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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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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Rain was recorded in NW Starke Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Editorial Pag.. . . . . .4A ,' '
totaling 1VS! inches. Continued cloudiness and rainy weather, in the Th. Social I Sc.n.. . . 5-A.9A
Public Nofie... . . .
form of thundershowers, is forecast for the northern half of Florida .7 ASporM t
for the weekend, with slightly more sunshine Thursday (today), " . 12A
June 8, but stormy weather returning Friday and Saturday.
Temperatures will remain in the low 90's for highs, with lows SECTION a i 12 Po s.. ""
near 70, and winds out of the south and southwest. Family Fun Day . . . 1-3B U
Sunrise this morning was at 6:28: and sunset will be at 8:28.: Day Durban Wrack . . J.7B
length is 14:00.Afternoon: Crlm. N.w. .4.S.I2B
tides this weekend at St. Augustine will be high at 2:00: CI.aill.d. . , i-lOB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Friday, 2:50: Saturday and 3:40: Sunday. Ar.a Daalht. . .111 I lulith Year STARKE. FLOKIDA 2i:Cents Copy
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Summer Programs...

Registration for summer programs RequestUp
at the Starke Recreation
Department will be Thursday June
8 and Friday June 9 at the Pratt St. 82 %
Center. Registration fee for ages

4-6 is $15.00, for ages 7-14, $10.00. --,'. ) )
More information will be provided ., ",,
during registration. ,".. .. ,.. .' w By JOB Cissy
BCT Staff Wrlt.r

Greyhound Moves... I Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge has
submitted a budget request 82.8%
The Greyhound Bus Terminal is above the spending level approvedlast
now located at the KOA Kam- '-:-0' year for the sheriff by the coun-
pground, US-301 South as of June 1. ty commission.The .
The former location on East: ,..... -". first budget workshop is set
.
Washington Street is now dosed. Nr.'. II' for 7:30: p m. Monday, June 12, with
.,,
For ticket information anffbus k Sheriff Etheridge Solid Waste
schedules go by KOA or call 3' Director Darrell O'Neal and
964-8484. Emergency Services Director Cliff
Chapman asked to attend to explain
Lunch Bunch... their budget requests. How the 911

The Lunch Bunch meets at the emergency radio dispatching will be
Presbyterian Church Friday June 9 worked is expected to be a topic.
at noon. Bring a covered dish and "The biggest portion of the increase
enjoy the fellowship. is due to the new jail," Sheriff
Etheridge said Wednesday morning.

KLPOA Dinner... "Five new jailors have already
f, { been approved (by the Departmentof I
The Kingsley Lake Property Corrections) for the Jail annex in
Owners Association will have a back of the old jail," he said, "and a
covered dish dinner on Saturday ",',... J : s :ti'tis yy;' jit6r' ry ir+' ,f,' ''4. f c ., ; ., cook will be needed."
June 10. The board meeting will The total budget approved for
begin at 6 p.m. Clay County Com- fiscal year 1988-89 was $689,622. This
missioner Ron Stotler will be the year's budget request just sent to
special guest at dinner. He also Clerk Ray Norman and passed on to
chairman of the Water Sewer Com- the commission shows a bottom line
mittee. figure of $1,261,077.Budgets .
from most county depart-
e "' ments have been received by the
Osteoporosis.. clerk and were presented to the

Calcium's role in the preventionof County Commissioners at their
osteoporosis will be the topic of a regular meeting Monday, June 5
workshop demonstration on Mon- ; Two departments have budgetsthat
day June 12 at the Bradford ats- show large increases over last
Agriculture Building. The programwill year' ," Norman told the commission",
be presented at 10 a.m. and 7 'the solid waste and the sheriff.
The is free, but Budgets from the other departmentsare
p.m. program
much in line with past
please call to pre-register at __ pretty
said.
964-6280 ext 284 or 209. Space is budgets, he

limited. Solid Waste...

New items in the solid waste
Cancer Societ X.... A Night to Remember... budget, above items in previous
Bradford County include fourth of closure
The Chapter of A large crowd of relatives and friends braved the heat and humidity budgets one
the American Cancer Society still s last Friday night to see the Class of 1989 graduate. Top picture, from left costs for the existing landfill
needs several thousand dollars to to right: Pam Thornton Elaine Thompson and Renee Thomas march Into amounting to $275,000; obligations to
fulfill their quota. Checks can be Bradford Memorial Stadium as graduation ceremonies begin. Bottom the New River Solid Waste Associa-
mailed to American Cancer Socie- tion (NRSWA) for up front con-
left: Carrie Shaw, left, helps Wendy Young adjust her graduation cap
ty 1199 Bessent Rd, Starke, FL tingency costs pending a bond issue
before the ceremonies. Miss Young was the last in the line of 19X9
32091. ( ,"'" graduates to receive her diploma. Bottom right: Senior class: valedic- for starting of the new tri-county
torian Yvonne Bobo receives her diploma from Superintendent of Schools landfill $75,380; anticipated tipping
55 Class Cruise... s. Jim Duncan. Video tapes of the 19X9 graduation ceremonies can be ob- fees for three minths to NKSWA
rt x and class III
The BHS Class of 1955 is planning t swis/ tained. from Barry Thomas. Call 961-6507 or 282-2001 for more information. landfill$145,000,for yard opening trash and a construc-
cruise from Canaveralin
3-day Port
tion debris is itemized at $25,000.
Sept. 1990 to celebrate its 35th Professional and technical ser-


reunion.vited Other to join graduating: the cruise.classes are In- 194 Seniors Graduate at Bradford HighLeaders near most vices Keystone for of closing which account the are existing additional for $143,000 landfill ex-,

For info, i call Judy Casey Berard, above previous costs
penses
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473-2468 or Lake Region Travel,
473-7234. of the Class of 1989 ex injured in an auto accident the governed, that whenever any formof are equal In talents virtues, or Sheriff's ..
pressed their sentiment for Brad- previous day. Ward wore two government becomes destructiveof capabilities," Judge Sanders Request.
Learn to Read... ford High, heard a lesson in tassels, one for Durban. Trisha these ends, it is the right of the said."But the claim of one individualto Five new radio operators and four
democracy from Judge Elzie Parado, Durban's passenger, walk- people to alter or to abolish it, and ti his life, liberty and happinessmust additional deputies are being re-
If know and adult who
you wantsto Sanders, and agreed to remain in ing a bit gingerly, made it to graduation. institute new government, laying its be treated as just as importantas quested by the sheriff.
learn to read, or i if you want to each other's Currently, Etheridge explained,
hearts in commence- foundation on such principles and those of any other individual.
help someone learn to read, contact ment exercises Friday night, June 2. Judge Sanders warned the organizing its powers in such form, The third basic premise of correctional officers are doubling as
Charles Thomas at the Bradford- "This is a very special bunch of seniors, "Unless you are educated, as to them shall seem most likely to democracy is the belief that liberty radio operators, but DOC is objec-
Union Vo-Tech Center, phone people," said valedictorian Yvonne informed, and active in expressingyour effect their safety piness." is desirable, that freedom is good. ting to this double assignment, and
964-6150. Bobo in a breathless, off-the-cuff views through the ballot our Democracy, state Judge Freedom simply means each In- due to the 911 emergency system,
Learn Trade. farewell address. She credited Dr. democratic society, as we know it, Sanders, rests on a belief In the fun- dividual should have the maximum communications will have to be
a .. Al Rother, former BHS principal will not long endure." damental dignity and importance of opportunity to select his own pur- separated from correctional duties.At .
The Job Training Partnership who was present to see daughter, The judge opened his commence the individual, in the essential poses in life and to choose the meansto least two of the new deputies
Act (JTPA) will send you to schoolat Mindy, graduate, with getting the ment address by reading an excerpt equality of human beings and in the accomplish those purposes. The will be assigned primarily to
the Vocational Center, if you class to believe in itself in its from the Declaration[ of In- individual's need for freedom. core of our liberty is self- highway partol duties, but will be
qualify.There. freshmen year. dependence, adopted by Congress "This doctrine[ of individualismrests determination, Judge Sanders said. available for crime investigationsand
are openings Commer- The Class of 1989 argued but stuck July 4, 1776: on the conviction that there is The struggle now taking place in other police work. Income will
cial Vehicle and Driving, together, and Dr. Rother gave it the "We hold these truths to be self- supreme worth in every human be- China and Russia confronts and illuminates be generated from the highway
Cosmetology, Clerical, Welding, strength to be better, "...to make evident, that all men are created ing," Judge Sanders said. "The In- the fundamental differences patrol assignments, enough to offset
Heavy Equipment and Hor- what we wanted come true," said equal, that they are endowed by dividual is the central measure of between their social much of the added cost, according to
ticulture.For Miss Bobo. their Creator with certain In- value, not the state." systems and those of the United Etheridge.It .
further information contact Salutatorian Micki Becker urged alienable rights, that among these The second basic premise of State of America, Judge Sanders is forseen that if each deputy
Ms. Velma Mitchell at the local Job the class to "...live for the reward are life, liberty and the pursuit of democracy is the right of the in- said. writes eight tickets per day the two
Service Office, 9648092. from within, not for rewards others happiness. That to secure these dividual to be treated as a unique As people become enlightened can raise some $300,000 in one year,
might give you." rights, governments are instituted and equal human being, Judge they seek human rights and all that without ticketing any driver
Free Day Care:.. Senior Cam Ward remembered among men, deriving their just Sanders said. going under 70 mph.
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is classmate Chris Durban, seriously powers from the consent of the "This does not mean that all of us (See Graduationp.3A> Working traffic would be a changeSee

available in most private pre-
schools in Starke. For more Infor- How the 'System Works ( BC Budget..P.9A)
mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford
School Board Office, ph. 9646800.Employers .

Wanted... Deals Cut in Siting Process; Union Promised Big Benefits I IUnion

Employers are wanted to par-
ticipate in the Title III Dislocated County could benefit by $15 -An undetermined amount runn- asked how he would like to have a
Worker Program.The million in "perks" over a three-year ing into millions for four-laning and new roof on the Union County High Baker OuvalWaNulla
Job Training Partnership period if it finally becomes Florida's other improvements for access School He also reportedly contacteda Suwannaa
Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job hazardous waste site. The proposed roads to the haz/waste site. member of the Union County Com- Taylor NIOlalayana
training positions for the long term benefits are the result of multidealscut In addition, there are other mission to offer financial help for the BradClay
unemployed.For in the hallowed halls of "perks" unrelated to the waste projects proposed tri-county landfill on lord
further Information call San- Tallahassee and voted into law at a 2 and contained in other prison property north of Raiford.In Gdchnst-
dra Demps Lake City at (904) a.m. adjourned session early Satur- budgets, such as: Nachua
758-0433, in the Florida Departmentof day morning. -$1V4 million for a new roof on spite of all the geneopl! contusion Putnam
Labor office.Upcoming.. The deals were made by Union County High School. over contents of the 23-page The Union County site was Flaplar
... legislators with Governor Bob Mar- -l'/i million for a youth detention joint House and Senate bill, Claude recommended over a year ago
tinez promising not to veto ap- center. ( ) Revels, a director in the but construction has been held
Public meetings scheduled in the propriations made for Union Countyto And concerning Bradford County: Unite Citizens Against Pollution, up by area residents who charge
coming weeks are: help ease the "trauma" residentsare -$400,000 for improvements at the said yesterday, "The way I look at that the DER's selection process Southwest Polk County
The June 8, Bradford County undergoing due to the siting pro- BHS gym.This It we didn't lose a thing It was is Hawed. is the! latest site being
Commission Budget Workshop was cess. latter project was in last already{ sited in Union County, and considered for a hazardous
rescheduled for June 12 at 7 p.m. at As Senator George Klrk trick, year's appropriations budget, but we're still going to get a one-stop CII+Ir waste incinerator.
the Bradford County Courthouse.The who has taken different positions in was vetoed by Governor Martinez. hearing before an administrative of Ia
Bradford County School the siting fight almost daily, put it: Now, it is reported that the Governorhas ficer. At that time we will get to con- Hernando
Board will meet June 12 at 7:30- "I feel that for the trauma and all "cut a deal" with a local gym test the siting criteria used by DER OranpaPaseo
p.m. at the School Board Administration the things that these citizens are be- supporter and promised not to veto it and its consulting firm, as well as
Building. ing dragged through, the State oughtto a am. the criteria for obtaining a permit by
Brooker City Council will meetat set a little bit aside to help little This year. The Telegraph has been the operator of the plant. The minute O.e.da
7:30: p.m., June 13 at the Brooker Union County." told, Martinez is willing to withholdhis some company applies for a permit :/./,
City Hall. That "little bit" adds up to a total veto and let the re legislators operate the plant, the clock starts F411sborouph ),
Hampton City Council will meetat of $15 million over a three-year listed above, stand if ticking."
7 p.m., June 13, in the Hampton period, and Includes such "perks"as would not press to put the site in The question to be resolved now is r Ai.
City Hall.I. : Clay County, where some 17,000 whether Union County is primarily Area of detail
New River Solid Waste Associa- -$2 million for a new tri-county G.O.P. votes are at stake. interested in "perks" being thrownits : 'shown above. ,

tion: 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, in landfill for Union, Baker and Brad-- Senator Kirkpatrick apparently way as a result of deals made that FAanat HudN Hlphltulds
the Bradford County Courthouse.The ford Counties. served as "broker" in at least two of would help relieve its strapped
Starke City Council will -$300,000 to close Union's present the deals to enhance the siting in financial position, or is more In- : StlAnnO/Tlw 0-K>*..+..l.Sun
meet June 20 at 7:30 p.m., at the landfill. Union County. He reportedly) con- terested in having its people free
Starke City Hall. -$400,000 to beef up emergen- tacted Union County School Map of Polk and Union Hazardous Wast Sites
Deals Cut..p.3/)
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7 .w T Mi Certain outdated provisions were Section 4: Removal of names from

I deleted from the City Charter by the registration books. This Is now a
\ /v Starke City Council Tuesday night function of the county.
I L June 6, upon recommendation of City Section 5, Residence Restrictions:
; Attorney Terence Brown. This section gave the city authorityto
The outdated and superseded laws establish and set apart separate
I limits or districts for white and
are Brown said.
I II I unnecessarYI d and unenforced black residents. Federal law pro-

v residency restrictions for blacks in hibits discrimination In housing.
Section 5 of the charter. City officials simply never remov-
1
1f outdated ordinance and it slip]
ed the
1I f The ordinances are either unnecessary
and outdated, covered in ped up on them in the recent voting
I trial won against the city by
other places in the charter or rights
superseded by state laws, Brown explained the Bradford Chapter of the NAACP.In .
to the council. his ruling against the city
This is the first action of a charter U.S.District Judge Terrell Hodges
revision committee headed by Council pointed to the old law as perhaps
Member Vernon Silcox. Other the clearest example of city-
"
I committee members are attorney sponsored discrimination...
If R.A. (Buzzy) Green, John Miller of "Although not enforced in recent
the Downtown Merchants Association years for obvious reasons, this

/ __ ,_ aL_. A"< and County Commissioner Ross charter provision empowering the
LaWley Straight ta.... Chandler who Is a resident of city to segregate the races remainson
These itudenU Lawtey Elementary made airtight A'.on their report card Starke. the books to this day," Judge
Danny Falkenberg Torah Skinner and Kim
for Splvey. Hodges wrote. "The modern day
grading period. 1.3. The deletions come in the form of
From left to right on the Iron row! Heather Duncan Meghan HwUiuon In the third row from left to right Bonnie Folsom Brooke Thornton Kim Ordinance No. 338 prepared by City commission has never acted to
Brandy Taylor Christina Rutledge Amber Shuford Lott Tiffany Lafforty Nancy Cavanaugh Kyle Bennett Chri Lanler Brian Attorney Brown. The sections delete it."
Bryan Reyec Caey King
of Taxes
and :
Sapp Ricky Beck.: deleted Section 6: Compromise
Aahley C........and llollle Tew. are:
In the fourth row from left to right Brandyn Padgett Either Section 6: Drainage; Liens. The empowered the city to compromise,
In the wcond row from left to right: Katrina Ilarrb. Ronnie AiuUn John Massey,Michael abate refund, rebate, discount,
Juchlnlwlcz Patricia Covte, section refers to the city's power to
Smith Dana Criffb
Adkln, Bryan Fletcher Amanda Crawford Monica Lee. Danny WllkLson, Amanda Patrick Krbty FUhburn Tiffany and Ann Smith. Sarah Falkenberg., regulate drainage and place liens on compound, waive, adjust and settle
and all taxes on real and personal
property for the cost. This law is any
H superseded by state laws. property assessments and
Section 3, voter Registration: This' special assessment liens for local
Special Permits Now function is now carried out by the improvements, plus assess interest
Required for Borrow PitsA county supervisor elections understate and penalties. This law is covered In
law which has superseded the other section on taken over by the

special permit is now requiredfor Ms. Sue Mosman, who May 9 ask sion- began holding public workshopsto 25 yards on all sides, shall have access city law .: county under current state law.

borrow pits In any zoning ed that borrow pits be banned from draw up an ordinance to control to a public right-of-way.
classification following amendments residential areas, was not present .
small borrow pits. No borrow pit shall be con .
passed Monday, June 5, June 5.The Prior to the passage May 9 of Or- structed within 220 yards of any existing
which were added to an ordinance additive amendents approved dinance No. 89-5 the county did not residence school, public park : Need An Electrician? 1":
passed May 9 by the Bradford County June 5 also include: control borrow pits of less than five or playground. I: :
Commission.The Control of present borrow pits. acres. So Greg Griffis currently No excavation will take place 30 ;call DAN WAINWRIGHT ji:
June 5 amendments Section 11 requires that, upon com operates the borrow pit in the Mount minutes after sunset or 30 minutes
strengthen the county's new borrow plaints of residents, that all mining Pleasant and Keystone Oaks area before daylight. I; ,i
pit law, but still do not prohibit borrow operations must cease on borrow legally without a permit. .A performance bond of $1,500 per\ : 964-9139 :
pits in residential areas. The pits in existence whether abandoned The law adopted May 9 contains acres of land excavated is required.The ',
major strengthening affect is the in the process of construction or regulations for fencing sloping the 8 36 Years Experience Types Electrical
special permit required for all zoning being operated. It gives the pit sides and erecting gates of borrow Penalty... '
classifications, to be issued by owner 30 days to submit restoration pits less than five acres. Violators of Ordinance No. 89-4 : Work Single and Three Phase >

the Board of Adjustment.The plans to the county. Restoration and Violators of the ordinance wouldbe subject to a fine not to exceed $500 are or : Reasonably Priced Work "-*
re-vegetation including fencing, subject to a $500 per day fine or 60 .
struck from word a "residential"sentence, making was it must thereafter.The be completed. within 90 days days The in board jail, or passed both. the ordinance days by imprisonment In jail, or both.not to exceed 60 1\\ . . . . . ._II. . ._11. . ;n.

read "In no event shall any fill borrow amendment also makes
each 9 to the
May into ef
or borrow pit be constructed offense a separate violation. get regulations .................. ,.. ;"ss._ "".;. ;..:.:_;S.-ss s. ,;;:-ss<;. SSS.s.s.
within any zoning classification "I'm happy about these amend fect."Whatever need to
we try to stop
without special] permit, as providedby ments" Ms. Mosman told The what is going on fast" Commission
the original zoning classifcation Gainesville Sun. "I think the amendments Chairman Wilbur Waters said. i Cjr'QT/ZQI-/ '
(which has rules for the permitting ensure that these pits will g\ /fr

process). have to be properly fenced and graded The Regulations...
The word "residential" was so that children could not be 5T2eciai\
struck at the recommendation of buried." Nowb the county can require a
e issued by the Zoning
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal. The "It's what we wanted," said Jay Department. -
zoning director said there are hundreds
Martin, another resident of the affected

of of settled Other regulations: ._.!J
acres sparsely I PRICES BEGIN
who attended
area the June 5 w
Sets the
minimum of
size borrow
residential property in the county, commission meeting. "The questionnow a TIIURS. JUNE 8th.
at three
pit
too many acres to ban borrow pits is how long it will take to get ac acres. TflRU.
Excavation
take
altogether from all areas classified tion." may not place Napa WED., JUNE 14th.
residential. However if the word"residential" within 50 feet of a property line.
as Stemware
Prompted by a 3-acre borrow pit Country
The entire parcel shall be fenced
had been retained in in a single family residential area, with minimum of a five foot high Flute Goblet Red, Round Tall & White, =
the amendment to Ordinance No. Mount Pleasant and Keystone Oaks 4 PIECE SET
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American wire fence with two 3 39
89-5, borrow pits would have been .
near Keystone Heights, residents Li11Ix
strands of barbed wire on top of that. t'
banned from residential .
areas only. .
and the
complained county commis- The parcel shall be posted every _
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JuneB. IB89 TELEGRAPH Page3A

I Deals Cut on Haz. Waste Selection I 1 1In


From page 1A available .Tallahassee, legislativeaides criteria,which he says the group has
from said. 1'1' enough evidence to successfully op
dous possible dangers of a hazar- While most Union residents seem pose. He says that if the hearing of-
waste Incinerator! still oppose;' to the siting, they are ficer should rule against UCAP, then
The situation is being further com- now divided on the question of whatto the group can take its case to court.
plicated by the entrance of a private do next. Some want to keep up an

corporation that has applied for permitting intense fight against the incineratorand Ken Parrish, a UCAP member,
to f
operate a 70-million ton seem offended that the
said he felt the extra money was
capacity hazardous waste in- legislature is offering the county ex-
meant to from the
buy support peo-
cinerator
on mined-out phosphate to sooth its "trauma"
tra
money ;
the site. "We neededthe
for waste
lands in Polk This ple
County. alter- some hard-pressed county officialsare
native to the site in Union County is eyeing the millions that the money for our schools and
before.
being given serious consideration by financially strapped county is being emergency didn't Senator services Kirkpatrick offer Why us
the Department of Environmental offered to cope with the hazardous this money before now?" he asked.
Regulation. Rick Wilkins DER waste plant.A .
director of waste management, says UCAP (United Citizens Against
DER might drop its embattled effort Pollution) meeting has been called
to locate a facility in Union County if for 7:30: p.m. Monday in the Union Proviso language in the budget
the Polk County effort is successful. County Courthouse to discuss a planof specifies that some of the promised
In the meanwhile, UCAP has operations. money is "contingent upon final i
renewed its vow to fight the Union Revels is taking an optimisticview designation of Union County as the
County site to the bitter end, but is of the situation and thinks the state hazardous waste disposal
waiting to see just what is in the 23 group should wait until a private facility." This would indicate that
page bill before planning its corporation applies for a permit to Union County would not get its h
strategy. It may be several days yet operate the plant, then demand a millions if the site went to another 5'"
before copies of the bill are hearing on the tiring and permitting location. : ,
--

I 194 High School Seniors Graduate Outstanding.- -

'-'
From page 1A Bradford High School bud tudenU receiving award the front from left to right Jennifer Dodge, MlcU '
freedoms they see in other coun- for this day and for this celebrationof "Even if paths we choose pull one for their year'.work Include,on the'back row from left Becker and Karen Absent I
Hodge were Kenny Clark
tries, Judge Sanders said. commencement that has brought from returned another to, our home.hearts As can you alwaysbe have to right: Josh Bute. Kevin Boone,Sheri B..., Km FUIyaw Sheila Tew and Jimmy Qulette.rsuw .
"When people regardless of race us together. and
Billy Starling.
origin or creed, become enlightensand "We come tonight, praising your promised, friends in you, Lord, ------ ---
Informed through the education name and thanking you for all of the never have to say goodbye. By plac- i/ '*
individuals- ing our lives in hands we can ? > $ fti&'t&To \
process then, as evidenced by recent caring parents, our your '
movements in China and Russia, the teachers, and our friendsthat have realize that this is not only an en- ;} ? A- SKi '
people want the inalienable rights of led us by loving example to this ding, but also a beginning."Be : &&* & .>
life, liberty, and happiness of which culmination of our ac- with us now and throughoutall ( 2%a j,
of that lives be
Thomas Jefferson in our Declara- complishments. our days our may -
tion of Independence so ably spoke," "May your healing hand be upon reflections of your kingdom, and our get Brazil' nuts out of their shells unbroken, freeze them until the
Judge Sanders said."Let's Chris Durban that he may be strongin beings instruments of your will." shells creek. ;.
"In Christ's name, Amen.
not give away by our own you. J I
apathy what so many of this world's '
inhabitants freely forfeit their livesin
order to have," Judge Sanders

said.194 seniors made it through the .'

seniors graduation did not ceremonies.march because Fifteen of in- G "

complete credits, and will probably y h d

graduate I Charles this Francis.summer, said Principal oa ea

"I- was proud of the seniors," said

Principal Francis, who praised the r .
class for an orderly ceremony and a .. ..
attitude. '
good
Holly Shields, chaplain of the
Students Council, ended the com- ;
mencement with prayer:
"Heavenly Father, we thank you ':; read meter


But Tower Not to BecauseOf Stay, my


Adjustment Bd.In ,

its June 1 edition, The
Telegraph stated the radio tower

erected by Leonard Moore on property f, Neither rain, nor sleet, nor bark
he owns on Geiger Road will t N Nfir' \
remain as is, according to action of of dog can keep an FPL meter reader
the Starke Board of Adjustment at
its regular meeting May 25. s 1 u from taking a correct reading.
The Telegraph was incorrect in at-
tributing any action on the tower to Every day it seems one of'our
the Board of Adjustment. In fact, the 1
Board of Adjustment has not been people sets anew

petitioned to consider a special ex- record for
ception to allow the radio tower, ,mow '' ..*. .
which Moore raised fronvwrfeer' 't t t /} accuracy

180 feet to extend his cohimunications -" r ,
;idi&ance to Lake Bufle'r.,,, ,. ;"t a.'a 3 P M, !v ; barbie White,
The June 1 article in The
Telegraph was misleading and caus- "i --s for example, ,
ed a lot of problems, Ms. Claire
Capps,a member of the Board of Ad- recently read
justment told city commissioners
Tuesday night, June 6. The Board of t;, over lOQOOO
Adjustment did discuss the tower s Y
electric meters without mistake.
but took no official action,Ms.Capps -.MM..aaaaw a

said.Moore Part of Barbies efficiency is a credit
has said he will put a lighton -

the tower. i to her FPL know.how and persistence.

However, according to Commis- '
Qualities all our meter readers strive
sioner Charles Schaefer, the FCC
'
says a double light is required which to perfect.
will tell airplane pilots the tower is ?
less than 200 feet tall. Towers taller But there more to the story. For
than 200 feet carry one light. Com- :
missioner Schaefer says Moore's ':- the past two years, FPL readers have
tower has been wired for the double
lights and Moore is awaiting the carried a handheld electronic,
light.
recorder called a "datacap"
(
Moore erected the tower without a -
When an address is
,
permit. Mrs. Mary Peterson informed -
the council.The city so far has not entered, the recorder
attempted to have Moore take the

tower down. provides a message

Commissioner Schaefer says the that helps readers stay
proper procedure to protest the ? > k
tower is to write a letter to the Code s" / on a first-name basis
Enforcement Board which will then
decide whether the tower is In viola- -S Sz with your pet,
tion of city zoning regulations.
Schaefer is chairman of the Code '- locate hidden

Enforcement Board. ., ,
meters, or know when

to check with a neighbor.
FHP Troopers S
---5 Most important of all;its memory
Continue License: t

Vehicle. Inspections doublechecks entries,, warnS of

Bradford CountyThe possible errors and asks for a second
Florida Highway Patrol will 1
be conducting driver license and .aarwa..a opinion.
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- .g;
i t g.
ing the week of June 9 through June Tbtal accuracy Its Barbie> goal,

15 on SR-21, SRl00J.SR- SR-18, "
'
> because you've,told us its yours. .
SR-16, CR-18, C"18R21B, 4 >
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, And in attaining it, FPLs technol-
CR-227t CR-221, R-230and CR-100A ,

in Bradford County.Recognizing -.- ,, ogy is proving to be mans best friend.,
the danger presentedto t' 'i
the public by defective .vehicle I ,. And certainly womans, too.
equipment, Troopers will concen- :
trate their efforts on vehicles being I \ ; 'I.
operated with defects such as bad : + t.
brakes, worn tires and defective I >.1:111'\1'\ ,
lighting equipment. In addition, at- l 'i':
tention will be directed to driven r ifj.j
who would violate the driver license G ;
S .S f
laws of Florida. S
The Patrol has found these checkpoints -' > '
to be an effective means of en- r=PL. ;; :

forcing the equipment 'and 'driver 'Jllktt.;': ,.. .. J .
license laws of Florida while insuring S\

the protection of aU motorists., rA u? t .,x 5 a FI'.hitler!.will wax find It.V ..
> "
r' ::

I
Union CountyThe t .

Florida Highway Patrol will S '" ,
be conducting driver license and .
7 r '
M"
vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur- f 1 5.:. '/
"
"
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MKtt&SSiSSS&SSisa'iSEffl..ssa.sst
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Page 1\ TKI.KGKAPII: : June K, 19119

Catamounts Roamed the Santa Fe Swamp


EtiTORiALSThis And Raided Chicken Houses at TheresaEver


-<:I f. accidents in those days
see a catamount Maybe you'renot (Horse-power
new automobiles arrived In Starke In one
sure whether have not have been as fatal as today's auto
you or not.What the may
Brush
day. "They are runabouts of 12
heck's a catamount, anyway? Well, the each, and are equipped with collisions, but they were certainly more
dictionary it's horsepower and exciting. Col. Shipman was a
colorful
says "any of a variety of the
tops, said."One of them
reporter
Is No Way to SelectA wild America animals' of the cat familyin bought by Dr. A.H. Freeman and the other was prominent unsuccessful citizen candidate of Lawtey for and Governor once was on
the
usually an
cougar or lynx. by Dr. J.C. Wills, through the Geo. C. Liv- ticket.TURPENTINE.
Presumably, that would also include pan- ingston Co."Doctors still made house callsin the Republican
thers.
those days, and the new "horseless car- BOOMINGThe
Hazardous Waste SiteAs Well anyway,according to a 1912 item in riages" helped them make their rounds. ( following items are all from 1898
The Telegraph, J.P. Hall of Theressa killed issues of The Telegraph:
one of the critters when he heard it attacking interview with the Ellarbee
In recent
a chicken in the back a
if they weren't confused enough by three-day waiting period for handgun rupting his breakfast. yard, inter. Company, turpentine operators whose
plant is situated in East Starke, we gleaned
the last minute bill-passing frenzy of the purchases in the state constitution. The Theressa correspondent wrote: "We the following information. Mr. Ellarbeehas

late "lamented" legislative session, need some good hounds here. Since Mr. 50 men at work cutting boxes and is
United Citizens Against Pollution are "By the session's end, Florida's road- D.L. Phillips left us, the varmints are com continually enlarging his force. Me has

still in the dark as to what was and was building program was in a shambles, ing back. We suppose it's because there erected some 15 houses in which his
not in the infamous bill concerning a local governments had received no help has been so much wet weather to drive laborers live, and also has a handsome
them out of the Santa Fe Swamp. house which he occupies.
hazardous waste facility in Union County in their efforts to finance basic govern-
.
mental services, the Governor's growth ._ -- ..- WAR DECLARED
management initiative aimed at Life was full of wholesome fun in the Gay BETWEEN NEWSPAPERSWar
We were informed by Tallahassee limiting urban sprawl had been abandoned 90s- and one of the most popular with Cougar has been declared between the Lake

Wednesday morning (three days after and an ambitious plan to raise young and old alike was the excursion Butler Bulletin and the Starke Telegraph.
the session ended) that of the train trips promoted by the railroad. One SCHOOL The "causus belli" Is something concern-
a GOES MILITARY
copy cigarette taxes in order to help pay for of these events was described in an 1898 ing the courthouse election in Bradford
final bill, as passed, "might" be indigent medical care was trampled." issue of The Telegraph American 1898 was War the and year even of the the Starke Spanish-school County which bids fair to shake the foundations
available sometime this week. In the of Swift Creek to
from the ramparts
will be rememberedas MOONLIGHT was getting into the with its
"But 1989 clearly EXCURSIONTO spirit young .
meanwhile, no one here or there seemsto a session of missed As BURNETT'S LAKEIn male students organizing a military company the battlements of Sampson River.It
know what was in it. The session at lawmakers busied opportunities.themselves spite of the disagreeable weather last and learning to drill. The Starke may be well to remember that the
which it was passed did not end until 2 by Friday night, a large crowd took in the Home Guards were among the first In the race is not always to the swift, nor the victory -
a.m. morning (two hours after outlawing dwarf tossing, designating a moonlight excursion run by the railroad to State to volunteer for service after the to the strong, but we say "lay onMcDuff
Saturday state dirt, resorting to gimmicks to try Burnett's Lake. There must have been sinking of the battleship Maine In Havana and damned be he who first cries
midnight Friday), so there is little to reduce the high school dropout rate something over 100 people on board, as two Harbor. holdl! Enoughl! (From 1898Telegraph).

wonder that few, if any, legislatorsknew and banning fax junk mail, they choseto passenger coaches were pretty well pack SUGAR MILL COMINGAs (Note: The election referred to was the

what they were voting onor ignore the larger more expensive pro- ed.While a bit of industrial news, another 1898 last in a series of four or five held between
cared. blems of the nation's fastestgrowingstate. at the lake the young ladies and item announced that Dr. A.L. Scott had 1875 and 1900) to decide whether Lake
gentlemen enjoyed a delightful dance in received for mill whichhe Butler or Starke should be the county seat
This is a sad way to take action on That lawmakers did so little of machinery a sugar Bradford
the large pavilion. The Victor Cornet Band will erect on his place in North Starke. of County. Starke won this final
something as important as a hazardous note is testimony to both the mood of furnished music for the occasion and The machinery consisted of a cane mill, a election and remained the County Seat un-
waste treatment plant for the entire political timidity that has swept Florida played at every station en route. A first class evaporator and all other til the county was divided in 1921.)

State of Floridasomething that shouldbe and to the lack of bold, imaginative quartette composed of several members of necessary equipment for a No. 1 plant. "

handled with the utmost care and leadership in Tallahassee," says the the board band the train entertained coming home.the excursion on WORK HOURS SHORTENED Other items from 1898:

caution, rather than during a last- Sun.This The young people are all eager for Capt. There was no such thing as a 40-hour LADIES IMPROVE PARK.
minute "feeding frenzy" that turns the work week in those days, but it was an-
is not to however that the Tompsett to run another moonlight excur-
say, The ladies of the S.L.I.A. (Starke Ladies
nounced that all Starke merchantshad
Legislature into a "loose cannon" at the did sion to the lake. nearly
end Legislature not accomplish some signed a petition to close their storesat Improvement Association- predecessorto
of each session. good things during the session, such as WORLD RECORD 6:30 p.m., starting June 1st. "We hope the Woman's Club) have improved the

The Legislature has known for at open government and campaign finance And if the Guiness Book of World they will all sign up The Telegraph said, park (on Church Street) by having the
least three years that this hazardous reforms, the Speaker's 'children atrisk" Records had been published in those days, "as we sympathize with the clerks who grass moved off and the trees trimmed.
the fact that
have to stay in the stores so late these hot They are indignant over some
it would have had candidate from Brad-
waste siting problem must be faced, package emphasizing day care, a nights. person or persons are in the habit of cut-
and failed Head Start drug rehabilitation ford County in a very unusual category. the and benches with
yet to take action until the job programs, Another 1912 news item stated that W.E. DOUBLE TEAM RUNAWAYA ting on trees pocket
could no lonker be done with and emergency shelters for knife and have killed several trees by cut
any degreeof Snell, a colored employee of the Powell.Smitn afternoon traffic accident
Sunday
expertise the few months left when children. But most of these bills were Naval Stores Co.of Starke,thinks he near Lawtey in 1898 when Col.! V.J.occurred ting great gashes in them.

DER was finally handed the job. And passed early in the session before the is the champion gum-dipper of the world. Shipman's double team became frightenedand (Apparently there were vandals, even in
final frenzy set in. One day recently he walked ten miles to ran completely demolishing his those days.)
then, due to haste, it was done in an ad- and from work and dipped 10V4 barrels of handsome away
He and his
new buggy.
mittedly flawed manner, and Union We feel that if more careful con- gum during the day. He believes this were in the buggy at the time, but succeeded family- SCHOOL ATTENDANCEThe
County is expected to suffer for it. sideration had been used in the early record is unequalled, and thinks he could in escaping unhurt. Mr. Brooks Ship- Bradford County High School has an
do even better in a contest. man jumped on a horse and ran the team enrollment of 94 scholars. This Is an
of the hazardous waste siting
We are informed by legislative years pro- unusually large attendance for this seasonof
NEW AUTOS ARRIVEIt down, having to cut them loose from the
sources that the bill so hastily rushed cess, Union County would have been also in 1910 when two harness. the year. Prof. Hercules is the right man
was big; news
through in the wee small hours of Satur- spared the trauma and the expense of in the right place.

to that should unu_ ---- --
day morning does not actually name having fight something

Union County as the hazardous waste never have happened in the first place.

site. What it does, we are told, is The mined-out phosphate lands in Polk Ship Sunk During Civil War I MinorityEnrollment

"acknowledge" that ERC (En- County should nave been given more

vironmental Regulation Commission) consideration early on, but perhaps Being Salvaged Near Mandarinburied

had already picked Union County for their selection would have made too

the site. What the of this wor- much sense to suit expensive "con-
purpose
sultants" who received for of the Starke Club there have been brought to the surface On Upgrade
over $500,000 Members Rotary
ding might be is unclear, since it has Dr. Holland said. All items are
Civil War
back in to
carried
picking politically impotent and almost were history
been known for more than a year that days last week when Dr. Keith Holland of remarkably preserved since being buried
ERC hair i made"this'choice on recom- roke-Union County. Orange Park told of efforts now in progress under mud keeps them free from oxygen, t-1" .

mendation of DER. to salvage cargo from the Union thus preventing decay. / '.. The national trend of declining,
steamship Maple Leaf that sank in the St. At the time U was sw kthe, Maple Leaf, black enrollment in college has been..Fi
Rep. George Crady says he still feels Johns River 125 years aeo. was transporting the personal belongingsof reversed at Santa Fe Community
that Union County has a chance to avoid 2,000 Union soldiers to Jacksonville College by a program with a proven
The one-time luxury ship, converted to from Folly Island, S.C., making it a record of keeping minority studentsin
host to the hazardous waste facility
being wartime use, was sunk off Mandarin Point treasure house of personal items depicting school.
since a private corporation is now by a Confederate mine on April 1, 1884. Dr. lifestyle in the Civil War period, Dr.
applying for a permit to operate such a Holland, a diving enthusiast, organized a Holland said. Most of the artifacts The College Achievement Program
plant on mined-out phosphate lands in company, the St. Johns River Ar- recovered so far have been placed on per has been held at SFCC every
Polk cheological Expositions, Inc., and went to manent display at the Museum of Science summer since 1984. In 1988, 44 black
If
County. they are successful, federal admiralty court in Jacksonville, to and History in Jacksonville.Dr. students enrolled in the program. A
they say it can handle 70 million tons of obtain from the Army, which retained Holland said that the Federal year later 33 are still enrolled, with
waste annually, almost three-fourths of 7s ownership of the Maple Leaf, the right to government and the State of Florida are ten of those getting a B average or
the amount estimated for the entire excavate the ship. each entitled to 20 percent of the items better.
Exploring the Maple Leaf, which is still recovered.: The soldiers whose baggagewas
state. It is believed that South Carolinaand into
black students
"Too often
buried in mud and silt at the bottom of the on the steamship had been rushed to get'
Alabama would still agree to take river, is like visiting another world Dr. Jacksonville after the Union army was college and cannot finish/ said
care of the small amount remaining.And Holland said. a few hundred poundsout defeated at the Battle of Olustee on Feb. Saint Elmo Cherry, director of
another plant is being promoted by of the Onlr artifacts that are still 20, 1864. minority affairs at SFCC. "This program
helps students get off to a good
private owners in Escambia County. start and stay in college."

Why these options have not been ex- Cherry said the students tend to

plored before now is due to legislativeand FORESTRY stay in college once they become
DER inaction in facing the problem the Drought Is BrokenIN comfortable and realize the payoff.

when there was still time enough to han- BRADFORD COUNTY Many university SFCC such graduates as the University go on to of a

dle it intelligently.In r I' Florida, which gets more students

a hard-hitting editorial Tuesday, DRY DRY, DRY was the weather here Wildfire can start simply with a pastureor from SFCC than any other source.
a small pile of pushed debris the lan-
in Bradford County before Tuesday'swelcome
the Gainesville Sun blamed the last- thundershowers.In downer wants to burn. Here are a few More than four of five SFCC
minute debacle on Governor Martinezand points that he should consider before vocational-technical graduatesenter
the almost 8 years that I've been here, choice
the legislative leadership spendingmost I can't remember another spring that has lighting his fire: High winds,dry grail and the said.career of their ,

of the session "dodging political been this dry; 1986 was close to these present brush are causes of many large fires.Once Cherry
bullets avoiding and conditions. Yes, this dry weather is they get started they are sometimes impossible The program has tutors and
controversy, beginning to show its effects on the area to control.Lack of rain has allowed counselors who give helpful hints on
agreeing, whenever possible, to put off Harold Hill, president of the'Santa Fe plant life. Have you noticed the pine and : even some of the wetter ponds to dry reading, writing, public speaking,
coping with Florida's considerable Lake Dwellers Association, has been cypress needles turning brown lately? out. A combination of these three underlined how to take notes and take a test.
growth-related problems until next advocating use of the desolate Dogwood and redbuds are now showing factors can create a scary situation for Students completing the program

month, or next year, or until after the phosphate mining lands in Polk County "leaf curl" symptoms of drought stress. even the most veteran prescribeburners.Any must meet entrance requirementsbefore
These are the first species to "He)!'. wildfire should be a lesson to all of enrolling at SFCC.
next election the election after that.
for hazardous
or
waste disposal for two could we please have a drinkI' Until us who need to be more concerned when
The editorial pointed out that "While years but no one in DER or theLegislature regular rainfall comes on a daily basis, 'we set fire near the woods. As dry as it has Students are'offered a part-time
lawmakers agreed to build something took the time to listen. watering your special trees Is recommended. been and as it continues to be,even a small job at Santa Fe while they are In the
Injured damaged trees are especially Instructors recommendsome
or fire from brush program.
a pile can spot over 100 feet
like 9,000 new prison beds to try to slow susceptible to drought stress and need from where it was burning.This makes aU students for scholarships for'
Florida's revolving-door prison system, And now, some of the deals that were watering. burning hazardous and that's the reason their achievement and interest in
they had no stomach for taking on the made to retain the Union County site The weatherman has predicted showers the Division of Forestry has denied some college.

sort of criminal justice reforms neededto are coming to light, and do not present a this showers week., this Even dry condition if we get will afternoon remain burning requ ts.LETTERS'. Cherry said openings are' still

make the revolving door un- pretty picture. It was apparently ob- with us until regular rainsheavier rains available.. Students in public high
necessary. Sooner than those vious to the Governor and DER than just showersarrive in this area. schools in Alachua and Bradford

lawmaKers would like to admit, those Secretary Twatchmann that they would This dry weather has brought numerous .TO THE counties should contact their
lose an administrative hearing on the fires to our area over the past weeks. EDITOR academic counselors or Cherry's office
beds will be filled
new prison to
capacity at SFCC.
Many of these brush fires are the result of
it must be avoided at
and the door will siting process, so
'
revolving begin carelessness. Please, don't let the wind
once again to release as many inmatesas all costs. The present debacle over the tend your fire because the wind will do its "M ny black students never''
it accepts. siting situation is the result of those ef- stuff, and blow your fire onto other property Navy Veteran Notes bridge the gap' between high school'
forts, aided by Senator Kirkpatrick's in- Lack of Flag DisplaysOn and college, Cherry "said. "This
tervention to Union All children at one time or another have Memorial Day program is that bridge.
by-pass County'sright
"Even worse, in a state that is becom- heard the expression"you play with fire,

ing a gun marketplace for the rest of the to an administrative hearing. you get burned! Guess what? Fire also Editor On the, Telegraph morning of: May 30,. my husband I

Western hemisphere" says the burns down trailers, homes and brush. attended Memorial Day services for those Do you know a child with a han- .
editorial, "lawmakers did their usual Perhaps it is not too late for UCAP to Folks In Palm Coast are well award of this veterans who have given the greatest dica{? "
its fact of life. We have also had a few near- sacrificetheir lives for this land. Child Find Is one part of the
cowardly kowtowing to the gun lobby- resume fightas soon as the misses here In Bradford. Many of our great Florida Dia
refusing to do anything to combat the members can find someone who knows near-misses were Just barely near-misses, Veterans This special of Foreign'event, sponsored Wars and by ,the the Resources System (and FDLRS Learning) that :

proliferation of military-style assault exactly what was in the bill, which weld thanks to efforts by the fire departments. American Legion,took place in front of the lends support services to exceptional -
rifles in Florida, opting to send the are was 23 pages longand legal During this dry spell,please be more that fire Bradford County Courthouse. Both my student education programs
outdoors. Be
conscious in the aware In
length at that! husband and I veterans of the a six county area: Bradford
voters an ineffectual proposal to put a pages from a burning with are United
one spark
the wind's help can turn brush Urgefire. States Navy and served during the Koreanera. Bajw.Union Flagler Counties., Putnam, St.Johna,

.. Due to the dry conditions, it is One function of Child Find Is
--- On our to services,we noticed lack
h necessary at times for the Division of way identification of
SOME for out- of patriotism or national loyalty insofar as potentially handicapped -
to requests
Forestry deny ,
preschool students and
ARIO' COf. door burning. Our apologies for this in- flying the American flag in remembranceof the location of children and .
youth
convenience but this is for everyone's best all veterans who died,not only to protect between
birth and 21 of
their loved ones, but future generations. years age
: :i iiif interest. In the past several weeks we have noticed > who may have a handicap condition
lf' I !know that somewhere out there is someone ,and are not receiving services.
who enjoys watching the woods "Say No To Drugs" ribbons aU over Some areas of handicapping conditions
burn. Fires that are started by arsonists town and on t..hirtltor young children. It may be speech,
is wonderful for our citizenry to language,
to landowners support
are costly taxpayers
C. very hearing vision '
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b oo.Fuousoei..JOS1wM.Mitur. and the State of Florida. The Division of this worthwhile cause,yet they fail to raise or Fuysieal problem.be learning, behavior' ,
TiO% IrVls...... Forestry offers $1,000 for information -" keep for those who fought and died Ie.n y u kn w a'child who ".
Published lhuraday rid entered on Second doss Matter at : ,leading tq the arrest and conviction of ar- to country free. eodf may ')f'

the Pod Office at Starker ftafldaindW Act of March 3.1879.. sonists.' I hope in the future, Bradford County PutnamCouFnlltndyot (804) 328-8811 ,
Please be careful with fire.If you need to citizens will show their respect during fn Write .
j PhoittMi-olOS Subscription Rate In y'rade.o: 114 00 per year: S3.00 ix month report a wildfire or arson in Bradford or patriotic holidays and fly"OWGlory"proudly FDL1iS/Child Find P.O. Box 159 '
,",,0. Drawer A; Stark, Florida Outside Tiod Area $15.00 par year; S8.50.x month. Union County, please call l-BOO-327-0752. for the rest of the world to see. Bostwick, FL 32007: ,
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Several Parties Honor .'

Clark/Starling WeddingCocaCola I.


Party...
On Friday, May 19, Mr. &: Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Miss Marla Reddish,
lI l- Ms. Linda Johns, Mr. Kevin Johns, and Mr. Robbie Cowart hosted a Coca-
Cola party In honor of Miss Tracie Clark and Mr. Robert Starling at the i.
home of Mr. &: Mrs. Jimmy Reddish.
The wedding couple was presented with a corsage and boutenniere as
they entered the home. Along with Mrs. Sandra Reddish, the guests of ..
honor greeted their guests at the door. Refreshments were served in the
.
dining room,while the guests received individual Coca-cola: bottles from a r I1'l
large silver punch bowl filled with ice on the back porch. 1
This waterfront setting was pleasant for the guests to mingle with each
,St other and very peaceful to all. Miss Tracie Clark and Robert Starling were .
I presented with a silver and gold platter as a momento of this special occasion J.

Bridesmaids. Luncheon...

Mrs. Donna Gruen and Miss Erika Gruen hosted Tracie Clark's I 1'I I I
bridesmaids' luncheon on Saturday, May 20 at the home of Dr. & Mrs.
Harry Gruen. i '
Corsages were presented to Miss Clark, Mrs. Judy Clark, Mrs. Sheila ',... ..
Starling, Mrs. Nadine McBurnett and Mrs. Bernice Starling. Also present 7
were the bridesmaids' mothers and Miss Clark's wedding director, Ms.
Linda Johns.
Ulthen arriving, the guests were served punch from a silver punchbowl i
I family room. After enjoying each others fellowship, the guests were
seated and served a delicious lunch and dessert in the dining area.
Invited Guest... Miss Clark was presented with the platter of her chosen china pattern as a Mr.& Mrs.Arley NesSmith
momento of the special occasion.
BIIS Chorus Director Don Hardy, at rlgfct, ptwenU Billy lUrrlm.at left with
Lingerie Shower...
a placque dalgiwUng him *the BIIS OuUtandlng Chora mtembrf for
19$"-19.Standing. Mrs. Michelle B.Clark and Miss Donna Langley hosted a lingerie shower The NesSmith's Celebrate61st
for Tracie Clark on Thursday,May 4. The shower was given in the home of
between the two k the"med T the wnlon haws lUrty for"pottingp Mr. &: Mrs. Greg Clark. Wedding AnniversaryArley
with theme thb year.Harrison. Guests participated in challenging bridal shower games. Refreshmentswere
served on the dining table covered with a tablecloth and
mauve
and Hila Mae NesSmith of Lake Butler celebrated their 61st wed-
burgundy napkins which the furnishings of Mrs. Clark'shome.
complimented
ding anniversary May 27 at the Lighthouse Seafood Restaurant in Fanning
Tracie received many beautiful lingerie gifts from the hostessesand

Named BUS guests. Springs The NesSmith's were married May 25, 1928 in Lake Butler front of the
South Carolina Shower... old courthouse by Union County Judge Abe Strickland. They have been
A bridal shower was given by Trade's aunts, Mrs. Rudy Atkinson and lifelong residents of Union County.
Chorus MemberBilly Mrs. Betty Wheeler at the home of Mr. &Mrs.Wendell Shumpert in Colum- Among family members attending the celebration were .1.W. and Lois
Top bia, S'Ca on Tuesday, May 9. NesSmith of Jacksonville; Jim NesSmith of Lake City; Jean NesSmith of
ark and her mother were both presented with beautiful corsages. Lake City; Melinda and Laurence Picard of the Isle of Palms:,S.C.; Bertie
Refreshments were served on the dining table covered with a lace cloth. Blair, Mildred and Deanece Finley; Iris Lee Jordan and husband of College -
Harrison, son of Charles and Francis McKinney of Starke,receivedthe Miss Clark received many useful gifts and enjoyed visiting with her Park, Ga.; Annie Pearl NesSmith of Chiefland; and Mattel NesSmith,
Outstanding Chorus Member Award at the annual Chorus Banquet and relatives, also I a sister-in-law of Hampton.Hampion .
Awards Night on Tuesday, May 30 at the BHS cafeteria. Bridal Shower...
Over 80 students and their parents and friends attended the event at
which Don Hardy, BHS chorus.director, recognized the achievements for A bridal shower was given in honor of Tracie on Thursday, May 11 at the
this year's chorus students. home of Mr. &: Mrs. Irving Clark. The shower was hosted by Miss Pam Hilites.
The Outstanding Chorus Member is selected by the chorus members Clark, Miss Nancy Grider, Miss Tammy Dempsey, and Miss Melanie : By Dolores Meng! ,.68-1915

themselves, according to whom they believe best exemplifies what chorus Wood.
represents. Billy Harrison, who has been in chorus all four of his high Tracie, her mother, and her fiance's mother were presented with corsages Adrienne Coleman In Recital...
school years, was a member of Opus '88 and is a soloist. He received a Guests enjoyed bridal shower games that provided much entertain- On Sunday May 28, Mrs. Nell Mann presented her students in a piano
the be ment. Refreshments were served on the dining table,which was garnishedwith recital at the Dedan Baptist Church in Brooker.
superior rating, highest that can given, at both District and State The name of Adrienne Col-
Chorus Festivals in May. beautiful bridal decorations. Miss Clark received a gift of her chosen eman was inadvertently omitted from the list of performers in last week's
crystal pattern from the hostesses, and she received many nice gifts from
Telegraph.
Harrison of Florida
was one of 100 high school students from the state
who in the All-State Chorus in 1989. "The the ttuests.
won spots Reading January, Saturday Jamboree...
Reading Chorus is elite declared To be member Church Bridal Shower...
a very group, Hardy. a The Souls
Outreach Mission will a Music Jamboree at the
students had to sight-read 36 out of 48 measures of music correctly. Har- A bridal shower was given in honor of Miss Clark on Monday, May 15 at Park sponsor Gospel
Hampton City next Saturday, June 10. Everyone is invited to attend
rison sang 40 measures correctly a feat the chorus directors marveled at. Northside Baptist Church. The shower was hosted by Mrs. Vorease Jones, when music will begin at 630.: Refreshments will be available the
Nine students were presented i lyre pins for singing solos at the District Mrs. Valaria Shuford, Mrs. Gayle Nicula, Mrs. Kay Chitty, and Mrs. program. during
Chorus Festival. Seven of these students received I superior ratings i and Gloria Revels.
went on to the State Festival, where four of them again received superior Corsages were presented to Miss Clark, her mother, and her finance's
ratings. mother as they entered.
Receiving superior ratings at both festivals were Brian Cano a Tyler After Miss Clark opened her gifts,they were all displayed on a decorated Happy Birthday Iam esV
Elder, Billy Harrison and Jeff Moody. Receiving superior at district and viewing table. Refreshments were served on a similarly decorated table.
excellent at state were Missy Bosier, Holly Shields, and Denise Waddell. Both tables were covered in white tablecloths and garnished with royal
Dyana Crawford and Mike Ripplinger received an excellent rating at blue ribbons on each corner.These colors complimented the bride's chosen \ Sweetheart!
district. Director Hardy attributed the success of his soloists in part to the wedding colors. Miss Clark was presented with a food processor and Happy Birthday,
computer equipment which the chorus department now,has. blender combination appliance by the hostesses, and she received many ? I Just want to tell you
"The Judge said she had not heard a barbershop quartet this good in five unique gift from euests.
years," exclaimed Hardy, as he handed out medals to Brian Canova,TylerElder Bridal Shower... I Love You and I'm Glad

Jeff Moody and Mike Ripplinger. Hardy said this is only the second Mrs. Barbara Reddish, Mrs. Pat Blankenship and Miss Stacey Reddish \ I'm with you on this day!
time in his ten-year career at BHS that an ensemble received superior hosted a bridal shower in honor of Miss Tracie Clark at the home of Mr. &
ratings at both District and State Festivals.The Mrs. John A. Reddish on Tuesday, May 16.
ten-member group Opus '88 were recognized as having received a Miss Clark, her mother and her finance's mother were presented with Your Loving Wife,
superior rating at district and an excellent at state. Members of this group corsages as they were seated.Bridal shower games,enjoyed by the guests, Cyndee
include Mindy Rother and the nine soloists previously listed. truly Brought out everyone's individuality. ,
Students completing one year of full participation received certificates. Refreshments were place on the dining table covered with a lace cloth.
Chorus letters are awarded for the second year. Third and fourth, ,year. Miss Clark received a FryDaddy cooker from the hostesses and many
students receive gold bars to attach to their letters.0""" useful gifts from the guests. I I

Others receiving certificates were members the Chamber,: Singers.. 'ft" ",,t3 ui ", .r.: .. : .. ': it
Hat dy'sclath ed'he alnwae'weftt' lhte (shock when this protlp'received a ti '1kOu
superior rating at District Festival, as they had only rehearsed for a few Announcing.
hours after school during the four weeks i1orming. .
Kim Bonier, a BHS senior, was presented a medal for being the Number
One Accompanist. Calling her the "Goddess of music in our county", ...Jessica Arms
choral director Hardy presented Mona Canova with a certificate. The
chorus piano now bears a plaque naming it the "Mona Canova Piano". Kenneth and Jody Arms announcethe
Hardy also presented certificates of appreciation to several adults for birth of a daughter, Jessica
their support of the chorus program: Judy Becker, David Canova, Dee Pauline born May 28 at AiachuaGeneral
Canova David Dodge, Cheryl Douglas, Jim Duncan, Patty Kaye Elder, Hospital. She weighed'S lb., 00a
Charlene Francis, Charles Francis, Bill McRae, Julia Ripplinger, Cindy 13 oz., and was 19 Inches long.
Sexton, Carole Stevenson and Herb Stucky. Maternal grandparents are Mr. ft V
"Be diligent in what you are doing," Hardy told his graduating seniors. Mrs. Gene Rising of Gainesville and
"Always know who you are and love one another. We will miss you all and Mr. & Mrs. Bill Epps.
we wish you the very, very best." Paternal grandparents are Mr. &: a
The seniors in their turn gave Hardy his own "medal"-knight In shin- Mrs. Olen Arms of Spartanburg,
ing armor! They felt he deserved some award for working with them and S.C. .
putting up with them for four :years.
Three seniors expressed their feeling about the chorus program duringthe f
evening. Tina Willingham, who began In chorus with Hardy six years Davis-Davis To Wed
ago In junior high,declared that"chorus brightens my day up". Billy Har- Bonnie Gale Davis and Ronald
rison told how he used to be shy and how chorus has changed him. Jeff Gene Davis request the honor of
Moody explained that although he had been singing all his life,in chorus he your presence at their wedding
learned things about his voice and how to improve. He closed with a state- ceremony to be held Monday June
ment he had seen on a sign which expressed his feelings"Music is heard 12 at 10 a.m.
with the ears, but understood with the heart."


Announcing 1 l I t

First Christian Church of Starke, locatedat

...Shaun Wesley BryanMr. 517 West Call Street; is holding

&: Mrs. Craig Bryan of VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLnext
Keystone Heights announce'\the ,
birth of a son, Shaun Wesley, born week June 1116from 7:009:00p.m. ic I

June Maternal 1 in Gainesville.grandparents are each evening, Sunday throughFriday.The .

Charles & Faye Wilkison of Starke.
Great-grandparents are Geneva
Wilkison of Lawtey and Dorothy Theme for this year is

Harper of Starke. "J "The Trek" from Standard PublishingCo.
Paternal grandparents are RalphP. Joy ,
Bryan and Imogene Locke, both There will be classes for all ages:

of Starke. I II I Nursery through Adult.


...Kristin Marie CrosbyRichard The ,Adult class will feature

and Lisa 'Crosby of the James Dobson series,
Hawthorne announce the birth of a
daughter, Kristin Marie, born May '"Turn Your Heart Toward
28 In Gainesville. She weighed 7 lb.,4 Home" with Dr. and Mrs.
oz. and was 19" long. She joins two-

year-old Maternal brother grandparents, Robert Dean.are Ellis James Dobson. When youget: a telecommunications system'from

Griffis of Starke and Linda Dixon of
Starke. Great-grandparents are Mr. Cent l it's 'tailored to fit.
&: Mrs. Hubert Griffis of Raiford and ,
Mr.&Mrs. Hubert Cooper of Starke.
,_Paternal grandparents are Mr. &: telecomFor 'everything from installation tomunications
shown Looking to try on a new "
: The series will be ; ,
Mrs; lUchartf L.; Crosby of Brooker. maintenance talk to Centel about a customized -
Great-grandparents are Mrs. Herzel system? Why not outfit your ,
"big" screen
on a Well
Carlton of Brooker and Mrs. Marie business with a convenient and cost- telecommunications system. ,

Massenberg of Charleston, S.C television,I so ,everyonecan effective Centel key system'or PBX. create one to suit your business perfectly.CEMTEL. .

; see and'hear. ICfetnYot, ;'
brand
uptodatesystem
Vtb'll.tailor a new I
; ii/? heart A flex'
needs
l MowarcL to meet your exactly.
..:Shelby Nicole Camp, I: ible system so you can make alterations '

Brian and Tracy Camp ,of' 4' ffiomeThe need them. '
,as you "
Theressa announce the birth of a '}{
daughter Shelby Nicole, born June 3, Most Centel systems are available for ;
'
in Alachua General Hospital. are "community is cordially purchase' But you'can also rent, so you .:... .
Maternal grandparents '
Harold &: Sandra Davis of Starke. 1, '-I 'invited to attend. don't need a large capital investment'Just: ; connect 1,,

Great-grandparents are Mr. &: Mrs. ," an installation charge and a monthly fee. Wher people ': i ,
Moore'and the \ ..
Davis, Mae
Harry Stark' \, I "t\\ ',
Aubrey Moore, all of call 964-6100
late information I
For :more, ,' ', < ;
Frank : #If
are ) ,>"'. :
Paternal grandparents : H. 'r" ,
I '
A Sonja Camp of Lawtey. ''Grtatgrandparents ".'or 964-4228, Thomas Crafton is thepreacher. ; 'J, \ ,. ..'. :.,.. '' 'of ,,' ;''*,*?'< ,
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danced
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HamptonHilites. 1st: Kristin Bradley, Amanda 4th: Alex Klrchaine, Jason Mc- 3rd:: Randy Brooks, Robert Awards Program... compantment leIs of beautiful narration Hawaiian of the f

.. Flanagan, Brand! Gatlin, Juston Cullough,Charisse Rivers. 5th: Tori Broome, Amy Crews Alicia On Thursday evening, June 1 music. and Taped culture of Hawaiian i
Hart, Brandt Hawes Amanda Crosley, Hannah Ford, David welcomedstudents history ?
Hersey. 6th: Jennifer Darley. Principal Mary Ann Kyle added to the Interest of the
Heine, Joshua Hodges, Brian Lott, ALL A'S AND B'S: 1st grade: Green, Matthew Mullis, Susan parents and friends who custom
By Doloresleng: Julie McMillan.Joshua Meng Brad Jason Barr, Brandle Cunningham, Parmenter, Danny Wiggins.4th had gathered at the front of the program. background scenery of
Phone 46H-I9I3 Muse, Matilda Rhoden. Dusty : Hope Archey, Alicia Baker, school for Hawaiian
Chris Darga,Jeremy Gates,Jenette the annual awards pro- colorful flowers and
Rivers, Paul Turner Gatlin, Johnny Hodges, Joshua Jaclyn Crews,Chris Gibbs,Lisa Me- gram. palm trees beach at-
Hampton Klein.: 2nd: Deena Crawford, Detria Starling. Clellan, Shaun Muse, Randee Var- Mrs. Kyle presented the sixth beaches presented Performers a entertainedwZtanle.
Honor Roll... Ford,Jason Lovell,Jessie Marshall, 2nd: Christina Crawford, Sherry num. grade class who entertained with a balls feather
Students receiving all A's for the Crystal Murphy, Erik Scoggins, DeSue, Jessica Lester, Roger 5th: Gretchen Harris, Jenny fascinating Hawaiian program castanets using poy and drums,
final six weeks grading period, were: Jassy Starling. 2-3: Nikki Baker Mitzel, Ester Smith. 2-3: Melody Johnson, Melissa Kyle, Angela under the direction of their teacher pompoms, with a pole
Char-lone Clifton 3rd: Clay Archey, Vicki Hutto, Barr, Jimmy Coleman, Nena Con Meng, Carrie Meng, Becky Runyon, Millie Kramig. She lived in Hawaii concluded the program
Renee Ford, Emily Gonest, Brian Peter Knipp,John McMillan,Amanda tois, Daniel Davis, Alisha Hayes, April Scoggins, Charlotte Smith. several years ago. dance. relaxed on the
MiClellan Samara Prevatt, Men, Paul Phillips, Amanda Tonya Newman, Melody 6th: Christina Broome, Missy Performers dressed In colorful The audience the
Brown, school lawn during program.
McCullough.
Rowland. Tracey
Ka gel SmIth Youneblood muumuus aloha shirts, grass skirts Next week's Telegraph will list the

I awards presented that evening.
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USDA choice i Juttrito Sfee McKinneys Silver AnniversaryMr. Celebrate

.&Mrs.Dewey McKinney were
/ hIR honored on their silver anniversary
TOp May 14 with a reception hosted by
their parents Mr. & Mrs. Buford

( / CANTALOUPES A A McKinney.The table was covered with a
( white lace tablecloth which held a
,
three-tier wedding cake. A bouquetof
spring flowers was the center--
piece.Miss April McKinney,niece of
the couple, served punch. Guests In-
111 cluded the couple's family and a few
Sweet Juicy friends.


p South CarolinaTHI6HSIWIH6S 60th AnniversaryTo

0 Honor the Parkers

PEACHES Rev.and Mrs.Lonnie L.Parker of
Lb. Brooker will celebrate their 60th
wedding anniversary with a recep-
tion given by their daughters, Mrs.
w Pepsi, Diet CaliforniaPepsi Shirley Moxley and Mrs.Glenda An-
drews.
Caffeine PLUMS The reception will be held Sunday
Free Pepsi June 11 from 2-5 p.m. at their new
home next to Mr.&Mrs. Wilbur An-
2LTR990 NECTARINESI drews of New River.
The Parkers were married June 8, :
Mountain Dew, 1929 In Starke. :
Diet Mtn. APRICOTS Lb. All friends and relatives are In-
vited to attend. Please-gifts. .
Chicken 1.09 2LTR Dew
Pack
Jumbo

DRUMSTICKS! V .. D.' &*'&Pepsi .. 99 : ). .. .. .. **Abraha m Starling ,y dReunion j

2.)9P are Products CLb' ....... Planned !
OOL.NR ,l I' On June 11, 1989 the Abraham t
i Starling reunion will be held at the .
r Correctional Pistol Range, .:
locate at Lawtey Correctional In-
it oM iwau/ge "Crisp California stitute. ;
Coors Beer All friends and descendants of .
Abraham Starling and his wife :
Beer ICEBERG Frances Griffis Starling,are invited
to attend.
) Eating utensils and Ice will be fur-
7 8 ) LETTUCE nished. Each family is asked to br-
ing a covered dish. Lunch will be
served at 1 p.m. For more Information -
call Ira Starling, (904) 259-3377.


Lb 59c Installation Service

Planned for New _

24 Pk. 12 Pk. Pastor June 11 :

/ 12 Oz.Cans. 7.59 12 Oz. 5.49 First Assembly of God of Starke
Cans \ invites you to an installation servicefor
their new pastor, Brother Ed
\ Head Day and his family beginning at 11 ;
p ti B 1 n a.m. Sunday, June 11.
Bro. Ed and his wife,Sister Cyndi
and son, Zachary, join us from
Tltusville, Fl., where he was the
Associate and Youth Pastor of the
Assembly of God there. They were
16 Oz. Phillip's 9 Pack Assorted Flavors 1 Lb. Quarters Red Ripe Tomatoes/Fresh also involved in leading worship,
SHEDD'S MARGARINE Green Beans/Tender Yellow various teaching and ministeringwith
.
HI-C DRINK j adults,
PORK & BEANS youth and children.
Or Zucchini Squash Brother Ed is presently Secretary of

[ $209u.r / 0i Sister the guitar District,Day writes sing Youth music together.We Dept.and. ,he plays and ;


.3/99c/ : : ,3199 59 Lb. Wayne faithfulness will Hancock also during be of recognizing Ell1svUle the past for Bro.four his

; months. Without him and the Lord

,,_._..1.-._ ,I Shepherd.Come we would. have been without a

join us for the Word,music,
15.5 Oz. fellowship and food.There will be
Plain/Meat/Mushroom a
1 Lb.
Bag
I 8 Oz. Hostess 10 Oz. .- Dulany Frozen fellowship dinner immediately
Homestyle Spaghetti Sauce COMET RICE following the 11 a.m. service. First
RAGU WHIP TOPPING BROCCOLI SPEARS Assembly of God is located at the
corner of SR 18 and Weldon St. in

7 iT !: J Starke.


A4Fr 990 arini __ 2/99c/ 59c Thank You!ITo


the many friends and relatives/
who gave their' time, talents/ and efforts
to assure the luccttt of our
daughter' wedding we sincerely/
I''I"l' thank you.
Large Roll Flowers/Assorted 36 Oz. We art especially grateful to the
Decorator Paper 25 Lb. Purina members of Bradford Baptist
TREND DETERGENT Church for the food preparation
'
SCOT TOWELS DOG CHOW and ttrving. All gift\ well wishes,
ya ,and love are gratefully appreciated.
Caor.. .Y Larry Pat Whittemore

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The Heroines of Jericho are
oo0 celebrating their nnlvcrwy.onSunday

III' June 11 at S p.m.at New
Bethel Bantht Church
Kev.Jajte Davis will be"the
speaker, Come
one. come aU
f.r II- and
. help us make this a great
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June I,198. TELEGRAPH Page 7A
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I Legal Notic.s-l; The scope of the protect and required BUDGET WORKSHOP "II -- --.
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services are as fallows: MEETING PUBLIC NOTICETO tioned meeting, all Interested parties
1. Provide general land survey to The Bradford County Board of REVIEW THE PROPOSED may appear to be heard with respect to
locate and mark property boundaries Commissioners will hold a County County BRADFORD COUNTY the proposed Bradford County Subdivision I
and corner at the Agricultural SUBDIVISION Regulation
NOTICE Farm. Budget REGULATIONSBY I
OF Workshop Thursday June
on
INTENTION 8.
Descriptions and other A of the Bradford '
proposed
TO REGISTER NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO pertinent Infer- 1989 at 7:30 In the Bradford THE BRADFORD COUNTY PLANNING copy
p.m. County
FICTITIOUS REGISTER motion Is available from the directors Courthouse Commissioners' Room AND ZONING BOARD BRADFORD County Subdivision Regulations I. I
129.
Pursuant to Section NAME FICTITIOUS NAME office of Bradford-Union Vo-Tech at 609 All department heads and elected officials COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY available for public Inspection at the I
Srotut.., nolle. I. 865.09. Florida Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida North Orange Street Stark., Florida are asked to attend this GIVEN that pursuant to Chapter 163, Planning and Zoning Off ke, City Hall. I
undersigned. MICHAEL hereby given| that 'h. Statues, notice Is hereby given that th.undersigned. 32091 Telephone ((904)) 9646150.! The Bradford County Board of meeting.County Florida Statutes, that comments regarding Any person deciding to appeal a decision .
N.
BENEDEITo Firms or Individuals the Bradford mod at the above referenced
proposed Subdivision
619 C. W. HEAVNER JR. Interested In County
EvxrgrMn pro- Commissioners
St.. Invite citizens
Stork of
Fla. 32091: viding this service any Regulations, will be heard meeting need to record the -
and STANLEY Rout 5. Box 7800 (Morgan Road). should submit the Bradford County to attend this by may proceedings
IOEWENKAMP. TilOO meeting.If
STorke, Fl. 32091 and SHANE following: the Bradford County Planning and Zoning and that for such purpose he
Wyman ?W.*.. Son Francisco| Collf. A. Notice there are any questions regarding Board the local need to that verbatim
JOHNSON Route 5. Box 7800 (Morgan of Interest to provide the this serving as Planning may ensure a
under the joint firm owner, doing builnass Road), Starke. Fla. 32091 joint owners, '.Nlc... 250.! meeting pleas call 964-6280, ext. Agency, on June 27, 1989 at 7:00 P.M., record of the proceedings I. mod.
name of
COMPUTER ADVANCED doing business under the firm name of B. Verification of current registrationsas In the Starke City Hall CommissionRoom Control 01021tchg608
WILBUR
Ev.rgraan St., TECHNOLOGY Stark, Fla.. 615 POOL DOCTOR(a pool service). Route S, a land surveyor In the State of Chairman of WATERS Board Stark. Florida At the aforemen
3309) In. Florida.C. .
.nd. to register said Box 7800 Morgan Road Starke, Florida RAY NORMAN
fictitious
nom. 32091 Intends to said fictitious Verification of successful
under the afar..ald Ita'u,.. register performance Clerk to Board
Doted this 18'h day of nome under the aforesaid statute. as a land surveyor on a Florida ESTHER B. ELLERSON II' ---- ------- -..
Bradford County May, 1989. In Doted this 25th day of May 1989 In project. County Finance Director I
4tpd 5/18.6/8 Bradford County. D. Other Information about the firmsor 2'ehg6/1.B
i Con'rol083 4'chg5/25.6/17 Individual's ability to perform the ser Control 099 USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set

I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO vice.All Information should be sent to Mr. Suwannee River Economic Council Inc., announces the following dates
REGISTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Jim Duncan Superintendent of Schools, for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and In-
FICTITIOUS NAME COUNTY FLORIDA District School Board of Bradford County come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida PROBATE DIVISIONFile 582 North Temple Ave., Stark, Florida St. Edwards. River Economic Council Inc.
Statutes, notice li hereby given that the No.89.69-CP 32091. Commodities must be picked up only at the site designated on the card.
undersigned' HELEN SMITH Route 4,Box IN RE ESTATE 1.4062 All Interested firms or Individualsmust Altar Society Installation... You must present your current card to receive commodities.You or eitherof
1563. Stark, Florida : OF reply In writing no later than two designated alternates
32091 ole owner 4:00 On June 4 may pick up the commodities.
LINDSEY Sunday banquet
doing business under the firm name of A. WANTON P.M. on the 26th day of Jun.. 1989. held in St. Edward's a Parish Hall was Distribution site and dates are as follows:

HELEN'S BARGAIN. CENTER Route 4, Box Deceased.NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO 3tchg 6/1-15 when officers for the 1989-90 term JUNE 12-23: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center, 134 E. South Street, 9:00
1563 Starke, Florida 32091 Intends toregister Control 095 a.m.-4 p.m.Please .
said fictitious ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR were installed by the Pastor, Father
name under the bring a box or bag to put your commodities in.
DEMANDS
aforesaid AGAINST THE ABOVE Philip Gagan. Taking office are:
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statute.Dated Butter, flour egg mix, and peanut butter will be distributed month.
ESTATE this
this I5lh day of May 1989 In : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH President Antoinette Coss Vice-
Bradford County. You are hereby notified that an Orderof JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD President Mary Gissy, Secretary
4tpd 5/18.6/8 Family Administration has been COUNTY FLORIDA Gerri Rodrigue and Treasurer
entered In the estate of LINDSEY A. CASE NO. 89221CAIN Sophie Kimutis.
Control 085
WANTON Deceased FII. Number RE: The Marriage of Lighted blue candles were
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 89-69-CP by the Circuit Court for Brad KENNETH MICHAEL HESKETT, presented to each officer by Father [u SED OFFICE ]
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD. ford County. Florida Probate Division Hu.bond.and Gagan. He thanked the Altar Society
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. the address of which Is P.O. Drawer B, for their help in the parish. FURNITURE
CASE NO: 88-476-CA Starke, Fl. 32091 that the total cash BETTY SUE HESKETT Dining tables were covered with
IN RE: The Matter of value of the estate Is 1926.00 and that Wife.
Th. Adoption Of: the names and addresses of those to NOTICE OF ACTIONTO lace inlay white cloths. Floral arrangements 3Ox6O
ROBERT ALLEN JOHNS whom It has been assigned by such : Betty Sue Heskett of roses and other fresh 12 In Stock CI AIRSDESKS
a minor. order are: 4986 Heskett Lane flowers and greenery were at the
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Annlebelle Wanton Keystone Hts., Florida center and both ends of the tables. AIL TYPES 500
: ROBERT CLIFTON BURKE Rout. 2. Box 2590 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action The banquet was prepared and $ Or. SIZES
Address Unknown. Melrose, Fl. 32666 for dissolution of marriage and served by Zita Shuford with help FROM 5O Over 30 In Stock
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a All persons are required to file with other relief has been filed against you In from her daughter. Amber. Flowers
Petition for Adoption of the minor child the clerk of said court WITHIN 3 CALENDAR the above-styled court and you are required were grown and arranged by Sophie 5MAKE
ROBERT ALLEN BURKE has b..n filed In MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST to serve a copy of your written Klmutis. Used Store Shelves-' :
the obov.-syl.d Court. You are further PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claims defenses, If any to It on TERENCE M.
notified that the Court waive consent against the estate In the form and manner BROWN ESQUIRE Terence M. Brown Graduates Honored... Used Copy Machines 699
due to abandonment of the minor child prescribed by Section 733.703 of the P.A. Post Office Drawer 40 Starke, During the Sunday Mass on June
and grant an adoption of the minor Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the Florida 32091 on or before the 13th day 4, Patricia Parado and Mindy
child. Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship of July 1989 and file the original with Rother OFFICE t.
You are required to serve a copy of Procedure.ALL the Clerk of this Court either before service were congratulated on their SHOP 964-5764
graduation from BHS.
your written defenses. If any, to the action CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO on the above-named attorney or Immediately -
on the Plaintiff's attorney whose FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. thereafter otherwise a The Pastor Father Philip Gagan,
name and address Is DARLA JEAN Publication of this notice has begun on default will be entered against you for presented them with a silver --.
CHRISTOPHER Post Office Drawer 40, June 1. 1989. the relief demanded In the Petition. crucifix as a momento of the occa
Starke, Florida :32091 on or before Jun. Myron C. Prevail, Jr.Attorney. WITNESS MY HAND and official seal of sion. LAMP OF JESUS CRAFT SHOP presents I;
26, 1989 and file the original with the this Court on this 1st dar of June 1989. I
Clerk. of this ,k of the Court
Court either before serviceon P.O. Drawer 790
the Petitioners attorney or Im- Keystone Hts., Fl.32656 By Carol Williams Clerk Local Ladies "Odds 'N Ends Sale"June
ihodlately thereaf'erotherwise the Deputy
Telephone((904))473.4993
relief requested In.the. Petition will be Control 094 TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. Attend WorkshopThe
granted. 2tchg 6/1-B TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. 10, 9-.30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
WITNESS MY HAND and official seat of Attorney for HusbandP. FFWC District IV Spring
this Court on this 23rd day of May 1989. O. Drawer 40 Workshop held in Orange Park on Good Junk Craft Demo.- FREE Coke. A Blueberry Plant-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBy PUBLIC NOTICE Starke. Florida 32091 Friday.. May 26 at the Woman's Club Door Prizes Donated by Western Steer Little C_....., Florida
The School Board of Bradford County
Carol WilliamsDeputy ((904)) 964-8272 was attended by Mrs.Jerome Johns,
Clerk Florida will require the professional Fla. Bar No. 0289612 Mrs. Marjorie Thomson and Mrs. Theatre, Badcock', Clark's Hallmark Store,Powell's Dairy
Control 091 services of a registered land surveyor to Con',01101 Herbert Thomas representing the Freeze, Family Hair Design Lamp of Jesus and Starke Lanes
4tchg 5/25-6/15 locate the corners and boundaries of 4tchg 6/8-29: Woman's Club of Starke.

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Part of the kindergarten class at Starke ElementarySchool Matthew Hull Charles Johnson Mark Padgett,Stracy Part of the Kindergarten Class at Starke Elementary Miller, Amanda Tyler, Dane Stephens, Dustin
making straight E's lor the fourth six weeks paterson, Amanda Seyfang and D.J. Wilkerson. School making straingt E's for the fourth six weeks Hamilton, Anthony Holmes and Ronald Whitehead.
grading period are (II I Ito rs Back row, Ms. Stephens class: Adam Wainwright, grading period are (I Ito r): Back row, Ms. Greene class: Amanda Houston,
Front row, Ms. Hull class: Dawnita Herndon Rob Annie Stafford, Frankie Converse, Georgia Reddish, Front row Ms. Scott class: Abbie Kelly, Kelly Michelle Stewart Stacy' Young Latoya Chandler,
Kroll, Daniel Mattox Jennifer Watson Rebecca Nor- Jarrett Dukes, Michael O'Steen, Lindsey Joyner, McBride Christina Walker Dana Ross, Elizabeth Bryan Rosier, Brandon Mlze. Jesse Fowler and
man and Cassie Jackson. Alisha Patel John Myers and Brian Brown. Natalie Hasten and Michael Johns. Lawrence Budget. Mark Reddish and Robert Rhodes
Middle row, Ms. Register class: Whitney Alvarez llolton and Jenny Morgan were absent for the picture. Middle row, Ms. DeSue class: Bianca Long, Cheryl were absent.
Joseph Andrews Jessica Carter, Justin DeValerlo,



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by Joe GillY three lots fronting on an existing an existing street, that intersectionmay residential developments, is feet pavement base (e.g. limerock) lot," he asked. "What harm has a
BCT Staff Writer street not requiring extension of have to be upgraded or improved a 24 feet surface. Other residential is required.The long narrow lot done to the
Further discussion of a proposed local governmental facilities (wateror to meet these requirements.An developments require local street definition of which streets are countyto anybody?"
ordinance to govern establishmentof sewer), and not adversely affec- arterial street(at present,U.S. improvements consisting of a 20 feet to be designated marginal, local or One lot sold is 155 feet wide and a
new subdivisions in Bradford ting adjacent property.A 301 and SRs 16 and 100 are surfaced roadway,except low densi- collector, is not contained in the or- quarter mile deep (1,320 feet). "It
County was held before the county major subdivision is four or more designated arterial) would have to ty subdivisions (all lots are greater dinance, pointed out chairman hasn't created any problems for
zoning board Monday, May IS, at a lots under 10 acres, or any size lots be improved to two 24 feet surfaced than 10 acres),where only a 20 feet Replogle. If the categories are not anybody that I can see,"Bryan said.It .
workshop session called for that pur- requiring additional streets or lanes with a 20 feet median, if a pavement base (e.g. limerock) will defined, or if responsibility or has to do with the access to the
pose."We're. facilities. large subdivision were established be required. All require a 60 feet authority is not specified, it may local street, and density, said Gar-
not going to make any where traffic by the subdivision minimum right-of-way. lead to future controversy, he says. rett, but the Issue was not resolved.
exceed
decisions here tonight," said Board Street Improvements.., 7,000 vehiclesper Marginal access streets in com Traditionally lake lots are long
Chairman Rick Replogle, "we are The developer of a subdivision day. mercial districts require a 24 feet Lot Dimensions... and narrow, usually 100 feet wide
just listening to the views being ex- would be required to build streets to t i Collector streets would require a surface,residential districts require A provision that a lot length shall and several hundred feet deep.A 3-1
pressed here" for possible modifica- conform to the new ordinance. He- 38 feet surface with a minimum only 20 feet of surfaced marginal ac- not exceed two times the lot width ratio of length to width, with a
tion of, or incorporation into, the would also have to improve existing right-of-way of 80 feet. cess street. For low and moderate was questioned by realtor Ralph possibility for a variance for lake
draft ordinance which will be streets that are within his subdivi- The local street requirement, for density subdivisions (where all lots Bryan. lots, was proposed as a possible
presented to the board again at a sion, and, if a new street intersects commercial and industrial,and high are greater than 2V4 acres),only a 20 "What is wrong with a 'skinny' alternative.

public hearing being scheduled for ._ ._ _
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June'noLowell SALE :; ,SACE SALE
Garrett, senior planner for
the North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, assisted in draf-
ting the ordinance and was on handto
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explain its provisions, along with
Darrell O'Neal, Bradford Zoning

Director.interested Several citizens local were realtors on hand and and

entered Street the improvement discussions. schedules, I : I N \.1.

defining a subdivision and minimumlot J
dimensions all met with some Bradford Financing
criticism from those present.A .

Subdivision... Square Available
As presently defined, a subdivi- Shopping I Ii"f'S M/C VisaAccepted
sion is the division of any parcel of
land into three or more lots or Center
parcels,under 10 acres, for the pur-
pose of transfer of ownership.If .
the parcels are over 10 acres,
any change in street lines, or addition ... ,. r --
of a road or street, will classifythe '-
division as a subdivision.A .
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I :- :.. I 17 Students Honored at Golden B CeremonySeventeen

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_! slra.r lrrtt/ a ai..w +..orarC students were honored Tuesday, morning May 16, In the BHS Ray Durban of Lawtey. Durban was Angel Ramsey of
May; 16, as recipients of the Golden auditorium packed by most of the awarded for leadership and superior and Edward Christmas of Starke.
*4t esra "B' award, the highest award given school's 1,030 students. The BHS athletic ability. Ramsey received her award for
+i ., siu to BHS seniors said Guidance band and the Barber Shop Quartet Julie Ferguson, daughter of Mr. scholarship and responsibility.Viva .
.an/{ ,,,.>, xr, was Counselor Theresa Holiday.The performed. Supt. Jim Duncan spoke and Mrs. Bob Ferguson of Starke. Riley,daughter of Rufus and
g yes ec ae Golden B Awards are awarded to the students urging them to work Ferguson was awarded for leader Lillie Mae Riley. Riley received her
to those students who best ex- to achieve academic and well as ship and responsibility. award for participation in school
emplify scholarship, leadership, accomplishment athletic excellence. The award Alisha Gruen daughter of Dr.and sponsored activities and for being a
alaYfiae rra.w responsibility winners were: Mrs. Harry Gruen. Gruen was roll/behavior model.
roll/behavior model, attendance Shawna Blom daughter of Police awarded for participation in school Holly Shields)daughter of Mr. and
superior athletic accomplishment, Chief and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of sponsored events and roll/behavior Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Crosby
or participation in school sponsored Starke. Blom was awarded for model. Lake and Bill Shields of Shawnee,
activities. scholarship and participation in Bill Hamilton son of Mr.and Mrs. OK. Shields received her award for
The Golden "B" award was school sponsored events. Jim Womack of Hampton Lake. scholarship and leadership.
reinstated in 1987 at the suggestionof Yvonne Bobo daughter of Mrs. Hamilton was awarded for superior Sarah Smith, daughter of Mr. and
:tf.: Chester Moody, a member of the Elizabeth Bobo of Starke. Bobo was athletic ability and responsibility.Kirby Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Smith
.' ,L Class of 1937. Recipients of the awarded for scholarship and leader- Joe Hildebran, son of Mr. received her award for scholarshipand
.. \ award are chosen by faculty com ship.Lilly. and Mrs. Gary Hildebran of Starke. leadership.
jlj! mittee, which said Master of Burgess,daughter of Mr.and Hildebran was awarded for responsibility Benny Tyson, sen of Benny and
_ Ceremonies Chris Durban,made the Mrs. John Burgess of Crystal Lake. and roll/behavior model. Delores Tyson. Tyson received his
award seem more important. It Burgess was awarded for responsibility Unissa King, daughter of Hazel award for leadership and participation. -
means more when other have and roll/behavior model. King of Starke. King received her .
observed traits deserving of the Kevin Crawford, son of Mr.. and award for responsibility and for being Cam Ward son of Mr. and Mrs.
award,as opposed to a group of your Mrs. Neil Crawford of Starke. a roll/behavior model. Robert Ward of Starke.Ward received
1'j student friends voting for you, Dur- Crawford was awarded for superior Tonya Klein daughter of Mr. and his award for leadership and participation -
ban said. BHS colors used to be purple athletic ability and roll/behavior Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. Klein in school sponsored ac
and gold.Pressure. model. received her award for scholarshipfor tivities.


Pressure on for Traffic Signal- at Wal-Mart Centersignal.


the for signals to stop trafficat maximum speed. The traffic at- the motorists to move safely," ."
entrance to Deerfoot
Villagethe to exit: the Shopping Center
tempting
( Ms. Rink wrote. Miller further stated, "We will
Wal-Mart Shopping Center) is tends to be held up for long periodsof
coming from the City of Starke and Replying for Secretary Henderson continue to monitor this situation
time. The race to go as soon as
the Starke/Bradford Chamber DOT District Secretary W.W. and will move forward in assuring
of
Commerce. there seems to be the slightest breakin Miller, Jr. wrote May 22 to Ms. that the developer will adhere to the
the traffic flow creates an extremely Kink: conditions of his
However, the developer, Herman hazardous permit and that the
situation. Those
Maisel & Company Inc., of Mobile "Please be advised that as a con- signal will be installed as war
,
attempting to turn left who have dition of the driveway permit issuedto ranted."
Ala., has already agreed in its
bunched up in the median lane and
Herman Maisel &
Company Ms. Rink visited the commission
operating permit and shopping those still trying to exit the center all city
developers of the center the
center plans to for the ; Depart- meeting Tuesday night to make
signalization. -
pay attempt to move very rapidly.Thereis ment has required that they shall be certain the Chamber and city have
too large an area on which to focus responsible for the installa-
design, the same end in mind.
Golden 'B' Award The Department of Transportation their attention make
Recipients... in to it possible tion and all related costs of the
a May 22 letter written by
These BUS seniors of the Class off ION!)are recipients or the Golden 'B' James M. Killian DOT district per-
Awards, which Guidance Counselor Theresa Holiday says Is the highest mitting coordinator notified the
award one can receixe at Bradford High.At Herman Maisel & Co. of its obliga
tion. Maisel & Co. was requested to Friends of Library
front center is Chl'stl'rIoody: a member of the BUS Class of II.I7.! : initiate a signal warrant analysisand
who was behind the reinstitution of the Golden B awards during the submit it to DOT Maintenance Purchase New BooksThe MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
school's centennial celebration two years ago. Engineer John Collins.In Friends of the Bradford Coun-
a May 9 letter Ms. Anita Rink,
Public have purchased
ty Library
I The Class of IK!) students are (I-r): executive director of the fifty-five bestselling books for on Hwy 100 Next to Pinehurst Variety
At bottom: I'nissa King, Alisha Gruen, ('hl'sh'rloOlly: of the Class of Starke/Bradford Chamber of Com- children and adults.
1937.: Viva Riley, .\uJtI'IHamoey, and Lilly Burgessl.' merce, wrote to DOT Secretary Library Director Sue Crum Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendoand
Second row: Julie Ferguson Yvonne Hobo, and Sarah Smith. Kaye N. Henderson: reports, The books were bought VCR Rentals Available
Third row: Kevin Crawford, Shawna Blom. and Sarah Smith. 'The Chamber has become increasingly with funds from the 1988-89 membership
Fourth row: Chris I Durban, Bill Hamilton Cam Ward, and Benny aware of the traffic pro- drive, as well as individual con
Tyson. blems on Highway 301 in the area of tributions." Monday -'Wednesday; 2 Movies for $3.00
Not:; shown: Kirby Joe Ilildehran. the new Deerfoot Shopping Center. Popular fiction includes The Joy Thursday -All Movies are $1.00 Each

"Because there is not as traffic Luck Club,The Long Dark Tea-Time Fri., Sat. & Sun. $2.50 Ea.ch
light at any point near the
Shopping of the Soul and A Woman Named
Center from either direction nor on Jackie. Rent 3, Get 2 FREE
the Shopping Center itself the Stop by the library at 105 East
through traffic is proceeding at Jackson St. and browse through the
SATURDAY RENTALS- KEEP FOR 2 DAYS
BC new non-fiction shelf. Selections
Budget... range from The Bride's Book of Etiquette
to Country Living's Country Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
I from Ne U Budget Workshops... will be out of town until the weekend. Decorating. Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea. DayIt's
of policy for the Sheriff's Depart- A first budget workshop is now Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge is
I ment. Former Sheriff Dolph Redscheduled for Monday, June 12, at scheduled to appear before the
7:30: p.m. board at 7:30,and Solid Waste Direc-
dish did not'; want his deputies workOriginally scheduled for today tor Darrell O'Neal at about 8:45.:
Florida ing traffic but left that to the (Thursday June 8) the workshop Other department heads will be Summertime and the Savings Are
Highway Patrol change was necessary because Com- scheduled for future workshops. I

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.best Senior ail-round Karen band Hodges was named which rated s
Spirit of Bradford member of the Festival this year. I
Marching also
Concert Band which and section leaders of signed a
earned a band drum to fellow band
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superior rating
at State
Festival
the second time in 43 for line in two out of three who under-
The 1978 )years Kevin of Sunday, and
band was first to be Boone son .
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superior at State. Lea Boone of Crystal also told the
Most !Improved band member is named member.outstanding Carter, who does au-
Boone
Billy Starling, who Bandmaster plays In the band, pulls ,
marching,
Buddy Bail said he thought would Bandmaster concert Ball said on band trips Senior Class Band Members. ---
not amount to a hill of beans .,
Starling entered the program In when section be was noted by a and paid Carter his Each senior class band member received a
ninth grade. But the the best he had plaque. The senior personal Melinda Powell. Sheila Tew. Karen I
band members Hodges. Mickl
Monday night, are (l-r): Karen
22, Starling was Mr. Band'by May Bula Josh of Bula Starke son was of Mr. pointed out for Black, Renee. llewett Kim Lee. Kristen Pfennlger, Becker, Billy Starling Paul Coleman Kern Fillvaw
Bandmaster
Ball. were Louise t TxetrJunior ;:-
The honors came at the annual a ding freshman band Denise Wishart, M' .
percussionist was
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Bradford Fairgrounds newly state. He also Canova Sonny _'r'
remodeled
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students are (l-r): John Loper, Ron Clark Jennifer Dodge. Sharri Ross.
Wishart. Stephen Thornton Beth McKinnev. Scott

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Each sophomore band member received a pin of the
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Front row: Lorrl Starling, DedI'Cox, Danielle Smith Boone Bath Kevin Check Our ADSo
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Starke Elementary School for the fourth six weeks Williams. Michelle Osleen and Emily Hartley. Straight A students In Grade 3, Starke Elementary Mahoney, Brlanne Gill. Crystal Melvin and Tiffany
grading period are (II I Ito r): Back row Lakeisha Austin Kenneth Wainwright, School, for the fourth six weeks are II I Ito r): Hatliff.
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II Starke Stars Finish 10th in TournamentThe


Starke Stars were 1-2 and ment. Heavner and Tim Lewis, .667 at 4.6, Randall Polk,3-6,and Billy Sanford, PROFESSIONAL VIDEO
finished in a tie for 10th place among The Little Rebels of Tifton, Ga.,. Kirby Joe Hildebran, .600 at 6-10 1-2, a .500 pace.
10 teams in the annual Sunbelt beat the Stars 18-6. Randall Polk
Classic ASA Slow Pitch Invitational 2-for-2 and Kirby Joe Ilildebran RECORDING OF 1989 BHS

played May 26-27 in Moultrie, Ga. 2-for-3Ied 11-for-21. the Stars who hits .524,or \. Catfish Licensed Wholesaler GRADUATION COMMENCEMENT

Upcoming... The Flyers of Sylvester GA beat y- I Sell Fingerlings
This Friday, June 9, the Stars will the Stars 12-2. KIrby Joe Hildebran ..,);'- AVAILABLE
travel to Tifton Ga.for the 12th an- was 2-for-3 to lead the team which "' 1:;; OPEN FOR FISHING ON J
nual nament.Friendly City l Invitational Tour- went pace.The. 8-for-20 at the plate a .400 -. I SATURDAY ONLY I 282-2001 kt.- GlJAU010(

of 69, .449
"Year-in and year-out it's the Stars were 31 a VISUAL
invitational Junior Olym- average, for the tournament. Jim Chamberlain Rt. I,Box 854B
strongest
pic (youth) tournament in the Leading hitters were James Crews ((904)782-3558 Lawtey Florida 32058 964-6507 F CONCEPTS
and Daryl Gnann, .750 at 3-4; Billy
southeast, Coach Jerry McGriff -. .
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At Moultrie...
The Stars first played Jo Jo's of
Tifton a Friday night winner and
eventual tournament runner-up,and
won 7-6 in eight innings.Leading hit- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
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ters for the Stars were Tim Lewis
2-for-2, Billy Heavner 2-for-3, and
Kirby Joe Hildebran 2-for-4. The
team was 12-for-28, a .429 batting

pace.The Stars lost the next two gamesto
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The Dixie Youth Minor League $1350J $1570J
IBmmml
season ended Friday, May 26 with ER MONTH* ER MONTH* !
the Reds overpowering the Bulldogsand
the Blue Jays winning over the
Hornets at the Edwards Road fields. New
The Reds chalked up an 11-1 1988 Festiva L Plus EscortHatchback

season record, losing only to the se-
cond place Cardinals,who ended the
season with a 9-3 record.
The Blue Jays finished third withan
8-4 record followed by the 5-6 In- '
dians and Phillies who tied for ., / (;fs
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fourth. Sixth place went to the -- : : .. -' ,-..." .
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Brooker with 2-7 record. -
Bulldogs a
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The Hornets were last in the leagueat ....
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Players on the league leading ru
Reds, coached by Mike Hartley and : : ,
assistants Rick Stephens and Chris \
Chandler are: P. Pombier, M.
Hartley,C. Chandler,C. Norman,J. 2-Dn Air 2-Dr., Air Conditioning: ,Transaxle 5-Spccd, Body
Brown, L. Matron!, M. Stephens, S. Conditioning, 4-Speed Side Molding, AM & FM Stereo, Light/Security
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Canaughton, Matt Odom, R. Mc-
clegnahan, A. Chandler and McNel- Transaxle, Bucket Seats, Group, Luxury Wheel Covers Tinted Glass, Rear
iy- o Window Interval Windshield Wipers,
The second place Cardinals, a Clearcoat Paint Power Steering:, Instrumentation Group
Lawtey team losing only two games Net ARer R.b.t.P1u 839.BO.Tu.T.g Bud on M Mo,mt 11.5%APR 'Net Aft J R.t...Ph,.S49.SO.T.*.Taj B.Md on 86 Mo..It 11 SttAFRAir
had a roster including T. Hodges,J.
Crawford, D. Barber, B. Reys, T.
Tyson, C. Brown, B.J. Crawford, C.
Smith, K. Bennett A. Thompson,C.
Wheatley and J. Marrlo. 89 RANGER y
Minor League All Star practice Conditioning
begins Monday, June 12 and the
XLT '
Ov rdrlv* 'Trant
District Tournament will be playedin AM.FM 'St r o With
Starke,starting Monday,June 26.
XLT With Free Air Conditioning
[f {LuggagT;Rack '.''> with Cassette '* StepBumper ;? 'Handlingr Pkg. *"
Stereo
Dixie Youth Major... AM/FM "
jSpee:4''iCont: 0t/Tiji/ Wheef:
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Sp *d Control Tl! Wh l Overdrive Transmission '
Standings in the Dixie Youth Major '
-I league have the Mets and ':* ''Con bi V: '''Captain* (CrMir*, Tachometer Light;'Group Auk, fuel' T"nk'"
Dodgers tied for first place with Chrome Step Bumper 1 il ;S| ii) tSe f; iWheelii
identical won-loss records. Sliding Rear Window
The Bulldogs are third at 4-4 with e
the Astros in last place with no wins ONtY :PER MONTH!
and 9 losses.
Saturday, July 1, Major LeagueAll $885000
Star practice begins, and Satur-

day ment, July will start 15, the in Starke.District Tourna- USED VEHICLE SPECIAL.... -- --- USED VEHICLE SPECIAL....

Dixie Boy's Baseball... 1986 PONTIAC 6000 : 1988 FORD TAURUS

baseball The standings league show in the the Dixie Mavericksin Boy's 4 DRAT, AT.Options 6 lye Include All ., 4 5 0

record.control with a 10-0 won-loss AIR.STEREO AM/FM 5' 9 9 5 _!4-Doorr packaa Special f' Alf Cdnditioningj S falu*} ., wheels power seats,apt ,

The Rangers are second in the '
standings at 73the Dolphins hold USED VEHICLE SPECIAL.... i Akj't_; o ma' tic Jran*m f 's I on USED VEHICLE SPECIAL....
third at 5-7, and the Bulldogs trail -
with a 0-13 season record. '88 GRAN MARQUIS IS iPoWer'' !.'i"p ic) '88 FORD TEMPO GL
Friday June 9, (tomorrow) the
season will end with the Mavericks 1 Owner 1S.OOO Auto Trans., .
meeting the Buylldogs on Edwards Mlles Luxury Cloth Int.,Spt.
Road and The Dolphins will meet the In Int.Showroom. All the Toys .112 8 8 Wheels. .17 I 438 .1

Rqangers at Lawtey.. Both games Novel_ _, _ _ Immaculate! ,
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I By Mark Frlodlln the Santa Fe Community Col- The event was held In the 3'I
, BCT Stall Writer lege Players a visit by"Woodseythe Andrews Center parking lot
, It was a hot but beautiful day In Owl" for the younger set and to the Bradford Telegraph
Starke Saturday as crowds demonstrations by various ser- featured a mixture of
gathered for the city's 3rd An- vice organizations Including ment and useful activities
nual Family Fun Day.A free blood pressure checks In an citizens of all ages.
series of events went off area set up out of the bright sun The Family Fun Days
without a hitch Including a In the SFCC building. SeeP
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COMFORTILT STEERING WHEEL YEV P225/75R15 ALS S/B RAD W/l
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School Dropouts ..
:j Liable Drivers to License Lose 1989 Oldsmobile CalaisAuto "' .4


Teenagers who drop out of high Transmission Air Tilt Wheel Cruise Power
school are subject to having their ,
drivers licenses suspended a bill Door Locks, AM/FM Stereo and More! 9 _
I passed by the House and Senate is
signed into law by Governor Mar-

tinez. $18900 month
Some critics say the bill will resultin
I sending disruptive students back
into the classroom, and wil
place a
66 Mos. at 11.OO !APR $1500 Down Cash or Trade Equity Plus
on
potentially expensive
program SL Coupe
Cutlass Calais
the backs of local school districts. If Tax.Tag&Fees WAC. _
signed into law it will become effec-

tive Under October the 1.law, students would v.; A

have to prove they were attending ,
school when they applied for a
license. If the student dropped out ;
after receiving a license, school
boards would notify state transpor-
tation officials to revoke the license
until the driver reached 18 years of
age. u, W1I;; h

Sponsors of the bill say a hardship
was included to protect
provision
students who leave school because of Jerry Miller Danny Nugent Terry Blakeslee _DeBorah Rothberg Steve Lee
economic hardship. Under the plan
they could go into alternative educa- '86 F-150SWB4X4 87 Honda )
87 Olds Ciera Jpl
tion programs, vocational Job programs -
I or obtain their GED Accord LX
I (graduate equivalency degrees). 4 Dr 22,000 Miles Red PS. PB. Air AM/FM AT. Low-Miles. Says, "Get Your Car Ready forSummer"
Cassette Low Miles
! School districts would be responsible All Po.yer
for ensuring that student drivers good through June, 1989 ,
Coupons
'I with the law,but the $ 8,333 $ 7,995 $9 444 ._ -
\ provides to administerthe I
bill no money Mr. Goodwr.neh AIR I.Qoodwrcnch ALIGNMENTS
program. One House member
said, "We cannot expect our school 1980 Pontiac 84 Chev Camaro CONDITION CHECK UP J !1110I'$4995, :
boards to do this unless we provide 85 Olds Delta Include, $ !
them with funding.We do not do it In Bonneville Berlinetta HBFrion 19 |II I
this bill." Royal Brougham Loaded: with leather seats. PW.PL.Tilt.Cruise,AM/FM ___ _ __ 1_ ..
The measure is modeled after a One Owner- 36,000 Miles. Like new. First Power Seats.T-Top Louvers ._ __ -:- -- -- - - -I
West Virginia program that is said Very CleanLoaded -Black Mr. Ooodwranch ENGINE J'' Mr. Ooodwraneh BRAKE

to that have state reduced by 20!percent the dropout In one rate year.in $ f*> 666 3,777 Takes Itl $6 495 TUNE SPECIAL :JI': OVERHAUL :

40\8 $4995 IInclulufnlnl.$159951: r

MDA Sing Set '88 Chevy '87 Chevy S-1O '85 Olds .Delta eyl'MMi.l 11 :.ShllihlBhJL. ,|;,

Sing to Monto CarCo SS Blazer Tahoe 88 Royal .":.-:.-:::.":.":.-:.-:.::"":.-. -_-.___-_-_-___-_-_- -J

benefit The sixth the annual Muscular Gospel Dystrophy Burgundy,T-Top, Buckets. PW. PL,Tilt. Cruise. AM/FM 4 Dr 37.000 Ml..V.8.All M'GOCMI.ch LUBE, OIL al 1 r Mr.Goodwrcneh COOLING I
Association will be held Saturday, One Owner-All the Toys!! Cassette 28,000 Ml. the Options FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL I Inc_ SYSTEM FLUSH I
June 10,at Traders Hill in Folkston, M- '$ 'P>n.and
$ $ 'e 1199st: I $4495 :
Admission is$3 per car.The event $13' 995 9,222 6,666 : -----1------------ i
will be held rain or shine from lawn
to midnight. Bring your own
chair. .
Featured groups include:The Dix-
ieland Quartet, The Lacev's!., The ill
Sorrow Family, The Joyful :)()ound
Redeemed Gospel Harmony, The,
Dupree Family, Sounds of Praise. '
Jimmy Mancill and The EmmanuejSingers 964-7500 Hwy3Ol North Open: Mon.-Ihi&30-8 PJH. 972-0103
and Terry Weeks and CHEVROLET Starke Sat.0-6 P.M. Sun. 1-B P.M. LDSM Bit
Friends..
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Trooper Donald Dean.Ul'YeyE!the wreckage olBIB Mnlor Cbrb Durban
Corvette where It lay after Durban led control and Hipped the ear off the tide
of US 301.
Durban'.IDJurIN are not life threatening or permanent but he face*.low
hcftllng proccu.
PaMenger Patricia Parado received minor lojurle*In the accident.Both felt
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Leather Belts 20%Off
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SeniorsTwo ANNOUNCING:
at 138 N. Water Street Starke 964-HAIR
GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW

graduating Bradford seniors High were injured School, "A Full Service Law Firm"
one seriously last Thursday when BUY HERE PAY HERE 5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal
the car they were riding in spun out
of control on US-301 and struck two WE FINANCE
The trees accident and a driveway occurred embankment.just one day Personal Injury&Wrongful Death;Bankruptcy Law;Informal

before Christopher graduation.J. Durban 18, of E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy Creditor Workouts;IRS&Department of Revenue Negotiations;

Lawtey was driving south on US-301 Deals With E-Z Wheels Divorce&Family Law;Wills&Probate;and Criminal Law
at a high rate of speed about 12:30:
p.m.when he lost control of his 1977 (DUI-Felony-Misdemeanor-Juvenile)
Corvette Stingray after changing
lanes abruptly, Florida Highway
964-7783
((904))
Patrol Trooper Dor rio"n said in the TOMMY BRAY
1320 Temple Avenue
7 A Manager
See Page
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Furniture Store Opens Here

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Sherwin Glass, chairman of Farmers Furniture's fourth store to
yLJ Farmers Furniture, has announcedthe open this year, bringing the total of
opening of a Farmers Furniture, stores in Florida,Georgia,Alabama
.. Appliances and Electronics retail and South Carolina to 93.
.. showroom in Starke. According to Jack Cammack,
'- The new store is expected to openon president of Farmers Furniture, the
Walnut Street sometime In July, new store will offer a large selectionof
Advertising Coordinator Kim Harter namebrand merchandise, every-
said. day low prices and quality customer
Tho new Stnrkn store will be service.
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from page IB _
originally Downtown an Redevelopment offshoot Idea of Plan the M t 699 699 6497SO

which has taken place In the tured favorite characters like
city for the past four years, beginning Snow White, Prince Charmingand LTR LTR
In In 1984 when the the the evil Stepmother.Snow
Starke branch of SFCC openedIts White's Stepmother has tir CAPTAIN GORDON'S
doors In what had been an become a nagging motherinlaw MORGAN GIN E & J
abandoned county courthouse In this production and the 4i BRANDY
audience Invited to hiss and SPICED
building next to a vacant lot was
overgrown with weeds and the boo at her.Featured. RUM
toll of years neglect. In the cast were Beth
Now the area has a whole new Williams as Snow White George h1Mr t1 -
look with newly paved streets, Cardin as Narrator Michael 799 99
new street lights and refurbished Crawford as the pompous A99 6
building storefronts Prince Charming and Donna
which have added a new vitality Christopher as the Stepmother. 750 LTR 750
to the area surrounding historic Others In the class Included

"Call Street" the heart of the Mullls.Carolyn Hardenbrook.Tllton.Donna Lori ',' IN HOUSE. SPECIALS THIS WEEK:,': )&:,,' ,
downtown area. The SFCC- Marjie
Starke Center, since renamedthe Rogers. Sharyn Ford. Lisa POPOV VODKA ,.' ...10.99ANCIENYAGE "', ,
"Andrews Center" In honor of Brunlng. Shannon Thomas. a. 'F4r : > 12.99 :: 1.75
project leader and benefactor Kammle Sundsadee Rosalyn seAGRAM'S Z CROWN 12.99 1.7fi
Guy Andrews, Is now a bustling Taylor and Chandra Padgett.The EARLY TIMES ", 11.99 ',1.7S
academic environment where skit was directed and pro-
CANADIAN MAJESTY 11.99 1.75 ,
duced by April O'Connell.The f.
there echoes of
once were only
the past. skit was written at the re- ,CANADIAN CLUB 17.99, : 1.75..'
quest of Guy Andrews and Lavon
Play was SpecialOne
of the highlights of the day Drivas to accompany the Drlvas SUNDAY JAM SESSION: Players Singers Welcome
was a 20-mlnute outdoor skit and Andrews children's production to Mike Time.
about ecology and the Impor- "Legacy of Love". +
SFCC Players... CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS SPECIAL
The famous SFCC"Shoeatrtag Every Thursday 9 a.m. tit 12:00: Midnight
Player stage their production of Beer $1.00 Call Brand Drinks $1.50
"Snow WhIte and Dwarves Learn a
teuon from Woodwy the Owl for
an appreciative audience at the 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
Family Fun Day.
From left to right Michael Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
,Beth William MagriTilton
Crawford
,Dan TUton,Carolyn OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

Hardenbrook,Larry Roger.Lob Open: Mon.-Thurs.9 a.m. 12 Mn.: Fri. a Sat.9 a.m. 2:00 a.m.
Roger.Shauna Padgett.Lies Sunday 1:00: p.m. 11:00: p.m.
Bmnlng and George Cardln.
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got a er:

lance of taking care of the envi-

for SFCC ronment an appreciative"Shoe presented String crowd on Players"campus by the a ? Shop at Joan'sfor soft spot for Dad !

group of drama students at the
college who perform at special
occasions.
The play, entitled "Snow White The finest in Ladiesfashions
and the Dwarfs Learn a Lesson
From Woodsey the Owl", fea- -
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ASVAB Testing Now '
Offered at Vo-Tech Srvitmvear & Sportswear < y rZchoice $299

An additional service for the people 4 on Safe
of our community will be offered .,
be this administered summer. The at ASVAB the Vocational test will 7 Thursday, Friday & os aReclina-RockerRecllner

Center free of charge for Interested Saturday Only... or Reel/no-/ Wave / Recliner
citizens. '' "
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Any GED junior or senior high ji''' \ I\ '
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school student or any other interested ifi1 I
Joan's fashions ""'"
citizen may take the test I"
which will be given Tuesday,June 20 _
from 6:30-9:30: p.m.at the Bradford- Starke Plaza 964-7651
Union Area VocationalTechnicalCenter Welcome
,free.of charge. Visa Mastercard Layaways
Call 964-6800 to make your reser-
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. News Briefs. I

dreams relating to the war.
Georgia ManArrested Walter Wayne Rhoden, a self- Man Found Dead I
employed carpenter, was arrested
Of Gunshot WoundA Man
In Starke June Son a warrant charging grand ChargedIn
For Drug Trafficking theft according to Lt. David 40-year-old man was found deadat Lewd AssaultA Su-El's Retirement Community
Aderholt. A resident on Forsyth his home off of Ming Dairy Roadin
A routine traffic stop on US-301 Road said Rhoden signed a contractin Bradford County. 28-year-old man was charged R.tl/.m.nt RoII..nl Ham.A.m.N .
south of Starke June 6 resulted in a April and accepted several thousand Jean Serge Lagace was found by with lewd lascivious assault upon a CommwNty hi thfc amall community
drug arrest of a man wanted by the dollars for repair work to her his sister at 11:30 a.m.on June 2,according child after two juveniles were found rrh.mr4 r alto hava Su-ETi Ratlnxnant
home. When Rhoden failed to complete to Investigator David with him in a Lawtey motel May 24. community at So-ETa.Wahv Horn A......_group ,I
FBI.Trooper William Abrams stoppeda the work, the resident, Angie Aderholt. Lagace apparently died Bartolv L. Rivera was arrested I Ca,. nntafc looms aantora.to MfIndapandtni I t- .horn tor aanloti that naadaaultianc ,
vehicle at 9:55: p.m.with a taillight Williamson, attempted to contact from a self-inflicted gunshot woundto when two girls who were runaways to.quIt.rtg w/h a *with tupMvfclon.tl I
not working. while the vehicle him. When she was unable to locate his head. His body was from North Carolina were home-UK atmoaphara.AtBafn w.give panonalzad.... I
driven by Jimmy Guyton, was stopped Rhoden Williamson filed a com transported to the medical examinerin found drunk with Rivera in the motel Mn homing 24 hr.sup.Mslon-hr motutuit.nrld.ndlaundry
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Deputy Danny Thrift arrived on plaint with the sheriff's department. Gainesville. room according to Deputy Danny laundry -day :
the scene. A consent search of the Charges were filed with the state attorney According to Aderholt, Lagace's Thrift. .aqo.S veldt 024 hr. long tar m May.' Cwtftodnutlinlng
vehicle revealed a 357 caliber and a warrant was issued for sister Michelle Parker said her The juveniles were released into .rrwg.noy atl.ysl.m, awl toil aid CPR I 1
revolver on the seat and a bag containing Rhoden's arrest. brother had been depressed over not the custody of MRS. "- 1468-2619 "aln.dra/
17 packets of crack cocaine Rhoden was released after a$2,000 finding a job. A Vietnam veteran, Bond for the charge was set at 1 mile South on&R 325. Hampton. FL Sue Lott Walker
Each bag contained about eight surety bond was posted La ace had also been having bad $13,000, Rivera remains In custody.
rocks of crack cocaine (approximately :
50 grams), according I to
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.
As Deputy Thrift stalled to question
Guyton about the cocaine ,
Guyton ran into some nearby woods.;
Guyton, 31, was located in the
morning hours June 7 with the help
of the K-9 Unit from DOC's RMC Winn-Dixie'
(handlers Bobby Waters and Danny
Jackson).
Guyton of 615 N. Cypress St.,
Jessup, GA was charged with trafficking TM
in cocaine and resisting arrest
without violence, according to
Deputy Thrift.

Guyton who is wanted by the FBI,
is also wanted by Georgia
authorities for cocaine charges and
escape. WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: L
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOW

Fleeing Speeder ..g untT KAOISOH TMIT

Faces ChargesA RIGHTS
QUANTITY
21-year-old Keystone Heightsman RESERVEDPRICES Jf/If./it4
faces multiple charges after .--.aer.TY-e__,-,_.e
fleeing from a trooper who was attempting -'
to stop him for speeding; GOODTHURS.WED. Register To
June 2. .,
At 6:30 p.m. John Luther 8-14, 1989 Win A ___
Bennett's vehicle was clocked at 9C JUNE Grand Prix-
Pontiac
mph on south US-301, according to.
Trooper D. C. Roberts. When Be sure to watch America's Super
Roberts' stopped the vehicle on the race Saturday, July 1, 1989
shoulder of the roadway. Bennett Motet and Winnow gin
sped off and a 'hot pursuit' began Other prtzH Include: me display for complete cletallL
with speed reaching 118 mph southto rtmcatM. SM PepsI
the county line back through
Hampton and Theressa on CR-18 and
221, according to Roberts. The vehi
cle chase ended at a residence on
Hilltop Drive behind Clay Electric in EVERYDAYLOW
Keystone; however, Bennett then)
exited his vehicle and ran into the
woods. After being positively iden
tified Bennett was later apprehended
and charged with unlawful speed,
driving while license suspended, !
fleeing attempting to elude wilful PRICES
wanton reckless driving, improper
tag said Trooper Roberts.
Bennett was released after s a
$990.25 surety bond was posted.


Jail Bradford Inmate County EscapesA WINN-DIXIE IS WORKING

33-year old man who escaped
from the Bradford County Jail last
Thursday afternoon remains at

large.Glen William Shepherd of Hampton THE toWEST'TOTAL
apparently scaled a wire fence at YOU
the back of the jail yard sometime GIVE
before 5 p.m. June 1, according to
Lt. DavidAderholt.
Witness reports indicate Shepherdrode No Minimum Purchase
in the back of a truck to the frTO
Georgia-Florida line where he was FOOD BILL No LimitsFriendly
drop.off by the trucker, said r Service

Shepherd was working on the addition r
to the jail at the time of escape.
He is white 5 feet 8 inches tall
weights 145 pounds, has brown eyes
and brown hair trimmed below the
ears. When Shepherd was last seen -
he was wearing cut-off jeans no DAY
Aderholt.shirt and was barefooted said RICE ppICE pW PRICE
PRICE
Shepherd was arrested March 23 LOW
after Si.erif; Kenneth Etheridge
81\1&f -
allegedly caught him stealing
aluminum road signs to sell for a
scrap metal. During the arrest the
and sheriff face.received injuries to his hand GOOD LOOKIN' -- DEL I MONTE I =

Shepherd was being held on GREAT COOKIN' -- I IDES
charges of grand theft cirminal 1
mischief two counts of resisting arrest
with violence and four counts of
l I
battery of a law enforcement officer.

Car OverturnsDriver BEEF I 1 1


The driver Alright of a 1973 Volkswagenwhich $2gg i iLB.

spun around,rolled on its side I

and struck two trees Sunday morn- HALF. 32-pzr _
ing, escaped with only minor in-
juries.Laura.
Lee Crawford 19, drivingthe
VW,was westbound on CR-15 at LEMON.COCONUT or "V."Y A'LOW""U$. .
CR-225A when her vehicle ran off CHOCOLATEMERIHfiUEtt __
and back on the roadway and in and : ALL VARIETIES

out of. the ditch before striking a :.!,..,. ..... PI1 G'S
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wheels The tree right counterclockwise Roberts.Crawford vehicle side according and The and stopped then was struck vehicle! rolled to, rolled transported Trooper said a spun back second Roberts.onto onto around D.tree.the its C.to ;szu Y" 'i't t;: $\\38 J'g : : iwctPNO.. $CKtiPS, 1.8



Bradford Hospital where she was 110I'
treated and released.Damage to the ..x DELICIOUS FLAVORS SUPEB3RANDDRINKS
VW was $1,000.Branford. .ISII iiih..W'IlTU'NO CRACKIN OD. 99 c .s99cBARBECUl
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Woman I CHEESE CURLS HIA . . .
C8FFEE CAKES WiNE. . . 'Ill'
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37-year-old Branford woman $ 99 'JI-.l 0"1:""'"! .riNJ":: ..w.... r re.arwiya.. .._e.rne.raa wr r j
received injuries after her vehiclewas I tv.= : how -- i
struck by a hit-n-run vehicle IZ Pack ..... .. : i
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May 21.Bonnie. EA. R-r.- I I
S. Algiere driving a 1988 '" 1_ ..-... -- :

when Mazda she was was eastbound struck at the on intersection CR-238- $1 99 PEPSI COLASoRT" re=r' .ta 1z:..-::--:..N! .r"Yw.0.raw.==::t"-------'W'C---=::=:"= w'_.. "....-----I ISIIIOKED ;

of CR-241 a semi which left --- -Merl lna/
by SPARERIBS ... c---rr- -.-ew L.r.or.r.Ab..u wr./
the scene,according to Trooper J.H. ,CiEt: 'ONE ., I"CU: tbs'0. =a=,4r..r..w.-ka..Rrs.Y..1-I
MICa a SLOW-WHOU
who was
Horler. Algiere.
ssol.w.rrr
258 :
transported to Shands by Rescue Is BARBECUE $999CHICKENS r--
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now at home but will be unable to u OawiM 4y ....5q......1Ar ..
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work for several months due to in -+ -- --- I
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juries.Anyone. with information as to the KAISER ft $129 c/a$ $$ 'lJ iru..ltru4 L.- It..l-rr-.1rwYnUr. J I

accident Is asked to contact the ROLLS .Ow. BEER . . wi _
Florida Highway Patrol in Starke.
Damage to the Mazda was

reported to be $3,500.Hampton Man. Everyday Low Prices !


Charged in TheftA Over 10,000

Hampton carpenter was ar-
rested Monday for accepting several
thousand dollar for a job which
reflected only several hundreds
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News Briefs -_. -
Dial 911 Emergency
Car Totalled Terrell was transported to Brad- Smith. A gun belonging to Hamptonwas A tractor-trailer truck, driven by
ford Hospital for minor injuries by found near his body but Starke Jeff Stamton Dahmen of Kissimmee,
Driver Alright Paramedic Dan Cuddington and Police are not issuing a statement as was northbound on US-30IIB the inside
A compact car was totalled May 20 Vickie Thomas. Two small children to the cause of death until their In- lano when a pedestrian stepped
after flipping on SR-100 west of who were passengers in thn vehicle vestigation is complete,according to from the turn lane at the SR-16 in-
Starke, the driver received only were in restraints and were not in- Major W. C. Reno.A tersection into the path of the semi,
WALLPAPER INSTALLATIONby minor Injuries.. jured. report from the medical ex- according! to Patrolman Perry Gor-
Frances Ford Terrell, 21, of Lake The accident four miles west of aminer is expected within the next man.The pedestrian,Alena Jenkins,
City was eastbound on SR-100 when Starke occurred at 9:30: a.m. few days. was thro wn from the point of Im-
she apparently ran off the roadway, pact.
Jeanne Goodson according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Starke Man Semi Strikes Girl, Jenkins was treated at the scene
Terrell overcorrected as she came Found DeadA Girl Only Suffers by Paramedics Nelson Green and
Rex Siemer, then transported to
back onto the roadway and lost con-
trol. The vehicle spun around, going 21-year-old Starke man was Minor InjuriesA Bradford Hospital where she was
I across the highway onto the other found dead of an apparent gunshot 15-year-old Starke girl who treated for minor skin Injuries and
shoulder and flipped over landing on wound Monday evening. walked in front of a semi Sunday released, c.aid: Gorman.
the top, the vehicle then rolled back Howard Leon Hampton was foundat afternoon on US-301 was struck and The accident occurred at 4:05: p.m.
475-1071 Free Estimate onto the wheels landing in the ditch, 1220 Larry St. at 8:30: p.m. June 5, thrown approximately 39 feet, but June 4.Stanle.y.
said Roberts. according to Patrolman Gordon received only minor injuries. Noegel's

Trial PostponedThe

dru.g! trafficking trial of
Stanley Sc hater Noegel, former
owner of Noegel Auto Sales in
Starke, has again been postponed.
Noegel, who has been charged
with one count each of conspiracy,
delivery, possession and transporting -
cocaine was scheduled to go to
trial this wee k in Brunswick County,
N. C but hail been delayed becauseof
an overload of cases in the county.
Noegel wan: indicted by a North
Carolina grand jury last year.

Bradford County

Rescue Answers

134 Calls In May

Bradford County Emergency
WeD BRAND U.S. CHOICE Medical Services Rescue respondedto
a total of 134 calls/or/runs during
BEEF BONELESS HICKORY SWEETSLICED SELECT LEAN the month of May, according to
STORE Supervisor Cliff Chapman.

BOTTOM ROUND HOURS BONELESS Eighty-four transporting 1 transports of 91 patients.requiredthe Fifty

8 kM.L11TIL.MJ. calls required no transporting. The
back-up unit made seven runs and
BACON TRAUMA were transported by
ROAST ORK CHOPS Jacksonville.I oto University Rescue 60 HospitalIn assited

Union County with one mutual aid.
The majority of the patients, 69,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six
patients were taken to Shands
Hospital, five to Alachua General
Hospital and two, the Veterans
Hospital, all in Gainesvile.Two .
patients WE're taken to the
Reception Medical Center.
Illness related calls topped the list
of emergencies with 22 people
needing attention. Cardiac patientswere
041 the next highest! need, with 21patients
requiring Rescue (two pa-
tients were in full arrest).
Thirteen calls were to people in
LB. LB. LB.CHEF'S trauma and another eight runs were
to people in trauma resulting from
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS vehicle accidents. Twelve people
BOTTOM VW REGULAR PRIME, THE PRIME RIB OF PORK suffered respiratory problems, two

ROUND STEAK La sale BOLOGNA or FRANKS 112. 99C PORK ROAST . La $287 runs were to obstretic patients and
two calls were to drug overdose vic-
tims.
W-O BRAND US. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS One call was to a stabbing victim
US.D.A. GRADE 'A' TOP SIRLOIN $Q77 LEAN COMPLETE ONESTOPSHOPPING and one person was dead when the

@ SKINLESSFRYER STEAK . . u OWO CHOPPEDSIRLOIN WITHSupermarket unit Nine arrived.calls were cancelled and five

BREAST BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF calls were false alarms, accordingto

":::; I.:?::t. BONELESS $1 97 Chapman.
":'::, [{, RUMP ROAST u Bradford Jail

;: : 2Jj8 r.:. ;.) &wi/. ... $197 Report For May ,
"tBO ESSa'.E
L' .tY' ) Bank
$297 LB. During the month of May'161 ar-
.5. LEAN EYE ROUND ROAST u rests were processed through the
LEAN MARKET $147 W-O BRAND u.s. CHOICE LEAN GROUND $197 Bradford County Jail, according to

GROUND TURKEY ia I TBONESTEAKS BEEF ROUND . u I Community State rests Sheriff were Kenneth for misdemeanor Etheridge.crimes 101 ar-,

I'REMIUIIORAOEliTO 11.LLPKCI. LEAN GROUND Bank 80 were felony arrests, 16 arrests
THIGHS WINGS $187 were driving under the influence and
DRUMSTICKS ffjc CHUCK . . u Mem bar FOIC 27 arrests were for driving while
or u lO
WOO BRAND U.9. CHOICE BEEFBONELESS license suspended.
7 33 arrests were made by Starke
$47 $O27
CUBED
TURKEY
$179 FULL SERVICE BANK Police Department, 13 arrests were
STEAKS . . u I u.s.cs o.cs La EYE ROUND STEAK u made by the Florida Highway Patrol
troopers and !97 arrests were made
I ""' 9 HARVESTFRESH by county deputies.The .
VEOVWERPYRDIACY D county jail received 628 calls
W CE during the month of May. 80 calls
,: r were felony investigations, 17 calls
were for missing persons, 11 calls
I were fires woods/structure, 11 calls
tcj PRODUCENature were to accidents and another 12
calls were to assist at accidents,two
calls were for escapees and 40 calls
were for burglaries,said Etheridge.
makes the produce-
257 calls were classified as
I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. miscellenous.
Bradford County deputies served
638 civil papers,wrote 59 traffic cita-
HARVEST FRESH2ge tions, recovered one stolen vehicle
1 and provided escort for 13 funeral
processions.
r- Starke Police

rL May ReportThe
Starke Police Department
1.8.i received 834 calls requesting police
service during the month of May,according
to Chief Jimmy Epps.
Officers made 38 arrests for felony
crimes, 36 arrests for misdemeanor
w- MARKETPLACE HARVEST FRESH offenses and responded to 40 traffic
TROPICANA PRESTIGE ,, r accidents and Issued 115 traffic cita-
$978
PHARMACY $169 $ the month, said Epps.
tions during
nL ICE CREAM Elf
ORANGE JUICE . .
SHOP OUR WINN-DIXII PHARMACY IUPEI'IIIRAND' Recent Arrests

For Your Prescription Needs. Our LONGHORN 29 VINNIE'S 8ge In Bradford CountyThe
..$1
pharmacists are available to answer HALFMOON . 10.PIli. PIZZAS . . u following arrests were madein
your prescription questions, advise UMfUMAND 'EACH Bradford County by local
you of low cost generic drugs when SWISS STYLE $ 00 PRICE BREAKER authorities.
available, have computerized record- 3 s.e 1 _.. 9ge of
33, Clay
Thomas Kenny
keeping for your convenience, accept YOGURT .,. CUPS ORANGE JUICE sa, County Floyd was arrested on a capias for
all major third party prescription THfHFTVMAID SALAD sale of cocaine, according to Chief
plans. Including PCS-PAID and. SUPERBRAND $179 SHOESTRING 2 88e Deputy Pat Henry. Bond was set at
MEDIMET, and will never knowingly COTTAGE CHEESEFISHEKNUNSWHARE W POTATOES %,? JOMOTGESLB. $1,000 cash or surety.:

be undersold. Mary Taylor Grubbs,' 28, of
"8C ,Alachua was arrested May 31 for
I I 'WE WU CLOUT violation of probation (petittheft),
1h STEAM I YOUR SEATOOO according to Deputy Danny Thrift.
NICIIAOFAEE.
1C FRESH SEAFOOD ) y James David McDanlel 23.' was
arrested May 31 for violation of probation

TVCT MMX.IM HARVEST FRESHBROCCOLI from Orange County, accor-.
WHITE 9SC
FRESH COOFILLETS '
to Lt. David Aderholt,
SHRIMP l '. IUICII ding

L tin.un uv ti r YELLOW 41 David Louis Myers, 44, was arrested -
MAINE .88c May 28 for aggravated bat-
$399 .S419 ONIONS .< .. tery, according to Patrolman Dale
LOBSTERS .. Griffis.,Bond was set at $2,000. he
Sa9D FRESH FLORIDA Cit was released on his own
.' GROUPER $499 STEAKS $299 MANGOES. u 9 9 recognizance.

I nuns: it or FILLETS. u Garrett Bernard Petteway, 27,
was arrested May 27 for failure to
appear for disorderly conduct, according :
to Deputy Barry King.Bond

Thanks For Shopping Winn-Dixie. was set at$150.

Gary Van Johnson 34,of Alachua
County was arrested May 211 tor{
possession of a controlled substance
with a prescription,.possession of
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r r O Course Completed...

These B1IS senior completed an Intensive computer/word processing
course at Bradford-Union Vo.tech Center.
Graduating itudenU Include Michelle Bronaon,Barbara Smith
Christi Roger.Peggy: Petteway,Terri Kennan,Renee Hewett Donna
.. McKelvy Kim Lee Melinda Powell Karen Schaefer Suzanne Sapp
Dana Bowen,Karen Wimpy,Angelina Ramsey Tangela Plumes,Millie
Eden eld,Lucetra Mon,Jerry Yates and Carla Guide.




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Mark Frledlln The program of study offered at hard to complete this course of are ready to Join the work forceas Videos
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an Increasingly computer elective credit hours Including that they have graduated they productive citizens."
generated world of business and
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Graduation Present Ruined...
Durban's Corvett.which wai graduation present from hb parent,was
r'T lt.aJeoIlD Thunday'f wreck on US SOl,leaving little to"'vAfI'II'rom' the
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Serving Metro, Keystone & Stark at or
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I Car Carrying. Two Seniors Crashes. i1. FREE QUALITY'S FOR

from" page?B IV '-' ESTIMATES SAKE
accident report.Durban CALL
had changed from the Par do was able to attend graduation Durban's diploma since Durban was his mind Chris would be more ,'lOi.\ SAIK
right lane to the left lane to pass ceremonies last Friday night, unable to attend the ceremonies. careful when is able to drive again.
another car and had begun to change despite her injuries. Graduating Chris Durban's father, Raymond "He's scared," Mr. Durban said.
back into the right lane after passing senior Cam Ward of Starke accepted Durban said there was no doubt in "He's feeling a lot of guilt feelings. 375-11O6I
when he lost control, Trooper Dean especially about the girl being in the
said. His Corvette spun clockwiseonto car and messing up the ceremoniesfor 2800 N.W. 74th PI.
the grass shoulder and struck a everybody." Steve Mayer Manager
ditch embankment which caused the Stet C.rtl. CRC010169
car to spin counterclockwise and -
strike a pine tree.The car careenedoff
the tree, struck a second tree,
and became airborne for more than ssWall t NOW SERVING
21 feet before coming to rest beside a .srw J w.v tJfJNA
driveway embankment, Trooper BUFFETLUNCH
Dean said.Durban.
and his only passenger, Restaurant
Patricia Parado, 18,Starke were
both ejected through the open top of Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine
the car. Durban came to rest in the '
ditch on the passenger's side of the 1800N T mpTa' SlarVa. Florida 320'9"RENA.
car. Parado came to rest of A
on top T
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the driveway embankment on the : Eat-In or Take Out
driver's side of the car. For reservations'or take out ord,r call: 964-7681
The car came to rest beside the ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
driveway of Ms.Miriam Brown,who
said she was inside her house when o CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
the accident occurred."I .
heard a loud boom," Brown
said. "I thought it was a blowout. I BUFFET DINNER F day Saturday
heard it, ran out, ran back in and Nights
called 911"Debris Be Closed
from the accident was scattered ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95
several feet into Brown's yard. CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE- $1.00
Durban ami rarado were both For VacationThe
taken to Bradford Hospital for treat Our Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items
ment, then transferred to Alachua
General Hospital in Gainesville. Week of June 19June24We CLOSED Tuesday-Friday: Lunch 11 a.m.tU 230 pm;Dinner 4:30 pm til 9:30
Durban is listed in satisfactory condition pm.Saturday 430 pm til 930 pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon til 230: pm;

broken.after left being arm,eatecLJpr a fractured a +Will,?Reopen fori Business I ON, MONDAY, Dinner 430 pm til 9 pm

vertebra and several broken ribs. As' Usual Monday June26"*"
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YARD SALES COMMERCIAL building, enterprise Zone, Downtown
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMES LOSTFOUNDREWARD SUPER Great two story
Starke, Reduced to 49900.
RENTLEASESALEOFFICE FOR SALE ODDS 'N ENDS SALEI! Good junk and ELEGANCE THE COUNTRY 3 BR, f ba, concrete block, window treatments,
Lost white male Chihuahua
SPACES 500 sqq ft. for rent on wearing: brown collar. Lost seen craft demo. Sot., June 10 9.30-5.30 3 ceiling fans, CHSA, stove, relrig, DW garage with door opener antenna
Durrance 2 both, wood p.m. Forsyth. Road. Itchg 6/8 with booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet, rosegarden
Hwy 301, Storke. Apply at NEW FOUR BEDROOM, Hellbron Springs area. Call anytime. rotary
FRIDAY ONLY sale. SR 16 West brick BBQ grill, smoker and Lazy
Pump 8 Supply 964-7061. 8/25TF siding, shingle roof fireplace. CHS A. 473.3160 or 473.4512,2tcha6/1.8; : Big yard large patio area complete with
from Starke S'/i miles, follow signs. total electric
1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE US 301 S. across $288 month. 272.0367. 4tpd 5/18.6/8 Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse
from Wol-Mort/KOA. $350/mo. NEW FOUR BEDROOM 2 both, wood Itchg 68GARAGE beautifully landscaped
964.8848, eves 4733627. 12/8TF siding shingle roof fireplace CHS A, SALE: Fri S Sot., June 9-10. BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS,S% BATHS 402 St.Clair St. .86 of an acre, layer
BY OWNERS small mobile 4tpd 5/25-6/15 WANTEDWE Two shotguns, .38 saw pistol, sofa, dishwasher, fan/hood: den, laundryroom
FOR SALI $288 month. 2720637. bed, LR, DR, kitchen w/ relrig, range/oven
home park on Griffl Loop (Rd. 100-A). 1975 NEW MOON mobile home with extendo. Ingle stroller,bed walker baby, 2 swing barstools baby, dinettetable and an office, CHSA, enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious

Four lots with three mobile hornet and Moving owner must condition.selll BUY Spanish moss, turkey oak cuttings & chairs, sheets, bedspreads, back yard with security lights. Only 71000.
room for more. Rental Income. $700 964-9489 anytime. Excellent cypress knees. For info call ((904)) silverware, dishes, drapes. 7'/ milsSouth BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE) 90' on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated
monthly. Call alter 6 p.m. 964 8970 or 2tchg 6/1.8 HOME 1454 364-5601 collect. 8tpd 4/27-6/15 East of Starke on Rd. 100 on left. 3BR, 1VI BA home, plus newly decorated 2BR 1 BA MH, beach dock. $190.000
964.4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF 1912 FLEETWOOD MOBILE CASH PAID: WWI, WWII Korea, Vietnam Itpd 6/8 RAIFORD- LOVELY HOME SITE: 2 BR, 1 Ba frame home on 1.63 acres. Cleared
OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy. 301. Rent plus bedroom addition. $3,000. $ 20,000
German. American, Japaneseswords
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negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark 964-6551. 4tpd 6/8-29 Baoversized medals, dagg.r., uniforms, CLEAN. CLEAN 164 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Bo, plenty of storage space CH&A. woodh.at.r
964.5516. 4/13TF TOTALLY IRRESISTABLE new 3 BR. 3 helmets, patches, books, Hags, built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
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FOR LEASE 1000 ..f. building partially slnglewlde, affordably priced Dominic 1-800-451-3832. Itpd 80,000
completed for fast food business. Hwy. at $17,499. Call Hughes Mobile posters garden spot. Hwy. 16 W.
301 S. Terms nego. 964-8447, eves Homei, Stark., 9646407. Itchg 6/8 KEYSTONE: 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/lBa, carpet cent. heat windowair
4733627. 4/20TF NEWLYWED SPECIAL 14x56 bedroom, stove, relrtg DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced bock yard, nice lot $38.000
FOR LEASE: 1250 tq.lt. Hwy 301 S. across 1 bath, low down payment. Call REDUCED.207 ALVAREZ CT: 2 BR. 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 16,000
from KOA/Walmart. Terms ".go, Hughes Mobil. Homes, Stork., MATHEWS REALTY HWY. :301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA 1539..f., 1.7 acres. $ 45,000
964-8447 or eves 4733627. 4/20TF 964-6407. Itchg 6/8 I PINEBREEZE SUB:3 BR 1'A ba brick. CHSA 100x109 lot REDUCED to$39.000
FOR LEASE 2000 sq.lt. Hwy 301 S. across REPO'S REPO'S REPO'SI Easy financing : IBnlun N.W.65th AVENUE 3 BR. 1 ba. 5 acres $ 75,000
from KOA/Walmart. Terms nego. low down payment! 964.9172. Itchg ,_,.. i2t == 9644469ry FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Stark. 3
964-8447 or eves 4733627. 4/20TF 1984 14x41 MOBILE HOME CHSA. BR/lBa 70-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn, pole barn tool shed utility
FOR LEASE OR RENT acre with building cathedral telling with ceiling fan. 2 BR, When selling real estate why settle for telling the whole building, training track I L..'. Make an Offer Today
15x30, 2 miles South on 5/25-6/15 301. Call 1 bath, $5200. Call alter 5 p.m.. town... when you can ten the whole world? GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.l. home, 4 BR, 3 full baths S two
533-2407 or 9645030. 4tpd ft. 964-6718 or 9645719. 2tpd 6/8-15 Vi bath. 100' on Lake Geneva 2Vi acres with sprinkler System, sunbathing
COMMERCIAL RENTAL 3200 plus sq. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 19852 BR MH, Beautifully landscaped.
South of
historical Call Street business district, excellent condition. Only $129.07 MOBILE HOMES HOMES decks located on SR 21 Keystone.
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will renovate for good Fleetwood nlc.CLASSIC BRICK BEAUTY Commute ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today I
old dime store;; month. No cash needed. Call Bill, KEYSTONE: 1983
tenant. Call Bill Green ((904)) 2227500. 964-2623. 4tchg 6/8.29 floor plan 3 BR. 2 be. CHSA full Starke. Galn..vlll. Lake Hampton BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR, 1 ba CB, wood floors, 1185 s.l..5 acres $60.000
RENT WITH OPTION: 137.139 E. Call St., TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1989 OW 3 length FIR potlos, dbl.! Oak. 1987 Immaculat.. 5.. to ape CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
corner of Thompson. 3500 ..f. first BR, 2 Ba, only $197.83 per month. No motorhom./trav.1 trailer port, with pr.clat.. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR 1 Ba, 1500 s.f.. wood from. $ 50,000
floor 2 story stucco over brick. Loading cosh needed. Call Bill, 9642623. 4tchg 11 ft. clearance. chain link f.nc.TWO BEDROOM 1 BA, nice lot BROOKER:3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $44,000
front and rear. Clyde W. Simpson, 6/8-29 -1987 CONCORD 3 BR. 2',1, ba, has $13,000. MENO DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres,3/1 CB, CH&A..a near $ 40.000
19043566849. 4tchg 6/8-29 extra lot: with wood frame house, city DELiGHTFUL STARTER HOME great HAMPTON LAKE AREA: 3 BR 2 ba, CHSA, screened patio with BBQ grill.
utllltl... condition, solid, Cherry Street.e1973 Also BR MH I'/i ba on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse larm.

NEW MOON 12..60, with apoNICE a QUIET PLACE TO LIVE: .....COMMERCIAL.....
>- ( pro. 10 acres. North of Lawt.y Southgat..3 BR 2 ba brick. NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE: 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished one
r ( -W 105th Av. HOMES& ACREAGE BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and

LAND -THERESSA AREA 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2 cooling unit In .ach apartment. $147,000
-S.R. 100 A. Two 6.77 ocr. parc.i. Bath, 1564 ..f. home, $55,000. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldgs.,

Amish couple usually lasts about 3 hours -Lawt.v. 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. Union Cty: 135 acres. 2700 .q.ft. paved parking.Good business Opportunity $220.000
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The ceremony marry 301 S., Reduced to $85.000
125 Ir"ntag. brick hom. LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres

t1\ND:!' :L Ql A .Dl ; :301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000$85.000
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: 301 SOUTH 193 ft U.S.301 frontage
; Bob Mathews Realtor I Andy Jordan Associate RENTAL ON CALL STREET! I

441 W. Madison St.. Starke Dolly Simpson, Associate Call After for Lot Hours Listings!

"RIVER ROAD PLANTATION"North Anne TorwIIUgar Nelson. . . . . . .473-7941

Paulln Randolph. . . . . . . . .'''''.3160
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Miles West of US 301 ONE-OF-A-KIND in .IJO : ', Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . .,,,,,-.223
the Lawtey Area!I

This 200 rolling acres of beauty is being offered In BY OWNER. .

2 1/2 to 20 acre parcels Some with St. Augustinelawn 43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 I s s : S5

Some with Fish Ponds Some with 4 Inch Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in

Wells ALL WITH OWNER FINANCING AND E-Z Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up
TERMSII!! Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontagein

'. Alachua County CR 229? N.W.JStli Sty ? Starve 964-619
Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR.2BA,......,.......$185.POQ ? fit C3ft MOfV> Ml '- *Jbl
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: Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000
MOBILE HOME LOTS with without septic &well hookup
\ i 4a gtzs; : 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. in Lawtey. 290' on 301 HERITAGE) VILLAS

For Sale or Lease.
e 200 Acres nearTheressa ...................................$1.000 Acre 607 Bradford Court in Starke

Building Lots In Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 Applications 1'& 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15.000 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6,500 Each Rental Information and applications are available at the

e 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65,000 Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke
New 2 BR 2 BA Homes in Graham For Sale or Lease Equal

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000 Ca11964-6216 @ Housing

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Er:: m Instant 964-6881 Financing No Evenings Points Reasonable Call 373-956O Interest Rates + JReaftr ro':


EQUAL HOUSINQ REALTOR ,


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Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R.100 a 221 Lafayette i2i .m

OUTI.rLw : Hwy. 301 S.

SARATOGA HEIGHTS: low $40 Nice family neighborhood. IHUMMMf Starke, Fl. REALTOR ,
*NEW LISTING: Hampton lake, executive home on the water. 1.7 acres 7
FISHING. SKIING OR SWIMMING: This lake lot Is for youl) Call for details! I Lots ./ Acreage I Waterfront j. I
1 ACRE LOT with well septic and power pole. 7000. Homer./ /Commercial .)
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*A LITTLE WORK A LOT OP VAlUEI! 3/2 on 1 acre $35,000. ,. _,_ I
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*VETERAN NEEDED Assumable non-qualifying loan. 3 BR. near schools. '
*LEASE OPTION available this 3 BR home In the country. I
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: : MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home, CHSA. j ,
*MIMOSA DRIVE Almost new 3 BR. 2 ba. brick ? extras.
many I
Iwciiu C SpiyJU Pool Storage Bldg., Large Lot wLandscaping.FRONTAGE
*HAMPTON LAKE Waterfront lots available. 2 x3OWark.hap. ] I
Brick Enclosed DW. CHSA
HWY. 1ft 3BR/2BA
*HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful setting for this spacious 3 BR, 2 bo over 2300: ..f. ;;j4- 42qCheslts' ON
Well I Septic.
Fishpond
home. ** 'S .: REALTOR ;- Flynrt 3BR/2BA Modular Home like New CHSA Steve' Rein S )
*CRYSTAL LAKE over 4.000 ..f. home; many :xtrai. Call for private showing. ";:.; 533-2823 ALTON ROAD Pool Privacy Fence Bldg 16x24 wi Patio. -
Swimming
COUNTRY LIVING with a modern flair. Over 4 acres with custom 1400 s.l.doublewlde. "' '' Drapes, lovely
with decks, and nature troll. PricedIn Storage Bldg 12x12 large Landscaped lot.
Complete pool your own private ACRES OP PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frame w/Porches All Around. Stove,
$40s. Stove. Pole Born 2450. Tool Shet 8x9. Well Septic. I
Refri Wood Burning
10 ACRES-LAWTIY AREA with mobile home..
20 ACRE FARM'Corner SR 225A a 229 HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH Commercial Residential 300-Foot Frontage. Two
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BUILDING LOT Hwy. 230 East. SS. OO.
*FOUR BEDROOMS with live ocret surrounded by pecans.LOTS 3 BR(split plan).2 baths, CHtA FP, Planted pines,creek and much morel CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB S Frame, CHSA Stove I R.frl.IS36 SF, Nice
IN TOWN $3,100 each. I
*HAMPTON OAKS: En.rgy.ffictent home.'Less than 2 yrs. old. I.autlful..ltlng. Corner lot. Stove, I IRelrl ,
I A Few of Our Many Listings ON SAMPSON RIVER 38R/2'11oBA.'Two.Story log Ham..CHaA.
*LAKI BUTLER Canal lot only 5500.
I Bock Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well
Front S
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*MYRTLE STREET 3 BR, 2 Ba, |lusfr.duced.; s LARGE LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage, suitable to store motor home a DI.hwa.h.r3000 ,
*ONE ACRE 3 BR. 1 Bo, priced to Mil," $27,900. I and auto. 200 amp. many u.... $20,000. a Septic Large Lot. 2BR/2BA CB., .Living-. a Dining Room 1
*HANDYMAN SPECIALS SU.OOO/X' i CONVENIENT TO TOWN: CB 3 BR,.I ba', lots of extras, only $39,700. 3 ACRES OP ROOM TO ROAM Large Well
*COUNTRY CLUB AREA 2 Beautiful 1 building parcels over 2 acres each. I.COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 plus acres with metal bldg., S mobile home. Family Room Kitchen w/Breaklast Nook CHSA Garage, S Septic. ,

*SANTA LAKI LOTS 7 canal.lota.! *FOUR BEDROOM. 2 ba, ov.r 1 acre In Storke.'city water S .sewer 45000. SELECTED PROPERTIES

.*FOUR ACRES owner financing, off. 100A. I*40 ACRES heavy timber close to country club. f....
Clean horn. Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home lot, 100x200
CHRISTIAN ST.I 2 building lots. *LIASII'UII'HASI. $1500 down. $250/mo. WALDO
*DtERWOOD lID Large 3 BR 2 j par fcrkk, veneer, opprox. 3/4 ocr., just I *COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Building' lots, city water ( sewer. HOME BLDG LOTS Hwy. 16W. City Water S Sewage, Owner Financing. ,
remodeled. WELL SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, zoned for MH., HOMI BIDG LOTS Shady Oaks S/D. Brooker.
*FOUR ACRES Doublewlde, kitchen equipped. 134 ACRES: Paved rood frontage, 4 miles to Stork FOUR B-ACRE TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing.. '
*MELROSEI nice building 'lot w/lok. privileges.. *3 BEDROOM HOME on 10 acres, 12 pecan tree In Starke, only $52,0001 THREE ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing..
*BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM OOUBlEWIDIi on 1 cere. ossumable mortgage.RENTALS *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick *cedar farm home, 4/2'/i. acres.ON LAKE GENEVA large lot. 100 ft. on the Water.
SOUTH US :301 5 plus acres with home S barn. Owner financing. COMMERCIAL Hwy 301 N. Two-Story CB Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400
AVAILABLE FOREST HEIGHTS: Building lots on SR 16 West. Owner financed. SF. Owner Financing.
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT Lawtelrj180. LAWTEY AREA nice home, CHSA on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. 19 ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Rood. Will Divide. .. .
*1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS $333. BUILDING LOT In Conerly Estates, nice area. It AcresPecan Grove. Will Divide. Well a Septic. Owner Financing.

EFFICIENCY utilities Included.$345...,... *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BEST Beautiful, high S dry lot area's finest home. + ft Acres Well. Septic and Power Pole. Has Cypress Pond.;,; ,
I TWO BEDROOM mobllle home, $284. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 s.f..CHSA, 5 acres, paved. road, extra nice. ft ACRES Frontage on Hwy. IOOW.City: Water.".It Sewage.ACRES. ""*.. .'
*COMMERCIAL SPACI AVAILABLE on SOK't:: BRICK IN STARKE: 3 BR. 1V4 Bo. CHSA. $47,000. I Hwy. 301 South. ".J'
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. *COMMERCIAL OR LIGHT INDUSTRIAL'* available, $400.. *HWY. 14 WEST: Brick 3/2V4 an I ocre. Lots of .xtra. See this one. ,.. ACRES Frontage on New River. t.' ,
! 1.1 '. CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 ..f.
beautiful oak., it 'IS ON REAL ESTATE OR THINGS, RELATED
I *24 ACRE FARM that has It oll-llsh pond. Improved posture, YOUR MIND
Call One.-of Our Professionally barns, crss-f.nced. water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT, ACCELERATED" ,


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MUSICAL' INSTRUMENTS A, Iowa. DRINK, YARD SALE -June 10 at 9 a.m. Grove St. PAID FOR WWI. WWII, KOREA NEED
TO A BABYSITTER References
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p.r month. Call HOME ON ONI ACRE Four
NEWSPAPER PLATES?VS iZm24x36" THATS YOUR BUSINESSI) at Highland.Ave. Itpd 6/8 VIETNAM, GERMAN, AMERICAN, available. 60 N.W. 4th Ave. Hchg. 6/8 bedroom, 3 bath In the Swim
SALI country.
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OURS I uniforms, helmets, patches, books, Friday. for more Information, please
patching and r.polr. TELEGRAPH, 135 BIG YARD SALE Friday ft Saturday,9 till $119,300. Two additional acresavailable.
W. Call SI. Alcoholics Anonymous postcards, flags, posters, (W.A.C. ft call 4963170. Itpd. 6/8
964.6305. TF Call 496-3939, and
.. 5. East 100, just off 219 on GustafsonPd. days
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964-Mlt,'964-41M" nurse clothing). Dominic Will BABYSIT DAYS A WEEK Daytime
VARIETY SHOP Buys, sells and lovs of good stuff Itpd 6/8 494-1595. evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
'rod... S"" n.w and ".."I furniture. pd7/27 18004513832. Itpd 6/8 hours Correne Stringer. Call 496-3823. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed, Free
Wicker, rattan and decor Items, pot call anytime. Itpd. 6/8 repair). Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. .
HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
pourri and Incenie. estimates. NOTICE RENTALSCOMMERCIAL Call 1(805)687-6000( )
OH TV and Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559. TF MARTIN TAXI 8 SEWING MACHINI
microwav.s a. w.lI Ext. GH-1136, for current repo list. 5/4
301 E. Call St. REPAIR SERVICIt
Courteous
964.3250. /6TF WELL DRILLING PUMPS SERVICE: Dorranee CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted available service 8tpd. 6722
SPACE
InKeystone and reasonable
NEW HOME SEWING Pump B Supply Co. Water to the Lake Region Monitor office rates. Horn wingmachines HOUSE FOR SALE Three bedroom-two
MACHINE d.al.r, Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. cleaned, oiled, adn adjusted
r.gular machines and sergers. systems. 301 specialists. 864 N.9/8TF TempleAve. In writing and paid In advance ft. 8 1000 sy.ft. High traffic and visibility $10. All work guaranteed. 496-3691. bath 1,800 sq.ft. enclosed garage,
US Starke. 32091.
Plnehurst Variety Store, across from SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME: day week, unless credit Is already establishedwith In both locations 473-3193 or 250 SW 2nd Avenue, lake Butler. 4tpd many large oaks and barn on property.
South.ld. Elementary School. long term 4682619. 11/17TF this office.MONITOR 473-7683, leave message. 5/4 tfnchg 6/8.29 Near Worthington Springs. Call
964.5507 TF stay. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 496-3939. days-496-3768,
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake. evenings
SADDLE BLANKET, BACKSTRAPs excellent 964.560615TFTUTORING RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Fish swim ski. $250 week. 4733856. tfnchg 9/4
condition, 15" seat. Used op- CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Stpd 3/4-6/22 FOUR BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME 6 1/2
prox. 5 tlm... $175 FIRM. 782-3872. this SERVICES, 3 If months your child vocation barelypassed THE TELEPHONE. ON LAKE GENEVA Only one left. Efficiency REAL ESTATE' acres MOL new house looking for new
TFnc year Classified deadline Is 11.00 I a.m.Tuesday studio furnished, owners. Daniel Crapps Agency
SELECTRIC II TYPEWRITER excellent can only makes things worse. Call to Thursday publication. apartment 8 TO Realtor. Call Gale 4962776. ttchg. 6/8
condition 9648594. 511TFPROFESSIONAL prior laundry dock facilities, utilities fur. 30 ACRES with large concrete
|lust reconditioned 30 day warranty HOUSE PAINTING Hour Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50. nished. $275 month, $275 deposit. barns. Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre
52STFSEVERAL rmolnlnO295. 964-7529. ly rates or contract. Also repairs and then 15 cents for each word thereafter. 4732919. 5/4 tfnchgON or larger In country. Call "496-3939 FOR RENT
remodeling Free estimates. Call Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished, 2 days. .454-1593 evenings. Hn/chg.
ITEMS! 28 ft. travel trailer, Mitch, 473.3940. 4tchg 9/18-6/8 Keystone Hts., FL 32656 BR/lVfr BA, kitchen equipped. Not In a 1/19
sleeps 6, good condition. Dining room trailer FOUR ACRES MOL oaks SR18. MINI STORAGE 9x5, $15; 5x10, $20;
suite, sits 16 people. SW 7th ALTERATIONS zippers, hems, buttonholes park. $275 month, $275 deposit. Large on
964-4468.2tpd 6/8.15 Street. patches, etc. Drop off and 4732919. 5/4 tfnchgON Daniel Crapps Agency Realtor. Call 10x10 $30, per month, plus $20
l'7t OlDS CUTLASS $650. Small utility pick up. 7 days a week, 7 a.m.-8 p.m., LAKE GENEVA house. Furnished S Gale ot 4962776. llchg. 6/8 deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
or stock trailer, 964-5587. Plnehurst Variety acrossfrom SERVICESSEWING newly decorated. 2 BR/1 BA, carpeted, tfnchg. 12/22
$200. Call 782-3531.
OFFICE SPACE, 150 W. Main Street,
2tchg 6/8-15 Southslde Elem. Hwy. 100 S. must see. Laundry B dock facilities. RETIREMENTMISTY
GOING FISHING Fla. wrigglers $1.50 5/29TF MACHINES CLEANED oiled andodlu.t $300 month, $300 deposit. 473-2919. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
Call a TWO VACANCIES for child and Infant tension In home. Special 5/4 tfnchg
cup. 782-3997. Itpd 6/8 your
U-PICK PEASi $6 hamper 964-6521 care In my home. Ellen Martin, $22.50. Repair all brands. Work 3 BR-1% BA HOUSE on 525 Dove St. MEADOWS RETIREMENT HOMI NOTICE
or 964.8733. Morgan p.r Rd.. CR 233. Itpd 964-7149. 2tchg 6/8-19 guaranteed. 4737862. 5/4 tfnchg Close to schools, CH/A, many extras. Lovely country setting. ACLF' 24-hr
ATTENTION HOMESCHOOLERSi Certified $450 month. 4732895. 6/1-15 personollied care. Home cooked
TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 3tchg
6/8 SEPTIC -
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
should be submitted

teacher and will meals. Family styled living. Excellent
homeschoollng parent CUTE 1 BR COTTAGE Ave. In
3 NINTENDO TAPES, relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford Holly
Mario Brothers the
a to Union County Times office -
educational Must
prices.
with student see to
help appreciate.
Duck Hunt you your Tanks. Starke. 964-8121. 5/4 town. $250 per month or puchase.Owner .
$30 Mario Brothers Septic In and
; $25; evaluation and curriculum needs. For Newberry. 4722820. 6/8 4tchg 6/29 writing paid In advance
will finance. 21
Donk.y Kong $25. 7823333. 2tchg cost and Information call Denise tfnchg Century unless credit Is already established
6/8-15 HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Beach turning, Showcase Properties. .73..903. 4tchg with this office.
Crawford, 4311091. 2tpd 6/1-8\
ALECIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur PALM CARD READER: having edging driveways ft walkways, raking 6/8.29 HELP WANTED THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
Gasklns, 7823140. 6/8TF ? What your eyes will sea, your problems A bagging leaves, mowing > bagging LAKE FRONT 1 BR cottage, patio, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
LO-BOY CUB 1S4 TRACTOR with S ft. belly heart will feel through love, business 8money. grass, roof sweeping gutter cleaning fishing, swimming, near Keystone. WANTED-PART-TIMI Insurance Sales CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
mower In good condition. $1900 782-9802. Itpd 6/8 land clearing, trimming trees A 4734186. 2tchg 6/8-15 People. Increase your current Income. THI TELEPHONE.
firm. Con be seen Sat 8 Sun. Call TUTORING SERVICE certified teacher. bushes. Call Eddie at 4732278. 4tchg VACATION Lake Geneva house ft cottage If you have been licensed within the Classified' deadline Is MONDAY, 5
468-2266. 4tchg 6/8-29 5/18.6/8 for rent, fully furnished. $450 per P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
still
$19 per hour If once a week and $12.50If past two yet you are qualifiedby
SEVERAL ITEMS Quasar 25" TV $250; twice week.. Call 533-2196. Kingsley PRIVATE TUTORING Grades K-6 and week. Call 7711476. 2tchg 6/8.15 the state. H you hove never been Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
glass and brass dinette set with four lake. 3tchg 6/8-15 adult basic ed. Florida teaching certified MOBILE HOME -283 bedroom, partially licensed we will help to get then 15 cents for each word thereafter
chairs$100. 782-1043. 2tchg 6/8-15 ROOFING REPAIRS pressure waihing. and LVA certified. $5 my home, furnished. $135 a month S up.4737566or -- qualified and train you In selling you our
SEARS CHEST-TYPE FREEZER: $100. Call 9646341. Terry Parks. 4lchg $8 your home per hour.473-2650.4tchg 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 products. For further Information contact
468-1710 after 6p.m. Itchg 6/8 6/8-29 5/18.6/8 KEYSTONE 3/2 house, den d/gar 1800 Richard DeVoe-Flnanclal
: Management YARD SALE
QUEEN SIZE WAVELESS WATERBED MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine ft. 3 Includes 4
WILL DO CHILD CARE In my home. Christian OLE sq. on acres. $465 water
Systems, Inc., lake Butler
heater, liner with side drawers. Real environment and references. Call and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 4733289. garbage. Freshly painted In and out. 4961384. tfnchg. 5/25

nice. 9647823. Itpd 6/8 964-9604. 2tchg 6/8-15 4tchg 6/8-29 Pets nego. 264.0195. Itchg 6/8 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS at SIS YARD SALE AT PRODUCE SHED IN
RIDING MOWER, like new. 8 hp. 26"blade STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SER FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 BA trailer. $50 a In Lake RAIFORD Highway 121, In city limits
6/1
DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Butler..Apply Inperson.
$400. Also senior citizen needs VICE all makes and models cleaned, LEVEL Call week $150 deposit, $50 for last week. 2tpd. 68WANTED All day Saturday and Sunday June '10 A
? HOUSE OUT OF
refrigerator, must be reaionable. Call oiled and adjusted, $15. New and us LaPue Leveling Service for all $250 to move In.Call Tammy, 475-3248. Assistant line supervisor. Pro- 11th. Itpd. 6/8
964-6362. Itchg 6/8 ed. Hwy. 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.) your 21pd 6/8-15 duction Good "
apparel sewing. working
foundation
GOOSE-NECK TRAILER: 18'/ feet long, 964-8733. 6/8TF 473-7721.7/9TF repairs. Keystone :1 BR CONDO CH/A, garbage disposal, conditions. Great benefits. The be.tcowork.r..Apply MISCELLANEOUSBEAUTIFUL
very reasonable price. Call Kenneth C.C.'s PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICE attic, utility room,dishwasher.Midway In Lake
Murphy, 9642256. Itpd 6/8 : licensed Insured, references, Keystone/Melrose. 475-2427. 1Ichg 6/8 Butler person. at .._-. .
2nd
Apparel 650 S.E.
Company
100x1 00 LOT PLUS MOBILE HOME: 15x25 total care, carpets, tile, everything.. HOMES FOR SALE St. 6/8 2lchg. 6/15 SUNDECKS BUILT 10x12'
Residential and commercial. 782 3089.
$399. sheds wheelchair
Utility ,
front room addition, back deck with LAKI BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY ramps
4tchg 6/8-29 GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO 2 BR/2 BA. screened Call 496-3521 after
after LAND FOR SALE porches. ,
Call 964-5449
outside WANTS YOU Are dedicated
utility room. a
-
all you person
IN MY HOMEs
WILL BABYSIT
ages $53,900 Already financed or discount 5 p.m. 9/18 9tpd. 6/15
6 p.m. 2tpd 6/1.8 of Have 17 old with experience In the sewing fieldor
mo.
plenty experience. for cash. 473-3722. Itpd 6/8 JETS
110 HONDA THREE WHEELER blue, 1984, child. 964-6341. 4tchg 6829BILL'S MH LOTS Clay County. Some on paved are you Interested In learning? We FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK
$400 or best offer. 964.8933 after 4 AUTO TRUCK REPAIR completehome road. Close In KH. $500 dawn, $78 train. We offer: paid holidays, paid CLEARANCE SALE. May 29-June 25. 50
6/1-8 FOR SALE month. 4734375. 6tchg 5/18-6/22 vacation, credit union, ,
p.m. 2tchg service. Reasonable rates at profit shoring percent off all clothing (selected exceptions .
MELROSE AREA By 2 attendance
owners. acres Incentive, medical and life
964-9609 noted
convenience. anytime.Itpd In store) Jewelry,
your
cubic feet wooded, lake Reduced for
18
REFRIGERATOR ,
AMANA access. Insurance. Apply In person Lake Butler
68CHILD shoes, etc. 265 N.W. 7th Ave.-Lake
NOTICE CARE will watch and care for Harvest Gold. $125. 473-7989. Itchg quick sole. 473-7483, 4734739eveweekends. Apparel Company, 650 S.E. 2nd Street. Butler. Hours: Tues.aYThurs. 10 a,m. to
.
your child or Infant In my home. HRS 6/8 ONE ACRE HIGH 3tchg. wooded 6/1-13 lots. (No 6/8 2tehg. 615RECEPTIONISTINSURANCE 3 p.m, Frl.-noon to 7 p.m., Sot. 9amto .
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted reglstered.964.3521. 2tpd 6/8.15 mobile homes). $7500. Owner financed. experienced 3 p.m. 6/1 4tchg. 6/22.
to the Bradford County ALL AROUND CLEAN-UP SERVICE haul- HELP WANTEDBARBER Cash discount. person for busy lake Butler Medical
473-3722. 6/8
office In and paid In Ing, yard work, etc. 964.9609 anytime. Itpd
writing
Telegraph LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks, 14900. Office. Send resume to: P.O. Box 1268
advance unless credit Is already Itpd 6/8 Part time or full time.Call Mar. Gainesville, FL 32602. Itchg 6/8 FOR SALE
$500 down. $181 month. Phone
., eitqbllshed with this office. CHILD CARE In my home. Mature, tin's Barber. 475-1465. Itchg 6/8 .. .
STA..CANlilbT'. BEM -.s 1 reliable, dependable. Desirable loca 9 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 475 5675. 4tpd '
,THI TELEGRAPH MATURE INDIVIDUAL to babysit a 6/8-29 :1' CUBIC FOOT CHEST
\ lDJtESPQNIBLI FOR MISTAKES IN "''* tion. 9648522.: Itchg 6/8 reasonable t ., year old girl at our lake. Geneva horn*. "\td) ACRCS'i'o'mlles': ;; from'l eystone. Ask* "' MOBILE HOMES- "'. 'N.W:4fh'Av/f'Tkhg.6eClassfed FREEZERJ130.60,
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD iftASEEN OVER TREI"8'-IAWN'SERVICED 4733296. Itchg 6/8
irg $23,000, owner financing. 264-5713 FOR SALE'USED
THI TELEPHONE. rates. 21 yrs. experience. Free HAIR DRESSERS NEEDED Full time at
Classified.deadline Is TUESDAY NOON, estimates. 964-9609 anytime. Itpd 6/8 Hair Designs by Joyce II at the new or 2644217. 2tchg 6/8-15

prior to Thursday publication. Keystone Village Square. Experienced DOUBLIWIDES Three -to choose.
Classified display deadline 'Is TUESDAY, wanted. 272.0452. 3tchg 6/8-23 from In stock. We finance, 5 percent Ads
5:00 P.M. Special Classified display REAL ESTATE down. Call 755-5114. Circle B Mobile

placement is NOT Guaranteed. OUT OF AREA Homes Lake City. Flo.5/18 7tchg. 6/29 Get Results
Minimum charg. for classified ads isiS CHILDREN Energy efficient 2V7O. 4 !

words for $3.50, then 15 cents for FOREST Woodedlots 1 2 ACRE APARTMENTS bedrrom, 3/4" plywood floors,
each word thereafter. $1 billing charge OCALA NATIONAL masonlte siding, shingle roof. $245 per
will be added to each CHARGED river access $5450 Each.Owner No TRACTS 1'-- E.Brownlee St. month. Call 755-5115 Circle B Mobile NOW HIRING,
down, $65.41 monthly.
classified ad. money 1/7TF BlandingRd. Home.,lake City, Fla. 5/18 7tcha. 6/29
1-236-4579 or 16222438. CHEAP 1989 14' wide, wood siding 2 $520 MONTH

FOR SALE ,FL 32091 bedroom, 1 bath, appliances Included. TO START
$6 995. delivered to your lot. Call

,. . '. Baufess HfahwauIncludes 964-7133 755-511.., Circle B Mobile Homes. lake Evenings S-10 p.m. New local
BR.AnFOB.D"PROPBRTIES &"INVBS'1'MEN'l"S. INC. City, Fl. 5/18 7tchg. 6/29 appliance company has several
: Seotic 2 &3 BR with PAYMENT If position*open for full and part-time
family oriented NO DOWN you own your
:
Suianac Kitchens;:-Broker. .:::;., ; 964..763'03':; .:Tank laundry largo playground.Free own land, It won't cost a penny credit to check buy a food help.l working We offer conditions excellent starting and a chance pay.
home. Free
beautiful
electricity first month. new lor career opportunities.( Must be high
2 BR/I BA Home 10 Town. by phone. Call 755-3115. Circle B school graduate have car and neat
(
COMMERCIAL lit 4 ll-II. J4Il Kant 30%of monthly Fl. Sill :
$350/Month. Lease or I ;your Mobile Homes, Lake City '. appearance. No experience necessary.
RESIDENTIAL income if you qualify. 7tchg. 6/29 Will Train. For Interview, call

RENTAL PROPERTIES Lease/Purchase S .-.' Ifyou.earn $3.36perhr., 40 .Wednesday.. Thursday 6 and Friday130099e40'O0OOe

Beautiful Modem Office "'n. meek, have dependents, or p.m.064-2979

Commercial Building near FacUlty In Town. Great for r JIB your rent would b.about$112. .

bank 1100 sq ft. $450/Mo. Doctor Attorney. CPA or i' a month or$3.73 per day for '

.Lots potential for a any Professional StumpGrinding days left in month,for move-in

variety of businesses. $750/Mo.,'LeasePurchaseBRADFORD i after lat.Qualified. .
Single Accepted.

... ., t J Specializing in. $10.00. RENT

AIR-CONDITIONING .
Low Income

& ELECTRICAL Stump.Removal e... SIC S Housing

_____ Rents for 30%
24 Berries Hr. Service Calls = aa ..- *..,. 10% Discount 964-9300 Equal of,If You Your Income, 3 Mobile Homes and

Qualify
for. Homing
7 D&7- Wield J-I hi ; i Senior Citizen One House in. Raiford

: 1 1M eCALL
$2 995 ;J ,

'.Jh"-1.-J"",, APPOINTMENT FOR CAREER OPPORTUNITIESMajor .Call Debbie


964-5166 "wfcServtce An Uaton 81 Models Retail Furniture, Appliance., Electronics- ,

'964-3171 Window and Central Units Chain Opening Soon! ..

Benefit IncludeExcellent NOW....Taking Application '431-1941:
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o Income .e Sale Personnel

o Insurance Program, e Credit Manager
o Promotion and Advancement e Warehouse Manager

e Good Working Condition e Bookkeeper -- .. '0 0_ "
o Employe Purchase Program a Delivery and Set-Up Crews

Opportunity to Relocate e TetemarkMer
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FARMERS FURNITURE E-Z'WHEELS AUTO SALES

823 9646O95PINE ,
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964O182U1a4 '
.' APPLIANCES' ELECTRONICS Easy Deals With E-Z Wheels

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FOREST 609 N. Orange Street. Starke TOMMY BRAY (9CM)964-1783

\ .-. 964-8092 1320 N. Temple Avenue
APARTMENTSNow EEOC Employer 'p Manager Starke. FL 32091

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Accepting<<; Applications for' ,

2&3 BR Apartments E.r ;'on, Moot! Pr.o.d.uct.s; I.'nt' LAKE BUTLER 'RPflHTlTlEnTS
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FOR Starting At : : NOW toldng applcoHOf ton-M-4. bfrdrodm Lrtts.Theteollectrtc '

*1 5/Mo. ..eqypress'Mulch Bark unitt or*spockx nrlh) lots of chmet apace aid all lea,,.
[ ] waB-to-wal carpet dropei.and kitchen appliances.Orvrte (laundry

facilities. Rental oatatonce avolabte for quaaned_opptconf. ',1

RENTjEquipped 'S' -
Kitchen For application Wwmotlon/ .
.e.1*oft @r.P4IOIe
I .- Cable Ready1EQUAL, 1 'Y lt Pick_?: Uft or We Deliver i; COS SWottt Street
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1030 W.8Uifc0. ) (! '- 8tseet t<; 'Los: Bufist.8137064'R.33064" I ttw .....

.664-6312 151 ,HOUSING We'Also Have Red:Heart' Cypress Lumber,v CTCOI4964M1'JuneS.lIS8 .". aw-, ...' I
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refrlg. Call !
HOUSE FOR
ANIMALS & PETS HELP WANTEDNEED HELP WANTEDRN only. 9649612.

FOR SALE EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME IPN. NA and WCt mall specialty THREE weekly or
JOB Sell Avon. For Information' call hospital seeks energetic and experienced CH8A, 1 3/4
FREE KITTENS to good horn. Russian Ramona, 7023068. 6/8.15 for fulltimeparttimeaylor .
blue, mixed Battleship gray. 911 W RN POSITIONS: 2 full-time positions 8 PRN poiltloni. Apply STATE no pets. to
Pratt St. 9644288. 3tchg 6/1.15 available. Med/Surg experience Ramadan Hand Institute, lake Butler work?
REGISTERED BRAHMAS: cowl and built, preferred.' Paid time off program. Apply Hospital P.O. Box 748 Lake Butler, or your homes
all ages, prices vary. Days 1-752-S161: to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery call 4962323. 6/ITF FURNISHED The flying fish, when pursued by
or eves 1.752-0679. 4tchg 6/8-29 Center, SR 100 A 121. lake Butler. CLOTH CUTTER-EXPERIENCED! work paid. From $ .
above the
enemies, can soar water
496.2323.3/16TF shirt and pants U A 12 dozen high. HOTEL Walnut
BOATS COOK NEEDED: experienced energetic. Starting salary $6.50 per hour. Piecework CLEAN from two to 15 seconds and cover
Buddy's LakeFront Restaurant. to $10 per hour. Benefit program extras, distances of' 45 to 200 yards.
4682080. 511TFSALESPERSON after 90 days. Apply In person, MAX-E 496-2366 SR 121
16 FT. TRI-HULL BOAT 50 hp Evlnrude NEEDED: send resume to CORP., Hwy 20-A. 4814361. 3tchg
with depth 'finder and new batlery. P.O. Drawer 228. Lawtey. Fl. 32058. 61.22SEWING .
964.4718 alter 5 p.m. 3tchg 6/8-22 5/25TF MACHINE OPERATORS experienced -
14' FIBERGLASS BOAT. 1988; 15hp EASY WORK excellent pay. Assemble or will train Starting salary No Down Payment
Johnson motor 1988; 609 Collins Place products at home. Call for Information. S3.50-$4 per hr. Benefit program after
Slorke. 9646065. It 6/8 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 4tpd 5/25.6/15 90 days. Piece work. Earn to $6 per Hendl-House
ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for hour. Apply In person MAX-E Corp. e C&C M1n -Storae
LAND FOR SALE Bradford Telegraph. Apply 135 W. Call Hwy 20-A 481-4361. 3tchg 6/8.22
St., Starke, 32091. 2/26TF CHRISTIAN LADY WANTED to live In and Garages 964-8848
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA care for elderly lady In Penney Farms. Greenhouses .
100 ACRES six room house and barn. Openings available In several areas, 529.9006 or 5299370. Itpd 6/8 HUGHES
Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. will train. For info call ((312)) 7428620ext. MIG WELDERS Crosley Mfg. The EAGLES NEST Storage Bldgs.,
Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF 362. 2tpd 6/1-8 manufacturer of utility trailers Is accepting erected shell.. 3 '
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: In city no HELP NEEDED for lawn service.9644238. applications for MIG welders. or eves 301 S Across, ,
mobile homes. Zoned for modular 2lchg 6/1.8 Must be able to pass a visual weld test From
homes. 5000. Call 964-5764 from 8.5 WILL BE TAKING APPLICATIONS dally and possess ability to learn fabrica RALPH BRYAN
tion. Salary Is commensurate with BEST BUY 3/1 KOA?
p.m.; after 5 and weekends call from 2.5 p.m. for various positions In
ability. Contact Chuck Belcher town 26000. in
9645251. 3l6TFrwRALPH food Must be' 18 of Wai mart
service.
yrs. age
964.8331 or come by our office, located WORTH THE
experience helpful' but not necessary 3'/i miles south of Starke, on US 301. Rd. 230.
BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 Apply in person only. No phone calls. EOE. Itchg 68RECEPTIONISTINSURANCE with to
LANDI LOTS OF LAND In every direction In room
Trail Motel S Restaurant lawtey. '
: experienced plete satellite
from Starke. From l,000/acre with EZ 61.8COSMETOLOGIST
2lchg person for busy lake Butler Medical 3/2 MOBILE
terms.SPRING Jessie's Hair Clinic
: office. Send resume to: P.O. Box 1268. enclosed patio,
ba Closein.
SALE 3BR 2 on 4 acres between FobrlKing and Winn-Dlxle
Gainesville, FL 32602. Itchg 6/8 town.
Reduced to 29500.
964-2323. 6/8
2tchg CORRECTIONAL OFFICER I It salary RALPH BRYAN
95% FINANCING available for packagedeal for small retirement
LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT
$16,100 annually (after training). i
on land mobile home, well sep home. Non-drinker, older or
FOR SALE BY
Minimum qualifications: must meet requirements
tic and pole, let up and ready to move retired couple. Call 468-2619 Su-EI's of Fla. Statute 943 including house In
Inl I Retirement Home. 6/8TF but not limited to HS diplomaor 18500. .
RALPH BRYAN REALTY.964-6878 FEMALE LIVE-IN HELP for elderly lady. GED citizen of the U.S. have attain THREE
Call 964-6149. 4tchg 6/8.29 ed age 19 and pass a physical ex frame, 16x16 .
DENTAL ASSISTANT F/C Salary Range: amination. Must also successfully complete with storage, Train To Be A
5133582804. Minimum qualifications a urine blood test males between mobile home on .
CARS, TRUCKS, VANSATTENTIONGOVERNMENT : completion of a training programto 19 A 26 must present proof of. collect, i.'lR'I\YEt (AG )If'Jr, I
become a dental assistant: or a high 5/25TF : 1.tJ utD '
registration with Selective Service. Interested ty. .;
SEIZED school diploma. This Is work assisting a FOUR BEDROOM,
should contact R. r-AUUtNE, '
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes, dentist in a correctional setting. (NEW Nate Holton persons, Personnel Manager New drive, carport :
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers CLINIC UNDER CONSTRUCTION). Interested River Correctional Institution, P.O. Box backyard. Call ,$ERV. t N'.. 1i_ .-j

Guide. 1.602-838-8885, ext A 3493. persons should contact: R. 333. Raiford, FL 32083 or call ((904)) 2tchg 6/1-8 Start locally, full time/part .
3tpd 6/8.22 Nate Holton Personnel Manager, New 964.4000 EOE/MF. Itchg 6/8 THREE BEDROOM Train on live all line computers.Some .
1974 DELTA 88 OLDS: 4 door. $350. Call River Corr.ctlonolln.tltutlon. P.O. Box EXPERIENCED SET-UP 6 DELIVERY mobile home. Many etudT and.esldet.t training.
9647235. 21chg 6/1.8 333. Raiford' Fl 320830333. or call home man, must have chauffeur's CA, ceiling NeLL h 1983 CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4: excellent ((904)) 964.4000 EOE--M/F. Itchg 6/8 license. Experienced only need applyat waNpaper Financial Aid Available :
shape $3500. 4733264. 4tchg 6/1.22 HOME WORK SPARE TIME Paint lovely Doubtewide Home Center of Lawtey.No backyard.
1985 NISSAN SENTRA WAGON: $2500 or miniature toys, earn $20 set. No experience phone calls. 5/25TF Call 9644526. Job Placement Assistance
best offer. 9642483. 4tpd 6/8.29 necessary. Amazing recorded RENTAL HOUSE A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
1984 CHEVY 305 ENGINE: short block. message reveals details. Call anytime FOR RENT both full
1.900.456.4567 Ext. 5338 (only $1 home CHSA, /
CI.
$250. Call before' 3 p.m.. 964.5532.3tpd
minute) 2tpd 68.15COMPUTERSECRETARIAL SELL-REDUCED

1969 6/8.22 DODGE DART: good transportation. HELP MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, 4733627. 6/8TF (Accredited Member NNSCJ
WANTED must be able to 50 cable 1/12TF
6/8 : type sewer TV. 964-7498. COUNTRY LIVING
85$150.9642372.OLDS TORONADO Itchg: kept luxury CWPM and have good skills Including FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city BR, wood heater .
car, excellent cond.garage AC PS PB, tilt spelling and grammar. $6 per hour. water, sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. and sun deck. $ to.
Send resume to P.O. Drawer A, Starke 9647498. 1/12TF 485-1189. 6tchg
PW cruise, AM/FM/stereo cassette,
32091. IFCONSTRUCTION HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent.
auto headlight, PD lock, P. trunk lock, TO $14 HR: Hiring all Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF nfmy R. Williams
choice air, 4 wheel disk brake, auto
phases now. Inside and outside. Full TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
load leveler, 307 V8, AT overdrive,
both recliner seats. $7500. time. Need 8 trainees. 3555500. J S H 964-8614 or 9645768. 4tchg 5125.6/15 11a Types Roof Repair I
power World. $95 refundable. 2tpd 6/1-8 2 BR, 2 BA TRAILER: 'furnished nice
1-475.1760.Itpd 6/8 WAREHOUSE DRIVERS: full time port- shady tree In yard. $245 month plus No Job too big or too small:
excellent
85 CUTLASS SUPREME OLDS:
time. S61250hr. Training available. deposit. 9646714. One child max
condition, assume payments. Callanytime. 355.5500. J S H World. $95 refundable. imum. 2tchg 6/1-8 iH Guaranteed 10 Years
289-9647 Maxville. 4tchg .
2tpd 618FEDERAL SMALL APARTMENT In Lowtey $180 I
6/8.29 STATE AND CIVIL SERVICE month. 7823949. Itchg 6/8 -- Call 782-3266,778-7259
JOBS: Now hiring, your area. $13,550to IS ACRE HAYFIELD will rent for small ,
59480. Immediate openings. Call percentage of hay harvest. Clifford you tend to ,
_1.315.733.6062, ext. F3014. 5tpd 6/1-29 Martin, 9647145. 2tchg 6/1.8 put a hook
SIX ROOMS BATH apt. stove and keep a small

Bradford :.rope ti :n Y; desire.refrigerator.Ground Could floor.be$225 furnished month.if you$75 the as soon entrance.as you Chicken"f: HIRING. Maintenance: .."I

mt' sec. dep. No pets. 964-2796. 2tchg
Investments Inc :;y. : 6/1-8
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HOUSE FOR RENT For sole or rent,
".' jJtjI&'r.:1W'" Starting Salary
{ $250/month. Owner financing. R. V.
(964-7631 ) Suz :u1e'Kitchens'> l B1r1,7 "= 9644889. Itpd 6/8 Applications to
,} <,,<'$< .;h'...,&..$ty',<<<",, v NEW LISTINGS nOlet., $50 week security. 9646232. Florida 32091

HOME IN LAWTEY In towns acre lot, -
This home has It all! Great location beautiful acreage and a $250. Strout Realty, 964-8931. Itchg 6/8 .
super price! 3 bedroom. I 1/2 bath brick on over 2 1/2 acres TWO BEDROOM mobile home. AC.
of Improved pasture. Seller has reluctantly agreed to part private lot on Griffis Loop. Excellent r
with this home for$49.0001 condition no pets. 4682374. Itpd 6/8
SOUTHERN VILLAS Is now accepting applications
OFFICEFURNITURE
A truly beautiful manufactured home located In Clay County. In for 1 S 2 BR apartments. 1001 r D

market absolutely value the 45900.best possible condition with pool. Priced below or Southern 9644214.Villa 2tchg Drive 6/8-15, Starke. 964.7295 :


One of Starke's better homes In a fine areathis landscapedbrick

ranch has in-ground pool family room and plenty of

storage space Offered below replacement value. Call for price. TYPES
HELP WANTED: 500

$37.70O Neat cozy home 3/1 In town extra nice. II SIZES
$39.900 Reduced frame home on 2 1/4 acres. Licensed 30 In Stock

$42.0OO Sweetheart home In town. fresh paint, hardwood
floors garage. 3/1. Must sect! CosmetologistTues. Visit AS'
$6O.OOO 20 Acres and fixer-upper frame home. Tftf Your I OFFER
.
$64.OOO (New) Brick home 3/2. nice area near hospital school. Sat. FROM 699
( $73.0OO A newer Starke home on 1.42 acres. 3/2.extra
beautiful kitchen plenty of storage, and workshop. One Evening Per Week
11 W.Call St.
$79OOO New home on one shady acre. 2 1/2 baths garage Call Glenda 8C4 N.
Brooklyn Lake area. 964-5764
$97,000 Stunning brick home. 2700 S.C., double wooded lot. 964-4145 Eve &

fireplace. family room garage. Crystal Lake area. .

COMMERCIAL ft INVESTMENT PROPERTY

$93,5OO( Modern office complex, over 1600..r.. equipped with '

kitchen:hub of Starke. 1 I 1 '
$60,000 Industrial property and warehouse In Starke..all city I

facilities, large pole barn storage bins. )

$45.OOO Almost new office over 900 s.f. near shopping. JUNE
$64.500 Reduced for quick sale or lease/purchase: Industrial STARKE

building 1500 s.1.overhead doors. R TRANSMISSION; : 18th
$185.000 Santa Fe lake home for those select few who really /r

want their dollar Investment to grow fast) COMPLETE s "


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I ObituariesSidney



E. Bogue L. 'Doug Raley Louis II. ShawMr. before moving to Lake Butler five Nan Walker Jeffcoat of Lake Butler; Burial was in the Mt.Olive
Sidney E. Bogue,82,of Park of the years ago. She was a nurse's aide three sisters, Helen Pasquerella of Cemetery in Suwannee
Palms In Keystone Luther Douglas "Doug" Raley, of Louis H. Shaw and a member of the First County near
Heights, died Starke died 67, of Park of Baptist Wellborn,Carolyn Wayt of Lake City Live Oak.
June 1 in Alachua General Hospital his home, Tuesday afternoon at the Palms, died June 6 in the Church in Gainesville. and Mary Scroggins of Jackson
following a brief Illness. following an extended il emergency room of Bradford Survivors include her husband, ville; and four grandchildren.
Born Nov. 16, 1906 in Lyme,Conn. lness. Hospital following a sudden attackat Mose G. Ranew; one daughter, Funeral services were held Mon
Mr. Bogue moved to Keystone In, Born in Andalusia,Ala.,Mr.Raley his home. Anita Jean Gocek of Mexico; two day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral See Pap 12BWe've
Oct, 1988 from Whiting,N.J. He moved to Starke at an early age Born July 25, 1921 in Marrison- brothers, Oscar F. Fowler of Archer _Home with Rev. Robert Register of-
a retired herdsman in the dairy was industry where he was employed by Enron ville, N.J., Mr. Shaw moved to and J.C. Culpepper of Cherokee, .
and was a member of Park of Gas Process Company in Brooker Keystone in 1982 from Glenside, Pa. N.C.; one sister, Ruby Gross of
the Palms Church. after retiring 1987 with 25 years of He was a member of Park of the Gainesville; and one grandson.
Survivors include his wife service.He was a veteran of the U.S. Palms Church, a retired fruit Graveside services were held
Myrtle
L. Bogue; one daughter, Nancy Navy and the former owner of the farmer and landscaper for the Ab- June 2 In Dekle Cemetery in Lake
Aune of Aurora, Colo.. Raley Grocery Store in Theressa Ington Pa., school district. Butler with Rev. Paul Henderson of
; one
Brian B. Bogue of Milibrook N.Y.son, from 1974-78. He was a member of Survivors Include his wife, letitia ficiating. Archer Funeral Home of
and three grandchildren. ; the Hope Baptist Church and the M. Shaw of Keystone Hts.; one Lake Butler was in charge of ar
Funeral services were held June Bradford Lodge F&AM in Starke, brother, William Shaw of Riverton, rangements.
in Park of the Palms Chapel with 5 was a 32nd Degree Mason and a N.J.; and one sister, Clara Black of
Mr.Ernest Woodhouse Mr.James Jacksonville.member of the Morocco Temple in Swedesboro, N.J. Winston S. WalkerMr.
Gilbert conducting the services. Private funeral services will be
was in Keystone Hts.Interment Survivors include his wife, Eilee held Thursday, June 8 in DeWitt C. Winston S. Walker,65,of Lake movell.
Cemetery under the direction of Raley; one son, Michael, of Jones Chapel in Keystone Hts., with Butler, died Thursday at Lake
Jones Funeral Home.In Theressa; one daughter, Mrs. Mr. Ernest Woodhouse officiating. Butler Hospital following an extended
lieu of flowers, donations Shelley Raley Reddish, also of Interment will be in Keystone Hts. illness.
be made to Park of the Palms may Theressa; one brother, Clement Cemetery under the direction of Born in Suwannee County, Mr.
Inc.
706 Palms Circle, Keystone Hts, Fl, Raley of Chelsea, Mass.; two Innes, Funeral Home. Walker had lived in Lake Butler To a new convenient location at
32656. sisters, Mrs. Muriel Raley Bennettof Mrs. Ola Mae RanewMrs. since 1961. He was a retired correctional
Keystone Hts., and Mrs. Patricia officer with the Division of STARKE KOA KAMPGROUNDGreyhound
Alfred Box Raley Pardee of Graham; his Ola Mae Ranew, 60, of Lake Corrections and a member of the
mother-in-law, Mrs. Ida Frey of Butler, died May 30 at her home Baptist faith.Survivors is on the move-to a new
Alfred Box, 75, of Lake City, died Theressa; and two grandchildren. after an apparent heart attack. include his wife, Merle
May 31 at the LakeShore Hospital in Funeral services will be held at 11 Mrs. Ranew was born and lived Shelfer Walker; two daughters convenient location-so now when you go
Lake City following an extended il a.m. Friday morning in Hope Baptist !most of her life in Gainesville, Martha Walker Riley of Sanford and Greyhound, it's even easier.

lness.Mr. Box was a native and lifelong Lawtey Church Baptist with Church Rev. officiating.McNeil of Call today for complete fare and sched-

resident of Columbia County and Burial will be in Hope Cemetery HOME MORTGAGE RATES ARE ule information.
was employed with the Dept. of under direction of Archie Tanner
Transportation for 15 years until his Funeral Home of Starke. COMING DOWNI! Call for Quotes.... Starke KOA
KampgroundHwy
In
retirement in 1971. He also owned lieu of flowers, donations may
and operated a farm in Columbia be made to North Central Hospice, Purchase. Refinance or Construction; 301 South Starke

County Lantern, Park and was Baptist a member Church.of the P.O. Box 15235,Gainesville,Fl 32604. Conventional FHA or VA; Fixed Rate or Adjustable (904) 964-8787

Survivors include his wife, Natalie Mr. William Perry Gainesville Mortgage Co., Inc. .. "
Christie Box; two sons, J.E. and 4U
A.C. Box, both of Lake Butler; five Funeral services for Mr. William HAROLD K. DAVIS Ph. 964-3739
daughters, Lovurn Rivers of Perry will be held at 11 a.m. Satur
Jacksonville, Josephine Addison of day June 10, at the St. James AME Licensed Mortgage P.O. Box 568, Starke. FL GO GREYHOUNDAnd
Lake Butler,Alief Bryant of Glen St. Church in Lake Butler, with Rev. Broker LJ Located Longchamp Bldgaywu ..
Maty., Delores Brannen and Durelle E.H. Robertson officiating. _l.... us 301 South leave the driving to us.

Bailey, both of Lake City; one "'.""'- I w-,on.. .,',''_'p.N'_. ,U,,_....,.._. I Ir.
brother,John F. Box,of Hawthorne; I IFN-a .
three sisters, Marie Norris of White Bradford I
Springs, Delma Vining of Lake City
and Elizabeth Norris of Live Oak; Chiropractic Center ; OWN
YOUR OWN HOME
seventeen greatgrandchildren.Funeral grandchildren. and sixteen Starke Office I

services were June 3 in 218 S. Walnut St.

Funeral the Chapel Home of with Sherrill-Guerry Rev. Alton Next to the Chamber of Commerce For Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

Dobbs officiating, assisted by Rev.
Herbert Box. Interment was in 9644957PAIN
Memorial Cemetery of Lake City. No :. .
a a .: iw I Low
Aaron Griffis DownPayment } r. Closing

Aaron Griffis, 50, of Lake Butler CONTROL Cost
died Thursday night at North Fla. .
Regional Medical Center after an Headaches ..
apparent heart attack. He was a .Neck&Ann .,. se .'(i L. ; 4 t After ptn
Mid Back
lifelong resident
of Union County INJURIES
and was the owner of the Horseshoe .Low Back& Leg Work Related OFFICE: .i; 473-3028
Lounge in Lake 964-6633
Butler. or
Survivors include one son, Bruce rte Sport Personal* or 473-1039
A. Griffis of Glen St. Mary; his
parents, Hubert and Ruby Griffis of Auto Accidents 964-7282 ,.
Raiford; two brothers, Carl Griffisof DR. W. DAVID SIKES -l Jt .
Raiford and Ellis Griffis of
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
I Starke; four sisters, Mary Della CHIROPRACTIC 3 DR. 1 1/z Bath
PHYSICIANS
Brown of Starke, Nella Thomas of
Lake City, Doris Godwin and BettyI i r THE TEAM APPROACH GRIFFIS, CONSTRUCTION CO.
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AnntPreveauxrbotrrof LSkeXJlyand' -*'" > if f "
I ; Highway> 801 South Stnrke- .
,I twti'grandsons, Chad'and CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
Jeremy Griffis of Glen St. Mary. 24 HOURS A DAY- 7 DAYS A WEEK OPEN: Mon.-Frl. 8 am.Ill 5 p.m. Saturday-8 a.m. tl Noon
Funeral services were held Saturday
at the Pine Grove Methodist 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Church in Raiford with Rev. D.L. Offico Hours Mon -Frf 8'30( .6'00 p m. Sat' By Appointment r ..
Griffis. officiating. Burial! was. in the
i-nurcn cemetery unaer me direction
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake

Butler I "BigCut"SNAPPER.j VrSA


Jean Paul LagaceMr.

.Jean Paul Serge Lagace,41hOf
Starke, died Friday, June 2
home following a brief illness. 0
Born and raised in Montreal,
Canada, Mr. Lagace moved to Ft.
Lauderdale in 1959, where he owned ,
and operated a tire business until he .. .
Ourside
moved to Starke in October, 1988. He discharge
served in the U.S.Army in VietNam, oJ

Church and attended of Starke.St. Edwards Catholic lawn tractor cuts upto

Survivors include his parents, Mr.
& Mrs. Raymond of Starke; 4'wide in one pass.
two.sisters, Mrs. Micelle Parker of I SQOT cHr s ).
Lauderdale.Starke and Mrs.Diane Watson of Ft. }'

Funeral services were held June 3
at the Chapel of Archie Tanner 1 I

Gagon Funeral officiating.Home with Father Creamation Philip w I o pI--

followed, with Archie Tanner .;
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of .
arrangements.R. .
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L. Lee Jr.R. r ?i
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lTlao a II IIF
L. Lee,Jr.,of Starke,died May GAS
31 at Alachua General Hospital FISH
following an extended illness. t" EMERSON QUIET KOOL
Born and raised in Bradford County COOKERS
,Mr.Lee was retired from DuPont ,",-- ; Pan Frying Boiling THE NAME THAT SAYS IT ALL
Chemical Co. He was Baptist. Steaming Grilling Stir 'Enwnon'i OuM KooTt lUgOMl.r.UM.Nglitit ...............,emni
Survivors include his wife, Ruth i: condition* orlw many udkg a..ard.niI ,,
Frying Deep Frying pfc
Lee three James Carlton _'
; sons, MOOEL tecMUr4v.8 d-.i.s m:.17.800 sTUA1r..1 S
"Corky" and Richard A. "Tony" $ cJEEni ZSp..d F Easy-C1..,Suds aswW.CY abr
Lee all 01 Starke; one step-daughter, PRICED 5 8 .Mount nun.a.,vNnd.w w.Do-lt-YoUM taunt k.t p.dan V
Barbara Parrish of Fayetteville FROM 11b s-ww.1,a..orr. Aauoua.to oo.... n..nc
N.C.; one brother, Herman Lee ofstark. ty o
e; three sisters, Loraine I ,
Sanders, Dorothy Lizenbee and ; 11111 1 1i nNLY
Doris Stewart, all of Starke; eleven '
grandchildren and five great- i J'O'v' L'' ar.o :
grandchildren. dS'

Funeral services were held June 3 Don't l let the bucket seat forward speeds in

Funeral at the Chapel Home with of Rev.Archie Gene Tanner Bass and tilt steering fool you.., both high and low j.

officiating. Burial 'was in Crosby this tractor is a workhorse range. Snapper lawn tractor -
Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner Its 16 hp I/C engine delivers decks have a floating
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
the power you need for suspension to reduce

arrangements. really big jobs.Snapper's scalping. Snap-Credit

Lovell BrackettLovell famous disc drive As Low As makes it easy to join -\,

Lee Bracker. former and 2-speed the millions of satis- t
Speedvtlle resident died recently In ential give differ12'6 fied Snapper users.tit's .
Denver, Colo. of complications o
following pneumonia. He was 83

years Born of In age.Mobile,Ala.,Mr.Brackett a snap with a Snapper; 1"1'>< 1,1, broilinalBM
spent much of his adult life In Pom-
pano Beach. A retired sawmill ARKLA :,-
he was employed for < years operator by, the OJay Hotel mane, MANNING LAWNMOWER HOWARDS AUTO PARTS Such..*.....aS Mini' *.*MM)lwn 245 square Inch cooking area; bylMdlngeofMunwrmgulnM..Rcoognlnd H on*of tl*
landmark In the Pompano B. Main Street burner*Dn.bl..xts- .. CMlng.A4u woikf.Ikmt .
Historical Old Hwy 100 90 dual burners;has tank gm Exc/udv&y: Wiring
Florida Lake Butler FloridaDOC'S ibl ponelalred l cooking Included. 1 Bott-A-Onili t,.t oooM from behind... '
u orTinclude'nte'wUre. Wlney Keystone Heights, artdf.Bull-In.wnp.r*>ur.Indhalw -

Flora Brackett of pompano Beach;' NOW"' NOW .s 400LO
SAW SHOP
1994k
POWER
STARKE EQUIPMENT 129
a daughter.Lilac B" "*i9fB12SStt ONLY ONLY NOW OFF
Junction; one IOn Dr. 438 S. Walnut Street Patton StreetWorthlngton
and one _brother. Dr. Palmer Starke, Florida Spgs, FL

Brackett, both of Berea, Ohio. i us 3.0r s, .: S1.A'R 141.00'" 7./OJZ: arO: sv"at)*. WE ,tl\IU ,B 1'LER' 1it : oj. 'mo:. '



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I News Briefs r U.S. Census Workers

Positions Available

From Page SB Anyone Interested in working part
ding to Patrolman Gordon Smith. was released after a $213,25 surety time for the U. S. Census Bureau
'f less than 20 grams of cannabis,ac- Bond was set at$500,he was released bond was posted. should meet at Room 108, Santa Fe
t" to on his own recognizance. Community College Andrews
cording Deputy King. Johnsonwas
:.,,.If., arrested at the boat ramp where Timothy Keith Bennett 23, of Center, Friday, June 16, at 1 p.m.
1.' several men were found drinking. Steven Franklin Alvarez, 29, was Baker County was arrested May 30 Applicants will be given a two hour
r"; Johnson was released after a $1,500 arrested May 30 for violation of pro- for DWLS, according to Patrolman test to determine whether or not
H surety bond was posted. bation for resismg arrest with Smith. He was released after a they qualify for an Enumerator's
:," violence, according to Deputy $215.25 surety bond was posted. Position which pays $6 per hour
Carlos Albert Nieves, 32, was ar- Harvey Rhoden. Bond was set at Please. register by telephone at
; rested May 27 for carrying a con $1,000. Diane Hardy Cockerham, 41, was 964 5382 if you plan to attend the
: arrested May 28 for driving under Influence -
cealed firearm,aggravated assault, meeting.
/ ; ,according to Deputy Barry
according to Sgt. Gerald Hayes.
blood alcohol
.Bond was set at $5,000 he was Traffic King.ockerham's
released on his own recognizance.James Thurman Blaine King, Jr., 27, of content released was after.34 a$500 percent.cash bond She was was
Moss,30,was arrested May St. Petersburg was arrested June 3 posted. FLORIDA TWIN
25 for criminal mischief, according for driving while license suspended
to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. (DWLS), according to Captain Thomas Mitchell Edwards, 37, THEATREStarke
Bond was set at$500,he was released William Tillotson. He was released was arrested May 29 for DUI,
on his own recognizance. after a$215.25 cash bond was posted. DWLS, according to Lt. Winston 964-5451
Barber. Bond was set at$1,750, it is
Laverne Chandler, 30, was ar- Darlan Preston Peques, 20, was Edwards' fourth DUI offense. He
rested May 22 for retail theft, arrested May 30 for DWLS, according was released on his own 2.50 SPECIAL 11
resisting a retail merchant, accor to Patrolman Gordon Smith.He recognizance.
Sat. &Sun.5:00: Showing
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Starts Fri.,June 9
FOR A TRULY GREAT SANDWICH, TRY '
OPEN EVERY NIGHT

SEE NO EVIL

OGANISEROS HEAR NO EVIL

RICHARD PRYOR

GENE WILDER [E
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AND SALADS dint i eastwood

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-- bernadette petersInrlillnr'PliU'

1371 South Walnut Street
Deerfoot Village Shopping Center
Starke '

", Coldest Burger King presents
Beer in Starke!
"}r.;' FREE Children.' Movie
Combination Heros Deli Favorites Wed..July 14

Yp Fresh Baked Breads Fresh Salads SHORT'CRCUZ

iIr Desserts Regular Hero Sandwiches 2 mShowtime.
IftOO 1:30
Get Tour free eStarkehe Burger
Choose from our varied menu for Klnj In
delicious sandwiches, salads and NFL
beverages. We Have Ice Cold Beer 301 DRIVE-IN

and Wine Starke 964-7484
Frl. Sat. &Sun
1yN Pool Tournaments on Thurs. &Saturday
Nights at 8 p.m. nmll

Sign of the Times... Pholo s,....de) iow.k We Also Have Darts&Foosball CHEVY
CHASE lives
Gordon Wall left and Jimmy Kinlaw work on Installing the new sign
for Terwillegar Motors located at State Road 100 and South Court Street. in
The sign at 41 feet high may be the tallest in Stafke Wall said.Kendrickand CALL, AHEAD FOR FAST TAKE-OUT SERVICE IPGI
Wall work for Quality Sign Co. of Jacksonville and have installed Admission:
other signs for Starke businesses Including Texaco Wendy's and Pep-O. OPEN: Adulfs..................... 99$
L 964-9174 Monday Saturday 11 a.m.12 p.m. Children.................... SOC
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