Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01552
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01552
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Continued hot and humid weather is forecast for the remainder of Th. Social Se.n..5-ti,9A I I' I ",I r I Ii.l HI O I"' i

this week, with only a slight chance of isolated thundershowers. Public Notlc*. . .. . . .7A
Temperatures In the mid 90's and humidity from 60% to 90% Sport. . . . . . 12A l I
means a comfort index of over 100, say the weathermen. Low I I I I I
temperatures will hover near the 70 mark. SECTION 1.12
Sunrise this morning was at 6:30: and the sun will set this eveningat Aarobatk Show . M.12B -.AAL.. .
8:25: p.m. making the day 13h 55m in length. Crlm Report. . . ... 3-5B %) V
A new moon will occur at 2:53: Saturday afternoon and will rise Area Death. . . . 7B
with the sun Sunday morning. Claulfled . . . .5.108
Only one tenth inch of rain was recorded in Starke this past week, BHS Football Banquet. . 11B The Sweetest Strawberries This- Side of Heaven
occuring Monday evening from a brief local shower. Girl Scout. . . . 12B 109th Year STARKE,FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
111II_ 46th Issue Thursday<< June I. 19K" USPS(W2-700
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..-.. 209 -U to Graduate


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> t a aS Class of 1989by


Brenda Bawek sity of Florida on scholarship, and
plans to major in architecture.
BCT StoH WrllorAs
\t Senior class
the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" secretary
Thornton said she is excited but also
resound the fieldat
n,? [ :;. \ Bradford Memorial across Stadium sad about graduation.The .
class motto seems to sum up
tomorrow members of the
.t i' evening the of of the
seniors as
.. many
'., .. Bradford High senior class of 1989
they come to a turning point in their
will look back at their ac- lives.
complishments before plunging on "As one door closes somewhere
1, ,, to a future full of opportunities. another is opening, but do not be sad
,' 209 are set to graduate in
.' for we shall be together again.
"." ..', .'. ceremonies beginning at 8 p.m. Friends as we are will never have to
tomorrow (Friday, June 2)) at Brad- goodbye."
ford Memorial Stadium. say

"We expect great things from this The Speeches...
sr { class," class sponsor Wanda Smith Salutatorian Michelle Becker will
says. "This is one of the better give the welcoming address.
v academic classes we've had in the Circuit Court Judge Elzie Sandersof
"i : past few years." the Eighth Judicial Circuit will be
: 1? S This is the first year graduating the guest speaker. Valedictorian
: 1r senior's grades have been averagedon Yvonne Bobo with the farewell ad-
a weighted grade point average dress.
system. This means students taking The class voted on the class
advanced classes receive more flower: the Red Rose; class song:
grade points per class than students "Forever Young" by Rod Stewart,
4 taking average classes. and class colors: scarlet and gray.
.- : Mrs. Smith said she looks forwardto Senior class officers are: Yvonne
graduation with mixed emotions. Bobo, president, Mindy Rother,
-- "You're always glad to see them vice-president, Pam Thornton,

1_.*' .. rah ..... 'i_ s:' sal leave, but you hate to see them go," secretary, and Betsy Nail,
Mrs. Smith said. treasurer.
Class sponsors Mrs. Smith and
Debbie Ward, who have sponsoredthis The Ushers...
class since ninth grade, will be Junior class members will usher.
watching the ceremony not only as Ushers and usherettes are: Robert
In Memory Of.. sponsors but as parents. Bishop, Tom Bradford, June Cole,
Vf.ront of pall wars honor their d.ad Mrs. Smith's daughter, Sarah, and Chad Crafton, Jennifer Dodge,
at Memorial Srvkos h.ld Tuotday morn Mrs. Ward's son, Cameron, will be Gayle Douglas, Scott Duncan,
Ing May 30 In front of the Bradford Cour- I *k1 among the graduating seniors. Allison Farnsworth, Aimee
Kevin Finch Kim
v Ferguson, ,
thouto.Votorant "It's a unique class, Mrs. Ward
Johnson, Kevin Krack Beth McKin-
said. "It like have all
saluto and the audtonco seems they
standsat ney, Sharie Meier, Jason Filcher
been there for each other from
attontlon as JROTC monitors from Bradford .. Mark Shuford, Steven Thornton, andRon
High low.r tho colors to half mast In kindergarten on up. Zurfluh.
honor of tho fallon sorvlcomon. Senior class members asked how
-- they feel about graduation respond
Mrs. P.ggy Thomas, roprosontlng tho t differently. Honor Students...
Woman's Club of Stark., proparos to lay a J. Graduating senior Tammy Jo Seniors recognized for high
wrath at tho ba.. of tho monument Tatum said she is sad about graduation academic achievement are:
dedicated to tho fallon. She ,Is oscortod by because' will mis:* her Outstanding Honor Students witha
Codot Lt. k.nny DoSuo. friends. 4.0 to 4.5 weighted

Col. Kent Potollo commanding offlcor of "I'm so depressed," Ms. Tatum average: Yvonne Bobo, Micelle
Camp Blending pointed out how : said. "I don't want to graduate." Becker, Shawna Blom, Julie Anne I
Am or Icons today r.ap tho rosults of tho Senior Jeff Moody said he doesn't Ferguson, Alisha Gruen, Tonya
fallon sorvlcomon. Amorlcons can voto or feel like he is ready to grow up. "It's Klein, Holly Shields and Tina Will-
not really scary Moody said. "It ingham.
worship without .or of Intorforonco, for
f just doesn't seem like I'm old High Honor Students having a
.xampl. enough to be graduating." grade point average of 3.750 to 3.999:
Ahsha Gruen said she is ready to Patricia Bath, Lilly Burgess,
i rJ.t I 1o NQ b i'si graduate. Kemberly Fillyaw, Eric Hodge,
.MAy Y 1 ""H "I'm so( excited," Ms. Gruen said. Karen Hodges, Wanda Mueller,
She said she would like to go to Kimberly Lee, Kristen Pfenniger. .
Florida State. "I want to be an or- Noi Srivibul, Tammy Jo Tatum and :
thodontist," she said. Wendy Young. ,
[ Worth War Dead Honored HereA Senior Chris Durban said he is Honor Students with a grade point
pretty excited about graduation."It average of 3.5 to 3.7499: Audra
s just one more major step in Brantley, Kimberli Bosier, Chris
L NotingBlood somber group of almost 50 people gathered on the sponsor. Master of ceremonies was VFW Post 1016 Com- your life, before you go on to bigger Durban, Bryan Kendrick, Jeff
county courthouse lawn Tuesday morning, May 30, to mander David Barber. and better things like college," Dur- Moody, Besty Nail, Selena Norman,
honor those who have given their lives in defense of the VFW members placed a white flower at the base of the ban said. Mindy Rother Sarah Smith, Jill
Pressure... United States of America.It flag pole, which is dedicated to the war dead. A white He said he will attend the Univer- Strickland and Denise Waddell.iii .
is traditional at Arlington National Cemetery in flower signifies the purity of the monument. A red
There will be a FREE "Blood Washington, D.C., to put small flags on the tombstonesof flower was placed in honor of the heroic head, a blue
Pressure Clinic" held in the lobbyat the military men buried there. It takes 176,000 flags. flower represents life everlasting, and a small ...
Bradford Hospital on June 6 And, there is a soldier guarding the Tomb of the American flag in remembrance of the war dead. .
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For more in- Unknown Soldier 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Wreaths were laid at the base of the flag pole by
formation call 964-6000. Because of those who died, Americans today can Charles Schaefer for American Legion Post 56, by Con-
peacefully go to voting polls and cast ballots of choice cerned Citizens of Starke, by Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, by
55 Class Cruise... without fear of interference. They can go to the churchof Rotary Club President Wiley Clark, by Mrs. Peggy : r.i
The BHS Class of 1955 is planning their choice and sing in the choir, and high school Thomas, past-president for the Woman's Club of Starke,
3-day cruise from Port Canaveralin seniors soon to graduate have freedom of choice to pur- and by Uncle John A. Miller for the Bradford Senior
Sept. 1990 to celebrate its 35th sue whatever course in life they desire, and editorial Citizens.An .i .
reunion. writers can express their opinions, whether a little to the .
Other graduating classes are in- left or the right, with no fear, Lt.Col. Kent Petelle said. honor guard was made up of Cadet Kenneth {I II
vited to( join the cruise. And, the soldier is still guarding the tomb, he added. DeSue, Cadet Lt. Sharea Sanford, Cadet Sgt. Ashley ..1
For i info, call Judy Casey Berard, Col. Petelle, the post commander at Camp Blanding, Burkhalter, and Cadet Cpl. David Maruca. I
recalled his father to Memorial BHS band member Kevin Boone sounded Taps.A .
473-2468, or Lake Region Travel, accompanying a Day ,
473-7234. service. His dad gave him flags to place by tombstones, young Marine, resplendent in dress uniform, attended -
and Taps was played. the Memorial Day ceremonies. His colorful dress '.

Learn to Read... Memorial Day is really every day in America, the col- uniform and youth contrasted with the aging veterans
onel pointed out. present at the ceremony. The Marine was Spencer
If you know and adult who wantsto The Starke unit of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Smith from Lawtey, a 1988 graduate of Bradford High.
learn to read, or if you want to (VFW) Post 1016 sponsored the Memorial Day. Smith was an officer In the BHS JROTC Program and
help someone learn to read contact ceremonies, with American Legion Post Stt us co- has participated in previous Memorial Day ceremonies. '
Charles Thomas at the Bradford-
Union Vo-Tech Center, phone a

964-6150.Learn The Job a Trade... Family Fun Day Set Saturday I

Training Partnership "-
Act (JTPA) will send you to school The 3rd Annual Family Fun Festival will be June 3 at games, storytelling,skits woodsy owl and a petting too.
at the Vocational Center, if you the Santa Fe Community College parking lot from 10 Films for senior citizens will be going on inside the col-
qualify.There. a.m. to 1 p.m. lege, says Beverly McGee, coordinator for Bradford
are openings in Commer- Cliff Chapman, President of Bradford Interagency Senior Center.
cial Vehicle and Driving, Council, says "there will be something for family Find out about the recreation department summer activities
Cosmetology, Clerical Welding, members of all ages.This fun festival will be better than as they demonstrate gymnastics and karate, as
Heavy Equipment and Hor well information ,, ;
ever! as having on summer programs.
ticulture.For Legacy of Love, the anti-pollution and littering song apt .
further information contact Health care screening will be available. Blood written by Lavon Drivas,will be sung by Bradford County .
Ms. Velma Mitchell at the local Job glucose, blood pressure and oxygen levels are free, school children. -
Service Office, 964-8092. while cholesterol checks will have a nominal fee to cover These are just a few of the activities scheduled for this
lab costs of Santa Fe Health Care.". family event. Come out and bring every family memberto h -
Upcoming... Take tours of Bradford County's hew bookmobile, an enjoy Bradford County Interagency's summer

Public meetings scheduled in the emergency vehicle and fire ,engine. There will be celebration! '
coming weeks are: -

will Bradford meet at 9:30 County: a.m.Commission, June 5, at Grower to Consumer Market Opens June 7 I IPractice

the Bradford County Courthouse. I II

.Starke City Council will meet at A farmer-to-c nsurner' vegetable' 'this vegetable1, market, with Plans are for the market to be MMS&: I
7 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at the market is slated to open this coming Market Manager Bobby Allen in open Wednesday afternoon and
Starke City Hall.Bradford Board Wednesday afternoon June 7, at the 'I'charge,will be operated by the Stateof Saturday morning from 8 a.m.-l
County School State Farmer's Market on US-301 Florida.A The market will continue as
will meet at 7 p.m., June 7 t in the north in Starke. long the farmers need it.
School Adminstration Building Hours will be from 2 to 7 p.m.
Brooker City Council will meet Growers can set up 30 minutes tent is expected to be erected on "i'We need the support of the com-
at 7:30p.m., June 13 at the Brooker ahead of time for a $5 daily fee. the front area of the market just off munity to make this a successful I
City Hall. US-301 to allow the farmers to sell operation," says Manager Bob .. .'. :
Council will meet ..!!!!!!.
City '
Hampton :
It will give local people an opportunity = their produce in the shade. Some of Allen. Session...
at 7 June 13, in the Hampton
p.m. to buy vegetables directly the expected produce at this time
City Hall. from the grower. There will be no will be sweet corn, squash, For further information call In anticipation of the big event, seniors Alisha Gruen, Tammy Jo = ,
New River Solid Waste Associa-in one selling other than growers, other cucumbers, shelly beans, acre peas, Market Manager Bob Allen at Tatum, Amy Lewis and Pam Thornton (from left to right In the picture :-. :
tion: 7 p.m,Tuesday Courthouse., June 13, than at the retail market operatedby black eyed peas, string beans? 964-6951 or County Extension Agent above) practice tossing up their hats and tassels for graduation at Brad- :.
County Wainwright Farms. greens, peppers, and cut flowers. Bobby Taylor, 9646280. ford High School.


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Hazardous Waste Opponents May I. Youth

Lose Right to Administrative Hearing Show

Confronted with a stacked deck in jacent to the east boundary of Camp uwuged positions. "I'm putting it in
the last-minute confusion of a dying Blanding, but Senator Ander Cren- Camp Blanding,that's my position," Set Sun.
legislative session, Union Bradford shaw, whose district includes Clay he said.
and Baker County opponents of a County, was set to introduce a bill Members of the local delegation
hazardous waste treatment facilityin naming the original Union Countysite urged the few legislators they could
this area face possible loss of their for the facility. This legislative reach to focus more on alternativesto by Judy Becker
previously granted right to an ad- action would have the effect of deny- a hazardous waste incinerator Special Correspondent
ing Union, Bradford and Baker through recycling efforts and at 7 the
ministrative hearing, challengingthe pro- :.:.*. This Sunday night p.m.
flawed process by which Union counties' right to challenge the moting research to find ways of First United Methodist Church of
County was chosen for the site.A selection of this site in an ad- reducing the volume of hazardous 'i Starke will host the Youth Talent
30-member( delegation of Union ministrative hearing. Instead, Cren- waste at the source where it is Showcase. Members of the Bradford
and Bradford residents paced up shaw's amendment would providefor created. But this suggestion ap- .e Y High School Band and Chorus will
and down legislative halls Tuesdayin a single, all-purpose hearing parently fell on deaf ears. s, present selections ranging from
an effort to find someone with before the Environmental The group caught up with t 4r eJ) faa classical to barbershop to Broadwayin
time to listen to them. Gerald Grif- Regulatory Commission (ERC) the Kirkpatrick outside the Senate the sanctuary. _
fis, chairman of the Union County body that selected Union County as chamber. He listened to their con-
Commission, said he felt their time the preferred site after an all-day cerns but reiterated his plan to have There will be both instrumentaland
was wasted. In the usual haste to hearing in Middleburg more than a lawmakers name a site before the Superior Percussion Ensemble... vocal solos and groups. The
pass or kill bills in the dying year ago. session ends Friday, thereby Florida State Championship Dance
moments of a session, both houses When contacted Wednesday morn- up the process by The Bradford High School: percussion ensemble was one of the few Team, all members of Bradford
were in session and could be con- ing, Mark Harper, an aide in Senator eliminating an administrative hear groups to receive a superior rating at the State Band "Festival May. High School, have also been invitedto
tacted only by chance if they emerged Sherry Walker's office said he was ing promised to Bradford, Union and They will be among the acts performing at the Youth Talent Showcasethis perform.
for some emergency.As not aware of any amendment by Baker counties. Sunday night. Left to right, Jennifer Dodge, Kenny Clark, Josh Bula
the complicated maneuvers Crenshaw being on the Senate calen- and Chris Thompson.
with bills and amendments affectingthe dar for Wednesday. While the Senate has moved There will be no admission chargebut
Union County site stood Wednes- Crenshaw's amendment, if and toward naming a site,there has been a donation will be taken which
day morning, Senator George when introduced, would be in con- less action on the House side, where will be split evenly between the
Kirkpatrick was still standing pat on flict with the Kirkpatrick amend- Speaker Tom Gustafson has stated Bradford Families Against Drugs
his first proposal to amend the ment seeking a Clay County site. his opposition to legislative action (FAD) and the United Methodist
Senate appropriations bill to provide Kirkpatrick told the Bradford-Union that would eliminate an administrative Youth Fellowship (UMYF) youth

$6 million for a Clay County site ad- delegation Tuesday that he hasn't hearing. project fund.
the UMYF
After the performance
will be serving watermelon in the
Clerk Should Have Qualifications, Fellowship Hall.

I Among the groups performing will
Mayor Biggs Suggests Council AgreesThe be the BHS Barbershop Quartet and
BHS Percussion Ensemble. Both of
..ry these groups were rated superior,
city clerk should at least havean council. term ends. the highest rating given, at State
accounting degree, Starke coun- "Can you put it (the qualifications Clerk Neil Tucker, who Is also Music Festivals in May.
cil members agreed Tuesday night, ) on the ballot?!" Mayor Bobby retiring when his term ends,said the
May 16. The members also agreed to Biggs asked. clerk should have 3-5 years ex- Most of the other performers also
place the qualifications on the ballot Silcox said he could. perience as well as an accounting were rated superior at District
this September.At Council member Charles Schaefer degree. Tucker says experience in and/or State Festivals this spring.
present,any qualified voter can moved to place the qualifications for muncipal or governmental accoun- These talented young people work
run for city clerk. Preparation of the the clerk's position on the upcoming ting would be helpful. long hours preparing for these contests
qualifications was turned over to Ci- ballot, and the council voted 4-0 to each year. The Youth Talent
ty Attorney Terence Brown. approve the motion. If approved, the Other alternatives the council Barbershop Quartet a Hit... Showcase is a way to let them share
qualifications will be effective for might want to explore is assigning their talent and their music with
The council wanted to get the the clerk's election two years from certain Jobs; for example, someone For only the second time in two years an ensemble from Bradford High people in the community.
qualifications in place for this now. who could invest city funds. School has made a superior rating at the State Chorus Festival. These Come and bring you friends. It will
September's election but Council In the meantime, the only Council members say if an un- young men were the talk of the festival and are becoming the talk of the be a great musical treat, and yOU
member Vernon Silcox, chairman of qualification is to be a registered city qualified clerk is elected the council town. Let to right, Tyler Elder, lead singer, Mike Kipplinger, bass, Jeff will be encouraging these young people
the Rules Committee now going over voter. will have to take measures to protectthe to continue in the arts.
the city charter to update it, said "It's an $8 million business and city, such as hiring an accoun- Moody, baritone, and Brian Canova, tenor.
that Is not possible. anybody can walk in off the street ting firm to assist the clerk or peopleto
"We can t find any way round the and qualify," said Commissioner run the computer system, or a
situation like it is. Silcox told the Schaefer. who is retiring when his financial advisor.

i Anaerobic Bacteria Could Digest Waste; czne

NRSWA Told of Experimental Test WorkDr. ) ieth o .

Jonathan F. K. Earle, Project generators.Up used in the boiler at UCI, said Joe PRICES BEGIN r w
Manager for an experimental test to 90 percent reduction in the Dobbs, a boiler technician there. THURS.. JUNE !.!.
unit for anerobic bioconversion, amount of wastes now going to land- They cannot be mixed with wood THRU. 'gip"'N1EEK% :.
presented his ideas to the New River fills can be achieved, it was said. chips and burned in the boilers now WED., JUNE 7th. :.............................
Solid Waste Association, at their At present, on a statewide basis being fired with wood chips exclusively
regular meeting, Tuesday, May 16, about 80 percent of wastes go to he says. New boilers
at the Baker County courthouse. landfills, 17 percent is incineratedand would have to be designed for that
Presenting anaerobic bioconversion three percent Is recycled. Paper type of fuel, he said, because to AlmadenMOUNTAIN FRNZIA
as an alternative to landfillingsolid accounts for 41 percent of wastes rework the existing boilers would be ...-WINES. I California Wisiej
wastes, Earle described the yard trash about 18 percent, andfood as, costly as new ones. =:.r"=..1r7Uwwr ) s LIT..
process which produces methanegas about 7 percent all of which a -MSiNIrINr"' ai ir.,79
from municipal solid wastes. could be wed to produce methane.In 6" .33.50 T
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solid wasteto Finances...
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process Florida, nearly seven pounds of 1 -
gas in sealed reactor vessels, or solid wastes are generated per per- Up to two million dollars will be Ar s
digesters, in the absence of air, son per day.Anaerobic. needed by mid-1990, by the Associa- 1,. .a -
recovering a volume of gas that is bioconversion is tion, at the onset of construction to 1 Isti umante ;aj A,7 .ZINFANDCLCAB.. RAIIV fluky
typically 4,000 to 5,000 cubic feet of V : .. a_ CHAHDONNAVFUME Wise.
another method of waste disposal, open the landfill operation."The BLANC
methane per ton of municipal solid and it can be integrated into other 99 a ..WHIT HITt!21N CAL 1'f
Btu.wastes.) (Equivalent to 4 to 5 million disposal systems easily," said Association does have the tee.Or Is 106.95 s os. 3500f 6

Methane gas with a purity suffi- Earle. power to issue bonds," attorney Jon
introduce into distribution Burnable solid wastes cannot be Wershow told the board. .
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June I, 1989 TELEGRAPH Page 3ASchool

Peg Stanw :-Hay, Vivian Chappell RecipientsOf

Service Awards for Child. Abuse Prevention

has Since 1983, the Florida legislature gifted children at the Middle School HRS District III encompasses 16 and education is aimed at fostering
of sponsored a statewide network but is concerned with all children as counties in rural north central community action asd support for
Child Abuse Prevention Programs well as adults. She Is a member of Florida.The Child Abuse Prevention their programs.
under the Department of the Literacy Volunteers of America, Project (CAPP) of the Departmentof ,r
Health and Rehabilitative Services. and has produced two plays, using Pediatrics at the University of Because
(HRS District III
) counties
her gifted students. The plays, Rag Florida has the single contract for in vary
At a luncheon Dolls and Secrets in the Toy Room, prevention services for the District. population from 6,000 to 175,000
meeting of the Brad- persons the County Service Coor-
for students to
are elementary The goals of CAPP form three-
ford a
county council Friday May 28. heighten their awareness of abuse, dinators work from 15 to 40 hours per
at pronged attack on child maltreat-
the China Restaurant, Bradford both sexual and physical. ment. week. The emphasis has been to put
County Service Coordinator Laura Vivian Chappel has been a part of effort where the community wants
Conti and Assistant District Director the Guardian Ad Lltem program CAPP works toward the develop- and will accept it rather than where .. '
Becky Drake presented awards to which represents and supports abus- ment ond sponsorship of programsand outside experts perceive the need. -- ":)1- JL. J
Peggy Stanwix-Hay and Vivian ed children involved in court proceedings resources for families. They This has engendered strong local interest Community Service Awards...
Chappel for "contribution of exceptional ,and acts as their advocate. have an aggressive plan for in the goals of the project.
merit to Florida's children "She is always available and specialized training of people work- Each county has developed an Informed County Service Coordinator of the Child Abuse Prevention Project I
and their parents." always helpful and able, and goes ing with families across disciplinesand interconnected network of Lauara Conti (left), presents Community Service Awards to Peggy
above and beyond what Is expectedof professions, and a strong com- people committed to fostering local Stanwlx-llay (center) and Vivian Chappel for "contributions of exceptional -
Mrs. Stanwix-Hay works with her,"nays Ms. Conti. ponent of general public awareness resources for families and children. merit to Florida's children and their parents.

Board. Adds Two at Dist. Office and Two at \ o-Tech I

DV Joe cissy filing work and record keepi This
BCT Staff Writer will let them get out to the schools g. to several Much of the equipment in use in County has prices lower than Brad- funded,it will be a tremendous thing
The Bradford School of the cafeterias is over 30 ford's new price, and they are increasing for Policy Manual...
Board voted observe and to advise, and give old, and needs our schools, and if we don't, we
to Increase the noninstructionalunits more help there." replacing badly this year to the current will have a very, very tough year
in the district by 3' persons at it was said. Two walk in price charged in Bradford County. financially." The staff at the District office
its regular school board meeting School Lunch Prices... refrigerators and one walk in According to federal governmentrules have been working on a revised
May 22.Two freezer are included on this list. Mix the school lunch program "According to the latest policy manual for some time. It is
Prices for lunches at all schools ers and slicers and various freezers should neither lose make printoutwe now nearing the final stages of revi-
additional nor ,
administrative money at the
are bottom
will increase 20 cents for and very of the list
by the 89-90 refrigerators, food sion.
Advertisements for
choppers, but is break
secretarial supposed to even. in the public
positions were added at increase in
school year, according to action ovens,deep fat etc. funding we
will be
the district office fryers are more receive hearings run in the local
,a printing clerk at for this next school term.
taken by the board. than 20 old and
district will be reduced to half a unit. years some do give School Funding... Duncan said.Another newspaper soon. The policy manual
A data Currently, lunches for grades K-S trouble. Maintenance is very expen- A bill will be available to the public for
entry and being considered in the
operator a are 80*, and will to Lun-
go up 20t $1. for
paraprofessional will be added at sive.Also legislature, this session, which will bill In the legislature study a minimum pi 21 days
ches for
grades 6-8 lunches !lOt and ,food prices have during before the
gone up public hearings will be
the Vocational-Technical Center. will go up:tot to$1.10.Lunches at the the year. The food service help to equalize funding to schools would require persons under the age held.
The new positions will cost some high school are$1,and will go up 20t has operated at a loss the program full throughtout the state, is now in a of 18 to remain in school until they
$60,000. to $1.20. including lit sales tax. extent is not yet known said conference committee, says graduate, or forfeit their drivers
"Many of our staff people are doing Adult lunches will increase from Duncan.In Supt. Superintendent Jim Ducnan. license until they become 18. This A schedule has not yet been set,
secretarial work," says $1.75 to $2 countywide, of which lit nine surrounding counties "All the contacts have been made bill may not pass; this session says but it is thought the hearings will be
Superintendent Jim Duncan, "doing is sales tax. where a check was made, Union to the conference committee people.If Duncan, but it is inevitable that it held in early July, possibly at the
only we can get this bill .passed. and will pass eventually. regular meeting July 10.

Forest Fire Danger High in Dry- WoodsA MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth

spate of large woods fires has Personnel from local regular and The 143 fire towers in the state are deployment," Maynard explained.The .
on 100 to Pinehurst
focused attention on one of the volunteer fire departments, U.S. spaced about 16 miles apart and are 1988 legislature authorized Hwy Variety
deadliest enemies of Florida's Forest Service, Game and Fresh equipped with telephones and two- $10.3 million for DOF to upgrade its
forests and wildlands, the wildfire. Water Fish Commission, Florida way radios to report "smokes" to a equipment and the department used Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendoand
"So far this year we've recorded Highway Patrol, timber companiesand central dispatcher,who will deploy a some of that money to purchase 80 VCR Rentals Available
3,645 fires, nearly half of the 7,575 civil defense organizations all fire suppression unit. new transports and 86 new tractors.
fires that we ordinarily have In a full Join the Division of in
Forestry If the ranger thinks he can control
year (in the entire state)," said fighting wildfires. the fire by himself,he will unload his Wildfire is serious threat Monday Wednesday 2 Movies for $3.00
Charles Maynard, assistant chief of Ordinarily a DOF ranger driving a tractor-plow unit and begin to lay Florida's forest a and agricultural Thursday All Movies are $1.00 Each
the Fire Control Bureau of the transport truck carrying a tractor- down firelines.
resources. It's also becoming a Fri., Sat. & Sun. $2.50 Ea.ch
Florida Department of Agricultureand plow unit is first on the scene. The fireplow cuts down to mineral hazard
to built in
Consumer Services Division of Lookouts are assigned to 100-foot soil and lays open a six feet wide what developments wildlands where Rent 3, Get 2 FREE
were once ,as
Forestry (DOF). towers during the periods of high path of dirt that eliminates fuel for one expert put it, "combustible
Unfortunately, those fires have fire danger are generally the ones the advancing fire. This Is usually
dwellings now comingle with com- SATURDAY RENTALS KEEP FOR 2 DAYS
already burned 303,248 well who a fire smoke and
acres spot or report enough to confine most fires, but in bustible fuels."
above the annual average of 191,979 it to a central dispatcher. the case of dry fuel, low humidityand
acres we've experienced over the The dispatcher for Bradford and strong winds, glowing emberscan Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
past 10 years.In Union counties is located near Lake be blown across the lines, and Fighting wildfires is a tough, dir- Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea.
Bradford County,Forest Super- City,at the District Headquarters of the fire is out of control again. job but the Division of
visor Tim Hannon reports that 78 DOF. They have a toll free number "The DOF has about 275 tractor- Forestry rangers and thousands of
fires have burned 1,012 acres, as of for reporting fires or for obtaining plow units and each has its own other dedicated firefighters and law
May 15. burning permits: 1-800-327-6752. enforcement people stand ready to
transport kept ready for emergency
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.r** property Maynard at a moment's notice, See Our B-Section for

= GAINESVILLE HEARING AID CENTER says. ,'. .. .-,,- .' Great
Values !
win Be At


127 E. Can Street Starkeon NOEGEI.1S AUTO SALES

the second Wednesday of each month
StaysBy 1:30 3:30 p.m. e FREE HEARING TEST

Down Payments As SALE Payments As Low As

Joe ClityBCT Low As $99.00 l20/Mo. on Some Cars

Staff Writer

The Radio Tower erected by DON'T Quality Used Cars at Prices You Can Afford

Leonard Moore on property he owns
on Geiger Road in SE Starke will re-' +299.00 DOWN WILL PUT YOU iNTO ONE OF THESE.,
main as Is,according to action of the GO TO CHURCH
Starke Board of Adjustment at its
regular! meeting May 25. '79 FORD F-IOO PICKUP '84 DODGE COLT
The Board felt like its needs to be TOMORROW
ruling on matters having to do with Standard $ 2 Dr 4 Cy+l. AT. Law Mileage
safety, general health and wellfare Transmission 18 9 5 $290 Dn. $140/Mo. $2995
and the wellbeing of the public," I_ 1
said Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal. Don't bother to read the Bible! I '79 CHEVY MONTE CARLO '80 BUICK SKYLARK )
The board is making a recommen- -
dation to the City Council to change Don't take God at His Word! V-8. AT. PS.PB, AC $ V-6.AT, PS. PB. AC $ 5
ordinances governing zoning regula- Do your own thins.Don't $299/en., $140/Mo. 249 5 $299 Dn. l40/Mo.
tions to address radio towers over 70
feet high. worry about others. '82 TOYOTA TERCEL '80 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
Moore's tower is now 180 feet tall. Just look out for Number One.
He has had a 60 feet tower in opera- 2 Dr 4 CyL 4 Speed AC 2 Dr.V-8.
tion for years, but now needs the No one else counts anyway.It's $299 Dn.,$l40/Mo. $2'695 $299 Dn. $l40/Mo. $1695
higher tower for a wider range for to to
up you save yourself .
communications with his construction -
crews. right? +99.00 DOWN'WILLPUT, YOU INTO ONE OF THESE....

The Bradford County Zoning
Board voted to recommend to the This is not the message you'll hear at: I '76 PLYMOUTH VOLARE S/W '78 DODGE MONACO
County Commission approval of two
rezoning requests, at its regular 4 Dr 6 Cy1 AT. 1'5, PB. AC $ Oood Carl $ 59 5
meeting Tuesday, May 30. FIRST CHRISTIAN.. CHURCH $99 Do. $ /Week $99 Dn. $4O/Week.
The items will go before the Boardof
5O7 W. Call Street Starke
Commissioners '78 AMC GREMLIN
County at its 76 FORD COURIER PICKUP
regular meeting June 21, at 7:30 Bible School 8:45m..-Worship 1O:45.m.
p.m.Michael 'The Friendliest Ltttle Church in Town" 4 Cyt.Standard Transmission $ 895 2 Dr 4 CyL AT $ 79 5
A.Kane was recommended $99 Do. $4O/Week $99 Dn. $4O/Week.

for approval to open a motorcycle _
repair shop, and sell accessories for -

motorcycles,in the old circus wagon MOVE UPII! Pay a Little More Per Month.....
shed adjacent to the Smith Brothers NOTICE j
Body Shop on US-301 north. I
t Three existing closed structureswill FIRST PUBLIC HEARINGOF '84 FlRENZA ( '84 FORD TEMPO '
be utilized and no new construction <
4 or paving is anticipated. COUNTY SUBDIVISION Like Newt 2 Dr.4 CyL AT.Ps x Good Carl $349 5
In another matter, Patrica R. PD,AIr $499 Dn l50/Mo. 369 $499 Dn. $165/Mo..
Starkweather gained approval for a REGULATIONSThe
change from RSF-MH-1. single '82 CHEVY CAVALIER '83 CAMARO
family mobile home classification,
to OR open ruual.agricultural. Her I Good Gift rOradsl $ SportY'Carl $ 5NOEGEL'S. j
purpose is to raise show dogs,which Bradford County Zoning Board $499 en. $165/MO. 3495 $800 Dn. ISO/MOo
will be housed In separate pens,
enclosed by a chain link fence,about will hold a public hearing on the '
15 feet by 50 feet in size,and 10 or 12 Bradford Subdivision -
in number. The pen area will be proposed County AUTO SALES

enclosed in another chain link Regulations on Tuesday, June 27, 1989 .

perimeter, The property fence.}located said Starkweather.across the 7:00 p.m.. Starke'City Hall at their 'I, Serving Starke and surrounding Areas Since 1947

railroad at the dead end of NW 26th regularly:: scheduled zoning meeting.
Avenue,and Is completely surrounded ,
by lands of Container Corporation -, The Bradford County Zoning Board MON.-FRI We: .Seroice
of America. I will hear and make recommendation to ,
A third request; from Fred,G. a ? ..
Mueller to rezone 1.4 acres about V. ,the Board of County'Commissioners SAT What, ..2'7..e: SewACCEPT
mil south of Starke on the east side '8:30-1:00' r.
of US-301.Just across from Griffis prior to adoption of the rule. I ;

,Construction Co., .was tabled until I The public Is Invited,to attend and give ..
Mueller will have more information. .11\VY:301: NORT/STARKE. 32091/PHONE (904) 964-6461
Intent U business.for a marine sales and servicing -, Input: Into the legislative'process..




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DER Trying to Abort /

Union's Administrative HearingThe

line is whether Union At this point, the outcome is not
known but it is possible that such a bill
is deal ,
County getting a square or a raw
deal. could be introduced in the House and rry
Senate before adjournment by the
Right now it seems on the brink of get- Legislature on Friday. If so, the bill, or I
ting a raw deal from an alliance bet- ,I

ween DER and a lobbyist for Clay Coun- Enlarged ataa?
ty who are determined to deny Union BAKER I'I

County its right to an Administrative COUNTY: .
hearing in the matter of siting a hazar-

diou waste treatment facility within its Site chosen by DER for the 'I

borders. hazardous waste treatment site I

DER knows that it is vulnerable that will process waste from ,I

because of the flawed process used to throughout Florida. I

pick a site in a defenseless county,
smallest in the state and without funds

to adequately defend itself from 125hY

whatever DER decrees.In UNION% .

a hard fought and costly effort Union The Sound of MusicLavon

(financed largely by chicken dinners Correctional '

and gospel sings) Union County op- Haltoid Drlvai, composer of the Anti-Litter theme Plans are being made for use of the song In schools,
ponents of the waste site hired an attorney song, "Legacy of Love", Is surrounded by student churches, and civic clubs to heighten public
and won the right to an impartial singers who performed on the video tape, and awareness of the widespread littering problem. The
Administrateve Hearing on neutral ,000NT'Yle parents and friends attending last Thursday's gala video tape will go on sale at local outlets about two
Florida Sta Introduction of the song at the Starke Woman's Club. weeks.
ground. Months of preparation went in-

to groundwork for the hearing, when Prison 18
DER suddenluy decided that the firm

providing its expert witness had a'potential" Readers Loved Clay Hill CorrespondentReaders
conflict of interest in handling -
bills, would allow the House and Senateto
the case and would lose other DER
comtracts unless it withdrew. The hear- name Union County as the hazar- of The Telegraph who are over There was a lapse of several weeks in the newest (or oldest) recipe she tried out
dopus waste site, and that would mean 60 years old will doubtless remember our which readers looked in vain through the the day before. Readers received useful
ing, acordingly, was indefinitely death of the Administrateve Hearing, Clay Hill correspondent of 40 years ago, paper for the cheerful Clay Hill column. bits of household information, such as
postponed.Not since legislative acts are immune from Lura Burgess Mohr,who came to the then Then on May 31 Lura wrote: "Try a teaspoon of lemon juice in pie crust

satisfied with that, DER now administrative proceedings. small settlement on Road 218 near Max- "Life does play strange tricks. I have to mix to make it flaky"kill or "I have and found
that gasoline will ringworm, a lit-
ville to teach and remained to become one
wants to do with the Ad- pinch myself to find if I m asleep. I have a
away tle kerosene mixed with vinegar will kill
Therefore if these bills both of our most popular correspondents.There home
ministrative Hearing entirely and holda pass and a new name. I have someone head lice."
houses, Union County can kiss goodbyeto who loves me dearly and who cares what
so-called one-stop hearing, similar to its opportunity for a fair hearing on was little at Clay Hill in those days becomes of me. I have so much of Occasionally, out of sheer exuberanceand
those held for power companies, whereall the flawed which DER and its except a church and a school, so Lura everything where once I had only my good spirit, Lura would sprinkle her
phases of the project, including proces by would be surprised now to see the develop- schoolchildren and God. When I reached column with a couple of "Whoopees!
siting, and permits are heard and counsulting firm chose the Union Coun- ment that has come to Clay Hill in recent here there was no turning back had I Lura was originally inspired to write her
disposed of at one time. Such a hearing ty site as the best location in the State years. wanted to. They said, 'We need such as you column because of the near-isolation of the
woukd be just another "railroading for handling Florida's million-plus tons out here', and you shall not return to small community of Clay Hill at that time,
of hazardous Her first column appeared in The Florida. So, remain I shall.
waste annually. when it could be reached only over an unpaved -
job" by DER. Telegraph on January 7, 1944 and she As the result of a whirlwind romance, and almost impassable dirt road.
wrote regularly for the next few years, Lura had become Mrs. Don O. Mohr, wife She felt that Clay Hill needed closer com-
developing a following of fans who drew In- of a prosperous undertaker and furniture munication with the outside world.She lov-
spiration from her mixture of news, dealer in Ponca, Nebraska.The ed people, and did her best, through the
poetry, household hints, advice to the written word, to enable them to live better,
Turnpike Moving Farther lovelorn, and favorite recipes. She received followers feared they had seen the more useful, and happier lives.
last of those
letters from all over the country, delightful Clay Hill news
wherever there were Telegraph readers. notes.Then,suddenly,in mid-December of She found satisfaction and pleasure in
1946, The Telegraph received a letter from performing even the most menial
Into Florida's FutureChances Lura's interesting early life had covered Lura,evidently inspired by nostalgia and a household tasks. On one occasion she
lots of territory. Before coming to Clay Hill yearning to revisit the old scenes at Clay wrote: "Got up at midnight and washed
she had lived in a canyon in Arizona, an Hill during the Christmas season. She clothes just for the fun of it. Was quite an
adobe house in New Mexico, and a tent in wrote: adventure, when all was dark and quiet. I
the mountains of Colorado. "Twill soon be Christmas' finished by two o'clock and went back to
of funding seven proposed unless he changes his mind. The thoughts turn to last again and my bed. Doing the unusual adds zest to life."
turnpike projects around the state, in- Speaker said the road could not be con- When school let out for summer vacationin Christmas entertainment year at Clay and Hill.my I The daily routine never grew dull for Lura,
cluding the corridor once planned to nected to the turnpike in the foreseeable May, 1946, Lura felt the urge to visit the know the holly,trees stand proudly along and..many of her readers caught,hec infec-
come through Bradford County, is nil future and thus should not be built as scenes of her old haunts'in the West. She'k the fence rows.: I can see the winding, san- tious enthusiasm for doing the everyday
wrote in her column: dy road, and I know that tasks of life with a song in their hearts.
for the time being. Key leaders in the part of the system. "It's ultimate con- Clay Hill basks in
House of Representatives refused Mon- nectability to the system is obviously a "When you read this I shall be going the sun this December afternoon." Whether they needed a new apron pat-
westward. Florida has been my happy That was the rebirth of the tern or a new outlook on life, Lura invited
day to act the overall Florida Clay Hill col-
on of he
figment everyone's imagination,
and I shall her
home for almost five years, get umn and Lura started readers to write her at Ponca
pike plans without additional (and cor- added, blaming the proposal on William my visit over soon and hurry back. So witha again, using news contained writing regularly letters Nebraska. Many of them responded andalways !
rect) information from the Departmentof Miller, in charge of DOT's Lake City prayer of thanksgiving and an ache in from her old Florida friends. received her helpful-hint replies,
Transportation.The District 2 office. "Mr. Miller is known my heart at leaving dear friends I shall signed in the style that was used in her
his step on the train. The summer callsthe Usually starting her column with an in- weekly column... "God bless you all...
for in
aggression pursuing projectsof wild, wonderful West is waiting across the spirational bit of verse, Lura wove a color- Love, LURA.
delay will also include the Bran- questionable nature," Gustafson Great Divide." ful tapestry of life, working in a bit of her Would
said. "Hence his Wild Bill." cheerful personal philosophy, the latest doings there were more Lura's in this
nan Field/Chaffee name, .
Expressway planned But Lura never returned to Clay Hill.Letters of her Clay Hill friends, and cynical world of today.FORESTRY.
to link Jacksonville at 1-10 on the west perhaps
The wheeling and dealing
side with
at Mid-
dleburg. This linage was originally on around in Tallahassee Central Florida reportedly revolve to the Editor'Y'

planned to be built prior to the rest of legislators' J -
the turnpike through this area. desire to build a beltway around Orlan-
do. South Florida legislators also want .
and State Attorney to Letter IN BRADFORD COUNTY
House leaders blasted the turnpikebill more more roads for their own Replies

as presented on the floor. "Once region. Both groups, it is said, are will- Concerning Roy Giles Murder Case David W.Norton
ing to grab more at the exoense of North. Bradford County Forester
DOT has
again, promised more than it Florida if -- -- ---

can deliver,' said one House they can. Editor, Telegraph: weaknesses of this case, justice was serv- Florida's forest products brought more

spokesman. "The turnpike plan is not a The turnpike system, which has been Recently, your paper published a letter ed in requiring the defendant to plead as than$8.4 billion into the state's economy in
sound proposal." pushed by DOT Secretary Kaye Henderson from Janice Thornton expressing her charged to Second Degree Murder. 1987, according to figures released by the
before the department's shortage of disfavor with our office in the prosecutionof Florida Division of Forestry. Stumpagethe -
House Speaker Tom Gustafson also funds Geneva Hodges for Second Degree Geneva Hodges faced a maximum value of timber to a landownerplus
said the House would not act on the $2 was disclosed, would authorize Murder in the death of Roy Giles, Ms. sentence of twenty-two years in prison and harvesting and payroll, totaled more than
billion turnpike plan until it received the funding of six: other toll-road pro- Thornton's brother. First and foremost, we asked for the maximum. The Dept. of $1.5 billion. The manufacturing and
correct information from DOT. jects around the State in addition to the we are terribly sorry that Ms. Thornton's Corrections pre-sentence investigation marketing sector of forest products added
Brannan Field/Chaffee link. These projects family and Mr. Giles' surviving children recommended a sentence of three years in another $6.9 billion into the Florida

In the meanwhile, Governor Martinezis designed to tie in later with the ex- have suffered such a tragic loss. To have a prison. The recommendation was made economy.Florida's.
because of "the tremendous amount of
toying with the idea of loved one die a violent death certainlymust total land acreage is 34.5
extending the isting turnpike system, would be paid make one's grief even more burden- doubt" in this case. Hodges received an million acres and of this 16.5 million acres
present legislative session, now winding for with bonds supported by turnpike' some.It outpouring of community support at (47%) is in forestland. The rest of
down for adjournment Friday, into a tolls. Since most of the turnpike tolls are sentencing and was sentenced to fifteen Florida's land base of 17.9 million acres is
special session to deal with unsolved now collected in South Florida was indicated that the family's suffer- years in prison followed by twentyfiveyears in pasture, range, crops and urban/in-
DOT ing was also made worse by the legal on probation.With dustrial classes.
deficiencies and the
budget derailed
legislators from that area object to toll system. We do not doubt that to be true. It Of the 16.5 million acres of forestland,
turnpike plans. A special session at fees being used for projects elsewhere. is enough to have to grieve, to take care of regard to Ms. Thornton's accountof nearly 15 million acres are growing trees
this time is not looked on with favor by Some funeral arrangements, to notify family our Chief Assistant, George Blow's, in- for commercial use. The remaining 1.5
legislative leaders, however. legislators blame the Turnpike and to take care of children without being volvement In this case, we would like to million acres are reserved for parks and
snafu on Governor Martinez and plunged into the criminal justice system.We make a couple of observations. First, Mr. ,campgrounds and other lands of low productivity
Tallahassee reporters say legislatorsfrom Secretary Henderson who, they say, would like to acknowledge that they dida Blow felt this case was worth his time and because of adverse soil condi-
South and Central Florida are knew about the shortage of funds in the superb job in protecting their loved one the time of a jury of peers. He showed his I itions.
even in his death by being involved,follow- concern for the victim's family by asking Information and
meeting privately to "cut a deal"dividing DOT treasury several and from the Dept.of Labor
years ago yet the Administrator of our Victim Witness '
ing up on the legal case, making their Employment shows 57,717
up Florida's turnpike money pushed ahead with grandiose turnpikeplans views known and in writing a letter to the program to assist them with developing a employees received Security$1.2 billion in 1987-88
between the two areas they represent- that were out of the ball park. editor to share concerns. victim impact statement, accompanying from forest products production. Lumber
a rumor they later denied. They maintain that DOT under them to sentencing, assisting with an application 'and wood products had people who
super- 26,397
The letter to the editor was an Important for compensation and ,being
But one DOT official has warned vision of the Governor has refused to earned $450.7 million; 14,746 who worked
vehicle for this family. We would like to available to them as the need arose. As to In
Jacksonville that if its legislators don't reveal accurate assessments of, the use the same to clarify, from our perspective the statements attributed to Mr. Blow, a $413.8 paper million.and! allied products received 18.574
watch out, they could be dealt right out need and costs for new roads, bridgesand some of the points made. The best public forum like this is not the place for us .employees in miscellaneous The remaining forestry such
of the turnpike plan and lose up to $46 repaving. They accuse Martinez of way to do that is to highlight the actions in sation to address the and interpretation of a conver- as rosin and wood chemicals, wholesale
that its
case. try rectify impact.rUnderstandably
million for the proposed Brannen being afraid that an accurate assess- [ lumber and plywood and carpentry earned

Field/Chaffee extension. The warningwas ment of such needs would force an in- When'Geneva Hodges shot and killed r Janice 1 'Thornton feels I$$320.5 The million. Florida

given added weight when House crease in the state's gas tax and hurt his Roy Giles in what she claimed was self- that Geneva Hodges deserved to face the comes largest from the timber slash crop in with
Speaker Tom Gustafson blasted the chances of re-election In 1990. defense, she was arrested by the BradfordSheriff' highest charge and to receive the max- almost four billion pine tree,
proposal cubic feet of growing
Office for Second Degree Murder imum sentence. Our feelings do not differ
to put $46 million from turnpike So the Tallahassee wheels spin 'round and Burglary. The Grand Jury was given with hers. Please know however, that stock. For those of you who prefer cords
bond money into the Brannen and 'round, and where they stop nobody indictments for both First Degree Murder emotions do not get convictions, facts do. I that cords is! roximately one-half of a billion

Field/Chaffee project, calling it "afraud" knows. But one thing's safe to saythey and Second Degree Murder., The Grand In this case, the evidence and key witness I feet and Cypress longleaf has pine nearly has 1.2 2.7 billion billion cubic cubic
Jury by a vote of 16 to 2 returned an Indictment hampered our ability to delivery other
"a turkey". Gustafson'sdisapproval won't stop at the turnpike slot anytimesoon. any feet of growing stock. Growing stock of
for Second Degree Murder. Soon outcome. It takes only one of twelve jurors
could be fatal to the project hardwoods, such as oak, maples and gum
after Geneva Hodges pled guilty to Second with a reasonable doubt to block a convic- is 3.2 billion
', Degree Murder 'as charged by the arresting tion.'That' possibility was avoided and thedefendant' cubic feet.
r- -- -- -- Twelve and a half million acres of
r- -- agency and as charged by the, I punishment .was. swift. and I Florida's productive forestland are ownedby
Jury sure.
'forest and other
ARID individuals
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ti $ Evidence was collected that could have In closing, we felt this letter necessary growth of acreage
supported Ms. .Hodges' claim of self- population the forested
iliiittp4IOe 'so that the public we serve would not feel' ,
defense. There were no eye witnesses to skeptical about pursuing prosecution of offenses a million acres in 1987 to Other
uses, mostly urbanization. are
dispute the claim. The State'slrey witness against them. To all of you who are People
recanted (changed) portions of testimonyto victimized,we will do our best to serve you recognizing the hazard of, global warming
c police and later adopted a story that well. To Janice Thornton and 'greenhouse effect"' and are
T/ON G.'JIIGUSOff JOHN' M./MlUIftPubthhw / supported the self-defense posture of the .we hope that the end of your involvement aware of the important role that productive -
defendant.We make these points not to say 'In the legal system will lessen your burden forests play in this situation.
Published, each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at that we believed the defendant's story, but, and that your pain.and suffering. lessens'. .The Florida CTvison of Forestry'i\*com
the Post Office at Srarke. Florida under Act of March $..1 879. to underscore the doubt It could have caused with it. mitted to assisting landowners In managing -
j for a jury. U jury believed the defen-i 'Sincerely. heir foresUands. .Concerned Individuals -
V Phoo.944-6305 Subscription Rate In Trade Area: 814 00 per year; $8 00 ix month!' 'JP.O. dam, there could have been an acquittal.The Lennard B.Register III: who own forestland CAN protect
Draw.r A; Stark. Florida Outside Trade Area 15.00 per year: $8.50 six month defendant would go free.We felt and State Attorney our forests as future sources of clean air
still feel that in weighing the strengths a""
and oxygen.9 and. assure. future supply of
timber -


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Science Fair Held at LawteyThe

annual Lawtey Community School Science Fair was held May 15-19.
+ Projects were judged Monday, May 15, and a viewing and awards
ceremony was held that evening from 7.8:30 p.m.
Judges were Jeanne Loper, Lisa Kelly, and Eoline Underhill. The projects
were divided into seven categories and the winners in each category
/ MEDICINE & HEALTH: ((1) Lung Demonstration by Bonnie Folsom; ((2)
till = bLL L Worm Maxe by Melissa Bailey. s
EARTH SCIENCE: (1) Volcano Demonstration by John Adkins; ((2)
Fossils by April Searcy; ((3) Rocks& Minerals Demonstrated by Jennifer
SPACE SCIENCE: (1) Solar System Diorama by Bryan Reyes; (2)) 3D D
Solar System by Monica Traylor. ? r.
CHEMISTRY: ((1) Ice Melting Demonstration by Meghann Hoskinson;
(2) Ozone Layer Diorama by Harridelle Haile; (3) Moving Pepper by
Jaime Hinman.
ENERGY& FORCES: (1) Making a Tornado by Chris Gowens; (2) Elec-
tricity Demonstration by Brad Rees; ((3) Magnets by Josh Tomlinson. !Ma (
BOTANY: ((1)) How Water Plants by Lori Kilgore; (2)) Plant In
I.EGACQF Bottle by Donna Hoyle; (3) Terrarium by Bobby Roberts.
ZOOLOGY: (2) Bird's Nest by Cara Kaye Hardenbrook; (2) Snakes by 1 JNu
Sarah &Danny Falkenberg; (2) Dinosaur Diorama by Kathleen Hazelton;
((2) Nests by Roberta Searcy; ((3) Shells by Natasha Hancock.

LOVE: V ;;'

50th Wedding Anniversary A1

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Celebrated by TysonsMr.
Mr.&Mrs. Howard Coleman

Icing on the Cake... & Mrs. Albert Tyson of Starke celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary

Lavon Drlva and Guy Andrews, leaders In the Anti-Littering campaign with a reception on Saturday, May 27 at the KOA Kampground The Colemans Celebrate! 50thMr.
Hank a huge tiered cake, baked for the occasion by Barbara Reddish and Velma banquet Grant.room. The reception was given by their eight children and Ms.
embossed with the title of the of Love". & Mrs. Howard Coleman
campaign song "Legacy Guests were surprised on Saturday Apr. 22 with a
were greeted at the door by Ms.Bessie Tyson and Ms. Willie Mae
Tyson. reception honoring them on their 50th wedding anniversary.;
The reception was hosted by their children, Rev. Alton Coleman, Mrs.
couple was seated at the head table with a lattice
background Carlene
Dawkins Mrs. Hazel Bass
and Mrs. Sandra Crawford in the
decorated with green ivy with pink and gold ribbons and two large white Sampson City Church of God Fellowship Hall.

Locally Produced Video Puts wedding the lattice bells, accented at the center.with gold Two and large white palms were placed at each side of The hall was decorated in traditional gold and white with gold helium
mums. balloons which read, "Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary", displayed
New Emphasis on LitterThe The centerpiece for the couples' table was an arrangement of pink and throughout the area.
blue candles.A carnations. daisies, mums and babys breath, flanked by two gold The tables were covered with white linen cloths and antique white
overlays. The center table held a two-tier wedding cake with
littering problem which is threatening the beauty and appeal of variety of finger foods and seasonal fruits were served from a table accented golden 50 and a single layer on each side depicting the they topped were mar-a
towns and cities across the nation, as well as state and national parks and with a centerpiece identical to that of the couples table. Golden 50th ried ((1939) and the present year. Two candles flanked year! the cake. The
scenic highways, was the center of attention Thursday night May 25, at a Anniversary streamers, balloons and bells decorated the entire room. A candles were designed with 50th on them by their grandson, Robert
gala presentation of a locally-produced video tape introducing the song, beautiful three tier anniversary cake decorated with pink roses and blue Dawkins, who also took pictures with the assistance of his wife, Kathy.
Legacy of Love". ribbons topped with a bride and groom dressed in gold was cut by Ms. Granddaughter Dyana Crawford and grandson's fiancee, F'reda Jones,cut
The anti-litter campaign song, which its chief backer Guy Andrews Mazella Roux of Jacksonville.The punch was served from a crystal punch the cake.The punch table displayed two crystal punch bow.ls and two more
hopes will be played by disc-jockeys near and far,was written-music and bowl by Ms. Phyllis Wright of Starke. decorated candles. Serving the punch were the couple's granddaughters
lyricsby Lavon Drives, an elementary school music teacher,who sees it Approximately 100 friends and relatives attended the affair. The guest Christi! Coleman and Regina Bass.
as a possible teaching aid to make children,and their parents, more aware book was kept by Robin Tyson and Kim & Keisha Hampton. Momentoes of The coffee table held assorted finger sandwiches and wan centered witha
of the litter problem. The song, sung on the video by a chorus of:37 school the occasion- gold flowers, matches and scrollswere passed out by flower arrangement made by Diane Hughes and presente d to the coupleas
students of all ages, is an appeal to parents to join in the anti-litter cam- Katina Hampton,Tanisha Hamilton and Monica Tyson. Music was provided a momento of the occasion.
paign as a "Legacy of Love'. by Annie Perkins, Tyrone Sanders, and Wilie Randolph. Rev. Alton Coleman emceed the occasion and read a computer printoutof
The Starke Woman's Club hosted this event which was given in honor of The couple received many gifts and a special card from Pres. & Mrs. memories from Then and Now, which was given to the ouple by their
the student singers, their parents, the team of Andrews and Drivas who George Bush. nephew, Paul Andrews.
conceived and created the anti-litter promotional video, the staff of Pro The couple was married on May 30, 1939 in Starke by Mr. C.A. Knight, anotary Son-in-law, J.W. Crawford, along with his daughter, Dyan a, sang a duet
Media Studios,the producers; and station WCJB-TV who filmed the tape in public. titled, "Only God Could Love You More." Playing the accompanying
Starke several weeks ago. The Tysons' children are: Eddie Tyson of Lakeland, Albert, Jr., of music on his keyboard was grandson, Alex Coleman.
Andrews has also established a non-profit corporation Legacy of Love, Orlando, Mary Walker of Titusville, Leroy Tyson of Saudi Arabia, Willie Granddaughter, Misty Crawford, kept the guest book at the front table,
Inc., through which the video and audio cassettes of the song will be Tyson of Titusville, and JoAnn Hamilton, Linda Hampton and Marvin which was decorated with white doves and another flower rrangement.
marketed. He hopes that sufficient funds will be raised to finance similar Tyson, all of Starke. The occasion was captured on video by Mrs. Karen Patter'son.
anti-litter projects in the future. The video included scenes shot on Call They have eighteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The children wish to express their appreciation to the friends and family
Street,showing the difference between the littered look and the clean look, which made this special day a Very Special Memory!
and also featured scenes on Kingsley Lake.
The Woman's Club event was attended by over 200 people and was coordinated --
by Marjorie Thompson, assisted by floor hostesses Vernie Odom, BRADFORD COUNTY
Nancy Roberts, Thelma Jennings, Vicki Teal, Gere Johns,Diane Norton,
Aurelia Byrd, Mona Canova, Joella Hardy, Peggy Thomas, Betty Haas, )
Leila Mundy, Elizabeth Nasworthy, Donna Wells, Lillian Stump, Jeanette
Kincaid, Carol O'Steen and Evelyn Griffin.
ZraphServing :

94th Birthda Observed by Mrs. Beulah SmithMrs. .

Beulah Smith celebrated her 95th birthday anniversary on Friday,
May 19, with a family dinner at her home on Santa Fe Lake. : Bradford County for HO years.

"J/V"1Aittbhg .
vfcrjBruhelHF'Murray'both ofFerna-ndina'' .
; Tresslie Cheshire of Gainesville; '
Hayden Smith of Crawfordville; and Zenophon Smith a retired railroad -y.JJ.t

agent Also of present Starke. .were a number of her grandchildren and great ) Ours ;.tJ.! M a A .. .--1..k'

grandchildren.Mrs. r.,
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Melissa '
Named to UF ':
Mr.&Mrs.Albert Tysonaojgoanoa 1ERSA.R.I.
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JP' j Harold and Jane Gay announce '
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their daughter Melissa was namedto ISsVE 'II' "
the "President's Honor Roll" at

the University semester 1989.of Florida for the spring ,'. h,.. .. a ?$

To qualify for the President's ., ..,
Honor Roll Melissa had to earn a : .
4-point grade average as a full-time :i!' ,
undergraduate student. ;r ,
Melissa, a senior majoring in
i history, will graduate from UF in coiningthis :i:
December, 1989. "1,,
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.Beulah Smith Gospel Sing Set : / =

At Church of GodA .<.d.3r.

f QQJIAnnouncing. gospel sing will be held at the D:
Church of God of Prophecy, Inc., summer
this Saturday night, June 3 at 7:30: ,
p.m. Featured singers will be the S..
Thornton Family. tj;,,! ,"
Pastor W.T Laney welcomes Cathy Martin ;' '. .
.Madison Brabham Z .:
everyone. ,
Danny and Shawn (Hart) "' %- -
Brabham announce the birth of a Clance-Smith HonoredAt Cathy Martin ..."" 1ntclJ-. atti' t ,.d f

daughter,Madison Fae,born May 24 Rehearsal PartyShi Graduates from Y't'
in NAS Jax, and weighing 9 lb., 9 oz. ;
She joins two brothers, Danny, Jr. Smith, Jr, and Gale Thrash Lee College to-r t : !' _
and Matthew, entertained their son Kirby and hisfiancee' I .' ,
Cathy Martin .of Lawtey q ; I
Maternal grandparents are Cynthia at the Western Lee ,
Homer F. Hart and Mr. & Mrs. Steer Steakhouse on Thursday, May graduated from College in "{A.t." t
Leroy Stalvey. 25 with a steak dinner. Cleveland, Tenn., with the degree of I
& The honored Bachelor of Science in Elementary
Paternal grandparents are Rev. guests presented
Mrs. Spivey M. Brabham. wedding attendants with gifts before Education.
dinner was served. The tables were The 69th annual commencementof
the took place at the Conn If have information that depictsthe
.. William Sanders II beautifully decorated with ar college you any
rangements of flowers. Pink and Center on the Lee campus on Saturday
William and Lisa Sanders an- white tulips were at the head table, May 8. Martin was part of a history of this county or area, callus
nounce the birth of a son, William and green fern was placed along the graduating class of 214, the largest
Miles Sanders, II. Born at Shands center of each table with miniaturefans graduating class in the history of the immediately, 964-6305: '
Hospital on May 27,he weighed 6 lb.. to match the bride's wedding college.
10 oz., and measured 19 inches long. invitations. Thirty guests enjoyedthis Lee College is a four-year liberal
sister Tabitha Nicole arts institution located In Cleveland,
He joins one occasion. .
2% years of age. Hostesses were Mrs. Shi Smith, Tenn., approximately 50 miles south ADVERTISE IN THE '
Maternal grandparents are AlvinC. Jr. and Mrs.James K.Smith,grand- of Knoxville. The fully-accredited
Rix and Donna L. Jeffers, both mother and cousin of the groom, college has an enrollment of over
from New York.Paternal respectively. Decorating was done 1500 and has been in operation since
grandparents are by Mrs. James K.Smith. 1918. rraph:
Starke.Horace and Esther Sanders, both of 1. t



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Church News -
Mini-Course Career Day I church down the gravel road by
Homecoming Set Pastor AppreciationS Bradford Furniture Co.
Held at Lawtey SchoolLawtey At EvergreenChurch This Sunday PiansOldFashion
SundayThis At Pine Valley Pine Grove '
Community School held its Day
7th annual Mini-Course/Career Day "'! Sunday, June 4, Evergreen!! Pine Valley Congregational Church of
ft on Friday, May 5. Students from Taxidermy Popular... Baptist Church in Lawtey will be Holiness Church will be holding its Pine Grove Methodist
to come en-
annual Pastor everyone
having its Homecoming.Featured Appreciation Day this Raiford invites
kindergarten to second grades
Local taxidermist Wayne Harriet and Dinneron
Sunday, June 4. Fashion Day
studied Karate, skills, singers are The Weeks joy an Old
map story- Is always popular with student I There will be services both this Sunday, June 4.
Family and The the grounds
trelllng,banking, farming,and even when he brings In lifelike mounts ht Allegiance. '
11 a.m. devotion and
will Sunday
Everyone is invited to join in Sunday morning Activities begfiTafter
toured a rescue truck,fire truck and has
skillfully preserved.
an electric boom truck from Clay School at 10:30: a.m., Worship ser- 6 p.m. evening devotion for the School at 9:55: a.m.,and church ser-
Electric. vices at 11:30 a.m., then dinner and pastor,Rev. David L. Hodges.After vices at 11 a.m.Activities will be led
Some other choices Included good gospel singing following the the morning devotion,dinner will bespread by Pastor Nell Griffis.
in the
Fpllowshlp Hall at the
worship services.
aerobics led by Ms. Cheryl Godwin -
Starke Recreation --------- -
from the Dept.
square dancing taught by
Superintendent Jim Duncan!, tax- : :
idermy exhibits brought by Wayne i'--
Hardee and a program by Steve
Futch on the mortuary business.Mr. Swift .
Hardee had a drawing for a $
rattlesnake belt, won by Tashemah _
Aaron. Radio announcing was done GROUNDiiiliiiliii I
by Terry Vaughn of WEAG in
Starke. Numerous other classes in- _
cluded horticulture, guitar lessons, Sliced FREE !
hair care, cake decorating, flower S
arranging, truck driving, rock
haulers, scuba diving, drafting,4-H,
National Guard, and many others.
The Lawtey Jr. Beta ''Club provided ..
and a staff.buffet lunch for all the guests HOSTESS 4 Lb.

The staff and student body thanksall I _
who were involved. The programs
were both educa tional and In-

teresting first hand with look the at students possible: receivinga careers. L

The program grows each yearwith \\J H A M S
over represented 35 this different year! careers Prices in this ad good thru

Sunday, June 4, 1989.


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School Superintendent Jim Dun- $198
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at ILawtey's mini- (
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Weddings, Engagements
Anniversaries WISE CHIPS
Call for Frets Consultation ,

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By Dolores MengCongratulations. '

... Family Pack 12Pk.5! 49
Best wishes to Debbie Phillips and .r /
Wayne Kelly who were married STEAK Cans
Saturday, May 27.The wedding took CUBE of
place at the home of her parents, Old South CarolinaPEACHES
Mr.Brooker.& Mrs. 'Norman Phillips near 9vtiwaukee Pepsi, Diet

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Mrs. Mabel NesSmith returned
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Nashvillo, Tenn. She and her 2LTR
former neighbor: Mrs. Cleo Red
ding were a mong the 44 persons en- 99 If-
Joying this trip, sponsored by the \"
Madison St. Baptist Church with Mr. { W f 8949o.
Charles Hazelwood as the friendly 2LTR
driver. Pepsi & Pepsi
The group enjoyed visiting the
Hermitage and the stately 24 Pk.
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OpryLand Hotel with its flowing
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restaurants and many points of in- Cans .
They bed a luncheon while cruis-
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They had good seats during the
and amazedat
OpryLand show were
the gorgeous homes of Oprylandstars
with lovely landscaping they

toured.Of s interest was visiting the 2 Liter All Flavors 8 Oz. IdahoanPOTATO 5 Qt. All Flavors 1/2 Gal. Food Lion Vfe Gal. All Flavors
River' Church where Food Lion Bucket Premium
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children sang and entertained. CRUSH DRINKS FLAKES
Mabol described the trip as a ICE CREAM ICE CREAM FROZEN YOGURT

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On Sunday, May 28 the Sonatina
Music Club presented students of
Mi-s. Nell Mann in a piano recital at sl.
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Among local students participating SAUER'S MUSTARD COMET RICE I Combination
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Mersey Renae Morgan, April Scog-

,Meng.gins, Angela Students in the Meng Gainesville who and had Christina Music participated W 53c ilb 3/$1/ JENoic 79c'

presented that Festival performance.April earlier certificates in. the they year earned were in '

Scoggins received a gift for _
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Student Refreshments by were Mrs.served followingthe Mann. 6 Oz. Salmon/Trout/Turkey Giblet/. 20 Lb. Purina 64 Oz. Carton _


Birthdays.Mr.It Kir*.Lawrence.. Meng hosteda
BBQ and covered dish dinner at 09
their home on Sunday May 28.This ijiN-i $559 99oNdks
was In celebration of the birthdaysof
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Besides good food, music of guitar,
electric piano and singing were enjoyed -

Gospel Music...
On Saturday, June 10, the Souls
Outreach Mission will sponsor a
Gospel Music Jamboree at the
' Hampton City Park. Food will be
available and everyone.Invited to
enjoy the music beginning at 6:30

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Phone: ((904)) 496.2701 PUBLIC NOTICE The proposed action published In the

(I Legal I Notices ] Attorney for Personal The School Board of Bradford County, Federal Register of May 19, 1989' file All with Interred hit Court.persona WITHIN are THREE required MON to

RepresentativeADMIRAL Florida will require the professional follows a review of available Information THS Of THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
services of a registered land surveyor to on the species. This plant is presently NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
'. S. PIPER local the corner and boundaries of known to occur In southernmost Duval and ((2)) any objection by an Interested

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., 1312 Perez Street property belonging to the Bradford County northern St. Johns County Clay person to whom this notice wa mailed
Fl. 32825
School District. County, Putnam north of
REGISTER Florida 32091. The and addressesof County that challenges the validity of the will
FICTITIOUS NAME the personal names and the Personal RepresentativeOf The scope of the project and required Palatka Bradford County north of the qualification of the personalrepresentative
the Estate of service are a* follow Stark, and Baker south of Interstate
Pursuant : County venue or (jurisdiction of
to Section 865.09, Florida personal r.r.r..ntatlv.. attorney are Shirley E. Piper, Deceased I. Provide land 10. It
Statute, notice Is set forth general survey to was teen In the post In the Cour.t.ALL ,
hereby given that the 2tchg 5/25-6/1 local and mark northeast Union The
undersigned MICHAEL All Intersted are required to property boundariesand County. species Is CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
N. persons
615 BENEDEITO. file corner at the Agricultural Farm. threatened by urban development by SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Ev.rgr..n St.. Stark. with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON
32091 NOTICE CF INTENTIONTO Descriptions and other the cessation of controlled of Its Publication
and STANLEY LOEWENKAMP THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS pertinent Information burning of this notice has begun on
1810 REGISTER I I. available from the director' pine flatwoods habitat and by forestry May 23 1989.
Wyman Ave San NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate
? Francisco, Calif. FICTITIOUS
NAME office of Bradford-Union Vo Tech at 609 practices that disturb the ground and Personal Representative:
4I28, and ((2)) objection) by Int.r..t.dp..on
Joint owners, doing business any an Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
under the firm to whom this notice mailed North Orange Street, Starke, Florida produce dense, heavily shaded stands of FRANKLIN DELANO THOMAS
name of ADVANCED was Statues, notice I I. hereby given that the ...
COMPUTE that challenges the validity of the will 32091 Telephone ((904)) 9646150. Post Office Box 368
TECHNOLOGY 615 undersigned C. W. HEAVNER JR., Firm or Individual Interested In All the presently known populations Stark., Florida 32091Attorney
the of the providing
tend Evergreen St., Stark., Fla., 32091 In. qualification personal Rout 5, Box 7800 (Morgan Road), this service should submit the of this plant occur on privately owned for Personal Representative:
to representative venue or jurisdiction
register said fictitious name STark., Fl. 32091 and SHANE
under the the Court. following: land and no critical habitat Is proposedfor A. J. THOMAS. JR.
aforesaid itatute. JOHNSON Route 5, Box 7800 (Morgan A. Nonce of Interest to provide the the spcls. Private landowner Fla. Bar No. 080745
this 18th day of May 1989. In Road), Starke, Fla. 32091
'joint owner, services should not be adversely affected by Post Office Drawer 4078
County. 4tpd 5/18.6/8 Publication of this notice has doing business under the firm name of B. Verification of current registrationsas Federal listing of this species at endangered Ft. lauderdale, Fl. 33338
':'; tr1 I Cn! May 25, 1989.Co.P..onol begun on POOL DOCTOR(a pool service), Route, a land surveyor In the Slat of because the Act does not protect MOV: 535-rmi:
Box 7800 Morgan Road. Stark, Florida Florida. plants from private activities on Control 090
Representatives: 32091 Intends to register told fictitious C. private lands. A possible I I. 2tchg 5/25.6/1
Verification exception
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO HAZEL LEE SILCOX. WILLIAM E. SILCOX, name under the aforesaid statute. of successful performance
that the Federal
REGISTER JR., and GERALD SILCOX. all of Route 5, as a land surveyor on a Florida government regulatesthe
Dated this 25th day of May 1989, In use of pesticides and herbicides to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH
FICTITIOUS NAME Box 7180. Stark., Florida 32091
Pursuant D. Other information about avoid harm to listed species. No evaluation
to Section 865.09, Florida Attorney for Personal Representative: the firmsor FORD COUNTY FLORIDA.
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the JOHN H. JONES. ESQUIREP. 4tchg Individual's ability to perform the ser- hoe been mad a* to whether the CASE NO: BB.476-CA
undersigned, HELEN SMITH, Rout.4, Box O. Drawer 1030 vice.All use of any chemicals would be restricteddue IN RE: The Matter of
1563 Starke, Florida 32091, sole owner Stark., Florida 32091 Control 089 THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Information should be sent to Mr. to this proposed listing. The Adoption Of:
doing business under the firm name of ((904)) 964-5701 2tchg 5/25.6/1 COUNTY FLORIDAPROBATE Jim Duncan, Superintendent of Schools, Comments from the public on the proposal ROBERT ALLEN JOHNS
HELEN'S BARGAIN CENTER, Rout 4, Box DIVISIONFile District School Board of Bradford County, should be submitted to the Field a
1S63. Stork., Florida 32091 Intend to No.89-69-CP' 582 North Temple Av*., Stark, Florida Supervisor U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service minor.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
register said fictitious name under the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, 1.4062 32091. 3100 University Boulevard South : ROBERT CLIFTON BURKE
aforesaid statute. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR IN RE: ESTATE OF All Interested firms or Individualsmust Suite 120. Jacksonville Fl. 32216 by Address Unknown.

Dated this 15th day of May, 1989, In BRADFORD COUNTY. IN PROBATE. LINDSEY A. WANTON, reply In writing no later than 4:00: August 17, 1989.' Requests for a public YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Bradford County. CASE NO.89-72-CP Deceased.NOTICE P.M. on the 26th day of June, 1989. hearing may be submitted by July 3, Petition for Adoption of the minor child
5/18-6/8 1-4065 TO CREDITORSTO 3tchg6/1-15 1989. Additional Information may be obtained
4tpd ROBERT ALLEN BURKE has been filed In
Control 085 IN RE: ESTATE OF ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Control 095 from the field office at the above the above-styled Court. You are further
SHIRLEY E. PIPER Deceased. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE address or telephone ((904)) 7912580. notified that the Court waive content

NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND ESTATE: NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT-OF Control 098 due to abandonment of the minor child
REGISTRATIONOF BENEFICIARIESTO You are hereby notified that an Orderof AN ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN COUNCILOF IIchg 6/1 and grant on adoption of the minor
We the undersigned.: being duly DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE entered In the estate of LINDSEY A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on June AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA You are required to serve a copy of
worn, do hereby declare under oath AND TO BENEFICIARIES: WANTON Deceased File Number 13, 1989, at 7:30 P.M., the Town Council PROBATE DIVISION your written defenses If any, to the action
that the names of all parties Interested The administration of the Estate of 89-69-CP by the Circuit Court for Brad of the Town of Breaker, Florida in CASE NO. 89-75-CP on the Plaintiff attorney, whose
,in trio business or profession carried on Shirley E. Piper, deceased, File No. ford County, Florida Probate Division regular session to be held at the Breaker FILE NO. 1-4068 name and address Is DARLA JEAN
under the name of: CAVALIER PRO 89-72-CP, 1-4065, I I. pending In the Circuit the address of which Is P.O. Drawer B, City Hall Brooker, Florida will considerthe IN RE: ESTATE OF CHRISTOPHER. Post Office Drawer 40
DUCTS: CAVALIER PRODUCTS, INC.; and Court of Bradford County Florida, Starke, Fl. 32091, that the total cash following Ordinance on second EVA MAE THOMAS, Storke, Florida 32091 on or before June
, CPI In the County of Bradford, Slat of Probate Division, the address of which It value of the estate is$1,926.00 and that reading and proposed thereof. Deceased. 26, 1989' and file the original with the
Florida and the extent of the interest of Bradford County Courthouse, Stark, the names and addresses of those to ORDINANCE NO.passage 1989-3' NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Clerk of this Court, either before service
I each ore ai follows: Florida 32091. The name and address of whom It has been assigned by such AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE Administration of the Estate of on the Petitioner*' attorney or immediately
I NAME AND ADDRESS: the Personal Representative and the order are: SALE OF LIQUORS ON SUNDAY IN EVA MAE THOMAS Deceased File thereafter; otherwise the
Danka Industries, Inc. Personal Representative's attorney are Annlebelle Wanton BROOKER FLORIDA ESTABLISHING A Number 8'1.75CP.' Is pending In the Circuit relief requested In the Petition will be
11201 Danka Circle NorthSt. set forth below. Rout 2, Box 2590 SHORT TITLE PROVIDING; FOR EN- Court for Bradford County Florida granted.
Petersburg, Fl 33716 All persons are required to file with Melrose, Fl. 32666 FORCEMENT AND; PROVIDING A PENAL. Probate Division the address of which Is WITNESS MY HAND and official teal of
EXTENT OF INTEREST the Clerk of this Court WITHIN THREE All person are required to file with Bradford County Courthouse, Post Office this Court on this 23rd day of May 1989.
100% CALENDAR MONTHS FROM THE FIRST the clerk of sold court WITHIN 3 CALENDAR TY.Sold be Drawer B, Stork., Florida 32091. The CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBy
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claim.agaln.t proposed ordinance may inspected names and addresses of the personalrepresentatives Carol Williams
! !.!Industries. Inc. MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST by the public at the Brooker City
the estate In the form and and Clerk
manner the personal Deputy
I Nicholas M Arforas, Hall Brookr, Florida during the hours
I described by Section 733.703. Florida representatives attorney are set forth Control 091
Treasurer against the estate In the form and manner
of 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon ,
I Statute, and Rule 5.490 of The Florida on Mondays below. 4td'Q 525.61'cRAFT '
Section of the
Control 074 Rules of Probate and prescribed by 733.703 Fridays, and Saturdays.All .
4tchg 5/11.6/1 cedure. Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the Interested parties may appear at
The Last Will and Testament of the Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship the meeting and be heard with respectto LAMP OF JESUS C SHOP presents
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN decedent SHIRLEY E. PIPER, was admit Procedure.ALL the proposed ordlnanc
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ted In the abov-styled court CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO Charlen Thomas, Clerk
tot.robot. FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Control 097 "Odds 'NEJune nds Sale".m.
PROBATE DIVISION by May 18 1989. The Personal
Publication of this notice has begun
IIchg 6/1
CASE NO. 89-67-CP Representative Is the only
FILE NO. 1-4060 beneficiary named in the Will. If you 10 9:30 5:30
Myron C. Prevail, Jr. LEGAL NOTICETh. a. : p.m.REE .
IN RE: ESTATE OF desire any further Information pleas
WILLIAM SILCOX contact the undersigned Personal AttorneyP.O. U.S. Department of the Interior
Deceased. Representative or the attorney. Publication Drawer790Keystone Fish and Wildlife Service announces a Good Junk Craft Demo.. F Coke & Blueberry Plant-

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION of this Notice began on May 25, His., Fl. 32656 proposal to add Bertram's Ixla, Salp- Door Prize Donated by Weeten n Steer, Little Caesar, Florida
The Administration of the Estate of 1989.' Telephone ((904))473.4993 Ingostylls coelestlna to the list of endangered Theatre, Badcock'., Clark's f I ULmark Store, Powell'. Dairy
WILLIAM SILCOX Deceased File HAL Y. MAINES Control 094 species In order to give It the
Freeze, Family Hair Design La imp of Jesus and Starke Lane
Number W-67-CP Is pending In the Circuit P.O. Box 182 2tchg 6/1-8 protection of the Endangered SpeciesAct
Florida, of 1973 (Act) as amended. I
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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE: As the 1988-89 school year begins drawing to for their hospitality on May 16 during the tour. Thanks also to parents at- JennlferC.Dodge
a close, many exciting things are happening at Starke Elementary. This tending our awards ceremony Thursday In the cafeteria. Thanks to Mr. From May 4-6,seven delegates representing Bradford High School Stu-
past Tuesday and Thursday evenings we hd awards assemblies for grades McKinney, Mr. Hartley and Mrs. Thornton for their hard work to make it dent Council attended the Florida Assn. of Student Councils' 49th Annual
2-9, and we had a kindergarten awards assembly Friday. Tonight, June 1, such a success. Fifth graders appreciate the dedication and hard work Convention.
at 6 p.m. will be the First Grade Awards Assembly, followed with the from Mrs. Patty Anders this year for typing the newsletters each week. This Is where the Student Councils from all districts in Florida come
kindergarten graduation at 7:30p.m. in the BUS auditorium. Have a good summer everyone! together to vote on resolutions presented by the various districts. The
Friday,June 2,will be the last day of school and final report cards will go MRS. TETSTONE'S FIFTH GRADE Creative writing this week dealt resolutions which are passed then go to the Florida Legislature to be voted
home. with our students leaving SES to become six graders at BMS.This activitywas
LUNCH MONEY LOAN FUND: Tuesday, May 30 was the LAST day we a follow-up from last week's tour of BMS. The following poem was on.They also elect officers for FASC and their individual districts. In
can loan lunch money, so its important that provisions be made for each turned in by Heather Williams: District 2, Bradford High School was voted the President School.The Vice
child's lunch and people who owe the lunch fund should send in their pay- GOODBYE: We were the oldest, The head of the class. Ahead is the President School is Columbia County High School. The
ment to settle their account. future, Behind Is the past. Secretary/Treasurer School is Branford High School.
PTO OFFICERS for 198990The: following officers were elected to serve We are now the youngest; The"peons" of the class; And though we like While there, the student delegates also attended workshops on different
at a meeting held May President Linda Wilkinson; Vice President the future, We won't forget the past.. topics they could present to their school, such as the effect of drug and
Cheryl Moss; Treasurer Kelli Luke and Secretary Rhoda Wainwright. The past still lies behind us,The future still lies ahead,And we go to the alcohol abuse, school spirit and academic incentive programs. They also
A big thank you to our outgoing PTO President, Mrs. Betty Hildebrand, BIG school, Where colors are yellow and red! saw motivational films and heard speakers on leadership principles.For .
who did an outstanding Job and has been a very pleasant and cooperative Goodbye SES. more( information about this year's Student Council, contact Steven
person to work with By Heather Williams Thornton, President, at Bradford High School.
FIFTH GRADE NEWS: A big thanks to Dr.Mazella and his staff at BMS Fifth Grader


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Page 12A TKI.KGKAPII June i. IIHI! !

Tornadoes Are Big Winner in Spring JamboreeTornado

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gridders beat Interlachen BUS 33 HIS 6 -
High 33-6, but then almost beat Big fullback DeSue BHS could got only to the two yard UIIS 3 :;">bioac U The Tiger defense swarmed over
Clyde scored the fourth quarter, after watt line before having to call which
themselves against Union High on Donnie Keystone never got untracked -
twice on short dives, back Aaron O'Neal kicked a 20-yard
before running ching BUS demolish Interlachen Francis to kick a short field for .
winning 10-7 overtime In goal
the annual football Clint Reed ran 58 yards for a TO, High, the Union Tigers showed they the win. field goal after an 11 play 46 yard
jamboree playedin Keith Jenkins a fumble won't be VHS scored Clint Reed drive to edge Union High 3-0 by
Lake Butler last Friday night, yards a pushover. smelled out a fake field HIS 6 Keystone 0
and ran it some 50 for a TD first against BUS, then use their goal came very close to Keystone High.
April 26.Each and running back AI Jones scoredfrom quickness and hung tough to force a shovel pass forward intercepting The field goal came midway the Keystone was surprised by on the
team plays two quarters of on Union's second play of the first period whenInterlachen's
two yards out against In the quarter into overtime. Union's third down, throwing the period. Union used the running of
football in the Tigers for Dean
Spring jamboree, buta Smith ran 59
terlachen. Paul Hardin, Alan Crawford, Kyler
Dukes scored around left end an
yard loss
different team In each to the 15. yards for the first touchdown of the
Only bright spot for the Rams was as Tiger blockers kept the pressure Union Alan Crawford attempted Cohen, and Rondoll Huggins from
Union High hosted the 1989 jamboreein an 88-yard kick-off return by No. 45, field a the T-formation and I-formatlon game.
on defensive end Chris Dmkins and goal from the 25,but shanked
which the hometown beat to After that, KHS held Smith to
Tigers Dean Smith,who showed the fans he cornerback Lance Wiggins. Dukesran low and to the right. with two wldeouts. runs
Keystone High 3-0, BHS beat In- of 7 and 8 yards.Keystone's .
will be a force to reckon with this right between the two Tornado Union moved the football and kept
terlachen 33-6, Interlachen beat Todd Taylor recovereda
season. defenders KHS on the defense without a first
Keystone 6-0. and BHS beat Union Penalties kepi BUS in the hole Ram fumble on the Interlachen 20
DeSue ran five times for 25 yards down. Cohen had runs of 9,8,1,3, 12,
Union went on offense first and against Union.
10-7 in overtime. Reed ran three times for 83 yards. BUS hold. on the four downs. But punt gave UHS Interference the football with a and 9 yards. Hardin had runs of 5,4, yard line, drove to the IHS 8 yard
on the and 6 yards. line before QB Tim Hardee was hit
BHS 28, then a face mask penalty in the backfield by Interlachen'sEurlee
Keystone was penalized a per-
placed the football on the BUS 12 sonal foul when UHS got close mov- Baker and the Rams
yards yard line.out. Dukes scored from 13 ing the football from the Indian 15 to recovered the fumble and saved a
the 9 yard line. probable touchdown.

Coaches Pleased With Showing,

But 1989 Schedule is Tougher"We're

pleased with the over-all Coach Hurse was also pleased
progress of spring practice," said with the BHS defense,which held The Schedule...
Head Coach David Hurse after last op- BHS has five new
ponents to about 20 yards offense in opponents:
Friday night's jamboree in which each quarter.Just Wildwood in the opener, Jackson-
BHS won 33-6 over Interlachen High about everybody on the BHS ville Lee, Jacksonville Paxon,
and 10-7 in overtime over Union team played in both quarters, Coach Gainesville Eastside and Madison.

High.Our Hurse said, except for one player
experience was evident in who had missed practice and was
our Hurse play noted."However in.the jamboree," Coach purposefully held out. Gone from the BHS schedule for
Interlachen's No. 45, Dean Smith, 1989 are: Nease, Bishop Kenny,
we were still penalized is a tough runner Coach Hurse Flagler Palm Coast, all district
45 yards in the last quarter. Of noted. "We bounced right off when op-
.. that's ponents,plus Class 2A foes Keystone
course, for the .
par game."I we tried to tackle him. BHS plays Heights; and Newberry High.;
." congratulate Union High. I Interlachen in the season finale.
don't want to take anything away

/ x J' defense from them.," Hurse They said.played tough Coach Roland Cummings expressed Wildwood is the"biggest high
-'lC.t.;:: satisfaction with the defensive
football team he's
"- :: "However, we feel good about the ever seen,

;4 '!\o..,.. .1i .. way Hurse our added kids,played both quarters," secondary secondary during was spring not tested practice.The in the. Coach favored Hurse to win its says.district.Madison Jax Lee is,
pleased with the
\: : way jamboree. Coach Cummings noted. which went down to Class 3A
., the Tornadoes came back from a 7-0 won
: ....1. deficit to UHS late in the quarter. the Class 4A district in Jacksonville
The BHS backs 10 of the past 12 years Eastside's
played The players now need to get in the
r1aF line
well, Hurse said. He referred to the weight room this summer and work averages 285 pounds per man,
Hurse noted.Legion.
Trouble for BUS r running of Clint Reed, Clyde DeSue, out now, in preparation for a tough
Opponents. and Al Jones, and the blocking of season coming up Coach Cummings
I BUS fullback dint Reed (33)bowed be will be one of the top off enslve threats hb Fall when the regular football Keith Jenkins. noted. Baseball
season begin with an outstanding performance In the Spring Jamboree.Chasing Reed I* Lake Butler defender Chris

llodgeton-< (20). Tryouts Set
Area baseball players aged 15-19
are invited to try out for an'
American Legion baseball team bas-
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TERWILLEGAR Try-outs started May 31 and will
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And away as acrobatic filers practice -

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BCT Stall WriterA The highlight of the weekendcame
big crowd of airplane lovers with a performance by the
were on hand last weekend to United States National utt.tl nl 111 oHr,, rt tm n-.
watch aerobatlc stunt filers do Aerobatlc Team which put on a 4 -, ,i "s.s 4 4,
their dangerous deeds In the hair-raising show for an
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Keystone Heights Airport. takes an experienced pilot to
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Cpl.Completes Corey Course Smith Completes Radio o To Be @ The 3rd Annual Family- Fun be games, storytelling- skits woodsy
Training in Calif. Shown June 6 Festival will be June 3 at the Santa owl and a petting zoo. Films, for
Marine Lance Cpl. Corey T. On Video TapesVideo Fe Community College parking lot senior citizens will be going on inside
Smith, son of Eddie G. Smith of Marine Pfc. Ronald L. Thomas II, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the college, says Beverly McGee,
Brooker, recently completed the son of Ronald L. and Nancy Thomasof Cliff Chapman, President of Brad- coordinator for Bradford Senior
Turboprop Propulsion Mechanic Starke and Brenda and John An- ford Interagency Council, says Center.
Course at Chanute Technical Train- drews of Lake Butler,has completed tapes showing actual of hazardous waste incinerators "there will be something for family Find out about the recreation
ing Center,Chanute Air Force Base, 9 weeks of AM/FM Radio Com- scenes of communities in several is blamed for the high cancer members of all ages. This fun department summer activities, as
Rantoul, 111 munications Training at Palms, states that have hazardous waste rate,Mrs.O'Briant-Johnson said. festival will be better than ever!" they demonstrate gymnastics and
During the 11'week course, Smith Calif. incinerators, and the detrimental Opponents{ of incinerators are Health care screening will be karate, as well as having information
covered the operation and He is now stationed at Camp effects they are having, will be working for other alternatives for available. Blood glucose, blood on summer programs.
maintenance of hydraulically Pendleton, Calif., for further train- shown by Sandra O'Briant disposing of hazardous waste, pressure and oxygen levels are free, Legacy of Love, tile antipollutionand
operated propellers controls and ac ing Johnson Tuesday, June 6 at such as recycling and the reduc- while cholesterol checks will have a littering song written by Lavon
He is i a i 1987 graduate of Bradford home, 911 W. Pratt St., at 7:30: tion of waste
cessories. by Bradford
Emphasis was placed on recovery nominal fee to cover lab costs of Santa Drivas, will be sung by
ground safety practices, associated High School in Starke and is the p.m.The methods at the plants where they Fe Health Care. County school children.
ground support equipment and elec- grandson of Mr. & Mrs. W.L. tapes show scenes along are generated. Take tours of Bradford County'snew These are just a few of the activities
trical fundamentals.. Thomas of Starke,Mr & Mrs. Kahle "Cancer Corridor" where the use bookmobile, an emergency scheduled for. .this. family
A 19(18( graduate of Buchhol/ High Bickel of Starke, and Mr. & Mrs. vehicle and fire engine. There will event.
School in Gainesville, he joined the Roy Hawkins of Jacksonville.
Marine Corps in September 19118

D. Schuck PromotedTo W4>

Senior AirmanDaniel i'r

L. Schuck, son of Royal E. 'rj w41Ci
Schuck, Jr., of Ontario Calif., and
Dorothy Sowell of Brooker, has been
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rank of senior airman.
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specialist! at Mountain Home Air
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Gets PromotionMarine WHOLE i

Lance Cpl. Spencer L. THERE'S NOTHING
Smith, son of Marlyin E. Duncan of
Lawtey, has been promoted to his HALF
present rank while serving at or
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near-perfect credit records and ade- ?
quate income to( support the IJOW PRICE Tllflft9.d EVERYPRICEDAY EVERYDAY
payments.Before DW PRICE
( financing a car, shop wHlw of
around. Call banks and savings and iji SMOETEMINO
loan assoiations > your area first. I
Also contact credit ions you mightbe f
eligible to join.If ; I 1 '
you plan to deal with a finance GOOD LOOKIN'GREAT
company rather than a financial In-
stitution, make sure the company is I I E '
licensed with the state. This information COOKIN'iDINNERS
can be obtained by callingthe
Comptroller's toll.free hotline at
18008483792.It .
is a good time to buy an
automobile, but don't be pressuredto FAMILY PACK( I
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remember: If it sounds too good to ..L*.SLAW $099 ,
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Here are a few of the many bills Y BOILED HAM ALL VARIETIES THRIFTY' MAID
that have been introduced in Con- COCA SUPERBRAND SLICEDPEACHES
gress of interest to Veterans in Brad-
ford County: DRINKING( WATEr : I Meie
SENATE BILL 13: To amend Title HALF
38, United States Code (U.S.C.) to increase LB. '
the rates of disability compensation 12PK12oz. 2
and dependency and indemnity : 58' + 690
compensation (DIC) for I BAKERY FRESH CANS L ._ GAL. CAN
veterans and survivors to increasethe .
allowances paid to disabled REGULAR or LIOHTMILWAUKEE'S
veterans pursuing rehabilitation \21FFEECAKES ""$447 THRIFTY MAID PRICE BREAKER
and to the dependends and 9ge 9ge
survivors programs of certain disabled r BEST BEER . &8 veterans pursuint programs of 6 GREAT $ 99
education, and to improve various FLAVORS SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY
of benefits and health
programs care services for veterans, and for EA. ALL VARIETIES FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE,

SENATE Veterans Affairs BILL 190 Committee.: To amend) Sec- C COLA W.1 .......[ )

tion 3104 of Title 38,U.S.C,to permit PORK SANDWICH u .Lr':[ RECEIVE A
veterans who are retired membersof HAMBUROER $1
the Armed Forces to receive com FRENCH BREAD $499 2-LTR. APPLEI! GIBSON GRADUATION
concurrently with retired BTL. WITH EACH
pensation without reduction in the amountof PIZZAS . HALVES 1 AND FATHER'S. DAYS
the compensation and retired pay. FRESH BAKED
(Sent to( the Veterans Affairs Com I CHEEZY ITALIAN $139 R M's ""$<919 CARDS ANDACCESSORY


38,U.S.C.to modify the eligibility re-
quirements for the mandatory fur-
nishing of Dept. of Veterans Affairs
hospital care to a veteran for a non- I
service connected( disability. (Sent yy-F
to the Veterans Affairs Committee.) LOW PRICES
By William S. Haas
County Service Officer ,
Bradford veterans Service

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Area ArrestsThe _.

following arrests were madeIn cash or surety.Lee was also chargedon Deputy Pat Henry. Bond was set at authorities.
Bradford County by local a capias with obtaining vehicle $2,500. He was released on his own
BUY HERE PAY HERE authorities. with intent to defraud with bond set recognizance. Laverne Chandler, 30, was arrested
at $120.25. He remains In custody. May 22 for retail theft,
WE FINANCE Jeffrey Kenneth Dean, 25, of San Vernell Elaine Hampton, 29, was resisting retail merchant, accordingto
Jose was arrested May 17 for posses Joseph Eugene Coppola, 40, was arrested May 20 on a warrant for Patrolman Gordon Smith. Bond
sion of drug paraphernalia and charged May 18 with violation of violation of probation for forgery, was set at$750.Chandler was released
possession of cocaine, according to parole, fugitive from Justice (New according to Deputy Harvey on his own recognizance.
Deputy Danny Thrift. He was arrested Jersey), according to Deputy Gene Rhoden. Bond was set at $1,000. She
Deals With E-Z Wheels after a$2,000 surety bond was Lee. No bond was set, Coppola was was released on her own George Augustus Smith, 22, was
posted. to be returned to New Jersey. recognizance.Jessie arrested May 18 for violation of pro-
bation petit theft, trespass after
James Marshall Lee, 42, of Bernard Pinchney, 21, of Alachuawas James Padgett, 57, was arrested warning, according to Deputy
TOMMY BRAY (904)064-7783 Alachua was arrested May 17 for arrested May 18 on a warrantfor May 22 for Polk County for Rhoden. Bond was set at$1,000 cashor
1320 N. Temple Avenue possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of probation for sale failure to appear for retail theft, ac- surety. He remains In custody.
Manager Starke FL 32091 possession of cocaine, according to and deliver of a controlled substance cording to Deputy Thrift. Bond was
Deputy Thrift. Bond was set at$2,000 (crack cocaine), according to Chief set at$6,000.He was released to Polk Traffic

Michael Ed Nettles 29 was arrested
May 18 for driving while
license suspended (DWLS), according
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond
was set at$215.25.Roosevelt .
RESERVED'SIGHTS i. Martin, 19, of Starke
"SSs-tr was arrested May 19 for failure to
appear for no valid driver's licensein
PRICES GOOD TRlMCOTFARMSTEAD Union County, according to Deputy -
THURS.-WED., Rhoden. He was released after a
JUNE 1-7, 1989 1 1 $250 surety bond was posted.

U.LCHOK Dwayne Timothy London, 22, of
Gainesville was arrested May 19 for
DWLS, according to Trooper
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS Roberts. He was released after a
$215.25 surety bond was posted.

BONELESS E I FRESH Daniel Nelson Schmidt of Gibson-

I STORE: ton was arrested May 21 for DWLS,
according to Captain William Tillot-
H son. He was released after a $215.25
DELMONICO 8A.M.'S HAM cash bond was posted.

V THIGHS ,' WINGS m. James Monroe Taylor, 30, of
Hampton was arrested May 20 for
STEAKS DRUMSTICKS "PM. ROAST DWLS, according to Patrolman
S Smith. He was released after a
$215.25 surety bond was posted.

RIo Michael Tracy Hoffman, 33, of
YOUR CHOICE Marion County was arrested May 20
9-11 for DWLS, according to Patrolman
$ Smith. He was released after a
LB. PKG. $215.25 surety bond was posted.

49jr 1O Gordon Wayne Baker, 25, of
Starke was arrested May 20 on a
capais charging failure to pay court
costs for DWLS, according to Deputy -
Rhoden.Baker was released after
LB. LB. LB. he paid $50.

Allen Edward Grover, 21, of
Hampton was arrested May 17 for
violation of probation driving under

RIB ROAST . La $397 L FRYER LEGQUARTERS LB. 48 STEAKS or FILLETS lB. 5297j. $1,000 Jason, he Bennett.was released Bond on was his set own at

recognizance.Vivian .

W-D REGULAR YOUNG'N'TENDERGRADE 'A Lucille Murphy,49,was ar-
I FRANKS orBOLOGNA FRYER rested May 18 for failure to pay fine
FRESH $ 38
MARKET $ 1 47 | for DWLS, no tag, according to
GROUND TURKEY u I DRUMSTICKS .* Deputy Gene Lee. Bond was set at

S9C I 0 Dennis DeSue, 21, was arrested
TURKEY FRANKS 11. 1 99 BREASTS .u May 22 for failure to pay fine for no
12oz.PKQ. SELECT LEAN HEALTH & BEAUTY CARE valid driver's license, according to
MADISON BRAND $Q99 y ECONOMY $ -967BOSTON Deputy Lee. Bond was set at$120.25 ,
he ws released on his own
CORN DOGS fe O .r .:a..fj PORKROPS. u ...' ......DOLLAR DAZE recognizance.John .

r-:; .... ;-':..... ,CHICKEN( EGLCGNA' . . IIi: 279 BUTT SALE!I NOW INPROGRESS. arrested Robert May Cobb 22, 26 for,of DWLS Sarasotawas ac-

:? : or FRANKS SELECT LEAN CENTER CUT PORK ROAST cording to Captain Tillotson. He was
:. ,' SMOKED $297 >- released after a $215.25 surety bond

.,., "N..... : PORK CHOPS. La ., was posted.

,............: ggo $157
LB. CostComplaints


y PRICE LO y PRICE Health Care Cost Contain-
ment Board received 81 percent
more complaints about health care
in the first quarter of 1989 than dur-
iCe ing the same period in 1988. The
E 1)j) complaints relating to hospital bills
i '
Nature makes the produce. increased 75 percent.
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. The HCCB is charged by statute to
assist individuals with problems
1 relating to their hospital bills. To
take action on behalf of a consumer,
JUMBO the HCCB needs a copy of the pa
tient's itemized bill and a letter
describing the patient's problems or
concerns relating to the bill.
(t2NgLOi'IVIRYDAY"LOW The HCCB then writes the
hospital's chief executive officer and
requires that an audit be conductedon
the patient's account. A responseis
rr- required within 30 days. Thoughthe
9 HCCB cannot require the
__ HARVEST FRESHSALAD hospital to reduce a bill, it can require -
the hospital to be responsive to
the consumers questions and con-
'RICISi TOMATOESPEANUT cerns. Failure to respond could
result in administrative penalties
EXCLUCHNO SLICED BEEF the hospital. The board has
DEEP SOUTH FREEZER QUEEN 2 $4100 SUPERBRAND HAll$148 against never had to penalize a Florida

ENTREES . rfS! 19 ORANGE JUICE w. hospital for failure to.respond to aconsumer's

.,. complaint.The
'BUTTER DANO'S GOURMET O $K SUPERBRAND HCCB received 74 complaintsin
96c the first quarter of 1988,63 of them
PiZZAS. . . UFO. USUPERBRAND YOGURT t related to specific hospital bills. But
48 in 1989, the first quarter total is 134

SMOOTH 18-02. $1 1 ICE CREAM $175 SUPERBRAND $105 HARVEST FRESH specific complaints hospital with bills.110 relating to

CRUNCHY JAR SANDWICHES ills SOUR CREAM. ItuO: LIMES In both 1988 and 1989,about 73 percent -
of the consumers writing to the
PRE PRICED 2/ISO board in the first quarter about a
COMET 2 84 WHiPPED 6ge SUPERBRANDCHOCOCHARM 9ge o hospital bill received an explanationfrom
CLEANSER 'c TOPPING . cu w. 1001II the hospital. The other 27 percent -
received reductions in their
hospital bill.
4 assistance, patients' bills were
111'-I reduced by 138,869. Of the com- i
1! I FRESH SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. M.WISHMSM! plaints resolved at year's end 55

FLORIDAMANGOES. 9ge percent received reductions in their

HEADLeSS S3 WHITE FRESH GROUPER IA bills. Written and 45 complaints received explanations.in 1988 totaled

LAKE SHflIMP FILLETS HARVEST! FRESH 317. Many complaints on other

LIVE MAINE I ;J. $599 .-I gSIAgg: ONIONS .21 49 e health agencies consumer.care that. In Issues can addition better are referred to assist written the to

LOBSTERS LI.If the board annually
LaDE PRIME $108u. receives hundreds of calls to Its toll-
$8i I free number Involving requests for
.... CATFISH' ".' !W$ |97 SNOW CRABCLUSTERS $ 199 assistance or Information on various.
FILLETS . to 1a health Individuals care complaints.who have complaints ,
about their hospital bills may write
the HCCB at 325 John Knox Road
L-101,Tallahassee FL 32303. If consumers
need guidance on where to
CLEAN STORES AND QUICK complain about other health care
matters, they can call the board's
toll-free number. l-flOO-142-0828, bet-
ween 8 a.m. and 5. p.m. Monday
through Friday. t tr

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Four Local Men Arrested in FracasFour

Starke men were arrested it was over Lt. Hinds had been was posted. He was additionally
Saturday following a confrontationon struck and bitten on the ear and the charged with wilful-wanton reckless
Washington Street with police. other officers had been victims of driving and driving under influence.
swinging fists,arms and feet accor- While processing the trio at the
Two cars drag racing down ding to the report. police department a fourth man
Edward Redding, 23, who
Shelton Boyd Clark Samuel Douglas
t Church St.were stopped by Lt. K. R
Hinds Jr. who called for back-up at Shawn Clark and Bruce Perry were was at the scene of the distrubance,
: May 20, according to arrested and charged with battery ofa came to the station and began curs-
Patrolman the officers. Asked to leave
Gordon Smith. When law enforcement officer disorderly ing
Smith approached North conduct, resisting arrest with several times Redding persisted in
violence. With bond set at $6,000 on his rudeness, and was arrested for
Washington St. he observed of
\--.- the men push Lt Hinds. As Smith exited Perry who was released on his own disorderly conduct. He was released
recognizance. after a $250 surety bond was posted
his vehicle second
a man
E started cussing and swinging. As Sammy Clark, 22, was released according to Patrolman Mack Short.
other officers arrived and tried to after a $2,500 surety bond was
separate the men, still a third man posted. Shelton Clark, 23, was Assisting were Patrolman Perry
\ interferred and struck Smith. Before roloavp<1 lifter q $?7nn wirotv hnnrt Gorman and Jerry Feltner.

t State Attorney's ReportThe I

Bradford Office of State At- control 24 months consecutive, 60 Frederick Lee Sanders arrested
torney Lennard B. Register III days probation concurrent.Double.
received 38 new individual cases
.- .."_.,, I" ,. and/or felony defendants for pro-
secution during the month of April,
.... '. 1.;> according to Investigator Wiley
\ \ Clark. Offer
i4.8y sis ti't Four of the cases were prison
a \ s Information was filed on 18 prior
cases and the office declined to pro-
/I) secute 13 cases. Eight cases were
"' \ dismissed. There was one jury trial.
No judicial action was taken on
seven cases and three violation of -
probations were filed. 19 pleas of
. _.., ".......,.., --7' .vJg m-- -_-.,,.-"*ti- ti .," wee. "' guilty were accepted.
Fifty misdemeanor cases were filed -
Showstoppers... during April. Eight cases were ",
Thwe dancer from Courtney's School of Dance In Starke and Keystone Height helped founder Courtney Cuter dismissed by the state attorney and "" >
celebrate her popular Khool'eighth year of existence last weekend with a special performance Bradford High the office declined to prosecute four
School.Pictured are performers Alyua Stewart.Kelly Connaughton Eric Olsen" Marleka Brokai and Crystal \Valen. cases said Clark. There was one
nonjury trial and 39 guilty pleas
were accepted.

Helicopter Crashes At KH Airport juvenile Seven court.petitions The were state filed attorney in rf

... .... accepted seven guilty pleas and
declined the recommendation of
HRS on nine juvenile petitions.The .
A 41-year-old pilot walked away The copter crashed shortly after Green said that after discussionsand following cases received final
from the crash of his helicopter takeoff spilling fuel and a defoliate phone calls the residents disposition during the month of free
chemical to be sprayed 80 to became comfortable with the
Tuesday morning May 30, at on some spray- April. ---
Keystone Heights Airport. 90 acres of the KH airport property. ing.Green
Keystone Heights City Coun- said that both the herbicideand Inmate Derwin Norris chargedwith Gift. Makeover
Kenneth Wayne Massengale had cilman Archie Green chairman of fuel spill at the crash site, in aggravated battery, filed as :
just taken off in a Bell-47 helicopter the Airport Committee said the pine trees at the airport would require possession of weapon by state
when he reported loss of power to the spraying created some controversywith a clean-up operation. Green prisoner; found not guilty by jury OUR 4-PIECE CARIBBEAN I
tail rotor drive. The pilot reporting residents along Crystal Lake said the city's position would be that trial April 19. ,- BEAUTY BONUS IS FREE Lesson.
minor back injuries, was and members of the Keystone Sport- the owner of the helicopter, Valley John Donahue Crawford arrestedJan. Y WITH ANY ia50 MERLE I .
transported to Bradford Hospital for sman's Club which leases property Air of Bruce, Miss.,would be respon- 2 for burglary petit theft; pledno I NORMAN PURCHASEIt's I
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Attorney's Reportfrom

page 48 Cheryl & Tracy of Classic Cuts

-uec.- 6 for. -burglary- grand theft, dant sentenced on other charges. March 5 for dealing In stolen property March 13, 1988 for possession of coCaine are moving to.US.
dealing in stolen property; pled guilty Julie Martin Diprima charged ,burglary grand theft; dismissed, ; pled no contest,placed on two
sentenced to 18 months Depart- with forgery; insufficient evidenceas to
request investigating agency. years probation, must participate in
ment of Corrections (DOC). to this defendant. ILL
Troy Montgomery Mcintosh arrested drug and alcohol counseling: ar- I09iS
Inmate Tommy Lee Johnson ar- Deborah Louise Fisher arrested March 20 for lewd assault rested for violation of probation; pled -
rested Oct. 25 for aggravated March 15 for possession of stolen upon a child; case transferred to guilty, placed on community\, -
assault, possession of weapon, bat- vehicle; facts do not constitute a misdemeanor division. trol for 24 months. the hair salon
tery of law enforcement officer; pl criminal offense. James Williams arrested Nov. 17

ed ths no DOC.contest, sentenced to 30 mon- for grand theft; defendant being prosecuted Sheldon Boyd Clark charged with Located at 138 N. Water Street Starke
arrested Feb.
Kerry Harry Fisher In other jurisdiction.
aggravated battery,
Roosevelt Green charged with ag- 19 for burglary to auto, petit theft, David Lenard Harris arrestedOct. dismissed, case lacks prosecutivemerit. ; 964-HAIR
gravated battery; dismissed, victim resisting arrest without violence; 18 for dealing in stolen proper .
does not wish to prosecute. dismissed, request to investigating ty; case transferred to misde- David Preston Pegues, Jr. charged -
Johnny Carry Dykes arrested agency.Richard. meanor division. with aggravated Battery
March 5, 1988 for grand theft; defen Dewavne Tyler arrested John Donohue Crawford arrested case lacks prosecutive merit.affray; 1'

I Traffic Court FinalsThe Sinnmer-Likcc. A ? x

following defendant appeared Ricky Eugene Drummond pled Mula pled guilty speeding; fined speeding; fined $144.
before Judge George H. Pierce May guilty DWLS; fined $120.25. Tucker pled guilty violation of DL
1 in Bradford County Traffic Joseph Alan Duke pled guilty $129.Guy Paul Murdock pled no contest restrictions; fined $120.25. 4" IMPATIENSMany
Criminal Court. Their cases received DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended DWLS; presented valid license, Tucker pled guilty DWLS; fined n 1
final disposition. six months, 50 hours community dismissed. $120.25.
work attend DUI school,Tri County Eugene Franklin Norman pled Loraine Vanmet Tyler pled no con- Colors!
Gary D. Hileman pled no contest Probation one year. guilty improper tag; fined $120.25. test allowing unauthorized person to
driving while license suspended Clint Durrence pled guilty DWLS; Norman pled guilty DWLS; fined drive; fined $120.25. Confederate Jasmine
(DWLS); presented valid license, fined $120.25.Douglas $120.25. Jimmy Tyson pled guilty Im- One Gallon d
ordered to pay $50 court costs. Gordon Green pled no Darwin Eugene Prescott pled guilty proper left turn; fined $52. $249Now
Van Henry Payne pled guilty driv- contest expired tag; fined $120.25. DUI; fined $437.50, license Tyson pled guilty DWLS; fined Just.
ing under the influence (DUD; fined Robert Hardee pled guilty no cur- suspended six months, 50 hours com $120.25.
$700, license suspended five years, rent insurance card; presented pro- munity work, attend DUI school, Tri Houten Robert Vanden pled guilty Kill Mole Crickets. Chinch
28 days in jail with credit for time of of PIP, fined $32. County Probation one year. improper tag; fined $120.25. Bugs & More WithOFTENOL
served in Innhouse treatment Hardee pled guilty failed to Im- Albert Willia Ranson pled guilty Vanden pfed gulty DWLS; fined
center,attend advanced DUI school, mediately report accident; fined NVDL; fined $120.25. $120.25.
one year Tri County Probation con- $120.25. Jennie Rebecca Rhea pled guilty Vanessa L. Waldron pled no con-
secutive with case he is now serving Victor Len Jefferson pled guilty no improper change of lane; fined$52. test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County $1388
probation. current insurance card; fined $32. Rhea pled guilty no current In- Probation one year. Now Only...
Gary Wayne Sutton pled guilty Jefferson pled guilty DWLS; fined surance card; fined$32. Waldron pled no contest DUI; fin-
DUI (violation of probation); two $120.25. Rhea pled guilty DWLS; fined ed $1,225 license suspended five
days in Jail with credit for time served Jimmy Lewis Jones pled guilty no $120.25. years, Tri County Probation one DURSBAN IE 5.330z. 799
complete Trl County sanctions. mobile home tag; produced valid James Edward Rochelle pled guil- year, attend DUI school, 50 hours BUGGED
Ricky Junior Gunter pled guilty tag, fined 120.25. ty DWLS; fined $120.25. community work.
DWLS; ten days in jail (weekends), Jeffrey V. Lemire pled guilty Jerry D. Robbins, Jr. pled guilty Dennis Charles Walker pled guilty BY FLEAS?......... I Pint 10"
$100 court costs, Tri County Proba- DWLS; fined $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25.
tion. Terry Quitman Mann pled guilty Jerry Lee Romhilt pled no contest Joseph Stefan Wheeler pled guilty 1599
DWLS; fined $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25. 1 Quart
May 15 Traffic Court William David Marchant pled Nubbie Wendel Rowan pled guilty Wheeler pled guilty no current In-
Deverne Aaron charged with run guilty giving false information; fin- DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended surance card; fined $32. Daconil Lawn Fungicide
ning a fined ed $120.25. six months, 50 hours communitywork Jon Alexander pled guilty NVDL;
stop sign $52. Controls
; Dollar.
Aaron pled no contest to DWLS Michael Shane Martin pled no con- ,attend DUI school,Tri County fined $120.25. .
fined $120.25.Randall ; test NVDL; fined $120.25. Probation one year. Herschell Wheeler pled no contest Spot. Brown jm
Atkinson pled Roosevelt McDonald pled guilty Elizabeth S. Schmidt pled guilty wilful-wanton reckless driving; Patch & More 999
DWLS fined $120.25. guilty NVDL; fined $120.25. expired tag; fined $120.25.Dean ordered to make restitution$326 Tri 2 Lb. H
Lee Andrew Bass pled George Michael pled guilty Evert Selbe pled guilty County Probation one year, fined
DWLS costs reckless driving; fined $120.25. DWLS; fined $120.25. $194.Wheeler
; suspended. L. Norma L. pled no contest DWLS
Christopher Mosley pled guilty Shepas pled guilty ;
DWLS Joseph fined Brewton pled. no contest DWLS; fined $120.25. NVLD: provided valid license, fined ten days in jail with credit. THE GARDEN STOREat
; $120.25.Octo $120.25. Daniel Lee Davis charged with
pled guilty fleeing or
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the pilots all tried to outdo the as much horsepower as their
preceding performance with older counterparts and are
their own exciting show. much more reliable .The highly
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Hezekiah BarringtonMr. Barrington served 20 years in the Warrington Lodge 24 F&AM in Pen- Mrs. Bessie BrowningMrs. Funeral mass was held Saturday, Survivors Include one daughter
U.S. Navy until his retirement when sacola and a member of the Fleet May 27 at St. William Catholic Sarena Phillips of Keystone Hts; two
Hezekiah G.Barrington 65,of he moved to Union County. He work Reserve. Bessie Lee Perry Browning, Church with Fr. Tom Gordon of- sons Pete Vaughn of Palatka and
Lake Butler died Friday at his home ed with Union Correctional Institu- Survivors Include his wife 85, of Raiford died Friday at Brad ficiating. Interment was in Keystone Larry Vaughn of Jacksonville; his .f"
after an extended illness. tion for 21 years and was a member Scyretha (Deet) Poole Barrington of ford Hospital following an extended Hts.Cemetery under the direction of mother Helen Vaughn of Cape Coral
Born in Suwannee County. Mr. If the Fellowship!' Baptist Church Lake Butler; one son, Halbert G. illness. Jones Funeral Home. Fl.; one brother,Tom Vaughn of
Barrington of Lake Butler; one Born in Grande County, Tenn., Cape Coral; and three grand-
daughter Hope Barrington Polandof Mrs. Browning lived in Florida for Mr. Luke Terry, Jr. children.
FOREMOST. and PRICE-WISE Winter Park; two brothers E.J. 32 years. She was a homemaker anda Mr. Lucius L. (Luke) Terry Jr., Graveside funeral services will be
sale Barrington of Reynoldsburg, Ohio member of First Baptist Church in 68,of Keystone Heights,died May 29 held Thursday June 1 at 2 p.m.with
and Ellsworth Barrington of Live Raiford. at his home following an extended il- Rev. Buddy C. Frledlin officiating.
m M-- Prices Oak; five sisters Lula J. Brown of Survivors Include one stepson lness. Interment will be In Keystone Hts.
r combine Valdosta; Mardell Davis Lucille David Browning of Palatka; one Cemetery under the direction of
to bring you 6f/Ol 1 Starling and Hilda Brannon all of foster Ion Henry Dalton Perry of Born June 20, 1920 in Dora Ala., Jones Funeral Horns! ,.
.. LOWER PRICES! Live Oak and Elizabeth Bellflowerof Keystone Hts.; two brothers, Jacob Mr. Terry moved to f.i
.:1.. .. Dee of and Isham Keystone 1981
: Broadway N.C.;and three grand Perry from Miami.He was a Navy veteranof In lieu of flowers donations may
II' children. Albert Perry;several grandchildrenand WWII a former member of the be made to the Keystone Volunteer
Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only Funeral services were held Mon greatgrandchildren.Funeral Lion's Club and a retired hardware Fire Dept., P.O. Box 576 KeystoneHts.
day at the Fellowship Baptist store owner.in Miami. ., Fla. 32856.Franklyn.
Church at Raiford with Rev. Robert services were held May 28
CROWN JOHNNY GILBEY'S Register officiating. Burial was in in the First Baptist Church in WeisgerberMr.
Beulah Baptist Church cemetery in Raiford with Rev. Steve Haskell of- Survivors Include his wife LeonaF. .
Franklyn S.Weisgerber,89,of
ROYAL WALKER VODKA Suwannee County with graveside ficiating. Burial was in Sapp Terry of Keystone; one son, Luke Keystone Heights,died May 23 at his
military rites. Archer Funeral Cemetery with Archer Funeral Terry III of Houston Tx.; three
residence il
RED Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar- daughters, Judy Stearns, Susan lness. following an
arrangements. rangements. Terry and Carla Terry all of

Houston Tx.; one brother GeorgeH. Born June 17, 1899 in Paramus,
Mrs. Anna
CouryMrs. of
Terry Memphis Tenn. and
N.J., Mr. Weisgerber moved to
1699 699LTR Mrs. Frances BattenMrs. Anna Betty Coury 88, of two grandchildren. Keystone In 1969 from Sarasota. He
1199 Memorialization will be
Lake Geneva, died 26 in Brad- by cremation
Frances G. Batten 68, of ford May with interment at a later date was a Presbyterian, a 59-year
Melrose died May 28 at her home Hospital following an extended under the direction of Jones FuneralHome. member of the Pioneer Masonic
750 LTR following an extended illness. illness. Lodge in Hackensack N.J., a
Born June 17,1920 In Jacksonville member of Keystone Golf&Country
Mrs. Batten moved to the Orange Born Feb. 18, 1901 in Pittsburgh In lieu of flowers, donations may Club a retired road and bridgebuilding
CANADIAN Hts./Melrose area in 1957 from Pa., Mrs. Coury moved to Lake be made to North Central Florida contractor in New Jersey
POPOV CLUB HENNESSEY Miami. She was a homemaker and Geneva in 1977 from Miami.She wasa HosPIce P.O. Box 1S23S and Pennsylvania and
VODKA v.s. member of Eden Baptist Church of homemaker a member of St. Gainesville i Fl. 32604. owner/operator of Braden-
Hawthorne. William Catholic Church and a ton/Manatee Paving Company in
member of the Keystone Senior Cleve Vaughn Jr. Bradenton, Fl.Survivors .
Survivors include two daughters, Citizens Club.Survivors .
Cleve Vaughn,Jr., 68,of Keystone
Mary Frances Jones of Eagle River,
Hts., died May 29 in the VA Medical Include his wife,
Alaska and Myra Jean Moody of include five daughters, Mildred J. Denmark Weisgerber
1 099 1 799 1 599 Green Cove Springs; one son,Walter Dorothy Hughes and Helen McKin- Center extended of illness.Gainesville following an one son,Franklyn S.,Jr.,of Bradenton ;-
Hinson of Phoenix, Ariz.
Richard ; ney both of Keystone Hts., Betty ; one step-daughter Shirley
1.75 ten grandchildren and five great- Hurt of Lake Geneva, Laura Cuddyof Born July 26, 1920 In Jacksonville Witham of Keystone Heights; seven
1.75 750 grandchildren. Brandon, Fla.,and Mary Ruppertof Mr. Vaughn moved to Keystone in grandchildren and two great
Los Angeles Calif. one son, LeoA. 1970. He was a Navy veteran of grandchildren.
L < ;<> IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK:"" ": 'v' Funeral services were held May 31 Coury of keystone Hts.; two WWII the retired owner of Vaughn/- Graveside funeral services were
fi in DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev. brothers Joe and George Korey of Johnson Furniture Manufacturing held May 27 with Rev.Leamon Ward
=.LEISCHMANN'S VODKA 4.99 100" =';' Jim Blevins officiating. Intermentwas Jacksonville; one sister Cecila Co.of Jacksonville and Starke,and a officiating. Interment was In Crosby
{KENTUCKY TAVERN 6.99 LTR ; in Sharon Cemetery under the Zater of Jacksonville; 16 grand member of Keystone Hts.Community Lake Cemetery at Starke under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home.
children and 23I great-grandchildren. Church. direction of Jones Funeral Home.

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IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR 1 ba, concrete block, window treatments,
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Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers HOMES FOR SALE dition. Assume payments. Call after 5 wearing brown collar. Last seen 3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrlg DW. garage with door opener antenna
Guide. 1.602.838.8885. ext A 3493. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES Starke p.m. 289.7037 or 2897210. 4tchg Hellbron Springs area. Call anytime. with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet, rose
3tpd 5/18.6/1 EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or 5/11-6/1 473.3160 or 4734512. 2tchg 6/1.8 garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy
I97 WHITE ROAD COMMANDER with erected shell. 3 men, 3 days. 964.8447 85 GLASSTREAM BASS BOAT ISO: 60hp $300 REWARD. small dog miniature Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, total electric
400 Cummings engine. Good tires, or eves 473.3627. 4/20TF Johnson w/power tilt 8 trim Johnson male peek-a poo with snauzer haircut. beautifully landscaped.
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT 8 yr. old but looks like small puppy. BEDROOMS, J'/i BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of ,
reasonably priced Phone 475.2195 HOMES foot control trolling motor custom Small BRICK HOME 4 an acre foyer
child for lost Lastseen
6.11 p.m. Itchg 6/1 from $1.00 (U Repair). Delinquent tax drive-on trailer, all the goodies. Very being crying dog.in LR, DR kitchen w/ refrlg ranga/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundryroom
1974 DELTA 18 OLDS 4 door, $350. Call property Repossessions. Call clean and kept under canvas. 9643411. Grand Am In picked front up of by high lady school grey on and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
964.7235. 2tchg 6/1.8 602.838.8885, ext. GH3493. 3tpd Itchg 6/1 301. Call collect with Information back yard with security lights. Only 71000.
PARTING OUT '71 Datsun pickup good 5/18.6/1 leading to recovery.any((904J854-5859.) BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKEI 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated3BR
motor tires, etc. 964.5180 after 5 p.m. answers to Chipper 3tpd 6/1.15 1 1'10 BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR IBA MH, beach, dock. $190,000
'89 SILVERADO 1500 305 V8 long bed RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 RAIFORD LOVELY HOME SITE 2 BR 1 Ba frame home on 1.63 ocr... Cleared
loaded. Asking payoff. 964.3411. Itchg BEST BUY 3/1 frame, central A/H, In ft landscaped only $ 20,000

1983 CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4 excellent town $26,000. CLEAN, CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Ba plenty of storage space, CHSA, wood
shape, $3500. 4733264. 4tcha 6/1.22 WORTH Rd. 230.THE MONEY 3 BR, 2 ba on State heater, built-in stove, 25.15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
Living/dining room family MATHEWS REALTY
room with fireplace, garage and complete ** garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80.000
LAND FOR SALE satellite system. ( KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/IBa carpet cent heat, windowair

3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA, k"" i.*-A G* -ccrr:::: 964-4469 rB stove, refrlg, DW, 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38,000
100 ACRES six room house and barn. enclosed patio on Iocr., close to ntMBCR REALTOR REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CT 2 BR 1 Ba frame, fenced yard $ 16,000
Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. town. When selling real estate, why settle for telling the whole HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45,000
Phone 964.7771 or 964-4537. 10/20TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. 1 \/. ba, brick, CHSA, 100x109 lot REDUCED to$ 39,000
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER In city no FOR SALE BY OWNER Small frame town... when you can tell the whole world? N.W. 65th AVENUE: 3 BR. 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75.000
mobile homes. Zoned for modular house In country. Lots of yard S trees. FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235 15 minutes from Stark., 3
homes. 5000. Call 964.5764 from 8.5 $18.500. 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFlmm MOBILE HOMES HOMES BR/1Ba 70-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn, pole barn tool shed utility
p.m.; after 5 and weekends call THREE BEDROOM 2'/ bath 2 story KEYSTONE: 1983 Fleetwood nlc.CLASSIC BRICK BEAUTY Commute building, training track I Let's Make an Offer Today I
9645251. 3/16TFrw frame, 16.16 storage, attached garage floor plan 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA, full Storke, Gainesville. Lake Hampton GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths S two
with mobile storage, 44.28 shelter 14.50 length F/R patios, dbl. Oaks 1987 Immaculate. See to ap \/i baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2V4 acres with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathingdecks
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 collect, home 0.259.6649.on 10 acres.Patricia 74000.Real.Call motorhome/travel trailer port with preciate. located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
LAND! LOTS OF LAND In every direction ty. 5/25TF Gray 11 ft. clearance, chain link fence. TWO BEDROOM 1 BA nice lot. ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
from Starke. From $1OOO/acre with EZ FOUR BEDROOM 1 bath frame, concrete 1987 CONCORD 3 8R, 2V ba has $13,000. BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba. CB wood floors, 1 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60,000
terms. drive, carport, screened porch fenced extra lot with wood frame house, city DELIGHTFUL STARTER HOME great CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, I BR/1 Ba. $90,000
SPRING SALE 3BR, 2 ba on 4 acres. CloseIn. backyard. Call 964.9471 after 6 p.m. utilities. condition solid Cherry Street. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba 1500.I., wood frame $ 50.000
Reduced to 29500. 2tchg 6/1.8 1973 NEW MOON 12x60 with ap'NICE 8 QUIET PLACE TO LIVE BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
95% FINANCING available for packagedeal
pro. 10 acres North of Lawtay, Southgate, 3 BR, 2 ba, brick. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres 3/1 CB, CHSA so near $ 40,000
on land, mobile home, well
sep 105th Ave. HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR. 2 ba, CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
tic and pole, set up and ready to move REAL ESTATE HOMES& ACREAGE
Inl I LAND 'THERESSA AREA 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2 Also 3 BR MH, 1'/ ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.
OUT OF AREA S.R. 100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels.Lawtey .
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 Bath 1564 ..t. home, 55000. .....COMMERCIAL.....
: 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy.
Union I Cty 135 acres 2700 sq ft. NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished one
FIVE ACRES 2 wells, 2 septic tanks, OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 125 frontage. brick home.: BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
large in-ground pool fenced on 3 lots, river access, $5450 Each. No cooling unit In each apartment. $147,000
sides, on Hwy. 225. Asking 25000. money down $65.41 monthly. Owner Bob Mathews Realtor RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s f. bldgs.,
9647628. 3tchg 5/18-6/1 1.236.4579 or 1.622.2438. 1/7TF Andy Jordan Associate
I paved parking. Good business Opportunity $220.000
n 441 W. Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson Associate LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to $85.000
;tANfJf: :LANJj'f: L NIlt'' : 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125.000
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;" 301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85,000

"RIVER ROAD PLANTATION"North : ;,EdR': : :\SiD. ] : : :DE1tS'E, : Call After for Lot Hours Listings
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." : Ann Ttirwlllogar N.lson . . . . ... 473-7541

of Lawtey on County Road 125 1 1/2 BY OWNER. PaulIne Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

Miles West of US 301 ONE-OF-A-KIND in Debra Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833

the Lawtey Area!I e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home in Fairbanks... $150.000 Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4223
e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In
This 200 rolling acres of beauty is being offered In Hawthorne .$25.000 & Up

2 1/2 to 20 acre parcels Some with St. Augustinelawn e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn

Some with Fish Ponds Some with 4 Inch Alachua County

Wells ALL WITH OWNER FINANCING AND E-Z e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA .$185.000

TERMS!! Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

.. ''I Rodman Reservoir ...$25.000
MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup ( Cft '229 :N.W4J28di StStaie: .' 96461:J.

: : e a; \ .: ; E n ; : 2400 For Sale Sq.or Ft.Lease.Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 ,_ : -: _

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e 200 Acres nearTheressa .$1.000 Acre
.9.9.i4.aa; 7ia. :I e Building Lots in Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 HERITAGE VILLAS

.. I e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .$22.500
6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey .$15.000
Bradford Court in Starke
Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road, $6.500 Each 6O7

e 3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000 Applications! for Immediate occupancy are being accepted

New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes in Graham For Sale or Lease on ] & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

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
Ronald E. Newman Sr. Call 964-6216 TZ-zT Housing

964-6881 a Evenings Call 373-9560 Mon.-FrL 9-5:3O p.m. | OpportunityAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

e Instant Financing a No Points a Reasonable Interest Rates e -'

Susan M. Faulkner. GRI CRB President

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ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. 1{ OUTLAW 964-4544

Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. R 43e..u, S .

0644522CTARKF e : j ii Hwy. 301 S. La /
*SARATOGA HEIGHTS Low $.40.. Nice family neighborhood. F(
*NEW LISTING Hampton Lake, executive home on the water. 1.7 acres. Starke, Fl REALTOR
FISHING SKIING OR SWIMMING This lake lot Is for you! Call for details! Patty K y Elder. MXV
I ACRE LOT with well septic and power pole. $7,000. -' Homes / Lots Acreage I>/ Waterfront

*A LITTLE WORK. A LOT OF VALUE I 3/2 on 1 acre. 35000. ,pp t Dicki.fi /_ Farms of CommercialS J'i .
*VETERAN NEEDED Assumable non-qualifying loan. 3 BR, near schools. ,
*LEASE OPTION available on this 3 BR home In the country. S ACRES 3 BR/2BA Bricked-ln Doublewlde, CHSA. 20x30 Workshop, Fishpond I .
*MIMOSA DRIVE Almost new 3 BR, 2 ba, brick many extras. REALTOR Well 8 Septic.
*HAMPTON LAKE Waterfront lot. available. PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/1 BA, A-Frome. Porches All Around Stove, Refrl | a
*HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful setting for this spacious 3 BR 2 ba, over 2300 ..f. and Cast Iran Wood Burning Stove, 24x50 Pole Barn, M.tal Tool Shed 8x9 6 |
home. Acres.
*CRYSTAL LAKE over 4,000 s f. home, many extras. Call for private showing. LOVELY LANDSCAPING 3BR/2BA Modular Home Like N.w. CHSA. Stove, {

*COUNTRY LIVING with a modern flair. Over 4 acres with custom 1400 s f. 20 ACRI FARM'Corner SR 225A 8 229 a Refrl 8 Drapes Swimming Pool, Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo, Storage BldgI2..12. ] a
doublewlde. Complete with decks and Large Lot. __
pool your own private nature trail. PricedIn 3 BR(split plan). 2 both
$40s. FASHIONED Lovely -Story 4BR/2BA ,
I old.
CHSA .r.
10 ACRES-LAWTEY AREAs with mobile home. yr. Large Living and Dining Rooms, Family Room Kitchen 8 laundry, Floor '
Planted creek and much
*BUILDING LOT Hwy. 230 East $5,500. pines Furnace, AC Unit large Landscaped Lot. .
*FOUR BEDROOMS with five acres surrounded by pecans. -- -. a CHURCH STREET 2 BR/I BA Frame CHSA, Stove 8 Rein 1536. SF, Nice Corner I
*LOTS IN TOWN $3,100 each. II Few of OurM Listings lot.

*HAMPTON OAKS Energy efficient home less than 2 yrs. old. B.autiful..lling. *COMMERCIAL South US 301., 3 plus acres with metal btdg, 8 mobile home, excellent ON THE WATER 3 BR/2'/iBA. Two-Story Log Home, CH8A Stove Refrl 8 I .
*LAKE BUTLER Canal lot only $3,500. buy. ,. Dishwasher, 3000 SF, Front 8 Back Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well 8 Sep. I

*MYRTLE STREET 3 BR, 2 Ba, just reduced. *FOUR BEDROOM 2 ba, over | acre In STark., city water 8 sewer, 45000. a tic Large Lot. .
*ONE ACRE 3 BR, 1 Ba, priced to sell, $27,900. *40 ACRES heavy timber clot,.to country club. IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB. Large Living Dining Room Family Room. 1
*HANDYMAN SPECIAL 12000. *LEASlI'UIICHASEI $1500 down $250/mo. Clean horn. a Kitchen w/Br.akfast Nook CH8A Enclosed Garage, Well 8 Septic 3 | a

*COUNTRY CLUB AREA 2 Beautiful building parcels over 2 acres each. I *SOUTH US 301 3 plus acres/ metal bldg. 8 mobile home. Great Buyl I Acres. i
*SANTA FE LAKE LOT 7 canal lots. *NEW ON SR 330 EAST 3 BR, 2 Ba. 2 car garage. GET AWAY FROM IT AIL 2BR/2BA MH, Well 8 Septic 9.5 Acres on New | a

*FOUR ACRES owner financing off 100A. *COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Building lots, city water 8 sewer. *''w"r. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*CHRISTIAN ST. 2 building lots. *WELL SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH. a "
*DE RWOOD S/Dl Large 3 BR. 2 ba, brick veneer approx.. 3/4 acre, |lust *134 ACRES Paved road frontage, 4 miles to Stark. WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. Lot or Mobil. Home Lot, 100x200 feet.
remodeled. *3 BEDROOM HOME on 10 acres. 12 pecan trees In Starke, only $52.0001 a HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy. 16W, City Water 8 Sewage, Owner Financing.
FOUR ACRES Doublewlde, kitchen equipped. *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY: brick cedar farm home, 4/2,4-72 ocr... I 'HOME BLDO LOU Shady Oaks S/D Brooker..
*MELROSE nice building lot w/lake privilege *ON SOUTH US 301 5 plus acre with ham. 8 barn. Owner financing.. OUR B-ACRE TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing. '
*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE on 1 acre, assumable mortgage. *FOREST HEIGHTS Building lots on SR 16 West. Owner financed. a THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
*LAWTEY AREA nice home. CH8A on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful, LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water .
*BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates, nice area. ,
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT lawtey $180. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful high 8 dry lot. area's finest home. Area Upstairs 6400 SF. Owner Financing. ,
I BEDROOM APARTMENT $235. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 ..f., CH8A;5 acres, paved road. extra nice 19 ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Road. Will Divide. a
EFFICIENCY utilities Included $245. *BRICK IN STARK 3 BR, 1V4 Ba; CH8A 47000. 10 Ares Will Divide.' Pecan Grove. Well 8 Septic..Owner Financing.
*TWO BEDROOM mobil, home $285. fc !,,?'. '. '.I/O".;L"'.p.". i ,'1. r '*HWY..le WEST Brick 3/2'.4 on I acre. Lots of ...trQ.. See this on. Acres Well, Septic and Power Pole. Cypress Pond. ,;' a
COMMERCIAL If'AQAVAILAaLI on 301 I ir. ,.c: ,dtt'fI! ..; Mv:: '. '*CONVENIENT TO STARK OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f. e ACRES r Frontage on Hwy. 1OOW. City Water 8 Sewage.', ." ..
*COMMERCIAL OR.LIGHT INDUSTRIAL space available. $400.. *24 ACRI FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, a 3 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy.125W.16W. .
Zoned for Mobil. Horn. Cty Hwy
_: l barns, cross-fenced, water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. 1 ACRE
*OVtR 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. a B ACRES Hwy 301 South. ,
Mobil. Home. 16W.If .
Call One of Our Professionally 1 mile to Country Club. 2 mile to Stark.. Only $1500 per acre. A ACRE Zoned for Hwy.

Trained Staff Todag..964-5069: Call Us About MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP T CCELfRA TED '


After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: *BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES I Wayne Douglei' .964.,,". Bill Gnome -944-eM

.lrene L Faullcne'.....964142 Our Sill Dodd ,,.64-7401, Nevis W.rd .9647454a |
We Invite Inquiries On Other Listings
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Wl BUY Spanish mass, turk.y oak FOR SALE FOR SALE '
cuttings MOVING-MUST SELL 12 old half
cypress in.... For Info call ((904) year 8 TO 30 ACRES with BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
LAND HOME PACKAGES to fit Arab white mar. Great family horse, large Concretebarns
364-5601 collect. Blpd. 4/27-6/15 TWO BEDROOM 1 bath 1973. Vlnd budget. Call Hughes Mobil Horn., rides and Western. Recently Also new doublewlde on Iocr. bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swim. ,

FOR singlewlde, newly carpeted. $4500 Stark. 964-6407. Itchg 6/1 bred to back Arabian Stallion with live or larger in country Call 496.3939, mlng pool and satellite.additional Large oaks
SALE 289.7212 2897210. foal ham day. 454-1595 evenings tfn/chg. $119,500. Two acresavailable.
nego. or 4tchg guarantee. $600 to good on Call 496-3939 days and
3/11-6/1 4737363. 6/1 1/19
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YARD SALES THREE- ACRE LOTS In lake Butler 454-1595. evenings, tfn/chg. 2/2
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF siding, shingle" roof, fireplace, CHSA. CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS limits S.W. 6th Street. $8,000 each repair). Delinquent tax property
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum $288 month. 2720367. 4lpd 3/18-6/8 BIG YARD SAL Jun. 2 ft 3 from 8305.: Owner financing. Ideal home sites Call ,
Repossessions. 1(805)687-6000( )
measures 24x36" NEW FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath wood Many new shoes, com out and save Contact Linda Boles at 4963601. 5/18
$.50 each Great for PADDLE BOAT 4731028. Itpd 6/1 Ext. GH-1136 for current repo list. 5/4
patching and r.palr. TELEGRAPH 135 siding shingle roof, fireplace, CHSA. on ail Items. 3 mlli out on 214 North. IS FT. FIBERGLAS BOAT and trailer 35 3tchg. 6/1 Stpd. 6/22
W. Call $288 month 2720637. 4tpd 3/25-6/15 Itpd 61NEIGHBORHOOD
964-6305.. TF HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom-two
1973 NEW MOON mobile horn with ... YARD SALI Sat., HP motor deep well, $700. 4731028.
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buys, sells and Itpd 6/1 HELP WANTEDLOG bath 1,800 sq.ft. enclosed garage,
trod. 5.11. n.w and Undo. Moving, owner must sell! Jun. 3 from 93. Slant at Mlrot Post oaks and barn
used furniture. 14' FIBERGLAS. SAILBOAT Minor many larg. on property-
Wicker, rattan and 964.9489 anytime. Excellent condition. Office and "Yerkes7' Porrl.h Hall. Itpd Call
decor Near Worthington Springs
Items, potpourri repairs, $400. 4733430. Itpd 6/1 HAULERS Flatbed and refrigeration.
and Inc.n... OH TV and 2tchg 61.8OVERSIZED 6/1 496.3939, days-496-3768, ..venings.tfnchg .
microwaves 4 BEDROOM singlewlde, GARAGI All 6 family. Clothes for Two years experience Twenty-five 5/4
9643250. 4/6TF as well. 301 E. Call St., $174 month. Hugh. Mobil Homes, vryan, household Items, full size HOMES FOR SALE years of age or old.r. Call
NEW HOME SEWING Starke. 9646407. Itchg 6/1 bed Ion of odds ft ndt. Sat., June 3, 1(904)752.1933( ) or 752-986. S/1 11 4tchg. FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE In Ralforcf,
MACHINE dealer 6/1 CHSA, large yard, close to post office.
93. Hwy 21 across from Friendship Bl- LAKE COTTAGE for sal. on Spring
r.gular machines and ..rg.... WANTED-PART-TIME Insurance Sales 36900. 964-8602 after 6pm. TFlmm
bl. Church. Itchg 6/1 Lake, $60,000cash. Swim, ski, fish. Kitchen
Plnehurst Variety Stare, across from NOTICECLASSIFIED People. Increase your current Income.If FRAME HOUSE ON CITY BLOCK In Lake
Southslde MOVING SALE Furniture, dining 2 BR/1 BA IR/DR comb., porch,
964.5587 TF Elementary School. bedroom, choir, lamps, plctur. well, utility room sandy beach you have been licensed within Ih.pa.t Butler across from Middle School.
two years, you or. still qualifiedby $29,900.964.8602 after 6 p.m. TFmm|
SADDLI, BLANKET BACKSTRAP ADVERTISING should be submitted mlK. Keystone Club Estates, 31 CeciliaDr. 4733151. 4tpd 5/11.6/1 .
excellent the state. If have never been
June 3 8 am.5 Itpd 6/1 you
the p.m.
condition, 15" seat. U..d to Bradford County
op- YARD SALE June 2-3((9 to 1)).5903 White licensed we will help to get you FOR RENTMINI
prox. 5 times. $175 FIRM. 7823872. Telegraph office In writing and paid In FOR SALE and
qualified train In selling our
TFnc advance unless credit Is already Sand Rd. ((21 N from Keystone to 352 to you

INSTANT 12x24 ADD-A-ROOM for houseor established with this off lc.. dirt rood). Many baby Items, car eat, 1911 STARCRAFT POP-UP camper. tact products.: Richard For DeVoe-Flnanclal further Information Management con STORAGE 5x5. $15; 5x10. $20:

mobile home. Full bath, sheetrock, THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD typewriter,.celling fan A misc. 1'pd6/1 Sleeps 3, sink Ice box stove, AC/DC Systems, Inc., Lake Butler, 10x10, $30, per month plus $20
2x6 floor joists, washer/dryer hookup, RESPONSIBLI FOR MISTAKES IN YARD SALI Friday. 9 till. Lots of good convener, Coleman heater. $800 OBO. 4961384. tfnchg. 5/25 deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
hot wat.r heater, celling fan. $4800. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER tuff. Cheap prices. Fairway nearJlVaman' Call 4755654. Itpd 6/1 EARN $7.75 HOUR tfnchg. 12/22

Will trade for boat of .qual valu. Call THE TELEPHONE. Club. Itpd 6/1 __ 1914 HONDA 700 SHADOW Excellent We need assistance In evaluating and OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street

473.3627 _... 5/18TF Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, FRIDAY B SATURDAY 9-5 p.m.. appliances condition, only 8200 miles $1200 or responding to dally work reports submitted $100.00 month Call 496-2261.

1971 VW RABBIT DIESEL 14 ft. camper. prior to Thursday publication. household ceramics, molds, trade for boat ft motor. 4732961. Itpd by our agents throughout the AVAILABLE JUNE It 4 BR house In

stove, refrlg sleeps 6. 7823008. 2tpd Classified display deadline TUESDAY, greenwore, paint, supplies, clothes, 6/1 state. No experience necessary: Paidto Roiford, CHSA larg. yard. $300 per
5/25.6/1 5:00: P.M. Special Classified display toys ft lots more. 100 East to 214 (by complete Information send self- mo, first, final ft deposit. 964.8602
SELECTRIC II TYPEWRITER excellent con placement Is NOT Guaranteed. Gizmo Jiffy), turn right to Bernlce Rd., HELP WANTED addressed stamped envelope 91/21n. after 6 p.m. TFjmm
dition |lust reconditioned. 30 day warranty Minimum charge for classified ads Is then turn right, first house on right, ches long to.AWGA Dept. E, Box FRAME HOUSE FOR RENT across from
remaining. $295. 9647529. 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for look for 6/1 49204 Atlanta Go. 30359. Itpd. 6/1
signs Itchg SUMMER EMPLOYMENT for camp. Positions LBMS. $225 per mo.; available June 1.
5/25TF each word thereafter. $1 billing chargewill needed lifeguard registerednurse NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS at SSS First final A deposit. 964.8602 after 6
NINDOW AIR be added to each CHARGED In Lake Butler.' Apply In 6/1
18,000 MISCELLANEOUSFREENEW or LPN. Call 473-4738. Itchg 6/1 p.m. TFmm| _
BTU, Cllmatrol, 2 years old. $125. ad. COSMETOLOGIST Guaranteed salary ft 2tpd. 6/8

7821043. 2tchg 525.61DON'T benefits. Full time NOTICE
TESTAMENT BIBLES It's or part-time.
MISS IT I Record Junction RadioShack' III. and GOD'S. Be happy h.althyond your License required. 4752211. 4tchg MOBILE HOMES
sidewalk sale. Car
answering machines, cassettes stereos CDs,, YARD SALES prosperous by being BORN AGAIN. 5/11-6/1 FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
Free Bible Instructions (none to the Union County Times office
speakers, etc. and
Saturday Sunday. denominational) and help of all advance
kinds In writing and paid In
(Ask about our r.nt to own computer SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL Write Don or Elizabeth, 7257 Andromeda _RENTALS_ USED DOUBLEWIDES Three to choose unless credit Is already establishedwith
systems.) Itchg 6/1 ED new and used all makes and Lan., Keystone Hti., 32656. from In stock We finance, 5 percent this office.
NEW HOLLARD HAY RAKE model, 56. models, $15. James Strickland 4tchg 3/11-6/1 COMMERCIAL SPACE available In down. Call 7555114. Circle B Mobile THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

$400. 782-3510. Itpd 6/1 964.8733. Hwy. 233 ft 16 (Morgan Rd.). Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. Homes, Lake City Fla. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
TORO RIDING MOWER 3 ft. ft 1000 ft. traffic and visibility
: speed grass 3/23TF sq. High CHILDREN Energy efficient 4 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
catch.r. $900 valu., NOTICE In both locations 473-3193 bedrrom 3/4" floor.
now only $695 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. June 3. 508E. or plywood THE TELEPHONE.
negotiable. p.rf.ct condition, n.v.r Washington 9648921.,Boys ft girls 473-7683leav. message 5/4 tfnchg masonlte siding shingle roof. $245 per Classified deadline Is MONDAY. 5
used as mower. Call 533.2325 or clothes CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake month Call 755-5115 Circle B Mobile
more. Itpd 6/1 P.M.. prior to Thursday publication.
3724360. Itchg 6/1 SATURDAY, JUNE 3> 9-2 p.m. Lots of to the Lake Region Monitor office Fish swim ski. $250 week. 4733856. Homes, Lake City, Fla. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 Minimum charge Is 15 words (of$3.50,
KINGSIZI WAVELESS WATERBED Items, glassware, window fans, In writing and paid In advance Stpd 54.627ON CHEAP 1989 14' wide, wood siding 2 then 15 cents for each word thereafter
bookcase, headboard new heater children. clothes, $.50. In front of New unless credit Is already establishedwith LAKE GENEVA Only on. I.ft. Efficiency bedroom 1 bath appliances Included.
$100. SINGER SEWING MACHINE $50. Beginnings Day Care. Itchg 6/1 this office.MONITOR studio apartment, furnished $6,995. delivered to your lot. Call
9643720. Itpd 6/1 YARD SALE Saturday June 3. 1306 PrattSt. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD laundry ft dock facilities, utilities furnished 755.5114, Circle B Mobile Homes, Lake
CYPRESS BAR with 2 leather stools, $50. .. Saratoga Hts., Starke. Itpd 6/1 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN $275 month, $275 deposit. City Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL
2 DANISH CHAIRS $30 each, good con MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE housewares, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473-2919.514 tfnchg NO DOWN PAYMENT If you own your

dition. 9646399. Itpd 6/1 misses and girls (sizes 7-12)) clothes, THE TELEPHONE. ON LAKI GENEVA MH unfurnished 2 own land It won't cost a penny to buy a SUNDECKS BUILT 10x12',
5x11 TRAILER tilt lights, looks new much more. 617 W. Pratt St., 9 a.m. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday BRl1% BA. kitchen equipped. Not In a beautiful new home. Free credit check $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps,
9643411. Itchg 6/1 Saturday June 3. Itpd 6/1 prior to Thursday publication. trailer park. $275 month.$275 deposit. by phone. Coll 755.5115, Circle B screened porches. Call 496-3521 after
SEVERAL ITEMS fiberglass boat 50 hp YARD SALE Saturday June 3. 502 N. St. Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.30, 4732919. 5/4 tfnchg Mobile Homes, Lake City, Fl. 5/18 5 p.m. 5/18 Stpd. 6/15
trailer; motorcycle, 750 Yamaha, $700; Clair St. 0 a.m. til 4 Itpd 6/1 then 15 cents for each word thereafter. ON LAKI GENEVA house. Furnished ft 7tchg. 6/29 JETS
dirt bike $80; '69 Chevy 350 $600; '66 BIG YARD SALE Sat., 6/3 p.m.at Thompson's Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 newly decorated. 2 BR/1 BA, carpeted.must '"' CAMEL MOBILE HOME will sell cheap FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK
Impala 327 convertible $900; Ice cream Used Furniture. 301 N. of Starke. 8 Keystone Hts., FL 32656 see. Laundry ft dock facilities. call 496-2630 between 8 a.m. and 5 CLEARANCE SALE. May 25Jun. 25. 50

fr..z.r boxes S30-S50; telescope with a.m. until. Tools, bicycles, clothes, etc. $300 month $300 deposit. 4732919. p.m. for more Information. Itpd. 6/1 percent off all clothing (selected exceptions .
tripod $60; antique buffet; 1 bar stool; Itpd 6/1 SERVICESSEWING 5/4 tfnchg UNDER $13,000 can noted In store) Jewelry
own anew
baby clothes, like new; adult cloth.. YARD SALE 310 N. Water St. 1st, 2nd, MOBILI HOMI with garden, private, doublewlde. It's you Cruel Hughes Mobile shoes, etc. 265 N.W. 7th Ave.-Lake

Ilk. n.w; blinds. 4311200. Itchg 6/1 3rd. 9 a.m. tll. Itpd 61COMMERCIAL MACHINES! CLEANED oiled and central AC nice. $250 month first, Homes, Starke, 9646407. Itchg 6/$ Butler. Hours: Tues.AThurs. 10 a.m. to
last, $100 security deposit. 475.2531 3 p.m., Fri.-noon to 7 p.m.. Sat. 9 a.m.:
VACUUM adjust tension In home.
rebuilt used
new your Special
Melrose. 6/1 6/22.
Leave 2tpd to 3 4tchg.
Kirby., n.w Hoover Eureka, Sears, PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE $22.50. Repair all brands. Work 5/25-6/1 message. CARS/TRUCKS/VANS p.m.

Electrolux, FllterQueen. Parts for all guaranteed. 4737862. 5/4 tfnchg LAKI FRONT COTTAGE
mak. No flea market merchandise, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines screened 1 bedroom FOR SALE

first class only. AI Young Vacuums, relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford Flntla'and porch. Swimming fishing. Itl4 FORD F150 PICKUP Short wheelbase ,

Hwy 30 h Jf'J' 96 Htl 14,.. 21Pd't,.9FF, !(:, "ACE Starve.) 500.*,.?ft, .for rent 9n. Septic Tank.. ", 'Stark' ,'"9648121." "'"" ..5/4.. .., SJ25.61),'. security.' w, .a 4734186... ..... ..2tchg. ,.. 6 ryla N ii' Auto andx" }.nUAS.J10R.tALsU.You-::plcki,.Wt l.r.J!
37233r100x100 H'wy'30t; Apply at turranc tfnchg- fro clean. located'at/ westslde of '
3 BR-1'/ BA HOUSE 523 Dove St. blackeyes, rudays. Call 4963639. noon'to
LOT PLUS MOBILE HOME 15x25 Pump ft Supply. 9647061. 8/23TF HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Beach turning on Church of Christ. $3,995. Call 496-2690. 3 or after 6 Itchg. 6/1
Close to schools' CH/A, ....ro.. p.m. p.m.
front room addition, back deck with 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE US 301 S. across edging driveways ft walkways, raking many 5/25 2tchg. 6/1
$450 month.
outside utility room.Call 964-5449 after from WolMartKOA5350mo.. ft bagging leaves, mowing ft bogging 4732895. Stchg 6/1-13
6 p.m. 2tpd 6/1-8 964.8848, eves 473.3627 12/8TF grass, roof sweeping, gutter cleaning HOUSI FOR RENT on Lake Geneva. '

110 HONDA THREE WHEELER: blu., 984, FOR SALE BY OWNERS) small mobile land clearing trimming trees ft Beautiful condition, furnished. Classified Ads .
$400 or best offer 964-8933 after 4p.m. home park on Grlffis Loop (Rd. 100-A). bushes. Call Eddie at 4732278. 4tchg 473-2435. Itchg 6/1
21chg 6/1.0 Four lots with three mobile homes and 5/18-6/8 BEDROOM LAKESIDE COTTAGE Large Get Results!
deck small screened porch, AC cell-
room for more. Rental Income $700 PRIVATE TUTORING Grades K-6 and
monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964.8970 or adult basic *d. Florida teaching certified Ing fans, mlnl-bllnds, very clean.
964.4430 or 964-8705. 2/16TF and LVA certified. $5 my home, Adults only, NO pets. $265 plus electric

OFFICE FOR RENT) Hwy. 301. Rent $8 your home per hour. 473.2650.4tchg $100 deposit. 473-7259 or .
negotiable. Contact Ron DenmanXl 3/18-6/8 4732530. Itpd 6/1 BUY HERE PAY HERE
9645516. 4/13TF SILVER LAKI Nice modern 2 BR house
DOORS DRAGGING FLO'ORS SAGO- HSA, pool table, screened porch. WE FINANCE
JK FOR LEASE 1000 building, partially
Relax and clear
enjoy sandy bottom
completed for fast food business. Hwy.
Leveling Service for all your lake swim ski. 4732440. Itchg 6/1
301 964-8447.. eves 4733627. 4/20TF
StumpGrinding FOR LEASE) 1230 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S. across 47321.79TFLAND foundation repairs. Keystone, 2 BR CONDO CHI A. garbage disposal E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy

from KOA/Wolmort. 964.8447 or eves attic utility roam, dishwasher Midway

4733627. 4/20TF Ky'on.M.lro..4752427.1Ichg61WANTED Deals With E-Z Wheels
FOR LEASE 2000 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S. across FOR SALEMH
from KOA/Wolmort. 964.8447 or eves

Specializing in 473.3627.4/20TF LOTS Clay County. Some on paved

Stump Removal FOR LEASE OR RENT 1 acre with building road. Close In KH. $SOD down, $78 HOUSI SITTING or wanted to rent. (904)) 964-7783
15x30 2 miles South on 301. Call month. 4734375. 6tchg 5/18-6/22 Old.r single woman wants privates' TOMMY BRAY
533.2407 or 9645030. 4tpd 5/25-6/15 LOTS FOR SALI. 1 acr.lots.Good loco- place. Will keep place nice. Manager 1320 N. Temple Avenue
COMMERCIAL RENTAL 3200 plus sq. ft. tlon. Less than 2 miles from Keystone. References. Call R.E. Worth. 473-2531 Starke. FL 32091
964-9300 historical Call Street business. district. Near Brooklyn lake.No mobile homes. 2tpd 5/25-6/1
old dime store; will renovate for good Owner financed. 473-7186 evenings, ---
tenant. Call Bill Green, ((904)) 2227500. 473-4133 daytime. 3tpd 5/18-6/1

4tchg 6/1-22 MELROSE AREA r By own.... 2 acres
wooded lake access. Reduced for Ads
quick sal*. 473-7483 473-4739
eve/weekends. Stchg 6/1-13 Get Results 4/ Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-
BRADFORD AIR-CONDITIONING electric units are spacious with lots of choset space and all have

& ELECTRICALService wall-to-wall carpet drapes and kitchen appliances. On-site laundry

-,;.,..x. n..M..:_. facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.For .
Calls S&
-. 10% Discount AFFORDABLEITJLE. !
Berries '
24 Hr. forSenior R. V. DURRANCE application and Information
7 Day A Wekt APARTMENTS Please see us at @

$.0f..r>95 4 Citizens. 922 E.Brownlee St. I PUMP & SUPPLYWeu i 005 SW 6th Street I,

t. Lake Butler.Fl 32054
Camp Standing Rd. aN.urn.
CAlL FORAPPOINTMENT Drilling or Cal 496-3141 o""U"I
..... Starke, FL 32091 a
Rotary 2" to 6"

964-5166 We Service All Make Si Models 964-7133

964-5171 Window and Central Units I \ Pumps
2 & 3 BR family oriontod.(

&largo playground. All Sizes

- Free electricity fist month. UCTION

.FOR"'S''AYE'; 'J'q.. Rent 30%of your monthly .
; -
..,..,.. ':! ; : >$;,'h",, ,
.,,,. ;J' income If you qualify..
'" "','', To t ,$ l11iDlrt" i. *".\ Ifyou tarn per i STATE OF FLORIDA
hr. a ClINk Have 3 dependents,

or Small Loadstlactbr .ofLime oak%>' 'po nl would be about$112.
\\ $ Large your
,. ,, a Including Vehicle. &+; Equipment from Dept. of

..3. ..>."'' Work: : ,* ;iBACthBLLfdoi,: ",'.....".. M>, '. a.days month left or in$3.73 month per for day move-in for. ,.. Transportation.state agencies. Dept. of Age (DIv. of Forestry) and other

., 1964-5823: :!: *.964-6095\:$ after Itt.
064-6182;: j :Qualified Single Accepted Visit Our Showroom TIME: 11:00 a.m.June 3. 1989

.Move-in cost van be ... low at For Youi Plumbing-Parts
;7th St.
--. -- PLACE: D.O.T. Maintenance Yard W.

, $10.00. Low'Income 984-7061. Lake City. Florida
i .
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS See. 8 Hooting INSPECTION: 9 a.m. 4 p.m. June 1 & 2

I .t.J:: : Rent for 30% M4: N.Temple Ave_Starke' 8 a.m. 11 a.m. Sale Day

Equal f Your Income Eves & Weekends:

Housing VffM Qualify B64-7578 :MEMS TO BE SOLD: 20 Cars 18 pickups. 3 Ramchargera: 6 vans

and Suburbans. 14 EQ Hauler trucks. 8 dump trucks, bucket
Now Accepting Applications for 'N' __,. '---'-"' truck asphalt dial fertilizer: dlst. 25 Crawler tractors: 9 wheel

.. 2 &3 BR Apartments. : -EUxo.n 'Wo: it" .r..o tyP..c-.j-; $,. -C' : tractors front-end loader skis mowers boats lI!:and motors much link more.belt
dragline motorcycles.Jet compressor
At ,
rtng !
FORSt TERMS: Cash or cashier check.A personal or company check must have a
/ Cypress Mulch Pine Bark e9CS4'S(649 current bank letter guaranteeing amount of check.;A S3OO= deposit for each
MO.,, ear or light truck or 25%for other equipment must be made at time of sale
; Balance due by 3:00 p.m..June 5. or depoatt will be forfeited. p



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Am. Leffinn Aux. Elects OfficersThe

l Starke Area Ads HELP WANTED American
J met Legion Auxiliary All members and prospective
May 23 to nominate members are Invited and urged to
SEMI-DRIVER with flat bed experience, their officers for the coming year. attend. The is
New Auxiliary planning to
mostly short hauls. 1-475-2195. 6-11 officers wit be Installed by have
more socials during the
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT p.m. Itchg 6/1 Mrs. Helen Deethardt, district coming
FOR SALE Openings available In several area.. Hall on Edwards Road.
THAT'S TO DRINK. THREE BEDROOM 2 both house, paved will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620 Officers will be installed Tuesday
WANT YOUR BUSINESS I FREE KITTENS to good home. dead-end street near hospital A HELP ext.362. 2tpd 6/1-8 night, June 27 and the American
TO Russian
STOP? clue school. Fenced NEEDED for lawn service. 964-4238. Legion will TrainTo
yard be
THAT'S OURS I IAlcoholic. Battleship gray. 911 W. garage CH&A 30 2tchg 618ST. installing their officers
Pratt St. 9644288. 3tchg 6/1-15 day lease, $400 month. Call ((904)) that same night. Social hour
Anonymous Be A
FREE PUPPIES 463.1342.1... 2lchg 6/1-8 MISSION now located at for both will
: 964.8985.
944.31.944-4150,964.6614pd Itchg 6/1 206 Water St. begin at 6 p.m., with
7/27 STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to abused are ready to help/ dinner at 6:30:: followed by the Professional
your work? We have clean mobile women children with drug I p.m'i
CHAIN LINK meeting and
FENCE. Installed related lations. Special
Free FOR RENT homes available 4681323. 10/8TF problems. and the less fortunates. SECRETARY
estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Volunteers plans are being made which should
FURNISHED ROOM with needed donations,
Owner Tommy Reddish air all utilities needed of be enjoyable for all. SEC/RECEPTIONIST
9648559. TF paid. From$37.50 clothes, food 8 furniture
SERVICE city water
Our- help Is needed
HOTEL Walnut St. regardless of EXEC.
by Office. SECRETARYStart
ronce Pump 8 Supply Co., Water .ewer cable TV. 964-7498.. 1/12TF CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central TF what. Call Rev John Wilson 9649612. McRae Reunion June 4
systems tpeclallsts. 664 N. Temple FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city extras, AC Itpd 6/) locally full-tlma/part-tlme.
Ave., US 301, Starke, 32091. 9/8TF water sewer, cable TV 2 BR 1 bath. 496-2366 reasonable SR 121, Lake Butler.rents. PINES WILL BE TAKING APPLICATIONS dally On June 4 at the FSP training site, Learn word processing & related
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME 94-7491. 1/12TF from secretqrlal skills. Home study and
day. week 2-5 p.m. for various positions I In the annual McRae Family Reunion
long term Hay. 4682619. II/17TF HAIF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent food service and housekeeping. Must will be held. resident training. (National
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF HELP WANTEDNEED be 18 yrs. of age, experience helpful, Join with families and friends headquarters.Pompano Bch. Fl.
964-56061/5TF WALDO VILLAS now renting but not necessary. Apply In together to make this FIINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE
person on a'Joyous occasion
TUTORING SERVICES If your child barely Townhouses 1 S 2 BR. 468.1971 or EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME ly. No phone calls. Trail Motel A for all. A covered dish luncheon JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
passed this year 3 month. vacation 468.2777. Equal Housing Opportunity. JOB? Sell Avon. For Information call Restaurant in Lawtey. 2tchg 6/1.8 will be served at 1:30 .
can only makes things worse. Call 4tchg 5/-61MELROSE Ramona 782-3068. 1229TFRN NEED SOMEONE TO COME INTO MY -.-- 18004323004THE
964.8594. 51ITFPROFESSIONAL : 2 BR MH unfurnished very POSITIONS 2 full-time positions HOME to do babysitting and HART SCHOOL
HOUSE.PAINTING Hourly large yard. very quiet. $225/mo. available. Med/Surg experience housekeeping Monday-Friday DIV.OF A.C.T. CORP.
rates or contract. Also repairs and 4751678. 5/18TF preferred. Paid time off 7823953. Itchg 6/1 Accredited Member,
remodeling. Free estimates. Call ONE BR APARTMENT: close In, AC. off. ly to Lake Butler Hospital program.Hand Surgery COSMETOLOGIST Jessie's Hair Clinic I tR NHSC
Mitch 473 3940. 4tchg 5/18-6/8 street parking, walled patio partly furnished Center, SR 100 A 121 Lake Butler between FabrlKIng and Wlnn-Dlxle '
CASH FREE d.ntallilling and/or cleanIng See to appreciate. Best to call I 4962323. 3/16TF 964-2323. Itchg 6/1
If you qualify ai a patient for State 964.8601 before 10 a.m. 5/18TF COOK NEEDED SALESPERSON WANTED for No Down
: experienced, energetic. ne TraIn To Be A ... Payment
Dental Board Exam plus S. Call for a 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: air. ref rig. Buddy's LakeFront Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge' dealership
free screening appt. 332-6663. At stove, clean, In pines, private drive, 468.2080. 5/1ITF Restaurant In Starke. Some experience helpful.' 1I 1------ Handi-House
Shandi Hospital 'In Gainesville. Services picnic area. Available June 3. $200 ma ATTENTIONHIRINGI I Governm.nllob., Call Jimmy Strickland. 964-9000 for I e C&C Mini-Storage
by JF graduate dentists. 2tpd first& last. Open for Inspection now. 3 your area. $17,840-569.485. appt. Itchg 6/1 __
525.61LEGRAND'S 1/4 miles North. of Starke Hwy 301. AI I-602.838-8885, ext R 3493. 3tpd Call CONSTRUCTION TO $14 HR, Hiring all Garages' 964-8848
LAWN SERVICE and complete Young 964 6918. 2tpd 5/25-6/1 5/18-6/1 phases now. Inside: and outside. Full I Greenhouses
lawn care and tractor TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX apartment. 204 time. Need 8
service. SALESPERSON trainees. 355-5500. JAM
964-9477 NEEDED send resume to Start locally,full time/put time. I Storage Bldgs.
eves 964-3542 days. Broadway St. 2tchg 5/25.6/1 World. $95 refundable.
P.O. Drawer 2tpd 6/1-8 Traits
5/25-6/1 TWO 228 Lawtey, Fl. 32058. on live airline computer.
5/25TF DRIVERS full time, part Home study end resident .
tsaitsla. 301 S Across
ALTERATIONS tippers, hems, buttonholes 944-8614 or 964.5768. 4ichg 5125.6/15 EASY WORK excellent Assemble time. $6-$12.50/hr. Training available Natl.hdqre., Pompano Beach Ft
patches, etc. Drop off and TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: with 2 Baths products at home.Call for pay. 3555500. J A H World. $95 refundable From
pick up. 7 days a week 7 a.m.-8 p.m., near schools $300 mo. Coll 533-2235 504-641-8003, 2tpd 618FEDERAL Financial Aid Available
964-5587. Plnehunt Variety across after 5 p.m. 4tchg 5/256,15 CERTIFIED NURSES ext.9579.4tpd 5/25.6/15 STATE AND CIVIL SERVICE Job Placement Assistance OAq
from Southside Elem. Hwy. 100 S. 2 BR, 2 BA TRAILER furnished, nice plications for part-time AID now work taking on Tue.ap S JOBS Now hiring' your area. $13,550 A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL vValmart: '
5/25TF shady tree In yard. $245 month plus Wed 3 to $59,480. Immediate openings. Call
TWO VACANCIES for child and Infant deposit. 964.6714. One child max weekend p.m. until Sam. and one 1-315-733-6062 ."t. F3014. Stpd 6/1-29 211 II'
care In my home. Elaine Martin, imum. 2tchg 6/1-8 5/25TF per month. Call 4682619. RN. LPN. NA and WCt small sped-
9647145. 2lchg 6/1.8 TWO BEDROOM AC, private lot. on ADVERTISING SALESPERSON hospital seeks energetic and experienced (Accredited Member NHS-CJ
ATTENTION HOMESCHOOLERS:Certifiedteacher Gnffls Loop. Excellent condition, no wanted for for full-time/part-Mos
and homeschooling parent will pets. 4682374. Itchg 6/1 St.. Starke Telegraph., 32091. 226TFRECORD Apply 135 W. Call baylor A PRN positions Apply .
help you with your student educational CLEAN TWO BEDROOM APT.:stove,frig Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler -
evaluation and curriculum needs. For $65 week deposit no pets. 964.6232. JUNCTION RADIO SHACK now Hospital P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler, or
cost and Information call Denise Itpd 61SMALL taking applications for sales person call 4962323. 6/1 TF NOW HIRING:
Crawford. 431.1091. 2tpd 6/1-8 APARTMENT In Lawtey. $180 nel. Sales and/or electronic experience EXPERIENCED SET-UP DELIVERY mobile Welder &
LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR preferred. 964-7474 ask for Equipment MaintenanceGood
: Would you like month. 7823049. Itchg 6/1 home man, must have chauffeur's
to play guitar? Age 6 to? Call 964-9191 THREE BEDROOM 2 bath 28x60 DW Itchg 6/1 license Experienced only need apply
for information. Itpd 6/1 CHSA. on 1 acre. $450 plus deposit. No at Doublewide Home Center of Benefit
WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN day or pets. 9646197. Itchg 6/1 No phone calls. 5/25TF Package Starting Salary
night anytime. Call 9643786. 6/1 ONE $7.50Hour.
Itpd BEDROOM APARTMENT: appliances Send Applications
CONDITIONING ELEC. and utilities 'furnished. $65
models TRICAL We service' all makes and week. No pets. 964-8498. Itpd 6/1 NOW HIRING P.O. Drawer A, Starke Florida 32091
window units and central units. 15 ACRE HAYFIELD will rent for small
964.5166 or 964-5171. Itpd 6/1 percentage of hay harvest. Clifford PRESTIGE $5 20 MONTH
PALM < CARD READER having pro Martin 9647145. 21chg 6/1-B TO
blems? What your eyes will see, your SIX ROOMS BATH: apt. stove and Lawn ServiceOffering START
heart will feel through love, business& refrigerator. Could be furnished if you : Evenlnls6-JOp.nl.NewlocaJ! FOR SALE
money. 7829802Itpd 6/1 desire. Ground floor $225 month. $75 I appUancecompanyhassev'ralposillons
sec. dep. No pets. 9642796. 2tchg open for full and part-time
6/1-8 $ We ol excellent starting pay. Gold Electric Stove, regular and microwave
2 9 / working conditions and a chance
95load cooking, $250 Gold
O opportunities. Must be high ; side-by-side refrigerator
graduate have car. and neat w/ice maker (water through the
GLORIA'S MUSIC Up to 1/2 appearance.. No experience necessary.. door) makes
HOUSE (studio) I Will Train. For Interview call cubed and crushed Ice GE, $450; 15,000 BTU
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG Wednesday.Thursday and Friday Coldspot air
GLORIA BRYANT conditioner $185. Call
LESSONS: GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS (904)) 964-3093 between 1 ore or p.m.18OO94OOOO8 964-2979. 4681440Aheatpunip

Call 964-8120

Tues.-Frf.U-7.Sun.-Mon.lO2 Tr1life '

.. .

Jimmy R. Williams .... STARKE RADIATOR & .anyone willMcontfortaMe / .1( t titre'f u.

.1 All Types Roof RepairNo TRANSMISSION. INC. 'Ir. gityon12QI

Job too big or too small! 1- COMPLETEAIR --&

Labor for New Work Guaranteed 10 Years CONDITIONING WIth. j neatpumpBu J

Free Estimates e Call 782-3266,778-7259 I SERVICE! j. R
Corner ..
; 964-6810 3O1 :=-
& SRIS ..
>the Thule XL 1200 her l punl.: '
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bound: .
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t: ...:. heil pump! is badud.byan..IusI""manut.c-
USED .syi -1 lurer 10 year limited on txxlt the
TIRES ___ covnprcsMjr and cudd,plus 2.z.on pans.And
the toys super high efficwncy helps' reduce your
"energyuugeaDyear lung Calf
NEW PIANOS today for more deuil on the
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1200 heal pump FmanctjF

HIGH TREADNO $5900 Mo. -- -- -.va able. COW ART

UPON A CASH PRICE Air Conditioning Contractors
[ OF(SI 14.7O. $83.60 DN.,48
RECAPS & NO PMTS. $69. 17%APR Serrinc CACO2r7828County
.;;aso-rounding veire.9648O25 I ,

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U.S. 3O1 N. 1601 N. Gainesville Fl 372-S351 NEED A GOOD DEAL?

(Next to Kentucky Fried

MANAGEMENT I'm 'a working man too and I know how

T NEES/ASST. MANAGERS important it is to you to get your .moneys

USED CARBLOWOUT (Salary Up to $2OOOO worth.

Come In and See Me Or Phone
One of
the nations largest and progressive fast TERRY J.
food restaurant chain Is looking for people who

can ADVANCE QUICKLY In the STARKE AREA. Orlan Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile

If you possess 1-2 years management Office Phone 964-75OO
experience (or related college background) Home Phone 9646166New

Financing Available and your career goals expect dynamic growth

you may be eligible to enter a and. .Used' Cherio t-oldsmobDe Automobiles_
65 FORD unique
88 ISUZU I-MARK 88 SUBARU New Chevrolet Trucks
MUSTANG AAoACtereoClean 2 Dr, NC Sin, Management Training Program. Company .
Was 'Osc: : offers complete benefits package with bonus Limited Credit -'No' Credit No Problem!

Your Price $49S1S S3St95 Your WAS Price S8988.T988 $7 988 program. To find out more about this

opportunity call Ms.
'86 FORD '86 MITSUBISHI at 1-262-9582.

4 Ipd.AC, .18f1Io -' .
Was A
'T8StS Was $8295 Was
Your Price $4050 Now $8995 .
$4995 Now $7995 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Homes Inc.
'86 SUPRA QL \/J/
2 DR;.!oTEAEO 5 SPD.AC' Chevy 1500 PU SKYLARK BUICK Major/ Retail Furniture, Appliance, Electronics, "+
Was LTIH Owner,Low Miles Chain Opening Soon... US 301 S. (1, 1/2 Ml) j

Your Price $$5850 $9,888 Was Your Price =x988 Benefit e Excellent/Include Income'' NOW.e ., Taking Applications Starke. Fl ,; ;'/iI ''l,

'84 MITSUBISHI '88 DODGE RAM '87 TOYOTA Insurance Programs e Credit Sales Personnel Manager -.. ... ........ ,...
! 4X4 Montero Promotion and Advancemenl We feature
PICKUP COROLLA Good Working Conditions Warehouse Manager PERSONALIZED BUILDING at
AT AC AM e Employee Purchase .e Bookkeeper Longchamp Homes..CUSTOM DESIGNING
$5995 Was Program s for
$8995 Was 17550 'Opportunity Delivery and S t.\p Crew
to the
Now $7995 Your Price $8732 Relocate e Telemarketers way you live. Bring us your pencilled sketch
or rough draft. Our in-staff
design artist will
work with YOU to
4pATACStar.OLowMS.s PU LEBARON GTS satisfy YOUR needs. .
Re.J NIce TNckI Good LookIng Car FARMERS We also have financing available. Harold

$89 8 $5988 $7988 FURNITURE Davis Mortgage Broker with Gainesville

APPLIANCES:**_ELECTRONICS Mortgage Company located In our office

I I complex. Or if you prefer. we will work with


609 N. Orange Street- Starke LET YOUR DREAMS BECOME A REALITY! 1"

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June I, 19H9! ..... ... ..
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Outstanding BHS Athletes Honored
at Awards Cere Dl o nv.
-- --- --- -
Bradford High athletes and their Gainesville" High, Gainesville; J
parents were honored last Thursday Buchholz Ocala Vanguard. Ocala
night, May 9tt. by AU-Sporta Club for Forest St.Augustine and Live Oak,
their participation III basketball pointed out Coach Brett Purdy.
wrestling weight lifting baseball Wrestling team members were- 1
tennis track., golf, girl's softball and Varsity: John Crawford BenHankerson.

Joel Jacobsen Derrick
It was an outstanding Eddie
year Long Siegmond Gary
pointed out Athletic Director Mike Brewer Ed Douglas Bill Hamilton,
BHS weight lifting team Brad Hamilton, John O. Williams,
won the state championship. The David Lizenbee, and Rolland Shafer.
ft'V'i tbaske'ba11 team won the Junior varsity: Ken Clark, Phillip
5-3A championship. The Crawford Evan Douglas, Andy
boys golf team won the District Waldron, Randy Waldron, Travis
championship and placed eighth in Wynn, Jason Sanford.
the state in their first trip to the state Manager/Trainer: Laymond Rope
championships against schools of all Jason Howard.
clal5les. Manager/Scorekeeper: Betsy Nail, s
Three Tornado athletes were named Mindy Rother, Sophie Fanton.GlrI's .
Area Players-of-the-Year by The
Gainesville Sun Coach Sexton said. Softball:
Bill Hamilton In wrestling, David
The Softball showed
Elder in golf, and Junior
Ocevedo in
lots of character, said Coach Sue

state weight Bill in Hamilton lifting.three qualified for the Trieste.Stacy Marshall was named most .. r'-' -.." "'= Il""r"/"J t r .-, j.. __} -_

and weight ling,- golf Coach wrestling Sexton valuable leadership player and value because to the of team her Award Winning BIIS Senior Athletes...
pointed out.
"Be a winner" UF kicker and said Coach Trieste. These are some of the 1989 senior athletes who won awards for par Seated: Trisha Parade John Berry, Cordell Stone.. Ed Douglas Stacy
BHS graduate John David Francis, Latara Jackson received the spiritor ticipation In athletics at Bradford High during the 88-H9 school: year. The Marshall, Jill Strickland.:
who returned home as the guest coach's award. Kendra Butler awards were presented at the All-Sports Club banquet last Thursday Standing: Bill Hamilton Marvin Lane Jason Johnson Amy Lewis
speaker. Francis said he was temp- was named best defensive player. night. May 25. Tim Lewis Chris Simmons Mark Murray, Tangela Pittman Cam Ward
uit Tangela Pittman. who batted .540 The seniors shown ared l-r): Cindy Samons Junior Arevedo, and Christie llarrell.
playing football while
sideline and led in RBI's was named the best
by the knee injured
into a base while playing Softball. offensive Other player. Chanda averaged 19.4 points per game from Baseball... Jason Johnson Shaun Nichols, The BHS team would be
Then John David players were: inside and outside was named most Wayne Patrick Vince substituted
met a youngster Woods Melinda Williams Sherri Speed, hitting and pitching wholesale and often
valuable were
with cancer who visited with the UF Brown. player.Kendra the keys to a 16-10 varsity baseball Travis Long, John Berry Donnie was, so deep was the depth of quality
Butler named
players and sat on the sidelines. The was season and ad 13-3 junior Francis Jeff Plant and bat girls players. "You oughta see the other
youngster's dream was to be a Cheerleaders: outstanding defensive player, Dana season said Coaches Mike Gutierrezand varsity Kelly Duncan, Andrea Hewett and coach'es face when you put a whole
kicker like John Norman the outstanding team Kristen Sapp.Members team in said
David."Here I was Brett Purdy.Baseball new Coach Cumm-
ready to quit and I was living this Cheerleaders recognized by spon- player, and Rhonda Bright was theteam's has of the JV baseball team ings.
a good future
kid's dream" Francis said. sor Marian Douglas areVarsity: most outstanding offensive because at BHS which had a team batting average of
Coach Sexton told the 325 assembled Amy Lewis, Elizabeth Nail, Selena player. Evette Covington was the of the good JV team comingup .371 are: Josh Crawford .389; Eugene Blye 4th in BHS
that John David Francis was all Norman, Tricia Parade, Allisha leading rebounder with 103__ per and a good bunch returning from Jeremy Crawford .286; Ken history with 1,035 points, was name
SEC as a place kicker and punter Gruen, Susan Crawford, Gayle game and freshman Aurilla this year's varsity, said Coach Carlton, Jeff Carver, .536; Bill the most outstanding team member.
and third team All-American. Facing Douglas, Teressa Bassett. Tavia Williams who averaged 10 rebounds Gutierrez. Cambell Chris Snow, .407; Andy Wendell Hudson was the leading re-
his final year of eligibility this Hedding, Christy Gault Lisa Mitchell and S.7 points per game was the Coach Gutierrez, who used to Goodowns, .500; B.B. Prevatt bounder Harold Chandler the best
faD, Francis finally has a scholar- Jill Strickland. JV: Dana most improved.Other coach in Union County and Georgia Ashley Alday Kevin Boone, .265; defensive player and Marvin Lane
ship and a good chance to be Shannon Jill Williams Christa team members were: An- before that, said he'd always wantedto Randy Waldron Sean Jones, Mike was recipient of the sportsmanshipaward.
Florida's place Kicker kick-off man, Modesitt Mindy Gnann, Holly nette Simmons, Arkeva Williams coach in Bradford County becausethe McKinney, Dante Williams, Shawn .
and pressed Into punting. Hersey, Amy Home Charmin Wig- and Latara Jackson. La Dona Banks athletes here never quit. That Roweell, Mike Rowell Mike
Jim Lewis, president of the All- gins Kenya Adkins Shenise was the manager Ronny Norman was true for the 1989 varsity season MeElroy and Raymond Trimble. Other team members were: John
Sports Club welcomed guests to the Williams, Stephanie Agin, Shae the volunteer assistant coach. when the team established the best Pitcher B.B Prevatt, 5-1, struck Berry, Pedro Carter, Stacy Jenkins,
annual banquet. Lewis recognized Blom, Kim Ross. The JV team members were: baseball record since the 19-7 teamof and allowed )5 walks. Truin Blye Reggie Sheffield, Kevin
those who prepared the steak din- Regina Padgett Deana Holiday 1981. Pitcher Chris Snow, 5-1, struck out Finch Charlie Brown Donnie Fran-
ner. Ben Moxley and Judge George Weight Lifting: Sheri Brown Tifany O'Steen, Robin Third baseman James McNeal 44 batters and issued 13 bases on cis.
Pierce cooked the steaks. Kitchen "It's about time we quit being Carter Metina Smith, Brandy Ross, the team's RBI leader, received the balls. The JV team members were:
helpers included Warren Carver, last" said Coach Lanier Clyatt of Nlchi Clark Tasha Powell Inga most valuable player award. Kelly Clarence Williams captain; Tally
Evelyn Woman, Jerri Lewis Melba his state chamnplonship weight lifting Crum Ann Roberts. The head JV Dyal received the most improved or Boys Basketball: Chandler, Terry Berry, Lamont
Johnson, Dot Simmons and Sandi team. coach was Clara DeSue, the coach's award Tim Lewis the The boys basketball team under Mosley Latarus Ross, Andy
Samons. Lewis also presented a plaque Clyatt coached Union High to a volunteer assistant was Jimmy golden glove award, and lead the Coach Roland Cummmgs posted a Goodowns, Kelly Murray Craig
Don Hardy for being the emceeof weight lifting championship prior to O'Steen. team in batting at .353. 20-8 record, a turn-around from 10-15 Slocum Alvin Jenkins, and Andre
the Miz Ugly Contest. coming to BHS. The '89 team hit 16 home runs a the previous year.
Lots of schools are good in one The team lost twice to Class 4A Cross Country: lot for a high school baseball, Coach The 1989 team averaged 78 pointsper Lee.Coach was Henry Dunn says come
sport.Being good across the board is Middleburg High for a 4-2 regular Senior captain Cam Ward was Gutierrez said. game with five players scoring talented players are moving up the
the mark of an outstanding athletic season record. named the most outstanding cross Other varsity team memberswere in double figures and four in double varsity If they can make their
program said John David Francis. Junior Acevedo who lUted38030CHi80 country team members. Vernon : Bo Hersey, Devin Jackson figures In rebounds grades in the classroom.
The percentage of wins was to lead BUS was named Griffin and Tyrone Sanders were
greater this spring than in any In thebiatory outstanding lifter of the year. Bill named most Improved, and Kenny
of Bradford High athletics, Hamilton 290-270-560, was named DeSue received the sportsmanshipaward. JIMMY STRICKLAND says
said Principal Charles Francis war- most improved. .
ning the audience it would be long Other weight lifting team
night and to be patient. "We had a members were: Chris Durban, Ramona Tennant was named the NO DOWN PAYMENTJEEP
fantastic year. Everybody needs to Lance Wiggins Isac Williams most oustanding girl cross country
be recognized. Sit back be patient Dwight Allen, diary Don Brewer, runner Kim Hampton was most Im-
and enjoy it. Wyatt Collins Phillip Crawford, proved and Glenda Rosier receivedthe
John Dempsey Clyde DeSue Edward sportsmanship award.
BHS won 20 basketball games, the
Duncan Robert Hankerson, CHEROKEE 89 DAKOTA S
golf team was 21-1, the varsity
Baseball the. JV. \ ery J..ecn Jacksoq John Other team members were: Girls:
baseball was team-was 13-3. 16-10 Williams, fiauntel-Houston. Keh. Yolanda Wanton Krista Oehl, Delia' '4 Dr:.-6 Cyl.-AT. PB. PS. Air AM/FM Air. 5 Speed..Power Brakes.Power$29995Mo
Jenkins, Al Jones, Trammell Jones Scott. Boys: Larry Green Blake Steering Was $9806
The wrestling team was 13-2 sent Brian Kendrick, Josh Lewis Keith Thomas. thtte $17900/Month Now $8,099
two wrestlers Bill and Brad Linzy, Derrick Long, Thomas Mc-
Hamilton to state. Brad lost to a Cutchen, Kelly Murray, Jason Norman -
three time state champion from T.J. Orton, Clint Reed Roland Track:
Miami. Bill lost to a regional cham- Shafer. Chris Dinkins received three
pion from Flagler-Palm Coast who tracks awardsHigh man running
he'd defeated in the regular season. Volleyball: high point field and the most
The state champion weight lifters The girl's volleyball team post a outstanding on the boy's track team.
were 4-2 on the regular season but winning season, said Coach Inez Cam Ward and Larry Green '
had enough depth to qualify six Diggs. The JV team was 9-5, its best received the sportsmanship award. r tt
lifters for state. Junior Acevedo and ever she added. Robert Nichols was most improved.
Clint Reed placed first at state, Al Kendra Butler was named most
Jones fourth, and John O. Williams valuable player, Latara Jackson Freshman Aurilla Williams got /
fifth. Clyde DeSue and Bill Hamiltonalso most improved. Annette Simmons 147Vi points and was named the most
qualified for state. received the sportsmanship award, oustanding girl track team memb-
Award recipients, by sports Monika Williams the coach award. ver. Christy Harrell received the E 11
were: Other team are: Eyvette sportsmanship award.Ramona Ten-
Covington,Terricena Kittles, Unissa nant got the high point running 4X4 AT. PS PB. V-8. AM/FM Cassette. 4 Dr.. Hatchback. Auto Transmission
Wrestling: King, Tangela Pittman, La Donna award with 114 points. Monic Wheel Tire Package Was $19.135 Power Brakes Power Steering. Air
John O.Williams, 25-2-1 was nam- BankS Tangela Hankerson, Tasha Williams with 106 points, was high Was $9896
ed most outstanding wrestler and Powell l, Angela Parrish Brandy point girl in field events. Kim Hampton Now $13,900
was the district champion.Bill Ross Aurilla Williams, Melinda was most improved. r
Hamilton, who qualified for Williams Rita Stepheny Stacy Mar-
state and was the district championat shall. Other team members areKenny nunaaF
198 pounds, was named the most DeSute, Tyrone Sanders Steven -
valuable wrestler. Girl's Basketball... Thornton, Arkeva Williams, Monic
Josh Crawford was named most The girl's basketball 20-10, won Williams Bridget Holder, Katina
Improved wrestler, was the district the District. S-3A championship in Kelly, Krista Oehl Delia Scott r
runner-up. Ocala with only seven players dress- Shanessa Williams Tom Bradford
Eddie iegmund the district runner ed out due to illness and grades. John Loper Joel Jacobsen Reggie F
at 130 pounds received the 3D or There was no starting five,pointedout Sheffield, Tim Graham, Andre Lee b
coaches award. Coach John Slater. Timmy Taylor Blake Thomas, and $299/Month : $1 78
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,DUI school,Tri County Probation jail on weekends,Tri County Probation placed on six months Tri County 1 iit-999 18.5OO
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Donn charged with reckless driv- charged with DWLS, expired James Curtis pled guilty criminal
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Timothy Wayne Harper pled guil- DWSL; fined $120.25, Tri Sannon Lowell King pled guilty no 89 DODGE 89 DODGE COLT
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J. E. Akridge pled no contest wor- court costs, seek substance abuse at AJr Was $13,391
John i Howell pfed'no contest thless check; has made restitution, BUGC. $230/Month Now $10,749
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six months, attend DUI school 50 Council Hadley pled guilty posses- contest carrying a concealed
hours community work Tri County lion of drug paraphernalia; six mon- weapon; fined $190, Tri County Probation
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Michael Odonoghue pled guilty Michael Harry Wallace pled guiltyno Verna D.Werre pled guilty Issuing
DWLS; $52 court costs..Tri County fishing license; presented valid worthless check (two counts); make +
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reckless ; 60 days James E. Rochelle pled no contest [,.
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of DL restrictions; lined $120.Z. Charles Edward Lee pled no con- Tri County Probation.
Burk Lee Rowland pled guilty to' test possession of drug parapher- Loretta Lynn Baugess County
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jj Leaders were recognized at the A special TfiANK YOU to BU
+ + ,R annual Bradford Union Girl Scout leaders and Service Team Membersas
r J I+ur"r Neighborhood's Awards Banquet well as Field Director Sharon
Tuesday, May 23. Brooks,1988-89 was a very good yearIn
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Theme for the evening was Hat's scouting, Hat's Off.
Off To Leaders. Very appropriatesince
cTh3 adult scouts in BU wear many Assistant Neighborhood
different hats as they serve as Chairmen cluster coordinator and
v volunteers for many different jobs. leader Jr. Troop 605 Mary Looney; \
j Hall beautifully BU secretary and assistant leader
Fellowship was I'
w b' 3 ;. decorated with green, yellow and Brownie Troop 683, Cathy Hilliard;
blue balloons a theme banner, Bu treasurer PR representativeand I
fiats of to Leaders... .h w s..r favors of ceramic mugs (with hats cookie manager! Carolyn I
Left to right backrow: Mary Kinsey (Andrea Abrams mother). Joyce Eaves Betsy fler'ey.1IDlan'! Moody, : eg.Trlmble' Joan Carlton Mary and names on each), decorated Eaves; events co-advisor coordinator Sr., cluster
Looney Cathy l Douglas propectlve straw hat (filled with potpourri)
Sutton (past neighborhood chairman). Bobbl Howell. Paula Cauldwell leader 669, Laurie Mullins; QSP Coor-
Nancy Webster Debbie Broome Sharon Brooks field director), Sharon magnets, yellow and green flyswatters -
Front Row: Dorene Davis. LeAnn Dampier Andrea Abrams (BUMidcilerow decorated with a sucker and dinator and Sr. advisor, Judy
Brady neighborhood chairman), Judy Dukes. Pam Thrift. daisies all creatively accomplishedby Dukes; cluster coordinator and
: Bobbie Westcott (representing Cadette troop 520).Carolyn Laurie Mullins (assisted by the Brownie Troop 622 leader, Bobbie

service team). Gifts and awards top- Howell.
Aerobatics. ped the evening which started at
6:30: p.m. with a delicious dinner Southside Cluster leaders include

back memories of the Those pilots pioneers really tempt. They also advanced the prepared by Chief Oleeta followedby Pam Thrift and Dorene Davis
from 18 a lively rendition of "Hat's Off" (Daisy); Joan Carlton, Lynne
page "barnstormers" daring stunt were truly flying both on and knowledge of their new aircraft written by Laurie.Neighborhood Poster Shan Johns, LeeAnn Dam-
This generates thrills and pilots of the 1920's and 30's who over the edge of available and helped the United States Chairman Andrea pier (Brownies), Betsy Hersey and
chills for the spectators, but to roamed the country during the technology with unreliable form a nucleus of pilots and Abrams was presented a plaque in Gloria Johns (Junior), Debra
the experienced pilots It Is all period thrilling crowds at engines rickety aircraft and aviation knowledge which appreciation for her two years of Broome and Anita Coleman (Junior
great fun and a challenge to see country fairs and other shows. most critical of all no set stunts helped prepare the country for service. Andrea in turn presented Troop 31 at Hampton); Lake Butler
If you can get through your but those limited only by their the coming war In Europe and T-shirts of her own design with the Cluster, Nancy Webster, Bobbi
Howell Ann Scheck
'program' of events flawlessly.The The excitement of the flying Imaginations and competitive Asia. theme to Service Team Membersand Clancy Carmen Chastain, Mary, Paula Etta
leaders in for their
planes practiced In an oval exhibitions In those days were spirit. Most on hand at the KH airport the Caldwell; Starke Elementary
shaped space directly over the heightened by the fact that most These forerunners of today's last weekend said they were port Leaders were past recognized year. for accomplishments Cluster, Mary Looney,Peg Trimble,
hangers of the KH airport where people in the audience acrobatic pilots pulled off some pleased with the success of the and oranges were Mary Bott David Bott, Diane
the crowds had gathered In an- especially those In smaller crazy daring stunts like wing- event and are planning more In presented to those who received ad- Moody Judy Dukes Laurie Mullins
ticipation. With more than 30 towns were seeing an airplanefor walking and other dangerous the future. .IHl..nnl h'AI"I"p' and Andrea Abrams.

planes Jockeying for position on the_first time_in their lives. deeds. and many died In the :.tew -

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