Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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A high pressure area slightly north of this area is holding the Two Sections
local weather patterns close to normal for this time of yearlittle SECTION At I Papa

change is in sight this weekend. N.w.. . . . . I.3.7A $1Ni. ... C .
Extended forecast the weekend calls for partly cloudy skies a Editorial Pag.. . . . . .4A
slight chance of late afternoon showers, lows in the 70s,highs in the Th. Social Sc.n. . . . .S-7A II"i'
diminishing to 20 percent Friday. Sport. '. . . . . 7-8A 0 PAY 'I :MGR '.
New River led the area in rainfall with 3.69 inches t'1'P GF 61\ I
going back to June 18. The Hampton areaareceived 3.6 inches, but SECTION Bi 12 Pag.. 1q)1NG Y 3

the northern part of the county got only .87 inches. For.it.r Win.. . . . . .IB Y O ) R51 FL III d
June, it appears, will end with less than the normal 7.07 inches of LRM Win. Award.. . . . .IB Gr11Jthe .,
rain. July normally gets 7.99, August 8.10, three wettest months July 4 Celebration. . 3,4.108 S'J'\\..\-
of the year. Comput.rli.d Library . .SB d GAZN i %\ :t'
A hydrologic conditions report by the Suwannee River Water F.itlval of the Arty . . . .68 '.
Management District shows district-wide rainfall for May was Crlm. Report. . . . . 7B j J'
below average. However, due to the 1985 hurricanes groundwater ClaHlfled . . . . s-Ios The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .
levels remain normal for most of the area. Surfacewater levels ....w. Brief. . . . . MB ,
were slightly below average in May. Ar.a Death. . . . 12B 107th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy ._
49th Issue Thursday,June 26, 1988 USPS 062-700 :
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1'Ulwik noting 4 Area Towns to Host U.S. Birthday Celebrations '. <

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Area residents have a choice of night, July 3, with a street dance and Other events on Friday will be nament, home canning fair, a big- At Macclenny...
several Independence Day celebrations will continue through the day Friday centered in the downtown Theme gest watermelon contest, an arts :
with July 4 events set in July 4, with parades, runs, Park area during the morning and and crafts show, games with prizesfor Biggest name In the area will be M
Keystone Heights, Lake Butler watermelon eating contests, baby then at the public beach on south kids from noon on, a one-mile country music star Tom T. Hall who "+
ParadeTo Macclenny and an Old-Fashioned.. crawls and a water ski show, to be Lawrence Blvd. in the afternoon. Fun Run at 7 p.m., a 5K Firecracker appearing Saturday night, July 5,
Lady Liberty Fourth featuring old timey skills, capped off at dusk with a spec- Classic run-walk at 7:30 p.m., and at the football field in Macclenny.
Close BlandingThe dances and music at the Stephen tacular fireworks display over The Fourth at LB... the fireworks display will climax the Hall is scheduled to appear at 7:30: .I"I"Is .

north bound lane of Blanding Foster Memorial at White Springs. beautiful Lake Geneva. A day-long Independence Day day. A live band will perform from 3 p.m. A fireworks display will follow. ,

Blvd. (SR-21)) from Kingsley Our Country Day... The dance to the live music of celebration is set in Lake Butler p.m. until... The show begins with a warm-up ':11' '
Avenue to the Orange Park Mall in "The Shine" band, set July 3 and starting at 6 a.m. and lasting untilafter performance by Macclenny's own j
Orange Park will be closed at 10 The annual July 4th, Our Country beginning at 9 p.m., will be held this the fireworks which start at 9 The entire celebration takes placeat Tim Briggs, an excellent vocalist, (

a.m. Saturday, June 28, for a Miss Day celebration in Keystone Heightswill year at the Keystone Recreation ball p.m.Events Lakeside Park in Lake Butler. Fourth of fi
Liberty Parade. kick off its events next Thursday field on Pecan Street. include 6 a.m.paR tour. For more information see B-Scction. (See July..p.3A)

The parade is sponsored by the
Clay Chamber of Commerce and

the Orange Park Mall. Rep. Chance SR16EBusiness .,
Irvine invites local residents to see
"...a real good parade." f
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The summer swimming program,
now operated by the Community
,. Education Program of the
Bradford-Union Vocational Center,
is set July 1 through August 1. r
Registration is set one day from ;; : u.r. Zoning
9-11 a.m. at each participatingschool N
center: July 14 at Southslde Y ,
Ele., July 15 at Hampton Ele.;, July 'l l f (
16 at Lawtey Ele., July 17 at Starke
Ele., and July 18 at Brooker Ele.
- For more information, phone the RejectedReacting

Vo-Tech Center, 964-6150, after July
to strong objections by

V-T Summer School... 1 residents of the area Tuesday night,
June 24 the Bradford County Zoning
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'r classes 7 and '
Summer begin July
Board unanimously rejected addi-
through 15 at the
run August tion of used lot in the
a car
,1. in Bradford-Union Starke. Vocational Center : : predominantly residential area on

: Summer hours for the Vo-Tech : SR-16 east.Specificaily. e

Center are from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. the zoning board
. For course listings see an adver- r voted against the request of Ronald
.'.' tisement on Page 2A, or phone 5. lwf Y 6 R .1I C. Ivey, owner of Ivey's EquipmentSales
9646150. &Repair,for rezoning an addi-
tional 1.14 acres of his property on
- IIS Enrolling... the north side of SR-16, 1'i miles
'. I 1 1r 1r east of Starke. The property, now
Bradford Head Start is
now ac-
zoned RSF-MH (
: cepting applications for children
residential and mobile home mix)
3,4,5 years of age. would be used for a "used car lot"
y For more information, come by
.t said if rezoned CI (
Ivey commercial -
";I the Head Start Center at 1080 North ,
Pine Street in Reno, and ask for $ "c, v -I )), as requested.The .
Jill DeSue. ; zoning board recently approved -
a light industrial classificationfor
, a drywall warehousing operationon

Free Blood Check. SR-16E, despite objections of
residents. Where can commercial
A free blood pressure check will' 1986-87 Bradford High Varsity Cheerleaders... enterprises be placed if not on main .
be given the first Tuesday of every highways, was the reasoning for that
month from 1-4 p.m. in the library The 1986-87! varsity cheerleaders at Bradford High School are (l-r): Sondra Green daughter!! of Martha and Deltitch Green of Starke. decision. Opponents call the place-
' 1 at Bradford Hospital. A registered First row: Pam Clark, daughter of Carol and Irv Clark of Starke; Third row: Brooke Williams, daughter of Sharon and Morris Williams ment of commercial businesses in a
.:; ;:. nurse will issue blood pressure Sheila Shannon, daughter of Linda and David Shannon of Starke; Shllynn of Starke; Donna :Me David, daughter of Sherry and John McDavid of predominately residential area spot
of; .:.. cards, record readings and check Chaff, daughter of Bobbie Faye and James Blackshear of Kingsley Lake. Brooker; Vicki Gomlowns, daughter of Judy and Charles Goodowns of zoning.
: your pulse.Square. Second row: Jennifer Brown, daughter of Judy and Marvin Brown of Starke; Mindy Mersey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mersey of In his June 24 request, Ivey
'.. Starke; Carla McCutchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. McCutchen of Theressa, and Stephanie King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George King of presented no plans for developmentof
...; Starke; Alison Ivey, daughter of..Terry.: and Bruce Ivey of Kingsley Lake; Law ley. the property. Residents of the

:it.. Dance... neighborhood expressed concern

Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley that the proposed CI classification,
, Lake Civic Center. Plus leveL which allows a wide spectrum of

; month Dance, same, first place.Saturday 7 p.m.of each 2 City Grants Set, Downtown Funds May Be DelayedGrant uses,area would that further is predominately commercializean

residential.B.C. .
dance.workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream writer Linda Day advisedthe will be the fifth such grant for the had an adverse effect on its application. proceedings into a judicial matter, Ruckdeschel of nearby Coun-
city council June 17 that the Reno area. If the Palatka appeal is suc- delaying the funding process from
r- If interested in dance try Club Estates, said a change of
s square $575,000 housing grant for the Reno cessful, Palatka could conceivably six months to two years. residential
\ lessons call 964-7955 for zoning from to commer-
i.....,. information., please area has been approved, and DT Developement... replace Apalachicola as No. 5, or The $575,000 commercial cial should be made only if there
more residents may begin to file applica- Day stated that Starke remains in possibly Starke as No. 4, in which revitalization grant to redo the were no objections from property

! Active Seniors... tions August 1. No. 4 position of 5 municipalities still case, Starke would become No. 5. blighted exterior area of downtown owners of the area, and if an actual
. Starke slid from number 11 to 14th in contention, with Apalachicola be- The C :pt. of Community Affairs Starke includes planting trees and need could be shown for the -
The Senior Center offers various among 21 grant funded municipality ing No. 5. has two weeks to evaluate the appeal shrubbery, installing old-fashioned new commercial use .
activities for senior citizens including positions and its appeal to be and then evaluation must be streets lights installing subterranean "
needlework, macrame, exercises reinstated to No.H position was Palatka failed to make the top 5, accepted or rejected by SecretaryTom water lines to' automaticallywater Dave Edmonds of N.E. 13th
bingo, etc. denied, but the city remains No. 14 of but has filed an appeal, which could Lewis of the Dept. of Com the plants and trees and elec- Street, said commercial growth is
The Center is open Monday 21 approved municipalities. Total change the situation. Day reportedthat merce.If tric lines to serve the streets lights. good if done in a systematic and
through Friday from 8:30: a.m. to 4 grant is $575,000 for the purpose of Palatka has obtained three its appeal fails, Palatka has Plus. brirk-navM 1 walkwnvs will be orderly manner, but he denouncedthe
p.m. and is located behind the new renovating 25 privately owned single grants thus far, but has a record of declared its intention to file a court DT Funds..P.3A practice of "spot zoning" small
courthouse the of Grand which will transfer all (See ) plots at random "right in the middleof
on corner family dwellings in the Reno area. It poor performance, which may have injunction, "
residential Edmondssaid
and Georgia Streets. a area.
Contact Beverly McGee or that any such spot rezoning of
Teresa Wood at 964-4543 for more Highways 16 or 230 would increase
Zone Now Wait Until 1994by
information. Enterprise : Apply or traffic on 13th Street (Flume Road)
and degrade values of residential

Sale. substantial number of slum, the downtown area, as much as impact fees, or reducing utility property' in trip area. ..
Surplus Buster Rahn Board member Drlvas said
is restricted
deteriorated, or deteriorating struc- possible. The area by deposits.The .
A School Board surplus propertysale BCT Staff Writer tures and in which conditions en- statute to have a single continuous next steps to be taken, accor- the board had made a mistake, in his
goes on every Wednesday from Grant Writer Linda Day told the dangering life or property by fire or boundary, regardless of size, and ding to Day, will be to document opinion, when it recently rezoned a
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off city council to "apply now, or wait other causes exist or one or more of contain a minimum of 40 percent commitments and prepare resolu- small tract in the same area of SR-
Orange Street behind Bradford until the next cycle in 1994" in the following factors exist which residental and 40 percent commer- tions; Meet with L.M. Gaines Coun- 16E for light industrial use. "We, as
Middle School. discussing the merits of entering in- substantially impair or arrest the cial properties. Population cannot ty Zoning Coordinator, and establish a zoning board, have a responsibilityto
The items, including materials, to an Enterprise Zone Program.An sound growth of a county or exceed 2,500 within the zone. Enterprise Zone boundaries. The protect property owners in an
and furniture location and boundaries should be established residential area from
equipment, are pre- Enterprise Zone creates new municipality and is a menace to the A number of benefits accrue to
commercial and industrial
priced. For more information, jobs, renovates or establishes new public health, safety, morals, or businessmen in the area, who meet established before the next regular will affect their rezoningthat
phone 964-8780. welfare in its condition and council meeting, set Tuesday, July adversely property
businesses. It is the second step, present requirements, but benefits to values and the enjoyment of
following the$575,000 grantto use; residents to be limited, accor- 1.John
logically seem Miller, of the their homes," he said.
Upcoming... redo downtown streets, Day says. a. Predominance of defective or ding to Day. Benefits were listed as: Starke-Bradford Chamber president of Com-

.The Zoning Board of the City of The June 18 workshop was to hear inadequate street layout. 1. Jobs Credit: For the first year, merce and chairman of the Variance Granted...
Starke meets tonight (Thursday, Day review the advantages and requirements b. Faulty lot layout in relation to the state will pick up 25 percent of Downtown Progress Committee, Acting as a Board of Adjustment,
June 26) at 7 p.m. in city hall.A of the program. size, adequacy, accessibility, or wages for new Jobs created within voiced no objections to the programas the board later approved a setback
workshop with the Starke "An Enterprise Zone Program is usefulness. the zone. presented. He stated "I think it's variance on a non-conforming lot on
commission and Zoning Director not a grant" said Day, "It is a com- c. Unsanitary or unsafe condi- 2. Property Tax Credit: Credit for very important the city speaks with the northeast side of Silver Lake, re-
L.M. Gaines is set at 7:30 p.m. plicated tax incentive program, tions. real estate taxes may be taken on one voice, in order that new business quested by property owner James
Monday, June 30, to decide on designed to encourage businessmento d. Deterioration of site other
or the corporate report. The city will owners are not faced with surprisesafter Murphy _
boundaries for the proposed Enter- renovate and upgrade current improvements.e. not lose ad valorem tax income. getting under construction." call for 10-foot
Zoning regulations
prise Zone. Next meeting of the Ci- commercial firms in the designatedarea .Tax or special assessment delin- Following the by
presentation side boundaries of
setbacks from the
of Starke is set and/or establish new quency exceeding the fair value of 3. Community Contribution Tax Day, Councilman Vernon Silcox told
Tuesday, July 1, at 7:30 p.m. in city ventures." the land. Credit: The city will be required to the that he had received a a lot. Murphy requested 7-foot set-
group backs in order to position a new
hall..The A workshop is set at 7:30 p.m. f. Diversity of ownership of defec make some small concession, package of literature concerning the
home it would face the lake
on a
Board of Governors of the perhaps a reduction in the so
Monday, June 30, for council tive or unusual conditions of title city program about a year ago, and had "
64-foot "lot of record which
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce members to meet with Zoning Direc- which prevent the free alienabilityof license charge for the first year. reviewed it extensively. He had was
has been changed to Thurs- !Jr L.M. Gaines to set boundaries for land within the deteriorated or 4. Sales Tax Exemption for come to the conclusion that it was grandfathered-in before the county
10, at : at the Building Materials This benefit will zoning ordinance requiring 100-foot
day, July were the proposed enterprise zone. hazardous area. : too complicated and too involved for
county fairgrounds Chamber Florida statute 290.004 defines an The statute establishing an Enter reduce the cost of a new building, Starke to consider further, and that lots on lake front property was
board members will tour the Enterprise Zone as: prise Zone was enacted in 1984, and constructed within the zone, by 3 he had attended the meeting, adopted.
facilities. 1) An area with a predominance of amended, or changed in the 1985 ses percent. It may apply to new prepared to vote against the proposal
The Bradford County Commis buildings or improvements, whether residential construction. ; however, having been advised Fire
sion will next meet Monday, July 7, sion.Day 5. Sales Tax Exemption of Business
residential or non residential, which told the assembled group, that the legislature had simplifiedthe increased for '85
at 9:30: a.m. in the commission by reason of dilapidation, deterioration consisting of city officials and a Equipment: Reduces the cost of purchases program, and hearing the
meeting room on the first floor of age or obsolescence; inade- handful of interested residents, that of equipment for use in the discussion, he is now in favor of State Fire Marshal Bill Gunter
the county courthouse. quate provision for ventilation, light, Starke is rated no. 25 out of 400 communities zone, by percent. making application for the Enter- recently released 1985 Flroida fire
.Next scheduled meeting of the air, sanitation or open space; high within the state with 6. Sales Tax Exemption for Electrical prise Zone Program designation.Day ststistics, citing the need to escalate
City Commission of Lawtey is Mon- density of population and over population less than 7,500. While only Energy: Not applicable in said her fee for preparing the fire safety education and fire
7, at 7:30: p.m. in city crowding; the existence of condition six applications will be approved, Starke, since this income is pledged application and supporting awareness programs.
ha Next scheduled of the which endanger life or property by only three other communities are by the city for bond reduction. documentation is 1500. "The increased number of fire
Commission of meeting Brooker is fire or other causes; or any com- known to be applying for a place in 7. Credit Against Sales Tax for Job Mayor Charles Schaefer announced deaths and mounting property losses
City in bination of such factors is conduciveto the program. Applications are due in Creation: Benefit provided by the at the beginning of the workshopthat illustrates the need to step up fire
Tuesday, July 8, at 7:30: p.m. city 111 health, transmission of disease, Tallahassee August 1. state, and granted through the no formal action would be safety education efforts in the public

hall. scheduled meeting of the infant mortality, juvenile delinquency Day proposed the Enterprise Zone reduction of sales tax return, for the taken. The question of making ap- schools and among Florida
Next crime and is detrimental be situated to include creation of new jobs within the zone "
Commission of Hampton is or to the industrial plication will be addressed at the residents, Gunter said. "A well-
City July 8, at 7 in city the public health, safety, morals, or park on SR-100 south, and extend 8. Local 'Incentives by Local next regular council meeting July 1. Informed community is clearly the
Tuesday, p.m. welfare; or: northward into the city, along Government: The city may grant Any formal action will be taken at most effective approach to making
, hall. 2) An area in which there is a Madison and Call streets, taking in local incentives, such as deferring that time. Florida safe from fire."

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DER Says Brooker Landfill and Dumpster Site is Not Oean

By Buster Hahn in his opinion, leaving the gate open making street repairs with asphalt. could be transterred trom administrative Insurance Rates... quired replacement in the market
BCT Staff Writer had been on oversight by attendant A discussion followed concerning the funds, but the money Brooker resident area, since much water was being
Mayor C J. Stalnaker advised the Hodge. possiblilty of acquiring inmate labor would have to come from the asked when the council panned to wasted. Replacement of this valve is
Stalnaker said he attendant from Union Correctional reserve bank account which
thought Institution. con-
of the town since the
Brooker council June 10 that the seek responsibility ,
a review of the buildings in
Hodge might have some doubtas Clerk Robinson was instructed to tains $5,000. Councilman Carl Edwards -
of Environmental town had agreed to provide water to
Department to the entity for whom he works, contact the prison in reference to obtaining suggested that amending the town by the Insurance Service Office
farmers for and other
(DER has setting plants,
) complainedthe (ISO
Regulation ), in an attempt to get lower
since his salary is paid by the two workers. budget be delayed until all council
landfill and dumpster site is not premium rates. Robinson stated on a gratis basis.
political subdivisions, so he advised members are present. (Councilman
clean Hodge that he is an employee of the Fire Truck Repairs... Roy Carrol was absent) No action that she had talked to ISO on several The motion valve repair was approved Edwards on
The Brooker landfill, located 3 occasions, but that Brooker could a by Councilman ,
town, and will take orders from the Chairman Stalnaker was taken on amending the budget.
reported the seconded councilman A.B.
miles east of town on SR-18, is a joint Edwards not meet requirements of having by
town council. He further advised made a motion that the
repairman who had submitted the Adams and
venture between the town and Brad- four firemen immediate carried.
to lock the each fire truck be the N and J on at
Hodge gate evening lowest bid to repair the fire truck repaired by
ford County, with the county being any given time. Fire Chief
to leaving the landfill, lodgeagreed. Body Shop at the estimate figure of Tony
responsible for maintenance.The attendant prior has now reneged, and was no longer Stalnaker stated that the Fire Doc Loses Out...
$2,739. Davis seconded the motion
Harlan Hodge (no relationto The council would like to meet interested in working on the unit. and it carried without dissent. Department could now meet the re Stalnaker told the council that
Commissioner E.W. Hodges, Jr.) The next low bid was submitted by quirement. The town now has five maintenance worker Forester
is paid by the town, with 50 percentof with discuss the cleaning-up county commissioners the landfill, and to N and J Body Shop (Gainesville) in Computer for Clerk... firemen available. Robinson agreedto "Doc" Drawdy has asked for 10 additional
amount of $2,739, with the third bid
reimbursed contact the ISO The ISO is
his salary being by related and instructed again. hours each pay period, for a
submitted Paint Robinson that the office
by University and
reported financed by insurance carriers and
the county total of 20 hours week. He also
Clerk Linda Robinson to invite the per
Body Shop in amount of $3,500. A calculator was out of service, and reviews are made at no cost to the requested a "weedeater" for cutting
commissioners to the next regular lengthy discussion ensued. the repairman had not responded communities requesting the service. .
meeting, July 8. Last month the council approved even though the unit is under a ser- grass.
Stalnaker said that he had visited When Commissioner Hodges was expenditures in amount of $150 to vice contract. No action was taken. Councilwoman Sue Davis said "I
the landfill "a couple of times" late- contacted later, by telephone, he change polarity of the electrical .. don't think we should buy a
ly, and had found the gate open, and denied having' told Hodge to leave system. The job has been completedat Robinson then advised the council Back-Up Pump... weedeater." Adams said "15 hours
the facility unattended. When he the gate open. He stated that Com- a cost of$260. The purchase of bat that she would be requesting a com- Stalnaker suggested the council per week is enough." No further action -
spoke to attendant Hodge about missioner Wilbur Waters is respon-- teries was approved in the last puter and software in the next have the pump repaired at the was taken.
leaving the gate open overnight, sible for landfill operations, and the meeting, and they have been pur- budget. She pointed out the many advantages Farmers Market, to be used as a
Hodge said "E.W. told me to leave it council should contact him. chased in amount of $131.90. of having records com- standby unit in case a problem The members of the council
open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Clerk Robinson told the council puterized, one of which would be a developed with the town-owned well. reviewed routine invoices for payment
Stalnaker told the council he .. that the budget would require amending decreased cost of auditing. A discus- He agreed to secure two estimatesfor submitted by the clerk. Ed-
doubted that Commissioner E.W. Street Repairs. if the truck is to be repaired. sion followed, but there was no action repairs on the pump. He also ad- wards and Davis teamed to make a
Hodges had given such an order, but Stalnaker again raised the issue of She stated the additional funding taken. vised the council that a valve re motion to pay the bills as submitted.

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"The real great man is the man who makes every man feel great."
G.K. Chesterton

Vo-Tech Summer School ScheduleSummer

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School at Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center
begins July 7 and continues through August 15.

tv The student day will be six hours in length, beginning at
8:00: a.m. and ending at 3:00: p.m. There will be three 2 hour

: r blocks with one hour for lunch.

f Day Class:

M'' I Auto Mechanics, Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Nursery

Operations, Welding, Typing/Bookkeeping Heavy Equip-
) \ ment Operator and Cosmetology.
i't.i'z/% : ii Night Class:

': tl Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 to 10:00: p.m. Adult Basic
+ Education, Business Mathematics, IMTS, Typing and
Nursery Operations

Monday and Wednesday, 7:00: to 10:00: p.m. Bookkeeping -
and Business English.

Monday, Tuesday Wednesday & Thursday, 7:00: to 10:00:

-- -- f Yj, r .s. rty -. .. p.m. Air Conditioning, Heavy Equipment Mechanics and
Welding.A .
Brooker Smarties... minimum of 15 students is required for the establish

I These students at Brooker Elementary School made straight: Vs on .\11I,11111,1lillt'r: ami Kita Ia mos. ment of a class. For more information call Bradford-Union
their report cards for the final six-week grading period. On the hack row from .left to right Julie Robinson, Shomlee Lewis, Vo-Tech, 9646150.Suwannee.
From left to right on the front row : :Matthew Jordan :Michael :M>ers, Amy Crews, Larry 1'arrish, Saul I'rrutia and :Matt Crosby


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Guts Historic HouseFire ,. ,,

: gulled the second story of a being remodeled to be rental units.
historic frame home on the corner of Ms. Pfenniger said she was the only
Walnut and Washington Streets in occupant of the house at the time.
Kast: Starke early Wednesday morning She said she called the Fire Depart- ." i ;.. ,
June 25 ment to report the fire. '_1 ':rr

There were no injuries to firemenor The fire marshal investigated the
the sole occupant, Ms. Suzanne scene Wednesday, but no cause of
Simmons Pfenniger, the owner. the fire was announced, and is still
Firemen got the call at 3:30: a.m., under investigation.There .
had the fire under control by 4:30: was $101,000 worth of insurance -
a.m. and stayed at the site until after on the home, according to 0
6:30: a.m. to make sure the lightered the Starke Fire Department. It has
pine lumber did not re-ignite. been determined to be a total loss by tr -i
Flames) were shooting out of the the Fire Dept. Insurance to the contents w.
roof when they got to the scene of the of the home, filled with anti. : T' r
home, thought to be over a centuryold ques owned by Ms. Pfenniger, was
according to former owner, S.R. $40,000 and there was an estimated .
Johns Jr. Eleven fire fighters used $5,000 to $10,000 loss, according to ,ur II +
the city's water cannon from the Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee
middle of Washington Street to S.R. Johns Jr moved into the 4pI 'fwr
spray the top of the house. Other house when he was 8 or 9 years old, l
firemen used two 1l/ -lnch hoses and and is now 71. Johns remembers his
one 2'2' inch hose to get water inside father. S.K. Johns Sr., bought the
the second story. It took over two house from Ed Canova in the 1920s P
hours to finally put out the stubborn He has heard that a doctor lived in !
flames inside the house. the house before the Canova's ownedit.
The first story sustained much It would be a good guess that the
smoke and water damage, according house is over 100 years old, says
Ms. Pfenniger The house was Johns.

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Tired Firemen After Wednesday Morning's Fire... Examining the Damage...

Hey Kids! "China," demonstration of "wok"cooking Starke firemen battled flames! at the S.R. Johns home at Walnut and Capt. Tom Howe and Fireman Jeff llarpe give the second tory one
Join your friends for a summer of chop sticks, and fortune Washington( Streets over three hours Wednesday morning, and by 6:30: more look beror..l..aving the stone. The hottest part 4If> the fire was in the
fun at the Bradford County Libraryat cookies. a.m. had the second story fire out. middle of the second story where the roof completely burned through.

105 E. Jackson at Walnut Street in July 1, Tuesday: Preschool-5,
Starke, across the street from the "China" demonstrations and game

First United Methodist Church. "Chase the Dragon's Tail." /Go-. ... .. .. .. ... .....: .
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This year's program, "Read July 3, Thursday: Ages 6.12, ::
Around the World," began Thurs- "Japan," making of wind socks. L.M. Gaines To Retire Oct. 1 ( _
day, June 19, with a puppet show, July 8, Tuesday: Preschool-5, .1.1w '
"The Silly Song Show." Programswill "Irish Day," Folk tales and the
continue as listed through Tuesday making of Leprechaun ladders. j Hotel
July 29.Programs. July 10, Thursday: For all ages, From City-County Zoning Bd. Magnolia :
for children 3-5 years of "Tom Sawyer Day, The 4th annual -
age are each Tuesday at 10 a.m. frog jump awards, refreshments. Downtown Starke
Programs for children age 6-12 are Wear your jeans and straw hats! L.M. Gaines, zoning and building became zoning director for the city across Post Office II
invited to attend the Thursday programs July 15, Tuesday: Preschool-5, director for Starke and Bradford when the offices were consolidatedin
at 10 a.m. "Children around the World" County, announced his retirement, 1981.
For more information phone the mobiles. effective October 1, at Tuesday Rooms for Rent
library at 9646400. night's County Zoning Board Gaines said he is resigning reluc-
meeting. tantly for reasons of health. "I still
The library's summer reading July 17, Thursday: Ages 6-12, Gaines became county zoning enjoy the job," he said, "and feel Nightly Weekly Monthly j
schedule is "Games Around the World" and
program as follows: director in October 1973! three years that I have made a worthwhile con-
refreshments.July after the county's first zoning or- tribution to the planning and zoning Nightly $8OC From $35 Weekly
Preschool to 5 of 22, Tuesday Preschool-5 "
years age: : dinance was adopted. He also effort in Bradford County.
Tuesdays 10-10:30 a m. "King/Queen for a Day," English Jj.N.
Ages 6.12 years, Thursdays tales and the making of crowns.
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10-10:30: a.m. July 24, Thursday" : Ages 6-12, Installation Ceremonies Set for Post 56 '- . .. ........_.. .. . -.. .. .. ._.."-'-.
The library encourages parents of "Christmas in July, The making of
children 5 years old and younger to Christmas ornaments and gifts for Installation ceremonies for the Crosby, elected Finance Officer is
accompany their children to programs each child. new officers of American Legion Joe Gissy, re-elected is Service Of.
I ',- says, Librarian .Arnold July 29, Tuesday For all ages, Post 56 are set Sunday, June 29, at 3* ficer Bill Haas, and historian is
I Weeks End of the Summer Program- p.m. in the Legion Hall on Edwards Jerry Rich
i Juno 26, Thursday: Ages 6-12, "Watermelon Party and Games." Road.
the Best
Re-elected as post commander is All Post 56 members and wives "Buy *
Robert L. Brown Jr. First Vice- and post auxiliary members are urg-
Commander is Jimmy Epps, Second ed to attend says Commander
nil own.t'own -M.V..1. un. Vice-Commander is Jerry Starling, Brown. Pay Nothingtill 'f
Heights reappointed a post adjutant is Al Refreshments will be served.WE .
(From Page 1)) area and the plans are for

installed at major Call Street in- her to administer both grants. Labor Day'? '

tersections. The Department of Phone Bids... ic rr ?
Transportation has a planned$85,000 ? Jamoo C Sin La ...ihw. NCnrrrwtllMaaua
Clerk Neil Tucker advised the
renovation of the Call and Walnut City 1
council that only one bid has been BUYALUBVIlNUM FlOFIDA! AlA COMJlIICNlHoIM: l'
Street intersection planned to coin-
received a central switchboardfor 7
cide with the downtown project.
city hall. "I a
Day Moving Here.. The project was advertised, but CANSAND ,
only two bid forms were requested,
Grant writer Linda Day is in the and only one bid was actually received -
process of moving to the Keystone the clerk said.
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(From Page 1) elude full of liliilllllllgll i
I a program clog dancing, i I
with a blend of country and pop acappella singing, old-time fiddling, I (
I songs. storytelling, patriotic bluegrass,and DELIVERYBring dlllllIIl
I Tom T. Hall is one of the biggest gospel music as well as games and at
names in country music. In addition, contests for children of all ages.A l I IL'
Hall is a songwriter and story teller day-long event is planned for July Yours to . .
He has over 30 albums out, includinghis 4, beginning at 9:30: a.m. with a
own hits of "Old Dogs, Children carillon concert of popular 325 LAKE STREET h ihili t l
and Watermelon Wine," "CountryIs American and Stephen Foster selec- lLtllhl
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I Blending Was Florida's 'Fourth Largest City' Back in Hectic Years of World War

th construction sewer lines as deep as 32 feet in muck and .
tivity at BKinding during .
is still
Although Camp Ulandmg a
beehive the period starting in the early '940!!. Out of a water." they grubbed palmettos and .. ." .
of activity under I ho aegis t.
.. often .
cleared working at
sand and swamps. night "
welter of traffic jams, dust '
Florida National Guard it still cannot .
scrub oak the sprawling ramp took shape by the light of carbide lamps, stopping only ,
with the World War II period >
compare 1f so rapidly that timekeepers hud to ride long enough to gulp cola lunches, wash -
when billed "Florida'sFourth
Kl.Hiding was us
ed lukewarm soda
l.irgi'sl C'lly" in news stories horseback to keep up with the fast-moving down by pop.

around the Mate t work gangs Every available truck, drag line, and
Laborers and prtisians came from as far steam roller in the state was rented for
In it July 5, 1943 t.x.'cial issue on Blan-
work at Blanding... cranes and other
as the Pacific Coast. Work ran
ilitiB. the Florida Times-Union said it re-
daily from Jacksonville, and workers from heavy equipment used on the job bore
quiml 2lMM( ) laborers, with a monthly
also rode in of trucks, names of contractors throughout the
a wide area a convoy
roll of to construct the
p.iv $2,500MMl camp in 12-foot stake South... thirty buildings a day were started
each packing some 60 men,
and 25tXMi railway cars yearly to transport If
bodies, often standing while riding up to and finished.. miles of railroad cars stood
tin- l5it.KH( arriving and It'avingBIIIIIIII.t
persons 12-month 140 miles a day, to and from work. Due to on sidings, and lumber was unloaded
during a period. Operation
) directly into an electric sawmill... cut
nl the rail fjcihlies taken heavy rUl h-hour traffic, it took more than
were over by
lumber slid out onto a platform where hun
an hour to crawl the eight miles from
llu D S in theiOH'rnmt'nt
Army July, 1941 saving
Starke to Blanding. dreds of men nailed it together. big
( more than $250,000 in
reached lifted the finished
cranes over,
I transportation costs in less than two years. For this gruelling work of 48-hour weeks, sections onto trucks, and hauled them lo

In these comparatively calm years of ordinary labor was paid 40 cents an hour- building sites... The sides of new structures
less than $20 week They helped dig
pi'aco. ills hard to imagine the frenzied ac were assembled as foundations were
finished, and ready for the roofs in -

. . u U.H' c. .. H " "' ,. ...... .,. ... ... minutes. Workmen moved on to the next -
,, ) buildings. So many were involved, it took
.,. .. ,
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.1. '} : ; / (\ -:,' J three days to pay them off. '*

I ;"f'I'limfO"D'" ; f J '.I.l is'' I,. In its'1943 story, the Times-Union said ; .

t ", (,, .. : \;, ., ,,, ;.. .. "u ...... ) C "The story of Camp Blanding is like the

". h.t"110" it: ...v- ., .. .. ... ', ,. . .. .. .. '" .. .. '''' . '..r magic of a city springing up in the Starke Guard at Blanding
wilderness at the crossroads of two

pioneer wagon trains."
Member of the Starke National Guard unit are picturrd at the water
Sen. Hawkins' No-Show Originally planned as a National Guard bag In front of their hutments at Camp Blanding during the early days of
Camp to replace Camp Foster near training with the 124th Infantry at the outbreak of World War II. Pictured

Jacksonville, which had been taken over at I..Uls 1st Sgt. Elmo Slruth (later commissioned a Captain), who was
by the Naval Air Station, the camp was in .
killed in action the Philippines.nurseries.
Left Stage to Gov. Graham taken over for regular Army training purposes
with start of World War II.
from towns and cities.
service clubs with libraries and cafeterias, nearby

The Times-Union reporter said, "Today, several officers and non-commissioned officer "In the center of the reservation and

The latest issue of "County Line," official ding that equipment to detect surface Camp Commander Brigadier General L.A. clubs, recreation halls, and company convenient to all troops stationed there is
t Kunzig can survey a thriving metropolis of "day rooms" for rest and relaxation. the 'Madison Square Garden of the
publication of the Republican National vessels and low-flying aircraft is needed war, complete with every facility to be camp.
The Field House is a large sports arena
Committee, advises the party's to win the war against drug smugglers found in a modern city. "Kingsley Lake, long a summer resort type structure with an arched roof, providing -

candidates to "Make the best of your and illegal aliens. "In additon to the fire department, for swimming and fishing is now dotted 18,000 square feet of floor space for

News Media..Ask yourself, 'am I get Graham also warned that reforms are telephone and telegraph service, police with amphibian jeeps and landing boats basketball and other games, including indoor

ting press coverage?". needed in the nation's health force, sewage disposal plants, huge for troop training. baseball. Six outdoor tennis courts
care warehouses the water supply and concrete handball courts have
by score, a "The Recruiting and Induction Station eight
1C this is good advice, Senator Paula system to protect the standard of living system, and a complete railroad system for the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, and also been constructed near the Field

Hawkins missed the boat when failing to for older Americans. He pointed out including roundhouse, the 'city includes a Marines handles a steady stream of hun House."

appear on the platform with her that under the present system, the hugh artillery thousands range, a drill area and firing dreds of men daily from Selective Service Concluding on an optimistic note, the

challenger, Bob Graham, at a meeting federal government pays only a obstacle ranges of courses, and a of general acres maneuver, myriad Boards throughout the State The Reception Times-Union article said: "Fulfilling its

of the Florida Press Association in minimal amount for health care. For area extending miles from the post Centers handle selectees awaiting wartime job with efficiency and dispatch,
their initial assignment to various bran Camp Blanding stands on the shores of
Sarasota last weekend. Hawkins' nonappearance major illnesses, the government pays lakefront site. ches of the service. Lake monument to
Kingsley as a
is even more notable since only while a person is in the hospital, "The installation also includes a score of "In addition to all this American initiative and ingenuity-which
Camp Blanding
at the time of the Sarasota FPA convention forcing patients to drain their savin s. church chapels, an open air theatre, eight employs 4,000 civilians. Some are housed will be the winning factor in ridding the

attended by daily and weekly The government emphasizes illness instead War Department movie houses, many in the seven dormitories, complete with world of hate and destruction for the

newsmen from all parts of Florida, she of wellness, he added. Post Exchanges, four guest houses, four mess halls on the post. Others commute generations to come."

was attending a Senate sub-committee "It takes effort to get the attention of
hearing in St. Petersburg, less than antlour's "
the news media, the GOP advisor to
drive away.In candidates said. "Press releases and Letters to the Editor-

one paper, a Hawkins' staff media kits are a good introductory step,

member was quoted as saying that she but don't expect the media to give attention

and Graham had agreed not to appear to a subject without some To The Editor and Manager Of problem had not have happened to this town due to a relative being hospitali/cd.

together until September, ana in knowledge of a credible spokesman." The Bradford Telegraph: class on their 15-year reunion. At that time We apologize for the fact that the person

another paper she was quoted as saying the photographer from The Telegraph did contacted by Mrs McGuire did not notify
"I don't know anything about that. I just Senator Hawkins would be well- This letter is for the benefit of the Class not show either. They had been asked well her that he could not be present on this occasion
advised to read her party's own publication of 1966. It won't replace the class picture in advance to take pictures for this reunion so other arrangements for a picture
go here they tell me to. before skipping any more statewide which was supposed to be taken by the also. could be made.

But one thing Senator Hawkins is not media events. Telegraph for our 20-year class reunion, Enough is Enough! This situation has Thanks

erlooking is the big! money it takes to but perhaps it will let them know that the caused a lot of disappointment for many ExpressedFor

get elected to any office these days. In a neglect Comnvttee.was not on the part of the Class people. I just want my fellow classmates to Chris Publicity

know that this error was not the fault of the Dear Mr. Matthews:
memo stamped "CONFIDENTIAL" in
WASHINGTON The Telegraph was contacted on Mon Committee, but the fault of the
half-inch letters Mrs. Pauline Aiken and I wish to thank
mailed to and
day before the reunion and the photographer the Bradford County
thousands of registered Republicans in VIEWPOINTby photographer assured me he would be Telegraph and also that it has not been you for.your coverage of the Chris Camp

Florida, her campaign advisor said, "... there at 5:45: to take our group pictures..He taken lightly at alll. .. .. ? .... bell story.
"To: .see. him show off hts.nearly cleared
we must raise $945,000 by June 20 We asked that I please call back on Friday and bisa ppointedRosie -
or Extremely
Sen. Lawton Chiles him "GENTLE" reminder body and hear him say "I don't hurt
give a that he
Will Lose This Race. June 20 came and was to be at the reunion at that time. That E. McCarthy anymore" is worth the work we've all done

went but only about $100,000 was raised reminder was made and was to be given to these past six months.

from the letters. (Editor's note: A new drug Ihn'atnur an old the photographer by the Telegraph's Editor's Note: Last Thanksgiving when I first saw
in form-is Needless The Telegraph regrets our failure to obtain Chris he reminded me of a little fallen
threat a new sweeping the country, receptionist. to say, he did not
But in spite of the "all is lost, unless"memo according to newspaper and maga/ine reports. show and was given an extra 45 minutes in a photograph of the reunion of the sparrow and my prayer at that time, as

there is no sign that Senator It appeals to oung people. Including teenagers, hopes that he would still be there. Class of 1966. We would still like to run a well as now, was that his suffering would

Hawkins has given up the political because of its low price "by the chip" and its photo of the group if one suitable for forever end.
"rock" The Telegraph is supposed to be responsible publication was taken by any class He is no longer in pain for the first time
easy a\'ailabilily. Variously as or
ghost Her own personal poll, reportedly "crack" locall "crank"--this for obtaining news and events for its member or other person present. in his five years and he can swallow
-or eten as new
recently showed her running neck-ana- and popular form of coc'allll'all just beginning readers. This reunion may be of little interest without choking. No more screaming just

neck with Governor Graham. But an independent to hit the school-age market here uhm summer and importance to persons not involved When possible, the paper attempts to to take his shirt off
taken last \acafion arrhed. L'nless its but to the Class of 1966 and its cover as many newsworthy events as its May God bless you and all the caringpeople
newspaper poll popular!} wanes it
families it is that will limited staff will allow.
something Saturday
never night, who have made this change possi
will be back in the fall
: term,
May showed Graham with 13 probably moreprl''all'nt
a percent come again! June 21, several members of the staff were ble. Chris will need our continuing support
than In the
U-ad over Hawkins, which is generally e\er. article below. out of town attending a Florida Press for the next two
Senator Chiles describes he has There wouldn't be for
new legislation
cause extreme years.May
believed to be bit Association convention in Sarasota.
a more realistic than Belle Whitehead
introduced the
Senate that "crack"offenders this
providing : upset over neglect if this same
the Hawkins' private poll.In be subjected to the sliffes.1 sentences Another reporter-photographer was out of Kt. 3 Box 990, Starke

the possible under the law. He needs our help. Let
meantime both candidates are
Congressman know how feel about this
your jou
]leaving few stones unturned in their latest threat to our >outh, as well vulnerable County Agent's Notebook o )
search for the millions now required to adults.) Co t : it' i : l: nt

promote a candidate for any major office

on television. The Graham campaign's DECLARING WAR ON ROCK Several kinds of burrowing animals are MOLE CONTROL sever lack of moisture.

goal is to raise $3 million by the found in our area, but moles g generally are Trapping, which is the most satisfactory
A edilor for sold and
rising proLCvvcd. used are
end of June; and Hawkins, whose fund- a major newspaper in not only springing up in the most annoying. They ofte n cause conndscapes assume that many moles are present. Actually method of mole control requires some care

raising efforts were slowed by her recent Florida became addicted to CHICS like Miami, Orlando, siderable damage to home lai as ] a single mole could be responsible. and planning. If any portion of a trap is exposed

hospitalization is now hitting the cocaine rock also known as Tampa and Fort Laudcrdalc. well as commercial areas, I such as golfunderground The mole is a very active animal and requires in a mole's runway, the mole will
crack and destroyed his but also in smaller courses and farms. a large amount of food, often con detect it and back away. On the other
big-bucks trail in earnest. Treasury career as a result areas like Florida's Sumler Moles live so completely i suming an amount equal to its body weight hand, moles are not disturbed by soil

Secretary: James Baker was the A young man from Fort Couniy .. population that they are seldom seen The mole is in a single day. blocking their runways. So, proper place

featured attraction at a $1,000 per couple Pierce sold his family's 27OOO -- where there are 40 relatively small, measuring i about five or Moles often are blamed for eating root ment of the trap is the key to successful

fundraiser in her behalf in SI2,000 computer for $70 lo known rock dealers doing six inches from the tip of its long flexible crops, such as sweet potatoes, carrots, and trapping. ,
finance his rock habit. business. Also, large nose to the end of its short tai I. Its body is peanuts. However, the real culprits usual
Tallahassee Wednesday night. A 14-year-old boy from amounts of the drug have Location of the trap is also important.
covered with brownish plush I ike fur. Hav- ly are pocket gophers, cotton rats or mice.
Naples stole SI4,000 from been confiscated in such Many burrows made during the search for
Gov. ing external or the mole Earthworms and insects constitute the
Graham says he would have no eyes ears, ap-
his communities food used To find burrow
parents over a 30-day as Inverness are never again. a
parently is guided by sensati ions of touch bulk of a mole's diet. It the mole's
\velcomed Hawkins' appearance at the period lo get his fix of rock. Winter Park, Immokalee, ; menu that is consistently traveled, cave in
and smell. A mole moves thn ough the soil were the only consideration it undoubtedly

but These are but three peaDade City and Palmetto. short sections of all visible and
meeting, obviously enjoyed runways
newspaper with breast stroke actio would be considered beneficial
a >n, reaching a
who have fallen Is
ple to the Equally alarming thai
check each day to which the mole
see ones
the opportunity to address the cocaine rock epidemic -. the the owners or these drug ahead and pulling the earth ba ck and to the animal, because it eats many harmful reopens. After repeating this for

news media in a solo appearance.In latest drug craze sweeping! dens are employing minors side. This action also forces the surface pests. Unfortunately, in searching for two or three days, should be process ready to
Florida. lo serve as cop lookouts andS soil upward, makes the fan liliar ridges food, moles damage lawns and gardens by you
set Be to follow all of
traps. sure carefully
a hard-hitting analysis of the drug ,,, months ago I held a husilcr*. that traces its progress.If uprooting small plants, breaking the roots the
manufacturer's direction for
problem now threatening to weaken ana meeting with law enforceClearlylhose dealing In you observe a large nur nber of bur of others, and loosening the soil around trap use.

demoralize the nation, Graham ment officials in Florida on rock should face the Sliffesl rows in your lawn or garden, i l's natural to larger plants, causing them to suffer a If a trap fails to produce within two days,
declared that U.S. forces the spread of "designer penalties that the law allows. it probably means the mole has changed
military drugs" into the slate. At that Right now a rock dealer its habits, the have been
runway may
should be given a much stronger role in meeting I first learned about Taccs no greater risk than disturbed too much, or the trap may have

protecting U.S. borders, especially rock, and about its dangerous docs a small time pusher be Forestry in Bradford County been set improperly. In any case, a non
effects. Today, I con cause of loopholes in our
Florida's ever-increasing drug traffic sider U the number one drug laws productive trap should be moved to a new

from countries to the south of us."Mexico's problem in the nation and I Under legislation I have By David W. Norton location after a reasonable wait.

am nol alone. just introduced rock Bradford County Forester You
weak and may hear about other methods of
economy Rock -- smokable- offenders will face the
political problems make the cocaine .- made on a highest price federal law The Divison of Forestry stepped up the The Choctawhatchee Sand pine, mole control poison baits, gas, and
.S-Mexico border a natural of kitchen stove or Bunsen allows. A first-lime offender production of tree seedlings by several Christmas-tree-Sand pine and, the flooding. Unfortunately, these are not ef
source burner, is cheap, plentiful convicted of carrying a gram million trees this year in response to increased Longleaf pine are in great demand so you fective. Your best bet is trapping.
illegal activity, the Governor said. and intensely addictive. of rock would be sentenced plantings by landowners. The should place your order early if you are interested

"We must protect our borders, increase Experienced narcotics up lo 2O-ycar in prison and state grows about half the 170 million in those species. The price of all

the border patrols, .nd use the military officers tell me they've never up lo a $250,000 fine, and a seedlings planted each year in Florida, Sand pine is $20 per thousand and Longleaf
to expand identification of unauthorized seen anything like rock for rotk dealer that sells near with large wood-using Industries producing pine is $25 per thousand. ON BEING
potency and impact. schools or uses minors as the rest for their own uses. The total production of Live Oak and
activity, he declared.To Another officer claims it's lookouts could gel a life sentence Laurel Oak are low again this These
the most addictive drug as u offender A record of 45 million improved year.
repent crop
seedlings are popular and sell out A
better protect Florida's borders, known to man right now. Some nmy Ihmk this is Slash pine seedlings are growing in state very PARENT
order in and sell
Graham suggested the use of personnel dime rates have doubled in too hursh I have no suchqualms. nurseries this year to supply landowners very for fast-get your thousand. fast,
cities where rock is spreading We f.ae an cmer winter ing $60 per
MacDill AFB during the 1986-87 planting season. Children
from in Tampa as addicts try to support gen y situation nnd we need Other deciduous trees available from the are great most ol the
Homestead AFB the Jacksonville NAS ,,,. Division of nurseries include timel lo help you cope with
their hub Hut what really lo lake emergency slops. I These improved seedlings grow to good Forestry raising
and Eglin AFB near Fort Walton Beach, scared me was when I heard hope the passage of these form and an estimated IS percent faster Dogwood and Red Cedar, both are $60 per children call Tel Med at 964-496

others "They have the radar to thai even heroin addii.li arc highly punitive measures will than ordinary Slash pines. This is good thousand. or 37S-0007 and ask for any of
among ufraid of rock'. tragic und strike tctir in the hearts of news for landowners seeking to boost All trees other than the commercial these tapes by number
detect any high-level, unidentified air- deadly effects Ihose helpinii spread this timber production on their land. pines species are in limited supply so it is

11 ail, but they IK .. v.... ...<- ...**..*"'*.**,? ('ncui,,,: fretbasemutes dangerous, epidemic IMPORTANT that you place your order on 133 Advice for parents of
for low-level radar" Graham said ad ( where rink is Material for placing orders will become or soon after July 1. Order early for Live teenagers
available July 1, with delivery scheduled Oak, Laurel Oak, Dogwood, and Red 404 Brothers and sisters getting
for the winter planting season. Cedar-remember these are seedlings. along
Another pine supplied by the state Information about how to order these 405 The single parent family

nurseries is the rust-resistant Loblolly, seedlings is available from any local Division 408 Discipline and punishment
also a major commercial tree in Florida. of Forestry office and landowners 434 Child abuse

The price for Improved Slash and rust- may obtain advice and other assistance

resistant Loblolly is $20 per thousand with forestry questions at the County Tel-Med is a free service brought

seedlings. Forester's office in the Bradford County to you by the Auxiliary of Bradford
The IRS takes In over half a trillion dollars Several other species of trees ure Agricultural Building Hospital. Incr
every year.
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Marsena LaVonne Brantley. were Grant Williams,Greg Jackson, r ,' Receptions I I
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. GeraldBrantley Robbie Pearce, T.J. Carver, Mike ,J Parties I
of Starke,and Robert Allen Akridge, Eddie McGee and Andy
Pratt, son of Mr & Mrs. Arthur Leithelser.
Pratt were united in marriage The Matron of Honor was Mrs. ,
Saturday, June 14 at 6:00: p.m. in the Mary Williams.She wore a flamingo ,
Starke Church of God with Rev. pink satin gown with a Queen Anne \c Ii
Walter F. Montz performing the neckline and dropped Madonna style New ArrivalsJimmy
nuptials.The waist. The gown was accented by I
church was decorated with a netted flowers in island turquoise.She B
white arched candalabra centered in wore pink pearls,a gift from the
the rostrum, flanked with tree bride and carried a long cascade ofisland Luther McCarleyJim Justin Lee Davis
candlabras on either side, baskets of turquoise silk flowers and
mixed spring flowers were placed on flamingo pink lillies. / and Tammy McCarley, Jr., Theresa Ann Davis proudly announces
the rostrum, baskets of greenery, The bride's attendants were Molly i proudly announce the birth of a son, the birth of a son, Justin
Fiscus trees and palms graced the Pearce, Carrie Sellars, Claudine Jimmy Luther, (Buddy). He was Lee, born June 16, 1986. He weighed
church. Spiral candalabras were Greenly, Missy Kelly and Audra ; : k born at Baptist Medical Center, 9 Ibs., 1 oz.Grandparents.
placed on the floor along with little Brantley, sister of the bride. They Jacksonville weighing 8 Ibs, 3 ozs. are Mr. & Mrs
Fiscus trees and ferns. The pews wore tea length island turquoise "' Maternal grandparents are Mr. & George Trull.Godparents.
were marked with white bows and gowns of satin with Queen Anne ,':::re Mrs. Benny Wilkison,Jr.,of Lawtey. are Rev Stephen &
greenery throughout the church. necklines and dropped waistlines.The .-', Maternal great-grandmother is Sandy Pippin of Starke.
The vestibule table held an arrange- attendants also wore pink pearls '".',:-or.. Geneva Wilkison of Lawtey.
ment of spring flowers, interspersedwith which was a gift from the bride. 4> '/ Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Summer Brooke Thomassen
burning tapers flanked by white Their flowers were also silk in island 'L': i Mrs. Jim McCarley, Sr., of Starke. Kenny and Becky Thomassen of
doves and the bride's book. turquoise with flamingo pink lillies. Paternal great-grandparents are Starke proudly announce the birth ofa
The flower girls were Amber : Mr. & Mrs. Wallace Sessions of daughter, Summer Brooke, on
Nuptial music was provided by Brown and Carolyn Kern. The were Cusseta, Alabama. April 22 in Baptist Hospital of
pianist Sharon Martin and Daniel attired similar to the attendants and V 4' Jimmy joins a sister, Brandi!, who Jacksonville. Summer was born at
Martin accompanied by soloists carried baskets of lace trimmed in Mr.& Mrs Kobrrt .------ is 2 1/2 years old.Wesley 1:15: p.m. weighing 6 Ibs., 9 ozs. She
Virginia Crawford and Bill McRae. turquoise and pink ribbons. Pratt David EppsMr. joins a brother, William, who is two
The ring bearer was Bryan The Bride's table was covered tied to it. The years old.Maternal.
The bride, given in marriage by Kirkland. He was attired in a white with white flounced cloth, centered Miss Donna Parado.cake was served by & Mrs Bobby Harold Epps grandparents are Mr.
her father, Gerald Brantley, wore a Jon-Jon suit and carried a cream with a fout-tiered cake in white The punch was served proudly announce the arrival of and Mrs Hilton C. Coleman, Sr., of
by Karen
long white satin and chiffon overlay and pink needlepoint pillow.A decorated with white cheribums and Martin Lorrie Sellars their son, Wesley David, on June 11, Starke.
gown with a Queen Anne neckline reception was held in fellowship doves, topped with the bride & Bennett Various and Doug 1986 at 5:12: p.m. in Alachua General Maternal great-grandparents are
fitted bodice, long fitted sleeves hall which was decorated with potted groom. The wedding cake was flank. served Sharon finger Martin.foods were Hospital, Gainesville. He weighed 7 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and Mr.
trimmed in alecon lace and seed plants and pink helium balloonson ed by a three tier silver candalabra The gift by table and rice Ibs, 1 oz.Maternal. and Mrs. Jack Coleman, both of
pearls. The long chapel train was which was inscribed "Just Mar holding pink burning tapers, silver attended by April Taylor.bags were grandparents are Mr. & Starke.
trimmed in alecon lace and seed ried". trays held mints and nuts. The cake Mrs.Phillip David Hayes of Lawtey, Paternal grandfather is Mr. Hans
pearls She carried a bouquet of long Guests were greeted at the door by was cut and served by Mrs. Margie The bride is a 1986 graduate of maternal great-grandmother is Mae Thommassen of Norway
cascade white silk lillies, pink roses Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt who Kern, Shirley Selig, Karen Brown Bradford High School and will at- Hayes of Asbury, West Virginia.
and and Jeanette tend college in St. Maternal Andrew Scott McRaeMr.
white daisies with a white ribbon the Dunlap Petersburg great-grandparents are
streamer tied in love knots.The wedding The Groom's table held a The groom is a 1980 graduate of Mr. & Mrs. Richard Price of
The Bride's book attended by & Mrs. William M. McRae of
flowers were made by the bride's chocolate cake that was flanked with Bradford High School and is in con- Ronceverte, West Virginia.The .
Miss Pam Pratt The table was Kingsley Lake the
proudly announce
aunt, Pat Her silver candlesticks and struction In St. Petersburg paternal
various grandparents
Brantley. only ornaments are
covered with white flounced cloth birth of Andrew Scott born
a son ,
were pearl earrings and other foods on one end. The other Following a honeymoon trip to Mr. &Mrs.Harold Wesley Epps,and ,
with a wedding engraved with June 19 1986 at Alachua General
plate ,
necklace. The headpiece was a the bride and groom's name, which end held a ball & chain, a billy-jack, Cancu Islands, Mexico the couplewill aunt, Angela Epps, of Starke. Paternal Hospital.
handcuffs and a truck with reside in St. Petersburg.Anderson .
toy great-grandmother
Anne cans is Marie C.
Queen Juliet with
cap a had been made by the groom aunt. Maternal grandparents are Mr. &
fingetipped illusion veil enhanced Epps of Jonesboro, Arkansas, and Millard
Assisting were Ms. Jennie Taylor, Mrs. Brown of Starke.
with seed pearls. Carolyn Joyner, Donna Brantley, Annual ReunionSet paternal great-grandfather is Lacy Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
B. Silcox of Starke.
The groom's Best Man was his Barbara Kirkland, Doug Bennett FellowshipSet For July 5 Mrs. Donald McRae of Starke.
father, Arthur Pratt. The ushers and David Kirkland. at BrookerBy
Descendants of James M. L.
NRB June 27 Anderson and Mary Edna (Frazier) Engagements I

A special youth fellowship Anderson should mark July 5 on
Pratts host wedding rehearsal dinner gram sponsored by the New River pro- their calendars. That's the day the
Baptist Church will be held in the clan will be gathering in the com Ginger Jones, Sylvia Hollis Announces
Brooker Youth Center on Friday, munity center in Lulu, Fla, for their James
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pratt hosted a ceramic placecards with the bride June 27, at 7 p.m. annual reunion. Plan to be there by Rosier Engagement to
rehearsal dinner at their home in and grooms name and wedding date Many activities for young childrenwill 10 a.m to swap stories and catch up Announce Engagement Edmond Johnson, Jr.
Pinewood Subdivision in honor of inscribed on it. be offered as well as programs on family history. Bring a covered
their son, Robert Allen, and fiancee, for teenagers. One program for dish for the noon meal. Mr. Curtis O. Jones of Starke announces Mrs. Lovie Mae Hollis of Lawtey,
Marsena Brantley, Friday, June 13, A buffet supper made by the teens will concern rock and roll James M L Anderson's father the engagement and up- announces the engagement and forthcoming
after their wedding rehearsal.The groom's aunt was served to the wedding music. was killed in the Civil War His coming marriage of his daughter, marriage of her daughter,
tables were covered with pink party and relatives of the cou Hot dogs and drinks will be mother, Elizabeth (Douglass) mar Ginger L. Jones, to James J. Rosier, Syliva Ann Hollis, to Edmond
linen cloths, centered with pink and ple. The couple presented gifts to plied to hungry youngsters.sup- ried Sellars Cole and later married son of Mrs. Minnie Rosier of Mac- Johnson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
white ceramic hurricane lamps. their attendants. Everyone is welcome to attend. Daniel Sumner. Descendants of clenny and Mr. Edmond Rosier of Edmond Johnson, Sr., of Starke.
Each place was marked _with these other two marriages are also Lawtey. The bride-elect is a 1986 graduateof
invited to attend the reunion. The Bride elect is a 1974 graduateof Bradford High and is employed by
For more information, contact Bradford High School. Starke Uniform.
Mae Moore, Route 1, Box 28, Starke, Ginger and James are both Edmond is a 1979 graduate of
Fla. 32091, phone number 964-6405 or employees of Lake Butler apparel. Bradford High and is employed by
PEP-0 FOOD STORE Charles E Anderson, 905 Texar The wedding is planned for June L.W.C.I.

Drive, Pensacola, Fla 32503, phone 28, 1986 at Madison Street Baptist The wedding is planned for June

620 S. Walnut Street U.S. 301 South StarkeIs number_4334555.d ___._____ Church- in Starke. ---. 28, 1986 at the Philadelphia Baptist
Church in Lawtey.Local .
Having Their....

-After Church Specialjoin EventsLittle

Sale! Us Alter Church
Annivesary Wednesday ft Sunday Nights
:' No Charge for Beverage Peeples DaycareHas
KMtb'CHltKENlFACTORY.' Fun with Clown
IncJI III (Colfee or Tea)
with any food Item. Learns to Make Pizza
SHOP WITH US FOR TOP 904.964-4415 Nih
QUALITY pen 6 am Hwy301 S. Starke. Fla .ILUye Table Service, Only Lou Ann the Clown from Lou Ann's
Azalea Farms of Starke visited the
FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY SPECIALS: Little Peeples Daycare Center May
Gasoline Diesel Kerosene Motor Oils
16. She entertained by
110 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. '7.50 . . . SALE *5" I blowing bubbles while everyone the children

115 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. 'M1.25 . . . SALE B" tried catching and popping them.
These Low PricesFrito She sang songs with the children and
t 120 PCS. (Chicken Only) Reg. 15.00 . . SALE 1100 ended her visit by passing out
Lay Vegetables available with orders ((8'itra charge) lollipops to all.
.s Golden Flake Carry Out Orders Only All Orders Mixed Pizza Hut's manager, Joe, and
Ruffles s ALL PRICES ARE PLUS TAX asst. manager, Carol, brought Pizza
Potato To receive discount coupon must. accompany order.Oiler Hut to Little Peeples May 19. They
expires July 3 1986
c- told how they make their dough
99 \ I CHDS Chips every morning, weigh it and cut it
1.29Cigarettes % -;:: \ .w ...w...+... u.. "_. ..::...........'........... Joe rolled it out and give it his
reg. "! ._ & [ Hours 10-530: M.F famous "Pizza Spin" before placing
PEPSI 10.45al. .J.-A.-- it in the pans. Carol covered the
South 301 Plaza on S dough with sauce, pepperoni and
Corn cheese and then into the it
!7 ChipsBuy oven
Pepsi Free Mt. Dew ((904)9648547Sl.irkc) A Speciality Gift, Shop went.

05 J Diet Pepsi Sunkist I 1- Get 1 Free Joe demonstrated pizza-cutting
$1 and then slice.
Pack / Dr. Pepper 39<= I II I $129 Hot 1'01a Stove<< Top Potpourri fragrances for house and carpet everyone enjoyed a

Plus Tax 'II/ l-Up Frosty '7 ea! Carpet-Matc'M various fragrances. Create a scentsation when New Plans River RevivalThe Bapt.

I you vacuum your carpets.
BIGLighter 16DZ. "i': 2 Liter New River Baptist Church
Come in and select a scent from our large selection.) will hold special revival services
Ne H : U'e Appreciate Your Patronage through the week of Monday, July

Bottles s pk / Coke ....................................................nn.."""..."....".................................. 14, through Sunday July 20.
Rev. Ben Peacock will be the
2/99 .. $ 0s special{ evangelist at this revival
1 Gift aimed particulary at youths, but
Line 964-5051
open to people of all ages.
Revival services will be held on
-=- \ Monday through Friday from 7-9
11 p.m. at the church.No .
: BS1 \ Saturday service will be held,
.- ...,. ... 'to but the special fellowship will con-
tinue with Homecoming services on
Budweiser Busch & Busch r9 \ rJo Sunday July 20, when Rev Peacock
& Budweiser Light Natural Light Flowers d44J' I will close out the revival.

12 Pk. -12 oz. Cans Suitcase 24-12 oz cans Quart Bread \\ Dinner the church on the on grounds Sunday and will a be group heldat

Beer t photograph for the church directorywill
Beer ) be taken. Don't miss itt
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5.09 $7 QQ I 99 1 Madison St. Preschool

a ? %? 20 oz. Loaf Accepting ApplicationsMadison

k St. Preschool is now accepting -
applications for our summer
: I and fall program, ages 2-5 year
Damian Real FruitSLUSHYnoz olds:Fall afterschool care ages 5.11

59(: 49 .... aWe year children olds.by special We will request.accept older

For more Information call
Cup 9 Oz.
are as near as your phone for china !silver crystal and otherpractical 964-6722, ask for Eula Nichols or Ina

gifts to please every bride. Our bridal consultants are Martin.

trained by the'National Bridal) Service

Register to Win Free To Pleasant Host Fellowship Grove Methodist

.1 JJ ;1/\1 'A DRESS I Pleasant Grove United Methodist

200 Gallons of GasolineTo I E GIFT SHOP Church Youth Department will sponsor -
a fellowship service on Friday
be given away July 31. No purchase necessary. You do not Bradford Square Shopping Cooler June 27 at 7:30 p.m.
The speaker will be Rev. Jewell
have to be present to win. 5 winners will be drawn. OPEN Mon.-Sat. 964-5051 Warren.
9:30-6:30: The public is Invited to attend.
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Hospital 1 Auxiliary Installs 1986- 7. Officers Hampton Hilites
,1. .- / .' "'fN" By Dolores Mong
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Phone 468-1915/
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WilmaJean I Terry New PresidentThe scheduled The Hampton for July 5.Jamboree Is

..Ki Auxiliary of Bradford Rearick congratulated the new officers Johns who has given 7,500 hours of Mrs. George Werre is home after

Hospital recently held their installation and asked for their help and service to the hospital. being in Bradford County Hospital.

of officers dinner at the Starke support. "I am pleased to have the Special guests attending the installation
Woman's Club. privilege to install and work with the dinner were: Virginia Vacation Bible School

Tim Rearick, Bradford Hospital new officers. There are many' exciting Crawford, Miss Alachua 1985, who Seventh-Day Adventist
Ft Administrator, conducted the in. times and lots of hard work provided musical entertainment,
i stallation ceremony. He commended ahead. But, with you all behind us and Marguerite Glover, Northeast ChurchThe

the Auxilians for their dedicationand we can't do anything but improvethe District Director of the Associationof Starke Seventh-Day Adventist

t service to the hospital. hospital." Florida Hospital Auxiliaries, Inc. Church will hold their Vacation Bi-

"The hospital volunteers are During the program, Marjorie The dinner was prepared and ble School from June 30 until July 11.

remarkable because of the time and Thomson, 1985-86 Auxiliary President served by Joe Larouere, Director of The hours will be 6:30: til 9:00: p.m.

energy they give up and don't expect presented a check for $5,000 to Food Service for Alachua General Children ages 4 to 12 are invited to
\ anything in return. On behalf of the Rearick on behalf of the Auxiliary. Hospital, and his staff. Alachua attend.

Board of Directors, medical staff "This money, I can assure you, will General Hospital and Bradford There will be stories crafts, sing-
and employees I extend our ap- be put to good use for Bredford Hospital are members of Santa Fe ing and lessons. Refreshments will

r preciation to you," said Rearick. Hospital in equipment needed for Healthcare Systems, Inc. be served.
The 1986-87 Auxiliary officers are: our new facility said Rearick.

I Wilma Jean Terry, President; Gerri Since May, 1985, the Auxilians
Green, First Vice-President; Rose have volunteered 5,975 hours in service Marks Family ReunionSet Did You Know...........

._ ---_ _- ..__._-_ ._ ._..._- McConnell, Second Vice-Presdient; .areas. Service hour pins were For June 29 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Trimpey and two
presented to 34 Auxilians during the
Roxanne Ruckdeschel, Recording
The 19H6-H7! Auxiliary officers are (front row, I-r: ) Corresponding Secretary; Linda Johns, Treasurer; ceremony The top award winners The Marks family invites you to sons, of Tampa, were overnight
last with Mr. &
Secretary Sophie Kimulls. First Vlce-Pres. Gerri Green President and Sophie Kimutis, Corresponding were Bernadine Early, who has their family reunion service at New guests Thursday
Wilma Jean Terry, (back row, I-r) Treasurer Linda Johns, Recording Secretary. volunteered 10,000 hours, and Linda Hope Baptist Church on Sunday, Mrs. William Haas.

Secretary Roxanne Ruckdeschel. ''''.. '' ...., ,oO, ... .-....... .. ... June 29.The Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Joiner of
{ service will begin at 11:00: Shalimar were visiting Mr. & Mrs.

; ,.1.'ii : a.m. Rev. Levy Lennon will be the William Haas for several days last

Local Realtors Attend Tampa MeetingCecelia ; "'l., ,::0: / speaker of the hour. week.S25DA16" .

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Terwillegar, President of the state level and the Education I..i "
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors, Committee. ) :. ,' '
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and Vernie Odom, Secretary, attended There are 65,500 members of the J !/i! ",'\, #1 "
the Fla. Association of Fla. Association of Realtors and a !" '':'','II>' "" ". ,, ..
Realtors Mid-Year 86' meeting June membership drive is on to top 80,000. <,.li\)<"! '\ '. : ; : I
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19. 20 & 21 at the Hyatt Regency in The Bradford Executive Board ; I.I.'I. ,i'" "':, ',.' .,' ." ".\, ." ewe' t uw
Tampa. Susan Faulkner joined themon meets the first Monday each month : 'i.1.!!. """f''h." ''n\. '. Iiii., \1

Friday. with a "Brown Bag Lunch" at 12 : ? )' .,I,', ,Jr.'.<" ....' g0

One of the highlights was meeting noon at the Chamber of Commerce.The 11"4 ', : : !' ; iI '
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candidates all candidates for governor general meeting is held the second ,,:,". ., "" : ; : \1i
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both Democrat and Republican. Tuesday of each month with a "" ,,'" ; ''I'' il. .\ ,. .. : ::
Cecelia serves on the state luncheon meeting at the Bradford ';/"' "' '' ''" ', I'Y : _
Committe. Susan PI" ", ,.I -ji"! it. \1e'1
Membership '
Family Restaurant. '' I'I .. ,
serves on the Magazine Committe at ,.,.:\\ '" made
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Shawn G. Hart, son of Shirley Myra Lynn is the daughter-in-law- Marjorie Thomson 1985-86 Bradford -Hospital Auxiliary President, ..
Lee is the
and grandsonof
L Stalvey and Homer F. Hart, both Christopher presents a check for $5,000 to hospital Administrator Tim Rearick duringthe ;"F='- .
Armond and Shirley Lehman .
of Lake Butler has \
completed a
installation of officers dinner. /' J!'
Melrose. ;, ,I. :(
Army primary leadership course at .;. ..1.1Poulan
Fort Stewart, Ga. Betty and Mike Dazinski of Starke

Students received training in were godparents. Dinner was held Y 2
later for all at the Western Steer
supervisory skills, leadership principles .. atm....
and small unit training techni- Steakhouse History Prof. Guest Speakerat \-
ques essential to a first-line super- Danielle Smith, a student at Brad- ;: ;:-
ford Middle School chosen
visor in a technical or ad- was
ministrative enviroment.Hart recently to attend the University of Chainsaw

is a supply sergeant with the South Florida's "World of Water" Historical SocMeeting

653rd Engineer Detachment at summer science camp. Powerful cubic inch engine
Camp Blanding, FL. Danielle was the only student from
Bradford County invited to camp. & 0Kfftl\/miQa* HURRY!

!Navy: Seaman Kenneth G. Fox, The World of Water is a residen- SALE ENDS

son of Glenn W. and Nancy L. Fox of tial, enviromental program that John Dykes, professor of historyat to "do some good for the lowly Just

Keystone Heights, is currently par- uses the USF's resources in developing Santa Fe ommunity College, Southerner," Prof. Dykes said. JULYS

ticipating in a five month Western 7th 9th grade student's math was guest speaker at the June 19 The speaker also described the Regularly $269.99 SAVE $60.00
Pacific Deployment aboard the bat- and science skills. During the camp meeting of the Bradford County public executions which had a social

tleship USS New Jersey, water-related activities are viewedas Historical Society. A seventh and economic impact on the local C Automatic and manual oiling a All position carburetor

homeported in Long Beach, CA. physical challenges and generation Floridian, Dykes regaledhis population until executions at the e 100% bearing construction e Sprocket nose bar and
The New! : Jersey will lead six other laboratory problems. One exampleis audience with anecdotes of life in county level were banned, and the
ships on the first battleship Battle sailing, which is undertaken afterit this area from the end of the Civil electric chair was substituted for the e Extra quiet muffler chrome cutting chain

Group to deploy to the Western is examined in terms of vector War to the turn of the century. gallows by legislative act in 1923. Exclusive 1 year limited warranty on all Poulan models See dealer lor details
Pacific since the Korean War.A angles wind and current velocitiesand This put an end to public hangings in
1982 graduate of Keystone Benoulie's principle. Gov. Harrison Reed, Florida's the counties where the crimes were WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD

Heights High School, he joined the Only 120 students were chosen for first Reconstruction Governor, was .committed. Limit one per customer with cow\ of ad onlv.
Navy in June 1984. the camp from the more than 1,200 described by Dykes as the "most The next meeting of the Historical Bryan Ace Hardware Fla Pest Control Bryan Ace HardwareHwy.

that applied from 47 Florida coun- hated" Governor in the State's Society will be held at 7:30 p.m. 301 South 539 E. Call St. Palmetto & Nightingale

On Father's Day June 15, Father ties. history. His reforms in the areas ofwomen's Thursday, July 17, in the SFCC STARKE STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS
rights, prisons and educa- Starke Center conference
Pastor of St. Ed- Starke is home room. All S64-4S42 964-575 473-4006
Oliver Caldwell of
tion shook the State to its very foun- interested persons and prospectivenew Dlfjtr.but.Hl by Thlgpen Dlaiributora..Inc..few 555.Tltton.QA 31794 Call(C.2))3. .1396Alltiough
ward's Catholic Church, officiatedat after a 5 day stay at Bradford dations the said. Gov. Reed awry_'.,has been pr.vlouf.ly' rtotltMHl' of this offer.some Indlvldu._'...may
speaker members invited l9e.J
the baptism of Myra Lynn and Hospital.Mr. are to attend. !: not participate.H one you Mleot, doe*not_another luted or eall..((912))3M-I3M (lorno.
believed, as did many; of his Program details will be announced .....IOU"'.at otter VWa guarantee adequate clock at advertlted, price
Christopher Lee Lehman of Ft. Caldwell is a newcomer to our
"Yankee" kin that his mission was later. ._
Lauderdale. area.

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01-798408 dtd 4/25/86 or immediately thereafter; otherwise DEBORAH DUKES. FLEET FINANCE. INC..

STATES DISTRICT COURT joint owners, doing business under the Judges 1st DCA 6 Judges 6/19 2tchg 6126 a judgment will be entered for the MICHAEL L. CONNER. CAMERON B.'

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA firm name of FROND IDEAS P.O. Box Circuit Court Judges 8th Circuit 4 relief demanded In the petition. HOXIE and UNITED STATES OF
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION 376, Lake Geneva Florida. 32660 Intends Judges Groups 1 thru 4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WITNESS my hand and seal of this AMERICA,
Court No 86.S4.Clv.J.lb to register said fictitious name County Court Judges 1 Judge BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA court on 18th of June, 1986. Defendants.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA under the aforesaid statute. Senate Senators for the following PROBATE DIVISIONFile GILBERT S. BROWN NOTICE OF ACTIONTo
Plaintiff, Dated the 11 th day of June A.D. 1986In Senatorial Districts: 5 Number: 1.3736 CLERK OF THE COURT : WALTER E. KEARBEY and JANET M.
VS. Bradford County Members of the Slate House of CoseNo.:8643CPIN BY: Beulah M. MoodyAs KEARBEY. Defendants Last Known Address -
for the RE: ESTATE OF Deputy Clerk
SARAH C. REAGAN 6/19 4tpd 7/10 Representatives following House :
Defendants. Districts: 13 and 21 RANCE JAMES ANDREWS 6/264tchg7/17. Route 4, Box 467

NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Board of County Commissioners, Deceased Thomson Georgia 30824
Notice Is
hereby given pursuantto administration of the estate of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
a Final Judgment entered on May 8, PROBATE DIVISIONFile of the School Board, Districts EDGAR H. DUKES and DEBORAH DUKES.
1,2.3and5 Defendants Last Known Address:
1986 by the above entitled Court In the Number 86-37-CP
File Number 1.3736, Is pending in the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
above the undersignedUnited Dlvlson 1.3730 Union County Soil and Water Conservation P.O. Box 340542
styled cause Circuit Court for Bradford County, CASE NO. 86-213-CA
District Groups 1. 3 and 5 5507 Taylor Road
States Marshal or any of his duly IN RE: ESTATE OF
authorized deputies will ..lIth. property BENITO UYVICO PACHO, In Testimony Whereof I have Hereunto Florida. Probate Division the address of IN RE: The Marriage of Tampa Florida 33694.0542
situate in Bradford County Florida, Deceased set my hand and affixed which Is Bradford County Courthouse, BONIFAY J. GRANT Husbandand YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action
described NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe the Great Seal of the Stateof Stork., Florida 32091. to foreclose a mortgage on the
administration of the estate of Florida, at Tallahassee, The names and addresses of the personal LOU E. GRANT Wife following described property In Bradford

at the Southwest cornerof BENITO UYVICO PACHO deceased File The Capitol this the 6th dayof representative and the personal NOTICE OF ACTIONTO County, Florida:

said Section Ten ((10)), and run North Number 86-37-CP, Is pending In the Cir June, A.D. 1986. representatives attorney are set forth : LOU E. GRANT East 1/2 of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SE

Eighty.nine ((89)) degrees and Twenty- cuit Court for Bradford County Florida GEORGE FIRESTONE below. Address Unknown 1/4. all In Section 23 Township South,
eight ((28)) minutes East along the Probate Division the address of which Is SECRETARY OF STATE Interested persons are required to Range 22 East excepting county graded
Southerly boundary thereof, Three Thousand Post Office Drawer B, Storke, Florida 6192tchg626NOTICE I file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. whose last known address was road.
Four Hundred Fifteen and Five Ten 32091. The names and addresses of the THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Route 1. Box 620 has been filed against you and you and

ths ((3415.5)' ) Feet more or less, to the personal representative and the personal OF SALE NOTICE: ((1)) All claims against the estate Arcadia, FL 33821 each of you are required to serve a copy
Westerly boundary of the right of way of representative's attorney are set FOR NONPAYMENT OF and ((2)) Any objection by an Interested of your written defenses, If any to the
whom this notice was served YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for
State Road 100 thence North Eighteen forth below. STORAGE UNIT person on Complaint on John H. Haswell. Plaintiff
((18)) degrees and Thirty.Five ((35)) minutes All interested persons are required to Notice is hereby given pursuant to that challenges the validity of the will, dissolution of marriage has been filed attorney, whose address is P.O. Box
West Along said Westerly boundary, file with this court WITHIN THREE MON. Florida Statutes 83.806 that on June 27, the qualifications of the personal and you are required to serve a copy of 23879, Gainesville, Florida 32602, on or
One Thousand One Hundred Seventysixand THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 1986 10 a.m. a sole will be held at Bid. I representative, venue, or jurisdiction of you written defense, If any to it and onP.tition.r's before July 28, 1986, and file the original
Two Hundredths ((1176.02)) feet to an NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Unit 3 Mini of America Storage Hwy the court. attorney whose name of your written defenses with the Clerkof
iron pipe for point of beginning. From and ((2)) any objection by on Interested 100 Keystone Heights Fla., phone ANY CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT address MYRON C PREVATT JR., P.O. this Court before service on Plaintiff
the point of beginning thus described person to whom notice was mailed that 4737683. This sale involves property of SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Drawer 790 Keystone Heights, Florida attorney or immediately thereafter;
continue North Eighteen ((18)) degreesand challenges the validity of the will the the following tenants and what is believed Publication of the Notice has begun on 32656 .Telephone: ((904)) 473-4993 on or otherwise a default will be ..nt.redogoln.t
of the personal June 19, 1986.Attorney before 20 days from the date of first for the relief demanded In
Thirty five ((35)) minutes West, along qualifications representative to be stored.THOMAS you
said Westerly boundary. One Hundred venue, or jurisdiction of the LOWE: for Personal RepresentativeTERENCE publication of this notice and file the the Complaint or Petition
M. BROWN P.A. original with the clerk of this court.ith.r hand and seal of
Twenty five, (125) feet to an Iron pipe; court. Baby Bed Lamps Rocker Misc. my
thence South Seventy-one ((71)) degreesand ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Boxes Clothing.A Post Office Drawer 40 before service on Petitioner's attorney Court on the 20th day of June, 1986.
five, minutes West One FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Starke, Florida 32091 or Immediately thereafter: otherwise GILBERT S. BROWN
Twenty ((25)) sale of the entire contents of unit
Hundred Ninety-nine and Eighty.fiveHundredths Publication of this Notice has begunon will be made to the highest bidder. If nobldd.r. ((904)) 964-8272 a judgment will be entered for the Clerk of the Circuit Court

((199 85)) feet to an iron pipe; Jun. 19, 1986. the sale will be conducted pursuant relief demanded hand In the and petition.seal of this By: Beulah Moody
thence South Eighteen ((18)) degrees and Personal Representative: to rental agreement between tenant Personal RepresentativeJERALDINE WITNESS my Deputy Clerk
Arlyn. B. Pacho HUMPHREY Court on 18th of June, 1986. 6/26 4tchg 7/17
Thirty five ((35)) minutes East parallelwith and landlord.
Rout. 4, Box 386 GILBERT
1901 Hortranst Street. Apt. 116
said Westerly boundary One Hundred 6/19 2tchg 6/26
feet iron Philadelphia PA 19145 Lake City
Twenty five ((125)) to an
pipe; thence North Seventy-one ((71)) Attorney for Personal Representative: By: Terence M. Brown : Beulah M. MoodyAs PUBLIC NOTICE
degrees and Twenty-five ((25)) minutes Anthony J. Salzman NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO 6/19 2tchg 6/26 Deputy Clerk The School Board of Bradford County,
East One Hundred Ninety.nine and Post Office Box 1254 REGISTER 6/26 4thcg 7/17 Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing .
Eighty.five Hundredths ((199.85)) feet to Gainesville Florida 32602 FICTITIOUS NAME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE on the proposed amendment to the
point of beginning Being located in Section Telephone: ((904)) 377.9596 Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN following School Board Rule:
Ten ((10)), Township Seven ((7)) South 6/19 2tchg 6/26 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE OF AUCTION f6Gx4-6.13 "Financial Records"This
Range Tw.nty.Two ((22)) East, Bradford undersigned CASE NO. 86.214.CAIN NOTICE Is hereby given that under Public Hearing will be held on Ju
Florida Walter E. Heape Sr. RE: The Marriage of and by virtue of Port IV of Chapter 83 FS ly 16, 1986 at 7 P.M. in the School Board
NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe Mary Carol Heape MICHAEL B. MORROW Husbandand as Self Storage Facility Act that the Room of the District School's Administrative -
it known that I I. George Firestone, joint owners, doing business under the undersigned will sell for cosh to the Offices, 582 North
and best
at public outcry to tine highest Secretary of State of the State of Florida
firm name of Santa Fe Insulation Inc., Wife highest bidder at 301 South 1642 S. Avenue, Starke, Florida.
bidder for cash at ,the hour of 12'00 do hereby give notice that a GENERAL LINDA M. MORROW
front 1105 W. Madison St., Intends to register NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Walnut St.. Storke. FL at 10.00 a.m. on Copies of this proposed amendment to
o'clock Noon on July 8, 1986 at the ELECTION will be held in Bradford County
door entrance of the Bradford County State of Florida on the first Tuesday told fictitious name under the aforesaid : MICHAEL B. MORROW the 8th' day of July, 1986 the contents of the Board Rules may be obtained ot th.Superintendent's .
statute. Unit No. 29 belonging to Jean Wilkerson office, between 7:30
Address Unknown :
Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
after the first Monday In November
Dated this 17 of June, A.D. 1986 misc. household goods by C ,
Dated 30 1986. the day In containing A.M and 4:30: P.M. Monday through Fri.
: May A.D., 1986 the said Tuesday being
Bradford County. last known address was A C Mini Storage, 1642 S. Walnut St.,
Richard L. Cox, Jr. FOURTH day of NOVEMBER to fill or retain whose_ day.This
United States Marshal the following offices, : 6/19 4tpd 7/10 1315 North Nebraska Storke. FL 32091 9648848. Is In compliance with the Florida
6/26 2tchg 7/4 Statutes Chapter 120.54 an enacted
Middle District of Florida U. S. Senator Tampa FL 33604
the 1974 Florida
John E. Lawlor III Representative In Congress for the 2nd
Assistant United States Attorn.y NOTICE OF AUCTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Jim Duncan Superintendent
Congressional District NOTICE I. hereby given that on Monday been filed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Bradford County Schools
'I.":>rn.y for Plaintiff Governor and Lieutenant Governor dissolution of marriage has CIRCUITIN
654tchg6'26NOTICE Secretary of State Jun. 30 1986 at 10:00: o'clock a.m., and you are required to serve a copy of EIGHTH AND FOR 6/26 Itchgr

-. -.- Attorney General the undersigned Gator Frelghtways, your written defenses, if any to It on FLORIDA
OF INTENTIONTO State ComptrollerState Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Petitioner's attorney whose name and BRADFORD COUNTY
REGISTER : Treasurer 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jacksonville Fla.. one address Is MYRON C. PREVATT, JR., P.O.
FICTITIOUS NAME Commissioner of Education lot of cushions consigned to Bedspread Drawer 790, Keystone Heights. Florida FORTUNE FEDERAL
Wholesale *2. Lantana Fla., to satisfy 473-4993, on or LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Telephone: ((904))
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Commlssl met of AgricultureRetention 32656 Plaintiff
freight and storage charges, under the from the date of first
of 20 days
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the of Five Justices the before .
Supreme/ Curt provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform publication of this notice, and file the Vs.PAUL
Standard Bill of Lading. clerk of this court
FRANCES JOHNSON Retention of District Court of Appeal original with the TIONAL BANK WALTER 1''. KEARBEY




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Mets Rangers Are ChampionsIn


Dixie Youth BaseballThe I I wedding announcedMrs. .

Mets are the champions the record. The Mets won three of the became the champions of Dixie Boys
Major League and the Rangers are four regular season games with the baseball play.
the champions of the Boys In Dixie Braves. Two games back in second placeare Rosemary Buckridge of Keystone Heights is happy
Youth softball sponsored by the With results from Lawtey and the 15-4 Bulls. Both teams had to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of
Starke Recreation her daughter Virginia Marie to Shaun Andrew Ritch, son of
Department. Brooker not in this week, the several makeup games which could
It was decided by the Recreation Dodgers were in third place with a have changed the results, but whichit a Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ritch of Starke.
Department that since all-star practice 7-8 record. The Lawtey Astros were was decided won't be played.In a The wedding is set Saturday, August 2, at the Keystone
Community Church
must begin this week, there will 5-9, the Lawtey Expos were 4-10, and third place, with results from All friends and relatives at 3 p.m.

either be no play-offs the Dixie or makeup games in the Brooker Bulldogs were 0-11. Law tey and Brooker still out, are the __..' 4 The bride elect is a 1985 are graduate invited of to Keystone attend. Heights
Major or Dixie Boys Bandits with an 11-7 record. The
leagues. Last week's Take .. High School and is attending Santa Fe Community College.
games were Boys. Mavricks were 3-14, the Brooker
The bride
rained groom is a 1985 graduate of Bradford High
out.Allstar \ .
With a 16-3 record the Rangers Bulldogs 1-14. I School and is
employed at Trail Ridge Nursery in Keystone
starts for Virginia Marie
practice soon Buckridge and Shaun Andrew Flitch Heights.
the Mets with a July 18 tournamentset
in Gainesville.

The Rangers all-star practice
begins this week with the district
tournament set July 8 in Mid- Sal. Prices
dleburg.Dixie Q Good ThruSaturday FREECommemorative Register toWin
Youth rules prohibit the all- June 28th.

star Dixie Major and Dixie Boys V ra Picture Of The Statue I

league until players after from being announced Li ____ Be ol Liberty one ol eight trips for two to New York City
July 4. 9 !! __ one of our first 200 customers and get
a 8" x 10" color picture of the Statue of to attend the Statue of Liberty rededication
Mets are Champs... .I Liberty plus a coupon worth 50% OFF any ceremonies on October 28. 1986.
frame In stock. Come to Eckerd for details.
So the Mets .
with a record of 1S-3,
are the champions of the Dixie Major -
play, after leading all the way AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STOREAm.erica's
but with a serious challenge by the
second place Braves with a 13-3

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Seventeen of 880 students at Brad- r '.,, ., .' 1 %8 ;; -
ford Middle School, or 1.9 percent of It r ?,
the study body, earned straight-A's I
for the sixth six-weeks grading
period which ended June 6.

Another 72 BMS students, or 8.2
percent of the student body, earnedall 1-It
A's and B's for the six-weeks for a
place on the A-B honor roll. 1 a KatweokrV40

Five eighth graders, 9 seventh
graders, and 3 sixth graders earned
straight-A's. They are: 1'r 1 t' 1 ; ? I r. 1I'

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United Methodist Church Wins Title in Men's Softball LeagueThe

First United Methodist Meth 19, Bayless 4
Church (FUMA) has nailed down
Beating Bayless 1&-4 June 111,
the Men's
Slowpitch Softball title
Methodist's Mundorff and D.
with a 19-1 regular season record.
Crawford had three hits; Prevatt
The men are playing some andJohnson
Stephens C. Crawford, Gaines
makeup games to determine the rest had two hits, and Francis,
of the standings. Winkler and Detlefsen had one hit.Barless' .
Thomas had two hits
District ..
Tourney. Harrison and Williams had one hit. '
Starke is the host team of a post-
season district tournament, Waldo 7, Smyrna 4 :
registered in open play, set July Winning by three runs against
25-26 and sponsored by the Starke Smyrna June 19, Waldo's Clark had FUMC iUMC FunC FUMC 0 pUMC
Recreation Department. three hits, R. Harris had two hits, R. FUMC
Everybody who wants to enter Harris and Kimball had one hit. f,3't FUMC
gets to try in this tournament. The I
Smyrna's Schoening, Hinkle, /
top two teams will go from this tour Swindell and Davis had one hit.
nament to regional post season play.
M t d' ( 1/ eM t$!

N'orthside 6, Presby 5 Northside 7, Waldo 14 Y t.

Winning by one run June 24 Beating Northside 14-7 June 23, t.
against Presbyterian, Northside's Waldo's R. Harris, T. Clark, K.
Milliard had two hits, Duncan, Clark, R. Harris and Smith each had FUMC FUMC FUMC
Lewis, Prevatt and Alvarez: had one two hits; Jacobs, Kimball and 1' ctlC FUncY
hit. Barber had one hit.
Presbyterian's B. Patterson, Northside's Lewis had two hits .- -
Thomas, Sanders, Payton and L. Hilliard, Blankenship, Revels andChitty >
Patterson each had one hit. had one hit. .

Youth Softball Tourney I

Set Friday and SaturdayThe

8th annual Youth Softball The First United Methodist r.
Association Men's Slow Pitch Soft- Church, champions of Starke men'sSoftball ... I
ball Tournament is set in Starke this play First Baptist of Waldoin -
Friday and Saturday, June 2728. the opening game 7:15 p.m. Fri
According to Coach Jerry day, June 27. Game 2 at 7:15 p.m.
McGriff, who is in charge of the Friday will see Smyrna Baptist of Softball Champs... Photo I r Mark,,.<111.
play, the tournament includes Starke play Westside Baptist of
church teams and boys 18 and under Gainesville. Game 3, at 8:30: p.m., The United Methodist Softball team wrapped up the season champion. On the from row from left to right: John David Francis, Dennis
teams, as well as various men's pits Northside Baptist of Starke play ship last Friday night at the Edwards Road Field. Crawford, Jeff Johnson Jimmy Prevatt and Doug Cooper.Not .
teams. Four games are set Friday Graham Baptist. Game 4 at 8:30: From left to righton the back row: Coach DeWayne Alday, Terry pictured: Coach Cookie Mundorf, Jason Polk, Garath Jones, Ricky
night. June 27, at 7:15: p.m. and 8:30: p.m. will see the Starke Stars play Gaines, Kick Stephens, Jim DeVlarlo, Curliss Crawford Pat Mundorf, Johns and Brad Hildreth.
p.m. on Fields 1 and 2 on the Edwards Williams Temple Saints of Wade \\inklor and Scott Detlefsen.
Road Recreation Complex in Gainesville. Games 1 and 3 will be
Starke. Play is set to resume Satur played on Field 1 and games 2 and 4
day morning, June 28,at 8 a.m. with on Field 2 at Edwards Road Com-
two games each hour and 15
minutes, with play set to wind up plex.Winners of the Friday night games Dixie Minor Tournament UnderwayA
about 9 p.m. Saturday night. advance into the winner's bracketfor .. SPECIAL

Local teams entered in the tournament Saturday play. Friday night's six-team Dixie Youth Minor Kyle brown, Kouney Padgett, A six run second inning which saw
are the Starke Stars (Senior losers will drop into the loser's Baseball Tournament is under way Sidney Hall, J, Pittman and Adrain 12 batters come to the plate put Mid- NOTICETO
Boys), First United Methodist bracket for Saturday play. in Starke this week, sponsored by Alexander. dleburg 6-2 by Keystone Heights in
Church, Northside Baptist, Smyrna the Starke Recreation Departmentat Brian Smith started and got the June 23 play.Middleburg. OURCUSTOMERS
Baptist, and Graham Baptist. Other Chicken Dinners... the Edwards Road and Pratt win with some help from Chris Ross got five and and three
teams entered are Waldo Baptist; Chicken dinners with cole slaw, Street fields. who pitched well in relief. walks in the big second. KH added a
Parkview Baptist, Westside Baptist baked beans, and roll will be on sale The Starke all-stars beat Lake Ci- run in the fourth on two walks and an
and Williams Temple from Saturday, June 28, at the ball park ty 6-5 in the opening play and was Starke 6, LC Nat. 5 RBI single by Matt Alvers,and a run Due to a printing
Gainesville; Hillcrest Baptist from beginning at 11 a.m. by 250. Phone scheduled to play the surviving Mid- Scoring all six runs in a big third in the sixth when Jason Tomlinson
964-8334 to orders ahead of the Starke all-stars doubled and scored. prc.:.'em, the sale priceof
Jacksonville, Center Baptist from place dleburg team at 8 p.m last night inning uprising,
Ocala, and Abundant Life Worship time. Plus, corn-on-the-cob and (Wednesday, July 25). Middleburg edged the Lake City National team Coca-Cola products in
Center from Palatka. other goodies will be available. National beat Keystone Heights 6-2 6-5 the night of June 23. MB Nat'l 11. LC Am. 9 todays sale circular is
and Middleburg American came Hits by Sidney Hall, Jimmy The Middleburg National all-star incorrect. The correct
from behind to beat Lake City Na- Brown, Josh McClellan, and Chris team came from behind with three 1.99
I tional 11-9 in June 23 play. The two Wise, plus two walks, scored the runs in the fifth inning to beat the price with coupon is ,
Cubbettes Lead LeagueThe Middleburg teams played Tuesday runs. Lake City American Leage team without coupon is 2.19.
night and winner was to play Starke. Starke led 6-0 until Lake City add- June 23.Lake. We apologize for any
ed two runs in the fifth and three City led 6-4 after two inning inconvenience.
Cubbettes' 16-2 record leads Crawford and Honsberger had one Members of the Starke Dixie more in the sixth. Then the Starke and 9.8 after four innings. But the
the Women's Softball play which is hit. Minor all-star team are Eddie Nor- all-stars began committing errors Middleburg Americans came up
in its final week of play. man, Chris Wise, Jimmy Brown, and let short bloopers fall for hits. with three runds on a combination of
Farmers and Dealers Bank of Waldo 0, Starettes 6 Chris Ross, David Hodge, Brian hits, a single and a double, and five AA' ..".,. ...>>w
Lake Butler is in second place with a Shutting out Waldo 6-0 June 23, Smith, Vinnie Blye, Josh McClellan, Middleburg Am. 6, KH 5 walks.
13-5 record in the play sponsored by Starettes' Butler had two hits, Pitt-
the Starke Recreation Department. man, Jackson, Williams and Arron
Waldo Baptist is 8-10, KSI 5-15, and had one hit. Magnolia Hotel
the Starettes 4-14. Waldo had no hits.
Farmers and Dealers Bank are set I'' ,
to go go district play in a Class C Cubbettes 11, KSI 1 I Downtown Starke across from Post Office
tournament in Newberry July 1113. Beating KSI 11-1 June 23, Cubbet-
The Cubbettes, registered in ClassB tes' King and Johnson had two hits; 0 D
will play in Gainesville the same Butler, Bright, Brown, Jenkins and Rooms for Rent j ji O
dates, July 1113. The two teams Hankerson had one hit. 0 0r
could go all I the way to nationals in KSI's Myers had one hit.
the Florida Amateur Association I
i : Weekly Monthly
sponsored tournament play. The Cubbettes 16, Waldo 11
teams pay their own way to the post five June 24
Winning by runs Nightly S800 From $35 Weekly r\\
season tournaments.KSI against Waldo, Cubbettes' Butler
had five hits, Desue had three hits;
5, F and D 6 Williams, Bright and King had two
Winning by one run against KSI hits, and Jenkins and Hankerson had
June 24, F and D's Bradley had two one hit.
hits; Barnett, Underwood, Polhill Waldo's Smith had three hits,
and Sirmones had one hit. Cooper, Seay and Brackett had two
KSI's Brown had two hits; Myers, hits, Richards and Cash had one hit. Have You Been Denied....

Home Refinancing

Volunteers Needed A Credit Card? Or A Home Mortgage? =

A Check Guarantee Card? An Apartment Rental? !

An Auto Purchase or Rental? .. :

For Summer CampThe Have You Declared Bankruptcy? .' t 1r


Hemophilia Association ol Camp Kulagua is to be "bigger and CREDIT-RITE CAN HELP.We
Florida, Inc., is putting together an belter" as we all hope. aJI
exciting, fun and challenging experience All those interested in volunteering are the nation's largest credit repair service.
for hemophiliac children, their time and expertise as
ages seven through 15, at the 1986 counselors for the Summer Camp
Camp Kulagua, according to Norman should contact Camp Director David
Penlold of the Association.The Roy, ((904)) 3776905.

dates for this year camp are
August 1723. Camp Kulagua is
located near High Springs on 600
wooded acres. The camp is bordered Tender
b> the Santa Fe River and is equip-
ped with everything needed for an Shrimp
movable camp experience. Bite-Size

Families of hemophiliac cnuurenwishing "-- -

to attend are encouraged to An extra large serving of delicious bite '
contact Marsha Belgrade, Civitan
Regional Blood Center at ((904)) size fined shrimp served with the Captain's / ,
:about 377-6905 camp in Gainesville sponsorship.Volunteers : .to enquire special cocktail sauce, natural-cut french Our Hot Fudge Sundae isOIJISTANDING

fries, fresh cole slaw, and two Southern-

style hush puppies. r""
Needed... / !

HAF is in need of recreational
counselors: cabin :staff, arts and $3.29SUNDAY
emits instructors and those who can Visit your nearest Ice Cream Churn today and try

help with fund raising.As one of our absolutely delicious Hot Fudge .

Sundaes. Mmmmmmmm..outstanding! 9 9""
was done last: year, HAF will be
asking the Civitan Clubs of Florida, & WEDNESDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY

as well as other service organizations All-You-Can-Eat Country-Style Fish Dinner 2-Piece Fish Dinner
and businesses: to help sponsorthe
cost of sending a child to Summer Country-style fish fillets French WgEllll
If know of fries Cole slaw Hush puppies Dinner includes: 2 golden-brown fish
Camp. an
organization who you may be interested: Tartar sauce Offer Good For $3 2 9 fillets natural cut french fries, fresh $1 9 9 28 OLD FASHIONED FLAVORS .
III helping, please contact the HAF Dining Room Service Only. cole slaw,2 Southern-style hush puppies. .
on ice.

Last >ear's summer camp was
successful[ due to the numerous individual Captain Ds
who volunteered their 6 Lawtey Shell/Ice Cream ,ChurnU.S.

nine, talents and funds: to make the 301 Lawtey
HAF Summer Camp 1985 a resounding
triumph. Similar dedication is A great little seafood place.

needed il our summer camp at


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Bradford County TelegraphiiVvlTum2" .

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Veteran Bradford County forestor wins top Tree Farm award for sound management

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IS\ Mark 'rlt',1II1I meets all of the other standards. The considered for Tree Farm status is Thewoodland must be permanently -
IH'T Staff Writer intent of the public-ownership) provision 10 acres. Areas of lesser size will be dedicated to the growing and I
Growing trees as a crop to harvest is to allow the certification of considered on the basis of special harvesting of timber and other
is a long and sometimes frustratingjob school forests, municipal and town merit. Sec Page lit
the growing time before the tfi forests, and tracts of other publicly .,....". --"
trees are ready for sale is measuredin owned"woodland which are under
tens of years instead of months as the direct management of organizations criie Corbett's Tires & Service)
it is for most farmers, and the tree 1+ ,"'i such as Boy and Girl Scouts, .
crop demands mere care and attention "t school districts, Future Farmers of U.S. 301 Temple Avenue Starke
than most people might think. America group and 4.11 organiza- 964.6436
One of the top tree growers in tions. Vacation Specials on
Bradford County is Mr. M.Conner,a _; :
veteran Florida Pine cultivator,who Ti RegisterIf !( Multi Mile Polyester

along with Mr. A. Levings of Columbia you are thinking of registeringyour dale; Glass BeltedRoad
County have been named co- land in the program, the area,
winners of the Outstanding Tree for the most part, must support a Hazard Warranty
Farmer award for this District.
"This is an individual (Mr. Conn- mercial forest or better trees stocking Fields of, bogs com, 165800.13 . . . 25.00 P165.80R-13 . . 33.00
ner) who has demonstrated his par lakes, brush, homesites and other P185-80D-13 . . 27.00 P185-75R-1 . . 38.00
ticipation in the program in a man non-forested lands adjacent to the 95-808-H . . 30.00 P1SS-75R-U . . 38.00
ner that is heads and shoulders property should not be included in P205-75B-14 . . 32.00 P205-75R-U . . 40.00
above the crowd," Bradford County the Tree Farm area. These areas P225-75B-14 . . 36.00 P225.75R-15 . . 45.00
Forestor Dave Norton commented. don't have to be defined in the report P215.75B-15 . . 35.00 P235.75R-15 . . 47.00
"lie has really done an outstanding but their acreage should be P225-75B-14 . . 36.00
job in this area. He deserves this n q estimated and deducted from the . 4.00 Balance
award and more. We are proud of ? proposed Tree Farm area. All proposed P235-75B-15 .._ 37.00 Each
him and we hope he keeps up the acreage should be reported to Special Summer
front ALJTrJ:
good work the nearest whole number for repor-
The program Conner has done so ting purposes. JlRt\KE or Rear
well in is called the American Tree <
Farm System which is a nation-wide 1 r The standard minimum area tract selICe 4495 i
program which gives public recognition -
Replace pads or shoes resurface drums CONDITIONINGrotors
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to private forest owners who are
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doing an effective job of growing Jm ; pack bearings; bleed & adjust: road- :
trees as a crop, according to Norton.It 'kr test most American cars & trucks. Metallic Rear Wheelparts
is sponsored by the nation's wood- Mobile Home Movers extra when required.
using industries through the AlignmentM2.95 '
American Forest Institute with the Reasonable Rates REPAIRS

assistance of forestry associations, Aytltp" }' trout tnu Alignmen
I public agencies, consulting forestors FREE ESTIMATES

V and other experts. Includes set caster, camber & toe In to Special
"The objective is to encourage 659-2492
? manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension &
private forestland owners to White Spoke
manage their forestlands for the increased : a or steering system. For most American cars.
r Front wheel drive WheelsWALDO
production of tree crops, vehicles and Chevettes
Norton explaned, "with the additional ,w"., 659-2024 extra. Parts extra
$1295 $2698
benefit of improved wildlife
habitat, to the increasingly important Florahome
area of watershed protectionand 241'p
outdoor recreation." 7Y FARMERS FLEA MARKE
Supporting members of the program
hope to provide a better
understanding of the role private ,>

forestlands play in meeting the nation's 30-Year Investment... VAN MAR
need for wood and paper products
fresh water, wildlife and An offical Tree Farm on the Bradford Future Farmers America property -
recreation."We north of Starke.
hope to encourage public sup- Planning a managed |pine forests can have important environmental SAN'I-, '400.00 on 4" Mower
port," Norton said. "for those tree and recreational benefits and I is a sound investment for ml-owners. Discount (;
farmers, who, through acheivingtheir _. 4" Ft. Mower of Tr.KlorSV1 __
own objectives, are implementing List 625.00( ,
-:." .. '. : pto'2fl7'5.00on '
forest management practices to- Q2J' Sale Price :225.00
beneficial to society. We also hope to 3 ('\I. Yuniiiar 169 Trador10: \\er .e. ,
demonstrate the forest industry s interest .. Savings of 400.00)
to individual woodland owners I EX.\\II'JE: : ::
and its commitment to cooperatewith Traitor
them In intensive managementof Ig
their forestlands" .. f List : WiO.OO
Total I Savings pHy '
To enter the program a tree .. J I Sale. Price. : 4705.oo
farmer must first have his forests ---- $2675WALDO
certified. Savings of 2275.00
The national for .... AI 'J l
requirements cer- 'lot.il S.uin
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tified tree farm elegibility include ..T j ". t,it si t tr
written forest management recommendations 4." ,
prepared by a i _
registered or graduate forestor or 1 I r- .s --
forestry technician plus an actual I .. 1' jj;PR/IE/ M iit is
"on the ground" implementation of 'J: J I _ _
forestry management practices on a I Farmers
significant portion of the forestlandin ,.J _
question. II',\ And Flea
Certified tree farmers are eligibleto f L

compete in local, district and national I 1L S. ARK
competitions and are sup- '=
ported by the organization with re- i. r a t
inspection sessions of their trees by j

professional forestors. Highest Award.., r + / 1 a 1 1 1
In most cases privately owned
and managed forest-land is eligiblefor Veteran pine grower M.Conner (at right) received the top award the
the program but certain Tree Farm District this year and I is shown with Bradford County Forestor
forestland in public ownership mat Dave Norton,who called Conner's forest management techniques"heads
be certified if it is managed and and shoulders above the rest".

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LRM Editor wins F.P.A. awardThe 7 ChryslerPlymouthltt[ li

December 26,1985 story on the was presented third place certificates 2,000 square foot home of Bill
Park of the Palms "sink hole" won in the News Story category Erickson, the director of the Park-
The Lake Region Monitor and for papers under 5,000 circulationand of-the-Palms, a quiet Christian
editor-reporter-photographer Linda In the Photo Series in One Issue retirement community just west of Dodge Inc.
Wharton two awards in the Florida category in competition with Keystone Heights on Lake Brooklyn.The w Plymoutfi]
Press Association's (FPA) Better newspapers of that size from all over photographs that won the
Newspapers Contest. the state. award showed various degrees of U.S. 301 Starke, Fl 32091 -
The story, which appeared in the the home's damage and its fall into
During the annual FPA conven- B-section of The Monitor, told of the the open pit. ((904)) 964-6081/4770/
tion last weekend at the Sarasota sudden development of a huge Since last December the 45 foot

Hyatt in Sarasota-,-Mrs... Wharton sinkhole that swallowed' the entire. deep top grassed hole has and been landscaped filled in and with the a No Dealer Add-On Stickers No Dealer Delivery Chares -

rose garden. No-Nonsense Dealer
Entries in this year's contest surpassed -

: weekly newspapers 2000. With participating 93 individual in Committed to Serving You. .. !

the FPA Better Newspapers Con
test, it continues to be the largest
state contest in the nation. 84 79 Pontiac 87
Entries this year in the 34 contest Dodge DodgeOmni

divisions the Tennessee were judged Press by Association.Mrs. membersof 4 Dr., 5 Sp., Sunbird 2 Dr., Auto., Omni America 4 Dr.,

Wharton also won a third PS, PB, AC AM/FM AC, PS, PB AM/FM H/B, One left to sell
award in the contest several
years ago for Outdoor Writing on her Tape, 19,000 miles Must see this one, for

story about a local alligator farm. Sharp, Low Mileage
Wharton, a native of Keystone $4997
Heights, began work with The $5809
Monitor on its first publication in 1877
May, 1973. She took a two year leaveof CASH PRICE
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v 1981. B
The Lake Region Monitor is owned Pontiac !
by publishers John Miller and Boh 84 Colt 75 Ford 81

Ferguson The Sweepstakes of Starke. winner, deter AM/FM AC Maverick 4 Dr., Phoenix 4 Dr., AC, r
the number of awards
received in various categories, was One Owner 6 Cyl., Auto. I
The Venice Gondolier, which has a ONLY ONLY Tape, Low Mileage! ;
circulation of 10,000 or more.

gubernatorial During the convention candidates, eight both $4395 $59783 $2997 !

JI Republican and Democrat, spoke to
the FPA. Florida Governor and U.S.
-.1 Senate candidate Bob Graham appeared -
Saturday and spoke to the Claude Conway invites all his friends I
Writing Awards.,. press. Senator Paula Hawkins was I

Lake Kog! >n, :Monitor Editor: Linda Wbarton011 two third place unable to attend due to previous to stop. by and get your_ car serviced., ____ _
commitments. j
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! F or a glorious Fourth ...

I Celebrations in Keystone Heights, Lake Butler offer a wide variety of fun for people of all ages

and An added attraction this at
While other cities communities year
in Bradford and all
People! County all over the nation the public beach, will be live music
the something surrounding for everyone areas when will they find celebrate Independence Day in their entertainment by a Keystone basedcountryrock Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
band called "Back to
join the third annual Fourth of July own style Keystone Heights gears Back Located off 100 South towards Keystone take
up for its own special Our Country They will be playing from 4 right on
Celebration Butler Veterans sponsored of Foreign by the Wars Lake Day, July 4th cerebration completewith p.m. til time for fire works at dusk.A 24th Street, follow signs or
a street dance, a parade foot boat parade sponsored by
and Ladies Auxiliary Post 10082. races, water ski and boat show, Amvets, is also scheduled to pass by Call 964-7109 & Wo will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30
The celebration will be a day-long finalized by a spectacular fire works the beach front around 6 p.m.
event which will include a fishing display at dusk over Lake Geneva. George Manning, chairman of the Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors
tournament home fair arts -
Festivities will be kicked off as boat-a-rama says floating units in
and crafts show, 5K run/walk, 1 mile usual with the July 3 street dance any size, large or small, are encouraged DAY LILIES -
fun run, watermelon judging contest
beginning at 9 p.m. This year the to enter. The parade will
fireworks display, live music, + +IIUp ?v dance's location was changed due to form Just south of the public beach
swimming and numerous games for liability insurance. It will be held at front beginning at 5 p.m. All Nature Sings of JesusFamily
children and adults. the Keystone Recreation ball field For more information or to enter a
The event will be centered at
Lakeside Park in Lake Butler. Take 4y
SK-KH) into Lake Butler from Starke Activities in Keystone Heightslocated
and turn right on Lake Avenue(road
beside the courthouse). The road
ends at the lake and the park.
on Pecan Street and Orchid. float call Manning at 4734764. '
Fishing Tourney... The dance is being sponsored by the Awards presentation will be held dc Qrttq
and music will be at 7
Keystone Jaycees p.m. at the Keystone Beach with
The Fourth Celebration will begin provided as before, by "The Shine" master of ceremony Kerry Page do-
bright and early with a Big Bass band. ing the honors.
Tournament set to begin at 6 a.m. on Also on the evening of the third a Trophies will be given for winning
Friday July 4, at the public boat Bingo Bash is set at the Lion's Club parade entries following this year's
ramp next to Lakeside Park on Lake beginning at 7 p.m. theme "Show Your Pride."
Butler } Events Independence Day Fri George DeSha has been selectedas
Black bass only are eligible for the day will begin with a 3.1 mile race this year's parade marshal in Designer Shoes NAMES
tourney and all fish must be at least and a fun run sponsored by the North recognition for this community service FORLESS
8 inches long or longer. Central Florida Hospice and local throughout the years.
Registration will begin at 5 a.m. merchants. The 3.1 mile race will Following the awards presentation 1 L.A. Gear Candles
with a fee of $12 per person. Limit start at 8:30: a.m. sharp from a Dave Todd, a member of the EyerytlaY
two people! per boat. downtown location. Keystone Jaycees, will conduct the Every paW Values Nina 9 West
Trophies, cash awards and prizeswill Tennis finals will begin at 9 a.m.in spectacular fire works display over 5" Gloria Vanderbilt Ciao
be received by winners in the the city park. Other activities between Lake Geneva beginning at dusk to
top three places In the tournament. 9 a,m. and 11 a.m. in the park end the annual Our Country Day Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Starka
Fourth through seventh places will area will include the one mile fun festivities. -
receive prizes. Prizes include outboard run, a baby crawl competition, and Commander of this year's eventsis 91344011EXERCISE
motor oil rod and reels, dance demonstrations.A Frank Duguid
spotlights, gas certificates etc., street parade with over 40 entries
with more to come. including fast moving Shrine
The Big Bass winner will receive a unites will begin at 11 a.m. This year
fish cooker with all the accessories r p;. S the parade will move in a south to
donated by Texgas of Lake Butler north direction forming in the area
as well as a trophy and cash award. of the elementary school, moving
Last year's winner toted up approx- down Pecan to SR-21, then north
imately $900 in cash and prizes. through town, dispersing at Flam-
The trash fish winner will also the Union County Agent's office at ingo.
receive a cash award and two garbage 496.2321 or visit the office at the King Following the parade, a
cans as a prize. Memorial Building on the corner of watermelon eating contest will be
held in the Theme Park at 12:30.A : .

I Activities in Lake Butler "Strong return Stuff'appearance truck will from begin the
afternoon activities and can be. seen 2 for the Price of 1:

Fishing will begin at 6 a.m. and Lake Avenue and NE 1st Street in ai beginning the mgn at school 1:30: p.m.foot b all siauium; Sign up for one class, and get the second class FREE!

the boats will come off the lake at 12 Lake Butler. At 2 m. activities will begin at
noon. Weigh-in will be at approximately where theGatorlandSkiClub Classes start July 7 4-week session
12:30 at the lakeside and Home Canning... will present their
prizes will be awarded at that time. annual July 4th water ski show.
addition this
For more information about the Another new were Live music will also be featured at
will be home canning fair AEROBICS
fishing tournament, contact Jerry the afternoon ;
UK beach during
Howell at 496-3-196 or 4963401. the best cooks will have their wares beginning at 4 p.m. The new "soft" aerobics designed to
judged. burn calories and improve stamina
Big Watermelon... eligible of home canning productis and endurance. An advanced class. x
so bring the results of
The newest addition to the Fourth your best recipes to the Lakeside M, W F: 8:30-9:30 a.m. $20T
Celebration will be a biggest Community Center by 11 a.m. July 4. & TH: 6-7 p.m. $15 m
watermelon contest open to youth For more information contact
and adults of Union and surrounding, Bradford-Union Home Economist AQUASIZEStay
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counties Diann Douglas at 496-2321 or cool with pool exercises. Fun for
Trophies and cash prized'wiU'be 964-6280. everyone, but especially good for
the and best k"
given to largest b trN !
arthritis, or those over-
watermelons entered in the contestin Arts, Crafts... + pregnancy r
both divisions. weight. A beginning to intermediateclass.
Youth division is for ages 8-18 and Entries in the arts and crafts fair Includes optional lap swimming.M 1
adult .Division is for 19 or older. should be brought to the Lakeside W, F: 10-11 a.m. $20 _
No particular variety of melon is Community Center by 11 a.m. on July M & W: 6-7 p.m. $15DANCERCSE ,
required but only one melon per 4.
person will be accepted and no All types of artwork are eligible so '
long as they are hand made items "
melons will be eligible.
A modern lazz-dance class for those
share art work with the
t The decision of the judges is final Come your
i and all melons become the propertyof rest of the community on the who enjoy learning dance routines
the Lake Butler VFW. To enter, Fourth! Need carpet? We have It... and techniques. An intermediate class.

i simply bring your best melon to the Games Galore... shags, hl-lows, patterns, prints, M & Th: 7:15-8:15 p.m. $15
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concerted effort to have some
each and every style carpet In class.M .
to be & W: 5:15-6 p.m. $15
stock. We want you
satisfied. For more Information, call the
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HARDWARE 8 GARDEN CENTERS we can get It. Just come on In and

look over our large Inventory. More Classes may be cancelled if fewer
1 than likely we have just the color than 10 people register. Classes can
and style you need.Teal be taken individually for $2.50 per ._
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I M. Conner wins top Tree Farm award for his forest managementfrom I

|page| I spreading and to allow easy movement from natural seeding or planting, farm may set the pace for millions of tified its first Tree Farm on April 1 foresters. The figure for the percentof
forest crops Landowners in the pro- of fIre-fighting vehicles, unless the land is being converted to acres of such lands throughout the and the Arkansas Forestry Commis- private land is around 59 percent.
gram are urged to develope and disposal of high fire hazards and log- other uses." state." sion was close behind with a Tree Getting these private owners to
allow other usages of their lands ging slash, reduction of excessive Areas specifically and exclusivly The governor was right. Farm dedication on June 6. listen to forestry advice and apply it
within the multiple use concept.All forest fire fuel build-up by prescribed devoted to Christmas tree farms Bythe end of 194), a West Coast By the end of that first year, the to their land was a technical pro
woodlands under one owner burning, mamtenence' of forest may also be certified as tree farms if Tree Farm Program was established program was national and the blem that neede to be translated into
must be managed according to Tree fire fighting equipment, fencing and the plantations or stands are well- by forest industries through whatis American Tree Farm System was practical and easily understood
Farm standards before any of the other efforts to eliminate destruc- managed. Good management for now The Industrial Forestry formed. It was sponsored by the terms.
area is certified. An owner may tive grazing and the systematic this type of tree production demands Association in Portland, Oregon. forest industries through a national Program managers hope the
have his main are certified and then removal of overaged, diseased or in- weed, insect and disease control, The Western Pine Association association which is now known as words "Tree Farm have done just
add additional tracts as long as his sect infested trees. proper thinning and other recognized developed a similar program and the American Forestry Institute.In that. The program has now become
policy is to place these additional The owner also has to provide for cultural practices to induce ade- certified its first Tree Farm on Sept. those early days, few people nationwide in scope with increasing
lands under proper management as prompt restocking of desirable quate density and symmetry. The 24, 1942. thought of timber as a crop and pro- thousands of landowners joining in
rapidly as possible. The additional species of trees on harvested and objectives in management In this During that year, Alabama cerFLA.TWIN gress was painfully slow. Farmers what has been described as the
tracts amy be certified when they idle areas of land which are suitablefor type of farm is to produce the max- spoke of "silviculture" and "forest greatest voluntary forest conserva-
are placed under intensive forest tree gorwing. imum number of trees of the grade rll r.. management" strange words to tion movement in the nations's
management. Replanting is accomplished by a "U.S. number 1" or better, as defined THEATRE most land-owners. Stranger still was history.
"Managing and caring for a commercial variety of methods including natural in a USDA publication "United the concept of managing forests like Today, the American Tree Farm
tree operation is much more seeding, aerial or direct seeding or States Standards for Christmas Starke 964-5451 farmers managed agricultural System operates in all 50 states in
complex than most people think," reforestation with young tree seedl- Trees" available at the county crops. Most forest land in this coun- the U.S. It's still sponsored by the
Norton commented. "When you see ings. In many cases site preparation forestors office. Open Every Night try was owned and is still owned by forest industries through the
the nicely ordered rows of trees (burning or mechanical) is System History -'ii'o i iiC-1 private indivduals who are not American Forest Institute.
growing over a period of years it necessary to remove residual or The first Tree Farm in the United ,I I II II
might not look as if there is much to competing vegitation before re- States was dedicated in 1941. I Mt. Sun. 5:00: Showing!
do for the owner just sit back and seeding or re-planting. On that date, Tree Farm numberone (L _Tue. .,!d. v_I Showing!! !. _I j ': Lawn & Garden Ctr
watch the trees grow, right? It's Harvesting on a Tree Farm is an was started. It was a 120,000 Starts Fri. : LORIDA
really the opposite. There quite a bit important stage for the grower, not acre forest owned by the June 27 539 E. Call St. Starke
to do to protect the trees and see that only commercially, but in finding Weyerhaeuser Timber Company in RODNEY DANGERFIELD I PEST Open 9.6 Sat. 8-6 964-5745
they are managed in a proper way so the best way to cut and leave the Washington State's Gray's Harbor .. '
that they will be suitable for land productive for another crop. County. Heavy use by hunters, \ ONTROL'ICIKMICHI
harvesting. It's a challenge for a Cutting practices differ from area to fishermen, berry pickers and vaca- CHo''@ "' '
land-owner but the rewards can be area depending on stand conditionsand tioners posed a fire hazard to the -'
great." timber types.Clearcutting timber. The company appealed to
Some of the things landownersmust is the method usual- the public for cooperation and fire 'roRtf
do to protect their trees include ly done in Union and Bradford coun- prevention.The lFu]-0 :: IO. ,-lC."i: ::; '

having the ability and the equipmentto ties. editor of a local newspaper WEEKNIGHTS 7:05: 9:09 'tit)
protect his woodland from fires, "Clear-cutting of merchantabletrees suggested naming the forest the SAT & SUN 5:05 7:05: 1:05
diseases, insects and destructive is recognized as good forestry "Clemons Tree Farm" in honor of
overgrazing.Forest in many stand conditions," Forestor pioneer logger Charles H. Clemons. SCREEN 2 ( ) SAL:
protection practices used Norton said. "However, an owner The name "Tree Farm" caught(
by local farmers include cutting fire who clear cuts must provide on. At the Tree Farm dedication David Bowie In
lanes around the perimeter of the satisfactory stocking conditions for Washington State governor Arthur
property to stop potential fires from new trees of desired species either Langlie said "The Clemons Tree LABYRINTHWEEKNIGHTS 120 Off

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I Big July 4th planned in Lake Butler ***SUMMER********TIME****FUN****.: I :, :4 GRASS FREEd

J 10:30 AM & 2:00: PM .. CATCHER
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young at heart beginning at 12 noon Aide stations will be set up each T-shirts will be given to all par- :: :t A
1.6 miles and the finish line Buy
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planned with activities designed for ddd
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Classic 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Toro Riders during Haven't you done
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June 26. 1986 SECTION Page

Kids raise money for computerized libraryBy I p W V W F'


Mark Fricdltn ....

Students BCT at Staff Bradford Writer Middle t( [UlJII."":::: RENTAL HOMESOne

School will be usinG one of the few ..
computerized school libraries in the
-M4' HOt i IS Two Three BedroomsAll
area next Fall after a highly sue- r TC1JtuSO"
cessfull fund-raising drive by the :
students earned over $8,000 and a r Electric
brand new Apple II-E computer.
"This will be a tremendous addi-
tion to our library system and will
have a wide range of uses," com- Cable TV Laundry Mat
mented BMS Media Specialist Bess M1 '
Abdulla. "The students have done a
fantastic job on their fund-raising Carpools Private
drive. We had wanted a computerfor
over three years, to simplify and Playground BasketballSR
organize the circulation system herein
the school library and this will bea 121 Lake Butler 496-2366
great help- making it easier for us .
and the students to use the library." -
Computer Kids... Photo by Murk i Prlxtlln;
The fund-raising drive, in which
the students sold jewelry pieces! These Bradford<< Middle School students earned the From left to right: Tammie Starling, David
began in December, 191)5) and endedin most money In their fund-raising drive to buy a new Li/enbee, Sam Norris, Shaun Nichols and Lewis ;, Be Wise. .
t in January, 1986. The computer was commuter for the school library. Prlham. Lisa Goltare was absent. = JL
ordered in May and arrived in June, .-.-- -- Shop
giving Abdulla and her staff a big f
programming job this summer 1 Ii--- J tli' lli DISCOUNT \PRIcE-WISE
before school resumes in the Fall. I :: ,_
"The computer will be used to i't r.,1E10 I'i. / LL/
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check inventory and stocks througha k :
special program, which all had to OIl
be done manually before and keep '
track of our circulation with a pro [1 : CANADIAN!
gram called Circulation-Plus," Ab iiiI''
dulla said. This should free our peo- .. LORD tu
ple in the library and in the media CALVERT
center for more important tasks and : FLEIS.
hopefully will give them more timeto 4- .. HIGH 1,75 PREFERRED
work directly with the students."_ '
The manual job of loading the program LTR I LTR
with the names of the books LOUD
and materials on hand has already vls HIGH TEN CAWEBT 1299k4 6"
begun with the goal of having the 6"
system fully operational by the first Prize winners... ,
week of school in the Fall.
These B.MS: students earned cash prizes for their From left to right/ : April Jones Shawn Gulley i .
The money raised by the studentswas sales in a fuml-ruisini drive to purchase a computer Jeanette Daniels. Tammy Wilkerson, Khonell Estes, -
enough to purchase the com- system for the school library. Melissa Backus and Cathy Hepburn. -
puter, two disc drives and an Image-
Writer printer. Cash prize winners for sales were or*
Top sellers during the fund-raising April Jones, Jeanette Daniels, Tam-
drive were Shaun Nichols,Sam Nor- my Wilkerson, Shawn Gulley, SKIERSWANTED" HOUSE.
ris, David Lizebell, Lewis Pelham, Melissa Backus, Cathy Hepburn and
Lisa Coltare and Tammie Starling Rhondell Estes. OF SCHENLEY SMIRNOFF 3


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place medals, three 2nd place The club is now preparing for the Boats to fully rigged tournament bass rigs. Fri. & Sat 9.00: ) a.m. (til 2:00: am
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HOURS Saturday October. 9:00: a.m. to 6:00: p.m. FEES: Exhibition fee Is $45.00. Application fee Is $5.00 for
OiJttfrkedestivtfl Sunday, October 19, 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. each category entered and Is non-refundable. Enclose only

$5.00 duplication fee with application. After judging, accepted
PLACE The Starke Festival of the Arts Is held on West Call artists will be notified to pay $45.00 Exhibition fee.
theM Street from the Santa Fe Community College Starke Centeron Accepted Artists who do not pjy the Exhibition fee by October
qf Highway 301 I to the railroad tracks East of Thompson 3 will not be eligible to participate. Under no circumstances -
Street. This Is the main street of Starke's
historic district. will
exceptions be made. No Exhibition fees will
Arts be accepted prior to Judging.
SPACES The Starke Festival of the Arts Is limited to a total

of 93 competitive spaces. All spaces are on street .
areas. Display spaces may not be transferred.. Artists sharing spaces
They will be assigned after Jurylng, according to the must each be approved and each pay the appropriate Exhibition
postmark on the application. All spaces are at least I 10 feet fee.
wide and 8 feet deep.

I| No refunds will be m lde.1)

October 18 & 19, 1986 '-" .... ..-,' .-- .. .. ..--.. -

Starke, Florida JUDGINGs Awards are

(I) $300 "Best of Show" Two Dimensional.
Judging will be In two divisions, (I) $300 "Best of Show" Three Dimensional.
Applications are now being accepted for ing, and renditions in wood, clay, metal Two Dimensional Oil Acrylic 8. Mixed Media Watercolor, ((4)) $ 150 "Award of Excellence" (Two per division given
the first annual Starke Festival of the Arts, and glass. All accepted artists will be without regard to .
Graphics, Prints & A. category)
Drawings Photography.Three
sponsored jointly by Santa Fe Community assigned a 10 X 12-foot area along Call
((4)) $100 I "Award of Distinction" (Two division given
College, the Starke Center, the SFCC Endowment Street in which to display and market their per
Corporation, the Starke- works. Dimensional Metal Glass Clay Fiber, Wood. without regard to category).
((4)) $50 "Award of Merit" (Two per division -given without
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce, Each division will receive equal amounts of prize money. .
and: the City of Starke.It All artists and craftsmen will be judged regard to category)
by three slides of their work for acceptance $25 "Award of Mention" (Two per division -given with

will be held in the Call Street Historic out regard to category).

District on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 9 a.m. _.. -.-.. --- -. -..-.-. .
to 6 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 19, from 1 to 6
p m. The late starting hour on Sunday is ( I ) APPLICATION Three slides ((2" x 2," 35 mm., for each ((3)) INELIGIBLE ITEMS AREi Kit type work, molded or mass-
designed to accommodate churches in the category entered) representative of the artlsts's work must produced Items, novelty Items, antiques, string beads,
area and services.to allow the public to attend their be submitted for consideration to our Juror/Judges. Slides feather or shell crafts, mass produced, manufactured or kit

regular will be mailed on September 4, Applications postmarked produced jewelry or settings, fork spoon or coin jewelry,
after August 29 will not be eligible for Jurying. Criteria for decoupage, bead work, embellished Items, pattern or mass-
The festival will feature artists and
93 acceptance will be excellence of work show. Please print produced macrame or cloth Items. crocheting and knitting,
craftsmen, displaying all two-and-three
(dimensional media. The deadline for applications name category and size of object on all slides submitted. It plants Imports breaddough, candles, dried flowers, posters.
for exhibit space is Sept. 29, and Is to your advantage to send clear slides. Slides of unaccepted T-shirts, tapes or books.
additional information may be obtained by artists will be returned after jurying. An application
riting to Starke Festival of the Arts, Box Is a commitment to show each artist must accompany his ((4)) RAIN In the event of Inclement weather the Starke
l.;:))0, Gainesville FL, 32606. own work. Festival of the Arts will be moved to the Bradford County Fair
Grounds. The enclosed area at the Fair Grounds Is
The sidewalk arts festival will offer a a enough to accomodate the entire Festival. Further Information -
oil, mixed media
Painting acrylic
unique opportunity to involve as many arttmms regarding the rain plan will be sent along with your Information
as possible, showcasing the work of Painting watercolor packet.
II ne artists and craftsmen,and also involving Graphics Prints and Drawings
all businesses, service organizations, into the Festival displays, and those PhotographyFiber
1 admitted will be to ((5)) DATES TO REMEMBER 29i Deadline
;and individuals wishing to participate.In eligible compete for (Includes Leather & Batik) August to apply;
cash and purchase awards. Wood September I2i Notification of acceptance mailed; October

addition to the arts and crafts section, Local dance, music, theatre, and choral Clay 3i Deadline for fee payment accepted artists.
ui area will be designated for hands-on art groups will be given the opportunity to per- GlassMetal
(experience for youngsters to showcase Please submit separate. .application. form .and $5.00 fee for
their work, a children's emporium, a per- form in 45-minute time slots throughoutthe each category. entered.
lormmg arts area, and concession stands. Festival, on a stage erected in the Prints allowed In a series of limited editions signed and
SFCC Starke Center parking lot. A com numbered. No commercially. produced prints, photographs Violation. of these rules will result In removal. of display. and
Categories for inclusion in the festival plete sound system, along with a techni- or castings from commercial molds are acceptable. Any Inellglblllty to participate. In future festivals
Ire: paintings in all mediums, water- cian, will be provided by the Starke commercial reproductions are subject to Immediate. removalat
colors, graphics, photography, fiber weav Center.
the request of the committee.

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.' Lawn & Garden Ctr Four local non-profit organizations will
LORIDA be asked by the Festival staff to operate :
539 E. Call St. -Starke
food concessions during the two-day event.
pEST Open 9.6 Sat. 8-6 964.5745 All revenue from the concessions will go to I APPLICATION FORM-Please Print or Type I
the operating organizations for their own I (INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL RETURNED)
\. 'cONTROL purposes. I I C I DR I 5 t II
"-. J""If.eAL, I
;; rj / The Festival will rely on volunteer support NAME I I
/ from civic groups, service clubs, and PERMANENT ADDRESS I ILion
individuals to assist the staff in the opera I _SS.OO Application fee payable! to Starka Festival
I BH Volunteers will be needed to operate I of the Arts(Enclosed)
q's ; soft drink booths, the Kiddie Art Area, and I TELEPHONE: Home( ) Three slides per category enclosed
i fJL9 the Children's Emporium. Work( ) =Special requirements listed 8verllslde
? :
Purchase award sponsors will be asked I .,_. j
SALE to make tax deductible contributions to the I Applicant hereby releases and forever discharges
SFCC Endowment Corporation for use in I .ZIP- the Starke Festival of the Arts, Santa Fe Community I
r. the art-purchasing program. guaranteed I CATEGORY C2D 030 College, City of Starke and all other participating I
jf amount of sales need to be given to artists I Average size space 1x10 and sponsoring organizations from I
if "Don't Mitt Thtte Trrrific Lawn "".- ,,,/,,,,,,
in the competitive area, and the higher the I responsibility, personal liability, loss damage In
r total amount! of purchase awards, the I connection with this show.
_A t; SAVE$75.00Model higher will be the caliber of artists exhibiting -
( in the show. Area businesses, professional 1 I
/1/, :i/ 16775 people, and individuals will be I SIGNED I
:. 21" cut, self propelled contacted to make purchase awards. Con-
I tributors will be listed in all adver I Requests made at later date will not be honored.

/ m side discharge tecumseh tisements and the Festival booklet. I____ ______.-________ __________________________
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0 1776-1986 Q o e We Feature A Large Dance Floor,

r A Good Band and Good Drinks!

up and cheer for our Nation's 0

Two Hundred and Tenth Birthday! 0 .

I linnus, Jefferson wrote it and,on July 4. 1776,our Live Entertainment Every Wednesday Night
I minding fathers affirmed, it -our Declaration of
Independence.! In :it,we proclaimed the
irthof a nation, based on respect 2 Bands on Friday & Saturday Night

f">r the human spirit. Today
I 1'1 I u+ remember" this Bobby's Treat 1.00 Cover Charge
pre( 'ions heritage
member I ,and
celebrate it' Featuring River Canyon
Happy Birthday, America!
Wanted Alive D '

In observance of America's

birthday, we will be Wednesday Ladles' Night

75 Drinks

Closed Friday, July 4 n w/live entertainment o D

Banking hours will resumeas -

usual on Saturday, July 5.COMMUNITY .

OPEN: Monday thru Saturday 4 pm til 2 am


BANK OF STARKEBradford Hwy 301 (North-of Waldo)

Square Shopping Center 964-7850 Starke Phone 483-1841

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'Crack' form of cocaine appearing in local area, say authorities I


A more powerful form of cocaine are light brown or beige pellets of during six weeks in October and the brain's chemistry, says Mark S. faster and more potent action that seductive substance! In New York
called 'crack', first reported in New ready-to-smoke freebase'cocaine November, 1935. Twenty-eight per- Gold, M. D. director of research at makes crack more addicting, more City, addicts report purchases of
York City and on the West Coast, Is packaged in small vials. It is being cent reported using freebase rocks. Fair Oaks Hospital, Summit, N. J. toxic and more physically harmful. three rocks for as (little as$20 It can
appearing across the nation. used from such diverse areas as and founder of the 800-COCAINE Lung damage, brain seizures and sometimes be bought for less that
Iowa, Maryland, Michigan and For the first time, individuals are heart attacks are far more likely to cocaine powder, which may cost $75
Authorities in Bradford Countyare Washington state,as well as California showing up for treatment because of Helpline. Inhaling purified cocaine occur with freebase rocks. to $100 a gram.Eighty.five .
seeing evidence of this county and New York,according to a recent crack addition, according to an ar- gets the substance into the blood Callers who were using crack percent of those using
being infiltrated with crack within sampling of 800-COCAINE tical' in PRIDE. Use of cocaine in stream faster (within 10 seconds) ranged in age from 16 to 35, with 48 freebase rocks said they experienced -

the Crack past year. helpline' ...... callers." _The_..survey.._._. __sampl-,_ ..... this form appears to cause rapid than snorting cocaine powder and at percent under age 25. Ninety-eight feelings of paranoia and 38 per-
freebase n. n" .
or cocaine
rocks .- -. .. -- addiction and severe changes in higher coirtnlilions It Is the perent said that they once snorted cent displayed violent behavior. In
cocaine occasionally,but since using order to support their habit, 40 per-
Lawtev man gets ten days in jail for deer hunting. fined X237: crack. Crack they became rapidly doublingor addieted. cent of and callers resorted to dealing
------ ---- -- -- ---- I:I week drugs an additional 45 percent
tripling their amount of stole, according to the PRIDE arti
Herman Floyd Crews,35,charged Judge George H. Pierce.A gun and light, which is a first degree Christian pied to the charge 01 cocaine. The dosage escalates more
with taking deer during closed wildlife alert call from a con- misdemeanor punishable by a possession and was fined. The se- because it is so addictive.Crack's cle.The 800-COCAINE Helpline
season,pled guilty to count two June cerned citizen resulted in the second maximum sentence of one year in cond charge against him was price makes it a far more operates 24 hours a day. '
17 in Bradford County Misdemeanorcourt. arrest of Crews in April. He and Rod jail and up to a $1,000 fine. dismissed by the state attorney. The
Crews was sentenced to ten Allen Christian, 32, of Starke were charge of possession of a doe deer
days in jail, fined $237. must forfeit charged with possession of a doe This was Crews' second arrest against Crews was also dismissed,
deer out of and taking or atYour within eleven months for the same according to Assistant 14TH off JULY '
rifle and season State
his had. his hunting! Attorney
,. ._,...I..........1,.."......w."ink.ad/A w offense. David Giant.
licence! i"npnrlerl! !for thrpp vpara hv .

Card of ThanksWe kindness will never be gave us comfort during our recent Card of ThanksI 8 p.m. Midnight (Frl.' ft Sat.) 2 p.m.10 p.m. Sunday
f orgotten. Continue to keep us in .
want to take this time to thank your loss.A would like to thank all those who BOWL 3 GAMES
all of our friends in the community prayers.In special thanks to the Pinehurst their
Love, gave support to me while I was
for 2
for all of the flowers, food and Martha and Monica McGee, Grocery and Lady Bug Florist. hospitalized.Your I Pay .. B
prayers that were given during our Per Person ';
Wife and
time of sorrow over the loss of Ran- Loving May God Bless each of you as you support and kindness helpedme I (Does not apply to special rates) '; : "J-it n
have been comfort to bad time.
a us. through a B
dall.There and Nela McGee,
are no words to express how Father and Mother Thank you and lots of love. STARKE LANES 1612 N. Temple '.." "STa rkeFor
much we appreciate all of you and The Family of Angel Gail Griffis Shelley Raley d ,
your thinking of us. It was such a Card of ThanksWe %. __ ( More Information Call 964-8175 )
tragic loss for us,but with the loving .aF
support of friends like you,it helps to wish to express our sincere appreciation -

ease some of the pain. to the many friends who The Telegraph extends an .apology. the BHS Class of 1986,

Jackson Building Supply and Lewis Timber
Company for the mistakein
Lake Butler July 4thFrom 4." SUN proof-reading on their 1986 Graduation ad..y' .

Tanningse:215ns -
Page 4 Late registration will be from 6 _
ticipants. A trophy will be awardedto p.m. to 7:20: p.m. on Friday, July 4,
the top winner in the men's and at Lakeside Park. Late registrationfee
women's divisions of the 5K is $8. 4
Run/Walk. Ribbons will be awardedfor

the first three places in both the All proceeds from the Firecracker ((10 Visits) -.

Firecracker Classic and the Fun Classic and Fun Run will go toward .. .
Call .
Run.Age next year's Fourth Celebration. '.
divisions for the races are: 1)
ages 18 and under, 2) ages 19-30, 3)) Fireworks... Hairplanesu.s. .
ages 31-40, 4) ages 41 and above.A .
$6 entry fee will be required for The annual fireworks display will 301 South
early registration. Registrationforms take place at dark (about 9 p.m.) at Starke
can be picked up at the spon- Lakeside Park over Lake Butler. All the way' ,
sors: Spires IGA Store, Farmers The display grows bigger and better 964-4645 Clan of 86.
and Dealers Bank, and Lake Butler each year, with new fireworks 1 I We know you
Hospital and Hand Surgery Centerin being added all the time. Don't missit Y can do it.
Lake Butler.


...... ""'1III'r'-: : You're tops In our book,class of'86.

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SALES Mobile, Homes and spaces for rent, needed at Whispering Pines Care Or room, A/C close to town Available Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac bush hog and equipment trailer.
Llm.rock B Fill Dirt Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Call Susan Cook, 964-6220. 12/5TF June 1 1. $235 month Call 473.2730.5/22 473.2521.6/5 tfnchg 473-7656 after 7 p.m. 4tchg 6/5.26
20 yd. .emi-load. only 964.7498,9/16 tfn tfnchg SAFE 17 X 17 X 23 Incheshigh.
Phone SALES POSITION: Must have sales experience. NEED TYPING DONE Reasonable elf I-
782-3172 I S. 23
ttchg EFFICIENCIES studios and BR LAKE GENEVA RENTALS 473-2007. 2tpd 6/19.26
one apart. Weekly monthly $50.
Call 964-5606. Olins Mobile clent computer printout letter quality.
STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale
: at ments. Electricity included. Low weekly Home TFHAIRSTYLIST efficiency apartments 1 or 2 BR, Call 473-4648 and leave message. Will 16% FT. MONARK $-1 BOWRIDER -
Doublewlde Home Center located rates. Palms call 473-2919. 5/22 teak ski three
monthly Apartments, tfnchg Lounge seats, storage
: Florida licensed. Must return call tfnchg 3/27
North on 301 lawtey Fla. (this Is not 2314 N. Temple Ave tfn 2 BR LAKEFRONT Furnished swimmingand nice built In cooler/storages! Full Instrumentation.
trailer furniture following. Good benefits Busy CLEANING Deep steam extraction
) 6/13 tfnchg NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2 $250 Extra Larg.fu.1 .
skiing. a week plus $100 storage
FOR Shop. Halrplanes, 964-4645. 2/20 TF truck mounted equipment
SALE. Store bought furniture for BA For information call Lake boarding
apt more GOVERNMENT JOBSt $16,040 to deposit. 473.3856.6/5 tfnchg C B B CARPET CLEANING tank. Bow rail canvas
sale at Olins Home Center located on Butler' 4963141. 1 BR 1 BA 135 HP. RUNS
Apts Equal Opportunity on secluded lakefront platform. Older Johnson
59230yr. Now hiring.. Call Keystone Heights 473-7770
Highway 100 West This is not trailer Housing 6/7 tfnchg 805.6B7.6OOO. Ext. R.5504 for current private drive, carpets, drapes AC, GOOD I SS Props. CLEAN. $5500. larry.

furnituie: 6/13 tfnchg COMMERCIAL MINI STORAGE now federal list. 6/26 8tpd 8/8 quiet Single party or couple only. No Half off on Scotchguord 475.1267.6/19 tfnchg
INSULATED OR STORM WINDOWS: available at CSC Mini Storage. 12 ft, EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON: honest pets $175 mo, $100 deposit 473.27B4.IIpd 9tchg 5/1-6/26 SEARS CHEST TYPE FREEZER has 5

custom Beautiful made of N. Fla.& Installed.964 Homes ceilings, lights, power new reduced clean cut A MUST I References re 6/26 HANDYMAN SERVICE yard work chain baskets, in good condition $250; Baby
6766. 5'ITF rates. 964 8848. 1/9TF TWO OR THREE BR mobile homes. Across Lock sewing machine, $250; Living
quired; possible $25.000 first saw work free trimming
RCA cabinet COLOR TV, 25 Balance. remote walnut ROOMS FOR RENT: Magnolia Hotel $8 0 & S Motors 207 N. Temple year. No- from lake. $155. Partially furnished.Mr. removal, any odd job 4733321. 6/5 Room suite, :2 end tables, coffee table,
reg. $749. due $338 or per night. From $35 per week. Discount phone calls. 4/3 TF Phillips, 473.7560 2/13 20tpd 6/26 tfnchg chair with ornaments, love seat sofain
$22 mo. Free delivery. Call for condition $500, French Provenclal -
offered longer term. Apply In per. CLERICAL PRESSURE WASHING mobile good
1 725 1997 65 easy mail handling work. Excellent Houses,
son Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across bed with canopy 2 mattresses,
pay no experience requiredDon't HOMES homes pools decks, sidewalks. Freeestimates.
MICROWAVE OVEN: Tappan. left in from Post Office. TF MOBILE FOR SALE $75. 473-7748 if no answer call
Call Rob 4733590. 6/5
wait call now. 964-7222. 5/29
layaway Still in box Balance $238 or LARGE 2 BR, 1 bath house with CH/A, TFN tfnchg 4732235. 2tchg 6/19-26
$15' mo. Free delIvery. Call stove and refrigerator. Suitable for NO-QUALIFYING No down Owner FORD 8N TRACTOR FOR SALE $1500
1.725.1997.65 4tpd 6'26 couple or small family. $350 month. HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED: Experienced and must sell, !14'X 64' Homes of Merit. 2 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. firm. 4733209. Itchg 6/26
Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
ALL MARY KAYE PRODUCTS in stock Call 964.7826, 3/13TF following preferred. Call 9646777. BR, 2 Bath, lap siding shingle roof,, WELCH PONY and saddle, $450.
25% off Leilom Crawford 964.7464. 6/12 tfnATTENTION fireplace, dishwasher extras Estimates. 6/5 tfnchg
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly many 4737644. Itchg 6/26
6 19 2tchg 6 26 decorated, everything furnished. Laundry : Experlended telephone $195 per month. 473.3160 or 473.4512 PRESSURE WASHING Trailers are our FAMILY ROOM SUITE. Couch love .seat
splicer needed for unit work in the specialty 475-31)6.) 4tchg 6/5.26
STEEL BUILDINGS (Quonset SStraightwall 2tchg 6/19.26 table and
facilities, included. Video room two end tables, chair coffee
) 4 only cancelled orders. Panhandle. Must have truck and tools. ONE ACRE FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR .
available. Will child WATERFRONT Sampson ottoman combination. Like new. Country
accept one no
United of level? Call LaRue
House Leveling
Splicer. Inc. Call Paul. out
30x30 40x62 46x110 55x190 with pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. Temple Lake. 1985 3/2 Fleotwood O.W.. casual style sturdy earth tones,
497.3853 ) 497 3305. Service, for all foundation
or ((904) fcan 86-186 your
sliding doors. 1st come 1st served. 1 sundeck front landscaped .
Ave, Starke 32091 5/1 TF porch new $399. 4752339. Itpd 6/26.:
800 423 0052 Allsteel Inc. fcan 86.198 LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor- fenced back repairs 4737721. 6/5 tfnchg
HOUSE FOR RENT located fishing
: on 100 A, Edwards couches cushions
thAmerlcan Van Lines need.owneroperalor.11I UPHOLSTERY Chairs, ,
flashing arrow Loop. $350 1st and last. 9645606. yard. 69500. 964.8833. Itchg 6/26
and Addison Upholstery.
I need campers
signs' $238! lighted non-arrow $263'' 5 8TFSMALL you training
$237'' Free letters'' we will train you. You will operate 4732452. 4tchg 6/19.7/11
Nonlighted full fac
TRAILERS for rent by month, 1
or Lost .
your own tractor. If don't have PAINTING Interior-exterior. Good WANTED looking for
few you
tory warranty. Only See local.
2 adults No ,
ly I 800423.0163 anytime Icon 86.191 only. pets. Deposit re. one northAmerlcan offers a tractor work fair price. Call 4737517. 2tpd housework will live-In baby (it. Hbrdworker
SIGNS! (NEW) Deluxe flashing arrow quired. 964-8484. STARKE KOA KAM- purchase program that can put you in a $100 REWARDI! Black male Labrador, 619.26 and have references.Weekdays .
PGROUND 301 South. 5/15TF tractor for mixed dark Lost Nov. TRACTOR WORK Land clearing, call Christine 473-4864
$269. No arrow $249. new $2500 down. If you are spots on tongue or
signs (Factory
direct warranty) free letters' delivered SMALL FURNISHED 2BR HOUSE suitablefor 21 or over and think you may qualify/ 7 on SR-i 100 and Immokalee Road. grading discing bush hog mowing 659-2398 after 6 p.m. or 659-2325 9:30
without obligation for Inspection. Factory 964.597061211nUNFURNISHED Middle aged couple. No pets. we'd like to send you a complete information Answers to 'Minor.::' 4737162. 6/5 reasonable rates. Call anytime, a.m. 4.30; p.m. Itpd 6/26
package. Call weekday. tfnchg 4734070. Itpd 6/26
1 800 233.7566 anytime Signs HOUSE 3 Br.,
L.T.D. fcan 86-193 kitchen wall TOLL FREE 1 800348.2191 Ask for TREE REMOVAL large 8 small jobs HOUSES FOR SALE
room dining room to
1 LINCOLN 22S AC-DC PORTABLE wall cond. Dept. 97. fcan 86-188 HELP WANTEDOFFICE reasonable rates Firewood. 4734512
carpet air gas stove
WELDER 16 H. I-C Commercial engine. refrig. 964.7771, 6/19 TF NATIONWIDE 15-year-old fund raising 6/19 2tchq 6/26 LAKE HOUSE on one of the best lakes In

964.4752 after 9 p.m. 6 26 Itchg TWO BEDROOM Mobile home on 1 1/2 company looking for Individual with SUPPLY SALESPERSON. Prefer Keystone Dock nearly :2 acres, large
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER two rails, with acres, 2 miles from Starke $185 per degree to call on schools and youth retired person to sell in Keystone MISCELLANEOUSPACK oaks, clear lake. Call 904-725-3047.
aluminum storage box and spore tire mo plus security Responsible adults organizations $28,000 plus benefits.Call Heights area. Must be familiar with 4tchg 6/12.7/3
Mr. Alexander at ((404)) 3733800.
$185 Pistol 38 S&W Model 10. community. For more information con
only 9646479 6/19 2tchg 6/26 fcan 86.196SHELTERED RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible
pachmeyer grips and holster $165. 3 BR. APARTMENT upstairs, kitchen furnished WORKSHOP SUPERVISOR to tact John Miller, 9646305. tfnchg. Items and antiques Used furniture LAND FOR SALE
Rowing & fitness machine like new $195 month plus $100 deposit Indoor work EXPERIENCED CABINET MAKER Cabinet glassware, jewelry and much more.
activities for
$75. Kmgtley Lake 533.2755.6'26 Itpd 964.4990, 6, 26 Itthg manage handicapped adult students In installer and cabinet sales person. Apply Come see for yourself. One mile east LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake $13,500.
AKC COCKER SPANIEL female, blonde at Cabinets, 2923 N.E. 20th
$50 PER WEEK for you choice of our one tive work center. Desire production Dyson of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. Owner will finance $164 month.
5 mths old $150. 964.7972. 6, 26 Itpd bedroom apartments with refrig. and oriented person with strong organization Way Gainesville FL 32609. 3tchg 4732183. 6/5 tfnchg 473.4367.6/5 tfnchg

GIBSON TRACTOR RIDING MOWER. 36 cooking facilities All utilities are Included and communication skills able to PAINT SHOP HELPER Wrapping parts, RAGS TO RICHES CONSIGNMENT SHOP. LAKE BROOKLYN WATERFRONT One
in single blade never used. cost I $1700 in this price so why rent a room motivate and train the handicapped in preparing parts to be painted and Needs spring and summer clothing acre wooded lot. 17500. Call 473-7162
will sell $11 50,964.6362. 6 26 Itchg when you can have an apartment. work skills Must be able to deal effectively general work in paint shop Full-tlme. now!III! Open Tuesday through Saturday after 5. 3/27 tfnchg
FLAT BED UTILITY TRAILER almost new, Monthly rates are $200. Call us at with staff students and com Omega, Metals 473-4984 2tchq TO a.m.-5 p.m. Highway 21 North

only used a few times $400. 533-2251. 964.4262 days 964.6566 evenings, or panies. Desire HS and 2 yrs. experience EXPERIENCED PAINTER Wanted for Keystone Heights Call 473.3106 for YARD SALEBIG
6 26 IIchg.NEWSPAPER. drop by and see the apartment In Industry, rehabilitation night shift 5 p.m.1'30 1 a m, Omega time to leave items 6/5 tfnchg I
PLATES: Aluminum. manager in apt. no. six at 314 North and/or college. Previous work experience Metqls. 473-4984, 21chg 61\9.26 ROOF COATING Single wide from
Mea.ure.24,36 .25 cents each. Great Temple Ave. next to the Tenneco Station and training in vocational ASSISTANT MANAGER TRAINEE Must $135; double wide from $160. One year YARD SALE Rain or shine. 6820
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH 6 26 TF education or human service programscan have experience in handling lumber guarantee against leaks. Call now and Deer Springs Rd. Saturday, June 28 at 9
135 W. Call St 964.6305, RENTALS AVAILABLE save. Free estimates 964-4680 a.m. Itpd 6/26
: $150 per month be substituted. Bose 11,000 to and building materials, truck driving
COPY MACHINES Canon for THIS WEEKEND Sat. and Sun., 9 a.m. 5
: rent or and up. Call Susan F. Reddish' Broker. 13,100 (Based on training 8 experience some counter sales some anytime, 7 days. 4tchg 6/5.26
sale Canon home copier $799 Canon Owner at 964.5065 or 964.4048 TF ) plus quarterly performance maintenance work Available to work p.m., 155 Jasmine St. Major appliancesto

home or office copier $999;, Canon office CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On bonus 4 wks vacation, holidays, paid Saturday Permanent with opportunityfor miscellaneous. Itpd 6/26.
copier $1399. Rent to own for as Highway 16 W Close to prison. life, S health insurance. Send resumeto advancement Wn'e to P. O Box CARS, TRUCKS
little as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP. 91>4.7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Lake
: Robert Larimer, Director Sunshine 364 Geneva Florida 32660. All & BOATS
110 W Call St Starke 9645764. 221 FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile, Industries, P.O. Box 509 Starke, FL replies kept strictly confidential 2tchg
tin homes inside city, weekly & monthly. 32091. 6/263tchg7 10WATERWASTEWATER
ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49,99 per month JO LU Motel & MH Park 9648810. 6/5 PLANT NOW HIRING 1976 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Very

No down payment Call 964.6946. tin TF OPERATOR position available city of SEWING MACHINE good condition Inside and outside
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. 2 BR APARTMENT, unfurn., $200 per Starke Class C. Fla. license desired Asking $2000 4752964. 1 itchy 6/26
$14.99 per month Call 964.6946. tfn month 2 persons, no pets. 9648404. but will accept trainee applications OPERATORS 1972 CORVETTE T-top AT 350 engine, 'tt1
FULL SIZE FORD TRUCK PARTS for sale 6 19 3tpd 7 3 Apply at City Hall, Starke. Salary new tires, $6800. 473.7432 weekdaysafter
360 390 4bbl manifold, motors, C.6 & HOUSE FOR RENT In Starke, stove $4.95/Hr. Fla. Chauffeurs license re Experience helpful qualified 6 p.m. Weekends anytime. Ttpd

FMX transmissions. rear ends, etc., refrig. new carpet, two bedrooms con quired. 6/19 2tehg 6/26 people. Start out well above 6/26 1?
miscellaneous body parts, tires & mag venient to shopping no pets $250 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS needed for min. wage. Only serious lob WHOLESALE PRICES 1979 Chevy '
wheels Gary 9648569. 3 20 TF month 1st and last S security. 4681509. asphalt paving immediate employ seekers apply. Chevette $1195; 1981 Chevy Chevette Have you ever wished that 4\
FIBERGLASS DOG BOX: for fullsize fleet- 6/19 2tpd 6/26 ment. 7823125. 6/26ltpd $1395; 1982 Chevy Chevette $1495' ,were In you
a position to own a swimming
side pickup. $75. 964.5812.TFce ONE BEDROOM APT., A/C, carpets MANAGER WANTED for 82 multl family VOGUEINC. 1983 ChevyChevette, $2495; 1984 pool but weren't"We* 'th' t It'
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: '", ton anything you walled patios drapes, mini blinds furnished apt units located In Starke. 40 Hr. 710 S. WaterSt. Chevy Chevette,, $2800: 1984 Chevy could afford
need--Axles, front or rear, auto or unfurn. Close in, off street week and company benefits send Starke FL Chevette, $3000; 1977 Buick Century suchsa'luxdrt'W40'having
transm, transfer cases 2 different parkIng. 8.9 30 a.m. best time to call. resume to 801 S. Water St. or call Wagon, $650. All prices negotiable. YOUR OWN pool doesn't require
types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts 964.8601 6 19 tfnchg 964.4214, 6/26 2tchg 7/3 nrF" q 473.7644 or see at Highway 100 and SR a fortune anymore! With the
Call 964-5812, TFce FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE for rent in PART-TIME HELP WANTED- appro 20 21. i Itchg 6/26 modern construction techniques and
7MM MAGNUM GOLDEN EAGLE Never downtown Starke. This house needs hrs. week. Apply In person no phone 1984 MAZDA PICK-UP 5 speed, AC the standardized plan. that Dynamic
Fired. $425 Firm. J. T. Wheeler. some work If you are handy with a calls Tenneco 301 N. Temple Ave 6/26 BEN & DON'SAIR AM/FM cassette, good condition, excellent Pools has to offer you can have the
964.8640, nc hammer and can paint you can rent it itchy gas $4600. 4733468. tpd 6/26 pool of y
for S200 per month. we tix it, it's $300 CITY GARAGE is accepting applicationsfor CONDITION & than you ''''nk.

NOTICE per month. Call 964.4262 days or temporary mechanic Please apply Prices Start At
964.6566 evenings. 6/26 itchy at City Hall. Merrill Dee offices. 6/26 REFRIGERATIONCOMMERCIAL NOTICE
VERY CLEAN furnished, 2 BR trailer. 1 Itchq
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. $5,900
Private lot Quiet Win
neighborhood. 8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
mIlled to the Bradford County dow air.no pets, no children. 964,5739 SCHOOLS to the Lake Region Monitor office
Telegraph office, 'in writing and paid in or 964.4468. 6/26 2tpd 7/3 Conditioning in writing and paid in. advance INSTALLEDTHIS
advance unless credit, is already 3 BR HOUSE CHSA $150 deposit $300 SEMI DRIVING TRAINING. Earn Big Central or WindowDehumidifiers unless credit is already establishedwith
established with this office. per month No pets 9647824. 6/26 Bucks-Drive Big Trucksl! DOT. Certification this office, WEEK ONLY!


CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER furnished. $125 per month. Phone respondence/Resident training. Eligi ICE MACHINES & ICE MAKERS CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER With a variety of sizes and shapesto
THE TELEPHONE. 964.5161 or 964-8513 near FSP. 6/26 ble institution for Financial Aid. THE TELEPHONE. choose from there's a beautiful
Classified deadline is TUESDAY Itpd Guaranteed Student loan.. Call 1 ((800)) Rentals Classified, deadline Is Tuesday noon Dynamic pool that's just right for

NOON, prior to Thursday publication 3BR 1BA fenced yard, $250 per month, 282-8165. UNITED TRUCK MASTER Resident RepairsREFRIGERATORS prior to Thursday publication. your home AND your budget. This
Minimum charge is 15 words for $3.50, first last 8 $200 dep. off 57th Ave. Training; Tampa Florida fcan FREEZERS. Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50 reliable Fla. State Certified Contractor
then 15 cents for each word thereafter. (Crawford Rd.) 9648333. 6/26 1 Itpd 86-189 then 15 cents for each word thereafter will take care of everything from

SMALL HOUSE: furnished or unfurnished ************.******* STOVES, WASHERS DRYERS design and Installation to
CARS & TRUCKS 825 W Cypress St.. Starke. Ph. ** Home Repair andA I .;,,:;.:.! :. ''' ; arranging...
964.6191 Middle aged couple prefer. ISUSINKSS; ; Few Used Models 100"% Financing with

1982 FORD EXP: AM FM radio cassette. red. Available July 1. 6/26 Itchg OIM'OKTUMTY; ; I WALDO VILLASNOW NO DOWN PAYMENTNo
AC red sports car, good cond $2800. 3BR 2BA MH trailer for rent in Rail ord, .. .. TOTAL HOME COMFORTAt Monthly PaymentFor

For info call 964-5812, ask for Len. on private property. 4963024. 6/26 .. .. A Reasonable Cost RENTING 90 DaysTo
5/lce 1 Itchg FASUlOSTOP; ; is *
: make
your new pool a beauty of
5 ROOM OFFICE or house on Call St. 1 2 & 3 BedroomUnfurnished
summer fun, Phone
am/fm. $4,500. 4737411. 6/19 2tpd New wall to wall carpet central air, lit \ 1'Ioillg I ) a new Ben or Don On Call Anytime Dally Ba.m.
to 8
lease required $345 month : : Apartmenf p.m.or Saturday 8 Sunday
6'26 per slwppiu pima mlja't'ut : 24 Hours 782-3564 5
) a.m. to p.m.
1984 CROWN VICTORIA. 17000 miles. 964 6305, ask for John. Equal Housing Opportunity
A/C. 964.4674. 6'19 2tpd 6/26 1 BR UNFURNISHED HOME in country. : ( to tlit'it' stud fin : LawteyBLUEBERRIES | SIBS & Up 399-5685

1981 COUGAR XR7 loaded, days Large yard, outbuilding, window air, : II\\1..1111: ( ari'usl'rt)111 8/12 4tpd 7/3
1.7 miles out of town Adults only. $190 ; :
964 8485 after 6 p m. 9644181. 6/26 .. .. I*!:
-- ---- 468 971u.r SPAS
2tchg per mo. 9648602. Iligll st'lwul) ,'
CAN YOU BUY JEEPS Cars-4x4 seizedin FINE ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE HOMES. O\I.Y) ; ; '1'11'0IE'I'AII : _" aunt MOUSINCf:1 Portable & Ing round
drug raids for under $100? Call for Basketball, playground, private laun \:' ; :: :
facts today'' ((615)) 3833338 Ext. 815. dry and road. Near prisons PINES : on OFFI'E : U-Pick or We Pick on order

fcan 81>-190 SR121 south of SRIOO Lake Butler Call : SI'r1'LS .If .. I IL'it !
8.6 Mon-Sat '
1978 T-BIRD loaded $1400. Phone 496.2366, 6 12 tfnCOMMERCIAL Open
964.8503, 6/26 2-chg 7/3 : AvaiiahiI'i I 1 I fur (IC'tllanr' 2:30.6:30 Sunday SAVE $ $ With

1978 LINCOLN VERSAILLE, classic 1982 *
PROPERTY ( It} :\litl-.Jullt') : .
Grand Prix. both good condition., of ee. Fib
4 West
9645874. 6 26 tpd RENT/LEASE : ) )uuOt lui:, uut tin this : Longneckers '"' ( Homes Beautiful
Melrose or 2 miles East s. otes Ol1cil1
'iit t i41tilt1(11) .
Orange Heights 1.7 miles North

NORTHWEST CORNER OF Call S Thompson CAliiioi-j8i-ooj) ; ()(; :: (Co. Road 1469)) s'iWINDOWS 9
Shop & Compare 11 I Streets: 2 story masonry building.
Clyde W. Simpson 3566849. 4/10TF For I Fill'thor S Signs
Special Insurance for 3 RETAIL STORES for least, Highway 301 Day Hours 468-2483 Tilt
Mobile, Home Parks South 473.3627 or 964.8848. 5/8TF Inloi/ niation 1 j Afternoons 475-1 151 or 473-2702 ) In Also

All/ types of homeowners 20 ACRES zoned for MH Park, city limits, ****************.*. "od 7 J .Siding Soffit & Fascia
policies for Starke $97,500 3054578265. 6/19 ,
mobile homes, 4tpd 7 10 For Awning Screen Rooms

Call for Quote Carport e Brick or Stone

Olin's Mobile Hand aitred astadSigns; and ,fx.cSandi Plumbing Supplic s From "J'?

TruekBea1. 5lgrss 829.0070 IHI Durrance Pump & Supply: Cleaning Call

Home Sales Window Littering \

b Billboards Magnetic Sigm-Wood warn, e We Drill 2" to 6" Wells. Si tate Licensed t- HOMES BEAUTIFUL OF N. FLA.
Elaine M. Olin Plastic teller Slgnage System for i ,
Agent Businesses, Communities, Condos A S. US 301 North 864 N. Temple' Ave. SIc Irk. 9647061.TF J
964-5606 Sub.Divisions 829-0070 Starke Fla. 964-6766
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Office Space For Rent Carpet (Any Scolchgard

Room $1495 ''S 301 South Rand-Houses
.One-Room Offices with Common Entrance CI ) Available Hwy omrvRrlamau

Share Utility Bill with Other Tennants Carpet Cleaning
Florida & Dye Co. No Down Payment
.Air Condition, New Carpet, Convenient Location PnM

Rent from $100 Per Monthor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED / Many Sizes and Styles

We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean-

Rent A Suite Of Offices With 4 Separate Offices ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality 964-8848 1 "

Connected by Hallvxay work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment. i ,

Sellior Cil ill'lI lis c'li.iruc. I' 1'1"b.<| '"-
Must See To Appreciate $399 Per Month

For Information Cc.ll Rooms vlI Call 9644997 Call Meiniivrof< 964-4073 473.3627
250 sq. ft' Slarke Brddiwd!
964.6305askI f John Check Yellow Pages in local phone book
.f extra charge All Work Guaranteed Clumber of Commerce



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YARD SALE Frl. & Sot. 9..11 FOR SALE DRYWALL ..oWilltfjiJrREALTY
Westmorelond LINK FENCEi Installed Free Residential commercial
TR Park lot 22. Cloth.,
(iewelry. .,C. !Inside If rain. / Itpd. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. hanging metal framing, texture
CH/A acoustic
ceiling. 1 289.7761 10
YARD SALE Sat. Owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559. tfn years
830.: 3 familial,
both LR/DR breakfastroom
fireplace, Free
exp estimates 1
household Items, childr.n. clothes, TV, GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows,
560 Glendale St. I WOULD LIKE
game room. to babysit home -
fan, etc. 964 N. T.mpl. Av.., Next to 964.5468.3/13 TF etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, days, 964.7321. 6/26 in my ....
H&R Block 6/26 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake 2tchg / 3
MOVING SALE Itpd UP TO 1100 SQ. FT. Modular ham, on Butler. 496.3079 and Keystone Heights WILL BABYSIT In my home $7.50 per day. PHONE 964.7776
Super-A Farmall tractor your lot for as little as $28 per sq. ft. 4734973. 2/26 tfnWANT off US 16 & 57th AVe, (Crawford Rd.)
w/equlp, II HP lawnmower 964.8124, ask for Fred. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 964 8333. 6/26 I lpld_ 205 N. Temple, Starke
dinette, furniture, cloth. TO DRINK'THAT'S
baby bed
LAKE HOUSE on one of the best lake. In
.tc. 16 to Prison, I.ft on 225 (Boy!... Keystone. Dock, nearly 2 acres, large YOUR BUSINESS CELIA TERWILLEGAR
Hwy.) 1st house on right. Fri. ft Sat. oak, clear lake call 9047253047. 6/12 WANT TO STOP BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
9-5 9644787. 6/26ltpd 4tchg 7/3 THAT'S OURS SPECIAL

SEVERAL FAMILIES Sot. June 28, 8am EASY TO BUYI I Remodeled 2 br. 1 ba Alcoholics Anonymous BARGAIN OF THE YEAR-BROOKER-Extra nice home with convenient -
until ??
Hou..hold It.m., childr.n.cloth. .
.. with storage area. Approx 1,000 sq. thru 8/15 location-one block from school-1500 ft. of excellent
etc. 401 S. Epperson St., off ft. on 2.5 acre.. Owner flnan. 34000. pd OWN YOUR OWN Jean. sq.
HWY 100. 6/26ltpd SEWING MACHINE REPAIR: All makes Sportswearlades 8 $43,000 with
living old-CHSA-selling price
Call 473.3067 6/19 2tpd 6/26 childrenj space-only years
ESTATE cleaned, oiled and adjusted, $15. Used apparel motenily'arg'
443 W.GARAGE Call St. Closing SALE. Thur.lov.ly. old& Fri ham 9-5 3 BR, 1 BA HOME with central heat S air sewing machines for sale. James siz.s. petite dancewear or ac VA ossummable mortgae of $35,000 at 9'/ % Interest-Mo pay-

In the heart of Stark. Selling and garage. Appraised at $36,000 will Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy cessones store. Jordache Chic Lee ment of $339. Includes P&I, insurance & taxes. Also 14'x24'
sell for 29500.:: 964.4082 or 964-8447.: L.vl.! 'liod
Gitano' Guess Calvin Klein
vrythlng.. 22 cu. ft. .id.-bysld. 6/26 Itpd 16. Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF Sergio Valente work shop-56'x12' patio-large oak trees-garbage disposal-five
Evan Picone LIZ
r.frlg.. almost new. Washr dry.r, TWO BEDROOM furnished house on corner HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, electrical Claiborne, Members Only Gasoline ceiling fans-will hold about $2,000 cash to mortgage second
daybreak, Fl*"ta, glass dl.h**, hun complete home repair.
lot 26000.
n.wly Healthtox.
dr.d. of book, bed., chair., vanity 8oth.r Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. Cherokee, over 1000 mortgage-So, you can get Into this home for opprox. $6,0001!
small down payment and owner will others $14.300 to $25,900 inventory
Call Mitch, 4733940. 1/9TF
work yard thing., dozen of finance Ph. 9645970. 6/26 TFNchg PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING all training fixtures' grand opening eK NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOME
glov. etc. No check. 6/26
3 BR 1 1/2 BA, house and MH 2 acres. can IS
on open days Mr Loughlm ((612))
Itpd. phases obedience, personal protection HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT-Lovely brick, colonial;
On Morgan Rd., 964.4990.6/26 2tchg. 888 4228. Itpd 6/26
BEAUTIFUL LOG HOMES for any breeds., show 964-5732 ring. 9647100.Experienced 3/13 TF all THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS business opportunity home off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq
REAL ESTATE neighborhood lifestyle. FINANCINGand or of ft.-10.09
or TIRED OF PAINTING YOUR HOME Call the decade--Distnbuto Pay acres-many amenities.
OUT OF AREA CONSTRUCTION assistance. FREE 964-6766 Homes Beautiful of N. Fla. Telephones FCC ruling abolished Ma
standard blueprints with Planning Bell s pay phone monopoly $60.000 a COUNTRY LIVING. & Block 3 Br 1'Ba on Rd. 230E. Fireplace
We will tell how to avoid that job
Guide purchase. Call American Lincoln and Increase the value of home. year possible, with $2,000 Investment three ceiling fans, CH&A only eight years old 49000.
2t6o ACRE-DIXIE, COUNTY FLORIDA. ((800)) 334.5166 or ((919)) 9772545. fcan 5/ your Call Aaron Communications

Private access rood. Hardwood and 86.182 LAWN ITF SERVICE reasonable rates Most 405 360.4062 6/5 4tchg 6 26 THE GREAT GET-A-WAY: We are proud to offer a handsome
Pine. Some low area. DEER HUNTING) LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic model to : INTERNATIONAL metal
buildingmanufacturer brick & cedar home
lawn $15. Phone 964.4238.5/8 TF on 37'acres, 4 BR 2'/ bath, plus a nice
ANXIOUS! Asking 979000. choose from. Send for FREE selecting budder dealerin
ROOF COATING) Summer ..p.clal.Ingl.wld. barn, efficient
Below energy $133,000.
oppriaied value. UnitedFarm
BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES, some open areas High' potential
Agency. Barron Strother Broker Rout. One, Box 84CF Mall Ten from $135. leaks. profit growth industry ((303)) 759.3200 .SUPERBLY DESIGNED & CONSTRUCTED RESIDENCE: Finest
P.O. Box 755 Troy, Ala., 36081. ((205)) n...... 38575. ((800)) 2313695. icon Relevellng$160. home year against$50 plus Ext 2403 fcan 86.185 materials & craftsmanship. Distinctive 2 story cedar at the
566.1870 or ((205)) 735.2442 86.187 your any DEALERS
fcon 86.179WESTERN materials. Call now and save. 964.4680 day selling WANTED: make $200 $300 and per country club with approx. 3120 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2'bath, lot

N.C.. NO. GEORGIA LOSTFOUNDLOST anytime. 6/5 4tchg 6/26 other accessories flashing Part arrow'time signs or full 125'x 180'. Pella windows, 30x22 garage, 7 yrs. old, beautifully
BAKER LP GAS, we have a summer time
MOUNTAINS- moll wooded tract of time Excellent Income for mole or insulated, fireplace.

5.11 acre. G.ntl..lp., good access, Plus special a special and senior for farms citizens and discount.commer female 'in any age group Buy factory OH TO BE IN FLORIDA IN THE COUNTRY I Twelve acres with
mall .tream.. 5 ml. from Murphy, NC. Block w/tan Dachshund. GeigerRoad direct from the largest manufacturer in
$1650 ocr. Varl.ty of listings reward. 964.5876.6/19ltpd cial accounts. We don't charge any the U S. Many different, items to sell home approx. 2900 sq. ft. ,.. 4 BR, 2 ba, barn, workshop, pole

available, homes, farm.; lake front, LOSTRward for lost black 8 white lab deposits 1-800-635-2371 :2596810.: Guaranteed sale or your money back barn ((31x42)), fenced and cross-fenced, variety of fruit trees
river front. Small and large acreage. puppy. 3 1/2 mos. old. weighs about 6/12 31pd 6/26 Call today ((205)) 755.2365 or wale | 85000.
Call TOLL FREE for FREE 33lbs. answers to the TREE REMOVAL, large & small jobs,
listings. 1 ((800)) name "Snoopy" WAYNE INDUSTRIES. INC PO Box
reasonable rates Firewood. 473.4512 NOT TOO BIG-NOT TOO SMALL! 319 N. St. Clair
St. $36,000
4388159. RAPER REALTY, INC.. P.O. Disappeared between 630.700 a.m. 2100 Canton. AL 35045 fcon 86.192
Box 619, Hwy. 64W, Murphy, NC. Monday morning 6/16 from Silver Lake 6/19 2tchg 6/26 1000 SUN BEDS. Wolff Systems Sunal -THE PERFECT SECOND HOME: Hall Lake with 2 BR guest house,
28906. Icon 86.199 Area. Contact R. Spitie at 473.4997 WHY BE LONELY? Companions, friends, CLEARANCE SALE. ManufacturerDirec dock and covered dock patio, clear water for swimming and
dates all available. All For anfor
WESTERN after 6 6/19 races :
MOUN p.m. Itpd
I 800 8353826. Icon 86.194
TAINS. FREE r.al.tot. catalog of over LOST Tan bobtail female pup in vicinityof motion and application write MAKE UP TO $20 HOUR.. work full-time fishing. Budget priced at $35,000. Owner financing.
150 properties. Contact: Realty World. Morgan Rd., East Call 9648820. "Southern Sing I..". Box 743FLG, or part-time sharpening sows and WALK TO EVERYTHING I 1032 E, Call St., 3 BR, 1'/2 bath, large

Carolina Mountain Realty, 51-F West. 6/19 Itchg Bonifay, FL 32425 fcan 86.178 tools We show you how Write Foley | lot, $45,000. You'll love to call this home.
Blvd., Burnsville. NC 27814. ((704)) LOST: Vicinity of SR 225-A and SR 225, LOSERS WANTED Lost 29 pounds, inches, Belsow Company, 20310 Field, Bldg.
6826166. feon 66200MISCELLANEOUS near Lawtey. 8 mo. old Brindle bulldog. cellulite this month. No diet or ...r- Kansas City MO 64111. fcon 86.180 ....AMONG OUR SUPERB OFFERINGS....

Bobbed toil. 4 white paws, white throat cise. Doctor recommended on televi LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION 165'on 301 by Econo
and chest; broken white streak down sion. Fas' results. Free shipping. Call MOBILE HOMES Lodge $120,000.INVESTORS .
head, red collar. Answer to "Gator". Nancy ((904)) 486-4257 fcan 86.191
Any Info, call Ray Norman, 964-7830 or FREE BIBLE COURSE-.send name, address. FOR SALE : 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially sub
FREE KITTENS to good home. 964.6721 and to Mail Box Club, P.O. Box
782.3131.6/19 2tpd 6/26 age : divided
anytime. 6/26 Itpd highway frontage, close to school, $1.000 per acre.
625 Loulsburg N.C. 27549 fcon 86.195
IS USED MOBILE HOMES Moke offer on Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I
NEED CASHI loan, credit cord"We ask one or all. Oltn s Mobile Home ales
LOSTFOUNDLOST no questions" Call ((213)) 453.1868, 24 904.964 5606 6/6 tfnchg PRIME COMMERCIAL U.S. 301 NORTH: Corner Washington,

hours; fcan 86.184 1984 DESTINY MH with fireplace 1 South of SR 16, 262.5'on Hwy. 301. 105'on Washington St.

: Vicinity of SR 225.A and SR 225, PARENTS NATIONAL LITTLE STAR IS Bedroom and more fake overpayments PRIME EXECUTIVE OFFICES ON US 301 near Edwards Rd. Seven

near Lawtey. mo old Brindle bulldog.Bobbed SEEKING GIRLS ((4-10)) FOR FLORIDA Call 782-3358 after 6 p.ln thousand four hundred forty six sq. ft. in Bldg. with 150'on Hwy
tail whit. whltelhroat'and
4 ,
chest; broken white paws streak down N. TIARA AND TROPHY. WINNER, ONE 1985 MH. 28 X 60 on two large lots in city 301 by 254' deep. Parking space for 30 cars.

head red collar. Answer to "Gator". BROADWAY & WALTERS' PARENT FLY FREE TO NATIONAL limits fenced back yard with large GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: 301 N. by Powell's Dairy

Any Info, call Ray Norman, 964.7830 or PAGEANT. DEADLINE APPROACHING. pool. $35.900. 964.7595. 6. 26 Itpd Freeze. 200 ft. on Hwy 301 approx. 1.61 acres, 125000.
7823131. 6/19 2tpd 6/26 CALL 1 ((800)) 532.ST AR. (lean 86.195 1973 AMERICAN MOBILE HOME, 2Br
TREE SERVICE Owner would consider
LOST-June 17, Siberian Husky, mole. LOSE WEIGHT/FEEL GREAT. I lost 65 IBa, central air unit $3,000. call financing.
Hampton Villa. area. Pleas call Removal pounds in 77 days Doctor recommended 782:3461 after! 5 p.m. 6/26 Iptd. FOR DEVELOPMENT: Ten plus acres from Starke Golf & Country .

468.2543.6/26 ltpd.trsrs .. as seen on NBC CBS, ABC. NO-QUALIFYING No down Owner Club to Flume Road. Hi and dry with pretty trees, 49000.
Satisfaction guaranteed. ((813))
s Trimming VISA/TELECHECK. fcan must sell 14'X 64' Homes of Merit 2 USE YOUR IMAGINATION: 20.16 acres, $50.000. owner
8731506. .
Stump Removal 86.181 BR, 2 Bath Lop siding, shingle roof finance, 3 wells 2 septic tanks, small barn tool shed, 2 temp.

The Singles Firewood NEED HELP WITH: home, elderly sick $195 fireplace month.dishwasher 473.3160, many 473 expos 45)2 ( poles property can be divided into 2 tracts, each with well &
ConnectionStop Free Estimate trips, shopping? Call 964 4780 after 5 2 tchg 6 19.26 septic tank, $27.000 each.
6/26 tpd
being lonely and blue 473.7097 473.7679 p.m [36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. Owner

will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.
by joining Lakeside Singles After 5 P.M. -0- =- {DAIRY QUEEN $89,900. 169' 301.
: Approx. on Hwy. Bldg. beingjold
Club Rt. 2 Box 530
Keystone Heights : "as is". approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. paved for
Fl. 32044.
Licensed & Insured marking.J .
o Roberts Real Estate

. J -2 LOTS W. Madison Owner Fin. $27,500.
}} ** ******************* I 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL {MIMOSA & BESSENT Three lots $6,900 each.

rnnn- VPR SS-MUr : 964-6262 [WINDING TREE LAKE Waterfront one acre 15000.

(OKLAWAHA RIVER three acres Hi & Dry 15000.

: and : {LAWTEY five acres $13,000.

i PINE BARK i COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 {FORTY ACRES $90,000 Rd. 230 East

50000. Call Today! !LAWTEY FRAME HOME 3 Br., TBa, two acres 33000.

t You pick-up or We Deliver : ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only 1 "POULTRY FARM for sale.

$75,000. Owner terms possible. ( GRAHAM Frame 2Br. IBa.,. $22,000.

i Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery we CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air. I'BROOKER. 1933 MH, CH&A, 100X200 lot, $20,000.

i: Lumber For i 38,000. -3 LOTS IN CITY-$4,500 each.

Cypress Landscaping e640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly [ LOT 4 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES, 7500.

964-6649 i growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 After Hours

ffn acre! !I. I Pauline Randolph 964-6323
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DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000. Randy Cory 475-2597

SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. Ann Terwilleqar Nelson 473-7541


George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker BULLDOZER WORK WANTED

964.6058 Evenings

Terry A. Gaines, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser Call ((904)) 964.5606

m I 964-5065 I 964-4181 Evenings

a Between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. / Jr"

((9!) iIIIIIP L ....... -
M},- n spacious 3 BR 2Vi bath 2
Br 2 Ba. .. home. Professionallandscaped
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM Will SERVE YOU I f 1 I lot NOW fireplaces, CH/A formal DR & f
LR, many amenities' I in this immaculate -
home with acreage.
Located 301 block South of S.R. 100 MOVE RIGHT IN-Close to
on Hwy. one
Full-Tim*Associate* Hampton Lake 3 Br., 2 Ba., LOOKING FOR LOTS OFl

964.-4522 DAVIDt>DODGEDMSADesignated1 CH&A. Plus a new 28'x40' CB SPACE: over 2500 ft. with :31 J JSTARKE.

RESIDENTIAL FL. and 10'x12' bedrooms, 3 baths and too many]
Appro!*** [KAY C VVATERle storage bldg.. a

*4 SR. 2 BA, frame horn on a nicely shaded acre lust| $31,000. South 301. Plaza. .19e4-5370 .1.; \ .-; greenhouse. On 1 acre. All features to describe on 3 3/4 !

*2 READY MADE BUSINESSES each with home. Including: 1 pullet farm, 1 "b?At DICKSON vl PATTY KAY ELDER for 60000. acres.
broiler farm. Ask Irene for more Information. Open Mo... thru Frl PRESTIGIOUS AREA Located]

*THOMAS ST. fix up home, 15000. 1:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. OWNER MOVING-Must sell.Sat.9om.to4p.m. in of other
*MUST SEll IMMEDIATELY 3 Br, 1 Ba, home on Church St. Call for details. A/R.KITE. SUZANNE.KITCHEN V beautiful 3 Br 2 Ba lovely homes
beautiful oak 3/4 in low 40'.. this 3 BR, 2 Ba is on a corner lot I
*4 SR. 2 BA nestled und.r on opprox. acre 944.730' home.Featuring Formal LR, DR,
*IMMACULATE 3 Br, 1 Ba frame, secluded. Call for details, 38000. with many amenities. Super
*LET US SHOW YOU this 4 Br, 2 Ba nearly new house, could use as 2 apt. Fam. rm. w/fireplace, large kit. nice.
Appraisals for Residence Farm Commercial Business In City $58,000.
e Your Full Service Real
Estate Office
AFFORDABLE 3 Br DIFFERENT: situated on 2 acres. )
; 1Ba.
th. city
oil buy
PURCHASE THIS well established company or just property
*CAN excellent location. CONVENIENCE STORE LOCATION HIGH POTENTIAL: 269 fenced cor. lot. $34,500. 1700 ft. featuring 3BR's, 2 Ba's
103 230 In
*PRICED* TO SELL. 7 unit rental units furnisheu, live In house and rent 6 unitsor : 1 Acre on corner of 16 VI, acres with possibilities LARGE HOME-ln city on ap den liv rm, kit din. rm, dbl insulated

rent all. Excellent financing unly $19,900.200' frontage on Hwy. 301 N. and Pleasant Grove Rd. galore. Over 1900 f.f. on SR prox. 9/10 acre. 4 Br, 2 Ba, windows, rng., refrg, [

SOUTH 301 PLAZA 7 unit ren 16, approx. 3900 ft. adjoining CHSA 1900 plus sq. ft. assum. DW CHSA. dble carport

LAND tal complex, full occupancy, firm Starke Golf and Country w/storage bldg. Sale priced at [
*27 ACRES, priced to sell at 23000. Club. Timber valued mtg.SO
down at $73,200. Add'i
*22 BEAUTIFUL ACRES with over 500' on pav.d road, pecan and oak trees par. cash payment required. over .THING UNUsuAL-On; 2 acreaqe avail.
CORNER SR 18 & 3011 14.87 _$131,000. WATERFRONT: sand bottom
dally In pasture, fenced. Not much available like this. acres, all cypress 3 br, 2 ba
acres with 940'ff on 301. Only 19 wiser r financing- home on man made lake. lake w/nice mobile home

'mi. to Gville. 49 Acres with well, Highway frontage Ready to move Into. $25,500.

William Susan Faulkner D.Tiffin Realtor Realtor, VM-404B President 2 ACRES on S. 301 with 200 ff. Septic tank, Hwy. Frontage J and close to town.pecan Interior trees not, HANDY MAN SPECIAL. 3 Brwith .

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EDWARDS RD. Adjoining completed HAVE IT YOUR WAY lots of room Close to town.

Irene I. Faulkner 9M-5142 Douglas 1 Conner '*4.M20 Bradford Sq., 64x150 with LOOKING FOR "COUNIKY"? __ 17600.

Louis Young '64.7525 Marty Russell 473-7694 building. COMFORT? NATURE? Then see A SOLID INVESTMENT: a LAKEWOOD AREA Executive!

Lucille Spry ''''.'420 Karen Adams 64-4002 ZONED COMMERCIAL-In city this brick. 3 br, 2 ba, CH&A world of enjoyment in this 4 BR, home in exclusive area, Crosby f

Debbie Toole 'U.6913 BobbyBlggs' 64.7:131: 144'x52' w22'x46' bldg., Ideai home on approx. 5 acres. Includes 2 Ba, Fm Rm, Llv. rm., Din. Rm., Lake access. Quality construe.

COMMERCIAL* *. RESIDENTIAL* f for I laundromat 2 riding mowers 1 push sewing rm. and more within tion. 4 BR. 2 Ba, many

Rentals Available mower all lawn furniture, 1 2400 sq. ft. Priced at 73000. amenities.
NEXT TONorth Fl. Chrysler
Carol Warner- REALTOR AnO:. HORSe: Owner is serious about We Invite Inquiries' On Our Other Properties
Dealership 2.6 acres
Property Mane9.m.ntDivislnn Plymouth selling. Thinking of Buying or Selling? Call uslI !

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MINE/TRAVEL SCHOOl Lake Butler Artist Set To Perform: : At Foster Center I

Marshall Dukes of Lake Butler is thday of Stephen C. Foster, composer foods that will be offered to the Mistress of ceremonies and Quartet.The .
scheduled to be perform at the of Florida's state song, hungry crowd at lunch are barbecueribs storyteller Thelma Boltin of
Stephen Foster State Folk Culture Suwannee River." and chicken dinners, fried Gainesville will introduce the musicians -
i Center in White Springs for a big 4th chicken collard greens and cornbread dancers and singers scheduled -
old-fashioned 4th of
of July Celebration At 10 a.m. family games and contests hamburgers, hot dogs, sweet to perform at the amphitheater. July
Celebration is the
include full will take place. There will be potato pie snow cones, cotton candy Included in the lineup will be the sponsored by
Festivities will a of
of Bureau
program watermelon eating and seed spitting popcorn, lemonade and cold Suwannee River Cloggers of White Department State's
TRAVEL AGENT of dancing acapella sing- Florida assisted the
clog Folklife by
and Springs the Suwannee River
contests cross cut sawing contest, a drinks more. A second carillon Boys
TOUR GUIDE ing, old-time fiddling storytelling, greased pole climb 3-legged and concert of Foster and patriotic Stringband from Live Oak the USA Department of Natural Resources'Florida
AIRLINE RESERVATICmTSrur patriotic, bluegrass, Foster and sack races, egg relays, a water music will be presented at 12:30: p.m. doggers of Lake City. Burr Oak Park Service. Admission Is
gospel music as well as games and $2 for adults and$1 for children ages
balloon during the break.
toss and bucket mid-day
IIUUT rat TMCMITTWTUMMimUUMCMrfTtn contests for children of all ages. a brigaderace. 615.
Other contests will include Continuous musical entertainmentwill Ensemble from Gainesville award
mw mar i team TUMIrMMCUl The one-day event planned for horseshoe pitching, apple bobbing, appear on the outdoor stage winning fiddler Willie Jones, Frank
U vANE Friday, July 4, will begin at 9:30: bubble gum blowing, Softball throwing from 2 to 8 p.m. Seating for the audience and Ann Thomas from Lake Wales The 250-acre Stephen foster State
IMPUHMfllTAnSTMttKAT'l. a.m. with a carillon concert of a clothesline quilt show with rib- is provided on the grassy the Adams Family Stringband andAnne Folk Culture Center is located on the
.HMRTEIS:lIBHTHOUSt M,ft popular American and Stephen bons awarded to the top winners, hillside facing the stage, where plenty Cameron of Palatka, Marshall famous Suwannee River in White
Foster selections to. mark the and an old-fashioned cake walk. of room is available for lawn Dukes of Lake Butler and the White Springs on US-41 just three miles of
A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL Among the popular American chairs and blankets. Springs Community Male Gospel 1-73, via State..Road 136.

Mfmtff KHSC

I I 1 I Singer Tom T. Hall To Play July 5 in Macclenny I

398 21 ac .4 BR 2 ba stucco home,
barn mobile hookup 65000. Popular country recording artist at 6 p.m. with a solo musical performance Macclenny businesses.Tom Dollars." ed to Nashville. Today he lives near
Financed" I and musical storyteller Tom T. Hall by Macclenny's Tim Briggs T. Hall is a prolific song A native of Kentucky, Hall began there, and engages in a number of
432 Lake Butler. 2 BR, 2 Ba mobile, will appear in a benefit concertI an excellent vocalist with a bland of writer as well as a performer, and playing the quitar at age four and activities including fund raising for
2 stocked ponds creek 7 oc., great I Saturday night July 5, at Memorial country and pop songs. Hall is his work has been recorded by some wrote his first song at nine. He com- varied charities. His hobbies range
view $63.00042I Stadium in Macclenny. scheduled to perform at 7:30: p.m. of the biggest names in music. Hall pleted his high school education from hunting and fishing to literary
4 BR, 2 Ba block home with Proceeds will benefit the Friendsof The show will be followed by a has over 30 albums in circulationand after joining the Army and first criticism and orinthology.
Santa Fe access. Old oaks shade lot the Tabler Library Inc., a booster fireworks display.The performs his own hits line "Old began entertaining troops while stationed
deck view1430..START group fo the local Macclenny evening's entertainment is cosponsored Dogs, Children and Watermelon in Germany. After he was Ticket prices at the gate at the
HERE I Mobile w/addi library. by the Baker County Wine" "Country Is," "Sneaky discharged Hall wrote extensivelyfor football field in Macclenny are $10
lion' pole barn landscaped acre, 2 Ts." n..n..'"... I. er.111'0 to !begin Phnmhpr nf rVwnmero''* and several, Snake," and "The Ballad of Forty radio and in January, 1964, mov- for adults, $8 for children under 12.

septic. Lake Crosby access. Make
offer Owner anxious. '
429 REDUCED'' 6 ac.. 4 BR, 2 ba. 2'
Florida QuiltersAsked to Join In State Historical I
mobile hookups, great location, PEACEFUL PINES KENNEL Project. s

N433 S35 000--BAR & LOUNGE: package storew 340 SW 21 A Road Archer FL 32618 With the support\ of the State museum and traveling exhibits and throughout Florida.All .
canopy. great business opportunity "A Home Away From Home For Your Pet" Museum of Florida History, Quilters also a book documenting the information pertinent information and

2 BR home for owner, 4 acres 1. Under new ownership; we appreciate the opportunity to be of Unlimited of Tallahassee has collected. sample forms for participation may
fronts US 301. welcome. organized Florida Quilt Heritage in All persons in Florida who are interested be obtained by writing Florida Quilt
#422.7 acres 3 BR 2'/> bath, brick service to you. Inquiries an effort to discover, document and in quilts (or Florida history Heritage, Box 4324, Tallahassee,
home has everything the 2. We specialize in OBEDIENCE TRAINING In addition to services preserve the history of Florida as and family histories) are asked to Florida, 32315, or by telephoning

homeowner dreams of, more acres previously offered expressed through quilts and the life help with this project. The first ((904) 3842293.
available 3. WELCOME TO ALL THE PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS. AND WE and times of the quitters. round of research is planned to extend Florida Quilt Heritage feels that
through the end of 1987 and will this effort can make a priceless con-
nom"meraal Properties, farms and grow out of quilt discovery and tribution to Florida history and
n "passes are here for your Invest- 4. Your pet's well being and quality care Is our purpose. It is hoped that this statewide project documentation days to be held folklore.

i=,it of the future. Invest now! 5. Hours: Mon Fri. 8-6, Sat 8-3. No Sun. or Holidays. will eventually result inIB. .0#,.

1,Lloyd Nace Professional Trainer- ((904)) 495.5148- .

STROUT REALTYStOHPONATIO I :A "A multitude of small delights constitutes happiness.I J


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(CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES: Contemporary 393 N. Temple;;; Ave JANE S. USHER. -

Rock & Cedar 3 Br 2 Ba., Vernte P. Odom Broker-GRI Your Union County Realtor '- -
I CH A 3 car garage large lot. -
496-2126 or 496-2903 -b- ... :
CRYSTAL LAKE HIS: 4 Br. 2 Ba. BrickJp =;; .!
:WO W. Main St.,lake Butl.r
ear CH A Lge lot much more. SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR, 1 bath
: home, excellent condition. FORSAIEWORTHINGTON
k' Ba rented 4 Br. 1 Ba. & rented frame -181 ACRES: Unimproved land, good SPRINGS AREA
3 Br 1 Ba over $500 income per area. Country home with one or more acre
month Close to shopping. -S ACRES on St. Rd. 100 road fron-

1 IAWTEY AREA: Beautiful Br. 2 Ba.i tage. -3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, CB home, born pool, with 2 acres.6 acres-or 14 /AIlO1DAOOM
brick veneer rancher over 2,000 sq. -V, ACRE to 2 ACRE Lots, 2 area to acres. Also spring fed fish pond available. Extras include stone fireplace
I ft Lge chain link fenced yd., nicely choose from.476' CH/A, carpet dishwasher, stove, ref drapes. Owner offers some finance L/BH
landscaped with 9.74 acres Some on 301, good commercial site. ing. Ready for Immediate occupancy, ,. r .. .
I owner fin available -3 BEDROOM, I'/i BATH home and 1 acre In country setting with large oak UtUIIK I IClUCI
'WALDO: 15 acres close to Farmers trees and large barn. Present VA mortgage I i. assumable with proper I Deer
& Flea Market.HISTORICAL down payment. Available VA or Non VA applicant. u .
PROVIDENCE: 135 acre -3 BEDROOM, IV BATH home, CH/A, stove, ref, dishwasher, F-PI (buck
I form with coastal & Bahia grass Janet M.Starling. stove). carpet, home looks brand new. Also extra large work shop, that Is MALI
pas'uie has lovely brick home with enclosed and has approx. 1600 sq. ft., with sliding garage door. Ideal for InL
all ammenities., Ige pecan trees 2 boat, auto body work or possible cabinet shop or home business venture.
stocked fish, ponds near 1.75 A 441. for Immediate
lie. Real Estate Broker Ready occupancy. IIYINE
stables' expand business, an 18 Large corner lot 2 bldgs. currently ANTIQUE LOVERS DELIGHT One of a kind 2 story home, built approx. IIOAOOM
acres owner anxious to sell. rented. $50.000. 1896. Has 1 acre and lots of trees and shrubs. Excellent location 2 blocks
oCR 225: 3 Br 1 Ba. CH & A. ceiling J -2 BR 2Ba COUNTRY home, $29,900. from Main Street. Owner will help in some financing.
fans 1 Ac with stables and barns. \ REDUCED TO $39,900: 1.8 ACRES ACREAGE
oCR 225: 2 Br. 1 Ba. CH 8 A, newly '1 with older home beautiful pecan -3 ACRES-paved rood, pine trees several large oaks and old tobacco barn.
remodeled $28.500 1 trees. Owner moved out of area, has assumable mortgage.
301 N. 3 Br 2 Ba. Rancher CH/A -IS ACRES: Older home and DW -4 ACRES-wooded has septic, well and power pole. Ready for service. ERA Tiffin & Owens, Inc. offers Exclusive Homes
GRAHAM: 3 Br. 2 Ba. Rancher 4 I I2 mobile home $47,500. Owner transferred, financing available with assumable mortgage. by

acres 11.9 ACRES: 1 Well, 3 septic tanks -5 ACRES-fronts paved road and also graded road. Has small creek thru
REALTY I pond, pole barn $33,500 property woods and pasture. Assumable mortgage with proper down pay Tidewater Building & Land Co., Inc.
-5 ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES ment. 5 minutes from town.
Starke, FL 32091

lUallorssuc. 964-4469 P.O.((904))Drawer 782.3931 JANE S. USHER, Realtor $37,500

\ Harold Epps 1HU-G61B! 301 Lawtey Custom \
Designs Available
496-2126 or 496-2903 Eves.
Contact Susan M. Faulkner, CRI, CRB
"Your Union County REALTOR" 964-5065 Evof.:964-4048

Tim's Custom Cabinets .

New Construction Remodeling -=-

Cabinet *Tile! Ceilings

Call Free Tim Estimates Thompson 11 Union County Ads., I

964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves TF

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TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR Time Maintenance Man. Must have North Carolina Mountain.On. .
RENT Union CountyTimes, 150 trim, carpentry and some electrical ... .acre located In the mountains, good AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
Accelerated Realty Inc. Main Street, Lake Butler. Phone perlence. General maintenance from access, large trees covers this tract. Located In Union County Times
496-2261 for information tfn lawn work to painting. Apply In per- Owner needs to sell. $6500. Pay.$1,000 building. Call for Information,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE son, 8 A.M. to 7 P.M., Monday through down assume loan. 4962261. tin.
located in Union County Times Building Saturday Pines Mobile Home Park, Chalet three bedrooms, 2 baths 2
1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida at 150 West Main. Call 496.2261 for SRI21 Lake Butler References required levels, 1 mile from town, lovely setting WANTED
more information tfn hard workers only 6/5
Phone: 964-4544 large deck overlooking mountains -
Mobil. home three bedroom, 2 bath, on tfn/chg. excellent location. Built-in At Powell Mobile Home
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront private property. Call 4963024. Itfr. Warehouse work.r wanted. Shippingand cabinets, very private, all for $53,000. Babysitter Fork, Lot 23. Friday and Saturday

Farms CommercialNo 6/26 receiving experience required. Pay $5,000 down, assume loan. nights. 6 P.M. to 12:30: P.M. Call Caren
Heavy lifting Involved. Need good Two acres short distance from Murphy at 496.3618, evenings Itpd. 6/26
Charge to List Your Property for Sale PERSONAL SERVICES head for numbers. Apply In person to good garden spot, ready to build on. Clothing furniture, household and personal -
Call and discuss it with us. Lake Butler Apparl 650 S.E. 2nd Street, Owner said sell. $9800. Pay $1,800 Items. New Life Thrift Shop.
8 A.M. to 3 P.M. 6/12 2tchg. 6/19 down, assume loan. SR100. lake Butler. Call 496.1<<9 or
I LET'S GO TO THE COUNTRY-Brick home, 3BR 2BA, on 5 acres. w. specialise In roofing carpentry and Human Services Worker I and II This Is
These few of ever 2,000 listings.We 431-1041, after 6 P.M. 6/26
are a Itchg.
I NICE AND CLEAN--Mobil, Horn 14'x64', 2 BR, 2BA w/front porch, metal tool sh- painting. Call 4311445. 4/24 /tfn/chg. responsible shift work in the care and have all types of 'property from ._
led on 2 ;lots Breaker $25,000. rehabilitation of patients In a $700 and We have small INSURANCEMAINES
[DELUXE COUNTRY LIVING Brick, 5 BR, 2BA, lots of beauty and value, close to psychiatric hospital. Beginning salaryis tracts.per We acre also have up. several cabins,

I town $4.09 and $4.28/hour. Excellent houses, old farms, etc. Write or call to- INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E,
I NICE FAMILY HOME, good neighborhood. 3 BR, 2 BA, Crystal Lake Homesites. REAL ESTATE benefits. Prefer' high school graduate day for a free listing brochure. You can Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978.
Slake access if desired, some furniture, $35,000. OUT OF AREA Level requires one year of direct care call free by dialing 1(800)438-7421.( ) Complete Insurance Service. 2tfree
I] TWO GREAT BUILDING LOTS near Crystal Lake, buy one 01 both. experience. Apply at Northeast Florida Write or call today. 6/12 8tpd. 7/31 4/10. 17 then tfnLAND
I THIS ONE WON'T WAIT--On Kingsley Lake '50 ft. lake frontage, 800 ft. plus deep State Hospital Highway 121 South Cherokee land Co.
95000. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO Macclenny. Fl. 32063 EEOIAAEmploy.r N.C. 28906
\\1 cottages. dock nicely wooded Murphy, FOR SALE
I GOODBYE TO CITY CRAMPS-home and 5 acres, 23 miles from Cecil Field, great PERTY If I don't have It, I'll find it. Ju.task. Itchg. 6/19

j for family living, storage bldg.. fruit trees, stocked fishpond, $74,900. JANE 5. USHER. REALTOR. Ulnt Treatment and RehabilitationSpecialist BARGAINSBARGAINS
location $34,900. 496.2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR This Is responsible paraprofessional LOTS. All sites from 1/2 '
1251 FEET ON 301 with home well utility shed excellent shift work In acre to 9 1/2
I COMMERCIAL BUILDING approx 15,000 sq. ft. floor space Madison 8 Thompson UNION COUNTY REALTOR. tfn acres Half acre lots start at 3195.
rehabilitating patients In a psychiatric -BARGAINSMen's and ladles Easy owner financing, with 10 percent I
{Streets 74900. hospital. Requires 30 semester or 45 down located
FOR SALE jeans and pants-l children'sclothes.50 In Baker County
I FOR Club EstatesPRICED
LOT SALE-Country that Included
quarter hours of college to $1, Infant clothes-$.IS CR229. Convenient to 1.10. RURAL
1 RIGHT-Form for Sol. 131 Acres Health Care, Special
five courses to $1. Many other Itemshouseholdand REALTY. Call Jim Smith 0> 2593517.
-FREE NOTARY SERVICES- m Maytag wringer washer $100. 150 S.W. Ed., or Social, Behavioral, or personal available. Come see us at _6/26 41pd. 7/17

PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I Push 5th Ave.Garden Call Plow 4962725.with Itpd.attachments 6/26 necessary.Rehabilitative Beginning Science. No experience salary Is New Butler life Itchg.Thrift 6/26 Ship, SRI00, Lake NOTICE

EVENINGS: REALTOR' $35. Call 4962725. 1!tpd. 6/26 $4.70/hour. Excellent Benefits. Apply

I Wayne Douglas I .............................................,........964-6593 j On. long, square w.dding neckline dress,,with tiered matchingveil lace at Highway Northeast 121. Florida South, Macclenny.Stat. Hospital Fl. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -

1 Nevis Ward...........................................................964- Chapel train and skirt .1.. 12. On. pink 32063. EEO/AA Employer 619tchg.. HOMES to the Union County Times office -

..hn Greene................................................,.......533-2121 bridesmaid dress, ruffled to the waist unless In credit writing i is and paid In establishedwith advance

Bill Dodd..............................................................964-74081 and back, size 9. One long blue flower FOR SALE OR TRADE Government Homes from $1 (U repair). this office. already
dress with hoop and and
Irving Clark.........................................................964-7188 j shoes girl size. 5. 51.. 10 blue shoes gloves and hat Delinquent. Call I 18056876000.(tax) property.Ext.Repossessions. H-1136.- THE RESPONSIBLE TIMES STAFF FOR CANNOT MISTAKES BE HELD IN

to match dress. CB with mlc for sale bath home, with for list. 6/3 Stpd. 7/24
and AM/FM Panasonic Stereo with :2 car garage and pool. In Gainesville. Repossessed hornet from Cov't from THE TELEPHONE.
record player and cassette and 2 Many extras Want property In Starke, $1.00 plus repairs/taxes. Throughout Classified deadline ii TUESDAY,
Phone: 964-4544 speakers. A car stereo cassette player.May Lake Butler or Maeclenny area. Call Fl./Natlonwldel Also tax properties. NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
be seen at Lot 20. Powell's Mobile 371-1128. 6/12 4tpd. 7/3 2164533000.( ) Ext. H4122. Itpd. 6/26 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
I Home Village. Itchg. then 15 cents for each word th.reaft.r.g .
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! News BriefsWaldo -

! Man Injured temore was taken to Humana rested'June 19 for aggravated bat Hinds alledgedly slapped the motherof Three grams of marijuana was Bradford County
i Hospital in Orange Park with a fractured tery, according to Patrolman M. D. one of the children she had lockedin found on the front floor board of the
I In Sunday Accident right ankle, according to Spears. Bond was set at $2,500. her house and attempted to use a vehicle in two containers, said the Traffic CourtThe

I Robert J, Curley, 49, of Waldo was Paramedics Dan Cuddington and Woods remains In custody. rake on the officer. According to the report. Bond was set at$472.50, Naz following defendants appeared -
transported to Shands Hospital in Nelson Green.Whittemore. report she smelled of stale beer. worth wasl released on his own before Bradford County
cited with Donna Sue Stinchcomb,25,was arrested -
Gainesville Sunday evening after he was recognizance.Judy Judge George H. Pierce In Traffic
was thrown from his pickup. careless driving, no protective head June 19 on a Okaloosa chargeof Court June 17 and received the
Curley was taken by Rescue to gear and no tag, according to violation of probation, accordingto Traffic ArrestsThe Ann Bradley, 35, of Bradford following disposition.
Shands with a fracture of the lower Trooper Ethridge. Damage to the Investigator David Aderholt. following arrests were made County was arrested June 20 for
back, according to Paramedics Cliff vehicle was $45. Bond was set at $2,500, he was for traffic violations during the past DWI, according to Patrolman Ken- Charles W. Bilgman pled guilty
and released on his own recognizance. week. neth Hinds,Jr. Bradley was relelased -
Chapman Scott Taylor. His con- leaving the scene of an accident; ad-
dition was listed as stable. June 24 six miles south of Lake after a $362.50 cash bond was judication of guilt was withheld and
Curley, driving a Datsun pickup Butler Ronnie R. Bennett, 19, of Joseph David Luke, 24 irom was arrested Randy Allen Chesser,27, of Starkewas posted. Bilgman was ordered to pay$40,50 in
south of Worthington Springs was north- June 18 on a capias Clay in
Hampton westbound on arrested June 21 on SR-100 a costs.
CR-325 drove left of the center,saw a bound on Little Springs Rd. when his County charging obtaining property 1969 Chevrolet for driving while in- Olin Stanford Waldron, 36, of Bilgman pled guilty no valid
second vehicle which was eastboundand vehicle hit sand causing the operatorto in return for worthless check, accor- toxicated (DWI or DUD, accordingto Hampton was arrested June 16 for driver license (NVDL); ordered to
overcompensated, travelled to lose control. The three-wheeler ding to Investigator David Aderholt. Trooper Dean Pescia. Chesserwas DUI,DWLS and no tag,according to pay $100,75 fine.
struck a culvert, according to Bond was set at $502, Luke was Marshall Simmons. Bond was set at
the north shoulder and lost control. released after a $362.50 cash Bilgman pled guilty improper
The pickup travelled to the south Trooper C. A. Pace. authorities.transferred by Clay County bond was posted. $2,500 total, Waldron remains in the change of lane; ordered to pay$49.50
shoulder and overturned, ejecting Bennett was cited for careless county jail.Michael costs.
the driver, according to Trooper driving, no protective head gear, no George L. Davis,Jr. of Starke was Mark Steven Faulkner, 20, of Rodney L. Brantley
Dean Pescia. tag and driving while license arrested June 25 for disorderly In- Starke was arrested June 22 for Bernard Johnson, 21, of NVDL; produced valid license and
Curley was charged with careless suspended, according to Trooper toxication and improper exhibit of a DWI according to Trooper D. C. Duval County was arrested June 19 ordered to pay $10 costs.
driving, no valid driver's license,expired Pace. Damage to the 1986 Honda dangerous weapon, according to Roberts Faulkner's blood alcohol for DWLS, according to Patrolman John D. Turknett pled guilty driv-
tag and possession in the 6:15 was $800. Patrolman Kenneth Hinds,Jr.Davis content was ,19 percent. Bond was Hinds, Jr. Bond was set at $210, he ing while license suspendedDWLS
p.m. accident, according to Trooper was arrested at Sandra's Kitchen set at$362.50, he was released on his was released on his own ( ); produced valid license,
Pescia. Lawtey where he had been involved in a con- own recognizance. recognizance. ordered to pay $49.50 costs.
Wanted in LouisanaLandra frontation with a pellet gun.
Lake Butler Man Ricky Curtis Nazworth of Timothy Irvin Springer of Kevin H. Hutson pled guilty no
in AccidentA Yevette Thomas, 18, and Carolyn Hinds was arrested June Florahome was arrested June 21 for Jacksonville was arrested June 23 tag; produced valid tag, adjudication -
Charged her husband Jimmy Levarne 24 for disorderly conduct, battery driving while license suspended for DWLS, according to Patrolman withheld, ordered to pay $25
30-year-old Lake Butler man Thomas, 19,both of Lawtey were arrested false imprisonment of a child antiresisting (DWLS), according to Patrolman Marc Devereaux. Springer was costs.
was charged with driving under influence June 19 as fugitives from Investigator arrest without violence, according John Hodges. Nazworth was stopped released after a $210 cash bond was Hutson pled guilty NVDL; produced ,
June 21 when his vehicle collided another state David according Aderholt. ." T>-''rolmnn Kathy Best. after he failed to use a turn signal.:.. posted. valid license, pay $10 costs.
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I'agcI'2: I SECTION June26,1986Obituaries


Roy B. EllisMr. Mezei, both of Hungary; five grand- Ivalene E. Chitty, Melrose; one Willie Mae Rigby FosterMrs. Rigby, Charleston,$.C; five sisters, Miami died Wednesday, June 18 in
children. brother, Leon C. Deese, Willie Mae Rigby Foster, 69, Geneva Rigby, Eastman Ga., Doctor's Hospital in Miami. 1))
Roy B. Ellis, 66, of Keystone Graveside services were held Tallahassee; one sister, Erma of Starke died Friday, June 20 in Jeanette Aldridge, MiUegeville,Ga., Mr. Torreulla was born on March ,
Heights died Saturday, June 21 in June 24 at Santa Fe Cemetery with Williams, Spanish Fort, Ala; two Bradford Hospital following a long Hattie Evans, Eastman, Ga., Mollie 6, 1910 in Puerto Rico, Cuba and :
Alachua General Hospital in Father Findley conducting the ser grandsons, Michael Chitty, Starke, illness. Ferdon, Jacksonville and Barbara i.ioved to Miami 45 years ago from ;
Gainesville. following a lingering illness vices. and Joel, Wayne Chitty, Gainesville; Born "on May 29, 1917 in Dodge Clemons Fitzgerald, Ga.; three Starke. He was a retired paint and ,;.;.,
member of the
Mr. Ellis was born on December Archie Tanner Funeral Home was one great grandson, several nieces County, Georgia,Mrs. Foster movedto grandchildren,Kristie Dickins,Sara body Catholic mechanic faith.Survivors and a A.;.
26, 1919 in Gasaway, W. Va., and in charge of arrangements. and nephews.Mr. Starke in 1952 from Jacksonville.She Gunner and Aaron Gunner, Starke. r'
moved to Keystone in 1984 from & Mrs. Chitty would have was a homemaker and a Funeral services for Mrs. Foster include his wife,
Jacksonville. He was retired from Dorothy "Dottie" Roberts celebrated their 61st wedding an- member of the Bethel Baptist were held in Bethel Baptist Churchon Xiomara Nunez Torruella, four .
Mrs. Dorothy "Dottie" Roberts, in August. Church. Monday, June 23 with Rev. R.T. sisters ,'
the U.S. Navy after 20 years of service niversary daughters, three sons, four -
and retired from Civil Service 44, of Starke died Tuesday June 24 Funeral services were held in Survivors include one daughter, Williams conducting the services. and several grandchildren.
after 23 years. He was a member of at her home following a brief illness. Calvary Baptist Church on Tuesday Elaine Gunner, Starke; one son, Burial was in Keystone Heights
the Baptist Faith. Mrs. Roberts was born in Colum- June 24 with Or. Benny Beckum and Robert W. Foster, Starke; six Cemetery under the direction of Graveside services for Mr. ToreR
Survivors include his wife, Lucille bia, South Carolina and moved to Rev. Ray Williams conducting the brothers, J.T. Rigby, Eastman, Ga., Jones Funeral Home of Starke. ruella were held in Crosby Lake 1"
M.; two sons, Michael, Melrose, and Starke in 1973.She was of the Baptist services. Rayvan Rigby, Phoenix City, Ala., Cemetery on Friday, June 20, with .
Gary Lee, Gainesville four Taith. Burial was in Crosby Lake John Rigby, Warner Robbins, Ga., Rev. Ben Bryant conducting the ser ''.,
brothers, Clarence, Tacoma,;Wash., Survivors include her husband, Cemetery under the direction of Cliff Rigby, Columbus, Ga., James Charles II. TorruellaMr. vices.Jones Funeral Home of Starke .''
Carl, Eureka, Calif., Leon, Naples, Donald Roberts, Sr.; two daughters, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Rigby, Sumpter, S.C. and Jack Charles H. Torruella, 76, of was in charge of arrangements.
and Glenn, Romney, W. Va.; one Debbie Perry, Keystone Heights, R.
Darla Roberts, Biloxi, Miss. two
sister, Luella Grunner, San Diego, ;
Calif. sons, Donald Roberts, Jr., David
Roberts, both of Starke; two sisters,
Funeral Services were held Tues-
Mrs. Gloria Knox, Charlotte, N.C., ,
day, June 24 in DeWitt C. Jones
Mrs. Sudie Strauss, Jacksonville,
Chapel in Keystone Heights with

Rev.Keystone David United Landers Methodist, Pastor Church of Ala.Franklin; step-mother, Anniston,, Ala Mrs; one Frances grand- "THERE IS NO. COMPARISON FOR PRICE..QUM.ITY..SEHVICE!"

conducting the services. Burial was son.Funeral services will be held
in Jacksonville Memory Gardens Saturday morning, June 28, at 11:00 :
under the direction of Jones Funeral
a.m. in the chapel of Archie Tanner ffD
Home of Keystone Heights. Funeral Home. Burial will follow in

Esther Utt Crocker Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. I Jftt
Robert Gillis conducting the ser
Mrs. Esther Utt Crocker, 70, vices. Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof
Keystone Heights, died Friday,June Starke is in charge of arrangements
20 at home in Keystone Heights .
following a sudden illness.
Mrs. Crocker was born on October Ethel Cox TeagueMrs. QUmtn III11f1
13, 1915 in Pennsylvania and movedto Mstrn*
Keystone Heights in 1984 from Ethel Cox Teague, 84, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday, '
Jacksonville. She was a homemakerand MARKET
a member of the First Christian June 21 in Alachua General Hospitalin -
Church, Jacksonville, a Past Gainesville following a long il-
Matron, Order of The Eastern Star, lness. ACCEPT
Mrs. Teague was born in Bain-
Sotithside Chapter 28; Khem Temple .1
; Daughters of Nile No. 85; Orderof bridge, Ga., on November 22, 1901 FOOD
White Shrine of Jerusalem; and moved to Keystone Heights in "THE STORE THAT ELIMINATES SALE PRICESSTAMPS'
Member of The Camelia Court No. June, 1984 from West Palm Beach. GOOD THRU
40; Order of Amaranth. She was a retired nurse and worked & THE MIDDLEMAN" WED., JULY 2STARKE
Survivors include her husband, most of her life in Houston, Texas. .
Kenneth L. William R. She was a member of the Baptist
; Nephew (Across from Western Steer) :
I Faith.
Devereaux, Springfield, Va.; two
I brothers, Howard Utt, Springfield, Survivors include one daughter, u.s. 301 south Phone 964-6071
Va., William Utt, Manassa, Va.; two Juanita Teague, Keystone Heights;
sisters, Wilma Kadel, Ft. Lauder- three brothers, Eldridge Cox,
I dale, and Ruth Sterner, Falls Jacksonville, Elmo Cox and Ocie UPE. .F/tAL BUYS
Church, Va.; several nieces and Cox, Melrose; four sisters, Viola
I nephews. Rice, Melrose, Sue Brown, Keystone
I Funeral services for Mrs. Crockerwere Heights, Lilla Mae Batton, New
held in DeWitt C. Jones Chapelin Orleans, Cassie Miller, Jackson-
ville; several nieces and nephews.
Keystone Heights on Mondya
June 23, with Dr. John Hibbard con Graveside services for Mrs. 1TfTT ,\
ducting the services.. Burial was in Teague were held in Riverside
Keystone Heights Cemetery under Memorial Park, Jacksonville on
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Monday, June 23, with Rev. LeRoy
Olive conducting the services. Jones
Keystone Heights. ._ Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas I 15l=Ws L0OKI3 ==? i* I .
Darlene: Christopher in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Darlene M. Christopher, 58, I "'A"" .", q .'iM AS
died following Saturday a brief, June illness.21, at her home Angel Angel Gail Griffis Gail,9 Griffis,of Macclenny ,,'-' nUl .r....1. J or' ,i I LETTUCE E1

Mrs Christopher was born in died Wednesday at Fraser Memorial I-
Stark County, Illinois, and moved to Hospita. 4 !
Starke in 1969. She was a member of Angel Gail was born in Gainesvilleand ., ,,
"The Friends of Bradford County was a fourth-grade student at
:. Library" and a member of the Macclenny Elementary School. .. .:-
, Presbyterian faith. Survivors include her mother,Lin- I .
" Survivors include her husband, da G. Griffis, Macclenny, her father, r '
.: Thomas; two daughters, Darla Johnny Griffis, Starke; a sister, } I l
.' Christopher, Starke, Donna "Chris" Kimberly Lucille, Macclenny; her 'CALIFORNIA ONLY
Madly, Jacksonville; one sister, maternal grandmother, Lucille FR _
:, Shirley Emery Peterson, Hodges, her maternal grandfather, 9 LETTUCE
Prmceville 111 Neal Starling, Macclenny; her '
Funeral services for Mrs. maternal great-grandmothers, J' j I
Christopher were held June 24 in the Katie Hodges, Glen St. Mary, and : Witb$1S-X) $
chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Effie Harvey, Macclenny; her ? 9
Home with Rev. Jerry L. Patten con- paternal grandparents Earl and 1! 59'
ducting the services. Burial was in Grace Griffis, and paternal great- trt !?.r "I' lI. I D.y .
in Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie grandmother, Mandy Griffis, all of : : !
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was Starke.
'. in charge of arrangements. "; -

Rozalia Hollo Mary. Mary Palma Palma ChittyMrs. Chitty, 72, of ; ; ;

Mrs Rozalia Hollo, 92, of Recsk, Starke, died Saturday, June 21 in r I :" \. : .r' I- I"

Alachua Hungary General died Thursday Hospital, June followinga 19 at North Gainesville Florida following Regional a long Hospital illness.in ( TIF F t1U'S'D".ItI". .. :.M EA'T I'','.'f''":" I I iIl ( \

brief illness. Mrs. Hollo was on _
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vacation visiting her daughter, Mrs. Born on July 7, 1913 in Bonifay, ...ffit.Irti' 1 i ""u..D..A.'WEi RN cMOtq _
Elizabeth Boros of Starke. FL, Mrs. Chitty moved to Starke in
Mrs Hollo was born and raised in 1946 from Appalachicola. She was a
t dent Hungary there.and was a life-time resi- Calvary homemaker Baptist and Church.a member of the CHICKEN P'It! COW PIG Vi

Survivors include her daugher, 'I
1 Mrs Elizabeth Boros, Starke; one Survivors include her husband,
son Joseph Hollo, Recsk, Hungary; James Hubert, one son and
.r two sisters, Anna Mezei and Maria daughter-in-law, James L. and *< )
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