'Cyndee' Yon; a daughter Misty Graveside funeral services will be THE TEAM APPROACH
Keystone Neights Mr: moved Yon his mother held Friday, July 1,, at 11 a,m. at
June 19 in a local hospital following a Yon to Green Cove :Springs : Yon; a son, Charly ; '
illness. then to :Starke.: He was and step-father, Bernice and Harry Pickettville Cemetery in JaCkSOn- CHIROPRACTIC WHEN YOU NEED IT
lengthy Born in Bambndge, Ga., Mrs. In- employed with Apple Polishing Corkim of :Starke: ; four brothers, ville with Rev. John ''Pollock of 24 HOURS A'DAY 1 DAYS A WEEK
'loW System of:Starke.: He was a memberof James Edward Charlie Eugene, ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral'
lived in Jacksonville for 31
before moving to Keystone Heights First Baptist Church' "IIGreen' Randall Earl and Jonathan Yon, all Home of Starke is in charge, of ar, V1JN 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Cove Springs. of Starke a sISter Tammy, Lynn rangements. '
.4 in 1981. She was" a member of ; ,- 1-.Mo o-ft ;-. .-asMrr.-' +. ,
,Keystone United Methodist Church. .." ," .. ..,., '" l.

Survivors include her husband,'

Norton D. Inlow; her mother, Edna ......
,Perry Davis a daughter, Kary
Jones a sister and brother-in-law,
Frances and Ed Hutchins; and two .
granddaughters, Tracy. L.Jones and i+ r LORIDA

Janine Funeral were held >EST

Wednesday June 22 in the Chapel of
Corey-Kerlin Funeral Home in JONTROLi 4t5 f
Jacksonville with Rev David IP

landers in Arlington officiating.Memorial Interment Park.In was cm HICM.a. M '

lieu of flowers, the family requests -
'memorials be made to- Complete Modern facljltles All American 4!
Keystone United Methodist Churchor I
your favorite chanty., Savings!
'Caring Service
Mrs. Lillie E.MorganMrs.
for your:LovecC Onesi
Lillie Edna Morgan, 84, of PLANT SPECIALS
Starke, died Monday,June 27,at her i Serving All Faiths
,- residence following a lengthy il: Shade Trees:'
lness. Monuments.,Hospital Hot Peppers. ; 4et'Annuats... .77 ,,,$5.99.3:
Born Oct. 7,,1903 in Clay County, Equipment & Supplies Tomatoes' !>,- .Up.' .
.,," '. ; i:: :;u1.t< : ,<'t,
'Mrs.Bradford Morgan was.County.a lifetime She residentof was a, 964-5757' buy one six( ; pack' ;" Daylillies... S |cla1:'east Pglsitkg,:Savanah .

homemaker and a member of Hope .. ..., "4>>*',"<\M $
Baptist Church and the Eastern Star,: getonefree', ;>i4'. $J. 99 M..H', 'H};HoUy ? .$488
ArchIe M. ,. u, > X; : ,t.< .. ....., ,( :.jf' '
Chapter 224..Sur0fvors. Tanner! LFD '.>> ;:{JW y.sAt< -r }><, ."''''"'-:'\>- '. <"4V'1""yK a,
include threedaughters
Rosha :Smith: and Bertie
,Loper of Starke, and Dorothy Hern- r1 die 7a.uce ,9 'ri'o Hie -
don of Lawtey; two sons, Claude A
Morgan of Starke and William H. '

Morgan of Crestview, Ft.', a sister, 1.5.30 J Storks Got Coolers Reduced!
Mattie Nazworth of Gainesville; 11 South '
grandchildren and ',20 great-

grandchildren.Funeral services will be held yF 42 Qt.Sportsman 12 Qt. Wildlife .

Thursday;,,:June 30' at 10-' am;, in -Removable foodBuilt In refreeze bottle
DeWitt'C. Jones Chapel of Starke Distinctive sportsman
with Rev.Gary Heath officiating. Interment tray
will be in Beulah Cemetery Hinged seat tap lid 'Extra thick Insulation.

under the direction of Jones Funeral, -Extra thick 'Full 6 year warrantyInsulation ,
Home of :Starke: ,; I.. ,
Dimon Lawrence Page'Mr. Full 6 year warranty' '

Dimon Lawrence Page, 80, of '
Jacksonville, died Tuesday,June 28? $16.99 _
following an extended illness. I' c9'NA.
,Born Nov. 8.1901 in Folkston,Ga.,
he lived in Jacksonville most of his'
life.. He was .a retired ,machinist i
k Restaurant
from the''Naval 'AIr Station in ,

Jacksonville and was a ,50, year "'Mandarin- Szechuan Cuisine
Mason.) ,
::iUJ'VIvonDelude Ms wife, Annie '1900 fJ Temple i Starke, Florida;, 32091 WEED' EATER
Pearl Page; two sons,Larry Page of Line, Trimmers
I Mandarin and Kerry Page of TORENA.MOTEL.
Keystone Heights; a daughter,Marcia reservations call Line Advance .:Oneyear'lfm1ted Warranty
,Capp of, Jacksonville;nand 9 i For or take .out.. ,.orders' '. : 664-7681 p-N-Go: ,
grandchildren.Funeral ',' Model 1208 Model'1210 Model i212 Model 1214

arrangements were not' CLOSED ON MONDAY! -12"cuttlrg el2"cutIJrIg:: 14""cuttirg
available at press time, but WIIJ-be' ,.S"cuttJ11gpath
held in Foikaton, Ga. Friday'' -20 amp motor path path path
Tuesd'ay eUghtwelght e2.S amp motor -31 amp motor e3.5 amp motor
,Lunch: 11'',p.m.'til 2:3O plm.: eLtghtwelght .Adjustablemotor rotates

Card of ThanksWe Dinner '4:30 til 9:3O assist handle ,180"
would like 'to express oar, .AqJustabIe
thanks for the food, beautiful floral Saturday: 4:30 ti19:3O' 'assist handle

during arrangements our loss., cards A special and thanks prayers to Lunch Sunday: '12 Noon til 2:30t ,1999, $2999' $3499 .$4499

Rev. Johnny Yarborough for a Dinner 4:30 til 9 p.m. ,
beautiful funeral service and to Ar-
chie Tanner Funeral Home for their

help and assistance.All ,
the kindness, concern and love
shown were greatly appreciated and LAWN & GARDEN CENTER
will always be remembered.
'The Family of John Daviod T.) EAST CAI I SICOIM1 OPFN 9-6 964-5745

Sheppard .
HOI r>t H''. !' '
'Tracy: Edwin Yon

Mr. "Itacy Edwin Yon M, of
Starke, died as a result of a drown-, 1 .


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.NOTICE "I] ?05 N,. T.mjjIV SttR9ic..U-j
NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish'
tlonlsts,i travel agents, ticket agents, ed. laundry facilities Included. Video WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should .be submitted -

live computer training placement roam available.. Will accept one child townhouse, carpet, CHSA. 468-1971. to the Bradford County Terwllleqar I .
assistance, financial aid available Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF Telegraph office In and w NEW USTINCI
cor- no pets Palms Aptt.. 2313 N. writing paid In
TempleAve. FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities
respondence/resldenf training. Accredited .. Storke 3209K 10/29 TF paid. From $37.50 weekly advance unless credit It already COUNTRY LIVING. : 3 BR,'2 Bd, family room, 1930 tq. ft.. CHX, wood-burning
Member NHSC. toll free established with this office stove 2.78 85,OOtf
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home acres. $
Hotel, Walnut Past
St. by Office, TF
18007822480.. Headquarters Clearwater Vi mile from city. Nice neighborhood LAWTEY APARTMENTS THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD IMAGINE I 190 ft,on beautiful Kingsley l.ok.1 I A 3 BR IV ba home and a 2 BR, 1
now taking
Fl. 88-314 applications RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Ba MH. The 9f/x360'
468-1323. 10/8TF bedroom property Is 'approx handsomely landscaped with
for 1 a:2: apartments
UNITED TRUCK MASTER truck driver FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities CHSA fully equipped kitchen, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER magnolias, hydrangeas, gardenias, fig trees, etc
training, DOT certification fob placement paid from $37.50 week. drapes, New THI TELEPHONE.. BARGAIN OF' THE YEAR! 262.5' on 301 North by 105' on Washington St.
per 782-3531. Manager Equal
Quittance: financial aid Classified deadline Is
MAONOUA HOTEL Walnut St., by Post Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF Drastically reduced from $91,500 to $78.800 for quick sale.
available., correspondence/resident Office. TF THREE BEDROOM, 2 both doublewlde NOON prior to Thursday publication. I SO CHICI So cheap 628 Pinewood $27,900, could go. VA or FHA, newly
Accredited Classified
training. member NHSC. MOBILE HOMES 2 BR. 1 BATH WITH AC mobile home, CHSA large lot In coun display deadline it TUESDAY, remodeled Inside S out CB 3 BR, 1 Ba.
Call toll fr.. 1-800-346-3112. 5:00 P.M. Classified
Headquarters COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO try. 468.1323.6/9TF : Special display RD. 230 EASTi 2 story CB S frame home on one acre LR S DR combination with

Clearwater, Fl. 88.315 DOWNTOWN .STARKE, 964.7498, THREE BEDROOM 1 Vi bath, clean closeto placement Minimum 1. NOT Guaranteed.for classified ads fireplace, kitchen S one-half bath downstairs, 3 BR, ..1 bo upstairs, CH&,...
charge Is
4/I4TF prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF s.c5,000. easy financing!
15 words for
$3.SO then 15 for
IN TOWN clean 2 BR house on shooed $ BR HOUSE for rent 1331 Blanding St. each word thereafter.. cents SOMETHING NEW I We hove new duplexes for rent or sale. Rent $350 monthor
MOBILE HOMES lot, CHSA, carpet. Prefer quiet work. 964-4799. 2tchg 6/23-30 all four duplexes" for $130.000. "'
Ing adultt. No pett. For appt. to view, ONE BEDROOM efficiency apartmentwith AFT BUILDING 3 units, fenced close to shopping S 43,000
FOR SALE call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month appliances, $.co per week. No LAND FOR SALE 1205 BLANCMNG ST.) CB 3 BR, 1 3/4 boo CHSA, garage, on 3/4 acre $ 45.000I
plus security depositFirm.. 3/STF children or pets. 964-8498. Itpd 6/30, I CONERLV ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10.000 |

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS now taking FURNISHED 1 BR apartment: clean, LOT IN CITY $6,000. for modular LAKE: BUTLER first offering a rare find neat S clean brick veneer,.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY* mobile home applications for 2 and 3 bedroom quiet, adults only. 830 N. Temple Ave, App. '
home ,Call 964-5764 after 38R, 1'It bo, lot 100x135 close to ho.pltol' $45,000
park on Griff loop. Acreage for more apartments, starting at $195 and $215. Houck Apts., 9642358. 2tchg 6/23-30 964-3251. 3/Q7 tin ; S, call .ACREAGE..,...
mobile hornet or lot. $08.000. Calloft.r CHSA. fully equipped kitchen'cableready. FOR SALE OR RENT 3 BR, 2 bath
PLEASANT GROVE AREA off Rd. 325100cr'.loln.Alachua County line S 25.500 |
530 16
p.m.' 964.8970 or 9648705. 1530 W. Madison St., 964-6312 doublewide art 1 acre on Bedford lake
West. 12.9 MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city I 10,000
3/3 TFjo Mon-Frl. 9-5 with lots of extras, $400 acres, half cleared with 2 BR
p.m Equal Housing Op monthly.
ZERO DOWN PAYMENT..Iar qualifiedland portunity. 5/19TF 964-6945 or 9648076. Itchg 6/30 mobile home used at rental. Many BROWNIES RD.i 36.43 acres, owner financed great location I 82,332RD.

owner >>-02... 4tchg 6/16-7/7 SOUTHERN VILLAS OP STARKE'It now THREE BEDROOM, 1 Vi bath CB home In choices for u... Farming animals 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted I 7,000

SACRIFICE 28x60 doublewlde for $339. taking applications for 1 I 2 bedroom city limits, close Southslde Elemen- chicken houses, trailer park, housing HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything 1 $438,000
month. Call 7330213. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 apartments, $199 and $219 month.. tary. $375 month first and 'last subdivision or |lust a ham. with a big tAWTEVI 3 acres, 105th Ave.. good investment S 15.000RD.
A-1 MOBILE HOMES. the notions CHSA, fully equipped kitchen cable. 964-5423 days. 468-2870 nights. 6/23 yard. Asking 29000. Negotiable. :100 ii 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces S 26.000
largest retailer of mobile hornet. ready. 964.7295 or 9644214. 5/26TF 8tchgB/t1 964.6305 days, or 964-8970 and PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RO.l 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50,000

7338317. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 TWO BEDROOM HOMI In Crystal Lake ONE BEDROOM TRAILER. also trailer 964-B8O5 after 6 p.m. 5/I2TF CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100' on water S 19,800 I

GLAMOUR BATH...* tlnglewlde, '88 Homeslte. partially furnished. $260, spaces with full hookups. $8.SO nightly, MOBILE HOMI PARK on Grlffis Loop [ WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Fla. Frontier S 15.000 |

model Cathedral ceilings, furnished, month plus $150 deposit. Now taking or $32.30 weekly or$108 monthly. Lost Hwy 100-A. Starke. Have 4 units and ....HOMES..,
complete delivery and set up. under applications. 9645734. 8tchg 6/30-8/18: Valley Campground 964-3760 Itpd acreage$38.000. for more mobile homes. CROSBY LAKE cedar and stone, lakewood S/D $105,000 I
$169 month. Call today 7330159. Calf 964-6305 days: 964.8970 .
DESERT ISLE MOTEL nice clean efficiencies 6/30 ,
room .
964-8705 after 6 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98ft. onwat. S 90.000
4tchg 6/16-7/7 room available, mobile THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In city near p.m. 5/12 TF: CROSBY LAKE CANAL 2 811.180, CHSA frame S 41.000 |
OWN FOR LESS THAN RENT 1988 home for rent, mobile home parking schools, CHSA kitchen, furnished with "J
| A SMALL.FARM! 301 N.. turn right at NE 26th Ave., end of rood;
doublewlde for under $250. Call today stove, dishwasher/.
space for rent. 7823332. 2tpd 6/30-7/Z $325.9645879or
WANTED 3.83 acres fencedVSBR.' 1 ba frame home, 1532 s.f., 2 barns,
7336068. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED 964.8972itchg 6/30 "
apartment kerosene stove, ceiling fans 35 pecan trees $ 36.000
WE BUY USED mobile homes Call for TRAILER IN COUNTRY 2 BR:2
rent, AC convenient to town; bath nicely -
2'2 S. MYRTLE ST.l. Home S 2 car garage, all new Interiors, CHSA ,
7338317. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 Icebox, stove, washer furnished furnished under shady trees. 1 child WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA $
2 BR. 1 Ba financing available, see to appreciate 30.000
,YOUR CREDIT might not be at bad at you 964-6234. Itpd 6/30 max $233 month plus deposit.' Please write P. O. Drawer 280, Starke,
; 31S N. MYRTLE ST. Neat and tidy 3 BR,,2 boo 43,000
think. Need a mobile' home? Call to. ,TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 347 S.' Thompson 9646714. 2tchg 6/30-7/7 Fla. 32091, 4/7TF
CONERLY ESTATES! 3/2 stone fireplace, 1800 s.f. $85,000
day. 7338317.4tchg 616.77TRADE..TRADE..TRADE..your' St. $225 month. Call 7823655. Itpd TWO BEDROOM TRAILER have to see toappreciate ANTIQUES WANTED, Need Fostoria '
225i frame 3 stall born rewired S
HWY. 2/1 newly 35.500
used American del
; 6/30 near prison 964-5161 or La Casa Sol Antiques, '
mobile home Call' 7330294.,; 4tchg ,!9>40 BUILDING used for store or 964-7650 Itpd 6/30 475-2076. mornings best. 6/16 4tpd 7/7 BRICK 3 I.. 2Vt ba, custom built on 1 acre S 64- .000 |
6/16-7/7 storage. Call 7823655. Itpd 6/30 3/1 HOUSE IN TOWN, 1 yrs. lease, WE BUY ESTATES: large or small la Casa CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club, 3000 s f. on 2 lots

,$" DOWN. $130.10 PER MONTH on 1987 WANTED-SINGLE PERSON to share expentes available July 1, $350'''month plus del Sol Antiques, 475-2076 mornings I GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradaord Dr. $ 38.000

, mobile home. $82.50 per month for lot ; with middle-aged man. In' deposit, no pets.; 3/2 house on the best. 4tpd 6/16-7/7 | 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba Reduced $2,000 $ 23,750
with pool. Guaranteed financing doublewlde," private bath' Must be lake, has washer and dryer hookups ,CARS WANTED 1960s muscle car, Nova 112. NEIL CT.r 3 BR, 1 Bo, carport owner financing $ 36,000 ..
available. 12% APR. 132 months. Call I smoker: For more Information. call portion of yard Is fenced In; available Comoro or Mustang running or not.', I SRir ,r S BR. 1900..f.. 1 acre, 5 yrs: old Negotiable ?

Dave 783-6116, Itchg 6/30 9642286. Itpd 6/30 July I. $450 month plus deposit. 1 yrs., Also. Big Block Chevy..9648175. 3tchg I KEYSTONE: Spanish style, 4 BR. 2'/4 boo 3450 ..f-.lf) 10 acres "
EASY BUY Nice 3/2 doublewlde, CHSA, ONE ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE $200'' lease. William D. Tiffin LIe:. Real Estate 6/30-7/14 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB .3 BR., 1 Ba, 1500 s.f.. wood frame, '

/fireplace} and more. Move or stay on month, utilities Included on South 100., Brokert964-5065sltchg 6CO'I / new shingle roof carpet $ 50,000
rental lot. Pay balance Its yours. Or 964-7255. 2tpd 6/30-7/7 : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Spacious quiet.; country living, 3 BR, 2 b0Ig., FR. Ig.
. pay $1,000 down and assume TWO BEDROOM block house for rent. No klt/DR combo,2000 1 f.j CHSA. city water, 2 septic tanks, ..c. condition. !
payments. 9646849. Itchg 6/30 pett. 706 McMahon St. $200 month, homes tailored to your pay schedule.Private OUT OF AREA Asumable mart 126.000.8" pmts$223.98/mo. Sale priced) $ 55,000BROOKER (
$100 deposit. Call 9645882. Itchg 6/30 park laundry and playground.PINES : 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D extra lot S 44 000 T
soith'of' SRIOO In
SR121 |lust
STATI EMPLOYEES need home close to MENG DAIRY RO.i 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA so near S 40,000
your ''work? We have clean mobile Lake Butler, Call 4962366. tfn/chg OCALA NATIONAL. FOREST Woodedlots LAWTEV.4BR. 2 bo 2 story 1 acre 100 yrs.old S 36.000 |
river S54SO Each. ,
homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF access No
HOMES money down $65.41 monthly. Owner '.....COMMERCIAL....."U
1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF i SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building corner Call; S Walnut St..

"I. FOR SALE NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS, Maggie 3198 '.f"cl.on. excellent condition, live upstairs, have

Volley. Waynesvllle, 1 acre tracts? business downstairs. Best location I Enterprise Zone Benefits.

MATHEWS REALTY THREE BEDROOM home In town, convenient ,,10% down. 10 years to pay. Good i 1.S4 ACRES-301 South 190 on 301.; 94' zoned commercial 9(,' zoned .
..-"" ... location, close i to everything. roads, great views., Century 21 High Open Rural small 1 BR home S slnglewlde, CB.,blag., utility shed S 62.000
964-41469 I IMOBILE Nice lot with variety of trees. Owner Country Realty, 704-926-0891,, icon WALDOi 200x400 fenced zoned B-A ''zf'' 30.000

HOMES anxious. Call today. Roberts Real 88.313t LOCATION. LOCATION This prime commercial location 507 W. Madison SI.
Estate 9646262. 6/2 8tchg 7/21 from could be converted to needs, '
directly across WD
IMS Fleetwood 52x2. 3 2 Ba 20 your
BR. ; Lawtey) acres with 600 ft. Hwy .
I LAKE S 55.000 I
BUTLER 12 unit trailer pork
CHSA. 1 acre near Bedford Lk. 125 frontage
1913 Fleetwood 52x24 3 BR, :J Ba.CHSA. CR 125) 35 acres cleared pasture. *01OUTHl35H.on301.approx.2acrespoisibly4acresO( $150.000
front/rear patio dbl. car CR 125) 15 acres farmhouse S 4 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85.000
garage Highridge Estates, Keystone chicken houses. THOMPSON STr 11.362 ..1.. brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000

HI..; many extras SR 100 W) 13 acres $2300 per 'acre, 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up, 2 bldgs, 240'on 301, grlCltvalu. S 37.000
301 NORTH: by Econalodge 165.01' on 301 $120,000
frontage on both sides of hwy;
301 NORTH approximately ISax approx,220' $125,000 |
HOMES City one acre on Laura St.loom for '

FmHAr Fix up 3 IR, 1 Ba. CHSA several. r..ld.ntlollat.. After Hours

Jenkins St.,.$15,000 City acres, grea location for of- Ann. Terwlllegar Nelson '473-7541

FmHAi Several nice 3' BR, 1V4 Ba, flc... John longford Master Appraiser X sw 496-2291
City SR 100: 3.5 owes, potential commercial
: $23.000 to 39000. I 964-6323 I
Pauline Randolph 1..5.)
Celley Rdi 3 BR, 2V4 bo. CHSA, development area. .... ..
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garage S carport, chain link fenced HOMES ACREAGE Lane. Londo linu must-" 964-7051

yard. Union Ctyi 135 acre 2700 ..f..brick Joy Thornton 964-4223
St. Clair St.! 2 BR, 1 Ba. CHSA with home. C

family roonrv :Alachue Ctyi CR 231, 10 acres pines.,. "
W. Call St. 2 BR, 1 boo CHSA;guest 3 BR. 2 boo CHSA. quiet area.: '

home 3 odl. lots... Alachue Ctyt CR 139 8.33 acres,2800 Wont Ads' Get ResultsAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

Walnut St.! 3 811, 2 I ba; CHSA, I Ideal I ..f. CB, large oaks S hickory.

for the large family. BUILDING LOTS
CR 225> 3 BR, 1 ba CH&A'-an Iocr. Susan M. Faulkner, GRI, CAB PRESIDENT
Little L..... Santa Fei 100x160 tt. lot.
near lawtey, for the ouf-of-townert. '
"new tank for well
septic approved "
'power source to lot. i' !T5LV/l l! & pY"I9c I Accelerated'JZealtr.
Gotfvlew Subdivision! 210x250 ft. lot. : / .

Located Blk S. SR.100 221 W.
Hwy.301.2 Lafayette Street
Bob Mat_ .ws. Broker Andy Jordan Associate

441 W. Modi ton St..Stark. *STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acre) for home or mobile home. Old septic S well :
must be checked.

NW 29TH AVIi approximately ;35 acres of wooded land. REDUCED.: $1200 .

LAVERN Broker H. OUTLAW trees per* BROOKER ocr., something AREAf you 41 could acres sub-divide.on Rood 231' S Road 12-B. Nice. land some large .: [I @"I] 'HWY"301S.Starke FL I

riunkiny of buying orsilling BUSINESS IN STARKE 120x125 let 30x50 building office., REALTOR
? Coll usJ on ocret, close to Starke.
LARGE BRICK, 4BR, 2V* Ba on nice lot, off ........ Rd. : ./ Homes i Lots /"'Acreage'"'Waterfront.

9644522STARKE & Weekends COUNTRY HOME on 1 S acres, 2 story 4 BR, 4 Ba. very nke.. Call S make appt. 1'
I Evenings to see. : '. V 'Farms Commercial

Patty Kay Elder. MKAKrn. *ONLY 1 YEAR OLDi opprox. 1600..1., brick veneer' 2 BR, could converted BEDFORD LAKE 2 BR/IBAVrome;';:CHiAo, Carpet S I
David L Dodge. MSA. CRAHe to 3 S 2Vi bath, beautiful 'lot; excellent' area. '
Two Docks
HI 5t> 9 Drapes Workshop Mobile Home: Let Apx. 193x250 ft,
96 J S37O *83 AIRES ,less than $1400 per acre with opprox. 1500'. frontage.. on 100W; Well a Septic.'

Kay C Waters ( Suzanne KitcluTiRes. I'M ACRE Hwy. 301 N., Zoned CG 11000. SAMPSON LAKE Two-Story Log Home 3 111/2&1/2"; CHSA. Stove, Refrl I IS

i Ice 964 9ll 9ttl b .U .APPROX. 2300 S.F. BRICK VENEER Deerwood' community fish pond fenced Dishwasher, 3000 SF, Well S Septic. -
back yard and utility building. BRAND NEW 3 8R/18A Apartments For Rentl

Opal Oi :ktonHi *HWY. 22SAi I 3/4 acre on paved rood.. Owner financing.MELROSE GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story Block. 6400 SF? up ,to 3.7 Ac I '

: H84 7333 REALTOR! < t acre on Hwy. 26, hat 'lake privileges.U.S. located on Busy 301. y I

Designated Appraiser* SOLAR opprox. 6 acres S several. building., very versatile. property. 3 ACRES-ROOM TO,ROAM 2BR/2BA Block, Formal Living-Dining Rooms I

Your Full Service Kent V. state Office Hwy 3235. Family Room CHSA. Garage, Well S Septic.' '

' 'ill for Residence Farm Commercial : 3 BR. VA both brick veneer. fenced yard assumable mtg. NEAR LAWTEY .2BR/1BA, Frame S 3BR/2BA Doublewlde Like New |

Apprnli *APPROX. 2200 SQ. FT. for only 49900. Immaculate 3 IR, 2 Ba. .many ..-. .w/Potlot S Carport CHSA.. Fireplace/ Well S .Septic,. Owner Finance
tree ing/Good Terms. 6.92 Ac. I
;,A Few of Our Many Listings *ONE OF A KIND Cedar S cypress"4176 s.f.. 6 yr. old wrap around porches CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES ,. 3BR/2BA Block' Living: Dining S Family I

double rock fireplace, pool S nice stocked fish pond with 5 or up to 20 acres. Rooms CILIA 1416 SF. Drapes S Carpet Well S Septic Large Lot.

OWNER FINANCING tow down payment 10% Interest ;3/2 CB convenient to Call far a showing RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR/tBA, SW/MH.In Excellent. Condition Well S Septic I

, 1' shopping schools churches. Over IKXXsq. ft.45000. *TEN ACRES beautiful land, 4 wells and 2 septic. 9.3 Ac. $26.000. land Only 22000. : .
ALMOST NEWt Home on Hampton Lake, Owner transferred. Many amenities. *2 FAMILY BUSINESSSSi buy one or both. Call for details.. LAURA STREET 3BR/1BA Block, CM/AC Units, Stave S Rein, Fenced

HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful' brick home on 1.58 acres, 2300..f., excellent' water. *COTTAGE ON CROSBY LAKES bring your suitcase, everything else Is there, PINEWOOO DRIVE -2BR/1BA Block Kitchen-Dining Combo, Family Room.. |

much more* *NEW 9 BR. 1% bath on 1 acre call for a private thawing. Corner Lot. -
."DEIRWOODi I mile to Starke, quiet development with deed restrictions, over' *TWO HOUSES each with 2 BR, 1 Bath very clean neat houses, on nice: shaded POLK STREET 3BR/1BA Frame, Lot 50x150 Ft., 9500.
'1600 ..... Immaculate. 85000. lots In low $30t.DOUM.IWlDSi .. GRAND STREET t 3BR/1BA Frame Well S Septic 2 Acres.

*14 ACRES MORE OR LESS close to Starke. On paved road, 1.000 per acre. '* excellent condition, privacy fence In town. LAWTEY AREA -3BR/1BA Frame Well a Septic. 1 Acre .

i Y "BEAUTIFUL BRICK, HOME, over 2,000 sq.. ft.. Crystal Lake access c WATERFRONT 100 ft. on Hampton Lake;, LAWTEY -4BR/IBA Frame Large living S Dining. Rooms Porches,.Large
GREAT BUY Starke excellent neighborhood. 3/144, eat-In kitchen and mole:,, RENTALS Lot, City Water, Septic Tank.
!*WALDOt Neat 1400 S f.. 3 bedroom CHSA $34,000.. +) BR HOUSE, L"NAlTMlNT-,. SELECTED PROPERTIES .
BRICK ON MORGAN ROU 9/3. CHSA on two _..., .
*1 Lawt.y.f 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home, 2 Wells. Septic Tank.. Planted Pines.
,NIAT AS A PINS New roof new bathroom, close to Starke. 1 44 ACRES Brooker. Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Terms.. .

TWO STORY Redecorated 1800 ..f., In Starke 39000. .. 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan i LOCATION LOCATIONi In Storke. custom home on 3 acres I t CaU'one"our Professionally: 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Fish Pond Owner FInancing '

L4KU -PurchaM .Train 3 ACRES1. Good Commercial Location on Hwy 16W .

'NEW You pick the carpet, In Storke, 3/2. CHSA. $3,000 down $500 pet mo., Staff Today 4.' ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home. .
*NEW BUCK In Starke, 3/2. CHSA. 1400 ..f., $2.000 down $550/mo. (SOLD) w ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home. $3.000.

NEW COUNTRY COLONIAL /, acre 32. CHSA, dbl garage $2,000 dn.., \EIC 9645069or FIVE ACRES. HWY 301. South. .
$6OOImo. LOT ON HWY $01 SOUTH T Good Business Location,

:LARGE BRICK HOME on Mimosa Dr., near hasp., 2700 ..f.. CHSA and more. LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on me Lake. .
',$2,000 down $700/mo. : LAKE LOTS Crosby S Sampson Owner Financing.t ,
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$14 49 per month. Coll 964.6946, tin Pratt St.. Children clothes, toy, paneled office space. $225 per month. Some, pool, decks, tldewalks. Free SATURDAY JULY' 1 Behind Horseshoe BASEBALL CARD COLLECTIONS Especially "
NfWSPAPER' PLATESi Aluminum. jewelry. Itchg 6/30 473.4961.5119 tfnchg estimates. Call Rob 473-3390. 6/2 Bar Tremendous Sale. Great Bargain. collection from the I9601 or before.

1 l' Measures 24x36", ;75 cents .och. Great HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES hide.a-bed KEYSTONE CENTER SOO *q. ft. office or tfnchg Everything must go. Itpd. 6/30 Will pay. top price Please call

for patchlne and repairs. TELEGRAPH Couch, AC, washer, clothe Across ,shop $220 per .mo. 473-4961. 5/19 Will IAIYIIT In my home. Daytime or 4963680. 6/30 Stchg..7/14

135 W. Coll St 964.6305. from Family Dollar, South St., Ifnchg evening hours Reference available. LAND FOR SALE
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If your' a Medicare' 964-2841"? No weekend, all week Itpd 'ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished 2 Bft .73.3732.3fchll 6/16-30 HELP WANTED''

recipient with' qualifying condition. 6/30 home w/large living room d/r bath HOOFING GUTTERING Tear off haul 1-3-J ACM PARCELS 160 acre farm,
call toll fr.e number for mar. Informa JULY J-3 living loom dining ..t. large deck overlooking lake. Dock 1 away and replace. Quality work.
would make nice horse farm low GOOD PEOPLE GOOD PAY ,. GOOD
laundry facilities available *
tion. 1.800.445.4174. fcorl 88.316 473-291) Reasonable
stereo speaker 1 bed mist Item, rates Call Keith 473-0768.
3/26 down payment owner financed. Approx. -* BENEFITS Came In and talk with u*. ,
ALICIA HAY In rolls under born. Delivery 6/30 ,
419 Broadway St. 9642443. Itpd 6/30
1 BR COTTAGE Furnished] 1/2 acre, paved rood. with 2 lake Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd
available, Arthur Catkin, 7823727. YARD SALE Movlng-everylhlng mustgo. near library. ,KSRR LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard '
3'26TF, Tool, etc Frl Sot, 9 a.m. to 4 AC, lake/ privilege $240, month, I'Free estimates In Keystone and Starke and bedroom horn 496-3939.on SRI tfn/chg.*, Hale Street Lake Butler. 496-3601, tfn/chg

BLUEBERRIES FOR SALIt longnecker p,m. NE 10th St., Rd. 16. Itpd 6/30 -473.4961.6/2 tfnchg area. call 9642281. 95. 4tchg 1/21
Form. U.pick or picked on order Open BIG YARD SALE all sorts of Item, lot of ON LAKE GENEVA 2 BR, I Vi BA. family 6/30-7/21 )2/31} GIT PAID for reading books! '100.00

Mon- hu..doy 81. Friday 4 Saturday children clothe.. Saturday July 2, In room beautiful hardwood floor In LAWNS MOWED |U overage lawn per title.Write PASE-E710. 161 S. llrt-
8,6, Closed Sunday, Take SR 26 2 mile :front of Cunningham Automotive B large LR/DR. Stove t refrigerator furnished some lightly higher. 473-4055. ..,pet. colnway' N. Aurora. II. 60542. 6/16

East pf 301, 1.7 miles North on CR 1469. BBQ from 8 a.m, to 3 p.nv." -ttpd 6/30 laundry f. dock facilities. 'Im 6/30-7/21: CARS/TRUCKS' 4tpd. 71MOBILE
Form 468-2483., Home. 47S-11J1 or SATURDAY, JULY 2: 9 until. Baby maculate. 473-2919. 6/9 tfnchg HORSE SHOEING and trimming. HOCM PARK MANAGER For Interview
473.2702. 6/9.7/28 2 BR. I* BA TOWNHOUSE with Reasonable 473-0199. 6/30 call 496.3715. Before B
Blchg : playpen *wing:etc., clothe. shoes for stove rate 1Ichg 1977 PORSCHE 924 A/C AM/FM stereo.
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT refrigerator, dishwasher furnlthed. a.m.-ofter B p.m. Itpd. 6/30
the family 373 E. Mimosa Drive, llpd ; Block sunroof
HOME IMPROVEMENT repair, addition ,good condition.S6.0OO.
Ice and W/D In attached
washe'S, dryer, Ic 'cream 6/30 hookup garage near
t<*...'.. reach-In cool.r., .,c. Stark' BIG YARD SALE) Corner of Badcock, FrV-' school 4733681. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 or complete building. 30 year Call 6/30 2lchg.496-2101 7/7 day- 496-3219 night. FORRENT
KOA Kampground, 964.8484. 6/9 Stchg CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH. experience serving Bradford and Clay
.doy 9 to 3, (Saturday 8 to 4. Lots of' Counties. 4734018. 9/28 tfn
7'28 home Interior Item, household Item, new rental A/C fenced 'lake 1961 CUTLASS SUPREME 2 door. V6
BLUEtERRIES: U pick, $ 50 pound W. microwave cart tereo"with AM/FM' privilege, carport, utility screened FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? engine, AT AC. V owner 2000. Call CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished .
Call House out of level!?? La Rue Leveling all electric central heat and
pick $ 80 pound. Call Dana Reddish radio. Black A Decker car vacuum porch. 1-904.473-4221 or 4963281. Itpd 630HOMES
964 8414 2tpd 6/23.30 cleaner:, boby 'ttrolter, cloths.; all 19043886109. 2tpd 6/23-30 service for all your foundation repairs air. private paved road laundry and;

BLUEBERRIES FOR SALE U.pick or picked '.1.... 9647575. Itpd 6/30 SPRING LAKE 3 BR, 1% BA fully furniihed. 473.1721.119.Ifnehg, park playground. Near schools hasp.,

art order 'Joe Faulk GrlffU Loop, GARAGE SALE Fri' t Sot., 2 families. Infant $350 week, after July 4th. Itpd FOR SALE state facilities. PINES SR-121, east Lake

964.5678. Op.n Mon-Sot., 7:3O;: changing table, children clothe 630I MISCELLANEOUSPACK Butler. Call 4962366. Two children

am6.30 p.m. 3'PC61630/ 508 E. Washington St. Itchy 6/30 BR COTTAGE on lake.: Small screened GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U max.* and no pet, chg/tfn 5/21

PIANO FOR SALE Responsible. party to BIG YARD SALE Frl & Sot 3V mile porch, large deck. Prefer mature work- RAT Buy sell and trade collectIble repair). Delinquent tax property.

take up low monthly payment on South 301' behind Jehovah Witness Ing lady Adult only no pet, $285 Item and antiques. Used furniture, Repossessions. Coll 1(805)687.6000.( ) NOTICE

beautiful console piano. Call toll fr.. ,church. M.n,'women,, boys, maternityand month plus utilltle Itt-latt plus glassware, jewelry and much more Ext. pH-1136 for current repo list. 6/2
I.800.340-2450, 3tpd 6/30-7/14 baby clothe. Lot olmltcellaneou deposit 473-7259. Itpd 6/30 Come sea for yourself. One mile east Btpd. 7/21
HAIRDRESSERS link choir and mat *. Itchy 6/30 SILVER LAKE very nice house, 2 BR. -of Keystone Height on Highway 100. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -

I1 SO. Call 468.1664. Itpd 6/30 FRI B SATURDAY carpet and vinyl r.m- screen porch pool tab)., great swim, "7 -2183. 6/2 tfnchg to the Union County Time office .

'79 CHEVY MOBILE TRAVELER) 3so' nontf, clothe, household Item*. On ski. Week of: July 16-23; 23.30; Aug. FOR SALE In writing and paid in advance

engine, PS, PB. AC, AM/FM' ca..ene, 301 .In Lowtey, old Studio 38 building. ,20-27 and 27-Sept 3, 4732440. 2tpd CARS unless credit I I. already establishedwith
CB Move and refrigerator. Michelln Itchy 6/30 6/30-7/7 this office t
lire, 6 p.opl., SS,OOO or trade. RENT OR SALE 2 BR, 1 BA doublewld STORAGE HOUSES Need extra .storage. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD
Ala' '75 Yamaha 500 $430' Call, on Deer Spring Lake. No. pet, conversion van one pace? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini' RESPONSIBLE' FOR MISTAKES IN
964.4663 alter 3pm. 2tpd 6/3O-7/7 4732252. Itpd 6/30 t war.houses. Hale and Associate
sofa bad. Excellent condition
HORSES) buy, *ell, trade. Will ,finance. ROOMMATE WANTED Prefer female.3 4732915. 6/30-7/7 496-3939. Hnchrg. 1/7 THE TELEPHONE.
Call Tommy Smith, 964.4684. Itchy 6/30 WANT TO DRINK BR. 2 BA mobile home. $200 a month. 81 MUSTANG 2tchg hatchback 6 cylinder REFRIGERATOR, freezer wosh.r, dry. Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 3
INTERNATIONAL TRUCK PARTS) windshield THAT YOUR BUSINESS I 4730153. | tchg 630MOBILE and window air conditioner. Call P.M.. prior to Thursday publication.
WANT TO STOP new carburetor; new transmission Minimum charge I I. Swords for$3.30
$30; note clip $130; alto; Chevy ) white w/maroon Interior, wheel, 496-2090. 6/23 2tchg. 6/30
Monto note clip, $ISO; window, auto OURS I HOMES tinted window. $3000. 473-1129. Itchg KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Like new. then 15 cent for each word thereafter

'Iran,, 'l1 'cyl. Call 964.4209 .after 7:;30t Alcoholic Anonymous 6/30 $200. Cost n.w $900 Call 496-1331 or

>mi. Itpd 630EVERYTHING 964.4150 or 9642000pd 3 BR, 2 BA mobile home 12X70 on ''I 496-215J. Irfr. 6/30
MUST GOI I bedroom *et>, thru 9/29 road CAR LUGGAGE CARRIER slip-la camper
land 214. $1500 down
acre pave HOMES FOR SALE
FENCE Initalled Free
,alh.r, dryer refrigerator tfereo, : and topper for .mallluck. many other
$275 month. 475-5675 after 6 2tpd
t ltdve. ,mite. Call anytime, 964.2896.. ttimot.t. HANDY MAN FENCE CO.. 6/23-30 p.m. items. Sid'. Mobile Home Park behindS
6/30 Owner Tommy Reddith. 964.8559 TF ,NEW GENEVA SPRINGS Condo. 2 BR. 2 &S. Hod. 6/3O'
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1979 MOBILE HOME 12X60 2 BR I BA ,
Soles Service BA DR. utility room fully equipped
hulled crowd. $6 bushet. 782.3928., all'' makes ,cleaned, oiled. 'adjusted| 'on corner lot clot to town 16000. kitchen AC. garage. 475.2052 until I 11 About 16.000 Iceberg
6/30 $15, All work guaranteed. Corner 473-2130.4tchg 6/30-7/21 p.m4'chg 6/16-7/7 form annually In the Arctic.,
itchy Morgan Rd. CR 16. James Strickland, $99 DOWN $130.10 per month on 1987 8V OWNER '. Keystone Club Estates 3
LITTLE GIRLS CLOTHES to size 6*::Call .
up MH. $82.50 month for 'lot w/pool.
9648733. I2/3TF;' per BR. 2 BA, concrete block with centralair
I 9646432. Itpd 6/30 :
LAWN SERVICE for residential and com'imerclal. Guaranteed financing available, 120' & heat. Wooded lot, utility shed
tractor pt ,'
APR. 132 month Call Dave, 6836116.
Ir.. 'removal : with extra S39.9OO..
landscaping power many
hitch. Good condition. ;. 782-3655; Itpd '
Itchg 6/3O ;
lawns vacuumed. No lob too big OPmall. 473-2513.' .'chg6/23.7/14
6/30 Free estimates964-4238. 2/4TF 3' BR.: 2 BA Fleetwood :doublewlde FAMILY DOLLAR
'II 3 PIECE LIVING ROOM ,SET: 964:3390. WE DO BULLDOZER WORK) 450 John mobile' home built In 1985. Excellent CRYSTAL LAKE HOMISITEi CB 3 BR. 2 ,
Itchg 630BRADFORD condition. Furnished. $9900 4732575. both, attached garage, 12x24 storage<
Deere. $40 hour. Call
I PAWN SHOP In Starke 1 Ii 782.3306. 4/7TFchg per anytime :6tchg 6/30-8/4 ,bldg.. CHBA8.10' greenhouse, NEW STORE OPENINGWe
and qualityus.d 150x185 lot 300x185 lot. Coll
paw buying, selling trading or
,camera and equipment ( ,737735. Itpd 6/30 need experienced people to prepare our new Btore.:
and butlens. personal. *ervice*. HELP WANTED
9645440. let u* buy.your uted cam.ra.21chg reference available. 9644908. 3/31 TF Sales. Cashier and Stock Petition Available

6/30-7/7 ROOFING n.w, ,roof tear off and CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring Summer FOR SALE

L STEEL BUILDINGS 40x75x12 $3.43 It; {recover Work guaranteed. Call Lamar Career opportunities. Excellent pay. If you have retail management .experience, we
40>100xl4 $3.39 ft; 50x100x16 $3.32 ft; Sims, 964.4331 anytime. Free World. travell Call (Refundable NEW AUTOMATIC,. free arm left In 'lay- would like,to talk to you about our Store
60x100x14 $3.05 ft 70x100x14 $2.90 ft ettlmatet. 3/31 TF
; ; 1-518-439-3734 b,. P3339A. 3tpd
used. $689 balance
never Orlg.
100x100x12 $276 ft; Allied Steel RELIABLE MOTHER OF TWO will babysit 6/30-7/14 o-way Manager Training Program
$219 $28 month. 25
t 800.635.4141. 4tpd 6/16-7/7 Ivy my home. Reasonable rate and ,PART-TIMS office clerk Call for appointment. or payment, wlll.d.nver.4737862.. yearguarantee
SEARS CLOTHES DRYER $100. call .reference available. Coll, 782.3209 4732560. Itchg 6/30, t

964.2227. 6/23 3t 7/7 after 4pm. 2tchg 6/23.30 COOKS WANTED Apply In person Buddy SINGER tfnchg ATHENA 2000 auto free arm., /, ApplyJn person on Friday, July,1 r'k
heavy Lakefront Restaurant 468-2080. <
balance $199
$789, or
Orig. payment between 9 and 3
duty from laundromat. Call 964-4831.: repair, addition, and roof work of all Itchg 630WAITRESSES $28 month with good established a.m. p.m. '

... Appro., 25, ,
6/234tchg7/14 year experience and other restaurant help credit. Free home trial. Guaranteed.
,MOVING-NEED TO SELL QUICK) Qu..n No )job too large or,too tmall. I can wanted Keystone Hts. 473.4445. Call 4737862. 6/23 tfnchg ,FAMILY DOLLAR STORES .

I size bed with wood foot and headboard save you money Call ,anytime from 9-10 a.m. or 2.4 p.m. for.appoint HIDE-A-IED sofa, chair and ottoman 675 W. Main Street Lake Butler. Fl 32054

$123.; Medium blue, La-Z-Boy 964-7550.316/23.717 ment. Itchg 630YARD $125; swivel' rocker $10. 479-2392...
$100; .2 Naugohyd. overttuffed chair 6/23-3O
9 with large ottoman $100; 2 .nd tablet SALES 24 2tchg FT. PONTOON BOAT with, trailer 60 Equal Opportunity Employer M/F Some Positions TemporaryWainwright

and coffee table $30; 2 amber color BUSINESS HP Evlnrude motor, 468-1241. Itchg
lamp with shades $25. All In good tong 6/30
GARAGE SALE Frt. 9.5 Sat. 9.12.
'ditlon., Call Diane 964-8063. Itchy 6/30 OPPORTUNITIES
Queen size foam mattress, like new
TOMATOES FOR SALE call 782-3623
baby crib like new; other Items.
after 4.30 2tpd 6/30-7/7 '
p.m. 1000 SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES Sunal Highway 21 toward Melrose, 35 ft. post '
BLUEBERRIES U PICK $.50 lb. will
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Call' 782-3942. 7823344. WOLFF Tanning Beds SlenderQuest City Limit sign of KH. lakeside. COLLEGE STUDENT looking' for Produce
pick or
782-3777 6/30-7/7 Passive Exercisers. Call 'for FREE color Airstream In driveway. Itpd 6/30 refrigerator, stove, sink S counter,
2tpd Catalogue. Save to 50% SATURDAY Not until 9 a.m. please., cheap to furnish apartment.,473-7028
CHANNEL CATFISH: $1.SO'pound.. Go 1-800-228.6292 88.306MOBIll Aperson Way between Pointview and ask for Kary. Itchg 6/30 With Two Location to serve YouUS301'N. 1
fishing In our pond on Boy I..* Hwy.George ; '
HOME PARK on :Griffl Fairway Streets Itchg 6/30. ., SR16E
Kersey 964.508B. Itchy 6/30
for mobile1 home
2x6x10 2x6x12 mar. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY At the Fanner'. Market At the Farm 2 ML
.TREATED LUMBER) $3.33; $38.000. Call after 5:30: p.m.;' 964.8970, NOTICEMONITOR E.J
$4 63: 2x6x20 $10.26 All .1... (lumber
,Y treated and not treated. 4682624.: 964-8703. TF Scientist Home Grown Vegetable Ample Parking Space .
'Stephen Smith L\lmber.7 mil.* Southof reveolt high Incom.. discoveries, ( RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS ., Textile No-Walt Check-Out! a WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS

: Starke on 301, Itchg 6/23 anyone con ute to achieve wealth,, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER' screen, print business for ", I.. All

Free fact; F' ft C.: Dept. M6 P.O, Box THE TELEPHONE. equipment and supplies needed for Great forCooking '
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 5491. Gainesville Fl... 32602. 4tpc Classified deadline" 11':00 a.m.- prior printing T-shirts caps jacket and or Picked
uniforms.Will provide training and setup r
RENTLEASESALEFOR 6/23-7/14 to Thursday publication. r Dairy
'I ,GREAT OPPORTUNITY for telf-motivated Minimum charge 15 word for $3.50, Information. 473-2915. '3lchg SnacklngBLUEBERRIES

LEASE)' ,1.000 sq. ft.. '301 South, business; woman, $5,000 to own v.ry then 13 cent for each word Ih.real'.r.BOA 6/30-71. .s Vegetables

\acres from n.w'KOA/Walmart,, profitable window covering business, fr Fresh .,'.
'964.8848. 964.8447, or eve.. 473.3627,' 'Will train; 'Call" 377.1248.: 4lchg' TS FOR SALE 'PETS Fruits

4'16 tlnchg ((6/23-7/14 .
FISH CAMP; totally. equipped 'tavern, DEAIEDSHIP--IOG HOMES) ''your''com.. 13'/ FT. BOAT'- and two motor for tale,. ,'AMERICAN PIT BULL terrier puppies. > '
plete log home manufacturing company Born 9-16-88. Black ft White DeliciousGebrgial
,mobile home, lakefront acreage.owner $400.Call 473-2961 between 9 a.m.andS
has all of America finest line, S10O-$150. 473-7210. 2tpd 6/23-3O
'c; finance, 10%. John Curl.. p.m. llpd 6/30
starting at $9,675. Great ,earning FREE affectionate kitten. Call after 2 '
:United, Realty of Starke, 964-6447; .v. I sdncerely thank each and
4133627.5/19TF potential ,will not Interfere with present p.m. 4753176. 2tchg 6/23-30 ; t
"4-COP. LIQUOR LICENSE: Bradford Coun- employment Investment 100% LOST AND FOUND ROTTWEILER PUPS for sola. AKC hand : every one for their continued .. ,: .-t <> \
I secured by model home. Call M,. La- raised excellent blood line*. Five patronage and friendship ,
i ty1 for ale. GOOD for retail liquor
any mont toll free 1-8OO-32I-5647.. The FOUND Orange mole kitten with seven female' ; $300 and up. 473-7689. 2tpd : PEACHES
business. .. package state lounge,
,restaurant, bar, motel fraternal ''Original OLD-TIMER LOG HOMES and toes on each front paw. 473-7962. t tpd 6/23-30 r. OPEN 8:30 AMTIL6OOPM '\ ;:n, -:' ,' ',: I> .:
Supply Inc., Rt. 6, 346 Logue Rood, M,. 6/30 ,
No food soles required. Brok.rsprotected.
lodge. LOST Irish 5. .,. Answer
to Buster.,
Jull., ,. Tn. 37122. 88-307 .
Call George 8137864222.; ,
61'6 51pd 7/14 FULL OR PART-TIMS OPPORTUNITY) product lost In downtown area 473-4136.1.

/, N -I will ..U In flea market, Credit. 6/30 ,
Cord Key aired on national
Every driver I I. a potential cutlomer. Investment .

TH.E. Apartments 8O4-7942B69.required.Key Contact Marketing Bill Henry 11002' LAND FOR SALE "r THOMAS Ee LEE CONSTRUCTION

Brownl St.2&3BR's Trade ,.Road Richmond. 'Va. 23236. COMPLETELY REBUILT doublewide and TRAI
922 E. e .- 88.311 'land, Keystone, area. $29.900. some 'TO BE A Offc! ...9&4-2852 Hom-43M675


Onw 6 one-price hoe tore or high Ask for Judy 41c.hg 623714MAIDINTIME, -
AvailableLow fashion Bag & Shoe Boutique. Over Addltlors
100 brand name and designer at sav, SEC./RECEPTIONIST '
Income ing of 23% to 50%., Invest $25.000 ro EXEC. SECRETARY'' _R erf\O!polntln9.Rp0litiTlg

$250000 for high-traffic hopping 'ou.
Start locally full time/port 1I ,
Housing center or malls. W.H. Bonneau 4r.
'904390-4172, 3800-102 Beach Blvd., lime. learn word processing I ,

964-7133 Jacksonville Fl' 32207. 88-310 [ and related secretarial skill.
Q Home study and resident train [

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and Pine Bark ,Start locally full-time/pert/ time AUTO Car Tract* Tractor
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Home study reslaent training.Flnenclal REPAIRS'
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We Also Have' Pempana; headquarter Beech Fl. *., I 11 STARKE RADIAMF & TRANSMISSION, INC.

.Red Heart Cypress Lumber A.C.T.I-BOO-412-MM TRAVEL SCHOOL. I : 8-5 164-681O m

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Completes Basic 'to Police Foils Murder Plot
I HELP WANTED CARS, TRUCKS, VANS Pvt. Kevin W. Webb graduated Tipp
.rrom National Guard Basic on May'
HIKING I Gov.rnm.nt jobs, CHIVY '/ TON 4x4 PARTS front and 5. He is attending Alt Advanced individual
SIS.DOO-lo $6S,000. Call 602-8388883 your area roar axles, transfers, transmissions, '' framing. An anonymous tip to the Florida prison where he works. gone to the estranged wife -I'I1aC"
.xt. :3493. 6/16 Stpd: 6/30 964-5812. TFc. He is Squad; Leader of his squad in Department, of Law Enforcement Williams is being held in the Brad- been changed now, though" said
IASY WOftK EXCELLENT .PAY I A....... 1W CHIVY ILAZER full sice, Sllverodo Ft. Jackson, S.C. Kevin will be (FDLEt!: toned a plot to have U. ford' County Jail without bond Hodges .
bl. products at homo. Call for Informa pockoge. $9999. Call 964-5787 after 9 I graduating from Alt on Aug. b,.1988. John Hodges of the Starke Police awaiting arraignment. The FPU: planted an undercover
tlon. 9O4-641-8003, ..t, A-9579 41pd: p.m. 4tchg 6/33-7/14 Departmznt killed by an assassin. "i don't know why they're after agent in the area, who let it be
6/16-7/r W1 CUTLASS SUPREME 2 doors" V-6 Amn. Michael Stern Richard ,Allen Williams, 29, of me," said Hodges, "unless It'S for known that .lie was available for a
000 IIKVICI. full and port-time,cook, nglno. AT, AC, 1 owner, 2000. Call On Duty at MacDill Starke, who has been a corrections my insurance/ job as a -hit man."
cleaning, waitress position available/ 496-3381 Itpd 6/30 loaded Air Force Airman Michael D. officer at the Florida State Prison Williams has 'been going with When Williams made contact with
Call for oppt, S33-2090. Camp Blan- 117 11.10IAZEL fully 19,000 arrested Hodges' estranged wife, their the agent, and a contract was madeon
for three years, was on a
miles, toke of $312 Stern, son of Patricia C. Stem of
ding: 5/26 Stchg 714RESIDENt ovor payments per filed
divorce decree were and
charge of solicitation to commit not being final as yet, Hodges charges
fx. and of Roland
MANAGER mature ). month.964-4209. Itpd 6/30 SilsDee nepnew
coup so life insurance benefits would have the arrest made.Jl'LYi
wanted for <<'unlt rental properly InSIork. 1971 CVaONI CTi $700 with nglno, 'f.: Stern of Starke, Has arrived for murder, rtmrvtuy evmng( lit.thf'l'. ;
.. Apt management .xp.rl.ncs'b.n.ficiol $400 without .origin. Good condition. duty at MacDill AFB. Florida.' ,
maintenance experience 964-4646 call oft.r 6 p.m., 1 Itpd 6/30 Stern is a "i tactical" aircraft
required Must be bondable, no p.?.. 1971 FORD GALAXIES 400 c.LAC. PS, maintenance specialist with the S6tn *
Salary plus apartment and utilities. PB 116,000 miles vory nk. condition. Equipment Maintenance Squadron.He ; Come On Out
Send resume to Heritage Vlllai of Palm: Asking$795 OBO. Call 964.7763 oft.r 9 is a 1981 graduate of Perry And See TheFireworks
Coast '.0.80.10293. Cleat-water;'Ft. p.m. Itpd 6/30-7/7 Walker High School, New Orleans. All.1 I
:34617. Equal Opportunity Employ.r, 1979 FORD STATION WAGON, 4 door, * ( nth !
5/26TF runs groat $600. Call Judy 964-8049.
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call 4tchg 6/30-8/1 NCJ Pvt. Greg ClarkCompletes 11-
1-755-4040, North Fla, Real Es?.?. Col I9M SILVERADO ISOOi C-1S,'extended Basic
lege. 7/30TF cob, loaded low mileage, perfect con '
CARLA'S SANDWICH SHO....., part-time dition. Call 964-4380 days or. 964-6238 Army National ,Guard Private FreedomFestFeaturing
h.lp needed hour flexible, must be .nights. Itchg 6/30' Gregory K. Clark, son of fed and .
21 year or older $3.35 p.r hour, no MUST SELL! "84 300ZX, 9 spod power Judy K. Clark of Starke, has Comp
tolls between 1. arm and 1 p.m. everything, cruise control 80,000 pleted basic training at ft.Out, N.J.
9644050. 2tpd 6/23-30 mil... $8200 OBO. 964-5879 days or. During the training, students
GOVERNMENT JOISS$18,037 to$69,405. 376-9637. 2tpd 6/30-7/7 received instruction in drill and
Immediate hiring,! Your areol I Call '7* GRAN TORINO SPORT runs great ceremonies,weapons map reading,
(refundable) 1-518-459-3611, .xt, F-377 'needs brake work $500 OBO. tactics, military courtesy military rf
for Fed.rolll.t. 24 Hr. Stpd 623.1.(1'THEIA..Y 964-8616. Itchg 630LOSTFOUND justice, first aid and Army history
AIDE, full-time position and traditions. s-
available In a busy patient care deport- His wife Jennifer, is the daughter _.
I ent. No experience nec..ory."Apply; of Dennis and Regina Burkhalter of .jI.r
to: Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery '
IOST-BIBLI with brown"leather cover. Starke. He is,a 1983 graduate ofBradlord
Center, SR 121 Hwy 100, Lok.lutl.r, '
edition Call 9645929. Itpd 6/30
Pilgrim High.
Fl. 904-496-2323 Ext. 240 EOE. Itchg
6/30 ,FOUND BEAGLE on Mwy 125, has collar, wfIi
X-RAY TECHNICIAN part-time portion but'no irx For mar. 'Information call
available. Em.rg.ncy an/call, AART 7823857., ItchQ" 630ANIMALS NG Pvt.'Wanda Thomas
Fla. (License required. Apply to: Lake Basic 4r
Completes w -
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SR 121 t 100. Lake Butler/ Fl. Army National Guard Pvt. WandaG.
FOR SALE Thomas, daughter of Linda
904.4962323, Ext. 240 EOE, Itchg 6/30
R.N...OPERATING ROOMS OR experience ''IOTTWEIU" Clements: of Lawtey, has completed
AKC !PUPPIES excellent '"
required good working conidltions baSIc training at Ft.McClellan, Ala. -
blood lines, $450, 904-9999226. Itpd
,competitive lolary. "Apply to 6/30, the training, studentsreceive
'Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surg.ry instruction in drill and
.Center, SR 121 t 100,, Lake Butler, Fl.; PERSONALS ceremonies, weapons, map reading, 4T
904-496-2323 Ext. 240. EOE. Itchg 6/30 tactics, military courtesy,.military '
HOUSEKEEPING AIDE, part-time position justice,, first aid and Army history': >
available..Sat 8 Sun.., 6 p.rn.-2:30: a.m. A'' WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: and traditions.
Floor care experience required.Apply Australian,, European,' Scandinavian She is a 1983 graduate Bradford
to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surg.ry High.School Exchange Students arrive,; School. '
Center, Hwy 100' lake Butler Fl.., ing In August..Become a host family for'
904-496-2323 Ext.240, EOE. Itchg 6/30, ,"American Int.rculturol Stud.nt Ex-,
DIESEL MECHANIC NEEDED must have chonge. Coll 1.800-SIBLINGfear,
own tool and telephone;' goad work., 88-312 Pvt'Brad' Elixson
ing condition and benefits. Apply In 'i IF, YOU'RE 65 YEARS OR OLDER you'. Finishes Caiinoneer Course
person.Orlffln Industries, Rt. 212, Box,. ,could have 100% ol your hospital bill
Pvt. Brad 1. Clixson son of Roger !'
with additional cost to For.
'J, Homplon.,31chg 630.714ELECTRICIAN paid no you.
HELPER min t "year, ... information please call Dr.' Wood. >,, Ehason of Worthington Springs and
In house wiring. Immediate 813-746-8594. icon 88-308 Rosie Parnsh of Lake Butler has "11 '
perlence op.ning.40 hrs plus overtime. Leave MID-WEST: NATIONAL of Tennessee 'completed the basic field artillery the Dance & Show: Band
name and number, Woyn.' Klnney, Group Insurance Low'' Family Rates, cannoneer course at Ft. Sill;'Okla.
964-8786. Itchg 6/30 100% of cov.r.d hospital and doctors During the course students were
,COUPLE NEEDED' JULY 'It for year care: while hospital confined. Optional taught the duties of a howitzer or '
around. full-time employment outpatient benefits for clinic visits and gun section' crewman. They also'
mature, hard-working. Salary paid even office visits. Choo. 100". received instruction communications -.
I vacation. "Apply In person only 8 coverage 'or deductible, which maintenance and the handling :(: '
m.r230: p.m., Mon-Frt.i. Storke KOA decreased by 29"'. each year that you of ammunition and explosives. In Concert,
, /, Kampground 301 South. 6/23TF do not use the policy. Call He is a 1986 graduate of Union

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FLORIDA FEDERALStarke High School Md., and a 1973 NSP UNITED REALTY

ha an opportunity Office available far.apart '\;\ Pumps: graduate Michigan,of Ann of Business the Arbor University, Mich.Administration with of a- Q of Starke _

time teller:to work from 10 All sizes' and a 1983 'a-m. to 2 p.m.,Monday with a Master
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to 6 pjn., the Navy in May 1973.. "" ,( .,,' .

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ten'day Teller Training ClaM held In Tennis InstructionStarke PORTABLE BUILDINGS
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kills, please apply between 864 Temple, Ave., Stark, For $5 each. Lumiftoue KlI,Form Contemporary or Erected Montea o move In,set up on your property, Choose From
9 a.m. and 3 p.m. ail Call Mark at 1000 sq H single level to 3600 sq fl 2 story complete with heat pump and all .,
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FOR THE FOLLOWING JOBS 2'A Miles Eos}of Stocke.on SRI A Large or Small Loads of ,Limerock. ,
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441 E. Brownlee Starke, Fl. Income families- No rental assistance avaflabte. ra"I.,..-,, 209 W.::Madison St. Stark,

We will be closed July 4-8 Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts.. range, refrigerator '.,ny 964-7200 ,.

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all the way to the front," he said. nothing," ne said. ever since. he was overcome with heat exhaus' "some at them happened-
"We slept when we COUld, We "Toe whole town had white cloth Owen said that following one fight Owen is 63 years old and will soon tion. The van he worts in during an- such a thing could haw,bow can one
stayed in pairs, one slept while the flags everywhere The Burgomastercame near a nver crossing that his squad retire as a Sergeant First Class. nual training bad reached 107 "1 have often thought t"
other Kept watch. We ate K rations, out and told our commander'that leader thought that he had been kill During the 44 years since he first degrees and he had to M evacuatedfrom person do this to another person
D rations, C rations and Class A rations the town had surrendered. But ed. "There was a lot.of confusion joined the Army Owen says that tM field. .be said. is over is
when we could get them," he as we entered the town a group of SS during. the fighting.he said. things have changed. "The Army, The men of his company were Now that that war '
said. tanks attacked us. We took the "Most of us were young," he said. has much more sophisticated' equipment greatly concerned about "Pappy", next?" be asked.
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oath,," he said laughing. "1 the Army Reserve and in 1955 he 'much more stringent during the he's been there." maintains his sense of duty to others
National You didn't dare talk back to a Owen said that he never could a youngster South
remember one night we found a Owen felt pity for the<< German people joined the Florida Army war. by sponsoring
clear stream and my squad formeda f Guard m Daytona Beach Florida, sergeant, lie would knock your bead understand why the Germans did America."It "
circle around it and we would "I cannot understand why the German his hometown. He left the Guard in off," he said. what they did to people. "I show only costs me (20 per month,
he had to move to Owen drove to Camp Blanding in a yound troops pictures of the concen- he said "but that can mean a greatdeal
1962 because'
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.. junior, gave Grabowslci. all she' at the fifth spot on the Lady Indian the tiebreaker), 6-3,6-3. Pappas 6-2,6-0 in the first round;, final will be Pat Diggs of Starke, a super promising KHHS varsity
The winner of ''the Grabowski- then taking out Starke's Mark talented BHS graduate who signed a player who is making a big impacton
could handle in the first set and was tennis where
team as a sophomore
; Strickland! match will meet Shuford in the semi-final.. basketball scholarship with Eckerd the local tennis scene and is
serving, for the set at 5-4 .be fore she compiled the second best
College. only in ninth grade
. Grabowski her act together, the Thurston in the final July 4th.
got individual record, on squad
her In the men's B division, players Shuford,. a BHS junior with a Diggs defeated Keystone's Kevin The Telegraph will feature
warmed of
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\ Gouin 6-1 in the doubles results and the'
6-2f opening complete
from, Starker Keystone.( Heights, smooth counter-punching style
best tennis, coming back to win theopcning'scl'and 6-1.6-2 in her opening match,then
. Melrose and Middleburg battled it defeated Keystone's Bob Stricklandin round then escaped with a tight,6- singles finals in next week's
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: non-senior on the first team played:1 occur in the'singles draw; 6-7 (7-2 season defeating Keystonc's'Chris in the July 4th
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Final Blouses & Sweaters ,
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I'' Emory Reel of the Keystone height, Volunteer....... .(a Ire'waged dwelling;' ;, he'and other I'firemen: were" unable: ; lo'M e.No one,WM' hart In the'.lire,' rC
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SWAMP Program. 'rompap7R,
$.W.A.M.k'n. addition were injured and seven kill "Some their boats lor
criteria relating to the use of fire extinguishers ing operation people people use
and we'd be glad to explain -' 183 boaters received citationsfor ed.: fishing While others enjoy water SKI-
'I", ;, the requirements to anyone reckless or careless operatIOn 'ObVIO SIY',, there is a 'much ing or pleasure-boating" Goodson
N' who contacts us/,' Among other violations encountered greater chance ot being seriously injured said. "We (want to maKe sure all
;',i. Goodson said any boat 16 feet or by wildlife officers were in a boating accident than in boaters use their vessels safely and
\ ,longer must also have Coast Guard- Invalid or no boat registration an automobile accident," Goodson without infringing upon the rights of
II"..' approved visual distress signals on water skiing in retracted areas and said.Goodson others. We encourage all boaters to r- *
b,I .- board. lishing law violations. said ,the Commission' maintain their, boats to meet the
Wildlife officers have arrested or So lar this year, wildlife ollicers plans to continue its emphasis on minimum U.'i. Coast Guard requirements' r
warned more' than 1,000 boat have investigated 29 boating or patrolling Florida's waterways, .
operators for safety "millions dur- walpr-rf'lMNI nrv..trnt4,m which :20 throughout the summer! 4'' )

I ;, :Hunt Permits 'to, 'be: ,Issued, by'CQ'mmission' ...iff,; 50-70%

'By late'July, regular and special quota hunt 'puter and conduct the drawing. By. ;whether'or, not their'! names'were. <. '
and Fresh ,by the, June 10 July 20 we hope to let.people know selected." { SAVINGSTHROUGHOUTJUI ?
will begin ,"' said Eddie White,'whocoordmateS ,
I'f mils and appllcants""ubmlt't the Commission's quota'' ''
whose names program. ,"It takes about six &J ff .1 )> '
random drawing. to tnter the applicants' t4 t. II'G
r.'Aoout 57,000 named and.addresses into. ,the com- O"\' VHsr..hey I

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Beautiful silk arrangomonts for your holiday entertaining. '
':: 444 '1V.:9.fa isoTt St; :Sfpaza/ Our Sale Continues'Through Thursday June 30

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5O4W. Call St".Starke A Specialty Gift Shop 954-577 '
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Alterations FREE: with purchases,of$50.00, or; more.Adding .
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