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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Outside. .. Inside... SINCE

Heavy storms and thunderstorms, dumping up to 7"of rainfall in SECTION Ai 10 .

Texas and Oklahoma this week will not reach Into northeastern Hard N.w.....Page.. .... .....1-J.IA "".,

Florida, the weathermen say. Editorial Pag........ .. ......4ATh '
The storm center is moving in a northeastern direction and will Social $e.n... .. ... .. .. 5-IA r 11/1' '.. .
be in the upper Mississippi and Ohio valleys Thursday evening and Public Notlcm.. .. .... .. 7-IA '(I II ,-1 r I"r r '//111/,/,,,' rapb
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Florida can expect a continuance of the seasonably warm and 1/1/l\1// I ( I
dry weather it has experienced this past week, with high SECTION Bi 14 Pdgm I. I I v 'II. I .
temperatures in the high 80's and lows in the mid to low 60's. No load ,..t..1 I f

rain is forecast for this weekend, but a local insolated thunder- Crime Report!. . . .4,4,12,1311 I I

shower is possible. Ar.a Deaths. . . . . SB I
The moon will be full Saturday, May 20 at : Sunrise was Karat Stud.ni.s jwberrles I This Side of Heaven
at 6:35, and the sun will set this evening at 8:17: Tae day is 13h 32m Clai.lfled. . . . . -1IB I.I_ }
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Worth Duval, Alachua .




Noting"Legacy HM Join To Battle


of Love"... ,4r
_
A gala screening of "Legacy of
Love will be shown Thursday, Haz. Waste SitingAction
May 25, at 8 p.m. at the Woman's
Club. The film was made in Starke .
recently to combat needless litter by Duval and Alachua hazardous waste facility. DER is
ing and was written by Lavon County Commissioners Tuesday added now seeking to by-pass the hearing.
Drivas and produced by Guy An strength to the newly organized Alachua County Commissionerstook
drews. Northeast Florida Alliance, in its similar steps at a Tuesday
fight to ban a hazardous waste site in meeting, joining the Northeast
UCI Flower Show... M a six-county district and maintain its Alliance and warning the state

The 28th annual UCI flower show right to an administrative hearingon Legislators "not to meddle" in pick
will be cancelled this the proposed Union County site. ing a site for the hazardous waste in-
year. Baker Bradford Union Duval and cinerator. Commissioner Penny
Originally scheduled for May 25, 26 ,
J "" Alachua Counties have already join- Wheat, who attended a UCAP
27, the show is taking a one .
year ,
ed meeting in Starke Monday night
rest in 1989. Education the Alliance. Clay County, now
Manager at UCI promises Program the show fighting its own battle to keep from said, "Hopefully, our legislators will
will be back in 1990, maintaining being chosen as a site, has not yet hear that we want to retain accountability
joined the group. through due process.
the high standards of shows. -
past
Duval County's support came in Alachua's position, similar to that
answer to an appearance of a of the four other counties in the
Swing and Sway... Bradford-Union delegation at the Alliance, will be presented to I

Dance to music from the 40's Jacksonville council meeting Tues- legislators Tuesday, May 30, when
through the 80's this Saturday day night. Headed by Union County citizens and county officials will con-
night, May 27, from 7:30 p.m. to 11 Commission Chairman Gerald Gnff verge on Tallahassee to lobby
p.m. at the Fellowship Hall of the is,the group was assured of Duval's against DER's effort to bypass the
First United Methodist Church in support in efforts to keep a hazar- administrative hearing on the Union
Starke. Admission $3 per person. dous waste site out of Northeast County site, through last minute

Although the dance is sponsored by Top Grade Earners at BITS for 5th Six-Weeks... Florida, and also endorsed the rightof "compromise" legislation. Cars will
Union/Bradford/Baker citizens leave from the Bradford County
the youth, all adults ages 18 to 80 a
are invited.. Josh Bula will be the The seven Bradford High straight-A students for the Kristen Pfennlger, Steven Thornton Julie Ferguson, to have an administrative courthouse at 7 a.m.,joining another
D.J. Special entertainment will be fifth six-weeks grading period clockwise from bottom and Tina Willlngham. hearing on the flawed siting process group leaving from Lake Butler and
presented by the United Methodist left, are: Danielle Smith, Scott Duncan Link Bishop br.which the Department of En others from Alachua County In front
Youth Fellowship. Regulation originally of the new capitol building in
picked Union County for Florida's Tallahassee.

Memorial Day Holiday... 7 Earn Straight A's at BHSSeven

In observance of
Memorial Day
Amendment
Monday, May 29, many local DER
businesses will be closed, including Bradford High students, or English IVT Analytic Geometry, Starke.Duncan is enrolled In Honors
banks. All city and federal offices 64 percent of the 1,089-member stu- Woodwind band IV, Physics I, English III, Analytic Geometry, I
will be closed. Stores scheduled to dent body, earned straight-A's for Economics, ;and Santa Fe Com Windwood Band III, Jazz Ensemblethe
open with special hours include fifth six weeks grading period munity College classes. I, Intermediate Weight Training Threatens HearingA
Wal-Mart Eckerds, Winn-Dixie and which ended April 20. Tina C. Wilhngham, daughter of Chemistry I, and Advanced WorlciAnother
Food Lion.M.morlal. 62 BUS students, or 5.7 Mrs. Mary Willmgham Brooker. History. ....I
percent of the student body earned Miss Willingham is enrolled in Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. last-minute effort to sabotagethe single hearing before the plant could
Services... all A's or B's for a place on the A-B Humanities II, Honors English IV, and Mrs.Donald Thornton of Starke. right of Union, Baker and Brad- be built.
honor roll. Analytic Geometry, Chorus IV Thornton is enrolled in Honors ford Counties to an administrative Sally Colts, chairman of UCAP,
Memorial Day ceremonies are The straight-A students are, by Oceanography, Physics I, and English III, Analytic Geometry, hearing in the siting of Florida's said, "From past experience we
scheduled for May 30 at the Brad- grade: American Government. Woodwind Band III, Anatomy & hazardous waste facility in Union know what that would meanpure
"
ford County Courthouse. Guest Physiology, Chemistry I, Advanced County was revealed Tuesday in window dressing. I
speaker will be Lt. Col. Kent Seniors: Juniors... World History and Student Leadership proposed "compromise" legislationthat This "compromise" proposal
Petelee Post Com- Frank DER could lead to an with I
lobbyist agreement
Department Walper, a
of Development.Mr.
Julie Anne Ferguson, daughter -R. Link Bishop, son of Mr. and withdraw the
to $6
mander for Camp Blanding. said would "streamline" the siting Kirkpatrick
and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Harold III of
Mrs. A.
be Bishop million item to land to
Ceremonies will preceded by buy adjacent
9.30 Starke. Miss Ferguson is enrolled in Kingsley Lake Bishop is enrolled in Sophomores... .__ procedure.The (
for waste
coffee and doughnuts from 8 to : : Camp Blanding a
Humanities II, Honors English IV, Honors English 111,1 kAnalytic Danielle T. Smith, daughter of "compromise" would be In facility," agreed Wade Hopping,
a.m. Guitar I, Research I, Physics I, Advanced Geometry, Softball, Chemistry I, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. the form of an amendment to Tallahassee attorney retained by
Economics, and Student Advanced World History, FunMiss Smith is enrolled in Spanish II, remove a $6 million budget item, Clay County Commissioners to lobby
FAD Meeting... Leadership Development. damentals of Typing I, and Food & Honors English II, Geometry Woodwind proposed by Sen. George against a site in Clay County.
Families Against Drugs (FAD) Kristin L. Pfenniger, daughter of Nutrition. Band II. Research- I, Honors Kirkpatrick designating a Clay "He (Kirkpatrick) has told us he
will meet for a covered dish dinnerat Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Wilson of Starke. -Scott Duncan, son of Supt. of County site for such a facility, would assent to removal of this ap-
the John Mitchell home in Green Miss Pfenniger is enrolled in Honors Schools and Mrs. Jim Duncan of (See BITS A'S..P.3A) legislative lobbyists told Florida propriation in Clay County if there

Acres Tuesday May 30, at 6 p.m. Times Union reporters Tuesday.If was an expedited siting procedure,"
The group will be evaluating the Hopping said. He added that the administrative
past year. Call Judy Becker, Fantasy Comes True for 3 Area Men approved shut off, the the "compromise"would administrative hearing to oppose the
782-3502, for further information. Union County site would'essentially
hearing that UCAP (United Citizens
end" if the proposed "compromise" -
Against Pollution) has already spent
bill is "DER
Senior Banquet... by Sue Ellen Smith large sums of money preparing for, could then request approved.proposals for
has been stalled for
and which mon
The 1989 Senior Banquet will be BCT Staff WriterThree companies to design, build, and
ths DER's tactics. Instead
Thursday, June 1, at 6:30: p.m. at workers at the by concerned delaying citizens in the site operate the plant" Hopping told T-U
,
the Bradford County Fair Grounds Highland plant near Lawtey reporters.
would have for
(Main Building). Seniors meals are fantasy come true last week area an opportunity a
free. Family and friends can purchase they correctly picked all
a ticket for $6 at Stumps numbers in last Friday night's
Department Store, Mitchell's Drug tasy 5 lottery game. DER Head Backs Down
Store, Bradford County School John P. Watkins, 45, of I
Board or Bradford High School. dleburg, Ben Padgett,33, of On Loss StatementDepartment
Tickets will be on sale until May 31 and Eugene "Ditch" Smith, Jr. Funding
or until they are sold out. Seniors of Starke traveled to
should notify Mrs. Ward at the high Monday to claim their of Regulation House Speaker Tom Gustafson last
school if they plan to attend. $1,023,509.12."I Secretary Dale Twatchmann pulledthe week when he said that Florida risks
went nuts," Watkins said rug from under Sen. George losing $20 million in cleanup funds.
Blood Pressure... asked how he reacted to Kirkpatrick's scare tactics Tuesday Now Twatchmann is quoted by Rit-
The men held one of two by admitting that he (Twatchmann) chie as saying, "I don't know exactly
There will be a FREE "Blood tickets in Friday night's game doesn't know exactly what the U.S. what EPA wants, but I'm going to go
Pressure Clinic" held in the lobbyat split 70 percent? of the Environmental Protection Agencywill as hard and as fast as I can and have
Bradford Hospital on June 6 million winnning pool with require in the way of hazardous the firmest answer possibleand
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For more information winning ticket holder from waste siting by midAugust.This that's what I'm doing."

call 9646000. The other 30 percent of the is in conflict with information Twatchmann has plugged for the
ticket Union County site all along,although
pool was split among obtained Times Union reporter
by
'55 Class Cruise... who had picked four out of Bruce Richie who quoted Robin admitting at one public hearing that
three out of five correct Woods Environmental Protec- the Weston, Inc., site selection process
The BHS Class of 1955 is planning Each of the Dupont an was "flawed", but "not fatally
tion -
Agency spokeswoman as
cruise from Port CanaveralIn say- flawed".
3-day
received checks for $272,935.79 ing that cutting funds to states wouldbe
1990 to celebrate its 35th He maintains that by designatingthe
Sept. their more than $1 million done only as a last resort. She
reunion. were split three ways and 20 said the agency would work closely site by legislative action, DER
Other graduating classes are in- was deducted for taxes. with states to avoid their losing could avoid a lengthy hearing pro-
vited to join the cruise. and Smith cess. UCAP leaders feel that DER is
Watkins, Padgett funds. Few if states, have their
For info, call Judy Casey Berard, said they plan to keep their jobs ; sites in position any at this time. afraid of losing if the matter is
473-2468, or Lake Region Travel, added their new-found wealth decided by administrative hearing.
4737234. make life a little easier. All As an excuse for his rush-up bill EPA officials told Ritchie that
said they plan to pay off some new'r for siting the facility in Clay Coaun- they have not yet written guidelinesthat
Learn to Read... Watkins, who has a wife, ty, Kirkpatrick has Insisted that will spell out just what is re-
and four children, said most In Florida will lose millions of Super- quired of Florida and other states by
If know and adult who wantsto
you would be his Fund clean-up monies unless a site October 17. They expressed a belief
learn to read, or if you want to winnings spent on is named by August 17. that few states will have such
help someone learn to read, contact ly.Padgett facilities built by the October
Charles Thomas at the Bradford- who also has Twatchmann's latest statement is "deadline".
Union Vo-Tech Center, phone children,said he and his wife, ) in conflict with one he made to

964-6150.


Upcoming... $731,000 of Epperson Street I

Public meetings scheduled in the
coming weeks are:
Starke Zoning Board will meetat A $731,000 cost estimate has widens to 160 feel at its widest point, and a realignment of the KOA access
7 P'.m.. Thursday, May 25, at the placed on extending Epperson over Alligator Creek, is proposed. roadway.A .
Sts in southwest Starke to make a : Engineer Ruckman explained his traffic signal Is not anticipated.The .
oBrdforCunty Zoning Board entrance to the Wal-Mart firm planned the road to be 150 feet state Department of Transpor-
will meet at 7 p.m.,Tuesday, May. center, called Deerfoot Village. above sea level, the 100-year flood tation will require sufficient amountof
30, at the Starke City Hall. City commissioners got plain level..The fill area to elevate traffic and won't allow a signal
Bradford County Commission estimate Tuesday night,May 23, the road above the flood plain spansa until that traffic count is reached,
will meet at 9:30 a m. June 5 at work session from engineers 1,500footlong area which will Ruckman explained to questions
the Bradford County&urthouse.Starke Ruckman and Gary Sneddon of create a dam across the Alligator from Commissioner Charles
City Council will meet at sent Hammock & Ruckman Creek flood plain. Schaefer. .
,,7 p.m. Tuesday: June 0, at the Jacksonille, the city's To alleviate the damming problem City commissioners have discussed
Starke City Hall.Bradford engineering firm. No decision : six 48-inch culverts, three on a back road to the shopping I
County School Board made on whether or not to build each side of the creek, are plannedin center for some time. Previous I
will meet at 7 p.m., June 7, in the i'I road. Finding the money is the addition to the creek flow. estimates used were less than half
School Administration Building step. Some relocation of electrical poles the current estimates. "
Brooker City Council will meet Clerk Nell Tucker told the and other miscellaneous structureswill The city owns some 400 acres of I
at 7:30 p.m., June 13 at the Brooker missioners he wants a be necessary, Ruckman said. *' property through which the roadway
City Hall. how to finance the project."I A new intersection at US-301, with would go.The flll would come off the
Hampton City Council will meetat can't answer that ) wider turning rsdi, will be requiredwith south end of that property,' down
7 p.m.,June 13, in the Hampton now," said Clerk Tucker when! I the high highway median cuts. next to the_old airport. I II

City Hall.ftaw __. '0 -. -
River Solid Waste Association -

Bradford. : 7 p.m.County Tuesday Courthouse., June 13, in I BHS KHHS, UCHS IHS Meet in Jamboree. pae8A I










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L I Buiet Overspent I



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leT Staff Writer
; TIi i Bradford Commissioners were $300,000 Etheridge says. "

told by County Clerk Ray Norman, "I think we ought to look at It,
Riddick
at a workshop called Tuesday night said Commissioner Joe ,
/i May 23, that spending Is way above "even If they only add$100,000" to our
budget this current year, in some revenues above their cost.
.. for five
__ departments, and new budget A new $60 000 item
4rw figures are coming in for next year operators for the 911 system is alsoin
showing hefty increases over last the sheriff's budget."I .
-.- 1\w\ year's budgeted amounts in some thought the 911 system wasn'tsupposed said
jr T departments.The to cost us anything,
w 4r. ;I4 Wilbur
General Fund has overspentits Commission Chairman
v- income over $350,000 to date this Waters, with agreement from com
: year, with about five months still togo. missioners Riddick and Maxie
t -: Receipts to date have been Carter, Jr. The 50 cents per month
4. 1,477,508 and spending has been surcharge on telephone bills cannotbe
::: ,. >";,' 1834320. used for salaries only for setting
,(':i:' ; The Fine and Forfeiture Fund has the system up, they said.
+ I ,..Hh I. a overspent receipts by almost The Tax collector's contained budget about last
$500,000. Receipts so far this year year, as approved
: amount to $286,828, and expen- $50,000 that was not included in the
ditures are $718,606.The Commission budget.
leaks In the courthouse
budgeted income from fines There are
The roof is 20
was $192,000, and only $80,000 has roof Norman said.
have to be
old and will
been collected, said Norman. years
j' .'. repaired or replaced soon. Also the

,... ." ,. ''' New Budget... air conditioner and old heating and systemis needs

., ..., w. .' t" Items to consider when preparinga maintenance.The 20 years. ,
... budget for 1989-90 include a new will be
requests
new budget
t ; r5 r w' J., health program, just mandated by complete with all departments in-
the for those under the
/ Legislature, cluded by the regular commission
IV poverty level. This program could June 5, said Clerk
Monday,
s meeting,
..1' ,, ..''. ,. t' : ..'j- cost up to$80,000 and if not fundedby Norman. In the afternoon session, it
; -- -, the Commission, it will be will be over in detail by the
gone
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withheld from funds from the state,
No Drought on Jefferson Street... Norman stated. commissioners.A special budget. workshop is be-

L.J. Construction Co., a subcontractor for AT&T, was putting a pipe to pipe and filled the hole, above, 9 feet deep 8 feet long, and 5 feet in about New trucks, graders, and a ing scheduled for Thursday, June 8,
contain phone line under l'S-301 at Jefferson Street last Thursday when 15 minutes. It was a good stream of water. bulldozer bought by the Road at 7:30: p.m., at the commission
the pipe hit a city water main that wasn't supposed to be 6'2 feet deep. It took city workers, who had to dig down Into the highway, several Department will on Installment meeting room In the courthouse, for
hours Into the night, to patch the break. Still remaining is replacing the payments, have to be included department heads to go over their
The city water main under VS-3011s 3': feet deep, but right where the dirt with concrete, as required by the state Department of Transportation. this year. They were not included in individual budget with the commis-
digging was going on the water main dips under a sewer pipe. The phone the current year's budget, and account sion.
company's pipe was driven squarely into the water main, which broke. At center above, Cecil Shell of L.J. Construction, from the Ocala- for some of the overspending.
Traffic had to be routed around the break because it was feared a heavy Belleview area, directs traffic. At left City Clerk Neil Tucker, Purchas- Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge is re-
truck might fall through 301 where the break was washing away the ing Director Jerry Wadsworth and Street Supervisor Ray Nettles look questing two additional deputies, to "It looks" like it is going to be a long
gravel under the paving. The water ran through the phone company's over the situation. be assigned to highway patrol. summer, said Commissioner Max-
These two will generate revenue of Jc.Carter.

New Vote Districts





STARKE I j OK'ed by City Bd;



0 t Goes to NAACP Atty.

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New Starke voting districts were federal district court, which ruled
okayed by city commissioners Tues- the city must go to singlemembervoting
Jj./ day night, May 23, as presented by districts and draw up a black
J City Attorney Terence Brown. majority district. Blacks compose
458 : The plan now will be sent to Attorney some 25 percent of city voters but a
HouseholdsN I David Lipman in Miami who black has never been elected to the
represents the Bradford Chapter of city commission.
the NAACP In the Starke voting Each council member Is in a
rights suit Brown said. If Lipman separate district, too, in the four
approves the plan it will then be districts he drew up with Weldon's
sent to Judge William Terrell assistance, Brown said. Dist. 2 is
r 'M4Pq Hodges of the United States District open because veteran Commissioner
Court of the Middle District of Charles Schaefer is retiring. .
Florida for his approval. Commissioner Vernon Silcox is in a:
ow[ oR : ; p4LL ": If Judge Hodges signs ore as quick- Dist'4, Commissioner Bobby Biggs .
I' I Jy as her dd im the court, mandated 'is tn'Dist.;f, Commissioner Ed Wall .
+ = -fo black- majority district 'in NE is' in Dist. 4, and Commissioner
ar Starke, the plan may be approved in Travis Woods is in Dist. 3.
x a few weeks, Attorney Brown told Weldon used the city utility meter
g the council. The commissionerswant books to locate households. It was
8 n ., nil the districts approved so they not necessary to make a house-by-
.r i77- can plan their campaigns, said Com house survey on foot he said.
Oat missioner Vernon Silcox. pointingout Dist. 2 in the Reno area In NE
'I V s qualifying for the o September: Starke is bounded by the SCL
04V/S 'MCC!RDSr COOPI" RD election is in July.If Railroad and SR-16.

.A''LANO' '? Sr y .p I MCCOLLUM a hearing is required by Judge Dist. 3 is large with much of it
01 Terrell, the time frame could be extended sparsely settled In the NW quadrant.Dist. .
MARY ST : E Brown said. 3 is bounded by the railroad,
t Aoett t M MICHI GAPS o.[ ST O .t !I "[TILL[ STtVt City Operations Manager Bill goes out SR-16 to CR-229 goes down
4vogtw gy Weldon came in for high praise from Orange Street to Pratt Street,

i; UTAHST aT viR n.N IT g gIT CALVARYSTvC Attorney Brown for determining the follows Pratt Street through
"o CON NI[ location of households. Saratoga Heights, and goes on out
i: OL ti ON JN KINS STSr "Mr. Weldon has done a SR-100.
aaogou ST CHST NUT IT y y I miraculous job," Brown told the Dist. 5 in west Starke is boundedby
WI RaeRA.T .IN"'NI" LAMAR ST :r, '. council. Pratt Street and SR-100 on the

00" ::::: s; IOA IT LARRYST The number of households in the north, by Orange Street between
aT five districts vary from 450 to 459. Edward Road and Pratt Street on
District 1 has 450 households, Dist.3 the east, and by Edwards Road on
aTATagD aal as i 3a Pa q4 !! ;: has 458 Dist. 4 has 457, and Dist. 5 the south.
[ sr 9O has 459. Dist. 1, in south Starke, Is another
,. NORTH IT CAUMIT It's so evenly divided the judge large land area. It takes up most of
-Ni ,, v s7 v l00 I f1n may think something is funny Attorney the .central downtown between
N'4SNIk Brown joked with the council. Orange and Walnut Street. It
7 FLORIDA' STti
rOry -. I t r o Brown said he had planned to come meanders up Into the city between
'' to the council with two or three pro- Orange and walnut Streets to SR-16
4i., i ROSSr STADKNI posed redistricting plans, but when and CR-229 on the north, is boundedby
/DR s WlSTMORLANO ST / ST this plan came out so close he just Orange Street Edwards Road on
o eou ( 4 went with it. the west, by Walnut Street East
IARKWO OD IL (' ADKIN.ST L4'trr0 Brown asked if commissioners Call, and Colley Road on the east,
+N oft AsrlNS t, ar had any problems with the propose and Wilson Road on the south.
+.
sLANO a r = plan. How could anybody complain Dist. 4 is in east Starke extends In-

,M000 n THOMAS ..TCTP" when everything is worked out so to Starke to Walnut Street on the
11N = I'1tRANCI f well, asked Commissioner. Travis east,goes from Walnut out SR-16 on
P = ae Woods. the north, and from Walnut out East
". IT + R. [ PreR ST F !t 457 District 2 is court-mandated after Call, Colley Road, and Wilson Roadon

lIouseholds 459 CALL oar a q a aq, Households .\. ,. the city lost its voting rights suit in the south.

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S $ r"rr application a special exception County Zoning...
= IUCUD aT S O SOUTH sr II ,applied for by Gene Milligan, to The Bradford Zoning Board has
+ MLTO 4c 4a aTSR operate a used car lot across US-301 three applications for rezoning
18 i j aTt 4U 44 .. from Orian Wells ChevroletOldswill scheduled for review at its 7 p.m. '
i ;.5; i 3 + ar come before the Starke Board of Tuesday, May 30, meeting.
i iII n /t ar Adjustment at 7:30 p.m. tonight
4r4 ry r 4 sr r (Thursday, May 25)) in the Starke ci- Michael Cline Is applying for' a

CI: O II ar I; J U RD $ 1, r Milligan owns the property.No mlthi. Body Pto rezoneagricultural
a I ti '!: zoning matters are before the property to commercial

city board. for a motorcycle. sales and repair .
430 mILeS IT : ti The Starke Board of Adjustment shop. '
households 'will also make an interpretation con- :' ')
and ,
POWILL cerning which radio towers
'
ITr antennas require special exceptionsin Fred Mueller is applying to rezone ; ,

: '. residentially zoned classifications property on US-301IOuth of The Purr.; ..;",Ii
LU.T i = .: : under' the city zoning code.. The pie Gator from RSF-MH, residential :i1.,,7' 'I'
,,- 'STANISURYST r board must determine which towers single family mobile home to ILW;. .L'u'' ',/.< ,
: ,
.;' I '" ":, ./;:; rl come under its jurisdiction. light Industrial for a marine sales. r, :
',1 J''i I There are a number, probably a and, service establishment.. .. = '" ..,':1," ..." ,
dozen of radio, communication r 1 .'.
"TI"ION IT : In the for radio cornmunlcation. ,
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Brcndo Baw.k1CT asCouncilman .J!
duct and accessory after the fact. Elwood Padgett mov- man Wadsworth voted in favor of the Shaw
tail wrlt.r At the regular council meeting ed to accept the sheriff's offer and motion. said the contract will last until Hodges said he plans to run for
The police office In Hampton's city May 9, the Council decided not to the motion was seconded by councilman Mayor Lola Williamson had expected after Simmons Is either reinstated Chief of Police of Starke this
hall will not be used by the new In- take action In suspending Simmons Johnny Allen. CouncilmanTed John Hodges to be named in victed.If acquittal. or terminated if con- September.
terim city marshal. The Bradford until after receiving official word Curtis called for discussion.The term marshal. Etheridge said
County Sheriff's Department was from the Governor's office. people of Hampton voted for
Hodges for the job.
as interim marshal by the At the city marshal to be elected was qualified convicted before September of
Hampton Tuesday's special meeting City an "The of the council spokefor Hampton resident Arthur Thorn-
majority f 1990
Simmons'
City Council Curtis said. two-year term will
Tuesday. Attorney Eugene Shaw recommended position the citizens and that's lust the ton said he was not happy with the
The council end, allowing the council to call
called a special that the council consider an offer He said he appreciated a council's decision.
it Is" said alter the
meeting for Tuesday made Sheriff offer but way Hodges special election for city marshal.
night after by Kenneth Etheridge. Etherldge's was opposed to I the Sheriff's officeis
receiving word May 18 that Gov. Bob Etheridge offered to provide police the motion. meeting. hope The office of elected city marshal
Martinez had able to fulfill the obligation now will continue, unless the council "Why should we (the city of
suspended City Mar- protection to the city of Hampton for Chairman Waldon Wadsworth "
that have the
shal they Job. changes its charter the Hampton) the Bradford CountySheriff's
Ray Simmons without pay. $19,000 per year. called for a vote. Padgett and Allen The contract with the sheriff's allowing con- pay
Simmons was indicted May 8 by a The Hampton city marshal's voted in favor of the motion. Frank department will require the City of tract with the county to continue."I Department $1,600 a month"
Bradford County grand jury on salary is$11,700 Bryant and Curtis voted against it. for the protection we already have,
felony charffen of official miR<,nn- a oar and other expor per year""!. excluding The tie was resolved when Chair- for Hampton law enforcement to pay $1,583.33 services.per month the citizens hope it,works" Hodges out for said.the best for deal.Thornton" said. "I think we got a raw



I Straight- A's Graduation Set June 2 I

from page 1A Bosier, Jared R. Brown, Kemberly Ferguson, Kevin E. Finch, Kimberly
and L. A. Gauthier Freshmen: Mamie M. Bar- Graduation ceremonies for the Alisha Gruen, Tonya Klein, Holly
Biology I, Advanced American Fillyaw, Nicky A. Johnson, Valerie S. Krack,
History. Alisha J. Gruen, Karen A. Hodges, Elizabeth A. McKinney, Randall G. bour, Kenneth L. Carlton, Mark J. Bradford High School Senior Classof Shields and Tina Willingham.High .
Kimberly A. Lee, Donna K. Milton, Mark P. Shuford, Ronnie Crawford, Phillip A. Crawford, 1989 are set for Friday,June 2,at 8 Honor Students having a
A-B Honor Roll... McKelvy,Donnie R. Oden, AngelinaM. Zurfluh. Shana L.Crawford,Janice E.Davie, p.m. at the Bradford Memorial grade point average of 3.750 to 3.999:
Ramsey, Suzanne Sapp, Holly A. Jeanette D. Fairfield, Timothy E. Stadium. In case of rain the Patricia Bath, Lilly Burgess,
The 62 students on the A-B honor Scala, Holly S. Shields, Freda M. Sophomores Gowens,James M. Grover, Mark A. ceremonies will be postponed until Kemberly Fillyaw, Eric Hodge,
roll, including 19 seniors, 12 : Michael L. Harden, Deana A. Holiday, Eddie
Juniors Starling, Shannon W. Young. Becker, R. Bosier, MichelleD. Saturday morning, June 3. Karen Hodges, Wanda Mueller,
11 sophomores,and 20 freshmen are, Missy The guest speaker will be Circuit Kimberly Lee, Kristen Pfenniger
by grade: Brown, Brian D. Canova, Joel R. Lewis, Michael D. McKinney, Nor- Court Elzie Sanders of the eighth Noi Srivibul, Tammy Jo Tatum andWendy
Caren, Mayra E. Cruz, Brad L. man J. Redding, Brandy C. Ross, judicial district.Valedictorian. Young.
Seniors: Michelle L. Becker, Juniors: Becky L. Bonnette, Hamilton. Walter C. Little, ShannonB. Melissa D. Salmon,Metina L.Smith, is Yvonne Bobo and
Tammy L. Bell, Shawna J. Blom, Chad E. Crafton Cynthia M. Davis, McChesney, Sharea Sanford.A Danika. L. Richardson Jane R. Stanwix-Hay, Branda A. Salutatorian is Michelle Becker. Honor Students with a grade point
Yvonne E. Bobo Kimberli R. Jennifer C. Dodge, Aimee L. Williams Richard A. Wolf. Seniors recognized for high average of 3.5 to 3.7499: Audra
academic achievement are: Brantley, Kimberli Bosier, Chris
Outstanding Honor Students witha Durban, Bryan Kendrick, Jeff
Fantasy Winnersfrom Farmer's Market Open June 7 4.0 to 4.5 grade point average: Moody, Besty Nail, Selena Norman,
I Yvonne Bobo, Michelle Becker, Mindy Rother, Sarah Smith, Jill
Shn"'
Dual A .. farmer-to-consumer vegetable charge,will be operated by the Stateof
market is slated to .
i thought tney'a maae a open Wednesday Florida.A
most of the day Saturday and didn't mistake," Watkins said. "When I afternoon, June 7, at the StateFarmer's tent is expected to be erected on
learn they had the winning ticket un- finally found the winning ticket, it Market on US-301 north. the front area of the market just off
til he returned Smith's phone call was stuck to the back of another Hours will be from 2 to 7 p.m. US-301 to allow the farmers to sell
later that evening.Watkins ticket." Growers can set up 20 minutes their produce in the shade. Some of WANT
said he immediately The winning numbers in last Fri- ahead of time for a $5 daily fee. the expected produce at this time GOOD DEAL ?
day night's Fantasy 5 game were It will give local people an oppor- will be sweet corn, squash,
started looking through the stack of 2-8-22-37-39. Ticket holders with four tunity to buy vegetables directly cucumbers, shelly beans, acre peas, Check the Classified Ads
tickets but couldn't find the winning out of five correct numbers won from the grower. There will be no black eyed peas, string beans,
ticket. Instead, he found a ticket $467.50 each. Ticket holders with one selling other than growers,other greens, peppers,and cut flowers.
with only three of the five correct three out of five correct numberswon than at the retail market operatedby Plans are for the market to be
numbers. $6 each. Wainwright Farms. open Wednesday afternoon and
This vegetable market, with Saturday morning from 8 a.m.-until.
Market Manager Bobby Allen in The market will continue as long the
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WE DO IT LIKE YOU'D DO IT :

In its May 18 edition, The
WHOPPER'Get 1 Telegraph mistakenly printed a
Buy dollar mark before the 63,000
FREEwith. mileage figure of the current car
1 driven by City Operations ManagerBill
SANDWICH Weldon. The new car the City is
buying for Weldon will cost $8,200, N
__ coupon with trade. F
The Telegraph also called Weldon
the Utility Coordinator. In fact, the
city has no such position. His new title
is City Operations Manager. f7
Telegraph regrets its inability to
keep abreast of Mr. Weldon's rapidly ,
changing promotions and changesof
I
title. Not long ago, Weldon was in ,
charge of the Electric System. Now ONE BANK FOR ALL '
he's over all city employees, except OF FLORIDA. l'l'y
those hired by elected officials.
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. Life in the Gav 1880's Had Never a Dull Moment -- I



In the 1880s, businessmen of Starke Comer L. Peek was selling books in his
seemed to realize the effectiveness of stationery store for three cents each, and -
newspaper advertising and we find A.E. these bargains were "completely bound in rand
Moist, pioneer Starke blacksmith using a modern pamphlets with illustrious il
space to tell readers that the lustrations."

ALA Stare Carriage Factory featured wagons Not to be outdone by the business in-
and made to order blacksmithing
plows terests the itself advertised $500
County a
and horseshoeing and if want a
buckboard you, reward for the arrest and conviction of the
surrey
buggy wagon
phaeton or any other vehicle from a baby party or parties who assassinated George
carriage to a band-wagon. I can supply C. Mills on the night of January 1, 1881.

your wants on short notice' said Mr. Tourists from all over the nation wrote
Moitt letters to The Telegraph describing their

.. ... .. ... reactions to Starke the "center ofFlorida's
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..... "r' ,. .. -\\ health district, which many of
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\ Y' r'' them reached by of the "Cannon Ball

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)j \... .,,'. .,,""C ... !'., ..... ." ..'. I. .. ." '._.. ( As more people became interested in the

".. .. . "' .. . .. .. ... ... p- .. .. ,. .. .,. Sunshine their families State South and, the made smaller plans localities to move, decided to hold regular practice drills moonshiners r
both and to equip themselves with water-tight who engaged in the illegal I
such as Starke, began to grow in Dozens of men
population and facilities. In fact, this community buckets and belts to be kept on hand for production and selling of homemade liquor

Union Given RunAroundBy was suffering from such intense immediate use. were caught in Starke's surrounding I
County growing pains that the paper commented The heart of a community, such as woodlands, but one of the most unique ac-
I "... we are building so fast that there is Starke in those pioneer days was the counts of a local arrest was in 1921 when
hardly a carpenter in town who has time to loyalty of its citizens in times of personal moonshine inspectors captured a 63yearold -
DER's Dodge of HearingsBeleaguered say his prayers!" trouble and community problems. woman who was making homebrew in
the furnace of her house on the city's main
On the social and cultural side many Proof of this good neighbor policy is street!
local ladies spent afternoon hours in shown through numerous incidents when
Union County is being comment on this maneuver, the Florida serious discussion over the "temperance people helped each other over rough spotsor The authorities caught the woman with _
used as a political football or like an ex- Times Union said that Kirkpatrick's question" and several of the more active when citizens got together in a 15 gallon kettles of brew, a complete
pendable pawn in a Tallahassee chess method of operation "had all the ear- WCTU members visited a City Council cooperative group to do everything from distilling apparatus, and hundreds of
bottles and containers
meeting in the 1880s to present a resolution raising money for paupers to canning spotlessly clean
game. First, it's in as a hazardous marks of a legislative laser beam that stating their support of Starke's first select orange marmalades and "bitter which had been thoroughly boiled in a solu-

waste site, then it's out, on a maneuver obliterated in about two minutes the temperance ordinance. sweet" orange preserves in the community tion of "grandma". She was arrested and

by Sen. George Kirkpatrick promoting five-year selection process that went After presenting their resolution the kitchen. confined to the local jail under $500 bond,
authoritiesthat
Clay County as the site; then Union is before." ladies added their congratulations to Mar- After 1910 the Gaiety Theatre becamethe despite her efforts to convince moonshinesimp
she not selling
back in again on a maneuver by Sen. "It is safe to say," the T-U added, shal Wall for arresting and fining two of- hub of many dramatic and community ly making was it for her own use!
Ander Crenshaw with bill to fenders $26.50 each for selling intoxicating programs as it offered varied programs
a protect "that the Senate did know the im-
not liquors within the city limits.A such as Vierra's Hawaiian music by a New Evidently this incident is typical of the
his Clay County constituents. What the port of what it was doing when it approved York musical group, or the production of efficiency of beverage officials in those

next play will be, nobody knows, least of by voice vote Kirkpatrick s the typical one in July 1889 Fourth, found Starke celebration amazingly, suchas "Lightnin"', which featured local, days because the paper published the

all legislators who are blithly voting on 12-word amendment. The item hadn't quiet as all the merchants closed shop at 10 amateur and professional talent. following account of the local jail:

something they know nothing about, been debated on the floor. It was brand a.m. and packed their families off to An annual attraction at the Gaiety .our jail is the most lively hostelry inStarke.

and could care lessunless, of course, new to this year's legislative process. It Sparkman's Bridge for dancing, picknick- Theatre was the drum and bugle corps The star boarders are for the present -
the hazardous waste facility winds up in was a substantive and serious ing. and a serious reading of the Declara- from a boys' school in Macon, Ga. In its only fourbut transient boarders,
very of the of moonshiners and others,
tion of Independence.Fires review 1921 performance. The consisting jolly
their district. legislative decision wrapped up in, and Telegraph remarked that the group's drop in almost daily to have their names
If this complex drama were writtenby masked by, a $6 million siteacquisitionand which had were centralized a menace to water the little city in "ultra modern" Dixieland version of current entered upon the register. Brig life has
no system favorites had in the theatre been rather lively for several stills
William Shakespeare it would no appropriation transfer. its earlier days. After a group of citizens everybody lately
swaying to its captivating beat." have been captured and the operators ar-
doubt be called of Errors II"But .
"Comedy This attempted by-pass by gathered en masse for a town meeting on rested by Sheriff Epperson and Deputy
for Union County it is more like a Kirkpatrick is so controversial and un- the courthouse square to consider the problem Prohibition in the '20s, despite the Baisden. These officers will never com
tragedythe tragedy of being denied fair that House Speaker Tom Gustafsondoesn't Mayor Louis Witkovski ordered the seriousness of the purpose with which it plain that the time passes slowly for themor
formation of a bucket brigade in 1889. was imposed, caused several dramaticand that the business of their hospitable in-
the due of and
access to the
process laws want to let the matter out on the hilarious escapades in this area which stitution is slack."
right to appeal when treated unjustly bya House floor because it would inevitably .Thirty-one young men answered his call was literally infested with bootleggers and

site selection process that was admit- result in a legislative "donnybrook".


his Dale tedly statement Twatchmann.flawed, ,even and try by In to DER order justify Secretary to the soften expenditure Legislature The fact is of not the qualified matter to is act that hasti-the ,Ii;:,. Letters to the Editor I

technical and
ly on a highly
of half a million dollars to site en- ,1
consultants the amiably add- vironmentally sensitive matter of sitinga
,
ed that it was not Secretary"fatally" flawed- hazardous waste facility for the entire Bessent States Historical Board's Posititff A special Thanks I
State of Florida. The
should be
siting
his opinion, that is. No wonder that The
based on a totally unflawed and Editor, Telegraph:
impar- Editor, Telegraph:
St Petersburg Times, in a recent arti- Historical Preservation
fail
to produce a
cle blasting the Secretary's record as an"environmentalist" tial process of selection- one, suchas In the City Council's recent discussion of commercial purchaser.The I would just like to say a few words on
for the
Weston's, which was obviously options restoring Rosenberg Old Courthouse Lawtey Correctional Institution's
said "Dale Twat- was a political hot
,
failed fourth
tailored to fit a pre-ordained decision building they to mention a and Employees Day. Although there have been
chmann by potato potential white elephant until
unfortunately, is to the en- option: Turn the building over to the local
DER to place the site in Union County. board of Historical Trustees. the Historical Board took it over. Now it is many over the years and the ones who put
vironment what Frank Lorenzo is to the anchor piece of Starke's downtown so much time and effort into these great
Twice, the last five we have
over
Eastern Airlines. Only eight working days remain on indicated to the City that the years Board is In- redevelopment,and a source of great com- get-togethers have been thanked, and ap-

Now, enter Senator Kirkpatrick, mak- the Legislature's calendar before the terested in converting the building for use munity pride. preciated, I feel they deserve so much

ing an end run around Union County and adjournment on June 2. With two con- as a small community theatre and meetinghall. The Rosenberg Building could also be more. _

its already granted right to an ad- flictingbills floating around between Numerous groups are interested in. I changed from political liability to a community These get-togethers are for LWCI I Imployees.and
assetall it takes is
the House and Senate and various com- such a project,and the facility would boost.. some initiative their families, correctional J
ministrative before
hearing an impar-- ,..and foresight from the'City CommissionI
.
both the community and the' downtown 'offfcersf, secretaries tend 'otbersluAll.
tial mittees, it seems possible that the ses- am at a loss-to the ;
hearing officer. In order to deny area. explain why City employees' bring their1 kids, husbands
,
Union County its legal right, Senator sion might end before this farcical A Council for the Performing Arts is in completely ignored this option for the past wives,and end up having a wonderful time
"Comedy of Errors" is acted out. If so the early stages of formation and Santa two years, when it was so obvious what the with
Kirkpatrick for some motive that is still of people they work with day to day. It'sa
advantages utilizing this would
unclear, resorted to an old legislativeploy it should be a lesson to meddling Fe College is very much interested in the be. building grand morale booster for employees, but

of tacking an amendment onto an legislators to let the selection of a hazar- cultural benefit of such a facility. to its theatre and Wm.A.Bessent III,President then again they know they have another
programs.We family there when they need them. LWCI
appropriations bill, sandwiched in dous waste facility take its normal hope that the City will consider this Bradford County Historical cares about their employees. I know this

among 270 other amendments. These course, and not attempt to usurp the option should the Florida Trust for Board of Trustees from experience, for when there was a

were hastily voted on by legislators, right of affected citizens to have their need in our family last year, they were
with little if any knowledge of what the day in court in the form of a hearing Support Asked Must Stand Up there, as they are for others,always. They

amendments were all about. In editorial before an unbiased hearing officer. For Additional Tax And Fight For care.

On CigarettesThe Right to Be Heard An awful lot went into Saturday's eventto

Florida Legislature is currently con- make it a big success. There were all

Poll Shows Americans Now AwareOf sidering a bill that would Increase fundingof To the Citizens of Bradford County and Ad- kinds of games for the kids and, of course,
indigent health care by increasing the joining Counties they were all winners, with each receivinga
:
I tax on cigarettes by $.10 per pack. We prize of some sort. The food was ex-
would encourage all our fellow citizens to I am a mother, grandmother and citizenof cellent, and the laughter and friendship
Environmental ThreatsWith join with us in supporting this legislation.Being this Great Land! Stop for a moment- best of all.

associated with the provision of this IS a great land...or had you rather live
healthcare,we are all too familiar with the in China or Panama? I'm sure those in charge, who made this
environmental factors becominga and gasoline. Seventy-two percent personal hardships caused by day such a success, have been thanked,
top priority in Union, Clay, Bradford, favored strict smokestack controls at healthcare' inability to pay for heir I have been involved with U-CAP but as the wife of an employee, I wanted to
needs. Much organization for the past eighteen months a special Thank You
of this suffering say because its a
and Baker Counties, it is encouraging to oil and coal-burning power plants, evenif could be reduced if more adequate funding and many times have asked for your sup- great way to spend the day together with
note that a new poll conducted by the it would hike the price of electricity. for indigent healthcare can be developed. port. Time Is running out! At the present family and friends.

Associated Press and The Media Environmental concerns crossed Additionally, this legislation deserves time, our legislators are taking steps to
General showed a vast majority of support; because it can serve as a deterrentto place the hazardous waste site in Union or Special thanks go to Assistant
ideological and political lines, and cigarette smoking. The health hazards Clay County. We don't want this site Superintendent Ed Sands,Training Officer
Americans also showing equal concern. respondents indicated there was more presented by smoking are well- located in Union, or Clay, or even in the Kenny Shuford, Sgt. Alvin Tisdale, Sgt.
The poll shows that the public is willingto than enough blame for environmental documented and well-known. Less well State of Florida. There are other ways to Donald Meiers, Sgt. Andy Raulerson, Jim-
accept mandatory trash recycling, to around. Forty-two known are results of these hazards.Recent handle the matter at hand. If our my Hagan Clifford Martin, George Loz-
higher electric bills and other inconve- problems go per- research shows that smokers use 50% legislators select Union County while they nicka, Maria Helton,and Beth Hardee. I'm
in order clean cent said business and industry are do- more sick leave and have 50% more use of are in session, we will lose our right for an sure there are others that I do not know of,
niences to help up ing a poor job of cleaning up the en- the health care system. According to this administrative hearing.We so a Special Thanks also to those who are

threatened air and water pollution. vironment and keeping it clean, and 83 research, the 1985 health care costs attributable need and need to not named.
your support we
There is a broad perception in the percent rated the federal government's to smoking were$22 billion,and stand up and be countedl! Together you as Ann Lewis,Lawtey

land that pollution is on the rise, and thepoll environmental record under Reagan lost productivity were $43 billion, the citizens, we can overcome. Please help us
equivalent of $2.17 for each pack of preserve life as we know it and a life for
backing for
disclosed
widespread and Bush as J>Or:Seventy-nine percent cigarettes sold. our children and grandchildren.At .
initiatives ranging from a ban on also blamed individual Americans for a Please loin with us in encouraging our
State Legislators to this this time we are planning a trip to
household aerosol products to strict pass important
to fair job of keeping the environ- Tallahassee
poor legislation known as SB 1304 (Senate ver- next Tuesday May 30. Please
emission controls at power plants. The ment clean.In sion) and HB 745 (House version). contact me or someone in UCAP for more.
fights now being waged by Union and J.Frank Mitchell V-Chm. information on this very important trip.
Clay Counties against having this area keeping with our greatest concern Board of Directors
designated for a hazardous waste plantis here in Northeast Florida, the poll Bradford Hospital,Inc. Minnie Redding
Lawtey,782-3722
a clear indication that once-ignored showed that hazardous and/or toxic Library Honors

environmental issues waste disposal was of highest priority
are now upper-
most in almost everyone's mind. among those polled nationwide. It is FORESTRY Military ClassicsThe
also the greatest problem now being ad-

Environmental concerns throughoutthe dressed by the citizens of this Northeastarea Hurricane Season Coming Bradford County Public
nation were heightened by the ten- of Florida.At IN BRADFORD COUNTY Library is proud to celebrate
million gallon Exxon Valdez oil spill in Memorial Day with a display of
a meeting held in the Bradford neighbor's property.A .
Alaska and the knowledge that this military classics.
The hurricane season lasts from June
could be in other oil-drill County Courthouse Monday night, a hazard most people don't look for is The volumes
repeated through December and is approachingagain. branches rubbing on the roof.The constant preserve the writingsof
areas, including Florida.A start was made on the formation of a There is no storm in the forecast, rubbing of a large limb swaying in high the world's most honored military
Northeast Florida Alliance to a but wise residents will check their trees figures.
oppose winds could wear a hole in a roof and expose -
of Americans
large majority polled hazardous waste incinerator in the area carefully for dead or dying. limbs that the attic or house interior.to rain and "At Ease-Stories I Tell to

expressed need for urgent government of Baker, Bradford, Clay, Union, and should be removed. wind damage.. Friends", by Dwight Eisenhower,
actions, far beyond those provided by Duval Counties. Duval and Alachua Foresters from the Division of Forestrywarn Branches that hang loose and sway in was first published in 1967. This is
the Reagan/Bush administrations, to Counties the homeowners that dead branches light breezes should be trimmed because the real Eisenhower: warm, relaxed
joined fight Tuesday.As .
clean up toxic waste, protect drinking become deadly projectiles when hurled this Indicates excessive weight Pruning colorful.

water, and clean up the air. Eighty-one the old saying goes, "In Union about by 100 mile per hour hurricane branches could determine whether a tree In "To Hell and Back", by"A'udie;;
winds. They suggest taking a close look at will escape damage in high winds or even Murphy, the U.S.
Army's most
percent said new safety rules and There is for the of Ft lithe-tree
Strength"- good your trees and shrubs to determine which whether will survive. is close decorated WWII soldier, recounts
emergency cleanup teams should be in all, these five counties should band ones need to be trimmed to minimize to a building,removing these limbed could his dramatic experiences In the fox
place at all major oil facilities even if together to present a unified front to the danger If a hurricane hits our area. minimize Die possibility i of structural holes of Europe and Africa.
the would raise the price' of oil damage. Pruning cuts should ONLY be
expense Legislature. bead, damaged, decaying tree, or done at a fork in a branch or>at the.main My experiences In the World War
branches should be removed. This can be stem. Large branch stub without leavesare a of
record
done by the homeowner sometimes, but unsightly and severely damages the USA'represents participation complete In the Great the

sADFORO often these lobs require special equipmentfor tree. A diagram of a properly pruned tree War, as seen from CommanderlnChief
ARib' Cori removal of large limbs.It's best to give 1* attached for your assistance. John J. Pershing's point of-
4' these tough job to a tree surgeon or professional .Trees help beautify our homes and provide view.
tree service. They have the shade In hot weather. Unless precaution -
QrtrraI knowledge and equipment to handle are taken',trees can cause serious "Baa Baa Black Sheep" by Pappy-
removal of heavy branch or dead trees. damage In stormy weather. Proper pruning Boyington, is the colorful story oil
o Forester recommend checking not only and maintenance will keep trees squadron of misfits- the Black
$O*O.RCUSON-JOHN M.Mill. your bouse, but your neighbor house and healthy and vigorous. Dead limbS in the Sheepand how they acquitted
C'TION r........... power line to determine whether your top or middle of the crown can be a warning themselves In World War II.
tree are danger to them. Insurance sign of problem You probably didn't
Published each Thursday end entered on Second Class Matter at companies consider homeowners know t.batree can talk I They communicate Call the Public Ubrary, M+4400.
the Post Office at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. blameless if their healthy trees cause their problem to a trained eye to reserve the above title or current:
damage as a result of an act of God. by their crown appearance.Just the other best sellers Including: "A Bright
p1p1a 960&-6305 Subscription Rote In Trade Area: $14.00 per year: $8.00 six months Homeowners can be liable for damage day, I looked at this poor pecan tree and I Shining LJe''by Sheehan"Cut! and
r O.Drawer A; Stork, Florida Outsldo Trade Area 15.00 per year 88.50 six months. done by dead, dying decaying trees or heard it say "Please, could I have some Glory' by .Bradlee and "About
branches that are blown down on a wter and fertilizer Face" by Hackworth.





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Review History


'The history committee presentedthe

program "Remembering/ Our
Past for the May 18 meeting of

Bradford-Union Retired Teachers ?>a y,1, f
which was held in the Bradford
) Family Restaurant.Miss y

I Kathryne Epperson gave an
", interesting report on the early Union
i County schools and teachers. She
\ also read the rules which the .
L teachers of 1872 were required to
observe.
Mrs. Murial Norman traced the
growth of Bradford-Union Retired
Teachers Association from its begin- J

ning in February, 1965. Teachers __
from Clay County were included un-

til May, 1972. Double Wedding Planned...
There was an Interesting displayof I

old school pictures scrapbooks, Lloyd D.Watford of Starke and Deloris Kutch of Lawtey will be saying. their vows along with Rober ta D.Carter
and clippings loaned by members.Mrs. and Calvin Rodney, both of Starke. _
Norman had prepared maps of
Bradford and Union Counties show-
ing the location of the small countryschools Joe Henkle To Be
before consolidation. Couples Plan Double WeddingA Sunda
President Mamie Jo Douglas gavea Ordained y

brief report on the district meeting This Sunday, May 28, at 3 p.m.,
double wedding will be held Saturday June 3 at 3
in Ocala in As p.m.
April. requested by Joe Henkle, Jr., will be ordained to
at Evergreen Baptist Church in Lawtey.
the membership, she called on the Gospel Ministry at Pine Level
Exchanging vows at this delightful event will be RobertaD.
Treasurer Leona read the
to
Royal Baptist Church. He is the son of Mr.
Carter and Calvin Rodney, both of Starke, along with
list of life members and current paid & Mrs. Joe Henkle of Lak e Geneva.
Deloris Futch of Lawtey and Lloyd E. Watford of Starke.
Mrs.
members.
Douglas expressed Joe received his Bachelor of Arts
lanaiMKgg FC jijjj frmmgMjamiji ;_v,*Y.y* y 1 C-.ay f-0 I I appreciation to her officers and All friends and relatives are Invited to share in this occasion degree from Luther Rice Seminaryin
invitations will be
committee members for their ; no sent out. 1982. He and his wife .Stacy will

Mr.&Mrs.J.11.Ritch cooperation during the past two serve as missionaries m nugua..
Several pastors, missionaries and
years.Following the business meeting, an evangelist will take part in the ordination
News.
Mrs. Blanche Brown installed the officers Community service. Roman Alvarez,
Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrated for the coming year. Using different The pastor of Pine Level, invit es all of

13 Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Ritch colored corsages,she explained Wedding Reception... Jerusalem Ponder Singers of of Jacksonville Jacksonville, and Joe's family members and riends to
May By the significance of each color and this special service. Pine Le vel Bap-
reviewed duties of each of the A wedding reception honoring the the Velvetes of Jacksonville. tist is located / miles West of
May 2 marriage of Rev. Ross Advance admission is $8; at the
Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Ritch of Gainesville celebrated their sixtieth wedding following officers: President-Mrs. Starke on Hwy. 100.
under is
Chandler and Velma Mitchell will be door, $10; children 12 $3.
Maureen Paul Vice PresidentMrs.Millie .
anniversary with a reception on Saturday, May 13, at the home of their ; held Saturday, June 3 at the FSO
niece and nephew, Mr. & Mrs. Randy Johns of Starke.Mr. Ritch's parents, Harden; SecretaryMrs.Muriel Pistol Range from 5-7

James December H. Ritch 1905., :Sr: and Isabel Peek Ritch, were married in this home in Leona, Norman Royal.; and TreasurerMrs. The public is invited.p.m.No local Invitations Happy Birthday

will be sent.
Mrs. H.M. Richarde, sister of Mr. Ritch, greeted guests at the door and The meeting ended with the Singing May 27...
presented them to the honored couple,who stood before the fireplace in the members singing "Blest Be the Tie We of
are proud
That Binds". Lunch served at The Soul Savers of Jacksonville on
was
Ritch Sr. exchanged wed-
living room, the same spot where Mr. & Mrs. ,
noon. their second anniversary featuringthe you....
ding vows nearly ninety
years ago.
The dining table was lovely with a centerpiece of snapdragons, asters, The Executive Board meeting will Mighty Jubiles of Brunswick, TUD v Love
be held Thursday, May 25, 10:30: Ga., the Friendly Stars Gospel
carnations and daisies in shades of pink and rose, flanked by tall rose _
candles in .silver holders. A beautiful two-tiered anniversary cake a.m. in the same location. Singers of Brunswick,Ga.,Sunbeam Ebel & Timmy;

decorated with the same fresh flowers centered a round table in the cornerof Spirituals of Jacksonville, Voices of .
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the dining room and was cut by Mr. & Mrs. Ritch during the afternoon. 'ThorntonCaytonEngagement --- ---
Punch and a variety of finger foods were served by Miss Christie Britton, ToldMr.
Mrs. John C. Ritch, Miss Deborah D. Ritch, Mrs. Gerald Morris and Ms. l OPEN
Ann Crawford. Also assisting in serving were Mrs. Lyle H. Buck, III, Miss & Mrs. Robert Thornton of MEMORIAL
Jessica Alvers, Mrs.Tom Crawford, Mrs.David Arn, Mrs.,Rick Johns and Starke announce the engagement of
Miss Jennifer Johns. their daughter. Sylvia Lynn, to
Mrs. S.R. Johns, sister of Mr. Ritch, invited guests into the family room Rodney Michael Cayton, son of Mr.
where an easel displayed old photographs of the families of the honorees &: Mrs. Donald Cayton of Starke. 1 1a
framed in lacy white doilies on a royal blue background. A long table in the The bride-elect Is a 1988 graduateof UN IICI
sunroom held additional photographs of Mr. & Mrs. Ritch and. their BBS and is employed at Allstate

families, past and present. Insurance Agency.The a ...
A lovely moment during the festivities occurred when Rev.M.E.! Myer of groom-to-be Is a 1984 graduateof ,
Melrose, a long-time friend, blessed the marriage.The BHS and Is employed by UCI.
Ritches are the fourth couple to celebrate a long and happy mar- .'
riage in the home built by Mr. Ritch's grandparents Col. and Mrs. C.L. PRICES BEGIN ,
Peek almost a hundred years ago. The Peeks celebrated their GoldenWedding UDC Weeks Chapter THURS. MAY 25th.

Anniversary in 1927,Mr. Ritch's parents celebrated theirs in 1955 Studies FlagsMrs. THRU. .
WED., MAY 31.t.MASSON
and his Brother-in-law and sister, Mr. & Mrs. S.R.Johns,celebrated theirsin _
and other momentoes from these anniversary Franklyn Weisgerber, Presi-
1985. Guest books, photographs .
dent gave an informative program I ook
the memorabilia displayed. cglc '
parties were among ., ,'
Dndpnlederate, flag with lll1i tra"lI"
<
afternoon
friends and relatives called during the tOut.i ,
Approximately sixty '
j .
.1.i of their congratulations. Those attending from out.of.town w ireMrBjiigui at'She'fif the also flag t 'of 1Jt 'each d"sboUtft'Wholh Southern /f1. e ,l rev. 1 .: ........ ...
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and MM.,IPcte. ooraa of ,. <
i Germaine Stanford, Mr. & Mrs. Buddy Gregory u 11 Confederate?" and g ec-.. 7.N272S
the Last
Jacksonville; Mr. & Mrs. George Mason and Ms. Elma Helzel of z .HhlM, .HoM C99
Gainesville; Mr. &: Mrs. L.H. Buck, III, and Scott Buck of Palatka; Mr. & stated that there never descendants will be one-live 699 c.It..w 2350 {
Mrs. Buddy Clark and family Mrs. Roy M. Ward and L.D. Peek of Lake as long as their .J
will not forget the Confederates d
City; Ms. Ann Crawford and:Sarah: of Augusta, Ga.; Mrs. Gerald Morris, they -I lrle MI L B MA. A. F., O .
: Kimberly and Travis of Lawrenceville, Ga.; Mr. &: Mrs. Tom Crawford, 1 ( 1/UIL11
? The business meeting was con- .p Er
-- Miss Jessica Alvers and Tracy of Middleburg; Mr. Mrs.William N. Longof who -IJ--t"- -
and Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Craig of St. ducted by Mrs. Weisgerber a
Aquone, N.C.; Richard Long I1' Ii1N.cue
reminded that this is an- 7usso.
Augustine; Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Perryman of Crystal River; Mrs. Gloria everyone D.... Q99 e8-, 200
and Ms. Helen Kreis of Tampa; Mr. & Mrs. James Livengood of nual report time. 1 _l'oIJ&.o 200 479iK
Keyser L
Evinston; Rev. Mrs. M.E.Myer of Melrose and Mr. &:Mrs.Rick Johns of meeting.Luncheon The followed tables were the business set with 119500 t / iys 2RSSus


Keystone. &Mrs.Heights.Mr. Ritch. have one son, John C., of Gainesville, and three grand- red placemats of with red centerpiece and white silk arrangements Fily.wlw 2.3.s9: ,Z .750 ML 3.69 4190IS
children John C. Ritch, Jr. and Mark Ritch of Gainesville, and DeborahD.
Ritch,of Glassboro. N.J., and two great-grandchildren, Cara and Jeffrey flowers ment of in spring white flowers vases. An in a arrange-basket 4 c!tgttztQ .aawr 750 ML 3.99 a.9s i "I
Buttram of Glassboro, N.J. adorned the side table. & tJ 750 ML 4.59 50 OO t4 MCe'**.&.*. MUMS I ITER, 6.99 4119

ealt4 ?u'.tG 750ML 4.79 1675 W14 I4 C&5d :JUn.1I 6.99 26 s&.7.Js4 o7JOML 1

,.. ,790 ML. 4.99 MM 7 t4M t?* SiMf/* 1 8.9910650

Hampton HiliteNew 3. By Dolores Meng Hawaiian Program... 't I'& 4 srlie 'fftItta."l-- 750 ML 5.39 .371 & tf1'1I9"e Z&f :=. 11.99,0700
Phone 468-1915 Millie Kramig's 6th
On Friday Hawaiian edI4 4U .se _401f e..750 NL 5.99 7100 mKI eyyjrF J__ 790 ML 17.9921400;

Arrival... Hampton Elementary. graders for presented fellow students a and facul program V &1 AL _.J_4mkt4,.&Sil.>.790ML. 5.99 7100! mk1r.M2, cs.;..cis yy" : %... 790 ML 18.99,2650 i
...Amanda Brooke William- 7
Patriotic Program... ty. This included a number of

Thursday evening, May 18, Hawaiian dances and songs with
sonKevin and Lori Muse Williamsonof parents and friends were entertained performers wearing leis and colorful '
Starke proudly announce the birth with a musical program in an out- costumes. Hawaiian food was servo
of their daughter, Amanda Brooke. door concert. Principal Mary Ann ed to the class that day. This performance 1 /MVIID +
at Alachua welcomed who relaxed culminated a study of the M t AHSICMkt +
She was born Apr. 30 Kyle guests C'IMIF LORD
General Hospital, and weighed 5 lb. on the school lawn. Hawaiian Islands and has been an UUICAPIHff CALVERT "'- 1 ,'
3 oz., measuring 18". Band director Dirk Schmidt open-: annual event at the school.On COKF II AVIIMIDM/ IINAITSP t ANADIAN -3U0
>Hltiinn PWHMINT 1
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & ed the program with his 5th and 6th' Monday, May 23, this group .M"' """" IIMMMII avAeSli'ii'J '* M.IVACH A. 790 ML Cyg v., F
Mrs. Earl C. Muse of Starke. Great- grade students playing drums, entertained at Brooker Elementary -fl 09 K/IINNV nu !?.*. c..2 7100. 12 -
grandmother is Mrs. Helen Me- clarinets and trombones. School. They were joined by Carole I EACH cmo.t,700O% ''
Clenaughan of Jacksonville. Carole Stevenson led her choral Stevenson's Choral Group who also M i.l V1
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Paternal grandparents are Mr. & groups in an All American Express' sang on Saturday night at the E : ; Hennessy u"wi g wn JiN 4 +
Mrs. Charles Williamson of Ham group of songs Including the Preamble musical extravaganza held at: the' c-4------1 VIHVSmiAl ICS "
ton. Great-grandmothers and Mrs. We're All Americans, 'Casey, Bradford High School Auditorium. / ..lo,,..e- (M I COGNAC MBOITRBON "
Adel Gnder of Starke Mrs.; Seventy-six Trombones,. and a 790 Ml 1Mfw1?
Mildred Wiliamson of Hampton. medley of Steven Foster and- other :Memorial Day Holiday... ..N;a te 69 CAN OF 15" I 11T15799

popular musical number.: On Monday, May 29, there will be
Su.Elllosts BBQ...
The patriotic theme was carriedout school in session. /MnM1r/0
On Saturday, May 13, a BBQ din- with students dressed in red, no CANADIAN |:L".19
ner was held at Su-El's Retirement white and blue costumes and wear MINT 77 M .
Home. Some 400 guests gathered to ing striped top hats.. The All
enjoy good food and entertainment.Alvin American Express,'train'appearedquite
Griffis of the Gospel Sounds authentic. .
Musical.Group served as emcee for During the All American song, a o: fNY9: ..IT 119" Inrl" =
the program. Among other groups huge American flag was held by per F r/N.9' .wlo* BACARDI

singing to the accompaniment of formers. Mrs. Stevenson invited all p ;; NABISCO :: rum =
piano, guitars and banjos were the to join in singing the. closing National -: FLAVOR CRUNCH des O AMe2q SOIYER i2Q
Messengers of Hilliard, The Thorn Anthem.
ton Family of Starke, Glory Road Echo Farms Dairy Co. of New York CASHEW HALVES...........2.89 1 7.Il1I" 13 gg
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Travelers of Macclenny and Rev. Introduced the milk bottle In 7879.YbLI'r WHOLE CASHEWS..3.49 .' MY } 5t.0' Na L9

Gene Bass and his choir from the .,,- ...--;;:. i.o.f PEANUT FACTORY HUTS 2.69 4*i'S<'.TL i +*",. .i.go
Sampson City Church of God. Prizes :
were given to several lucky winners. _
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Among special guests attending ...5ohf CF. ,fig PUT A Crs fey ; so ',I, a;.
besides local dignitaries were Judge V04)I.A 89

Tom Elwell of Gainesville Betsy i'DON'T BEHALF SAFE! _
Flippi of the Gainesville HM office fri
of,
Nat Hadsock, Accountant tir
Alachua, and three members of '
Senator Bob Graham's office. % It /y,, Iw: 2399

Susie and Virgil Walker, 'a- ;
of Su-El's, wish to give
managers _
special thanks to the following for Thar* U no such thing is a pirt-tlmi

making this enjoyable occasion for ,' Christian. You am either for Jesus or you

their residents, relatives and arc against Him. You are either follow*
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friend: : Alvin Griffis, Archie Tanner v 'DEWMSeccu .
and Jones Funeral Homes Dempier's sag His teachings or you are not. You C>>/dUh U hlU l.ulK'

Septic Tanks, Friendly Pro .' can't be "half safe. So 7.1 / '.. SCOTCHJohnnie 1
duce at 18& US 301, Wayne Massey, hornet ./1".111AN...INw LM 519.111 11 N//1N/1/M91NI AN .I.IS MI
Cecil Waters, Lipham Music Co.andto -. = .. coma on 511 *IIAN 51 9.117 lA.9 ...... I... SPAN 1951 .79999 t":1'17N I.1195

First Baptist Church of Starke, ... 17Fr,91i 27',04099;, 27,04099 1 I.'" 1lilnr
all who performed furnished S --.:? --- 9iw''.. _: _.-_ ,
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food, and assisted In serving. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH } fa ?to J MO SON Walkerr'

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William (Dub) Carter is BlUe School 9:45 aum.Worship 10:45 ajn. 4.AN "' 1*99 SPAN .199 lAM .n.2399.. ..

several recuperating weeks at hospitalization home :following at 'The, Friendliest'Little Church In Town" 23 r1 A 939 89<: f 85Y 39 ,1't1515 3s'1'F' : 1399 1.2 (

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P Ke6TELEGRAPH May 25,1989

Happy Birthday 50th Wedding Celebration BHS Alumni Assn. to Honor

j Honoring Mr. & Mrs. TysonMr. Graduating Class at BanquetThe


,.. :,. DonnieNettles .&:Mrs.Albert Tyson of Starke will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary 1989 BHS graduating class will be honored at the annual banquet,
with a reception given by their children and Ms. Velma Grant sponsored by the Alumni Association at the fairgrounds\ on Thursday,June
The reception will be held Saturday,May 27 at 5:30 p.m.at the KOA Kam- 1 at 6:30: p.m.
pground Banquet Room. The menu will be a fried chicken dinner and will be served free to all
Mr. &: Mrs. Tyson were married May SO, 1939 in Starke. senior class members.Senior are asked to RSVP by returning a notifica-
Their children are: Eddie Tyson of Lakeland,Albert Tyson,Jr.of Orlan- tion slip or calling the Vo-Tech Center administration office or the BHS of-
do, Mary Walker of Titusville, Leroy Tyson of Saudi Arabia Willie B. fice by May 30.
Hang in There You're Not Over the Hill Tyson of Titusville,JoAnn Hamilton, Linda Hampton and Marvin Tyson, Tickets for family members and friends will be available at$6 per person
all of Starke. and will be on sale until May 31 at the following locations: BHS, Vo-
YET!! The Tysons have eighteen grandchildren and seven great Tech Center,School Board office, Stump's Store, and Mitchell's Drugs.
grandchildren. Guest door jrizea will be claimed by Seniors only,who must be present
BBBnBHBMBBI BimiaUlllUBBBBflQb .' In'AV._IM._*hi win..

Co-sponsors of this event are
Register Oil Co.,George Roberta Insurance -
r-; Vacuum Pack ,Dr.Denmark and Dr.Mar-
chese,Jones Funeral Home,Mosley
I Tire Co., Community State Bank,
Home Entertainment Concepts,
Novis Ward Realtor, Stump's Dept.
--S. BUTT AND Store, Williams Jewelry, Dr. Pete
.
: ;a Gianas,Terwillegar Motors,Robbie
Smith Electric, Mitchell's Drugs,
and Western Steer Steakhouse.Weddings. .

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To Wed May 27

6 Trade LeAnn Clark and Robert
Earl Starling will be married Satur-
L b day, May 27 at 7:30: p.m. at First
SMOKED HAM Prices In this ad good thru Baptist Church of Starke.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Sunday May 28, 1989 Mr. &: Mrs. Ted R. Clark of Starke.
The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. &:
Mrs. Robert Glen Starling of

USDA Lawtey.Following the wedding, a recep-
rho' tion will be held at the Starke
Beef MEET YELLOW CORN Woman's Club. All friends and
SIL relatives are invited to attend.
Nursery services will be providedfor
,P children and babies.
IV'RO Trade is a 1986 graduate of BHS,
obtained an AA degree from Santa
Fe Community College and will con-
tinue pre-dental studies in the fall at
S I the University of Florida.
Robert is a 1987 graduate of BHS
and is employed by Franklin Com-
pany at DuPont.ClanceSmith.


228 lafs; California Peaches

To Marry SaturdayCynthia

Plums Nectarines Gail Clance and Kirby
Steven Smith will be married this
Lb. Saturday, May 27 at 2 p.m. at the
APRICOTS First Baptist Church of Keystone. I
Seafood Specials! Cynthia is the daughter of Mr. &: ;
Mrs. Donald R. Clance of Keystoneand
is a 1985 graduate of Keystone

Shark Red RipeSTRAWBERRIES Hts.Kirby High is School.the son of Shi Smith of
P Gail Thrash and is a graduate of

A Steak Or 9 9 Bradford High School.


Lb PollardNashWill
SALMONSTEAKS .
$
1 Wed May 27, ?
. Meat Or All Beef Karen Lorraine Pollard and David
' All I) Porter Nash of Naples will be mar-
GWALTNEYBIG Quart ried May 27 at First Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives are invitedto

8 FRANKS Pint.. .. . . .79 'it Karen attend.Is the daughter of the late
| $398 Mile Pollard of Starke and Robert
r Edward Pollard of Mississippi. She
Lb. Lb. Tender Green graduated from Bradford High
"Your Choice"Mix School in 1987.
MatchASPARAGUSI David is the son of Mr. &: Mrs.
Or Porter and Elizabeth Nash of Ft.
Kibun I Myers, Fl. and graduated from Ft.
Jumbo Bunch Fresh l.
O Long Green Slicing ) Myers High School.
)) I ImitationCRABMEAT Cucumbers/Large GREEN! BROCCOLI


Bell McRae Reunion June 4

On June 4 at the FSP training site,
Lb the annual McRae Family Reunion
will be held.
I1990 Join with families and friends
$169Lbo / together to make this a joyous occa-
r sion for all.A covered dish luncheon
will be served at 1:30: p.m.


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e e e no d VFW Selling PoppiesEach

year the Veterans of Foreign
Wars sell Buddy Poppies. The proceeds
from these sales are used entirely -
for needy veterans and their
Low Fat families.On May 29 you will see our
Diet Coke, Coke, Sprite & Diet Food LionYOGURT volunteers selling poppies for this
Coors worthy cause.
N Coke Classic
Sprite Beer Help your fellow Veterans and
show your patriotism by buying a
poppy.and wearing it on Memorial

6PK. 6PK. i 6PK. 1/2 Gal. Day.Memorial Day ceremonies are
12 Oz 35 12 Oz 49 12 Oz 79 .All 99' planned for May 29 at 10 a.m.at the
Cans. Cans. Cans. Flavors. Bradford County Courthouse. This
will be preceded by coffee and
doughnuts at VFW Post 1016.K mile
North of the Starke city limits.They
will be available from 8-9:30 a.m.
Come out and help us show our
32 Oz. JFG 18 Oz. Smooth/Crunchy 10 Oz.10 Ct. Pillsbury Biscuits 8 Oz Shredded Food LionMOZZARELLA I respect for our fallen comrades.
v. Peter Pan/JIF
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990-p tg $169 JiP 2/-109/ ,,990 Baptist regular'The Meets Young Young monthly Church June at at Heart meeting Heart will 1 of have Thursday the First their,


June 1 with a covered dish luncheon
at. noon In the fellowship ball.
1 Mr. Billy Adams will have an exciting
"Y :x magic show you won't want to
6 Pack Juicy Red Hawaiian ,miss.Hope you Join usl!,
Punch/Cherry Koolaid Kooler/ 15 Oz. CleanerSCOTCH Automatic Dish Detergent _

Grape Koolaid/ Kooler/Tropical PINE SUNLIGHT
Punch Koolaid/ Kooler School Menus


DRINK BOXES 3'99/ 0 $199 ..May29June2Bradford Eton ft Middle School

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I |1 Notices' i' public': health and safety from the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD by Order dated May 18, 1989.= The Personal :' BVI DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER.-
Legal } TERENCE M. BROWN,P.A.
discharge chemicals.or release of extremely' toxic COUNTY, FLORIDAPROBATE DIVISIONFile beneficiary) Representative named In the Is Will.the If only you 486 N.Tempi Avenue

NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED BY Number 89.49.CP desire any further Information pleas Control 092 Starke, Florida 33091
THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF IN RE: ESTATE OF contact the undersigned Personal Jlchg 5/25 ((904)9448272'IN )
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA THE In the business or profession corrled on BADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA that: ROY WADE JACKSON, Representative or the attorney. Publication
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR under the name of: CAVALIER PRO Bradford County's Hazardous Deceased. of this Notice began on May 25, THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.\ DUCTS; CAVALIER PRODUCTS INC.: and Materials Plan be hereby adopted. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTher 1989. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO. 89.1 5-CA CPI In the County of Bradford State of The Chair thereupon declared the administration of the estate of HAL Y. MAINES PROBATE DIVISION
DIVISION Florida and the extant of the Interest ofeach Resolution duly passed and adopted this Roy Wade Jackson deceased File P.O. Box 182 CASE NO. B9-67-CP
FLEET FINANCE AND MORTGAOIUNc! are as follows: 6th day of March 1989.BRADFORD Number 89-48-CP Is pending In the Circuit 30 E. Main Street FILE NO. 1-4060
a Florida corporation NAME AND ADDRESS: COUNTY FLORIDA Court for Bradford County Florida Lake Butler Fl. 32054 IN RE: ESTATE OF
Plaintiff, Danka Industries, Inc. BY ITS BOARD OF Probate Division the address of which Is Phone: ((904)) 4962701Attorney WILLIAM SILCOX,
vs 11301 Danko Circle North COUNTY COMMISSIONERS P.O. Drawer B, Starke Florida 32091. for Personal Deceased.
ROBERT EARL HALL and DELLA FAYE St. Petersburg Fl 33716 RAY NORMAN Clerk The names and addresses of the personal R'pre..nlallveADMIRAL I, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
HALL,and the City of Stark, a Municipal EXTENT OF INTEREST Control 084 representative and the personal The Administration of the Estate of

Corporation, 100% 2tchg 5/18-25 representative's attorney are set forth S. PIPER .1 WILLIAM SILCOX Deceased Fit.
Defendants. Donkajndustrles Inc. below 1512 Perez Street Number 89-67-CP, Is pending In the Circuit
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Nicholas M. Arforas, ---- Interested persons are required to Orlando Fl. 32825 Court for Bradford County, Florida
: ROBERT EARL HALL Personal Probate Division the address
Treasurer file with this court WITHIN THREE MON RepresentativeOf of which If
DELLA FAYE HALLP. the Estate of Bradford Courthouse Stark.
Control 074"tchg511.61 County ,
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
O. Box 1125Summertown Shirley E. Florida 32091 The and
INVITATION TO BID Piper Deceased names addressesof
NOTICE all claims the
: ((1)) against estate
Ga. 30466 The City of Starke, Florida will receive and ((2) objection Inter..tedp..on 2tchg 5/25-6/1 the personal representatives and the
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has bids for construction of the Wotermaln any by an personal representatives' attorney are
to whom this notice mailed
been filed against you to foreclose a NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Extensions Across Department of was NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO set forth below. .
1 Mortgage on the following described REGISTER Transportation and CSX Transportation, that challenges the validity of the will REGISTER All Intersted persons are required to
real property located In Broword County FICTITIOUS NAME Inc., Right of Ways until 10:00: a.m., local the qualifications of the p..onalrepre..ntatlv. FICTITIOUS NAME file with this Court,WITHIN THREE MON-
.
Florida, to wit: Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida time, on the 26th day of May, 1989 at City venue or jurisdiction of Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
Begin at the NE corner o* the NE"4 of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Hall, Commission Chambers, Stark., the court. Statues, notice Is hereby given that the NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 29, Township undersigned HELEN SMITH Route 4, Box Florida at which time all Bids will be ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT undersigned, C. W. HEAVNER, JR., and (2) any objection by an Interested
6 South Rang 22 East Run Wst 100 1563 Starke Florida 32O91 sole owner publicly opened and read aloud. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Rout 5, Box 7800 (Morgan Road), person to whom this notice was mailed
feet thence run South 15 feet thence run doing business under the firm name of The protect will be bid as a single con Publication of this Notice has begunon STarke Fl. 32091, and SHANE that challenges the validity of the will,
West 50 feet to a POB; hence( run South HELEN'S BARGAIN CENTER, Route 4, Box tract and will consist of construction of May 18, 1989. JOHNSON Route 5, Box 7800 (Morgan the qualifications of the personal
100 f.et.lh.ncerun West SO I feet thencerun 1563.: Starke, Florida 32091, Intends to four railroad bore and lacks (approxImately Personal Representative: Road), Starke, Fla. 32091 joint owners, representative, venue or jurisdiction of
North 100 feet thence run East 50 register said fictitious name under the 229 linear feet) and one highway SHERYL JACKSON doing business under the firm name of the Court.
feet to the POB. aforesaid statute. bore and lack (approximately 40 linear P. O. Box 241 POOL DOCTOR (a pool service), Route 9, All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
and you are required to serve a copy of Dated this 15th day of May 1989, In feet) Including steel casing and ductile Starke, Fla.32091.241 Box 7800 Morgan Rood Starke, Florida SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
your written defenses, If any on ROBERTA. Bradford County. Iron carrier pipe approximately 188.48 Attorney for P..onalR.pra..ntallve 32091 Intends to register sold fictitiousname Publication of this notice has begun on
STERN Plaintiff's attorney,whose address 4tpd 5/18-6/8 linear feet of ductile Iron watermaln and : under the aforesaid statute. May 29, 1989.CaPersonal .
Is 537 Northeast First Street, Suit. Control 085 approximately 185 linear feet of PVC Richard B. Davis, Jr. Dated this 25th day of May 1989 In Representatives:
9, Gainesville Florida 92601 on or DR-25 watermaln and all related and required 408 W. University Ave. Bradford County HAZEL LEE SILCOX WILLIAM E. SILCOX
before June 7, 1989. and file the original RESOLUTION NO. 89-4 work Items. Suite 601Gainesville 4tchg 5/25.6/17 JR., and GERALD SILCOX all of Route 5,
with the Clerk of this Court either before RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF The project will be financed by the CI- Fl. 32601 Box 7180 Starke, Florida 32091
service on Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- ty of Starke, Florida. The City reserves ((904)376-1100) NOTICE OF PROPOSED Attorney for Personal Representative:
thereafter, or a default will FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA APPROVING the right to reject any and all bids. Control' 087 ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY JOHN H. JONES ESQUIREP.
be entered against you for the relief THE BRADFORD HAZARDOUS Each proposal must be accompanied 2lchg 5/18.25 CITY COMMISSION O. Drawer 1030
demanded In the Complaint. MATERIALS EMERGENCY PLAN. by a Bid Security In an amount not less STARKE FLORIDA Stark., Florida 32091 Control 089
WITNESS my hand and oval of this WHEREAS Chapter 252 Florida than five percent ((5%) of the amound IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed ((904)) 964-9701 2tchg 9/25-6X1
Court this 29th day of April, 1989. Statutes, assigns to the Board of County- bid. Bid shall be either a certified check EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Ordinance, whose title ------=-
ROBERT:. LOCKWOOD Commissioners responsibility for a cashiers check or a Bid Bond In the hereinafter appears, will be considered
BRADFORD COUNTY. IN PROBATE.
Clerk of the Court disaster mitigation, preparedness, form provided In the contract CASE NO. 89-72-CP for final enactment on the 6th day of Lawtey Police
Control 072 response and recovery; and documents. No proposal may be 1. 065 June 1989 at the City Commission Warn SkateboardersLawtey
4tchg 5/4-25 withdrawn for a period of meeting commenclrg at 7:30 In the
WHEREAS, with the enactment of the sixty ((60)) days IN RE: ESTATE OF p.m.
Emergency Planning and Community after the Bid opening date. SHIRLEY E. PIPER Deceased. City Hall 209 North Thompson Street, Police Lt. Bill Tillotson
Plans, Specifications, and Contract Starke. Florida.A issued this week
Rlght-to-Know Act of 1986 Congress Imposed NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND a warning to local
NOTICE OF INTENTION upon Local Emergency Planning Documents may be examined at the offices BENEFICIARIESTO copy of sold Ordinance may be Inspected youth that skateboarders do NOT
TO REGISTER Committees and local governments additional of th.City of Starke Department of ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR by any member of the public at have the right of way on public
FICTITIOUS NAME and Coolie Utilities, City Hall Starke the Office of the City Clerk In the City streets.
planning preparedness requirements DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida for response to emergencies Florida; or at the offices of Bessent AND TO BENEFICIARIES: Hall Stark, Florida. On the dale first Lt. Tillotson advises
Statutes, notice Is that the Hammack & Ruckman Inc., 1900 Corporate above-mentioned Interested parties
hereby given
Involving the release of hazardous The administration of the Estate' ofShlrl.y skateboarders and their parents that
undersigned, MICHAEL N. BENEDEITO Square Boulevard Jacksonville, may appear and be heard with respectto
materials andWHEREAS the should
; E. Piper, deceased File No. young people be more
615 St., Stork Flo. Florida 32216 telephone ((904)) 721-2991. this proposed ordinance.AN .
Evergreen 32091,
each county within a local 89.72.CP, 1-4065 Is pending In the Circuit cautious when skateboarding on
and STANLEY Copies of Contract Documents be ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LOEWENKAMP. 1810 Emergency Planning District Is requiredto may Court of Bradford Florida
County public streets. Many local residentsare
STARKE
obtained from the offices of Bessent FLORIDA AMENDING THER CI-
San
Wyman Ave., Francisco Calif.
develop an Emergency Response Plan Probate Division the address of which Is
TY OF STARKE CHARTER concerned about hitting them
94128 Hammack S Ruckman Inc. Charges for TO DELETE CER ,
joint owners, doing business
for Hazardous Materials become Bradford
to Courthouse
acomponent County Starke
under the firm name ol ADVANCED Plans and Specifications will be $25 for TAIN OUTDATED PROVISIONS, PAR- with cars or the possibly of the
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY. 615 Planning District part of Plan the; and Local Emergency each set. Partial sets of plans may be obtained the Florida Personal 32091. The Representative name and address and the of TICULARLY !;6S( ), 16, $17, J26 and {55. skateboarders falling into the path.

Evergreen St., Starke, Fla., 32091 Intends WHEREAS Bradford County's Hazardous for $2 per sheet. Partial sets of Personal Representative attorney are of cars.
to register said fictitious name Materials Emergency Plan has specifications may be obtained for $0.50 set forth below.
under the aforesaid statute. been reviewed and approved by the per sheet. These charges ore not refun All persons are required to file with
Dated this 18th day of May. 1969 in Florida State Emergency Response Commission dable. the Clerk of this Court WITHIN THREE Lamp of Jesus Craft ConsignmentCOME
of Starke
Bradford County. 4tpd 5/18-6/8 for Hazardous Materials as City CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE FIRST
Control: 083 meeting the criteria for such plans Nell Tucker Starke, Florida Clerk PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claims SEE OUR: Outdoor Great Mother's Day-
established by the Administrator United City against the estate In the form and manner -
5/18-25 Furniture/Swings Special:
2tchg
States Environmental Protection Agencyand described by Section 733.703 Florida
the National Response Team; and Control 086 Statutes, and Rule 5.490 of The Florida and Crafts Watch for our "BASKET
REGISTRATIONOF WHEREAS this plan is Intended to pro Rules of Probate and Guardianship Pro- Odds 'N End Sale I
FICTITIOUS NAMES vide the framework for the developmentof cedure. CREATIONS"
W* the undersigned, being duly detailed operating procedures by first The Last Will and Testament of the Set for June 10.Forsyth. 1

sworn, do hereby declare under oath response public safety agencies charged decedent SHIRLEY E. PIPER was admitted Road Starke e 964-7109
that the names of all parties Interested with the responsibility! of protecting the to probate In the above-styled court ,

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Jamboree Set FridayTornado I


gridders will go into ac- Bradford kicks off to Union High in I''
tion against area teams for the first the fourth quarter.
FF -4- J time in 1989 In the spring football Coach David Hurse will playas
s jamboree at 8 p.m. tomorrow night many gridders as possible His I
(Friday May 26) at Union High policy In the spring jamboree is to
School in Lake Butler. let everybody play.
Each of four teams will play two The BUS eleven is expected to
quarters. have a good season in 1989. It is com-
Keystone Heights will kick off to ing off a 9-1 season with a 2-0 loss to
Interlachen the first quarter. Santa Fe in the final game of the
Interlachen kicks off to Bradford season for the district championship. -
: ... High in the second quarter. The .
Union Tigers will kick off to BHS eight defense starters and
Keystone High in the third quarter.IN seven offensive starters returning.



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4 Gray team won 14-6 over the Offensive tackla James McNeal |
Scarlet team in a hard-hitting Brad- and center Don McDavid are pro
ford High intrasquad game last bably the most improved veteran
Thursday night. May 18. players this spring, said Coach
Red team quarterback Reggie Hurse.
Sheffield got loose around the end The coach has also been very
for a 70( -yard TD run on the second pleased with the play of Derrick
play of the game for the Red team's Long at tight end. Long was a star-
six points ting tackle last year. Tackle Roland
-- The White team stayed in a hole Shatter tackle Keith Linzy and
FFA's Leading Edge... the entire first half but in the second guard Lorenzo Hall were also singled -
half the White line came out block- out as veterans doing a good job
FFA winners display their awards after their banquet Tuesday: even- to right, Krista Oehl Extemporaneous", Speaking Award Steven llardee. ingm and running back Clint Reed this spring.
I Inl(, May 16. In the back row left to right Kevin Jordan Outstanding Male Outstanding First. Year Student and Krisly Harrison Star Greenhand.1 punched into the endzone from less Andy Goodowns, up from the JV, |
Award, Billy Harrison, DeKalb Award Dnnnie Odrn. Star Chapter and Outstanding Female Award. than a yard after a 40-yard 10-play( has been "...a very pleasant surprise -
."armt'rward, Lisa Mosley Star Slate Farmer Award. Front row left drive to tie the score 6-6. said Hurse. The coach also 'Inoted
On the following possession Thomas McCutchen, Jason
quarterback Travis Long and runn- Norman, and Robert Hankerson.
II FFA IVfomtifwc Rprpivp Awardiit at fSari.rfi9ft. I ing back Keith Jenkins combined on Hurse has also been "very pleased ;d

.. ... a 22 yard pass play Then running with" Phillip Crawford, the only
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back Robert Hankerson got loose for ninth-grader on the varsity.
25 yards to the Red team's /4-yard Coach Hurse said the backs ran I I;
More than 220 people gathered at bably had the biggest parent and report several of the year's ac- Dekalb Award Billy Harrison. line. QB Long then passed to FB good. He was pleased with the playof I
the recently renovated main business support group of any FFA tivities including participation in the Other awards presented were: Clint Reed for a two-point conver- quarterback Reggie Sheffield and '
fairground building Tuesday, May chapter. FFA Annual Convention and the Special showmanship pin, sion to bring the final score to 14-6. the back up signal caller Travis
15, for the 1989 FFA Banquet. FFA "Your parents support you day in hosting of the 2nd Annual Bass Tournament breeding animal Billy Harrison. Head Coach David Hurse was Long. Long is primarily a defensive
holds an annual parentmemberawards and dav out." Ward said.. "I don't Smith also told the au- Horse regional proficiency award pleased with the hitting, blocking, player but will be the backup
banquet to recognize its believe I've ever seen a community dience that their chapter had a first- Lisa Mosley and defense of both teams. Coach quarterback. Coach Hurse noted the
members and give parents the where the businesses support you plarp exhibit at the JacksonvilleFair. Chapter animal showing awards Hurse ran the offense for both quarterbacks need to work on the q
chance to see what members have like they do in Bradford County Mel Summerlin Sean Starling, teams. Coaches Mike Sexton and passing game. Each ran one way
done during the year. Ward also praised the Bradford David Lizerbee, Brandee Moody Coach Roland Cummings handledthe and threw back to the other side
"Through your support and car- County School Board, Bradford High Smith said both of the chapter'stractor April Jones, Darren Evans, Don defense for both teams. while still running,a no-no. Both had ,
ing, we have had a successful year," School faculty and administration, engines had been overhauledand Roberts Tammy Mobley, Linda "We'll get after you" said Coach those passes intercepted, Hurse ;l''
Senior Chapter member Shannon and Superintendent of Schools Jim their cattle herd had been improved Barnes David Kirkland, Steven Hurse. There are spots to Improveon noted. I''
Carter told the audience in her Duncan for their support of FFA The chapter now hopes to Dyal, Alena Jenkins, Maryam ,such as the execution of the pass Hurse was pleased with the runn i
welcome address. "You have a wonderful group sup- continue a fencing project, dig Jenkins. Mike Quails. ing game. "You can always improve ing of Clint Reed, Clyde DeSue, Al r.
Jim Ward, director of vocational porting you," Ward said. several ponds and improve the roadsat Livestock judging award-Tommy ," Hurse noted.It Jones, and Robert Hankerson,
education in Bradford County and Bradford Senior Chapter the agriculture farm, Smith said. Hamilton, Kevin Jordan, Billy Har- is difficult to single out people, Keith Jenkins has been moved towing I:i
director of the Bradford Union Vo- Parliamentarian Andy Smith Some of the awards presentedwere rison, Donnie Oden Andy SmIth.Livestock Coach Hurse said adding that most back to take advantage of his 11
Tech, told members that they pro- highlighted In his accomplishment : judging pin Kevin players have made good improve- excellent blocking ability, Coach '
Public Speaking Kristy Harrison, Hamilton. ment this spring. Hurse said. !'I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Honorary chapter members -
\ Achan Jenkins Jerome Johns, Wayne Oden, Kerry
McKinney
; Need An Electrician? ..:, Alvarez ;Award Steven Hardee, Rowell, Orian Wells.Distinguished Girl Runners Compete
son of Mr. and \Mrs. Wayne Hardee. service award -
: call DAN WAINWRIGHT ;: Star Greenhand Award: Kristy Fred and Pat McElroy. Four members of the Bradford The
Harrison. High girls track team participatedin team total of 8,582 points and
the 1989 state heptathlon/ champ- 22nd place and Monique Williams
:: 964-9139 ;= Star Chapter Farmer Award StarkeElementary ships at John I. Leonard High Schoolin 3,338 points establishes school
Donnie Oden, son of \Mr and Mrs. Lake Worth last Friday and Satur- records.
Wayne Oden.Oulslanding. day, May 1920. Individual Bradford results:
36 Years Experience All Types Electrical r- 000 Discus
The heptathlon is seven events In- : Monique Williams 99'2",
: Work Single and Three Phase :. Female Member PRINCIPAL'S cluding running jumping, throwingand Aurilla Williams 52'2", Kim Hamp
Award Harrison. ton 52'4" Ramona .
Kristy Tennant 64'4"
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: Reasonably Priced Work : Outstanding Male Member Award MESSAGE..Welcome to Mrs. Amy hurdling.The 110 Yard Low Hurdles: Monique

U. a e e e . . e . e a. s. dan- Kevin and Jordan\Mrs. Diane, son of Godwin Dwayne Jor- Patton Kindergarten who will for be the substituting remainder of in Monique four Williams BHS competitors Aurilla Williams were, Williams Kim Hampton 17.3, Aurilla 21.3. Ramona Williams Ten-19.1,

the school term in the place of Mrs. Kim Hampton and Ramona Ten- nant 20.9.
Hull. nant. Coach George Loper and wife, 220 Yard Dash: Monique Williams
IMPORTANT DAYS: Thursday, Jeanie, accompanied the girls. 28.9, Aunlla Williams 27.5 Kim
May 25..Fourth grade awards The girls meet was won by host Hampton 27.6, Ramona Tennant
llalgllS'lMi2i assembly, 7 pmi, cafeteria; Fifth school John I.Leonard with a total of 32.0. -"" '
.- 0 h 0 0 0. grade awards assembly, 8 p.m., 12,585 points. High Jump: Monique Williams ,
cafeteria, Friday, May It was the first time BHS had ever 4'6", Aunlla Williams 4'8", Kim
26..Kindergarten awards assembly participated in such an event. There Hampton 3'10", Ramona Tennant

VsC ''st W' fc! *$' 'i ,$Ijp7"r'\l'i: JW' 8:15:MRS.a.m.TETSTONE'S, cafeteria. CLASS: An a were total 32 of teams 109 girls.in the two day event, 4'2"Long, Jump: Monique. Williams

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22nd
end of the year schedule was sent girls 14'6", Aunlla Williams 13'10'i"
home last week. Ask your child for out of the 32 teams with 8,582 points. Kim Hampton 14'5'/4", Ramona Ten-,
It. Remember our evening Individually Monique Williams nant 11'9'A".
Thursday, May 25 at 8 placed 36th over-all out of the 109
ceremony Shot Put: Monique Williams 32'7",
p.m. in our school cafeteria, Send girls competing. Monique scored Aurilla Williams 28'10Va", Kim
$1.50 for our June 2nd bowling trip. 3,338 points. Hampton 21'8'/4", Ramona Tennant
This money is due by Thursday with Aurilla Williams was 77th out of 29'7%".
the permission note for Starke Bowl- the 109 girls with 2,725 points. 880 Yard Run: Monique Williams 1
ing Lanes and Western Steer.A Kim Hampton was 95th with 2,519 3:08.9: Aurilla Williams 3:26.4: Kim
big thanks to our PTA for fun- points. Hampton 2:48.4: Ramona Tennant
ilO ding our 5th grade luncheon. Also, a Ramona Tennant was 98th with 2:47.6.:
big thanks for all our parents for 2,414 points. i

p. sending the banana split items. We '''15i>)VO': ,(i '''n' < > ,,"' ,:;, >. U')' << ,,; .
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,AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

I I Offer Not good expire with. 6/08/89 any other Captain,: DkJ. ; fat Offer good expire with. 6/08/89 any other Ca .DSI. I raID Q,{(,t7MFl PROBATE CASE NO.DIVISION B9.75.CP 2tchg Control 5/25,6/1 090

peclal or UlKOunt offer at W or discount offer at FILE NO. 1-4068
I participating Captain D.. Seafood -participating Captain D.. Seafood and the IN RE ESTATE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH
J EVA MAE THOMAS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD
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Deceased.

:I FISH & FRIES $2.00 j FISH & FRIES $2.00 jI | CRUSRDEY'' Th.NOTICE Administration OF ADMINISTRATION of the Estate of IN RE Th.Matter of CASE NO: B8476CA

Starring EVA MAE THOMAS Deceased. File The Adoption Of:

I Fish, Fries & Hush Puppies. I Fish, Fries & Hush Puppies. I II HARRISON Number Court B9-75-CP for Bradford, Is pending County In, Florida the Circuit a ROBERT minor.ALLEN JOHNS,

FORD Probate Division the address of which I. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
I expire. 6/08/89 Captain Dk i offer expire. 6/08/89 Captain Dfe.j Ipu 11)) Bradford County Courthouse, Post Office : ROBERT CLIFTON BURKE
Not good with any other Not good with any other.pa Drawer B, Stark., Florida 32091 Th. Address Unknown.
I W or discount offer atI Seafood I .pectal or discount otter.at SeafoodOffer 1p.nlcip.ung I names and addresses of the personalrepresentatives YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Captain Dl. participating Captain D' Petition for Adoption of the minor child,
and the
'
7:00 & 9:30 personal
I Ja Weekdays
- - - - - - representatives attorney are set forth ROBERT ALLEN BURKE, has bean filed In
Sat. & Sun. 4:30: ; 7:00; 9:30: below the above-styled Court. You or. further
- - - - - - All Intersted are notified that the Court waive consent
persons required to
file due to abandonment of the minor child
THE with this Court WITHIN THREE
;I Or Feed More With $2.00 OFF Value Or Thrift Pack I II THS NOTICE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF MON THIS and child.grant an adoption of the minor
BALCONYA : ((1)) all claims against the estate
I Value Pack includes: 12 fish filets french fries cole slaw and 8 hush Serves 4 I II II and ((2) any objection by an Interested You are required to serve a copy of
puppies. or more. Quiet Relaxed Atmosphere for person to whom this notice was mailed your written defenses, if any, to the ac.

I Thrift Pack includes: 8 fish filets,french fries,cole slaw, and 8 hush puppies. Serves 3-4. I II II Adults Only. Beer and Fine Wines the that chall.ng.qualifications the validity of the of the will, tlon name on and the address Plaintiffs' Is attorney DARLA, whose JEAN
personal
Served at our Balcony CHRISTOPHER, Post Office Drawer 40,
I I II representative, venue or (urlsdlction of
$2.00 off regular menu price Concession Stand. the Court. Starke. Florida 32091, on or before June
I Value or Thrift Pack. Captain DkSeafood I II ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 26, 1989, and file th. original with the
ADMISSION PRICESMain SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Clerk of this Court, either before serviceon
I I Publication of this notice has b.gun on the Petitioners attorney or Immediately -
Offer exp8/0B/B9. Floor May 25, 1989. thereafter: otherwise the
I Not good with any other I Personal relief requested In the Petition will be
Representative
peclal or discount ofT..t Adults $3.50 Child $2.75 : granted. -

I...panjclpitinf Captain Dta .J All Balcony Seats $3.75 Post FRANKLIN Office DELANO Box 368 THOMAS WITNESS MY HAND and official....ofthis
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Slarke, Florida 32091 Court. on this 23rd day of May 1989.
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Attorney for Personal Representative: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
.
A. J. THOMAS JR. By Carol Williams

This year the Heilbron Springs Volunteer'Fire',Department will be I Fla. Bar Office No.Drawer 060745Post 4078 Deputy Control Clerk 0914tchg53361S

trying to build a Fire station to house our trucks and equipment.We I Ft. lauderdale, Fl. 33338
want the Fire that be I((305)) 525-0931
new station to'be something everyone can -
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proud of. We already have the property and now 'all'we need is your help
Join the "Yb-Yo" Team fOrC1rL
with donations of money, matterials or labor to make this project successful.

We rely on donations from you to keep the fixation:: running. Ask yourself this question} -j- Sewing Souls

Is fire prevention and protection for you, your family, your home and property, worth a small .sum '

of .100 per day? That is equal to the Deposit on a empty drink bottle a day. What we are askingfor (

is Just .100 a day or $36.50 per year. Although, any donation larger or smaller would be greatly '. e Horn are created from these yoyos and

appreciated! We urgently need your donation to continue providing adequate fire prevention old in Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop.
e Fund are used to held one in need.
and for the If would be interested
protection growing community. you .
We now have more than 30 member on
in supporting us please send any donations questions and comments to the ; our team.

Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire Department Building Fund, J .0. Box 342,, Anyone Welcome or Groupe .' .

Starke, Fl. 32091. All donations are Tax deductible. We want. to Thank Interested? Call 064-7109:. or 864-5898

,' You for 'your support and look forward to serving you this coming year. 1 .. ,, .

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Company's Free Health Checks WelcomedBy


Senior Citizens at Starke SREC Center


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By Mark Frledlln have an Imposing amount of lo- succeed.." Camp said. "Everyonegets
BCT Staff Writer cal history represented at each along and everyone seemsto
Over 40 senior citizens In table with some of the most se- have plenty In common. It's a
Starke have their blood pre nior citizens in the area on growing program. I Just hope we
sure checked free of charge one hand. .can spread the word."
afternoon each month when You can get a fascinating Free blood pressure clinics are>
representatives from UpJohn glimpse of local history at the ([held at SREC In Starke every I r
Healthcare Services arrived at gatherings, but don't expect to third Thursday of the month. 7c
Suwannee River Economic linger In the past for too long. Free clinics are also held
Council's Congregate Meal Site. These seniors are still living for throughout the surrounding
Director Frank Camp, who counties on the following daysof
oversees a volunteer effort the present and have lively each month: 1st Tuesdays at
which Is responsible for the free comments on all the day's the Keystone Heights Older
meals programs and other pro- events, from news to social Americans Council; 2nd Tues-
grams for senior citizens, said Items to sports. The conversa- day at the Starke Older Ameri-
the company's effort Is not a tions are brisk and spirited, es- cans Council: 3rd Thursday at
pecially at the meal, SREC In Starke 3rd
one-shot thing but an on-going noonday : Wednesdayat J
program which has already when the hall is crowded and the Melrose Public Libraryand Time for a Check-up...
,many benefits that stretch far the smell of good food lingers In 4th Tuesdays at SREC in Starke citizen Haute Prescott center: ,get a free blood pressure check from Upjohn Dime Dee Plmlb,at left and
beyond the program's original the air Lake Butler. Elizabeth Randall,at right at part of the company'ongoing:roe checkup program In which the DUnN wit Starke'* I
Intent. We try to maintain a family An UpJohn Healthcare Ser- SREC Center on a regular basis.
"We have about 40 elderly peo- atmosphere here and.I think we vices office Is located In Starke. SREC Director Frank Camp*ay.the Kreenlngi are often a valuable tool for detecting other more.eriou healthpro.le.
... .
I pie who benefit in some way _._n *
from the meals program and
others and we try to keep a close
watch on their health" Camp
explained. "A blood pressure
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but It has helped alert me or the
staff about some of our people
with potentially life-threatening Oldsmobile Dealer for the
illnesses Last week we had a
,woman In here., Flossie
Prescott, who showed a very
II(high blood pressure on the test eystone Heights Area.
and had to be Immediately hos-
I pitalized. She was treated by her
physician and the UpJohn A
1989
people followed her progress at C-15QO Silverado
I her home until her conditionhad
stabilized. I wondered at the
time how long she might have go S14,43O.OO M.S.R.P

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I condition unless we picked It up r 1900.00 Reg. Savings
on the blood test Another lady _
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and Is now on medication which
may prolong her life." .C1500 Silverado Fleetside Short Wheel Base 1500.00 Trade Equity
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Camp pointed out an ongoing SILVERADO TRIM IRntU. FLOOR MAT
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"The UpJohn company Is pro- 66 Mos. at 11.0%APR $1500 Down Cash or Trade Equity Plus
viding a fantastic service with Tax.Tag&Fees W.A.C.
their blood pressure screen-
,Ings." Camp said. "It gives us
here at SREC a timely look at V" JS
the health of some of our older
people and alerts to to some
potentially serious problems 4
before they get out of control." iP1


Camp say one of his biggest
concerns are the elderly who
live out of reach of the SREC and *
Its program and may need help
without being able to receive It.

1 shudder to think of those who Jerry Miller Danny Nugent Terry Blakeslee DeBorah Rothberg Steve Lee
might be out there In need and Thi.
don't even know that we exist" '86 Bronco 4x4 88 Z24Convertible 1989 Chevy urjctj4.

Camp said. "This is an on-going Corsica .

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since It One
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hope to be able to say that we Onl
have at least contacted everyoneIn 1 $ );' Coupons good through May, 1989
this area who' might need Was$1 1,95 Left $12,888 9 999)- - -- ,.. - - -
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|think there may be many more Oldsmobile CHECK UP : lncludM SYSTEM FLUSH i
1989 86 Jeep I CONDITION I
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of others to call. We help ev- -f 4...., .. $4Q95cyl 1 1 ,Include. *turning. drums, $ X79951 s
eryone." 88 Chevy '87 Chrysler S 86 Chevy I Wtfljjy m II nd::.pMiynpnw I

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30 Special Athletes from Bradford CompeteIn -- SUN RENTALS I

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State Finals to Be Hedin_ Tampa June 2 TV's ."STEREO'S'L VCR's RENTTOOWN APPLIANCES


Florida Special Olympics has an- Sunshine Industries has been servo changes in personality are dramatic throughout the program to return FURNITURE
nounced that 30 athletes from Brad- ing the community for over 10 years. after they arrive and began workingand the client to living and working independently -
ford County will attend the Florida Mentally retarded adults of Brad-- socializing with fellow workerson in_the community. _
Olympics State Spring ford County who work and learn at a normal basis.
Lama to be held June 2-4 at the the facility gain extensive practical Sunshine Industries provide vocational To the clients one of the biggest
University of South Florida in Tam training and working experiencefrom training, daily living skills (a positive aspects of the facility is the
vital, but often overlooked part of warm form with
the program. relationships they .
Same Delivery
No Check Day
pa.More than 2,400 athletes from 53 Success stories abound. You have the program) and a productive wage the staffers, who obviously take a Credit ;
earning to clients the real No Down Payment Full 1 1/2 Yr.Parts&Labor
counties will participate in events in- only to visit the clients and staff job attending ongoing personal interest in
cluding athletics equestrian..soccer members to notice. program.Through. their..:_welfare and progress. No Lone Term Obligation Friendly Service
"Some of the clients who come the principals of "Nor-
and winners volleyball.at All and athletes district were here have been in institutions where malization", staffers emphasize activities The firm but easy-going attitude of THE BEST DEALS UNDER THE SUN
county com there was no creative output at all and programs to enable the the staffers make for a friendly atmosphere
petitions.Ken Executive Director of it stifled their mental growth,'land l handicapped person to become as at the center an atmosphere 1363 S.Walnut St. 9649059'Wal
Florida Magee Inc., Larimer said. "It's a completely different productive and as independent as which encourages them to Mart Plaza '
Special Olympics I
praised Bradford County for "their ,. situation here and the.. possible. The ultimate goal always progress.

outstanding participation. in this an-
nual athletic event.

Special Olympics is the world's ... .. .. ..' ', ,' ..
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largest program of sports training Winn-Dixie
and athletic competition for mentally -
retarded children and adults.
More than one million athletes com
in 16 Olympic type
.I' sportsesactivities held in over 20,000 TM +
communities in every state in the
United States and some 60 foreign
countries.
Over 12.000 athletes are currently
registered in Florida For more in-
formation contact Brenda Little-
John, county manager, at 964-6800
ext. 149. PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINItDIXIE LOCATION: .
One of the year's biggest success STARKE "
stories in Bradford County this year 470 W"T"" ""*TM T
MEATY
LEAN
has been the Bradford Association of SELECT
Retarded citizens' Sunshine In- DOWN
SMALL 3V2 LBS.
dustries new workshop located on
U.S. 100 along with a successful
placement program operating in CELEBRATE PORK
local community businesses and exciting g
plans for an expansion of the

facility.Community support has been SPARERIBS
strong and is continuing for the new .4S f
building which houses an added
workshop classroom and office AMERICA!
space to meet the needs of handicapped
citizens of Bradford County. r
"We are excited about how well
the new facility has worked out this
past year," said Executive Director .
Bob Larimer. "When the buildingwas WInn-Dixie has everything you'll need, from
completed we added 8,000
square feet of additional space chips and dips to W-D Brand steaks and go.
which was badly needed The new
Produce. And the
building houses a classroom, addi- Harvest Fresh you'll see
tional office spaces for the staff, and in service
an entire new workshop for the difference our quality, variety, good a .

clients.Local funding and community and Everyday Low Prices. Happy Memorial LB.
support was crucial to the project.We .
all have a lot to be proud of here, Day from your holiday headquarters, ;
businessesand
with our profit making
our successful community Winn-Dixie, America's Supermarket. -
placement program,which has been W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF

very Three well of received.the most" highly trained SPARERIBS . .L& $147

workers at the facility have received Want a quick meal?
jobs at local businesses around the _
Starke area and employers report We're cookin1greatlookin' HERRLICH VIRGINIA
outstanding success with their per- BAKED or
formance. D o food HONEY CURED
"This program has been very en-
couraging so far" Larimer said. for you! HAM
"This has been one of the most satis-
fying things we've done yet, both for 2 EACH THIGHS LEGS, BREASTS,
the clients and the staff here. It WINGS.LE POTATO SALAD,La 1 ..
gives them a real boost of confidence SLAW.LOAF FRENCH BREAD + $1g
when a worker can do so well in the FEEDS 44 HALF
business environment. We would FAMILY PACK BAKERY FRESH SMOKED NICE 4 BLOW"y'''
WHOLE SLAB OF
like to do this (community placement
) as much as possible becauseof FRIED CHICKEN APPLE DANISHCOFFEE B-B-Q POTATO SALAD
the positive aspects it has $109
demonstrated." DINNER CHEESE WALNUT CAKES SPARERIBS or COLE SLAW u

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Homemaker RASPBERRY mOO DELI TORTILLA
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SupportOffered EA. EA. OLD FASHIONED
$299
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designated each year to recognizethe EXXON 8UPERFLO lEi '! sill $2gg
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Events of. Interest '.



Aerobatics in KHThe I Fla. Folk Festival .


Northern Florida Acrobatic community could learn more about
The 37th annual Florida Folk
The Florida Folk Festival is sponsored
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Championships will be held at flying.Featured
Festival will be held Memorial Day
by the Florida
Keystone Airpark airport on Satur- flyers will be membersof Weekend Department of
May 26-28, at the Stephen State in
cooperation with the Florida
day and Sunday May 27 and 28.The the United States Naltional Foster State Folk Culture Center in Parks Service.
public is invited the event that Is Aerobatic Team. A total of 50 pilots White Springs, Fla. been Funding has also
only one of two such events held in from the southeastern United States There will be dozens of the National provided through grants from
expert Endowment for the
the state. will attend and fly their special
purpose Florida
craftspeople demonstrating,
Arts, Folk Arts and
Program, the
Al Brunson said it was an honor competition aircraft.
displaying, and selling their crafts. Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.
r for the Keystone Airport to have Programs of folk music and dance The Festival this featurethe
been chosen for the event. He said The public is invited at attend and are scheduled for 10 a.m.and 7 p.m., Florida Forest Industries.Admission .
0 0 0 u o i this Is also occuring close to Learn to enjoy a spectacular demonstrationof Friday,Saturday and Sunday. will be $7 for
Fly Month and he hoped that parents. flying skills.The airport is located Regional and ethnic food vendors adults and$1.50 for children.per day A two-
would bring their youngsters out to four miles north of Keystone Heightson will offer different types of traditional day adult pass is offered for$12,and
the event so the young. .people of the SR 100. food throughout the Festival. three-day adult pass is$16.
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1 Nursing Aide

Course OfferedLocal
ALL WeD
residents who are interestedin
BRAND U.S. a Nursing Assistant Course in
Fl CHOICEBEEF Starke this Summer(beginning May
r a" 22) should contact the Santa Fe
ISTRIMMED Community College Starke Center.
The six week non-credit course Is
BUNS : +
TO designed to develop a degree of skill
A i/4-INCH for nurses aides that will meet nurs-
De- @ ing home standards. Graduates
-- would
become Certified Nursing

U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' THERE'S NOTHING LIKE THE Law.Assistants as required by Florida

The cost of the course Is approximately
PREMIUM 9-11 LB. PKG. ALL STORESFRESH $80, which includes application -
tuition, lab fees and book.
WeD I WILL BE Applicants must take the TABE
OPENMEMORIAL test at the Bradford-Union VoTech

FRYER REG. HOURS Center.
JUMBO
For more information, please call
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the SFCC Andrews Center 9845382.Servicemen. .
DAY OF A W-D BRAND


QUARTERS FRANKS. US CHOICE STEAK ...

W-O IRAND U.S.CHOICI BONILUS Cpl. Jimmy Loiacano

TOP SIRLOIN I $77'THURS.WED. Headed for GermanyArmy

PRICES GOOD Cpl. Jimmy Loiacano from
STEAK . u W Starke is on permanent change of
MAY 25-31, 1989 W-D BRAND U.S.CHOICI.'ONILUS station leave before departing in

QUANTITY RESERVED...,RIGHTS. DELMONICO I $97 for June three for years.Bad Kissingen, Germany
-. -. = Cpl. Loiacano reenlisted In
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48 O STEAKS .ta January 1989 for four more years.
He is the son of Helen C. Jones of
W-O BRAND U.S.CHOICI HIP tONILISS Starke and Robert Loiacano of

au NEW YORK George.
$597 Loiacano received the Army's
LB. LB. STRIP STEAKS Commendation Medal for
u Meritorious Service from Dec. 30,
W-O lRAND U.S.CHOICI HIP 1986 to Apr.21,1989,while serving in
the Personnel Administration for
T-BONE $A77 Noncommissioned Officers at Ft.
U.S.D.A GRADE 'A' SKINLESS W-D REGULAR BOLOGNA or Campbell, Ky.

FRYER BREAST . ta *268 FRANKS . .s0Z 99C STEAKS t t IB.WO .
Sgt. Samuel Weeks

Now in TurkeyArmy
SELECT LEAN BOSTON FARMSTEAD FRESH
--i"A" BUTT FINE FOR BBQ PORK COMPLETE ONE-STOP Sgt. Samuel C. Weeks has
'= $980 BONELESS arrived for duty in Turkey. He is a
,$....: .tf PORK RIBLETS . . IAt: Fumitud SHOPPING WITH chemical operations specialist with
"> ) ROAST TRlMCiJT HAM ROAST the 10th Field Artillery Department.

L BEEF FLANDERS PATTIES . SLIL soil $498 $ 4 7 T; Weeks is the son Cleveland and
Rutha Weeks
,. S 1 'Ai 'SELECT LEANBOSTON BUTT 2 Supermarket M. of Lake Butler.

... $161 LB. BankWCommunity Smn. Dean Campbell
,LB. J PORK STEAKS .. ..'.:. .'11. '.." .. Finishes Basic

BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF ALL BEEF $9195
CERTIFIED LEAN Navy Seaman Recruit Dean A.
CERTFIED LEAN $191 GROUNDCHUCK BEEF PATTIES .12sox State Campbell, son of Stuart A. and
GROUND ROUND La w.o BRAND U.S.CHOICE BEEF CUT FROM TOP Maysel C. Campbell of Brooker,has
BONELESS FILLETS or Bank completed recruit training at
FARMSTEAD FRESH BONELESS $097 Memtxi FDIC Recruit Training Command In

HAM STEAK . u $291 7 LONDON BROIL. La Orlando.A 1987. graduate of Countryside
$18 FULL SERVICE BANK Baptist Church School in Orlando
HICKORY SWEET $499 SLICED ? $259 :Campbell: joined the Navy In
BONELESS HAMS La I LB. COOKED HAM January, 1989.

_
I HARVEST Pvt. Joseph Bellamy

EVERYDAY [ \ EVERYDAY FRESH Completes Basic
V
1 PRICE EVERYDAY Army National Guard Private
VDW LOW PRICE Joseph S.Bellamy,son of Henery F.
PRODUCE ind Maggie L. Bellamy of Starke,
i a1g las basic
ij : completed training at Ft.
vlcClellan.Ala.
_.
''FRUIT PUNCH pNNO'S .,.. ,.
Nature makes the produce.
He is a 1987 graduate of Bradford
I MAID' I PARTPIZZASSIZE WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. sigh School.
GATORADE I MINUTE_

__ HARVEST FRESH Pvt. William Bishop
_
YELLOWCOMI Stationed in Korea
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Army Pvt. William B.Bishop, son
__ )f Kathy Bishop of Lake Butler, has
__ 1 irrived for duty in South Korea.

_. EARS $119 Bishop is an anti-armor weapons
__ FOR nfantryman with the 503rd Infantry.


Smn. William Greene

1 FLORIDA Completes
; 1 1.11.YV4J.V1..l; [.4 : SUPERBRANO r" TrainingNavy
YOGURT 4) $1 00 ALL PRESTIGE FLAVORS Seaman Recruit William J.
SOUTH . ts I HA11$218 ,: Greene, son of Elsie and William J.
DEEP
HAMBURGER MILO CHEDDAR,COLBV MUENSTER, MONTEREY ICE CREAM. . IOESc Greene, Sr., of Lake Butler, has
completed recruit training at Orlando -
BANQUET 9 Fla.
DILL CHIPS SUPERBRAND19 19c

oIsoaRII STICK CHEESE. IS B CREAM PIES . IA EA. A 1988 graduate of Union County
e..: High School,Greene joined the Navy

gao PAR KAY SQUEEZE 85 c BACARDI 79 WASHINGTON STATE! RED in March, 1988

=. MARGARINE . IJ MIXERS . J sszzE U" IIIOC, DELICIOUS
Spec. Scott Sumpter
ARROW SUPERBRAND 57c SUPERBRAND $113 o\ APPLES Receives Army Medal
12P1.
'= $128 SOUR CREAM. sJi TWIN POPS . PI& Spec. Scott A. Sumpter has been
FOAM PLATES. io } 58C decorated with the Army Achieve-

Co1 ment Medal at Ft. Richardson,
FISHERMANS. WE WILL GLADLY (,'M." c""O La. Alaska.
I STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD
The Achievement Medal Is awarded -
1! ( i C FRESH SEAFOOD ) PURCHASES FREE to soldiers for meritorious ser-
7t/BO-GT.HEADLESS HARVEST FRESH C vice, acts of courage, and other ac-
'. 'WHITE 0 complishments. He is a medical
GROUPER LIMES. . IACH IFaES specialist with the 708th
SHRIMP ti FILLETS Maintenance Battalion.
r
I HARVEST FRESH
98C Sumpter is the son of William C.
ILIVE MAINE r $1.419 BROCCOLI IUN ICR and Patricia A.Sumpter of Keystone
LOBSTERS $399 Heights. He Is a 1983 graduate of
VIDALIA Keystone Hts.Jr.-Sr. High School.
sgg LB.u LB.III 39C
ONIONS .
..FRESH OCEAN $<959 SEAFOOD $ 199 LI.I Smn. Charla Cox

PERCH FILLETS .. u J SALAD ...... 1& Completes Basic

Navy Seaman Recruit Charla R.
Cox, daughter of Sharon K, Ellis of

CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT! Command recruit Keystone A 1987 training In Heights graduate Orlando.at,Recruit has of Rock completed Training Hill"> a


. Senior High School in Ironton, Ohio, i
she Joined the Navy In December,
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I Jury Finds Lennon Guilty of Multinle Char>s in Chase

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A J Jury found Jerome Rudolph Len- reason with him and offered to help a.m. where a lone black male had could have the vehicle but While _
please searching the area Officer arrest. As be
non guilty of the
multiple charges him susto
straighen out the misunderstanding
demanded from don't hurt *kA
money the clerk, Mack loot .
anyone.As Short
resulting from his arrest last after Lennon told him he was in came upon the suspect Inside the car,
November following a harrowing Tenneco trying to borrow knife threatening her with a razor-type the suspect attempted to start attempting to leave in a car from knocked at the shotgun Short held.A I
money. ,according to the clerk.When a the vehicle the deputy arrived and Bradford Hospital. Not ensued suspect
knowing the
Sunday chase through Starke. Lennon pushed Lee to the ground customer, James Dilts struggle writ the
Lennon,32,was a "'one man crime and took his gun injuring Lee's the store, the ,Dilts approached Boree thought his problems were driver was an innocent bystander, struck in the eye the butt of
that man ran. followed over. However, when the suspect Short told the two men to exit the
way spread like wildfire finger, leg and back in the process, the car shotgun.
through Starke",according to Assis- before fleeing. Lee who suspect and flagged Deputy fired at the patrol car no shots were and when the driver did not get out While Short was check the I
tant State Attorney Brian Kelly. The The incident was followed by protests was in the area. fired back since Deputy Lee was being Short was concerned about the pistol driver of the car for e injured -
four woman, two-man jury issued from the black community who Deputy Lee attempted to apprehend fired upon with his own service being with the driver. Lennon con. Lennon! fled In the city patrol
Lennon and tried to talk revolver. Lennon again took off tinued to walk toward Officer Shortas
guilty verdicts on six of the original questioned whether the officers used
him into returning to the store. Lennon .through the woods Short told him to hair that he wax See has ll!
charges; escape, strong arm rob- excessive force against Lennon. pushed Lee to the .
bery, attempted armed kidnapping, Lennon lost his right eye that day bed his revolver and fleed.ground,grab-
shooting into an occupied vehicle, during a struggle with Officer Mack While searching the area, shots i i
and grand theft auto. He Short.
escape was were heard from the
also found guilty of lesser included Officer Short stated following the area behind the
offenses of attempted robbery, attempted May 18 trial that he felt bad that Lee Presbyterian had Church where Deputy
armed robbery) and attempted Lennon had lost his eye during the again encountered the
suspect at which time
battery of a law enforcment of struggle. It was an unfortunate accident his patrol car
ficer. and he was sorry but he was only was fired upon. $100 RFB'EChoose
Lennon, who has no prior criminal performing his duty in trying to Boree Two of residents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
record, faces a possible seven-year keep Lennon from taking his for Heritage Villas, were leaving -
sentence. shotgun. "I am from the north,not a church when they were approached -
Special Public Defender Vic redneck and certainly have no racial by the suspect. According
Hulslander characterized Lennon said to Boree, the man pulled a gun on
as prejudices, Short.
a person who was in "mortal fear of The case against Lennon dates him, poked Boree in the stomach the floor without the seam and get up to a 4OO Rebate.
losing his life at the hands of an all back to a four-hour chase Nov. 6, with the barrel, and demanded he
white police department". Sunday morning and early after- get into his van. Boree said he was a
However the state in giving the noon, where most area law enforce- Christian and he was not afraid of
scenerlo of the Nov. 6 events which ment officers became Involved. The the gun and would not get Into his
led to Lennon's arrest, showed the incident, which could have resulted vehicle.After several attempts with
first law enforcement officer to in possible death and many more injuries negative results Boree said he told r
come in contact with Lennon was was calmly ended with the his wife to get out of the vehicle,
Deputy Gene Lee, a mild manner arrest of Lennon. placed his wife's shawl (that he was
man, who served civil papers. Lee Police were dispatched to the Ten- carrying) over the gun,gave the car
knew Lennon and his family, tried to neco Station on US-301In Starke at 10 keys to the man and told him he. Lrkett e'
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. ObituariesRobert


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E. Hall Licensed Practical Nurse. Survivors Include two daughters, : j
Survivors include her husband,
Robert Earl Hall, Sr., 52, of James E. Lindsey; two daughters, Mrs. Corine Green of Middleburgand ,
Swainsboro, Ga., died 16 Mrs. Barbara Allen of Mor-
May in Billie Sumpter of Keystone and Rita
Swalnsboro rilton,Ark.; three sons, Charles and
General Hospital follow- Hicks of three
Chattanooga;; sons,
ing an extended illness. Ronnie Lindsey and Steve: Brooks Eugene Blitch, both of Tampa, and H
,
Born Jan. 18, 1937 in Savannah, both of Ft. Lauderdale, and Ernie Wayne Wilkinson of Starke; three
Mr. Hall moved to Swainsboro three Lindsey of Chattanooga; nine grand- sisters,Mrs.Peggy Barker and Mrs.
years ago from Starke. He was a children and four great and Laura Mrs.Granvilfe Ellen, Ervin both of of Tampa Baton,
member of Airpark Baptist Church, grandchildren.
Rouge La. 17 grandchildren and 8greatgrandchildren
a veteran of the U.S. Army, and a Memorializatlon will be by cremation ; Seam.
heavy equipment operator and construction with burial at a later date.Jones Funeral
services held
Friday
worker. Funeral Home of Starke is in were
chargeof May 19 at the Chapel of Archie Armstrong Designer.
Survivors include his wife, Della arrangements. Tanner Funeral Home In Starke
Faye Howard Hall of Swainsboro; with Bro. Joe Ballinger officiating.In Solarian'It's ,. .
Mrs. e."s
three daughters, Ruth Hopkins of Mary WellingtonMrs.

Green Cove Springs, Dana Bishop Mary Hester Wellhngton, 88,
and Melissa Hall both of Summer- of Starke, died May 21 in North Fla. "
town, Ga.; two sons, Robert E. Hall, Regional Hospital following a brief Memory p ;"," ..r /" r
Jr. of Green Cove Springs and Allen illness. Of Roy JacksonEven ,/, f
Hall of Gainesville; two brothers, Born Oct. 8, 1900, in Putney, Vt., "
though you're not with
John E. and Steve us
Hall both of Mrs.Wellington moved to Starke 2t.
/ You will remain in
anymore always
Savannah three
; sisters, Sandra
years ago from Springfield, Vt. She
our hearts and minds.
Cannon and Phyllis Gay Hall both of homemaker and
Savannah, and Betty Hall of Sum- was Survivors a include a Protestant. The love IS and WILL always be an easy choice!
one daughter,
children.mertown, Ga.; and nine grand- Wilma Costa of Starke; two sons, just love as sweet you and as it miss was you yesterday.I dearlyl. Tarkett Lifetime<*I Inlaid Flooring Tarkett:

Funeral services were held May 20 Harold Starke E.: and and Lucius two grandchildren.R Wellingtonof Your sis, comes in 12' widths for seamless

in Airpark Baptist Church with Rev. Funeral services will be held at a Brenda Bradley installation in most rooms. Armstrong The world's most experienced flooring company.
Leroy Olive officiating. Intermentwas later date in Walpole Cemetery in Designer Solarian< '
in Dyal Cemetery under the Walpole, N.H. Jones Funeral Homeof
doesn't.
direction of Jones Funeral Home of Starke Is in charge of ar Card of ThanksThe And right
Starke. rangements. now you can save $2
kindness and sympathy of OUNTRY
Mrs. Eunice LindseyMrs. Mrs. Katherine neighbors and friends in our recent per sq.yd.on Lifetime
sorrow will always remain with us Inlaid Flooring, to
Eunice E. Lindsey, 58, of WilkinsonMrs. as a precious memory. Our sincere up
Melrose, died May 20 at her home Katherine Virginia Suddath thanks and gratitude for all those 50 square yards. ARPETS L::=1 Clwrtxrol"

following a lingering illness. Wilkinson,74,of Starke,died May 16 comforting acts? Over 60 colors to choose from. ..,.. Commie*
y Born July 13,1930 in Chattanooga, Also.. 1 thanks
a special to Jones
Tenn.Mrs.. Lindsey. moved to at brief Bradford illness. Hospital-following. *a-* Funeral Home for' their kindness ..Hurry --rebate offer ends May V/'1984: of Starke' .A -=- ,
Melrose in 1973 from Miami. She Born and raised in she and help and Don Denton for a Minimum purchase 15 square yards. Either Lifetime '0 it _.."
was a member of Eden Baptist Tampa, beautiful service. Inlaid Flooring or Lifetime grits*lnlaid Flooring.Offer 320 South Walnut Street G_
moved to Starke in 1980 where she
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1I I Karate Students Excel at State Tournament .


ByMarkFrledlln twice a week in classes sponsored by fortitude and determination of with assorted kicks and turns, going
BCT Staff Writer the Starke City Recreation Depart students who have enrolled in the "one-on-one" to warm up. Each
And Heather Safer ment. course. I can see these types of partner takes turns holding a small
BCT Correspondent Tang Soo Do Is the oldest form of changes In all of my students after a pad out as a target for the student's
Three karate students from the Korean Karate that exists, and like few months of lesson and so can flying feet, which which become
Martial Arts School In Starke,under other forms of the martial arts, it Is their parents and teachers." strong enough through training to
J the Instruction of Fourth Dan divided into skill levels denoted by Many of the patterns and exer- break pine boards with one swift
Masterbelt Rick Rosenbeck have colored belts a different belt for cises in the sport are based on a kick.
I successfully competed in the Tampa each level.Students. seemingly ritualistic series of "We are able to break boards and
\i I Classic karate tournament In Tampa start out with a white belt moves, and counter-moves which other objects with our feet as part of
this past Sunday, May 21. The for beginners, then progress to reaches its highest form when two the training, and that is always one
three students: James and Dwayne yellow, yellow with a green tip, experts meet in "free-fighting". of the first things people ask about
Wilkinson, and Kevin Figueroa, green, green with a brown tip, The moves may look stylized but when they think of the sport,"
returned home with tropies. brown, brown with a red tip, then to they are much harder to execute Rosenbeck said. "It's dramatic to
This Saturday, May 27, at 1:00: red and black. than the casual spectator might ex- watch, but it's Just a small Indica-
there will be a karate testing for the Red belt students are then eligible\ pect from just watching.The tion of the overall physical skills the
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promotion of rank. Everyone is In- to begin the arduous and time- moves are designed for close martial arts require. '
vited to attend this testing and any consuming process it takes to quarter, unarmed self-defense, tak- Two of the students demonstratedthe
karate classs held Tuesday, Thurs- become a "deputy" black belt, the ing techniques which were used by technique.Rosenbeck .
day, and Friday nights from 7:30: to beginning stage of the black belt fighting men from a time in which held out a a two-inch-
9:30. Come and watch the level which then progresses through physical skills could literally mean thick pine-wood plank firmly
fascinating art of Tang Soo Do eight levels up to Grand Master. the difference between disgrace or secured with both hands at about
Karate I Students are tested every three honor,life or death. chin level.
Martial Arts School Just performed months to progress up to the green The students at Rosenbecks' 11B
in a karate demonstration on Call belt level, then at six month inter-- lessons begin their practice sessions See Page
Street, May sixth. They will be performing vals through to the brown belt level.
in another demonstation Aspiring Black Belt students may
downtown on Call Street Saturday, only be tested once every two years.It Arts Center
June third. takes plenty of dedication to the Performing
goal, to say the least.
The popularity i of this sport for is "Karate has changed my life, I Jingles ji Lessons in
rapidly increasing, especially
think it would do the same for
younger students,who's high school anyone," Rosenbeck said as he kepta i.:! Commercials Piano
coaches and teachers have found firm by friendly on his "
1 how many benefits everyone involved students at a recent eye lesson. "It m Banquet I" Voice
can acme from karate training. becomes much more than a sport if Services =-
i The sport takes skill,coordination, you stick with and find out all the
fI- determination and a bit of courage. benefits it can have. After a while Enrollment Open: White Glove Course, a Class in Etiquette
The type of karate is called Tang the martial arts become a way of For Information or Enrollment, Call: Lavon Drivas
Soo Do Karate and was taught to life. Besides making the students
Rosenbeck, who has a third degree more physically healthy and fit, I 9646846LAW
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Karate Award Winners... centers across the United States. OFFICE OF
Instructor Richard Rosenbeck stands behind his martial art students Rosenbecks's second degree took
who won In the Tampa karate tournament held last weekend. him 10 years to earn, one indicationof LANSING J ROY
From left to right,James Wilkinson 13. stands In front of his two first the time and dedication it takes to 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
place trophies for fighting and forms.James brother Dwayne Wilkinson advance in this sport.
10, displays his second place trophy for fighting. Kevin Kigucroa.6, also Rosenbeck teaches his students at Keystone Heights, FL 32656
won two first place trophies for fighting and forms. the old armory building in Starker
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I Crime & Delinquency Council Officers Installedby ..:, I

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Jo.GIll y tion and Parole Committee in the in his jurisdiction.Judge time for this year passage. Some JIM-B
KT Staff Wrlt.r Legislature. Tom Elwell, County Judgein stratified system for granting gain ; O
New officers for Chapter V, the You are Retting scarce." she Alachua county received recognition time will evolve, Dugger says. Bradford
Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency in the area of Judicial Service, Some privatization within the
(FCCD) were installed at a and stated he Is planning to run for prison system will be seen in the Chiropractic Center
ceremony held at the Reception and i( circuit judge next July. forseeable future, but if competingwith .Starke Office
Medical Center training complex in #1* 1 ) Elwell was cited for his role as the state on an even basis, I
Lake Butler, Friday night, May 19. teacher,at SFCC and LCCC,in addi- "they cannot compete,"he says.A 218 S. Walnut St.
Edward Sands, Assistant tion to his duties as former prosecutor private prison will be built in
Superintendent at Lawtey Correctional and now judge. Florida soon, Dugger thinks. Next to the Chamber of Commorco

Institution, will take over the
reins as President of the local Guest Speaker... FCCD... 964-4957 O
chapter which encompasses several Speaker for the evening was The Florida Council on Crime and
counties in northeast Florida. Richard Dugger, Secretary of the Delinquency was chartered by the
Other officers seated at the Department of Corrections."It state of Florida in 1964, as a non pro-
ceremony are Vice President LindaK. is good to be home," said Dug fit corporation.It Is dedicated to promoting PAIN CONTROL TV
Gillingham, Secretary Pat high professional standardsand
Honour and Treasurer Dr. Norman ger.The legislature is giving us double an educated citizenry in the field .Headache
Sliwa. anything they have given in the pastin of criminal justice.It .Neck 4 Arm
Sands Is a Past President of the expanding bpd space, he said. has an interest in improving the .Mid Back INJURIES
Council,and has been affiliated with This year about 9,000 beds will be ad- functioning of the entire criminal .Low Back& l.eg .> Work! Related.
the council for the past IS years. He ded to the system. In 1987 and 1988, justice system. Its educational programs .Sport
has been with the Department of RJ about 4,000 beds were added each are designed to foster an In- i .Personal
Corrections 16 years, and has been year. terchange between professionals in .Auto Accidents:
Assistant Superintendent at Lawtey Cost containment is a goal to keep law enforcement, the courts, and
Correctional five years. He has also foremost in mind, he says. "An 8 to corrections, as well as citizen DR. W. DAVID SIKES
held the office of Vice President of I- ---" 10 million dollar cost overrun every volunteers. .. DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
the council, and is a member of the Richard Duggersaid year cannot be continued Indef mate- Through the years, FCCD has CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
State Board of the Council, and is ly," continued to focus the attention of its
Chairman of the American Correc- referring to the 9,000 new beds Modest salary increases of 3 and members and the citizens of Florida TilE TEAM APPROACH
tions Association Affiliation Com- authorized by the present 3>-2% .with an additional 1 or lVi% upon the needs of tins state's
mittee. legislature, and the need for person be the stan lu educa- NEED IT
later in the year seem to criminal justice system. CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU
Linda Gillingham is employed by nel to manage the new prisons to be dard this year, be said. It is doubtful tional programs at the state and HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK
the Department of Corrections Probation built. that a per diem increase will occur local level have addressed a wide
and Parole office, and is a The Distinguished Service Awardin this year. variety of problems facing the state, V 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Law Enforcement went to Jerry
CPO-II at Gainesville. She is a Whitehead Sheriff of Union County. Some changes in the policies and explored numerous alternativesfor Office Hour Mon-Frl 8'30-8 OO o m Sat Btf A olntmpnt
graduate of FSU with in time in the making those problems.
degree regarding gain are meeting
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Business. She has served on the laws in Union County and Lake but will not occur this year. **********.._.ww.wwwwww& & & & & -L--L-----x p' '"p
Mewmbership Committee, Program and keepint crime minimal Changes,: are in the hopper but not in
Butler!! *
Committee, and Fund Raising Com- *
mittee of FCCD, in addition to serv-
ing as Treasurer of the Council for Summer Sizzlin' Ladies Choice *

1988-89. Deals.. ..... *
Norman Sliwa, DDS, received his *
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has been with the Departmentof summer. EXTRA CHARGE ...... WEEKLY: >.f
Corrections for seven years,all at ,I Unlimited'' :
UCI. She has been assiciated with $12.50 *
the council most of those years. Front End Alignment
Previous to her position in 12 93 *
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Also leaving were American cars & trucks. Metallic
President Susan Dugger and parts extra when required. Rear 2 895 each 180 S.Lawrence Blvd. *'
Secretary Sam Bassett. Treasurer NO HIDDEN COSTS ON DRAKE SPECIAL!
Linda Gillingham moved up to Vice *' t ,.. Key nelIeightstFL., *
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In the area of Corrections, the P205-75R14 $46.00 $39.00
award went to Thomas L. Barton, P215-75R15 $50.00 $41.00
Superintendent at Florida State
Prison. P235-75R15 $52.00 $45.00
"I had a lot of good tutoring"to be-
ready for the job at FSP, Barton [Air Conditioning *
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Saturday afternoon, May iO, per- Bradford County"School District in 7,600 square feet which included four
sonnel of the Lawtey Correctional February 1973, it was known as the :Sunday School classrooms.The l'JGV Biscuit
Institution were honored for their Old Anderson School. Institution currently is designed -
service to the Department of Correc- The first phase of expansion was to accomodate 554 inmates with a 'FR ; Nith Gravy
tions. funded by the Florida Legislature in I maximum limit of 834.Up to a maximum
Forty-two persons received ser- 1977, and a second phase was I of 50 medium custody inmates \
vice pins from Ed Sands, Assistant authorized in lflA I may be housed at LCI.

Superintendent of the institution. -- .. .--- ,.- ..._ H ...rtthxna11 qr9
One twenty-five year pin was COffee
awarded; to Eslal C. Moody, who 5 $
started with DOC in October, 1963. 3fts FREE ilcchase
Receiving a twenty years Bakery
service was Carolyn Fuqua, who
began with DOC in August 1968. s
Charlie Gillis,John S McWilliams, i
Donald E. Meier, David A. Full Service 7
Newsome, Hebert E. Sands, Ken- a.m. -
neth W. Shuford and Harold J. 7 p.m. or Self
Wallace, each honored
were for fifteen -
years service. Service gasoline
Vernon S. Barber, Frankie J.
Blackburn, Dementre Robinson, and every kind of
Kenneth W. Sterling, Mitchell L. convenience item
Stewart,David A.Thigpen,Curtis L.
White,Shirley M. Gnann and James you can think of.
Hagan received honors for ten years a
service.
Having completed five years ser-
vice with DOC were: Randall A. 115 S. Temple Ave.
Awards Presented.:
Anderson, Alvin Andrews, GlendaW. I OPEN 24 HOURS Corner US 301 & SR 100
Bass,Dail R. Buchanan, Eric V. Ken Shuford.back to tuner*,receive i 115 year ervice pin from Assistant Starke
Carroll, Mattie J. Charles, MichaelG. Superintendent Ed Sand,at an award tremony' Saturday.May 20,held at
.Clemons,John E.demons,SteveW. the D.L.Shuford Training' Complex. .
Crawford, Robert L. Eunice, -
Herman J. Fountain, Kevin Griffis,
Randall J. Higginbotham, Sammie Phase one facilities included four
J. Johnson, Delbert L. Jordan, 60 man dormitories, one.100 man '%
Jewell H. Landy Bruce E. Massey, unit, a dining cornplex administration ;
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the cob, there were games and activities firehouse, maintenance shops,
for all. A fishing contest, warehouse and industrial shoe fac- ; i 44n"
volleyball games, bean bag toss, tory were included in phase II.
cake walk, a dunking pool, horse The shoe factory was taken over
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HOMES ANIMALS & PETS LOSTFOUNDREWARD WANTED A Tradition of Trust I

FOR SALE FOR SALE ELEGANCE THI COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba, concrete block window treatment. I

) Gray ft white dog croppedears WE BUY Spanish moss, turkey oak cuttings 3 ceiling fans, CH8A stove, relrlg DW, garage with door opener antenna
HOMES FOR SALE SHIH-TZU AKC Registered puppies, $200to and silver chain. He Is our house cypress knees. For Info call ((904)) with rotary booster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
HUGHES MOBILE HOMES Stork $250. 9648401. 5/11TF pet. Lost between 235 & Bayless Hwy. 364-5601 collect. 8tpd 4/27.6/15 garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and lo y
EAGLES NEST HOMESi kit form or REGISTERED PIT BULLS 3 males, 2 May 11. Call 9647670. Itpd 5/25 WANTED-RAILROAD lanterns, keys, Susan table hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
females, under 15 months. Asking $150 china locks, silver. Joe Box .
reeled shell 3 men. 3 day. 9648447or Reiner beautifully landscaped.BRICK
eves 4733627. 4/20TF each. 9647628. 2tchg 5/18.25 8632, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33310. Itpd HOMEi 4 BEDROOMS, 3'/ BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre foyer I
WALKER HOUND needs good home. Call
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES 964-4583 alter 6:30: p.m. Itchg 5/25 BOATS 5/25 IR, DR kitchen w/ refrlg, range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundry I
from $1.00 (U Repair). Delinquent ton BASSETT HOUND PUPPIES AKC room and an office, CHAA enclosed corport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
property. Repossessions Call Registered shots, wormed health.. 1984 GLASSTREAM bass boat good con back yard with security lights. Only $71,000.
602-838-8883. ext. GH3493. 3tpd papers. Call Crawford home 496-2117 dition. Assume payments. Call after 5 BEAUTIFUL KINGSIEY IAKEI 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated3BR I
5/18-6/1 home, or 964.5913 work. Itchg 5/25 p.m. 289.7037 or 2897210. 4tchg Classifieds Ads 1 %BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR, 1BA MH, beach dock. $190,000 I
SHIH-TZU AKC Registered Puppies. 5/11.6/1 RAIFORD LOVELY HOME SITE 2 BR, 1 Ba frame home on 1.63 acres. Cleared
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964 B878 Get Results!
t175-$200. 9648401. 5/11TF A landscaped, only S 20,000 II
BEST BUY: 3/1 from., central A/H. In
town S26.000. LAND FOR SALE CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA wood
heater built-in 25x15 3 oth.r buildings, 2 lots of trees,
WORTH THE MONEY: 3 BR, 2 ba, on State stove patio acres I
Rd. 230. Living/dining room family garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. 80.000
room with fireplace, garage and complete 100 ACRESi six room house and barn. MATHEWS REALTY KEYSTONE! 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB 3 BR/IBa carpet cent heat windowair
satellite system Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. (t stove, refrlg DW. 2 ceiling Ions, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 38.000 '
3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA Phone 964-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTt 2 BR. 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 16.000 'I,
enclosed patio on 1 acre, close to LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: In city no Q 964-4469 IN:: HWY. 301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45.000
mobile homes Zoned for modular -R
town. homes. 5000. Call 964.5764 from 8.5 MEM BE REALTOR PINEBREEZS SUB 3 BR 1''A ba brick, CHSA 100.109 lot REDUCED to$ 39,000 II
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 p.m.; after 5 and weekends call wnen selling real estate, why settle for telling the whole N.W. eSth AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba S acres $ 75,000 I 11
FOR SALE BY OWNER Small frame FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235. 15 minutes from Starke. 3 I.
964.5251.3/16TFrw
house town... when you can tell the whole world? .
In ..
country. Lots of yard 8 tr. .
BR/IBa 70-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility
$18.500. 964-8602 after
6 p.m. TFjmm RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 building training track I Let's Make an Offer Today I
THREE BEDROOM. 2'/i bath. 2 MOBILE HOMES
story LANDI I LOTS OF LAND In every direction HOMES GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA: 3500..f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths< two I
frame 16x16 storage, attached KEYSTONE 1983 Fleetwood
niceCLASSIC
garage from Stark.. From $1.000/acre with EZ : BRICK BEAUTY: CommuteStarke \Vi baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2V4 acres with sprinkler system sunbathing
with storage 44x28 shelter 14x50 floor plan, 3 BR, 2 bo CHSA, full Gainesville Lake Hampton
terms. decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
mobile home 10 74000. Call .
on acres. .
SPRING SALI 3BR 2 ba 4 CloseIn. length F/R patios, dbl. Oaks. 1987 Immaculate. See to
collect. 0-259-6649 Patricia Gray Real. on acres appreciate. ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you todayl I
motorhome/trovel trailer with
ty. 5/25TF Reduced to 29500. port BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba. CB wood floors, 1185..f.. 5 acres $ 60,000
95% FINANCING available for packagedeal 11 ft. clearance, chain link fence. .TWO BEDROOM 1 BA nice lot CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin.98 ft. on water BR/I Ba. $ 90,000 I I
mobile home 1987 CONCORD 3 BR, 2'/ ba has I
on land well septic 13000.
KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB:3 BR, 1 lBo, 1500 s.f., wood frame $ 50,000 I.
REAL
ESTATE and pole, set and ready to lot with wood frame house,
up move extra cityDELIGHTFUL STARTER HOME: great
BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
OUT OF AREA Inl l RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 utilities. condition solid Cherry Street. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHSA so near $ 40,000 !
.* 1973 NEW MOON 12x60 with ap NICE IL QUIET PLACE TO LIVE: HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba. CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots FIVE ACRES 2 wells 2 septic tanks, prox.105th Ave.10 acres North of Lawtey Southgate, 3 BR, 2 ba brick. Also 3 BR MH, IVi ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm. I

river access $5450 Each. Nomoney large In-ground pool fenced on 3 LAND HOMES ft ACREAGE .....COMMERCIAL.... '
down $65.41 sides, 225. THERESSA AREA 1 Acre, 3 BR, 25.11.
monthly. Owner on Hwy. Asking $25,000.
100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels. NICI APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE: 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished oneBR I
1-236-4579 16222438. 1/7TF 9647628. 3tchQ 5/18-6/1 Bath 1564 s.f.
or home 55000.
Lawtey 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
Union 135 2700
Cty acres sq.ft.
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cooling unit In each $147,000
; ;t .Nbi: I.L Dl :L ND.. i 125 frontage. brick home. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE apartment.HEIGHTS: 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldgs.,

'.. .. paved parking. Good business Opportunity $220,000
Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan Associate LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acre, 301 S., Reduced to $85,000

"RIVER ROAD 441 W. Madison St. Starke I Dolly Simpson Associate .301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000
PLANTATION"North SUPER COMMERCIAL I Gr.at two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60,000
'301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 83,000

of Lawtey on County Road 125 1 1/2 c. RENTAL ON CALL STREET
Call for Lot Listings I
Miles West of US 301 ONE-OF-A-KIND in \ :O' .J$ DEi $E\\ After Hour

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the Lawtey Area!I Ann. TstrwIIUgar Nolton, . . . . . .473-7541

This 200 rolling acres of beauty is being offered In BY OWNER. Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . . 964-3160

2 1/2 to 20 acre parcels Some with St. Augustinelawn Debra Connaughton. . . . . . . 964-2833

Some with Fish Ponds Some with 4 Inch e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home in Fairbanks... $150.000 Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . .964-4223

Wells ALL WITH OWNER FINANCING AND E-Z e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In

TERMS!I Hawthorne .$25.000 & Up
e Lakefront Acreage for sale 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn

HURRY FIRST TIME OFFERED Alachua County

THERE WON'T BE ANY MORE LIKE THIS!! e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA .$185.000
e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton
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., Rodman Reservoir ...$25.000

e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup. CR 22g- N.W. .28th St.Starke'.964613HERITAGE ,
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eIt 'iB'I Jt !.gE tt 11 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey:290' on 301 "-

t,., For Sale or Lease.
f9,6.1.w'Sg'Z:8.' : : 200 Acres nearTheressa .$1,000 Acre

.,, Building Lots In Smokertse Subdivision Keystone $5.000 VILLAS

.. i 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .$22.500

e 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey .$15.000
e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6.500 Each 607 Bradford Court in Starke
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e 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake Keystone Hgts. $65,000 Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted I

e New 2 BR 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd Starke $55.000 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.

Rental Information and applications are available at the

Rental Office 607 Bradford Court. Starke
BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY .
s Equal
Ronald E. Newman Sr. Call 964-6216 T""r Housing

i 964-6881 Evenings Call 373-956O Mon.-FrL O-5:3O: p.m. _LZZLJ Opportunity

y Instant Financing e No Points Reasonable Interest Rates .. ,

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Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R.l00. 221 Lafayette St. Be..ar


.SARATOGA HEIGHTS Low $40. Nice family neighborhood.' 0644522T : 'J c"' r Hwy. 301 S. I'

*NEW LISTING Hampton Lak., executive home on the water. 1.7 acres MOM' SWUM_ Starke, Fl. REALTOR
FISHING SKIING OR SWIMMING This lake lot Is for you! Call for details! '>4TTm..Dodf".'iMSA. CRA Patty Kay Elder;MMv
1 ACRE LOT with well septic and power pole. $7,000.A .. -' HOme! tr" Lots/" Acreage S Waterfront ,

.* LITTLE WORK A LOT OF VALUEI I 3/2 on 1 acre. $3J,000. ''Op*! Pickson LiK.ll* C Spiyrtlf / Fauna L Commercial.I
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VETERAN NEEDED Assumable non-qualifying 'loan. 3 BR, near schools.
*LEASE OPTION available on this 3 BR home In the country. ACRES 3 BR/2BA Brlcked-ln Doublewlde, CH&A, 20x30 Workshop Fishj j
*MIMOSA DRIVE Almost new 3 BR, 2 ba brick many extras. REALTOR Quile. .- s riynn533282 pond Well > Septic.
HAMPTON LAKE! Waterfront lots available. PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/1BA A-Frome. Porches All Around Stove Refrl | .
*HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful setting for this spacious 3 BR 2 ba over 2300 s.f. SMlll: SertV i and Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove, 24x50 Pole Barn M.tal Tool Shed axil,6 |
home. ; Acres.
*CRYSTAL LAKE) over 4,000 ..1. home, many extras. Call for private showing LOVELY LANDSCAPING 3BR/2BA Modular Home Like New CHAA Stove, j
COUNTRY LIVING with a modern flair. Over 4 acres with custom 1400 ..f. R.frl a Drapes, Swimming Pool Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg 12x12 .
doublewlde. Complete with pool decks, and your own private nature troll. Priced 20 ACRE FARM erne SR 225A< 229 large Lot.
In $40s. $ BR(split plan).2 baths OLD FASHIONED ELEGANCE Lovely Two-Story From. Home. 4BR/2BA. .
10 ACRES-LAWTEY AREA with mobile home. CH&A. FI'. S yrs.old. Large Living and Dining Roams. Family Room Kitchen B Laundry, Floor J
BUILDING LOTi Hwy. 230 East $3,500. Planted pines, creek and much morel! Furnace AC Unit Large Landscaped Lot. I
FOUR BEDROOMS with five acres surrounded by pecans. CHURCH STREET 2 BR/1 BA From., CH&A, Stove t Refrl 1536 SF, Nice Cor. '
LOTS IN TOWN $3.100 each. II A Few o/Our Many Listings ner Lot. '
*HAMPTON OAKS Energy efficient home. Less than 2 yrs. old. B.autlful..ttlng. ..LEASII'URCHA5EI $1500 down. $230/mo. Clean home. ON THE WATER 3 BR/2'4 BA; Two-Story Log Home, CH&A, Stove, Refrl iDishwasher I .
*LAKE BUTLERi Canal lot. only $3.500. SOUTH US SOIf 3 plus acres, metal building and mobile home. Excellent buy, 3000 SF, Front t Back Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well Sep-I
*MYRTLE STREET 3 He Large Lot.
BR 2 Ba, just reduced. Hurry I
ONE ACRE BR. 1 Ba priced to ..11. $27,900. *NEW ON SR 230 EAST :3 BR, 2 Ba, 2 car garage. IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB large Living i Dining Room Family Room
HANDYMAN SPECIAL: 12000. COUNTRY CLUB WOODS) Building lots, city water 8 sewer. Kitchen w/Breakfast Nook QUA, Enclosed Garage, Well a Septic. 3 .
.*COUNTRY CLUB AREA 2 Beautiful building parcels over 2 acres each I WELL 4 SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, toned for MH. Acres.
SANTA FE LAKE LOT 7 GET AWAY FROM IT All :2BR/2BA Well < Septic 9.5 I
canal lots. 134 ACRES Paved road frontage, 4 miles to Starke. MH. Acres on New .
FOUR ACRES owner financing off 100A. *J BEDROOM HOME on 10 acres 12 pecan trees In Starke. only $52,0001 River
I SELECTED PROPERTIES
CHRISTIAN ST.i 2 building lots. BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick 8 cedar farm home, 4/295, 72 acres.
DEERWOOO S/D) Large 3 BR, 2 ba brick veneer approx. 3/4 acre, lust .ON SOUTH US :301) 5 plus acres with home > barn. Owner financing. WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. Lot or Mobile Home Lot, 100x200 leet.
remodeled. ,*FOREST HEIGHTS Building lot on SR 16 West. Owner financed. HOME BUMS LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water ft Sewage, Owner Financing.
*FOUR ACRES) Doublewlde, kitchen equipped.MELROSE LAWTEY AREA nice home, CHSA on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D Brooker.'
: nice building lot w/lake privileges. i BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates, nice area. FOUR I-ACRE TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing. I
*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDEi an 1 acre, assumable mortgage. I *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful high C dry lot, area's finest home. THREE J-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing. I
..f. CH& S LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water.GOOD .
COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 A. acre, paved road extra nice. .
RENTALS AVAILABLE Club 3/294 1800 s.f. COMMERCIAL LOCATION Hwy.301 N., Two-Story CB Bldg w/llvlng
*ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country over fireplace, range,
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT Lawtey $180. refrlg., DW on 1 acre, assumable mortgage. REDUCED I Area Upstairs, 6400 SF. Owner Financing.If .
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT $235. ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Road. Will Divide.
*BRICK IN STARKIi 3 BR IVt Ba CHSA. 47000.
: *EFFICIENCY utilities Included $243. of 10 Acre Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well) a Septic. Owner Financing.
HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2M on 1 acre lots extras. See this on..
TWO BEDROOM mobllle home $283. e Acres Well Septic and Power Pole. Cypres Fond.
S. CONVENIENT TO STARKS OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f.
*COMMERCIAL SPACE AVAILABLE on 301. 6 ACRES > Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water Sewage.
*J4 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture, beautiful oaks,
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*COMMERCIAL OR LIGHT INDUSTRIAL space available, $400. barns, cross-fenced, water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. 3 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy. 16W.
i OVER 100 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home. Cty Hwy 125W.
::. r 1 mile to Country Club 2 miles to Starke. Only $ 500 per acre. i ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .
Call One of Our Prof esslonally'Trained PLEASANT GROVE AREA 13 acres w/well i septic. Very private.Call Vt, ACRE Zoned for Mobil H_. Hwy. 16W.

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Staff Todag..964-5069 Us About MAKE YOU. NUT STOP AT ACCELERATED
"LAKE LOTS HOMES ACREAGI AFTER HOURS! --__.
; After Hour Call These R.oitorAssociates: "BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIESWe W.", .Douglas.*"-"" 8111 Ones .f44-4444 <
,.d .Irene L Faulkn _.9&4-5142 Bill 00401 .'".7401 Nevis W.... .'.4-744 I
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CARS. TRUCKS. VANS FOR RENT YARD SALES HOMES FOR SALE REAL ESTATE MOBILE HOMES

Ifl7 TOYOTA CAMRY loaded, take FOR SALE
ov.r poym.nts or refinance balanc. MOBILE HOMI LOTS with city water, GARAGE ALI Frl. < Sot., May 26 8 27, LAKE COTTAGE for sale on Spring TO 30 ACRES with large concrete
for lower payments 964.8569 .sewer cable TV. 944-7491. I/12TF, 9 until. Keystone Oak. Dr, off 100 lake $60,000 coir.. Swim, ski fish Kitchen bornt. Alto, new doublewlde on 1 acre
9644545. 4tchg 5/4.25 or FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city West, follow sign. Beginner's com 2 BR/1 BA, IR/DR comb., porch, or larger In country. Call 496-3939, USED DOUBLEWIDES Three to choose .
1974 DELTA II OLDS. 4 door, $41O.! Call water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. puter small boat car, clothes Itpd wall, utility room sandy booch. days 454-1599, evenings, tfn/chg. from In stock. We finance, 5 percent
964-7235. 3tchg 5/11.25 "'.7498. 1/12TP 3/25 4733151. 4tpd 51161NEW 1/19 down. Call 7555114. Circle B Mobile

111 NISSAN SENTRA WAGONS look. HALF ACRI MOBILE HOMI LOT for rent. LARGE MULTI FAMILY YARD SALI DESIGN! 1989 slnglewide, 2 BR, THREE-1 ACRE LOTS In lake Butler city Home, Lake City, Flo. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29
good run. good. $4.000 or best offer. Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF Household Items, crafts, china, collectable spacious design now only $163 month. llmltt. S.W. 6th Street. $8,000 each. CHILDREN Energy efficient 28'x70. 4
9642483. 3tchg 5/11.25 FRANKLIN N.C.I Two BR furnished cot- S lots more. Sat. A Sun, 9tll. C. 964.9172. Itchg 5/25 Owner financing. Ideal I home .It... bedrrom, 3/4" plywood floor,
'12 CHEVY CAPRICI station 9 tage. View beautiful mountains from Hwy 21 4 miles South of Melrose on SHOP All YOU WANT, than ba a proud Contact Linda Bole at 496.3601 5/18 maionlte siding, shingle roof. $245 per
passenger, PS, PB, cruise control wagon cold deck. $200 week. 9647210. 4tchg right. Itpd 5/25 owner of this NEW 14x56 Fleetwood. for 3tchg. 6/1 month. Call 755-5115, Circle B Mobile
AC; elec. door., windows, ; 3/4-25 RUMMAGE SALE AMVET Post 86 only $9,999 Hughes Mobile Homes, Homes, Lake City, Fla. 5/18 7tchg.6/29
tlr... $1800. 964-7109 or seats 964.6376.: new WALDO VILLAS now renting: Brooklyn Bay Rd. Sat., May 27, 9.4.Something Stark., 964-6407. Itchg 5/25 HELP WANTEDLOG CHEAP 1989 14' wide, wood siding 2
2tchg 518.25'U Townhouse 1 X 2 BR. 468-1971 or for everyone. Donation accepted bedroom 1 bath appliance included.
FORD RANGER 4x4 468.2777Equal Housing Opportunity. at post Itchg 5/25 FOR SALE $6,995. delivered to your lot. Coll
AM/FM/cassette : 4tchg 5.61TRAilER HAULERS Flatbed and 755.5114, Circle B Mobil. Home, Lake
PS, PB, AC, 4 speed, refrigeration.Two
20 mpg, 4" body lift kit, CB, toolbox, IN COUNTRY 2 BR. 1 Ba, furnished MISCELLANEOUSFREENEW SIMMONS QUEEN SIZE sleeper sofa year experience. Twenty-five City Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29
tinted windows, new carpeting, AC nice yard, of NO DOWN PAYMENT If you own your
n.w brakes, chrome with cover, excellent condition, $225 years age or older. Coll-
on.child maximum. $245 own land, It won't cost a to buy a
poke wheels, plus deposit. penny
good 1(904)752.1933( )
tires. No rust TESTAMENT BIBLES It's OBO. Rhodes recliner, excellent condition or 752.1986.5/11 4tchg.
$3800. 964.7109 9646714. Itchg 5/25 your beautiful new horn. Free credit check
or 9646376. 2tchg life and GOD'S. Be happy healthy and $125 OBO. 9046592779. 3tchg 6/1
5/18-25 MELROSE 2 BR MH unfurnished, very ATTENTION HIRING Government jobs by phone. Call 755-5115 Circle B
large yard, quiet. $225/mo. prosperous by being BORN AGAIN. 5/11-25 Mobile Homes, lake City, Fl. 5/18
1971 very
CHEVROLET MONZA area. $17.840 69485. Call
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Fr. ROWER
station 4751678. 3/1 8TF Bible Instructions (nondenominational good condition, o>kIng 7tchg. 6/29
wagon 9643135., V6 A-l 1 condition. $800. ONE BR APARTMENT close In, AC, off- ) and help of all kinds $80: desk type sewing machine, 1(602)838.8885( ) Ext. R9127. 5/18 2tpd. 1984 FLAIR MOBILI HOME 26'x60'

2tchg 518.25ATTENTION..GOVERNMENT street parking, walled patio partly furnished. Write Don or Elisabeth 7257 Andromeda asking $50 473.7733 alter 7 p.m. Itpd 5/25 Shingle roof, very well built home.
X-RAY TECH PRN call ARRT
SEIZED Lane, Keystone Hts., 32656. 5/25 on position.
See $16,800. Call 496-3004,
VEHICLES from $100. Fords, to appreciate. Best to call and Florida License Required. Apply to day evenings
Mercedes, 964.8601 before 4tchg 3/11-6/1 17 HONDA XL 600 on-olf road. Runt 496-2717 5/25
10 5/18TF Itchg.
Corvettes, Chevy Surplus a.m. Ramadan Hand Institute Lake Butler
Buyers great. Excellent condition $1700 OBO.
2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME 1972 TIFFANY MOBILE HOME Two
Guide. 1-602.838.8885, ext A 3493. air, refrlg SERVICESSEWING 473-2153 after 5 Hospital SRI 00 and SR121, Lake Butler
stove, p.m. Itpd 5/25 bedroom 12'.50' condition. Call
3tpd 5/18-6/1 clan In pine, private drive, Fl. 32054. 4962323. 5/25 good
BIG SHED Itchg.
10'X16', shingle roof 1
area. Available Jun. 3. $200 year 4963931. Itpd. 5/25
117 SUBARU picnic ma
DUSTY great mileage, excellent first A last. for MACHINES CLEANED oiled andodlu.t old, $745, u-haul. Sears 10 HP mower, WANTEO-PART-TIME Insurance Sale '
Open Inspection now. 3 CHECK THIS OUT
condition. 4851778. Itchg 5/25 People. Increase current Income.If new giant slnglewlde.
tension In home. $395. 4732252.: Itpd 5/25 your
1/4 miles North of Starke Al) your Special
1977 CHEVROLET. Hwy 301. 3 BR. 2 bo, only $14,737. Call 9646407.
2 door
have
good been licensed within the
motor Young, 9646918. 2tpd 5/256/1 $22.50. Repair all brands. Work STOVE, REFRIGERATOR boat, motor you
5/25
Lon trans.Seville, drives OK. Lost title. $275 cash TWO BEDROOM TRAILER for rent, Call guaranteed. 473.7862. 5/4 tfnchg trailer, computer, micro-wave, past two years, you are still quollfl.dby Wl WILL NOT BI UNDERSOLD shop
9648662. Itpd 5/25 after 6 p.m., 9646018. Itpd 5/25 SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines typewriter, blkei, outboard, trolling th. state. If you have never been Hughes Mobile Homes, Storke.
14 BUICK CENTURY: Custom V6, excellent EFFICIENCY ROOMS AC, private bath, relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford motor, TV'.. utility trailer wall pumps licensed we will help to get you 961.6407.Itchg 5/25
; condition, loaded. $3800 best qualified and train In telling our .
or no children or pets. No partying.drink. Septic Tanks, Starke. 9648121. 5/4 4751523. Itpd 5/25 you
.
i off.r.473-7507. Itchg 5/25 tfnchg products. For further Information contact
Ing or dope. 9645687.
Itpd 5/25
t, 79 MUSTANG GT 2300t 4 cylinder, turbo TWO BEDROOM mobile home, furnishedor HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Beach turning HELP WANTEDDENTAl : Richard DeVoe-Flnanclal Management CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION
: engine, 4 peed, excellent gas unfurnished. $185 mo., $100 edging driveways 6 walkways, raking Systems, Inc., Lake Butler
mileage, n.w paint, new carpet deposit. 9648704. Itchg 5/25 A bagging leaves, mowing & bagging 496.1384 tfnchg. 5/25 GOVERNMENT SEIZED
j Michelin tires, alloy wheel, collector ASSISTANT Full-time. Ex- EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI I Assemble
I $2500 belt SMALL APARTMENT In Lawtey $180 per grass, roof sweeping, gutter cleaning, parlancad with expanded duties Mid. VEHICLES Fords, Mercedes, Corvettes,
cor. offer
or 473.7507.ltchg month. land products at home. Call for Information
7823949. 5/25 clearing &
trees
Itchg trimming
r 5/23 dleburg. 2822897. 2tchg 3/18-25 Chevys. Surplus buyer guide.
1(504)641.8003( ) ext. 8401. Itpd.
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath doublewide In bushes. Call Eddie at 473-2278. 4tchg .
SEVERAL VEHICLES VW DUNE DENTAL HYGIENIST -Small pleasant of- 1(602)838-8883.( ) Ext. A9127. 5/18 2tpd.
| BUGGY excellent .
location. 3/18-6/8
$300 month, $100
_
flea. Flexible houn. 5/25
you finish, some '77 Mlddlaburg. HOMES FOR SALE
parts CHEVY
deposit. 9648704. EXPERT
Itchg 5/25 HOUSE CLEANING and care for 2822897. 5/18.25 1914 FORD H50 PICKUP Short wheelbase
I| offer.PICKUP'80, long CHEVY bed MALIBU, blown motor, mok. TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX apartment, 204 elderly, References available. COOK 2tchg NURSES AIDE positions ,6 cyl.,A/C. PS PB, Auto and extra
WAGON PS, Broadway St. 2tchg 5/25.6/1 4733723. 4tchg 3/4-25 available at New Life Acres 475-2108. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four clean. located at westside of
PB, AC
| cruise, AM/FM, clean & solid
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath, paved dead PRIVATE TUTORING Grades K-6 and
B trade Itchg 525COSMETOLOGIST bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swim. Church of Christ. $3,995. Call 4962690.
w far.part 76 FORD possible. $995 or make of. end street, near hospital A school adult basic ed. Florida teaching certified ming pool and satellite. Large oaks. 5/25 2tchg. 6/1
I C! ECONO-VAN 150 no fenced yard CH8A garage. 30 day and LVA certified. $5 my home, ) Guaranteed salary & $119,500. Two additional acre I9M FORD VI Fl-500 SPORTS COUPE
motor, has. rust' all or part, blue lease. $400 mo. Call ((904 463.1342 $8 your home per hour. 473.2650.4tchg benefit Full time or part-time, available. Call 496-3939. days and Good condition. Collector Item. Call
custom int rlot. 77 FORD
ECONO
100 eves. Itpd 5/25 5/18.6/8 License required. 4752211. 4tchg 454.1595, 2/2 4963443. 5/25
Itpd.
evenings tfn/chg. .. ..
t 300 6 .
strong cyl. solid $900, will take
CLEAN 1 or 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT Oil MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine 3/11-6/1 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
t trade. 78
part COUGAR needs tune- love, refrlg., no $65 with and Rhonda. 473-0042 .
full pet weekly or 4733289. repair) Delinquent tax property.
up cruise, AC, FOR RENT
power
: package, Reese hitch 351 M engine towing, utilities. 9646232. Itpd 5/25 2tchg 5/18.25 RENTALS Repossessions. Call 1(805)687.6000( )
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list. 5/4
part trade possible, $900. 77 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS
: CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE, $900, 964-8614 or 9645768. 4tchg 5/25-6/15 HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL SAGGING COMMERCIAL SPACE available InK.y.ton. Btpd. 6/22 MINI STORAGE 5x5, $15; 5x10, $20;
part TWO BEDROOM apartment with ,$60 Call HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom-two 10x10, $30, month, plu. S20d.po.lt.
: trade possible, local one owner, needs go. LaRue leveling Service for all Height 2 location: 700 iq. p.r
week. ONE BEDROOM apartment furnished your both, 1,800 sq.ft. enclosed garage, Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
; cosmetic work. BROWNS TRAILER foundation repairs Keystone, ft. & 1000 iq. ft. High traffic and visibility
r PARK, 2Vi miles South 301,across from with utilities, $65 week. No 4737721.79TF In both location 473.3193 or many large oaks and barn on property.Near tfnchg. 12/22
: 301 Quik Slop, 9643696. Itpd 5/25 pets. 9648498. Itpd 5/25 473-7683 leave message. 5/4 tfnchg Worthington Springs. Call OFFICI SPACI, 150 W. Main Street,
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with 2 Baths, LOST AND FOUND 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake. 4963939. days-496-3768, evenings $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
near schools. $300 mo. Call 533.2235 Fish swim, tkl. $250 week. 4733856. tfnchg 54ATTENTION MOBILI HOMI LOT Chain link fence.
NOTICE after 5 p.m. 4tchg 5/25.6/15 Stpd 3/4-6/22 GOVERNMENT HOMES slab, utility house. $85. Po .II'*
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to FOUND Black male bulldog with white OFFICE SPACE 350 iq. ft., ample paved from $1 (U repair). Delinquent tax pro 496.3377.5/11 3tpd. 5/25.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted your work? We have clean mobile chest Lake and brown bulldog puppy on parking, $175 month. 4737707. 4tpd perty. Repossessions. Call AVAILABLE JUNI It 4 -BR house In
Swan Road. Call
475.3465.
Itpd
: to the Bradford County homes available. 468-1323. 10/8TF 5/25 5/4.25 1(602)838.8885( ) Ext. GH9127. 5/18 Raiford, CHiA, large yard. $300 per
Telegraph office in writing and paid In FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities FOUND Young male black S white ON LAKE GENEVA Only one left. Efficiency 2lpd. 5/25 mo, first, final B deposit. 964.8602
advance unless credit I I. already paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA found White Sands lake.pup studio apartment, furnished, FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE In Raiford, after 6 p.m. TFlmm|
established with this office. HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF 473-0323.py Itpd on 5/25 laundry & dock facilities, utllltlot fur CH&A, large yard close to post office. FRAME HOUSI FOR RENT across from
: THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC nished. $275 month $275 deposit. $36,900.96-4-8602 after 6 p.m. TFmm| LBMS. $225 per mo.; available June 1.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN extra, reasonable r.nts. PINES 4732919. 5/4 tfnchg FRAME HOUSE ON CITY BLOCK In Lake First final A deposit. 964.8602 after 6
:. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 496.2366, SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF CARS-TRUCKS.BOATS ON LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished 2 Butler across from Middle School. p.m. TFlmm|
THE TELEPHONE. LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications BR/1'A BA, kitchen equipped. Not In a $29,900.964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFmm|
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON, for 1 8 2 bedroom apartment 1913 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Classic, full trailer pork $275 month, $275 deposit. FOR SALE
prior to Thursday publication. *. CHSA, fully equipped kitchen, dress; 1973 El Dorado convertible; 24 4732919. 5/4 tfnchgON
Classified display deadline is TUESDAY, drape 7823531. New management.Equal ft. Pontoon boat. Price negotiable. LAKE GENEVA house. Furnished A NOTICE REFRIGERATOR, WASHER AND DRYER .
5:00 P.M. Special Classified display Housing Opportunity. 9/I3TF 4734436. Itpd 323LAND newly decorated. 2 BR/1 BA, carpeted, Appliance repair Call 4962090. 5/18
placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. must see. Laundry & dock facilities. 2tchg. 525HIDEABED
Minimum charge for classified ads I I. $300 month, $300 deposit 4732919. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted with matching love seat
15woTchrfor3:50rthen. rS-cents for Classifieds AdsuH..GetHesultstJ. FOR SALE 5/4 tfnchg to the Union County Timed office blue-gray country look, never been used -
bi I ghaty MOBILE HOMI with garden, private, In writing and paid In advance over $1.200-$575. Oak bedroom
f wr4.. rya :Ji.'l '. ) .* 1f MH LOTS':Cloy County. Samson' paved central AC, nice. $250 month first;-*Monies.*credit U."already.established'with "- 'sufte $SOO. Sofa, /loveseaf and chair,
classified I ad.r ._. ... road.'Close In KH. $500 down $78 last $100 security deposit. 475.2531 this office, : : blue and mauve' never been used
month. 4734375. 6tchg 5/18-6/22 Melrose. Leave message 2tpd THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD $393. SIde-by-slde refrigerator $175.
c LOTS FOR SALE. 1 s acre lot. Good loca 525.61AVAILABLE RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN frost-free refrigerator $150, washer
tion. Less than 2 miles from Keystone, JUNE I. Lakeside 1 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER S125. Call 4963017. Itpd. 5/25
Near Brooklyn lake.No mobile homes. bedroom cottage, quiet area, $265 THE TELEPHONE.
Owner financed 473.7186 evenings, month plus utilities, $100 security. Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5'' MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL
473-4135 daytime. 3tpd 3/18-6/1 Ideal for newlyweds or retired couple.No P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
FOR RENT ACREAGE-FOREST HILLS 2 I acre lots pet. 473-7259 or 4732530. Itpd Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50, SUNDECKS BUILT 10x12',
then 15 cents for each word thereafter,
f adjoining with 5/25
large Oak High, dry $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps
with electric A phone at site $5995 LAKE FRONT COTTAGE 1 bedroom, screened porches. Call/ 496-3521, altar
each, $1495 down terms by owner. screened porch. Swimming, fishing. 5 p.m. 5/18 Stpd. 6/15
4730208. Itpd 5/25 First, last and security. 473.4186.2tchg

; 3 Mobile Homes and HOUSE 3/25-6/1 FOR RENT on Lake Geneva.

Beautiful condition, furnished.

One House in Raiford JK :3 473-2455 BR r/t Itchg(A HOUSE 5/25 on 525 Dove St. Jimmy R. Williams

Close to schools CH/A many extras. PI
Call Debbie StumpGrinding $450 month. 473.2895. Itpd 5/25 AH Types Roof RepairNo

SILVER LAKE Nice 2 BR house, H 8 A, Job too big or too small:
pool table, screened porch. Relax and
enjoy clear sandy bottom lake, swim, '
-Labor for New Work Guaranteed
ski. 4732440. Itpd ;5/25 10 Years

431-1941 Specializing in 2 attic BR CONDO utility room CH/A, dishwasher., garbage disposal Midway, Free Estimates a tall' 782-3266,778-7259

Stump Removal Keystone/Melrose. 4752427. Itchg



L------T 964-9300 SITTING WANTEDHOUSE or wonted to rent. LAKE BUTLER flPflHTITlEnTS

Older single woman wants private Now for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-
place. Will r taking applications
AIR-CONDITIONING keep place nice.
E BRADFORD Reference Call R.E. Worth. 475.2531 electric units are spacious with lots of choset space and all have

t & ELECTRICAL 2tpd 5/25-6/1 wall-to-wall carpet,drapes, and kitchen appliances. Orvslte laundry
------ ...-7 facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.
Service Cal1.f A
I Service '' 10% Dlsco\D1t AFFORDABLEIT.ILE. I
24. Hr.
f for R. V. DURRANCE For application: and Information,
7 A Weekl APARTMENTS
Day. .
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Please see us at @ ,
-C'1. 1.1 Senior Citizens. 922 E.Brownlee St. PUMP & SUPPLY J 1005 SW 6th Street ,

t: $2 995 CALL FOR Camp BlandingRd. Well Drilling Lake or Col Butler.496-3141 FL 32054 .Opp.rtuNI- NwYne

i APPOINTMENT Starke,FL 32091
Rotary 2" to 6"
964-5166 ... .. ,
i 964-7133 -
We Service All Makes&Models
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964-5171 Window and Central Units PumpsAll
i 2 &3 BR, family oriontod.with

i laundry &largo playground. \ All Sizes

i : ',!' "', ''\ '' .Free electricity first month. N.
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I .,. FOR:"SAIjEFill ,-i\}: ':":;' < Rent/comellyou 30% of your qualify.monthly .

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:. .} .. ,....." '-. .:Piribi. Top,. Soil,,,,*""',.\ .'>> Ifyou earn $3.35 per hr.t 40 I STATE OP FLORIDA
: \\" lire a week have 3 dependent,

: ,Large'or Small-Loads' Llmefock;;> { your rent would be about$112.a I a
1 of
Vehicles & Equipment from Dept.
:.:, <>'" month Including
1 or$3.73per day for
>>.flacldioe .'I3ulliiozer
1 ractorWork of Dhr. Forestry) and other
:. ;, '",* 1. ) days left In month for moveinafter Transportation.state agencies. Dept. Ag.


:. '\1 ;4'.8Fi4-61824:9G405823. '.. '9_ '609111'4 1st.eQualiflad Visit Our Showroom,
<; 0' Single Accepted. TIME: 11:00 a.m. June 3. 1989
.Move-in cost ran be as low as For Your Plumbing Parts
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PLACE: D.O.T. Maintenance Yard. W. 7th. St.,

i ,$10.00. Low Income. 964-7061 Lake City Florida .

PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS ,Sec. 8 Housing INSPECTION: 9 a.m. 4 p.m. June 1 &: 2 '

...EJ.Ren"for 30% 864 N.Temple Ave Starke 8 a.m. 11 a.m. Sale Day

Equal of Your Income Eves & Weekends:

1! Housing If You Qualify 9647578h ITEMS TO BE SOLD: 20 Can. 18 pickup 3 Ramchargem:; 6 vans

_. and Suburbans. 14 EQ Hauler trucks. 8 dump trucks. bucket
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Now Accepting Applications for -- truck. asphalt dtot. fertilizer dlst. 25 Crawler tractors. 9 wheel

2 & 3 Apartments xs n'' ;'W dragline motorcycles.Jet compressor
,
FREE RENT Starting At !
TERMS: Cash or cashier check. A personal or compaircheck must have a
forMonth $195M0.153O Mulci' -Pine Bark current bank letter guaranteeing amount at check.A*3OO depoett for each .
be made at of eaJe.
car or light truck: orTzst*for other equipment must time
of April Balance due by 300 p.m..June 5,or deposit will be forfeited... >."

To Qualified Renters CH/.A FliaIIy .i 94( -6)C649{ )

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I I Starke Area Ads 1 FOR SALE FOR SALE MOBILE FOR SALENEWTHREIBEDROOM:2 HOMES :.

APPLIANCES reconditioned WHITI FORMICA TOP round table 42" '
refrigerators washers, dryers, ranges, wide, good condition, no choirs, $35; bath, delivered :
l. _. J air conditioners. Ed's Appliances, Parts also octagon table Inside storage,$13. a set up. 0 down, $197, tax Incl.; 5% e
rw ft Service, 310 E. Call St. 9642966. 9642227. lto| 5/25 down, $188 tax Incl.; 10% down $178.
PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE 4tchg 5/4-25 ELECTRICAL POLE 100 amp pole and 150 One acre your choice, $118 month
PERSONAL SERVICES COMMERCIAL
SERVICESWANT PERSONAL MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buys, tells and ft. of No. 4 wire $123. 964-3137. Itpd Call Bill.964.2623 to qualify while they
trades. Sells new and used furniture. 5/25 last. Itchg 5/25
TO DRINK. PROFESSIONAL HOUSE PAINTING Hourly Wicker, rattan and decor Items, potpourri QUEEN SIZI WATERBED with heater, NEW FOUR BEDROOM, 2 bath wood
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! rates or contract Also repairs and and Incense. OH TV and drawers on bottom, lighted headboard siding, shingle roof fireplace, CHSA.
OFFICE SPACE 500 ft. Jar rent on
WANT TO STOP remodeling. Free estimates. Call sq. microwaves as well. 301 E. Call St., very nice. Sheets Included.$250 $288 month. 212.0361.4tpd 5/18.6/8
THAT'SOURSIAlcoholic. I Mitch 473.3940.4tchg 5118.6/8 Hwy 3O1, Starke. Apply at Durronce 96".3250.6TF firm. 964.7823 or 9643779. Itpd 5/25 OLD INVENTORY must sell luv tub
.Anonymous CASH FREE dental filling and/or cleanIng Pump & Supply, 9647061. 8/25TF NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer PIGS I HOGS FOR SALE 7823481. Itchg $178 mo 9646408. Itchg 5/25
1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE US 301 S. across
964-41 SO.".....61.3619 if you qualify as a patient for State from Wol-Mort/KOA. $350/mo. regular machines and sergers.Pinehurst 5/25 NEW THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath
pd 5/28 Dental Board Exam plus $. Call for a Variety Store, across from PICKUP TRUCK PARTS for full sl.. Ford. doublewlde. Our most popular model.
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed, Free free screening appt. 3326663. At FOR 964.8848 SALE, eves BY OWNERS 4733627. small I2/8TF mobile Southside Elementary School. 964.8569 or 964.7545.4tchg 3/4-25 Only $1.....". 964-6408. 'Itchg 5/25
estimates HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. Shands Hospital In Gainesville Services home Grit Iis (Rd. 100-A). 9645587. TF VACUUM CLEANERS: new rebuilt, used ONE STOP SHOPPING with over 100
Loop
Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559. TF by UF graduate dentists. 21pd Four lots park with on three mobile homes and SADDLE BLANKET, BACKSTRAP excellent Kirby, new Hoover Eureka, Sears, homes We've got the homes you'lllove
15" Used Electrolux' FllterQueen for all at an unbeatable price. Hughes
WELL DRILLING, PUMPS SERVICE) Distance 53561LEGRAND'S for Rental' Income $700 condition seat. ap Parts
Pump & Supply Co., Water LAWN SERVICE and complete room monthly Call more.after 6pm. 964 8970 or pro. 5 times. $175 FIRM. 7823872. make No flea market merchandise, Mobile Homes, Starke. 9646407. Itchg
systems specialists. 664 N. Temple lawn care and tractor service. 964-4430 9648705. 2/16TF TFnc first class only. AI Young Vacuums, 3/23
Ave.. US 301 Storke. 32091. 9/8TF 964-9477 eves, 964.3542 days. 2tpd OFFICE FOR or RENT Hwy. 301. Rent INSTANT 12x24 ADD-ROOM for houseor Hwy 301 North, 964-6918. 2lpd NEW FOUR BEDROOM, 2 bath, wood
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME day. week 5/35-6/1 Contact Ron Denmark. mobile home. Full bath, sheetrock 5/23-6/1 siding, shingle roof fireplace CHSA
long term stay. 468.2619. 11/17TF ALTERATIONS zippers hems, buttonholes 96".5516.13TF negotiable. 2x6 floor (joists, washer/dryer hookup, RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 2 dbl. door $288 month. 2720637. 4tpd 5/23-6/15
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES patches, etc. Drop off and FOR LEASE 1000 s.f.. building partially hot water heater, ceiling fan. $4800. gloss front coolers $700 each; 18.000 USED MOBILE HOME for sale $1500.
Will trade for boat of equal value. Coll BTU air conditioner $300 Hood and 782.3655. Itpd 3/25
964.56061/5TF 7 week 7 8 ;
pick up. days a a.m.- p m. completed for fast food business. Hwy.
J K STUMP GRINDING. Call days or eves. 9645587. Pinehurst Variety across 301 S. 964.8447. eves "73.3627.20TF 473-3627 eves. 5/18TF fire system $1200; Hobart shredder HELP WANTEDNEED
QUEEN-SIZE WATERBED: complete with $450; cash register; large metal desk,
964 9300 Stchg 27-S/25 from Southside Elem.' Hwy. 100 S. FOR LEASE: 1250 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S. across
drawers, mirrored, great condition. more. 964-3754. 'Itpd 5/25
ROOFING AND REPAIRS pressure 5/25TF from KOA/Wolmart. 964.8447 or eves EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME
UTILITY TRAILERS 20' enclosed with
5/25
washing Call 964.6341. Terry Parks PALM I CARD READER: having problems ..73.3627.20TF 4851788. Itchg one JOB Sell Avon. For Information call
1978 VW RABBIT DIESEL 14 ft. shelving windows, tandem axle electric
) camper
4tchg 5/4 25 ? What your eyes will see, your FOR LEASE 2000 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S. acro.sfrom Ramona. 782.3068. 1229TFRN
$2200 One 16' flat bed. tandem
ref 7823008.
6. 2tpd ;
stove rig sleeps
TUTORING SERVICES If your child barely heart will feel through love, business & KOA/Wolmart. 964-8447 or eves 525.6ISELECTRIC axles, electric brakes Crosley-bullt, POSITIONS 2 full-lime positions
passed this 3 months vacationcan 5/25
year money. 782.9802.Itpd "73.3627.20TF available. Med/Surg experience
$900. Browns
Trailer Pork
II TYPEWRITER: excellent condition 301 South,
only makes things worse. Call A.B. ADAMS CONSTRUCTION: Roofing FOR LEASE OR RENT 1 acre with building 9643696. Itpd 5/25 preferred. Paid time offprogram. App.
964 8594 5.11TFMICROWAVES remodeling additions, decks. A docks 15x30 2 miles South on 301. Call |lust reconditioned. 30 day war. LOTSA STUFF 32" 1 ly to lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
$295. 9647529. storm doors $25
REPAIRED Eds Appliances Licensed. & insured. Free. estimates.Call 533.2407 or 9645030. 4lpd 5/25.6/15 ranty remaining. each; electronic 5000 Center SR 100 S 121 Lake Butler.
watt
5/25TF parts;
Parts & Service. Call 485-1532 after 5/18-25
5p.m. 2tchg 3/16TF
4962323.
MOBILE HOME FRAME clean completewith generator; chain link gates $20 each;
964 2966 5/11.25 FOR SALE
3tchg TRACTOR WORK Mower and tilling Call LICENSED HAIRDRESSER Part or full-
2 axles' 4 tires, and hitch. survey transit $300; weed-whacker
WILL WATCH & CARE for child
your or Infant Carlton Craft anytime. 964.6697 or Jim 9648704. 5/25 $50; new van seats, blue recliners, $75 time. Diane's Bashful to Beautiful Nail
Itchg
in my Stork home. HRS OSteen. alter. 5. 964.7387 2tchg < Beauty Salon 473-0257. 4tchg 5/4.25
my MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER 18.000 each; other van parts for custom; real
CHRISTIAN registered 964 3521. Itpd 5/25 5/18.25 $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF BTU. Cllmatrol. 2 years old. $125. wood veneer $8.00 roll; locks, shower COOK NEEDED experienced energ..llc.Buddy' .
LADY will babysit in LakeFront Restaurant
my
NEWSPAPER PLATES: aluminum 7821043. 2tchg 52561SATELLITE rods; fluorescent lights; chandeliers;
home Infants to 5 yrs. old. 730.530: : measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for DISH A accessories Including Hunter original fan; 19hp Bollns 4682080. 5/11TF
five days weekly 9647145. 2tchg and TELEGRAPH 135 mower/tractor, no deck $350 Jacuzzi DRIVERS TO $750 WEEKLY local/long
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I [ Starke Area Ads ] Proas Lennon.page 4B ..


carl heading south on Colley tfoad. found on the ground the parking Deputies, Starke Police Officers, was a result of drugs.Lennon .
Tti. nervTre revolver: was later lot. Florida Highway Patrol Troopers, Rev. told then Acting
YARD SALES the FHP Flight Crew and a dog team Police Chief BUI Reno that his son
YARD ALE from Union Correctional Institution had called him Saturday before the
Incident at his. church in Haatln ..
converged on the scene and through
SEWING MACHINES
IDi new and u..CLIANID d, all mok.AND. OIL.and TWO FAMILY GA.AOISALI. 701 Glen- the combined efforts after findingthe His son said he could not get his!
models. *". Jam.. dole St. Saturday 5/279 til.Household WOOLPool abandoned patrol car,on the dirt estranged wife's car back from a
Strickland
965733. Hwy. 233 a 16 (Morgan Rd). Items, baby. and mens clothes, road near the woodyard on SE 13th man as a result of a drug deal and
3/231F mower camerai etc. Itchg 5/25 St. In a ditch, a search of the area that he needed $30. Rev. Lennon
THURS t FRIDAYS lots of tools, dlih.i. THREE FAMILY SAUl Fri t Sat. 100 South began.The suspect was found by Acting returned to Starke Nov. 5 and gave
jewelry furniture etc. 612 Colllnt In front of bakery little' bit ofv.rything. Maintenance ServiceWe Chief Bill Reno in a briar patch. his. son the money and thought the
Place. 964-6342. Itchg 5/25 If you ain't got It yet, we Lennon was taken to Bradford problem was solved.
will help you find It. Itpd 5/25 Cure Any Pool Sickness!
for the and later
Hospital
YARD SALES household utensils, fur- FRIDAY t SATURDAY,9 til.Off CrawfordRd For FREE Call eye Injury Rudolph Lennon said when he
nltur.. lamp, cloth, etc. Friday Sat. 3rd dirt road off 57th Ave. look for Estimates transported by Rescue to Shands went to get the car the man said the
3/26-27, from 10 a.m. til. SE 11th St.!'. signs. Itchg 5/25 Hospital in Gainesville where he will $30 was not enough and he needed
first road to right on Forsyth Rd.,follow SUPER 3 FAMILY YARD SALE stereo, 964882Oask undergo surgery and be returned to more money.
signs. Itpd 5/25 clothes, window drop. and blinds, for Starke.
GREAT TINT SALES Memorial Day and miscellaneous Items. Country Club Billy Lennon's father Rev. Levy Lennon Rev.Lennon's concern not only for
W"k.nd at Bradford Furniture on Estates. Saturday 8-2 p.m. Follow ''a o a a also of Starke,said the incident his son but for the residents of
Hwy. 301 North. Overstocked signs. Itpd 3/23 Starke, particularly the Reno area.
SKonds, all priced to sell. Sale days is that the drugs (crack cocaine) is
Saturday Sunday Monday 9 til ruining lives and daily causing pro-
everything"Is sold. itchy 3/23 blems.

Acting Chief Reno told Rev. Len-
non that he would be available to
meet with the citizens in the area at
NOW HIRING: Boat Show June any time, any place and assist themin

Welder & Equipment MaintenanceGood blem.any way to fight the drug pro-


Benefit in our Showroom from 11 a.m. til 3 p.m.AA1livc As a result, the citizens and]police
Package Starting Salary :Radio Broadcast are holding open meeting and tryingto
$7.50Hour.. Send Applications to WJXRWAEE curb the drug problem in the Reno

P.O. Drawer A, Starke. Florida 32091

:Register to win a BLUE- area.Karate.

Hydro-Slide GRASS ... fl'HBpapS

HICKEN BANDIT The students crouched,turned and
NEW PIANOS whirled their bodies, the right foot
$ flew up and out, and the board
raoo__ -- splintered in half with a sharp
J Per Mo. VIP's Are On The Way For the Showl! crackl) of the
Then came the highlight
"BASED UPON A CASH PRICE! lesson.
OF$2114.70. $sa60 DW..48 Rosenbeck brought out two con-
PM1'S.$Gg. 17%APR crete blocks, set them side by side
and placed concrete capper slab, aLwomchthlck
concrete piece used
2iIam 1111 by construction workers to cover the
CO. I L Runabout holes in standard blocks, on top of
3425 W. l1D.l.A.*. the two upright blocks.
Gainesville, Fl 372-B3S1 128 OMC The students gathered around in a
"._ ," I/O circle and suddenly got very quiet.
.. ,.. "You can break stones with two"
basic hand configurations,
Rosenbeck said calmly. "You can
IlliliS close your hand in a tight fist like
9495Full
this (showing the classic fist motion
with his hands) or you can flatten
STARKE RADIATOR;& your hand out like this (showing the
classis karate style fist to the
5| TRANSMISSION INC; 1 students). This technique should not
be practiced by anyone without the
::11 COMPLETEAIR proper training."

Rosenbeck stood over the slab
CONDITIONING Service on all Engines Quick Turn-Around concentrating with a fierce look ot
determination on his face.
He slowly flexed his arms
SERVICE! BRADFORDUNIONMARINE downward toward the slab, taking
practice swings while he stared at

boat fUca la Town To Take AUakl( the hole slab into, seemingly the unyielding trying mass to bore withan a

effort of sheer determination.He .
Corner 964-681O 301 a SR its swung his arm back, gave a
sharp yell, then plunged his fist
U.S. 301 North Starke 9642858WAIMAR straight through the slab crackingit
almost perfectly in half.
.
r "The challenges In this sport are .
a..r.4 constant,but the skUlS'you learn and" -
the abilities you acquire in self-
defense and athletic abilities make it
all worthwhile," Rosenbeck said. "I
wouldn't trade it for any other sport-
or art form."


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Page I2B TELEGRAPII,TIMES&MONITOR--SECTION May 25, 1989
I Z ONING OFFICE I


I, Search Nets Crack, CoinsA Nets SPD Drug Two Arrests Sting POSITION

Bradford County Zoning Office/
search of a residence at 915 locker in a camera case,in a money Starke Police Officers made two Issaaklng a qualified zoning
Florida St.in Starke resulted in four tin and in the yard where it was arrests May 22 following a drug buy
arrests and seizing of 25 grams of dropped by a man who need the Officers working semi-undercover and planning assistant.
rock cocaine and nearly $1,600 In scene when authorities arrived. drove slowly by THE Apia in Reno Applicants should have good
coins. Throughout the house and in the late Monday night and were im- verbal and written
Katherine Simmons, David attic $1,528.27 mostly in coins were mediately approached by several
Leonard Harris, Bill Issac Simmonsand found,said Etheridge. Harris said It drug dealers all wanting the oc- communications skills typing
Aquiles Leonardo Jackson were was his coin collection but it looked cupants of the car to buy from him, and computer skills
all charged with possession of a con- liked a banking business with rolled according to Lt. K. R. Kinds, Jr. professional and office
trolleed substance, according to coins found in many different con- Arrested were James Martin and managing skills. Requires
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. Bond tainers. Gregory Chandler, according to
was set at$1,000 for each charge and Issac Bill Simmons, 58, was ar- Patrolman William Brown. Martin, professional appearance and
they were released on their own rested during the search, he had O.wwN 21, was charged with possession fo work ethics. Full county
recognizance exce tHarriswwho was been left in custody of house,said Lt. cocaine and sale of cocaine. benefit backage.
released May 23 after a$5,000 surety Aderholt. Jackson was also arrestedat ro Chandler,27, was charged with con-
the time of the search, he was sit-
to traffic Chandlerwas
bond spiracy cocaine.
was posted.Complaints Apply: ZONING & BUILDING
behind the
received by the ting on a motorcycle additionally charged on a
Sheriff s Office stating crack was house(crack was found on the gound capias with violation of probationsale OFFICE, City Hall
being sold from Simmons' home led nearby). and delivery of cocaine. They 209 N. Thompson St.,
to intelligence information and Harris,26, and Kathryn Simmons, remain in custody. An 11-year-old
several 'buys' by informants 22, turned themselves into the juvenile was also charged with deal- Starke
resulting in a search warrant being sheriff at the Jail Saturday morning. Ing in the sting.
obtained Friday, May 19. Also found in the house was a let- !.
At 5 pm Deputies Barry King, ter stating Simmons was receiving
Harvey Rhoden, Lt.David Aderholt, child support since the father Harris -
Chief Deputy Pat Henry and FDLE was not living in the home. "Amerl 'sNo..Choice" JSNAPPER
Agent Paul Fuentez made a sweep of coupe are pending against the I
the house. Crack cocaine was found for welfare fraud, said
,_ d re seer, in Aderholt.
coo ie Jar uii a

U 2A Hampton Men Arrested '

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Two 21-year-old Hampton men past few months someone has been
were arrested early Monday when stealing wire which was cut with bolt v--
they were caught behind chicken cutters from the houses, Stebbins
houses which have been repeatedly and Padgett had bolt cutters in their
......... ,.., .,,
vandalized possession, said Aderholt. i -- "" J '\ '"""A61I',' 'Vi'J ""# I I More Americans
t the arrest Stebbins started
Robert M. Stebbins and Allan During
Dean 22 fighting with Deputy Roman Crack and Coins...
Padgett were charged May
with loitering and prowling,trespassand Alvarez and was additionally charged Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.seated,and Lt. David Aderholt inventory 25 mow with our rear engine
\possession of burglary tools] ,according with battery of a law enforcement grams of crack cocaine 1528.27 (mostly in coins) and a .38 caliber derr-
to Deputy Jason Bennett officer and opposing an officer with inger confiscated during a search of a residence at 915 Florida St. In rider than other.
Bond was set at$6,500 cash or surety violence. Bond was set at $2,000. Starke last Friday night. any
only. Padgett was released May 23. Stebbins was sentenced May 8 to The search resulted In four arrests.Double.
Deputies were called at 4.30: a.m. one year community control (after sea.
May 22 to Bayless Highway where being placed on probation in --- ------ ------ ------------ -

the owner of several chicken houses January of this year he was arrested DWARRANTY
suspected someone was again steal- Feb. 7 for dealing In stolen propertyin .
ing copper wire from the water Bradford and Alachua). Accor-
system, according to Lt. David ding to his probation officer, Mon- Offer
Aderholt. Stebbins and Padgett were day's arrest will violate his com- :
in a Chevrolet pickup behind the munity control, he did not have permission aHL
houses near an area of aluminum to be out of the house at 4:30:
sheeting, said Aderholt. The pair a.m. let alone be committing a
said they were looking for a place to crime. : -
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Heavy Toll... 1AV
Bradford Strawberry Farmer
Buddy Norman survey wrecked
Irrigation piping on hi*farm(at
upper left after..attack on Mi

--.f:: .. .- farm by vandal who abut through ry
.r .... _. several building with a
::T'' Ugh'powered rifle(center)and

.. .. ruined the but of the leason'berry
.. .. crop(top right).


I Local Farmer Hopping Mad Over Sabotaged EquipmentMadder I


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L.M. (Buddy than) Norman a wet surveyed setting hen his Starke replaced and said it has cost$19.,000 to strawberries, pepper, and some of to water the pepper on his CR-225 the shed. Rifle bullets also were also charged with using a rifle to
damaged equipment his other vegetables,including corn, farm,said his wife,Sandra.The
fired into
drying up crops on US-301 north of J>lus, Norman can't water hisRobbie's pep- a water pump.Four wheel shoot at the equipment and building.
egg plants cucumbers honey dews, there had been damaged bya drive trucks
per crop rolled over the irriga- Reddish is the son of former Sheriff
black-eyed peas, pin -eyed peas, truck running through it. tion pipe, crushing it. Trucks also Dolph Reddish.
white acre peas,shelly beans,butter The damage was caused Just after turned "wheehes" in the back part Reddish and Jackson have retained -
I beans,ford hooks,and watermelonson 11 p.m. the night of May 12 when of the property on US-301 which Bud attorney David Robbins who livesin
: the 301-N property. He was wat- 30.06 rifle bullets were fired throughthe dy Norman bought to sell strawberries Penney Farms and has an officein
ching the crops dry up because he wooden vegetable and and vegetables to the public. Jacksonville to represent them.
'l can't get in new water pipe for three strawberry sales shed on US301. Saturday the fields were obviously "We're going to have a lot to say
weeks. The bullets also went all the way in great need of water. about it, but we're going to do our
Reef Buddy did have enough; water pipe through the walk-in cooler in back of Norman was raging mad. "I ain't talking in court.We'll just see him in
going to take this sitting down," he court, attorney Robbins said told
said. The Telegraph Tuesday night.
V Pet StoreNow TFN-B Arrested by the Bradford Sheriff's Buddy Norman says he supported
TULLER Department and charged with Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge in the last
criminal mischief in the incident are election which beat veteran Sheriff
in the Wal Mart Plaza Chiropractic Center Mark Whitney (Chunky) Reddish, Dolph Reddish. "That's no reason to
Office 28, of Starke and Michael Sidney do something like this," Norman
Keystone Heights
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All Aquarium Former criminal records clerk, Due to the amount of marijuana
Faye Frances Whitehead, pled no found and extent of involvement,the
contest to trafficking in cannabis at state attorney filed multiple charges
Combos INJURIES her arraignment Monday in Brad- against the Whiteheads including
CONTROL ford Circuit Court.Whitehead trafficking in cannabis, possession,
40% .Headaches Work Related 42, and her husband manufacturing and cultivation of
i Off .Neck&Arm .Sports Allen Bradford (A. B.) Whitehead, cannabis. The charge of trafficking
.Personal 49, were arrested April 6 after more carries a minimum rnanadatory
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All Parakeets .Auto Accidents than 1,600 marijuana plants were three-year sentence and a $25,000
Low Back&Leg found on their farm in Bradford fine. Faye Whitehead would be eligi-
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$7.00 .B.Whitehead also pled Monday Department of Corections regula-
to no contest of manufacturing can- tions. Sentencing Is set for June 26
DR. RICHARD C.TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
nabis. before Circuit Judge Benjamin
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.., fish bird and all other pet Florida Department of Law En- the U. S. Attorney from filing
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supplies _; 24 HOURS A DAY- 7 the field of planted pines adjacent to conviction! for trafficking carries a
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DAYS A WEEK near Union County and spotted to the state attorney, the U. S.
marijuana plants growing between Attorney would not normally press
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